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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: November 2, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

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


MONEY TALKS-Let's kee;
it where we can speak with it
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merohantel!
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TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIBA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1961 NUMBER 6


AAWMe-,


City Comm mission Making




Survey To Expand, Improve




Water Distribution System


IALLOWE'EN CARNIVAL PARADE makes its way
down Reid Avenue last Saturday afternoon. In the lead
is the Port St. Joe High School Band followed by the kin-
dergarten children and other children dressed up in their
Hallowe'en costumes. All figures aren't in as yet, but


according to the Carnival Chairman, the Elementary
School P.-T. A. Carnival netted over $600.00 at the an-
nual carnival. The money will be used to finance pro-
jects for bettering the school carried on by the Elemen-
tary P.-T. A. (Photo by Lynart Studio)


OVER BLOUNTSTOWN TIGERS




Sharks Notch Another Win


Travel To Bonifay

Tomorrow Night

By WILL 1. RAMSEY
The Port St. Joe 'Sharks conin-
ued on the -victory trail bry wallop-
ing highly-rated Blountstown 39 to
25 last Friday night. It was their
fiffth win third in a row .
for the Sharks and the first loss of
the season for the Blountstown
team. The Sharks played a most
unique brand of football. They had
possession of 'the ball only eight
times during the game and scored
seven times, mostly on long run-
ning plays.
The lSharks started the scoring
bee on the opening kick-off. Nel-
son Hall turned on the steam and
outran the opponents for a ,beauti-
ful 90 yard touchdown jaunt with
Fensom adding the extra jaunt,
The Sharks really broke loose in
the second quarter, scoring three
TD's. Boyer took a pass from Lar-
ry Davis and .romped 60 yards to
paydirt. Then the next time around
Chesley Fensom bulled 'his way 10
yards for a score. The next time
the Sharks had possession of the
ball, Davis connected with Boyer
with another aerial 'that covered
44 yards and a TD. Blountstown
scored twice in this period, both
on five yard runs by quarterback
Jerry Gates. The score -at halftime
was Sharks 27, Blountstown 14.
Chesley Fensom tallied the only
Shark score in the third period
with a seven yard plunge off tack-
le. Blountstown's Gates also scor-
ed on a 10 yard run.
In the fourth period Nelson Hall
broke loose again for a 60 yard
TD jaunt, the kind that he is be-
'coming so famous for in Northwest
* Florida.
Ches Fensom, Nelson Hall and
David Nance played outstanding


PTA To Sponsor

Barbecue Dinner

The High School PTA is spon-
soring a homecoming barbecue
and fish fry Friday, November 10
at the Centennial Building from
5:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Special tables will be set up
for the alumni of St. Joe High.
Contact your classmates and
plan on attending the barbecue
after the parade. Tickets will be
on sale for $1.00 each.


,ball in the backfield and Geoqrge
Boyer, Cliffordf Wimberly' fn d
Joe Whaley turned in the best per-
formance for the line.
The Sharks travel to 1onifay for
tomorrow night's game. Bonifay
was beaten by Blountstown earlier
in the season 27 to 14.
Game time will be 8:30, Port St.
Joe time.


St. Joe
88
297
100
397
2-4
2
10 1


THE YARDSTICK
Slountstown
First Downs 20
Yards Rushing 279
Yards Passing 79
Total Yards 358
Passes Completed 4-9
Intercepted by 0
Yards penalized 5


WE PICK
St. Joe, 27; Bonifay, 6.
Tate, 6; Bay High, 0.
Pens. Tech, 36; Rutherford, 7.
Cottondale, 12; Vernon, 12.
B'town, 24; Apalachicola, 19.
Choctaw, 48; Crestview, 0.
Quincy, 19; Chipley, 6.
Greenville, 6; Sneads, 6.
Marianna,. 14; Walton, 7.


Dodson Explains

Bank Operation

Walter Dodson, President of the
Florida National Bank at Port !St.
Joe ?told his Kiwanis colleagues
some of the facts about the banking
business, Dodson said there is a
shortage of young men going into
banking. He explained this as a
result of former practices of not
'paying bank employees a fair wage.
He declared that the wages in bank-
ing are getting better, and young
men 'desiring to enter the banking
field will now have a good future
in store for them.
In commenting on the local bank
being converted to a National Bank
Dodson said the conversion was
made with no inspection whatever
bv federal officials. hbieh ip. 11


SJmS Presides Over

Honor Society Meeting

Saturday, October: 28, the dis-
trict National Honor Society meet-
ing was held at the ehattahoochee
High School. Registration began at
10:00 a..m. The first general busi-
ness meeting was held in the high
school auditorium. At 11:30 the
meeting was recessed for a 20 min-
ute' coke break. When the meeting
reconvened ten of the delegates to
t.e last year's, Honor Society
State Convention presented a pan-
el discussion on the highlights of
the convention. The delegates then
gathered in the various rooms of
the school to participate in the dis-
cussion groups which were as (f.i-
lows:
1. Service Projects for schools
over 750 enrollment.
2. Service Projects for schools
under 750 enrollment.
3. Does the Honor System really
work?
4. Should NHS Chapters award
scholarships?
5. Equating grades in accellerat-
ed groups.
6. How may we have more ef-
fective chapters? (for sponsors)
At 1:00 p.m. the convention re-
cessed for lunch which was served
by the Women's Club, of Chattahoo-
chee at the Women's Club. The
speaker at the luncheon was Dr.
Ned Haven, president of Chipola
Junior College.
Dr. Haven's talk centered on the
responsibility of young Americans
to scholarship and leadership. He
said, in regard to leadership, that
acceptance delegates authority, the
basis of leadership, and that good
leadership consisted of good fel-
lowship at proper times. Dr. Haven
told the convention that young peo-
ple must take time to think and to
laugh and to serve.
The convention adjourned at 2:30
p.m. Officers of the district are
I. Pr.Ma- Pnr*t St JoA THTip-


uy :e.a w uPrea.it wliefi s fa4rsident, P or b r.
but unheard of. Dodson said that School; Vice-President,
restrictions were so stringent on chee High School and


the banking business now that no
private banks will be formed in the
future. Just a few years ago, an in-
dividual with $25,000 for a charter
could go into the banking business.
As a result of these changes and
regulations, it is almost impossible
to lose funds through bank failure.
The local bank, as most other
banks are, is covered by Federal
(Continued On Page 8)


Chattahoo-
Secretary-


Treasurer. Florida High School.
President of the Port St Joe High
School Chapter, Pat Kerrigan, was
presiding officer of the convention.
Delegates. from Port St. Joe were:
Linda Price, Sandra Brown, Mick-
ey Thompson, Pat Kerrigan, Mary
Dell Ramsey, David Nance, Ches-
ley Fensom, Mazie Stone, Mabel
Stone, Eve Rutland and Miss Netta
Niblack, sponsor.


Mrs. Hays Joins
Ed's Florist Shop

Port St. Joe welcomes Mrs. Pol-
ly Hays who has been a resident of
Mexico Beach .for ;-he past year.
Mrs. Haye- .;.-ini; .Ed' Florist.
_- Before' .or, i ,, iu hi- .rr-ea,' Mrs
Hays was in the floral business in
Birmingham, Alabama, for which
her background in the study of de-
signing art and decorating made
her a natural.
After Mrs. Hays was married she
gave up her career as a home econ-
omist because it necessitated her
being away from home and out
of town a great part of her time.
It was then that she became inter-
ested in flower designing, which
she found not too different from
other designing in clothing and ap-
pliances to which she contributed.
Some of our kitchen appliances to-


Gulf Voters to

Elect Three

School Trustees

Voters of Gulf County are re-
minded of the election to select
three School Trustees for the
Gulf County School Board next
Tuesday, November 7.
Candidates for the three posi-
tions as Trustee are Mrs. W. D.
Jones, Mrs. E. L. Antley and R.
D. Lister. Neither of the candi-
dates are opposed.
On the same ballot the school
board is also asking for the ap-
proval of. the-voters of a -10-mill
levy over the next two years to
pay bonded indebtedness for con-
struction of new school buildings
that have been built in this dis-
trict during the past 15 yearn.
This millage must be approved
by the voters every two years.
Polling place for the election
and referendum will be the Fire
Station in Port St. Joe and at
the City Hall in Wewahitchka.
These will be the only polling
places in the County and register-
ed voters may cast their ballot
at the polling place that is near-
est them.
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Orientation Conference
For Cancer Workers
A Volunteer Orientation Confer-
ence for District II of the American
-Cancer Society will be held if
Marifnna Thursday November 9
at 3:30 p.m.m, Port St. Joe time, at
the Chipola Hotel. Officers and
members of the board of directors
of the Gul +County Unit will be is-
sued invittions.
The .program will be concerning
the role of the volunteer in cancer
work.
Dinner will be served and the
meeting will adjourn at 9:30 p.m.

Clothing Needed
Children's warm clothing, men's,
shoes and medium sized paper bags
are badly needed by the Thrift


day include some of her designing. Shop. Workers who will gladly call
Mrs. Hays says that the art of at your home for any of these items
flower designing is the most inter- or other used clothing are Mrs.
- I- of all designing, because Gannon Buzzett, Mrs. Sid Brown
nach 'product is an "original". and Mrs. Dave May.


Engineers Hired To Make Survey

Of City and Environs For Needs

"The Port St. Joe City Commission met in special ses-
sion ?Ionday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. to discuss expansion of
the Municipal Water System. The City is considering taking
advantage of Federal loan money to extend the water sys-
tem to all parts of the City Limits and possibly to outlying
areas outside the City Limits.
At the last meeting of the City
Commission, City Attorney Cecil
G. Costin, Jr., was authorized to First Meeting of
explore the possibilities of secur-
Ing loan money from the Housing
and Home Financing Agency of the Yearf or Youth
Feleral Government. Costin report-
ed to'the Board Monday that the Recreation
financing could be arranged at an .ReCrealtO
interest rate of 3 5/8 percent. The
City is currently paying four per- Because of the need of recrea-
cent on a bond issue borrowed in ton faciles in Port t. Joe
July of 1954 to pay off indebtedness tlon facilities i Por ,t. Joe
of old bond issues and to secure the High School PTA is making
the money to construct the present an all-out effort to re-open the
water treatment plant on the St. STAC House. Grand opening is
Joe Paper Company canal. set for Saturday night, Novem-
'Should the City go through with ber 4 from 7:30 until 11:00.
its proposed expansion plan it Students in grades seven through
w o uld refinance approximately 12 are invited to attend. There
$220,000.00 outstanding on the 1954 will be fun for all. The snack
bond issue and secure enough addi- bar will be open and membership
tional money to furnish water ser- cards will be on sale for 25c.
vice to all streets in the Corporate These cards will be good for one
Limits-part of which has not been month.
developed as yet. Parents are urged to encour-
The City hired Florida Engineer age their children to participate
Associates Monday to conduct a In this supervised recreation.
survey of the City and immediate Attendance is the key to success
environs outside the City Limits so let', all plan to attend this
to ascerta& the needs- of water- r, and .A :. r,r Saturday night.
rv'Je anwi imae a (-ir for 'Tro- 4'
vlring the service. h,e engineer
fee will be 1%% of the project ----
cost should the -City igo through
with the program.
.At the 'Monday meeting Commis-
sioner Hannon made the motion
that the City of Port St. Joe file
an initial application for a planning .
-survey of the water system for its
renovation and expansion and that.
the City Attonrey be authorized to '.l'
file the initial 'application on be-
half of the City with the Housing
and Home Financing Agency of the
Federal government. Commissioner
Duren seconded the motion with
Hannon, Duren and Nedley voting .
aye. Commissioner John Robert j"- .i
,Smith and Mayor-Commissioner J. |
L. Sharit were not ,present at the -.
meeting. A HI


Owens Says "Unnatural Acts"


Discovered In Wewa School


Tells Rotary Closer
Supervision Is Needed

Thomas A. Owens, Superinten-
dent of Public Instruction for Gulf
County spoke to the Rotary Club
last Thursday concerning recent
abnormal sexual activities inves-
tigations in Gulf County School.
Owens said that irregularities
were present but that they were
localized in the Wewahitchka
High School.
Owens told the Club that the
parties involved and been discov-
ered and would be dealt with. He
also stated that complete investi-
gations had been made in both the
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka High
Schools for other abnormal activi-
ties but none were found.
Owens said that the citizens of
Gulf County should not let the
case of abnormal behaviour found
in Wewahitchka evolve into a
"witch hunt". He emphasized that
competent state investigators had
ferreted out the unsavoury activi-
ties and had established the limits
of these activities. He urged the


Length with the investigator as to
the cause of these activities and
found that in most cases they re-
sulted from a lack of parental love.
To 'prevent such activities creep-
ing into the lives of your children
Owens urged that parents know
the background of the friends of
their children; know where they go
and place a curfew on their nights
cut; do not be afraid to say "no"
to a child's request that is not the
desirable activity for him; have
rules and stick to them. Owens em-
phasized that in spite of the so-
called "new rules" of raising chil-
dren through "understanding", old
fashioned good morals have never
changed and anything that com-
promises these morals is bad for
the children and can lead to such
disasters as have been uncovered,
Owens reminded the Rotary
members that children are given
us as a gift by God into our cus-
tody. What they become is our gift
to God.
Guests of the club were Cresley
Fensom and George Boyer from the


citizens not to do any judging in Port St. Joe High School, Rev. C.
these matters themselves, thus J. Buttram of Port St. Joe and Mike
damaging the reputation of an in- Zeigler of Tallahassee.
nocent party. 4
Owens .said that he talked at BOOST PORT ST. JOEl


High School PTA

Has Second Meeting

The second -meeting of the High
School PTA was held in the High
School Auditorium on Thursday,
October 26. The meeting was call-
ed to order at 8:00 p.m. by presi-
dent, 'L. W. Porter. Leroy Bowdoin
led .the group in a salute to the
flag. Rev. Harry Babbit gave the
devotional on "Power Failures"
and took as 'his text, "Be Ye Trans-
formed":.
The recording secretary, Ruth
Hammond, read the minutes of the
last meeting and they were approv-
ed. The treasurer, Mr. McConnell,
then made his report. The proposed
budget for the current y ear,
amounting to $725.00 was approv-
ed by the body. The PTA then vot-
ed in favor of a change in the By-
Laws, to raise the annual dues from


REV. T. A. SHIRLEY
Evangelist

Nazarene Church

Plans for Revival

The Church of the Naxarene will
begin revival services on Monday,
November 6 through November 12.
Services will be at 7:30 p.m. each
night through Sunday.
The guest -minister will be the
Rev. T. A. Shirley. Rev. Shirley Is1
the pastor of the Panama City
Church of the Nazarene.
The church and its pagr, Rev.
J. A. Blackwe-l, extends a special
invitation to' everyone to attend
these special services.

UNICEF Collections

Termed As Successful

According to Mrs. Gus Creech,
chairman of the UNICEF coin col-
lection, Hallowe'en night; over
$90.00 to aid underpriviledged chil-
dren overseas.
Approximately 60 children help-
ed in the coin collection drive.
Mrs. Creech offered the thanks
of the committee for the response
of the children and to all who do-


50c to $1.00 per person. This change nated coins to this worthy cause.
will take effect next September.
Rev. "Harry Babbitt, chairman of rangements for the re-opening of
the STAC House Advisory Com- the STAG House. The STAC House
mittee, then gave a report oni the Board consists of:
organization and progress of the President, Pat Kerrigan; Secre-
STAC House Club. He reported that tary, Pat Griswold; Treasurer, Da-
the High School young people have vid Nance; Sgt.-at-Arms, Jimmy
set up a temporary STAC House Goodman; Social Chairman, ,Eve
Board. This Board is making all ar- (Continued On -Page 8)


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Eta Upsilon Chapter Enjoys delightful

Hallowe'en Costume Party, Dinner


A Hallowe'en costume party was The fortune teller of the group
given by Eta Upsilon Chapter of passedaout fortune peanuts, which
Beta Sigma Phi Tuesday evening were peanutswith the nuts remov-nd Mr. Adolph Buzier o
in the Florida PowerLounge. Black ed and small bits of paper with Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Buzier of
In the Florida PowerLounge. Black fortunes written on them. Next was Apalachicola announce the birth
cats, devils and goblins were among t w t of a daughter, Audrey Loretta on
the guests that came creeping ina contest on blowing out the can- of a daughter, Audrey Loretta on
the guests that came creeping in dle Contestants were blindfolded October 25. _
at the stroke of eight. Mr. and Mrs. Hozell D. Leaving
The party room was dimly lit and given a few turns andthen of 108 D l St., Oak Grove an-
with only the lights glowing from nounce the birth of a baby giro ,
pumpkins. In one corner of the dlA word quiz was then given and Janet Lynn on October 26.
room lack pot with sta og fire stirring prize winners were, Alene Abrams Mr. and Mrs. James Lesley At-
blackot with a log fire stirring and Pauline McGill. The last event kinson of this city announce the
her brew. Jckle Hammock was hirth of a. hahv girl. Joni Renee on


the little witch. The traditional
back and orange colors were used
throughout the room. Weird and
eerie sounds could be heard upon
entering the room.
After all the "spooks" had as-
sembled, a ghost story was started,
each added a little to the story and
by the time the story had gone
around, all were hysterical.
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November Bride-Elect
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Coker of Port St. Joe announce
the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daugh-
ter, Velva Jean to A 2-C Felix W. Paradise, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Paradise of Sacramento, California.
The wedding will be an event of November 5 at the
Highland View Baptist Church at 3:00 p.m. A reception
will follow in the home of the bride's parents. All friends
and relatives of the couple are invited.
Port St. Joe High FTA 'Electric Engineer Board of
To Sponsor Open House Directors Discuss Meeting
The Susan B. Anthony chapter, The Board of Directors, Ameri
Future Teachers of Anmerica of can Institute of Electrical Engin
Port St. Joe High School is sponl- eers (AIEE), met recently at Gul
scoring open house Tuesday after- Power Company office to receive
noon, November 7. the report of Mitch Yelverton on
Parents and interested persons the directors meeting of Distric
are urged to visit the classrooms 13 held earlier this month at Gat
and school activities from 1:00 to linburg, Tennessee.
3:00 p.m. Fall reports will be made to thi
Refreshments will be served in entire membership atthe next re
the school library. ..


COLOR b OfC Luf -0
TOM IYON. DA HEOISON 1BTOM REESE

SATURDAY NLY


flUCtKLE.RERKYINN
TONY ~DALL
ARCHIE MOORE-EDDIE HODGES


Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
Vincent Price John Kerr
In Edgar Allen Poe's Classic

"The Pit and The

SPnavision and Color
Also Short Subject -
"Horse With A Flying Tale"
Starts Wednesday
The wild
country
was only
for the
brave
and
strong-"
manor
beast!



S'tD00G0FTHENORWT
TECHNICOLOR
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was a trip through the chamber of
horrors.
Pumpkin pies and coffee were
then served and enjoyed by all.
Father and Son

Father and Son


October 26.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mack Huie,
621 Madison St., Oak Grove an-
nounce the birth -of a daughter,
Dianne Carol on October 28.
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Johnson
of Wewahltchka announce the birth



Ban uet Slated of a daughter, Velvet June on Oc-
anquet Siaed tober 22.
(All births occurred at the Port
There will be a father and son St. Joe Municipal Hospital).
banquet -at the Highland View Ele- -
mentary School November 2 spon- Garden Club Circle
scored .by the Brotherhood of the
Highland View Baptist Church. The Morning Circle of the Port
All boys from the ages of nine St. Joe Garden Club will .meet on
through 17 will be there with their November 9 at the Parish House
fathers. Men of the church who at 9:30 a.m.
don't have sons are urged to con- All ladies interested in becoming
tact a boy in the community and o the Gardn Club ar
bring him to the banquet, welcome to attend. "
BARBARA EELLS ELECTED
PRESIDENT OF CLASS CARD OF THANKS
Miss Barbara Eells, daughter of City most ratel to thePhite
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Eells, Jr., was City JoeFire Department and the Port
made president of the sophomore wonderful work in saving my their
class at Sacred Heart College, wonderful work in saving my home
Culman, Ala. from burning Friday night.
Cull. NEVAman, Ala. CROXTON
SMRS. N1@VA CROXTON


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Record Attendance At Boyles Carnival

Of Values ... Big Selling Spree

Continuing Through This Week!
"He who guards his mouth preserves his life; he who
opens wide his lips comes to ruin". Prov. 13:3.
Dear Friends:
May we comment briefly on our recent trip to the At-
lanta Ready-To-Wear Show held at hte fabulous new Mer-
chandise Mart on Peachtree Street. It was by far the lar-
gest and most spectacular Merchandise Show we've ever
attended ... there's nothing to match it in New York City
and it's a great service to all independent merchants to be
able to view the nations outstanding lines, yes, hundreds
and hundreds under one roof. It also means better service
and savings to you customers who desire the newest and
the best at moderate prices. We were able to get several
interesting Polaroid pictures of the building, selling booths
and etc. Will be glad to show them to you on your request.
Mrs. B. was on the run for four days while Barbara
and the writed posed as tourists, looking over some of At-
lanta's famous spots and having some pleasant and inter-
esting experiences. We showed up at the Mart to check on
Mrs. B. now and then. It was interesting to look around in
some of the city's well-known stores and when we com-
pared prices with St. Joe it was most revealing. Yes, we
are more sold on Boyles Values than ever before. You'll
be hearing quite a lot about these Holiday Offerings during
the next sixty days. In checking over our orders we note
that more than 65 firms are represented. only the top
ones in specific lines. We feel this shopping method will
prove to be much to your advantage and enable us to render
improved service in many ways. New merchandise will be
rolling in this week. You are cordially invited to come in
and look it over. You are the final judge and your opinion
is highly valued. There's much more to tell but we must
-stop-and look for customers! Bless their hearts!
Song ... RGB
It has been said: "Boomerangs Do Fly Back... Speak
Well of Others". Comment from a 4 year old lad buying a
paid of shoes at Boyles: "Momma, I like these shoes; they
STOMP good."

a I n n p.m. at the St. Joe Motel Ac-
Eta Upsilon Plans itve and honorary members are
urged to attend and to come dres-
Pledge Program sed semi-formal. New pledges are:
SwMrs. Alene Abrams, Frances Gra-
ham, Greta Freeman, Eta McLeod,
Pledges of Eta Upsilon Chapter Delores Cox .and Sammy Dean.
of Beta Sigma Phi will have their
first degree of membership tonight. ATTEND PTA
The ritual ceremony will be at

You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME




Ed's Florist

228 Reid Avenue
(Next To Cooper's Barber Shop)
Invites you to visit our shop and meet

Polly Hays

who has joined us. Mrs. Hays comes from Birmingham,
Ala., where she was in the florist business.
Consult Mrs. Hays Before Choosing Flowers for
Your Special Occasions Weddings! Parties!
New Arrivals!
Beautiful Wreaths to Express Your Sympathy
CALL US FOR ---
Elegant Arrangements for Your Friends Who Are Ill


uar meeting.


,Dakys, 227-88811







ida crop, an early maturing sugar- workers have been selecting es-' THE STAR, Part St. Jo*, Pl1.
cane variety is being released *to pecially for high yields and early THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1961
growers by the Florida Agricultural maturity.
"u" Experiment Stations. The new variety is extremely available.
Developed by the Everglades Ex- early in -maturity, earlier than any FLORIDA BANKERS PLAN
g periment Station, Belle Glade, F. commercial variety presently avail- DRIVE TO AID 4-H WORK
COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES 46-136 is being made available for able, and affords tonnages of cane Florida bankers will join with
U planting this fall. equal or, superior to the existing 4-H Club members in the state dur-
i commercial varieties. ing October to support the educa-
By CUSIE R. LAIRD Early maturity is especially im-. tonal programs of the National
portant -for future expansion of the A limited amount of seed cane is t4-Honal prolub rams of the National
sugar industry in colder areas sit- available and will be released on C. Ellis Clark, vice president and
uated away from Lake Okeechobee. or after November 1. Allocations C. Ellis Clark, vice president and
NEW SUGIARCANE VARIETY As a result of increased interest Anticipating possible increases in of the seed will :be in proportion to agricultural consultant of the First
FOR RELEASE TO GROWERS in sugarcane as an important Flor- production, Experiment Station the total requests and the 350 tons National Bank at Miami, has been
namd to l~n ftig vr'- fund


A SHOE
SHOE


Ladies Robinette
PUMPS and FLATS
For Dress or School Wear
Reg. $5.95 to $7.95 Values

$4.95


1 Lot Children's

ROBIN HOOD SHOES
Broken Sizes Reg. $5.95 Values

Now only $1.98


Williams
FALL SHOES
Best Quality On The
Market for the Price
All $4.99 Shoes

NOW ONLY


$3.99


1 LOT LADIES
Robinette Shoes
Values to $7.95
Broken Sizes Now Only

$1.98


Lovely Fashion Craft,

Dress Pumps

Quality Guaranteed AA and B
Widths
VALUES $8.95 to $10.95
SALE PRICE -- THIS WEEK ONLY


$7.95


All Children's
ROBIN HOOD SHOES
ON SALE
Small Sizes 3 to 8
Reg. $4.95 NOW ..............
Sizes 8V2 to 4 Reg. $5.95 $495
to $6.95 NOW ONLY ....


Williams

FALL FLATS

All $3.99 Shoes

NOW ONEY


-. $q


f or your tire $ $ $

Revolutionary advance in tires
adds mileage at no extra cost!

10 million miles of road tests
have proved that making this nylon tire lower,
wider more nearly the running shape of a
tire actually increases mileage 25% to 30%.
Because you pay not one cent
more than the price of ordinary 1st line nylon
tires, Gates low profile nylon tire makes your tire
dollars go 25% farther- really saves you im-
portant money on tires.


This tire covered by an
Unsurpassed
Guarantee!
Drive in and trade in any
worn, unsafe tires on your car
... today. Tires for all cars
and all budgets.


$88
$ 9 6.70.15
black,
tube-type
plus tax & old tire off your car.


drive.
Clark's appointment was .made by
Jesse W. Tapp, chairman of the
board of the Bank of America, 'who
heads the bank program for the
'National 4-H Sponsors Council.
Last year 76 Florida -banks partici-
pated in this program.
The campaign enables bankers to
broaden their traditionally strong
local support of the 4-H Club pro-
gram.
The foundation carries on a broad
program of "service to youth" ac-
tivities in citizenship education,
leadership development and oper-
ation of the National 4-H Center in
Washington, D. C.
'The most recent project under-
taken by the 4-H Foundation is a
one-year study leading to expansion
of science training .through 4-H
Club work.
Agriculture As A Customer
Agriculture is industry's best
customer. Farmers spend 25 to 26
billion dollars a year for goods
and 'service to produce crops and
livestock; another 15 billion dol-
lars a year for the same things that
city people buy-food, clothing,
drugs, furniutre, appliances and
other products and services.


FREE BUILDING PLANS
FOR FLORIDA RESIDENTS
Thinking of building? Whether
it's a new home for your family, or
a .shelter for livestock, the Florida
Agricultural Extension Service of-
fers professional plans, available
without cost to Florida residents.
A major goal of the Florida Plan
Service is to continually provide
more and better plans, according
to T. C. Skinner, Extension Service
agricultural engineer. A number
of the plans are developed in the
Extension Agricultural Engineering
Project specifically for Florida use.
Additional plans are made avail-
able through exchanges with other
.southern states and with the U. S.
Department of Agriculture.
During 1960. Floridlana received
approximatelyy lIi,500 fNee, .plans tor
homes and farm structures.


O a session.
ReprefSe native Of Maynor, a native of Montgomery,
Ala., graduated from fBelhaven in
College To Visit June, 1961 and was asked to join
the staff ,as *head of student pro-
Jackson, Miss Tom Mayor, curemenit. He was president of the
Jackson, Miss-vTom Maynor, Student Council and a campus lea-
field representative for Belhaven der during his undergraduate days.
College, will be in Port St. Joe onI He will join other field represen-
October 31 for meetings with high, tatives in college-career days in
school students. He will discuss Port St. Joe high schools.
the Presbyterian, coeducational, lib-
eral arts college now in its 79th


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"


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.M.
Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) ..------. 7:45 P.M.


PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Prayer Service (Thursday) 7:45 P.M.
Sunday School -.- 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship 11,:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
Comfortably Air-Conditioned


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


RICH'S Super MARKET
(FIVE MILES FROM PORT ST. JOE ON HIGHWAY 71)


(Limit ,Rights Reserved)


AT WHITE CITY, FLORIDA


- THESE SPECIALS GOOD MONDAY THRU SATURDAY, NOV. 4 -


ONE DOZ. FLA. GRADE 'A' FRESH

Eggs Free
With $10 or More Grocery Order
Place Your Order now for Thanksgiving
TURKEYS & FRESH HAMS


PORK
STEAKS


CHUCK
ROAST


The Best Home
SOUSE


lb.49C


lb. 49c


Flavored
lb. 49C


U. S. Good & Swift Premium Best LB.


SIRLOINS
Boneless
NEW YORKS


79c


Our Ow Home Made Pa=
Pan Sausage 3
LEAN 1
Brisket Stew lbs.
SELECT TENDER
BEEF LIVER lb. 39C
FRESH PORK
PORK BRAINS pt.JYC
Hickory Smoked Slab
Whole Side or Portion
BACON lb.39c
BUY IT NOW "IT'S CHEAP"


NEW FALL CROP
BUTTER BEANS bu. $2.98
TENDER SQUASH bu. $1.98
GREEN PEAS bu. $1.98
E. J. RICH and SONS OFFERS for
your convenience EACH SATURDAY
2 BIG TRUCK LOADS
of FRUITS and VEGETABLES display
by Creech Laundry Bldg. on Hwy. 98
Colored or White
Butter Beans lb. 10C
We Buy and Sell Pecans
PAPERSHELL 3lbs. $1
APPLES, TANGERINES, 1
LEMONS, ORANGES$
FRUIT 3 bags

CARROTS I A .
RADISHES bag v00
FRESH
LETTUCE 2 hds. 25c
FILL YOUR DEEP fJrEEZiER
(Mix 'em up) Shelled Daily
Butter Beans
White Acre Peas


39c bag


3 for $1.00


The Best Hog, Horse or Cow Feed
Crushed Corn bag $22
SINGLE O a
BANANAS Ib. 10c


GIGANTIC -NO
COSTING'S FALLSHOE SALE NG ON

QUALITY SHOES AT BUDGET PRICES


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BALLET HOSIERY,-:.-
Reg. $1.00 and $1.15 pair '


Now only 79c pr.


SI plus old tireoff yourcar puts a new Gates
iW *N low profile nylon tire on the wheel.


PATE'S SHELL SERVICE
Pet St. Jo. Pie.


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Juicy Grapefruit


Each 5C


U. S. No. 1 WHITE
POTATOES


10 Lb. Bag.


Port St Joe
EDWARD J. WOODS
Owner and Manager
Specials for Thursday, Friday
and Saturday Nov. 2, 3, 4
(We Reserve Limit Rights)
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
Swift Premium Canned 4 Pound

HAMS

EACH2.99


Tablerite Pork

SAUSAGE


LB.


391e


Tablerite Sliced

BACON
POUND
TRAY 59


Ga. & Fla. Grade A Whole


Tablerite Fryer Quartered


LEGS


LB.


BREAST


C


LB.


Copelands Lean Meat
FRANKS
12 oz.pkg. 39C


Table Rite Choice Heavy Beef Boneless New York


POUND


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33c


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Hi Neighb .or I .....
When you work h.i- f:-- years, making endless
sacrifices, saving every dollar you could to someday
own your own business, you are certainly going to be
more grateful for the patronage of your customers than p
if you operated a store for someone else. /
In the majority of instances, hard work. privation and
struggle is the story behind your IGA store owner.
He appreciates your business because of the long.uphill
fight he had before he was in a position to get
-. your business. Therefore your retailer asks that
vou make the "Total Test" in his store to prove
to yourself, that you save MORE with IGA's
Every Day Low Prices. The true story lies
at the bottom of each tape you receive.
'he TOTAL will tell the story.

KRAFT

MAYONNAISE


16 Oz.
Jar


29c


CAIRO BEAUTY


PEANUT BUTTER


2 JAR


59c


VAN CAMPS


PORK & BEANS


3No. 300
CANS


39c


Condensed
ALL
49 Oz.
PKG. 7
Fluffy
ALL
3 Lb. 7
PKG.
WISK
CAN 750
BREEZE
Lg. 35
PKG.


Alcoa Aluminum
FOIL
ROLL 330
HANDY ANDY
QT. 69o
SILVER DUST
g 35.
PKG. 5
Liquid
ALL
QTo-. 77o


Ipana
TOOTH PASTE
Econ. & Lg.
BOTH FOR U6
Northern
WAXTEX
ROLL 23o
Mahatma
RICE
2 Lb .c^
PKG. 35W
Water Maid


RI
2 Lb.
PKG.


CE
330


Blue Ribbon
NAPKINS
S Pkgs.,
Liquid
LUX
81ZE
O"Cello 1-C
SPONGES
2 FOR25
Liquid
SWAN
CAN 39o


IGA DAIRY FOODS
Cracker Barrel 8 Oz. Pkg.
Mellow Cheese pkg. 39c
Tablerite 8 Oz. Pkg.
Sliced Cheese pkg. 39c
Pillsbury
Caramel Nut Rolls can 39c
Tablerite
Oleomargarine 2lbs. 49.c

* Quick-and-Easy-to-Fix Frozen Foods *


IGA Ready to Serve 10 Oz. Pkg.
Strawberries 4 pkgs.


Beef, Chicken, Turkey 8 Oz.
Pot Pies
IGA Frozen Peach, Apple


PIES


2 0 Oz.
PIES


89c


2for 45c


75c


Please Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order


SUGAR


IGA EVAPORATED


Canned MILK


5 lb
bag


3 Tall
Cans


39a


39c


IGA DELUXE 5c OFF


COFFEE


IGA BRAND V Lb. Pkg.
TEA
Wesson Cooking Salad
OIL


Del Monte 303 Can


69c
Qt. Btl.
59c


Broadcast Vienna 4 Oz. Cans


Sausage


2 for


BETTY CROCKER White, Yellow, Devils Food
CAKE MIX


DEL MONTE CREAM GOLDEN

CORN


Spinach


2 for


IGA Instant 2 Oz. Jar
Coffee
IGA Sliced 303 Can
Beetsfor


SPKGS.


2


303
CANS


25c.


33c


31c


S1.010


35c


1 LB.
CAN


59c


LIFEBUOY SOAP
2 BATH REG.
2 ARS31 2 SIZ23

LUX TOILET SOAP
2 29o 2 "L 21o

PRAISE TOILET SOAP


2 BATH
BARS-41o


FREE

5000

Top Vialue

Stamps,
To Be Given Away
Saturday, November 4
Register Each Time You
Visit Our Store
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By The Star P&
WESLEY R. RAMSEY ,
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entered as second-clam matter, Decembe
; Florida, under Act
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARAE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTH
TO ADVERTISERS- nase of error
Snot bold themselves able for dams
The spoken word ir given scant atte
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Minutes of the
County Commission
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
October 24, 1961
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
met this date in regular session
with the following -memnbers pres-
ent: Leo Kennedy, vice-chairman,
Neva 'S. Croxton, James H. Greer,
and A. J. Strickland. The Clerk,
Dpeuty Sheriff, Engineer, Road Su-
perintendent, Mosquito Control Su-
pervisor and Attorney were also
present.:
The meeting came to order at
6:30 p.m.
The Clerk read a letter from
Hon. Bob 'Sikes wlh reference to
Employment for Gulf County Citi-
zens. The Clerk was instructed to
answer said letter.


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A complete line of Borden's Dairy Pro-
ducts at your favorite super market or
delivered to your door. Just call us, col-
lect, to have your name placed on our
route.
TRY OUR
Country Fresh Eggs


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689-438S Wewahitchka, Florida


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At Lowest Mill Prices


SAVE 50%


We cordially extend an invitation to the people of Port St. Joe
rounding area to visit our store and save dollars.


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1f-- i fjf e' STAR. Port St. Joe. Fl.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1961
SST A R Jservice and recommneded that bids
,be received as soon as possible in
Williams Avenue. Port St. Joe. Flora order for the contractor to com-
ubilihlno Company plete the installation of the air
conditioners; that bids. should be
Editor and PublWhr received on the complete job and
d Bookkeeper alternate -bids for labor 'Only. After
Photographer, Coiumrist, Reporter, Proof discussion, there was a .motion by
Commissioner Croxton, seconded by
ALL 7-3161 Commissioner Stricklano .and una-
S, nimously carried that the Boahd ad-
t, 31 at the S otof.s, Port St. Joe, vertise to receive sealed bids on
Novembe'r14, 1961, as per sugges-
SLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE tion by the Engineer.
i .753 THREE MONTHS 0 Mrs. C. G. Rish, Supervisor of
omission? in advertisements, the publshem Registration, came before the
ge further than amount received for s~ch Board and discussed the adding of
a voting precinct in South Port St.
nation; the printed word though Joe. After discussion, Mrs. -,Rish
a; the printed word thoroughly recommended that the boundary
,on remains. lines for Precinct No. 9 be 5th St.
and 10th St.; No. 10 be from 10th
The Clerk was instructed to pay St. to the West side of 16th St. and
Mae Creamer $15.00 per month -from N-o. 11 from the East side of 16th
indigent funds. I St. to the County line and all pre-
Whereupon, the following sealed icinct line sconform to County Com-
ibids were received to furnish the missioners District. After further
Mosquito Department one four discussion, the Board directed the
wheel drive pick-up truck, to-wit: Attorney to prepare the proper re-
St. Joe Motor Company offered solution for making the, above pre.
a Ford at $2325.11. cinct changes and that this resolu-
Gulf White Truck, 'Inc., offered tion ibe adopted at the next regu-
a Willys at $2,141.25. lar meeting.
After consideration, there was a The Board discussed the Jones
motion tby Commissioner Strick- Homestead Road and the progress
land, seconded by Commissioner being made on, this project. The
Croxton and upon vote was unani- Board voted to advertise for ce-
mously carried, that the Willys ment to :be used in the paving of
truck tbe purchased as per bid of the project, bids to be received at
Gulf White Truck, Inc., at $2,141.25 the next regular meeting.
to be pal dfor from State funds on The 'Sheriff presented his annual
January 9, 1962. financial report for the fiscal year
The Engineer presented blue- ending September 30, 1961, and the
prints and specifications for the filed.
electrical requirements for convert- I T. Land presented a ditch
ing the courthouse 'to three phase easement on property in Riverside'
Park Subdivision and the same was
Ordered recorded.
The Mosquito Control Supervisor
'presented a report of budget
amendments required to balance
the 1960-61 budget. Upon motion
by Commissioner Strickland, sec-
ended by Commissioner Greer and
unanimously carried, that said re-
port ,be approved and ordered.
The Clerk advised the Commis-
sion that it is time to take a com-
plete physical inventory of all
RnAflth lrlP County property as provided in
rKUVI Eu Chapter 2742 Florida Statutes, Ac-
tion of 1959. After discussion, it
THE was decided that the inventory
TllE will be made between this date
and November 14, 1961.
ENE'R V Commissioner Croxton discussed
ENE G the need of fill dirt in several plac-
es in Highland View and St. Joe
Beach. The Road Department was
T HEYI instructed to check on this matter.
There being no further business,
the meeting adjourned.
NEED! ATTEST:
Mom, be sure your George Y. Core Leo Kennedy
youngsters are getting -K
plenty of those
DONALD H. PARKER
delloious, nourlahlng ATTENDING MEMPHIS U.
dairy foods they need Donald H. Parker, son of Mr.
to stay healthy and Mrs. H. G. Parker of Port St.'
Joe, is attending Memphis State
University, Memphis, Tenn., this
A senoir, Mr. Parker is majoring
t N Has1a p in personnel management.
BE GOOD -Want Ads Get Ressiat


"SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN SHORT SHANK


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BREAKFAST! I
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BACON

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SAUSAGE I

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CENTER
SLICES


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LB.


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FARM FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLE!
FRESH FIRM CRISP FRESH FIRM C

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2 HEADS


29c


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SPECIALS


ANN PAGE
KETCHUP


20 OZ.
BOTTLE F '
@ V,


DEL MONTE ROUND-UP SALE!


FRUIT COCKTAIL


BLENDED PEAS
Y. C. 'PEACH HALVES or SLICES

GOLDEN CREAM STYLE


WHOLE KERNEL CORN


BEAN SALE"
SULTANT PORK & BEANS
Ann Page 'RED BEANS or RED KIDNEY BEANS


3


16 Oz.
CANS


29c


GRADE "A" LARGE


EGGS


Sanitary Napkins-12's
KOTEX 2 boxes 89c


Kleenex Table
NAPKINS
Cleanser
IAB-O 2
Copper Cleaner
:AMEO
Red Devil
YE
iquid Detergent
REND


25c


! 14-oz. 33c

10 oz. 33c

13 oz. 23c

22 oz. 49c


.&P Veg. Shortening
EXO lb. can 29c
Ken-L-Ration
)OG FOOD 26 oz. 25c
lue Bonnet
MARGARINE lb. 30c
&P Frozen Asparagus
PEARS 3 10-oz. $1.00
or Cooking & Salads
LESSON OIL 24 oz. 45c


DOZEN


JAN PAKRE

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your


1 LB.
CANS


choice


1 LB.
CANS


your
choice


RED CHEEK
I APPLE JUICE


2


QUART
BOTTLES


49c


Plastic Garbage or Trash With Cov


BARREL


* A
SPCIL


FRESHLY BAKED JANE PARKER
FRUIT CAKES 3 Ib. cake $2
America's Favorite-Over 2/3 Fruit & N


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November 4


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Wax Paper
CUTJRITE 75 f
Aluminum Foil
510 Fifth KAISER 25 f
Street Bondware
PAPER CUPS 2
Bondware Paper
PLATES
turday, Kleenex
TOWELS pkg.


lb.89c


t. roll 19c
t. roll 33c
4 hot 49c
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Jr. High Football Team Preps for Return
Engagement With Chattahoochee Sat.
The Port St. Joe Junior High a return game with Chattahoochee
football team composed of seventh, here this Saturday morning at 11:00
eighth and ninth graders will' play a.m.
The Junior Sharks traveled to


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Rev. T. A. Shirley
Evangelist .

REVIVAL
SERVICES
CHUCH of the
NAZARENE
NOVEMBER 6-12
Services Each Night
at 7:30 P.M.
Everyone is invited to
attend these services
J. A. BLACKWELL
Pastor


Chattahoochee two weeks ago and
came home with a 31-13 victory.
But, in this game we expect to see
an improved team. The Junior
High Sharks have been working
hard preparing for this return en-
gagement.
The most likely starters are:
Randy Weston and Buddy Smith
ends, Bobby Guilford and Randell
Richards at tackles; Jerry Branch
and Ted Whitfield at guards; either
David Dickey, Christy Gaskin or
Morris Buttram at center. Backs
will be Al Cathy, Larry Parker,
David Babbitt and Johnny Rogers.
Other ninth graders to see action
will be Gary Fain, Bobby Antley,
Junior Nichols and James Davis.


Joe Garcia will definitely be mis-
sed as he-is out with a-sprained
ankle. -
Other boys to see some action
are: Donnie Smith, Alfred Rudd,
Gary Davis, Mike Weston, Eddy
McFarland and Wayne Pate at
end. Tackles: Jerome Barnes, Ray
Ramsey, Johnny Maddox, Jimmy
Cox, Guilford Wiley. Guards: Tom-
-my Wright, Danny Oakes, Wayne
Mahon, Danny Raffield, Jackie
Raffield, Alan Humphrey, Larry
Branch and Andy Trammell. Cen-
ters: Danny Odum and Larry Or-
rell. Backs: Mark Rutland, Billy
Smith, Rodney Bowdoin, Tommy
Atchison, quarterbacks; fullbacks,
Tommy Adams and George Swan,
-halfbacks; Bob Ellzey, Randy Arm-
strong, David Woods, Tom Butt-
ram, Ed 'Scisson, Billy Antley,
Maurice Fuller, Freddy Wise and
Byron Baxley.
Admission will -be 25c for adults
and 15c for students.
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Bowling League
Standings
The Ind-strial Bowling Lea
standings as of Ocotber 31 ar
follows:
W L
Pulp Mill ......---... 18 10.
Vitro 16% 14%
Maintenance --..- 16 12
Michigan Chemical 14 14
Glidden Co. ---- 13% 14%
Paper Mill --- 13% 14.%
Coast Guard ........-- 12 16
Box Plant --..-8.........8 19


Results of bowling Tuesday night'
are as follows:
Paper Mill vs Michigan Chemiial,
Paper Company won three games
and lost one. Michigan Chemical
won one game and lost three.
Maintenance vs Vitro: Mainten--,
ance won two and lost two; Vitro
won two and lost two. ...,
Glidden vs Box Plant: GliddeXa
won 2%, lost 1%; Box Plant won
1% lost 2%. ,,
Pulp Mill vs Coast Guard;, Pulp
Mill won one game, lost three
games; Coast Guard won -three
games and lost one.
Costin'Ws slipped by Phil'co Corp.
with four points while Vitro ham-
mered Michigan 'Chemical out. of
the League lead by taking three
points from, the League leaders.
Vitro services went wild the first
two games and pounded out a 'new
team high for game and series.
Floyd Chevrolet and St. Joe Mot-
or rolled a split contest with each
taking two points. St. Joe Motor
won total -pins by one pin..Florida
National Bank took three points
from SJPC office staff and the
standings for this week are as fol-
lows:


Won
Costin's Dept. Store .- 15
Michigan Chemical 14
Floyd Chevrolet .. 11
Florida Nat. Bank -- 9
St. Joe 'Motor ._ 9
Philco Corp. 8
SJPC Office Staff __ 8
Vitro Services --- 6


Lost
6
9
11
11
12
12
14


Tonight's matches are as follows:
Costing's vs Floyd's, Alleys 1 and
2.
St. Joe Motor 'vs Philco,' alleys
3 and 4.
SJPC Office vs Vitro, Alleys 6
and 6.
Florida National Bank vs Michi-
gan 'Chemical, alleys 7 and 8.





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W white H mty -ome lak of water.'. The Port St. Joe
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Classified Ads

FOR RENT: Two bedroom house.
$35.00 month. Also, two bedroom
,.house, $45.00 monthly. Both unfur-
lished. See Bill Carr or phone 227-
.8111. Mfc
,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. tf -10-19.1
FOR RENT: Unfurnished newly
decorated two bedroom house.
Carport, laundry and storage. Ph.
227-8536. ttfc-10-26
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart-.
ment at 706 Woodward Ave. For
information call 227-3941. 2t-10-26
FOR RENT: Duplex, 1206 Palm
Boulevard. 2 bedroom. Phone
227-7431. 2tp-11-2
FOR RENT: Three furnished ap-
artments. 228 8th St. Price, $10.
per week. Phone 227-7841. Itp
FOR SALE: Acre of land at Over-
..treet. Call Union Finance Co.
FOR SALE: 1959 Ford Galaxie,
power steering, power brakes.
radio and theatre. Our equity, take
up payments. Will take older car
in trade. Phone 229-1190. 2tc-11-A
FOR SALE: 15 cu ft. upright Ad-
,miral freezer. Call Union Finan-
ce Co. lc-10-2t


FOR SALE: One bedroom an, two
bedroom housqe'- in Oak Grove.
Contact Sam 1eel, Ingrami-Service
Station, Carrabell'e, Phone 697-
3990. tfe-10-19
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom insulated
house. Hardwood floors, wired -for
air conditioner and electric stove.
Corner lot, '02 16th St., $8.500.
$57.21 monthly payments. FHA fi-
nancing. $300 down payment plus
S-FHA closing costs. Write or call
collect Bne Dickens, 1101 Peidmont
Drive, Tallahassee, Florida. Phone
686-1015. tfc
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house 1308
Long Ave. Garage and utility
room. Call Grady Player, 227-3636.
FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnished.
bedroom brick home, 1031 Long
Ave. Also two story, two bedroin
stucco home, 1508 Long Ave. Phone
648-4128, J. A. Mira.
FOR SALE
1. 2-bedroom house at Mexico
Beach on waterfront. 100x143- lot.
Fully furnished. Ceramic tile bath.
Priced at only $10.975.00.
2. Large frame house, over 2,000
ft. of floor space on five acres of
land at Kinard, Fla. Priced at $6,-
600.
S. 3-bedreom house, 1 bath, car-
-port and .utility room, an Marvin
Avenue. Pay owner's equity and
assume balance of $9,461.56 pay-
able at $70.00 per month.
'41 Lots at Douglas Landing for
fish camps and retirement homes.
Terms arranged to suit you.
5. Lots to rsale at St. Joe Beach.
--I block, from water. Reasonable
terms.
6. 106 acres at Beacon Hill. Good
investment opportunity.
7. 320 acres of woodland, six
miles South of Wewahitchka. Ap-
proximatei 300 acres planted in
4-year old pine ees.
8. New three bedroom homes un-
der construction on Cypr.ess Ave-
ime. $500 down, payments, approxi-
.l&Tely $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 Williams Ave.
NOTICE: I am no longer associat-
ed with St. Joe Loan Co. I amn
avail-able for any kind of account-
ing, including financial and oper-
sting statements and tax returns.
Joe Grimsley, P. 0. Box 495, Phone
227-2981.
FOR SALE I J hvt. n iU -a10itW


and everyday greeting cards. Oome
in the -mornings or make an ap-W
pointment. Mrs. Jacquelyn K. Quar-
les, 209 9th St. Phone 229-1691. 4t
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 tor
-tidek expert service. tte
PLANNING TO MOVE? Letuslhelp'
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-
tug 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
-sorry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station. &ubrey R. Tomlian
qon, Phone 7-7501.
rHERE WILL BE a regular comz
munioation of Port St. Joe LodAe
No. 111, F&AM every first aone
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


JOSEPH 0. EVANS, W. M.
BILLY JOE RICH. Sec.,
all Ma Masons cordiallr invite
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. I. 0.
0. F.4-Meete second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniel
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
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Dodson Explains

Bank's Activities
i .- .-.i-u trum page 1)
Depositors Insurance Corporation
which in.-ures each account deposit-
fd in the bank for. $10,000.00. Dod-
son said that it is- possible for in-
dividuals having more than $10,-
000.00 in the bank :to have their
funds insured by placing the funds
in, different accounts.
In changing over' to a National
Bank status, recently, Dodson 'said
the Port St.' Joe blahk had to set
aside $250,000.00 as a reserve, in
cash for any unforeseen emergen-
cies. At the time -of transition, the
bank was operating with only $250,-
000.00 and had to do some figur-
ing to get the .money to set aside
in the trust. .
The maximum loan that the Port
St. Joe bank can make to any one
Individual is $35,000. Dodson said
larger loans can be handled, by
farming portions of the loan out to
other members of the Florida Bank
Group.
Speaking for a few moments of
national disaster, Dodson said that
new bank -notes (paper money)
have been printed and 'put in stra-
tegic locations to get money into
circulation in the shortest possible
time in case of a disaster which
should destroy a local bank. Dod-
son.emphasized that the cash would
be necessary in case of a disaster
since some bank records -may be


Flower Arrangement Suggestions


By POLLY HAYS to use for arranging artificial fruits
HARVEST ARRANGEMENTS and flowers.
The autumn season suggests Until the last few years, the use
flower arrangements synonymous of artificial fruits and flowers was
with the harvest. During this sea- considered bad taste, -but they have
son, fruits overshadow flowers by made a definite place for them-
t J hii..n ii.in.--h fl lA*v- tofl av 4 hav ml a fn ha iiaa_-


iJ.JLr abundanceIU giving theu foJUWer
arranger a real challenge to com-
bine them with flowers.
.Fruits are generally considered
informal and are usually used in
the informal type arrangement
when combining them with flowers;
however, they can be used in for-
mal arrangements with equal beau-
ty. The choice of a formal contain-
er and formal design will determine
the formality of the arrangement.
Grapes and foliage can be arrang-
ed beautifully in a formal contain-
er to make a formal design.
The flower arranger will find
that sea oats, yellow chrysanthe-
mum, oranges, lemons and Times
arranged in a tan or brown wicker
horn of plenty are most attractive.
The horn of plenty is also suitable


Seves o Uday. iThey are to be usedau
as -a decorator's item instead of
using them 'as a substitute for a
-gift of fresh flowers. If you know
someone well enough to know that
they would fit into ;the decor of his
home and that the recipient apprec-
iates them, it is quite permissable
to give artificial flowers. The flow-
er arranger should be sure he
knows quality in artificial flowers
as many inferior products are on
the market.
Dry branches, leaves, pods and
pine cones -may be combined with
artificial fruits for .most attractive
arrangements. In order that the
flower arranger will not tire of this
type arrangement, since it is con-
sidered seasonal, he should store
it at the appearance of the -first


THE STAR. Port St. Jo., Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1961

spring flowers to be used again
next autumn, when it will be as
pleasing as a new fall hat.
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LEGAL ADVERTISING aesroyea whicn would maKe people
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S distrustful of checks drawn on.
COURT, GULF COUNTY, -banks in -a disaster area.
'FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of Dodson also warned the club
BLANCHE I. WH.ITTEN, members of the.state's new aban-
Deceased. doned property law which is now
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of. going into effect.
Blanche I. Whitten, deceased, are The law is designed to confiscated
hereby notified and required to file all bank depsit or public service
any claims or demands which they a
have against said estate in the of- deposits that have been unclaimed
fice of the County Judge of Gulf or inactive for a period of 15 years.
County, Florida, in the Courthouse.. .
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within 'Dodson warned all who may have
six (6) calendar months from the parents with forgotten 'deposits put
date of the first publication of this dip for utilities, or old bank ac-
notice. Each claim or demand must' counts with a few dollars in them
be in writing and must state the:to draw them out before the state
place of residence and post office
address of the claimant and must calls for all the funds to be trans-
be sworn to by the claimant, his ferred to the state treasury.
agent, or his attorney, or it will Bob Freeman of Michigan Chem-
become void according to law.
October 4, 1961; to al- Company was inducted as a
/s/ Adrienne Fleishel new member of the club.
Executrix of the Will of: Guests of the club wee Cieinon
Blanche I. Whitten, Bamnlster of Apal chicola and Nei-
Cec G. Co Jr. tt,, won Hall of the High School Key
Attoliney for Executrix 10-1 di.



Social Security Now
-----

Pays More Benefits
.!] . .,


Beginning this year, many So-
cial Secutity beneficlares- who work
will 'be 'able to increase their part-
time zor full-time-earnings and still
be paid some of thbir Social Secur-
ity benefits, according- to John V.
Carey, District Manager of the Pan-
ama City, Florida, -'Social. -Securit
Office.
Beneficiaries who earn $1200 or
less in a year will -still *get their
full Social Security checks for all
12 months of the year. But, begin-
nnig for 1961, a person earning be-.
tween $1200 and $1700 in a year:
will have only $1 in benefits with-
held for each $2 earned over' $1200.
When earnings are more than
$1700 a year, $1 in benefits will be
withheld for each $1 that earnings
-go over $1700.
To show the advantages of the
new provision, Mr. Carey cited the
example of 'the 68 e-#r old worker
who receives Social Security bene-
fits of $150 a month -for himself
and his 66 year old wife. Beginning
in 1961, this man can earn $3200 a
year and he and his wife will still
,get at least $50 in. benefits for the
year. If he earns only :$2100, -they
can receive $1150 in benefits, giv-
ing them an income from combined
earnings and benefits of $3250 a
year.
He also indicated that some -peo-
ple who applied for their benefits
in years past may still not be aware
that -they could collect some pay-
ments under certain provisions
which have been in effect for some
tnme. One of these provisions per-
mits a beneficiary, regardless of
his total earnings for the year, to
receive his -full benefit check for
any month in which he does not
earn more than $100 or do substan-
tial work in his own business.
The other provides that begin-
ning with the month of -his 72nd
birthday, a bneeficlary may be
paid all his benefits no matter how
much he earns.


T:dn oAm f-. 0 ,UbU U hOusei with
den, separate dining room, cen- A Deneficiayr may have been ad-
tral heating, carpet and new blinds vised, based upon an estimate of
included., Large tree shaded cor-
ner lot. 1301 Woodward. Phone earnings, that he could receive
227-3751. -tfc-8-24 part of his benefits even though
CHRISTMAS CARDS: Personallz- he continues t work and ean
ed Ohristmas cands, stationery over $1200 in the year. Because of
and tusprtpd boxes of Christmas changes ih nis work, it may be that


a 'eneffiaiary's earnings will (be
more or less than what he had an-
ticipated. In such an event, the
beneficiary should revise his prior
estimate filed with the Social Se-
curity office to make certain that
the -benefit being received is cor-
rect.
Mr. Carey urges working people
past retirement age (62 -for men and
women), who .have not yet applied
for their Social Security benefits,
to visit their Social Security office
now. Even though they are earning
fairly substantial amounts, they
-may now be able to collect some
benefit checks during 1961 and la-
ter year&.
The Social Security office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri.-
son Avenue, Panama City, tele-
phone PO 3-5331.
It

High School PTA

Has Second Meeting
(Continued Frem Page 1)
Rutland; Publicity and Recreation,
Alice Land; Snack Bar, Linda Le-
Hardy; Chaperones, Mary Dell
Ramsey; Building and Grounds,
Catherine Duren and Membership,
Robbie Costin.
The first function of the STAG
House Club will be held on the eve-
ning of November 4.
. Leo Shealey, program chairman,
then presented the guest speaker,
Bob Sidwell. Mr. Sidwell spoke
-briefly on "Civil Defense", answer-
ed some questions from his au-
dience and then presented a film
on "Fallout".
The meeting was adjourned at
approximately 9:20 p.m. Immediate-
ly afterward, refreshments were
served by the Junior Tri-Hi-Y girls
in the cafeteria.
The next meeting of the PTA
will be held on Thursday, Novem.
ber 30 at 8:00 p.m. All parents are
urged to come.
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