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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: August 16, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

"Port St. Joe-The Out/et Port for the ApalachicolaChattahoochee Vcdey"


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY.,AUUST 16,.1962


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
It where we can speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town- merchailntl.
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Officials of the Gulf Timberlands ga-
thier around a planter tractor in prepara-
tion to beginning the first of their revolu-
tionary seed planting of pine trees on their
180,000 acres of land in the Overstreet
area on Friday of last week.
The company has cut all the long leaf


pine from the property and is replanting
in slash pine for a more rapid crop of pine
trees. The concern plans to raise the trees
for sale to paper mills in this area.
St. Joe Paper Company of Port St. Joe
bought the huge amount of long leaf -cut
off the property. (star photos)


GULF TIMBERLANDS BEGINS REPLANTING 180,000

ACRES IN SLASH PINE TREES USING SEEDS


Above, a planter tractor goes to work planting the pine
seeds, The seeds were planted much the same as corn or
any other grain crop is planted by a farmer.



Bowling Lanes, Phillips and Paper

Mill Takes Games In Bowling League


By MAXINE JENSEN
Hi fans! There was .some close
bowling at the lanes Monday night.
'We watched Phillips "66" and the
St. Joe Bowling Lanes take two
points apiece on alleys one and
two. The :St. Joe Bowling Lanes
really had some bowling 'to do as
they only had three men bowling.
Joe Whaley led with a series of
516. followed by Arnold with a
459. Trouble plagued Wayne Smith,
for we. saw 'him foul once and we
also isaw him drop his ball, so you
see,, it happens to the best. He
came through with a 447 series,
however.
Phillip's "66" took their two
'points 'with Lee Taylor rolling a
507 .series and Anderson next with


a series of 469. Winton Ferrell
tried a different ball and didn't do
so good for the "Gassers", maybe,
,by next Monday night he will have
the feel of it.
On alleys three and four the Pa-
per Mill and Nedley's ,battled with
the Paper Mill winning three points
to Nedley's one point. Lamar Moore
led the way for the Paper Boys
with a 489 series and Neel rolled a
468 series. Frank Scott was high
man for the Rosebuds with George
Boyer second. Their series were
456 and 417 respectively.
On alleys five and six we watch-
ed the high and low teams of the
league split with two polints apiece.
The St. Joe Stevedores won the
first two games with Gary Manz


Reception For

City Teachers

The Port St. Joe Jaycees are
sponsoring their second annual
reception for. the Port St. Joe
school teachers Sunday afternoon
from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., at the
Stac House.;
All of the teachers of the Port
St. Joe:.-c'4ols are,,expec*.-d to
be on hand to meet the parents
of the city.'
Everyone is invited to be on
hand to greet the teachers.
Refreshments will be served
by the Jaycees during the recep-
tion.

Revival Services At

Highland View Baptist

The public is invited ito attend
revival services in the Highland
View Baptist Church beginning
Wednesday, August 15 and contin-
uing through ,Sunday, August 26.
Services will 'be held each day
from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. 'amd 7:30
to 8:30 p.m.
'The music will 'be under the di-
rection 'of Edward Ramsey of Port
St. Joe, and the evangelist will .be
Rev. E. E. Earnest, pastor of
Northside Baptist Church in Wau-
chula.
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Visiting Grandmother
Miss Mitzi Hendrix is visiting
her grandmother, Mrs. R. H. Bass-
ford, Sr., in Valdosta, Ga.

leading with a fine 524 series and
Rlaph Ward 'bowling a 470 series.
Jensen's "5". won the last game
and took pin count for their two
.points. Tom Thornton had 'a real
,good night with ,games of 169, 166
*and 188, :totaling a fine 523 series.
John McKenzie came through for
Yensen's after three weeks of bad
luck with a 484 series, with games
of 177, 157 and 150. We're proud
of you John!
That's it for this week. See you
next week in The Star.


Charles Harthern Resigns Oak Grove Church Pastorate


Pastor and Mrs. Charles H. Har-
thern will be leaving 'the Oak
Grove-Assembly of God Church at
the 'end of j/this month. Mr. Har-
thern will commence a revival in
the-Faith tiemorial Church in At-
lanta on September 4. He held his
first-Trevirhi in this church when
he eaie 'to America 12 years ago.
He 'is lookedd up for revivals in
.Montomdry, Columbus, Niceville,
Pan ma City, Chipley, Perry, Jack-
son-ille, W, est Palm Beach, Fort
Myers, Tile Bahamas, Albany, Sa-
vannah, Norfolk, Indiana and many
other -pla.es.


Gulf Has Second

Traffic Fatality of

The Year Sunday

Gulf County sutfft-ered it i-,,,
'traffi. death of the ye-V S -un J j '.,
nighlt.at S-45 p.m. when Arch L- Mii-
chael Vanler.bergh .. Brook r[Ill-
a.'s killed when his pick.ii, Iru.1 I:


proposedd Gulf Budget





Viii Require 14.2 Mills

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out"h or'. Jt,;::,nL Small Cuts Made From First
S Hiewhav out. Vlmrberc Fir
Hivwhya n 9lye .rb r .:i Proposals Made September 25
and H. Construction nCo'nntiI". cur,
rently building an electric hA.i-
line into Port. St. Joe. After some cutting df the "work sheet' .budget pub-.
Vanlerhergh had heen hami' foor lished in last week's issue of The Star, the County Comnmis-
the 'week en.d and was returning, I sion came up with a tentative budget at Tuesday's regular
Port. St. Joe. meeting which is some $9,228.00 less than'tlie 'vortk sheet"
According to Highway Patrol total. The tentative budget will require a mill rate of 14.2
Trooper Ken Murphy, Vanlerbergh
was, traveling at approximately 7n to meet. The County also accepted-the budget of the Board
miles .per hourfwhen he lost control of Public Instruction for 22 mills which will run the-county
of 'his vehicle and left ,the road on Imillage to a grand total of 36.2 for the 1963 tax year if the
the right .hand 3ide. He traveled tentative budget is adopted as is.
221 feet and then brought the Rece-iving the b'hi: ,cur in the
truck 'back on the highway and
left the roa t ,againon ,t -he.Tf tra-entative budget was Civil Defen.r; ing sp.n .showed that ,n avv-rage
veling 120 feet 'before he hit a which received a cut .from the re- .:,' 277 vehicles :r-;:). the 'barge in
"curve" sign 'coming 'back 'on the quested $12,930.00 to $6,000.00 which ,'-a.b .24 hour p.eriod. He ilayo)
pavement where he traveled 90 feet is 'a $1,0000.00 increase over 11;1 -lated that a -minimum of 315 ve-
and left the road again traveling year. hic-s .- hi d.iy is required to war-
153 feet down the left .shoulder be- After the County' Commission rent construction of .such a 'bridge.
tore the truck turned over. Vanler- meeting had adjourned, Civil De-
bergh was thrown from the truck fense Director, Bob .Sidwell, filed Mayo concluded t e ould
on its first overturn ,and crushed his resignation with Clerk of the not see his way clear to recom-
underneath the vehicle on ita, see- 'Court, George Y. Core, effective as mend construction of a draw span
ond overturn. He *as pronounced of August 31. at this time.
dead on arrival at the Municipal Other items receiving cuts in the
Hospital. tentative budget from the "work Other Business
sheet" budget were: County Health Doctor Willadean
Travel and per diem, from $1,- Lowery requested and was grant-
irsGraders Should 500 to $1,000.00. ed a 10month leave to ain further
F irstGradersShould 0 .00 to sz,ooo.00.
0 to $1 ln ria,00.0. f study. She 'also presented a report
gs f IElections and registration from f'om the State Board of Health
Register for School $3,665.00 to $3,000.00. statat Board ot Health
County Service Office Salary stating that water pollution in St.
First 'graders who have not reg- from $2,746.00 to $2,446.00. oseph Bay andtter" theanGulf County
istered for entrance to the High- Publicity, from $500.00 to $250.00. nalst. was better" than in yea
land View School during, the com- Historical Commision from $500 pMrs. etty Owens turned in a
ing term .should do so before the to $250.00. bill for retroactive salary due from
first day of school, according to the All of these items were in the June 1, 1961 in her capacity as sec-
principal, Howard BHck. They General Fund. retaryto theCrpuitJudgeinthe
should also have 'a physical exam- The only other item cut from rotary to the $. lt JdgeNo action tas
nation before. entering school. No 'the "work sheet;' totals was the taken on tlnis request.
hil .will ,be ,I'wed ,o 'begin money received by the cities of A T presented a ght of
,school on the first d wthoay ort t. Jo and hthka or a road in .the Jones Home-
tifat registering and-dbtaining the their share 'of 'taxes collected to stead area. The County accepted-
,physical. finance the Road 'and Bridge Fund. the deed.
1 All children not in the Highland. This was reduced from $10,000.00 A plat for Port St. Joe Estates,
View school last year that plan to to $9,651.00. Unit 1 on St. Joseph's Point was
enter on August 29 should plan Overstreet Bridge presented and accepted by the
to register before that date. No The Board received a letter from Board.
children will be registered on the District Road Board member, Wil- Commissioner Kennedy brought
first day of school. ham T. M'ayo in reference to a up the matter of a resident in Oak
Elementary school age -children draw bridge over the Intracoastal Grove 'blocking 'an alleyway with
of Highland View and the beach Canal at Overstreet. 'personal effects and asked if this
area are to register at the school'. The County had requested a sur- could not be stpoped by 'the county.
vey from Mayo on the feasibility The attorney stated .that the sit-
and possibility of construction of nation could be alleviated as long
Jr. High Gridders a draw .span to replace the present as the objectionable material was
Floating bridge. on public property.
To Have PhysicalS Mayo informed the Board that *
he had requested the District En-
All boys in grades seven through gineer, George Dickinson of Chip- Ho P
nine, who plan to participate in ley to make an estimate 'of cost Committee
Junior High football'. Physical ex- and a feasibility survey for such R ,, rFu for
aminations will be given at the a bridge. The County had previous- RefUSeS Ur' u S for
Gulf County Health Clinic Tuesdayjly requested this information from
August 21 at 2:00 p.m. for the first Dickinson with an unfavorable re- Cross-State Canal
part. ply, which was the reason for the
The second part of the physical request of Mayo for a further opin-
,exdamnation will be given at six ion. WASHINGTON-The House ApI
o'clock Wednesday, August 22 at A subsequent letter arrived at propriations Committee Tuesday
the High School Gymnasium. All the office -of the Clerk yesterday, approved a public works appropria-
boys that plan to take part in the too late for Tuesday's meeting giv- tions bill providing $21 million for
Junior High program must have a ing the results of Dickinson's fur- Florida projects 'but denying plan.
physical examination and paretnal their study. ning funds for a start on the pro-
consent before he will 'be -allowed Mayo wrote the Board Wednes- posed $145 million Cross-Flori4a,
tc practice. :day that he had an unfavorable re- 'barge canal.
port (insofar as the county is con- Rep. Robert Sikes of Crestview,
Leave For Vacation cerned) from 'the District Engin- a member of the committee, made
Mrs. George 'Cooper has returned eer. Mayo's letter .stated that a a futile plea for restoration of the
from Thomasville, Georgia, where double leaf 2-lane draw 'span at canal money just before the mea-
.she was with her 'sister, Mrs. 'Clil- Overstreet would cost approximate- where a vote is expected today.
ford Maxwell, who underwent sur- ly $530,000.00. He also stated that No Further Effort
gery last Friday. a 'traffic 'count of the present float- In light of the committee action,
kiS-kqa rind f trih, fo Mrt would


Miss Sue Parker i

At Twirling School

Miss 'Sue Parker, Majorette in 3
the Port St. Joe High School Band,
has just completed a two week's -


Rev. and Mrs. Paul H. Harthern The Hartherns wish to express course in twirling at the Summer


are visiting their parents this
week. Paul pastors the Pinedael
Assembly of God Church in Clan-
ton, Alabama, and he also is the
car sales manager for the Shelton
Motors, Inc., in Clanton. Rev. and
Mrs. Roy A. Harthern and family
from West Palm Beach are also
here for a vacation. Roy has pas-
tored the Calvary Temple Assem-
bly of God Church for the last five
years in West Palm Beach. He was
a Lieutenant in the British Army
and spent some time with the
American Air Lift in Berlin.


their thanks to the members and
friends in the Oak Grove Assembly
of God Church, and to their many
friends in Port St. Joe, for the lov-
ing esteem, and many -expressions
of appreciation which have been
given to them during the last
three years, while they have pas-
tored the Oak Grove Church. They
have 'made their home on the Ibeach
and will be coming back to visit
from time to time.
Pastor and Mrs. Fred Hunt will
.commence their pastoral duties in
the Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church Sunday, September 2.


Music Camp of Florida State Uni-
versity. Placement of students is
made according to ability and Sue
was placed in the Super Advanced
,Class in each course offered. 'She
completed courses in Strutting,
Dancing with Baton, Dancing with-
out Baton, Solo Performing, Duet
Performing and Fire Baton Twirl-
ing. Miss Janice Freeman, The Gar-
net Girl, of Florida State Univer-
sity Marching Chiefs was instruc-
tor. Miss Freeman is Solo Twirler
with the college band.


.. Attends Twirling Camp


be made during floor debate there,
with th-e strategy now calling for
restoration in the Senate Approp-
riations C(ommittee, of which Sen.
Spesa.rd Holland is a member, and
a subsequent effort to hold the
item in the Senate-House confer-
e'nce to follow.
Holland promptly served notice
he would make every possible ef-
fort to .'i.ecure the Senate restora-
tion and follow through in confer-
ence.
The House committee action was
at. least a momentary rebuff to
Capitol Hill backers of the barge
canal and also to Florida Governor
Farris Bryant who had .made a per-
sonal plea for a $1 million planning
rillocatinn this year instead of the
$205,000) budgeted for the project.
In turning that down, the com-
mittee recommended that a new
authorization be required 'before
any money is spent on the canal.
Feasibility Questioned


ERNEST STOUTAMIRE
Minister of M Ic

Minister of Musni

At First Baptist

Ernest Stoutamire began ,his
work 'as Minister of Music at the
First Baptist Church here In Port
St. Joe, yesterday. He will serve
as full-time Minister of Music and
Youth. He will develop a graded
choir program that will begin with
the small children and go through
adults.
Mr. Stoutamire graduated from
the New Orleans Baptist iSeminary
earlier this month with a Master
'of 'Churhel Music degree. While in
New Orleans he also served as the
Minister of Music at 'the Northslde
fore going to New Orleans Seml-
Zaptibt Church, Lafayette- il, Be-.
nary, Mr. 'Stoutamire attended
Florida iState University and graadi
uated with a Bachelor of Music .De- \
gree in 1960. 'While at FSU he ser-


ved as Minister of Music at the
Seminole Baptiet Church in Talla-
hassee. "
The First Baptist Church giv-
ing a reception for Mr. Stoutamire
next Sunday, August 19 from 3:00
until 5:00 pjm. at the church. Ev-
eryone is invited to come 'by at
that time and meet Mr. Stoutamire
and welcome him to our town. He
will reside at 1302 Monument Ave.
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Two More Candidates
File For City 'Elections
TwO more candidates have ipad
their qualifying fee to seek elec-
tion In 'the upcoming city election.
A. E. "Ed" Johnson and E. F.
Qunn have 'both qualified for the
post of City Commissioner, Group
2. This position is now held 'by
John Robert Smith.
Candidates have until August 27
to qualify.


Saints Are Leading 'In
Gulf Coast League Play
Port St. Joe's entry In the Gulf
Coast League (adult 'baseball) is
still sailing along In first place
with a nine won and three lost re-
cord. Their closest competition Is
the Panama City Independents
close 'behind with an 8-4 record.
The Saints play Apalachicola
Friday night at 8:00 p.m. in the
oyster city.


Work Day At Cemetery
The Honeyville Methodist Church
is having a work day at Roberts
Cemetery, August 25 beginning at
8:00 a.m., EST. Everyone is urg-
ed to attend and bring work tools.
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Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Hill and chil-
dren left Monday for a vacation
trip in the Smokey Mountains.

mittee contended the feasibility of
the project was questionable, that
if constructed it would downgrade
justification of improvements to
the Intracoastal Waterway now
earmarked for $20 million, and that
canal 'benefits would 'be about 80
per cent to the state-only 20 per


In explaining its action, the com- cent for national benefit.


TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR


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THE STAR, P4rt St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1962


You Are Welcome To The
First United Pentecostal Church
10th St. NW. and Victoria Avenue Highland View, Florida
Rev. JAMES J. HILL, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:15 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
MID-WEEK SERVICE (Wednesday) -..-- 8:00 P.M.
YOUTH SERVICE (Friday) 8:00 P.M.
AIR-CONDITIONED CENTRAL HEAT


Registration Day for the

JACK and JILL KINDERGARTEN
Will be MONDAY, AUGUST 27 from 9:00 A.M.
Until 11:00 A.M.

School Opens Tuesday, September 4

MRS. DuBOSE
MRS. FOX


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Pullover and button-front
styles in cotton flannel,
chambray and gingham.

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Esquire
WOOL SOX
Classic ribbed style; in as-
sorted colors.

$1.00


SPORTS COAT
Suit detailing in jacket
styled of masculine "coun-
try" fabrics.
27.50 to 32.50

Dickies
SLIM SLACKS
Pleatless style; extension
waistband; side tabs.
5.95 to 6.95


MISS ANDREA MARTIN HONORED AT BRIDAL SHOWER
Miss Andrea Martin was honored presented her by the hostesses. ,bride of Billy Joe Griffin, Saturday,
with a bridal shower, Tuesday eva- Corsages were also presented to August 18, at seven-thirty p.m. in
ning. August 7, when Mrs. Durel the ibride-elect's mother, Mrs. A. P. the Long Avenue Baptist Church.
Martin, her maternal grandmother,
Brigman, Mrs. C. H. McKnight, Mrs. Belle Collier and her paternal and Mrs. Ashley Costin.
Miss Alma Faggett, Mrs. S. F. grandmother, Mrs. Willie Ola Up- October 27. Mrs. Pete Ivey and
Tarantino and Mrs. A. P. Jackson shaw. Mrs. Terry Hinote.
entertained for her in the Brigman The honoree was the recipient of November 3. Mrs. Russel Rust
home. many lovely gifts. Approximately and Mrs. Walter Duren.
'The party rooms were tastefully forty guests called during the ap- November 10. Mrs. Bill Whaley
decorated with arrangements of pointed hours. and Mrs. Edwin Peters.
yellow and white fiji mums in teh Miss Martin will become the November 17. Mrs. Roy Gibson
bridal motif. and Mrs. Will Ramsey.
The refreshment table overlaid Th*if l November 24. Mrs. Frank Han-
with a white out-work cloth held a rift Sh Op non and Mrs. J. R. Smith.
crystal ,punch bowl encircled with W or r The president asks 'that the shop
a garland of tiny yellow chrys-an- Lists Workers be left in order after each Satur-
themums. Brass candelabra holding day so that the pick-up and mark-
burning yellow tapers flanked the Listed below are the Thrift Shop l ing committee will not be 'over-


Rosa Ard Is Feted On Her Birthday


Monday evening was the happy
occasion of Rosa Ard's ninth birth-
day which was celebrated with a
weiner and marshmallow roast at
the home of her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Whittington.
Lively outdoor games -were play-
ed until almost dark, after which
refreshments of hot dogs, marsh-
,mallows and .lemonade were serv-
ed.
Serving -as hostesses with her


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mother, were Mrs. Dorothy Dorman
and Mary 'Cox.
Those attending were: Ricky
Ard, Lanell and Terry Chason, Har-
old Dorman, Jr., Alice Goff, Char-
lotte Graham, Allen Jarzynka, Su-
san Johnson, Debra and Doug Kel-
ly, Jan Peterson, LaSue Raffleld
and Elaine Rhames.




TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191
Mon. thru Thurs. __ 4:46 p.
Sun., Fri., Holidays 2:48 p.m.

THURSDAY FRIDAY
BLAZING WITH AN INFERNO
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NEW FALL MERCHANDISE ARRIVING DAILY!

WE INVITE YOU to make your selection early of nationally advertised lines that
await your selection. These and many more are found nowhere else in Port St. Joe.
MAKE US YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL HEADQUARTERS.


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Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
Wednesday, Thursday
ELVIS RINGS THE BELL
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bowl. Crystal plates of party cakes
and compotes of nuts 'and mints
completed the setting. Miss Bar-
bara Martin, sister 'of the bride.
elect, and Miss. Connie Jacksion
presided a't 'the table.
Miss Martin was lovely in 'a
sleeveless summer dress of white
arnel jersey with rounded neck and
pleated skirt. She wore a corsage


Highland View

WSCS Meets
Members of the Woman's Society
of Christian tService of the High-
land View Methodist Church met
at the church, Thursday night, Au-
gust 9 for their monthly business
meeting and program.
The meeting was called to order
by the president, Mrs. Dorothy
Burge, -and the minutes of the last
.meeting were read and approved.
The treasurer's report was given
and the pledge cards given out and
those present paid on their pledges.
Mrs. Mary Forehand, Mrs. Fran-
ces Shores, Mrs. Ima Jo Marshall
were appointed as a committee to
help Mrs. Mary Weeks with th3
spiritual life work.
During the business meeting the
Society decided to have a "White
Elephant Sale" 'and to sell -Christ-
mas 'Cards as a project to .raise
money for the Society.
After the business meeting, a
program entitled, "Making a Living
Witnesss, was presented in hte
form of tableaux-silent, living pic-
tures-with Mrs. Frances Shores
as narartor.
Mrs. Joyce Young, program chair-
man and Mrs. Mary Weeks, spirit-
ual life secretary were in charge of
the program. The scripture was
taken from 1 John 3:14-18.
Mrs. Weeks dismissed the group
with prayer .and refreshments were
served in the social room of the
church.


works for the months of 'Septem-
ber, October *and November.
The Thrift Shop is operated by
the Hospital Auxiliary every Sat-
urday. It is located next door to
the Williams Boarding House on
Reid Avenue.
September 1. Mrs. R. H. McIn-
tosh -and Mrs. Tommy Hutchins.
-September 8. Mrs. Tom Coldewey
and Mrs. Jack Mahon.
September 15. Mrs. Robert Fox
and Mrs. Paul Fensom.
September 22. Mrs. Calvin Floyd
and Mrs. Henry Campbell.
September 29. Mrs. Cecil Curry
and Mrs. Bob Freeman.
October 6. Mrs. Wayne Hendrix
and Mrs. Dillon Smith.
October 13. Mrs. Lamar Hardy
and Mrs. Walter Hawkins.


worked.


Long Avenue WMU
Circles Schedule Meetings
The WMU of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church announces the fol-
lowing meeting places next week:
Circle 1, Tuseday, 9:30 a.m.,
with Mrs. Wayne Hendrix, 505 16thl
Street.
Circle 2, Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., with
Mrs. John Dickey, 1317 Marvin Ave.
Circle 3, Tuesday, 3:00 p.m. with
Mrs. H. Y. Zipperer at 224 6th St.
Circles 4 and 5, Tuesday, 7:30
p.m. with Mrs. Tim Boone, 2009
Long Avenue.
Circle 6, Monday night at the
church.
Cicrle 7: Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. at
the home of Mrs. H. F. Hal at St.


October 20. Mrs. Percy Fleishel 'Joe Beach.


Highland View Methodist Church
REV. ROBERT LEEDS, Pastor


BACK-JO SCHOOL



... and Continuing Our Gigantic PUBLIC SALE Buys!


LADIES SKIRTS
Sensational values up to $4.00

$1.22
Sizes 22 to 44


Nylons
First quality, seamless. .
Seams and porportioned
lengths.


49c
Sizes 8% to 11


BLOUSES

Values up to $3.00

$1.22


LADIES SHOES


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$1.99


Values to $4.00. Famous names. Over 1400 pairs to
select from


LADIES and CHILDREN'S


DRESSES $2.99
"These are the best sellers from America's foremost makers"


The PIXIE SHOP

nue Next to the Port Theatre


Sunday School 9:45
Worship Service 11:00
Evening Worship 8:00
Mid-Week Prayer (Wednesday) .-....---. 8:00


Everyone Is Cordially Welcome To Attend Our Services


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

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP ...... 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ......-......------. 6:45 p.m.=
EVENING WORSHIP .......... 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .-...... 7:30 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


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LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR
L ast week I walked into a local
s storeto look for a gift for a little
1tit-l friend. I walked over to the
Sibookstaidand then is when I re-


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SO l
SUMMER
&RESSES


ceived the shock of my life! Such
titles as "The Earth" 'and "Primi-
tive Man" caught my eye. They
looked like nice story books with
easy reading.
I opened them and quickly scan-
ned a few pages. Then is when the
real shock came! Those books
were full of the terrible teachings
of evolution. Charts were drawn ot


PUT YOUR


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SIN OUR HANDS

Jusf as your doctor and dentist
S eeps. a chart of your health and
Teeth, we keep a Service Record
of your car ... showing when
Search. service is rendered, and
'*hen it will be needed again.
S We- match the extra quality of
' our STANDARD OIm products with
the extra service we give our
customers. Take the guesswork
out of your car's upkeep by en-
trusting its care to us. You'll be
glad you did.


We
keep a

CHART
of your
needs


Port St. Joe, Florida


All Jantzen, Jeanies
and Bobbie Brooks
Summer
SPORTSWEAR

V2 PRICE


Ladies Summer

BL 0 USES

/2 'Price


All Summer
DR ESSES
1/2 PRICE


All Ladies
Summer Shoes

'A PRICE


Ladies and Girls

SWIM SUITS

/2 PRICE


F 1
Girls
Shorts
Summer Blouses
and
I Sports Wear

S/ Price


FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK
IF YOU 60 F/5/-N"6 0 R'IPING
,__, //V B 04 B T ^


PRESERVERS
MEAN JUST THAT!
THEY CAN SAVE YOUR /-/IF
OR ACCIDENTT //INV HE


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help 'the child see just how he or
she had evolved from an animal.
God's name 'was left out. How
would this affect the life of my
little 'girl friend? She knows her
Creator and Saviour- Her faith
might ,be damaged or frustrated.
How does such 'teachings affect
the behaviour of today's children


and teen-agers? Cooled this tbe
ly the reason for so much j'uv
idelinquecdey? When children
taught that they evolved from
mals, is it any wonder that
try to live like them? How
derful it is for them to know
truth-that we are made in G
own image. Even though we h


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GIRL'S SHORTS
LADIES' SHORTS
Ladies 'Summer
PEDAL PUSHERS
Girl's Summer
PEDAL PUSHERS
1 LOT LADIES SLIPS
1 LOT LADIES SHOES
Ladies and Girl's
SUMMER HAND BAGS
1 LOT LADIES BRAS


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2 OFF
OFF
1/2 OFF
OFF
2 OFF
$2.98
OFF
OFF


1 LOT LADIES HOSE /2 OFF
One Lot
MEN'S SWIM SUITS $1.98
Men's
WALKING SHORTS V OFF
Men's
SWIM SUITS 13 OFF
Reg. $5.98
DICKIES BLADES now $3.98
ALL DRAPES PRICE
One Lot
SMALL BOYS SHOES pr. $1.50
Chambray
SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS 99c
Men's HANDKERCHIEFS doz. 99c
Men's KNIT SHIRTS V OFF
Men's SHORTY PAJAMAS ----. OFF
ALL LUGGAGE V OFF
1 RACK INFANTS SUITS --- 1/2 PRICE
1 LOT JARMAN SHOES ------pr. $6.98
1 LOT FLORSHEIM SHOES --- pr. $12.50
YARD GOODS CLEARANCE!
Reg. $1.19 yard NOW 89c
Reg. $1.59 yard NOW 98c
Reg. 89c yard NOW 69c

ALL SALE ITEMS CASH and
FINAL!


All Boys Short Sleeve

Sport Shirts


Reg.
$198

$298


NOW

-.- $1.29

-. $1.98


All Men's and Boys

SUITS and

Sport Coats

'/2 PRICE


Shop Costin's for Back-To-School


Men's
Dress.Slacks
and
Sport Shirts
V3 OFF


Men's Champ
Straw Hats

/2 Price


LSTANDARD1
OILOL_


Marvin's Standard Service Station


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1962
1 _- -

WA'tER Say You Saw It In The Star -
.AFT Alm
SF- ETYE Oak Grove Assembly of God Church

EACH CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor
/I V E/V SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 am.
50V YOU7 MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
jO/qT CHRISTIAN CADETS 6:15 p.m.
H-, A4 / /F- EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:30 p.m.
'OPREERVEg!R Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) .......... 7:30 p.m.
(I S. COAST G6/RARZ
SPPROVEZ2 TYPES -
ARE RECOMEAIWPED
You A. e Cordially Invited To Attend

SLong Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 asm.
Se O 7"R oueS(1 3 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -..-...........-... 6:45 p.m.
S/ EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .-...... 7:30 p.m.

Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air CondtiToned Centrally Heated
part- fallen we can be restored to himVISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
enile by trusting His Son as our Say- ITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
lare iour.
ani- It is true 'that "an idle .mind is
they the Devil's workshop." This is tra-
wotn gic. Isn't it just as tragic to hae ve
Sa 'seeking mind finding only false-
od's hood and error which lears to fi- G' DO
have .al destruction?'RADIO
We, as adults, would do well to RADIO and TV REPAIR
pre-read our children's 'story books
and literature of all kinds before FOR FAST DEPENDABLE SERVICE GIVE US
allowing them to fill their minds
with falsehood and error. A TRY Your Satisfaction Is Our Business
These books and others are pub-
lished by Wonder Books, Inc.
Mary Celle Cox WE WILL MEET OR BEAT ANY PRICE IN TOWN
105 2nd St., Highland View
Port 'St. Joe, Florida SERVICE CALLS $3.00

Vst* esPhone 7-3251 or 7-3911
Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Carden and
sons, Byron and George of Hart- DAY or NIGHT
sell, Ala., returned home Thurs- o 73
day a terv vacationing in, Tallahas- 317 REID AVENUE
1 seeand Port St.Joe. Rev. Carden (Next Door To Telegraph Office)
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. I.
M Carden of 510 Sixth 'Street.


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Prices Good Through Saturday, August 18


Quantity Rights
Reserved


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


DUBUQUE'S FINEST
"It's Been Smoked"
"It's Boneless"
"It's Fully Cooked"

PICNICS


$1.89


Delicious Fried Chicken White Meat
r Dark We Have Both!
FLARIDA GRADE "A"
FRYERS PI. 1


BREAST
QUARTERS


HENDERSON'S or DOMINO


SUGI


BAKERITE 3 LB. CAN
SHORTENING 4k

OAK HILL

TOMATOES


m0


I


DUBUQUE'S FINEST
HEAVY WESTERN GRAIN FED BEEF

STEAKS


SIRLOIN


T-BONE


GOOD TENDER BEEF

Minute Steaks 9'Each


COPELTTANDl'S RANGER


$1.49 Slab BACON


lb. 39c


FREE! 405 EXTRA


GrandjPrize Stamps
With Coupons In Thursday's
Panami City News-Herald


FOLGER'S MOUNTAIN GROWN (Limit 1 With Order)


COFFEE


Whe
303 PE
Can


BAMAYONNISE

MAYONNAISE


Lb.
Can 59c


eatley -
CAN PIES box of 12 490


P int2
Jar 23c


BLUE DETERGENT


CHEER

FROZEN SPECIALS
SWISS .MISS APPLE, PEACH, CHERRY




SWIONSBEF, TUKYo


SWANSON'S BEEF, TURKEY or
CHICKEN


PIES
SWANSON ALL FLAVORS


DINNERS


Large
Box & 'p


Pillsbury
FLOUR


5 b. 49


FRESH VEGETABLE SPECIALS
SEEDLESS WHITE


GRAPES


2 LBS.


29c


HONEYDEW


EACH


MELOAS
COBBLER

POTATOES
U. S. NO. 1 FRESH

SQUASH


10 BS.


LB.


39c


39c


10c


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1962

SCIENCE FA"TAND FABIDI


NINETEENWT CNt4'URY
SAILORS EMBARKING ON A
SHIP'S MAIDEN VOYAGE
ALWAYS STEPPED ON THE
RIGHT FOOT WHEN rHEY
WALKED UP THe GANGPLANK.
THE RIGHT SIDE WAS
BE1LIEVEDTO Bo PREK
PROM FBARS OR DANIUR.


TODAYS MODERN TRAVf.LEft CAVM
00 WITHOUT IcCe BMlS AND STfIU.
*8 FREE OF MOTION SICKNESS
WbI5ThER IT Be ON APLANII SHIP,
GAR OVRTRAIN.SCIGEW~fas4'AVl
DBV8LQPRWD SONAPOTTES~W14CH
PIOVWB UPT02 HOUR-PqrfvC~inQ
A*AI'4ST TRAVEL SICKN1SS.


BOWLING ~

NEWS (


By MAXINE JENSEN
Bowling between the St. Joe
Stevedores -and Nedley's was.fpost-
poned Monday night to be played
at a later date. We wish [both teams
good luck!
On -alleys three and four the St.
Joe Bowling Lan-es took all four
points from Jensen's "5". 'Tlheyb wn
total :pin count by 367 pins. Joe
Whaley, Arnold and Davis had -a
fine series of 561, 535 and 504 re-
spectively for the Bowling ILnes.
For Jensen's "5" Jensen rolled a
431 series and Dave Jones had -a
404 series. Jensen would like to
take this opportunity to '0congratu-
late the Bowling Lanes for the ex-
cellent games bowled, 'and to ,apolo-
gise for not having given more
competition for such fine bowling.


Alleys five and six saw Some
competition for 'such fin,, Ibowling.
Alleys five and six saw some
competition, however, with the
Paper Mill and Phillip' i 66" shar-
ing -two points apiece. The "Gas.
sers" started things by taking the
first two games then losing the'
third game and ,total pin, count.
For Philitp's "66", .Amierson rol-
-led a big 513 series. Munn followedd
with a 463 aeries, 'and Winten Fer-
roll was close witt -'5 series.
Leading for the Paper Mill was
Miss. rolling a 532 serje., then Bill
Whaley, still going* strong with a
505 series and Sonny Counta hav-
ing a. 494 serieO.aiAthe evening.
This is the actro 'r thisrweek.
Hope things start looking Ibetter
for ;my favorite- team in .the three
weeks remaining.


Only Sunbeam Br ad

is Batter Whipped!


This Tenderness Test Proves it!
Batter Whipped Sunbeam tears
smoothly, evenly. It's tender (even the
crust!)*because Sunbeam is mixed in
small batches at high speed, for smooth
texture that locks in fresh flavor!
Try the Tenderness Test today! Get
Batter Whipped Sunbeam Bread at your
favorite grocer's!
Flowers Baking Co., Inc., Thomasvllle, Ga., 1 allahamse, PF.i


* ..


LEG QUARTERS ,V


4Lb.
Pkg.


Lb.

&all


Penny
DOG FOOD


12 cans 93G


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IA PIAflor-.SELF-RISING

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IAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT

COFFEE
GA GRA EFRUTIT

JUICE
[GA: SOLID PACK

Tomatoes


3 LB.
CAN


59c


P E CT PARTNERS


22 OZ. 39
BOTTLE c


10 LB.
BAG


89c


37c


FACTORY PACK

SUG AR
5 Lb. QQ
Pkg. 39.
Please Limit 1 with $5.00 :or'
More Food Order


60 Z.
JAR

46 OZ.
CAN


5 303


79c


19c


pkg.


25c


WH AT
TABLE RITE
M E A NS
TO YOU
-TABLERITE Beef i isi*
~Grade. skilc'ly *ql'c;r
r by hig ly' peci.Ji-r-d I
beef l j',u.. *nv
"U.S. Cl'c-trmea: in
do). 71 i;-.in aw.-r ',
the fl.-Yor arM fendert.
the! id-' u I e.a
.Ity Ta~iv'-j t% !3


$1.00


IGA BRAND
I CE


59c
' HAL^POUND







29c
12 Oz. PKG.



S LARGE


2 CANS
25c


DEL MONTE
PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT


oin Ste0k
n Ste.


46 Oz.
Cans


DEL MONTE
PINEAPPLE-ORANGE


29 Oz.
4 9


TABLERITE
ROUND STEAK
TABLERITE
T- B 0 NE STEAK
TABLERITE
RUMP ROAST
TABLERITE LEAN
GR 0 UND BEEF


lb. 79c

lb. 98c

lb. 69c

31bs. $1.29


LIPTON
TEA
43c
4 Oz. PKG.


r~i


PER POUND


LIPTON TEA
B'AG-S
5c
Alli, **'
PiSVW


FROSTY MORN '
FRANKFURT ERllS 3 pkgs. $1.00


IGA VARIETY
JUST ARRIVED!
LAUREL

Greeting Cards
Assortde GET WELL, BIRTHDAY, SYMPATHY,
PARTY INVITATION and THANK YOU NOTES
Aso VARIETY of GIFT WRAPPING SUPPLIES
4 BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL (Sizes 4 to 12)
GiR COTTON SLIPS ----- 2 for $1.49
-7 -

ALL FLAVORS IGA

IC E MILK

2 Gal. c


IGA PURE FROZEN
ORANGE JUICE
6 60z.
Cans 9c

IGA FROZEN PAN READY
FISH STICKS
8 OZ.
PKG. 9c


Delsey
TOILET TISSUE
Cairo Beauty
PEANUT BUTTER
Prairie Belt
OIL SAUSAGE
Liquid
TREND
Regular Size
PROT. SOAP
O'Cello 1-6 Sizes
SPONGES
Blue Ribbon Box of 80
PAPER NAPKINS


Kfeenex
2 rolls 23c FACIAL TISSUE


Dry Det event
2 caik 59c TRt ND
Toilet Soap
3 bars 29c SWEETHEART
Ac Aluninun
2 for 25c *1AU
Kleenex Paper
2 boxes 27c PAPER TOWELS


Fkvf 400 f9e


,303-can ihc
Y'ataA .- hec
4burs l6c
iif~ii 3k
2 rol pkg,- Ac


Potatoes
(NO. 1 ROUND WHITE)


10


IGA TABLERITE
CHEESE SPREAD
IPILLSBURY CHOCOLATE
CHIP COOKIES


2 Ib. box

package


69c

45c


LBS.


NO. 1 TEXAS
CARROTS
VINE RIPE
T 0 MAT 0 ES


39c

lb. bag 10c

2 lbs. 29c


J lic e,


DrinHk3
0

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32 oz.jar 32c
no.5 can $1.15


La Choy Chow Mein
NOODLES















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with !

PLAID STAMPS











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."Super-Right" Wsetern Beef

'Short Ribs

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i Extra
Plaid Stamps
With coupon and purch -of
I 16 oz. can "Deen Gloss"


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IALITY


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PURE SHORTENIWr '

Bake-Rite

JANE PARKER ICED SPANISH

Bar Cake

ALL FLAVORS MARVEL BRAND


ICE MILK

SWANSDOWN LEMON FLAKE, YELL

Cake Mix(
Silverbrook Print Swanson's Fr
BUTTER lb. 69c TV DINNE
A&P Shortening A&P's All Pu
DEXO 3 lb. can 67c DEXOLA


VEL
Air Purifier
FLORIENT
Facial' Tissue


reg. 33c
79C


KLEENEX, 200'! 15c
Pepsodent
Tooth Pastes :gt. 530
Birdseye Froan Baby
Butter Beans 23c
Del Monte Who le .
BEETS 19c
Hunt's Tomato--15 OZ.
SAUCE 2 for 39c


DASH, 10c
Detergent
Vel Liquid
Wax Paper
CUT-RITE
Aluminum Wr
REYNOLD;
Lustre Cream
SHAMPOO
Gaines
DOG MEA]
Fleischminanns
MARGARI


Doles Pineapple
L 2 lb. 35c JUICE 46 oz. 33c
Corn Oil Heinz Tomato See your local authC
NE lb. 39c CATSUP 20 oz. 39c
Prices in this ad are effective through FLOYD CHEVR(
Saturday, August 18
510 FIFTH STREET 401 WILLIAMS AVENUE


U__ __ U.


I HE STAR, Por-t St. Joe, Florida
sides at 421 Cove Boulevard.
In announcing Miss Nix's ap-
pointinen', Dr. Morley stated that
"Gulf Coast Junior College is very
proud to add the name of Miss Nix
to the faculty." He added that Miss
Nix would greatly strengthen the
student personnel services at the
college.


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MILD AND MELLOW 9 TAK F-

EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE
BEFORE 1900, PARALYTIC
POLIO WAS RARELY
REPORTED IN THr U.S.,
BUT IN THE FtVE PECADES
THAT FOLLOWED, THE
DISEASE TOOK A FRIGHTFUL
LL'-" -. BA- L-. B er TOLL. IN 1955, THE
1-LB. BAG 3-LB. BAG A IrNRooucIONR orTe4
SALK VACCINE aBROUQHT
AN ABRUPT CHANGE
IN TNw PICTURE.


9 $ -- THSE SUCCESS OF THE
SALK VACCINE HAS BEEN
QUICK FROZEN UNCOOKED SPECTACULAR, AND THE
NEW LIVE VIRUS POLIO
VACCINE, DEVELOPED
BY DR. ALBERT B. SASIN,
OFFERS STILL ANOTHER
STEP TOWARD TH \
CL 4j L,^ I UL. rlIATIB. COAL OF
eRADiCATINCT POLIO. ,
LB. 59c


WESTERN BEEF CUBED V VACCINE ,ADMINSTER o
OWITH DISTILLED WATSR
FROM A DROPPER, SPOON,
OR PAPER CUP TO INFANTS
AND SMALL CHILDREN.
^ ADULTS DRINK IT OUT
OF A CUP. TH 714 V B|
VACGINS CAN QIVE
1 It~MMUN/TY IN ABOUT
ON B weaIK |



Former Port St. Joe Teacher Named
b. To Gulf Coast Junior College Faculty
Miss Catherine Nix, guidance from Georgia State College for Wo-
worker at Jinks Junior High iSchool men in Milledgeville, Ga. She is
the past seven years, recently was now in the process of earning her
named Dean of Women and Coor- master's degree in guidance and
dinator of Student Actvltes at counseling at Florida State Uni-
Gulf Coast Junior College. versity
Miss Nix, whose appointment was .
Approved recently tby the Bay Through summer work done pre-
County School Board, will assume viously at the University, Miss Nix
~B her new duties on August 16, ac- had taken enough courses in gui-
Scording to Dr. Richard Morley, dance and counseling to be certi-
Gulf Coast president. fied by the State Department of
The new Dean of Women at Gulf Education in that field -while at
Coast will succeel Mrs. Mary Mra- Jinks Junior High.
Stin, who recently resigned that po- A full year of professional leave
-sition -to return to her home state was awarded Miss Nix in 1954 for
'of Georgia. the purpose of research activity by
A native of Bldorendo, Ga., Miss the Ford Foundation Fellowship.
S Nix has more than 20 years of A member of both the Bay Coun-
S"A JEW xt teaching and guidance experience. ty Educational Association and the
-. Before joining the Jinks Junior Florida Education Association, Miss
P ik d St s \ High faculty in 1955, she had work- Nix also is a member of the North-
With coupon and purchase of ed at West Bainbridge High iSchool west Florida Guidance Asscoiation
IV2 gal. can Bright Sail in West Bainbrldge, Ga., and at and the American Personnel and
FLOOR WAX ea. $1.15 Port -St. Joe High School in Port Guidance Association.
SW ea.t. Joe. Miss Nix is an active participant
J-8-18 Miss Nix holds her B. S. Degree in civic -affairs and a member of
Coupon good through Aug. 18 in English, history and sociology the 'Cove Baptist Church. ;She re-



SPla sau ou
SWith coupon and purchase of I" 9
S 7 oz. Can Adorn i11 rin about
HAIR SPRAY ea. $1.50
Coupon good through Aug. 18 If all trucks were built the same way,
S oupongoodhroughAug 18 cost the same to keep up, were worth the
same at trade-in then probably th6
SPECIAL! price tag woulH be your only concern.
It can't be, of course, because some trucks
3 have more quality than others. And marks
Le bof qualii.y arc the real keys to low cost.
Can 5 c Chevr-ol-' trucks, for example, have
'' double-wui construction, which gives
A bodies an'. ce' more strength. Cabs are
SPECIAL! insulated :.; ... heat, cold and noise. A
R ,, o9 big part o0 ... shock, which shortens
Reg. 19 Oz. e truck life, i' d -rped out by Chevrolet's
35 Loaf 2 9 c suspension sy' mn; it also makes riding
in the truck a pleasure. Pickup bodies
and cabs are separated to eliminate stress
SPECIALT between them.
6.' 39c CHE

Quality trucks all
LOW, WHITE SPECIAL!


s pkgs. $1
ozen Cleaner
ES 59c LESTOIL pt. 37c A '. .
rpose Oil Nabisco Vanilla
gal. $1.99 WAFERS 12 oz. 29c ...
Cleanser ."--" r
off 69c AJAX, 5c off reg. 28c
Reg. Bara Oashmere "' .
12 oz. 31c BOUQUET 10e .-- -.....
Bath Bars Cashmere g .. .
125 ft. 29c BOUQUET 2 for 29c
rap Reg. Bars
S 125 ft. 33c PALMOLIVE 1O0
- Bath Bars i ,,,,,;' .T,,rn FI: :J F',:u up
7 oz. $1.00 PALMOLIVE 2 for 29c


HARDEN'I

DAIRY %
"Gulf County's Only
Phone 639-4383


Producing Dairy"
Wewahitchbk, Florida


should think about


;to bug a truck:


Value such as this has' induced more
people to invest in Chevrolet trucks every
year since 1937.
This can be a good time to buy
a modern new Chevrolet truck
Late summer traditionally is the season
for all-around savings on a new Chev-
rolet truck selection is still good. ;.
deliveries are prompt and Chevrolet
dealers are doubly anxious to put you
into a new vehicle in order to make way
for next year's models. Coupled with the
.efficient performance a new. Chevrolet
truck will give you, it seems evident that
you couldn't buy at a better time.
Come in and take full advantage of it!


TROLET TRUCKS
wiays cost less!
..... ...


prized Chevrolet dealer


)LET COMPANY
PHONE 227-221


W W Y y


THURSDAY, AUGUST 1(
CARD"OF THANKS
We 'wl.sh. to thank all o o
many friends and neighbors wi
were so -kind and thoughff, di
ing the recent death of (& so
Billy Fred Parrish. We sincere
appreciate the acts of kindness e
acted in our behalf during this ha
of trial. May God bless each 9a
every one of you.
Mr. and Mrs. George Parrish,
BOO8 T PORT *T. JOl


IT'S GOT TO BE GOOD
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
99SITar


Im sow" W-.


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TNITtR, Port~&tJoe,l Florda THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1962
IN FIRST YEAR OF OPERATION


Scout Camp Serves Record umber


Spanish Trail Scout Reservation,
near DeFuniak Springs, will have
served a record number of camp-
ers as the 1962 summer season
comes to a close August 4, Loren
Loomis, Scout Executive of the
Gulf Coast Council, announced.
Approximately 1400 boys and
127 troop leaders, eager for the
"life in the wods", have trecked to
the oak-pine covered hills just
north of Eglin Reservation. For
some eight weeks, Scouts from
eleven counties in northwest Flor-
ida and south Alabama have .en-
joyed all' types of outdoor activi-
ties designed to strengthen ''body
and spirit" .and develop self-re-
liance.
All Scouts, leaders and staff live
in tents. 'Scouts go under direction
of their own leadership and each
troop 'has its -own campsite or wil-
derness community which it must
live in 'and maintain for the per-
iod..-
Nationally trained 'water front
directors and aquatics staff work
with every Scout in improving his
swimming, .boating, and canoeing
abilities. Nearly all boys who come
to camp learn how to swim if they
haven't already learned. Advanced
courses in life saving are offered.
In 'keeping with National empha-
sis on physical fitness, a new
badge for those boys swimming one
mile or more was offered. Accom-
plishment of this difficult test
challenged every 'boy in camp and
neaTly 300 won the coveted "mile
swim!" award.
The camp is directed by Everett
H. Smith, District Scout Executive
of Valparaiso, and a thirty member
staff, most of whom are eagle
scouts and a minimum of 15 years
of age. '
A complete National .Rifle As-
sociation program of gun safety
and marksmanship was offered un-
der the direction of Louis Leiten-
,brger, of Pensacola, N. R. A. in-
structor. A new ten-point rifle
range completed this past spring
made this possible.
An itnensive program of conser-
ration and nature activities was
offered by staff members and in-
agkuotors froim -various conservation
agencies. Several nature trails
.have been Aet up. Many projects in
soil conservation and wildlife man-
agement were done.
Hundreds ,of parents visited the
canp and saw ceremonial camp-
tires and dined with the boys on
'Sunday and: Thursday evenings.
Spanish Trail Scout Reservation
was built with funds raised 'by the
Q.glf Coast council in 'the Boy Scout
Development Fund 4 a mpaign.
'Sirty acre lake Alaqua, 12 camp-


Canoeing, rowing, and swimming on at camp. Nine canoes, six rowboats and
the waters of 30 acre Lake Alaqua are one sailboat make up a fleet of small craft
favorite pastimes for hundreds of Scouts used for training, fun and instruction.


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THE STAR. Pcrt St. Joe, Florida -
THURSDAYGardeninAUGUST 16, 1962
Gardening In Florida


Dedicated to
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Our Rexall Pharmacist.-
a good man to see whon
you have a prescription
places all the modern sciF
know-how of his professic
your service every time he ,
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And he keeps up-to-date on all
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By HERVEY SHARPE Fla

Plants are like people-they like
a vacation.
Ornamentals can't go to the
beach or to the mountains, so they
are content to sit at home quietly
while you are away. They enjoy a
vacation from over-care.
Plants need rest after being tor-
tured with the sheers, roots chop-
ped on or 'burned with strong fer-
tilizers, or soaked with foul smell-
ing spray that curls their leaves
almost as badly as a home perm-
anent hair-wave solution.
Usually, if a dog doesn't have a
few fleas to scratch he isn't happy.
This might be the case of plants.
So, let a few harmless inselets-
like ants-climb your ornamentals
because plants seem to look more
natural with a few insects on their
branches.
After you have made a resolution
not 'to kill your plants with care,
make an inspection of the garden..
Some of the plants may have
taken on a new look while you
were away on vacation. Most -of
them will look 'better after a rest,
but a few may be ailing.
Be alert to an ailment of hibis-
cus. It is known as "black splash".
Symptoms are elongatel black


der the State Law, and who have
been residents of the City of Port
St. Joe for six months and who
are twenty-one years of age are
eligible for registration.
J. B. WILLIAMS 4t-8-9
City Auditor and Clerk


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Sunday School ____-- 10:00 A.M.
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Evening Worship -- 7:45 P.M.
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Rev. Joel S. McGraw, Pastor
Comfortably Air-Conditloned

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Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister

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Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
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spots on young stems and irregu-
lar spots on the leaves. Lower
leaves are usually affected first.
Later the leaves turn yellow and
fall. Some areas of the fallen leaves
remain, -green.
Other symptoms include bark
sloughing from the plant and roots,
death of the new shoots, decline
and death to the plant.
Plant pathologists with the Agri-
cultural Experiment Stations, have
been unable to 'discover the cause
of the disease. They think that
black splash -could be caused by
poor nutrition, water-logged soil,
or heavy infestation of root-knot
nematodes.
Until the cause of black splash
is known, try pruning out the ail-
ing wood and improving the grow-
ing conditions.
The next three months .are the
best for planting choice annuals
in most sections -of Florida.
'Start by spading or plowing the
land three or four weeks 'before
planting time. Rework the soil to
secure a fine, firm seedbed. At
last 10 days before planting, work
in the fertilizer. The 'amount 'and
kind will depend on the soil. On
sandy soil try up to four pounds
of a.good garden fertilizer per 100
square feet of soil.
Manures are excellent for gar-
dens but are not a complete ferti-
-lizer. The best buy for your money
is a fertilizer that contains nitro-
gen phosphorus, potassium oand a
number of minor plant food 'ele-
ments.
If you do use manure on the gar-
den this fall, be sure to add about
2V2 pounds of superphosphate to
each 25 pounds of manure and
'work this into each 100 square fete
of -garden area.
Here -are some of the manuals that
can be planted from now until Oc-
tober. The list includes alysum,
balby'j ibeath, blue-eyald Africlan
daisy, browallia, butterfly flower,
calendula, callopsis, c an Idytuft,
cape-marigold carnation, 'Chinese
forget-me-not, corn-flowers, Flora's
paintbrush, painted-tongue, pansy,
phlox, pink snapdragon, statice,
stock and verbena.
If camellia seeds are ripe they
can ibe planted in flower pots or
flats--or in the open if they are
protected from rodents. Nick the
seeds with a file to hasten 'germin-
ation, because it takes a consider-
able time for moisture to penetrate
the hard seed 'coat. Camellia seed-
lings make excellentt stocks for
grafting those choice varieties you
like.
Trim hibiscus if they are getting
straggly. Trimming t h e leggy
branches forces new growth and
stimulates flower production. But
-don't trim azaleas or camellias un-
til after flowering next spring.


IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE,
In Re: Estate of
,SAMUEL BLAIR SHUFORD,
,deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Samuel Blair Shuford, ,deceased,
are hereby notified and required to
file 'any claims or demands which
t'bey may have 'against said estate
in 'the office of the -County Judge
of Gulf 'County, Florida, in the
Courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor-
ida, witihn isix (6) calendar months
from the date 'of 'the first publica-
tion -of this notice. Each cliam or
demand must be in writing and
must state the place or residence
and post-office address of the clai-
mant and must be sworn .to by the
claimant, his agent, or his attorney,
or it will become void according to
law.
/s/ LOIS HILL SHUFORD
Administratrix 'of the Estate
of Samuel Blair Shuford,
deceased.
SILAS R. STONE 4t-8-9
Attorney for Administratrix
August 9, 1962

REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS
FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION
The City Registration 'books will
open at 9:00 A.'M., Wednesday, Au-
gust 22, 1962 at the office of the
City Clerk at the City Hall. Those
wishing to register as voters for
the Municipal Election primary to
be held on September 11, 1962 may
register between the hours of 9:00
A.M. and 12:00 Noon, and from 2:00
P.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday through
Friday and from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00
Noon on Saturday, beginning Au-
gust 22, and continuing through
5:00 o'clock P.M., Friday, August
31, 1962, at which time the regis-
tration books will close. All persons
who have registered as electors in'
the City of Port iSt. Joe since Feb-
ruary 4, 1959 are not required to
re-register. Citizens of the United
States who are qualified voters un-





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FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 1301
ment for couple only. 1621 Monu- Woodward Ave. FHA approved.
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641. Low down payment Phone 227-
3751. tfc-6-28


FOR RENT: 1 bedroom house, 9th
St. 2-bedroom beach cottage. All
furnished. Apply at Smith's Phar-
macy. tfc-7-19

FOR RENT: 2-bedroom house on
St. Joe Beach waterfront Just
redecorated. Very nice. Phone 648-
3472. to-8-9
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house, liv-
ing room, dining room, TV room,
utility room, carport, unfurnished.
At Dixie Belle Motel. C. W. Long,
Phone 227-4686.
FOR SALE: 18-ft. Century :boat
with 115 hp. Chris Craft engine.
Newly rebuilt. $450.00 or will trade
for outboard rig. 211 10th St. Ph.
227-4871. Itp

FOR SALE: Two bedroom house,
1304 Palm Blvd. Furnished or un-
furnished. Sell equity and assume
VA loan. Monthly payments of $61.
Phone 227-7451. tfc-8-16
FOR SALE or RENT: 3 bedroom
house at St. Joe Beach. Call 648-
3196 or see James Traweek. tfc
FOR SALE: Two 125'x50' adjoining
lots in first block at St. Joe
Beach. See; Ferrel Allen, Jr., at
129 Hunter Circle. tfc-8-16
WITH ONLY $100.00 DOWN.take
up payments on new 1962'Fair-
'lane 500. Call 227-2502 after 5 p.m.
on week days; anytime during
week ends.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
living room, ,dining room, ceramic
bath and large back porch. Rea-
sonable. 1313 Long Ave., Phone
22f-1351. 'tfc-8-16
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Saturday, August 18
3 SHOWS -

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'Big Show'

'Little Shephard of
Kingdom Come'
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
August 19, 20 and 21
'Country Music
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Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
August 23, 24, 25
'Lady Chatterly's
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FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom
brick home, 1031 Long Ave. Ph.
648-4128, J. A. Mira.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 1314
Marvin Ave. Purchaser to as-
same VA mortgage. See Cecil Cos-
tin, Jr.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 2
baths, built-in kitchen, disposer,
dishwasher, hardwood floors, fully
insulated, central heat, air condi-
tioned. Carport and living space,
1240 sq. ft. Corner lot 125'x92'. 2104
Palm Blvd. Call W. L. Winters, ph.
229-2521. tfc-5-24
t RF SALE: 2 bedroom house on
1 35x75 ft. lot. Back yard completely
e closed with chain link fence.
Plenty of shade and located in a
S11ll established neighborhood. See
Ferrell Allen, Jr. at 129 Hunter
Circle. tfc-5-31
HOUSE FOR SALE: 1303 McClel-
lan Ave. Pay equity and assume
FHA mortgage of $5700. See Gene
Fowler at 2000 Long Avenue.
FOR SALE: 50x100 corner lot with
new well and septic tank, Beacon
Hill. $750.00. See Bill Carr. tfc-7-26
FOR: Beauty Counselor Cosmetics
call Flo Melton, 229-1222 or Ann
Mitchell, 227-4696. 4tc-8-2
FOR SALE: 1962 Volkswagen, 2-dr.
'deluxe sedan. Radio, heater,
windshield washer, whitewall tires
and leather upholstery. $1495.00.
See Bill Rich.
FOR SALE
Three bedroom masonry house
on 90 foot corner lot on Marvin
Avenue. Total cost only $9,700. Can
buy owners equity or re-finance.
Two bedroom house in Oak Grove
on 60 foot lot. Only $4,500.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491
FOR RENT: Available August 24.
One bedroom and private bath,
living room and TV room privi-
leges. See at 528 corner of Sixth
St. and Woodward Ave. Ztp-8-9
FOR SALE: Complete printing
equipment for making rubber
stamps. Will sell at bargain. Also
A B. Dick memeograph machine.
J. A. Blackwell, Phone 227-8476. 2c
WANTED: Dealer for profitable
Rawleigh business in Gulf Coun-
ty. Good living at start. Write Raw-
leigh, Dept. FAH-100-101, Freeport,
Ill. 3tp-8-2
M MOVING? Think of MAYFLOWER.
Let SURPLUS SALES of ST.
JOE handle your moving and stor-
age problem's. Free estimates, lo-
cal 'and long distance. Experienced,
responsible. Phone 227-2011, -or
come in, and see us at SURPLUS
SALES of ST. JOE, 201 'Monument
Ave., Port St. Joe, across from
the Post Office.
SERVICES OFFERED
I will do part or full-time book-
keeping in my home or at you;.
place of business. Experienced
in a" types of book work. Typ-
ing work done neatly and correct.
R. W. HENDERSON, Phone 229-
1716.


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THE AMERICAN LEGION, 3
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SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I.
0. F.-Meets second and four
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in AmericE
Legion Hall. Al members urged
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmntt Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
THERE WILL BE a regular co
munication of Pirt St. Joe Lod,
No 111, F. & A. M. every first al
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ROY L. BURCH, W. M.
ROT K. BLACKSHEAR, S
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M., Eastern Standard Time.
When there are more than two
candidates for any one office and
neither shall receive a majority of
the total vo'es cast for such office,
then another election shall be held
one week from the date of the
first election, or :September 18,


Returns To Home
Miss Rebecca Stansberry has re-
turned to her home in Atlanta af-
ter spending two weeks with her
grandmother, Mrs. W. B. Ferrell.
it


a u5igar SiuLthu, Secretary 1962, at which ime the two cail- Guest of Dockerys
to NOTICE OF REGULAR didaes receiving the largest nu- Miss Evelyn Dockery has as her
NOTICE OF REGULAR ;ber of votes in the former election
MUNICIPAL ELECTION shall be voted on again. guest 'this week, Miss Mina Riley
Notice is hereby given that the J. B. WILLIAMS 3t-S-16 of Milton.
m. First Primary for the office of Ma- City Auditor and Clerk
ge yor-Commissioner and two City 4
nd Commissioners,, one in Group One Visiting Jacksons On Vacation
(1) 'and one in Group Two (2) will Earl Jackson of Tucson, Arizona, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ramsey and
be held at 'the City Hall Fire Sta- Mr. and Mrs. Will Ramsey and son
tion in the City of Port St. Joe, Tennis Jackson of Tuscaloosa, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Will Ramsey and son
Florida on Tuesday, :September 11, brothers of A. P. Jackson and Rusty, are visiting friends and rel-
1962. Jackie Drake of Birmingham, Ala., natives this week in Oklahoma.
ec The polls will open at 8:00 o'clock a nephew of Mr. Jackson are visit-
A.M. and close at 7:00 o'clock P. ing him this week. Bnd Th* Sta To A Friend


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Returns From Trip
Miss Mary Dell Ramsey has re-
turned after a three 'week'h vaca-
tion in Brigeport, Conn., where
she was the guest of her sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Kerirgan. While there she toured
New York City, points of interest
in Massachusetts, Connecticutt and
tourist resorts in the Blue Ridge
Mountains.

Returns From Atlanta.:
Ben Ferrell returned: home last
Friday -aft er .spending several
weeks in Atlanta .'with his two
daughters, Mrs. Liltlf--n. Wilbanks
and Mrs. Maxie Stansberry and
family. Mr. R. F. Stansberry accom-
panied Mr. Ferrell home.


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