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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: October 4, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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 Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Vaczey"


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIBA


THUXI5UAY, uLIuI1ri lnr


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
It where we can speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
four home town merchantal


NUMBER 3


PAST PRESIDENT'S HONC
Port St. Joe Garden Club ho
presidents last week at a tea.
ed above are, left to right, b
H. C. Brown, Mrs. Tom Moo

Past Presidents and

,Are Honored By the
The beautiful waterfront home
Of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Vaughn
was the scene Thursday, .Septem-
ber 27 of the Garden Club Tea.
The tea, which marked the begin-
ninig of the year's activities, hon-
ored past presidents and charter
members.
'Members and guests were greet-
ed at the door by the President,
Mrs. Terry Hinote and hostess,
Mrs. Dudley Vaughn. Past presi-
dents and charter members were
presented with corsages of white
carnations.
The living: room, sun room and
dining-- .m...-wereAlavishly decor-
ated with arrangements of fall
flowers in .shades of pink and lav-
ender. The tea table with its ap-
pointments of silver was covered
with a hand made lace cloth and
decorated with an arrangement of
lavender liatras and pink roses
arranged 'around the five branched
silver candelaJbra.


Saturday Is Last

Day To Register

Mrs. C. G. Rish, Gulf County
Supervisor of Registration, noti-
fied The Star this week that the
last day to register to vote in the
November General Election is
Saturday, October 6.
'For the ,convenience of those
in Port St. Joe who have not reg-
Istered to vote, the County Reg-
Istartion Books will be at the
Pridgeon Insurance Agency of-
fice today, tomorrow and Satur-
day for you to register.
Citizens of the United States,
21 years of age or older who have
lived in the State of Florida for
at least one year and In Gulf
.County for six months, are eligi-
ble to register to vote.


Junior High Footbal

13-6 Victory Over J
The Port St. Joe seventh and
eighth 'grade football team traveled
to Apalachicola this past Tuesday
night and.: returned home with a
13-6 victory over the seventh and
eighth grade team of Apalachicola.
The junior boys are to be com-
mended by the fine spirit, hustle
and determination plus fine 'sports-
mans hip they showed in defeating
a line Apalachicola team.
Led iby quarterback Bowdoin, and
some fine running by David Wood,
Charles Williams, Tommy Adams,
Johnny Martin, Bobby Ellzey and
Jimmy Cox, the Junior Sharks scor-
ed in the first quarter with Jimmy
Cox scoring the touchdown and Da-
vidd Wood 'the extra point. The jun-
ior Sharks led 7-0 until midway in
the second quarter when the Apa-
jachicola team scored their lone
touchdown. The Sharks led 7-6 at
halftime.
On the third play of the second
half Rodney Bowdoin dropped back
and hit David Wood with a perfect


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State Pai




SCity Settles Disagn

t .S. E. Morris Compo

Gulf County is close to ,
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the society. Jesse Stone and 1

port in trying to persuade the S
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S........ ---""St. Joseph's Spit.
Sro.e.. who at:.t..d is' po an
S. .. told the Covrmim.sion that his group
-' '__ ..__ -_ i f had appeared before the Florida P
Board of Park. and Historic Me- f
)RED The Nance and Mrs. W, M. Chafin. Front row: moralss Monday to 'seek their co- f
nored its past Mrs. J. C. Arbogast, Mrs. Terry Hinote, operation in establishing the recrea- i
Those honor- (current president), Mrs. G. S. Croxton tional and historical park on the
)ack row, Mrs. and Mrs. Dudley Vaughn. Spit, the site of French and iSpan- c
ish forts in years past. i
)n, Mrs. Ralph tone said that the 'State Board
was now favorable to the construc-
Charter Members tn of such a park, which would
Boosters to PlaH cause a sizeable tourist attraction
to be built near Port St. Joe. (Thec
Garden Club Proecs- T-onit Society has been trying to secure c
rojctS OT night the park for the past five years).
T* *| The only problem now in the way
MinisterS To Plan Paul Fensom was named mem- is to secure 'the land from the U. t
Sbership 'chairman of the Shark S. Department of Interior who has
Holiday Worship owned the property stice 'before p
Hoid y rs p Boosters organization at its regu- World War pLb
lar meeting last Thursday. It was
The Gulf County Ministerial' As- also annoucned that paid up mem- This is where the City fits into c
sociation met for their regular bership in the newly-formed group the picture. The St. Joseph Histor- a
has reached 63 members. ical Society wants the City to send
meeting on Monday, October 1 with resolutions favoring the construc-
the First Methodist Church of We- The Shark Boosters will meet tion of such a park to the U. 'S. De-
wahitchka. Four new members again, tonight at the Port St. Joe apartment of Interior, asking their
were received into the membership. High School Auditorium at 7:30 release of the land for park par-
They 'were Joel McGraw, Pastor of p.m. poses
the Port St. Joe Pentecostal Holi- p s
ness Church; Robert Lee Cary, pas- On the docket for 'discussion to- The City agreed to prepare such
ness Church, Robert Lee Cary, pas- i ll proposed roects to resolutions and forward them to
tor of Highland View Church of night will be proposed projects to resolution and forward hem to
God; John Taylor, pastor of Wewa- renovate the press box and painting the proper people, C
hit chka Presbyteria; W. T. Pres- of the concession stands.at the foot- According to Stone, the park a
ey, pitchastoPresby of Wewahtcka Church ball field; surveying the parking would be located between Eagle t
eyof pasGod. lot and football field for possible Harbor and the St. Joseph's Point,
drainage .and other matters that an area of slightly over 2,000 acres.
'The ministers will sponsor the will be brought up at the meeting. He said that state plans call for
ninth annual Thanksgiving services Coach Marion Craig will show a restoration of `historic localities 0
in Gulf County this year. There movie of the Shark Mairanna game and construction of facilities for I
will be a union Thanksgiving ser- to those present. beach, boating and camping recre- n
vice in Wewa'hitchka ,ad Port St. 'Members and prospective mem- action. p
Joe. The 'program for these services bers are urged to be. present to- Morris Dispute Settled g
will be announced later, night. E. Tom Pridgeon, representa- a
The next meeting of the Associa- tive of the S. E. Morris Company
tion will be with Highland View appeared before the Commission r
Baptist Church on November 5. 'Rotary HearS Tuesday night for final settlement t
H a d of the dispute between his company
Pickup, Auto Involved indUStry Head and theCityregarding $1,000 worth
In Accident Monday I of water -meters placed on Cypress
n Accident Monday and Juniper Avenues.
An automobile and a pickup The value of the pine stump was Pridgeon again told 'the City that
truck were involved in an accident explained to the Port ,St. Joe Ro- he didn't think that his company
Monday afternoon at the intersec- tary Club last Thursday by Ken owed the money since they had per-
tion of Williams Avenue and Fourth Burgess, manager of the Newport formed some work normally done
Street at about 5:30 p.m., resulting Industries Plant ,at Telogia. by 'the city on the subdivision and
in considerable damage to both ve- The Telogia plant uses the "fat" also installed some city services.
hicles, pine stumps to extract naval stores Pridgeon stated that when the late
products. The plant operates on a Mayor J. L. ;Sharit stated, "We will
According to City Police records, 24 hour, seven-day-a-week basis and furnish the meters", he took the
James H. Griffin, Jr., was driving employs an average of 115 men in statement to mean that there would
the pickup truck East on Fourth the plant and an equal number in be no charge and be promptly for-
Street and pulled out into Williams the field obtaining their raw pro- got the matter.
Avenue into the .path of the -auto- duct. Pridgeon declared that the City
mobile driven by Mrs. Florence Burgess said that the plant can owed his company some remunera-
Wood Lemieux. Mrs. Lemieux's .car use only virgin long leaf yellow tion for work they performed and
hit the pickup truck in the side. pine stumps which have been in the didn't charge for. He then offered
City Police charged Griffin with field for 15 to 20 years 'ripening" to settle with the City for $833.60.
failing to yield the right of way. by storing up rosin in the stumps. The City 'agreed to settle with
There were no injuries reported. Approximately 500 pounds of 'fin- the Morris company for the amount
ished product can be obtained from Pridgeon offered.
Ttam Win on of stumps. .Stafford Objects
I Team Wins IThe plant shreds then cooks the James Stafford, owner of the
SIIstumps to gather pine ,oil, turpen- City Restaurant appeared before
Apalachicola JVs tine and several other raw products the Commission and stated, that he
from the pine stumps. He said his had not paid his city license be-
pass as Wood scored the second phase of the naval stores business cause he usually paid his license
touchdown. The extra point was is fading away with the depletion of
no good. stumps. Those stumps other than American Legion Sponsors
Both teams had several chances virgin long leaf yellow pine do not Fish Fry Next Tuesday
to score but fumbles and a strong store enough rosin and pitch to
defense kept either team from make their processing profitable. Willis V. Rowan, Post 116, Ameri-
scoring. Guests of the club were: Deck can Legion, Port St. Joe is spon-
Outstanding for the junior Sharks Hall of Panama City and Preston scoring a fish supper on Tuesday,
both offensively and defensively Eu'banks of Blountstown. October 9 at the Legion Hall.
were: en d s Eddie McFarland, The Post and Auxiliary is epon-
Wayne Pate, John C. Maddox; tac- The Port ,St. Joe Unit Of the scoring this supper in order to pur-
kles Jimmy Lester, Mitch Johnson; Gulf County Health Department chase American flags for classrooms
guards Larry Branch, Danny Raf- will be closed October 16, 17, 18 in the Port St. Joe High School,
field, Ricky Thursbay; center Alan and 19 in order that the personnel Highland View Elementary School
Humphrey; backs David Wood, may attend the American Public and Port St. Joe Elementary
Charles Williams, Johnny Martin, Health Association and the Florida School. Tickets are on sale by the
Bobby Ellzey and Jimmy Cox. The Public Health Association meetings High School Student Council and
entire team showed up well in spir- in Miami Beach. members of the American Legion
it, determination, good sportsman- X Post and Auxiliary. Supper will be
ship and the will to win. The two Visit In Malone served from 5 until 8 o'clock at the
teams will play a return game here Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ellzsey and Post.
SOctober 25. There is a possibility a sons, Bobby and Lee visited Mrs. Tables will tbe set up to serve
third game may be played. Ellzey's grandmother, Mrs. Annie you during these hours and the
S The entire Junior High football Nordan in Malone Sunday. Mrs. Post urges you to take part in this
team will play their third intra- Nordan was celebrating her 80th project. Plans are being made to
squad game tonight at 7:30. Admis- birthday, have a program of music at the
sion is 10c. Come out and support Legion Hall during the supper
t the Junior Sharks. USE THE WANT AD8 hours.


ed To Edorse Proposed




rk On St. Joseph Point


eement With the

my Over Meters

tting a 2 .1):11 cnere start park
stori'al Society. Members of
Its. Ned S. Porter, appeared
esdayV night seeking their sup-
Itate to construct the park on


fE---. in ,:j..h anI. diJrn't kn:,r T for
.ui : that he had not paiId the l962
'ees. He reported that he was in-
'ormed that there was no record of
his ever buying a license, and he
was not sure the city's records were
correct in regards to his 1962 fees,
n view of this statement.
'Clerk Williams, said that the ref-
erences to past records were incor-
rect and that the City did have re-
cords of Stafford's past license pur-
chases.
Adopt Resolution
The City Board adopted a resolu-
tion Tuesday night to sell leins in
the amount of some $9,000.00 to
pay for construction of sewer ser-
vice in District 5. This is the sewer
constructed in the Battles Street
area in North Port St. Joe.


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Dam Dedication



Set For October 17


B,.b Sik.-. UniT,;,d States Repre-
-uiitr. ..- tr.:.ri Third District
'.ill be .:-ue.-.t r.iakEr .at a dedica-
tion c,'er-m:n-r, W-dnes.d.iay, October
17. .i 4:"") p.m, CST in Wewahlbtch-
ki. Florida. At this occasion the
,ewi-iy complet'id quarter million
d..ll-ir Dead Lakes Dam will be 'for-
mally dedicated.
C. F. Hanlon, former editor of
the Gulf County Breeze, a weekly
newspaper in the little West Flor-
ida community of Wewahitchka
first began a campaign for the con-
struction of a dam at .the foot of
the Dead Lakes. In 1955, Charley
Johns, then the Governor, created
the Dead Lakes Commission, but
this group died without getting any
tangible results. Representative
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., of Gulf County
and Senator Marion B. "Bart"
Knight of Blountstown with Har-
land 0. Pridgeon of Wewahitchka
worked 'out the details of creating
,the Dead Lakes Water Management
District. Knight and Costin present-


Budget Discussed ed bills in their respective Houses,
A .short discussion of the budget gained passage and in 1957 Gover-
came up Tuesday night but was nor Leroy Collins appointed Wil-
)ostponed for further action until liam H. Linton, J. E. Pridgeon and
Tuesday night, October 9, when a Harry Saunders of Gulf County as
special meeting will be held. well as C. L. Anders and G. U. Par-
The meeting was postponed be- ker of Calhoun County to serve on
cause of a ,difference of opinion, the Commission.
Commissioner John Robert Smith An appropriation of. $100,000.00
and Mayor Frank Hannon' wanted was passed by the General Assem-
o up the millage'.enoughhto provide bly for use as mvt iinz.,funds for
$5,000.00 more to paint the Centen- use by Gulf and Calhoun Counties
nial Building. Commissioners I. C. for the construction of a dam
Nedley and Walter Duren were across the Dead Lakes. All of the
opposed to raising the village any money available from the state on
higher. The proposed millage will the ,original appropriation was nev-
now figure out about 12.5 for the er 'used. However $90,000.00 was
proposed budget. The proposed bud- borrowed from the Internal Im-
get provides $2,000.00 for mainten- provement Trustees for dam con-
ance to the Centennial Building, struc'tion; this money to be repaid
which would probably be used to by a half mill ,tax levy on real and
repair the roof and repair some of personal property in the two coun-
the woodwork. ties, as well as the revenue gained


from the sale of Dead Lake fish-
ing permits, which sell for $1.25.
Pridgeon has estimated that this
money will be repaid in ten years.
The Dead Lakes Dam will be a
boost to the economy of both
counties as this dam will insure a
constant water level of six feet in
the lakes, 'allowing year round fish-
ing. The Dead Lakes are fed by
the Chipola River, -and there are a
number of fishing camp operators
along both the river and the lakes,
who along with the sportsmen of
the entire southeast, will benefit
greatly.
Harry Saunders, of Port iSt. Joe,
program chairman, has promised a
well rounded program which will
be followed with a mammoth free
fish fry. The public is invited to
attend.


Fire Department Called To
Two House Fires This Week
Two fires during the past week
damaged as many Port St. Joe
homes-one seriously.
Sunday afternoon at 4:45 'the
Volunteer Fire Department was
called out to extinguish a blaze In
the 'home of Curtis O'Brian on Mad-
ison Street in Oak Grove. The en-
tire interior of the home was afire
before the fire was discovered by
neighbor's, who called the fire de-
partme. '
The fire completely .utted the
Inside of the home and burned all
of the O'Brian's possessions.
Wednesday morning at 9:30 a.m.
a fire was reported in a closed of
the Willie McNair home on Avenue
C. Quick action by the fire depart-
ment confined the fire to the clo-
set resulting in some smoke and
water damage to the home.


IROUGH AND TUMBLE play of Friday Shark around his waist. In the background
night's game is shown above as Lonnie members of both teams rush into the ac-
Smith, Shark halfback, gets low to tackle tion. (Star photo)
a Marianna runner who already has a


Bulldogs Blank Sharks 34-0


The .Sharks lost their third
straight game of the season to
Mariamna, 34 to 0 last Friday night
in a game that saw the Sharks
complete 12 quarters of play this
year without scoring.
It looked like the Sharks might
tack on their first marker of the
season in the second quarter when
Clifford Wimberly recovered a Mar-
ianna fumble on the Bulldog 11.
However, the defense dug in for
the Bulldogs and the Sharks lost
their best chance of the night to
score. The Sharks got one good


drive going in the third period but
gave up the ball on a fumble on
the Marianna 36.
The Bulldogs started their scor-
ing in the second quarter by hitting
for two quick touchdowns. They
tacked on another in the third
quarter and passed for two more
in the final period.
Paul Robbins, Cliff Wimberly.
Bill Vervacke and Jimmy Goodman
did a good job on defense. Rookie
quarterback Kennington looked
good with his passing as he hit
five of 13.


Tomorrow night the Sharks tra-
vel to Milton to take on the con-
ference king pins. The Panthers
are unbeaten so far and are expect-
ed to win the conference crown
handily.
THE YARDSTICK
St. Joe Marianna
6 First Downs 15
44 Yards Rushing ........---- 225
55 Yards Passing ........--- 62
5-1] Passes Completed ..-.. -7
0 Passes Intercepted .. 1
2 Fumbles Lost -- 2
20 Yards Penalized 60


TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR


THURDAYOCTOER 4 196











MISS MILDRED TILLMAN BECOMES

BRIDE of DAVID MUSSELWHITE SEPT 1

Miss Mildred Tillman became the I her sister as matron of honor. She
bride of David Musselwhite, Sat-; wore a street length dress of yel-


urday; .Septmeber 1 -at half past
seven o'clock in the Long Avenue
Baptist Church of Port St. Joe. The
Reverend J. C. Odum, performed
the impressive double ring cere-
mony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Tillman of Port St.
Joe. The groom is the son, of Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Mussaelwhite also of
Port 'St. Joe.
The sanctuary was 'beautifully
decorated 'with floor standards of
white mums and yellow daisies.


low. She carried a bouquet of yel-
low carnations with satin stream-
ers.
Mrs. LaRue Huddeston, sister of
the bride served as bride .maid. She
wore an identical dress as matron
ot honor. She carried a bouquet of
ylelow carnations. Junior brides-
maid was Sherry Tillman., sister of
the bride. She wore a street length
dress of yellow and white. She car-
ried a yellow bouquet of carnations.
The 'best man was Glenn Alit-
good. Ushers were Terry Porter,
Wranlert, Trdlan, uncle of the groom,


Vows were exchanged beneath an Don Laird, brother-inlaw f the .
arch with three white wedding bells groom, John Presnell and Jackie '" .N ^ ^-
attached. Green fern was used for Mitchell. Junior usher was Gary l
decoration. Family pews were des- Dodson, cousin of the groom.
ignated with yellow satin bows. .
Mrs. M. L. Britt, Jr., organist, The bride entered on the arm
presented a 'program of prenuptial -of her uncle, A. J. Strickland, by s
music and accompanied Mrs. Don- whom she was given in marriage.
ald Laird, sister of the groom who She was radiantly lovely in a sefi- -"
sang, "Because", "We'll Walk With formal wedding gown -of a circular
God" and "The Lord's Prayer", at neckline and short filled sleeves.
the conclusion of 'the ceremony. The The skirt was of silk organza over
traditional -wedding marches were inet and taffeta. A large white bow
used. i was neatly .arranged in the back. ophet. She carried a cascade bou-
Mrs. Jack T. McKenney served Her only ornament was a pearl quet arranged with velvet hearts

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Mr. d Prt t THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Mrs. Ned Porter toCR O T ,
CARD OF THANKS
Revue Book While my heart is filled w
sorrow and grief, I am not unm:
The Book Review division of the ful of the many kind deeds, wc
Philaco Club of Apalachicola has of comfort and sympathy exten
recently been organized and will to me by my relatives, many frie
hold its initial meeting Saturday and kid neighbors during the
afternoon of this week at 3:30.
The first program has been turn- Soft, sumptuous fur
ed over to Mrs. Ned Porter of this
city for the review of her book, wardrobe. The Man
"Pasqua Flowers, The Feast of
Flowers", and presentation of some Of lambswool, n
of her other poetic work from her full fashioned. The
unpublished manuscripts. These full fShioned. The
she has tape recorded. A number of blended with fu
these particular poems have been
given several times over WDLP Ra- Pullover 34-40, $12
dio Station, Panama City, under
the management of Ralph Mann. just wear a smil
Les Roberson narrates one of Mrs.
Porter's poems. The others are
narrated by the author.
This is the third Apalachicola
club to .present Mrs. Porter's work.
The -meeting -will be held at the
home of Mrs. Dwight Marshall, Sr.


Mrs. Freeman Is


edged with tiny pearls and a yellow
throated orchid on a lace covered
white Bible from 'which fell many
streamers of white satin ribbons
caught with lover's knots.
Mrs. Tillman chose for her
daughter's wedding a street-length
sheath dress of beige with which
she wore dark brown accessories.
Her .corsage was breeze carnations.
Mrs. Musselwhite, .mother of the
groom, was attired in a medium
green sheath dress with which 'she
wore bronze accessories. Her cor-
sage was breeze carnaitons.
Immediately following the cere-
mony, a reception was held in the
social hall of the church. Guests
were greeted at the 'door by Mrs.
Donald Laird.
A 'color scehme of yellow and
white was carried out in the re-
ception. The bride's table, overlaid
with a white linen cloth, was cen-
tered with 'a three-tiered wedding
cake topped with a miniature bride
and groom. Arrangements of white
wedding bells and garlands of ivy
completed the setting-
Serving for the reception were,
Miss Gayle Odum, Miss Kay
Creech, Mrs. Joe Griffin, Miss:
Judy Belle and Mrs. Jerry Barnes.
Mrs. Joseph Ingle, sister of the
bride, kept the wedding book. Dain-
ty rice bags were passed among
the gunests ibyv Miss pRachell 'Me-


Upsilon Hostess

Eta U.psilon Chapter fo Beta Sig-
ma Phi, held their regular meeting
of the month Tuesday, October 2
in the home of Mrs. Robert Free-
man, with Mrs. Bill Brown, vice-
president, presiding over the busi-
ness meeting.
The meeting was opened by re-
peating the opening ritual in uni-
son. The minutes were read by
Mrs. Braxton Ward and the trea-
surer's report was given by Mrs.
Gordon Farris.
Plans were made for the Rush
Party, to be held October 11 at the
,Stac House, for members and their
Fall rushees only.
Following the business session,
Mrs. Braxton Ward presented the
program on "Prose". The meeting
was closed 'by repeating the closing
ritual in unison.
During the social hour delicious
refreshments were served to all
members by the hostess, Mrs. Rob-
ert Freeman and Mrs. Bill Rish.
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Kinney, Miss .Sherry Tillman and
Miss Carolyn Dodson. -
For her wedding trip, Mrs. Mus- Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lee Parker
selwhite chose a two piece suit of of 215 10th .Street announce the
dark gray. She wore matching ac- t birth of a daughter, Susan Lenore
cessories and 'the yellow-thorated on September 15.
orchid lifted from her bridal bou- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hobson Horton
quiet. of Apalachicola announce the birth
of a baby boy, Dwayne Ray on S'ep
Out of town guests and relatives tember 17.
attending the wedding and recep- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Foster
tion were: Mr. and Mrs. A. J. 204 Second Ave., Highland View
Strickland, Wewahitchka; Mr. and announce the birth of !a son, Clar-
Mrs. Walter Dodson and Linda ence Foster on September 18.
Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Dodson, Mr. and Mrs. Lanas Fox, Rt. 1,
Mr. -and Mrs. Tom Dodson, Mrs. Da- Wewahitchka announce the birth
vid Musselwhite, Mr. and Mrs. C. of a son, Carl Wade on .September
R. Dodson, Jerry Davis and Mrs. 23.
Ruby White, all of Bainbridge, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Marion Marshall
Miss Judy Bell of Jacksonville; Rankin of Apalachicola announce
Jack Wheeler of Miami; Miss Carol the birth of a daughter, Victoria
Longshore and Miss Mary Ann Kil- Regina on September 24.
bourn of Wewahitchka; Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. David Earl Jenkins
McKinney and children of Panama 114 Westcott Circle, announce the
City; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Huddle- birth of a baby girl, Denise Lynn
ston of .Savannah, Ga., and Miss on September 26.
Susan Merchant of Bainbridge, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Joe Hudson,
SSr., 1911 Long Avenue announce
Spend Week End Hree the birth of a son, Benny Joe, Jr.,
'Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Nail, Patsy on September 28.
aid John David Nall of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Raymond
ville spent the week end with Mr. Johnson announce the birth of a
arid Mrs. I. C. Nedley on Monument daughter, Sherry Ann on Septem-
Avenue. ber 25.


THURSDAY, October 4, 1962

hours of my bereavement sustained
with in the loss of my dearly 'beloved
i,nd- husband, Earl Chitty.
irds MRS. EARL CHITTY
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To Attend Annual Reunion Saturday

GRACEVILLE-- Christmas Day, man.
New Year's Day, and the Fourth The keynote speaker will -be


of July are days to remember ev-
erywhere in this land, 'but here in
the heart of Old Florida 'there's
still another memorable occasion
-the annual Williams family re-
union.


Broward Williams of Tallahassee,
Administrative Assistant to State
Treasurer J. Edwin Larson. Along
with Williams' remarks will be re-
cognition of ,members of the fam-
ily for such distinctions as age,


The chairman of the 59th annual 'both for the oldest and 'he young.-
reunion, Circuit Judge Robert L. est, and for instance traveled to
McCrary of Marianna, said that attend the reunion. At noon. the
Williamses (by the thousand would 'ceremonies will give way to the
gather beneath the oaks of Gali- traditional West Florida "dinner
lee churchyard at 11 a.m. on Sat- on the ground" of home-cooked
urday, October 6. food spread on long tables.
"Letters and other 'word from Keynote speaker Broward Wil-
family members encourage us in liams -will adhere to the formula of
the belief that this will be .one of an address, that is "flowery, God-
the best attended reunions of re- fearing and Williamsy" as custom
cent years," said Judge McCrary. demands. He will use family anec-
Family members attending will dotes to point the moral that
be offspring of Andrew Elton Wil- America's strength as a nation


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cause of the heritage of the past",
says Broward Williams.


Violation Of The

Week' Speed Limit
By SGT. DICK DOYLE
Florida Highway Patrol
There is hardly a driver who
has not violated the important
Florida -speed limit law sometime
or other wihle driving.
Apparently there Is a little lar-
ceny in the hearts of many who
take a little extra above the stated
speed limit. How -many drivers
hold the speedometer needle at 70
MPH Instead of 65 MPH because
they believe the law 'enforcement
officer allows a 'tolerance"?
Law enforcement officials of
course realize that many drivers
will obey the law only when the
traffic officer stops 'all violators
and takes some type of preventa-
tive action. Speed signs that read
65 MPH do 'not read approximately
65 MPH. The so-called "tolerance"
'exists only in the minds of drivers.
Florida law states 65 MPH in the
daytime for -cars and 50 MPH for
trucks and tall trailers: Night time
cars 55, trucks and all trailers 45


THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1962


TeTattler
A1. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Edito's YOU-ALL *' '
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Just picking around here and
there for something to say! Did
you ever hear of a guy who brush-
es his hair vigorously and care-
fully every night just before re-
tiring? Just as if he was going
to church! Well (it's me!!)
I'm wondering how this 'strange
habit came about! Kissed wife
goodnight one night an dshe teas-
ingly remarked, "Don't forget to
Brush your hair." iSorta got me
worried! Any suggestions?
The most interesting and ,un-
forgettable person I have ever
met. Who could it be other than
the girl I married nearly 31 years
'ago! There's been "'something
new" every day and as the years
go by the momentum is picking
up! Who said who was the weak-
,er sex?
This 'seller of socks, shoes and
wearables opinion on the lasting
power and survival of a race, na-
tion or people! .... Will bombs


A little while yes .. per-
manently. never! The Creator
'still holds the future of the world
and mankind in His hand. Man's
destiny lies not in material and
'physical power bought wt h
bombs and billion's The pro-
phet Micah wraps the directions
in a neat package: "What Is re-
quired of thee, oh man, but to do
justly, love mercy and walk hum-
bily with thy God." We hear
these words from the New Tes-
tament: "Every 'knee shall ibow,
and every tongue shall confess".
It might be well to take a gen-
eral inventory in 'an effort to de-
termine where we are, and where
we're headed! What do you
think? ?
It's about time to shell a pea-
nut and make a sal e. See you
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People who do not consider them- good reason not to break these
laws? The Florida Highway Patrol
selves speeders and may never ap- reminds you that they don't give
proach the 65 MPH limit on open traffic tickets-they sell them.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1962 imens in the patio or in the Flor-
--- -ida room.
The sasanqua camellias can be
G a N used as espaliers for creating fol-
teresting fences and dl aces.
Slow-growing came o ierieties
By HERVEY SHARPE the pronunciation, any variety of are.best for base, accent and hedge
,Fla. Agricultural Extension Serv. Ijaponica will accent the beauty of -plantings, while varieties -with
Growing camellias is like pro- a garden during the flowering per- spreading growth habits are rec-
nouncing the name of the flowering iod. Another asset--the .plants pro.- ommended for mass group and un-
shrub-everyone has his own idea. duce a display of flowers udring 'clipped hedge plantings. Varieties
,Some folks say ca-mell'-ia while fall and winter when many other having a pyramidal or unright ha-
others prefer ca-me'?lia. Both ar- ornamentals are hibernating. bit are best suited for accent, for-
ticulations are equally acceptable Imal plantings -and -for clipped hed-
depending on local usage. Camellias are adapted to many ges.
landscape uses, says Dp'. E. W.
Occasionally a gardener gets his MoElwee, horticulturist with the ilowerdwise the amelliast share s-
vocal cords tangled and refers to Agricultural Extension Service. iead nto seven eps It s es-
the glossy green plant -as ca-may'- Camellias can be used as foun- sential to 1-earn to recognize these
lia. This pronunciation is consider- dation .plants, mass, screen and rower forms I elli are fatospeak
ed a crime against nature in the accent plantings, lawn and back- the jargon of camellia fancier at
-the 'flower shows this fall.
ears of ,most camellia lovers, ground groupings, clipped and un-
'Regardless of how you sound out clipped hedges and as tubbed spec- The flower forms range from
fli qi~mM linvA tn Vth irrmfa


State To Sponsor


Bow & Arrow Hunt

TALLAHASSEE Florida's mo- October 20 through December 2.
dern day "Robin Hoods" will have Daily hunting will -be allowed dur-
an opportunity to test their arch- in' the first nine days, to 'be fol-
ery skill and hunting ability dur- lowed by special week-end hunts
ing two special hunts this fall, ac- on November 3-4, November 10-11,
cording to A. D. Aldrich, -director, November 17118, November 22-25
Game and Fresh Water Fish Corn- and December 1-2, with that por-
mission. tion of the area south of ,State


Archery hunting will be permit-
ted on the Citrus Wildlife Manage-
ment Area, in Citrus County, from
varieties of camellias.
Varieties that are known to
r11row well i FloridaI ,nclude C. M.


Ue simple ;ie ngle ,o teU teg10iuaL garow w eii JxoLit -.n-'t A -u L. L.
double or peony form. In between Hovey, C. M. Wilson, 'Colletti, Dal-
are the semi-double, incomplete kagura, Layd Marion, Lallarook,
double, inbrilcated double, tiered Lady Mary Cromartie, Mrs. Charles
and the regular Imbricated. Cobb, Rev. John Drayton and 'Semi-
If you 'are unable to recognize 'the doufole Blush.
various flower forms from the
above names, then it is a good idea For camellias for use in base
to get a copy of Extension Service plantings select Alba Plena, Apple-
Bulletin 161A, "Growing Camellias blossom, Cleopatra, Dawn or Ele-
in Florida". It is available from gans Pink. For clipped hedges try
county and home demonstration 'Cheerful, Cleopatra, Dawn, Prof. C.
,agents. *S. -Sargent or Tricolor.


WHAT VARIETY? If you desire camellia
Shopping for camellias is like a clipped hedges and -scr
lady buying a dress-it may take plant Appleblossom, Her
consiedrable looking before you color.
can make up your mind. One place The following varieties
to look is 'at the several flower gested for informal plan
shows schdeuled for this fall and gans Pink, Gigantea, Ja
winter. At the shows you will ob- Lady Clare, Leucantha,
serve the latest vogue in flowers gene Napoleon and Sw
and frocks. For mass and backgrou
Unless you are willing to take a lect such varieties as
chance on success, it Is a good Governor Mouton, La
idea to shy away from the untried Mrs. -Charles Cobb, Victi
varieties an dselect the old-time ual and White Empress.


as for un-
eens, then
ms or Tri-
s are sug-
tings: Ele-
arvis Red,
Prince Eu-
*eeti Vera.
nd use se-
Debutante,
dy Clare,
or Emman-


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Road 480 open week -adys after
the first nine days. The Eglin Wild-
life Management Area in North-
west Florida will open for special
archery hunting October 27 and
continue with daily hunting thru
November 11.
Bow-and-arrow hunters will be
required to possess a special per-
mit in addition to the regular hunt-
ing license. Special Citrus permits
costing $5.00 mayj be obtained from
offices of .the 'County Judge in Cit-
rus County. Permits will also be
available at number 2 and number
4 checking stations during the first
nine days of the Citrus hunt. Egli
hunting permits costing $4.00, or
a composite permit for hunting
and fishing costing $5.00 may be
obtained through the Air Force


Forestrf Section at Jackson Guard
station Niceville, or at any for-
kstry tower on the Eglin Reserva-
tion.
In addition to legal buck deer,
archers on the Citrus hunt will be
allowed a special maximum limit
of 200 antlerless deer during the
periods November 17-18, November
22-25, and December 1-2. A daily
bag of one and season -bag of two
deer will be in force udring the
special hunt. Eglin archers will
not be restricted to daily and sea-
son bag, 'but may harvest only
buck -deer with five inch or longer


Vet Officer To Visit
Veterans of Gulf County 'who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Jim Weant, Assist-
ant State Service Officer.
Weant will visit this area next
week for the -purpose of helping
veterans or their dependents in
filing claims for Compensation
Benefits or solving their insurance
problems. This free service indltdes
assistance to employers of iveter-


antlers. ans under the GI Bill, Vocatiltthl
Archers may continue to hunt on Training, !Subsistence or other
the Eglin area during the regular problems.
hunting season November 17-De- During his visit in this area
member 2, and December 15-Janu- Weant may be contacted -at the
ary 1 in a special area that is de- office of the County Service Offi-
signated for archers only. cer, 104 Bayview Drive, Highland
it View from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. on
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THE STAR, Port St. Jo, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1962
_____________ ,Most People 65 or Older Are Eligible


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.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -------- 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday)- ....-- 7:30 p.m.
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Most of us can't afford to throw
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John V. Carey, District Manager of
the Panama City Social Security
Office. He stated that he -was talk-
ing about those people who are 65
years of age or older and who have
Snot yet applied for their Social
Security benefits. Carey also stat-
ed that you don't have to retire
completely to draw Social Security
bneefits. A recent change in the
law makes it possible for many
mnre older oeonle to receive some


benefits even though they are con-
tinuing to 'work.
So, if you are between 65 and
72 an.d still working, you may be
eligible right now for some Social
Security benefits. (A person who


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A good example of this, *Carey
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who recently applied for his Social
Security Benefits. Mr. Jones'
monthly benefit is $70 a month-
$840 for the year. If Mr. Jones con-
,tinues to work, he can earn as
much as $1200 and still receive all
of his monthly Social Security
checks. If his 'earning are between
$1200 and $1700, he will give up
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over $1200. If, for example, his
earnings were exactly $1700 for the
year, he would give up $250 of ben-
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minus $250) from Social Security
in addition to his earnings.
Fo earnings of over $1700, he
would have $1.00 in 'benefits with-
held for each dollar 'earned. So he
could have earnings as high as
$2290 for the year before his So-
cial Security benefits washed out
completely.
Carey says that there are prob-
ably a number of older working
people in this area who are ac-
tually losing money because they
do not know these facts. Don't let
this happen to you. If you are a
working -person 65 or older and
have not inquired recently about
getting Social Security benefits,
you may be losing money. Get in
touch with your nearest Social Se-
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fice in Panama City is located at
Panama City is located at 1135
Harrison Avenue, telephone PO 3-
5331. Or, if you prefer, you may
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
CALVIN B. BROWN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Cal-
vin B. Brown, deceased, are here-
by notified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against said estate in the of-
fice of the 'County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
six (6) calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice. Bach claim or demand must
be in writing and must state the
place of residence and post office
address of the claimant 'and must
be sworn to by 'the claimant, his
agent, or his attorney, or it will
become void according to law.


October 1st, 1962. 1962. 4
/s/ SOLOMON W. BROWN CECIL G. COSTIN, Jr.
Administrator of the Estate Attorney for AdmuntltratOr.
of Calvin B. Brown, deceased.
First publication on October 4, OHOP AT HOM


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Tle Congressman e x p r essea of a rms. The time for talking is
mounting concern about the Cuban past."
situation stating: "The establish-
ment of a Russian naval 'base in United States' recognition of a
Cuba shows that this country should government in opposition to Cas-
be taking much more vigorous steps tro would provide a legal and ef-
than are now being taken. I have fective means of providing an in-
urged in strongest terms that the strument through which -freedom-
Administration do this. I 'do not loving Cubans could receive the
feel 'we can countenance a continu- assistance necessary to destroy the
ance of the Communist 'build-up in Communist grip on their island. A
Cuba and we must move more ade- Cuban government in exile would
quately to oust 'Castro 'and his re- also provide an effective contact


would serve as a symbol of staunch
opposition to the present regime
in Cuba.
A strict enjoinder of Represen-
tative Sikes' resolution is that the
U. S. 'will recognize only a Cuban
Revolutionary Government in Ex-
il whose avoiwed purpose is the
liberation of their country and the
immediate transfer of their power
to the Cuban people through free
elections.


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Sikes Calls for Recognition of Cuban Girls Auxiliaries Are
Revolutionary Government In Exile Feted At Tacky Party
The 11 aid 12 year old Girl's
Congressman Bob Sikes intro- gime. Auxiliary of the Long Avenue Bap-
duced in the U. S. House of Repre- "By recognizing a government tiL Cnu:rch 'were entertained with
sentatives last week a resolution in exile for Cuba and giving it full'a tcky V par'y Monday, Septembler
calling for official U. S. recognition support, a successful invasion or 214 t the home of Mrs. George Mc-
of a Cuban Revolutionary Govern- uprising can in time be sustained Lawhon.
ment in Exile. The purpose of this to overthrow Castro. In the mean- Girlr attending were Jennifer
action is to provide an effective time, the United States government
Cuban leadership against Castro. should 'take 'whatever steps are ne- with anti-Castro and anti-Red Cu-
.cessary to prevent further shipments bans still in their native land, and


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HE STARt. Port St. Joe, IoridS
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1962
Braxton, Dale Jackson, Charlotte
Marshall, Shelly Ramsey, Linda
Rycroft, Becky Boone and Becky
Hendrix.
Fried chicken, potato salad, tea,
cake and ice cream were erved by
the leaders, Mrs. McleaWhon and
Mrs. Barney Early.


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TH'E STAR, Port St. Joe, Flo-'Ida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1962

Minutes of the constituted leadership, authority
and responsibility in tne executive
County Commission offices of Uulf County in the event
of enemy attack, and to provide
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA for the continuation of essential
SepteWAH ber 25, 1962 unions of civil government dur-
ing such periods of emergency, the
The Board of County Commis- following procedures governing au-
sioners of Gulif County, Florida, tomatic interim emergency succes-
met this date in regular session sion to office in the event of the
'with the following members pros- unavailability of the duly elected
ent: E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, or appointed officials are hereby
Neva Croxton, Leo Kennedy, A. J. established:
Strickland and James H. Greer. 1. Each duly elected County Com-
The Clerk, Sheriff Attorney, Road missioners or other County Offi-
SuperintendeIlt, Mosquito Control cial shall designate, by title, if
,Supervisor and Civil Defense Direc- feasible, or 'by named person, not
tor were also present. less than three (3) nor more than
Walter Graham and S. C. Play- seven (7) emergency interim suc-
er, County Commissioners elect cessors to his office and specify
were also in attendance, their order of succession.
The meeting came to order at 2. It shall :be incumbent upon
6:30 p.m. The Chairman opened each County Commissioner and
the meeting with prayer, other elected County Official to
The Clerk read a letter from the review and revise -as necessary,
City of Werwahitchka requesting the designations of emergency in-
,the County to open the proposed term successors made pursuant to
street connecting Pine Street and this resolution.
,Cochran Landing Road. The Board 3. The Clerk of the Court shall
ordered said letter filed. maintain in current status *the list
After discussing House Bill No. of designees for emergency interim
669 (Chapter 59-447) Laws of Flor- succession to the elective offices
ida, there was a motion 'by Corn- of the County, and the order of
missioner Croxton, seconded by .neir succession.
Commissioner Kennedy and una- 4. The emergency interim suc-
nimously carried that the following cessor (designee) shall exercise
resolution be adopted by this the powers and ,discharge the ,du-
Board, to-wit: ties of the office to which .designat-
RESOLUTION ed until such time as the vacancy
To provide, in the event of attack created by the unavailability of the
upon the United States for the regularly elected official shall tbe
continuity o fthe executive func- filled in accordance with the Con-
tions of the government of Gulf situation or applicable Statutes or
,Ccunty, State of Florida, by the until the elected official (or 'a pre-
designation of additional officers ceding 'designate demer-gency in-
to serve for the duly elected or ap- term successor) again ,becomes
-pointed officials Gulf County when available to exercise the powers
such elected or appointed officials and discharge the duties of is of-
are unavailable., ice.
WHEREAS, there exists the pos-
sibility o an attack upon the Unit- 5. Designate .dmeergency interim
ed States of unprecedented size successors are empowered to exer-
ad destreuctivenesscand s ciso the powers and -discharge the
WHEREAS, as a result of such duties of the office to which des-
attack the duly elected or appoint- ignated only -after an at-tack on the
ed officials of Gulf County may be united States has occurred and
unavailable to discharge the leader- then only by reason .of the unaail-
ship, authority and responsibility, ability of the .regular incumbent or
of the office to which elected or ap- the immediately preceding desig-
pointed, and nated successor. Designated emer-
WHEREAS, due to the almost agency interim successors arere re-
certain disruption of communica- gained on the official roster of suc-
tions and other services of govern- cessors and in the established or-
ment it may be impracticable 'be- der of their succession at the plea-
cause of the urgency of the situa- sure of the 'designating authority,
tion to initiate and pursue the who may amenl or revise such
existing legal procedures for the roster with or without cause.
election or appointment of succes- 6. Designated emergency interim
sors to those officials unavailable successors shall upon designation
by reason of enemy attack, and take the same oath of office as
WHEREAS, it is considered im- prescribed for the duly elected of-
perative to provide for the effective icial 'with the further stipulation
operation of civil government un- that the designee .shall be empow-
der national emergency conditions ere dito exercise the powers and
to supply the necessary social ser- au.ies of such office only ir the
-vices to survivors of the attack; event of the unavailability of the
to sustain morale; restore econom- duly elected incumbent, or the im-
ic functions; resume essential .pro- mediately preceding successor,
duction, and facilities the earliest following enemy attack on the Uni-
'possibl erseumption of functions ted States. No other oath of office
temporarily suspended through ne- shall be required for succession to
cessity, and the office under ,the conditions
WHEREAS, HOUSE BILL NO. stated herein. (,end)
669 (C- ,pter 59-447 Florida Legisla- Commissioner Croxton, Chairman
ture r 095D, .enables political sub- for the Fire Commissioners of the
division's of the State of Florida to St. Joseph's Fire Control District
provide: through appropriate Reso- informed the Board that said Dis-
lution or Ordinance for emergency trict recommends to the Board of
interim succession to public office County Commissioners that the
to assure the continuation of es- White City Fire Department be
sential functions of the government paid $323.67 from funds held for the
of Gulf County under conditions of said St. Joseph's Fire Control Dis-
enemy attack, trict. After consideration, there
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- was a motion by Commissioner
,SOLVED by the Board of Commis- Croxton, seconded by Commission-
sioners of Gulf County, the legally er Greer 'and duly carried, to pay
constituted governing body there- over to the White City Fire De-
of, in official session, assembled apartment 'th'e 'sum of $323.67.
this the 25th 'day ;of September The Mosquito Control Supervisor
1962, that in order to assure legally presented a detailed work plan for


the 1962-63 year that has been ap- County a lease for four acres of
proved by the Florida State Board land in the Kenney Mill area, to
of Health. The same was ordered be used by the County by the Mos-
*filed. The Supervisor then present- quito Control Department; Civil '
ed his .plan for utilizing of the pro- Defense Department and County
perty leased from the St. Joseph's Road Department.
Land and Development Company The St. Joe Housing and Supply
and for the building purchased Company presented the Countp
from the St. Joe Housing and Sup- Company presented the Count3
ly Comanhe St. After much discus- with a 'bill of sale for all buildings
sion, the Board instructed the and structures located on the land
clerk to advertise for 796 feet of and Development Company for the
chain link fence and 65 squares of consideration of $1,500.00.
eight .toot tin .bids to be opened There being no further business,
at the .meeting of October 9, 1962. the meeting did then adjourn.
Commissioner Kennedy reported ATTEST:
that he, the Road Superintendent George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
and Mosquito 'Control Supervisor Clerk Chairman
attended the State Association of
C.JUUU-t Cv mrm i,,suntn i .r V N PP1i


county Uommissioners M0 e ting
held in Miami Beach on .September
16 through 19; 'that the meeting
was filled ith informative sessions;
that Della Dodd, an ex-communist
gave an outstanding address on
communism and that upon Commis-
sioner Kennedy's motion, this ad-
dress will be reproduced on tape
for each County in the State in
order that schools, churches, .Fra-

ternal and civil organizations may
use this information.
The following names were plac-
ed on the Mother's Pension roll:
Inez Bright, $6.00; Mrs. J. L.
Maddox, $3.00; Dollie V. Weeks,
$6.00; Virginia Armstrong, $12.00;
Josie Odom, $6.00.
The .St. Joseph Land and Devel-
opment .Company presented the


IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
MANNING BRYANT SMITH,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE OF ADMINISTRATOR
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that I have filed
my final returns as Administrator of the
estate of Manning Bryant Smith, deceased;
that I have filed my petition for final dis-
charge, and that I will apply to the Honor-
able Sam P. Husband, County Judge of
Gulf County. Florida, on October 15, 1962.
for approval of the same and for final
discharge as administrator of the estate of
Manning Bryant Smith, deceased.
September 8, 1962.
/s/TOM FLEMING SMITH,
Administrator of Estate of
Manning Bryant Smith, deceased.
Cefil G. Costin, Jr.
Attorney for Administrator 4t-9-18

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SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE!

The St. Joseph Telephone and Telegraph Com-
pany is putting on a big sale on extension telephones
and colored telephones in Port St. Joe and The Bea-
ches. There will be no installation charge on new
extension telephones installed or ordered during the
month of October. (Regular installation charge is
$5.00).
Also, if a colored telephone is ordered as an ex-
tension, the only charge will be $7.50 installation
charge instead of the usual $12.50 and if a colored
telephone is ordered to replace an existing black tele-
phone, the only installation charge will be $7.50 in-
stead of the usual $9.75.
Just think! You can get an extension telephone
either in black or color without having to pay an in-
stallation charge and it will cost you only the small
amount of $1.50 per month.
Why not order an extension telephone during the
month of October to be installed as a Christmas gift
for some loved one.

Call the Local Telephone Office to Place Your Order,
Or for Further Information.


St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Co.

Port St. Joe, Florida


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We wonder if the Government is going to be as diligent
in securing admission for a white youth seeking to enter the
University, but failing to pass the entrance exam? After
all, such a youth desiring an education is just as entitled to
that education as Meredith is.


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By The Star Publishing Company
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DIAL 227-3161 POSTOFFICE BOx 808
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, October 4, 1962


EDITORIAL


TRAGEDY OF FORCE
It is a tragedy of these times that the Kennedy admin-
istration has directed against the State of Mississippi' and
its officials a vast show of Federal power, intimidation and
judicial authority that is, in the opinion of many, operating in
the manner of a steam roller.
All this for Mississippi, a State of the Union populated
by patriotic and tax-paying American citizens, but nothing
even remotely like it for the situation only 90 miles away
in Cuba that threatens the very security and safety of the
United States.
The Kennedys President John and Attorney General
Bobby have sent government lawyers and marshals to
Mississippi to give Governor Ross Barnett a rough time in
his efforts to keep one 29-year-old Negro out of the Uni-
versity of Mississippi. They, along with the Federal courts
which rule the way the Kennedys and the NAACP want, have
intimidated many lesser officials, notably the ones running
Ole Miss. The limitless powers and vast resources of the
Federal government are arrayed against them. The courts
-special ones and big ones-have declared that Mississippi
can't do anything but submit. The whole book is being
thrown at the State of Mississippi and its duly elected offi-
cials from the Governor on down because Mississippi doesn't
think the Federal government has the right to take over its
educational system. But nothing like it is being done or said
about Fidel Castro, who took over Cuba by force and turned
it into a military base for Soviet Russia, an open and avowed
enemy of the United States. The Kennedys and associates
are going to teach the State of Mississippi and its people---as
well as other Southerners a lesson about jumping when
the Federal government so demands. But, not one word,
much less action, that would offend Castro and his Com-
munist associates.
They talk about the Constitution and say Mississippi
is violating it by not opening the classrooms at Ole Miss
to one Negro who isn't, after all, really interested in educa-
tion so much as in agitation. They make a big display of
force and even greater intimidation, all designed to whip a
sovereign State of the United States into line to conform
with their notions and the notions of judges regarding the
Constitution. Yet, they've written off the Monroe Doctrine
in regards to Cuba.
So, here we have the Kennedy administration giving the
people and State of Mississippi more trouble and a greater
show of Federal force than they dare give Russia and Castro,
acknowledged and boastful enemies of the United States.
One other thing is conspicuous in this situation. The Ken-
nedys are Democrats, the President himself being the titu-
lar head of the Democratic party. Why haven't Southern
Democrats in and out of Congerss, with the exception of
those from Mississippi, come out and denounced this ram-
pant display of force by the head Democrats? They're all
of the same party. If, as they declare at every election time,
they have great influence in the councils of the party and
in the government when it is run by Democrats why can't
they stop this mess in Mississippi? Why don't they speak
out against it?
-Dothan Eagle

Of course, Governor Ross Barnett had a perfect "out"
if he had but spent a few minutes with his Legislature pas-
sing a couple of local bills. The Governor could have chang-
ed the name of the state of Mississippi to "Cuba" and Barnett
could have legally changed his own name to "Fidel Castro",
and he would have been as safe as a bug in a rug.

Had "Mr." Meredith seriously and sincerely wanted an
education that he could get at the University of Mississippi,
we would say let him meet the examination requirements
and enroll to get his education. But, trying to enroll in
a school (founded to teach young people to lead the nation)
merely to prove that he can or to cause the trouble that Mere-
dith did, we say he is as bad as any criminal that ever walked.
He proved his point at the cost of three human lives and
better than 75 people hurt, some of them seriously. That's
a precious price paid to prove a point.


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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1962 Boyles, first place; Carps, Flor-Ithis organization, join and put farm families and our county as a MISS MAVIS KENNEDY 'at St. Regis Paper Company. She
lida National Bank, Nedleys and their shoulders to the wheel as whole. EMPLOYED IN JACKSONVILLE has spent two weeks 'vacation with
Sands Bar 7 9 .527 Frank and Dots are tied for sec-'active members. Yon't you consider contacting Miss Mavis Kennedy has return- her mother amd family. Miss Ken-
Pridgeon Agcy. 6 10 .754 ond place. WJOE is in third place. The field is wide open and the President Marvin Pitts of Honey- ed to work at Jacksonville where nedy is a graduate of Port :St. Joe
Pylant's --__ 6 10 .522 ------ possibilities unlimited for our ville community and Mrs. Ruel Y. sl- is presently employed as .secre- High School.
Custom Shop 5 11 .665 Bure u Sets working together on good .projects Griffin, secretary treasurer and tary 'to the sales service manager
uFar Bureau Sets s which will be of mutual benefit to join?

Sshool League Membership Drive -FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
ByROBERTMARLOW FARM BUREAU MEETING PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH tersectionMonument and Constitution..
The Jaycee High School bowling FARM BUREREV THOMAS HARRIS, D.D., MnltAU MEETING
League got off to a good start. This Gulf County Farm Bureau will Garrison at 20th
is the second week of the 35 week hold its annual membership meet- Prayer Service (Wednesday) 745 P.M. Church School 9:4 AM.
season, ign in Wewahitchka at the Corn- Prayer Service (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M. Church School 9:45 A.
The first week Boyles and Ned- munity Center 'at 5:00 p.m., CST, Sunday School -- 10:00 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
The first week Boyles and Ne Friday, October 5 and have a free Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
leys were on alleys one an dtwo. charcoal hamburger supper, busi- Evening Worship ___ 7:45 P.M. Methodist Youth Fellowship .....-......--..... 6:30 P.M.

Nedleys took three away nrom ness meeting and good program. "Souls Harbor in the Port Area" Evening Worship 8:00 P.M.
Carps were on alleys three B and All members and prospective mem- Rev. Joel S. McGraw, Pastor .
four. Florida Bank took all four. ed tors attre urged and cordially .vit- Comfortably Air-Conditioned


Frank and Dot's and WJOE were
on alleys five and six. WJOE had
to forfeit.
This .past week Carps and Frank


Gulf County Farm Bureau, now
about 60 members strong, is a
growing organization and dedicated


and Dots were on alleys one and to mutual benefit for farm famil-
two. Carps .took all four. Nedleys ies of our county, by providing an
and WJOE were on alleys three avenue through which our rural
an four. David Roche was a big people can work together on corn-
help to WJOE who took 3 with his mon-interest programs and activi-
201 game. Florida Naltonal Bank ties, making their voices heard by
and Boyles were on alleys five and organized action.
six. Boyles took all four. Frankie Any and all of our local .families,
Scott was hot for Boyles and bowl- connected with farming, even in a
ed a 210. He had .a 512 series. The very limited way, are ,encouraged
team standings are 'as follows, to investigate the possibilities in


BOWLING

NEWS

MERCHANT'S LEAGUE
By D. L. SICKMON
- Allie sone 'and two saw Pat's
Wonder Bar jump on, Pate's Shell
Service for four games in Monday's
action.
Pat's topped Pate's with Billy
Joe Davis turning In high score
with a 579 series taking high ser-
ies over the alleys. His third game
was a big 264 which he won a set
of cuff links from Thames Jewelry
iStore valued at $8.33. Nice start
for Pat's new man 'and a very nice
prize.
Jake Koller took the second slot
just behind Davis, which was the
first time this season for Jake. His
series was 53.4.
Pate's top gun, a return from the
USN. was Billy Joe Richards with
a 523 series. John Akins, in his sec-
ond week of bowling, took second
place with a 447.
Floyd Chevrolet met the Prid-
geon Agency -on alleys three and
four with Floyd's taking three of
the four games.
Pridgeon's/"had Murdock in the
first 'slot with a 483 series, White-
ihurst followed with a 424.
Sonny Floyd led his team with
a 462 series. The next man to him
was George Small with a 381.
Sands Bar, on alleys five and six
took three games from the Custom
Shop. The Custom Shop had Ralph
Ward back in action rolling a big
564 series. Good to see him back
-this year. Richardson followed
Ralph with -a 374 series.
The Sands Bar was led by
Wayne Smith 'with a 530. William-
son followed with a 434. Wayne
might bring his team through a fine
season.
Alleys seven and eight held Py-
lant's and Phillip's 66 with Phil-
lip's taking three over Pylant's.
Pylant's -top man was Ray Medlin
,with a 534 followed 'by Troy Gay's
41-0. Phillip's was led by Jensen's
479 and Moss 'close behind with a
452.
Pylatn's and Pridgeons met on
-seven and -eight for 'a make up
game resulting in Pylant's taking
Pridgeon's for three games.
Pridgeon's first slot was occu-
pied by Murdock, as usual, with a
503 series. Yank Zimmerman fol-
lowed with a close 496.
Pylant's had Ray Medlin in first
place again with a 572 series. Troy
Gay's 462 series was right behind


Medlin.
TEAM STANDINGS
Team W L
Pa"s Wonder Bar 15 1
Phillip's 66 ... 10 6
Floyd Chev. 8 8
Pate's ,Shell ... 7 9


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE
By LAMAR MOORE
The Laboratory got "took" three
points to one, by the Box Plant.
The Pulp Mill blasted Glidden 4 to
0, the Paper Mill' owled like league
champions and 'blasted Electric Me-
ter 3 to 1 'and Back Maintenance
overpowered a good Vitro crew 3
to 1.
-11l five Box Plant bowlers did
very well in 'taking 3 points from
Laboratory. Lee Taylor led the
way 'at 410 and' -was followed close-
ly by Ted Beard and Alto Worley
at 389. Dave 'Sprague -'was ahead of
-his average with a 394. John Brown
was somewhat cool -at 377.
The chemists missed Martin
Britt. Tom Parker managed to take
up some slack and was a big fac-
tor in the one game the lab did win
when he hit a 153 game. Charley
Marshall rolled a good series and
was king pin at 442. Jess Mamoran
had a good night at 429. Jees is
much improved over last season.
Tom Parker threw in -a series of
370 and Keith Ward was 347 for
his night's work. Tom Thornton
had a poor excuse for his series of
358. Tom sadi his ball had holes
inl It.


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1962


On lanes three and four, a pow-
erful Pulp Mill team convinced
Glidden that 'they were bowling
the first place team. Foy Adams
was more than Glidden could take
when he went out of control and
destroyed 519 pins. Foy 'was a car-
ton of drinks better off when the
big fellow had five strikes in, a
row. Joe "The Surgeon" Davis did
his usual good operation as he car-


BOWLING


NEWS /o


*:. .:. .:.


ved up a 496. La-mar Moore follow- Back Maintenance and Rod "Oil
ed jot at 475. Darrell Strickland Can" Jensen were more than Vitro
and George Hunter were well over could; track on alleys 7 and 8.
300. There wasn't any handicap in their
Bob Delair won the coffee prize -match, Rod Jensen wishes every-
when he went 159 pins above aver- one to know that, and to know that
age. Bob was the best Glidden had he made the magic "500" for the
at 438. Sonny Dean started out first 'time this season. John, McKen-
great but wound up something less zie, Buford Griffin and Nelson Gar-
at 394. Winton Farrell helped some dner were over 400. Archie Wei-
but not quite enough at 380. Dick morts continues to improve at 356.
Sweitzer is still having a hard time Vitro helped themselves to the
getting started at 364. A bad start final game 701 to 658. Bill Tew had
often has a good 'ending Dick. Lou a good night at 460. Randy McCl'ain
"No excuse" Little was real cold did all he could at 436. Whitey
at 361. Whtehurst saved face in the final
:. match 'when he came :,p with a
After losing the first match, 684 169 to total his series at 410. Dan-
to 741, the Paper Mill blasted off ny M'addox is coming on up at 366
and went into orbit against Elec- for a good improvement over .last
trick Meter. Two big games of 809 week. R. L. Kennedy was off at
365.


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Pulp Mill 14 2
Box Plant 9 7
Back Maintenance 9 7
Vitro Services ______ 9 7
Laboratory 7 9
Gliilden 6 10
Paper MKll 6 10
Electric Met-er -.-. 4 12
Annual Staff Begins the
Production of '63 Book
Members of the Port St. Joe High
School Annual Staff have begun
the production of 'the 1963 Monu-
ment. It is the wish of all mem-
bers to make this year's Monument
bigger and better than ever before.
Yearbooks 'are sold to students
at almost one-half the actual cost;
therefore, 'the -difference has to be
made by the Annual staff. One way
of making this difference is by
se ing advertisements to interest-
ed me-rchants. The fact that a ma-
jority of adults in Port 'St. Joe are
influenced ,by these 'advertisements
was indicated in a survey made by
'the Annual staff.
Representatives of the Annual
staff will contact each merchant
and give him an opportunity to
place 'am advertisement in .the 1963
Monument, Saturday, October 6.


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and 808 were good for three points.
All five Paper Mill boys were over
400. Billy Joe Davis was high for
the night at 568. I don't know what
has happened to Billy Joe but I do
know some other teams, who are
worried. Bill "The Barber" Whaley
showed 456 and Bill Henderson
tossed in a 453 series. Bill Banks
did well at 428 'but Bill Mills was
somewhat cool at 396.
Sonny Counts did all he could to
save face for Electric Meter. Son-
ny had a 481. Dave Jones had his
strategy all planned out 'and it
worked to perfection at 442. Jimmy
Harrison is finally getting the hang
of it and showed much improve-
ment at 406. Jay W. Bouington suf-
fered his first bad night at 364. Fer-
rell "Safety" Allen was safe at
294.


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BOWLING

NEWS
COMMERCIAL LEAGUE
By JAKE KOLLER
The St. Joe Stevedores let Cos-

team both offensively and defen-


tin's know that this year is going THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1962
to be a lot rougher to hold first
place down by taking three out of On 'alleys five and six we saw Apalachicola Airport. One field con.
four points. Neither team broke Michigan Chemical take it on the sitting of 120 acres planted In mal-
any records during their match but cnir again, losing three points to let. Open for hunting every day
the whole thing added up to Cos- Roches. Wayne iSmith led the and requires a $1.00 daily permit
tin's doing worse than the Steve- Roche team with a league leading Jackson County-Located on the
does. High .man for the winners series of 621. Lou Little hit the Apalachee Wildlife Management
was Jim Atkinson with a 501, Ted mark for one game with his 211 Area 'and the Apalachee Correction
Grabowski was second with a 469. game and 452 series. Grady Dean al Institution lands. Consisting o1


were David Wood, Jimmy Cox and
RadiO Series V'S Play Second Maurice Fuller. Scoring touchdowns
for -the Purple team was Jimmy

Set for WJOE Intra-Squad Game Cox and David Wood. Other boys
!playing well for the Purple team
"The Search", a new weekly ra- The Port St. Joe Junior High both offensively and defensively
dioe series, is now broadcast over football team played their second were Eddie McFarland, John W.
Station WJOE at 1:00 p.m. on each intra-squad game of the season last Maddox, Andrew Trammell, Alan
Sunday. The Radio station and the Saturday morning with the purple Humphrey, Larry Branch, Tommy
Episcopal Church produce the ser- team scoring their second victory Wright, Donnie Smith, Rodney
les as a public service, according by the score of 14-7. 1 Bowdoin, Jimmy Cox, Maurice Ful'-
to the Rev. Haryr Babbit, Rector Outstanding offensively for the' ler, Wayne Pate, Bryon Baxley,
of Sf. James', Port St. Joe. purple team, led by quarterbacks Jimmy Lester, Ricky Thursbay, Al
Robert Young will be the pro- Bowdoin, Atchison and Hendrix Scheffer, Scott Holding, Bobby
gram's permanent host, appearing 'Elizey, J. C. Maddox, Tom-my At-
weekly, and will also enact star- marriage and divorce, family, chison, Jerry Nichols and Sidney
ring roles in various plays from health and sickness, employment, Dykes.
time to time. and old age. Outstanding for 'the White team
.This award-winning series is de- Other stellar performers who led by quarterbacks Smith, Rutland
signed to combine entertaining will take part in "The Search", and Anderson were Johnny Rogers,
stories with underlying, purposeful plays in future weeks include Jo- Charles Williams, Freddy Wise.
themes covering realistic every-day seph Cotten, Charlie Ruggles, Ag- Scoring the touchdowns and extra
;problems of people today in such nes Moorehead, Rosemary DeCamp, I point ways Johnny Rogers. Other
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1st PRIZE: Goodyear 3-T Nylon All-Weather

2nd PRIZE: Goodyear 3-T Nylon All-Weather '42' I RE

You Do Not Have To Be Present To Win


led Michigan with 485 and Ray
Medlin had one of his off nights
and rolled an even 450 series.
STANDINGS
Team W L
St. Joe Stevedores -.---- -.. 7 1
Costin's 8 4
Basil's Standard ---------.... 7 5
Fla. National Bank -- ..-- 4 4
Roche's Furniture ----- 4 8
Michigan Chemical ---. 2 10


Special Hunt Areas

For Doves 'Listed


800 acres ,planted in corn. Open
for hunting every day 'and requires
a $5.00 public hunt permit.


Terry Porter Gets

ROTC Promotion
Terry E .Porter a, member of the
Air Force Reserve Officer Training
Program, has been promoted to the
position of Cadet Officer Training
School, with the rank of Cadet War-
rant Officer, is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Porter, Sr., who reside
at Palatka. The Porters -are former
residents of Port St. Joe.
He is majoring in th-e school of
education, and will be commission-


With the opening of the first por- ed as a Second Lieutenant in. June,
tion of the Florida dove season Sat- 1964.
urday, Florida hunters will have
an opportunity to hunt dove on 45
experimental public dove fields dur-
ing the 1962-63 hunting season. The
fields consisting of more than 3,-
715 acres are located in 12 counties
and will require a $2.00 daily per-
mit with the exception of fields in
Jackson and Franklin Counties,
and the Eglin Air Force Reserva-
tion, according to A. D. Aldrich, di-
rector, Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission.
Experimental dove fields in this THE STAR
area are: PHONE 7-3161
Franklin County-- Located on the

OU IZL FIND IT IN IAE





FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart. ward Ave. Priced for quick sale,
ment f6r couple only. 1621 Monu- $11,000.00. Presently FHA financed.
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641. If interested phone 227-5261, George
H. Wimberly, Jr. etfc 10-4
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house, liv-
ing room, dining room, TV room, MOVING? Think of MAYFLOWER.
utility room, carport, unfurnished. Let SURPLUS SALES of ST.
At Dixie Belle Motel. C. W. Long, JOE handle your moving and stor-
Phone 227-4686. age problems. Free estimates, lo-
cal and long distance. Experienced,
FOR RENT: Very nice furnished 2 responsible. Phone 227-2011, or
bedroom house with garage and come in' and see us at SURPLUS
yard, 1507 Monument. Phone 648- SALES of :ST. JOE, 201 Monument
3472. 2tp-9-6 Ave., Port St. Joe, across from
,the Post Office.
FOR RENT: Furnished one bed-
room house and two bedroom ,side NOW AVAILABLE: "The Great
duplex furnished. Two 2-bedroom Tide" by Rublea Hall. Historical
houses furnished. St. Joe Beach. novel based on facts and customs

Smith's Pharmacy. tic-9-13 present here in yesterday years.
Price $4.95 (plus tax). Mrs. R. H.
FOR 'RENT: Nice 2 bedroom un- Brinson or Buzzett Drug Store.
furnished duplex apartment, $35. Phone 227-5756 or 227-3371.
mo. 617 Woodward Ave. Call Gene
Halley, 222-0550 or write 2108 Croy- WANTED: First class waitress
den Dr., Tallahassee. tfc-9-20 over 21. Year round job. Apply
in person only at Gulf Sands Res-
FOR RENT: One bedroom and taurant. tte-9-20
private bath. Living room and
TV room privilege. 528 corner of WANTED: Experienced motel maid
Sixth St. and Wiodward. 2tp Steady work. Apply in perso-
[ only at Gulf Sands Court. ttc-9-20
FOR RENT: Private room and
bath. Everything furnished. 511 SERVICES OFFERED
7th St. Phone 227-4241. tfc-10-4 I will do part or full-time book-
keeping in my home or at you7-
FOR RENT: Furnished house. 3 place of business. Experienced
bedroom, 2 (bath. On hiway. Bea- in a' types of book work. Typ-
con Hill. Ph. 648-4238. tfc-10-4 ing work done neatly and correct.
R. W. HENDERSON, Phone 229-
FOR SALE: 26 foot cabin cruiser, 1716.
new paint, fast .Can 'be seen at
Sawyer's Boat Works, Apalachi- WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116.
cola. 3tc 9-20 THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
FOR SALE: Two 125'x50' adjoiningg h ir 8:00 a Amnd eorir Io
lots in firstt block at St. Joe iHome.
Beach. See Ferrel Allen, Jr., at
129 Hunter Circle. tfc-8-16 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Moet
FOR SALEWurltzer piano, Ital- every Wednesday night, 8:00 p.m.
an rovenal style. Re-posses- ss09 thSt.port
sion, take up payments. Also Wur- St. Joe, Fla. Phon e 229-1241 for
litzer organ Italian provencial style further information or writP..
used for short while as demonstra- Box 535. tt
tor. De-humidifier for pianos and SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
organs. Call 227-2931. .tfc-8-30 O. F.-Meets second and fourth
LOTS FOR SALE: in Oak Grove. Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Down payment $25.00 and $25.00 Legion Hall. All members urged to
per month. Contact M. P. Tomlin- attend.
son. Phone 227-3201 for further in- Noeie Grand: Emmett Daniell
formation. 8tc-8-30 Secretary: J. C. Martin.
FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom EPTIC TANKS Tumped oat. Call
brick home, 1031 Long Ave. Ph. Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
648-4128, J. A. Mira. tiick expert service. tt
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 1301 R. A. M.-Regular convocation ot
Woodward Ave. FHA approved. St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
Low down payment. Phone 227- M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
3751. tfc-6-28 ing companions welcome.
Everett McFarland, High Priest
(RF SALE: 2 bedroom house on Edgar Smith, Secretary
1 95x75 ft. lot. Back yard completely
enclosed with chain link fence. THERE WILL BE a regular eow
Plenty of shade and located in a munication of Pirt St. Joe Lodge
well established neighborhood. See No. 111, F. & A. M. every first aad
Ferrell Allen, Jr. at 129 Hunter third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
Circle. tfc-5-31
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford pick-up %- 4
to truck. In good condition. 906 ROY L BURCH, W. M.
10th Street. Phone 227-2516. 2tp ROY K. BLACKSHBAR, See
-- All Master Masons cordially Invitd
WILL SELL outright or trade for -
smaller car, 1955 Pontiac Star NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Chief in good condition. Phone Notice is hereby given that the
227-7816. general partnership between John
Edenfield and Garland Dunlap, dba
FOR SALE: Fully automatic sew- Gulf Sales Company, has been dia
ing machines only $169.95. We solved, effective as of September
take anything of value as down 8, 1962, by the withdrawal of John
payment. Easy terms. SURPLUS Edenfield therefrom. From and af-
SALES SEWING CENTER (across te rsaid date, Gulf Sales Company
from Post Office.) Ph. 227-2011. tf will be operated by Garlind Dun-
RICH MANI POOR MANI Beggar lap as sole proprietor, and claims
upRICH MAN POOR MAN! Beggaon the Company purportedly in-
man! Thief! Sold 40 dozen roses curred by it on or after that date
at Ed's last week! Don't be disap- will ,be honored only if they have .
pointed! Call 227-8881 today and re- been authorized by Garland Dun-
serve your dozen any color roses lap. 4tc-9-20
for only $1.49 loose cash and car-
ry. Long stem red roses only $2.98
dozen. NOTICE
FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom home As of September 24, 1962, I will
in excellent condition, with den, no longer be responsible for debts
tile bath, wall to vall carpet in liv- incurrel other than those person-
ing room. Many other extras to go ally approved by myself. 4t-9-27
f with sale. Located at 1310 Wood- GEORGE A. TURNAGE


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sively were Alfred Rudd, Mitch Jake Koller was high man for the
Johnson, Randall Pitts, Dalton Tull, losers with a 486 followed by Tom-
Jerome Barnes, Gary Davis, Mark my Pridgeon's 470.
Rutland, Johnny Rogers, Charles Florida National Bank pulled all
Williams, Freddy Wise, Larry Cox, the stops out last week and slam-
Larry Taylor, Lamar Orrell, Wayne med Basil's .Standard Station for
Dozier, Tommy Adams, Johnny four ibig points. Billy Joe Richards
Martin, Knapp Smith, Jim Fensom, paced his winners rolling a 221
Thomas O'Brian, Jimmy Stafford, game. Jim Rabon helped a lot with
Freddy Anderson and Billy Carr. his 480 pin's on his 120 average
The Junior High will play their Basil's hit its low this year with
third intra squad game tonight at no one getting above 450. Lee Tay-
7:30. Admission will be 10c. Come lor led Basil's with his 440 follow-
ou" and support the Junior Sharks. ed by Griffins 438.