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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIBA


Bernard Pridgeon (bald head) and Leonard Be- ject of the Port St. Joe Lions Club. While the only
lin (cigar) are shown above shoveling oyster shells walks covered so far -are those in front of the "home"
,at the Port St. Joe football field last Wednesday stands, the Lions plan to make an oyster ,shell walk
afternoon. The shells -were spread in the walkways completely around the field. The Lions also pur-
In front of the football' stadium grandstand as a pro- chased 'the electric scoreboard clock at the field.


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WSL-EY R. RAMSEY


Last Monday morning and again
jast Monday afternoon, we made a
routine call on R. Glenn Boyles at
bis Department Store, .seeking (of
course) advertising lineage for last
week's paper. We -were informed,
on both occasions, that R. Glenn
wasn't in. (a poem there).
On Tuesday afternoon, the next
day we called ,badk. We were met
by 'a sweet young thing 'that clerks
in Boyles, with a furrow upon her
as yet.unwrinkled brow. "He still
hasn't come in", she walled, "and
I'm worried. As long as I have
worked here, he has yet to fail to
make an appearance during the
day when he is in town".
While we had much rather talk
to the -SYT (sweet young thing)


Long Avenue Baptist Church To

Begin Revival Services Sunday

Revival .services will begin with Nursery will be open each evening
the Long Avenue Baptist Church! to care for your small children.


on Monday evening, at 7:30 p.m.
Reverend Edward R. Boyd, .pastor
of the Main Street Baptist Church
of Hendersonville, North Carolina,
will be the evangelist. Revival mu-
sic will be directed -by Wesley R.
Ramsey, choir director of the Long
Avenue Church. Services will be
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than Mr. Boyles, said SYT doesn't .
purchase -.advertising lineage, so *. *.agl"
-we had to 'depart, wondering, wha -
was wrong -with the said R G. "
Wednesday, on our rounds to the
Municipal Hospital, we ascertained
the trouble. Daughter Glenna had
boosted R. Glen- n into that select
circle of the grandfathers.
Monday of this week, some copy
from Boyles floated into 'the shop Rev. Edward Boyd
by parachute (t. Glenn is floating Evangelist
too high to -get in the front doorheldat 7:30 p each night next
for his advertisement this week.
week and the usual time wor wor-
1 Attached to 'the copy was a pen- ship on Sunday. The final service
eiled notation in the unmistakable in the revival meeting will' be on
rooster-scratching of R. Glenod Sunday evening, October 8.
which read (I think) ido us a good The astor of the Long Avenue
job on this ad and I will recipro- Church extends a cordial invitation
cate when it -comes your turn to be- to 'the people of Port .St. Joe to at-
come 'a -grandfather. tend 'these services. The Church
We appreciate the offer. Don't
think that we are not touched by
the offer. Pentecostal Holiness
But, sowehowr other, we can't Cn Special Month
but believe 'that by the time we n ecal
feed out our 'three boys and three
girls, 'the advent of a grandchild Harvest-time "Round Up" is the
will ibe but an anti-climax, theme for the annual denomina-
Now is when we need the help! tional Fall attendance-building cam-
.l a ..0not. .paign for the Pentecostal Holiness
All these new cars coming out Church. Rev. Hubert D. White, pas-


causes the mouth ito water, the
eyes to bug, the senses 'to be whet-
t,ed, the yearning to start, the old
car to look older, the tires to look
woorn, the. engine to cough, the


tor, announces his church is parti-
cipating in this program.
Harvest-Time "Round Up" began
with promotion "Round-up" last
Sunday and includes, the five tol-


hand to steal to the pocketbook lowing Sundays, culminating with
only to find it empty. Reformation Sunday, October 29.
But, it is nice to look and Special emphasis for -the next five
wish. Sunday are: Rally Round-Up on
4 1* 4 S> Rally Day, October 1; No-Excuse
The weatherman says it is ,going Round-U.p, October 8; Scholar or
to be cold (or at least cool) this Dollar Round-Up, October 1-5; Ad-
week end. Wonder who told him am and Eve Round-Up, October
that we were going to Marianna, 22; and Loyalty Round-Up on Re-
Friday -night? 'That's a better fore- formation Sunday, October 29.
caster than 'the weather bureau. Committees and their chairmen
S *:. .* ff for the Harvest-Time "Round-Up"
Although we have been beating Campaign include: Prayer, Rev.
the woods steadily this Summer to White; Program, Mrs. Harold
do a little business, we are going Presley; publicity, Ed Woods; re-
to have to slow up-at least next cords, Wesley Atkins; transporta-
Saturday. It is usually -our habit tion, Eldridge Money; visitation,
.to go fishing on Saturday after- Jim Steeley; correspondence, Mrs.
noon, but such has not been our Jim Steeley; telephone, Mrs. Hu-
pleasure -since July 4. Not because bert White; decorations, Mrs. Ed
we were -so busy, but because we IWynn; welcome, Mrs. Eldridge
were so, busy trying to keep busy. Money; census, Mrs. Ed Woods;
But come next Saturday, October parade, Mrs. James Summers; ma-
the 7, this person, along with sev- trials, Mrs. Winton Ferrell.
eral other hundred persons will be Winton Ferrell, promotion sup-
on. the dove fields of Calhoun erintendent for this attendance-
County. buildingg campaign, invites every-
We could probably solicit more'one to attend Sunday School this
business on the dove fields Satur- Sunday, October 1, for the Rally
day,-:.tha&n anywhere else, at that. |Round-Up.


Project Alert Movie

Here On October 17

Pensacola has a committee who
for the past two years has been
telling the residents of their city
of the dangers of Communism and
how it operates, both in this coun-
try and abroad. This committee is
called "Project Alert".
The committee has ieen showing
films and -having qualified speakers
lecturing on the subject. They -are
assisting this area in setting up a
similar program.
The local Committee df '"Project
Alert" has engaged the film, "Com-
munist Encirclement 1961" for
showing here in Port St. Joe on
October 17. This is an educational
program and the public is cordially
invited to attend. It is planned that
there will be 'a series of -films plus
the lectures presented in this area.
The "Project Alert" committee
for Gulf County is: R. H. Ellzey,
chairman; R. H. Ellzey and Harry
Tison, Jaycees; Walter Dodson
and Calvin Floyd, Kiwanis; Law-
rence Bissett, Rotary; David Carl
Gaskin, Wewahbtchka Rotary.

Bike Rodeo Shaping
Up for October 7

'The Port St. Joe Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce, with the cooo-
eration of the Port St. Joe Police
Department -and the Gulf County
School Board, will stage a bicycle
'rodeo October 7 in the Port St. Joe
Elementary .School yard, on Long
Avenue, Jake Koler and Tommy
Pridgeon, co-chairmen of the event
announced this week.
Open to all Port St. Joe area
youngsters, the competition will
feature a riding course designed to
test a bike rider's skill in maneu-
vering his vehicle while following
the rules for bicycle safety. In ad,
edition, the Jaycees offer each en-
trant a free bicycle safety inspect,
tion during which they will apply
reflective markings on the bicycle
for night-time safety.
The Port St. Joe Bicycle Rodeo
is part of nationwide "Lite-a-Bike"
program of 'bicycle safety being
conducted by the U. 'S. Junior
Chamber of Commerce.
For youngsters who cannot par-
ticipate in -the rodeo on October
7, the Jaycees plan. to establish in-


Another Milestone

This week The Star starts on its twenty-sixth
year of publication without having missed an issue
for the past quarter century.
The latest issue of the "American Press" maga-
zine carried an article saying that there are only
756 newspapers in the United States that are 100
years old or older. There are many papers in the
United States that are 25 years old, so The Star is
still comparatively young. But even though it is
young in years, we hope that The Star is consider-
ed "adult" in its job of reporting the news to the
people of this area, and trying to discern right from
'wrong in its editorial policy.
We hope you have enjoyed The Star, even
though, at times, you may not have agreed with
our policy.
During the years ahead, the publishers of The
Star Will continue to strive to bring you a bigger
and better newspaper. We will continue to do our
best (feeble though that might be) to report the
news of Gulf County on an impartial basis. We do
not plan to conduct our editorial policy on the same
impartial plane as our news reporting, nor have we
done so in the past. The Star pledges to continue
to take the Christian stand in all editorial policy
regarding questions that arise in the county and
city from time to time. What we think is right, we
will defend. What we think is wrong, we will op-
pose.
We hope that you enjoy The Star as much dur-
ing the next 25 years half as much as we will enjoy
compiling it for you.


Hiah Sknnol PTA in


Jaycees Will Fix First Meeting Tonight
' s for Tos 'The first monthly meeting of the
Toys for Tots' High School PTA will be tonight,
September 28, at 8:00 p.m. in the
Port St. Joe's Jaycees adopted High ,School Auditorium. Pete Cul-
a program Tuesday night to supply bertson will be the guest speaker.
a 'Toys 'for Tots" service for this Because our children and their
Christmas season. education mean so much to all of
The Jaycees will solicit and re- us, 1I2 million Americans like you
pair old toys for distribution to have joined together as PTA mem-
needy children at Christmas time. bers. The High School PTA invites
It was 'decided by the Jaycees that you, too, to join and support this
a blanket would be carried in the worthy effort.
annual Christmas -parade -to catch Remember that "Teamwork Does
coins tossed to purchase parts and It". Your membership committee
supplies for repairing, the toys and will be present tonight to collect
to purchase new toys. your -dues .and deliver your mem-
Jaycee Ted Cannon was appoin+- bershP ,card.
ed by President Bob Ellzey to ac-t
as chairman for the project. Organizational Meet for
The toys will be collected at the Cub Scout Pack Tuesday
St. Joe Auto Parts Company.
Jaycee Bob Freeman, was ap- An organizational meeting for
pointed to -head up the "Good Gov- the new year in Cub Scouting will
ernment Award" project for this be held in Fellowship Hall of the
year. The award will be made on First Methodist Church Tuesday
October 16 by the Jaycees. night, October 3 at 7:30 p.m. Past
This project was initiated 'by the year's Cubmaster, George Anchors
Jaycees to pick the person offering will 'be in .charge of the meeting.
most 'to Good Government in the Parents of present 'Cubs and
county or city last year with Clerk prospective Cubs are urged 'to at-
of the Circuit Court, George Y. tend Tuesday's meeting. Cubs will
Core, being selected for the award.; not be in attendance at this meet-
In next week's issue of The Star ing.
a ballot will be provided for the Cubs already registered will Tbe
public to make its choice for the assigned to Dens. New Cubs will
good government award. be assigned as .they are registered.
The Jaycees voted Tuesday night
to create an industrial development Winters To Head TB
committee to work with the Cham- -Program 'In Gulf County
her of Commerce Industrial Devel-
opment .Committee to seek new in- William L. Winters of .Port St.
dustry for Port St. Joe. The new Joe has Ibeen appointed by the


oommilttee will be appointed by
President Bob Elizey in the near
future.
The Jaycees are currently con-
ducting 'a membership campaign
with some 125 young men in Port
St. Joe to be -approached for mem-
bership during the next few weeks.
men between the ages of 21 and
36. Dues to the organization are
$10.00 a year.



Hearing To

Resume Today

Judge Warren L. Fitzpatrick will
continue hearing testimony in the
ma+toter f a Mandamus Suit filed


section stations where bike riders by Wesley R. Ramsey, publisher of
can have their bike inspected and The Star against the -County Corn-
marked with reflective tape. mission in regards to re-apportion-
ing 'the County Commission Dis-
Retail Merchants tricts this morning at 9:00 a.m.,
Meet Tomorrow Noon CST.
The hearing was began three
The Port St. Joe Retail Mer- weeks ago when the first session
chant's Division of 'the Chamber of was held. Today's session is the
Commerce will meet tomorrow at second period of the hearing.
noon 'at the City Restaurant for The Mandamus Suit maintains
their regular monthly meeting. that the County Commission Dis-
One of the main items for discus- tricts have not been -divided by the
sion will be the Christmas parade' Commission according ,to the State
to be -held during the first few Constitution.
days of December. __
All members of the Association!
are urged to be present. SHOP AT HOME


Florida Tuberculosis and Health
Association to serve as chairman
of the Citizens' Tuiberculosis and
Health Committee of Gulf County-
The Citizens' Committee is the
authoirzed agent of the FTHA in
this territory and is responsible for
carrying out the objectives and
purposes of the -state association
-and 'the National Tuberculosis As-
sociation. This includes conducting
Sear-round program activities aim-
ed toward eliminating tuberculosis
and fighting other respiratory di-
seases.
Other members of the Ci'izens'
Committee are Milton Aners-.oni
Mrs. Pearl Brown-, Milton Chafin,
Torn S. Coldewey -and Mrs. John
Sowers.


MONEY TALKS-Let's keeF
It where we can speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merahantel


County Opens Bids




On Ai'r-Condition



Panama City Firm Gets Job


After turning down all bids
on two five-ton air conditions on
September 12, the County Commis-
sion met in 'special session last
Thursday morning to open bids on
three air conditioning units.
The Commission had been advis-
ed at the September 12 meeting
that two five-ton units would not
be .enough to do 'their required job
of cooling the Court Room in the
Gulf County Courthouse.
The County Commission had set
up $5,000.00 in their 1961 `budget to
purchase air 'conditioning for the
Court Room.' According to the Com-
missioners, $heir bid called -for only
two machines 'because they felt tehy
would not have enough money to
buy the required three -units. After
the first !bid on two machines were
in, it was.evident that the price of
the three needed, would come with-
in the $5,000.00 ,provided and so
the reason for calling for additional
bids.


Automatic Cooling and Heating
Company of Panama 'City was the
low bidder on the three -units at a
price of $4,218.20 installed. Automa-
tic Cooling and Heating Co., was
also low bidder for the original
two machine bid.
Other concerns bidding 'and their
bid amounts, were:
.Smith's, Inc, $4,639.00.
Smity's Refrig. *Co., $4,575.00.
N. B. .Sammons, $4,975.00.
West Florida Natural Gas, $4,-
697.00.
McClamma Elec. Co., $4,772.30.
The Automatic -Cooling 'bid was
accepted -subject to negotiation be-
tween the County and Automatic
for 'additional work that was not
in the invitation for bids.
This extra work includes -running
additional electrical service to the
Court House 'to take care of addi-
tional load on the electrical sys-
tem presently in the Court House.


Sharks Make it Two In A Row With

39-6 Win Over Rutherford High Rams


Go To Marianna

Tomorrow Night

By WILL RAMSEY
The Port St. Joe Sharks survived
a frustrating first half to come on
and score 26 points in the third
quarter in defeating Rutherford
High' of Panama City 39-6 ioefore
a capacity crowd at the High School
Stadium. Penalties seemed to be
the rule -rather than the exception
in the first half and it seemed that
'both teams were unable to do any-
thing right.

Twice in the first quarter the
Sharks were .on the Rutherford one
yard line only to be 'set back 'by a
rash .of penalties. Finally in the
second quarter, due to. the alert
playing of End George Boyer, the


Sharks were able to score. David
Nance fumbled on the Rams 26
and Boyer calmly picked up the
ball and trucked the 26 yards to
score. Later the Rams were forced
to punt. Nance received the punt
and rambled 55 yards to score.
The third quarter belonged ex-
clusively to fullback Chesley Fen-
som. Fensom ran wild for 12 min-
utes, 'scoring three touchdowns and
racking up 150 yards with two min-
utes gone in the third quarter, and
with some beautiful downfield
'blocking by tackle Joe Whaley,
Fensom took a hand-off from Larry


Davis and went 73 yards to score.
Fensom's two other touchdowns
came on. runs of 21 yards and 54
yards. Halfback James Gibson cli-


maxed the Shark -scoring with an
electrifying 65 yard, iunt return.
The reserves took over and play-
ed part of the third quarter and
all of 'the fourth period.
Defensive standouts for 'the,
Sharks were Wim'berly, KeelS,.
Whaley, Johnson, Zimmerman, Fen.;
som and Goodma.n who was the
only Shark to play the entire game.
Tomorrow night -the Sharks tra-
vel to Marianna to take on a pret-
ty mad Bulldog team. Marianna has
failed to score 'a point in two.
games while losing 40-0 both times
against such powers as Bainbridge,
Ga., and Choctawhatchee. The Bull-
dogs are looking for a "whipping
boy" and the Sharks could well 'be
it if they continue to make as many
mistakes as .they have in their first
two -games.
THE YARDSTICK
Sharks Rams
10 First Downs 8
304 Yards rushing 78
30 Yards Passing 14
3-14 Passes Attempted 2-10


0 Passes Intercepted by 1
0 Fumbles Lost 2
80 Yards Penalized 55
WE PREDICT
St. Joe, 6 Marianna, 6
Chipley, 19 Graceville, 14
Bonifay, 20 Cottondale, 6
Blountstown., 40 Bristol, 12
Quincy, 26 Walton, 0
Pensacola, 21 Choctaw, 14
Sneads, 6 -Crawfordville, 0
Vernon, 12 Chattahoochee, 6
Apalachicola, 26 Altha, 0
Of last week's predictions, five
out of seven of our picks were win-
ners.


Fire Damages Beach
Apartment Building
Fire destroyed one side of an
apartment building in Mexico Beach
early Sunday morning, according
to TFire Chief, Charles Wall.
The building was owned by Lt. g
Col. Lawrence Bowl-by who is sta-
tioned with the Air Force in Penn-
sylvania.'
Flames .from -the building were
visible all the way -to Port St. Joe
according to WalL
Two units of the apartment were
rented and another was vacant. LEFT HALFBACK DAVID NANCE comes around end in Friday
Wall said the fire started in. one of night's game to pick up one of his long runs of the football. David
the rented units which was unoccu- made several runs fr long yardage Friday night and last Friday
pied at the time. against Apalachicola. (Star photo)


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Gulf Chapter 191, OES, Hostess To

Worthy Grand Matron of Florida

Gulf Chapter 191, OES was host- den theme, "Melody of Love" and
ess to Mrs. Emmalu Brown, Worthy "In the Garden of Tomorrow" were
Grand Matron of the Florida Grand isung by Mrs. Mabel Swatts and
Chapter, on the occasion of 'her of- Mrs. Patti Gibson accompanied by
ficila visit Tuesday, September 19 Mrs. Ferne Forehand. John Dick-


at 8:00 p.m. Preceding -the meeting
she was honored with a lovely ban-
quet at the St. Joe Motel.
The Chapter Room was beautiful-
ly decorated as a Japanese garden,
complete with lanterns, picket
fence and a profusion of yellow


*w46 Midnfit guestAt Wewa-
hitchkit Lyn1iiSfVe, Parktr, Pan.
ama Itiy; Petry, Ft. Walton Beach,
Gorrie; Blountatown, St. Andrew
and Monticello.
During the address of the Wor-
Ihy Grand Matron the principles
for which the Order stands were
discussed.
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved during the social hour follow-
ing the close of the Chapter.
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ey's violin solo was "In -the Gar-
den" with .piano accompaniment by
Mrs. Swatts.
Among the distinguished guests
were Past Most Worshipful Master
G. Rodman Porter and Dan Partin,
Superintendent of the Masonic


chrysanthemums and greenery, her Home, who is also a licensed mm-
favorite colors, were placed at van- Ister, ;Chaplain of the Florida Grand Mr. and Mrs. Luie D.. Holland an-
tage points. The slogans of the W. Lodge. Also attending was the Dis- *nounce the birth of a son, Timothy
G. M- "Deeds, Not Words" and "Let strict Grand Instructor of District Wayne on September. 24.
Truth Be Spoken" were prominent- Three, Mrs. Vannie L. Jacobs. 4'
ly displayed. To carry out ithe gar- Members of the following Chapters Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blair Shu-


PHONE 7-8171 410 RIED AVENUE







MEN & BOYS WEAR
PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA



MALE CALL FOR FALL ... 1961



DEAR MR. FALL SHOPPER,

Whether it's business, work, school or play to be well
groomed is an essential part of your personality.
At the office, club or home. your appearance speaks
before you do. Therefore your wardrobe is very important to
you and we know it. It is with this in mind that we take many hours
of careful selecting for our customers, to bring them the finest in
fabric, latest in style, and all new patterns in the smartest apparel
for men and boys in this area.

Proud? No, we call it pride, because we take pride in
quality and fit in our store where "your satisfaction is our first
consideration".

So, if you need a ne wsuit, sport coat, slacks or shirts to
round out your wardrobe for Fall ... we invite you to shop the
friendly spot in Port St. Joe. Improve yourself by improving
your appearance.

When you look your best ... you do your best. Dress
right, you can't afford not too!


Sincerely,


4 lanhJ

P. S. We have an outstanding new
selection of Lady Manhattan and
White Stag sportswear.


Wunas ind butter, tpeatr sfla4 tid
millk. .
Thursday, October 6
Texas steaks, English peas with
carrots, celery sticks, rice, white
bread and butter, prunes adn milk.
Friday, October 6
Tuna fish salad, spincah, potato
stocks, Ritz crackers and butter,
cherry pie and milk.
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ALL BIG BEND BACK-Shark Fullback Chesley
Fensom chalks off some of the yardage in Friday
night's game here in Port St. Joe that earned him


the 'pick of "Back of the Week" 'by the Tallahassee
Democrat. Fensom picked up 173 yards for Port St.
Joe Friday night against Rutherford. (Star photo)


ford, Jr., announce the birth of a Sault Ste Marie, Canada and a view
daughter, Nancy Kathryn on Sep- of the great St. Lawrence Water-
tember 22. way, then to Lansing, Michigan,
+ 4 Cincinnati, Ohio and on South to
(All births occurred at the Port Port St. Joe. After a most delight,
St. Joe Municipal Hospital. ful visit here, they left on Friday,
----- September 22, and expect to cover
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT 10,000 miles in all before returning
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Chism of De- 'to Las Vegas. Their first stop 'on
mopolis, Alabama announce the their return -trip was the historic
'birth of 'a 7 pound, 5 oz. boy named old city of Natchez, Mississippi.
Byron Eugene Saturday, Septem- ___
bher 23.
be- -- SUPPORT THE SHARKS
SUNDINS VISIT PORTERS -- -
Captain and Mrs. Charles H.
Sundin. have been home with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Porter, f
for a week-long visit. Memorie and
Chuck, as the townfolks know
them, are on a month's vacation
tour that will almost encircle the
perimeter of the United States. I ,
They are making this tour in their
Mercedes-Benz. At 'this point they
had covered 5,550 miles. They left
Las Vegas, Nevada, where Captain'
Sundin is stationed with the Tac- "
tical Air Command at Nellis Air!
Force Base 'and where they have
resided for the past year, on Aug- '
ust 28. They have taken in such I I1||
points of interest as Boise and "
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, then 'p to
Lake Louise, Banff National Park,
Canada and Calgary, Alberta. From
there through Saskatchewan and
Winnepeg and down to Sullivan
Lake, in Minnesota, for a week's
visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Vcitor B. Sundin. From Sullivan t
Lake they journey on to Duluth,


Everyone Is Invited...




To the showing of the new 1962 FORD, FALCON and MERCURY au-


tomobiles, which will be on display in our show rooms Friday, September


29th.



There will be gifts for everyone also valuable door prizes...


Plus a chance to win a new 1962 Fal-con 'Squire' Wagon and a new 196


2 Mercury Monterey sedan.


ST. JOE MOTOR Co.


Phone 227-3737


322 Monument Ave.


Elementary School
Lunch Room Menu
Monday, October 2
Beef with vegetables, carrots, po-
tatoes and onions, sliced tomatoes,
white bread and butter, peach pie,
'and milk.
Tuesday, October 3
Sloppy joe on, buns, snap beans,
carrot sticks, half bun, butter, ap-i
ple crisp and milk.
Wednesday, .October 4
Hamburgers, 1bttered corn, on-
ions, tomatoes and dill pickles,


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Since the "Cracker Barrel" Days

BANKING HAS CHANGED, TOO!

We've all come a long way from the "good old
days" of the cracker barrel and pot-bellied
stove! Banks today not only offer more ser-
vices than the old deposit-and-loan variety-
but now, your deposits are fully insured!
And, our modern bank is ready and willing to
help you buy one of those bright new 1962
automobiles being shown this week end. And
we will save you money in the process. Talk
over your new car purchase with us before you
buy.


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Erskine Caldwell's Great Novel
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Wed. -Thurs.- Fri.

"THUNDER of

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Starring -
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Beginning -
MONDAY, OCTOBER 2
The Opening Times of the Port
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Fashion and 4-H Are Winning Combination


WHETHER it's back to sch661ol
or back to work, a last min-
ute search for clothes will not
hamper 4-H girls who have just
completed their 1961 dress re-
vue project. They'll be attired
in clothes of their own making.
Three lovely examples of
what the modern girl can do
with fabric, pattern, needle and
thread are pictured here in
prize-winning ensembles. They
have counterparts in every
state.


Patricia Clickener
All set to cheer the home
team on to victory is Patricia
Clickener who showed off her
colorful sports outfit at the Illi-
nois state fair.
Ready for the first chilly fall
day is Marovene Byrd, one of
the successful North Carolina
contestants in the state 4-H
dress revue. She made both the
coat and dress.
The white chiffon dance frock
worn by Georgia co-ed, Claudia
Stembridge, is doubly enchant-


lf IDAI.


Marovene Byrd
ing when she dons the gold satin
evening coat she is carrying.
Dress revue entrants are
judged on personality, poise and
grooming as well as sewing
skills. Results achieved by this
pretty trio are not uncommon
among the more advanced 4-H
members.
Beginners learn to sew from
the age of 10, and they are
likely to exhibit aprons, shirred
skirts or simple blouses at local
revues.
Joy of accomplishment seems
reward enough, .;but there are
some extra special rewards and
recognition for the most out-
standing girls. These ,are pro-


Claudia Stembridge
The national dress revue is
an undertaking involving the
Cooperative Extension Service,
National 4-H Service Committee
and Simplicity. More than 1800
delegates and leaders will be in
the audience.


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FIRST BAPTIST CIRCLE NEWS

The members of the WMU So- congealed salad, sandwiches and
city No. 1 of the First Baptist punch to 'the ei'gh members and
Church met Monday afternoon forl one visitor, Mrs. Jesse Laurimore.
'the last circle meeting of this The meeting was closed with a
church year. The new church year prayer iby Mrs. Nichols.
begins October 1, 1961. Circle IV
eCircle 4 imet with Mrs. C. J. Ste-


Circle I
Circle 1 met at the church with
the chairman, Mrs. W. J. Daugh-
try in charge. Members met in the
BTU room which was 'decorated in
,pink, green and white. Rev. Byron
Smith brought the 'devotional on
"Duties of Christian Women". Af-
't'or the ,business of the 'circle was
*disposed of Mrs. Daughtry present-
ed each of 'her members with an
apron. The members in turn, pre-
sented Mrs. Daughtry with a love-
ly !sweater.
The lace covered table was cen-
tered with a punch'bowl surround-
ed with coral vine.
Refreshments of dainty sandwich-
es: cookies and punch were served
to 16 members and five visitors.
The visitors -were Rev. 0'. Byron
Smith, Mrs. .Chatin, Mrs. Ward,
Mrs. Macumber and Miss Louise
Daughltry.
Circle II
'Circle 2 met with Mrs. J. F. Dan-
iel,, with five members present.
Mrs. Ayers, chairman, opened the
meeting. Mrs. Cox led the group in
the program, "Stewards Found
Faithful". After the business of the
year was finished, the hostess
served refreshments to all present.
Circle III
Circle 3 met Monday afternoon
with Mrs. W. S. Smith.
The meeting was called to order
'by 'the chairman, Mrs. Spears.
Program -chairman, 'Mrs. Betty
Sue Anchors, with the assistance
fof all present, presented 'the pro-
gram from "Royal' Service", "Stew-
ards Found Faithful".
SAfter the business of the year
was conducted, the hostess served


vens.
Mrs. Roy Irwin conducted the
devotional and program from the
"Royal ,Service" magazine, "Stew-
ards Found Faithful."
After the business of the group
'was -conducted, the meeting was
closed with a prayer by Mrs. Stev-


ens.
Refreshments and 'a social hour
was enjoyed Iby the five members
present.
Young Women's Circle
The Young Women's Circle met
with Mrs. Ann Whittle.
Mrs. Allie 'Padgett opened the
meeting with prayer and brought
the program, "'Stewards Found
Faithful".
After a business session was
conducted, the hostess served re-
freshments to the five members
present.


Circle No. 1 Named,

Honor Society

WMS Number One of 'the Wo-
man's Missionary *Union of the
First Baptist Church has achieved
the recognition of "Honor Society"
,for 1960-61. Eighteen of the basic
and 19 .of the electives 'under the
eight WMS aims for advancement
have been' attained by the Society.
This is the highest recognition a
society can receive; the others be-
ing approved or advanced.
Officers for this Society were:


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WSCS To Hold


President, Mrs. Milton Chafin; vice- Frs
presidentt Mrs. Otway Nichols; sec- rSt Study
retary, Mrs. Clarence Pridgeo.a;


ANew World of Worth from Chevrolet for '62!


The Woman's Society of Ohris,
tian Service of the First Methodist
Church 'of Port 'St. Joe, will hold
,their first study of the year on
Monday, October 2 in 'the Fellow
ship Hall at the church.
The study, entitled, "Churches
for New Times" is under the direc-
tion' of Mrs. J. L. Temple, and will
begin at 9:30 a.m., break -at 12:00
noon for a covered dish luncheon.
The program is scheduled to con-
elhde at 2:00 p.m.
The theme of this study is of vi-
tal Interest to everyone today 'and


ti'~ifst1, Mit dlif ford Thaipe;
Cicle Chairmen, Mrs. W. J. Datigh-
try, Mrs. Henry Ayers, Mrs. Char-
lie Spears, Mrs. Grady Keels and
Mrs. Robert Whittle; Enlistment
chairman, Mrs. Roy Irwin; pro-
gram chairman, Mrs. William A.
Montgomery; Mission study chair-
man, Mrs. Wesley Ramsey; prayer
chairman, Mrs. Cliff Ellis; com-
munity mission, Mrs. C. G. Costin
and Mrs. B. W. Wilder; -steward-
ship 'chairman, Mrs. L. W. Cox;
publications chairman, Mrs. W. I.
Carden'; publicity, Mrs. Myrtice
Smith and Mrs. S. J. Anchors; so-
cial, Mrs. Terry Hinote; children's
home, Mrs. E. H. Vanlandingham;
flower chairman, Mrs. W. J. Daugh-
try.


Po Jo Twirlers

Plan Open House

The "Po-Jo Twirlers" .square
'dancing club Is holding "open
house" Friday night at 8:00 at the
Centennial Building. Everyone is
invited to attend and especially,
all folks who would like to learn
'the 'square dance calls and 'how to
dance to the calls. It takes 12 les-
sons and th price is $12.00 for all'
I? lessons.
Square dance clubs are found]
throughout the whole United
States. If you go through the s.arie
of classes you are eligible to dance
with any club.
The caller f'or this local club is
Gil Mathis of Panama City. He is
also caller for the "Square 8's", the
"Teen Twirlers" of Panama City
and "Foot and Fiddlers" of Talla-
hassee. He is considered excellent
in this field.
This is a wholesome recreation
and very enjoyable entertainment.


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Holidays
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Prayer Service (Thursday) ----- 7:45 P.M.
Sunday School -------- 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship ------- 11,:00 A.M.
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STHE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BALL 7-3161
Entered as second-cass matter, Decemer 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
TO ADVERTJSERS-In case of error or omission in advertisements, the publishers
do not hld themselves liable for damage further than amount received for euch
advertasinent.
- -.e spoken word Ir given vacant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
weight. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
tbe spoken word is lost; the printed word ,emainsa.


THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1961


By HERVEY SHARPE
Pla. Agricultural Extension Serv.
They -say the pomegranate went
-out of style -with the crank of th(e
Model "T'".
But with the increased number
of old-fashioned gear-stick aatos
and drivers with caps and goggles,
don't .be surprised if Detroit comes
cut with another "tail twister".
In any event 'the pomegranate Is
likely -to make a comeback as a
popul-ar fruit. The time is ripe.
During the depression folds were
.!oo busy making a living to waste
'.time sucking, a-drop of tart juice
'from each of the hundreds of seeds
withinn the fruit. Now, living 'tan.
dards are higher and people have


iMlEhD AT i Th1 % blE ortion conisis o-i
INFORMAtION/ ,e juicy traflguoent pulp contain-
ed in sacs about each seed. The
seedy fruit producers e betterruit is a "pastime" fruit-that is,
adapted to regions .with long, hot, it is eaten mainly to kill time. Al-
dry summers than to Florida hot,- so, te juice is used in the pre-
mate. iaration of drinks and syrups.
These epert lm that you will Pomegranates are propagated by
These experts claim that you will seeds, cuttings .and layering. These
need to take extra care to raise methods re slow and take several
.pomegranates here. In the Sunshine years before you'll harvest ruit.
,State the trees are prone to be ravy yeas b h fruit
State the trees are prone to be a So, the quicker way to get into
d by iu fruit production with this old-fash-
The pomegranate likes clay to edOrnamental is toPurchase a
loamy acid soil. When grown on ioned ornamental is to purchase a
loamy acid soil. When -grown on fruiting
shallow limestone .soils few fruit fruiting plant from your nursery-o
set and thos that .mat aof 'man. He should be able o sell you
set and 'those that .mature are ofa potted plant ready to be set as
poor quality. !a dooryard tree.
There are a number of -varieties _t
of ,pomegranates. Some plants are
shrub-like, while others grow into
20foot trees. I mTTFRS Tf


Because the fruit is not commer-


ime on their hands--between home cially grown in the -state, Univer-
land mortgage payments. sity researchers of the Agricultur-
OVERTURE The pomegranate is an ideal fruit al Experiment Station have not
OVERTUR *for the TV viewers who .muct made a recent check to discover
mnunch as they look. The fruit is the best suited variety for Floirda.
By Gilbert Lloyd guaranteed non-fattening, as it But, to get a project underway, try
The hour of reckoning with Red Russia drew palpably takes more 'energy struggling to either Rhoda or Purple Seed pome-
closer with the open, announced and periodic blasting off of -get at a drop 'of juice than the food granates.
Soviet nuclear test bombs. With the sudden new advantage value received. These varieties are somewhat
of a UN rendered tragically headless and helpless as a dis-I The ornamental is an, excellent spiny, -small, shrubby trees with
f:accent plant to hid-e 'the doorway narrow, shiny, green leaves that
abled airplane plunged into an African jungle, the Kremlin of the fallout shelter, measure from 1 to 3 inches long.
masters may well have been feverishly setting their time- Should an atomic attack come, These plants .sucker freely at the
table ahead. Here is the way it could happen. the fruit would be handy to harvest base. The suckers must 'be removed
during 'the dash to safety. Eating as fast as they appear if you de-
However soon Khrushchev decides the free world, and the fruit wouel dhelp pass the time, sire a tree-shaped plant.
particularly the US, has been sufficiently softened up, his and likely as not, one fruit, eaten Pomegranates produce large deep
ulitimatum may read like this: at a leisurely pace, would last an red blossoms for a ,period of sev-
entire two-week confinement. oral weeks in the spring. The fruit.
"The Soviet Union is now fully prepared to defend itself The pomegranate is a native of ing season is, from August through
and to preserve peace. Atomic rockets are zeroed in on all southern Asia and is common, in early October.
imperialistic centers of aggression (i. e. cities); submarines both tropics and sub-tropics, which The fruit is from 2 to 4 inches
are in position off your coasts, and nuclear bombs have been include all areas of Florida. in diameter and is -covered by a
at your centers Of government. However, University of Florida lteatehr-like peel that ranges in
planted at our centers f government, ruit specialists claim .that these color from yellow to a bright red.
"Within 24 hours you will agree to withdraw all forces
from Berlin and West Germany, and to abandon all aggres-
sive bases now occupied outside the continental limits of the
United States. The Ford
"These actions will be carried out on the following sche-
dule: From Berlin with two weeks, from Europe in two iI yoUr
months, from all other foreign bases no later than four e/ y*
months. .l
"If an affirmative reply is not received to this note with-
in 24 hours from time of transmittal, Soviet military forces Starting tomorrow at your Ford Dealer's, a s
will have no choice but to take defensive action to protect the you will discover a line of Fords so long, Th
integrity of the USSR." so new, so varied that everyone will find sets
Similar communications will be handed to the British his personal Ford the car that fits his Ga
and French governments, pleasure and needs as precisely as though of
While the big powers face their agonizing hour of deci- it had been made to measure. M For loo
sion the smaller nations surrounding the USSR will be. those who want a true luxury car, there mi,
treated with even more abruptness. are two distinguished new series of thi
Finland; all of Scandanavia, Austria, Greece and Turkey Galaxies-both swift as'a rumor; silent as eve
will receive the bad news by way of radio broadcasts. Their ..- ... --.
orders will call for immediate disarmament accompanied by .
declarations of friendship for the Soviet Union. '
Along with these demands the communists will prescribe
that their borders be thrown open and Soviet inspection teams
allowed unhindered access.
No sooner have the fateful broadcasts been concluded' "
when the skies over these small free countries will be filled 0.', "" 'li
with Red transport planes dropping massed parachute ar- '"
mies. And throughout the world communist fifth columnists .'1 .' .
will riot and incite civil disturbances. .. .
Red China is not sitting idly by while all this is going '
on. Similar ultimatums blaring forth from Peiping will
carry the same threats to the neutral and free countries of
the Far East. -. 'a '" ""
Red guerrilla forces in Laos, Vietnam, Thialand, and ':' '
Burma will come out in the open and be reinforced by regular / ..' ...
Chinese communist troops.
South Korea will be reinvaded while underground forces ""
in Indonesia easily take over the government. India will be
completely torn apart by bloody rioting.
The Communists will have finally pulled their supreme
bluff and now be ready to make their move to control the ....Mil
world. Or is it a bluff?
That is the question planned to torture the minds of
statesmen in Washington, London and Paris during this i. -.
twenty-four hour period of grace.
The preceding account, of course, is all conjecture. At
least it is supposition up to this moment. But it could turn W.
into grim reality any day, any hour. .'-
Time is drawing short. The signs are ominous. Are
we prepared for the ultimate test?


THE EDITOR


Port St. Joe High School
Port St. Joe, Florida
'September 15, 1961
Dear Mr. Ramsey,
We the cheerleaders ,of Port St.
JOe High School would like to ex-
tend our sincere appreciation for
your placing our picture in The
Star as well as the -nice article you
wrote about us.
Sincerely,
Mildred Tillman, Captain
:.. -:.
(You're entirely welcome--Ed.)



7n AM
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The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors



FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Monument and Constitution
REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a~.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .... 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.



Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
CHRISTIAN CADETS 6:15 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:45 P.I1M.
Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) .----....... 7:45 P.M.



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Future

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ecret. With Thunderbird styling,
underbird power, and quality that
S a new industry standard, the 1962
laxies give you every essential feature
far costlier fine cars. a If you are
king for economy without comprd,'
se, look to America's favorite compact:
s year there are more Falcons than
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fanciers will find unprecedented variety
-from a new wagon that seats eight to a
Falcon Squire Wagon with the rich
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'with this confidence: every 1962 Ford is
built to a standard of quality so high that
it will change all your ideas of how fine,
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Sacrifice Should Begin At Home

A vast increase in necessary defense spending is com-
monly given as the reason for multi-billion budget deficits,
and the prospect of still higher taxes.
But that tells only a part of the story-and the smaller
part.
The new Administration proposes to spend $15,267,000,-
000 more during the 1961 and 1962 fiscal years than was re-
commended by the outgoing Administration.
Little more than one third-37 per cent, or $5,708,000,-
000 is for defense-military functions. Almost two thirds-
63 per cent, or $9,559,000,000-is for other purposes, largely
of the "social welfare" or welfare state nature.
Even if one thinks these new and expanded non-defense
projects are desirable, it must be recognized that we hayv
reached a point where desirability is no longer a valid criteria.
The crying need instead is to separate what we can't affc
to do from what we must do. Men in high places speak el,
qpently of coming sacrifices, and call upon the American
people to bear them staunchly. So how about a little sac-
rificing in Washington?


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BRUCE SELF POLISHING
FLOOR WAX
RED HEART
DOG FOOD, no. can
DETERGENT
LIQUID TREND 2 re
SWEET HEART
TOILET SOAP 4 re
DRY DETERGENT
TR E N D
PROTEX
,TOILET SOAP 3 nr


qt. jar 25c

2 for 25c

2 for 29c

16 oz. 39c


b. pkg. 33c
lb. pkg. 35c
lily size 29c
each $1.19
quart 79c
2for31c
eg. hot. 59c
g. bars 33c
2 pkgs. 39c
eg. bars 29c


PILLSBURY or BALLARD

BISC UTS


S6,CANS
TABLERITE
BUTTER


SEALTEST
ICE CREAM


FRESH PRODUCE


FARM
FANCY VINE RIPE


TOMATOES
FANCY COOKING OR EATING

APPLES


4"C
LB. PKG.
69c


US No. 1 Yellow-....l..10 ears


Corn


2 lbs.....

29c
4 lb. bag

39c


US No. 1 White.....-.10 lbs.


49c Potatoes39c


HALF GAL.
79c


I ORANGE JUICE I


IGA
FRESH
FROZEN


46 OZ.
CANS


IGA BEEF or
HAM DINNER
McKENZIE WITH SNAPS
FIELD PEAS, 10 oz. pkg


89c

11 oz. pkg. 59c

. 5 for 99c


SPECIALS FOR SEPTEMBER 27, 28, 29, 30
We Reserve Limit Rights
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


25c


19c


29c


Cake MIX


PKG.


46 OZ. 9c
CAN


10 OZ.
JAR


STOKELY
SLICED


GRADE "A" DRESSED and DRAWN WHOLE


lb


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iHE STAlR, #ofri 6 Joe, PIL.
is needed, with ,plenty Of reserve."
"This would also be a double bur-


Florida Power Carp. Seeks


To Strhegthen 'Power Pool'
ganized a Florida Operating Com-
Florida Power Corporation is to population centers within the mittee whose purpose it is, in con-
currently engaged in a vast pro- state. The construction of the 110,- junction with the Orlando Utilities
gram to strengthen the alreayd ex- 000 volt line is well underway and Clommission, to jointly plan the.
isting and adequate "power pool" is expected to be completed by power needs of the state for the
of thigh-veltage -transmission lines the end of the year. Using a new future, which are being determined
and electric generating plants that type pre-stressed concrete "H" at General Electric's Schenectady
dias for many years supplied and frame structure for the first time, laboratories on the latest electron-
kept well ahead of the power needs the power line is designed so that ic computers.
of this fast-growing state, it was the voltage can be stepped up with-, The first phase of the program
reported this week by W. J. Clapp in a few years to 220,000 volts for through 1964 is pictured in the ac-
president of the company. even greater efficiency and bigger companying map showing the pres-
An important feature of the pro- loads. lent major power lines in the state
gram is a 75-mile transmission line The program is part of a nation- now, as well as proposed lines.
of an 'entirely new design through wide plan by investor-owned elec- Each of the four companies is
the 'ehart of -central Florida. The tric companies to spend $8 -billion inter-connected to provide an over-
line will strengthen the entire FPC for electric power transmission all power-line network much as if
system by providing additional in- facilities through 1970, Clapp said. they were one company. In'addition
ter-connections with out-of-state Florida Power Corporation, Flor- each company has its own inter-
power companies, as well .as .pro- ida Power & Light Company and connected system. The inter-con-
vide alternate routes bf delivery Tampa Electric Company have or- nected system is the modern con-


Little Girl's

Dresses

By Cinderella
and Nannette


3 to 6x
7 to 14

WE WILL ALLOW
15% DISCOUNT
DURING THIS SALE!


-- SPECIAL --

Fielderest Sheets
White 81 x 108

only $2.49


36" CORDUROY
20 Fall Colors
Regular $1.10 Yard

Now '98c yd.


tfi)


10%
Discount
On All Boys
JACKETS
and
Car Coats


,cept of utility operations in which of all homes in the United States,
the entire area of a utility is ser- both urban and rural, are connect-
ved -through a continuous network ed for electric service," Clapp said.
;of power lines with large -generat- "About four-fifths of all electric
ing plants at strategic locations customers are served by investor-
capable of severing the entire area owned companies through this na-
through alternate routes of the net- tionwide grid and these companies
work. maintain reserve power facilities
The electric transmission and -well ahead of actual needs. In spite
generating grid in Florida is also of -the outstanding job that Ameri-
inter-connected with other corn- can's investor-owned utilities are
panies in Georgia and Alabama and doing, proponents of the govern-
forms part of a nationwide inter- ment in the power business are
connected network of power. making a widespread effort to
Clapp said that in the 31-county show a need for the ,government to
area served 'by FPC the company's waste billions of dollars to dupli-
total expansion budget this year cate many xeisting power lines
would be $40 on i and an 'addi- through the construction of a na-
tionald be $86 million during 1962-6 tionwide government-owned power
tional $86 million during 1962-63 Clap said.
will be spent for new construction. grid", lap said-
He emphasized a good portion of "Such facilities are unnecessary,"
this .expenditure would 'be for new -Clapp emphasized, "Because 'the in-


transmission p o w er lines
strengthen the Florida grid.
"At the present time over


to vestor-owned electric companies can
already supply all of the electric
98% power wherever and whenever it


den on the nation's taxpayers," he
said. "First, because the govern-
ment provides for the favored few
at the expense ,of many; and sec-
ond, because every dollar spent for
government power is one -dollar
less spent for taxable facilities 'by
investor-owned companies. At the
present time the nation's investor-
owned utilities account for 12% of
the capital invested by United
States business and is spending
more each year in taxable expan-
sion than any other industry in the
nation."
"American business-managed, in-
vestor-owned, tax-paying electric


tHURSDAY,- 8EPT. 98, 1901


companies are today doing a good
job of providing electric power for
all of this nation's needs. There is
absolutely no logical reason for fu-
ture expansion of any other gov-
ernment project," Clapp said.







THE-STAR
THE STAR


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ------......--...... 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .-..... 7:30 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


You Ave Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church


REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
TRAINING UNION 6:15
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ......-. 7:30


a.m.
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.


Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


LOVELY

FALL COATS

and

S U S T S

By Fashion-Balt
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Shop Now While Stocks
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We Will Allow A


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DISCOUNT
on any

COAT or SUIT

Purchased during this
Sale!


10 % DISCOUNT ON ANY SKIRT OR DRESS
DURING THIS SALE SHOP EARLY!


ATR
YOUR
FORD
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-- SPECIAL -
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No. 4 Army Twill Khaki or Grey
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Single Control ------$15.95
Double Control -----$19.95


Ladies Pampered Large 1 LOT Men's
Nylon Cotton BATH Men's JACKETS
Hosiery PRINTS TOWELS JACKETS 10%
SALE Now Only $495 DISCOUNT
2 Pair for 2 FOR.95
$1.00 79c yd. $1.00 $6.95 SuRN
T9HIS SALE!


Men's

Flannel
SHIRTS


$1.98


Men's Cotton
Wash & Wear
PANTS
$4.98

Free
Alterations


Men's
Fall Slacks
All Wool
Dacron & Wool
Dacron, Rayon
With or with-
out Pleats
$6.98 to $12.98
FREE ALTERATIONS


HERE NOW-1962 FORDS
The 1962 Galaxle by Ford ... a new standard of automotive
quality. It's silent as a secret, swift as a rumor. And it's
beautifully built to be more service-free. Routine service is
reduced to a minimum-30,000 miles on many items,
6,000 miles on the rest. Galaxie and Galaxie/500 .. cars
with Thunderbird elegance ... Thunderbird power!
The 1962 Ford Falcon .. more from the car America loves
most. Now there are 13 wonderful Falcon models, including
the brand-new Falcon Deluxe Club Wagon (offers twice the
cargo room of big wagons). You get top economy along with
this big, new choice of models, too... with an improved 0
version of the famous Falcon Six.
The all-new Falcon Squire .. only compact wagon of its
kind! With its smart woodlike trim, the Falcon Squire brings
new sophistication to the compact field.The Squire also gives
you foam-padded seat cushions front and rear... a coun-
terbalanced tailgate with an electrically operated rear
window.. and the longest loadspace of any compact wagon.
REGISTER AT ANY FORD DEALER'S THROUGHOUT


CONTEST 9
BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 29 0
FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE RULES AND YOU MAY BE A LUCKY WINNER
(1) Anyone 18 years old, or older, is eligible to participate, except
Ford Dealers' employees and their families-Ford Motor Company
Sales Department personnel and their families-R. L. Polk and
Company employees and their families-and members of the Ford
Dealers' and Ford Motor Company's advertising agencies and their
families. (2) Should eligibility of an entry be questioned, the
decision of the judges will be final. (3) All entries must be sub-
mitted on official contest entry forms, available only at Ford
Dealerships in the U.S.A. The contest period shall begin with the
opening of business on Friday, September 29, 1961, and end with
the close of business on Saturday, November 11, 1961. Entries
deposited after that date will be ineligible for prizes. (4) This con-
test is void in Wisconsin, Missouri, Connecticut, Nebraska and
wherever else prohibited or restricted by law. (5) Entries will be
judged on accuracy, neatness and clarity. Ties will be broken by
a random drawing by R. L. Polk and Company, and their decision
will be final. Winners will be notified by mail approximately four
weeks after close of contest. (6) In case a Falcon Squire winner
has purchased a 1962 Galaxie, Fairlane, Falcon or Thunderbird
during the contest period, that winner has the option of taking the
Falcon Squire or its cash equivalent value (manufacturer's sug-
gested retail delivered price).
9.D.A.F.
FLORIDA,* AND IN THESE GEORGIA COUNTIES
*Excluding Dode County


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SPECIAL --
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only $2.69 pr.
ONE LOT
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t"Hk .i tAR Port St. Joe -tla. eltig fo 6 156 a day1 at the Waikil 'e6 eral Manager, to strengthen the In a ses6icd Aniouncement liei- i Pit St. Joe, p ensacola and Pana-
T-HURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1961 Surf, located abolit three 'blocks l5iefte, reeI firm's development. iderson Hilt n-Grden was named| ma City. The firm has .been active
-from the beach, a corner apartment In ;the first election, Henry Hil- Secretary-Treasurer of the Coim- in the many phases of world trade
Im YS on the Gth floor with a glorious Lists Changes ton-Green, Jr., was elected a vice- pany, with headquarters at Pen-ce immediately following World
ClaSSi view of the city, beach and Dla- president and named in charge of sacola. since immediately ollowing World
mond Head. Out Ports Operations for the com- He is in charge of the ,firm's tra- War I.
Fillette, Green and Company, one pany. vel service, in -addition to other du-
Too Lateto of Pensacola's veteran steamship ties. SHOP AT HOME
-- Want Ads Get tResa.lte agencies this week announced two He will make his headquarters
ic changes designed, according o in Panama City, where the firm Fillette, Green and -Company has fIt. C..., ..... I. ...


By RUSSELL KAY
I can withstand just about any-
thing but temptation and when
friends on. th eWest Coast urged
.st to fJin them on. a ten-day trip
-o Hawaii we decided to go along
and see for ourselves what the
new star in Old Glory represented.
Distance has taken a terrible
beating in the last few years and
now traveling by jet from Seattle
to Honolulu takes no longer than
driving Iby car from Tampa to
Jacksonville.
The ,big Pan-American jets hop
across from the mainland to the
islands as easy as a frog jumping
'from the bank to a lilypad. We left
Seattle at 7 p.m. and arrived at
our destination at 11 p.m. the same
evening (Hawaiian tim e). We
gained two hours in flight.
will never forget my first look
at MHonolulu's International Air-
port. It was thronged with people
of every race, color 'and creed. In
one corner a group of Hawaiians
were singing as they strummed
their guitars and ukuleles. A large
percentage of the women were
wearing anuu muus (the Hawaiian
version of mother thubbard).
youngsters of all ages were scam-
pering about. A Japanese woman,
garbed in a kimona sat nursing a
baby; :last Indian women, in na-
tive garments of silken gowns that
draggr dthe floor were elbowed by
giggling Hawaiian girls; men in
smart -business suits looked out of
Place 'beside others in rumpled
white slacks and 'bombastic shirts.
Most of those arriving or depart-
ing were wearing leis of orchids.
Eveyrone was happy, -everyone was
gay. The overall picture reminded
me of a gigantic costume party.
A departing ,bride and groom
were trying to push their way
through the crowd, accompanied by
a throng of well wishers who were
throwing rice and trying to smoth-
e rthem with leis adding more color
to the festive scene.
There wasan atmosphere about
the place of -extreme friendliness.
Your welcome ,though impresonal,
was warm and real. You instinc-
tivelv felt that these people, tbe
they' Polynesian, Chinese, Japa-
nese, Negro or what have you,
were sincere friends and glad to
have you as ,their guest. There was
courtesy, -kindness, respect and
goodwill among fellow beings,
such as I have found no where
eyse, on earth and I have traveled
a good part of it. Here, I thought
is a state that America can point
to with pride. Here is true democ,
racy as our forefathers envisioned
it.
Like Florida, Hawaii finds its
tourist industry a top revenue pro-
ducer. Honolulu is the cross road
of the Pacific and attracts many
visitors from ,the Orient and from
other islands of the Pacific as well
as the Mainland. People of the
World enjoy Hawaii because they
feel at home there no matter where
.they are from.
SNow that Hawaii is a State and
no longer a Territory, Hawwians
are rather touchy on this point. I
made the common mistake of say-
ing -that I had "come over from
thee iStates," A Hawaiian friend
smiled and corrected me saying
"'ypu mean. the Mainland, you c'an
no longer come to Hawaii from
the States."
Like most American cities, Hono-
lulu is growing. New homes, apart-
manent 'buildings, business establish-
,ments and industrial plants are un-
der construction. Construction is
modernistic, quite like that found
in our -own resort areas. ,. Living
costs are higher due to transporta-
tion costs. Gas is 42c a -gallon, cig-
arettes 35 *to 40c a pack. Our hotel
rate was surprisingly low, four of
us ,had a double bed room, each
with twin 'beds, bath and kitchen-


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on brand-new wanted items. Here's your chance to really save on all FIRST QUALITY merchandise!


CHOOSE FROM OUR ENTIRE
STOCK OF FINE QUALITY


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Everyday Best Seller at 2.99


.3
DAYS 0
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^. 80-square percale full cut and sized cor-
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fall and winter styles. Sizes 8 to 15; 12 to 20,
141/2 to 241/2, 46 to 52 and 26 to 321/2.

SUPER-SHEER, FIRST QUALITY .- '


NYLON HOSE
3 Days Only at This Low Price! 3 Pair
Full fashioned, 60-gauge nylons. Fine neat
seams, trim toe, tapered narrow heel and
reinforced toe. Every pair guaranteed New- $ 1, 0
est autumn shades in sizes 81/zto 11.


ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S


Sport Shirts

REG. 2.99


DAYS 58
ONLY 2
Handsome new shirts in beautiful Dan River ,-
woven gingham plaids, solid colors with
embroidered trim and many fancy p ot-
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long tails. Sizes S, M, L, XL. -.


WE CASH
PAYROLL
CHECKS FREE!


3 DAYS ONLY AT 66
THIS LOW PRICE!
A wide selection of new styles woven gingham
plaids, fancy patterns and solids. New slip-over vil-
lager styles included. Permanent collar stays, full cut
with long tails. Sizes 6 to 18.


ivy League S sacks


REG. 2.99
3 DAYS ONLY!


Women's Dress Shoes.
REG. 4.99 ENTIRE STOCK
A wonderful selection of brand new fall and winter styles and
colors. Complete size range. Better hurry only 3 days at
this low, low price
SiS gHSS SSS^ 4 **-- s-^"-- ---- i ** 4-.


6 W
66


New wash 'n wear Glo-twist cotton '!nnels and gab-
ardines. Ivy styles with slim, tarc;c ,gs. Newest solid
colors of the season. S;zes 6 to id.


jigs- iG


Women's Panties


59c
SELLER


2 FOR 75c
Fine 2-bar tricot, full cut with 9-
inch crotch. Hollywood style. Satin
tab on stress points. Sizes 5-10.


Boys' Hooded Parkas
VALUES TO 7.99


Heavy cotton sateen, mer-
cerized, water repellent.
Bulky 12-oz. quilted lining,
easy zip-off hood. Colorful
stripe knit rol I collar, con-
cealed wristlets. Charcoal,
blue or antelope. 6 to 14.


FAMOUS CONE AND CANNON

Bath Towels

White and nine beau-
tiful colors; also sol-
ids with window
pane checks.
H e a v y w eight,
|. large size.


MEN'S SANFORIZED FLANNEL


rSP T SHIRTS
& \--S VALUES TO 2.49


1 77


Many assorted
handsome plaid
patterns. Full cut;
two roomy pock-
et s. Permanent
collar stays. Sizes
S, M, L, XL.


MEN'S MATCHED

Work Sets
3 DAYS ONLY! $ SET
SAVE 98c 5
Shirts, Reg. 2.69; Pants, Reg. 3.29
Long wearing, sturdy twill .Sanfor-
ized and vat dyed. Full cut with long
tails and two roomy pockets. Shirt sizes
14V2 to 17, pants 29 to 42.


h lep :s Socks
RG7-. 39) 0 1
Fine combed cot- Prs.
ton in novel'v for
patterns. Sizs 10 ONY
to 13. 3 AYS ONLY!
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s of Your Neighbors


_e --1 ~BPP~B~hseL,-~- I '' 1







/ !T Al GI P t 8 Joe, 1i6.
Bibles Ndeded in Foreign Lands / "'Hei"Af S&T, A', 101#
By JOEL STRAIT and notes in it;, that's ti it e. It an diiaiat evt sonsored by the
6hriatlin Have you ever would show the one whd received Bay County Ministerial Association
toasidere *hat your life would it that you loved the Lord also. Serving on the steering committee
he like it you couldn't read your Please pray about this and if with Rev. Scoggins aresDr. J.h.
bible when you Wanted to? What the Lord leads you to do His bid- Avery, Dr. Charles Forester, the
-if you didn't even have a Bible? ding, take your Bible to the St. iev. Crawford Railey and Rev.
-Would you walk from Port St. Joe Joe Auto Parts at 311 Williams George C. Bedell.
to Denver, Colorado to tbuy one? 9.venue where they will be shipped Other committee chairmento
Would you paddle .up the Mississip-: to Madison for distribution to those assist in the-series are Dr. Richard
i River in a boat to Chicago to' in need. E. Morley, spiritual preparation;
get God's Holy Word? Would youi Jst one ,more plea. If you Charlse Adams, public relations;
take a steamer up the coast to would like to fight Communism, Dr. J. J. Hollomen, counseling;
SNew York to purchase God's Word which is another word for Satan- Hugh Nelson, finance; Kent Hall,
of Life? There are those living in ism, then ask your friends to send reception; T. Woody Smith, usher-
Africa and South America today their Bibles too. Satan cannot be ing; John Hutt, arrangement; Earl'
Swho would have to travel just that injured ,by machine gun bullets, Cochran, student participation and
distance to obtain a Bible. It Iout he can be stopped, and stopped Woodrow Wilson ,area participa-
would be sad indeed to have to ,for good with the Word which is tion.
travel -that far for a Bible but that's "Sharper than a two-edged sword".
not the worst of it. In some of Bookmobile Due
those countries, the 'governments Pi BookmobileDue
ire so dominated as to not even Plans MMae Bor a
allow the individual to buy a Bible M f At Mexico Beach
for personal study. 'Festival of Faith
Onie young man wrote from Ni- F h Residents of Mexico Beach and
geria and pleaded with the Source Plans are underway for the sec- vicinity are reminded that the
of, Light Mission in Madison, Geor- ond annual Festival of Faith Ser- Bookmobile library is scheduled to
gia to send him a Bible so that he ies to tbe held at City Auditorium, come every Thursday morning. It
could preach the word to others Panama City, October 23-27, accord- is stationed in front of the Gover-
'-that wanted to hear. He -had just ing to the Rev. Richard L. Scog- nor Motel from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30
Completed one of their Bible cour- gins, chairman of the steering comn- and then at the -Shopping Center
5sos and wanted earnestly to grow mittee. from 11:30 to 12:30.
Sin grace. How is this possible with- A .prominent Southern Baptist Much credit was given to some
out God's written words to instruct Evangelist of Texas- will ibe the of .the :people in the area who ex-
us, .in righteousness? ;speaker for the five-day series of pressed their -interest and support
In- this country, we can -go and religious service. The Rev. Angel for continuing the Bookmobile ser-
buy anything we want including Martinez, a dynamic young evan- vice. Books to please all ages are
Bibles. Would it be possible to 'gelist will direct the services. available including current best
glye your old Bible to men -and Large crowds are .expected to sellers, fiction and non-fiction-, al-
women not able to ibuy Bibles of attend -these services. Churches so a wide range of children's books
their own? If you have an extra throughout Northwest Florida are are an example of what is avail.
- Bible, in usable condition, the being invited to- participate in able.
.Source of Light Mission would be -these services and special recogni- Military personnel and residents
glad to send it to someone who 'has tion nights are being planned to of Gulf County are also invited to
asked .for one and would study it honor out-of-town groups. use the Boolmnobile library ser-
daily. Your Bible may have writing' The Festival of Faith Series is vice.


of assorted sizes and grades of





To make warehouse room for the coming season's stocks we offer a
straight $2 OFF THE ACTUAL SELLING PRICE (not a fictitious list
price) on every tire marked for clearance.
The brand is Gates famous Air-Float Deluxe the tire that gives
25% to 30% more miles at no premium in price. There are both whitewalls
and blackwalls, tubeless and tube-type, in many sizes.
You get same Road Hazard Guarantees as on tires sold at regular
price. Clip all four coupons, buy a set and
SAVE $8 /'^ J
Tires to fit most models of FORDS, CHEVROLETS, .'
PLYMOUTHS, BUICKS, DE SOTOS, DODGES, PONTIACS, / #
OLDSMOBILES, MERCURY, CHRYSLERS, RAMBLERS,
STUDEBAKERS, HUDSONS, CADILLACS. P' "


5 marked for clearance.
3 Sizes available at time of-offer:
6.70-15, 7.10-15, 7.60-15,
8.00-14, 8.50-14, 8.00-15,
8.20-15, 7.50-14.
5 Offer goad through Sept. 30

THIS COUPON GOOD FOR $
on purchase of one $
GATES TIRE
marked for clearance.
Sizes available at time of offer:
6.70-15, 7.10-15, 7.60-15,
8.00-14, 8.50-14, 8.00-15,
8.20-15, 7.50-14.
Offer good through Sept. 30


Sizes available at time of offer: B Y
6.70-15, 7.10-15, 7.60-15,
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: 8.20-15, 7.50-14. car puts a new, safe,
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and the Florida Folk Festival.
According to newspaper reports,
C. C. Street, the Polk Centennial
chairman in Bartow, has announced
that .an effort will be made to have
the Centennial composition, "Flor-
ida, My Florida," substituted for
"Suannee River" as. the state
song. The numabre was composed
by John A. McGee of Bradenton,
who wrote music, dialogue and ly-
rics for Polk's Centennial pageant,
"Century in the .Sun," to be pre-
sented in, November.



For Job Printing It's


Thirty-One Florida Schbol Teachers
Selected For National Science Foundation


Stephen Foster MeiMorial Commission ector oi state f
Florida's memorial to America's
Upset Over Move To Change State Song most widely known composer,re-
called that the Florida legislature
in 1935 designated "Way Down Up-
WHITE SPRING, (FNS) Any ef-,ers of the Polk County Centennial, on the Suwannee River," or "Old
fort to replace "Suwannee River" now ni progress, will ask the next Folks at Home," as the state song.
as Florida's state song will be vig- legislature to substitute a modern The Foster memorial, a cherished
dcrously opposedd by the Sitephen tune for Stephne Foster's classic project of the Florida Federation
Foster Memorial Commission, the was received here with surprise of Music Clubs for many years, was
Florida Federation of Music Clubs, and some disbelief. opened here on the Suwannee Ri-
and the Florida Folk Festival Asso If a sincere effort is being made Iver 11 yeasr ago this Fall.
citation, as well 'as many other mu- in this direction, I am greatly sur- Ownde and operated by the state,
sic lovers, a spokesman for the prised," said Foster L. Barnes, di- the Poster Memorial is the site each
Stephen' foster Memorial predicted rector of the Stephen Foster Me- year -for many outstanding music
recently. morial. "If this is just a publicity events, including the "Jeanie With
The announcement that produc- scheme, I think it is rather taste- the Light Brown Hair", 'auditions


SH E T Teaohers from Port St. Joe par-
T H E S T A R 'ticipating in the Institute -are Mrs.
J. D. Clark and, Mrs. Bill Jordan,
teachers in the Port St. Joe Ele-
'1 I i*ii


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TALLAHASSEE Thirty- one
elementary school teachers .from
Florida and Georgia have been se-
lected as participants in the Na-
tional Science Foundation's 1961-62
Inservice Institute in Mathematics
to be held at Florida State Univer-
sity, September 23 through May 19.
Dr. Eugene D. Nichols, professor
and head of mathematics educa-
tion who will conduct the institute
said its purpose si 'to provide ele-
mentary school teachers and super-
visors of grades one 'through six
with instruction in the concepts of
contemporary mathematics.
Conducted in 16 three-period
'sessions meeting on alternate Sat-
urday mornings throughout the
year, the course is tuition-free.
Participants 'also receive travel al-
lowance and three semester hours
of graduate credit in mathematics.
Covered in the course will be
such topics as the development of
number systems, basic notions ,of
geometry 'and elementary number
theory. Outside lecturers and dem-
onstration classes with elementary
school children will be a part of
the program.


ISA-N DIEGO (FHTNG)--Serving
in the Pacific aboard the tank


THt &TAR, Port St. JoS, F11. THURDAY, SEPT. i, 1901
operating out *of San Diego is Rob- eering excellence, a green "C" for
ert L. Davis, seaman apprentice, outstanding communications, an
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert amphibious assault award and an
E. Davis if 305 Iola St., Oak Grove. overall Battle Efficiency "E".
The Tioga County recently recei-
ved four awards for outstanding Want Ads Get ResAlt.
-preparedness in its various mis-
sions: a red "E" award for engin- SHOP AT HOME


mentary School and B. B. Scisson,
Supervisor, Gulf County Schools.

Three Local Boys
Attend Sewanee
Sewanee, Tenn.-New and re-
turning students of the University
of the South found ready for them
the Guerry Memorial Building, in
partial use 'adn awaiting dedication
on October 10. In the new hall are
an auditorium and art gallery,
classrooms and faculty offices. A
thirty-station language laboratory
went into action with the opening
of classes on September 14. It winl
bel students converging 'at the
men's college on the Cumberland
plateau from 39 American states
and four foreign countries acquire
the authentic accents of Spain,
France and Germany.
654 students, a new high in en-
rollment figures, have entered the
College of Liberal Arts and 73 the
School of Theology.
Sewanee students from Port St.
Joe include, Harry Livingston Bab-
bitt, Jr., son of Rev. and Mrs. H.
L. Babbitt; William Franklin Dan-
iell, son of Arnold Daniell and
James Henry Wilder, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Byrno Walter Wilder, S.r.

AlE Will Meet In
Panama City September 28
The Panama City Sub-Section,
American Institute of Electrical
Engineers, will meet Thursday,
September 28 at Daisey Lee's Res-
taurant in Panama City.
All AlIEE members and other
persons interested in becoming
members are invited to hear Stan-
ley Worsham of 'Southern Pre-stres-,
sed Concrete, Inc., present "The'
Manufacture and Application of
Pre-stressed Concrete."
The social hour will begin at
6:30 with dinner at 7:15 p.m. Mr.,
Worsham's presentation will fol-
ow dinner.

lobert L. Davis Serving
n Pacific Theatre


M DyNUM-n 9
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ALL FLAVORS JUMBO
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25 LB. SACK
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IT'S A GRANDPOPPER CELEBRATION --
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COATS and SUITS


Franklin Would be Proud..


AT
BOYLES


$1 Sales Tax
Included


Every new style has been individually selected. Bright re-
freshing fall and winter colors. Sizes for Misses and Juniors.


Of the large amount of Savings so many people 16 YEARS OF VALUE LEADERSHIP!
receive at BOYLES ... Shop here! You Can Trust Grandpa!
Join Our Silver Dollar Savings Club! This may be your last chance
to buy famous LEE clothes be-
and Be Happy with every purchase. Listen 8 fore prices advance. Select now-
from our $5,000 stockl Remnem-
and 9 a.m., daily, WJOE to Boyles radio broad- ber, all Sales Taxes Included in
casts! these prices.
Boy's Lee Riders, pr. $3.00P
.... Men's Lee Riders pr. $4.00
- GRANDPA GOES ON A SAVINGS SPREE 222 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla. Phone 227-4261
FPine quality chetopa twill "Your Home-Owned Friendship
A Fine Group of New Arrivals In Cotton MEN'S PANTS "Your Home-Owned Friendship Store"
r U "'MN WEA AD DAMNTS sizes 28 to 50 -- GRANDPA'S REPORT TO THE PEOPLE --
W AS H N WEAR PANT SAlso Young Men's OVER 1,000 PAIRS FOR MISS AND MRS.
MEN'S SIZES BOY'S SIZES in pLEE-SURE PANTS FLAT $2, $3, $5
AIENIS SIzMS BY'SSUES in polished cotton and novelty FLAT SHOES .....$2, $3,$4, $5 pr.
$4.00 $3.00 cords.air $5.00 sales Tax Included
S$ lpair $5.00 Fine soft leathers, Suedes, Corduroy, Nylon Cords, and Canvas
All Sales Tax Included. Smart new fall colors LEE WORK CAPS and GLOVES Casuals. Black, Brown, Otter, Green, Red, Tan and White. Sizes
for sharp young men. atGrandpa's Penny Pinching SAVE UP TO 100 PENNES A PAIR!


Grandpa BOYLES Loves You and Loves Grandma BOYLES Penny
To Serve You! Pinching Scotch Special!
F ATTENTION All Grand- Selfast Birdseye
F E E E Poppers and Grandmommers DIAPERS

REGISTER FOR A DINNER $1.69 doz.
At the St. Joe Restaurant of Your Choice
BOYLES will pick up the tab for the youngest SAVE PENNIES!
Grandmother and her best boy friend and the Curity Fine
oldest Grandfather and his best girl friend. No Gauze-Dnia ers i
purchase Is required. We think you deserve a GUze Diapers
set-upl And it'll be a privilege for Grandpopper
and Grandmommer BOYLES. $3.69 Doz.


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Grandpa Says: 'Pay Cash-Not Interest'
And Grandmommer says "Gimme
Room! Let 'em go!"

266 PERSONALLY SELECTED

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Values up to $14.99

$4, $6, $8, $10
The new atom age cottons with that fresh
new look. A parade of enchanting styles
for Juniors, Missy and Half Sizes. Famous
labels known for leadership.


Headquarters for Poll Parrott and
Scamperoo Shoes for boys and. girls


Grandpa Knows! Money Saving Magic at Law-Away Now
Little Imp GRANDPA'S SALE! for Christmas!
S H 0 ES Penny-Wise Children's A Real Old-Fashion.
For Infants and Men's Cotton
Toddlers DR E S S SALE Me' mton
SOFT SOLE Work Sox
$1.00 pr. 2 to $600 5" s pr. $1.00
HARD SOLE Including Tax New first quality
$1 =Argyle
$1.99 pr. Famous name. Quity guarantee Dress Sox
Sizes 0 to 6. White and Sizes 1-3, 3-6X and 7-14. Fall's gay-
patent. Ties, straps, Ro- .
man sandals, est colors and styles. 3 pr. $1.00


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A GRANDPOPPER
VALUE!
NOW!


Take A Tip From Grandpa!
Grandmommer says: "We've been
double shipped on outing flannel
wear!"


Regular or Slim sizes FLANNEL GOWNS
"BOYS, 13% OZ.FLANNEL GOWNS
Boys, 13% oz.
WESTERN STYLE and PAJAMAS
Dungarees For Ladies 1 to 100
pr. $1.'99 $2.00 each
Sales Tax Included
Guaranteed fit and Fine soft sanforized, gaily printed cotton
Service! flannel. Many styles


"It's A Girl" Says Grand-
pa "Hurrah!"
New Shipment of 300 pairs
(4 pairs, guaranteed 1 year)
GIRL'S RAYON TRICOT
PANTIES
by Dixie Belle
4 pr. $1.00
Sales Tax Included! White or
pastel. Sizes 2 to 14.


LEGAL ADVERTISING /s/ E. 0. HARDEN, Sr., Chairman of Macon Kraft Copoation, Ma- Joe, Florida, for September 28, 1961St Joe, F THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1961
Sept. 28 and Oct. con Georgia. 1. The names and addresses of .the pub- iwanis d "
lisher, editor, managing editor, and busi-
INVITATION TO BID You are hereby notified that Roy ness managers are: Wesiey R.Ramsey, Sr., the unpleasant misty weather in in the grease from 'the lamb or
The Board of County Commissioners of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, B. Maddox has filed a petition for Port St. Joe, Florida. r1 Ofi P Ireland and of the friendly, gregar-mutton.
Gu.i County will receive sealed bids from .FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL the adoption of the minor children 2P The owner is: Wesley R. Ramsey, Sr., Ia I elad athei int r-
any person, company, or corporation inter- cCIRUIT OF THE STATE P Joe, Florida. ous people with their quaint story- Hargraves s-ummed up by saying
tested in selling the County the followingter CIRCUIT O THE ST above named and you are required 3. The known bondholders, mortgagees, Ron Higgins, Florida Game De-
.e, haed personal property: OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR to show cause why the same should and other security holders owning or hold-r, the water la
ONE (1) National Cash Register Class GULF COUNTY. IN CHAN- not be granted, serving a co of ing 1 percent or more of total amount of apartmentt Information Officer had book custo that the climate s worse, the wabut he
A-2057 (UP) Tax billing validating CERY. grrvnga copy bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: the program at the Kiwanis Club Hargraves warned the Rotarians
machine. No substitute. Specifications IN RE: Adoption of your written defenses, if any, upon Mrs. Myrtice Smith, Port St. Joe, Florida. ,people are some of themost friend-
may be seen in Office of Tax Collector, Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr., At- 4. Paragraphs 2 and 3 include, in cases meeting Tuesday noon and showed that should any of them go to Ire-
Gulf County, Florida. JOHN CLAUDIUS BRANKA, torney for Petitioner, 221 Reid Ave- where the stockholder or security holder ap-and, they s h d ch here they y
Bids will be received until October 10, DIANNELAVERN BRANKA y pears upon the books of the company as the Kiwanians an interesting film. land, they should watch where they ly on earth.
191 at 9:00 o'clock A.M, Central Stan- LAVERNE BRANKA nue, Port St. Joe, Florida, and by trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, The film was made by the Rem- eat. In the usual run of restaurants Guests of the club were Rev. C.
dard Time, at the Office of the Clerk of the and DONNAfiling the original thereof with the the name of the person or corporation for
Circuit Court, Wewaitchka, Florida. minors. Clerk of said Court on or before whom such trustee is acting; also the state- ington Arms Company and told the the main meat served with any j. Buttram of Port St. Joe, Merritt
any and bids ht to reject NOTICE the 23rd day of October, 1961; oth- 's full knowledge and beliefs to the story of duck and goose hunting meal is lamb or mutton. And if Pope of Panama City and Gene Aus-
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO: WALTER V. BRANKA, whose ,erwise, a decree may *be entered circumstances and conditions under which throughout the United States. Sev- this national meat isn't served, the tin and Buck Chauncey of Apala-
Gulf County. last known address was in care against you granting said adoption, sto elders l mhos o m i hunin ill :be cooked security holders who ducola.
not appear upon the books of the company eral methods of game bird hunting food that is served wil *be cooked I dhicola.
WITNESS my hand and the seal as trustees, hold stock and securities in a
of said Court at Wewahitchka, Gulf capacity other than that of a bona fide from all parts of the U. S. were
,County, Florida, this 20th day of wnerhe average number of copies o each hown including the hunting of the
September, A. D. 1961. issue of this publication sold or distributed, blue ,goose in Canada, broad-bills
GEORGE Y. CORE, thipugh the mars or otherwise, to paid on Log Islnd.Sond,.i
TO OUR PATRONS Clerk Circuit Court subscribers during the 12 months preceding Long Island Sound, mallards in
Gulf County, Florida the date shown above was: 1,560. Stuigart, Arkansas, and pintails in
AND FRIENDS: (Circuit Court Seal) 4t-9-21 Sworn to and subscribed before me this California.
h dBNOBRMA HUMPHREY, In addition to the movie, Higgins
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS Notary Public, State of Florida at answered several questions put to
The Board of County Commissioners of large. My commission expires No-
We with to publicly express our sincere thanks Gulf County will receive sealed bids from vember 23, 1962. Bonded by the him by Kiwanis members concern-
any person, company, or corporation inter. American Surety .oC of N. Y. i nty f the
and appreciation to our many patrons, friends ested in selling the County the following (SEAL)ng hunting n Gulf Couty or the
described personal property: coming season. Higgins said indi-'-,
and business firms who have favored us with ONE (1) Willys 4 wheel drive, 6 cyl. c
Pickup truck, Model L6-226, with cab Minutes of the cations showed that this would be
mot tfuo St Pto apger anu co eluding directional signals and-re ear vie County Commission a good dove season and good woods
most grateful to St. Joe Paper Co. and Michi- mirror. Color ree beDehunting.
ered to Gulf County Health Depart-
gan Chemical Co., for their many kind con- ment, Port St. Joe, Florida. To be paid WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA Higgins told the Kiwanians eeVr- R M
SiderationS. Bids will be received until October 10, September 21, 1961 eral of the methods currently be-
1961 at 9:00 o'clock A.M., Central Stan- The Board of County Commissioners of "
MRS. BARBARA RENNON dard Time, at the Office of the Clerk of Gulf County, Florida, met this late, pu- ing introduced by the Wildlife De-
the Circuit Court, Wewahitchka, Florida. suant to recess called on Seuiember 12, :1961partment to crack down on illegal
MRS. BETTY KOCHEM The Board reserves the right to reject with the following members present: E. C.
any and all bids. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Neva S. Croxton, hunters and fishermen.
MR. and MRS. JOE FOLZ BOARD of cOUNTY COMMISSION8 Leo Kennedy and James H. Greer. Higgins said that Floreda's .ur-
M r men MulROCounty ad Clerk, Sheriff and Attorney wabre also pres-is-
(frmer owByers) : E. c. Harden, Sr., Chairman 2t-9.28 he meeting came to order at 6:30 p.m. geoning population is gradually en-
The Attorney presented a, plat of a re- croaching on ormerr hunting areas
STATEMENT RE UIRED BY THE ACT OF subdivision of Block, "F' and "G", and all
RAINBOW MOTEL & R STAGUST 2RANT 4,S 912, AS AMENDEDBY Lake front lots"A" t "Q" of Lakeside and that the Florida Game andt
,RAINB OW M OTEL & R AURANT THE ACTSOF MARCH 3, 1933, AND Addoition to Wewahitchka, Florida. Said Fresh Water Fish Commission Is
JULY 2, 1946 (Title 39. United States plat having been approved by the City of
U. S. Highway 98 Mexico Beach Code, Section 233) SHOWING THE Wewahitchka, there was a motion by Co- counteracting this move by procur-
_OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND CR. m-issioner Kennedy seconded by Commi-0/
CULATION OF Msioner Croxton and duly carried, that said ing game management areas. At
.The Star, Published weekly at Port St. plat be filed in the public records of Gulf present there are eight of these
the Court room were opened and consid- Florida, one of which is the Gaskn
ered. The following bids were presented: reserve, which straddles the Bay,
W E INVITE Y U LISTENSmith's Refrig. Co., $4,575.00. Gulf County line.
lw N. B. Sammons, $4,975.00.of the club wee Chesley
BidAutomatic Cooling and Heating Com- Guests of 'the club were Chesley
pany, $4,218.20. Fensom and Johnny Chafin from HEJ MIT
REV. GEORGE L. M ILLER PastorMcClamma Electric Co., $4,772.830. the Port St. Joe High School.
G L M After consideration there was a motion .
by Commissioner Kennedy, seconded by
A H -B CB L C 1 Commissioner Greer and upon vote was duly
carried, that the County accept the bdy ______
Automatic Cooling and Heating Company of a Tal
Panama City, Florida, to furnish and installHa g v
three (3) five ton Carrier Air Conditioning
Units complete with all controls for the
tion between he County and said Company What a different, personal way of saying Mer-
foi additional work that was not in the in- AT Hargraves spoke to the Port Your
aviation for bids. ry Christmas to friends and relatives! Your
The Board directun d aed the Clerk to add the t.Joe Rotary Club last Thursdaye
name of Annie Creamer to the indigent roll pt their regular noon luncheon favorite snapshot graces the cover of each
83 0 A M~a Su n d aysi There being no further business themeeting card with an appropriate message inside.
meeting adjourned. Hargraves spoke to Rotarians on
Attest:
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr. Ireland. He hasgmade several trips
Clerk.hia-I o the "Emerald Isle" in the past
R o S tion WVJ E three years due to his position as
For Job Printing It's vice-president of the St. Joe Paper L Y N A R T S T U D I 0
Temporarily meeting in the High School Auditorium Company, which owns the National PHONE 227-2491 323 REID AVE.
Services at 11:00 A.M. and 7:30 P.. Every Sunday T T A container Boareand Factory at Water-
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Free Parking
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzef's Drug Store
317 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida


Classified Ads


maUll ttprl ht but wil naidd
Ifll ize. Call Will Ramsey at 327,
8161 or 2274-346,
FOR SALE
1. 2-bedroom house at Mexico
Beach on waterfront. 100x143 lot.
Fully furnished. Ceramic tile bath.
Priced at only $iU.975.00.
2. Large frame house, over 2,000
ft. of floor space on five acres of
land at Kinard, Fla. Priced at $6,-
600.
3. 3-bedroom house, 1 bath, car-
port and utility room, on Marvin
Avenue. Pay owner's equity and
assume balance of $9,461.5'6 pay-
able at. $70.00 per month.
4. Lots at Douglas Landing for
fish camps and retirement homes
Terms arranged to suit you.
5. Lots fo rsale at St. Joe Beach.
t block from water. Reasonable
terms.
6. 106 acres at Beaoon Hill. Good
investment opportunity.
7. 320 acres of woodland, six
miles South of Wewahitohka. Ap-
proximately 300 acres planted in
4-year old pine ees.
8. New three bedroom homes un-
der construction on Cypress Ave-
nue. $500 down, payments, approxi-
mately $80.00 per month. FRA.
9. Four lots on Marvin Ave. $660
each. Terms.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
C. W. Long, Salesman
Phone 227-7741 301 WHIlams Ave.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
den, separate dining room, cen-
tral heating, carpet and new blinds
included. Large tree shaded cor-
ner lot. 1301 Woodward. Phone
227-7946. tfc-8-24


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Three beadoom house with oak
ors, ifbtdeway and garage, oh Ii Third Week
x 165 ft. lot on Garrison. AVe-
e, only $350.00 down plus clos-
g cost. This nice home to sell for The Port St. Joe Junior
ly $11,000.00 and the monthly Football Team has completed
yments will be about $67.00 per
month including insurance. first two weeks of practice.
Two bedroom house with, oak lias been on fundamentals, d
ors on Palm Blvd. Only $6,000. the large number of boys. Ho
nancing can be arranged. the large number of boys. Ho
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY tLis week they will begin t,
1 Reid Ave. Phone BAII 7-3491 down to serious work.


j OtobC 12, COhbattahoochee, bre, "v .- "
Qctober 19, Apalathicola, here. Custom Shop, 2,259. to t
Tuesday, October 24, Chattahoo- Team High Single dGaiies maki
1ligh chee, there. Pat's Wonder Bar, 880. sible
November 2, Intra-squad .game. Pat's Wonder Bar, 806. public
their November 9, Intra Squad game. Custom Shop, 799. ohes
Wora .Individual High Garme Series Joe
ue to Bob Joyce, Pat's Wonder Bar 687
we've, Bowling Standings Pendergraft, Pat's, 567.


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EPTIC TANKS puriped out. Call There 'are 63 boys .out .for the Won Lost
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for Junior High team, and in order to Pat's Wonder Bar 8 0
tiick expert service. tft get more work done, the practice Woolford's 7 1
PAINT CONTRACTING" sessions have been divided into two Stone's Bar 4 4
JAMES FLOYD groups. Seventh grade boys will Pridgeon Agency 3%/ 4%
214V2 7th St. Highland View practice from 4:00 p.m. until 5:00 Custom Shop 3 6
PLANNING TO MOVE? Let us help p.m. Eighth and ninth grade boys Pylant's 3 6.
you. Free estimates in town or will practice from 4:50 to 6:00 p.m. Phillip's "66" 2 6
anywhere in the USA. W erepre- So far the Junior High Team has Pate's .Shell 1% 6%
mover. Experienced andat quaified four games scheduled. Two games A team receives a point for win-
SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112 'have 'been scheduled with Api(a- ning each 'game in a three game
Monument Ave. Phone 227-4051. chicola using only boys in the sev- series and 'a point is awarded the
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, enth and eighth grades. Other team with the total number of pins
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet. games will be added later. Most for the series. In cases of ties each
ing first -and third Tuesd ay likely intra-squad ,games will' be team receives % ,point.
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion played in November. Team. High Three Game Series
Home. The schedule so far is: Pat's Wonder Bar, 2420.
.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 'October 5, Apalachicola, there Woolford's, 2,293.
hour l vCut Yourlawn and let ma e -


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Drry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
rvlce Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
L, Phone 7-7501.
IERE WILL BE a regular corn
aunloation of Port St. Joe Lodge
. 111, F&AM every first ate
rd Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
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ROUTE MAN: PROFITS OVER
$5000 PER YEAR. WE TRAIN. JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. M.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. CAR AND REFERENCES NECES. BILLY JOE RICH, See.
Living bedroom, kitchen and SARY. WRITE: MR. CAMP, 659 All Master Masons cordially invited
bath, 401 13th St., J. A. Mira, Ph. W. P'TREE ST., N.E., ATLANTA
648-4128. 8, GEORGIA. 3tc-9-21 R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
AMBITIOUS MARRIED MAN, 23- St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
FOR RENT: Iouse on Long Ave- 45, FOR LOCAL ESTABLISHED M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
nue facing Elementary School. WATKINS ROUTE. CAR AND ing brothers welcome.
Call Mrs. Nora Duren, Phone 7-5471 REFERENCES NECESSARY. PER John H. Dickey, High Priest
FOR RENT: Unfurnished nice 2 MANENT. GOOD PAY. WRITE: Joel Lovett, Secretary
bedroom -house with carport MR. T. F. CAMP, 659 W. P'TREE
laundry room and screened porch ST., N.E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. MA MeLODGENo.
'On corner lot. Phone 227-8536 after FOR SALE Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in American
6:00 p.m. tfe-8-31 New three bedroom house with Legion Hall. All members urged to
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house ceramic tile bath on McClellan attend.
'$35.00 month. Also, two bedroom Ave. Only $10,000. Noble Grand: Emmett Danieln
house, $45.00 monthly. Both unfur- Two bedroom house in White Secretary: J. C. Martin.
wished. See Bill Carr or phone 227-
8111. tfc


Huffman., Woolford's, 567.
Individual High Single Games
Bob Joyce, Pat's, 278.
Bob Joyce, Pat's, 235.
Pendergraft, Pat's, 224.
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hfaitk the local sponsors for
ing the Merchant's League pos;
. We would. like to invite thd
ic to attend these exciting mat-
on Monday nights at the St.
Bowling Lanes.
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FOR RENT: Two story masonry
home on Long Avenue. Close to
schools and churches. Phone 227-
7961. tfc
FOR RENT: Rooms with bath.
Some meals served if wanted.
Phone 227-531. tfc-9-14
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
upstairs apartment on. 312 % 6th
,St. Close 'to town. Call Mrs. Hubert
Brinson, 227-5756. itc
FOR RENT: 2 .bedroom unfurnish-
ed house. Call 227-4141. 4tp-9-28

ATTENTION
RENT PAYERS .
Read This Carefully:
After about a dozen years of
paying an average $75 -per mo.
rent, what have you got?
You Have Exactly
NOTTH ING!
But, Think This Over:
After the same lozen years and
11 .months of payments on your
own home (plus your moderate
down .payment)-
You Own $9.506.00
Clear and 'Free Investment
Can you afford on this basis
to continue paying rent?
WHY NOT HAVE BOTH ,the
nicer living advantages of a
modern new home, PLUS the
financial benefits of THOU-
SANDS and THOUSANDS OF
DOLLARS that your rent money
will build.
The above quoted figures ap-
ply directly to the modern 2
bedroom, 1% bath home for sale
at Mexico Beach.
Ideal for small .family or re-
tired, located in the best living
section in this area with clean,
unpolluted air, excellent water,
paved street, etc. Handy to
SAFE white sand beaches. This
splendid home investment should
be worth more in the near fu-
ture than the present sale price.
Owner has reduced price for
quick sale and can offer terms
as low as $67.50 iper month
which includes principal and in-
terest.
M. MISSLER
See
Rachel Drive, Mexico Beach
(across from Jolly Golf Fun
Center)
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom insulated
house. Hardwood floors, wired .for
air conditioner and electric stove.
PConer lot, 302 16th. St., $8.500.
$57.21 monthly payments. FHA fi-
-nancang, 25-year mortgage. $300
down payment plus FHA closing
costs. Write or call collect, Ben
Dickens, 1101 Piedmont Drive, Tal-
lahassee, Florida. Phone 385-1015.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom home in
*good condition. Nice yard, plenty
of shade, garage. See or call J. C.
Laney, 227-5871. 2tp
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1308
Long Ave. Garage and utility
room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636.
FOR SALE: 1958 Mark 75 Mercury
outboard motor, 14%' Witch-
Craft boat, Gator trailer. Used less
,than 40 hours. See Stafford at
White City. 3tp-9-14
FOR SALE: Good tape recorder.
Usd slightly, $40.00. Also Cabret-
ita full length leather coat, size 9.
Used one season, $25.00. Phone 648-
3126. tfc-9-28
FOR SALE: House no West Duval
Street in Oak Grove. Call 227-8382.
FOR SALE: Trailer and lot, 10x50,
60 model trailer with screened
porch. 30x30 shop building. All to-
gether or separately. 319 Duval St.,
Oak Grove. Stp-9-28


1962


MERCURY ANNO VOCEMENT i


First showing! 1962 Mercury MONTEREY...




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'^:" This is the one for the big-car man. Spacious, handsome, powerful. choice of "6" or three brilliant V-S's for any power-economy com-
s Compare it with other cars at. its price. It stands out like a man bination you wish. And you'll like the extra savings ..
among the boys. Has those big extra values a man likes.
NEEDS ROUTINE SERVICE ONLY TWICE A YEAR...
THE EXTRAS THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENCE ... at 6,000- to 30,000-mile intervals. Changing oil, for example, now
I Take comfort. It's a 6-passenger car without qualification. Has only has to be done every 6,000 miles. A new-type anti-freeze, anti-
extra room, a longer (120") wheelbase than other cars in its class, rust coolant lasts 2 years or 30,000 miles! And a dozen other self-
S A smoother, quieter ride-the result of exclusive Cushion-Link servicing features cut upkeep still further. Stop in. Size up a Mercury
Suspension and greater use of soundproofing. Finer performance-a Monterey for value. The price? Well within the popular-price range.
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WIN A 1962 MERCURY AT OUR ANNOUNCEMENT SHOWING. 18 CARS GIVEN AWAY. 12,680 PRIZES IN ALL!'


(See your Mercury dealer and see how you can win one of these fabulous prizes. Now to October 14.)


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Port St. Joe


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S328 Reid Avenue

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WATH Weekly for Christo's

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