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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA TH-lUP'3-AY, OCTOBER 25, 1962
CHILDREN WILL 'TRICK OR TREAT FOR
UNICEF' TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30
Attention all" Ghosts and Goblins, boys and girls!! Tuesday
night, October 30! is "Trick or Treat for UNICEF Night". Put on
your funniest face, or scariest one, and meet at the social hall of
the First Methodist Church at 7:00 p.m. to be given your UNICEF
collection container and street assignments. All UNICEF collections
are to be returned to the Methodist Church, and refreshments will
be served to the "Trick or Treaters" at 8:00 P.M. The older youth
of the Methodist' Youth Fellowship will assist in transporting
Each home is to be solicited only once for a UNICEF contribu-
tion. Remember, your Hallowe'en treats can save lives. Through this
United Nation- Committee dependent children in nations around
the world, including the United States, are supplied with milk,
food, medicine and medical aid. Over 650,000,000 children receive
aid from UNICEF. Each country matches the amount of money it
is given by UNICEF.
All of the children of Port St. Joe are invited to participate.
Don Fuqua Says Northwest Florida
Has Growth Potential From Missiles
Congressman-elect Don Fuqua of
the new Ninth -Congresisonal Dis-
trict was the speaker at the Tues-
day meeting of the Port St. Joe Ki-
Fuqua apprised the Kiwamians of
the seriousness of the world situa-
tion and urged that a watchful eye
Tbe kept 6by this country on Fidel
Castro of Cuba and Ben Bella of
'Fuqua devoted most of his talk
to the promise of the Northwest
Florida area. He said that this area
lies on a leg of a triangle between
the nation's space complex of Cape
Canaveral, Huntsville, Ala., and
Houston, Texas, and so standss in
good stead for development along
Fuqua said -that the missile pro-
gram cen-terd in Florid a had caus-
ed a 76%- state population growth
since 1950 to make Florida the
fastest Bn the union.
H predicted & b1970, Florida
would theOUt ia'rgest state in
population, in, the union following
Fuqua likened the missile pro-
gramin in Florida as the discovery of
oil was to Texas.
Guests of th.e club were Forest
Breckenridge of DeLand and Jim-
my Goodman and Paul Rob'bins of
Port St. Joe High School.
'Tapper Company Gets
Three Road Contracts
The George Tapper Company of
Port St. Joe was apparent low bid-
ler Tuesday on three projects let
-by the State Road Department, ac-
cording to a 'press release by tho
Tapper 'was low bidder at $55,583
for -a storm sewer on SR 10A in Es-
cambia; low bidder at $41,873 for
grading of a road in Okaloosa Coun-
ty near Fort Walton Beach and low
bidder at $229,847 for grading ,S392
between SR 73 and SR 71 south of
New Yor.k,~.enneylvania and Cali-'Scott's Ferry in Calhoun County.
Mrs. Otto Anderson
Taken by Death
Mrs. Emma Anderson, age 65,
passed away at 4:10 a.m. Sunday,
October 21 at her home on Monu-
ment Avenue following a lengthy
illness. Mrs. Anderson was born
and reared in Apalachicola but had
been a resident of Port St. Joe for
the past 25 years.
Mrs. Anderson was an active
member of 'the St. James Episco-
pal' Church and the Hospital Aux-
qt -I ~- -
" carnival Sat.
Big Pc, dc 7< l rr stsvi~es
Fun for al v .e '
this year. sponsor y
Carnival gets lute : nd ,
October 27. The -
Railroad office build-'n;-; w'
to the carnival grou:.
Prizes will bhi rivin i i '
): allowe'e Carnival
y cooll iTA. The
a 2: 0, Saturday,
at the Apalachicola
. down Reid Avenue and
iliary. She had sreved as a Dis- boys or'irls witll' ,1! ;riCihi.
strict Welfare Board member for ils i ri
trict Welfare Board member for costumes Ip,.sening th( Iallo, | :-;hI.TK GRADE: Hamburgers:
many years. n lli Ii vi 1,F aison, Mrs. Amnugela
.Survivors include her husband, the schction i ,1 e Faiso' MrsAngela
W. 0. Ainderson and two daughters, rs. Ia Nelson.
pairadnl i l in progress. I l ,ia i'r' ITH G R A D E : Basketball
rs. Dave Ma nd Mrs. rank nal ik will aware' i ow, Balloon and Dar Throw
Hannon, all of Port St. Joe: her
mother, Mrs. Nancy Roan of Apa- I la 'i.io 'to1 .0 c e n eiThrow Mis. uanita Jor-
lachicola; one sister. Mrs. Joe HI- iriz, a $c.011) bond; Ci irvens Fed- cXi GRviADE: Milk Bottle
ris Jacksonville and five grand- p1, '1 'i ai Cii iF-"C EMl o
ris, Jacksonville and five grand real 'svinas and Loan association Timvo.: Frank Barnes, Billy Bar-
children. tlcird 'prize. $15.00 savinlgs account; low and Mrs. Helen Burkett.
Funeral services were held Mon- Ciizens Federal, honorable men-
day, October 22 at 3:30 p.m. from ,i. a n10.n sn,-;nz, ,ne,,unt
the St. James Episcopal Church
with the Rev. Harry L. Babbit of-
ficiating. Intermeut 'was in Holly
Vestrymen of the 'St. James Epis-
copal Church served as active pall-
bearers with members of the Port
St. Joe Rotary Club serving as hon-
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
James D. Pope Serving
On Destroyer Tender
SAN DIEGO, Calif. (FHTNC)-
James D. Pope, fireman apprentice
USN, son of Mr's. Ruby L. Bass of
Por' St. Joe, is serving aboard the
destroyer tender US S Piedmont,
based in San Diego, Calif.
The Piedmont is equipped to re-
pair the fleet's 'destroyer, including
those outfitted for afti-submarine
IT'S HOMECOMING FRIDAY --BIG PARADE AT 4:15
$hliks Meet Blountstown F
New activities sponsored by the
Hallowe'en Carnival Committee in-
clude an oyster bar (Indian T'asz
oysters will be served ice cold on
the half shell), witches brew, for-
tune cookies, keystone movies, bil-
loon man, train ride and tilt-a-
. Grades one through six will spon-
sor the following events..
FIRST GRADES: Fish pond:
Mrs. Katihryn Floore and Miss Char-
lotte Lovelace. Bean Bag Throw:
Mrs. Dorothy Barlow and Mrs. Win-
SECOND GRADES: Cold Drinks,
Popcorn and I-Ho Dogs: Mrs. Dai-
sy Johnson, Miss Marian Lauder,
Mrs. Beulah Clark and Mrs. Janet
THIRD GRADE: Lucky Eggs.
Snowballs. Coffee. Cake and Can-
died Apples: Mrs. Alice Samuelson,
Mrs. Willie Mae Daniell, Mrs. Av-
qr.1' Afnrfit i -!l AT r,,-
Robert Ecker, 13-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ecker, Sr., of
Parker was painfully injured last
SSa turday night when he was struck
by an automobile in Highland View.
Ecker, along with two other boys
ha d come to Highland View by
boal with an uncle from Parker and
had tied up in the Canal for the
nigh The boys decided 'to walk to
!he bowling alley and were on their
way when Ecker was struck 'by the
The boys were walking on the
lefil side of the highway -itPh E. ker
apparently on the road Roberr.
-,ontgomery of Port St. Joe was
passing a car abreast of the three
atrya ee iLar ;in;i .1"Mrs. Sylvi a Cos-
...... oys when his automobile hit Ecker
breaking his hand alid leg and
inflicting several cuts and bruises.
I Ecker was taken to the Port St.
7- oe ?hInicipal! Hospital for treat-
B d, No charges were filed in the ac-
Lose 6-0 To Chipley Tigers To Get
Firm -old On NWFC Conference Cellar
By WILL I. RAMSEY here Friday night. It was Chipley's
The Port 'St. Joe 'Sharks took first score of the season that was
over sole possession of last place good enough to blank the Sharks
in the NWFC -as they lost their and allow the Washington County
fifth straight game of the season team to pick up their first win of
Fullback Tommy Sisk. (Cisco) lowers his head and puts a stopper
in front of a Chipley Tiger runner in last Friday night's game here
on the Port St. Joe High School athletic field. The Sharks lost the
Hannon Outlines City Program to Rotary
Mayor Frank Hamnon told the
Rotary Club about the new city
budget and garbage ordinance last
Thursday, in an informal talk to
that club on civic matters.
Hannon said that the city had
adopted a budget requiring 13.7
mills to finance: Hatnon said that
he personally, had voted against
the budget. sincp he felt the millage
was not high enough. Hannon ex-
plained that the village was set
at eight mills' two years ago and
the city was just now overcoming
the year of austerity. He reported
that a mill in the City is now val-
ued at $10,000 on a ,property valua-
tion of $10,000,000.
Hannon explained the new gar-
bage ordinance adopted by the City
which is designed ito put that de
apartment more on a paying basis
and thereby give better and more
Guests of the club were Ellis
Stevens and Kenneth Dykes of
Port St. Joe High School, both out
standing students in chemistry.
the season with a 7 to 0 verdict
over the hapless iSharks.
The game started out .as a punt-
ing duel 'between the Sharks Jim-
my Goodman and the Chipley punt-
Both boys got plenty of oppor-
tunity to punt due to either the
lack of offense or good defense of
the two teams.
The Sharks were unable to mus-
ter any kind of offense in 'the first
two quarters while Chipley was
having their ,best efforts in these
periods. The Tigers scored in the
second quarter on a 60 yard drive
that ended with a one-yard quar-
terback sneak for the score.
The Sharks came back into the
third period all fired up and it
looked like they 'were really going
to make a 'game of it only to have
two excellent drives end in a fum-
'ble and a pass interception. Quar-
terback Kenmnington had a frus-
trating night as time and again his
pin-point passes 'were dropped bv
the Shark receivers.
Although the Shark defense 'was
pretty leaky most of the night, there
were some bright spots in the play
of Paul Roblbins, Jimmy Goodman
and Bobby Wiley.
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The Sharks will celebrate Home-
coming Friday night when: they
meet Bloun'tstown on the Local
field. The Sharks will 'be meeting
one of their largest opponents of
the year when they tangle with
-the always tough Tigers from Cal-
houn County. Blountstown features
a good running and passing attack
again this year and will 'be seeking
revenge over the drubbing the
Sharks handed them last year.
Advance tickets for tomorrow
night's game may be purchased
at Smith's Pharmacy for those
who wish to avoid the long wait
in line at the field box office.
Yards Rushing ..........
Yards Passing -.---.....
Intercepted by -.. ......-
St. Joe Chipley
An I 'n MI. P r- .
Cub Scot : of NewYear
The first announced Pack Meet-
ing of Cub Scout Pack 47 for the 'b- Ceorge Anchors and Fo.p Gen.
new Cub Scout year was held on ,ry.-
October 4 in the Stac,House. The nor Den for tae next
meeting, was called to order by
Cubmaster James Moore who asked moiPh ws Den 4.
Joey Blan to lead the group in the The n xt pack -meeting will be on.
Pledge of Allegiance. to the Fla November 1. at 7.30 at the Stac
Attention was called to exhibits HIouu.
by Dens Three, Four and Five and
these were viewed with inter,-s.t
by those present. Den :Moihers "',r -
the coming ye.,r ivwere announced as -
follows: Den 1, Mrs. Edwin PeLers;
Den 2, Mrs. Blan: D' :,. Mrs. '"
James Moore; Den 4, Mrs. Leroy ..
Bowdoin; Den 5, Mrs. l';ali'ki. All .
An interesting program iwas pre-
sented by Mrs. Faliski's Den 5, the .
theme being "Robots".' .
During the business session Cub-
master Moore stated that the trea- .
surer's report showed a balance of .'.'.
$20.45 as of October 4. A summary '
of the scouting activities for the '
previous year showed much worth-
while activity on the pDart of the -,
group. The number of dens has in- '
creased from three to five with an .'
increase in Cub Scout membership. '''
The Pack participated in I wo par-
ades. during the year and several .
field trips were enjoyed by the .....'.-,,
various Dens. An afternoon of a'c- '
reaction was enjoyed by the entire
group at Mexico Beach Amusement ';"'
Center in June through the courtesy -- "..-....-..,.'%
of Bob Sidwell.: Oe
The Pack was host to a district ; 1 iizenS CIU
track meet and placed second in
the participation. The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Awards were presented as fol- Sigma Phi were hostesses to the
lows. Senior Citizens Club Monday eve-
Billy Barr Two Silver Arrows. -ing. This Sorority was active in
Bobby Faliski Gold Arrow, Sil- organizing Ibhis worthwhile organi-
ver Arrow. nation for our Senior Citizens. The
Jim Myrick Bear. Serior Citizens have been active
Calvin Johnson Bear. since March of 1962 and have
Jim Moore Asst. Denner, grown to an active membership of
Bear, Gold Arrow, Silver Arrow. 25. They enjoy meeting together
5 Robbie Freeman Bobcat, and every second and fourth Monday
8 Denner. of each month. Their very approp-
1. Kenneth Small Wolf, Gold Ar- rate motto is: "Enjoy yourselves,
2 row. ita li ter than you think."
1 Absent but earning awards were Enjoy themselves is just what
55 Michael Wimberly, Steve Macom- they did Monday night. For this
Dr. Harold Canning (left) of Wewahitchka, receives a plauqe of
appreciation from J. C. Belin, finance chairman of the Gulf Coun-
ty Chapter, American Cancer Society. Canning received the recog-
nition for the "Saddliri' Seminoles", who presented a horse show
netting over $1,500.00 for the cancer fund drive. Looking on are,
Miss Joey Canning, President of the Saddlin' Seminoles and Tommy
Lane, treasurer of the young horsemen.
City Police Arrest Book Peddlers
For Violation of City Ordinance
Dies In Live Oak
Howard McKinnon, age 49, gen-
era]. manager of tb Nortr. Florida
Telephone Company died Monday
morning of this week in the Suwan-
nee County Hospital at Live Oak
after a ,brief illness.
Prior to his recent move to Live
Oak, Mr. McKinnon was superin-
tendent of the St. Joseph Telephone
and Telegraph Company here in
Port St. Joe.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Helen McKinnon and a son, How-
ard, Jr., Live Oak; his mother, Mrs.
L. L. McKinnon, Chattahoochee and
one 'brother, Rev. Philo L. McKin-
non, Jonesboro, Ga.
Funeral services were held Wed-
nesday morning at 9:00 a.m. in
Live Oak. Interment was in the Mt.
Pleasant Cemetery near Ohatta-
hoochee at 4:00 p.m. Wednesday.
City police i arrested three out-of.
town book salesmen in Port
St. Joe Tuesday night amid charged
them with violating a city ordin-
ance, according to Chief of Police
H. W. Griffin.
Griffin, explained that city ordin-
aBr? requires that much salesmen
post bond In the city to gu2antee
delivery of the magazines before
being allowed to sell subscriptions.
He said the three men arrested had
been warned of the city ordinance
on several occasions, but that they.
refused to post the bond and don-
tinued to sneak into the city to
sell their wares. Griffin said that
his department had received sev-
eral complaints on -the salesmen
during the past several weeks.
Tuesday night, city police caught
the three salesmen and jailed them
overnight for failing to comply
'with the city ordinance.
A special session of city court
was held yesterday morning for
the three. 'Municipal Judge I. C.
Nedley fined one of the salesmen
$100.00, another $50.00 and released
the third upon learning that it was
his first trip to Port St. Joe.
b Honored With Costume Party
party a Hallowe'en masquerade
theme was chosen and all came
dressed accordingly. Not only did
the Senior Citizens of Port St. Joe
attend, but 25 members from the
Panama City group and 20 mem-
bers of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority.
The Recreation Center was the
meeting place for this assemblage
of weird costumed folk. Costumes
ranged from a leopard, beatnik, pi-
rate, mountaineer, farmers a.nd
many more. The judges had great
difficulty in choosing the most un-
usual and funniest costume. The
party room was perfectly accented
with the seasonal spirit. Black
cats, pumpkins and witches filled
every corner and one could almost
feel the ghost breathing down
Many enjoyable games were
played which climaxed with the
telling of ghost stories. The story
tellers were given small candles
and could talk as long as the can-
dle 'burned. The lights were turned
off and many hair raising tales
were told. Then the group joined
in with group singing and those
among the group 'who were talented
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Canning Receives Cancer Award
15, I ILI
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Miss Rita Cooper Honored With A
Miscelaneous Calling Shower Oct. 11
Miss Rita Cooper, November To complete the table, compotes of
bride-elect, was honored with a nuts and dainty cakes were -served
miscellaneous calling shower on Mrs. W. D. Sykes presided.
October 11, in the home of Mrs. The honoree chose an iridescent
George Cooper of 1028 McClellan satin brocade dress and wore a pink
Avenue. Hostesses were Mrs. Du- corsage .presented to her by the
iel Brigman, Mrs. W. D. Sykes, hostesses.
Mrs. Edgar 'Smith and Mrs. George Mrs. Cooper chose for her .daugth-
Cooper. I ter's shower an emerald green
A color scheme of yellow and dress of silk shantung and wore a
white was used artistically thru- whi'e corsage.
out the party rooms. The refresh-! Mrs. Lucas, mother of the groom,
ment table 'was overlaid in import- wore a floral silk dress of blue and
ed fine linen and held an ivy-encir- .green and a white corsage.
cled punch bowl complimented by Mrs. Clyde Gentry assisted the
a gold candelabra with yellow tap- honoree .by keeping the bride's
ers from .which fell ribbon and ivy., book.
Tremendous group of these v -
popular coat styles, and all
with pile linings and trims; "
in a host of great fabrics.
Select yours today.
for Mr. "In-Between *'..
sportshirts too snug
or too sloppy!... try
Stop singing the blues... and start singing the
praises of Manhattan for giving you a wide selec-
tion of handsome sportshirts in that great new
in-between size: MEDIUM LARGE. Medium
Large fits you when a Medium is too small, and
a Large is too big... gives you that neat, trim
look that a wall tailored shirt should have. Thanks
to Manhattan's new Medium-Large you can have
the best-dressed, best-looking sportshirt around I.
MEN & BOY'S WEAR
"Outfitters for Dads and LadW"
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Elected recently as Sophomore Class officers were ama C
left to right, Clyde Farmer, president; Anne Mid- plans
dieton, secretary; Martha Kneece, treasurer; and gradual
Larry Davis, vice-president, ogy, c(
Farmer is from Port St. Joe, having graduated partici
from the local high school in 1960. He is the son Young
of Mrs. Myrtle J. Farmer of Treasure Island, Pan- a Kiw
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1962
Frontiers in an Old World", and led the 'group in singing the WMU
Sr., led ,the group in prayer. song.
Mrs. Chafin taught the first chap- A film, "World Evangelism in
ter from the mission book, "New East Asia", was shown.
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Mon. thru Thur. _- 4:46 p..
Sun., Fr., Holiday __ 2:4 pa.
THURSDAY and RIDAY
~I, / -..HERBERT LOM
City. He is majoring in commercial art and
to transfer to Florida State University upon
nation in June. His interests Include archaeol-
oin collecting and art. Actlvixties Farmer has
pated in include: a jazz combo, Episcopal
Churchmen, Lions Club talent shows, and
Many lovely gifts were sent and E. Knight, Mrs. Norris Daniell, Mrs.
'displayed. Approximately 70 per- Et11in Franklin Pippin and Mrs. Joe Mor.
sons called 'during the 'appointed l r.in
arty hours. Holds Meeting .Members atteidng were Mrs.
Bill Brown, Mrs. Kenneth Cox, Mrs.
4is' cooper will become the The Eta Upsilon .Chapter of Beta H. T. Dean, Mrs. Gordon Farris,
bride of @tpph en Lucas, ;Saturday Sigma Phi held their model meet- Mrs. Robert Freeman, Mrs. Wayne
morning, November 3, at ten o'- in.g Tuesday, October 16, at the ,St. Gay, Mrs. Waylon Graham, Mrs.
clock in the Long Avenue Baptist Joe Motel, with Mrs. Courtney Jack Hammock, Mrs. David Jones,
Chur ,, Martin, president, presiding 'oyer Mrs. 'Courtney .Martin, Mrs. Earl
the business session. The 'meeting McCormick, Mrs. Roy Maddox, Mrs.
*i t*' was opened by repeating the open- Gerald McGill, Mrs. ,Edwin Peters,
First Baptist ing ritual in unison. The roll' was Mrs. John Scott, Mrs. Braxton Ward
p alled and the minutes of the pre- and Mrs. Bill Rish.
Circle 3 Meets Tious meeting was read by Mrs. H. -
T. Dean. The president theni wel- I
Circle Number 3 of the WMU of comedy 'the new rushees. A program irle I as
the Flrt Baptist Church ,met Meon- was given on Beta sigma Phi, the
the First C m aims, purpose, and scope was g Iv I
day, October .5, in the home of aims, purpose, and scope ws .gi-v ISSIOn
s. W. S. Qutobe res, Sr., or the en by Mrs. Bill Rish, History of sion program
Mrs W. Qeeting ar es, r., orhurch Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. Edwin Pet-
irst meeting of he new churchers, The Achievements of the Eta WMU Circle One of the First
yearman, Mrs. James so, Upslon Chapter was given by Mrs. aptist Chrch met Monday after-
called the meeting to order and David Jones. Mrs. John Scott gave oon oitrh eighteen members program.
de re a vnery informaivebta hel ent for a mission study program.
offered prayer for a GA leader also Advanages of M.emberahip". Mrs. Program .chairman Mrs. W. M.
for missionaries on the calendar of Roy Maddox was in cClarge of an in. Chafin brought the devotional tak-
prayer for October 15. Mrs. Milton teresting 'display of items that sig. en from Luke 4:33, Acts 8:1, and
Chafin, program chairman, with unified Beta Sigma Phi. Acts: 8:4 and Mrs. T. E. Parker,
'the assistance of Mrs. C. D. Spears, The members -enjoyed a very in-
Mrs. W. S. Quarles, Mrs. C. A. Mc- teresting program given on Prose
Clellan, Mrs. W. S. Smith and Mrs. by Mrs. Edwin McGill and Mrs. Roy
Roy Irwin, brought out the theme, Maddox. The meeting was closed
"Unto the Stature of Christ". Pro- by repeating the closing ritual in
gram topic was "The Significance nison.
of 'the WMU Emblem". Rushees attending were Mrs.
After the business of the day was Thomas Freeman, Mrs. Basil Mc-
concluded, Mrs. Baggett closed the
meeting with prayer. Eight mem- RADIO STATION LOT
bers were present to enjoy the hos- Radio Sta. WJOE Present
vitality of the hostess. Chicken Sal-
ad, crackers and punch were en- PORT ST. JOE
joyed by all. WED., OCTOBER
The November meeting will be Shows, 4 & 8 pmIl
with Mrs. J. 0. Baggett on Seventh Doors, 3 & 7 pm
White City VFD
The White City Volunteer Fire
Department Auxiliary 'met October
17 at the home 'of Mrs. Gary Gor-
Further plans were made for the
coming bake sale to be held Novem-
ber 10 in front of Roche's Furniture
Store in Port St. Joe.
After the business meeting, de-
licious refreshments were served
to the nine members present.
The next meeting will be held
November 7. We invite every 'lady
in White City to join us.
GARDEN CLUB GENERAL
MEETING NEXT THURSDAY
All members of the Port St. Joe
Garden Club are reminded of the
general meeting 'to be held Thurs-
day, Nov'mber 1 k 'the 'Sun Room
of the Motel St. Joe. A film, "Holi-
lay With Flowers", will be shown.
All members are urged to bring
gifts for the Boys Industrial School
to this meeting.
THE WORLD ITS FIELD
ITS TRIUMPHS REACH
BEYOND THE SEASI
THE COLOSSUS OF
1,000 WONDERS FILL-
ING 3 RINGS, 2 STAGES,
GIANT HIPPODROME AND
MIGHTY AERIAL ENCLAVE
FRISCO and TheYear's Best Holl-
HIS FUNNY FORD day Is the advent of
King Bros. Circus.
GREAT JESSICK Millions of People
revel in the Merrl-
STANDS ON 1 FINGER mentand Wholesome
100 PERFORMERS Fun of this Annual
50 WILD ANIMALS Young andOldfrom
$500,000 INVESTED Far and Near Join
Hands to Celebrate
$3,270 DAILY EXPENSE the HAPPIEST HOLIDAY.
TWICE DAILY AFTERNOON and NIGHT
CHILDREN 75c-ADULTS $1.00
ONLY BIG SHOW COM-
ING IN 1962. LARGEST
SHOW HERE IN 27 YRS.
SUNDAY through THURSDAY
THE MOST EXCITING HUMAN DRAMA
THE SCREEN HAS
i 9 EVER TOLD!
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer presents Samuel Bronston's Prodwation
JEFFREY HUNTER. SIOBHAN McKENNA -HURD HATFIELD ROH RANDEL -ViVEOA LINDORS
RITA GhM. CARMEN SEVILLA BRIGID BAZLEN HARRY GUARDINO RIP TORI
FRANK THING GUY ROLFE* MAURICE MARSAC GREGOIRE ASLAN ROBERT RYAN
Hs Jo IM EL BROSTO
komoPHILIP YORDAN. D- d ICHOLAS RAY. mSAMUEL BRONSTON -
EL & CLEANERS
PICK-UP and DELIVERY by A. MORGAN JONES
NO LAUNDRY SERVICE SATURDAY -- DRY CLEANING til NOON
ONE DAY SERVICE -
Complete Laundry Service
Dry Cleaning Service
Trained, Expert Employees Will Give Your Garment the Finest of Care
412 Monument Avenue
Notice is hereby given that the Tax Rolls are now
open for payment of 1962 City Taxes at the City
Hall, subject to the discounts provided by law.
Statements have been mailed to all property own-
ers or their agents, at last known address.
PLEASE RETURN TAX COLLECTOR'S COPY
WITH TAX PAYMENT
J. B. WILLIAMS
City Treasurer and Collector
CITY of PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
I 9~ ~d
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1962 ry W. Elliot, aviation electrician's
mate second class, USN, son of Mr.
n. ri*- I*--.- -mi n me,* ow f-n "HTn/l
Port St. Joe High School Announces
Honor Roll for First 6 Weeks Period
The Port .St. Joe High School is
happy -to announce the Honor Roll
for the first six weeks period of the
.1962-63 school year.
'The pupils listed on this roll have
not only made outstanding records
on academic achievement but have
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U. S. FORCES, THAILAND (AH-
TNC)-Army Specialist Six J. C.
Blanford, 24, son of Mrs. Annie D.
Underwood, 243 Avenue A, Port
'St. Joe, recently arrived in Thai-
land from Hawaii with other mem-
'bers of the 35th Infantry.
Specialist Blanford, who has been
ih Hawaii since last May, is a med-
ical aidman: in the infantry's Head-
quarters Company. He entered the
Army in August 1958.
Blanford was graduated from
George Washington High School in
1957 and wa employed 'by the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital before
entering 'the Army.
Harry L. Babbit, Jr., In
Order of Gownsmen
Sewanee, Tenn.-Harry Living-
ston Babbit, son of the Rev. and
Mrs. H. L. Babbit, Sr., of 116 Hin-
ter -Circle, Port St. Joe, is a new
member of the Student Order of
Gownsmen at the University of
the iSouth in Sewanee, Tennessee.
Gownsmen enjoy certain (privi-
leges and immunities amid they
sl-are responsibility for maintain-
ing the standards of student con-
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ceses of the Protestant Episcopal
Church, 'located on a ten-thousamid
acre campus on 'the Cumberlanid
Plateau, 2,000 feet above sea level.
Perry W. Elliot Serving
With 'Navy At Sanford
SANFORD, Fla. (FHTNC)-Per-
son Ave., Port :St. Joe, is 'serving
'with Heavy Attack Squadron Three,
:based at the Naval Air Station in
The squadron is the replacement
crew training squadron for Heavy
Attack Wign One, composed of sev-
eral squadrons flying the A3D Sky?
warrior aind A3J Vigilante long-
range jet 'bombers. .
The aircraft are the largest car-
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THE STAR Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1962
Sikes Speaker at Dam Dedication
Main speaker, Congressman Pridgeon, said Sikes, from the
Bob Sikes, paid high tribute early 1950io', took ithe id ea and,
to C. F. Hanlon and Harland worked mightily to make it a real-i
S,.both of Wewahit ch- ity. Giving generously of his time,'
Pridgeon, both of Wewahitc- talent, and money, he made trip
ka, at the dedication of the after trip after trip seeking support'
,Dead Lakes Dam on Wednes-t for the dam, ways and means of
day afternoon of last week. financing its construction.
Better than 2,000 turned out Although many people were in-
for strumental in bringing the dam to
for the occasion, in made-to- e
reality, if .any one man kept h-e*
order dam-dedicating weather. ,breath of life in the idea first pro-
Hanlon, editor of the Gulf Coun- posed by Editor Hanlon, it was'
ity Breeze *from 1925 to 1953, envis- Harland Pridgeon.
loned a dam at the south end of
the Dead Lakes, as far back as 1934
when he printed an. article in the
Breeze supporting the idea. When
he sold the paper in late 1953, he
,was still plugging away at the
idea, 'hopeful that one, day the
dream would become a reality.
It is fitting that both men were
signally honored at the dedication,
'and by no less a figure than Comn
Now that the -good work for -the
Dead Lakes is done, Sikes said it's
time to concentrate our attention
on St. Joe Spit, where efforts are
San Francisco- Super Shell with Platformate has just delivered a mileage
bonus of 4.33 percent. Platformate is Super Shell's mileage ingredient.
Shell engineers test Super Shell for mileage in many different types of cars,
in many different places. Here's how the test above was run. Exactly
250 cc (about half a pint) of a fuel blended without Platformate was fed
into the test car's engine. The car was started, accelerated to 30 miles per
now in -progress to establish this
area as a St'ate park.
Sikes advocated similar projects
elsewhere in the State, where nec-
essary, as a means of attracting
and keeping more and more visi-
,tors. Florida, h said, is a State
we should have finished what we
started, that we've still igot it to
do, and the job doesn't get anp
-* Mississippi and Meredith. He
thought the President let the sit-
uation get out of hand. He thought
blessed with an abundance of water sending federal troops there was
in a time when other states are wrong, felt that other means were
fretting over inadequate supplies. available for dealing with the prob-
In his windup, Congressman lem of one trouble maker's consti-
Sikes took a hurried look at the tutional rights against the more
last session o f Congress, said the important interests of the majority.
session was a good one in which ( The ;Supreme Court Prayer
much beneficial legislation was Decision. He hopes Congress will
passed. He said Congresisonal leg- d-, something to nullify this unfor-
islation had strengthened the na- tunate opinion.
tion's defenses, slowed the march Gov. Farris Bryant preceded Sikes
of Communism. to the microphone and gave praise
He was concerned about three to those in the earlier state admin-1
major developments: istration who had helped make the
Cuba and Castro. He thought Dead Lakes Dam possible. He point- I
Knight and Costin presented bills
reflecting this work, in their res-
pective houses, got .them passed.
Thus in 1957, Gov. LeRoy Col-
lins appointed five men to mem-
'bership on 'the District. The same
dam construction. This sum is be-
ing repaid via a half-mill levy on
real and personal property in the
two counties, as well as through
revenue raised from sale of Dead
Lakes fishing permits costing $1.25.
e dto areas in adjoining counties five are still serving. They are: Pridgeon, who is liaison officer for
where redevelopment was becoming Harry Saunders of Port St. Joe; the District, estimates that total
more than a word. This dam, he William Linton, present chairman money borrowed for the construe-
said, is a symbol of 'what we can and J. E. Pridgeon of Wewahitchka; tion and repair of the dam will be
do as we move to our place in and G. U. Parker and C. L. Anders paid back in ten years or less.
the sun. of Blountstown. Since the dam will insure a con-
In the early 1950's, 0. F. Hamalon, In ,due time an appropriation of stant water level' of six feet in the
former editor of the Gulf County $100,000 was passed by the Gener- Lakes, allowing year around fish-
Breeze, a weekly newspaper in the al Assembly and labeled it a match- ing, it is expected that the dam
,little West Florida community of ing fund to be used by Gulf and will assist in boosting the economy
Wewahitchka, began a campaign Calhoun counties toward construe- of both counties.
for the construction of a dam at the tion of a dam across the Dead
foot of the Dead Lakes. Lakes. The Dead Lakes is fed by the
In 1955, Charley Johns, then the All of the money available from Chipola River. Around the Lakes
Governor, created the Dead Lakes the state on that original appropria- and on 'the river are better than
Commission. But this group died tion was never used. However, $90,- 50 fish camp operators who, along
without accomplishment. 000 was borrowed from the Inter- with sportsmen, will benefit ap-
In, 1956 Rep. Cecil Costin, Jr., nal Improvement Trustees toward preciably.
and :Sen. Bart Knight, with Harland -
Pridgeon of Wewahitchka, worked
out the details of creating the Dead
Lakes Water Management District.
hour, then held there until fuel ran out and the car rolled to a stop.
Distance: 6186 feet (indicated by dotted line in background). Next, test
was repeated, using Super Shell-the same fuel as before but with
Platformate added. Precise same volume of fuel. Same car. Same speed.
Same driver. Same conditions. Distance: 6454 feet. That's 4.33 percent
farther than the car traveled with non-Platformate gasoline.
New documented tests prove that
one of Super Shell's 9 ingredients packs
extra mileage into every gallon
THE picture above was snapped a few
moments after Super Shell with an
extra mileage ingredient called Platformate
delivered a mileage bonus of 4.33 percent.
That's a typical result from a series of
mileage tests Shell engineers recently ran
on the outskirts of San Francisco.
The tests compared two gasolines. One
was a gasoline Shell scientists purposely
blended without Platformate. The other
was Super Shell-the same gasoline as be-
fore but with Platformate added.
Shell engineers used a 1962 convertible
for the tests. You may be driving a similar
car right now.
In test after test, Super Shell with
Platformate consistently took the car
about 4 percent farther than the gaso-
line blended without Platformate.
NOTE: For more details on these tests, see
caption under picture. And for technical
data, write to the Shell Oil Company,
50 West 50 Street, New York 20, N. Y.
Platformate gets its name from the plati-
num re-forming process used to make it.
Pressures up to 600 pounds per square
inch and temperatures up to 1000 degrees
literally tear petroleum apart. A precious
platinum catalyst then helps re-form the
petroleum into super-energy components.
RESULT: Platformate can release more en-
ergy per gallon than the finest 100-octane
aviation gasoline. Your engine can convert
extra energy into extra mileage.
Super Shell has 9 ingredients
for top performance
Extra mileage is just one part of the top
performance story. Super Shell's other
ingredients complete the picture. Here's
what they are and what they do.
TCP* for power, mileage, longer plug life.
Pentane mix-for fast "warm-up."
Butane-for quick starts.
Anti-knock mix-to resist all kinds ofk 'no6k.
Alkylate -to help control "high-speed
"Cat-cracked" gasoline-for power.
Anti-icer- added in cold weather to help
check carburetor icing stalls.
Gum preventive- to help keep carburetors
Super Shell-the gasoline with
9 ingredients for top performance
*Trademark for Shell's unique gasoline additive. Gasoline containing TCP is covered by U.S. Patent 2889212.
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Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. 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:O00 am.
CHRISTIAN CADETS 6:15 p.m.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:30 p.m.
Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) ....-.... 7:30 p.m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Coener Third 8L and RaKtasll Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Paser
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 am.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30 pa.
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PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
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Morning Worship 11%:00 A.M.
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"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Joel S. McGraw, Pastor
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.
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Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
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Rev. JAMES J. HILL, Pastor
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/M THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1962
SHighway Patrol Warns Drivers of
Daogers in Driving After Sun Goes Down
TALLAHAS SEE- The Florida home from school and many will
lHighway Patrol this week warned i be darting across the streets and
motorists that the traffic accident highways -homeward bound after a
rate goes up as the sun goes down. busy play session. Be ever watch-
The mileage death rate is greater ful for the kids and look out for
t i night than in the daytime, said the grown pedestrian, said Kirk-
Patrol Comdr. H. N. Kirkman and
with the approach of the winter
mon':hs the days will grow shorter
in a hurry.
"Although the volume of traffic
is greater in daylight hours, and
analysis of day and night mileage
death rates made by the National
Safety Council show the death
rates at night are sharply higher
than the daytime rate," Kirkman
He pointed to another problem
confronting motorists. Children
will try to cram In every extra
hour of play time when they get
He emphasized the need for the
pedestrian 'who works until after
*dark and who walks an appreciable
distance to dress properly by
wearing easy to see light colored
clothing to reduce the prospects
of getting rammed by an unwary
"Reduced visibility because of
short days, means an increase In
responsibility for both the driver
and those who walk. Watch out for
yourself when you drive, and to
the pedestrian I say 'don't walk
yourself to death."
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SCIENCE COMES UP WITH
MORE THAN MOON-DREAMS
At one time, finding cures or pre-
ventives for various diseases
remed as staggering as any
space problems we might have.
But science comes through, as
With new vaccines to immunize
children against diseases that for-
.erly crippled or killed. For us,
I filling your doctor's prescription
is no problem at all, thanks to
science, your doctor's wisdom
Sand our own knowledge and skill.
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Ave.
Drive-In Window Service
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1962 work. Call 229-2466 after Monday.
Sff highway. Call C. W. Long, 227- I will do part or full-time book-
1686. tfc-10-18 keeping in my home or at you.
__ place of business. Experienced
FOR SALE: Electric range. Cheap. i" a" types of book work. Typ-
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R. W. HENDERSON, Phone 229-
FOR SALE: 1959 trailer house. $800 1716.
equity and take up payments for -
24 months. For information call WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 11i,
229-1497. 2tc THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
ing first and third Tuesday
FOR SALE" Wurlitzer piano, Ital- nights, 8:09 p.m. Amerclan Legion
lan provencial style. Re-posses- Home.
sion, take up payments. Also Wur-
litzer organ Italian provencial style EPTIC TANKS rumpled out. Call
used for short -while as demonstra- Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
tor. De-humidifier for pianos and wick expert service, tfe
organs. Call 227-2931. *tfc-8-30
FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom
brick home, 1031 Long Ave. Ph.
648-4128, J. A. Mira.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 1301
Woodward Ave. FHA approved.
Low down payment. Phone 227-
FOR SALE: Fully automatic sew-
ing machines only $169.95. We
take anything of value as down
payment. Easy terms. SURPLUS
SALES SEWING CENTER (across
from Post Office.) Ph. 227-2011. tf
FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom home
in excellent condition, with den,
tile bath, wall to wall carpet in liv-
ing room. Many other extras to go
with sale. Located at 1310 Wood-
ward Ave. Priced for quick sale,
Presently FHA financed.
If interested phone 227-5261, George
H. Wimberly, Jr. tic 10-4
S I WANTED. Woman 'to live in for
ISSmltldu AdsK 8-10 ,days, care for 2 young chil-
Classified Ads dren and do light housework. Apply
--- Mrs. Zela Adams, 1015 Monument
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- Ave- l1tp
ment for couple only. 1621 Monu- MAN WANTED for 1500 family
meant Ave. Phone 227-7641. Rawleigh businesss in Gulf Coun-
FOR RENT: Furnished one bed- ty. Permanent if you are a hustler.
room house and two bedroom side Write Rawleigh ,Dept. FAK-100-123
duplex furnished. Two 2-bedroom Memphis, Tenn. 3t-10-25
houses furnished. St. Joe Beach. WORK WANTED: Maid in home.
smith's Pharmacy tfc-9-13 Georgia Finn, 256 Ave. F. 2t
,FOR RENT: Private room and MOVING? T k of MAYF W
bath. Everything furnished. 511 MOVING? Think o f MAYFLOW .
7th St. Phone 227-4241. tfc-10-4 Let SURPLUS SALES of ST.
7th t. hone 227-4241. tc-10-4 JOE handle your moving and stor-
FOR RENT: Garage apt. Furnished age problems. Free estimates, lo.
4 miles South o' Port St. Joe on cal and long distance. Experienced,
Hiway 30, Phone 227-8305. tfc-10-11 responsible. Phone 227-2011, or
.- .come in and ree us at SURPLUS
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- SALES of ST. JOE, 201 Monument
ed apartment at 228 7th St., Ph. Ave., Port St. Joe, across from
227-7761. tfe-10-18 the Post Office.
FOR RENT: Furnished house, 3 WANTED: Experienced motel maid
bedroom, 2 bath, $55 mo. also 2 Steady work. Apply in person
bedroom house trailer, $30 mo. On only at Gulf Sands Court. tfc-9-20
'hwy at Beacon Hill. Mrs. L. T. Ar-
nold, Phone 648-4238. tfc-10-4 DIAMOND RINGS, watches, shot-
guns, pistols, tools, fishing tackle,
FOR RENT: Newly decorated two' sewing machines, record players
bedroom furnished downstairs and many other items. PROWS
apartment. Close in. Call Mrs. R. Used Auto Parts and Pawn Shop,
H. Brinson, 227-5756. Itc 301 Third St. lltp-10-18
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished MAID WANTED: Neat, clean.
house at St. Joe Beach. 1 block -with health card. Part time house
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-CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE-
TWO EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS TO SERVE YOU
BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE
1107 GARRISON AVE. PHONE BAII 74141
As of this date, Thursday, Octo-
ber 25, I will no longer 'be respon-
sible for debts incurred in my name
unless approved tby 'me personally.
G. L. DUREN 4tp-10-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
CALVIN B. BROWN,
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. Each claim or demand must
be In writing and muststate 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.
/s/ SOLOMON W. BROWN
Administrator of the Estate
of Calvin B. Brown. deceased.
First publication on October 4,
CECIL G. COSTIN. JR.
Attorney for Administrator.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
You will take notice that the un-
dersigned is engaged In business in
Port St. Joe, Florida under the firm
name of ST. JOE RADIO & TV
COMPANY and will register said
fictitious name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Gulf County,
Florida at Wewahitchka, Florida.
This the 8th day of October, A.D.
ROBERT L. NOBLES
JAMES E. JONES
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR GULF
In Re: Estate of:
EARL CHITTY, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Earl
Chitty, deceased, are hereby noti-
fied and required o file any claims
or demands which they may have
against said estate In the office of
the County Judge of Gulf County,
iFlorida, in the courthouse at We-
lwahitchka, Gulf County, Florida,
within six calendar months from
the date of the first publication of
this notice. Each claim or demand
must be in writing and must state
the place or residence and post of-
fice 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.
Dated October 17, 1962.
MARY LOUISE CHITTY,
Administratrix of the Estate
of Earl Chitty, Deceased.
William J. Rish
303 Fourth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
Attorney for Administratrix 4t
First publication on October 18,
every Wednesday night. 8:00
at Parish House, 09% 0th 8L
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 329-1241
further information or write P
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40.
0. F.-Meets second sa;d' ft
Thursday. 8:00 p.m. in Ame
Legion Hall. All memnibers urge
Noele Grand: Emmett Danie
Secretary: J. C. Martin
R. A. M.-Regular convocation
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, 1
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All
Ing companions welcome.
Everett McFarland, High Pr
Edgar Smith, Seeretary
THERE WILL BE a regularly
munication of Pirt St Joe L
No 111, F. & A. M. every first
third Thursday at 8:00 pm.
ROY L. BUROH, W. M
ROY K. BLACKSHAR,,
All Master Masons cordially ta
MEMBER: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
our areams come <,-8
Super Right Fresh Pork Ha e
Federal Tax Take
'In State Is Growing
Federal tax collections in Florida
have been growing at a faster rate
than personal income of Floridians
during the past ten years. But a
one-year reversal of this trend in
1961 has revealed significant facts
about the ,state's economy, the
Florida State Chamber of Com-
merce :said this week.
"Pointing u'p the ten-year trend,
federal tax collections in the state
increased 175 per cent while the
personal income grew at a some-
what slower rate, 152 per cent. Na-
tionallyl, thte difference In rates
was not so .great as, in Florida as
internal revenue collections were
up 69 per cent and personal income
64 per cent.
"Although this long-term trend is
well established, the slow-down in
the economy 'last year has reversed
the trend temporarily, as in other
like periods. A comparison of 1960
income and internal revenue collec-
tions illustrates this situation.
"Total internal' revenue collect-
ions in Florida during the calendar
year 1961 were less than one per
cent over 1960 while personal in-
come of Floridians gained 4.4 per
cent. The national figures were
slightly lower in each case but the
relationship was the same as in
"The sum collected in Florida
last year stood at $1,412,513,000.
This was made up of $232,538,000
paid by corporations in the state,
down 3.6 per cent; individual in-
come taxes not withhell, $382,674,-
000, down 3.4 per cent an individual
income taxes withheld, $648,921,000
up 5.3 per cent. The balance of the
sum was principally on luxuries
and dropped 2.6 per cent from the
"The make-up 'of Florida's popu-
lation, with faster growth in num-
bers of youngsters and oldsters
than of the middle age and income
producing group, underlies the 1960
to 1961 reversal of .trend", the
trade body said.
Red Delicious or McIntosh
Fresh Crisp Pascal
2 stalks 2'9c
2 lbs. 25c
Sunnybrook Brand Fla. Grade 'A'
FRESH Large EGGS
ctn. of doz. 49c
Light Meat TUNA
7 Ounce 9I
Jane Parker Orange or Cherry Iced"-Reg. 59o
LAYER CAKE ea. 49c
Jane Parker Delicious Cake-SPECIALI
PLAID STAMP CO UPOrNS
SUNSHINE BRAND CUT GREEN SPECIAL!
BEANS 41Cn 59c
ANN PAGE TOMATO SPECIAL!
Red Cheek-Qt. Cans SPECIAL! Ann Page-10V2 Oz. Cans SPECIALI
Apple Juice 4 for 89 c Tomato Juice 5for49c
Bake-Rite Pure SPECIALl lane Parker Enriched-14 Oz. Loaves
Shortening 3 'lb. 57 C White Bread 2 for 31c
CLOROX gal. 65c
TISSUE 4 rolls 53c
Soot Paper-Reg. Size
TOWELS 2 rolls 43c
FLOREENT, 10c off 69c
Palmolive Soap lOc
Palmolive Soap 2 for 31c
Ann Page Elbow(
MACARONI lb. 23c
Chase & 'Sanborn-4c OFF
COFFEE lb. 63c
SYRUP 12 oz. 25c
Tooth Paste 2 gt. 89c
Welch's (20 oz.)
Fruit of the Vine 49c
OEM sG &I
14 oz. 28c
Veg. SOUP 2 for 31c
10 jars 99e
TISSUE 2 rolls 27c
SCOTKINS 2 boxes 35c
Welch's (10 oz.)
GRAPE JELLY 25c
BLEACH '/2 gal. 35c
TIDE gt. size 79c
FAB lg. size 33c
Ig. size' 33c
AJAX 2 cans 49c
Cashmere Bouquet 10c
Bath Bars 2 FOR
Cashmere Bouquet 31c
Fish Chowder 15 oz. 29c
Minute Maid Frozen-6 oz.
Orange Juice 2 for- 39c
AJAX 28 oz, 39c
SYRUP 28 oz. 37c
Welch's (20 oz.)
GRAPELADE : 37c
SAIL gt. size 53c
510 FIFTH STREET
Prices in this ad are effective
Through Saturday, October 27
Jane Parker Delicious
Time for a low cost Auto Loan ?
If your car is reaching the old one-horse shay stage, don't wait until you're faced
with a big repair bill trade it in now with the help of the Florida National
Bank. A low cost auto loan from The Florida National will put you back on the
road with a new car in no time. Drop in today!
Florida National Bank
at PORT ST. JOE
- I_ I
Super Right Fresh
Morton Quick Frozen
PO 0T PIES
Cap'n. John's Frozen
"Super-Right" Western Beef SIRLOIN or T-BONE
u 12 K-10L X V 1%.- lial-r Ur vy Ilult
MEMBER: lrd atoa rupo ak
THE STAR,,Port .St. Joe, FJa.. Port St. Joe Elementary School
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1962 Monday, October 29
Pork and noodles, buttered spin-
Sach, -baked saurkraut, green salad,
Student Council chrery pie, white bread, butter and
Attends Meetina Tuesday, October 30
Atvuen s WMeetin gSpaghetti and meat sauce, green
Beans, lettuce and tomato salad,
October 13, five Student Council school baked rolls and butter,
members and the 'sponsor of Port grape jelly and milk.
'St. Joe High School went to Panama Wednesday, October 31
City to -attend the District I meet- Hot dogs, potato salad, English
ing of the Florida Association of peas, cabbage slaw, pumpkin pie,
Student Councils. The students at- hot dog buns and 'butter and milk.
'tending were: Catherine Duren, Thursday, November 1
president; Sa'ndra Baxley, vice- Liver and brown gravy, rice, tur-
president; Jimmy Goodman, trea- nip greens, coconut pudding, corn
surer; Leon Hdbbs and Wally Dod- bread and -butter and 'milk.
son. Friday, November 2
The Bay High dance band enter- Macaroni nd cheese, spiced
taned the representatives. They ,beets, green field peas, celery
were also carried for a tour of Tyn- sticks, fruit jello, White bread, but-
dall Air Force Base where they ter and milk.
were guests for lunch.
The new. officers elected for Dis- CARD OF THANKS
trict I wei5e: IMarianna High, presi- The family of Mrs. W. 0. Ander-
dent; Eseaitij .Hiigh of Pensacola, son wishes to express deep grati-
vice-president; and Cottondale High tude to all the friends who have
School, 'secretary and treasurer, been so thoughtful and kind dur-
*'tBy. LEON HOBBS and jing the illness and passing of their
PAULA LOVETT wife and mother.
By Sgt. DICK DOYLE I
Florida Highway Patrol
a Captain J. W. Jourdan reminds
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wayne motorists that this week's violation 1
Smith of Port St. Joe announce the 'is aifed at those who through im-'
'birth of a daughter, Tonya Dale on parking position violations add to
October 18. the .growing Florida accident prob-
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Harrel-l of lem.
Port St. Joe announce the birth of Stopping partly on the pavement
a son, Terry Dewayne on October or leaving the front or rear of a
14. vehicle protruding on 'the pavement
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rhames, Jr., is not only unlawful but hazardous.
of White City announce the birth Florida law *states that upon any
of a son, Olie Waynie on October 17. highway -outside -of a munnicipality
(All births occurred at the Port you shall not stop, park or leave
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.) unattended, upon the paved or main
COURSE IS SCHEDULED
* A leadership course will be held
November 7 at the Emmanuel Bap-
tist Church for all WMU leaders.
A nursery -will' be provided for
SUPPORT THE SHARKS
Quality Dry Cleaners
In The IGA SHOPPING CENTER
AGAIN PRESENTS .
LOW WEEK-END CASH and CARRY PRICES
OCTOBER 25 through 31
WITH EACH BUSINESSMAN'S SUIT
Cleaned and Pressed. .. We will
FINISH A TIE AND SHIRT FREE!
LET US DO YOUR FAMILY WASH FOR ONLY Sc A POUND
5 SHIRTS FINISHED FOR ONLY $1.00
"When You Think of Cleaning .
. Think QUALITY!"
traveled part of the highway 'when
it is practical to stop, park or
leave such vehicle off 'part of the
state highway but in every event
an unobstructed width of the high-
way opposite a standing vehicle
shall be left for the free passage
of other vehicles and a clear view
of the stopped vehicle shall' be
available from a distance of 200
-feet in each direction upon such
Even when cars are properly
parked 'off the pavement there is a
tendency of oncoming cars to
swerve 'across 'the center line in
passing. A dangerous tendency if
other vehicles are approaching
from the opposite direction.
Florida traffic deaths to date are
over the 1,000 mark. Nine of these
having occurred in Bay County.
;Should your vehicle become dis-
abled on the highway and it cannot
be moved make sure that someone
is attempting to warn oncoming
vehicles of the danger while help
is 'being summoned.
The Florida Highway Patrol re-
uminds you that they are as close
as the nearest telephone.
Midget Investments With
You can afford our Prices!
2 door, hardtop. Was $450.00
'55 Olds Sale Price $295
3 door Was $795.00
'57 Mercury Sale Price $495
Station Wagon Was $695.00
'57 Chevrolet Sale Price $395
F-600, 2-speed Axle. Good pulpwood truck.
Sale Price $595
AS THE RESULT of the popularity of the new 1963 F ORD, we are dealing for good, clean used cars daily.
This means a good selection of money-saving USED CARS to choose from!
BOY Ages 7 through 11 enter our
Punt, Pass & Kick Competition Now!
OCTOBER 31 IS THE LAST DAY TO SIGN UP!
BIG PRIZES! For grade school boys 7 through 11. Compete with boys your own age. No body contact.
No equipment needed. FREE instruction book, autographed picture of an NFL player and Ford Tele-
viewer when you sign up! Bring dad. .. get full details!
For 12 Months
ST. JOE MOTOR CO.
322 MONUMENT AVENUE
Four-Door V-8 Was $495.00
Sale Price $295
Every Car Carries A
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Published Every Thursday A' 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Fltwa
Bi, Ine Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. AMSIY Editor and Pubhihef
Also Linotype Operator, Ad S.lesman, Photographer, Columnslat, Rporte, r
Reader, Buukkeeper and Complaint DLpartnrnt
DIAL 227-3161 POSTOFFICE Box 308
Entered as secoln-elass matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postottice, Port St. Jm,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS. 8127-50
TO ADVEF 1 ISERS-In case of error or omlstons in .dvr't-Iemernt&. the publlahers
do not hid themselves liable for damage torthet thi.aa --2nt rw-elTed for sacw
Regular Price, $6.98
Now 10% OFF
Fieldcrest Muslin PILLOW CASES
Reg. 59c each All Colors
20% OFF Regular Price
All Colors and Sizes
20% OFF Regular Price
Pure Linen TABLE CLOTHS
All Colors and Sizes
20% OFF Regular Price
Fieldcrest All Sizes
BATH TOWELS HAND TOWELS
and WASH CLOTHS
20% OFF Regular Price
Ladies SHIRTS 20% OFF
In Winter Wear Fabrics
ly touchdown. The Sharks kicked
to Apalachicola and were not able
to hold them as they tied the score
6-6 at the end of the first period.
The beginning of the second quar-
ter, the Sharks made their major
mistake of fumbling an onside kick.
This fired the Apalachicola 11 up
as they went from 'here to score
their second Itouchdown. At the
half, Apalachicola led the Sharks,
The second half saw neither team
threatening to score until the
fourth quarter, a.s the Sharks with
their backs to their own goal via
penalties and missed signal's were
forced to punt. With a fine return,
Apalachicola was able to score their
Boys playing well for the Junior
J *g TThe Sharks seventh and eighth Sharks were Ends Wayne Pate, Ed-
Jr. H Team grade team had won two previous die McFarland, Byron Baxley; tack-
-A L games 'by the scores of 13-6 and les Mitch Johnson, Sheppard Gon-
Loses to Apalach 6-0. The Junior Sharks started off zalez, Jimmy Lester; guards La-
on the right foot, but were never mar Orrell, Danny Raffield, Ricky
The old adage that if you play a able to keep their offense going. Thursday; center Alan Hu'mphrey;
team day in and day out, they 'will The defensive team was hurt by backs led by Rod Bowdoin were
beat you, certainly proved to be minor injuries to several players. David Wood, Charles Williams,
true this past Tuesday night as the The Junior Sharks started off Larry Branch, Tommy Atchison.
Junior High seventh .and eighth like they were .going to win their Tommy Adams and Johnny Martin.
grade team played Apalachicola's third 'game easily. The Sharks re. Tentative plans call for the Jun-
seventh .and eighth graders for the ceived to start the ball game and ior High team to play two more
third time and came out on the on their first play from scrimmage intra-squad games and close out
short end by the score of 19-6. David Wood skirted right end for their season.
60 vard.-r~rl and the Junior Sharks on-
Reduced to $1.00
1 LOT OF:
Reg. $4.98 and up-Reduced to
$3.98 and up Reduced to
bU- yarcis afiu Lat! jumur oaaiiL6 un-Y -
Again it will be our privi-
lege to vote in a general
election on November 6.
PLEASE GO TO THE
my name for your
Judge, Small Claims
for another term
J. C. MARTIN
Don Levens Phillips 66
Service Station and
The Constitution Convention His-
toric Memorial Council to The Flor-
ida State Board of Parks and His-
loric Memorials has named its
Council officers for the year be-
ginning Novmeber 1, 1962 -and end-
ing October 31, 1963. Mrs. Ned S.
Porter was re-elected chairman of
the local Council and Mrs. Charles
Brown was re-electied secretary.
Jesse Stone was appointed by this
Council -as Committee COhairman of
the St. Joseph Point and Peninsula
State 'Seashores Park Project.
All members of the Council
,pledged him their complete support
The other two ,members -of tlhe
Council are Harry Saunders .and
Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
(Continued From Page 1)
The refreshment table carried
out the theme with, a huge (pump-
kin nestled in fall leaves and pine
cones. The orange and black color
scheme wtas carried on through to
even the punch table. Refresh-
ments included fresh pumpkin pie,
open face sandwiches, chips, nuts,
homemade cookies, punch and cof-
Everyone agreed that it 'was a
very enjoyable party and Panama
City Senior Citizens extended an
invitation to Port St. Joe Seniors
to Their next party.
King Bros. Circus
Coming To Town Oct. 31
Pretty girls and elephonts spell
circus, as almost ,everyone knows,
and this is especially true with the
King Bros. 3-Ring ,Cicrus, billed as
the "old reliable" coming to Port
St. Joe, Wednesday, October 31 to
give 4:00 and 8:00 p.m. perform-
ances at the circus 'grounds near
radio station WJ6E'.s transmitting
station. 'The circus is being spon-
sored under the auspices of WJOE.
Here we have Rosemary Nelson,
one of the many loveliess in the
spectacular- aerial ballet, topping
in attractive decor the tub mount
of two of the middle ring herd of
performing jumbos, of which there
are three herds.
'Reports of 'Employees
Wages are Due to SS
Employers are reminded that
their reports of employee wages
are due by October 31, according
to John V. Carey, District Manager
of the Panama City 'Social Security
Office. The reports must be made
to the Internal Revenue Service
and cover the 'three month period
of July through September.
Mr. Carey pointed out that 'some
employers, especially families em-
ploying household workers mistak-
enly feel that they do not have to
submit a report when they have
So ne employee. This misunder-
standing may cause the employer
to pay all the Social Security tax,
a penalty and interest later. The
law covering domestic workers has
been on the books since 1951, but
'Radio Sta. WJOE Presents
PORT ST. JOE
Shows, 4 & 8 pm 31
Doors, 3 & 7 pm
'RADIO STATION LOT
Going 'through our Cash Minus
billfold we found the following
poem received in the mail from
"When a bit of sunshine hits
ye After passing of a cloud
. When a bit of laughter gits
ye An' yer spine is feeling'
proud Don't fergit 'to up and
fling it At a soul that's feel-
in' blue For the minute that
ye 'sling it It's a boomerang
to you." Since we thought about
it, believe this has already ap-
peared in this column! We
think it ,good enough, however,
to 'bear a repeat, don't you? This
could be a boomerang day for
you for me!
Other mail lifters: "Dear sir:
Please find check enclosed for
the following invoices Our
records indicate you have paid
same twice!" Out of the
clear, blue sky via air mail: "Sev-
eral times during the past few
weeks I have wondered about the
course of things with you" .
(From a busy professional man,
intensely dedicated to his work.
The second paragraph contained
a unique and helpful idea. It's an
interesting observation that peo-
ple who get the most done never
seem to hurry! Here we venture
to suggest that you'll enjoy your
shopping more and save more
money when you give yourself the
needed time! Why not? It is good
to have a cheerful, newsy letter
from my mother, confined to bed
most of the time with a broken
'hip (it's been about 6 mos. .
-she says the 'doctor -tells her she
may try to walk in two months,
maybe ) .. From the book,
"Peace of Mind": "I set down my
inventory of earthly desirables:
health, love, talent, power, riches
land fame. Then I proudly showed
it to a 'wise elder. "An excellent
list", said ,my old friend, "and set
,down in reasonable order. But
you have omitted the one import-
ant ingredient, lacking which
your list becomes an intolerable
'burden." He crossed out my en-
tire schedule. Then he wrote
three syllables: Peace of Mind.
"Talent and health He gives to
many. Wealth is commonplace,
fame not rare. But peace of mind
He bestows charitably." It's not
too late to consider the value of
the comments of the wise old
Well, we've done it again Yes,
departed from the subject .
and the place where we most be-
long .. Selling wearables at
Boyles Department Store where
shoes for the 'family are stacked
high, wide and handsome ... .
'where racks, tables and shelves,
.are loaded to capacity. W'il you
return with me to these familiar
scenes where it's a fine privi-
lege to .serve friends and custom-
ers. S'long. -RGB
P.S.-My wife, Erlma, has been
attending 'a Big R. R. R. Show at
the Atlanta Merchandise Mart
this week Goodness knows what
you'll be seeing at Boyles next!
(Get out your check book, son-
I seem to hear her say!)
it is estimated that there are still players. Mr. Carey emphasized any
many employers of domestic work- cleaning woman, maid, cook, baby
ers who are failing to comply. This sitter, or yardman who works for
law applies to employers of domes- as much pay as $50.00 during -the
tic help as well as to business rem- three month period, July
RADIO and TV REPAIR
Radio TV Stereo Air Conditioners
ANTENNA SYSTEMS, GOOD USED TV's $35.00 up
SERVICE CALLS $3.00
Phone 7-3251 or 7-3911 Day or Nite
DAY or NIGIIT
317 REID AVENUE
(Next Door To Telegraph Office)
Your Satisfaction Is Our Business -
All Occupational Licenses for the City of
Port St. Joe for the year 1962-63 are
due and payable on or before October
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
J. B. WILLIAMS
CITY AUDITOR and CLERK
WEEKEND SPECIALS MEN'S
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY SAVINGS SWEAT SHIRTS
Grey and White Reg. $1.59
LADIES' QUILTED DUSTERS 10% OFF
CLEARANCE SALE on
6 70-15 6.70-15
BLACKWALL / 7-50-146.70-15
TUBE-TYPE TUBELESS TUBE-TYPE
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
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R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
PHONE BALL 7-4261
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
TONY POWELL Men's and Boy's Department
GLADYS S. GILL ..-.. Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
RUTH KEELS Sportswear and Hosiery
NORMA LEE ROYAL Shoes for the Family
[RIS OLIVIA DAVIS .....--- Ladies' and Children's Lingerie
HAROLD KEELS and RUTH MONTGOMERY ___ Extra
It's Spooktacular!. It's Bewitching!
And It's Even Downright Hair Raising!
It's Pocketbook and Bone Rattling!. It's Screamish and
Squemish! It's BOYLES trick and Treat Hallowe'en
Celebration! See our spooky, sideways ad! Page 3