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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
Sit where we can speak w th it
L once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants!
TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR ruKi Si. JOJ,-
~LINI MATHURSDnAY DEEME 6 192' NUMBER 12
FIRST PLACE WINNER-Pictured above is th
first place float in the Jaycee Christmas Paradi
entered by the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and u:
Large Crowd Sees
The largest crowd ever, at-
tended the Port St. Joe Jaycee's
third annual efforts at produc-
ing a Christmas parade in Port
St. Joe Saturday morning.
The big parade began down
Reid Avenue at 10:00 a.m. preced-
ed by the Gulf County Sheriff's
Deputy Jimmy Barfield and
Florida Highway Patrolman Ken
Murphy. Two big bands made the
"marching music" with the Wewa-
hitchka High School and the Port
St. Joe High School bands parti-
A dozen floats were entered
by local merchants and civic or-
ganizations, to put on the best
show of glamor yet displayed
by the local float-makers.
Taking first place in the float
judging was the Beta Sigma Phi
Sorority with their theme of
"Peace Around the World". The
float featured a globe of the world
with costumed children dressed to
represent various countries. The
first prize consisted of $75.00 in
cash. Second prize was won by the
"Saddlin' Seminoles" of Wewa-
hitchka for their production of
Local merchants are reporting
that shop lifting in Port St. Joe
stores this Christmas season is at
an all-time high. They also re-
port that almost 90 percent of their
losses are being brought about by
Unofficially, at least a dozen
different teen-agers have been
e ing the theme "Peace for the World".
e, ning float received a $75.00 cash prize.
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WINNING BICYCLE-Pictured above is Jim Simmons receiving the
first place prize of $10.00 from Jaycee William J. Rish for his dec-
orated bicycle entered in the Christmas parade. Looking on is
Pam O'Brian whose bicycle won third prize.
"Flight Into Egypt". Their prize cle division were: First place, Jim
was $50.00 in cash. The Vitro em- Simmons, $10.00 prize; second
ployees float took third place. This place, Gregory Burch, $5.00 prize;
float had Santa Claus cast in the third place Pam O'Brian and Bob-
role of an astronaut and had the by Ellzey tied for this position re-
famous Vitro tracking system "ze- ceiving $2.50 each.
roed in" on the merry gentleman While there was no money in-
on his way from the Pole to Port volved for prizes, the float enter-
St. Joe.. Theli,- '"piii:e money was ed by Boyles Department Store
$25.00. walked away with the honorary
Winners in the decorated bicy- prize in that category.
caught by local merchants during!
the past week taking things off'
shelves and attempting to get out
the door without paying for the
One store reports catching four
different teen-age boys taking
merchandise in a single day last
Another store filled up a rack
with new ladies' coats one day. At
the end of the day about a third
of the coats were gone and sales;
records could not account for half
of the missing items.
The Merchant's Association has
taken the position that they hate
to file charges against the teen-
agers, but something must be done
to prevent the heavy losses being
The Merchants Division urges
that parents question their teen
age children about things they
possess that the parents are not
Gulf County Commissioner Leo Kennedy (upper county. Lower photo shows Commissioner Jimmy
photo) examines construction of a soil-cement Greer pointing down the Jones Homestead Road
road being built in the southeast section of the built by the same method last year for $13,640.
Long Avenue Baptists To
Begin Revival Services
--- --The Long Avenue Baptist Church
will be engaged in revival ser-
vices December 10 through 16 ac-
------------cording to their pastor, the Rev.
.J. C. Odum. Services will be held
each night at 7:30 p.m.
The Rev. Ray Grissett, pastor of
Cove Baptist Church of Panama
City will be the evangelist. Revi-
val music will be directed by Wes-
Sley R. Ramsey, the church music
director. Gospel songs will be
sung by both the choir and con-
gregation. A layman's testimony
will be given each evening before
;' "' the evangelistic message.
The Church Nursery will be
',' open each evening to provide for
infants and small children.
T Everyone is cordially invited to
-ae. attend these revival services.
City Studies New
Sharks Begin Cage Season With Four
Lettermen Returning From Last Year
The Star Will
Again this year The Star will
publish all "Letters To Santa
Claus" received by our special
arrangements with Santa, in the
issue of December 20, two
weeks from today.
The letters are published at
the most opportune time for all
boys and girls to let their wants
and wishes be known just prior
to the annual "midnight ride
of old Saint Nick".
All letters to Santa Claus will
be held by our office, published
on this date and then forward-
ed to Santa Claus.
All boys and girls are urged
to write their letters to Santa
Claus, address them to him in
care of the North Pole, and we
will see that he gets it.
High School Lists
Six Week Honor Roll
The Port St. Joe High School
has released the following Honor
Roll through the office of the prin-
cipal, Leroy Bowdoin, for the sec-
ond six week period of school.
Those students making grades
sufficient to receive this high
ALL 'A' HONOR ROLL
8th GRADE: Rod Bowdoin and
9th GRADE: Dennis Dawson,
Jacque Price, Sherry White and
llth GRADE: Kenneth Dykes.
'A' and 'B' HONOR ROLL
7th GRADE: Joe Hendrix, Al
Scheffer, Jennifer Stafford, Knapp
Smith, Brenda Faison, Kenneth
Haddock, Larry Cox, Dorothy Sut-
ton, Margaret Fendley, Jo Ann
Haney, J e r ry Nichols, Dianne
Tripp, Becky Hendrix, Fred Ander-
son and Jim Fensom.
8th GRADE: Stevie Smith, Jo
Ann Van Camp, Bobby Ellzey,
Elaine Blackburn, Becky Wyche,
Franklin Skipper, Randy Arm-
strong, Tommy Atchison, Andrew
Lewis, Carl Neel, Phyllis Miles,
Cherry White, Linda Rycroft, John
Maddox, Mary LinGa Garrett and
9th GRADE: Billy Antley, Mar-
tha Fite, Barbara Lewis, Pat
White, C a r o 1 Wager, Jerome
Barnes, Bobby Branton, Robin
Downs, Ann Belin, Julia Ann Boy-
ett, Helen Peak, Michelle Anchors,
Catherine Ramsey, Steve Major
and Christine Bratcher.
10th GRADE: Bobby Antley,
Phyllis Smith, Fran Gunn, Connie
Mahan, Carole Johnson, Charles
Thomas, Pete Fox, Bobby Guilford,
Ted Whitfield, Billy Wager, Sha-
leen Dunlap, Linda Dyke, Sandra
Lee, Paula Lovett, Norma Peter-
,zfdn M ntl Trnri RfhnWt-W^q-
Sharks Open The
Season With Win
The Port St. Joe Sharks took to
the hardboards here at home Tues-
day night to rack up a win for
their first game of the season.
The Sharks downed the Carra-
belle Mullets, 65 to 38 before a
full house in the local gym.
The game was originally sche-
duled to be played in Carrabelle,
but a mix-up in schedule by the
Carrabelle mentor moved the
game to Port St. Joe. Port St. Joe
coach Marion Craig called the
Carrabelle coach Monday to check
the game time and found out that
the Franklin County team was
planning to come to Port St. Joe.
Had the call not been made, it is
Coach Marion Craig told The: likely the game would not have
Star yesterday, "This will be a been played since the Carrabelle
very inexperienced team. It will team would have been in Port St.
take much hard work and rapid Joe and the Port St. Joe team in
improvement for us to have a de- Carrabelle.
cent season. This is one of the The loss evened Carrabelle's re-
m ost willing and cooperative cord at 1-1.
groups that we have ever had. The Freddy Chason led the Sharks'
first week of practice indicates attack with 16 points., He tossed
that they want to have a good bas- in 16 field goals and two free
ketball team and will pay that throws. Larry Griner and Buddy
ever-present price to develop their Kennington added 14 and 11 points
talents." respectively, for the winners.-
From the results of the game Blomquist and Butler each col-
From the results of the game elected 11 points for the losing
here Tuesday night, it would ap-lected 11 points for the losing
pear that the Sharks are molding Mullets.
into an effective team rapidly. The Sharks held a 30-22 lead at
JUNIOR SQUAD Port St. Joe won the junior var-
Making up this year's Junior sity preliminary game, 30-19.
0ar s -ty .A,- ae eN T: I Ghexi F CK- T
varsity Squad are: uexter Atkin-
son, Johnny Oaks, Albert Gentry,
Ben Armstrong, Buddy Smith, Wil-
bur Butts, Junior Nichols, Billy
Wager, Mike White, David Bab-
bit, David Young, Robin Brown,
Charles Gibson, Lonnie Bell, Philip
Ivey and Jake Belin.
County Seeks To
The County Board voted last
week to request Dr. William L.
Wright, M. D., Assistant State
Cbelle G F T Iharks U r I
B'quist 3 5 11 Chason 7 2 16
Braxton -1 3 5 | Dodson 3 1 7
Butler 4 3 11 Versiga 1 2 4
Langley 2 1 5 Griner 4 6 14
M'Anally 2 2 6 K'n'ton 5 1 11
Chafin 1 0 2.
Hobbs 1 0 2
Evans 2 1 5
Weston 1 2 4
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe .... 13 17 18 17-65
Carrabelle --_ 9 13 8 8-38
Games for the coming week are
Friday, December 7, Chipley,
Tuesday, December 11, Altha,
Ulfl Ou 4a .,.,. there. elected to this position with Charles
11th GRADE: Bill Vervaeke, Al- Health Officer and Director of the there December 14, Quincy, teWall and Joe Stevens being ele
bert Gentry, Myron Merritt, San- Bureau of Local Health Services to riday, December 14, Quincy, Wall and Joe Stevens being elect-
ira Bass, Dianne Bishop, Linda appear before the Gulf County -here. ed as his assistants. The letion tter stat-
Carpenter, Pat McCormick, Patsy Board to discuss further, the se- ed that th e election was effectify
Patterson, Douglas Hallman, Ellis curing of a permanent Health Of- Special Church Service January of the change in fire de
Stevens, Forrest Van Camp, Gail ficer for Gulf County. The request the City of the change in fire de-
Anderson, Sandra Baxley, Jo Ann asked that the meeting be set up At Highland View apartment personnel.
Lapeyrouse and June McKenzie. for the earliest date possible. ASK FOR LIGHTS
12th GRADE: Harry Brewton, The Board hired Dr. Willa Dean' Special services will be held at Commissioner Nedley reported
Buddy Kennington, Margaret Mil- Lowery about a year ago for this the F i r s t United Pentecostal Commissioner Nedequy reported
ler, Jan Rawls, Mabel Stone, Con- position. Dr. Lowery is now attend- Church in Highland View on Sun- that he had a request for three
nie Munn, Bettie Patterson, Cheryl ing school in Pennsylvania. During day, Monday and Tuesday, Decem- mercury vapor lights on the street
Christian, Mazie Stone, Thomas her absence Gulf County is without ber 9-11. The Rev. Lloyd Williams alongside Washington High School
Whitmore and Bill Fite. the services of a Health Officer. returned missionary from the Un- to give children light for night
ion of South Africa will be the play on the school grounds. The
a R P s speaker. Rev. Williams and fam- City has already agreed to place
OUnty Experimental Road Proves ily spent a number of years on the three regular street lights on this
I mission field, working with both street, but the request was for a
Boon to LOW COSt Construction by COUnty natives and whites. During the change to mercury vapor.
tour of missionary duty he made The lights would be put beside
color movies of much of the coun- the street alongside the school
Gulf County Commissioners, en- a similar road to the Forest Hills try, customs of the' people and re- campus and not on the school pro-
couraged by the way a soil-cement Cemetery and began work on an ligious festivals and rituals of the perty.
based road built over a year ago additional road of the same tech- various groups and other interest- Mayor Hannon stated that he
is holding up, have decided to unique this week in Highland View. ing sights. The films will last for didn't think such lighting would
build other roads of the same ma- Essentially, the construction con- about two hours. There are also make much illumination for play-
terial and last week invited other sists of clearing and grubbing, some 300 color slides which; if ing games and since the area in
county commissioners to inspect preparing the road bed, and mix- time permits, will be shown. The question was a residential area, he
their venture. ing cement in the soil with a ro- film will be narrated by Rev. Wil- wished to study the matter fur-
Leo Kennedy, vice chairman of tary plow. liams. their before making a precedent of
the board and a proponent of the Kennedy said that a clay or In the film will be seen very placing mercury vapor lights in a
low-cost road construction said the black soil is more suitable than close-up shots of the heathen gods residential area.
Jones Homestead Road built over sand and pointed out that black worship during the rituals. Rev. In other business, the Commis-
a year ago has not required any dirt had been hauled in for use Williams was able to capture min- sion voted to pay the bills of the
maintenance. It is almost a mile with cement on the Forest Hill ute details of these scenes by use Municipal Hospital and the City.
in length and cost $13,640 as com- Road where the soil was extreme- of telephoto lens. To list some of An insurance policy for fire and
pared to other road paving under ly sandy. the things which will be seen, are windstorm for the Youth Recrea-
the supervision of the State Road scenes of the piercing of tongues tion building was renewed for a
Department that cost about $40,- High School Band with a sword, the piercing ofthe five year period with the Tomlin-
000, Kennedy said. cheeks from one side to the other son Agency.
"We don't expect this type of Sets Concert Tonight with a sword, the covering of theSaturday
road to hold up under constant body with small spears by means Arrives Home Saturday
use by heavy trucks, but for light The Port St. Joe High School of thrusting through the skin, the Miss Kay Creech will arrive
travel it is most suitable," said Band will have a membership requirement of having to run thru home Saturday from Asbury Col-
Commissioner Jimmy Greer. He drive concert Thursday, Decem- a bed of red hot coals barefoot to lege, Wilmore, Ky., to spend the
pointed out, however, that the road ber 6 at 8:00 p.m. in the High be sanctified. These are only a Christmas holidays with her par-
already in use held up under School Gymnasium. few of the very excellent pictures cents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Creech.
trucks transporting heavy equip- All those interested in the taken by the missionary. -
ment to a forest fire last year. band and its accomplishments The public is especially invited rally services. Services will begin
Commissioners are constructing are urged to attend. to this three nights of missionary at 7:30 each evening.
The Sharks Basketball squad
began play Tuesday night with
four lettermen returning from last
year, beefing up their squad. Re-
turing from last year are Larry
Griner, Jimmy Johnson, Buddy
Kennington and Freddy Chason.
This nucleus has been augment-
ed by the promotion of Ken Evans,
Wally Dodson, Johnny Chafin, Leon
Hobbs,, Bob Craig, Billy Versiga,
Randy Weston and Jimmy Good-
man from last year's Junior Var-
sity squad. Craig will not be avail-
able to the Sharks however, until
after the Christmas holidays due
to football injuries suffered.
The Sharks have lost the services
of James Kennedy, Johnny Ray,
Courtney Martin, Sonny Eells,
George Boyer, James Gibson and
Frank Ruckman from last year's
squad by way of graduation.
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The City Commission was no-
tified at their regular meeting
Tuesday night by Attorney Ce-
cil G. Costin, that he had pre-
pared the first draft of a Com-
prehensive Zoning Ordinance for
study by the Commission. Costin
advised the Commission that a
special meeting would probably
be needed to study the proposed
ordinance thoroughly and take
further action on certain aspects
of the new ordinance.
The new ordinance will outline
specifically building restrictions
on the entire city limits of Port
St. Joe. Building codes governing
construction in the City thus far
have been those restrictions set
out in deeds by the land owners.
The City Board voted to meet
one half hour early on their meet-
ing of December 18 to further dis-
cuss the ordinance.
There will be public hearings
on the Ordinance and it will be
published in full for all to study
before its final passage.
The City took further action on
their street paving proposals re-
ported in last week's Star at their
The story in last week's paper
reported streets desired by the
Commission to be paved. The Board
drafted a resolution Tuesday to be
presented to the Board of County
Commission after the first of the
year, requesting that these streets
be included in the Secondary Road
Fund budget of the county.
In addition to the streets pub-
lished last week, Eighth Street
was added to the list for paving
between Woodward Avenue and
Garrison Avenue. This street is
not now paved.
Wesley R. Ramsey, owner of The
Star requested the Commission to
ask for curbing and guttering on
Williams Avenue along with the
resurfacing. Williams is the top
priority street for paving on the
list. It was pointed out that Wil-
liams is now the only business
street in town without curbing and
gutters. It was further pointed out
that water now stands on empty
lots after a rain and that the street
is rapidly building up, eliminating
vacant lots for the water to stand
R. H. Ellzey, Fire Chief elect
presented the City with a letter
Tuesday stating that he had been
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Large or Small Picturesque
Paint by Number Sets
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Joe Ferrell; other member, Mrs. James D. Maddox; Flower Chair-
Cliff Robbins. man, Mrs. Billy Adams; Secretary-
Circle No. 2 Treasurer, Mrs. Tony Peterman;
Chairman, Mrs. J. C. Odum: Social Chairman, Mrs. Joe Fortner;
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"Your Satisfaction Is Our Busi
Miss Melody June Gamble,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grady
Watson Gamble of Charleston, S.
C., and James L. Stephens, son of
'Mr. and Mrs. Emory Stephens of
Port St. Joe, were united in mar-
riage Saturday, December 1 in
Charleston at the Riverview Bap-
tist Church with the Rev. J. C.
Jackson performing-the ceremony.
USE THE WANT ADS
Morning Glory Circle has chosen
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Joe Hen-
drix, 1409 Constitution Drive.
Many clever arrangements for
doors, windows, mantles, dining
tables and occasional tables are
being prepared. Those viewing
them should get ideas which they
can use in their own homes to ex-
press the Yule spirit.
The public is cordially invited
to visit these open houses. A sil-
ver offering will be appreciated.
This offering will b6 added to the
building fund of the planned Gar-
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Long Avenue Baptist WMS Elects THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1962
Other members, Mrs. Cecil Harri- Christmas Program
ew Circles and Officers for Year son, Mrs. Clyde Land, Mrs. B. A. Given At WSCS Meeting
Collier, Mrs. Stephen F. Tarantino,
Listed below is a new slate of Community Missions Chairman, Mrs. Wayne Gay, Mrs John Burin and rogram given at the g"Methodist
officers for the Women's Mission- Mrs. T. J. Braxton; MissionStudy Mrs. Paul Miller. Church on Monday afternoon by
ary Union of the Long Avenue Chairman, Mrs. Durel Brigman; Circle No. 7 the ladies of the Woman's Society
Baptist Church. Program and Prayer Chairman, Chairman and Mission Study of Christian Service. The highlight
President, Mrs. Cecil Harrison; Mrs. John Dickey; Flower Chair- Chairman, Mrs. George Holland of the program was the thought
vice-president, Mrs. Charles Mar- man, Mrs. H. L. Ford; Stewardship Chairman, Mrs. George Holland, that we go through forms of shar-
shall; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. N. Chairman, Mrs. Grady Player;Program and rayer Chairman, ing without really opening our
G. Martin; Girl's Auxiliary Direct- Social Chairman, Mrs. J. 0. Lucas; Mrs. Barney Early; Communityng w hearts. It's too easily to feel self-
or, Mrs. H. F. Barbee; Young Wo- Children's Home, Mrs. T. D. Hut- Mission Chairman, Mrs. Raymond hearighteous after knitting a scarf for
men's Auxiliary Director, Mrs. chins; Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. N. Hardy; Children's Home, Mrs. the poor or a box of food forth
Ruel Whitehurst; Sunbeam Band G. Martin. F. Hall; Secretary-Treasurer and therless family and forge the
Director, Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey. Circle No. 3 Publicity Chairman, Mrs. James f atherless family and forget t own
Gir l's Auxiliary Counsellors: Chairman and Mission Study Jones. sd family.
Nine and ten year olds, Mrs. Cliff Chairman, Mrs. H. Y. Zipperer; Just an act isn't enough. There
Robbins; assistant, Mrs. David Jen- Community Mission Chairman, Mrs. has to be a consistent loving at-
kins; Eleven and twelve year olds, Joe Alligood; Program Chairman, Revue of Projects titude from within. It's an easy
Mrs. James D. Maddox, assistant, Mrs. H. F. Barbee; Prayer Chair- thing to talk about. Let's look
Mrs. C. W. Culpepper; Thirteen man, Mrs. John McKenzie; Flower Given Society within our families and see if
and fifteen year olds, Mrs. Barney and Stewardship, Mrs. George Mc- there is a member of our family
Early, assistant, Mrs. George Hol- Lawhon; Children's Home, Mrs. The regular meeting of the St. alone, unhappy or indifferent. Let
land. Lenora Conger; Treasurer, Mrs. Joseph Historical Society was held ;the Christmas be a special shar-
Young Women's Auxiliary Coun- Joe McLeod; Secretary, Mrs. W. December 1, 1962 at 3:00 p.m. in ing.
selor, Mrs. Joe Alligood. P. Dockery; Social Chairman, Mrs. the Municipal Building. Mrs. Ned Mrs. Edwin Ramsey and Mrs.
Nursery leaders, Mrs. Charles A. P. Jackson; other member, Mrs. S. Porter, president, presided at Roy Gibson were in charge of the
Marshall, assistant, Mrs. Billy C. M. Palmer. the meeting program. Mrs. Charles Brown pre-
No rris; beginner leader, four an Circle No. 5 R. H. Brinson summarized the sided over the business meeting.
five year olds, Mrs. Gary Manz, Chairman and Secretary, Mrs. progress made by the Society dur- The Afternoon Circle will have
Mrs. Theo ohnson, assistant, leadeMrs. Gene Fowler; Community Mis- ing the past six months on new a Christmas meeting with Mrs.
0. E.E. Griffin; Eight year olds, lea- sions Chairman, Mrs. T. M. Watts; and pending projects. Several in- Charles Brown on December 17.
der, Mrs. B. A. Collier, assistant, IMission Study Chairman, Mrs. Ken- teresting communications were The Morning Circles will meet
Mrs. Cecil Harrison. neth Bateman; Prayer and Stew- read. Among these were one from with Mrs. J. Lamar Miller on De-
Chairmen of committees: Pro-ardship Chairman, Mrs. Tim Dr. Ralph E. Wager of Panama cember .
Chairmen of committees: Pro- B
gram, Mrs. Keith Ward; Mission Boone; Program Chairman, Mrs. City concerning a postmaster of
Study, Mrs. Durel Brigman; Pray- Wesley R. Ramsey; Children's St. Joseph, and one from Miss E. Garden Club to Feature
er, Mrs. David Jenkins; Commun- Home, Mrs. J. D. Clark; Treasurer Ellington Chaires of Jacksonville
ity Missions, Mrs. Calvin Mussel- and Publicity Chairman, Miss Al- concerning information on Major Holiday Decorations
white; Stewardship, Mrs. James R. ma Baggett; Flower Chairman, Ben F. Chaires, a promoter of St. Members of the three circles of
Goolsby; Children's Home, Mrs. A. Mrs. Calvin Musselwhite; other Joseph the Federated Garden Club of
P. Jackson; Publicity, Mrs. John members, Mrs. Harry McKnight, The nominating committee was Port St. Joe are busily and enthus-
W. Core; Flowers, Mrs. H. L. Ford; Mrs. Cawthon Williams, Mrs. Nova appointed for the nomination of iastically making preparations for
Social, Mrs. J. 0. Lucas. Hinote, Mrs. Mary Barham and officers to be elected at the Jan- decorating homes which will be
WMS CIRCLES Miss Mable Williams. uary 1963 meeting. open to the public for viewing on
Circle No. 1 Circle No. 6 Upon adjournment, the mem- Sunday, December 16 from 2:00 to
Chairman, Mrs. E. E. Weeks: Chairman, Mrs. Charles Mar- bers visited the old St. Joseph Cem- 6:00 p.m.
Community Missions and Publicity shall; Community Mission Chair- etery. They were very gratified to The Azalea Circle will decorate
Chairman, Mrs. John W. Core; man, Mrs. Clyde White; Mission view the work accomplished by the living room, dining room and
Program and Prayer Chairman, Study Chairman, Mrs. Billy Nor- the City of Port St. Joe. The city den of the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs. M. L. Britt; Mission Study ris; Program Chairman, Mrs. Gary deserves the praise of the local R. E. King, 2009 Constitution
Chairman, Mrs. F. W. Barnes; So- Manz; Prayer and Publicity Chair- citizenry for their efforts in pre- Drive. The Gladiolus Circle will
cial Chairman, Mrs. W. D. Sykes; man, Mrs. David Jenkins; Steward- serving and beautifying Port St. display their talents in the home
Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Wayne ship Chairman, Mrs. James R. Joe's link with the old City of St. of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duren,
Hendrixv Children's Homen Mrsn ff rnoolsb Children' THonme Mrs Joseph. 115 Allen Memnrial Wayv and the
artiS &TAk, fort Lt. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1962
You Are Welcome To The
First United Pentecostal Church
10th St. NW. and Victoria Avenue Highland View, Florida
Rev. JAMES J. HILL, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP 11:15
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30
MID-WEEK SERVICE (Wednesday) ---- 7:30
YOUTH SERVICE (Friday) 7:30
AIR-CONDITIONED CENTRAL HEAT
Von you c 00ni tle IIlelI
Hurlbut Gift Shop
Port St. Joe, Florida
Veteran Administration Mails Out
Income Questionnairs To Pensionnaires
As another step in improving its y ea.
These annual income question-
service, the Veterans Administra- naires go te o 42,639 veterans with
Lion said this week it has mailed nonservice-conencted disabilities
the annual income questionnaires and to dependents of some 20,779
ito Florida pensionnaires with the deceasedd veterans on the VA's no'n-
November 30 pension checks-one service-connected pension rolls, Ru-
month earlier than in previous fus H. Wilson, Manager of the St.
Petersburg Regional' Office, said
IRST QUALITY Those receiving service-connect-
ed compensation 'payments are not
IFTS A T ^required to file income reports.
IFTS A B T The questionnaires are punched
cards which must be filled out with
0,w -the required information and re-
19 ,turned to the address in 'the upper
right hand corner before the usual
deadline-January 31-or payments
will be suspended.
If after suspension, no question-
naire is submitted, the pensioner
will be required 'to pay back all
.payments received in 1962, Wilson
Since the forms are machine
punched, Wilson stressed that they
must not *be folded, trimmed or
mutilated in any manner as they
must be processed through tabulat-
S ". 'ing ,machines when returned to the
In order to 'determine continued
eligibility for pension payments
for the coming year, and, in some
cases to make 'adjustments on the
basis 'of increased or decreased out-
S', side income as set by law, all in-
come received 'during 1962 and that
-expected in 1963 must be reported.
Income means everything, in-
cluding Social .Security payments,
except of course, the VA pension
,payments themselves, Wilson ex-
This earlier distribution will per-
i -t those with fixed incomes to
, i. \ return the cards at once, while
those with earnings or changing
incomes 'may still wait until they
S' get their W-2 forms or other infor-
.'. mation needed to answer all ques-
'," "*-' ftionS.
'The veteran's Service Office
,will be open each day from 8:30
S ,. a.m. to 5:30 p.m., except Wednes-
S., days and Sundoys for the purpose
',/..'. ,- of assisting anyone with the filing
of the questionnaire cards. The of.
fice is located at 104 Bayview
S'"Drive in .Highland View. Telephone
number is 227-8681.
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City Ordinance No. 3 -- Pertaining To Collection Of Garbage
ORDINANCE NO. 3
AN ORDINANCE MAKING IT UNLAWFUL FOR
THE OWNER OR OCCUPANT OF ANY PREM-
ISES TO ALLOW GARBAGE. YARD TRASH,
FILTH, OR OTHER TYPES OF REFUSE TO
ACCUMULATE ON HIS PREMISES; PROVID-
ING FOR THE COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL
OF GARBAGE WITHIN THE CORPORATE
LIMITS OF PORT ST. JOE; PROHIBITING
REMOVAL BY PERSONS OTHER THAN EM-
PLOYEES OF THE CITY, OR PERSONS OR
FIRMS PROPERLY AUTHORIZED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION; REQUIRING GARBAGE
CANS; PROVIDING FOR FEES FOR COLLEC-
TION; PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR THE
VIOLATION THEREOF; AND REPEALING
ANY ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF PORT
SECTION 1. Definitions.
For the purpose of this ordinance, the following
words and terms are defined as follows:
(a) Garbage. The word "garbage" shall be in-
terpreted to include all waste, offal, all accumula-
tion of animal, fruit or vegetable matter, meats, fish,
fowl, paper and such other refuse as the usual ac-
cumulation of which would create an unsightly and
(b) Yard rubbish. The words "yard rubbish" as
distinguished from garbage, shall include all trim-
mings from plants and shrubs, and all plants and
shrubs dug up and discarded with the intention of
removing same from yard or premises on which is
situated permanent improvements, but shall not
include fallen trees, logs, lumber or other heavy de-
bris requiring a special crew or equipment for the
collection or removal of same.
SECTION 2. Garbage Containers.
(a) The occupant of each household in the City
is hereby required to provide a garbage can or con-
tainer of sufficient capacity to hold at least four (4)
days' accumulation of garbage from each household,
of not less than ten (10) gallon capacity, which
said container shall be located so that the same is
easily accessible for collection by the City.
SECTION 3. Maximum Time Trash Allowed to
It shall be unlawful and in violation of this or-
dinance to permit an accumulation of garbage or
trash upon any premises in the City for a period
longer than four (4) days without having arranged
for disposal of such accumulation by the garbage
department of the City.
SECTION 4. Restrictions-Burning of garbage
and burial of refuse.
(a) No garbage shall be burned upon any prem-
ises within the corporate limits of the city.
(b) It shall be unlawful for any person to bury
garbage or other material which is, or is reasonably
likely tg--erne-, a nuisance, menace or threat to
,'1i F, within the City, except in such areas, or con-
fines of the City as may from time to time be set
aside and designated for the burial and disposal of
garbage by proper resolution of the City Commission.
SECTION 5. Burning of Yard Rubbish.
No yard rubbish shall be burned upon any prem-
ises within the corporate limits of the City, unless
the same is properly attended by the owner or ten-
ant of the premises, or someone under his super-
vision and direction;
SECTION 6. Transportation of Garbage.
Unless a person shall have been specifically au-
thorized and licensed by resolution of the City Com-
mission to do so, it shall be unlawful for any per-
son to pick up garbage, trash, or other refuse and
to transport or haul the same in the city limits.
SECTION 7. Disposing of Garbage.
It shall be unlawful to deposit garbage upon the
premises of another or upon any street, alley or
other public property or any canal, ditch, water,
waterway, gulf, bay, or the like within the city, or
in the can or receptacle of another who has paid
the collection service fee as provided in this ordin-
SECTION 8. Removal of Dead Animals.
It shall be the responsibility of any person oc-
cupying property within the city upon which is
found a dead animal to notify the City Auditor and
Clerk within twelve hours after such dead animal
has been found, who shall provide for the same to
be picked up by the garbage collections of the city;
and in no event shall any person having a dead ani-
mal on premises occupied or under the control of
such person allow it to remain undisposed of for a
period of longer than twelve hours.
SECTION 9. City to provide for collection.
(a) The City shall provide garbage and trash
collection services reasonably adequate and suffi-
cient to take care of the reasonable needs of all im-
proved property within the City limits by operating
its own garbage and trash collection and disposal
(b) All residents, occupants or owners of prem-
ises in the City are hereby required to have all ac-
cumulation of garbage and yard rubbish removed
and disposed of by such garbage collection services.
SECTION 10. Rates and Charges.
The rates of charges for collecting or disposing
of garbage or yard rubbish of the City shall be as
(1) For each occupied single family dwelling,
for collection and disposal of both garbage and yard
rubbish, the charge of $1.00 per month. If there is
a special call or request by the owner or tenant of
such single family dwelling for a pickup other than
the normal semi-weekly collections, an additional
charge of $1.00 shall be made for such special col-
lection of garbage or yard rubbish. The owner, user
or occupant shall be entitled for such payment to
semi-weekly collection and disposal of garbage.
(2) For multiple family dwellings and apart-
ment houses, the charge for collecting garbage and
yard rubbish shall be $1.00 per month or fraction
thereof for each family or tenant in said multiple
family dwelling or apartment house. The owner, user
or occupant shall be entitled for such payment to
semi-weekly collection and disposal of garbage.
(3) Business establishments and other establish-
ments shall pay the sum of $2.50 per month and shall
be entitled to three (3) collections per week. If
more than three collections per week are required,
such establishment must make arrangement with
the city and pay a fee of $1.00 for each additional
(4) Special users of garbage collection services
such as hotels, motels, eating places, etc., shall be
$5.00 per month and each shall be entitled to at
least four (4) garbage pickups per week.
(5) Wholesale users of garbage and trash pick-
up and disposal services, which shall include super
markets, shall pay for such collection service the
sum of $12.00 per month and shall be entitled to
daily collection for five (5) days each week.
(6) Other special, temporary or transient users,
such as circuses, tent shows, carnivals, or other mis-
cellaneous or transient users, which shall include
building and construction sites, shall pay such fee
For garbage and trash collection services as may be
reasonably determined by the City Auditor and
Clerk based upon a reasonable estimate of the anti-
cipated services required at the time the license
for such business shall be issued, or the services
t.-p ri0rz, ,n the event such collection is for a
building and construction site. The reasonable fee
for such service shall be set in accordance with the
estimated gallonage and yardage to be collected,
plus an additional sum of ten per cent (10%) of the
estimated fee to compensate for the extra duties im-
posed of a temporary nature.
SECTION 11. Penalties
Whenever in this ordinance of the City, any
act is prohibited or is made or declared to be unlaw-
ful or an offense or a misdemeanor, or whenever In
such ordinance the doing of any act is required or
the failure to do any act is declared to be unlawful,
the violation thereof shall be punished by a fine
not exceeding $300.00 or imprisonment for a term
not exceeding sixty (60) days, or both such fine and
imprisonment. Each day any violation of any provi-
s;on of this ordinance shall continue shall constitute
a separate offense.
SECTION 12. Validity.
Should any section, clause or provision of this
ordinance be declared by the Court to be invalid,
the same shall not affect the validity of the ordin-
ance as a whole, or any part thereof, other than the
part so declared to be invalid.
SECTION 13. Repeal.
All ordinances and parts of ordinances in con-
flict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
SECTION 14. Effective date.
This ordinance shall become effective on the
1st day of January, A. D. 1963.
INTRODUCED this 16th day of October, A. D.,
1962, and ADOPTED at a regular meeting of the
City Commission of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
on this the 6th day of November, A. D., 1962.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
/s/ FRANK HANNON
J. B. WILLIAMS
City Auditor and Clerk
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Beware Of Social ANTENNA
Security Gimmics SERVICE C
John V. Carey, Social Security Phone 7,
District Manager in Panama City,
this week warned the public to be
wary of advertisements promoting
the sale of books that promise to
tell how to "get around" retain (
provisions in the Social Security
Some of these .advertising mater-
ials, Carey noted, say that books,
ir, -- i THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
S .,. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1962
Law that would not be found in the
': free booklets and leaflets available
Sat all Social Security Offices.
"In fact. if adbice contained in
some of the books were followed
it might result in an extensive in-
-- vestigation by this office and thus
delay Social Security payments ra-
ther than expedite their issuance.
Further, following some of the ad-
ice might place the individual In
a worse rather than a better fl-
"If a resident of this area 'has
any question about his -Social Se-
curity benefits, he should come in
and talk to someone in our office,"
SCarey concluded. "We will not be
able to tell you how to 'earn a mil-
lion dollars in a year-while col-
lecting Social Security' as the pro-
at $1.95, $2.99, m.oters of some sensationally adver-
ies $5.00, will also tised books suggest they ,can do.
et twice as much But the people in our office will
or even, "How be glad to give you full and correct
cial Security for information on your particular sit-
rey said, "these The office for this area is locat-
1 the reader any- ed at 1135 Harrison Abenue, Pan-
Social Security ama City, telephone PO 3-5331.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1962
By HERVEY SHARPE ing when the space around the
Florida Ag. Extension Service plant is filled and firmed.
If you want to take the back- Around the base of the plant
aching stoop out of ground-level form a dish-shaped basin to hold
gardening, try growing plants at water. Mulch the plant with straw
the window sill level. or leaves and shade if it is neces-
eary. Watering newly set plants
Constructing window boxes can regularly is very important. s
be a do-it-yourself project. How- regularly is very im ortant.
-- With rainfall at a low goint at.
ever, if a hammer in your hand be-
comes a misguided missile and
tends to hit the wrong nail, then
it's est to hire o local handyman
to do the job. He can install a win-
dow box in short order.
A good soil mixture, planting
material adapted to the exposure
and plant care are necessary tor
the success of your window sill'
project. Also, for best results in
winter ,locate the window box on
the sunny side of the house.
A good soil mixture for house
plants is equal parts of sand, peat
moss and good garden soil. To each
bushel mix in a ha'lf-pound of com-
plete fertilizer, such .as 6-6-6 or
It's a good idea t.o grow not
over two or three kinds of plants
per window boxI Cou mak like to
consider color combinations, too.
This could include blue, pink and
white; red', white and blue; red
and yellow; or red with wihte.
Trailing vines and green foliage
plants go well with all of these.
Suggested plants for growing in
window boxes are begonias, co-
leus, ferns, wandering jew, vinca,
geraniums, pansies, petunias, por-
tulaca, marigolds, nasturtiums and
This is the beginning of the sea-
son for transplanting trees and
shrubs. The first step is selecting
healthy plants with good roots and
tops. The next activity is to pre-
pare the planting site. For bed
planings, such as roses, dig in.
four pounds of complete fertilizer
per 100 square yards of space.
For trees or shrubs, rdig a hole
one-third larger in diameter than
the (plant's roots. Mix a cup of fer-
tilizer 'and a generous quantity of
peat in the top soil. Place the
plant in the hole slightly lower
than it grew in the nursery. Fill in
around the plant with the soil-peat-
fertilizer mixture. When the hole
is half filled, settle the loose earth
with water and repeat the water-
this time of year, it is a good idea
to conserve soil moisture around
citrus trees by keeping down win-
ter weeds. The weed eradication
program also keeps the noxious
pests from using the fertilizer you
applied to the trees.
While hoeing around the fruit
trees, inspect them for scale. Re-
mmeber, don't use oil spray for
scale control during 'cool weather.
Oil makes most dooryard plantings
less resistant to damage during
cold weather. One material to use
for scale control during winter is
malathion 50 percent emulsion at
the rate of 3 teaspoons per gallon
of water. If necessary, follow with
a second application of malathion
about three weeks later.
Don't be too anxious to prune out
"dead" wood from your shrubs fol-
lowing -a cold snap. Cold will of-
ten defoliate ranches without kill-
ing the wood. If you cut out wood
soon after a cold spell you might
discover that you have cut out live
wood. So let the shears stay in the
shed until you're sure of the exact
extent of cold damage.
During the next few weeks after
the cool weather has definitely
"so in", it's a good idea to fertilize
lawns and shrubs to [provide a
storehouse of (plant food for win-
ter months. After all, the roots keep
growing, and so -do the tops of
many plants. Use a 6-6-6 or similar
mixture of fertilizer. Apply from
2 to 4 pounds per 100 square feet
around shrubs and about 16 pounds
per 1,000 square feet on lawns.
Don't spare the water during the
winter months. Remember that
plants -suffering from lack of wa-
telr may not survive the double suf-
fering of cold and drought.
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void after December 15, 1962
Si+Facts about PHARMACy ..
DRUGS PRESCRIBED FOR YOU
MAY NOT BENEFIT ANOTHER
Your age, weight and previous history are
some of the factors considered whenever your
doctor writes a prescription. That's why prescrip-
tions are like personal checks meant to be
cashed by you alone!
Drive-In Window At Rear of Our Store
Two Parking Spaces Reserved for our Prescription Customers
at our Back Door.
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me II ial a
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believe low prices!
Get Them All
70 to 90 Lb. Size 4
Cut and Wrapped
for Your Freezer
CELER Y 2 stal
Bag of Florida
for 39 c
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WESTERN CORN FED
PORK BACK BONE lb. 49c
SHOULDER ROAST lb. 39c
FRESH WHOLE or HALF
Grade 'A' Large
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large box 29c
ib, pkg. 49c
Starkist Chunk Style
Tuna Fish '/ size 29c
SHORTENING 3 lb. can 69c
Apple Sauce No. 303 can 15c
All Flavors--a Gal.
46 oz. can 32c
Gerber Fruits and Vegetables
BABY FOOD 6 for 59c
Toilet Tissue 4 rofl pkg. 32c
PEACHES No. 2 can 19c
CATSUP 14 oz. bottle 18c
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- STAR., ort t. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1962
MERCHANT'S LEAGUE second frar
By D. L. SICKMON His ball hi
Alleys one and two were busy
as Phillips 66 and the Sand Bar
met. Phillips 66 rolled for a three
game win as Lee Taylor led them
with his 518 series including a 216
game in his first to take second
place for the high game on the
alleys Monday night. Al Jensen
followed Lee with a 486 series.
The Sand Bar's Wayne Smith
led them with a 538 series which
was third highest for the alleys
Monday. Troy McMillian followed
with a 423 series to place second.
The Pridgeon Agency pushed
Pate's Shell Service for three
games on three and four with
class as the "once in a lifetime
came into being with Waring Mur-
dock picking up a 7-10 split in the
the 10 pin k
the stop to
the seven p
me of his first game.
t on the right side of
knocking it back against
bounce over and sweep
pin a feat that ev-
should hold admiration
for. Pate's Shell Sta-
ies followed Tommy.
Billy Joe Richards led Pate's
Shell with a 502 series followed
by Don Sickmon with a 424 series.
The Custom Shop rolled over
Pylant's on five and six for a four
game sweep. The only four game
sweep for the alleys Monday night.
Ralph Ward's 486 series followed
by Richardson's 453 series were
the first two for them.
Ray Medlin rolling a 522 series
couldn't hel pas they fell to the
Custom Shop. Robert's followed
Ray with a 397 series.
The big O's from Pat's Wonder
Bar were met by Floyd's Chevro-
let to split four games. Floyd's
beat Pat's by one pin 'scratch" in
tion donated a new tire to Waring their second game which is an-
for his accomplishment. Waring other "first" for Pat's.
will also receive a 7-10 split patch John Hanson rolling a 525 ser-
from the ABC Bowling Assn. He ies including a 222 game in his
went on to bowl a 212 game which second which was high game for
was tied with Tommy Pridgeon and the alleys Monday night, also led
Jake Koller for third highest game his team. Sonny Floyd followed
on the alleys Monday. Nice bowl- with a 497 series. Jake Koller for
ing Waring. Tommy Pridgeon's Pat's led them with a 590 series
592 series led the alleys Monday with a 212 game in his third to
night as well as his team. Tommy tie Tommy Pridgeon and Waring
rloled 88 pins over his average to Murdock for third highest game
take half of the coffee money on the alleys Monday. Billy Joe
again donated by St. Joe Bowling Davis, after having a bit of a
Lanes. Waring Murdock's 531 ser- slump, came in second with a 529
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210 REID AVENUE PORT ST. JOE, FLA
COFFEE LEAGUE NEWS
By J. RUTH RAMSEY
Tuesday morning, IGA was on
alley one opposed by Jitney Jun-
gle on alley two. IGA won one
point from the Jitney Jungle team
by the skin of their teeth, with
only one pin separating them in
the second game. Jean Strobel for
IGA had a very goo series of 349.
Sally White rolled a good series of
326. or Jitney Jungle, Lois Smith
had a good series with her 385.
Verna Burch rolled a 361 series
and Evelyn Smith finished up with
a series of 349 to help their team
win three points.
Alley three was occupied by Ed's
Florist and they won all four
points from St. Joe Laundry. Max-
ine Jensen rolled high game and
series for the day with her 162,
156 and 102 for a total of 420.
Elise Rogers did very good with
her 357 and Cutchie Brown had a
Over on alley four, Jean Staufer
had the best series for St. Joe
Laundry with her 359. Lou Taylor
rolled a 315 and Frances Graham
and Betty Roberts each rolled a
301. Betty Whitehurst supported
them with a 300.
Send The Star To A Friend
FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK
LEN4V677/ 18 //CIVES I
Attends National Council Of
English Teachers In Miami
During the Thanksgiving holi-
days, Miss A. C. Whigham of
Washington High School attended
the world-wide National Council
of Teachers of English meeting
held at Miami Beach, November 21-
24 at the Americana and surround-
The association was very infor-
mative and worthwhile for all at-
tending. The conferences of the
council were conducted in a su-
perb manner, and each performer
exhausted his dissertations to the
highest degree of excellence. All
business reactions were executed
directly for the benefit of each
President Bob Carlsen spoke at
the general session on English be-
ing "A way of the mind and a
way of the spirit". He also point-
ed out the way is produced by
one's own imagination and crea-
tivity with freshness and brevity
of an idea.
The meeting was wonderful and
everyone witnessed an exotic af-
fair. The living conditions were
gorgeous in such a huge building
accented with artistry designs. Ev-
erything was marvelous, and the
teachers were filled with thoughts
which energized the soul and in-
series to complete Monday's ac-
Team Standings W L
Pat's Wonder Bar 38 14
Pridgeon Agency 34 18
Phillip's 66 30 22
Floyd Chevrolet .- 29 23
Custom Shop -- 25 27
Pate's Shell Service 22 30
The Sand Bar ----------19 33
Plant's 13 39
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Catholic Women Meeting Madaleine Whitaker attended a Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fiveash and
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tegrated the spirit and mind. Con- appointed activities report secre- Edward Ramsey.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1962
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Jo*, Fleoida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publiiher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Colamnilt, Reporter, rietr
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
DIAL 227-3161 POSTOFFICE Box 308
entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe.
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS, $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omrislons in advertiaeme.t, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable fur damage further thaL eount received for nack
BOB MUNN MAKES Munn of Port St. Joe as one of
GMC CAGE SQUAD the five boys who will be on the
Parnell Roark, Gordon Military starting line-up for the season's
Academy coach has picked Bob opening basketball game with Gr.
Munn, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. I Southern College.
furnished, $7,000.00. Dave Maddox, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
Phone 229-1581. tfc-11-8 GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
M. R. DeHAAN, the Radio Bible DIVORCE
Class, formerly heard on Sun- FRANK M. ROWAN, JR.,
days at 8:30 a.m. over WJOE can Plaintiff,
now be heard over WPCF, 1430 on -va-s
your dial iat 9:00 a.m. each iSun- THELMA MAE ROWAN,
day. 4tp-11-15 Defendant.
NOTICE TO: THELMA MAE
FOR SALE: Modern 2 bedroom ROWAN, whose place of residence
concrete H1ock house, insulated, is 737 West Forrest Street, Decatur,
thermostat controlled heat on 185 Illinois.
x75 ft. lot. New chain link fence On or before the 24th day of De.
around back yard. Pay equity or cember, 1962, the defendant, Thel-
low financing cost. iSee at 129 Hun- ma Mae Rowan, is required to serve
ter Circle, Ferrell Allen, Jr. tfe upon Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
FOR SALE or RENT: Three bed- Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address
room house, 813 Marvin Ave. Ph. is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
227-8321. 4ti-11-28 Florida, a .copy of 'and file with the
Clerk of said Cour', the original of
LOTS FOR SALE: In Phillip's 'Sub- an answer 'to the Bill of Complaint
division on the Intra-Coastal Ca- filed against here herein.
nal at Overstreet. Small down pay- WITNESS my hand and official
ment, utp to three years to pay. seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
For information contact Mrs. L. T. Gulf County, Florida, this 17th 'day
Ar-old, Max Kilbourn or R. D. of November, A. D., 1962.
Prows, Jr., Phone 227-4991. tfc GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk 'Circuit Court,
REPOSSESSION: Fully automatic Gulf County. 4t-11-22
Singer sewing machine in cabi- (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
net. Sold for over $400.00 new. Now
only $179.95. Low down payment. IN THE CIRCUIT -COURT
Easy Terms. SURPLUS' SALES OF THE FOURTEENTH
SEWING CENTER, across from JUDICIAL -CIRCUIT OF THE
the Post Office, phone 227-2011. STATE OF FLORIDA,
WHEN YOU PLAN TO MOVE see IN CHANCERY.
SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE. GLORIA ALDAY JONES,
We can help you solve your moving Plaintiff, )
problems, whether small or large, V. )
whether across town or across the BILLYJOE JONES, )
country. Let us tell you about stor- Defendant. )
age terms, too. We represent May- NOTICE TO: BILLY JOE JONES
flower, equipped with every mod- whose place of residence Is Gener-
ern technique and convenience to al Delivery, Jakin, Georgia.
handle your most priceless possess- On or before 'the 31st day of De-
ions with care and speed. Our train- cember, A. D. 1962, the defendant,
ed 'personnel are interested first Billy Joe Jones, is required to serve
in satisfying you. Give us 'a try. upon, William J. Rish, Plaintiff's
SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE 201 Attorney, whose address is 303
Monument Ave., across from the Fourth Street, Port St. Joe, Flor-
Post Office. tc da, a copy of and file with the
Clerk of 'said 'Court, the original
BELIEVE IT OR NOT: Sound films of an answer to the Bill of Co-m-
and color strips Monday nights, plaint for 'divorce filed against him
St. Joseph Catholic Church, 7:30 herein.
p.m. FREE. WITNESS my hand and official
-- seal 'of said 'Court at Wewahitchka,
WANTED: White lady to live in Gulf County, Florida this 27th day
and care for children and do of November, A. D. 1962.
housework. 211 10th St. Phone /s/ GEORGE Y. CORE,
227-4871. 2tp Clerk Circuit Court.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
FOR SALE: 14 ft. Crosby boat with 4t-11-29
35 hp. elect. Evinrude motor and
trailer, $550. Also 18 hp. Johnson
'59 model $100. Call 229-2656. It ,
LOST: Brown and white puppy, 3
mos. old, male, Missing 1 wk. ^
$5.00 reward, Call 227-3286. it
FOR SALE: AKC reg. female box-
er. All shots and ears cropped.
Excellent temperament and pedi-
gree. Inquire Dr. Butts, St. Joe An-
SAVE on Christmas flowers at
ED'S DISCOUNT FLORIST. All
Christmas arrangements now on
sale. All reduced. Not just 12 but
25 carnations or roses in $5.00 fun-
eral wreath. Ed's Discount Florist.
NOW AVAILABLE: "The Great
Tide" by Rubylea Hall, a histori-
cal novel of this area. Ideal for
Christmas gifts. Buzzett's Drug L
Store, phone 227-3371 or call Mrs.
Hubert Brinson, 227-5756.
I will do part or full-time book-
keeping in my home or at you;-
place of business. Experienced
In a" types of book work. Typ-
ing work done neatly and correct.
R. W. HENDERSON, Phone 229- Why not take a0
DIAMOND RINGS, watches, shot-
guns, pistols, tools, fishing tackle,
sewing machines, record players
and many other items. PROWS
Used Auto Parts and Pawn Shop,
301 Third iSt. 11'tp-10-18
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERIOAN LEGION, Meet-
ing first and third Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. Amerloaa Legion
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
riick expert service. tte
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8:00 p.m.
at Parish House, 8090% th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for
further information or write P. 0.
Box 535. tt
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. AU member urged to
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, B. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit,
Ing companions welcome.
Everett McFarland, High Priest
Edgar Smith, Seoretary
THERE WILL BE a regular co0-
munication of Pirt St. Joe Lodge
yOU1L FIND IT IN fiHE
FOR RENT: Furnished one bed- write Sinclair Refining Co., Box
room house and two bedroom side 1669. tfc-12-6
duplex furnished. Two 2-bedroom
houses furnished. St. Joe Beach. FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom
Smith's Pharmacy. tfc-9-13 brick home, 1081 Long Ave. Ph.
648-4128, J. A. Mira.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur-
iiished apartment with 'garage at FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 1301
1206 Palm Blvd. Call 227-7431 after Woodward Ave. FHA approved.
4:00 p.m. tfc-11-1 Low down payment. Phone 227-
FOR RENT: Complete furnished
one bedroom apartment in quiet FOR SALE: 'Nice 2 bedroom home
neighborhood with gas 'heat and in excellent condition, with den,
range, electric refrigerator and wa- tile bath, wall to wall carpet in liv-
ter heater. Air conditioned during ng room. Many other extras to go
summer. No children -desired. Avail- with sale. Located at 1310 Wood-
able after December 1. Call 227-8881 ward Ave. Priced for quick sale,
between 9-1 or 2-6. Presently FHA financed.
If interested phone 227-5261, George
FOR RENT: Very reasonable. Fur- H. Wimberly, Jr. tfc 10-4
nished or unfurnished 1, 2 or 3
bedroom houses. Call 227-7771. tf FOR SALE: Three 'bedroom house,
1305 McClellan Ave., with garage,
rok wool blown-in insulation, metal
FOR LEASE: Sinclair service sta- weatherstripping on doors and win-
tion for lease in Port St. Joe. dows, large gas tank and three
Call SU 5-4431, Panama City or heaters, kitchen furnished or un-
There is some degree of truth
in this remark recently over-
heard in the midst of our holi-
day stock of merchandise now
ready for you: "Boyles has more
merchandise than W, X, Y and
Z combined". Yes, we've filled
every shelf, table, rack, nook
and corner. We are prepared
for, and expect an all-time re-
cord December business. We
plan to give you the most in
merchandise and service that
money can buy, anywhere, any
In view of the foregoing, The
Tattler space will be given to
telling you something about the
Christmas merchandise story at
Boyles this December, 1962. This
is done in the spirit of helpful-
ness and friendly service, in full
awareness of the greater and
more important meaning of the
real Christmas story that makes
this the happiest of all seasons.
Below we mention a few of
the benefits when shopping at
CASH SAVINGS and that
spells "No After Christmas
FRIENDLINESS, Courtesy and
rapid service. Free Gift Wrap-
ping that includes boxes, paper,
ribbons, bows, etc. We'll wrap
your package for mailing when
desired. We'll have sufficient
extra help to serve you as the
BOYLES WILL GIVE AWAY
Two Complete Head to Foot
Outfits One for Him and
One for Her. No purchase is re-
quired to register. (You must be
15 years or older). Winner will
select as they desire.
BOYLES WEDNESDAY RIOT
Sales are spectacular and real
money savers. (Just this Wednes-
day we heard a regular customer
say: "These Riot Sales are
Right!") Listen closely Wednes-
day over WJOE starting at
Before we close, here's a few
of the Values that ring the bell:
Ladies Dress Shoes, $4.99 (some
made to sell up to $9.99) Spark-
ling new Holiday Dresses, 2 for
$6.99 (ea. $3.99). Made to sell for
dollars more. 100% Wool Skirts,
unbelievable at $2.77 and $3.87.
Special group of Men's Rand
and Randeraft Dress Shoes,
$6.99 (values up to $12.99). We
could go on and on through the
night (it's now 12:30 a.m.). Bed-
time We'll see you at Shop-
ping Time ... at the surest
place in town to find all things
to wear .. BOYLES .. home
made, home owned operated
only at home! S'long! RGB
_P. S.-Ask for free 1963 calen-
EVERYTHING REDUCED 50%
AND MORE AT THE
THE BUNGALOW SHOP
1010 Palm Boulevard
'Injured In Wreck
Three local women were slightly
injured in an automobile wreck
in Panama City last Thursday eve-
ning at about 7:30 p.m., according
to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Mrs. Tommy Mitchell, Mrs. E.
R. DuBose and Mrs. George Kemp
were driving down 15th Street in
Panama City on their way to Gulf
Coast Junior College for night
The three ladies ran into the
side of a truck which pulled out
in front of them at an intersection.
The car, belonging to Mrs. Kemp
was heavily damaged and the truck
received only minor damage. The
three ladies were treated for mi-
nor cuts and abrasions at Lisenby
Hospital and released.
No. 111, F. & A. M. every tirat and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
ROY L. BURCH, W. M.
ROY K. BLACKSHEAR, Sec
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 .Manaer
TONY POWELL Men's and Boy' eepartmelt
GLADYS S. GILL ....--- Ladies' and Children's Readyto.Wear
RUTH KEELS Sportswear and Hosiery
NORMA LEE ROYAL Shoes for the Faminly
[RIS OLIVIA DAVIS __ Ladies' and ChlndrWn's Liger
HAROLD KEELS and DORENE SPEARS Rxtra
WANTED: WALL STRETCHERS!
. Apply To Mrs. Spears Boyles Department Store
----------------- ---------, -~r-
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1962
well above their average in gett-
ing two points from Glidden. Goo-
ber was high man at 487. Wayne
Smith, who has just joined the
Glidden team, was high at 562.
NWayne suffered a poor second
game or he might have hit a 600.
Lou Little and Dick Sweitzer help-
ed out and Dewey Patterson turn-
ed in a respectable 428.
Vitro put three men over 500 for
'"" lf TQ/fft their sweep of Electric Meter. Don
y Fr Carter, alias John Hanson, paced
The history of Vitro at 542. Ruel Whitehurst
the world Is the sum of came back with a 509 after a poor
stories about people who, showing last week. Bill Tew had
for good or for ill, did not
quit. Modern science rests one of his better nights at 504.
on such individuals the Dave Jones, who wanted to send
Pasteurs, the Listers, the a wrecking crew out to "repair"
Bantings, to name a few. lanes five and six, was the big
Modem pharmacy is the
result of their tireless gun for Electric Meter. Dave shot
research which has bene- a 447. Ferrell Allen, Jr., showed
fitted us all. Next time, much improvement after a slow
ting your prescrpton start. Sonny Counts and Pete Far-
ris were "off".
*Y __= HAMwePulp Mill, after losing for three
weeks, turned their guns on Lab-
Suzze '$ Dr..g Store oratory with a 2388 scratch series.
Joe Davis found himself and shot
317 Williams Ave. a 543. Daryl Strickland also did
Free Parking some "finding" when he hit a 518.
Drive-In Window Service Even Lamar Moore bowled well
at 484. Robert Whittle was close
to a 500 series at 479.
DBOW ING I The Chemists bowled well and
D l II V -went down to defeat like chain-
N fS pions. J. C. McArdle, who has a
NEWS good chance to win the most im-
proved bowlers trophy, carried
COMMERCIAL LEAGUE the attack for Lab. Chuck Mar-
A make-up match took place dur- shall followed J. C. with a 458..
ing our lay-off with Basil's Stan- Tom Thornton had his troubles
dard taking three points from the even though he struck out in the
Michigan Chemical men. Ralph 10th in his first and second game.
Moss was big gun for Basil's roll- Martin Britt kept the pressure on
ing a big 236 game and a 489 ser- and hit a high of 411.
ies. Ralph Ward led the Chemical Team Standings W L
men with 523 and Barney McCor- Vitro 34 17%
mick was a close second with 444. Pump Mill ----------32 20
* Our regular schedule resumed Back Maintenance .- 28% 23%
last week with the St. Joe Steve- Laboratory 26 26
dores and Florida National Bank Glidden 25 27
splitting two points each. The Box Plant 23 29
Stevedores took the first two games Electric Meter _-- 21 31
and looked nrettv well in for all Paper Mill 18 33
Bake Sale, Auto Wash by the MYF youth of the two chur-
The Methodist Churches of Ov- Price for the car wash will be
erstreet and Mexico Beach will S I .0
combine their efforts to sponsor Those wishing to help these
a car wash and bake sale Saturday, young people are urged to call the
December 8 beginning at 9:00 a.m. Surf Drive-In for an appointment
The activities will be sponsored i at 648-3162.
LOW PRICED COLOR TV
Special Series 213-F-10-M
260 sq. in. picture
RCA VICTOR MARK 8 COLOR TV
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Mark 8 Color TV
High Fidelity Color Tube Delivs
Dramatic New Picture Fidelity
Super Power Chassis
Super-powerful "New Vista" Tuner
SO:.':y Two Color Controls Make Tuning Easy
See Color TV in our Window, Tues., Wed., Sat., & Sun.
CALL 227-4081 for FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION
ST. JOE RADIO & TV COMPANY
Phone 227-4081 308 Fourth Street
MH~i^ S~esavsawasSSS s vess -iss- -~iaf atsa.
The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors
RIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
SCorner Third 6t. and Batrll Ave. C. FYRON SMITH, Paettir
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ---------6:15
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .......... 7:30
"Come and Worship God With Us"
four until the roof fell in and
Florida Bank bombed them for the
last game and also total pins. Bill
Whaley was top gun for the bank
rolling 177 in the last game and
also a 455 series. Grover Holland's
436 was second high. Gary Manz
rolled 488 to lead the Stevedores
and Ted Grabowski's 449 came in
second. B. I. Mobley's 345 was his
low for the season. His luck was
not too very good last week.
Alleys three and four saw the
hot Basil's sweep Roche's Furni-
ture for all four points. Thornton
and Samuelson led the powerful
Basil's attack with 494 and 486.
Wayne Smith again captured high
honors with his 547 to lead Roche's
with Jerry Strobel's 472 second. I
Tommy Pridgeon rolled 572 to
lead Costin's to a four game sweep:
over Michigan Chemical. The vie-!
tory moved Costin's within one
game of the league leading Steve-
dores and they tangle tonight.
Ralph Ward rolled 500 even to'
lead Michigan Chemical.
The team standings are as fol-
St. Joe Stevedores .-
Florida National Bank
Basil's Standard _-.--
Roche's Furniture -
Michigan Chemical _-
Back Maintenance, led by Hook
McKenzie and Rod Jensen beat
three points out of Paper Mill.
Glidden, who believes in sharing
with your enemy, divided with
Box Plant, two points for each.
Vitro, who isn't in first place for
nothing, hogged all four from
Electric Meter. Pulp Mill turned
on the Laboratory for all four.
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