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 Material Information
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: October 26, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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PORT ST. JOE, PLORIBA


Elementary School P-TA


Carnival Set For Saturday


The annual Port St. Joe Elemen-
ta y PTA Hallowe'en Carnival will
YT )T TTJfR begin festivities with a big parade
| 111 I1down Reid Avenue at 3:00 p.m.
Saturday and will end at the carni.
JRSMW Aval grounds.
S 'The parade, marshalled by Wal-
ter. Dodon, will begin in front of
the ApAladhicola Northern Railroad
&RTS O Building with the police depart-
'- meat leading the High School Band,
. Boy ScOuts, Cub Scouts, kindergar-
tens, And the gaily costumed
S'' youth.I Anyone may enter the par-
S. adn


S....t WORLD'S




Port St. Joe You ngsteis Will "Trick or

Treat" for UNICEF Child Aid Funds


Priie, wilHl.be awarded for the
beat costumes at the judge's stand.
First prize will be a $25.00 Savings
Bond; second prize 'will be a $15.00
-savings 'acdunt and third prize
will 'be a $10a00 savings account.
A $5:00 cash prize will go to the
youth with the ,best decorated bi-
cycle.
Booths will open for business Im-
mediately following the parade.
Booths this year are:,
*First .grade: fish pond and hbal-
loona and darts.. '
Second grades: -Drinks, popcorn
and hot dogs.
Third grades: Lucky. eggs, snow,
balls, coffee and oake and candied
apples-
.Four.th grades: Hamburgers.
Vifth d a :a. Nailin t he lo


.Tuesday -evening many of Port basketball throw, and cake and pie
-St. Joe's children will be among r IUlamaion sale...
more than 2,500,000 Amerlcap 'boys Sixth grades: Milk bottle throw,
ahd girls who will devote their Hal- WHEREAS: October lat, bowling alley and hats on dolls.
lowe'en fun to save the lives of loween, s aholdy especially .O r activities will be: pony
other children in more than 100 for children; a' nd -' ride. car ride, baHoons and hat
Countries aided by UNIGEF, the sale. '
Titted Nations Children's Fund. WHERElAS.:. Millions of Ame- Everyone is urged to attend this
'Under ithe sponsorship of the can youngsters share the holl- big event. Funds derived from the
Methodist Church, they will meet day each year,by Trick or Treat- Carnival is ued by.the PTA to
at the church at 6:30 ,p.m. where 'Ing or UNICEF and "the worlds purchase items for the Elementary
-they will receive collection contain- n e&y children"; and SchooL -
ers and t ae& g .
re oie t--cl-et otb oWHEREAS: Tricke. T Treat-to l T m h
"Ai part cipants. In-the Nrgt .m o'Is Ch "--re"K. -
wll have proper o tsion in of Amerfn chii-en con- Hinhlnd View "
Mrs. Gus Creech cern and frinedship for tfeir less
dren bearing the UNICEF symbol fortunate contemporaries; and n i n -
Sare authorized to collect contribu- RES: UNICEFthe Uni l t
Anone wihn to 'tk pa i ted Nations Children's Fund, Is ]-- \
Anyone wishing to take part in helping abou"5 million chiren .The Highland View School PTA
this great service, is Invitedto and mothers .o' better health in will hold a Hallowe'en Carnival on
meet at the Methodist Church over 100 countries and territorise thia 'afternoon between the hours
where they will be givenand a ontaing or by assisting governments in pro- of :99 and 9Q00 p.m.
idnthseatloN I and wilte grams of disease control, nutri- Each class l Athe school will have
ing the seal of UNICEF and will tion, and maternal and' child wel- a booth or ther attractions.gtor
be grouped and assigned to one fare; and. everyone. Schthings as the coun.
street to make collections. In this a e .S tg hc
street to make collections. In this try store, pony rides, house of her-
way, no housewife should be call- WHEREAS: Each coin collect- eors, tc., will be featured. There
Ad on by UNICEF'ers but once. So ed by Trick or Treaters will i also be hamburgers, hot dogs,
please, neighbors, contribute all mean food or medicine for the cakes and pies for sale.
you plan to give at one time. sick and hungry children.of the the 'band from the Port St. Joe
At the same time, over 11,000 world. High S hool under the direction of
other communities will hold a sim- I, 3, L. 'Sharit, Mayor .of the bandmaster Herman Dean will
ilar program, sponsored nationally City of Port St. Joe, .do hereby sag parade in Highland View
by the U. S. Committee for UNI- proclaim October 31st as UNI- biainning at 4:30 in the afternoon.
CEF. Last. year the small coins CEF Day, .and urge every citizen Everyone is invited to come and
collected Trick or Treating for the old and young alike to partici- eaoy the evening as well as help
Children's 'Fund totalled $1,750,000. pate in Trick, or Treat for UNI- the school ad th children.
"This figure gets all its heart- CEF and to welcome the proper-
warming, gratifying 'meaning when ly identified Trick or Treaters at
ik is translated into terms of UNI- the door. r HigJh Team
CEF ad," Mrs. Screech said. "A sin- In witness whereof, I have set
gle penny can mean the vaccine to my hand and seal of the City of Defeats C'ooAA elA
protect a child from TB, a nickel Port St. Joe, on this 23rd day of .DTf Ia t 1100ch 0
can supply penicillin to cure a October, nineteen hundred and. --
child of yaws, a crippling, highly sixty one. The Port St. Joe Junior High
contagious tropical disease. A dime 'ootball team traveled to Chatta-
can buy enough DDT to protect a boochee this past Tuesday and
child from malaria for,-early a Jaycees Announce Played their first football game us-
year, and a quarter can;mea n the ing seventh, eighth and ninth grade
antibiotics tb save a child from the Parade Poys.lans '
blindness of trachoma." The Junior Sharks came home
For $1.00, UNICEF can ship with a 31-13 victory over the Chat-
enough dried skim .milk for 500 Chairman Joe Parrott of the Jay- tahoochee Juniorp. The Sharks .lead
glasses to areas where it is most cee Christmas Parade announced 6-0 at the half time. The passing of
needed. A dollar also represents I this week that the parade this year Al Cathey and some .fine paei re-
500 vitamin capsules for children Iwill be held on Saturday, December ceptions of Randy Weston, Buddy
suffering from malnutrition. Assist- 2 at 10:00 a.m. in downtown Port Smith, Junior Nichols and James
ed governments match the aid re- st- Joe- Davis, along with the running of
ceived at least two and a half Parrott said that the parade par, David Babbitt, Larry Parker, Rick-
times, Mrs. Creech emphasized ticipants are now being secured so ey Godfrey and Joe Garcia helped
After the collection, the Trick or that the placing of floats may be the Junior Team to victory. The
Treaters and their escorts will planned' in advance. running passing game was aided
meet at the Methodist Church for Parrott said that plans are now greatly by some fine blocking by
a Hallowe'en party at which time underway: to include decorated ibi- itnemen Randall Richards, Ted
their "treats" of coins will be cycles in the parade with prizes to Whitleld, Bobby Antley, David
counted. be offered for the best decorated. Dickey, Morris Buttram, Cristy
This community project is deo- A1 organizations desiring to en- Gaskin, Larry Parker, "lbby Gull-
signed to last only from 6:30 to ter floats in the parade are request- ford, Gary Fain and Jerpme Barnes.
8:00 p. ed 'to contact Parrott either at his -in all, 57 boys made' the trip to
office with the St. Joe Paper Corn- Chattahoochee and saw some action
Calling All Future Cubs pany or at his home. Floats from lo- in this game.
lingcal businesses, although they do A return game will be played here
All parents interested in enroll-'not participate in cash prizes are in Port St. Joe Saturday morning
g their boys, ages eight through also urged to contact Parrott if November 4 at 11:00 a.m.
11 in the Cuir boys, agcos are urged to ey plan to enter a float in the Coaches Gunter and Nicholson
contact James Moore at 227-5086 parade. wish to thank the parents for help-
or George Wimberly at 227-5261 Cash prizes will be awarded the ing to transport the team to Chat-
within the next week. Cub Dens winning floats. tahoochee.
are now being formed and prospec-
apossibl. Attend the PTA Hallowe'en Carnival


MONEY TALKS-LeVc kiee
It where we can speak with it
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchantel


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1961


Dukate to Address

Episcopal Group
Guest speaker next Monday eve-
ning fin the Parish House, will be
E. L. Dukate prominent Episcopal
laymai, raido station owner and
advertising executive. Mir. Dukate's
presence is in support of the em-
phasis on Chrlatlan Stewardship by
the Episcopal congregations of this
area. .
Paul Fensom announced that the
dinner meeting at -which Mr. Du-
kate spea.kawill ;begin at 7:00 p.m.
a "covered dish" 'affair to which all
members of the Church and friends
are cordially fvited. No business
will be conducted.
Will Ramsey,.. co-chairman of the
committee arranging'the event, an-
inniedi t hat the 6con T'eation of


NUMBER 5


County Registrar



Suggests Changes



In St. Joe Precints


Turn In Old Toys
For Repairs By Jaycees

Ted Cannon chairman of the Jay-
cem, program of "Toys for ToW'
urges that any person having toys


Suggests Creating New Precinct

Number 11 for South of 16th Street

Mrs. C. G. Rish, Supervisor of Registration for Gulf
County, recommended to the County Commission Tuesday


.St. John's,, Wewhitch-a,- will join to donate .for repairing and distrib- night that a new voting prec
Sin the gathering. St. Margaret's uhing to less fortunate children at Joe area, with the present tw
i Chapter of the Women 'of the Christmas, do so at once, Cannon designated to give some reli
Church are: in charge of food ser- said the toys ,were needed now in votes in the two large boxes o
vices, and are assisted .by the Jun- order to get -them repaired In time Mrs.Rto the
lor and .Senior 'Episcopal Young for Christmas. Commission that present Precinct
Churchmen. Toys may be left at the St. Joe Number Nine which stretches from
The Rev. Harnr.,Babbitt is Priest Auto. Parts Company or call Can- Fifth to Sixteenth Streets in Port
in Charge of St. James' and St. non at the Florida Bank for pick- St. Joe be lopped off at Tenth
SJohn's- up of your toys. Street. Precinct Nine is at present
-he, largest voting precinct in the

Investigation PrOves No Homosexual TheRegistrar also recommended

Activities In Gulf County Schoolsng out of nothing.
S Investigations continued into ithe
,Port St. Joe High Schorl duerto ru-
The Gulf County Sheriff's De- reported as suspicious and Sheriff's mors reported to the Department.
apartment carried out investigations deputies questioned its members at Questioning by the Sheriff's De-
of homosexuality 'in Gulf County length. The Panama City News-"partment in the presence of Prin-
during the past week end as a re- Herald reported Saturday that the -cpal Leroy Bowdoin indicated that
suit of the widespread activities re- club was engaged in activities bor- no activities of -this sort were In ex-
ported during the past weeks in during on homosexuality. But -ac- istas,"e at Port St. Joe High School.
the Panama'.Clty area. cording to the Quit County Sheriff's Deputy Barfield said that no fur-
The investigations were -made as 'Department, the activies of the tder investigations in the schools
the results of reports made 'to the club merely resulted in rebellious were .planned. He offered the opin-
Sheriffs Department of suspected :students in the High School and on hatheactivities uncovered in
activities in the Wewahltchka and no such questionable activities Panama City spurred the rumors in
Port St. Joe High Schools. werea evdent. In the words of depu- Gulf County and that they were un-
in Wewabhltchka a girls club was ty Barfield, "the paper made some- fQunded.

SECOND NWFC WIN -

-W : *"* *


Sharks T
By WILL 1. RAMSEY
SStatistically the Chipley Tigers
beat the Sharks in almost every
department, but the Sharks weren't
as concerned about statistics as
'hey were in winning, and that they
did .. by a 13 'to 6 margin in
what was ,probably 'the finest effort
this year from the Shark squad.
Chipley had size, weight and
speed to their advantage, but they
didn't have a Boyer, Hall or a Fen-


ripi Chiplc

It lo1ok d like the game would
end in a 6. to 6 tie until late.in the
fourth quarter Nelson Hall shook
loose 'dr a: beautiful 75 yard touch-.
down jaunt to win the game. Chip-
ley made 'a serious 'threat to score
in the closing minutes but the
Sharks foi ght them off for four
downs within five yards 'of the
goal line. '.
Chipley offered their tans plen-
ty of thrills with several long runs.


som. George Boyer played probably The Sharks were pretty free with
the finest game ever played by a" +he territory between the 20 yard
Port 'St. Joe lineman and Hall and lines, but when Chipley got into
Fensom turned in their usual fine what looked like a certain scoring
performances on both offense and position, Use Sharks shut the door
defense. Hall'racked up 89 yards and threw away the key. It was
and Fensom accounted for 51. -truly an outstanding team effort
The Sharks scored early after on the .part of the outmanned Shark
receiving the kick-off. Boyer took team and' 'a brilliant effort on the
a double reverse and raced %QOyards part of':the most outstanding play-
to the Chipley 25. Larry Davis pas- er on thie field, George Boyer.
sed to Boyer for 20 yards to Chip- Also playing outstanding defen-
ley's five where Davis made a de- sively for' the Sharks were Whaley,
termined run on 'a keeper play for Johnson, Wimberly and Zimmer-
the score. This ended the scoring man.
until the third quarter when Chip- Tomorrow's .Game
ley tied it up with 'a touchdown and The Sharks will put their some-
a blocked extra point by Fensom. what surprising four win and two,


ly 13-6 '
lost record against Blountstown's
six wins and no losses in that city
tomorrow night. The Tigers from
Calhoun County are peacefully
perched .stop their conference
while the Sharks are presently in
third place in the tough NWFC.;
The Sharks haven't beat Blounts-
town in two years, and it will take
a supreme effort to beat the high-
ridlig Tigers tomorrow night.
THE YARDSTICK
St. Joe Chipley
8 'First Downs 13
176 Yards rushing 253
26 Yards Passing 41
'4-7 Passes Completed 3-8
0 Passes intercepted 1
0 Fumbles lost 1
35 Yards penalized 67
WE PREDICT
St. Joe, 6; Blountstown, 0
Chipley, 40; Rutherford, 0
Bonifay, 19; Graceville, 6
Bainbridge, 14; Quincy, 6
Sneads, 6; Chattahoochee, 0

SUPPORT THE SHARKS


inct be created in the Port St.
vo precincts in Port St. Joe re-
ef to election officers tallying
n election days.

that Precinct Number Ten be 'back-


ed up to encompass that area from
Tenth to the North side of' Six-
teenth Street. In the present set-
up, Precinct TiP i stretches from the
South side of sixteenth Street to
the county line,.
Mrs. Rish then recommended that
a new Precinct be created-Pre-
cinct 11 to take,, in voters from the
South side of Sixteenth Street in
Port St. Joe to the Souhern county
boundary.
Mrs. Rish recommended, to the
Board that all' other voting Pre-
cincts in the county be re-arrang-
ed to place entire Precincts within
one. county commission district.
By the County's new Commisslon
Districts set out in September, all
voting Precincts (except the KenA-
ney's Mill Precinct and Precinct
Number Eight in Port St. Joe) are
divided by the new districts.
After a good deal' e&r.dacssloa
-the Board Instructed the County
Attorney, David Carl Gaskin to proe-
pare a solutionn making the chan-
*Bi~'ccnmiended'by the Registrar.
T"be.r.solutlon will hba presented .M
the b ommission on November 14
fpr-their considerationn.
Other Business
In other business the county vot-
ed to purchase a Jeep pick-up truck
for the Mosquito Control District
from the Gulf-White Truck Co., of
Panama City for $2,141.25. The only
other bid was submitted by the St.
Joe Motor Company who bid $2,-
325.11. The truck will be paid for
out of state funds.
The Board agreed to call for bids
-to change the electric service in
the County Courthouse from sin-
gle to three phase.
A short discussion was held per-
taining to paving the. county plans
to do on the Jones Homestead
Road. The project will require a
quantity of concrete and the Board
decided to call for ,bids for the ma-
terial. Bids will be received at the
next meeting of the Board. How
much concrete will be purchased
was not mentioned.
.Clerk of the Circuit Court, George
Y. Core 'advised the Commission to
take a physical inventory of all
county property. The Board in-
structed the inventory be made and
-the results presented at the next
meeting.


GEORGE Y. CORE SAYS


County Spends $1 Million Annually

George Y. Core, Clerk of the Cir?| Getting to the County's expenses for maintenance and $16,800 in op- money spent in the county by gov-
suit Court, Gulf County, brought Core said that the county pays out rational funds. The Health Depart- ernmental agencies.
an interesting program to the Port $14,347.23 for county commissioners ,ment also spent $14,624.00 received The county also receives $87,
St. Joe Rotary Club last Thursday. salaries and expenses; $34,516.34 from the State of Florida and $5,- 900 from race track funds; $16,090.-
Core gave the Rotairans a picture for administrative officers, Tax as- 082 received from the Federal Gov- 04 as its share of the State Mosqul-
of where the money comes from sessor, collector, registrar, etc.,) ernment, to control program; $5,000 from the
to operate the county and just $42,785.46 for salaries to the county Election expenses were $1,197.59. City of Port St. Joe and $1,250 from
where it goes. and circuit judges and Shergf De- This adds up to a total expendi- the City of Wewahitchka as their
apartment; $29,308.37 for operation-,ture of $422,737.35 spent by the part of the pest control program;
As an overall picture of the av- al expenses; $68,750.31 for County County. In addition the State spent $962.42 from occupational licenses;
ragee economy Gulf County could Road Department salaries and $145- $477,883.32 in the county for a to- $2,320.00 from beverage licenses;
expect, Core gave some figures on 167.49 for Road Dept. expenses. The tal expenditure of $900,620.67 plus $7,493.02 in excess fees collected by
the national average of a U. S. county also received $206,405.32 in $32,453.21 spent by the Dead Lakes the tax collector, assessor, sheriff,
family's earnings and expenditures secondary road expenditures .by the Management. otc.( $20,423.92 in fines and $53,-
for their lifetime. National statis- State-.of Florida. These funds are not including 315.39 in gas taxes from the state.
Jtics show that th ge family what was spent by the Gulf County This means quite a sum of mon-
in the U. S. earns $250,000 in its The Mosquito Control paid out School Board. ey 7pent in and for Gulf County. In
lifetime. They spend $58,000 for salaries of $16,961 and expenses of WHERE MONEY the way of payrolls, the county
housing, $48,000 for food, $36,000 $22,355.18. The forest service re- COMES FROM pays the salaries of 52 full time em-
for taxes, $26,000 for contributions quired $11,244.57 in county funds. Core then went on to explain ployees and several part-time em-
and gifts, $24,000 for automobiles, Weltare expenditures amounted to where this pile of money comes ployees.
$16,000 for isnurance, $12,000 for $6,664.25. The State contributed from. From local taxes on person- Guests of the club Thursday were
clothing, $12,000 for recreation, $251,772.00 for 362 Gulf County wel- al and real property, the county re- Billy Buzzett of Apalachicola; C.
$12,000 for personal expenses and fare cases. The County Health De- celves $188,835.65 and the school Morgan and Ralph Corbett of We-
p6,000 for doctor and hospital ex- apartment paid out $12,000 for pay- board receives $283,019.58, or just wahitchka and Starr Parker of Los
pese.. .iment on the new buil4ings, W$9a.04 a shade over one-fifth of the total IsAngeles, Calif.


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TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR


PTHE STIA

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


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BICYCLES EVERYWHERE was the result of the
First annual Jaycee bicycle rodeo held two weeks
Sago. Pictured above is only a portion of the large
nOumber of children and their bikes that show-
ed up for the rodeo. Above, Jaycees are putting


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several of the contestant
riding skill courses. The
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Junior High Football Team Loses Second

Game To Apalachicola Thursday, 19-7

The Port St. Joe Junior High iRodney Bowdoin ran over for the
sevelth--and -eighth ,grade football extra point. The Junior Sharks
team (played thier return game kicked to Apalachicola and were
with Apalachicola's seventh and able to hold them on downs. The
eighth grade team this past Thurs- Sharks were forced to ,punt but a
day night, fumbled punt was recovered by Al-
SThe Juinior Sharks started the fred Rudd. After a couple of plays,-
game" b kicking, to Apalachicola the .Apalach411 recovered a Junior.
and': the team from Apalachicola Shark fumble as the game. ended.
marched from -the opening kick-oft The final score was Apalachicola
to their first touchdown. The extra 19 and Porte-St. Joe 7.
point was good 'and at the end of All the junior football ,team saw
the -first quarter Apalachicola led some action and those playing well
7-0. offensively and defensively were:
The Junior Sharks were able to Donnie Smith, Alfred Rudd, Je-
pick up a couple of first downs ,but rome Barnes, Ray Ramsey, Danny
were forced to punt to 'the Apala- Oakes, Tommy Wright, Danny Od-
chicola juniors. From here the Ap- um, Billy Smith, Johnny Rogers,
alachicola team went ahead 13-0. Maurice Fuller, Billy Antley, Da-
Before the half 'the juniors from -.;d Woods, Mike Weston, Gary
Apalach intercepted a pass and avtis, Johnny -Maddox, Guilford
were able to score again. The extra Wiley, Danny Raffield, Jimmy
point wa-nov good and Apalachicola Cox, Alan Humphrey, Lamar Or-
led'19-' at ialftfiie.' rxll, Eddie McFarland, Way-ne Pate,
' Tle.ecoa%'bLhadl'fopened up with George Small, Freldy Wise, Tom-
the visitors kicking to the Sharks my Atchison, Ed Scisson, Randy
and the 'Sharks were able to move Armstrong, Tommy Adams, Bryan
the ball well in the third quarter, Baxley, Rodney Bowdoin, Jackie
.but were -unablp to score. Also they Raffield, 'L.any, Brancl, Tom -Butt-
were hble -to..contain~'the Apalachi- ram, Mark Rutland, Bobby Ellzey.
cola team witi. some flne defensive The Junior Sharks traveled to
play. Chattahoochee Tuesday, October
The fourth quarter saw the Jun- 24 to, play a game using seventh,
ior 'Sharks score with Billy" Smith eighth and ninth grade players. A
going over from the seven yard return game will be played here
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Dear friends:
Here we are in Atlanta, Georgia, the New York of
the South, so much more attractive, friendly and plea-
sant than the New York of the North! Believe you'll
:agree it's a great old Southern City. We love it .
(for two or three days, if you please!) Assembled here
at the fine new Merchandise Mart are more than 500
sample lines of Holiday and Spring '62 Ready-to-Wear
for Ladies and Children. Included are leading manufac-
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to California. It's the Southeastern Travelers Show and
it's a real :stunning sight to see. Fortunately, Mrs. B.
will take care of most of the buying while Barbara and
'I see a few sights-among the bright lights. Now, ifI do
say it, my friendly customers: my partner is a deliber-
ate, ,meticulous, careful buyer. She looksevery single
purchase over from stem to steri, feels it, smells it, and
asks many (trying) -questions. The purpose is to bring
you the most in value for the least money! You'll see
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folks at Boyles. They're on a roaring Carnival Sell-
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Kiwanis Hear Development Comm. Tall the state
The speaker said that many
counties are having trouble attract-
Bill Van Guilder and Wallace i trial Division, which works for hlw is to "boost Florida and try to give ida counties are losing population ing industry because of their un-
Jones of the Florida. Development industry, for the State of Florida. leads to cities having requirements while the remainder of the State realistic evaluations and tax struc-
Commission presented a very In-1 Jones, who did the -speaking, said 'desired by potential manufactur- grew 70 per cent during tho past tures. He ,declared that in counties
teresting program 'to the Port St. that the population growth of Flor. ers". The speaker told the Kiwan- 10 years. where assessments are low and
Joe Kiwanis Club Tuesday at their ida has put a demand on the state ians that it is almost wholly up to millage high, are shunned by man-
regular meeting. of providing 18,500 new manufac- the local Chambers of Commerce The main selling points for in- ofacturers desiring to locate in the
during jobs each year in the state. *to keep the Development Commis- dustry, according to the speaker state.
In explaining the workings- of The Development Commission has sion supplied with information to are: markets, manpower, transpor-F si
the Development Club,. the repre- met and surpassed this goal each .attract industry to any certain station, raw material, tax structure,' "While lorida is weak on e-
sentatives said that the Commis- providing an average of 25 community. living conditions, recreation, etc. eral basic industrial raw materials,
sion is concerned -with three divi- y^e r^ manufacturing jobs each The scarcity of trained labor in the it is stronger in water supplies than
ilons: Tourist Division, which year, acordingto the speaker. Northwest Florida is very weak State is the main deterrent ,to in- any state in the Union. Water is
boosts tourism in the state; Im- in industrial growth according to dustry acquisition with shortages one of the most vital necessities
-provement Division which handles In seeking new industry, the De- the speaker. The exceptions were of certain raw materials -and fuels lor manufacturing. He declared that
Hill-Burton funds in the state for development Commission does not the areas 'around Port St. Joe, Pan- running a close second, according recent Florida laws on stream polu-
1ervice construction and other fed- boost any particular community or ama City and the Pensacola area. to Jones. The 'trainel labor supply tion is doing much to preserve the
eral aid activities; and -he Indus-, area. The job of the Commission As a result the inland North Flor- is being improved by the introduc- Florida water supply and serve as


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of 658Inches T.hiis amounts to 148
billion gallons per day falling on
the state. The_limestone base of
Eloridaastores 1600 cubic miles of
water, or more 'than all the water
in all five of the Great Lakes com-
bined. The speaker said that the
natural flowing Silver Springs pro.
vides more water each day -than
the entire state of Flordia, manu-
facturers and population combined,
can use.
Types of industry having strong
growth in the 'state 'are: food pro-
cessing, -apparel' manufacture, fur-
niture, paper, printing, chemicals,
stone, clay, glass, fabricated met-
als, machinery, electric machinery


and transportation.
Guests of the club were Key
Clubbers Sonny Eells 'and Ronnie
Bordelon.
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THE STAR, Port It. Joe. Fll. THURSDAY, OCTOBER k, 19810 1' ga. P A1 h AD AM E I TD (round, for focal point), smaller
Those interested in and/or di-rLUVO ER ARRANGEMlEN I 1lr9 gold pom ipoms and fall leaves for
|rectly concerned with these mat- fillers. This combination is very 7 0
er, have opportunity to attend. e as d spicy and informal and should re-
Keeping A Family Milk Cow By POLLY HAYS ample, both the ster and th mind us of tweeds In clothing and
GulfCan you afford to keep a family To create a flower arrangement gladiolus grow profusely in our mifnd us ot tweeds in clothing and
Imilk Cow t with all the desired qualities by state and are compatible in texture footalgames of the fall season.
SSeveral years ago, the answer to using .the elements of scale, accent,. a.d shape. --- -
COUNTY AGENTS NOTESthi quetionwasabvous you balance, harmony and rhythm, the You mak take the pink aster and
thved in the country. Most rural flower arranger should consider pink gladiolus which combine beau-
'families couldn't afford not to keep texture and shape of the flowers tiflilly in an arrangement of either
By CUBIE R. LAIRD a family cow. But times change. used in. the arrangement. You contemporary or period design. The
Now several things affect this de- should ,feel that your completed largest and deepest 'shade of aster You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
cision-among them the economics composition is one object of art should be used as the point of ac-
Gulf County Farm Bureau" themselves effectively in the legis" of the attitude of the family. and not a number of individual cent, with the next In .size and j n A
On Friday, October 27, at 6:00 lative halls of our nation. A a.mily considering whether or flowers viewed separately. depth of color extending therefrom. LOn Ave. Baptist Church
p.m. at Wewahitchka Community Mr. Ralph Harrison, Florida not to keep a cow should ask 'them- The flower arranger will find it You should use the. :gladioli of a
Center, the Gulf County .Farm Bu Farm Bureau Field Representative selves several questions: easier to use only one kind of lighter shade of pink than the as- REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
reau will hold its annual member- fr our area of the state, will also Is there at least one are f good flower of the spike type in an ar- s toform the extremities of the SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
ship meeting. All members, and attend the meeting. pasture available for a cow? Is the rangement and combine it with de aster an d 4.e gladiolus ar MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
those desiring to Join, are urged Board of Health Hearings with The ater and the gladiolus ar- MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
ontho n o ro o family willing to take the responsi- one kind of round flower. For ex- ragement is a typical example of TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
to attend and bring a basket lunch. The Florida State Board of ability of nilking and caring for the ragement Is a tpcal example of NING I : p.m.
Honorable Joseph W. Bailey, Cir- Health will hold hearings at some cow every day? Can a child join the the use of two shapes, round and 'EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
cult Judge, 14th Judicial Circuit 13 points in the state during No- 4-H b w every day? Candy se hi the cow as a fitably maintain a family milk cow. spike, in a pleasing flower arrange- PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ....... 7:30p.m.
will be guest speaker. vember on "Regulations Governing training project to advantage? Do However, a family of three usin must. The spike should always be .
Officers and directors for the thb Sale and Use of Highly Toxic average amounts would only rea- used for ,the outermost point of Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
coming year will be elected. Dqlei-Pesticides oiy Goernmental, Re- ant our ow s and ze two thirds as much milk 'a your design with the round flower .Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
gates r will be selectedto. Dele- Pesicides by' Governmental, Re- A healthy cow, clelanutensils and ue-about $30.00) per month-to CO- brought inside 'and used for a focal.
gates will be selected' to. attend search, Agricultural and Related adequate refrigeration are essen- ver oeed and all other expenses of point. deand u" for afoc A
Florida Farm Bureau Federation Users and Other Users." talks; but ith these, the home er e n other exens o po VISITORS ALWA S W ELCOM
annual meeting in Miami Beach,. Te nearest lac tous of ny milk supply can be the very best ate hat a mily of three might Foradded interesttothearrange ALWAYS
November 5-8. of- these hearings is Marianna, Remember that records ahow as well 'bu their milk supply. .ment Just described, you could use
Also this will be.the time for our Jackson County Agricultural Build those families hat buy milk use Of course, unusual cases might driftwood n the combination. Drift-
county organization to discuss any ing, Novemer, 1961, 9:0 a.. less ,milk than 'those with 'their even, make it profitable to keep a wood that you would use in this
item or items in which Gulf Coun- .t own milk supply. cow for three :people if they have specific arrangement, should be NEED: A PLUMBER?
ty members are interested for the This word comes from John A. The profit or loss of keeping a ample land and grow corn and hay. long slender pieces of bleached L
betterment of themselves, our Mulrennan, Director, Bureau of cow depends on the cost of pro- This Is especially true if the tamis wood to be compatible with the
county, state and nation, and vote Entomology, State Board of Health. during the milk and the amount ily 'likes cows and takes pride in light color and texture of the flow-. CALL BEAMAN
,upon resolutions suitable for pre- He says disregard any copies of the family needs. A cow may give having their 'own home milk sup- ers used. Perhaps this is not the Plumbing Installation Repairs
sentation at the state organization regulations until copies have been more than this. The additional milk ply. best place to mention the use of Contract Work A Specialty
meeting .n, Miami Beach. obtained directly from his office,' may be fed to calves, chickens or The economics on keeping a fan- driftwood, .since Its combination
Farm Bureau offers a very good which will be official regulations pigs, but this surplus can only be ily cow may vary with personality, with .pink is very difficult. It is' Agente for
avenue for farm folks to express for consideration at the open hear- credited at feed prices. tme available and family attitude. easier used with beiges, browns, Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures
f____A family of five should have The decision should suit the indi- golds, bronzes and yellows which -CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE-
about 130 quart of milk per month viduals. are so prevalent in flowers of the
We'- nvite Y u To Come In for fluid milk use. This amount fall season. AMA P M IN RVI
may be credited with its value at For your combination with drift-
and See Our New Everyday and the store, or about $35.0a. The ad- FOR EXPERT wood, one of the best examples in TWO EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS TO SERVE YOU
ditilnal amount, possibly 110 quarts texture and shape may be seen in
CH R ISTM AS GI F TS would be credited at its value for a l R airs a typical fal arrangement of sea 07 GARRISON AVE. PHONE BA 72641
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PICK UP AT OUR DRIVE-IN WINDOW ue for the extra milk, the average C Oh raCl.g
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Tf tAFAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBR e6, 1961 month in the year.
Narcissus .plantings made now
LORIDA GARDEN INFORMATION willflower better than platngs
made nexamonth or in December.
The flowers, are also known as
By HERVEY SHARPE soils that keep their "feet" wet. "daffodils? or, "jonquils.
Agiculture Extension Service I Set the bulbs in 3-foot rows:, The large trumpet varietiesand
There, are dangers closer home Space them 6 to 12 inches apart the paper white narcissus are best
than the rumors of a distant smoke-! in the drill, covering them about suited for Florida, says Dr. E. W..
like column of an atomic explosion. 6 inches deep. McElwee, ornamental horticultur,
SInRfact the smoke you may inhale The amount and kind of tertili- ist at the University of-Florida.
-while burning oleander trimmings zer to apply depends on the soil. I These bulbs do best in well-drain-
can ,be just as fatal as strontium On ,muck land lilies thrive on a ed soil of medium fertility.. Set the
in nuclear fallout. 0-8-12 analysis fertilizer, while on bulbs 6 to 8 inches deep and space
This isn't to "throw a scare", but randy soil they need a nitrogen them at various intervals, depend-
it, is a good idea to avoid smoke plant food such as a 5-7-5 mixture. ing on your garden arrangement.
while burning garden debric dur- Easter lilies do best if given a Before planting apply 1%. pounds
Ing the clean 'em up and burn 'em supply of their plant food prior to of 4-12-12 fertilizer per 100 square
uip campaign this fall. planting and several fertilizer ap- feet of bed area. Top-dress, with
Remember, smoke from ivy or plications during the growing sea-addtional fertilizer during' the
from -poison oak is just as potent son. growing season when. the-plants
as contacting the living Splants. Since mosaic disease is a very show signs,.of needing.,plant food.
,So beware of toxic smoke and serious problem in lily -production, For better- flower production dig
you'll feel well enough to begin an be sure the bulbs you plant are and store..narcissus:bulbs. every.
Easter lily bed. from disease-free planting stock. year. after the .flowering- period. -
Plant the bulbs of the tall-stem- There are a .number of true I'l- Calla lily rhizones can be-plantedi
med ,beauties at -weekly intervals ies that can be grown in Florida. now.- This, is the season when. they,
until well into November. This The one most generally grown is are available from garden -supply
will Insure a .longer flowering per- the Bermuda or Easter Lily type of store.
lod and adds to the chances that Lilium longiflorum. This -plant has, If you decide to add Calla lilies.
opneof the plantings will be at its a range of bloom from December, to your garden, select: a spot, that
gpal- at Easter time. through June. is high -in -organic .matter* and ',fair-:
Soil is no problem, because lil- Another variety, Lilium phillls ly moist. Set the-rhizomes 4 inch-
lea grow well in clay, sand, marl pinense, flowers- in August and es-deep nad:a-foot apart. Fertilize
or muck soils. However, they re- September. By making a succession the -plants with 1_ pounds of .4-7-5.
quire moist but well-drained soil. of plantings, gladiolus flowerscan fertilizer. per: 100 square -feet .of:-
The Easter beauties do not like lbe grown in yuor garden every bI- area.


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We might as well tell you straight off: Corvair's the car for the driving .enthusiast. Think
that lets you out? Maybe. Maybe not.
Until you've driven one, you really can't say for sure, because Corvair's kind of driving
is like no other in the land. The air-cooled rear engine sees to that. You swing around curves
flat as you please. You whip through the sticky spots other cars should, keep out of in the
first place. (Especially this year, now that you can get Positraction asan extra-cost option.).
You stop smoothly, levelly with Corvair's beautifully balanced, bigger brakes.
Corvair's found other new ways to please you this year. A forced-air heater and
defroster are standard equipment on all coupes, sedans and both Monza and 700 Station
Wagons. So are dual sunshades and front-door armrests and
some other goodies. You'll note some new styling, inside and
out. Nice. And safety-belt installation is easier, too, and -cheaper.
So you can see we haven't really done much to Corvair this
year. Why on earth should we? If this car, just as she is, can't
make a driving enthusiast out of you, better take a cab. A New World of Worth


And here's America's only thoroughbred sports car, the '62 CORVETTE. We warn you:
If you drive a Corvette after your first sampling of a Corvair, you may well end up a
two-car man. And who could blame you?
See the '62 Corvair and Corvette at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's

FLOYD CHEVROLET CO.


Port St. Joe. Florida


FOR PAIN RELIEF


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Self-Styling Hair Spray-7 Oz. Size -.10c Fed. Tax


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Cleanser-14 Oz. Cans
AJAX, 2 cans 33c,
Air Pu lfier -10Q Off
FLORIENT 69c
Reg. Bars Cashmera
BOUQUET T 3 for 29c
Bath -Bars Cashmere
BOUQUET 2 for 29c
Reg, Bars Palmoli re
SOAP 3 bars 29c
Shortening
CRISCO 3 Ib. can 93c
Calo--15% os, Cans
PET FOOD 3 cans 43c
M&M Almond Choc.
CANDIES 4% oz. 29c
Scott Bathroom.
TISSUE 2 rolls 27c
Gerber's Strained
BABY MEATS 2 jars 49c
Morton's Frozen
POT PIES 4 for 89c
Morton's Frozen
FRUIT PIES 39c
Diet Delight
Fruit Cocktail lb. can 33c
Sanitary Napkins
MODESS 2 boxes 89c


Cauliflower
EASTERN WHITE


Potatoes
Firm Ripe
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POLE BEANS
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Dieio Cup-!Snack Size
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Shortening-l0< Oft
SPRYl 3 Ib. can 79c
Detergent
Swan Liquid- 22 oz. 65c
Ann Page Elbow---Lb. Boxes
MACARONI boxes 37c
Mast~a- Corn
MARGARINE lb. 39c
Chef-oyA"-Dee (w/mushrooms
Spaghetti Dinners 45c
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IVORY SOAP 4 bars 27c
Medium Bars
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Hudson's
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'HU'IUbAY OCTOBSER li, 1981


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Flerida
By The Star Publlshing Company
WESLEY BL RAMSEY Editor and Publahe
Reader' and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BAM 7-8161
Entered as second-claws matter, Deember 1, 1987, at the Poetoffice Port St. Joe,
Florda, nder Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN AWVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $71.5 THREE MONTHS $127.50J
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publasheu
do not hold themselves liable for damage further tBan amount received for sch
advertisement.
The spoken word ir given scant attention; the printed word Is thughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely arts; the printed word thoroughly d6onvine.
he spoken word is lost; the printed word zeafns,.


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *

FOR RENT: Two bedroom house. street. Call Union Finance Co.
$35.00 month. Also, two bedroom --
house, $45.00 monthly. Both unfur- FOR SALE: 15 cu. ft. upright Ad-
nished. See Bill Carr or phone 227- iraI freezer. Call Union Finan-
8111. l.( coCo. tfc-10-26
FOR SALE: One bedroom and two
-FOR RENT: Unfurnished 4-bed- bedroom houses in Oak Grove.
room house, 2 baths, living room Contact Sam Neel, Ingram Service
dining room, kitchenn, breakfast Station, Carrabelle, Phone 697-
room, utility room, venetian blinds, 3990. tfc-10-19


fireplace, gas heat. Near grammar
school. $85.00 mo. Call Mrs., James
Perritt, Phone 227-8581. -_4tp-10-5
'FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed-
room apartment. $45.00 per mo.
Call or write Gene Halley, 2108
Croydon Drive, Tallahassee, Fla.
Office phone 222-0550, ext. 349.
Home phone 385-3139. tfc-10-19
FOR RENT: Two .bedroom furnish-
ed home on Palm Blvd. Phone
227-5261. tfo-10-19
FOR RENT: 'Unfurnished house for
inf*nrynalini lAH PhnnA 9.9.7-9-541


FOR .SALE: 3 bedroom insulated
house. Hardwood floors, wired for
Air conditioner and electric stove.
Corner lot, 302 16th St., $8.500.
$57.21 monthly payments. FHA fi-
nancing. $300 down payment plus
-FHA closing costs. Write or call
collect Bne Dickens, 1101 Peidmont
Drive, Tallahassee, Florida. Phone
385-1015. tfc
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1308
'Long Ave. Garage and utility
room.,Call Grady Player, 227-3636.


urn,,uc. an. aoune WILL SELL or RENT two bedroom
FOR RENT: Unfurnished newly house, 113 7th St. Highland View
decorated two bedroom house. $35. mo. Hot water, wired for stove
Carport, laundry and storage. Ph. Bear school. Also.: other property
227-8536. tfc-10-26 for sale or trade (or property in
F Is ar country. W. L. Given, 881 Hayes
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart- Ave., Highlaid View. 4tp-10-5
ment at 706 W oodward Ave. For .. ... .
Information call 227-3941. 2t-10-26 FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnished
2 bedroom brick home, 1031 Long
FOR SALE: Acre.of land at Over- Ave. Also two story, two bedroom


PROVIDE

THE

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THEY

NEED!
Mom, be sure your
youngsters are getting
plenty of those
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FOR SALE Ea" W wl
1. 2-bedroom house at Mexico THE DITOR'
Beach on waterfront 100x143 lot.
Fully furnished. Ceramic tile bath. Dear "Star" Wesley:
Priced at only $10,975.0. 1 Just a note to say this city is
2. Large -frame house, over 2,000
ft. of floor space on five acres of too big for me, (Yes, even Atlanta).
land at Kinard, Fla. Priced at $6,- I bought me an Atlanta Constitu-
600. tion paper Monday and it took me
3. 3-bedroom house, 1 bath, car- l to ead i (the a e boy
port and utility room, on Marvinal day read it (the aper boy
Avenue. Pay owner's equity and said I was supposed to read all of
assume balance of $9,461.56 pay- it). Now that ruined my day's work
able at $70.00 per month. and my wife will have to get in
4. Lots at Douglas Landing for 'hgt h
fish c ps and retirement homes igh gear today to catch up.
Terms arranged to suit you. I like The Star better because it
5. Lots to sale at St. Joe Beach. doesn't 'take so long. to read it. Then
I block from 'water. Reasonable they .,aren't: so many big fancy
terms.
6. 106 acres at Beacon Hil l.Wood, Words In It ,that I can't understand.


investment opportunity.
7. 320 acres of woodland, six
miles South of Wewahitchka. Ap-
proximate* 300 acres planted in
4-year old pine ess.
8. New three bedroom homes un-
der c6nstructisrn 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 P27-7741 301 Wifliams Ave.
NOTICE: I am no longer associat-
ed with St. Joe Loan Co. I aam
available for any kind of account-
ing, including financial and oper-
ating, statements and :tax returns.
Joe Grimsley, P. 0. Box 495, Phone
227-2981.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
den, separate dining room, cen-
tral heating, car-pet and new blinds
included. Large tree shaded cor-
ner lot. 1301 Woodward. Phone
227-3751. tc-8-24
CHRISTMAS CARDS: Personaliz-
ed Christma. camds, stationery
and assorted boxes of Christmas
and everyday greeting cards. Come
in the mornings or make an ap-
pointment. Mrs. Jacquelyn K. Quar-
les, 209 9th St. Phone 229-1691. 4t


EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
tlrick expert service. tfe
PLANNING TO MOVE? Let us help
you. Free estimates in 'town or
anywhere in the USA. W erepre-
sent MAYFLOWER, nationwide
movers. Experienced and qualified
SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 112
Monument Ave. Phone 227-4051.


WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
ing first and third Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hoar. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-T501.
THERE WILL BE a regular com.
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
S No. 111, F&AM every first a'.
third Thuraday at 8-00 p.m.

JOSEPH C. EVANS, W. LM.
BILLY JOB RICH, See.
All Master Masons cordially Invite4
-R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
ing brothers welcome.
John H. Dickey, High Priest
Joel Lovett, Secretary


SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
I attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
-K
LEGAL ADVERTISING
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
*FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
BLANCHE I. WRITTEN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All' creditors of the estate of
Blanche I. Whitten, deceased, are
hereby notified and required to file
any claims or demands which they
have against said estate in the of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
six (6) calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim of'demand must
be in writing and must state -the
place of residence and post office
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his
agent, or his attorney, or It will
Become void according to law.
October 4, 1961.
I// Adrienne Fleishel
Executrix of the Will of
Blanche I. ,Whitten,
deceased.
Cecil 0. Costin, Jr. 4t
Attorney for, Executrix 10-12
Want Ads Gelt ftes.iitl


Shop Our Completely New Stock of Toys... Lay

Away Those Toys for Christmas


Fuller's Supply Co.
213 Reid Ave. Phone 227-7281


.iiti work 1aklr 6608.1 sItity be-
forb death, Benefits may also be
paid to the Aged dependent widow-
er or parents of these workers; and
to their sons and daughters with


vo rs who oul reooeive thee pay, ty -air oveimber 9 t~Lthr6g to
ments must file an application not member 11. We hope that these ex-
later than O'ctbber 31, 1961, to hibits will be of interest to you.


avoid losing out on some of these
payments.


sever edisabilities which'began beu
r If you know of anyone who you
fore age 18. think would be affected by this
He explained that the original change, contact your nearest so-
Social Security Act provide bene- cOal security office or be sure that
fit payments only for retired work- they contact the social security of-
ers. When the law was changed in fice. The Panama City office is at
1939 to make .benefits payable to 1135 Harrison Avenue, telephone
.the 'survivors and dependents of POplar 3-5331. This office will have
workers, no provision was made social security exhibits at hte Jack-
at that time to ipay monthly bene- son County Fair, Marianna, Octo-
fits to the survivors of a worker ber 23 through 28; at the Bay Coun-
who died before 1940. ty Fair, October 30 through No-
Mr. Carey emphasized that survi- vember 4, and at the Walton Coun-


No doubt about it,.Port St. Joe has
it all-over Atlanta in many other
ways, too. They isn't so -much
noise and you can get across the
street in less than 15 minutes.
Course, the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany makes a little noise, but that
Just rocks you to sleep. (Sounds
sorta like the cash register ringing
too, which you no doubt under-
stand) (I do,-iEd)
When we. get back home, 'think
we'll tell ibig Guy Middleton to
put on a rambuctious rootin' toot-
in' (for the home town) sale.
Better stop now and try to bigger
the ,best way outa this place. We'll
probably be back before you get
the scribble (it WAS scrible-Ed).
Well, you can just file this with
Zhe rest of your non-important doc-
uments.
Respectfully, homesick,
R. G., Boyles
-- -- -- -
Elementary School
Lunch Room Menu
:Monday, October 30
Barbecue beef on buns, steamed
cabbage, mashed potatoes, cherry
pie, 'buttered bread and milk.
. Tuesday, October 31
Fried chicken, turnip greens, slic-
ed tomatoes, rice, devils food cake,
orange slices, corn bread, butter
and milk.
Wednesday, November 1
Meat loaf, buttered corn, spin-
ach, peanut butter and graham
cracker sandwiches, wheat bread,
butter and milk.
Thursday, November 2
Turkey pie, creamed carrots,
snap beans, sliced peaches, white
bread, butter and milk.
Friday, November 3
Tuna wiggle on corn bread
rquares, rutabagas, potato sticks,
fruit jello, 'butter, white bread and
nilk. "

Contest Results

Announced

The St. Joe Motor Company an-
mnounced this 'week that 27 local
boys between the ages of six thru
10 participated in the local ver-
sion of the Ford Motor Company's
"Punt, Pass and Kick" contest. The
contest was held at the oPrt St.
Joe Elementary School and the
Washington High 'School with the
respective coaches of the schools
doing the judging.
The contest has a nation-wide
grand prize of a 'trip for the winner
and his father to a game of the
Washington Red Skins.
Records of local boys were com-
piled to select winners. These re-
cords will be sent to the national
contest for comparison with other
boys in the nation to determine the
national winners.
Local winners were as follows:
Age 6: John Paul Blount, first
and Larry Parish, second.
Age 7: Samuel Barnes, first;
George Thomas, Jr., second and
Arthur Shackelford, Jr., third.
Age 8: Steve Belin, first; Steven
Macomber, second and Stanley Win-
field, third.
Age 9: Ivan Hopps, first; John
Christian, second and Gary Gris-
wold, third.
Age 10: David Lee Barnes, first;
Randy Collins, second and Clarence
Davis, third.
Prizes for local winners includ-
ed: football uniforms for first place
winners; Washington Red skins
warm-up jackets for second place
winners and a regulation football
for third place winners.

Social Security

Information

"We are still looking for survi-
vors of workers who died before
1940 who may now be eligible for
monthly payments," John V. Carey,
District Manager of the Panama
.City Social Security office said this
week.
Due to recent changes in the law,
payments can be made to the wi-
dows of workers who died after
March. 31, 1938, and before Janu-
ary 1, 1940. This is true it the de-
ceased had at least a year and a


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RICH'S Super MARKET
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your convenience EACH SATURDAY


2 BIG TRUCK LOADS

of FRUITS and VEGETABLES display
by Creech Laundry Bldg. on Hwy. 98


ONE DOZ. FLA. GRADE 'A' FRESH



Eggs Free

With $10 or More Grocery Order


Best Fla. Grade

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BROWN EGGS 2 doz. 99c
We Buy and Sell Pecans

PAPERSHELL 3 lbs. $1


APPLES, TANGERINES,
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FRUIT 3 bags


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T-,i STAR, Port *t' Joe, Phfl
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1961


FUSE OUR
CONSISTENTLY I
FINE

PRESCRIPTION,

SERVICE
-Always at
Fair Prices!



Free Parking
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzett's Drug Store'
317 Wllitams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida

Rural Home Loans
Now Available


-Familles- living-. in small rural able to obtain-sufficient income to
communities and In rural areas, meet payments on existing debts,
even though not engaged in farm- take care: of his other expenses,
ing may now be eligible for the and make the payments on the pro-
housing loans made by the Farm- posed loan.
era Hom eAdministration, accoid- The local county supervisor of
Ing to Donald S. Taylor, the agen- the Farmers Home Administration
cy's county supervisor for Gulf will review building plans and in-
County. aspect the housing construction as
The Housing Act of 1961 broad- it progressess in order to make cer-
one dthe eligibility requirements tain that the borrower obtains
for rural housing loans. As a result sound and acceptable construction.
owners of non-farm tracts in rural The local county or area commit-
areas and in small rural communi- tee of the Farmers Home Adminis-
ties of not more than 2,500, as well trationa determine the eligibility
as farmers, may tbe eligible for this of applicants.
type of credit. This would include More than $400 million has been
all communities in Gulf County ex- authroized for rural housing loans
cept Port St. Joe. over the next four years.
"This program is an important Further- information on rural


PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Prayer Service (Thursday) 7:45 P.M.
Sunday School .._ 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship 100 A.M.
Evening Worship __ 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
Comfortably AIr-Conditioned


Snewr-tool' iti promoting the' evetoj-
meat -of rural areas," Taylor said.
"Rural housing loans will not only
help families obtain .better homes
'bu' will put more carpenters,
,plumbers 'and electricians to work,
and will increase the sales in lum-
ber yards and& building supply
firmm"
Housing loans are made for the
construction, repair and remodeling
of dwellings and essential farm
buildings and to provide water -for
farmstead and household use. In
I addition to major construction,
funds are available to modernize
bomes add bathrooms, central
.heating, modern kitchens, and oth-
!er home improvements, as well as
to enlarge and remodel farm ser-
vice buildings and put in related
facilities such as paved. feedlots,
yard fences and driveways.
,Rural housing loans may also be
used for the construction of fall-


The home of Mildred Chafin was
the setting for last Thursday's
meeting of the White City Volun-
teer Fire Department Auxiliary.
Fifteen ladles were present.
Mrs. Chafin told members that
her ways and means committee had
approved of a plan to sell canisters
of candy to help raise funds for


ho '6afihb oitalned at the omm ity building rehailita Cmmercl Bowlers'. ... lace. Vitro Savldes;. the highest
the county office of the athe can- .- -averaged team In the league.
Home Administration. located in dy for Hallowe'en, she had already The Commercial Bowling League Entering tonight's games the
the Livestock Pavilion,- Quincy or ordered it and expects it any day. Standings had a major shake-up standings are as follows:
write P. O. Box 591, Quiency, Flor- last week as Michigan 'Chemical Won Lost
ida. A part-time office is located Building, Mrs. David Moon preent-y blasted Costin's Department Store Michigan Chemical 13 3
In Blountstown, upstairs over the d her findings to the president, out of first place. Michigan blank- Costin's Dept. Store .. 11 5



White City Auxiliry p ed inside and out," le ex-I B
Meets With Mrs. Chaf(n rained. It was decided to go ahead -,."'--.
Meets 'W~iA Mrs. Cafin wth .the planting -of shrubbery now.


Auxiliary meetings are held the
first and third Wednesday.' .Efery
lady in White City is:rged to at-
tend. The, next meeting wll be held
on November 1.
Send he Star To A FPriad
BOOST PORT ST. JO SE


Jarman "Evershine" leather is so easy to keep
looking new! Just a few whisks with a bru.h or
Sloth dust and dirt are gone and the lustrous
shine restored. Think of the time and trouble -
and temper you save. Come in and see our
selection of Jarman shoes fashioned of this
leather, with its unique water-and-
dirt-repelling qualities. Try a pair,
for long-lasting good looks.


WE CASH PAYROLL CHECKS


A Stunning Selection of

SWEATERS,

2.;99t o 3.99

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Candidates Qualify for
School Trustee Election
One candidate qualified in each
of three School Trustee positions
before qualification deadline this
past Monday.
Seeking election In the Novem-
bher 7 vote will be Mrs.'W. D. Jones,
Mrs. E. L. Antley and R. D. Lister.
All of the candidates are incum-
bouents with the exception of, Mrs.
Antley who is seekingL the position
vacated by James H. Greer of Port
St. Joe who was appointed to the
County Commission earlier this
year
The election will also include ap-
proval. or disapproval of a 10 .mill
levy Ato retire bonds on the local
High School.

Last Rites Held f or
Mrs. Lillie Cora House
Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie
Cora Forbes House were held from
the First Baptist Church of Pla-
teau, Ala., Saturday morning, Octo-
ber 22, at 10:00 a.m. with Dr. J. D.
Allen, Rev. W. L. Chumby and
Rev. Charles Baland conducting the
services. Mrs. House had been re-
aiding in Plateau for the past four
years. She had been a resident of
Highland View before moving to
Plateau and was well known in the
Port St. Joe area.
Local survivors include a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Carlos Miles of Highland
View and two granddaughters,
Mrs. L. E. Thurabay of Port St.
Joe and Mrs. Raymond Burrows of
Highland View.
Interment was in the Whistler,
'Ala., cemetery.

Vitro Wives Meet
The Vitro Wives Club held their
monthly meeting October 17 at
7.30 p.m. at the Florida Power
Lounge.
After a short business meeting,
* 19 members enjoyed refreshments
served by Grace MoFarland, Mar-
garet Welch and Carolyn Maddox,
hostesses for the evening.
The group wishes to thank A. P.
Jackson for a very informative talk
on Civil Defense.


NOTICE
I will not be responsible for any
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3i-10-28 CLAYTON ASBELL'


THI ITAR, PH ion J j "M 6t e 11 w l "mb d asfil4 dtiia -*e No. A
THURSDAY OCTOBER 2, lMethodist Thursday, November 2 bharfl an, Mrs. CJ. Odu, ntI
Entertain Wives rikey a nad dressing, string listhent chairman, Mrs T. Brax
Funeral nerviceo Set beafls, fruit cups, buttered bread tbh; community missions chair-
unercl L ice M e The Methodist Men's Club enter- and milk. man, Mrs. T. J. Braxton; program
or a Walker Mtained the ladies with a wonderful Friday, November 3 chairman, Mrs. Joe Ferrell; mis-
Funeral service for Jame's al-i steak dinner and program Tuesday Salmon loaf, green butter beans, alon study chairman, Mrs. Joel Har.
Funeral services for James te inna r o m s toss salad, ice cream, buttered ris; prayer and stewardship chair.o
ker Moore, 7.1, of Port St. Joe, who Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis M eveningin the fellowship hal of bre a d and milk. man, Mrs. M. L. Britt; secretary.
dm'the First Methodist Church. The bread and milk. man, Mrs. M. L. Britt; secretary,
died Tuesday in a Panama City. Person of Highland View an-ll was decorate dfir treasurer and publicity chairman,
hospital, will be held, from Johns-'noce the ,birth of a daughter, d Mrs. Frank Barnes; children's
Ridouts Chapel in Birmingham, Ala. 'Audrey Maxine on October 20. n corsages were presented to the on Avenue WMU ome chairman Mrs. M. L Britt;
at 10:30 a.m. today. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Chestley laes. the a hom cial chairman, Mrs. GeorgeM. Boop-itt;
Burial will follow *in the Elm- Bailey of Kenny's Mill announce After the delicious meal, planned ,Lists Circle Officers social chairman, Mrs. George Coop
Burial wil emeterow the Ein am.. B and directed by Dr. Wesley Grace. er; other members, Mrs. R. H. Mar-
wood cemetery in Bmgham. the birth of a baby girl, Peggy Sue rectedbyDr shall.
Moore I survived :by his widow, on October 22. Rev. Carmichael gave to 41 mem- Listed below is a new slate of : Circle No. 3
Mrs. Juli A. Moore of Port St. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Talmedge bers.of the Men's Club pins and officers for the Woman's Mission- Chairman, Mrs. J. A. Alligood;
Joe; a son, James W, Moore, Jr., Shearer announce the birth of a membership cards. President Hr- ary Union of the Lng Avenue Bap- enlistment chairman, Mrs. H. F.
of Monroe, La., two 'brothers, J. F.son, Jeffery Allan on October 17. dOdum was presented, with the tist Church.are e n chair
Moore of Mobile, Ala., and Robert Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Howard resident's pn to be passed dwn Pesient, Mrs. N. G. Martin; Barbeecommunity missions chair-
I each year to each succeeding presi-Mman, Mrs. W. P. Dockery; program
E. Moore of Tuscumbia, Ala.; and Lyle of Highland View announce dent The Methodist Men's Club of vice-president, Mrs. L. W.Porter; chair n,, Mrs. H. F. Barbe;mis.
three sisters; Miss Verda Moore the birth of a son, Matthew Wade, T e t s. secretary-treasurer, Mrs. W. J. re- sion uy chairman, Mrs. H. Y.
and Miss Ida Moore of Valley Head, on October 24. Port St. Joe was chartered in 1954 roll; Girl's Auxiliary Director, Mrs. Zipperer; program and stewardship
Ala., and Miss Ethel Moore of Bir- Mr.and Mrs. John Henry Hall of and was the first in this distrit. H. F. Barbee; Sunbeam Band Di- chairman, Mrs. L. E. Voss; secre-
mingham. Wewahitchka announce -the birth The ladies and their men were rector, Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey. tary, treasurer and publicity chair-
Sof a son, Jack Bryoan on October further treated by' a marvelous Girl's Auxiliary C ounsellors: man, Mrs. Keith ,Ward; children's
Mrs. Hall Hostess to 23. program given by Rev. Charles Nine and ten year olds, Mrs. Cliff home chairman, Mrs. M. L. Conger;
Eta 'Upsilon Meeting Mr. and Mrs. William arl Harthern of the Oak Grov eAssem- Robbins; assistant, Mrs. David social chairman, Mrs. A. P. Jack-
meeting of Eta 'Upsilon Cha Grimes of Ward Ridge Trailer bly of God Church. Rev. Harthern Jenkins. Eleven and twelve year son; flower chairman, Mrs. George
A meeting of ,Eta Upsilon Chal Park announce the birth of a son, r oluads, Mrs. George McLawhon; as- McLawhon; other members, Mrs.
ter of Beta Sigma Phi met Tue- Mark Dewayne on October 24. gave a brief resume of his trip to laistant, Mrs. L. W. Porter. Thir- Hilton Lewis and Mrs. J. E. Mec
day night at the St. Joe Motel with (All births occurred at the Port England, Gt'eece, Egypt and the teen to fifteen year olds, Mrs. Led.
12 members present. Mrs.'Lillian ~t. Joe Municipal Hospital). Holy Land and showed beautiful Charles George; assistant, Mrs. Circle No. 4
Hall was hostess to the group. 4 and informative slides. Seeing the Clyde White. Chairman, Mrs. Tim Boone; en-
Guest speaker for the evening setting of the Old and New Testa- Sunbeam Band leaders: Begin-
was Mrs. Angela Crisp. of Thames 'Et Upsilon Rushes ment and the people living there in ners, Mrs. Charles E. Marshall, as- listment. chairman, Mrs. Frank
Jewelry Co. She -gave a very inter- New Member Candidates almost the same way as they did sistant, Mrs. Joel Harris; Six and Pool; community missions chair-
esting .talk on Jewelry. She ex- in those olden days made much of seven year olds, Mrs. Grady Play- man, Mrs. Cawthon Williams; pro-
plained what is being worn this Rush! Rush! Rush! Members of the Bible more real. The scenes er, assistant, Mrs. Joe Fortner; gram chairman, Mrs. Frank Pool;
year in the Jewelry line as, fat as Eta Upsilon chapter of Beta Sig- showed the ground-on which Jesus Eight year olds, Mrs. Cecil Harri- prayer and stewardship chairman,
colors, 'types, stones and fads. 'She ma Phi have, been in a whirl for Christ walked; the well (still in son, assistant, Mrs. Eston Clem- Mrs. T. M. Watts; secretary, trea-
showed a beautiful assortment of the past month with the many ev- use) from which He drank and the ents. surer and publicity chairman, Mrs.
jewelry to the members. ents involved in the rushing of hill on which he was crucified were Chairmen of committees: Enlist- T. M. Watts; children's home chair-
A business meeting followed. New new members. To climax the rush most awesome and meaningful. ment, Mrs. L. W. Porter; program, man, Mrs. Buford Nichols; social
members will be installed Novem- season, an afternoon tea was given Rev. Harthern's program was a Mrs. Tony Peterman; mission stu- and flower chairman, Mrs. Fred
ber 2. In the -home of Mrs. Bernice Wa- blessing to all who were .there. dy. Mrs. David Jenkins; prayer,
The social this month will be a ger, 1203 Constitution Drive. Mrs M. L. Britt; community mis
Hallowe'en costume party. Mrs. Murlene Ward and Mrs. Ber- After the program, presidentHar- Mrs. M. L. Braxtcommuni; steward-
During the social period a .baby nice Wager greeted guests at the old Odom, presented a gift of ap-sions, Mrs. Clyde White; stchildrewardns
gift was presented to Mrs. Earlene door while Mrs. Sara Peters serv- precaution to "the woman behind shiome, Mrs. H. L. .Ford; pubicityldren's
McCormick. ed from the beautifully arranged the man behind us", Mrs. Carmich- rsom Cecil Harrison, Mrs. 'H. L.Ford; publower, Mrs.
table. An arrangement of yellow ael. The evening was concluded in Georgecil Haooper; risocial, Mrs. A. P.
a .- roses graced the serving table and prayer led by Rev. Harthern. GJe ackso
B Wlin yellow day lIlies were placed on WMS CIRCLES
9 ihe silver serving trays for decor. Highland View School Circle No. 1
Standings A corsage of yellow roses was Lunch Room Menu Chairman, Mrs. Durel Brigman; 44
wornIIMI, bv fthe. hstennMrsn Wageftr __ c a, ir V. 1. r.


Listed 'below are the results
the Industrial Bowling League


of Tuesday night, October
Won
Paper Mill 4
Michigan Chemical 2
Box Plant 1
Coast Guard 4
Vitro Services 2
Pulp Mill -s


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and the president, Mrs. Peters. The Monday, October 30
yellow rose is the chosen flower of Lima beans, ;buttered turnips,
Beta Sigma Phi. toss salad, peanut butter candy,


I enlistment chairman, Mrs. E. E.
Weeks; community missions chair-
man, Mrs. W. D. 'Sykes; program
chairman, Mrs. E. E. Weeks; mis-


Approximately 25 guests called corn bread and milk. sion study chairman, Mrs. Durel
during the appointed hours, five of Tuseday, October 31 lBrigman; prayer and stewardship
which accepted bids to become Hamburgers, dill pickles and on-'chairman, Mrs. John Core; secre-
members of the sorority. Those who ion rings, .buttered 'English peas, ,tary, treasurer and publicity chair-
will become members are: Mrs. spring salad and milk. iman, Mrs. Wayne Hendrix; chil-
Alene Abrams, i ahces Grahamn Wednesday, November 1 !dren's home chairman, Mrs. H. L.
Delores Cox, Simy Dean and Gre- Fried chicken batteredd field Ford; other members, Mrs. Ralph
tU Freeman. peas, banana pudding, buttered Ward, Mrs. Cliff Robbins.


fftf oaher rlt rba, Mo. 0. It.
MoKnight, Miss Mable. Williams
and Mrs. Homer Williams.
Circle No. 6
Chairman, Mrs. Gene Fowler; en-
listment chairman, Mrs. J. D. Clark;
community missions chairman, Mrs.
C. E. Musselwhite; program chair-
man, Mrs. J. D. Clark; mission
study chairman, Mrs. K. K. Bate-
-man; prayer and stewardship chair-
man, Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey; sec-
retary, treasurer and publicity
chairman, Miss Alma Baggett;
children's home chairman, Mrs. W.
J. Hinote; social chairman, Mrs.
K. K. Bateman; flower chairman,
Mrs. C. E. Musselwhite; other mem-
bers, Mrs. Mary Barnham.
Circle No. ,
Chairman, Mrs. Charles Marshall;
enlistment; chairman,- Mrs. Wayne
Gay; community mission chairman,
Mrs. Joe Fortner; program chair-
man, Mrs. Tony Peterman and Mrs.
Danny Maddox; mission study
chairman, Mrs. Donald Laird; pray-
er and stewardship chairman, Mrs.
Russell Goolsby; secretary, Mrs.
Gary Manz; publicity chairman,
Mrs. Cecil Harrison; children's
home chairman, Mrs. Wayne Gay;
social chairman, Mrs. B. A. Collier;
flower chairman, Mrs. Clyde Land;
treasurer, Mrs. John Howard; oth-
er members, Mrs. Farris Tarantino,
Mrs. Clyde White, Mrs. Theo John-
son, Mrs. David Jenkins, Mrs. Dar-
ayl Strickland, Mrs. James Atkin-
son, Mrs. Austin Burgin, Mrs.
Charles George and Mrs. Charles
Harris.
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