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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1965
Dodson to Head
Cancer Committee Tax Assessor PatrSu Sys
WalterC. _Dodson, has been MHA
named chairman of the 1965 Me
County Unit off the -ne rican Ca
cer Society The announcCment
% asan dn oe o b u e C e c i l i t. C r e F o ii, 1 9 6 5 t h e n e a r fu S
pes ident riutionit. From the Courts 0
shownao vewthte T l ansseee Chridas T t te are: A l C h ey, m dan Binc e rsgo,0 In t e a Pting tlh- aime oer, ts thioug h outr Flia fori
t raodscn that ..n.. td k ei' '
f d nant u t.l th, 1i. o its .t i t
Poard Vt ae's SharebrAoun st eirStng hel .f h fitt6 of nex t week.cks made p e tS tn tati baie ad tc a s bf
asno J ~-f' t e edt o 'n1 a .'ls t tp -tt h county in r t di w h e
Si e sen ot lti to the Flo r l eutned fo r ttue c i'cun ant th Jet
JeertShkiga a re mt winihg a pfet recrd. Ft rigda perisions dic ned St- tTaxi Asesnoed fli Juhato ahm- de -e,
RE TPThe Po rI 22 te lmte St C bristma 2 Tor 8aru A l C J y Ge, st ar SteeI Tnames m SitI aint oer counties is cingt
Drthe amer. the Saks m dn w h the tour2a- comber Ran dED avie dsa (phto)s corded ond tse Society s Memrial local sati he is not the
Scohrrcduefrmke Binydo e sted.. auarte hea wold2 t-UheJ,. wu-. ..' "';i i f "iea i c t t c di
Mariat H al-57tsr-n Aroyalnc ieo lWith13'Poit,1tisratonin ana o3 pas f a ',,enta Tax Assessor, Same Ae..;..-'eaon Pa oCk ..
Scoahrianas ni__ an tuc thr-1 ud thef, is t, en to te amay Schoos are %iea,, tlhn Vw s n 1n mill ,
o i wthraNXWESAhC ttnt tiloceasin t am it aion tehtat mlls being tak b-
rel atie oroasi friend tiothmoral m, vofte Ta Assesors throu
Apala churp itoblae FallseVict SharkslhtoO S hyovrti e Anttlack Frnd iuedn sim M.Dodeson thouneartstodirquet.o
.bCagcridte copgigto send contribluhhsutiottns to the Stoeohtofwin o for t,
oRECEIVE TROPHYe S-The Port St. Joe t Sharks are ment with a perfect record. From left to rnt ames of persons who died.State- s e t l N r
secontield goame ofth seas e last 3e 0 Meladows 8h 1o $r Ceideckas tme paryealme to thes aterick s ti tesactsiosing
sho w nwiabovehwithstherTa llah assm y Gdhistmgsoi, as-e h e a mefm r s hY ns i i guhr u nioh u h uiu igoi a( p ho"';
adBles ahnte3Terig 1283. me 2ith 2Ba '6CrtGto,00 Aan4 Cacersoemyetescourt ringreen dhayout wereid-
nament first place trophy which they urdaying Randy toMb thn, Bob Craig, Jake Belin, David Ma3hn400 d ee .
December. The Sharks went through the tourna- comber and David Young. Photo)ferecorded on the Society's Memorial""especiallytNo hrthernuFlorida.c
1s nation in the natmer of a deceasFeed position as that being taken by
heartbreakingao o pione a gi gn. 2 rigml 1T02 HSehrksShooting2 o Attack Fund iaDivieosioAern eor mostoof the Tax Asssssors e tharough- amm\
T e u d s f c v l l9 cint 4 6 ut m pa e Tm .o out th e state- that of e w waiting for
Pra West on t o Ps ea n m r Nichols 1. 0 nig 2A H S .JStatethConptdThSe con but e gif icthe courts to direct. u
Por Sth g oe, ths 2 on 5 So Toen 1 Dah Fr02etltroespaeri RayafE.iGr aChecks made dinayable to the Patrick said atthat the actions bygn
second game of the season last!Belbn 3y0q6aMeadows 8 1r17
Scori y watnit t and n a ona 124832 zemore 22 ot e r American Cancer Society may be the courts inmrecent days were di-
4ara-11sent directly'""11 1511
out th ge w rho me or to the Flor rected to specific counties and y Sthatco lsaeim -tdti yo0 ml
gtbreaing soredpin thearecnd NEXT1WeEKSGM T CFrom pRoleracteaunt ida Division, American Cancer ofS wthe -TanAssextora sfbeinghavaile-
pThe Bulldogs effectively limited Fathay n1h0 2 andolph 4S 1,9 e i-l':j.
R a n d y W e s t o n t o o n l y s e v e n p o i n ts M 'c 'm b e r h 4c210o s4 t Q cT atd o r h s m h l t r nh o r i...ur ,.ec v saea r s t hisn q ue s t i o w c o m
Nichols he0 2 TAL AH SS000 Soore fo m The contributed gift is then re-uFlorida is in the near future. -
for the game, thus making the mar- Goodman 1n 0 2o troller Ray E. Green said thisucorded and placed in a permanent Patrick said he is not planning Hn is s
tse ofvitory22 s. J e Bun g Rd Rweek checks for $19,000 are be- file. any such revaluation of Gulf Coun-nt- a L
wThe aB58-5mgiastippd the ohorunticesbscahtoler ingbmailedtteachfcthel67lcun An appropriate,adignified card, tYmproperties until the courts di"
a1 he oau 149 1311w13i-51 ties from the state race track tax without'mention of the amount of rect. m h
o e nthe eameu with thftlargeAt mar -Othe gift, is then sent to the familyI Schools are limitedto 10 mills
period when the Bulldogs gained Friday night, the Sharks willwrepresenti an increase
afourpointbulgenes r a iteoSharksrtelayahostHtoSuincc. On Saturday over the same month last year, and The donor, in turn, v beceiveseravic
honors for the Sharks, sinking their only other defeat in the sea- first six months of the current wurks that a contribution has been.SIGNS PROCLAMATION-Mayor Frank Hannon is shown above
eight field goals and six free son when they play host to hefiscal period over the same period made and the onepla deatn e la ee e
tosses for 22 points. Jake Belin Rutherford Rams. last year. id In Gulf County and in most Port St. Joe. Looking on is Jaycee publicity chairman, J. B. Wil-
and Bill Versiga each netted 13 i 6"The Januar.19'nDneJwithnBayior Chamb f C, a
W soint 2 7 .Postman. 64s.b6eR. rew...t ponAged 83nt A wRe tW E AS thUfornmoreimoneytJhanbcountye obud-f Co merc
Cersiga 8ni62reedohse 2ba ig held Stheak ni death Feen n needs are a little over twice what WHEREAS, the civic bodies and service organizations of our
Cateby 1u022refer 2 4Is T eBy De-th week of January 17-23, 1965 to observe the founding of the Junior
.Port St. Joe J13:14R16a14---57 Royal Leon Brewton, age 83,pass-a Chamber of Commerce and to commemorate such founding by the
Marianna ..... 14 18 15 11--11 ....... ~ iit.ur 11 ,away at his home in Highland View selection of an outstanding young man in this community as the
The Sharks continued their win-
ning streak Tuesday night by de-
feating Apalachicola 89-51 in Apa-
lachicola. The Sharks jumped off
to a quick lead and increased it
during the remainder of the game.
Bill Versiga was the big gun
Jfor the Sharks, sinking 32 points
for the night. Randy Weston buck-
eted 23 points with Bob Craig and
David Macomber each picking up
Versiga also lead the Sharks in
rebounds with 23.
The Sharks had a 17 point mar-
gin at halftime.
The Shark JV's also picked up
a vwin defeating Apalachicola 56-
ea away mon ayAig c, yuaJ y JL,
in a Panama City hospital after a
Funeral services were held Wed-
nesday afternoon, January 13 at
the Gospel Assembly Church in
Panama City with Rev. A. G. Mc-
Keithen officiating. Interment was
in the Evergreen Memorial Gar-
dens Cemetery with Comforter
Funeral Home in charge of ar-
Mr. Brewton is survived by one
son, Harry Brewton of Oak Grove,
and one brother, Mack Brewton,
Mobile, Alabama and two grand-:
Active pallbearers included A.;
D. Jernigan, J. L. Jernigan, M. C.,
Woods, Robert E. Martin, Jack Bry-
ant and Leo G. Birgenheir.
An Award of Merit was presented to Bill Rasmussen recently
in Fort Lauderdale for safe operation of the Port St. Joe water
treatment plant. In Fort Lauderdale, Rasmussen also. attended a
school on operation of water treatment plants. Rasmussen is shown
above with recipients of the safety award in Florida. He is second
from .left in .the first row.
at 1:45 P. M., Monday, January 11.
Mr. Rentz had been a resident
of Port St. Joe for 23 years and
was formerly employed by St. Joe
Funeral services will be held to-
day at 2 o'clock at the Assembly
of God Church in Highland View
conducted by Rev. W. G. Mizell
and interment will be in Holly Hill
Cemetery with Comforter Funeral
Home in charge of arrangements.
He is survived by three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Laura Lee Cannon, Pavo,
Georgia; Mrs. Larene Seawright
and Mrs. Odel C. Smith, Highland
View; two brothers, Leonard Rentz,
Adel, Georgia; Troy Rentz, Mi-
ami, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. Nora
Franklin, Tampa, and Mrs. Media
(Continued On Page 12)
recipient of the Distinguished Service Award, and
WHEREAS, this organization of young men has contributed
materially to the betterment of this community throughout the
THEREFOR, I, Frank Hannon, Mayor of the City of Port St.
Joe, do hereby proclaim the week of January 17-23, 1965 as JAY-
CEE WEEK and urge all citizens of our community to give full
consideration to the future services of the Junior Chamber of
Nominations for Outstanding Young Man 'End Tuesday
Nominations for the annual
Jaycee Outstanding Young Man
award will cease on Tuesday of
next week, acocrding to Jaycee
President, Joe Parrott and pub-
licity director, J. B. Williams.
Entry blanks for nominating
a person for this honor are avail-
able. at the Florida Bank, Citi-
zens Federal, City Hall, Buz-
zett's Drug Store, Smith's Phar-
macy and Campbell's Drug Store.
All nominations must be mail-
ed in no later than Tuesday,
Williams Lists Accomplishments of City During
The following report was given
by City Auditor and Clerk J. M.
Williams before a meeting of the
Port St. Joe Retail Merchant's Di-
vision last Friday at the Division's
regular meeting. The report out-
lined the progress and condition of
the City as a result of last year's
Below is a reproduction of the
report which should make interest-
ing reading for every citizen of
The City of Port St. Joe's first
.annual fiscal year Audit Report as
rendered by Haskins & Sells, Audi-
tors of Jacksonville, for the fiscal
year ended September 30, 1964
shows the City's financial picture
as one of the finest the City has
For the first time the Cit was
not criticized for its method of
handling bond funds and best of
all the City has the necessary Bond
Reserves in Cash in Savings Ac-
counts earning monies to pay the
interest due Bond Holders.
In order to better understand
how the City was able to accom-
plish this excellent audit report,
we must go to the Budget which
is adopted by the City Commission.
Since this is the first full year on
the Fiscal Year Basis, there are no
comparative figures' with prior
The Budget for the fiscal year
1963-1964 was set at $247,000.00
for the General Fund and $111,-
500.00 for the Water and Sewer
Fund. The millage was assessed
at 13.2 mills which was .5 mills
less than the year previous.
According to the Audit Report
our actual revenue figure for the
General Fund was $260,000 against
a budgeted figure of $247,000. This
may seem to you as a large amount
to be off in estimating; however,
the majority of this difference is
in only 3 of 18 different classifica-
tions of income. Our cigarette taxes
were underestimated $4,000; Road
and Bridge funds $3,000, and In-
terest on Savings Accounts $2,775.
Interest en monies are never an-
ticipated revenues and therefore is
not included in any budget figures
for the City.
The expenditures from the
General Fund was actually 222,-
000 against a budget of 247,000.
The major-savings here was the
fact that each budget should con-
tain at least 5% for unexpected
contingencies, in this case $11,-
000. were fortunate that these
monies were not needed.
Of these expenditures the City
retired $19,500 in bonds and in-
debtedness plus $5,402 interest
thereon; purchased $23,000 of new
equipment, Some of these pur-
chases included: 2 new 2-ton dump
trucks, new air conditioning and
heating system for the City Hall;
new chain-link fence around the
Little League baseball park, light-
ed the colored baseball park; put
restrooms at all the ball parks,
added new lights to the softball
field, new Christmas recorations
downtown, new curtain for the Cen-
tennial Building and many other
necessary smaller items.
Of course, salaries and wages
comprise a large percent of the to-
tal expended. For this, ou receive
good garbage and trash service, the
streets are kept in good condition.
Incidentally, this past year there
were 15 streets paved in the City
by the State through recommenda-
t.on of your City Commission. The
City employees maintain three pub-
lic buildings, a city warehouse,
three city parks of over 40 acres;
are in the process of further de-
veloping Forest Park; maintain
three Little League baseball fields,
two baseball fields and one softball
field; ditch cleaning and many
other necessary jobs.
The City accomplished much
in the past year and still ended
up with a Surplus and this was
reflected in a tax cut of 1 mill
for the fiscal year 1964-1965.
The Water and Sewer Fund had
actual receipts of $112,000 includ-
ing a contribution of $22,000 from
the General Fund leaving a net
other source revenue of $90,000
against a budget of $86,000.
Expenditures of the water and
sewer fund amounted to $106,000.
Of this amount $17,000 represents
bonds retired and $7,270 interest
The major improvements of this
fund was the installation of two
750 g.p.m. raw water pumps at the
water treatment plant which made
the City independent of the St. Joe
Paper Co. for pumping raw water.
Also new ,automatic power panels
were installed at the 1st and 1*th
sewage lift stations.
The City has retained the serv-
ices of Smith & Gillespie, Engi-
neers, to conduct a survey of the
needs of the water and sewer sys-
tems of the City as to its present
and future needs.
As of now the City of Port St.
Joe has a total outstanding indebt-
ednes of only $423,000. I say only
because most cities our size are
crying for funds. The City has prop-
er reserves for these amounts.
As to some of the current items
may I say that we traded the police
car for a new one and found that
the actual cash cost to the City
for the use of this car was less than
$1,100 for two full years of oper-
The City has on its way a new
16 cubic yard garbage load packer
with containers which will speed
up our garbage collection system
and give much better and faster
The City Commission has au-
thorized the purchase of the neces-
sary forms for a complete re-regis-
tration of all City electors. Also
the City Commission had a new
Building Code introduced at its
last regular meeting. This, too, will
be of great benefit to the citizens
of Port St. Joe.
Space does not permit to tell
you everything that the City has
done or participated in but we
hope that we have given you a
broad picture of the workings of
the City. We believe that the City
Commission should be commend-
ed for providing its citizens with
such a good audit report.
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No Social Security Tax Forms Being Revenue Service
GardeIn Florida DelveredbP 0 Processing Sys
Tax Increase for 65 ardening In da Deliver urged all taxpayer
Income tax forms for filing 1964 preaddressed for
"There has been no increase in By Hervey Sharpe, Editor, Agricul- fairly uniform in size, about to1964 ceive by mail and
the Social Security tax rate for em- tural Etension Service inch in diameter. income tax returns are now being the preaddressed
employed for 1965," John V. Carey Plants, like babies, grow best on For planting stock, use only the distributed by the post office and payers who seek
employed for of Social Security a liquid diet. So, why not become best varieties of plants produced should be in the hands of all Flor- tax practitioners
in Panama City, stated today. The an aquatic gardener? in disease-free soil, sand or vermi- ida taxpayers shortly, according to preadressed retu:
rate continues at 3 5/8 percent of Plants can be grown with their culite. Before planting in gravel, Laurie W. Tomlinson, District Di- tioner to insure
an individual's annual earnings up roots suspended in water. However;rinse off the soil or other materials rector of Internal Revenue, are properly pos
to $4,800 for employer and em- gravel is the most popular medium, that cling to the roots when the Tomlinson also announced two letic tape record
ployee alike, and 5.4 percent on Some chemical farmers use sand, plants are dug. new features which will be of in-' Tomlinson als
net earnings up to that amount for cinders, sawdust or well-rotted In setting plants in gravel, spread terest to taxpayers residing in In-
the self-employed, he said. plant material, out the roots natural-like and gent- ternal Revenue's Southeast Region,
Carey explained that he was Hydroponics allow a gardener ly .sprinkle on the gravel. Don't of which Florida is. a part. The
stressing this point at this time with only a pint-size lot to raise crush the roots with a rash dash first change, Tomlinson said, pro-
because in some sections of the table food in addition to front yard of rocks. videos that taxpayers who expect
country questions were being ask- ornamentals. It will give you a It's necessary to furnish support refunds may mail their returns di-
er at Social Security offices about chance to become a real agricul- for most plants, for example toma- Service Center at Chamblee, Ga.
"the new tax rate for 1965," with tural scientist. toes and cucumbers. Remember, Special envelopes are included in
the inquirers asserting that they Liquid farming is a boon to pro- you'll get rather large yields, so the return package and may be used
had read about a change in rate during top quality peas, peppers,
in certain business publications. cucumbers, strawberries and egg- make the supports quite sturdy. for this direct mailing, Tomlinson
"The source of these questions plants plus a host of other foods. For additional information on fuadded. The direto the Chmailing eeferve-
has been traced to several private- Hydroponic tomatoes are usually hydroponics, contact your county ice Center, where actual process-
ly produced leaflets outlining a the pride of the neighborhood. agricultural agent. ing is performed, is expected to get
number of proposed amendments To get the project started, con- s- refunds in the hands of taxpayer
to the Social Security law which struct a beginner's hydroponic unit. U f at tlts several days sooner.
were considered by Congress in Essentially the unit is a water-tight Use s For the first time, a preaddress-
1964 but were not passed. The leaf- box filled with washed gravel and a | Y I ed "piggy back" label will be fas-
lets were sent out in sample' lots mounted on knee-high legs. Attach S VeS LIVeS Ye Ma tened to tax returns as an aid in
to prospective bulk purchasers a 5-gallon can to one end of the
while the legislation was still un- trough-like box by means of a flex- As you know, a part of the re-
'der consideration. ible hose. A discarded filler hose sponsibility of Florida's State E a iA |
"The failure of the legislation from the washing machine will Board of Health is helping prevent EUcIlonal Hel
to pass the Congress should have serve the purpose. accidents; and so Dr. George A. -For DAV I V r
ended all interest in these publi- Next, tie a length of sash cord to McCoy, director of the board's Ac- f ildren
cations, and in most cases it did. the bail of the can and pass it cident Prevention Program, has
Howecer, at several widely-scatter- through a pully attached above the asked me to relay this to you, says St. Petersburg-M. T. Dixon, of (r
ed locations these leaflets, which unit. With this rig you can feed a Walter W. Anderson, News Direc- the Florida Department of Veter- a
mentioned a proposed Social Secur- nutrient solution by raising the tor. ans Affairs, stated that there is an
ity tax increase for 1965, were un- can with a pull on the cord. "If you find it consistent with educational, assistance of $110.00
derstood to mean that the proposed The connecting hose serves as a your reporting policy, and if the per month to children of veterans
changes had been made. food supply line when the can, will- information is available, you may who are permanently and totally
The Social Security office for ed with nutrient solution, is in the -when reporting auto accidents- disabled from a service connected a
this area is located at 1135 Har- hosited position, and it serves as a be able to help save the life of a disability, or who die while so dis-
rison Avenue, Panama City, Flor- drain hose when the can is lowered fellow citizen, abled.
ida, telephone 763-4331. to the ground. "The National Safety Council es- This provision of the law also
How often to give the plants a timates that use of seat belts saves authorizes etending the period of
drink of nutrients depends on sixe 5,000 lives a year and reduces in- time during which a handicapped
of plants and temperature. On cool juries 33 per cent. Assuredly, use child may receive special restor-
days one sip would be adequate, of belts saves more lives and pre- active training when such an exten-
but on hot or windy days the plants vents more injuries than if no belt sion is necessary to accomplish the
may wilt if not flooded at least were used. The council says there purpose of the training.
three times from sunup to sunset, have been instances where belts Dixon urges all veterans so dis-
Mixing the plant nutrients and may have seemed to contribute to abled, or widows whose husbands
keeping the elements in proper bal- death or injury, but this is exceed- were so disabled at the time of
\ ance is important in hydroponics. ingly rare because death or injury their husband's death, and who
Unless you are experienced with would have resulted in most cases have children, to contact their lo.
WHY IS THE EW~ chemicals, don't try to formulate regardless. cal Veteran County Service Officer. ,
your own nutrients. It's much "There is a place on each acci- or write to him at P. 0. Box '1437,
W INEGARD easier to purchase ready mixed in- dent form filled out by officers re-I St. Petersburg, for further infor-
COLORTROK THE_ gredients for the solution at a gar- garding seat belts. If you can find nation on this educational assist-
MOST POW RFUL den supply store. it possible to include iin each ac-i dance program.
TV ANTENNA I For best growth it is a good idea count of an accident merely wheth- ______a______
CA to keep the plant food solution, er a belt was used; or in case of
I fairly acid-betu een pH 5.5 and injury or death whether there was SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
6.5. An acid solution tends to make a belt in the car but was not used,
the elements more available to the; or whether the car contained no
plant roots. k belt, it may Jhelp impress on your 7 ,
Usually the problem is keeping readers the' importance of belts 7 0
the solution more acid (lower pH). and the value of using them." Ye,
If necessary, use sulfuric acid. All ---- -.-'- .
THE SECRET IS 1 that is needed is a few items from CLASSIFIED ADS!
T W BUILT-IN Junior's chemistry set. These in- Midget Investments That Yield
d EL rTRO ICE clude a dropper bottle of .04 per Giant Returns!
cent brom cresol green, a porcelain
AMPLIFIER THAT test plate and a chart which showh
MAGNIPIESnTV the color of the solution at differ- /
SIGNALS 500o ent pH's.
1OR MORE* If you use cinders or gravel in
the unit as a growing medium
The new Winegard Colortron they may contain a wide variety
delivers crisp, clear reception of minerals, and other minor ele-
to your TV ... even on weak ments may not be necessary. Also,
channels. It gives you more if you use commercial fertilizers in
distance, more channels. So 'place of pure chemicals in making
powerful you can have TV the solutions, the impurities may
antenna plug-in outlets in be adequate to supply the minor
every room. Priced from bs
Commercial fertilizers may con-
SEE OR CALL tain insoluble materials. Possibly
one-fourth of the fertilizer may not
SURPLUS SALES OF dissolve. Do not use any fertilizer
containing more than 1- percent
ST. JOE fluorine.
Phone 229-3611 In preparing the bed for plant-
201 Monument Ave. ing, be sure to wash the gravel or
cinders. The medium should be
Your druggist's certificate as
a Registered pharm 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 e e d s expertly and
For Your Convenience
We Feature These
Famous Lines of
Ambush, 20 Carats, Taboo.
Includes bath powder, per-
fume and cologne.
DANA for men
Canoe, a man's after shave,
after bath cologne. Made,
bottled, sealed in France.
Toiletries for Men
By Mem Company,
2 Registered Pharmacists On Duty
Phone 227-5111 Drive-In Window At Rear
unts in Internal. THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1965
s Automatic Data
tem. Tomlinson taxpayers compute their income As a result, Tomlinson said some
rs to preserve the tax liability as early as possible to taxpayers who previously received
ms which they re- determine whether they have a re- refunds may find that they have a
to file returns on fund coming to them or will owe balance of tax due because of insuf-
forms. Those tax- additional tax. The Director said ficint withholding. Although dead-
k assistance from that the Revenue Act of 1964 line for filing 1965 income tax re-
should take their p turns is April 15, 1965, an early
rns to the practi- vided for a cut in tax rates extend- computation will enable taxpayers
that the accounts ing over a two-year period. The to determine whether they have a
ted to the mag- withholding rates, however, were refund coming or will have to pay
s. lowered last April and gave effect additional tax with the filing of
o suggested that to the entire reduction in one year. the return.
"Your Home Town Newspaper
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We've been adopted! From now on we're a part solve their money problems has taught Seaboard
of the wonderful Seaboard family with more than how to do this better than any other finance com-
800 offices from coast to coast. pany. In fact, almost everyone will agree, "-the
The reason for getting together with Seaboard is difference with Seaboard's the service!"
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service-ever. Thirty-five years of helping people don't worry see Seaboard that's us, too!
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A lifesaver when you need cash
Loans to $600
301 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe Phone 277-5241
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Surf ...---1-lb., 4 oz. 26c
Breeze ..-----15 oz. 33c
Detergent 2-lb., 6 oz.
Silver Dust -------------- 83c
Detergent 1-lb., 6 oz.
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Baby Food-......6 jars 65c
Shampoo -.... 6 oz. $1.00
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Prices in this ad are good through
Sunday, January 17
Local Hairdressers and Cosmotologists
To Participate in National Beauty Week
Helene's Beauty Salon and the
entire staff, members of the Pan-
15th ANNUAL ama City affiliate No. 6 of National
NATIONAL Hairdressers and Cosmetologists,
are preparing to join in the par-
ticipation of the 15th annual Beau-
S WEEK ty Salon Week. This year it will
be from February 14 through
EB.14-20Saturday, Feb. 20, 1965.
N. B. S. W. is a national observ-
ance joined by 70,000 cosmetolo-
*. 4 A gists in the United States. Children
and shut-ins will receive these
services free of charge.
When N. B. S. W. is concluded
all the members of the affiliate
sincerely hope that they have
helped the chosen adults and chil-
dren who have not or would not
have had a similar opportunity
without the aid of members of the
National Hairdressers & Cosmetol-
The reward is great a big
sparkle in the eyes of the patron
who now has found a way of how
to look more beautiful.
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PORT ST. JOE GARDEN CLUB
TO MEET JANUARY 14TH
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will meet Thursday, January 14, at
the home of Mrs. W. 0. Nichols at
601 Sixteenth St. Co-hostess will
be Mrs. W. M. Chafin.
All members or interested per-
sons are urged to attend.
The meeting wil Ibegin at 2
The U. S. Jacees will honor
America's Ten Outstanding Young
Men of 1964 in award ceremonies *
at Santa Monica, California, Janu-
ary 15-16, 1965.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
S ,p. Save Only Plaid'Stamps
.. Get Fine Gifts Fastet
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1965
Peanut Butter Crunchies
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Seems peanut butter cookies are everyone's favorites, and here's
an especially easy one to fill your cookie jar. Peanut Butter Crunch-
ies are two ways speedy to prepare.
First of all, enriched self-rising flour with. leavening and salt al-
ready blended in saves sifting and measuring steps. Next, this peanut
butter cookie dough is refrigerated! You can make the dough at
your convenience, then store in the refrigerator to slice and bake
Your youngsters will especially enjoy Peanut Butter Crunchies
as a snack with milk and fresh fruit. You'll be happy to serve them.
such wholesome snacks, too. Peanut Butter Crunchies, when pre-
pared from enriched self-rising flour, contribute the B-vitamins
thiamine, niacin and riboflavin plug the minerals iron Pad calcium.
PEANUT BUTTER CRUNCHIES
About 54 cookies
2 cups sifted enriched, self-,
1/4 teaspoon baking stdfa
/4 cup crunchy peanut butter
Y/ cup sugar
!/2 cup firmly packed brown
,/2 cup butter or margarine,
!/3 cup' hot water
Onto square of wax pa jr sift together flour and baking soda. In
medium-sized mixing bowl combine peanut butter, sugars, butter or
margarine and-water until well blended and creamy. Stir flour into
peanut butter -mixture, blending well. Shape into two rolls, 2-inches
in diameter. Wrap in wax.paper; chill until firm. Set out ungreased
baking sheets. Preheat oven to 4000. Unwrap cookie rolls and cut
into 'A-inch slices; place on baking sheet. Bake 8 to 10 minutes, or
until lightly browned.
*If you don't sift and in the absence of other directions, spoon flour
directly from c on t a i ne r into a one-cup dry 'measure, level off,
then remove two level tablespoonfuls, according to USDA
GULF CO. LADIES LEAGUE I Pate's high bowler was Mary
St. Joe Furniture -won three Alice Lyons with a 355 series, Deb-
games from Nedley's Florist on bie Tankersley 347, Linda Rich-
lanes 1 and 2 last week. Cutchie ardson 326 and Mary Parker 281.
Brown bowled high for St. Joe Fur- Welcome to the team, Linda.
niture with a fine 511 series. She Rich's took three games from
had games of 163-190-158. Evelyn West Florida Gas on lanes 7 and 8
Smith had 499 with games of 153- with Marie Boone as high bowler
168-178. Myra Hodge bowled high for Rich's with a 389 series, Gloria
for Nedley's with 403. Jo Beamon Morgan 387, Jonnia Sykes 316 and
had 389 with-a game of 156. Char- Patsy Stores 289.
lotte Nedley rolled a 164 game. Alice Machen was high for West
Glidden won three games from Florida Gas with a 440 series, Aline
Faye's Drive-In on lanes 3 and 4. Abrams 375,, Janet. King 356 and
Julia Morris was high bowler for Allie McDonald 306.
Glidden with 441. She had games See you all next week.
of 139-142-161 and that was with Standings W. L.
an average of 112. Real good, E. L. Amison's -------40 20
Julia. Evelyn Murdock rolled 440. Jitney Jungle-- _-----38 22
It's good to have you with us again Whitfield Strikers --35 25
this year, Evelyn. Bennie Hunter Rich's Super Mkt. 29 2 30
bowled high for Faye's with 419 West Florida Gas 281/2 31/2
and a high game of 175. Zela Senators 28 31
Adams had 415. Pate's 231 35
Comforter's won four games from Beaman's 15 441/2
Florida National Bank on lanes 5 -
and 6. Elise Rogers was high for -
Comforter's with 482. She had
games of 156-158-168. Sue Moore / -
rolled 445 with a high game of
175. Maxine Jensen was back on
the lanes after several weeks' ab-
sence. Good luck with your left
hand, Maxine. Norma Hobbs was -
high for the Bank with 393.. Con- A Service oi Your Doctor ol Medicine.
Your Local Medical Society and the
D.ie Kirkland had 361. ,Florida Medical Association.
13 Mile won three games from SYMPTOMS
St. Joe Laundry on lanes 7 and 8. MEAN MUCH
'Billie Padgett rolled 437 for 13 A symptom is a clue to the
.Mile and Donna Ward had 415.1 explanation or elucidation of a
Brenda Perry had 414 for the physical or mental disorder.
:Laundry and Punk Daughtry had Symptoms aid the doctor in
making a diagnosis of an un-
-406. derlying problem. They are of
'Tetm standings W. L. two kinds: Subjective and ob-
St. Joe Furniture -- 51 17 jecisve.
A subjective symptom is one
Comforter's _----------47 21 perceptible to the patient only,
St. Joe Laundry --- 33 35 such as pain. Objective symp-
13 Mile 29 39 toms are those obvious to an
Florida Bank ---------28 39 observer, such as a cough,
Florida Bank 28 swelling, or color of skin.
.Nedley's 28 40 The physician, in order to
Faye's 28 40 find out what ails the patient,
Glidden 27 40 must know about the symp-
tos He thu inouirq b hit
LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE
Lanes 1 and 2 saw Amison's take
three games from Jitney Jungle
with Lois Smith high for Amison's
with a 476 series. Bennie Hunter
(sub) with a 359, Verna Burch, 335,
and Christine Lightfoot, 353.
Evelyn Smith was high for Jit-
ney Jungle with a 450 series. Lois
Faulk 404, Jean Stebel 390 and
Janet Marshall 307.
Beaman's took three games from
Whitfield Strikers on lanes 3 and
4 with Audry Tanner high for Bea-
man's with a 416 series. Loyce Bea-
man 383, Eleanor Williams 355 and
Irene Beaman 285.
Ruby Lucas was high for The
Strikers with a 435 series, Mary
Harrison 404, Jerry Freeman 403
,and Eula Dickey 392. Welcome
On lanes 5 and 6 The Senators
took three games from Pate's with
d- .ary Brown high for The Senators
with a 459 series, Vivian Hardy
394, Betty Whitehurst 363 and Mil-
dred 'Kennington 352.
the history of the ailment and
the previous health of the
patient. 'ihe patient describes
his symptoms as best he can.
When an ailing person at-
tempts to interpret his symp-
toms, he sometimes becomes
confused. A stomach ache may
have seriously alarmed him,
even though'the doctor's diag-
-nosis later discloses that no
serious illness is involved. On
the other 'hand, a symptom
presented'by the patient as un-
important may turn out to be
serious, as in the beginning of
cancer or heart disease.
Symptoms may appear in
one part of the body while the
real trouble is some place
else, as pain under the right
shoulder blade might possibly
be due to gallbladder disease.
This is known as "referred
Symptoms as related by the
patient are important, and to
the physician they mean much
in approaching a diagnosis.
The 45th annual convention of
the United States Junior Chamber
of Comerce will be in Buffalo, New
York, next June.
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t r the end of the year. "special prayer time" for the sick. Craig reported that the School
Presbyterian Circles i Mrs. S. R. Brown read the min- The next women's meeting will arion Craig Is Board and the Superintendent's
lutes of the last meeting and at- be their general meeting at the office are taking concrete steps to-
Hold Bible Study tended roll call and offering. A church on Monday, Feb. 1, at 4 Rotary Club Guest ward heading off the threatened
e e e S o t I I loss of accreditation put before the
The Circle Bible Study of the discussion of old and new business o'clock. Superintendent of Public Instruc- Port St. Joe High School just two
Presbyterian omen of the Church followed.up welcomed a visitor The devotional always ends the tion Marion Craig, trying his new weeks ago. Craig reminded the Ro-
Presbyterian Women of the Church The group welcomed a visitor, meeting and the closing thought is tarians that this threat was first
was held at the home of Mrs. H. Mrs. Ruth Hodges, from Marianna and unaccustomed title last Thurs- ians that this threat was first
A. Campbell on Monday, January Fla. Mrs. Hodges is theaunt of from H. G. Bosh, "Turn care into day, spoke to the Rotary Club at public sympathy has not been solid
11, at 4 o'clock. Mrs. J. R. Smith and the group prayer and God will turn midnight its regular meeting enough behind doing something to
The meeting was called to order was delighted to have her present. intomusic.
The meeting was called to order The Bible study was entitled, Mrs. W. K. Settlemire dismissed Craig spoke for a short period correct the situation. He offered
and Mrs. Maxie Smith led the "The Church's Message-the New with prayer. on his conception of some of the the opinion that current construc-
group in the opening prayer. Man in Christ." The theme of the ---- problems that face the Gulf Coun- tion being planned should allevi-
Special emphasis for January is study: "Therefore if anyone is in WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL ty school system during the next ate any threat of a loss of accredi-
"Christian Action." Mrs. R. M. Christ, he is a new creation; theP.T.A. TO SERVE SUPPERS few years. Craig said that he and station.
old has passed away, behold, the the School Board are making a de- Guests of the Club were Dr. Rich-
Spillers, chairman of the commit- new has come." The scripture for The Washington High School P. tailed study of the problems at ard Morley and Herb Goode of
tee, gave a report on the monthly the study was Ephesions 2:1-10. T. A. will serve spaghetti suppers hand and hope to come up with Panama City, Jack Peebles of Jack-
project of the group. She also gave Mrs. L. S. Bissett and Mrs. S. L. Friday, January 15, in the school satisfactory solutions before the sonville, L. C. Hanley of Picayune,
a report on the birthday offerings Brown gave the scripture reading. lunch room. Serving time will be- problems appreciably affect the Miss., and Bud Barnette of Port St.
for the past three months. The of- There were many sick from the gin at 6 P. M. and will continue quality of education offered by Joe.
ferings are put in a bank to be group and community. Mrs. L. S. until they sell out. Plates are $1 Gulf County schools.
turned over to the building fund at Bissett led the women in their for adults and 50c for children, i In a question and answer period, SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
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Yellow Hot Large Avacado
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JAN. 13, 8:00 to 12:30 P.M. SHOP RICH'S WEDNESDAY and
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1965 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Palmer Circle Will Meet
Mrs. Wayne Hendrix
Lota Palmer Circle meets Tues-
day, January 19, 9:30 a. m. with
Mrs. Ruth Hendrix, 505 Sixteenth
Opening Times Street.
Eleanor Howell Circle meets
Sat. 12:-15 p.-1 Tuesday, January 19, 9:30 a. m.,
Sun. .'-.......__ 2:45 p.m. with Mrs.. Jessie Core, 808 Gar-
Mon.-Fri ----------- 4:45 p.m. rison Ave.
Martha Jane Baggett Circle
,.....-- .. meets January 19, 4 p. m., with
Mrs. Audrey McLawhon, 1200 Mon-
Thursday ument Ave.
Dorothy Clark Circle will meet
T Tuesday, January 19, at 7:30 p. m.
BRYNNER JANICE RULE at the home of Miss Alma Baggett.
CO, m Edna Horton Circle meets Mon-
O LRE ir day, January 18, 9:30 a. m. with
eIa=LE Mrs. H. F. Hall, St. Joe Beach.
-- DOUBLE FEATURE --
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
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Mrs. Money Hosts
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Pen-
tacostal Holiness Church, on Gar-
rison Ave., met in the home of
Mrs. Maxine Money for their regu-
lar monthly meeting.
Mrs. Bernie Gosnell, president,
called the meeting to order with
all singing the Auxiliary song,
"Working and Serving. Mrs. Willie
Mae Lollie led in prayer. Mrs.
Money used I Thesalonians, chap-
ter 5, verses 12-24, using "New
Year's Resolutions" as her pro-
Several different works were
planned by the ladies in the near
future. One thing was planned for
this Sunday, a welcoming dinner
for the Rev. New Russ and family,
newly elected pastor of the church.
All ladies are to prepare to take
lunch to the church Sunday and
all eat together.
Services at the church .will be
special Sunday with Holy Com-
The Ladies Auxiliary extends a
welcome to every one who will
come and enjoy this day of fellow-
ship at the Pentacostal Holiness
The next Auxiliary meeting will
be in the home of Mrs. Marie
The national president of the
United States Junior Chamber of
Commerce lives in the $75,000
"Jaycee White House" in Tulsa, Ok-
lahoma, during his year's term of
Midget Investments That Yield
Spring check up in
crepe of Dacrone
polyester. Town tones
frosted with white,
and softened with a
pretty bow. Navy,
Engagement of Barbara Bell and
John B. Presnell Is Being Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie B. Bell, Sr., announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their daughter, Barbara Joyce, to John
Bascom Presnell, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Presnell, all of Port St.
Joe. The wedding will be an event of April 4th at 3 P. M., in the
First Baptist Church. All friends and relatives are invited to attend.
Letter Thanks FD
For Doing Job
January 5, 1965.
To the Members of St. Joe Fire
c/o R. H. Ellzey,
Port St. Joe, Florida.
We are sorry this letter is late
but sincerely hope it is not too late
to express our warm-hearted appre-
ciation to you for your splendid,
untiring efforts to save our proper-
ty in our two recent fires.
When you came out at three
o'clock in the morning and fought
the blaze so valiantly it showed us
that fire fighting requires a lot of
dedication, and your commendable
work reflected your exalter and
oonsecrated desire to serve your
Gratefully and sincerely yours,
W. H. and Mary Weeks.
P.S.-Happy New Year and may
there be fewer fires in 1965.
Monday night saw Richard's kers and move back into first The Junior Chamber of Com-
Raiders, behind the bowling of Joe place. Captain Scott led his team merce is a civic organization work-
Richards, 526 and Jim Faught, 551, with the high series of the night, ing for community betterment open
take three points from Scotts' Stri- a real fine 552. to all young men 21 to 35 years of
13-Mile fell into second place age.
when they dropped three points to
the Lanes team. Al Jensen was SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
high for the Milers with a 480. -
Wayne Smith led his team with a
J Vitro held on to their third
place standing by splitting four
points with Michigan Chemical.
John Hanson led the Vitro team
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Franklin with a real fine 523 series. Robert
of Ocala announce the birth of a Montgomery was high for the
son, Ronald Clayton, on December Chemical team with a 472.
5 at the Monroe Memorial Hos- League Standings W L
pital. Ronald weighed 8 lbs. and Richards' Raiders _____ 42 26 :
8 ozs. and joins a sister, Teresa, 13 Mile Oyster Co. ___- 41 27
who is three years old. Vitro Services _--___ 39 29
Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Michigan Chemical Co. 33 35
Ola Denton of Port St. Joe and pa- St. Joe Bowling Lanes __ 30 38
ternal grandparents are Mr. and Scotts' Strikers ____ 19 49
Mrs. C. L. Franklin of Athens, -
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Sanders of PINES
Orlando announce the birth of a "- ..
baby boy, Tristan Wilson, on Janu- Stand Tall
ary 8 in an Orlando hospital. In Florida's
Mrs. Sanders will be remember- .
ed as the former Miss Judy Fen- Future!
som, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul |
REG. $8.00 VALUE, ONLY
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Limit One Per Subject 2 Per Family
Each Additional Subject $3.95
A Simply Inspired Brew
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-'SUGAR AND SPICE and everything nice" goes into this Spiced
Viennese Coffee. It's made with the regular grind decaffeinated
coffee, brewed to such a richly satisfying taste and aioma that
the most ardent bridge enthusiast will lay down a hand to pick up
a cup of its steaming goodness. Jelly and cream cheese sandwiches
are just the,.right accompaniment to this flavorful brew..
SPICED VIENNESE COFFEE
4-1/2 cups watef
10 whole cloves
2 sticks (2 inches each)
3/4 cup regular grind
1/3 cup sugar
Place water and spices in base of 6-cup or larger percolator. TPace
coffee in basket and set in percolator. Heat until coffee begins to
perk; then perk 8 minutes. Strain coffee into warmed serving pot.
Add sugar, stirring until it is dissolved. Keep over low heat until
ready to serve. -Garnish each serving with -whipped cream; then
sprinkle with ground cinnamon. Makes 3-1/2 cups or 6 servings.
Liberally mix several old tin cans full of
fun, with a mop of hair that alwhvays
scoms to need to be cut. Sprinkle in
streaks of orneriness, pride, courage,
envy, and maybe even a little fear.
And there: you've made a boy.
Boys, wonderfully, have a sweet sense
of the bigness and beauty and mystery
of things. And it's this sense of big-
ness, beauty and mystery we hope
they'll never lose.
^'-'. ~ Contributed to Religion
S*.. in American Life by:
Religion is an awfully ihg word to a
little boy. But the spirit of it isn't. And
it's the spirit of religion that can bring
peace, comfort, security and goodness
to a boy-his whole life through.
Hit-the-bat, hide'n'seek-they're as
vital to a boy as peanut-butter sand-
wiches. So is the help of true religious
faith. Your children should worship this
week in your church or synagogue.
And the best way to see to it is to be
there with them yourself.
Worship this week
- The Star-
YEN= I.-- -
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SNamed Pas ATTEND GOVERNOR'S BALL MRS.PORTER SPEAKER TO
Those from Port St. Joe attend-
At Pentecostal ing the Governor's Ball in Pensa- The Panama City and St. An-
cola Monday night were: Mr. and drews chapters of the United
Mrs. Jack Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Daughters of the Confederacy held
The Pentacostal Holiness Church Cecil Curry, Mr. and Mrs. Frank their annual luncheon meeting at
on Garrison Avenue is happy to Hannon, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fox, Mr. the Dixie Sherman Hotel in Pan-
have Rev. New Russ as pastor of and Mrs. Bob Vervaeke, Mr. and ama City Wednesday, January 14.
the church. Rev. Russ came to Pcrt Mrs. Bill Whaley, Tom Ford, R. H. Mrs. Ned Porter of Port St. Joe
St. Joe two years ago, and has made Ellzey and Ken Murphy. was the guest speaker. Her talk
his home in Port St. Joe, residing was on "The Trinity of Rivers-
with his family on McClellan Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson The Apalachicola, The Chattahoo-
His eldest son, Wesley, is away of Milton, Fla., spent the week-end chee and The Flint."
studying for the ministry in Frank- with Judge and Mrs. I. C. Nedley. Mrs. Porter was the luncheon
lin Springs, Ga. Deanne and Ricky Raymond is a brother of Mrs. Ned- guest of the Regent, Miss Cather-
are students at Port St. Joe High ley. ine Martin of Panama City.
School. Angela and Ned are stu-
dents at St. Joe Elementary School.
Rev. Russ pastored the Pentacostal It I
Holiness Church in Warsau for a
year and pastored the church at jN TI
Victory Hill for the past six months. PIT-" -
Everyone is cordially invited to a
attend church services of the Pen- A
tadostal Holiness Church. Visitors Only
are always welcome. Sunday school
9:45 a. m.; church 11 o'clock, Life
Livers 6:30 p. m. Sunday, church
services 7:30 Sunday.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1965 Garden Club Will Hold
MINUTES of the District Work Shop
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION will be hosts to a District Work
Shop on Horticulture for District
H, Florida Federation of Garden
Wewahitichka, Florida, costs to operate such a kitchen. Clubs.
JWanuary5, 1 ri.i This service will be rendered at no
January 5, 1965coto S thSchoolBoard. The all day workshop will be
The Board of Public Instruction cost to the School Board. The all day workshop will be
of Gulf County, Florida, met on the A representative of the St. Joe held at St. James Episcopal Parish
above date in the regular sessionNatural Gas Company appeared be-
a tvhdte f in hresat sand fore the Board and agreed to con- House on Tuesda, January 19, be-
with the following present an duct a survey to determine the ginning at 11 A. M. This work shop
ing: Kenneth Whitfield, Chairman; itial cost fr an all-natural gas
C. E. Boyer, Carter Ward, Joe Fer operated kitchen for the proposed is open to anyone interested in
ellrs The Superiia ntRoendent wasem- new cafeteria at Port St. Joe High growing better plants as well as
present and acting. The minutes of School. They will also ascertain
present and acting. The minutes of the cost per month to operate such to representatives of the 15 Gar-
the preceding meeting were read. kitchen. This service will be ren Clubs that make up District II.
and adopted as read. Th reports of "tchen- T e den Clubs that make up District Il.
the County Health Nurse and the dered at no cost to the School The speakers are all experienced
County Sanitary Officer were read Mr. Hubert Richards, General gardeners and have been making
and ordered filed. Th e financial Supervisor of t't Gulf County an intensive study of the subjects
ber was examined andh approve. SchoolSystem, appeared before the they will discuss.
The Superintendent reminded the Board and requested that the Board
he rient inpay one-half the cost of textbooks
Board of the Orientati oCo anfer to be used in a mathematics course Cit Basketball League
encefor the new and old Board for Gulf Count teachers. Gulf City BasketballLeague
on January 14th and 15th. The oast Junior olegecan the Stae Playing Each Week
Board having completed all old Department of Education'are co- Wek
Board having cousiness, the nmpletew Board all or-ld operating in providing this course
business, the new Board then to improve the mathematics in- The City adult basketball league
County of Gulof, State of Florida struction in Gulf County. On mo- began play Monday night of this
The following members of the on of Rich, seconded by Money, week with Wewa Bank defeating
l to furnish 50% of the cost of the
Board of Public Instruction of Gulf textbooks all voted Yes. On mo-Florida Bank, 54 to 34 and Raf-
County, Florida, including tne tion by Rich, seconded by Money, field Fisheries defeating Glidden
organize masrequired by law: the Board approved a proposal by Company, 48 to 42.
William RoemerSr., of Wawa- Mr. Hubert Richards that TV sets The adult league plays each Mon-
hitchka, Fla., for 2 years, Co. Bd. be purchased on the eon County day and Thursday nights at 7:00
'Dist. No. 1, Term expires Jan., The Board discussed the possi- and 8:30 p.m. in the High School
1967. J Rich of White City, Fla., bilitv of establishing a centralized Gymnasium.
for 4 years, Co. Bd. Dist. No. 2, purchasing department for the All games are open to the pulb-
Term expires Jan., 1969. scho- system. The matter is still
W. J. FerrellofPort St. Joe., for pending due to the many factors lic with no admission charge.
2 ears, Co. Bd. Dist. No. 3, Term involved in such an operation. A Making up the teams are:
S-,expires Jan., 1967. study will be made of these factors Wewa Bank: Buddy Smith, Ben-
Eldridge Money of Port St. Joe, before a final decision is reached. ton Hamm, Bascom Hamm, Johnny
Fla., for 4 years, Co. Bd. Dist. No. There being no further business
4, Term expires Jan,, 1969. the Board adjourned to meet again Ray and James Hanlon.
Joseph K. Whitfield of Wewa- at 10:30 a. m. C. S. T. on January Florida Bank: James Knight, Ed
hitchka, Fla., for 2 years, Co. Bd. 12, 1965. Smith, Ronnie Young, Bobby Bur-
Dist. No. 5, Term expires Jan., 1967. W.J. FERRELL, kett, Bill Sweazy and Frank Flet-
Each of the following new mem- Chairman. cher.
bers elected on the 3rd day of No- Attest:-cher.
member, A. D. 1964. B. J. Rich and R. MARION CRAIG, Raffield Fisheries: Harold Keel,
Eldridge Money having presented Superintendent. Wesley Adkins, Bob Moore, John
their commissions as members of Crafin, Frank Fletcher, Wayne Ste-
said Board of Public Instruction for phens, Will Hendrick and S. H,
the term of office set forth above phens, Wll Hendrick and S. H,
beginning on the first Tuesday af | A Sowell. .. r ..
ter the first Monday in January, Glidden Company: Jerry Barnes,
1965, and until their successors L e wV Sonny Dean, Hinton Hamm, Lou
are elected and qualified, and haT- Little and Ganet Morris.
ing filed bond with the Secretary TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF -
of State as prescribed by Section THE FOURTEENTH JUDI
237.31 Floridad Statutes, the Board CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, Local Stevedores Out In
the inaproceeded to complete its or- I AD FOR GULF COUNTY. Nationwide Dock Strike
tons 230.15 and 230.151, Florida FRANKLIN EBNETER, III. According to A. P. Gilbert of
On motion of Joseph K. Whit- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO the St. Joe Stevedoring Company,
field, seconded by Wiliam Roemer, FRANKLIN EBNETER, JR., local stevedores are honoring the
Sr., W. J. Ferrell was elected Chair- whose last known address is 201 local stevedores are honoring the
man; and on motion of Williamected ChaiGrand Street, Walden, New York: current International Longshore-
Roemeran; and Sr., seconded by Joseph You are hereby notified that a men's Strike. Gilbert said that 42
K. Whitfield, B. J. Rich was elect-I petition has been filed in said men are employed by .the Steve-
ed Vice Chairman of said Board of Court by James Earl Young and during Company, all on a part time
Public Instruction for the County Doris Young, praying for adoption during Company, all on a part time
of Gulf, State of Florida. of the minor child, Franklin Eb- basis.
R. Marion Craig,' holding corn- neter, II, and you are hereby re- The strike caused no hardships,
, mission as Countl Superintendent quired to be and appear in said as yet, in Port St. Joe's port. The
of Public Instruction for the en- Court on Monday, February 16, last ship in the port was loaded
suing 4 years, appeared in person 1965, and to show cause, if you can, out Saturday evening and sailed.
at said meeting and assumed hiswhy said petition should not beout Saturday evening and sailed.
duties as Secretary of the Board, granted. "
as provided by law. The Board thus This order to be published for Meeting Called to Discuss
organized then decided on the 1st four consecutive weeks in TheMSa t R
Tuesday after the 1st Monday of St-r. a newynaper published in Creation of Shooting 'Range
each month as the day for holding Gulf County, Florida.
its regular monthly meetings. WITNESS my hand and official There will be a meeting in the
Mr. Bill Spikes and Mr. Dave seal this 14th day of January, Council Room of the City Hall to
Pope representing the Florida A. D. 1965. night at 7:00 p.m. to discuss the
Power Corporation appeared before /s/ GEORGE Y. CORE, formation of a trap and skeet
the Board and announced that a Clerk Circuit Court. ange or a rifle range in the vic-
20% reduction in the electricity Jan. 14, 21, 28-Feb. 4 range or a rifle range in the vie-
rates for the Gulf County schools inity of Port St. Joe.
would be effective beginning Jan- There is no official connection The meeting is being conducted
uary 1, 1965. They also agreed to, between the U. S. Chamber of Com- by the Port St. Joe Jaycees.
conduct a survey to determine the- merce and the U. S. Junior Cham-' Anyone interested in the cstab-
en in the proposed new cafeteria ber of Commerce, but the two or- lishment of a shooting range are
at Port St. Joe High School. They ganizations cooperate in many in- invited to attend tonight's meet-
will also ascertain the monthly stances. ing.
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PROCLAIMS BEAUTY SALON WEEK-Mayor Frank Hannon signed
a proclamation this week declaring next week as National Beauty
Salon Week in Port St. Joe. Looking on is Mrs. Helene Ferris, mem-
ber of the National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association.
WHEREAS, National Beauty Salon Week will be observed
during the week of February 14, 1965, by the members of the Na-
tional Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association in our City,
as well as throughout the nation; and
WHEREAS, this national professional association for Cosme-
tologists, established in 1921 to further the high standards of pro-
fessional beauty care, dedicates this week to more beautiful women;
WHEREAS, the members of this Association are conducting
an extensive public service program, donating professional beauty
care to people in hospitals, homes for the aged and orphaned, and
other institutions, thereby contributing to the physical and mental
well-being of people in such institutions; and
WHEREAS, the members of this Association enhance and
maintain one of our greatset wealths, the beauty of American
women through their creative talents, training and years of ex-
perience as Cosmotologists:
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Frank Hannon, Mayor of the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida, do hereby proclaim the week of February 14,
1965: "NATIONAL BEAUTY SALON WEEK" and commend it to
the attention of our citizens as a week to recognize the hairdressers
and cosmetologists for their keen sense of civic responsibility, and
their dedicated services to the grooming of women for greater
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and
caused the Seal of'the City of Port St. Joe to be affixed this 11th
day of January, 1965.
County Commissioners Will Attend
Orientation Session At University of Fla.
GAINESVILLE County com- ture's food irradiator. The meeting
missioners from throughout Flor- will adjourn at 3 p. m.
ida will be guests of the University
of Florida on February 4 for a day-
long orientation session that will FSU Confers Degrees
include talks by University admin- 1On Four From Gulf
istrators and a tour of facilities on
the campus. TALLAHASSEE Diplomas are
County and home demonstration being mailed this week to 720 stu-
agents in Florida's 67 counties aie dents earning degrees at Florida
serving in a liaison capacity to in- State University during the fall
vite the commissioners to attend trimester. The number included
the orientation, the first ever co- 578 getting a bachelor's degree, 99
ordinated by the Universty of Flor- a master's degree and 43 a doctor-
University President J. Wayne The list of graduates included
Reitz will welcome the guests at Betty J. Collins of Highland View,
10 a. m. at McCarty Auditorium BS in education; Gerald Joseph
and will speak on "The Role of a Buchert, BS in social welfare and
Land Grant University." Dr. E. T. Linda Sue Roberts, BS in arts and
York, Jr., provost of the Univer- sciences, both of Port St. Joe and
sity's College of Agriculture, then Roy Maxwell Lister, BS in busi-
will address the commissioners on ness of Wewahitchka.
"Off-Campus Education and the ______s__
Role of the University in Identify-
ing Problems." Port St. Joe Elementary
Representatives from the College School Lunchroom Menu
of Education (Dean Kimball Wiles),
College of Business Administration Monday, January 18
(Dean Donald Hart), College of En- Baked beans, vienna sausage,
gineering (Dean Thomas Martin, turnip greens, tomato wedges, choc-
Jr.), College of Physical Education olate pudding, white bread and
and Health (Dean D. K. Stanley), milk.
College of Health Related Profes- Tuesday, January 19
sions (Provost Samuel P. Martin), Sloppy joe on buns, snap beans,
Department of Political Science celery sticks, candied sweet pota-
(Dr Glayds Kamimerer) and College toes, butter and milk.
of Architecture and Fine Rrts Wednesday, January 20
(Dean T. C. Bannister) will deliver Barbecue bologna, buttered pota-
short talks on the theme: "How the toes, cabbage slaw, hot biscuit and
University Can Help the Commis- butter, syrup and milk.
sioner and His County." Thursday, January 21
Following a question-and-answer Fried chicken, buttered rice,
session at the conclusion of the English peas, carrot sticks, orange
the morning program, commission- juice, apricots, white bread and
ers and University personnel will butter and milk.
adjourn to the Student Service Cen- Friday, January 22
ter for luncheon at 12:30 p. m. Evaluation day.
Commissioners will be divided
into three tour groups at 1:30 p.m. Jaycees, now a quarter of a mil-
to visit the J. Hillis Miller Health lion strong, work for community
Center, drive through the campus betterment in 5,300 communities in
and see the College of Agricul- the nation.
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weighed. The spoke word barely asserts; sthe printed word thoroughly c
vii'es. The spoken word is lost; th- printed word remains.
Sage and County Faces Revaluation
By the reports in the papers the past few days, it ap-
pears that every school system in the state has lost or is
about to lose, its accreditation.
And in more than one county, such a threat has insti-
gated action toward revaluation of taxable property to pro-
vide necessary funds to alleviate the shortcomings listed as
the causes for losing accreditation.
Different counties are going about the matter in dif-
ferent ways from members of the school faculty taking
cuts in pay and being released from the payroll in Calhoun
County to a suit requesting revaluation in Duval County.
Like Gulf's warning, it appears that most of the coun-
ties are facing loss of accreditation for such items as not
enough room for lunch rooms, showers, gyms, libraries, etc.
It is comforting to know that hardly any of the schools are
facing loss of accreditation due to lack of academic stand-.
ards. As a matter of fact, Calhoun County's actions lowered
her academic standings to provide funds to meet the physi-
cal requirements set forth by the accreditation people.
This sort of reason for removing accreditation standing
seems a little harsh to us, but maybe they know what they
But by and large, the favorite method of reconciling the
shortcomings listed by the Southern Accreditation Board
in counties throughout the state seem to be the road to re-
valuation. The problem seems so widespread as to engender
the suspicion that threats of loss of accreditation were made
to encourage revaluation of taxable property.
But regardless of the reasons or the-methods of bring-
ing about proper school facilities to provide a quality educa-
tional curriculum and to provide for a proper tax base in
which all eligible to take part in the tax burden do so, we
favor these two accomplishments.
What would revaluation mean in Gulf County?
First of all, it would mean a reduction of millage in
Gulf County that would still bring in more money than is
now being realized from ad valorem taxes.
Should Gulf property be revalued for tax purposes, the
tax millage would have to be reduced by the same percent-
age that the valuation was increased. In looking at it from
the 2 plus 2 equals 4 angle we'll illustrate. The total millage
levied in Gulf County now is 40 mills, in round figures. Tax
Assessor Samuel A. Patrick has said in the past that he
has valued property at one-third value. Should we be re-
valued on a 100% basis, our millage rate would have to be
cut by one-third, according to law, or down to 13.3 mills to
operate both the county and the school system.
But this would reduce income dangerously, you say.
No, it wouldn't. We'll take for instance, a $10,000 home
which is now totally exempt. With the revaluation, at 13.3
mills levy, this home owner would pay $133.00 taxes for the
year. Multiply this one home, by the 1,000 plus in the coun-
ty just like it, and you see $133,000 new money in the county
By the same token, the manufacturer now paying taxes
on his factory or .business, would have his valuation, and
taxes hiked accordingly.
This is what we face. How soon, we don't know.
Frogs and Freedom
"There's an old story that says you can't kill a frog by
dropping him in boiling water. He reacts so quickly to the
s-dden heat that he jumps out before he's hurt. But if you
put him in cold water and then warm it up gradually, he ne-
ver decides to jump until it's too late. By then he's cooked!
"Men are just as foolish. Take away their freedom
overnight, and you've got a violent revolution. But steal it
from them gradually (under the guise of 'security,' 'peace',
or 'progress') and you can paralyze an entire generation.
Look at the income tax. It started out at a harmless sound-
ing 1%. It would have been easy to jump out of water as
tepid as this, but like the frog, we waited while it climbed
ever higher. (Try jumping now!)
"Worst of all, we never learn. Even today we cannot
believe that Medicare is the same warm water that will
one day boil us in Socialized Medicine. We see no connection
between farm price supports and Nationalized Agriculture.
And if we draw a parallel between subsidized teachers' pay
and federal control of education, we are called 'extremist'.
"The tragedies of history are always repeated by those
who refuse to learn them. To seek guidance from the past is
not 'turning the clock back' as we are so often told. It is
merely a good way to keep out of hot water."
James S. Alexander
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2 8 FT. by 10 FT. FIBER RUGS (Reg. $19.95) ----------- $10.00
2- 9 by 12 FIBER RUGS (Regular $24. )------------- $10.00
9 by 12 NYLON RUG (Floor Sample) (Green) Reg. 59.95- ..$34.50
- USED CHILD CHEST ROBE ---- --- ---- -- ------$15.95
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Another Big Buck Bagged
Pictured above is Bobby Raffield of Highland View along with
a big buck deer he killed last week end. Raffield was fishing near
the Qaskin Reservation when the buck ran out of the woods and Raf-
field shot him, ( photo)
notice e of Annual Meeting of Mem- Drive Carefully The Life You Save May Be Your Own
bers of Citizens Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association of
Port St. Joe.
The Annual meeting of members -
cf Citizens Federal Savings and
L,)n Association of Port St. Joe
will be held on Wednesday, Janu- A F C o
a, y 20, 1965, at 2:00 P. M., EST,
- die Offie of the association at EMORY STEPHENS Port St. Joe, Fla.
4E1 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe, Flor- 1308 McClelland Ave. Phone 227-3781
idc., for the purpose of electing di-
cors for the ensuing term, and
to transact any other business Buy Now ESTIMATES
,-h'ch may legally come before said And E FRMEE
Signed- C. J. STEVENS, JR. 'S A V E !
r-tizens Federal will close for LOW DOWN PAYMENT LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
1-- '-ess at 12:00 O'clock Noon on
W -iesday, January 20, 1965, in Written Guarantee on Labor and Materials
or-'-- to hold annual meeting of RESIDENTIAL or COMMERCIAL
07 E'LE: 1956 Ford station wa-
gon. V-8. Auto transmission, 4-
oor. Also 1955 Pontiac 2-door
rdtr" Both are good, dependable
:ars. $'00.00 each. Can be seen
-cross street from Baptist Church
, \Viit: City or call 229-1143, Mr.
3ur- e. Would swap both for good
.I c -'in. 2tp-12-7
0- LE: 6 room cottage on lot
51' x 150', all fenced.I Living
'oom, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, bath,
lot and cold water, utility room,
- i4' airportt and wash 'shed, at
38 12th St., 150.feet off Highway
rp,. '-irgain for cash. Write P,
0, BR :718, Apalachicola,. 4tp-l-7
t61 ^ L:2 female, white regis-
Uira.d German Police puppies. 8
I "--i. See W. T. Stafford,
White City. 2tp-1-7
FOR SiLE: College campus trans-
. pert't:on for those who do not
hwiv3 '-tomobile parking permits.
", I-Z. TFnda 50. Like new condi-
tic". Cc:'ipletely rebuilt this month.
$2C5.:C. Phone 227-4611 or see Bob
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house.
I-Iud'ood floors, built in electric
a-olianc s, built in heating system,
chain link fence. 2 years old.. For
inform ,to ncall 227-8341. tfc-22
FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bedroom
house. 613 Garrison Ave. Pay
small equity, assume payments. No
closing cost. To see, call 229-4461
o+- 4:-0 p.m. or contact Jesse
FO" 'E: 3 bedroom house in
0 Grove, 615 Maddox St. Chain
aic B S, around back yard. Con-
tact Bill Sweazy, 227-8677.. tfc-1 224
F- -: Small 2 bedroom dwel-
ling at Oak Grove. Also two-
story dwelling on-10th Street. See
Citizens' Federal Savings and Loan
Associct o i. tfc
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house with
large den. Call 229-3542 or call
at 2116 Long Ave. tfc-12-30
FOR RrNT: Well furnished 3 bed-
room house at St. Joe Beach.
Call J. D. Clark at 227-7771. tfc
'FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, 609
,i.au,, Avenue. Phone 229-
FOR RENT: 4 bedroom house on'
Garrison Ave. 227-5029. tfc-1-7
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room house. Convenient to town
arid school. Phone 748536. tfc-12-30
GOOD USED TV's, Good selection,
- From $35.0 Oand up. St, Joe Ra-
dio and TV. 228 Reid Ave: Phone
227-4081. tfc 12-17
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot-
tage with large porch. On St.
Joe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house at 522 3rd St. Phone
FOR RENT: Business property on
Highway 98. With living quarters
conected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un-
furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60.
month. Inquire Jim Mapes, 648-
FOR RENT: 'One bedroom and 'pri-
vate bath. Living room an,d TV
room privilege. 528 Corner of kth
Street and Woodward Ave. 2tp
LOWER TAX RATES.
Changes in deductions, You
INCOME TAX SERVICE
J. D. Clark 1017 Long Ave.
24 Years Experience
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POSl 114
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. ,American Leguio
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
JOE EVANS, High Priest
JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary
FOR SALE: Single dwelling, 2
bedrooms. Easy terms. Closing
cost only. Call Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
-OR SALE: Office machine ribbons
for all popular machines. $1.00
he Star. Phone 227-3161.
MOVING ? Your MAYFLOWER
man is as near as your telephone.
Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
ANCE AGENCY. across from the
WANTED '1t0b U.Y: Gt od tised Post Office. Local and Long Dis-
furniture. Call us for highest tance Moving. Free Estimates.
prices pai. SURPLIU "SALES of
ST. JOE. Phone 227-2011. tfe WOOD WORKS Screen doors,
picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
SALESMAN WANTED: Are you sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
looking for a g uod part-time or Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
full-time inconenih Gulf County or
Port St. Joe. Many Rawleigh deal- ROOM FOR RENT: Call John W.
ers earn $2.50 and up per hour. Brown. Phone 227-8541. tfc-7-16
512 Kraft Ave. Panama City or
write Rawleigh FA L 100 26, Mem- FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bedroom
phis, Tenn. 2-4 masonry home. Located on Mar-
phis, Tenn. vin Ave. Phone 229-4486. tfc-11-5
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Ca ll-_
Btiford Grniffi, phone 229-3097' THERE' WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
HOUSE DOCTOR: Carports, patios, No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
room additions. Also complete and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
repair and masonry work. For free
estimate phone 229-1148 or 229-
TAX CONSULTANT: 25 years ex- BILL J. RICH, W. M.
perience. Office in Dalkeith. H.L. BURGE, Secretary
For appointment call Wewa 639-
2415, R. L. Capps. pd-4-15 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
INCOME TAX SERVICE: Other at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
tax work also. "Bookkeeping ser- St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3366 for
vice. Phone 648-3506. Mr. and Mrs. further information or write P. 0.
C. L. (Chuck) Gibson. 11tc-1-14 Box 535.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, .
Port St. Joe Jaycees
Are Observing-- --
Pictured above are part of the Port St. Joe Harold Hinote, Joe Parrott, Jack Williams, Tom
Jaycees. They are, left to right, Raymond Law- Ford, Edward Smith, Hulon Mitchell, Harry Tison,
rence, Gerald Sullivan, Bill Hardy, Sonny Dean, Bill Rish, Jim Timmins, John Howard, Bob Stores,
Harry Herrington, Wayne Gayj Robert Nedley, and Temple Watson. ( photo)
Your Port St. Joe Jaycees
Serve You Every Day
Bill Joe Rish
The Jaycees are traditionally builders of tomorrow's leaders "Young Men of Action"
. The activities listed below accomplished in Port St. Joe by the Jaycees, show that your
Jaycees are, indeed, good citizens and active workers in bettering our community.
with us in honoring them during National Jaycee Week.
1. Teacher Reception
2. Toys for Tots
3. Bicycle Safety Program
4. Teenage Driving R0oad-e-o
5. Christmas Parade
6. Girl's Softball Program
7. Jaycee Week
8. Fishing Reef (incomplete)
9. Election Tote Board Returns
10. Polio Oral Vaccine Drive
THIS SALUTE TO THE PORT ST. JOE JAYCEES SPONSORED BY
Florida National Bank
at Port St. Joe
.~ltDEiMB~EjW.: I;Ikm'iail. ~N4ajfia~1a 1Grup 'oif 2R3a~Tnks
MEMBER: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Public Utilities Commission Orders i. iRentz Dies ce Assumes
Reduction In Electric Power Rates (cn o e A
Yonn, Adel, Georgia, and eleven erchant's Post
TALLAHASSEE The Florida per cent, to 50 per cent, and will grandchildren and ten great-grand-
Public Utilities Commission order- be reduced further to 48 per cent children. Newly elected chairman W. C.
ed four Florida electric companies this year. Active pallbearers were Troy Roche took over the reins of the
to reduce rates by more than $7 Last November, the commission Jones, Leo Jones, S. C. Player, P. Port St. Joe Retail Merchants Di-
million in order to give customers ordered the 1964 savings frozen T. McCormick, B. F. Cannington vision at their regular meeting last
the savings they will realize this and held for disposition later. The and W. E. Harrison. Honorary pall- F:iii'. l the Motel St. Joe.
year from lower federal income tax savings realized by Florida bearers were W. B. Holland, Clin- Retiring Cairman, John G.
taxes. P* ower and Light Co. last year ton Cox, W. H. Weeks, J. J. Lauri- Blount, offered his thanks to the
The order was directed to the were a factor in a $10 million rate more, J. V. Cannington, Bud Wil- group for their cooperation during
Florida Power and Light Co., of reduction ordered by the commis- liamson, Robert L. Raffield and thegroup ast year of accomplishments
Miami, Florida Power Corp. of St. sion last May. D. Q. Hand. he ast year of accomplishments
Petersburg, Tampa Electric Co. of _____ Treasurer, Carl Guilford turned his
Tampa and Gulf Power Co. of Pen. RETURN FROM TEXAS books over to his successor, Rex
sacola. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Porter re- Coldewey Speaks to Addison, with the observation that .
The reductions are to go into turned recently from a two week Kianis Club Tuesda te teasury was in th "black"
effect immediately on the 1965 trip to Harlingen, Texas, where lWnips ubu id iy just barely.
taxes, the commission said. they spent the Christmas holidays Tom S. Coldewey spoke to the In clearing up all od business
The order had no effect on an with their son-in-law and daughter Kiwanis Club Tuesday at their reg- the Association voted o pay the:r
earlier one which directed many Major and Mrs. Charles H. Sundin ular meeting. Port Theatre their share of a co-
utility companies to freeze their and children, Michael Porter and Coldewey told the Kiwanians of operative bill to provide free mov-
tax savings on 1964 taxes. until Christopher Ned. the proposed expansion at the St ies inPort St. Joe for the two
the commission decides on the dis Major Sundin has retired from Joe Paper Company and of the ex- days prior to Christmas.
Position. the USAF and he and his family pected impact that the construc- As a move to better understand-
By companies the estimated plan to make their home in Har- tion would have on the local econ- ing between the merchants and
1965 tax saving, based on 1963 lingen., omy. others of the City, Chairman Roche
income figures, was: Mr. and Mrs. Porter reported a Coldewey asked The Star not to offered the idea that industry and .!
Florida Power and Light Co., delightful visit having had several release the details of his speech labor be invited to send represen-'
over $3.5 million; Tampa Electric trips into Mexico; a tour of Padre, in this issue, as he has the same tatives to the meetings of the Mer-'
Co., $1.5 million; Florida Power Island, the site of the National speech to make a couple more chants to better understand tie*.'
Corp., $2 million and Gulf Power Seashore Park for the western tip time's this week. So the Star will problems and the efforts toward
Corp., $600,000. of the Gulf of Mexico coast and a carry the "meat" of his talk in community betterment undertaken,
The commisisoners ordered the return glimpse of the mammoth next week's issue. by the merchants from time to
firms to make monthly reports to glass-enclosed stadium at Houston, Guests of the club were Keyettes time.
the state, showing by classes of which is nearing completion., Carla Herring and Linda Gardner City Auditor and Clerk, J.
customers how the reductions in I- and Key Clubbers Jake Belin and Williams was a guest of the Mercle
rates are being applied. The national headquarters of the Robin Downs. ants and gave a report of the ac-
The income taxes on corpora- United States Junior Chamber of I complishments of the City during
tions were reduced in 1964 by two Commerce is in Tulsa, Oklahoma. SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR Ithe past year.
Buzzelt's Drug Sftre
Drive-In Window Service
317 Williams Ave.
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