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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 11, 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 Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


PORT ST. JOu, FLURIsA


MONEY TALKS-Let's kasp ,.
It where v.e can speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchant


NOM e AM r~ RnnAlJ '%.s..u.. 114'().;P NUMAIIIL lOJF 4


New City Commissioners Take Oath of Office From Clerk


COMMISSIONERS SWORN IN-City Au- the oath from left to right are Commis-
ditor and Clerk, Jack Williams (far right) sioner Tom S. Coldewey, Mayor Frank
officially swears in Port St. Joe's two new Hannon and Commissioner John Robert
Commissioners and Mayor-Commissioner Robert Smith. All three will serve a two
at a recent meeting of the Board. Taking year term which began October 1.


"Toys for Tots"

Program Gets

Underway Today

The Port St. Joe Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce opens Its an-
nuat"'Toys for Tots" program be-
ginning today, Thursday, October
11.
As in the past, the Jaycees
have repaired, re-conditioned and
bepalnted the many toys donated
by the merchants, various civic
organizations, and the people of
the community, and with the help
of the ministers have distributed
them among the unfortunate chil-
dren at Christmas-time. The ef-
forts and time donated by the
Jaycees have been repaid many
times by the happiness these
gifts have given the receivers.
Donations of toys will be taken
at Basil's Standard Station. Call
Bill Brown, 7,8581, Hulon Mitch-
ell, 7-4696 or contact any Jay-
cee member and they will gladly
call by your home to pick any
toys that you may wish to do-
natq.


Overloaded Cord

Causes House Fire

An overloaded extension cord was
the apparent cause of a fire which
'broke out in the home of Ches Gant
on Avenue A Saturday night about
8:00 p.m.
Volunteer firemen answered the
fire alarm and were able to mini-
mize damage to the home.
Fire from the electric cord, which
was in a bedroom, set 'bedcloth
afire, which were carried outside
and, extinguished. Most of the dam-
age to the home resulted from
smoke. '


Funeral services were held at
11:00 a.m. Tuesday morning for
Joseph S. Grimsley, age 74, who
passed away Sunday, October 7 fol-
lowing a lingering illness.
The services were conducted by
the Rev. J. C. Carmichael assisted
by Rev. T. S. Harris and the Rev.
C. Byron Smith, from the First Me-
thodist Church in Port St. Joe.
Mr. Grimsley had lived here in
Port St. Joe with his family for
.many years.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Senora M. Grimsley; one son, Glenn'
of Perry; one daughter, Mrs. Carol
Josephine Lewis of Ringoes, N. J.;
six grandchildren; four sisters,
Mrs. P. 0. Martin, Enterprise, Ala.,
Mrs. R. E. Thagard, Dosier, Ala.,
Mrs. Moses Freeman, Cuth'bert,
Ga., and Mrs. Della Singletary, En-
terprise, Ala.
Serving as active pallbearers
were: Lamar Jordan, Earl Sasser,
John Robert Smith, Floyd Roberts,
Leonard Belin and H. W. Griffin.
Serving as Honorary Pallbearers
'were the Willis V. Rowan, Post 116
American Legion and the Legion
Auxiliary.
Interment was in Holly Hill Cem-
etery at Port St. Joe.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments.


Rotary Sees Shark

Football Movie

Coach Marion Craig- showed the
Port St. Joe Rotary Club movies of
the Marianna-Port St. Joe football
game last Thursday at 'the regular
meeting. Craig showed how the
athletic 'department uses -the films
of games to improve the playing
calibre 'of the team.
The veteran high school coach
explained that under the eye of.the
camera, mistakes in play are shown
that otherwise go undetected and
individual players are then coached
to eliminate the playing habits,
that are being performed wrong.
Guests of the club Thursday were
Diane LeHardy, Robert Downs,
Bobby Wiley and Tommy *Sisk.
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Senate Restores

Canal Money

The Senate Appropriations Com-
mittee last week restored 'the
$205,000 planning fund for the
cross-Florida barge canal in ap-
proving an appropriations bill for
fiscal 1963 allowing $18 million for
state projects.
The barge canal money knocked
out in the House earlier, was re-
instated at the urging of Sen. Spes-
sard Holland.
Also included in the :money hill
was $500,000 for work on the Apala-
chicola River channel,


Jr. Sharks Game


The Port iSt. Joe Junior High
football teams played their second
intra-squad game of the season last
Thursday night. The purple team
came through with their third win
by the score of 14-7.,
Led by quarterbacks Bowdoin
and Atchison and the running of
backs Fuller, Smith and Cox, the
purple team took a 7-0 half time
lead. Late in the second half, half-
back Smith took a hand-off from
quarterback Atchison and went in-


The Sharks lost their fourth of the season, having been shut out
game of the season in a 62-6 rout in their three previous games. Half-
at the hands of defending North- back Bill Vervacke scored the six
west Florida Champions, Milton pointer for the Sharks on a two
yard plunge after passes set upn


last Friday night.
The Panthers are undefeated in
their drive for their second consec-
utive crown. They will meet unde-
feated Marianna Friday night in
what will virtually ibe the champ-
ionship game. However, Marianna
is not expected to be a serious
threat to the loaded Milton team.
The game with Milton wasn't a
complete loss for the Sharks. They


'managed to score their first TD


the marker.
Tomorrow night the Sharks tra-
-vel to De Funiak Springs with a
game against another powerful
conference foe. The Walton Braves
have been running pretty rough-
shod over most all their opponents
so far this season and will be look-
ing for vengeance against the
Sharks who have manhandled the
Braves pretty handily the past few
years.


to the


end zone for the purple


teams second touchdown. Jimmy
Cox scored the extra point, putting
the purple team in the lead, 14-Q.
The white team led .y q.uarter-
backs Rutland and Smith, an4 the
running of Rogers, Williams and
Antley were in the purple team's
territory most of the night, but
could not score. Late in the 'game
Rogers ran 70 yards for a touch-
down, but was called back due to


'Trick or Treat'

Candy On Sale
The Jaycees are currently sell-
ing bags of Hallowe'en "trick or
treat" candy to raise money to
help to finance their annual
Christmas basket project.
The bags of candy contain 114
pieces of individually wrapped
candy and sell for $1.00 a sack,
The candy may be purchased
from any member of the Jay-
cees.


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County Offers Resolution In



Favor Of Proposed State Park



JAYCEES ANNUAL BICYCLE RODEO Bids Let For Gas,

IS SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY Oil and Fencing

The Port .St. Joe Junior Chamber Jesse V. Stone, Gulf County
of Commerce, with the cooperation Shark Boosters Chairman of the Constitution
of the Port St. Joe Police Depart- Park Historical Monument
moment and the Elementary 'School. *PlH A i*ri *
will stage a ,bicycle rodeo at 9:00 Plan ActivitieS Advisory Council appeared
a.m. Saturday, October 13, at the before the County Commis-
Elementary School. hark Boosters met last Thurs- sion Tuesday asking that
Open to all Eliementary School day night following a week filled body to give active support to
children, the competition wil tea. with committee work. Projects cur- a movement now launched to
ture a riding course designed to rently in progress are painting of get a 2,000 acre state park on
test a bike rider's skill in maneu- concessions stands at the field and St. Joseph Spit.
vering his vehicle while following repair work on the press 'box. Plans tone presented the Commission
the rlles for bicycle safety, are being drawn for a proposed with two sample ordinances his
sprinkler system for the field along group wished passed by the Bosar
In addition, the Jaycees will ap- with plans for adequate draingeto urge the U. S. Department of
ply reflective marking tape to the of the field and parking area. The torge rteU.s. eprmend fr
bikes for nighttime safety. Prizes Shark Boosters will 'also furnish Inverlopmenr to releaated that the land forde-
will be given to a boy and girl in the labor for the construction of elda Board of Ppmen. He tatd that the Flor-ic
grades 1-3 and 4-6 who score! high. three-foot chain length fences to Pda Boart ow Parks and Historic
.st in the competition, go around 'the field. This fence s Memorials was "ready" to construct
a fine park on this property that
This is the second annual Port being purchased jointly by the Kl- "would attract thousands of tour.
St. Joe bicycle rodeo and is part wanis Club and the County. A com- ists and campers to this area".
f a nationwide "Lite.A-Bike" pro- mittee was appointed to survey and
am of btiowicycle "afitA-Bike" pro- offer suggestions for improvements The Board agreed to adopt the
dactl by the tU. S. Junior Cham- for the ladles restroom at the field. Resolutions and forward them to
ted by the Junior Cha- The general meeting adjourned to the proper authorities.
watch the Junior High intra-squad
This same competition will be game. The Board then got into a dis-
staged on October 20 at the High- The membership of the newly cussion as to how a road would be
land View Elementary 'School. formed organization now stands at financed to serve the park site.
Ii 70. A membership drive is current- Stone said that the Park Service
Sy in progress and anyone interest- would construct 'all roads inside
Ca er SOCiety ed should contact Paul Fensom or the park itself, but that an access
M'arion Prker. Membership dues road would have to be built from
Set Annual are 5.600 annually. -e State Roa 3-A to the park proper-
The next meeting will be held ty.4It @a unCiertain. as to whether
Mee*tn Mo tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Port St. Joe such a road would be built with
eeting Monday High School auditorium. The Mar- county funds,. secondary funds or
lanna-St. Joe game film will be state primary funds.
The Gulf County Unit of the shown. Bids Let
American Cancer Society will hold The County let two bids in Tues-
Its annual meeting Monday, Octo- Fire Damages Home At day's meeting.
ber 15 at 8:00 p.m. in the Episcopal Simmons Bayou Monday The Standard Oil Company of
Parish House. All officers, direct- Port St. Joe was lowbidder on fur-
ors and volunteers are urged to at- Fire of an undetermined origin nst.aewasolioe and oil to be
tend. The meeting is also open to badly damaged a home at Simmons fishing all gasoline e and oil to be
anyone interested in ,the fEight Bayou Monday night at about 11:00 used by county trucks in the Port
anyone against erested in t Pght St. Joe area. Wewa Hardware won
againstcancer.he home was owned by Roy the bid for supplying the same ser-
The purpose of the meeting is the Wiley of Dalkeith, but was unoc- vices for the county in the Wewa-
election of officers for 1962-63 and cupied -at the time of the fire. hitchka area.
the presentation of awards. The flames apparently had start- The county also received bids
'Special guests will be the Saddlin ed in the front part of the house for a fence to be constructed on
Seminoles of Wewahitchka, the near the attic and had badly dam- property leased by the county in
press And r'adio of the county and aged the complete interior of the the 'St. Joe Lumber and Export
other prominent citizens traom all house .and destroyed the front wall area. The bid went to the J. & J.
ovrw the county. and porch. Fence Company of Port St. Joe for
lEntertainment and refreshments Neighbors saw the flames and a purchase price of $2,646.13.
will be provided for those present. reported the fire. Other Business
Billy Joe Rish presented a plat
of a development on the Intracoast-
Sal Canal at Overstreet for approval
by the Board. The approval was giv-
en and the plat accepted.
t Fo 10 N ght Floyd Lister asked the Board to
return to the Lister Estate and the
St. Joe Paper Ciompany a road
right of way previously given to the
an infraction of the rules. Charles call for the seventh and eighth county and never used. The propos-
Williams, on a reverse made the grade team to play Apalachicola ed road was diverted to another
white team,' touchdown with John- seventh and eighth grade team at site on Lister and SJPC property.
nRogers making the extra point. The deed was returned to the for-
ny Rogers making the extra point. Apalachicola October 18, with a re- mer owners.
Playnsg a good game offensively turngame scheduled here Tuesday, County Engineer Max Kilbourn
and -defensively for the purple October 23. presented a resolution to the
team were Eddie McFarl'and, Jim- Board passed 'by the Wewahitchka
my Lester, Andrew Trammell, Alan
Humphrey, Larry Branch, Tommy Coffee League Bowling Board of City Commissioners re-
Wright, Donnie Smith, Rodney 'Results For Past Week questing that the County ask the
Bowdoin, Jimmy Cox, Maurice u State Road Department straighten
leri, Scott Holding Wayne Pate, Tuesday morning found St. Joe out the curb on Highway 71 in We-
r, Scott Holding Wck ayne Pate, AlLaundry and IGA Foodliner on wahichka in front of the new We-
Bry Baxey, cy Thray Al lanes one and two. J. Stanfer had wahitchka State Bank. The Board
Sohiffer, Bobby Ellzey, John C. high series for the day with 372, agreed to send the Resolution re-
Maddox, John W. Maddox, Jerry with -high game also of 144. J. At- questing the work to be done.
Nichols, 'Sidney Dykes 'and Joe kinson and D. Cramer had good The Board went into discussion
Hendrix. series of 322 and 328 respectively. in regards to construction of a hard
Playing a good game offensively On lane 2 for IGA, R. Ramsey surface road from U. S. Highway
and defensively for the white team tied for high game with a 144, and 98 to Forrest Hill Cemetery near
were Alfred Rudd, Mitch Johnson, a series of 315. S. White had a ser- Port St. Joe. The Board agreed to
Sheppard Gonzales, Jerry Pitts, ies of 317. advertise for the purchase of 2200
Danny Raffield, Jerome Barnes, On lanes three and four were bags of cement to construct the
Gary Davis, Mark Rutland, Billy Ed's Florist and Jitney Jungle. A road in the same manner as the
Smith, Johnny Rogers, Charles Wil- Whittle and E. Smith for Jitney Jones Homestead Road was paved.
liams, Billy Antley, Larry Cox, Jugle had .good series of 314 and It was brought to the attention
Dalton Tull, Lamar Orrell, Tommy 32 respectively. C. Brown for Ed's of the Board that the State Road
Adams, Johnny Martin, Knapp Florist ehad a good series of 338 Department was getting an exces-
Smith, Jim Fensom, Thomas O'- it a g e of sive amount of dirt from county
Brian, Jimmy Stafford &nd Freddy with a high game of 116. borrow pits. The County had given
Anderson. STANDINGS its permission for the SRD to se-
The Junior High football team Team W L cure an occasional truckload from
will play their fourth intra-squad Ed's Florist 4 12 the pits. The Board decided to of-
game tonight at 7:30. Admission IGA Foodliner _____ 2 14 ficially notify the SRD that no large
will be 10c. Come out and support Jitney Jungle 13 3 amounts of dirt should be removed
the Junior 'Sharks. Tentative plans St. Joe Laundry 1- 3 from the pits.


TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR


Joe S. Grimsley Taken



By Death Sunday


Sharks Drop Fourth Game


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Members Split

3-2 Over Millage

The City Commission were
divided Tuesday night in giv-
ing their approval to the pro-
posed 1963 operating budget
for the City of Port St. Joe.
After much discussion, the
Board finally approved the
budget as published on page
8 of this issue of The Star by
a vote of 3 to 2.
The budget will provide for
$232,401.10 for the general operat-
ing revenue and $100,062.90 for the
water and sewer department oper-
ations will require a. village rate
of 13.7 mills. Last year's budget
required 12.1 mills to finance.
It was the mill rate that caused
all the discussion Monday night.
With Mayor Frank Hannon doing
most of the verbal objecting, Han-
non and Commissioner John Robert
Smith were asking for a millage
levy of 13.9 in order to provide
funds for properly repairing the
Centennial Building.
Commissioners Tom Coldewey,
I. C. Nedley and I. W. Duren con-
tended that there was enough mon-
ey in the budget to provide for
proper repairs and stood their
ground for the lower millage of 13.7.
Hannon and Smith contended
that the Commission had promis-
ed to properly repair the root of
the building and paint it 'with a
durable finish as well as make oth-
er repairs, and they felt that more
money should be provided for this
purpose.
Commissioner Nedley stated that
he was a member of the Commis-
sion and he could not remember
making any such promise and that
such a promise was not recorded
in the minutes, so he could not
see where the '"promise of the
Commission" statement could be
-made.
Commissioner Tom Coldewey ob-
served that several items in the
bi-dget had more than ample funds
which could be diverted to the pro-
per repair of the bulling if need
be and made the motion to adopt
the budget as presented. Commis-
sioner Duren seconded the motion
and on the roll call, Commissioners
Coldewey, Nedley and Duren vot-
ed aye with Smith and Hannon
casting a "'no" vote.
The budget is being advertised
this week and the final reading,
hearing and approval of the bud-
get will be made Tuesday night at
the regular meeting of the Board.


City Supports

Proposed Park

The Port St. Joe City Commis-
sion passed a Resolution In a
special meeting Monday night
offering their support behind the
proposed construction of a state
park on St Joseph Spit.
The Resolution adopted by the
Commission favored the construo-
tion of the park by the state and
requested the U. 8. Department
of the Interior to relinquish the
nearly 2,000 acres for this pur-
pose.
The Resolution was forwarded
to the Department of the Interior
the Florida delegation In the U.
S. Congress and the Florida State
Board of Parks and Historic Me-
morials.
iK
Study Shows Loss To
Pupils Failing To Graduate
Failure to complete high school
costs the average teen-ager $46,364,
according to a study of lifetime
earnings taken from U. S. Depart-
ment of Labor statistics.
Commerce Clearing House, re-
porting the study, says a high
school graudate earns an average
of $257,557 during his working life.
But a student who quits high
school before graduation earns
$211,193.
On the basis of annual' income,
the high school graduate can look
forward to earning an average of
$5,567 a year. The high school
drop-out's average is only $4,618.


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CITY ADOPTS NEW BUDGET











Gulf


COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES

S. By CUBIE R. LAIRD


FORESTRY land owners are producing less than
Forestry should be considered a half the raw timber and wood pro-
part of crop production. Forestry is ducts consumed in the state. Flor-
'ht lfhb ,illin dlla bl sinesgc l.a ida co ftCns1Yumers are sa fending about


ai aIiL-UilJiaUl UU .o1n ur uo..
Florida and with proper attention
on all levels could become a one
and a half 'billion dollar industry.
This removes forestry from the
realm of "sentimental conserva-
tion" and places it in a leading crop
production position.
Florida is bountiful in timber
lands. Yet it has imported timber
for -many years. Florida timber


one fourth billion dollars each year
for raw timber and wood products
produced outside the state. Flor-
ida's landowners, industry and
economy could well use this money.
Over 30 thousand Florida farm
forest owners and 40 thousand oth-
er msall forest owners need con-
tacting by Agricultural Extension
Service forestry programs.


The greatest need indicated at in 4-H, Jim has developed from a
a recent nation-wide meeting of shy .boy into a young man with con-
small woodland owners was educa- fidence and poise enabling him to
tion. assume leadership. I'm glad that
he has acquired knowledge he will
A LUCKY FOUR-LEAF
CLOVER FOR YOU never forget and that makes him a
CLOVER FOR YOU stbetter citizen. Through 4-H, Jim
If you are a boy or girl at least had opportunities he would not


10 and not over 21 years old, living
on a farm or in town, 4-H Club
work can be worth a lot to you.
And it doesn't .cost a thing to en-
roll. Just get in touch with the
County Agent in your county, or
with a volunteer leader of the club,
and tell him that you would like
to join this great 4-H organization.
Over two million boys and girls
in the United States and over 40
thousand in Florida are now receiv-
ing the training, the fellowship, the
experience, the recreation, the ci-
tizenship development which 4-H
Clubs offer.
And their parents like this 4-H
training their children are receiv-
ing. Here's what one mother says:
"In the seven years he has been


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have had otherwise, -and I would
not take anything for the years of
experience and training that 4-H
has. given him."
4-H Club 'work is conducted by
County and Home Demonstration
Agents, .who are a part of the Uint-
3versity of Florida Agricultural' Ex-
tension iService, Gainesville.


First Baptist

WMU Meets
The WMU of the First Baptist
Church met 'at the church -Monday,
October 8, at 3:00 p.m. for the first
meeting of the new year, with 24
,members present.
The meeting was called to order
by Mrs. W. J. Daugh'try, president.
Then the program chairman, Mrs.
W. M. Chain proceeded with the
,devotional scripture taken from 1
*Cor. 3:9, "Labor Together With
God", John 3:17, "That the World,
Through Him Might Be Sabed".
The theme of the program was:
"Seventy-Fifth Annivesary 'of W.-
M. U." Three ladies featured the
75th anJiversary in 'ditessing in
pretty costumes, and having partts
on the program were Mrs. ~H. F:*
Ayers, Mrs. Jean Martin and Mrs.
Wesley Ramnsey. All participated
in prayer meditation.
Mrs.. Wesley Ramsey dismiAied
with prayer.
CirOles of th1 WMU .'will meet
next Monday, OctW er 15, at 3:00
p.m. in the following homes;
Circle 1 meets in the home of
Mrs. H. F. Ayers.
Circle 2 'meets ,in the 'home of
YKrs. C. G. Gostin, Sr.
-Circle 3 meets-in the home of
Mrs. Bill Quarles, S,.
Circle 4 meets n 'the home of
Mrs. W. I. LCarden.


telephone companies operated a
big research program, most of the
important improvements in the
telephone industry had been inno-
vated by the independent concerns.
ie cited the dial-phone, which was
first infrbduc4d into use in 1892,
y an Tindependent company.
Pridgeon told of many things
Evafllble now and to come, that
,ill make telephoning easier and
more efficient. He displayed a


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, October 11, 1962


Long Ave. Baptist

Circles To Meet
Circles of the Long Avenue Bap-
.tist Church plan the following cir-
cle meetings for the next week:
'Monday, Oct. 15, 7:30 p.m., Cir-
cle Number 6, meets at church.
Tuesday, Oct. 16, 9:30 a.m., Cir-
Gcle No. 1, Mrs. Frank F. Barnes,
603 Garrison Ave.
Tuesday, Oct. 16, 9:30 a.m., Cir-
cle No. 2, Mrs. Tu rel Brigman, 1106
Long Avemie.
Tuesday, Oct. 16, 3:00 p.m. Cir-
cle No. 3, ,Mrs. Joe Alligood, 308
16th Street.
Tuesday, Oct. 16, 7:30 p.m., Cir-
cle No. 4, M rs. ene Fowler, '20th
Street and Long Aveinue.

Lunch Room Menu
'Port 'St. JodeElementary School
"MdWdday, October t15
Beef and veigetsbles (potatoes;
carrots d 'onions), is1ced toma-
toes, peaumt Ibutter cookies, 'white
'bread, 'butter and' milk.
Tutdiy, October 16
Spicedt ldm, 'pluto beans. steam-
ed cabbage, 'edfrot -sticks, peach
pie, white breod, butter and milk.
Wetdirleday, 'October 17
Shepherd's pie, English eas;
carrot aind raisin -alad, chocolate
cake, Wheat tred, blittdr arid
auiilk.
Thursday, Octa er 18
'Chicken anid odles, cheese and
Ritz crackers, lettuce and tomato
saldd, turnip greens, oranges, corn
bread, butter and milk.
Friday, Oetober 19
'Bl'aekeye -peds, butt4red spinach
with boiled eggs, celery sticks,
corn bread and butter, ice cream
and wllk.
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Proclamtion

CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
'-*ATE .of FLORIMA
WRE'REAS, 'the hodrmacists
of the 'itate of Florlda and the
City of 'P'drt iSt. Joe'are indispen-
saebTe members ofAthle health pro-
feseidou W ich safeguards the
we4 lbeblg of our 'citizens, and
WHEREAS, these phaimamciBts
igiveaslelreisn y of'thr m time-anud
talents In this specialized prdfs-
sional -service 'tothe public, malk-
ing ithe fhiwst. educationn avail-
iabl to. tall o a nsie'nt's nofice,
and
WFtERTEAS, 'National Pharna-
cy W'ek, mz daer the auspices :f
*the ,!A rican' PharmaceuLtical As-
'sociatyn, 'wl.l' 'be obsrved 'the
week of Ootober'7-13, 1962, to fo-
cus public attention On the im-
'ortance of p iartacy in our
lives, and
WHEREAS, the 'pha'rm'aists
of our iState are participating in
'this annual observance;
NOW, TfIfERFORE, I, Frank
Han0non.'"by' irtue of the author-
ity vested in me as 'aryor of fhe
City of Port 'St. 'Joe, 'State of
Florida do hereby proclaim Oc-
tdber 7-13, 1962, as
PHARMACY WEk
in "City of Port Sit. Joe, Florida
and urge 'all -our residents to obh
serve'during this 'week the vItal
role of the pharmacist, upon.
Whose skills and training the
health and wellhbeing of us all so
largely depend.
iIN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto 'set my hand
and caused the Great 'Seal
of Olty of Port St. Joe, this
Sth day of October, A. D.
1962.
FRANK HANNON, Mayor

Kiwanis Hears

Telephone Talk
Bernard Pridgeon, Jr., commer-
cial manager for the St. Joseph
Telephone and Telegraph, present-
ed the program to the Kiwanis
Club Tuesday on the role that the
independent telephone company
Always In the nation's-and the
world's-communications.
Pridgeon stated that when peo-
ple hear the word telephone com-
pany mentioned, they automatically
think of 'Southern Bell or AT&T,
but according to the speaker, there
are over 3,000 different telephone
companies in the United States.
In the 'State of Florida, alone,
2 different telephone companies
rerve the state's communication
seeds.
Pridgeon stated that while the big


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Sale Starts Thursday, Oct. 11 Ends Oct. 20


Big, New Selection
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V3OFF
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Ident. Bracelets
For Him or Her
$4.95
54-Piece Stainless Steel
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$14.95
With Serving Pieces
Big selection to choose from
Hamilton Watches

$39,95 up
Good trade-in on your old watch
Ladles and Gents
Wedding Rings

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l.ailes and Gents
Electric Razors
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OTHERS 15% OFF

Bulova Watches
Req. $29.95 up
20% off
Trade-in Value

Pearl Necklaces

'A OFF
Reg. $5.95 up
Big Selection
Opal Rings

Y3 OFF


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I3 OFF
Fine quality Gold-filled arid
Sterling NECKLACE and
Ear Ring Sets

20 OFF

Costume Jewelry
86c

Baby Jewelry
Reg. $2.26 up
25% OFF
Big Supply
Pearl Rings

3 OFF
PRINCESS and DUTCHESS
Diamond Rings
Reg. $12.95 now
$8.00


WATCH BANDS
Reg. $4.95 up
25% OFF


Belforte Watches
Waterproof and dress
For Him and Her
$14.95 up
A product of Benrhs Watch Co.
32-plece sllverplate
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now $12.95
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Big Reductions!
SOME ARE
Vs OFF
Give her the most beautiful
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MOTHER'S RINGS
Bands of 14K gold signify
father and mother.
Birthstones signify each
child.
ONE CHILD $25.00
2 CHILDREN ____ $30.00
3 CHILDREN $35.00
Each additional child $5.00


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free, utilizing a microphone and a ecutives who need ,to converse and
speaker in the manner of two-way take notes at the same time.

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ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
TONY POWELL Men's and Boy's Department
GLADYS S. GILL .----- Ladies' and Chidren's Ready-to-Wear
RUTH KEELS Sportowear and Hosiery
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IT'S FUN TO EAT FRESH 1962 FLORIDA PEANUTS
WHILE YOU SHOP AND SAVE AT "GRANDPA'S OLD
FASHIONED PEANUT PICKIN' FEAST" THAT
CONTINUES BY THE VOTE OF OUR CUSTOMERS
THROUGH THIS COMING SATURDAY ... BE HERE!


Dear Friends:
A statement by Grandpa:
It's a Peanut Pickin', Crack-
in', Crunchin' Truth: Dis out of
de Earth, out of dis wurld, nutty
peanut feast (plus unbeatable
leadership Cash Values!) has
made more chilluns happy (and
healthier), along with Pops,
Moms, Grandpops and Grand-
moms than anything we've see
come about lately! Dere must
;bin a millun peanuts in thet big
croaker sack fer dere's still enuff
to las thru Sattiday en even
ef we have sold a whole passel
of Bargin' Goods dere's hardly a
dent in Boyles Big Stock. Keep
,coming to Boyles, Chilluns .
It jes' makes our heart warm and
glad. Dese creditors of ours are
gonna think more uv Is, too .
Jes' because uv you- Bless you
Peanut Pickin' Hearts-
STORE SCENES AT BOYLES:
A three year old with a lollipop
IL6 one hand, peanuts in other,
trying to fill his shallow pock-
ets with ints! A small colored
boy filling his pockets from the
big sack of peanuts and carefully
looking around before each dip!
Bo Sidwell, usually busy and
'buzzing like a bee, leisurely tak-
ing our radio spots and eating
peanuts like a hungry teenager!
Tony gets generous and gives
him a bag already shelled! Good
going, Bob!
'We were interested in some
striking comments made by Bi-
shop Corson, the head of world
Methodism, that sound both time-
ly and appropriate to this humble
seller of socks and etc. The bi-
shop says it's time for preachers


to stop sermonizing and speak
to us common people In language
we can understand that
there's too much gobbledegook
aid theological language that's
above our heads. that a .great
need exists for Interpretation of
Christ in plain speech to recap-
ture the attention of the man in
the street. End of quote. Who
designed all this high powered
theology and stiff formality In
churches, anyway? Appears to
be the work of man! The humble
Man of Galilee spoke and taught
in plain, unvarnished, down to
earth, everyday language ...
words filled with truth, love and
power, easily understood by the
most unlearned as well as the
most needy. Were He here In the
flesh today, I wonder where he
would spend most of His time?
. Behind a desk filled with re-
ports and organizational paper
work? No, methinks not! Looks
impressive, but there's mighty
little real meat there. Our hum-
ble guess would be ... visiting,
comforting, healing and teaching
the poor, the sick and suffering,
bringing new hope to the down-
cast and downtrodden .. walk-
ing maybe by the seashore and
seeking more believers and dis-
ciples among the strong, hard-
working, meek and humble. There
-, pages that could be written on
this subject! What do you think?
Alas, again we've detoured
from the super highway of mer-
chandising and, right now, we'll
remove ourselves from this pick-
ing and pecking to the pleasant
and rewarding Job of selling,
selling, selling! S'long. RGB


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baiteill Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL -. 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ..-.... 6:45 p.m.
EVENLNG WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .-....... 7:30 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS 8. HARRIS, D.D., Minister
Church School 9:45 AM.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship ............--------... 6:30 P.M.
Evening Worship 8:00 P.M.


Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
FRED HUNT, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:0O a.m.
CHRISTIAN CADETS 6:15 p.m.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:30 p.m.
Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) ....-... 7:30 p.m.


PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Prayer Service (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.
Sunday School 10:00 AM.
Morning Worship 11,00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Joel S. McGraw, Pastor
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida CIRCULATION OF H v
THURSDAY, October 11, 1962 The Star, published weekly at Meth S0 S ,OS v
Port St. Joe, Florida for October l E
1, 1962. I Education Seminar
LEGAL ADVERTISING The names and addresses of the
publisher, editor, managing editor,
and business managers are: Wes- The First Methodist Church of
iNOTICE OF INTENTION TO ley R. Ramsey, Port St. Joe, Flor- Marianna was host to the Educa-
AEGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ida. tional Seminar of the Woman's So-
You will take notice that the un- The owner is: Wesley R. Ram- S ar
designed is engaged in business in sey, Port St. Joe, Florida. ciety of Christian Service of Mar-
Port St. Joe, Florida under the firm The known bondholders, mort- ianna District on September 14,
name of ST. JOE RADIO & TV gagees, and other security holders from 9 to 12:30.
COMPANY and will register said owning or holding 1 percent or
fictitious name with the Clerk of more of total amount of 'bonds, The theme of the Seminar was
the Circuit Court of Gulf County, mortgages, or their securities are: "O Send Us Forth".
Florida at Wewa itchka, Florida. Mrs. W. S. Smith, Port St. Joe, Moats of hiola College
This the 8th day of October, A.D. Florida. Moates of Chipola college
1962. 4t-10-11 Paragraphs 2 and 3 include, in gave the invocation.
ROBERT L. NOBLES cases where the stockholder or se- Mrs. Ralph Swatts, District Pres-
JAMES E. JONES curity holder appears upon the ident introduced Mrs. Leland Thorn-
4 books of the company as trustee or
NOTICE OF-SALE in any other fiduciary relation, the as, District Secretary of Mission-
To: MT. Jesse Pickron name of the person or corporation ary Education and .Services who
Port St. Joe, Florida for whom such trustee is acting; was chairman of the Seminar.
You are hereby notified that the also the statements in the two par- Mrs. Swatts called attention to
following motor vehicle, one 1962 agarphs show the affiant's full the following meetings: Confer-
Ford, 8 cyl., F600, Motor No. knowledge and belief as to the cir-
P60CN 210286, will 'be sold at pub- cumstances and conditions under ence Spiritual Life Retreat to be
lic sale at one o'clock on the 16th which stockholders and security held at Blue Lake, near Andalusia,
.day of October, 1962 at St. Joe Mo- holders who do not appear upon the Ala., October 10-12, and District
tor Company, Port .St. Joe, Florida. books of the company as trustees, Day Apart at Grace Church, Mar-
The proceeds of the sale will be hold stock and securities in a ca-
applied first to the payment of the pacity other than that of a bona anna on November 13.
costs of retaking, storing and sale fide owner. The studies for 1962-63 were pre-
of said motor vehicle and the cost The average number of copies of sented by Mrs. Paul Duffy, Confer-
of publication of notice of sale and each issue of this publication sold ence Secretary of Student Work.
then to the satisfaction of the bal- or distributed, through the mails nce erery ent or
ance due 'under the contract cover- or otherwise, to paid subscribers Mrs. J. B. Nichols, Conference Sec-
ing the financing of said motor ve- during the 12 months preceding the rotary of Missionary Educational
hicle. Any surplus will be paid to date shown above was: 1,765. Service, Mrs. W. T. Benson, Con-
you and you will remain liable for WESLEY R. RAMSEY, ference Secretary of' Spiritual Life,
any balance remaining unpaid un- Owner.
der said contract Sworn to and subscribed before Mrs. W. B. Atkinson, Conference
Universal CIT Credit Corporation me this 9th day of October, 1962. Secretary of Christian .Social Rela-
626 Luverne Avenue (SEAL) NORMA HUMPHREY tions. The Program Book was pre-
Panama City, Florida Notary Public, State of sented by Mrs. Larue Garrett, Dis-
Florida at Large. trict Vice President, Missionary
STATEMENT REQUIRED BY THE My commission expires November material for Youth by Miss Dorene
ACT OF AUGUST 24, 1912, AS 23, 1962.
AMENDED BY THE ACTS OF Lowman, District Secretary of
'MARCH 3, 1933, JULY 2, 1946 Youth Work. Missionary material
AND JUNE 11, 1960 (74 STAT. forchildrenby Mrs. Quicy Ad-
208) SHOWING THE OWNER- Advertising Pays Try It for children Mrs. Quicy Ad-
SHIP, MANAGEMENT, AND a- 's, Listnict Secretary of Clhil-


dren's Work.
Mrs. Swatts, delegate to the
Sixth Assembly in Atlantic City
gave the highlights of' the meet-
ings.
Mrs. J. C. Brown, District Secre-
tary of Spiritual Life closed the
Seminar with a short devotion.
Lunch was ,served by the host
church at 12:30 to 165 members.

White City VFD
Auxiliary Has Meeting
The White City Volunteer Fire
Department Auxiliary met October
3 at the home of Mrs. Neva Crox-
ton.
Plans 'were made to hold a bake
sale in Port St. Joe on November
10. Any lady in White City, wish-
ing to 'donate .baked goods for this
event should- call 229-1134 for more
information..
After the business ,meeting, de-
licious refreshments were served
to the nine members and two visi-
tors present.
The 'next meeting will 'be held
at the home of Mrs. Joe Evans on
October 17. Every lady in White
City is invited to attend.
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Men's Flannel Shirts


I | WOMEN'S FLANNEL
REG. 77 GOWNS
1.99 Reg. 9 $
1.99 for
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Bright, bold plaids. 2 roomy i style 'in beautiful as-
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stays. First quality, com- 34 to 48.
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M, L, XL.


Boys' Flannel Shirts
REG. 1.29 WOMEN'S COTTON
Bright, bold plaids in regular or Ivy TSHIRTS
st lin.' Made by one of Americas fin-
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MIEN'S SWEATERS Solid colors or stripes.
Short sleeves. Fine qual-
M ENS SW ES ity knit .cotton. Sizes
S, M. L.


5.99
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6.99
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Long sleeve slip-overs
and button front
'styles. Luxury Alpaca
like Orlons and fine
wools. Novelty stitch-
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colors. Sizes S, M, L


BOYS' SWEATERS
% 2 *44 E. 44. 144
2.99 3.99 V 4.99
Pullover and coat styles in Linx, pine-
apple and cable stitching. Smart solid
colorF, fancy patterns and trims. Sizes 6
to 18.

Boys' Vinyl JACKETS
REG. 5.99
Supple, leather-like expanded vinyl.
Warmly quilt lined. Washes easily.
Black, olive or blue. Sizes 4 to 12.

BOYS' CREW SOCKS
Comfort crew socks in I
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Sizes 6 to 101/2.

MEN'S SWEAT SHIRTS
REG. 1.29
Medium weight knit cotton, sturdily
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SWIFT PROTEN BEEF SPECIALS
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79c No. 2/2 Can
79c 5 cans$1.00 97c

Large 303 Can King Size 24 Oz. 3 Boxes Swansdown
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Each Pod Swift's Nugget Salad Ga. Home Grown

Bell Pepper Cooking Oil POLE BEANS
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I NOTICE


All Occupational License sfor the City of
Port St. Joe for the year 1962-63 are
due and payable on or before October
31, 1962.
Effective November 1, a penalty of 15%
will be added thereto.
You are hereby requested to purchase
your Occupational License on or before
October 31, 1962 in order to avoid said
penalty.


J. B. Williams
CITY AUDITOR and CLERK
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THURSDAY, October 11, 1962


BOWLING


NEWS 00


INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE alive. They rolled an 810 in the fi-
By LAMAR MOORE nal game. Dave "Cuz" Jones chip-
ped in ra 433. Jay W. Bouington was
The Glidden team, 'after losing a hde of433. a 93W. Bouingtond Jim Harri-
four points last week, came back son picked up a 335.
to smear the Paper Mill three to Joe Davis hogged the high hon-
one. Disaster struck 'the Box Plant ors for Pulp MilyI when he shot
as Back Maintenance overhauled a 503. Hershell Neel was a lot of
them four to zero. Vitro worked on help at 440. *Leo Shealy showed his
the Laboratory three to one anda erage up at 368. Foy Adams and
last place Electric Meter seared Robert Whittle missed 40(0 by a
the daylights out of Pulp Mill with hair,
a split, two games for each. STANDINGS
It is seldom that two teams 'are Team W L
real cold. Such was the case though Pulp Mill 16 4
when the Glidde team took three Back Maintenance ....----... 13 7
points from Paper Mill on lanes Vitro .Services --.------- 12 8
one and two. Dewey Patterson was Box Plant 9 11
high man for Glidden at. 402. Lou Glidden Co. 9 11
Little was much help in 'the second Laboratory 8 12
game when he made two splits, 'the Paper Mill 7 13
5-10. For this feat, Lou won $2.00 Electric Meter -----------6 14
worth of -cleaning from the Deluxe
Laundry. Dick Sweitzer, Bob Del- COMMERCIAL LEAGUE
air and Charles Tharpe didn't man- STANDINGS
age to break 400 for the night.
Billy Joe Davis finally came down Team W L
off cloud nine and showed that he St. Joe Steedores --. 10 2
is human after all. Billy Joe hit a,'Flrida Nat Bank Co. 7 5
442 for the losing Paper Mill. Big 'CCoin's 9 7
Archie 'Flovd, on his first league BasiFs Stapdar ---- .
try, turned in two -nice games and iohg (ernil 5 11
wound up at 400. Bill Henderson, Roche's Furniture .. 5 11
Bill Banks ,and Donald Goodson


were in the 350 neighborhood. Don-
ald had a 157 second game.
Every man on Back Maintenance
team was above his average in
their sweep of Box PlAnt. Rod Jen-
sen set the pace at 516. John Mc-
Kenzie threw a 455. Jimmy Burke
was 122 pins -above his average an&O
made off with the coffee prize.9
Peanut McCroan bowled well at
411 and Shag Roberts continued to
improve his average.
Save Yank Zimmermni at 481,
the Box Boys were like Ice. 4Te
Taylor did manage a 427 iut
Wayne Richiburg and Marbin Bear-
den were below 300. John Brown
rolled a 359. The Box Plant team
missed the slants of Goober Dun-
lap.
Vitro put three men over 400 in
helping themselves to three points
from Laboratory, thank you. Whit-
ey Whitehurst was king at 456. Bill
Tew managed a 436 and Randy Mc-
Clain hit the boards for 416. Dan-
ny Maddox showed his average at
313 and R. 'S. Kennedy contributed
a 369.
The Laboratory couldn't put a'
man over 400. Tom Thornton con-
tinues to experience difficulties.
Tom hit a 385. J. C. McArdle really
came up at a95 so you can't blame
him, Tom. Charles Marshall thot
he had something going when he
hit a 172 first game. It wasn't to
be. however, as the next two games
were disastrous .for Chuck. Tom
Parker is proving 'to be quite re-
liable eben though he suffered a
bad second 'game. Tom wound iup
at 355. Baynard Malone is coming
along and scored a 321.
'Sonny Counts acted as undertak-
er and almost buried the Pulp Mill.
Pulp Mill got up in the last game
and showed that they were still


MERCHANT'S LEAGUE
By D. L. SICKMON
In Monday night's action on al-
leys 1 and 2, the Pridgeon Agency
met the a4nd'.s Bar and captured
three of the four games from them.
Tommy Pridgeon led his team
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The Sand Bar leader was Wayne
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high to r'the alleys Monday night.
Wayne's series included a 232
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alleys. Next to his series for Sands
Bar was Martin 'with a 404 series.
Pate's Shell lost three to Philt
lip"s 66 on alleys 3 and 4, Pate s
Shell 'was led by Billy Jo Richards.
after laying across the foul line for'
some time. with a 481 series, As-
belle with a 431 series followed.
Clayton Asbelle, bowling a big 101
pins over his series average, got
half of the night's coffee money
compliments of the St. Joe Bowling
Lanes. Nice im- Clayton.
For Phillip's, Al Jensen bowling
a 50o"sreies, led with Lee Taylor
very close with a 503 series. Phil-
lip's is holding second place in the
league and they are very reluctant
to give it up.
Floyd Chevrolet met the Custom
Shop on 7 and 8, with Floyd's get-
ting three games over the Custom
Shop.
Sonny Floyd led his team again
with a 473 !series, and George
Small's 390 taking second place.
Custom ,Shop led 'by Ralph Ward's
500 series couldn't pull them out of
the loss. Freeman rolled a 462 ser-
ies to place second.
TEAM STANDING
Team W L
Pat's Wonder Bar -------19 1
Phillip's 66 13 7
Floyd Chevrolet 11 9
Pridgeon Agency ---. 9 11
Pate's Shell Serv. __ 8 12
Custom ,Shop 8 12
Sands Bar 8 12
Pylant's 6 14

HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE
By ROBERT MARLOW
The Jaycee High School League
games for October 6 were postpon-
ed until October 13. The boys will


bowl six .games instead of three announce the birth of a daughter
games. on October 8. The young lady has
.Mlany of the boys were out of not 'been named as yet.
town last week causing the post- (All births occurred at the
ponement. Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
B R T VITRO WIVES
The regular monthly meeting of
the Vitro Wives Club will be held
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Malcolm next Tuesday, October 16 at 7:30
Vause of Apalachicola announce p.m. at the Florida Power lounge.
the hirth or a baby girl. Suzanne Another interesting program is on
Velvet on October 2. tap and all members are urged to
Mr. and Mrs. Willie AM. Johnson, attend.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1'tL TEENTII JUDICIAL 'iRCUIT
tiv, 1. \.' t\ l oi n GULF
COUNTY.
CHANCERY NO. 2163
b FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT PORT
f ST. JOE, A Florida banking corporation,
Plaintiff,
WATSON SMITH,
SA Defendant.
Sfr/, NOTICE OF SALE
SNotice is hereby given that, pursuant to
a Final Decree of Foreclosure entered in the
above entitled cause, in the Circuit Court
of Gulf County, Florida, I will sell the pro-
*t e 1 perty described as follows:
,del A858H, I. D. Number A858H 3462,
Sat public sale, to the highest and best bid-
Sder for cash, at the front door of the Gulf
SCounty Courthouse in Wewahitchka, Flor-
e .5 ..ida, at 11:30 A.M. Central Standard Time,
on Monday, October 22, 1962.
S- GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court

U ZO october I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SAFOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
7 13 OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF
SI J COUNTY.
S CHANCERY NO. 2167
>' 1.9 602 FLORIDA NATIONAL HBANK AT PORT ST.
SJOE, a Florida banking corporation,
Plaintiff,
S" WATSON SMITH and wife, PAULINE S.
SMarking the Ph3m113dt COn SMITHDefendants.
I tnrbuions to the health and NOTICE OF SALE
P elfe ofd aovedn. SNotice is hereby given that, pursuant to
Welfare of ourco uty. I a i'nal Decree of Foreclosure entered in the
Above entitled cause, in the Circuit Court
of Gulf County, Florida, I will sell the
property situate in Gulf County, Florida, de-
scribed as follows:
Lot Numbered One (1) of the Lapoeyrouse
parcel Two Estate as described in Deed
Ad etsDulorem6 Book 28, page 43, public records of Gulf
O upatonlLe nseDruCounty, Florida, and also described as
3rit elia Aefollows: The North half of North half of
317 Williams Ave. North half of the following described real
estate: That part of fractional section 9,
Free Parking Township 7 South, Range 8 West, bound-
ed as follows: From the Northwest corner
Drive-In Window Service of said Fra ctional Section 9 run South
along Section line 2640 feet; thence run
East 3225 feet, more or less to the West
bank of the Brothers River to a point;
NOTICE thence run Northwesterly for 277 feet for
OTing hl the point of beginning; thence run in a
At a special meeting held by the City Northwesterly direction up the West bank
Commission of the City of Port St. Joe, of said river for 820 feet; thence run
Florida on October 8, 1962, the following West 208 feet; thence run in a Southeast-
Proposed Budget was approved. Subject to erly direction 810 feet to a point distant
its publication and adoption as provided by 205 feet West of the point of beginning;
law. thence East 206 feet to point of begin-
GENERAL FUND-PROPOSED BUDGET ning.
1963 Lot Numbered Two (2) of the Lapeyrouse
Estimated Revenues parcel Two Estate as described in Deed
Ad Valorem Taes (13.7 Mills) 136,663.60 Book 28, page 43, public records of Gulf
Occupational Licenses ...... 12,000.00 County, Florida; and also described as
Fines, Forfeits and Penalties 3,500.00 follows: The South Half of North Half
Admission Taxes ........... 1,400.00 of North Half of the following described
Permits, Fees, etc. ......... 117.00 real estate: That part of Fractional Sec-
Garbage Collection Service .. 11,00.00 ion 9, Township 7 South, Range 8 West,
Miscellaneous Revenue ...... 700 00 bounded as follows: From the Northwest
Franchise Privilege ......... 6,600.00 corner of said Fractional Section 9 run
Parking Meter Receipts ..... 3,600.00 South along South Section line for 2640
Holly Hill Cemetery Lot Sales 1,000.00 feet; thence run East 3225 feet, more or
Forest Hill Cemetery Lot Sales 200.00 less to the West bank of the Brothers
Ciaertte Taxes ........... 25,722.50 River to a point; thence run Northwest-
Utility Taxes ............ 19,240.00 early up the West bank of the Brothers
Ros' .pod 'r'dge Fund Receipts 8,500.00 River for 277 feet for point of beginning;
Race Track Funds .......... 2,000.00 thence run Northwesterly up the West
St. Joseph Fire Control Dist. 1,100.00 bank of said river for 820 feet; thence
TOTAL REVENUES...... 232,401.10 run West 208 feet; thence run in a South-
TOTAL REVENUES ...... 232,401.10 easterly direction 810 feet to a point
Estimated Expenditures distant 205 feet West of point of begin-
Estimated Expenditures ..........ning; thence East 205 feet to point of
City Clerk's Office ......... 13,217.50 beinnn
Muici C ourtOfic............... 13,217.50 Lot Numbered Three (3) of the Lapey-
Municipal Court ........... 60000 lT Etaeas erien
Elecity Attorney's Office .............. 2,200.00 Deed Book 28, page 43, Public Records
EleCity Hall Maintenanc................ 50.00 of Gulf County, Florida, and also describ-
Police Departmentena......e ...... 7,596318.00 ed as follows: The North half of the South
Poice Department .......... 23,3180.00 half of the North half of the following
StFire Department Higha.......... 43,880.00 described real estate: That part of Frac-
Streets and Highways .... 33,800.20 tional Section 9, Township 7 South, Range
Garbage and Trash Removal .. 29,975.60 8 West, bounded as follows: From the
Parks and Cemeteries ...... 12,887.80 Northwest corner of said Fractional Sec-
Non-Departmental.......... 20,345.00 Northwest corner of said FraSectional Sline-
Notes Payable ............ 15,179.00 2640 fee; thence run East 3225 eet,
Certificates of Indebtedness 2o60 feess, to the e nWest 2bank f the
(Special) ............ 8,140.00 ote or lessRiver to thea point; thencek of trun
Amounts Due Holdes Due Holders of Certifi- Northers Riverly for 277 feepoint; thence pointrun
Debt Serv Indebtedness .............. 13,740.00 of beginning; thence run in a Northwest-
Debt Service ............... 5,00.00 erlyv direction up the West bank of said
Contingencies ....to Water and Riv5,00.00 er for 820 feet, thence run West 208
Transfewer Futo Water and 152.90 feet; thence run in a Southeasterly di-
Tax DiSewer Fcound ............ 1,152.90 reaction 810 feet to a point distant 205
Tax Discount .............feet West of the point of beginning;
TOTAL EXPENDITURES 232,401.10 thence East 205 feet to point of begin-
T A E E T Et, ning,
WATERend SEWER FUND at public sale, to the highest and best bid-
P ROPOSED BUDGET-1963 der for cash, at the front door of the Gulf
Estimated Revenues DGET-1963 County Courthouse in Wewahitchka, Florida,
Water & Sewer Service...... 66 at 11:30 A.M. Central Standard Time, on
ate & Fewer service ............. 6,000.00 Monday, October 22, 1962.
Tapping FeCharges ................ 5,000.00 GEORGE Y. CORE
Delinquent Fees ............ 800.00 lerk Circuit Court
Sewer Connection Fees ...... 10 00
Sewer Laterals ............ 150.00 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Hydrant Rental ........... 12,950.00 FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Transfer from General Fund 15,152.90 OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY.
100,062.90 CHANCERY NO. 2165
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT PORT ST.
Estimated Expenditures JOE, a Florida banking corporation,
Materials, Supplies & Service .. .18,225.00 Plaintiff,
Labor & Office Salaries ...... 35,697.90 --vs-
Truck Expense ............ .... 800.00 WATSON SMITH and wife, PAULINE S.
Telephone ................. 620.00 SMITH,
Power ................... .. 4,860.00 Defendants.
Water Purchased ........... 13,000.00 NOTICE OF SALE
Insurance ................. .105.00 Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to
Utilities ..................... 150 00 a Final Decree of Foreclosure entered in the
Debt Service .... ........... 24,080.00 i above entitled cause, in the Circuit Court of
Capital Outlay ............ 2.525.00 Gulf County, Florida, I will sell the proper-
ty situate in Gulf County, Florida, describ-
100,062.90 ed as follows:
J. B. -- Lot Twenty-five (25) and the West half
J. B. WILLIAMS (Wya) of Lot Twenty-seven (27), in
City Auditor and Clerk Block Eighteen (18), in the City of Port


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FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- FOR SALE: 1955 Ford pick-up %-
ment for couple only. 1621 Monu- to truck. In good condition. 906
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641. 10th Street. Phone 227-2516. 2tp
FOR RENT: Very nice furnished 2 WILL SELL outright or 'trade for
'bedroom house with garage and smaller car, 1955 Pontiac Star
yard, 1507 Monument. Phone 648- Chief in good condition. Phone
3472. 2tp-9-6 227-7816.
FOR RENT: Furnished one bed- FOR SALE: Fully automatic sew-
room house and two bedroom side ing machines only $169.95. We
duplex furnished. Two 2-bedroom take anything of value as down
houses furnished. St. Joe Beach. payment. Easy terms. SURPLUS
Smith's Pharmacy. tfc-9-13 SALES SEWING CENTER (across
from Post Office.) Ph. 227-2011. tf
FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom un-
furnished duplex apartment, $35. RICH MANI POOR MAN! Beggar
mo. 617 Woodward Ave. Call Gene man! Thief! Sold 40 dozen roses
Halley, 222-0550 or write 2108 Croy- at Ed's last week! Don't be disap-
den Dr., Tallahassee. tic-9-20 pointed! Call 227-8881 'today and re-
s- erve your dozen any color roses
FOR RENT: One bedroom and for only $1.49 loose ,cash and car-
private bath. Living room and ry. Long stem red roses only $2.98
TV room privilege. 528 corner of dozen.
Sixth St. and Wiodward. 2tp
FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom home
FOR RENT: Private room and in excellent -condition, with den,
bath. Everything furnished. 511 tile bath, wall to wall carpet in liv-
7th St. Phone 227-4241. t'fc-10-4 ing room. Many other extras *to go
FOR RENT: Furnished ouse. with sale. Located at 1310 Wood-
FOR RENT Furnished house. 3 ward Ave. Priced for quick sale,
,bedroom, 2 bath. On hiway. Bea- Presently FHA financed.
con Hill. Ph. 648-4238. tfc-10-4 I int.res.ted 'hone 227-5261. George
If nteestd hone 227-5261, George


FOR RENT: Furnished or unfur-
nished one, two and three bedrm.
houses $7.00 per week and up. ph.
227-7771.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
paartment. $45.00 a month. Water
and gas furnished. Located at 522%
Third St. Ph. 227-8642.
FOR RENT: 2 ;bedroom unfurnish-
ed apartment. Phone 227-7761. -tic
FOR RENT: Garage apt. Furnished
4 miles South of Port St. Joe on
Hiway 30, Phone 227-8305. itfc-10-11
FOR SALE: 1959 'trailer house. $800
equity and 'take up payments for
r 24 mnionths. For information all1
229-1497. 2tp
FOR SALE: Male pure ibred, Bea-
igle puppies. 7 months old. Phone
227-5846. Itp
FOR SALE: Kerosene heater with
I stand, tank and stove pipe, $25.00.
f First paved road on right past Stfa-
ford's Store, fourth house on rt.,
White City. J. F. Manioran. Itp
FOR SALE: 26 foot cabin cruiser,
new paint, fast .Can be seen at
Sawyer's Boat Works, Apalachi-
cola. 3tc 9-20
FOR SALE: Wurlitzer piano, Ital-
ian provencial style. Re-posses-
sion, take up payments. Also Wur-.
litzer organ Italian provincial style
used for short while as demonstra-
tor. De-humidifier for pianos and
organs. Call 227-2931. tfc-8-30
LOTS FOR SALE: In Oak Grove.
Down payment $25.00 and $25.00
per month. Contact M. P. Toml.n-
son. Phone 227-3201 for further In-
formation. 8tc-8-30
FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom
brick home, 1081 Long Ave. Ph.
648-4128, J. A. Mira.


H. Wimberly, Jr. 'tfc 10-4
MOVING? Think of MAYFLOWER.
Let SURPLUS SALES of ST.
JOE handle your moving and stor-
age problems. 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, cross from
the Post Office.
NOW AVAILABLE: "The Great
Tide" by Rublea Hall. Historical
novel based on facts and customs
present here in yesterday years.
Price $4.95 (plus tax). Mrs. R. H.
Brinson or Buzzett Drug Store.
Phone 227-5756 or 227-3371.
WANTED: First class waitress
over 21. Year round job. Apply
in person only at Gult Sands Res-
taurant, tl-9-20
WANTED: Experienced motel maid
Steady work. Apply in person
only at Gulf Sands Court. tfc-9-20
WORK WANTED: In A home, Call
Georgia Anfenn, 256 Avenue F.
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.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMZRUCAN LEGION, Meet-
ing first and third Tuesday
agita, 8:00 pm. Ainmerlain Legion
Home.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8:00 p.m.
at Parish House, s09% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for
further information or write P. 0.
Box 535. U


FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 1301
Woodward Ave. FHA approved. SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
Low down payment. Phone 227- 0. F.--Meets second and fourth
3751. tfc-6-28 Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
St. Joe, Florida, according to the offi- attend.
cial map on file in the office of the Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Clerk of Circuit Court of Gulf County, Secretary: J. C. Martin.
Florida, lying in and being a part of the
SE/4 of the NW,'/ of Section 1, Town- LPTIC TANKS rumped out. Call
ship 8 South, Range 11 West, and lying
South no th right-nf-wav f. t e, AI.. Buford Griffin, Plhone 7-7011 for


chicola Northern Railroad,
at public sale, to the highest and best
der for cash, at the front door of the
County Courthouse in Wewahitchka, F
ida, at 11:30 A.M. Central Standard T
on Monday, October 22, 1962.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors


Hurrah! AI
It will soon be circus time.
Men may come and empires may
crumble, but circuses go on for-
ever. You Are Co
The Great King Bros. 3-ring Cir-
cus is coming to Port St. Joe, it
was announced this week iby Bob 0L ng
Sidwell of WJOE.
One of the major features of the
King Bros. Circus is its famous en- SUNDAY
large menagerie. There will be a MORNINi
herd of performing elephants, cam-
els, lions, 'tigers and indeed a vast BAPTIST
assortment of wild animals from EVENIN(
the forest and jungles. Boliver, one PRAYER
of the largest elephants in the
world and believed to be nearly Cor
100 years old will occupy a con- A
spicuous .place in the menagerie.
Jennie O'Brien, sensational star VISIl
of the high 'trapeze, will be seen
along 'with the Apollo family of B
gymnasts and acrobats; the flying
Jordans, aerialists from Sweden;
Matt Laurish and his trained dogs NEED
and Shetland ponies are among the
hiiglghts of this season's program.
Bozo Yale, Fred De Voe; Harry La Plumbn
Pearl and Chic Leon will head the
congress of clowns and funmakers. Con
They promise to uncork the latest
In the way of saw dust fun and
laughter for the little folks. Brand t
An. advance telephone sale of -CALL
'tickets will 'be conducted. Persons
contacted by phone will be urged TWO EXP
to ibuy tickets which will be pre-
sented to children who otherwise
might not be able to attend. BEAN
Doors 'to the circus will open at
3 and 7 p.m. Performances will 1107 GARRISC
start promptly at 4 and 8 p.m.
Get ready for the big holiday!


''ick expert service. Ute
bid-
Gulf R. A. M.-Regular convocation of First publication on October 4
Flor- St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. 1962. 4t-10-62
ime, M., 2nd and ,-tn Mondays. All visit. CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.
nlug companions welcome. Attorney for Administrator.
Everett McFarland, High Priest
m Edgar Smith, Secretary
THERE WIl OE a regular com- C f K M AN
munlcatipo of Pirt St. Joe Lodge III
No 111, F. & A. M. every first and AI
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. SHOE REPAIR
205 Reid Avenue
Finest in Shoe Repair
ROY L. BURCH, W. M.
ROY K. BLACKSHEAR, Sec New Shoes and Boots
All Master Masons cordially larited
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION CHALLENGE
Notice is hereby given that the WORK SHOES and BOOTS
general partnership 'between John wit
Edenfield and Garland Dunlap, dba h long-wearing vylit soles
Gulf Sales Company, has been disi- King Arthur-Sterling
solved, effective as of Septemberrthur-Sterling
8, 1962, by the withdrawal of John MEN'S DRESS SHOES
Edenfield therefrom. From and af- By Great Atlantic Shoe
tl rsa!d date, Gulf Sales Company
will be o.eraeip 'by Garland Dun- CO.
lap as sole proprietor, and claims
upon the Company pnrpoqtpdly in- FREE HEEL PLATES
curred by It on or after thap date wth purchase of
will 'be honored only if they hav N*W RESS SHOES
been authorized by Garland Dum- N W PRJSS SHOES
lap 4tc-9-20 OUR WARRANTY-A satis-
fied customer for all work, re-
lNOTICE pairs and new shoes.
As of September 24, 19,62, I will
no longer be responsible for debts Arclh Kix Canvas Shoes
incurrel other than those person-
ally approved by myself. 4t-9-27 HI-top and low-top. Sizes
GEORGE A. TURNAGE Boys 2/2 to men's 12
$2.88 to $3.88
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S All advertised name brands
COURT, GULF COUNTY, are. American made.,
FLORIPA. IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
CALVIN B. BROWN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDPTORS
All creditors of the estate of Cal-
vin B. Brown, deceased, are here-
'by notified and required ito file any
claims or demands which they may
have against said estate in the of-
opunty, Florida, in the Courthouse
at W+wahitchka, Florida, within 'HMI yo t ll bd h u
six (6) calopdar months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand must u
be in writing and mut state the Hurlbut Gift Shop
place of residence and post office
address of the claimant and must
'be sworn to by the claimant, his I
agent, or his attorney, or t will For Job Printing t's
become void according to law.
October Ist, 1962. THE STAR
/a/l SOLOMON W. BROWN THE STAR I
Administrator of the Estate PHONE 7-3161
of Calvin B. Brown, deceased. PHONE 7-3161


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MILLWORK and CABINET SHOP

SCREENS and SCREEN DOORS
Furniture Repaired and Refinished


H. E. GOODMAN, Builder
W. Hiway 98 Phone 229-2481




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First United Pentecostal Church
10th St. NW. and Victoria Avenue Highland View, Florida
Rev. JAMES J. HILL, Pastor


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP 11:15
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30
MID-WEEK SERVICE (Wednesday) .... 7:30
YOUTH SERVICE (Friday) 7:30


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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 colqre4
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.

Vort St. Joe, Florida


THURSDAY, Otober 11, 1962


JENNIE O'BRIEN

Cgrces Is Coming

To Town Oct. 31