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State Will Vote On Amendment Tuesday: Passage Urged
(This is the last in a series of The ballot choice will not be be- ties of Florida. However, in the us in a *four-county group with Cal- ces of having representation in the as the main criteria, thus providing majority of the Leg
articles written by Rep. Geoll G.
Costin at the request of the edi-
tor on the proposed Constitution-
al Amendment relating to reap-
portioning the representation in
the Legislature of the State of
Florida which lato be voted on
by the people next Tuesday, No-
Next Tuesday, November 3, it Is
Important Lhat we *in Gulf County
go to the :polls and vote for the
Constitutional amendment "provid-
tg' a new formula for representa-
tlon In the House and Senate of
tween 'this plan and some other. It
will be between this reapportion-
mentt or none at all, perhaps for
mAny years. Many counties are sat-
isfied with the ,present Cohsti'tu-
tional formula which limits the
Senate to 38 members -and the
House to 95 because their repre-
sentation will be diluted- in the
*event .this Constlitutlonal amend-
ment is 'adopted.
The main opponents to hits
amendment hav i been working for
months on the ,argument that It
-does -not provide enough represen-
tation for the most populous coun-
five years of serious and decisive
deliberation by the Legislature of
Florida, these opponents have of-
fered nothing better, or at least
houn, Fraaklin and Liberty, with
a possibility that we .would have
Wakulla added to these four coun-
ties, to make up a five-county dis-
have never managed to 'get a bet- triot.
'er plan through the Legislautre: If the people refuse to, adopt the
SAs-I have stated 'before, the -pro- propos-d amendment on November
posed amendment is the best pos- 3, we will remain in the district
sible apportionment plan for Gulf with Bay, Washington and Cal-
and Calhoun counties that we can houn. Since the. estimated popula-
expect to obtain from the Legisla- ti,-n oi Biy County is .more than
ture. twice'- a f all of the remaining'
Under the ,present Constitution, counties in-our district, it is very
based'iuion a mathematical formula likely A ay f would elect the
using population only as a criteria, enaroT-'for froa or district in the fu-
a plan was 'offered in 1955 to place itui e and' th i- eiminate our chan-
. The proposed Constitution ..in-
sures that ou'r County will be plac-
ed"in a' two-county district with a
county of approximately the same
size, and changes the provision in
our 'present Constitution'that Sena-
torial districts shall be "as nearly
equal in population as .practicable"
so that appurtioinment of represen-
tation in the Senate in the fu-ture?
must provide "fairness and equity
among districts based upon .popula-
tion, geographic area and economic
affinity". The House apportion-
ment will remain with population
a balance of power in the Legisla-
ture between the most populous.
countie:y and the rural counties.
The wisdom of this plan is seen in
our Federal Constitution, in that
each state, however large or .small
it may be in population, has -two.
Senators, with the House represen-
`tation 'based upon 'population. It
is very signicant that this be so in
Florida because the five most opu-
lous counties in Florida have more
tb3n half the population and can
elect the Governor and Cabinet
members. It would be very wise if
such counties could also elect the
*The ballot choice for the people
of our county is between the pro-
posed plan or perhaps none at all-
,tor many years and 'we in this
County should respond by going to
the polls on November 3 and adopt-
ing- the proposed plan 'to insure our
County of more representation in
SPolling places in Port St. Joe
will be the Fire Station for Pre-
cinct 8; The Stac House for Pre-
cinct 9'and the Centennial Build-
ing for. Precinct 10.
.Other polling places for the
area will be the same as in the
"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for ihe Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
aORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak wifit ,
once In awhile-Trade with
your home town merchants
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1959
Motel Operator Killed In
Hunting Accident Sunday
.*John Kochen-, 32, operator of the Rainbow Motel at Mexico
Beach, was fatally injured in a- hunting accident near here. Sun-
day, the Gulf County Sheriff's Office reported.
Kochem died of a head injury about 10 minutes after his
arrival at the Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.
The accident was near Ca-pe San
Blas, about 12 miles south of Port
Deputies Wayne White and Jim-
my Barfield reported that Koebem,
only- minutes before, had bagged
several doves and agreed to let
Richard Skipper, also of Port St.
Joe, shoot two in a nearby tree.
They said Kocheni had leaned for-
ward inside of the jeey so that
Skipper could shoot -the bird-s.
As Skipper fired his- 16 gauge
double-barrel shotgun, the victim
-raised his body, receiving a blast
in 'the back of his head, officers re.
Officers said the shooting was
Sacc-idental and mat no Inquest
would be .held ,Luer members if
the hunting .party whole witnessed
the fatal accident were Iris Fur-
ney and his two children.
Funeral services were 'held yes-
terday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. at
.the Mexico Beach Methodist Church
with the Rev. Charles Parker and
Rev. Ed C-ouid officiating. Inter-
ment followed at. Holly Hill Ceme-.
Paibuear'e's were 1. E. Furney,
W. O i illey, Jr., Sam Harmon,
Joe H.tive-t, Al Renner and Edward
Honorary pallbearers were R. A.
Skilppi, Gordon Pinkham, George
-Hollanid. Capt. Ted McDonaugh, J.
T. Ca.tier, erry, Walter Buckloh, Al
Cooper, W. E. Thursbay, George G.
Taper, Silas R- Stone, T. M. Ap-
iin, Howard Rogers, Jim Barfield,
Ed C" uu LE R. E. Conley and S. R.
K.he.ntie is survived by his wife,
Eltzhite.. a daughter, Janet; a
son, Ernest; parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Kocheni, of Chicago; a bro-
'ther. JuL-epn Kochemn and a sister,
Mrsts E.1 Jursich both of Chicago'
his i.atiher and mother-In-law, Mr,
.and Mr-. Louis Rennon and a sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Folz, all of Mexico Beach.
Comforter Fineral Home was in-
charge. of arrangements.
Fire Department Has
Two Calls Tuesday
The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Depart.ment was called out at
12:30 Tuesday night to' extinguish
a blaze In a tool shed on the 'bank
cof the Gulf ..County Canal belong-
Ing ot the tugboat service operated
by John and Dave Maddox of .this
The building -was a complete loss
upon arrival of the department.
According to Maddox, the build-
ing contained some $3,500.00 worth
of tools, boat parts, lumber and
supplies, which were completely
destroyed. The building nor its con-
tents were insured according to
Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. the Depart-
ment was called to the Colored
Elementary School to put out a
Short In St. Joe
District Scout Executive Bob
Walton addressed the Kiwanis Club
Tuesday at their regular luncheon
Man Is Held In
One man was 'hospitalized with a
bullet injury and another was book-
ed at the Gulf County jail following
an argument near here Sunday, ac-
cording to the sheriff's office.
David Coley, 19,, of Port St. Joe
received a neck injury following
the alter,-ation early Sunday in
Highland View. The shooting oc-
curred at the residence of Lloyd
Goff in Highland View, according
to the officers.
"Officers said the ietim was ta-
ken to the Port St. Joe Municipal
Hospital The .32 calibre bullet was,
reumov'-d from the victim's neck
Monday rinoruing and he is said to
be recovering. .
C(harle.- A. Herring, 61, of High-
laud View was. booked on u tenarge
ot assault with a deadly weapon.
Sheriff's Deputy Jim Barfield.
the investigating" officer, said that
reports were the two had been ar-
guing for the past few days .prior
to the shooting Sunday.
High School PTA
Has Good Crowd
A regular meeting of the Port
St. Joe ..High -School Parents and
Teachers was well attended at the
High School Auditorium on Thurs-
day .evening, October 22 at 8:00
The meeting was opened 'by first
_i..__ff ,,_ :n I Tt_~ +.- .. .
Local Post Office
George Tapper Gets
Hallowe'en C carnival
Set forThi Saturday
New post office quarters for Port
St. Joe is now a certainty accord-
ing to Pustrnast.r Chauncey Costin.
ITuforiatiod was received 'from the. Phillips L Ses
Regional Operations Director of -the
Post Office Department in A Atlanta Arm In Accident
,that the contract for th. new build- A I A c d
ing was let to George G. Tapper
Co., Inc., with estimated completion Bob Phillips of 204 13th Street
date February 1, 1960. The building lost his right armnabove the elbow
will be located on the. corner of last Wednesday night in an acci-
Monument Avenue ,and. Second St., dent at .the 'Michigan Chemical
running thluough to Baltzell Ave. Company plant here.
nue. It will be air-conditioned and According to Phlilips. who is a.
have fluorescent lightlag. Most of furnace -operator at the new plant,
the furniture and equipment will be h' was ,dislodging oyster shells
ue w, also new boaes will 'be install- irom a pully carrying a conveyor
ed along with latest type service 'belt when 'he caught his hand. His.
windows. arnm was quickly pulled into; the
mechanisin,. Phillips said :that ft
The building will be of masonry was only bi te strength and quick
construction and will contain 4,908 thinking t.haL kept his,', hoiv body,
square ltet uf interior space, 405 rom w being pulled. Philips forced
het pr piatforit space and 7,713 his left arm and legs against the
square feet of parking and maneu- side of the machine, tearing off his
vering area. It is estimated that the right arnm t 'the elbow while try-'
building will be adequate to take in" to keep from being ,pulled into
care of the prospective growth of the-niachinery.
the city for the text ten to fifteen 'Phillipa said he was alone 'at the
years without expansion which lin e of the accident but he didn't
could be accomplished if ,the need lose consciousness. He grabbed his
arises, arm stub seeking to stem the flow
Costing stated further that, -the of -blood and rushed to find his
construction of tnis building would helper 'for aid. While waiting for
be very timely as the business and an ambulance, emergency first aid
mail volume in the local office con-' was given Phillips to prevent ..fur-
'tinues-c. increase and at the -pres- tiher excessive loss of blood.
'ent rate the office will advance Doctors removed more from his
from second to first class on July arm about half way .between the
1, 1960. elbow and shoulder. Hde is recover-
----- .------ ing well and is now up and about
.at. the hospital.
historian, Miss Netta Niblack. __
Cnmmitt- vh -.i.-. 1 for th P ear
meeting. vice-lpresident M vrs. Joe Stevens, oummuM, en- uarmen xo r. e yu o -
Walton garve a picture of the sta- with a salute to the flag. This was 1959-60 are: Stac House, Otis Pyle; los:"
tu.s of Scouting throughout ihis dis- followed by the invocation by Mrs. program chairman. L. W. Porter; Paving around gym and !parking
trict, which includes Port St. Joe. Ed Ramsey. m'ie-fberihip, Mrs. Estelle Mosely; area io, back of gym. Committee
Walton said 'the grow-th in scout- The nominating committee gave educational chairman. Leo Shealy; headed by Coleman Tharpe.
iug has. been phenomenal during their report. Mrs. Sue Spaulding budget and finance, Mrs. B. L. Study library facilities. Cuiniit-
the past year, recording a 3(00( was asked 'to move up to',the poli- Hampton; hospitality, Mrs. W. 0. tee headed 'by Mrs. Hilton Lewis.
increase. "We expect a lu. annual tion of President and Mrs. William Howard and.,publicity, Mrs. Hilton Staec House. Aiding the Youth
increase", said 'Walton. Wager was asked to take the post- Lewis. Stac House committee. Committee
But getting dowli to the local tion as recording secretary. Motion The PTA has offered adult guld- bhe-ded by Otis Pyle;
scene, Walton pointed out that was made that these two be accept- ance and support to the Sharks Program for the evening was a
Port St. Joe is far behind its po- ed. The association unanimously Teen-Age Club for approximately talil given by George G. Tapper.
tential in Scouting. He pointed out elected these two women who vol- four years. The discussion of the Mr, Tapper has just returned from
that 10 years ago Port St..Joe had unteered their service for these Stac House was brought before the a trip 'abroad. Hismain topic tor
a Scout Troop and a Cub Pack. jobs. !Association. The Port St. Joe High the evening was very appropriate,
Port St. Joe still 'has a Scout Troop 'The officers for 'the remaining-iSchool PTA 'has always offered "His Own Views of the Education-
and a Cub Pack ,plus an Explorer year 1959-60 are: president, Mrs. adult support and supervision to al System and Working System in
unit. Walton told the Club that the" Sue Spaulding; first ,vice-president, the Stac House. An adult member Russia." This speech has since
only thing holding back Port St. Mrs. Joe Stevens; second vice-pres- of the PTA ,has always been on been broadcast over Radio station
-Joe's Scouting activities were adult ident, L. W. Porter; recording see- hand Saturday evenings from: Au- WJOE.
volunteer Workers. 'The boys are retary, Mrs. William Wager; cor- gust 15 to the present An average -` The next meeting 'of the High
there", he 'said, 'The' worker',s are responding secretary, Mrs. Bill of 75 students participated in ac- Sciool P.-T. A. will be held the
not". Whaley; treasurer, Howard Blick; tivities scheduled each week. I fourth Thursday evening in Jan-
SWalton said that the Gulf-Sands parliamentarian, Tom Coldewey: Projects for the year are as fol- 'uary,.1960.
District had outgrown its old camp
'site atCamp Big Heart and had S L s
purchased 100 acres ot land near
De Funiak Springs for a new and N h s L. ia '
larger camp site. .
Guests ot the club were Howard St. Joe traveled to Chipley last their own 10. Drew Hall got off a the Sharks held a slim 7-6 lead.
Lovett and Willie 'Daniell of the Friday night 'and suffered their beautiful quick kick that rolled.tb The Sharks iput together a nice
Key Chlub, Byron Petty of Panama second conference loss of this the Chipley 30 where Musselwhite drive late in the quarter that fea-
City and Joe Parrot, traffic mana- season with a hard fought 12-7 de- jarred the carrier loss from the ball tured some nice running by Bobby
ger of 'St. Joe Paper Company. .
tion 'they sell whether a new .one
or a renewal. Their cut is, natural-
Jy, larger tor new saubscription3s
than for renewals..
It your subscription is due or you
'know of someone who doesn't take
The Star, call a Scout and ,give him
a chance to make some money to
Scouts Selling Subscriptions hel-p pay 'his way to the jamboree
For Jamboree Money next summer.
The Boy Scout Troop, 4-7 began P',
this week selling subscriptionss to Want Ads Get Resi lE
The Star. The Scouta are getting a
commission from every subscrip- GO TO CF'RCTIH SUNDA Y '
Big Parade Will Open Annual PTA
Sponsored Event At 3:00 P.M.
The annual Port St. Joe Elementary Schlool P.-T. A. Hallo-
we'en Carnival will'be an event of this Saturday, according to the
President. William H. Winters. The Carnival will be held at the
end of Fifth Street in the City Park.
Youths Will "Trick
Treat" for UNICEF
"Tri-kk or Treat for UNiCEF"
will again be conducted on Hallo-
oe'en evening and night 'by the
young f ilk-. 'jrt St. JoO. accou d-
ing to Mrs. Gus Creeh.
"Trick or Treat .for UNICE'" :s
endorsed 'by more 'organizations,
clubs, schools, churches and youth
leaders every year -because the sick
and ,hungry children of the world
have become the beneficiaries of a
fine old Anierican tradition. A new,
heartwarming dimension has been
added to Hallowe'en.
The children will be identified by
orange armbands and .will collect
change for this wonderful purpose
on Hallowe'en evening. All children
collecting the change will turn it
over to Mrs. Gus Creech 'at the car-
nival grounds between 7:00. and
9:00 p.m. Saturday. Mrs. Creech
will send the. funds to the United
Nations where they will be used to
purchase food for.needy children
throughout. the world.
In Wreck Sunday
An auto driven by Miss Joyce
Wynn and one driven by Arthur
Lupton collided on Woodward Ave-
r.ue Sunday about noon near 16th
Street, according to local police.
The police report said that Lup-
ton started to -turn around on
Woodward and was struck in the
the side by the Wynn auto.
There were no injuries but both
cars suffered considerable damage.
No charges were filed.
Send The Star To A Friend
.The afternoon's festivltles will
begin with a big -parade down. Reid
Avenue Saturday afternoon ,to end
at the Carnival grounds.
The parade will be marshalled
by Carey E. Floore. All participants
for 'the .parade will be at the new
AN Railroad building at -the north
end -of Reid Avenue at 2:30 :p.m.
for ,placing in 'the parade line by
parade marshall Floore. The big
parade will be led by tie Port St.
Joe police department, followed by
the Hign School Band. Behind the
band will come the gally costumed
youths, kindergartens, boy scouts,
cu'b scouts and anyone who wishes
Prizes will be awarded for the
best in costumes with the cash
prize going to the school home
room of the winners ;
At 3:30 p.m- all the booths at
the CArnival will 'be open for busi-
ness. The booths will be as follows.
White Elephant Auction.
First grade: Fishpond, Balloons
and darts. .
Second Grade: Drinks, ,popcorn,
hot dogs, lucky eggs..
Third grade: Homemade 'candy,
Snowballs, Coffee and Sliced Cake.
Fourth Grade: Hamburgersi.
Fifth Grade: Nailing the Log,
Sixth Grade: Milk Bottle Throw,
Bean Bag Throw, Bowling Alley,
Hats on the Dolls.
Everyone is urged to attend this
big -event to help the PTA in their
only money raising activity of the
Home On Leave
Michael Roche is spending a
leave here- .with his parents,, Mr.
and Mrs. W.-'C. Roche. Michael is
stationed in Texas with the Air
into Chipley .territory before bog- in every major game they have
going 'down and had to give .up the ,played this year 'and have managed.
ball with but 45 seconds remaining 'to more than hold their own with
in the. game. Chipley managed to all of them, Blountstown, in spite of
V' t, the hands -of the Chtpley and Terry- Porttr reco-Vered. -The Burkott. It looked like, the Sharks--run out the clock and were the will- their size, have just played medi-
,rs. The Sharks, played. one of Sharks werP set back 20 Y "d on would cr u h lc agtu tr fa1- ia cr. ocre football this year. They man-
r* finest games,' but injurieshurt -two mass attempts then Ewdoin with them On the Chiplev 20. The Sharks played under a hand- aged a 35-0 trouncing of Boulfay
Shark's off ense. tossed a screen paass to.Jimmy Daw- 3rd Quarter icap with two of their front line last week after tying little Bristol
1st Quarter son who. broke lo-ose, behind some Both team fought toD a standstill- players Sidelined with injur-ies. and another confu -sing tie, with
tJoe won the opening kickoff beautiful interference for a-50 yard in the'third period. The Sharks put Quarterback Bob Munnan ul Chattahoochee. Game time will be
and Bobbv Burkett took bad TD. Willie Daniel] Ib ooted the extxa up a beautiful goal line stand to 'back Frank Griffin both suffered 8:30 p.m. Port-St. 'Joe time.
bounce and could not move past the
12 yard line. The Sharks, 'trying to
pass out of the hole, were racked
up by 'the charging Chipley defense
and were forced to punt. Chipley
took the ball on the St. Joe 40 and
moved right 'down the field to score
but the touchdown was.nullified by.
a penalty. On the next play St. Joe
recovered' 'a' Chipley fumble on
point and the Sharks went ahead
7-0.. + :
Chipley struck for an early -score
in the second quarter. Despite some
defensive work by the Sharks,
Chipley put together a 25 yard
drive that 'ended in a fourth down
TD from the? 2-yard line, Chipley
missed ,the extra .point attempt and
stave off the surging Tiger team.
Both teams fought to a standstill
in the first half of the fourth quar-
ter. Chipley finally was able to. cap-
italize on a St. Joe fumble on their.
bwn 45 and turned it into a touch-
down. However, the Sharks -fought
back desperately in the final min-
utes of the game and moved deep
injuries in the Leon game and are '
expected to be out of 'the lineup for
several weeks. Friday night the
Sharks travel to Blountstown to 1
take on the Tigers of that city.
Blountstown will probably be the
biggest team in size that the Sharks
will meet this season. This will be
old stuff to the scrappy Sharks be-
cause they have been outweighed
........ First Downs ..---.........
...... Yards Rushing .:
.....- Yards Passing .....
.-- Total. Offense _.-_.
..... Passes Attempted
-...- Passes Completed .
....... Passes Intercepted ....
1 ........ Fumbles Lost 1
10' ---. Yards Penalized --. 85
Long Avenue Baptist Circle Meetings Y
The Long Avenue Baptist Wo- one visitor, Mrs. Durel Brigman
rnau' Missionary Society met in president of the WMU. Taking par
circles to discuss the October Roy- on~the progra were Mrs. Joe Fer
a' Service program on Hong Kong. rell, Mrs. H. L. Ford, Mrs. J. C
EoI- KonA and Macao .h ve for Lucas, Mrs. W. D. Sykes, Mrs. M
many bund!eds of years been lead- L. Britt and Mrs. Braxton. .Th
ing centers of trade. Along with the meeting was closed with prayer by
buyers and sellers of goods came Mrs, Brig.man. The next meetingn
tuse interested in the most pre- will be in the home of. Mrs. Britt.
c ou products of the area-its peo- Circle No. Two met Tuesda:
pie. Southern Baptists entered this morning in the home of Mrs. T. D
.J -a as early as 1840. Hutchins. There were six member
Circle No. One met in the home present. Before the ,program dis
o \1 rs. T. J. Braxton Tuesday morn- cussion, new officers were elected
ing with six members present and for the coming year. The Novembe
Grades 7-12 -- It's football time again and
Time again for the Original
SSHARK SCORE BOARD
Brought to You Again This Year with Fun for All!
--- LAST WEEK'S WINNER -
Pick up your Free Entry Blank at our Store.
Watch The Star for each week's winner
'meeting will be with Mrs. H. F.
Hall at St. Joe Beach.
Circle No. Three met Wednes-
day afternoon with Mrs. Joe Alli-
good. Seven members were pres-
, ent. 'Mrs. H.. Y. Zipp.erer, Circle
%t Chairman, opened the meeting with
' scripture reading. Officers for the
- new year were elected. The pro-
. gram chairman, Mrs. Hilton Lewis,
e presented the program trom -hte.
y Royal Service. The. meeting was
g closed with prayer.
Circle No. Four met Tuesday
y evening in *the home of Mrs. N. G.
- Martin. Mrs. Kenneth Bateman was
s in charge of the program. Officers
w- ere elected; and 'the next meeting
d set for November 10 with Mrs.
r Fred Perry. Members present were
Mrs. James Traweek, Mrs. Lamar
Hill Mrs: J. D. Griner, Miss Alma
B4ggelt, Mgrs. Perry, Mrs. Bate-
man and- Mrs. Martin.
Circle No. Five held their Octo-
ber meeting in the home of Mrs.
Billy Barlow at St. Joe Beach. Six
members were present. The meet-
ing opened with prayer by MrS. J.
D. Clark, atter which Mrs. Frank
Pol., Circle Chairman, presented
the program. Members were asked
to participate with other lcircles in
,preparing *a Thanksgiving box for
the children's home in Lakeland.
New .circle officers were elected as
follows: Chairman, Mrs. Frank
Pool; program chairman, Mrs. Jew-
el Hinote; secretary-treasurer, Mrs.
Wesley R. Ramsey; mission study
chairman, -Mrs. Billy Barlow; pray-
- ,' ?, "... ,, ..
Thurs. :.- .
-, Nov. 5
*.- .. : ,.- *; "
I S'. .
MR. LOUIS MATTHEWS
will present bm Cl t traveling display of new
fabrics for Custom Clothes designed by \ e4 4t 0.
You are cordially invited to see this outstanding presentation.
1 MEN & BOY'S WEAR
"Outfitters for Dads and Lads
410 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-8171
er chairman, Mrs. Gene Fowler;
community missions chairman, Mrs.
W. H., Howell; stewards-hip chair-
man,- Mrs. J. D. Clark; social chair-
man, Mrs. John Core; young .ipeo-
p1e and children's home-chairman,
Mrs. M. H. Conger; -publicity, Mrs.
Wseley R. Ramsey. Mrs. M. H. Con-
ger dismissed the group with pray-
er. The.November meeting will be
with Mrs. J. D. Clark.
Mrs. St. Clair Is
A surprise birthday party was
held for Mrs. J. J. StCIair of 228.
Sixth Street last Thursday. A sup-
per of hamburgers, steak- and
gree nsalad, potato salad, birthday
cake, coffee -and ice .tea was ser-
ved by her husband, J. J. St Clair
and sister-in-law, Mrs. Bill Humph-
rey and her sister, Mrs. Jay L.
Holds Meeting Harrison.
Those attending were Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Parrish of Wewahitch-
-Circle No. Four of the First Me- ka, W. B. Humphrey and family,
-thodist WSCS met in the-homne of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harrison and:
Mrs. Joe Hendrix at 9: t',mn.Oc- fa-milty of White City; Billy and
-tober 19. The meeting ope-'d with June Parrish, Marion Parrish of
the Lord's Prayer, with;i -r.:j. L. Wewahitchka; Carl Rham-es and
Sharit, chairman, presl ft family, and J. G. Clark.
A short business st84 'n" was The party was a surprise affair.
,held. The treasurer's .% .pl was Mrs. St. Clair received many lovely
given by Mrs. J. C. Belin -ti;e so- gifts.
eial service report b s Leo- ----------- --
nard Be!in. METHODIST INTERMEDIATES
Mrs. Virginia Harrsi r-Was in ELECT OFFICERS
-:-,,V '.-: The Internimediate II class:. of the
charge -of the progrqi .,-,o.United First M methodist Church elected of-
Nations. Those taklhg.,-par were: ficer las tSunday. They were as
Mrs. Ed Ramrusey. Mrs.- Jde'-Hndr x. follows: President, Katrina Parris;
Mrs. J. Lamar Miller. Mrs. Leonard vice-pe.ident, Kitty Jones; secre-
Belin, Mrs. Gus Creech and Mrs. tary. Ellen cisso; treasurer, Ma-
Beoldn. rie 'Dickey; reported, Mary Lyons.
Refreshments were served to the Aft er electing officers the class
eight members and one visitor pres- studied a lesson on the "History
nt. ,ot the Church Throuigh the Cen-
__The meeting was closed with the tu.ie-" C
WSCS benediction -
Highland View PTA
The Highland View-PTA will pre-
sent its annual Hallowe'en carnival
The carnival will' be held at the
Highland View Elementary School
beginning at: 4:30 p.m.
Featured-ait the carnival will be
booths dispensingi all kinds of good
food, games and tun for all.
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A Coffee was held Thursday
morning for wives of the employees
of Michigan Chemical Company at
the home of Mrs. Charles Ewing on
Those attending were Mrs. Mark
Frimodig, Mrs. M. Kerr, Mrs.
Charles Jacoby, Mrs. Bruce Dwig-
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SMisS Patricia Ann Hays Becomes Bride of Lt. James Ira
M .....r nn a CO e
Philydw In Impressive Ceremony On October 17
Miss Patricia Ann Rays: and Mr. ---- ..
James Ira: Philyaw 'were Wnited- in* l-
- marriage at a ,hWlf past. four o'clock -':--
ceremony. Saturday afternoon,- Oc-O
Stoller 17th, in the First* Methodist
Church, of- Apalachicola with the'-
-R ev. John M:: Bracnkman 'officiatin.g. m --
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Ryan Hays and
*t e bridegroom's. pareht's are Mr. .
ada Mrs. IHomb Carlton Philyaw of. '
Port 9t. Ioe.
he church was decorated with .."' .
:three arrangements of whiteo chrys-
anthemums .an4 gladiosll.P a 1mi
were lntere spresed with .seven '
branched candelabra in the altar
and simlax andasparagus fern were -
entwined in rhe altar rail' and on
the 'choir loft., -'-
.. ces-for the families of the
young ccyuple w.re marked with I "
white satin 'ribbons ari.d florets of
gladioli and white OGtober Flower.
SMrs. Robert L. Howell, III was
the organist an' -rr Wesley Chest-
Sit: was: solist. .
Miss. Frances- Hays, slater of the
: bride, was the 'maid of, honor. The
bridesmaids were Mrs. Ellison Con-
rad of Tallahassee, Mrs. Joseph
'.Wise,: Jr._ of -.aflesrllle, Mrs. Don-
aid Jaeger o6f:Winter Park, sister of
the groom, and Miss Penelope --
, Hickas. :1a -*"- "
SMis- Dell Reams"of- Oreenville, Wise, Jr., of Gainesi'Ule and Sam-
..cousin of the bride, was the flower uel--'tay of Gainesville.
girl and Thomas Bishop of Madi- MrH. Hayes chose for her daugh-
son, cousin of tibe bride, lighted the ter's 'wedding, a tea length sheath
Candles. af .gilk spean de sole -and' alencon
Given In marriage by her father, lace .in Dresden'-iblue. The bodice
:'-the bride wore a .traditional full of lace was acEuted .with -draped
length: gown of de-lustered satin chiffon at the waistline which
and re-embroidered alencon lace in formed a 'panel ,down the 'back. She
candlelight. The closely molded bo- wore 'matching shoes .and long
dice waa af re-embroidered lace white kid gloves. Her -hat was of
and featured a bateau neckline and iridescent sequins&and tiny'pearls.
long tapered sleeves ending in cal- Her corsage was a white purple
la poin:at at the wrist. Princess throated catteya orchid.
lines accented 'tei4ull 'bellshaped. The bridegroom's" mother was
satin skirt,. which was designed gowned-ja a sheath of biege lace
.wifth an obi sash and with lace:ap- er matching taffeta and a close
plaques at the back. Theskirt sWept fitting hat of'fl,:,wr petals. -She
'into a fall cathedral train. i Her n. ha of .cesres S
"'.-" l Her ,were n atchiig ,accesories and a
three tiered pout veil of i-mported brown cymbidiumorchid corsage.
allk Illusion, was. attached to a Mr. C".. Bryan Pamer. of,:*alla-
Mary Stuart cap of matching lace, *hassee, paternal .grandmother of
encrusted in ,tiny seed pearls., hte bride. wore a tea .length .heath
She carri d -Itwte Bible topdp of matelene crepf in, Baltic blue.
with a white~orchid, bride's roses It was designed with. a shallow
and stephonotis'and a shower of hopedd neckline and lbow -length
Satin ribons. lseeves. Maicling .affeta was Soft-
Her attendants wore identical fang
Nly draped at th, sais-tine. falling
Stresses ot pure silk organza over t, t e .de. atch-
taffeta`an sapphire blue. -They were g fathered small at
designed with sweetheart necklines completed her -ostume. Her cor-
and shirred-1elbow length sleeves.'-lsage wasof wu lte reosebuda. :
The snug empire waists outlined Mrs. Francis WellsReanis of Au-
wlLh matching appliqueds of velvet ia, maternal grandibother of the
leaves, ,.acented tle, .volun -us bride, wote a -gown of' black crepe
pouffed skirts .that were short "in the wia4t- wamade 'of 'blac
.. front .id floor length in 'back. Tiny f^ace over fih tiffeta.. Her cor-
circular nose veils were attached s o pink oseud.-
to hands of matching velvet flow-age was of ..sbud -
*. o r. ?* Tne receptiona.*t611wingmh cere-
ers and leaves. Dyed .to match .a- The option win the cere-
-tin hdes and:. short white kid money, was held a't 'the ._'ome o.the'
gloves completed their ensembles. bride's parentt. A.: angemient of
: Thy carried cascade bouquets of1 pink gladiuli,' asters,_ gypsophila
yelloww and bronze chrysantbernunis 'and sweetheart' ros6s were used
..Madde with a background of fall throughout the jrce"ption rooms.
leaves and yellow- satin- ribbon.: The' bride's table covrved with an
The flower girl wore 'a replica imported Italian cutwork and filet
- of the dresesse -worn by the other lace cloth, was centered with a
attendants, .and scattered yellow ,three-tiered wedding cake decorat-
:rose ,petals from a yellow;; basket. ed with live white carnations in"
The bridegroom's father,' Homer swag ,design and topped with an
C. Philyaw 'of Port St. Joe, was arrangement of white 'iiport'ed il-
the best man. Ushers were Paul lusion and tiny wedding bells. An-
Rlamsey of Port St. Joe, Ellison tique candelabra, -decorated with
Gonrad of Tallahassee, Joseph illusion and wedding bells; ,'flanked
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the wedding cake. Coffee frappe
and punch were served from silver
punch bowls front .a table covered
with an imported cloth and cen-
tered with a silver eperne of 'pink
carnations and gypsophila.
The guests were greeted-at the
door 'by Mrs. Elgin S. Wefing" and
were introduced to the receiving
line by Mrs. ,Hubert A. Drennen.
';Cutitng 'the cake were Mrs. Grif-
fin Bishop of Madison,. ,aunt of hte
bride and' Mrs. Edmund .Wright,
Jr., of Eau Gallie, 'sister of the
Pouring punch and coffee frappe
were Mrs. T. J. Hicks, Jr., Mrs.
Frederick Sjwyei. Mrs. Francis G.
Lovett, Mrs. J. V. Gander, Mrs. C.
C. Land and Mrs. G. Rodman Por-
Passing chicken salad sandwiches
fro silver baskets 'were FrAn
Bishop of Madison and Anne Pate
Wright of Eau Gallie, dressed in
floor lengthldresses of 'pink nylib
net 'over taffeta with matching'
Floor- hostesses were:' Mrs.
Thowmas G. Alsobrook of Port St.
Joe, Mrs. Harry G. Fannin of Pan-
ama City, Mrs. George -L. Wing,
Mrs. L. G. Buck, Miss Carrie Lee
Surtton, 'Miss Emily Porter, Miss
Julia Grace Harrison and Mrs. John
The bride's book was kept by'
Mrs. Alfred Shuler, Miss Alice
Whitehead of Gainesville, Ga., and
Miss Frances Louis.
A costume -suit of wool in bisque
and cocoa-was chosen by 'the bride
for her traveling outfit. The slim
two-toned 'sheath had a sabrina
neckline and elbow sleeves. The
short 'cropped jacket was a match-
ing two-tone. Her hat was of dark
brown with bisque trim and her ac-
cessories were ,of brown lizard. She
wore the orchid from her wedding
Mr. and MrS. Philyaw will be at
-home in Savannah, Georgia after
November 1, where 'the groom is a
lieutenant in the United States Air
Force and stationed at Hunter Air
Among the out-of-town guests
attending the wedding were Mrs.
Francis W. Reams, Aucilla, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank H. Reams and Miss
Dell Reams of Greenville, Mr. and
Mrs. Griffin Bishop, Tommyr and
Fran' Bishop of Madison, Miss Lo-
rene Reams, Valdosta, Ga., Dr. and
MIrls. 'Thomas M.,. Palmer, Harry
Gibson, Mrs. Andrew. Arrants of
Jacksonville, Mr. and rMs. Goal
Henry and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Reams of Aucilla, Mr. and Mrs
-.Henry Floyd of Lamont, Mr. and
Mrs. S. E. Teague, Mrs. George S.
Kilner, Cindy Kilner, Mr. and Mrs.
Royal Mattice, Royal Mattice, Jr.,
Dr. and Mrs. George S. Palmer, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Palmer, Mr. and
.Mrs. Stephn Watkins, Mr. and Mrs.
Julian Pootor, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan
Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Ellison Con-
rad, Mrs. J. W. Oven, Will Oven,
Judge and Mrs. Benjamin Willis,
Mrs. Charles Ausley, Mrs. Carl
Shepherd, Mrs. Ruth Umlah and
Mrs. Gene Fitchner of Tallahassee,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wise, Jr., Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Gray, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas E. Duncan, Mrs. Dick
Philyaw of Gainesville; Mrs. Er-
nest Scott, Mrs. Lamber Freeman
of Jonesville, La.; Mrs. Harry G.
Fannin, Panama City; Miss Carrie
Lee Sutton, Fort Gaines, Ga.; Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas G. Alsobrook,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Porter, Mr.
and Mrs. Ned S. Porter, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Ramsey,. Miss Mary Dell
Ramsey, M. and Mrs. Elmore God-
frey, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dare, Mr. THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1959 .ED SMITH MAKES
and Mrs. J. L. Sharit, Mr and Mrs. KAPPA ALPHA FRAT -
J T. Ricetson, Mr and Mrs Leo- T AUBURN,. ALA.-President Ed
nard-Belin,Miss Ann Belin, Mr. Fath Bible Church Installs The die Kern of the Auburn Inter-Fra
and Mrs. Gus Creech, Misses Kay, eternity Council .announces the
Celia and Beth Creech, Mr. and George M llr rst Pnames of new fraternity pledges
Mrs. Ralph Rich, Mrs. J. B. Gloeck- l"for the fall. quarter. Pledging Kap-
ler, Mrs. Ralph Faulkner, Mrs. Mel- pa Alpha fraternity is Ed Smith of
viii Johnson,. Mrs. Robert Bellows, The Faith Bible Church of Port and pti], ,: 1 return of Christ, and Port St. Joe.
.Mrs. Verna Smith,. Paul. Ramsey, St. Joe has installed'their new pas- that' wit.iout faith in Christ there
Mr. and Mrs. Otto/Anderson, Mr. tor, Rev. George L. Miller. Pastor is no salvation. TERRY HINOTE MAKES
and Mrs. Ferrell Allen, Jr., Mr. and Miller is from Baltimore, Maryland, The past6&r answered the church's DELTA CHI FRAT
- Mrs. L. G. Shealy, Mr. and Mrs. and is a graduate of Dallas Theolo- call being in full accord with these AUBURN,- ALA.-President Ed-
Jimmy Greer of Port St:Joe; Mr. gical Seminary, Dallas; Texas, fandanmeutal doc,-triun sand shall en- die Kern of the Auburn Inter-Fra-
and Mrs. J. Allison Banks, Boyn- whree he majored in both Hebrew d-avor to ftolfill. hii; duties of ex- eternity Council announces ,the
ton Beach; Lieut. Col. and Mrs. E. and Greek, -the original languages pounding Christ-centered messages names of new fraternity .pledges
A. Wright, Miss Anne Pate Wright, of the Bible. His wife's name is from the Word of God. He is ready for the fall quarter. Pledging Delta
Eau Gallie; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Edwina and they have no children, to help any. who are in spiritual Chi fraternity is Terrence Wilton
C. Jaeger, Mrs. John C. Ellis, Miss The address of 'the pastor is 1505-B need for he "came to minister, not Hinote of Port St. Joe.
Libby Hood, 'Winter Park; Mrs. L. Monument Avenue. to be ministered to." -
R. Sanders, Miss Anne Lee Allison, The Faith Bible Church is a non- All are invai.ei to come to the
Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. George E. denominational church. whose sole services which are temporarily be-
Philyaw, Sarasota; Mrs. Harley is to exalt Jesus Christ.
uod, Perry; Cat. and Mrs. The members believe in the funda-ing held in the High School Audi- CLASSIFIEDADS
Jack .Wtts Charleston, S C; Mr mental held by the Church in past torium at 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
and Mrs Thomas E Roers; ges regarding inspiration of te eac unay. The invitation s es-
alsonville, Ga.; Mr. -and Mrs scriptures th vlrgi brtho peo al extended to those who Gat Retun
George Y. Core, Wewahitchka;Mr. Chris th deathand re rectio ave o permanent church home. Ga
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TALLAHASSEE The Florida ,
Hway Patroi week arned Slash Pine SeedlingsStilAvailable
parents that -those little autos with
,the l when r typet o egin are To Landowners Says Forest Service
own backyard and can be as deadly
as ,they are cute. TALLAHASSEE Some .slash seedlings can be obtained from the
Word comes l almost da.ly to ,pine seedlings are still available at nearest Florida Forest Service of
Word comes in almost daily to I- --------
the Florida Highway. Patrol about.
mishaps involving children who
ride them outside of their own
yard, and information from several
state law *enforcement. agencies
shows measures are being taken
to curb .heir unaupervised use by
Patrol Comdr. H. N. Cirkman
warned parents that .those little
putt-putt miniatures asre just as
much a part of traffic as a grown-
up's 'auto once ,they leave home,
and In most cases twice as deadly.
It sla against the law to drive in
Florida unless you are 14. And then
only with a practice license and
with a licensed driver in the seat
"That ends the story right
there," declared Col. Kirkman.. "It
takes no more than a small child,
let alone grown Up too, to fjll he
seat of a putt-putt."
Of course, if your boy or girl' is
of the legal driving age of 16, and
has a driver's license then he or
she may drive those cute little
"boogers" that are taking over
where tricycles- left off In some
families. But ift Junior or Sis do
choose one,-make sure of thee re-
quirementi.' Is it properly equlp-
ped. with lights, can it atop In 40
feet from 20 ,miles iper hour, (or
corresponding deceleration rate)
and does it have brakes on at least
two wheels with, two separate
means of applying brakes independ-
ently? (Oh yes, we know they run
alow-- bt .have young ever been
trompled 'by a slow ,moving cow?)
A license tag is also required on
,these cars when used on the public
roadways. Do they meet the re-
quirements of, good driving and
"Well ift they don't, then keep
them in your own. backyard," warns
teh Florida Highway Patrol. Chil-
dren are being injured when par-
ents allow these little vehicles to
be used on streets and highways.
To Visit City
Veterans of Gult County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits wader the GI Bill, may recLeve
guidance from Jim Weant, Assist-
ant State Service, Officer.
Went will visit this area next
wek efor the purpose of helping
veterans or their dependents in fil-
ing claiins for compensation bene-
fits or solving *their insurance prob-
lems. This free service includes as-
sisitance to employers of veterans
under the GI Bill, Vocational Train-
ing, Subsistence or other problems.
During hist visit in this area
Weant may be contacted at he
City Hall in Port St. Joe from 10:00
to 11:00 a.m. November A.
Flora uFore st Service urserles
sfor shipment to landowners, Forest
Management OChief R. A. Bonnirng-
hausen reported tbis week.
Loblolly, catalpa, and. tuelo gumn
also are available. -
"All other. species are sold out,"-
Bonninghauseu said. "Landowners
who plan to take advantage of the
extra supply-of slash pine seedlings
ice, county agricultural agent., Su
technician, or ASC office.
Seedlings-are produced In Florida
Forest Service nurseries for sale at
no cost to lajndovners.-- Prices have
'been set -.this year at $4.00 per
thousand for slash pine seedlings.
Bonninghausen said- that payinent
'must accompany all seedling appli-
should get in their orders innmed- cations. The check or money order
BonnMngha'usen said this year is
a favorable time to pplant seedlings
due to the heavy rainfall..
Application forms for orderIng
should be made payable to the Flor-
id-a Board of Forestry. ACP and
Conservation Reserve purchase or-
ders .also will be accepted.
Landowners may pick up their
seedlings at the nurse-ry, have them
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:15 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
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MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.
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"Individual orders -not exceeding Just south of Punta Gorda.
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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP, 7:80 p.m.
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* Drugs Baby Needs
O $4Million Paid By
Soc. Sec. In 7 County Area
OuLIml- Ott^ I~ vrMeny iic1
As of last February 8,217 people were going to people who. have re-
in seven Northwest Florida Coun- tired and their dependents or to Our-
-ties-Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes,
Jaieckson,. Walton and. Washington,-
were receiving social security bene-
fits atL the rate-i $4,518,97-2.00 a
year, John V., Carey, District Man-
ager. of the Panama City Social
-Security ftilce, said this week.
bMost of the benefits, $4,248,456.00,
vivors of insured workers who have
died. However, 233 disabled peo-
ple, age 50 'but under, retirement
ag= and 118 of their dependents
were receiving $270,516.00 -a year.
Social security benefits are in-
,tended .primarily for -the *rbenefi
clary's financial security, Carey ad-
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SPECIAL PARTIES INVITED
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S and a Friendly Atmosphere
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Phone Carrabelle MYrtle 7-8825
ded. However, the payment of $248,-
220.00. a year in Gulf County helps
business because most -of the mon-
ey is .-spent immediately for food,
clothing and other .neet-,ssities. Na-
tionally, more t-han 10 billion dol-
lars -a year were .being paid as of.
February, 1P59. In the State of
Florida alone; 392,875 -people were
receiving $293,850,084.00 a year.
The increase in -benefits and in
O.r studies coatiue to stW that
some people lose valuable social
security insurance benefits Carey
added. There are a variety of rea-
sons for this loss. Some people say
they didn't need the mohey, others
-thought they had to prove that they
needed the -money, some didn't
know that survivor ,p)otaetloh was
available, many rfaited ,to-receive-
credit .for .their earnings 'because
,the necessary tax .reports were not
made and others failed to -under-
stand that an-tapplication must be
made 'before -a benefnl can be ,paid
Social Security District Offices
exist throughout the United States
so that people 'may claim their ben-
efits, may- learn their rights *,hd
respoiinlbilities- under' thiis Govern-
'the num ber of b-nefici3rle. is ac- ment insurance .system anda receive
counted for by two factors, Carey necessary assistance in establish-
c-ntn".Ued OnC aycor ivoe eing their right-to benefits, Carey
long ,tOtem growth of dheaged c u.oncluded. Thie staff in ,each Socal
lation and the increasing proporio Security Office i. especially train-
of the aged population eligible for ed for ...this work and'will help ou
benefits. -This can be expected to prove your ase;e. In this connection,
continue. The Lother factor, the 1958 TV Station WJDM, Channel 7, Psi-
A hendments to .the Social Security- ama Gity., will begin a series of
Law, rdised-'benefits about 7% on Social- Security Public Servidce po-
the average and set up 'benefit gramS on Monday, November 2. at
rights for additionalpeople. Uner 6:45 p.m. Informational pamphlets
the 1958 .Amendments, dependents explaining social security for wo.4-
of ,disabled workers and additional ers, employers aud rbthe self-employ-
dependent ,parents were made eli- ed are available free of charge in
gible. Nationally, the average all Dfatriot Offices and representa-
monthlv benefits being paid in Feb. ties are available to meet with
,r:ary, "1959. w ere:'retired worker, your, club or other group a.t all
$67.50; retired couple, $119.40 and times. The office for this -area is
widow with two young children, located at 1135 Harrison Avenue.
$165.00. The maximum paymentt to Panama City. The telephone nunil-
a family group is $254.00 a month., 'er is POplar 3.5331.
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SfME tAft, P Art t. J6b, Florida THURSDAY, 66NfBER 20, 105 .
Boy Scouts of America To Observe
Golden Jubilee At 1960 Jamboree
SIn 1960 the Boy Scouts of.- Ameri-
ca will celebrate a Golden Jubilee,
-Fifty Years ,of service to .the.youth
There wil 'be many events during
the 1960 celebration. Big event dur-
ing this year of celebration, will be.
the 5.th National Jamiboree at Colo-
rado. Springs, Colorado, near the
Air Porc eAcademy, July 22-28. Ov-
er 50,000 Scouts from 'a!- over the
world will attend.
The Giulf Coast -Councll is plan-
ning to send four troops, to ths
Jamboree* Each troop will have 37
Scouts and three adult leaders. The
total number in t.bhe contingent will
.r i60: -
. The contingent will leave Pensa-
'cola July 19, 1960 on four air con-
ditioned' buses. The tour will take
the Scouts to ,iuch ,places se New
Orleans, Houstou.t Texas, San An-
tonio, the Alamo, Carlsbad-C'averns,
El Paso, Juarez in Old Mexico,
White Sands, Alberqueque. One of
the highlights of the trip ,will b:e
a four day stop over- at Philmont
Scout Ranch in New Mexico.
-The ret-urn trip will carry the
delegation htroiugh Amarillo, Fort
Worth, Vick-sburg and into Penxa-
At ,the present time "180 A apllca-
lions have .been received.
The Boy Scouts ot America con-
duct National Jamboi ees every four
years. The last Jamboree was held
In 1957 at Valley Forge. Pa. Among-
the 12 leaders going are: 'Jobhn
Simpson, Port St. Joe &and Robert
McDonald of Panama -City.
The .purpose of the.e Jamboree is:
1. To 'bring to boys and leaders
a clearer understanding of and a
deeper sense of coinmittment ,to -the
ideals of Scoiting.
2. To- ,build, both for those who
attend ahan- those Who remain at
home, a deep -pride in belonging to
one of the free world's great youth
S 3. To dhow America and -the
world the atriosphere and objec-
tive of a huge youth ,gathering, as
conducted- by a great youth -move-
ng ment in a free' society.
Ut- 4. To give boys.a, rich and genu-
ine Scouting experience ,of which
they can truly say, "This is Seout-
in.g at.- its'best. -
5. -To' establish-and promulgate
.Scouting activitieS and met hods,
... ich will thid .their way into the
regular programs of units across
6. To help boys know and love
America through- .
a. Learning more about -the prin-
ciples and history of our democ-
b. Living and sharing with boys
from all parts of the nation and
c. Seeing America en route to
and from the Jamboree.,
In July 1960, 50,000 Scouts will
be camping "a mile high". Among
those. 50,000 will -be 160 Jr. Ambas-
sadors- .rom the Gulf Coast area.
ST. JAMES CHURCH t
Rev..G 0. D. Underhll, Vicar
All Saints' Day, Sunday, Novem-
ber 1. 7:30 a&M. Celebration of the
Holy Communion. 0:45 -a.m., Chura
School. 11:00 a.m. Celebration of
the Holy CommuAiitnn and: sermon.
This is our family ,ervfce. 7:00
ip'.m. The E pisoopal young;OChurcih-
The public i cordially Invited to
worship with .s and ia assured of
a warm welcome.
Midge t nivestmenta With
Official Poster of the Fifth National Jambor6e
More than 50,000 Boy Scouts, post offices and other servii
Explorers and leaders from all for the largest gathering of be
?arts of the nation and some in the Western Hemisphere. I
'rom other lands will camp to- Jamboree campers, all of the
,ether at the Fifth Natiqnal twelve years old or older,
Famboree, July 22-28, 1960. he od mea ,hoe ar
A 2,000-acre site at Reverse J displays, campfires, demonstr
diamondd Ranch' in Colorado lions, skill contests, and inte
springs, Colorado, is being pre- camp 'visits during the sev
?ared for the jamboree. It day event. i
2vill have its ownPwater supply, t Outstanding Americans wI
electricity, telephone service, take part in the principal event
No "numbers, game" this. We can actually sell you a
brand-new Mercury Monterey 2-door Sedan for just
$72 more than you'd pay for the best of the "low-
price name" cars with comparable equipment includ- -
ing automatic transmission, heater-defroster and
radio! $72-that's all-and we'll put you in the best-
built, best-looking, best-riding car on the road. Come
rn in today ..nnd see what we mean,
ST. JOE MOTOR
Port St. Joe
FOOD, PENNY FOR PENNY
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nutritious milk with every meal. You never ou
grow your need for milk. Serve it today.
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OTHERS BOAST ABOUT "HOLDING" THE PRICE LINE
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this invasion by shopping PIGGLY WIGGLY's teasing selection of Hal-
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tempt the grown-ups, too! For be-witchin' foods for Hallowe'en,
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TURNIPS, EARLY JUNE PEAS
Green and White LIMAS
PORK and BEANS
SPAGHETTI with TOMATO SAUCE
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that "the Stac House has gone to than one night a week by the
the dogs" and yo unirsinuation that youth, why not provide them within
you knew all along that it wouldn't
Contrary to your belief, the Stac
House has been a huge success and
has -proven beyond a doubt to those
of us with .children and those who
are interested in children .that a
Some people go years with-
out paying attention to their
health. Others'need a doctor on
hand to start the day-everyday.
Between these extremes are great
numbers of thinking people caring
for their health in an orderly man-
ner. They see their doctor at regular-
intervals'for guidance. When he
gives them a prescription they take
it to a dependi;)le pharmacy.
Buzzett's Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Florida
Port St. Joe, Florida
October 26, 1959
Mr. Wesley Ramsey,
Editor, The Star,
Port St. Joe, Florida
Dear Mr. Ramsey:
I have been chairman of the Stac
House committee since 'the youth
center opened until my resignation
on October 1. I was appointed by
hte president of ibthe Parent-Teach-
a city recreational board headed by
one member of the city commission
to operate the city's recreation and
provide a city youth director. Work-
ing with the County Board, one di-
rector could certainly 'provide all
necessary recreation for our city.
youth recreational center is a must Our children are just acting natur-
in this town. The youth must have al when they feel hurt 'and disap-
a place to meet and enjoy recrea- pointed over others using the
tion, chaperoned, or else they will building. They want a place of their
find it in other places, often inde- own and they certainly should have
You also stated in your "'editor- Let me assure you that the 'par-
lal" that the parents had let 'the ents of the teen-agers who attend
children down in not providing cha- the Stac House know what is going
perones. This remark is untrue and on. I think that someone should
I am sure that if you had investi- have 'to answer to the parents of
gated you would have found that 'this town why our children are
there was no basis for this "editor-
ial" at all.
The Stac House has 'been oper-
ating since it -opened with chaper-
ones provided by the parents of its
members. A check with the records
will show that our attendance is
far over the 'expected record. In
checking the records I can find no
indication that the attendance has
fallen off. On the contrary, it has
increased. As to your statement
that -the civic clubs have donated
$100.00 each to the Stac House for
furniture, games, etc., will you
please furnish me with a list of
these clubs that have done so. I
believe .that you will find that you
have been misinformed. To this I
'might also add that in my exper-
ience writing for newspapers,' I
found that an editor, even though
he has personal feelings toward an
issue should at all times use 'basis
of truth for 'his remarks, even for
a paper such as The Star.,
Bob Kerrigan, upon request of
the youth Stac House Committee
went before the City Commission-
ers to find out if the building was
er Association along with other a youth center. He was informed
committee chairman. I feel tha that t wa not any more and is
have done everything that could be now operated b the city as more
expected of me in this capacity. I W operated b ythe city as ore
e811evtallyin t tst 'din thyo a civic center with the youth hay-
am vitally interested in 'the youth ing two nights a weke privilege 'to
of our town and anything that con- use it. Why? I for one 'aolng with
crns them. a lot 'of people in 'the town had as-
Because of 'your articles written sumed that the building was built
In The Star on -several' occasions for the youth of the town-not just
and especially the one written on ano there ,building to be used as a
October 22, I feel that it my duty ,private meeting place or for pri-
to answer your many questions, not vate parties. The city has other
cs chairman only, but as a parent empty buildings that-culd be used
who has fought for over eight years ust .as buildings for that puldos in the
or a youth center. You have con- City Hall and the Centennial Build-
stantly criticized the Stac House aig. Why then was this building
In The 'Star and your attitude clear- taken .away from the youth in that
lyshows that you have opposed t. they cannot call it 'their own. Why
should they have .to share it with
In reply to your "editorial" of other organizations for meetings?
October 22, I 'shall attempt to an- If the city is so much inetrested
swer your absurdly foolish remark in 'the building being used' more
disregarded in their request for a
building of their own to be used
exclusively by them. Naturally as
things stand now with the 'building
being used for other things, the in-
terest in it is. and cannot be 'the
What could be more important
to the city commission than the
welfare of our children? I should
not have to ask you knowing that
you have several children of your
I 'feel that all this bad. situation
and all the many things said could
have been avoided it the. city com-
mission had, started out right in
operating the youth center and hir-
ing a director. This is the only way
that a youth center can 'be operat-
ed successfully. If not, why do oth-
er towns run their youth center in
I do- hope that this will answer
some, of your questions.
MRS. B. H. MUNN
Thank you Mrs. Munn for your
letter, but it does NOT answer my
questions. In fact it raises. some
new ones which we haven't the
space to discuss right now.
The Star has never discouraged
the Youth Center. We have con-
sistently supported such a movement
but on a& scale that a city the size
of Port St. Joe could support fi-
nancially. A check over Florida, we
believe, would show that Port St.
Joe has far more invested in youth
recreation than any other icty its
size. And, it would appear, with
less positive results.
We regret' that we failed to pay
tribute to the handful of parents
who have worked faithfully with
the Stac House. But we still con-
tend that they need more parental
help and, again, we regret this lack
of interest on the part of all par-
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1969
rire Away With Soda
,. .. Fat flare ups
in the skillet or
broiler are re-
r sponsible for four
4 2 percent of the
S ,damaging fires in
'",the country This
.' .' -o :
if home owners
would heed the
words of fire pre-
ties and take the
.' . .... -...... '" following pre-
cautions in their
S'1. Never leave
fat foods cooking
S-^) 2. Always keep
the range spot-
S lessly clean, for
S. a fat splattered
Strange is fodder
3. If the kitchen isn't equipped with a commercial fire ex-
tinguisher or if the one you have hasn't been recharged within
a specified time and is therefore useless, everyone in the family
should be familiar with the use of baking soda as a fire fighter.
-It's wise for the sake of expediency to keep a couple of
pounds of soda in a lidded container ... a coffee can, oatmeal
box or canister and mark the container FIRE in big red letters.
rhis makes it easy to dump the soda. fast, right on the base
f the fire. When heated, the soda releases carbon dioxide gas
which actually smothers the flames.
A big advantage to using baking soda as a fire extinguisher
is that soda's a pure food product. The food can be rinsed off
mad afUaIV at-+-n.. .O_
The only "phase of the Stac House We have never seen a policy yet
program has ever disagreed with that wasn't based on personal opin-
is the fact that 'the Stac House op- ion.
eration would keep children from' The Star stands by its statement
seeking "wild" entertainment. We with apologies to the faithful who
have contended 'before and still con- have cared for the affairs of the
tend that a child's parting from the "a Hue.
"straight and narrow" is the respon- _tac House.
sibility of ,the parent and not that I
of any Stac House organization. We
have no right 'to depend on the
youth organization to mold. 'the
character of our children. And if
this-. is the reason for the Stac
House, we are wasting our time.
The Stac House is wonderful for
group recreation. We support it
and we 'always will-but strictly
on the scale the city can afford.
That is our "personal opinion" Ph e 73 6
as well as the policy of The Star. Phone
By HAZEL CREAMER
Mrs. Martha Ray Mims is in the.
hospital at Pensacola. Her many
friends wish her a speedy recovery.
Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Miles and
Mr. and Mrs. Wright Miles visited
Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Miles and daughter Carol Jean.
Friends of Ike Watson regret to
Learn of his illness. Hope to see
him up and around soon.
. Pvt. E2 Jerry C. Gainous who
has been stationed at Fort Jackson,
S. C., is home for .a few days with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Gainous and -family.
Mrs. Mary Coleman is home af-
ter being a patient at the Munici-
pal Hospital for a few days. Her
many friends will be interested in
knowing she is improving.
We extend our sympathy to Mrs.
Jim Chestnut in the loss of a loved
one in De Funiak Springs this
Tony Pridgeon has recently been
a patient at the Municipal Hospi-
James' Gems. .
by JAMES STAFFORD
John Pollard visited relatives in
Blountstown during the week end.
Friends of. Mrs. B. C. Whitehead
will be interested to know she is
home and is much better. She has
been a patient in George E.
Weems Hospital at Apalachicola.
The retirement plan you
buy for tomorrow can
help meet today's needs
thanks to the
Ask your Gulf Life
MY LAS'f LsR ,JAS'0 GO10
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Phone your order in and It
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PHONE BAli 7-5431
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0. M. Taylor
221 Reid Ave.
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203 REID AVE. PHONE 7-8111
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Port St. Joe
a vingfls Hrs. 9 to 3:30, Noon Wed. & Sat.
Earnings rate on saving.
CITIZENS FEDERAL solicits your Savings Account,
Savings Earnings rate 4% per annum, compounded or
paid in cash June .30th and December 31st.
.Available when needed.
If you cannot come In person, 'MAIL Citizens Federal your
Check, Money Order or Cash for an INSURED SAFE
You will be pleased with the way your savings business
SAVINGS received by the 10th of any month
earn from the 1st of that month.
citizens a fferal naoif S
and Loan SSiB o n of port st Jos
THE' STAR, Port.St. Joe, Florida THUISDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1959
The Tattler I
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
222 REID AVE. PORT ST. OE# Fl A.
PHONE BALL. 7-4261
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL'
"Dedleated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fun" '
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
GUY N. MIDDLETON .......... Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
EARLINE SNELL .. -Ladles' and Children's Ready-to-Wear-
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
ESTHER TAYLOR MARY REEVES JIMMY STEPHENS
Boyles Discovery Days Sale Continues thru Sat.
Something New Every Day!
Both old and new -customers are making delightful discoveries
at Boyles during these Big Days. It's something like the Treasure
Hunt that's now In progress you Just don't need, to take as long
and go as far .'. the. value discoveries are easily made herel
Mrs. B. spent the first part of the week in Atlanta, Ga., attend-
ing a Merchandise Show. Here, the leading manufacturers of the na-
tion displayed.their lines for delivery in the Spring and Summer of
1960 in addition to holiday merchandise. Every purchase made by
Boyles is scrutinized with the utmost care. No effort is spared to
bring you the most in style, quality and value. Every garment must
have individuality and personality and bear a label of satisfaction.
It's a real tough Job and requires knowledge, experience time, pa-
tience and a lot of hiard.work. The patronage and good will of our
customers depends to-a large extent on how well the job is done,
and we do not gamble with this valuable asset. It's interesting, too,
to, make new'discoveries as we continue in this effort. While my wife
was absent Barbara and I discovered that we could keep house and
cook our meals even though it appeared to be a tremendous under-
- taking. Our girl Sally failed to show up Monday morning so we rolled
up our sleeves, tied on the kitchen apron and started mixing up the
groceries! We ate well! Slept well and even made up the beds.
m This is hearsay: A strange young woman stopped in. Les Gay's
Market. '"1 would like a pint of oysters, please". "Large or small?"
asked Les. Faced with an unexpected decision, she thought for a
moment. "Well," she reasoned, "they're for a man with a size 15
collar." Now, Les wears about size 18 collar anji I'm guessing he gave
her small! Les Gay, faced with a tremendous physical problem that
would put the most of us completely out of circulation, continues to
render a valuable and unique service with faithful and .efficient
operation of his business. My hat is off to you, Les. I would like to
write a book one of these days, or years, entitled: "MY FRIENDS".
First, I must wash the dishes, make up the beds and drop by Boyles
Department Store to attend the Big Discovery Days Sale. Friends,
please listen at '8 and 9' A.M. for important details of this event.'
WJOE Radio. S'long now .. RGB
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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
cottages. $45 per -mpnth. Ander-
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tfc
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished apart-
ments. Cool in summer, warm in
winter. Gas .heat, window fans.
They haveAto be seen to be appre-
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space. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi-L'
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail-
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FOR RENT: Nice 6-room house
with bath, hot -and cold water.
Large yard and garden. At Over-
street. See Mrs. Hardy at Over-
street P. O. tfc-10-1
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished a-
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FOR RENT: Huuse at Beacon Hill.
Furnished. Contact Silas R. Stone
Phone 7-7161 tfc-111-22
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
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month. Water furnished. Also 2
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furnished. inquire at 1904 Garrison
Ave., or call 7-8642. tfc-10-22
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
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phone 7-5396,. tfcl"-2S
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom masonry
house. Hardwood floors, closed
carport, landscaped. 905 Garrison
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highway 98. Immediate occupancy.r
$250.00 down and $50.00 a month.
Call Johnston PO 3-2831, Panama
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MEXICO BEACH RENTALS
1 bedroom furnished apts. $40..00
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apis. $50.00 ,tu $6u.60' per month.
2 unfurnished 2 bedroom apts.
$50.0u0 per month. Residential and
commercial lots. Terms. Duplex for
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MEXICO BEACH OFFICE
C. M. Parker, Reg. Real Estate Bro.
.-Phone BAll 9-112f, Port St. Joe
Mall: Box 123, Mexico Baech Sta.
-Panama Ciy. Fla.
FOR SALE: 3 choice corner lots at
White City. Adjoining canal. See
Braxton Ward or call 7-3316. tfe-
FOR SALE: 1959 model 35 hp. out-
board motor, Buckaneer with
electric starting. Also, 16 foot boat.
C. W. Long. 2t
FOR SALE: 14 ft. boat, motor and
,trailer. See Gene Martin at St.
Joe Beach or call 7-2529.
FOR SALE: Oil circulating heater
$25.l1) 219 Ninth St Phoue 9-1651.
Mrs. Ralph Rich. Itp
3 bedroom home on Bellamy Cir-
cle. 3 months old. Pay owner's
4 new homes being built- on Bel-
lamy Circie. FHA financing. To be
completed within next 30 days.
SLots at St. Joe Beach. Small
down payment. Small monthly -pay-
ments. .. ... -
411 Reid Ave. ,Phone 7-7741
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
With 65 ,hp motor. Sleeps two,
,'head, galley, $1200.00. See- B. Roy
Gibson or call BAll 7-5771.-.
CHRISTMAS CARDS: Personal and
business with name imprinted.
Assorted and religious boxes. See
Mrs. Jacquelyn Quarles before No-
vember 16. tfc-10-15
FOR SALE: 1l acres land and 3
lots ait White City. Contact phone-
no. 7-2575. .
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with,
apartment building on rear of-
lot. 2 bedroom unfurnished apart-
mnent upstairs, 2 bedroom furnished
apartment downstairs. Contact Rev.
A. G. McKeilthen, 1207 1Esenby Ave.
F hone PO 3-2440, Panama-City, Fla.
FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser. Inboard
motor. Good condition. See John
Smith at Smith Radio and TV.
FOR SALE: "The Great Tide", hi s
torical novel based on ,facts of old
St. Joseph and West Florida. Can
be purchased at Campbell's Drag
FOR SALE: 14-fool Lone Star Mon-
terey with 35 hp. Big Twin Evin-
rude mtour.CContplete rdmota con-
trol equipmrnent. Heavy duty trailer.
All like new Take up payments.
Wimberly Pontlac Co. Phone 7-3411.
FOR SALE: Sewing machine cabi-
net. Good condition. Phone 7-3601.
FOUND: Valuable ring at football
field .after Bay High football
gaie. Owner may .have 'by identi-
fying and 'paying for this ad. Con-
,'aCtL John McKenzie or .phone BAll
' 7-3ji)71. 4tp-1i-2S
SERVICES OFFERED: Companion
or light housekeeper. No washing
or ironing.' Euna Pendergra't. 230
7th S.t. Itp
SEPTIC TANKS 'pumped out. Call
Buford rGriffin, Phone 7-7011 for
t'uick expert service. tfc
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St. Meeting night every
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
municatlon of Port St. Joe Lodge:
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 ip.m.
ED McFARLAND, W. M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secretary
All Master Masons cordially Invited
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-M-eets first and 'third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend.
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"Rotary information" : was the
.program for- the Por..t. .SJoe Ro-
tary Club at their regular meeting*
last Thursday. ,
Herbert' Brown, 'Mr. Rotary him-
self, presented th e program on 'hte
history and the aims of the ciub.
Brown told how the club was the
first of the civic clubs'belng formed
in Chicago Fberuary 23, 1905 by
a lawyer, Paul Harris and four of
his friends "Rotary was born in a
period *:' ruthle lnss in American
business and industry", said Brown.
"Friendliness toward one's compe-
.titor was virtually unknown, 'hence
the unique position of such a club
The first club was. rormed 'as a
means of companionship. It wasn't
until later years that communiyt
service became the rule of the club.
Brown emphasized that 'the move-
ment of Rotary is still one ofcom-
munity service and that individual
club members should not loie signt
of this fact.
Guests. of the club were Dr.
Bruce of Apaiachlcola and Bob
Worth of Meridian, Mias.
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Noble OGrand: Chris Martin
Secretary: W. H. Weeks
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
S't. Joseph Chapter No. 56. R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Monday.. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. Robert L.
Creamer, Sr., High Pries't, H. R.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED In
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you need in your home. STOP and
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mowtr. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
WISSIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
Ing first and third Thursday nights
:00 *p.m., American Legion Home.
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Let us check the life in your battery Prevent
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CARD OF THANKS and acts of kindness were a com-
I wish to thank 'the good people ot0, to ,s all. -
of Port St. Joe, 'the officials of BOB PHILLIPS and family
Michigan Chelnical Company and .
the hospital staff and doctors for Visits Parents
their many acts of kindness shown | Paul Edwin Ramsey of FSU visit-
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Mrs. Robert King. and Mrs. Oalvin Floyd. THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY,-OCTOBER29, 1959
-:I. 5:30 to 6:30: Mrs. Wandis Scott 6:30 to 7:30: Mrs. Henry Stikes .
hingess Made in Fish Pond Workers nd M. ph M mbe olta. R possible for J ior Sharks Win Over Blountstownr
d 4Ke..n '. All "r!r eeown replacements
.....oSD ow.en r a* -iSDE sH .e ToJnks Junior Ighin Week's Play
3:30 to :30: Mrs. Betty Cul-ins Mar. and- Mras. Arnol earnest
SMrs R. EIing announces te OUTSIDE BOOTH and Mrs. Bruce Dwiggins. Bradey 6of Oak -rove announce the Thursday nightt the Junior the heavier line o inks begn to
following change In Schedule ,for 3:30 to 4:30: Mrs. George Witl-I 4:30 to 5:30: Mrs. Gennita Mal- li'rth of a son, Ronald Marvin on Sbhars trarveledto Panama City openthe holes for the Jink.backs.
the Halowe'-n Carnival fish pond berly, Jr., Mrs. Walter Hawkins. lett. and Mrs. James Shirab. October 22 at the Munhipal Hos- ~opay Jinks Junior High for their Baggett went over from the one
workers,. 4:30 to 5:30: Mrs. Otis Pyle and 5:30 -to 6:30: Mrs. Wesley Grace,,pital. firstt out-of-town game of the rea yard line for Jinks third score. The
.-["; The Sharks won the -toss"A went ah6a d 19-0 with less than five
The Sharks won the toss and minutes to .play.
---------- electedd to receive. Passes. from
: Chtain t Babee, Johnso and .ari- With ,less than two -.inutes, re-
0- LD-'-"Sner gave the Sharks two first mining In the game Johnny 'Oha-
downs and with the Shirks on fin Intercepted a Jinks ,pass and
Jthe inks 45-yard line and fourth with the ald of a fine block by
LE F T F R 'down, the Sharks kicked with Tommy Williams, Cbafin went 45
"Jinks taking, over on their own yards to score. The extra point was
20-yard line. good. The Junior Sharks kicked to
'Jlinks with less tban 50 seconds re-
": On their, first play, the Jinks 11 mailing In the -game. Jinks had
fiumibled and ,the Sharks recovered. time to run one play before the
The Sharks picked up flTe yards clock ran out giving links ithe vic-
but were unable to .score as three tory, 19-7. The Junior Sharks were
passes fell incomplete at the quar- the first team to score on JLnks
ter :-ended; O- .this season uutstanding on. offense were
The second quater saw, the Johnny Chafin. Robert Settlemire,
Sharks battle the heavier Jinks Outstainding on' -defense for the Tommy Williams and Biuddy Ken-i
squad on even terms ,until ,the last Junior Sharks were- Bernie Buzzett, nington.
minute as Jinks pushed acrossatheir Clifford Wimberly. .Larry: Griner, The Junior Sharks.-travel to Pan-
lone talley of the first half. Sam Binlon, Gene Tindall, Jimmy ama City tonig-ht to ,play. a returri
S:The Junior iSharks kicked to Johnson, Harold Keels, Tray Hall, engagement with Everett Junior
Jinks to begin the second half. The Michael Carbonueau, David Porter, High. Game Ltime tonight is 7~30
Jinks ,team scored on a 'hand-off and Jimmy Goodman. Offensive'P.m. EST. These two teams lled.0-4
from Van Tone to Bagget whichput standouts were Johnny Chafin, In their first meeting.
them ahead. 12-0. Tommy Williams. Buddy Kenning-
The fourth quarter began with ton. Paul Robbins and Robert Set. QUIET DAY MEDITATIONS -
St. Joe punting to Jlinks. Again tlemlre. AT METHODIST CHURCH
Blountstown Game "Quiet Day" for the Week of
Prayer will be observed at the First
-'Mondayk night the Junior Sharks Methodist Church Sanctuary Fri-
traveled to Blountstown to play a day from 10:00 -to 11:00 a.m.
ipi eviously rained out game. Mrs. Charles Browne will 'lead
---'JZ- The Junior Sharks kicked to the Good attendance is reported for
Tigers to begin the game. The TI- ,the week's antvite s andorted e or
Users were really fired up forthis the weektos attend cities l and est rve.
one as they were. able to control retoattend lastservice.
to be at ease,
Yellowstone or stadium,
fireside or office... this
season, fashion says: "Take
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Won't you stop in
soon and make
the ball almost all of the first quar-
ter. The Sharks held the Tigers.
on the Shark 15 yard line. With
a ,pass from Chafin to Barbee fall-
ing incomplete 'a pass from Qha-
fin 'to Grinor was. complete for a
fisrt down as tha quarter ended.
The Sharks -Were unable tb move
the ball and were-forced to kick.
K tow snap -i-om center and Jim-
my' Good.man's punt was blocked
with the Tigers taking over on the
Shark 25 yard line. After the Tigers
made one first down. the Sharks
held and tool ,.ver on their own
10 yard line tfii'two successive
penalties for. ofi-sides the Sharks
kicked from their own end zone.
The Tigers wre. alble to run t.o
,plays as the atlf enided with the
score standing at half time at 0-0.
The second half began with the
Sharks receiving the kick. After
twod tirst downs the Sharks were
forced to punt. The teams exchang-
ed ,punts and neither team was able
to muster a- scoring, threat in the
The fourth period saw 'both teams
come to life and after an exchange
0o punts the S-harks began a drive
on their 50 yard line with Paul
Robbins returning a -punt to the
3E yard line. On first down a Cha-
fin to Barbee pass was good to the
eight yard line, with a 'pitch-out to
Robbins good to the three. A 1pitch-
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out to WtUianis:took it to the one.
The S'harks -umbled on the one"
yard line,- with 39. Aecondsa remain:-
ig. in the.game. .
On the Tigers first play some;e
fine tacking by Troy Hall. Jimmy
Johnson end Sam Binion Jarred the'
-ball lost aind .Harold Keels recOv-
ered on the one ya id line. On the
flit- play -Ohjat In pushed- across
the lone talley of' the game on a.
quarterback keeper with four Aec-i'
bonds left in the game. A pitch-outL
trom Ohedin to Willaiams was good
for the extra point as the Sharks
record now stands at tWo won, one
-tied and two lost.
'The Junior Sharks played this
game without the services of Ber-
ele BuzZett, who way -home i[ bed
with a virus, but Troy Hall ,proved
to be a capable replacement. Oth-
er outstanding .defensive players
were Jimmy Johnson, Larry Griner,
Sam Binlon, Clifford Wimberly, Mi-
ebhael "Carbonneau, David Porter.
Larry Allen, Joey Barbee, Paul
Robblns and Gene Tindell.