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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 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-Chaltahoochee Vcdfey"


MONEY TALKS-Left' keep
It where we can speak with ft
once In a while-Trade with
your home town m uerchantl


PORT ST. JOE, FLOURIDA


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presented- iby committee chairmen
at the Rotary ClVb meeting last
Thursday.
Reports o'r this nature must be
presented' to fthe-District Governor
ol his dilal visit, scheduled for
December of this year and Presi-
dent Silas .'Stone requested the
reports early 'for the, edification of
thie Clb. -
The reported ranged from plans to
provide scholarship opportunities,
to giving awards -for scholarship
achievements to planning for fur-
ther imipoyements in the Rotary-
sponsored youth programs, includ-
ing Boy and Oub 'Scout activities
in the city.
Guests. bf -the .club were Frank
-Parker and Oscar Koehnemann of
Panama City and Pete Fox and
XKathlee 'inith from the Port St.
Joe High 0 8'ool.

'Park 'Board .Director
To Visit St. Joe Spit
Walter A; Coldwell, Director of
the Florida Board of Parks and His-
toric Minorfils'tlll' be in Port St.
Joe lWFray-to tour the proposed
park ariit. on St. Joseph Spit. He
will toui-e'.'area by land and wa-


Sharks Get Closer To Victory With A Two Point Loss To

Blountstown Tigers Meet Unbeaten Bonifay Tomorrow


It's been a long and humiliating
process for the iSharks but they
seem to be finally getting together
as a team after a dismal start this
season. The backs are running
with more confidence and drive
and 'the defense has shown consid-
erable improvement.
Despite the 14 to 12 loss last Fri-
day night to Blountstown, the
Sharks played well enough to win
,and had it not been for two costly
fumbles and two pass interceptions
the Sharks just very well .may have
racked up their first season victory.
The Sharks fumbled the first
,two times they touched the ball in
the first quarter and Blountstown
took advantage of the first fumble
to score their 'first touchdown. It
took an outstanding effort of a
Blountstown, p as s receiver to
snare a 30 yard pass for their first
touchdown.
The Sharks came roaring back in
the second quarter when Johnny


ter. .' Chafin, filling in for quarterback
This tor is to begin preliminary Buddy Kennington who was injur-
pla's for "the proposed 2,000 acre ed, heaved a 20 yard clutch pass to
state park, Lonnie Smith on Blountstown's one
During ehis stay in Port St. Joe, yard line. A penalty set the Sharks
he.will be entertained by the Port back to the six and it took four
St. Joe Chamber of Commerce. downs for the Sharks to score but


tuesday Is Election Day


tes Gulf Historial

times Membership


A It Area Forest Fire Prevention Members Next T

ETAOIN S, DLU Gather At White City for ood and Talk
by Wk WAl Y .RllMSEY for ao d
Some 75 forest fire prevention desperately in need of seedlings for
Hooray for M'1A~i!' members from Bay, Jackson, Gulf, replanting operations. He also em-
Aid a &*: salutations to JFK Franklin, Calhoun, Liberty and phasized a new program of graft-
too, for finally listening to the Gadsden Counties gathered at the ing pine seedlings for a superior OUnty Board Crea1
'wishes of t4hepeople. Fire Tower at White City Tuesday tree that will mature much faster
Mr. Krushblchr backed down', as night for their annual meeting. than present .trees grown on tree CommiSSion and Na
he always has, when we have stood Invited were local and area gov- farms. More money is needed to
titn. It slan't that ie's 'getting too expand this program. --
old to "play war", it's. just that he ernment people and 'management Coulter said that 'their new equip- The Gulf County Board of Com-
ha sense enough to know he can't of the State Forestry Service, in- meat request during the past two missionersa ha officially created
eluding C. H. Coulter, State Fores- years was cut back by some $800,- the Gulf Couaty Historical. Com-
It would :-,seem expedient that, ter who reviewed *the budget for 000.00 and, as a result, much of mission, effective as of October 23
now that our team has the ball, to the coming year before the group. the Service's present equipment is of his year, it 'was announced this
try to score the "touchdown" or at The group, *in addition to listen- in need of replacement. week.
least to "run out the clock" in our ing to talks by Coulter, Congress- All in all the Forestry Service is The member t of 'this Commission
utr un t-. c man-elect Don Fuqua and State requesting .a budget of $13,309,000 will serve unto the first Monday
-, Mr. Steeenso spoke to The big and E. Forester, Ed Moore, the for the coming biennium to provide ater te firs e y n Jnuary
bear from the .Kremli, Mr. Zorin, members and guests devoured a protection for the raw material of 1964 This lhe date the County
In he only-language he or his ilk ',goodly amount of mullet, fried oys- that means a half billion dollars Boaf d appoint all sdch eComis-
can understand. And, we admire ters, raw oysters and oyster stew. annually to the State of Florida. sons and fills .ll 0County Supervis.
him for it.: Ed Moore, I & E Forester, told Congressman- elect Don Fuqua ory positions. Normally this Com-
at we can't figure out is why, te group that each county had emphasized the need for continuedmission ould ap ted in
s saa's boas6ted ability to something in common--too many vigilance by 'the forest .fire preven- inSan.naryi ol' .igbu1 L .'T d'unt
Sas" with .Russian based Mnis- fires, not enough planting and not 'tion committee by pointing out that short term to be ed. for the re-
S she sol want a base enough control burning. He com- the area involved furnishes wood mainder of this year, the appoint-
a he hould 'want a base mended the Gulf County commit- for two pulp mills, 21 sawmills, meant was extended through 1963.
S. tee for its forest fire prevention three veneer mills and one.process- OFFICERS NAMED
tnmusttbe Just a shade embarras- education program in the sixth ing plant. He emphasized that eight The County Boag unanimously
-ft for Krisna Menon and Nehru grade classes of Gulf County per cent of Florida's wood for pro- elected Mrs. Ned S. Porter of Port
to ask a nation, th.bt they have schools. cessing comes from this area. St. Joe as chairman Of this board.
~hth ed, for armsto fight a nation lyde A. Fite, of Port St. Joe,with Mr rter will be:
that they havechampionedfo produced the main speaker of the Made George Y. Core, Wewahitchka, sec-
1A* t evening, C. H. Coulter, Plans for retary;: Jesse Ston, Port St. Joe,
And I tbInkl itfitting that we evening, C. H. Coulter, State For.- P nS Madefor and asistat secretary;
should be bg" enough .to give In- ester, of Tallahassee. tmharles V. Smith-Pt St.Joe; Bil-
dIa the-arms they need to fight In reviewing the budget for the C rStmas Parade c Pot St..Je; Dave Gas-
Red China, with proper care to see coming year, the speaker said that .'. Wewahitchka; Mrs. Eunice
that thi alliance doesn't end like the Service was asking for an in- prison, Port St. J and William
the alliance with Rusia did after crease of $3,036,000 to provide a The Retail Merchant's Divislo- Brinson, Port St. Ja and William
Wo'ld War. II. Indecent pay scale" for FFS em- of Port St. Joe began mapping Rsh of Port .t. as ~embers.
It is a'ity that thousands of in- ployees, provided an extended ex- plans for their annual Christmas BUDGET SUPPLIED
ad cnt Qndians must be killed to perimental and tree farm 'program sale at the regular meeting of the .Ti Couny Boarh as included
show Meno and Nehru the folly and provide much needed *new Association last Friday at noon. $250.00 s the 196348 budget for
sf their way. ru equipment. The annual Christmas parade this the. COCimfslion to M its opera-
She Coulter said that at present the year will be held on Saturday, De. tion expenses.
There' going to be a blessed Forestry Service has a 25% labor cember 1 at 10:30 a.m. The purpose of th. Commission
eveit at ouir house. turn-over, due to sub-standard Again this year, the Port St. Joe Is to boost and coord te efforts
It has been quite some time since wages. He offered the opinion that Jaycees will have charge of the to improve historical points thru-
the patt- Gf little feet were heard. it would be cheaper to upgrade the parade. out Gulf County both W the his-
16 rocking cht r- as e gathered pay scale and keep experienced Generous cash prizes. will be torical and tourist vabil that can
S4tt. MI d-nigh f-eeding is all but personnel than It is to train new given again this year for the float, be derived from this ,actilty.
forgot personnel continuously. :winners in the parade as well as At present the Comam sion is
Blessed .motherhood is about to The speaker 'said .,hat the depart- prizes for the best decorated bley- working on the project' h, having
e'seent'a -t-o urIhousehold. meant has just gone through its cles entered by children. St. Josaph Spit created-, a state
u'isnes^e cat, "starry" s go- wrst fire period in history and is The Merchants join withe Jay- pa f some ,OO0 acres. "'bis area
Ing to hsvehkittensa,-.hs mue h historical baoMund in1
..g.ohave.kitt l es thfis section of Florida.-Ithada
S4nson;, he Siamese daddy of -settlement started in the Eagle
the unborn -Siam se- kittens, is a- Harbor area by the brother of the
most. side himself with worry. founder of New Orleans at be same
"$tarry" still insists on jumping time that the LoUisiana cy was
-to the top of the curtains to rest. coming into being. This Is only
She til .s hrogh ~tohe house ne of the many historical t 4stures
with leaps and bounds and never of the Spit area.
touches the floor. She will still
make ft in'' single- bound from cees In urging every civic al-
'thf oor tothe top of the television zation that wishes to enter a goat
set, 'her ,toriPestin. place. And *in the parade to contact Jayoee
Samson lets his consternation be president Tom Ford, assoo as
known about such carrying on by p
la cat b thi family ay-his fai- An added feature this year in
ily-with unearthlymyowls.tehsas activities thro
.."l:pda i"out' December will be the periodic
son goe .l.viug 'ad yowling to 'a.- visits by Santa Claus to the vai'
find her. "ous stores in downtown Port St.
Samson is truly the sympathetic, Joe. Arrangements have been P .de
concerned husband. who can't .To ave.SArrangeta menvisits have bee ande
ke the other of his offsprn irculate downtown every eel en
re~alizeher.con~dition-and "take it ad visit with the c bildren.
In addition to the big p'ff"lMd
the Port ;St. Joe Merchants I
Rotary Club Offers WHOA THEREI--Shark end, Bobby Wiley (right) catches up to slon will kick off the ,Chrigasl
Plans for the Year Blountstown quarterback Howell ontgomery and drags him.down shopping season with a gigantio
Plans tor .he coming year 'were from behind after skirting the Shark end last Friday night, sale on the week end of November
29 and 80 -and December 1.


those present 'by J. C. Traweek who
spoke on "Radiation Fallout Pro-
tection"; Harry Brewton, technical
advisor to the group on "Technical
and Maintenance Instruction"; Dick
Lamberson, "Traffic Handling";
and A. P. Jackson who outlined the
overall plan for coordinating fre-
quencies to be used and on the
FCC -regulations governing the
emergency net communications.
Bob Sidwell commended tohe
group for organizing such a work-
able organization.


Kiwanis Go On

I Air Tuesday

The Kiwanis Club held their reg-
ular weekly meeting Tuesday at
the Motel St. Joe.
At the meeting 'the club laid
plans for their up-coming annual
"Radio Day" which is scheduled
tor next Tuesday over WJOE. On
;tls date, the Club will operate the
local radio station for the day,
Billing the advertising, doing the
!announcing and spinning the rec-


County Radio

Net Sets Up

Disaster Plans

Some 35 men were present at a
meeting held Monday night at the
'Motel St. Joe by the Gulf County
Communications people of the Civ-
il Defense organization. -
The purpose of the meeting was
to coordinate communications ac-
tivities and assign positions to be
manned in case of an emergency.
Present at the meeting were
Tom S. Coldewey, representing the
City of Port St. Joe; E. C. Harden,.
Sr., representing Gulf County Com-
mission; R. H. Ellzey, Zone Di-
rector of Civil Defense; Curtis
Hammond, Safety Director of Ci-
vil Defense; F. E. Trammell, Civil
Defense Health Director; Bob Sid-
well, Civil Defense Director and
members of the communications
net headed by A. P. Jackson.
The communications net is op-
erating under the auspices of Ra-
dio Amateur Civil Emergency Ser-
vice, an agency authorized by the
Federal Government to provide
-temporary communications In an
emergency to supplement or aug-
ment any established means of
communications already in exist-
ar-ce.
The net is operated by licensed
amateur radio operators under the
direction of the national'.Civil De-
fease 'plan.,
11n addition 'to plans for operation
the group also made plans to con-
duct several drills in the.near fu-
ture to familiarize each member
with his responsibilities..
Short, addresses were given to


By WILL RAMSEY game of the season. Bonifay, wbho
y WILL. AMSE given up only one. touohdowa
SLthis year 'and wbo blanked ithe
Tommy Williams bulled over from Sharks 21 to 0 last year 'will be oat;
the three for the score. to extend their win streak agalnt
Blountstown's second score came thee winle Sharks. Bonitay ha9
in the final quarter after they in- virtually the same team 'that whip-
terc.epted a Shark pass on St. Joe's ped the Sharks and they will be
25 .and drove on to score. After the heavy favorites to rack up their
kick-off, Tommy ,Sisk took a hand- eighth straight victory. After a ft
off from Chafin and scooted 57 start this seaeo=a the Blue Devlts
yards down the middle to score. It have had a bhar time the past
looked like the 'Sharks would score couple of outnlg against weak op-
again .after capturing a Blounts- ponents, so it gOuld Just be that
town fumble on their 48 yard, line they are ready r a fall and the
in the waning minutes of the improving Shatrk could salvage a
game, 'but they ran out of gas on pretty frustrating season by pull-
Blountstown's 25. ing off such a miracle.
Tommy Williams, Tommy Sisk It will be intaestii ito see it
and Bill Vervacke provided most the Sharks can keep up their new-
of the offensive fireworks for the found momentum that put quite a
Sharks along with Lonnie Smiht scare in the Tig-es from BloUnts-


who set up the first ,touchdown
with his fine catch.. Gene Tin'dell,
Jimmy Goodman, Clifford Wimber-
ly, Harold Keels and Paul Robbins
were the bulwark on the defensive
scene. Robbins had to leave 'the
game in the third quarter with a
broken nose after .some fine de-
fensive work.
Tomorrow night, the Sharks
meet Bonifay In their final home


town last Friday.
THE YARDSTICK
Sharlk
First Downs 10
Yards Rushing .. 191
Yards Passing 1 W
Passes Attempted 123
Passes Completed 4
Intercepted tby --.
Fumbles Lost 2
Yards Penallaed S


Tigers
7
77
62
17
4
2
1
20


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HOMECOMING King and Queen.are shown above after receiving
honors before last Friday's football game here. Left to right are
Queen Catherine Duren and King Lonnie Smith, Crown bearer,
Ikey Duren and flower girl, Lila Gunter. (Star photo)


Cancer Meeting

Set for Next

Thursday In P. C.

How the general public should
be kept informed and fore-warned
about cancer, and what can be done
to help control the disease, will be
the theme of the conference of the
American Cancer Society which
will be conducted for volunteers in
a six-county, north Florida area.
The conference will be held ne't
Thursday afternoon, starting at
2:30 p.m., at the Dixie Sherm'an
Hotel in Panama City.
The special cancer education and
orientation meeting has been plan-
ned for Society members and their
friends, residing in Bay, Calhoun,
Franklin, Gulf, Jackson and Liber-
ty counties.
Walter Dodson, Port St. Joe, Dis-
trict Delegate Director of the So-
ciety, will call the meeting to order
and introduce Mayor J. E. Hutchin-
son of Panama City, who will wel-
come the delegation.
At 3:10 p.m., Dr. Richard Morley
will focus attention on the general
cancer problem with his subject
titled, "This Is Your Life". Follow-
ing subjects on the agenda will
cover three areas of cancer includ-
ing skin cancer, cancer of the Cer-
vix, and of the respiratory tract.
A panel discussion will then tbe
moderated by Dr. J. H. Morris, Med-
ical Advisor of the Bay County Unit
of the American Cancer Society.
At 5:00 p.m., Earl Cochran, Sup-
erintendent of Schools of Bay
County and Mrs. Rose Moeller,
Panama City, Public Education
Chairman of the Bay County Unit,
*111 describe "The Values -of a
public Education Prograi+2'
T1he guest speaker at the 6:00
p.m. dinner will be Dr. Mary Cath-
erine Park, Lay District Delegate
of District 8, Brevard Junior Col-
lege, Cocoa.

ords.
Serving on the radio program
Tuesday will be:
Marion Oraig and Marion Parker,
7:00 to 8:00 a.m.
Gannon Buzzett and Bob King,
8:00 to 9:00 a.m.
Wesley Grace and H. E. Richards,
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.
G. M. Anchors and Gene Raffield,
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Milton Anderson and Sidney An-
chors, 11:00 to 12:00 noon.
Calvin Floyd, Jim Cox and John
R. Smith, 12.00 to 1:00 p.m.
Frank Hannon, Cecil Costin, Jr.,
and 0. C. Dykes, 1:00 to 2:00 p.m.
Terry Hinote and Walter Dod-
son, 2:00 to 3;00 p.m.
Tom Alsobrook, Floyd Roberts,
and Bob Freeman, 3:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Frank McDonald and Billy Joe
Rish, 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.
George Wimberly and Joe Hen-
drix, 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Tihe "studio" will be set up in
the window of Pylant's.
The program for Tuesday was
-presented by Coach Marion Craig


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THUSDYNOEMBR 96


TWENTY-SIXTA i;VEAR'


Amendments Are


Up for Approval


Next Tuesday, Gulf Coun-
ty voters will join other voters
throughout the State of Flor-
ida in the state general elec-
tion. Candidates on the ballot
include those elected in the
Spring primaries and their Re-
publican opposition. No local
candidates have opposition,
but a blank space is provided
for write-in opposition.
Also on the ballot are several
state amendments, which have
,been published in The Star dur-
ing the past month and have been
given a good deal of publicity ti
the daily papers during the past
few 'days.
The Amendment that concerns
Gulf County, as well as the remain-
der of the state, has to do with
the proposed reapportionment of
the state -as proposed by a special
session of the legislature this sum-
mer under orders of the Federal
Court.
,Under 'this reapportionment plan
the Senatorial District in which
Gulf County now lies, will lose a
county. Bay County, now a part of
this district will receive a Senator
of its own. This will link Gul
'with Calhoun and Washington in a
Senatorial District
Today at 5:30 p.m., CST,
is the deadline for securing
absentee ballots to vote in
the November 6 election.
Absentee ballots must be
obtained from the office of
the Registrar in the.. Court
House at Wew0AiteAks.
Polling places in the Port St. Joe '
area will be as follows:
Overstreet, Community Building.
Highland View, including Beach
area, Holland Building.
White City, Community building.
Kenney's Mill, Mosquito Control
Building.
Port St. Joe-From North City
Limits to Fifth Street, City Hall.
From South side of Fifth Street to
North side of 10th Street, Stac
House. From South side of 10th
Street to North side of 16th Street,
Boy Scout Hut. From South side of
16th Street 'to Southern, County
line, Centennial Building.
Polling hours are from 7:00 a.m
to 7:00 p.m.,


Merchants Desire

Proper Care for

Fifth Street Shrubs

At the regular meeting of the
Port St. Joe Retail Merchant's
Division last Friday, W. C. Roche
entered a protest to the condi-
tion of Fifth Street and the ap-
pearance It presents to those
coming into the city.
City Auditor and Clerk, J. B.
Williams, present at the meeting
stated that the care of this street
was in the hands of the State
Road Department, and' the City
was In no way responsible for its
appearance or upkeep.
Roche still insisted that some-
thing should be done to beautify
the street and to see that the
shrubbery was properly trimmed.
He referred specifically to the
Improper trimming of the shrub-
bery planted In the center of
the street.
The Merchant's Division agreed
to pursue the matter further and
see if the proper people couldn't
be persuaded to give Fifth Street
the proper care for its beautlflca-
tion.
-a

in which he showed films of the
Friday night football game between
the Port St. Joe Sharks and the
P:ountstown Tigers.
Guest of the club was Lonnie
Sm'th from the Port St. Joe High
School.

USE THE WANT ADS


NUMIIBEn a










'Will Observe

50th Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Gainnie,
., Sr., of White City will have their
Fiftieth Wedding Amniversary on
October 31 and on the following
Sunday, November 4, from 2:00 un-
til 6:00 p.m. they would like to
have their many friends and loved
ones to 'stop 'by their home and say
hello.


At

I A


Engagement Announced

Mr. and Mrs. James Pickett Kilbourn of this city announce the
engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Eva Mar-
garet to John Forrest Tatum, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Forrest
Tatumn, Sr., of Fort Myers.
The'wedding 'will 'be an event of 'Sunday, November 25, at 4:00,
p.m., :St. James Episcopal Church of 'this city. All friends and rela-
tives of the couple are invited.


Stac House Attendance Shows A

Marked Increase During Summer


The attendance at the Stac
House has been mounting steadily
all summer with' record attendance
every Saturday night since school
started. A variety of games, includ-
ing carroms, Tool, ping-pong, ,chess,
checkers, -etc., supplement tihe lat-
est pop records for dancing.
The -Stac House Is sponsored by
the High School PTA and is sup-,
ervised by the Director. The pres-


each night. These are invited sev
eral weeks in advance, and on only.
,two occasions, -in over .a. year, jhas
this arrangement failed, necessi-
ta'ing last minute radio advise that
the Stac House would not 'be open
for that evening.-
Oflficia' memniberahip cards are
available for teen-agers 'in. -the.
seventh through the -twelfth grades.-
They may Tbe obtained:- from ',the


ence of four chaperones is required director at -a cost of 25c. *These


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MEN & BOY'S WEAR
"Otafitters for Dads and ad"


- NOW


Lunch Room Menu
'Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, November 5
Beef with -vegetables (potatoes,
carrots and onions), sliced -toma-
toes, cheese -wedges, -white bread
and ,butter, cherry pie -and milk.
Tuesday, November 6
Barbecued beef on buns, snap
beans, cabbage slaw, apple crisp,
butter and milk.
Wednesday, November 7
Corn dogs (franks) buttered po-
I'tatoes, field peas, withIham season-
ing, celery sticks, cheese biscuits,
peaches, butter and milk.
Thursday, November 8
Meat loaf, buttered rice, lettuce
and tomato -salad, -English peas,
banana.,pudding, white bread,: but-
ter and milk.
Friday, .November 9


Salmon cakes, irnstaTi41 greens;
carrot -ticks, potato sticks, dough-
nuts;, white bread, butter and milk.









Mr. and Mrs. Genero Angelto
Zitgarelli of' Apalachicola announce
theblrth of 'a son, Robert Alan on
October "25.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Hilton Howard Hall,
"Sr., of Kigard announce -the birth
of a son, Hilton Howard, Jr., on Oc-
toLber 23,
Colored Births
Mr. anid Mrs. Jarils ShutckifOrd
announce the birth of a daughter,
Carita Annett on October '13.
(All births occurred at the"Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)

RESOLUTION
in Memonly of
HOWARD McKINNON '
WHEREAS, on Monday, "Octb'W"
'22, 1962, our Heavenly fthier, 't
His infinite 'love. and wiAdom, sa*
fit to call from Qfit Chapter 191,
'Order of -the Eastern Star, our brb-
ther, Howard 'Mctinnon, to take
"his place in the Heavenly Chapter
on high;.;and
WHEREAS, he had recently
'moved from amongst us and at ,the
Itimeof his.death was living in Live
Oak,. P'erida; and
WHEREAS, we shall cherish 'the
,memory of our brother, ever re-
membering the words of 'Christ, "I
am. the resurrection and the life;
he t.hat Ibelleveth in me, though he
were -dead, yet shall he live."
WHEREAS, we extend to his
family our deep and .sincere sym-
ipathy -and express to them the in-
spiring hope given to uas in the
words of our'Master, "Blessed -are
they that mourn, for they shall be
-comforted." Now, therefore,
BE IT RESOLVED, that our
'Oharter be draped in memory of
our brother, Howard McKinnon,
'that a copy of ,these resolutions be
spread upon our minutes, a copy
sent to his familly, %and .a copy to
The -Star for; publication.
Lovingly -and fraternally
s- submitted,
Robert L. Creamer, Sr.,
Worthy Patron
Madeline Blackshear,
Chaplain
CLARA PATE, :Sec.

CARD :OF 'THANKS
I *Oitid' a"ireto : op1Sst mny ap-
precidtion to my Carnival Commit-
tee, parents, and teachers, who
worck6d to help -Make our PTA Hal-
lowe'en Carnival such a .success. I
.lSo *iwh"to? thdhk4the iany lbsi-.


- "ards-arego6d for one month, aid
must be presented at the door. The
admission withoutt "mem.mbrsfip
card is lOc a week, .payable at tnhe
'door. .A'permanient record is k4pt
of the -attendance .-each Satuiday,
therefore, ..the mAnembers and iiOn-
members 'sign-Iin, each time '-hey
'ester the biAlading and sign-out
each tine they 4fve.
Rtales adopted 'by the you-th upon
- -the reopening of the'' St-ac 'HIOse
in September,'1961, Ure -psted ln-
- .side the door. In summarniy, they
? provide f-or prohibition of alcoholic
beverages, inadequate dress, rowdi-
/ ness, profanity, and all ungentle-
manly conduct. Participant-s must
sign in and out on the register and
not loiter outside th'he'4ildiBg.
The .growing success of this youth
Program is most largely ,attributed
Sto the cooperation of 4he' yoDth' in
abiding by these rules.


7


--- THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.
n s ftas for -tiir "@rious cofitrl- loss.
butloni. It was a. flture working Tommy Prid'geon, setting records
--in almost..every division, by rolling a 446 series. Ralph Swatts, having
with flth a 'i&perative group. a 209, 200 and a 245 respectively a 'good night, followed with a 396
Thank you again for a job well for a big 654 series. He now holds series. Floyd's has jumped 'from
done. the record for high series for the fifth place to -third place in the
R. E~ RICHARDS alleys. High 'game with his 245 and league. They are on the GO.
the first and second highest games The 'Sand Bar, having trouble
Chairman of the PTA 'of the slight. He lost taking all Monday night, saved one game.
Hallowe'en Oarnival three games to Ralph Ward, who Wayne Smith led the Sand Bar
I rolled -a 201 to beat Tommy out of -with 'his 517 series. Martin 'followed
a perfect night by one pin. Tommy with a 353 series.
BOWLING ad his choice of the prizes in the Team Standings W L
BMO LIIN house, he selected a sweater do- Pat's Wonder Bar -----...--..... 27 1
nated by Boyles Dept. Store. He Pridgeon's Agency -------....... 19 13
also walked away -with half of the Floyd Chevrolet --------18 10
,nght's coffee money donated by Phillip's 66 17 15
St. Joe -Bowling .Lanes. Custom Shop --------------- 14 18
MERCHANT'S LEAGUE Pylant's, 'loaded with new men Pate's Shell Serv. ...-------..... 13 19
MERCHANT'. L. SICKMON anI eager to make up ,for lost time, The -Sand Bar .--- _10 22
n By D.L. SICKMON had Dean in first place with a 444 Pylant's 8 24
On alley.si one and two Monday series. Troy Gay followed -with a .:.
night, the Custom Shop dealt a four S82 series.
game loss to-Pate's 'Shell Service. INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE
Ralph Ward .rolled a 553 Seriesto Alleys five and six saw Pat's By LAMAR MOORE
'lead- his team. lHe pi.ckd up a ', `9, Wonder Bar roll over Phillips 66 Tuesday night's action saw the
10 split in 'the process. He came in for their second four game defeat Electric Meter team pin three losses
with a 201,;@ane in his third. in two weeks, moVing them from on Box Plant. Vitro forced Glidden
Freeman-toltowed wifth a '465 ser- second place to fourth in the teague. into a tie for fourth place by tak-
ies to take second place. Dawson Pat's Wonder Bar's, Billy Joe Da- ing three points from them. The
with his 455 series, pived-,up a.6, vis, rolled a 541 series, to .lead Pats Laiboratory got back 'on the winning
7, 10 split to win a lubrication job again this week. Jake Koller follow- track at the expense of Back Main-
doateed by the Phillip's 66 .Service ed with ,a 536 series' with Ted Gra- tenamice. Pulp Mill rolled over Pa-
Station, another ftine iS't 'Joe 'iner- bowski also 'breaking the 500 mark per Mill for four big points.
chant. with a .515 series. Sonny ,Counts, one of the best
John Akins led ate's .-Shell Ser- Phillips 66.had Al Jensen leading bowlers in the Leagu teamed up
vice with a 448 series, with 'Luie with a 498 series which was a bad with Dave Jones to lead Electric
Holland following with a 370 ser- night for Al. Ralph Moss took sec- Meter over Box Plant. :Sonny fin-
tes. ond place with a 449 series. ished with a 517 series. Dave Jones
Sicklmon set Aa new,.allpy .record Floyd Ohevrolet -met 'the Sand turned in a respectable 411. Bob
by leaving 'thd m 4ot 'oin frafies Bar on seven and eight to win three Jackson at 338 and Sam Harmon
in a three gam seriesie, of the four 'games from the Sand at 231 for two games, helped con-
Alleys-three and .ouriwere-really Bar. -siderably. Jimmy Harrison and
busy with The Prid-geon Agency iSonny Floyd, the big gun-for his, Hughy Williams were 'somewhat
pouridiig Pylanit's -fr a-four .game team, -led again Monday night with "off".


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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1962

Lee Taylor was high for Box
Plant .at 422. John Borwn returned
to action and was -a big factor in
the Plant's one victory. John hit a
417. Yank Zimmerman at 407 suf-
fered -a bad night as did Goober
Dunlap at 367 and Ted Beard at
381. The Box Plant had better get
into high gear or they may land
smack 'dab in .the cellar.

Vitro continues to press Pulp
Mill or thleague league leadership. Vit-
ro kicked Glidden for three points;
behind the deadly shooting of Bill
Tew. Bill turned in -a very high 512.
Randy McClain, even though'havlng
his troubles, was second 'high at
429. D. L. Harper was a big help
for Vitro even though he hit ,only
a 320. Danny Maddox keeps bring-
ing his average on up 'and had a
387. Ray Kennedy was cold at '373.
Glidden was at a ,disad'vantage-.,as.
they had only four ibowlera.i On top
of this, they had to spot Vitro .,a
29 pin handicap. OCharles Tharipe
had another big game of 180. This,
together with games of 154'.:by Lou
Little and 153 by iSonny Dean, 'was
the -reason. Glidden took one -game.
Bob DeLair got his 'average at 384.
'Oharles Marshall and- Tom Thorn-
ton combined. to. put the ,brakes -on
Back Maintenance. In general,
both teams bowled well enough to
win but Rod Jensen had a 132 see-
ond game. This was more than:Roa
could take 'sitting down so he:,got
up in the next game and hit a 182.
(Continued on Page 3)
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TALLAHASSEE AREA Jerry Carter was directly responsible for refunds
to the customers of Southeastern Telephone Company in North Central
and Northwest Florida of nearly $1 million.
SOUTH FLORIDA Four (4) separate rate reductions on Florida Power
and Light Co. were ordered by the commission in 1957 reducing
electric light rates $4,725,000 annually. Another $200,000 in '60, an-
other 61/4 million in 1960 and another for $2 million. Total nearly $15
million in this vast area alone.
PENSACOLA The Commission ordered rate reductions of $257,501
annually went into effect January 1958. (Gulf Power Co.)
JACKSONVILLE Refunds in gas amounted to $105,727 (Jacksonville
Gas Co.)
MADISON Commissioner Carter brought before the commission the
phone company serving Madison, into a public hearing on rates and an
inadequate and inefficient service. Charges were cut ONE HALF! This
action spurred other phone companies in the state to install more
modern and efficient equipment under the supervision and through
the cooperation of your Commissioner Jerry Carter and the Commis-
sion.
ALL FLORIDA Reduced rates for natural gas have gone into effect all
over the state by order of the Commission. Jerry Carter's first act was
to urge investigation and it resulted in the first statewide 10 percent
reduction of exchange phone charges; and abolished a 50c per month
charge for desk and hand phones.
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Parents Weekend, October 12-14,
included attendance at a special
performance o f the musical comedy
"The Boy riend," attending classes
with their daughter and meeting
her teachers and faculty adviser,
hearing a lecture on "Facing U'p To
Our International Issues" by Dr.
John A. Decker, chairman of' the
Division of Socili Studies at Steph-
ens, going to a special Dads and
Daughters luncheon and convoca-
tion and a special luncheon for mo-
thers, a tour of the campus, an open
house at the campus residence of
'President kind Mrs. 9eymour A.
Smith, an evening on campus with
their daughter at dinner and a
dance, and a Sunday morning reli-
gious service.
They were among more than
1,100 parents who came to 'the Col-
lege from all parts of the nation
for Parents Weekend.
Rev. Smith Leads Bible
Study At WMS Meeting
WMS Circle 1 of the First Bap-
tist Church met at 'the church
Monday 'afternoon for Bible study
led (by Rev. C. Byron Smith with
20 members present.
Rev. Smith used the subject,
"Judge Not, That You Be Not
Judged", using Luke 6:37-49 as the
text.
WISITS SON IN TENN.
'Mrs. J. T. Ricketson has return-
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1962


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"Bumper Thumpers" Come
Under Watchful 'Eye Of FHP
By SGT. DICK DOYLE
Fla. Highway Patrol
Captain J. W. Jourdan, FHP
Commander in !this area said that
this is "Bumper Thumper" viola-
tion week, in reference to the driv-
er who follows too closely. Look-
ing at all Florida traffic accidents
the leading role goes to the viola-
tor who follows too closely.
The 'driving public generally feels
that when someone else is involv-
ed in an accident we always sus-
pect at least a 'bit of contributory
negligence on his part; when we
are involved, we call it a "Bolt from
the Blue".
One of Florida's oldest laws
states that we shall follow no
more closely than is reasonable


and prudent. Trucks to ollow an-
other truck at least 300 (eet isMt-
ance outside of municipalities. The
well known yardstick for automo-
biles is a recommended one car
length for each 10 miles of speed
of the vehicle.
Many small children, passeUaers
in family cars are injured by being
thrown against the dash or wind-
shield because driving parents fol-
lowed too closely 'and ran Into the
raer of the vehicle ahead. A quick
computation of stopping distances
can be figured tby looking at the
speedometer needle and multiply-
ing the first number by itself and
adding a zero. Examples: at 50
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you have 250 feet needed for ap-
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WHO PROFITS ON FAB 25c

TRADING STAMPS? FAB 25C

The Answer Is: NOT THE HOUSEWIFE ... Krat STRAWBERRY or
ELDERBERRY Below Cost
but the TRADING STAMP COMPANIES JERBERRY Below Cos t
The merchant must necessarily increase the Jelly 5 r
price of his merchandise in order to pur-
chase stamps to be given with retail sales. Pillsbury
Most food stores which provide trading
stamps with sales admit that there must be BISCUITS
an increase in price of retail items in order 29
to balance the cost of trading stamps to 4 ConS 29 c
them. This means that stamps represent
from two, to five cents on each dollar of Make 14 s Sweet Milk
sales. Make 14 qts. Sweet
A book of stamps is worth only $3.00 in Carnation Instant Dry
retail value to the customer. MILK 99c

RICH'S DOES NOT PROVIDE
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King Size 24 Oz. Bottle
the cost of trading stamps rATSUP 29o c

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Red Jumbo Bunches Colored BUTTER
Grapes lb. 15c Greens bch. 19c Beans lb. 10Oc
Jumbo EACH Fresh Shelled Dally White BUTTER.
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Bags for Halloween 50 for Sweetest on Market Doz. Juicy Doz.
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Drawing Will Be Saturday, November 3


SEE THE STAR FOR DETAILS ON AMOUNT OF MONEY to be GIVEN AWAY


The Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County appoint the following ElectionCa M monoxide
Inspection Boards for the General Election
of November 6, 1962.
ewaitchk City HallPoses Road Danger
Day and Night Shift: Mrs. Jeanette Lind-
sey, clerk. Mrs. Nellie Smith, Mrs. Dollie
Weeks and Mrs. Leona O'Neil. Inspectors.
PRECINCT NO. 2 TALLAHASSEE The Florida
ewNahitchka-Teat Building Highway Patrol tilhs week warned
Day Shift: Mrs. Rosa Campbell, Clerk. "
Mrs. Ada Davis, Mrs. Myrtice Deam and motorists to watch out for one of
Might Srne: WIn. Norton, Clerk. Sam the silent dangers of winter .driving,
Britt, Paul Smith and Steve. Nations, In- carbon monoxide poisoning.
speotors.
PRECINCT NO. 5 While accidental death of -this
Dalkeith-O0ttis Smith Store BuildiUg.
Day and Night Shift: M-s, Walter Crutch- type is not definitely established
field, Clerk. Mrs. Thelm SVan, Horn, Mrs. frequently, the patrol warned that
Ottis Smith and Mr. A. L. Snell, Inspectors.
PRECINCT NO. 4 each winter brings a number of
Overstreet-Commmnity Building
Day and Night Shift rs Annie M. Cook, tragic cases in which motorists fall
Clerk. Mrs. Jimmie Hardy, Mmis Annie M. victim of this deadly 'killer.
Hardy, Mrs. Mary F. Hanlon, Inspectors.
PRECINCT NO. 5 "Carbon Monoxide is a colorless,
Highland View--Holland Building.
Day Shift: Mrs. Ted Whitfield, Clerk. Mrs. odorless poison capable of produc-
Thelma Rhames, Mrs. Gordon Adams and ing unconsciousness -and -even death
Mrs. J. J. Laurlmore, Inspeotor.
Night Shift: Mrs. J. A. Chestnut, Clerk. when present in the 'air In even
Mrs. Sybil Scheffer, Mrs Rebeeca Byrd and low concentration," said the Patrol
Mrs. P. O. Hart, Inspectors.
PRECINCT NO. 6 and gave these tips to .ward off
White Oity-Conummunity Building
Day and Night Shift: Mrs. Aliene High- trouble:
tower, Clerk. Mrs, Mary Smith, Mrs, Eva li tarti r ar in a -
Weston and Miss Edna Davis, Inspectors. When starting your car in a gar-
PRECINCT NO. 7 age be sure the doors 'are open
Kenney's MIll-Moqulto Control Bldg.
Day. and N iehrt hit: Mrs. Sam Graves, first. If yoT.r oaarhas a leaky mani-
Jr., l01erk. Mrs. Coleman Tharpe, Mrs, Bill fold exhaust pipe or ufler, have
Traveek and Mrs. Grady F.t Mims Inspectors.fod, ehust ipe or muffler, have
PRECINCt NO. s It checked and replaced If neces-
Port St. Joe-City Hat.l
Day Shift: Mrs Zola Maddonx, Clerk; Mrs. Scary.
W. J. Daughtry, Mrs. Louise Chitty and Avoid sitt n~ in your park-ed car
Mrs. J. A. Garrett, Inspectors. ". ..
Night Shift: Mrs. Emmett Daniell, Mrs. with the motor running, without at
Addle Goodson, Mrs. Chauncey Costin, and least one 'wldow down.
Mrs, Ernest Lowery, Jr. at onw dw down.
PRECINCT NO. 9 Other wIAter tips include -a sug-
Port St. Joe---Sta House ther iaola a ug-
Day Shift: Mrs. T. E Parker, Clerk. Mrs. gestion by the Patrol that you
E. H. Van. Landingham, Mrs. R. H. Tynes
and Mrs: B. H. Smith,- Inspectors. check your automobile against pos-
Night Shift: Mrs. J T. Ricketson, Clerk. sible malfunction
Mrs. Calle Peritt, Mrs. Verna Smith ands a
Mrs. Ivey J. ;Coper, Inspectors. "Check 'windshield wipers, tires,
PRECINCT NO. 10
Port St. Joe-Boy Scout Hut brakes, lights--front back and dir
Day- Shift: Harry McKnight, Clerk. Mrs. rectional-and have a qualified
Durel i Brgman, Mrs. George Cooper and
Mr-. i.) Ann Wise, Inspectors.
N ichr, Shift: Mrs. George Wimberly, Clerk.
Louise Parker, Eathryn Plair and Marion tuth Griffin, Mrs. Talmadge Kennedy and
McCall, Inspectrs Mrs. Joel Lovett, Inspectors,
PRECINCT NO. 11 Night Shift: Mrs. J. F. Christian, Clerk.
Port St. Joe -Gentennial Building Mrs. Rudy Hill, Mrs. Myrtle Fanner and,
Day Shift: Mrs. Nita Vern Jolly, Olerk. Mrs. Beatrice Revells, Inspectors.


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection, Monument and Constitutionp
REV. THOMAS 8. HARJiR$,, DQP., Minlater

Church School 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A,M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship.......--..-....... 6:30 P.M.
Evening Worship &:00 P.M.


:.1 .... -

Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
FRED) HUNT, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 ajm.
MORNING WORSHIP U1:0U a.:
CHRISTIAN CADETS 6:15 p.m.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:30 p.m.
Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) ..-.. 7:30 p.m.


Corner Third Sit. ld Battll Avm 0. BYRON SMITH, Pstar

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -...-..-...-........ 65 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) -..----- :3 p.m.
"Come and Worship God Wth Us"



PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Prayer- Service (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.
Sunday School 10:00 A.M0
Morning Worship 11:00 A.AM
Evening Worship -- 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Joel S. Mcrc.tw, Pastori
Comfortably Alp-ICon Mjofte4l


You Are Cordially Invited lToAttend

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

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEM~R 1, 1962


mechanic safety check your auto-
mobile throughout," the Patrol urg-
ed.
-K-
Vet Service Officer

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


Mrs Wager Hostess

To Eta Upsilon
The Eta TJpsilon chapter of Bets
Sigma Phi, 'was ,given a ,preferen.
tial tea October 21 at the home of
Mrs. William Wager, chapter spon-
sor. The tea was given -in, honor of
the new rushees. Those present
'were Mrs. franklin Pippin, MTs.
Thomas Freeman and Mrs. Norris
Daniell. Not present for the photo-
graph' was Mrs. Basil McKunight.
The table was beautiful with a
centerpiece of yellow roses, which
is the official f-lower -of Beta Sig-
'ma Phi. Mrs. Courtney Martin pre-
sided over the table. The guests
were -greeted by Mrs. Bill Brown.
Members attending were Mrs.


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Rev. JAMES J. HILL, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING' WORSHIP 11:15 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK SERVICE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
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ing, Subsistence or other problems. John Scott, Mrs. Gordon Farris,
During his visit in this area Mrs. Wayne Gay, Mrs. Kenneth
Weant may be contacted at the Cox, Mrs. Robert Freeffan, Mrs.
County Service Office, 104 Bay-view Waylon Graham, Mrs. Bill Brown,
Drive, Highland View at 8:30 a.m. Mrs. David Jones, Mrs. Courtney
Friday, November 9. Martin.

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Introducing


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Use of trademarks @ and RCA by Whirlpool Corporc i; manr :i r
of RCA WHIRLPOOL appliances, authorized by Radio Corp-ation of America.


Whirlpool

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Click... now it's a
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Never before offered! Doubles your
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All the advantages of a regular SPECIAL
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super-fast drying when you PRICE
want it! This, plus 3 temper-
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settings provide proper drying mS
for all washable fabrics. Come


in ... see a demonstration!


Here's a hard-working "com-
pact" that gets all washables
. even wash 'n wears .
spotlessly clean.
Magic-mix dispenser filter,
Rust-resistant cabinet and top
3-temp. washer selector,
Exclusive 3-point suspension,
Automatic spin stop,
New "Pump Protector",
Efficient temperature dry spin
speed.


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Model UD-42


Use of trademarks and RCA by Whirpool Corporation, manufacture
of RCA WHIRLPOOL appllnces, authorized by Redo Corporation of Amorlie.


Model HE340
Bakes, broils or barbecues ... all in one big full-
width oven. Mealtimer* starts and stops oven for
automatic cookery, also controls appliance outlet.
Fast-heating Jetube surface units. Oven signal
light. New easy-to-clean topside controls. *Tmk.


CHECK WITH US FOR


BUILT-IN RANGES and OVENS


2-Cycle


WHIRLPOOL AUTOMATIC WASHER

---- Not A Stripped-Down Model -
but a brand new full 12-pound capacity 2-cycle,
3 water temp., automatic washer by Whirlpool
With Trade


FOOD WASTE DISPOSER --- $49.95 up
by Whirlpool- ... Connected to drain under sink, this hidden helper chews up
waste food and swishes it away forever.

Whirlpool

550-1b. Chest FREEZER ..-wS3.72 per
as week
* 7 freezing surfaces Separate freezing and storage compartments
* Key lock Adjustable temperature control Automatic interior light
* Signal light.


WHIRLPOOL SUPREME PORTABLE DISHWASHERS
with filter-stream washing system ... 4 automatic settings "Random
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diswashing is done!


Whirlpool Imperial Undercounter Dishwashers


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Use of trademarks @ and RCA by Whirlpool Corporation, manufacturer of
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LOW COST FINANCING .


PHONE 227-8111
203 REID AVE.


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more than 100 delightfully shaped half-moon cubes.


and features 2 exclusive
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Sp* Refrigerator section never
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*- Two glide-out shelve.
*- -Built-in butter, cheese and
'- .. snack bins.
Super-storage door.
--- ---_ Jumbo twin crispers.
.I Million-Magnet* doors
If4 5 l' O' "seal" at a touch.
k- Built-in styling.
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| J_ [Portable egg bin. Super-stor-
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PORT ST. JOE,
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11 0.6e 0,-7 V ) ushes the cart.
S/ n i mrnes i :eeI ,or. c sandwich fixin's or soups,
m:.nae iC a "musi"sk s. VWe are sure that the variety of
luncheon meats, cheese. spreads, breads, and many other
sandwich items will more than satisfy your needs. Our
canned foods department brings you soups of all flavors,
of top quality brands you know will bring serving delight,
to you and enjoyable eating to your family. Why not
come in today... you'll be glad you did.


LITCHEN MEAT

SPAM


12 Oz.
Cans


IGA EARLY GARDEN

PEAS


2No. 303
Cans


IGA SLICED

BEETS


2No. 303
Cans


DINTY MOORE
Beef Stew
[GA BRAND
Spiced Peaches


24 OZ.
CANS 89c


NO. 2Va
CAN


Top Value
STAMP BOOK


29c


CAIRO BEAUTY


Peanut Butter


12 OZ.
JAR


33c


CAMPBELL'S SOUPS

CHICKEN NOODLE or
VEGETABLE BEEF


2


Cans


29c


DIXIE BELLE SALTINE

Crackers


I Lb.
Box


ic


FACTORY PACKED
SUGAR


lbs. 39c


KRAFT STRAWBERRY


OAK HILL IN


PRESERVES


SYRUPPEACH HALVES


10 Ounce
Jar


No. 2'
Can


25c

19c


PLEASE LIMIT ONE WITH FOOD ORDER
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Ground Beef 3
SLAB BACON (By the Piece-Unsliced) -
TABLERITE SLICED BAC ON -


Lbs. 1.29
- pound 39c
- -pound 49c


Port St. Joe, Florida
FOUR BIG DAYS-Oct. 31, Nov. 1, 2 and 3


TABLERITE QUARTERED
MARGARINE


ALL FLAVORS IGA
ICE CREAM

"Thaw and Cook" IGA FISH STICKS


APPLE TURNOVERS


GOOD


GOOD
Eating APPLES

RED GRAPES
YELLOW RIPE
BANANAS


4 lb. bag


2 lbs.


1 gal.


47c


59c


- 3pkgs. $1.00


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11 oz. pkg.


59c


ORANGES


2lbs. 25c


FLORIDA
LARGE
SIZE


DOZ.


Ib. 10c


WHITE HOUSE
APPLE JUICE
ALL PURPOSE CLEANER
MR. CLEAN
DETERGENT
DASH


quart bot.
giant size


29c
69c


giant pkg. 79c


WATER IMAMD
R.I C E


2 Ib. pkg.


?REMIUM IN EACH PACKAGE
D U Z large package
DETERGENT
LIQUID JOY giant bot.


33c
65c
65c


DIAMOND
PAPER PLATES
REGULAR SIZE
CAMAY SOAP
BATH SIZE
CAMAY SOAP


okg.of 10 15c


IGA LIQUID
DETERGENT


22 oz. size


39c


89c


39c


33c


5


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ORANGE

JUICE
46 OZ.
CAN 25c


BATH SIZE
3 bars 31c ZEST SOAP
REGULAR SIZE
2 bars 31c ZEST SOAP


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER .1, 1962 BRENDA WARD PLEDGES
LOST: Pair ladies glasses in red TO SORORITY AT STETSON
case. If found please leave at po- Ninety-three women have pledg-
OI/.L FIjr D IT .#/ 1 k lice station or call 227-3561. tp ed sororities at Stetson University
WANTED: First class cook. Steady in DeLand, University officials
n ...job. top wages. Apply in person have announced.
F ...to Gulf Sands Restaurant, St. Joe
Beach. tfe-11-1 Brenda Ward of Port St. Joe has
been pledged to the Beta Tau Al-
.. .. LOST: One hydraulic bumper jack pha Sorority. Miss Ward is the
enclosed in shipping box. Lost Ibe-
'tween St. Joe Bowling Lanes and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Silas R.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- FOR SALE: 1959 trailer house. $800 Apalachicola. Finder 'please return Stone.
ment for couple only. 1621 Monu- equity and take up payments for to Don Levens, 66 Service Station, 1
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641. 24 months. For information call Port St. Joe, Reward offered.
229-1497. 2tc
FOR RENT: Furnished one bed- 229-1497.MAN WANTED for 1500 family BOWling 'News
room house and two bedroom sideFOR SALE: Furnshed 2 bedroom Rawleigh business in Gulf Coun- (Continued From Page 2)
duplex furnished. Two bedroom ^to. Permanent if you are a hustler
houses furnished. St. Joe Beach brick home, 1031 Long Ave. Ph. Write Rawleigh Dept. FAK-100-123 Nelson Gardner got hot407. Peanut Mc-ld
Smith's Pharmacy. tfc-9-13 648-4128, J. A. Mira. Memphis. Tenn. 3t-10-25 Croand woturned nup a decent 407. JiPeanut M-
FOR RENT: Private room and FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 1301Woan urndia-rcs43.J
bath. Everything furnished. 511 Woodward Ave. FHA approved WORK WANTED: Maid in home. my Burke was embarrassed in the
7th St. Phone 227-4241. tfc-10-4 Low down payment. Phone 227- Georgia Finn, 256 Ave. F. 2t first gameatr at 93.Jnimficame on
3751. tfc-6-28 MOVING? Think of MAYFLOWER. 393. John McKenzie could df o no
FOR RENT: Garage apt. Furnished FOR SALE: Fully automatic sew- Let SURPLUS SALES of ST. right .when he suffered a 400.
4 miles South one 227-830 Port St. Joetfc-0- ing machines only $169.95. We JOE handle your moving and stor-
Hiway 30, Phone 227-8305. tf-10-11take anything of value as down age problems. Free estimates, lo- Charles Marshall led .the Chem-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- payment. Easy terms. SURPLUS cal and long distance. Experienced, ists .with a 461. Who said Chuck's
eFOR apartment at 2287th St.,nurPh SALES SEWING CENTER (across responsible. Phone 227-2011, or average had caught him. Tom
Apartment at 228227-7761. tfc-10-18 from Post OfSEWING ice.) Ph. 227-2011. tf come in and ee us at SURPLUS Thornton 'was 'all smiles after he
227-7761. tfc10-18 from Post Office.) Ph. 227-11. tSALES of ST. JOE, 201 Monument hit a 442. Martin Britt was much
FOR RENT: Furnished house, 3 FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom home Ave., Port St. Joe, across from help a't 377,. as was J. C. McArdle
bedroom, 2 bath, $55 mo. also 2 in excellent condition, with den, the Post Office. at 384. Keith Ward, [body English
bedroom house trailer, $30 me. On tile bath, wall to wall carpet in liv WANTED: Experienced motelmaidand all, was good for a 400.
hwy at Beacon Hill. Mrs. L. T. AT- ing room. Many other extras to go Steady work. Apply in person
old, Phone 648-4238. tc-10-4 with se. Located for quick ood- only at Gulf Sands Court. tfc-9-20 On lanes seven and eight, the
wardAve. Priced for quick sale, Pulp Mill warmed up with a 742
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom Presently FHA financed. 'DIAMOND RINGS, watches, shot- against Paper 'Mill. Pulp Mill got
house with all electric kitchen, If interested phone 227-5261, George guns, pistols, tools, fishing tackle, all out of hand in ,the second match
$40.00 per mo. Also duplex apart- H. Wimberly, Jr. tfc 10-4 sewing machines, record players and shot an 889 scratch game. This
ments, 2 bend $4oo5.00, nicely furnr m. Phone FOR SALE: Kenmore vented kero- and many other items. PROWS is high game in this league to 'date.
$50.00 and $45.00 per mo. Phone see store, double burner, 83,400 Used Auto Parts and Pawn Shop, George Hunter led the winners
64ur8-32at Mexico Beech. tc BTU's, with blower, used one win- 301 Third St. 11tp-10-18 with 'a big 530 *series. Yours truly
bury at Mexicter. Like new. Leaving .town. -Rev. SERVICES OFFERED -was next for the Pulp boys at 483.
VOR RENT:. Two bedroom unfur- George Miller, Phone 229-2161, Up I will do part or full-time book- -don't know what happened to that
nished apartment with garage at
1206 Palm Blvd. Call 227-7431 after FOR SALE: Beachfront property, keepinginbu my home or at you; really had the answer to some big
4:00 p.m. tfc-11-1 100' x 130' with 2 apartments fur- pace of business. Experienced questions. Joe Davis, old reliable,
nished house, concrete block with in a" types of book work. Typ- (most of the time) shot a 476. Rob-
FOR RENT: Good investment. Far- 2 garages and paved driveway. L. ing work done neatly and correct ert Whittle found the range at 449.
mere's Apartments in Oak Grove. W. Porter, RFD 2. Box 118, Palatka, R. W. HENDERSON, Phone 2- Leo "watch me" Shealy, got his
Terms. Call 227-8165. 4tc-11-1 Fla. Phone 325-5504. 3tc-1 1716. average at 364.
... WIL IS V. ROWAN, POT 116 The Paper Mill coughed up the
*0W P R ED COLOR Tm A THI AMERICAN LEGION, Meet" -our points, but not without a bat-
ing first and th rd Tuepday tle. Bill Whaley hada 448 despite
LOW PRICED COLOR TV 0 night, 8:00 p.m. American Lelon 16 splits. Bill converted half of
Home. these splits. Billy Joe Davis also
EPTIC TANKS rTumped out. Call had his share of splits and suffer-
S Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for ed a 427. Archie Floyd looked real
) wick expert service. tfe good and got his average when he
..hit a 399. Bill Banks and Bill Hen-
NOTICE derson were somewhat cold when
__ 0 As of this date, Thursday, Octo- they didn't quite break 400.
1_h ber 25, I will no longer 'be respon-
4 4 sible for 'debts incurred in my name
unless approved by me personally. Port St. Joe, Florida
G. L. DUREN 4tp-10-25 A'torney for Admitnistratrix 4t
n 1NOTICE OF INTENTION TO First publication on October 18,
+ REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 1962.
You will take notice that the un- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
designed is engaged in business in every W nesday night, 8:00 ..
__ oo Port St. Joe, Florida under the firm a every Wedh Hnesday night, :00 p.m
_name of ST. JOE RADIO & TV at Parish House, 809% fth St Port
-I __ fictitious name 0with t1he Clerk of Box 581 5.
cOt os nam aw teC erk f fBurtherinformation or write P.
7 The FRASER the Circuit Court of Gulf County,
Florida at Wewahitchka, Florida. SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
Special Series 213-F-10-M This the 8th day of October, A.D. o. F.-Meets second and fourth
U 260 sq. in. picture 1962. 4t-10-11 Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in American
SRCA VICTOR M ARK 8 COLOR TV ROBERT L. NOBLES Legion Hal All members urged to|
RCA VICTOR MARK 8 COLOR TV 0 k attend..
CD IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Nolie Grand: Bmmobt Daniell
o RCA Victor's Lowest-priced COURT IN AND FOR GULF Secretary: J. 0. Martin.
>. Mark 8 Color TV + COUNTY, FLORIDA
*- In Re: Estate of:' R.A.M.-Regular convocationof
High Fidelity Color Tube Delivoer CD EARL .CHITTY, Deceased. St. Joseph Chapter No. 66, R. A.
> Dramatic New Picture Fidelity -11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
SSuper Power Chassis All creditors of the estate of Earl Ing companions welcome.
Super Power ChassiChitty, deceased, are hereby noti- Everett McFarland, High Priest
Super-powerful "New Vista" Tuner fied 'and required +o file any claims Edgar Smith, Seoretary
or demands which they may have
0 Only Two Color Controls Make Tuning Easy a' ainat said estate in the office of THERE WILL BE regular om-
the County Judge of Gulf County, No 111, f. A irtiSt.J L d
$49500 ordain the courthouse at We- A ..r...r.
$ 5wahitchka, Gulf County, Florida, third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
within six calendar months from
See Color TV in our Window, Tues., Wed., Sat., & Sun. the -date of the first publication of
UALL 227-4081 for FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION this notice. Each claim or demand ROY L BURCH, W. M.
must be in writing and must state ROY L. BURCH, W. .T
the place or residence 'and post of- ROY K. BLACKSHEAR, See
Ifice address of the claimant and
ST. JOE RADIO & TV COMPANY mustbe swornto y the claimant,
his agent, or his attorney, or it will
Phone 227-4081 308 Fourth Street become void according to law.
Dated October 17, 1962.
MARY LOUISE CHITTYY,
Administratrix of the Estate
of Earl Chitty, Deceased.
William J. Rish
303 Fourth ;Street



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11956 the law was changed to pay nuals for the back aTras of the gt. I~la, D M arria and carnations are color=l plants.
cash disability benefits at age 50 den are delphinium, larkspur, example., For low edging you After sowing 'the seed of your
beginning in July 1957. The 1956 Icleome and hollyhock. might use allyssum, verbena, phlox choice in flats, and while you are
amendments also lowered the re-' In 'the- center rows and toward or some of the dawrf nasturtiums. waiting for them to reach trans-
tirement age for women to 62, and the front you may consider the me- With up to 100 annuals to choose planting size, prepare the flower
provided payments to idsabled chil- dium height plants. Petunias, cal- from, it shouldn't be a problem to beds.
dren of deceased or retired work- endulas, ageratum, didicus, gypso- fill the garden with many kinds of First turn the soil with a spade


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S. Program

27 Years Old
The Social Security program is


era.
In the 1960 amendments Congress
removed the age requirement for
disability benefits and many young
disabled workers, qualified for pay-
ments. The 1961 changes in Social
Security provided reduced pay-
ments to men at age 62, raised pay-
ments to aged widows and depend-
ent (parents, and raised the mini-
mum payment.
Another part of the law which
has changed considerably, accord-
ing to Carey, is the definition of
retirement. "When I started with
the Social Security program in
1938," Carey said, "a worker was-
a't considered retired as long as
he made $15.00 a month. Now, we
Spay retirement checks to many
Workers who are still working." A
'worker past retirement a.ge can
earn $1700 a year and get .all but
$250 of his year's Social Security
payments.
Many people have a very hazy
idea of just what to .expect from
Social Security at death, disability,
or retirement, according to Carey.
"That's why we encourage folks to
come see us before they retire," he
said. Many 'people past retirement
age but 'still working, think no ben-
efits can be paid because they are
earning over $1200. Actually many


27 years old; passed by Congress people in this area are losing some
in 1935, it actually started in 1937. payments each month because of
In reviewing the program since it this mistaken idea. Workers should
began, John V. Carey, District visit the Social Security office
Manager for Social Security here, when they reach retirement age-
said that few government programs whether or not they plan to retire.
have grown like Social Security. The Social Security Office for
Recalling the original act, Carey this area is located at 1135 Harrl-
remarked that it at first provided ,son Avenue, Panama City, Tele-
for only small lump sum payments. 'phone PO 3-5331.
The 1939 amendments provided --I-
monthly benefits to survivors as
well as retired workers. In 1950,- GARDEN NOTES
Congress voted coverage for self- IIV I-O
employed workers. Work require- By HERVEY SHARPE
ments were lowered and benefit B E ce
,Fla. Ag. Ex~tensio~n' Servioe
payments raised that year. Sri
pay t raie tht yea.r October, among other things, is.
Most .farmers got Social Security October, among other things is.
coverage beginning with 1955 as a a mont of mar it second
result nof the 1954 changes in the toJune popularity.


If prior commitments prevent
law. 7lhe 1954 amendments also
brought the disability freeze into marriage, you can at least fall in
brought the disability freeze into ve with gardening, because grow-
the Social Security program. In le with gardening, because grow-
ing flowers won't make you a biga-
COURN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S ,Aso, license to arden won't ro-

FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. quire a blood test, -but once you get
In Re: Estate of: gardening in your 'blood you w'll'
EMMk P. ANDERSON, never become divorced from the
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS hobby.
All creditors of the estate of Em- Regardless of your amorous sit-
maa C. Anderson, deceased, are nation, if you're going to have a
hereby notified and required to file
,any claims or demands which they topnotch flower garden this fall
may have against said estate in the and winter, now's the time to plan
office of the Coun'y Judge of Gulf the planting layout.
County, Florida, in the courthouse For best posing of color, locate
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within ,
six (6) calendar months ,from the the annual flowers so they bloom
date 6f the first publication of this in front of a 'back drop of green
,notice. Each claim or demand must foliage. This technique will make
Te in writing and must state the the colors show up vividly.
place or residence 'and post-office e c ,w up vd.y.
address of the claiman and must AlIo in selecting the plot, remem-
be sworn to by the claimant, his ber that for best color development
agent, or his attorney, or it will be- most annuals must have a full five-
come void according to 1 .w.
/s/ W. 0. ANDERSON, hour sunbath per day.
Executor of the Estate of Next comes the vexing problem
Emma C. Anderson, deceased of what to plant. Choosing plants
November 1, 1962 4t -
Silas R. Stone962 4t y heights is one problem-solving
Attorney for Executor approach. Some 'taller -growing an


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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER


1, 1962-


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Dear Friends:
Thank you for reading the lines
above. Really, this is on the ser-
ious side, amd right now .
we agree to keep on the lighter
side of the news from here on
out! By the way: When a little
boy who had sneaked his cap pis-
tol into the church fired it in
the middle of a boring sermon,
the father grabbed him by the
'arm and started to lead him out.
As they passed an elderly and
plain spoken lady she laid her
hand on the father's arm and
whispered, "I hope you aren't
,going to punish that iboy. He's
scared the devil out of more peo-
ple today than our preacher has
in the last 10 years.
pered, "I hope you aren't going
to punish that boy. He's scared
the devil out of more people to-
day than our preacher has in the
last 10 years.
Seriously (already violating
my agreement) I'm sorta glad
our preachers of -today do not
try to scare us with a lot of fire
and brimstone stuff. We 'are liv-
ing in a fast, furious .and danger-
ous age! (I'm scared most of the
'time at the present 'and dislike
to think about being scared of
the hereafter!) It's rather
strange how the subject of
preachers pop up In this column
from time to time. It could be
I'm a 'little partial to those who


wholly and sincerely dedicated
to the spiritual advancement of
mankind. This is far more- need-
'ed than missiles, bombs and bil- ,
lions! However, this is' getting
on the serious side 'again! (We I
agreed to stay on lighter sub- 1
jetss)
Observations here and there:
On a recent trip out of town ... .
stopping to eat: A small round
paper mat under my coffee cup
with the following words:. "If you
speak, think first is It true;
is it kind ... if mot never jmng
The service and food was excel- '
lent. The waitress took the time-'
to write "thank you" on the back-
,of the check. As a contrast a bho-
itel clerk appeared to be annoy-i'
ed when we interrupted his read.-
ing to buy a couple of cigars.
not even a "thank you". Small in-
cidents, !but such could be the dif-.
ference between success an4l
failure! May sound a little .over.-
board but for the sake. of prac-
'tice (needed!). Gave tihe good
wife a "thank you" for my b reak-
fast this morning! She look 'sur ,;
prised! Pleased!
Closing comment -.. eeP
your eyes on Boyles in NOemvn
ber and December. Big things.
in the making! ... You'll 4awe
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or other .tool Remove all weeds, into the top six inches of thbP ;oil
sticks, stones and other debris and some grass clippings, compost or
then rake the area into a loose other organic materials. While do-
mixture for good aeration and ing this you might also add five
drainage. pounds of superphosphate ,per' 100
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Florida's first lady, Mrs. Parris Bryant, will serve as state
'honorary chairman of the 1962 Christmas Seal Campaign, it has
been announced by Dr. Hawley H. Seiler of Tampa, president of
the Florida Tuberculosis and Health Association.
Mrs. Bryant first became interested in the work of the TB
association when her husband, Gov. Bryant, accepted the first
mystery candle in a Christmas Seal Campaign publicity stunt in
1952 in Marion County. Gov. Bryant served in 1953 as co-chairman
of the Marion County campaign, and was a member of the Marion
County Tuberculosis Association Board of Directors in 1956-57.
Mrs. Bryant's interest in the -TB association 'activities was
renewed at the 1962 National Tuberculosis Association annual
meeting in Miami Beach where she participated in the opening
general session by giving a welcome address on behalf of the
State of Florida.


VOTE





DEMOCRATIC




November 6, 1962



ALL VOTERS ARE URGED TO VOTE ON


TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1962


FOR ALL THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEESr






Gulf County Democratic


Executive Committee


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