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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, FLOlIDA,


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10,1963


Group Opposes


.Proposed Jitney Jr.

A group of local citizens appear--
ed before the Port St. Joe City .
Commission Tuesday night oppos- E Srn t E. 'Bridges
ing the construction of h food mar-
ket at the corner of Seventh Street SS undai
and Monument Avenue. y
The proposed market will remain Ernest Edward Bridges, age 75,
open from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. passed away Sunday afternoon at
seven days a week. a Veterans' Hospital in Lake City.
Offering opposition ver b ally Survivors include two sisters,
were C. G..Costin, Sr., E. J. Woods, Mrs. M. G. Brock, andMrs. J. E.
David Rich, E. J. Rich, Eldridge Pridgeon of Wewahitchka.
Money and Rev. C. Byron Smith. Funeral services were held at
They opposed the market due to 10:3 Wednesday morning in the
its open Sunday intentions and be- Comforter Funeral Home Chapel at
cause they understood that the mar- Wewahitchka conducted by Rev. W.
ket would sell beer and wine. J. Runnels assisted by Rev. Arthur
A letter from the Gulf County Fussell and Rev. G. T. Hinton. Bur-
Ministerial Alliance also opposed ial was at the Roberts Cemetery,
allowing the market to sell beer Honeyville.
and wine. Cad
Silas R. Stone, owner of the pro- Pallbearers were Ed Lee, Claudis
perty, said that he intends to lease L Earl Tom Pridgeon, Sr.,
the market building to the Jitney Earl Tom Pridgeon, Jr., Buddy
Jr. stores and that it will be an Bridges and Blair Shuford.
asset -to the community. He said it K
would offer no competition to oth- Tomorrow
er markets in the city, in that its m um 0 W S
prices would be higher and it v ua on. y
would be a "convenience" market. Evalua Day
As for the closing hours, Stone ask-
ed that he be given the considera- Friday, October 11 is Evaluation
tion given to other businesses that Day. This is the time that children
remain open on Sunday in the city. stay at home. the parents come
Mayor Hannon stated that the to school.
City Ordinances did not .prohibit The Port- St. Joe High School
the operation of such a market but teachers will be in their rooms
that the Board would consider the from 8:00 a.m. until 12 and .from
request and take it up with their 1:00 p.m. until 3:00. The school
attorney. urges the parents to come out,
meet and talk with their children's
teachers.
'Highland View PTA This way parents will better un-
'Sponsoring Poster Contest derstand the progress their. chil-
dren are making. This also allows
A poster contest with every stu- the teachers to better understand
dent participating is being spon- the students-
sored by the Highland View PTA, thPlease come by the office to ob-
according to Mrs. Barney Earley, tainyour child's schedule and the
Hallowe'en Carnival Chairman. location of his classroom.
The purpose of the poster con- loain of his classroom.
test is t6 publicize-e fhe Hallowe'en t
Carnival, which will be on Friday, *
October 19, from, 4 to 8 p.m. at vers eet rige
Highland View School. A parade
will precede the carnival. To Be Clsed


The best poster will be chosen
from each room, with the best
from each of the first, second and
third grades competing for cash
award. The best posters from the
fourth, fifth and sixth grade rooms
will compete for a cash award also.
The posters chosen as best from
each of these groups will be dis-
played in'store windows.


The State Road Department
announced this week that the
bridge across the canal at Over-
street will be closed to vehicular
traffic from Monday, Oct. 14 to
Saturday, Oct. 19.
The bridge is a floating draw
span and will be' dry-docked for
painting during this time.


High School PTA Preparing Supper for

Observance of Homecoming Next Week


Homecoming can be a real home-
coming if everyone will go to the
game.
But, you won't have to prepare
supper for this occasion, because
the High School PTA is preparing
supper at a price of course.
Chicken and rice, salad, rolls, iced
tea or coffee will be served. Also,
for those deisring "Lisa", this, too,
will be prepared.
The meal will be served in the
school cafeteria between 5:30 and
7:30 p.m.
Tickets will go on sale Monday.
Members of the PTA will have
them available beginning tomor-
row.


Shark Boosters

Seek Members
The number of Shark Boosters
attending the Friday morning
breakfasts 'at the Motel St. Joe is
growing. Some 35 to 40 attended
last Friday.
President Jake Mouchette urges
everyone interested in the promo-
tion of the football squad to be
present Friday morning at 6:30 to
7:30. Membership cards will be
available at the breakfast for those
who wish to join.


Annual Hallowe'em

Carnival Plans

Now Underway
Plans are now well underway t
make this year's annual Hallo
we'en Carnival one of the bes
ever, according to Mrs. Tom Par
ker, Jr., chairman.
Mrs. Parker has chosen as hei
co-chairmen, Mrs. Philip Chathan
and Mrs. Williston Chason. Thenr
will be fun and food for all age
groups, so make your plans now t(
attend. The date has been set foi
Saturday, October 26.
There is a need for lumber foi
constructing the many booths, anc
Mrs. Parker requests that anyone
having any old lumber that can be
used for this purpose contact an}
of the chairmen, who will arrange
to have the lumber picked up.


Lions Play Host

To District

Governor Monday
Lion District Governor, John
Paul of DeFuniak Springs, visited
with the Port St. Joe Lions Club at
their regular meeting Monday, Oc-
tober 7. Lion Paul discussed with
the local club a few of the more
than 360,000 activities reported by
122 countries at the International
Lions Club Convention held re-
cently at Miami Beach.
The guest speaker at the lunch-
eon was Jack Buford, Jr., of the
Governor's office in Tallahassee
who spoke on the progress being
made toward making a State Park
on St. Joseph's Spit a reality. Mr.
Buford also spoke on the overall
state program relative to park de-
velopment.
Bo Bray and Bobby Brown were
recently inducted into the Port St.
Joe Lions Club. Other guests at
the luncheon were Jesbse Stone,
Robert Nedley, Tom Ford, George
Gerth, Bob Faliski, Lee Taylor and
Joel Morris.

Jaycees Ask For Salt
Water Boat Landings
A letter from the Port St. Jay-
cees requested the County to offer
their support for construction of
a boat landing in the St. Joe Beach
area and the Cape San Blas area.
The Board failed to second a mo-
ion by Walter Graham that such
support be forthcoming, so the mo-
ion died.
Comn. Silas Player said he felt
the Board's support was not needed
to secure the landings and he felt
he Board should not approve any-
hing that would be in opposition
o private business.

City To Partidpate In
Canal Walk Construction
Commissioner Leo Kennedy no-
ified the County Board Tuesday
that the City of Port St. Joe would
aid in constructing a walk bridge
over Patton's Bayou at Long Ave-
nue, for school foot traffic.
Kennedy said that the City had
offered to furnish the cement if the
county would extend their construc-
ion to tie into existing sidewalks
now ending at 18th St. and 19th
St The Board agreed to go along
with the project.


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Sharks vs. Walton


Lose to Milton by 54 to 7 Score


It's unusual to say that a team
played a good game while losing
54-7, but the Sharks played their
top game in the one-sided effort.
The first quarter was pretty dis-
astrous for the Sharks as the big
Panthers of Milton scored 21 points
with relative ease. During the sec-
ond quarter Milton managed two
more TD's but the Sharks generat-
ed a little offense and made it a
little tougher going for the Pan-
thers.
After the half, coach Bobby
Brown must have put a bug in the
Sharks ears because they came
back with but one thought in mind
-score their first TD of the sea-
son. The Sharks played an out-
standing second half and despite
the lopsided score, they never gave


up. Outstanding defensive play by
Eric Hammond, Jimmy Goodman,
Bill Vervaeke and David Young
kept the score from being even
more lopsided.
The Sharks scored their TD in
the fourth quarter on a 30-yard
pass play that was set up by some
good running by Tommy Sisk, Bill
Vervaeke and David Young. Quar-
terback Al Cathey hit end Jimmy
Goodman with the aerial and Good-
man plowed through a Milton de-
fender for the score. Tommy Sisk
ran the extra point. As the game
was ending Milton managed to
score their final TD as the whtiet
blew.
After a game with Milton, rank--
ed in the top ten in the state, it
will probably seem like a breather


when they meet Walton High to-
morrow night. But the Sharks will
have their hands full because Wal-
ton has one of their top teams this
year and also have a conference
win against Quincy, a 20 to 0 vic-
tory, and you just don't usually
beat Quincy unless you have a
pretty good football team. The
Sharks will be seeking their first
victory and their first conference
win since 1961. If the Sharks can
play the same brand of hard nose
ball they played last Friday they
very well could come up with the
victory.
Yardstick St. Joe Miltonr
First Downs --------- 10 20
Yards Rushing _______ 111 374
Yds. Passing--------- 63 36
Passes Completed _--- 4-14 2-8
Had Intercepted ------ 1 0
Yards Penalized ------ 40 85
Fumbles 0 1


Committee Being Chosen



To Verify Petition Validity


r More Delay

e Seen In Vote

) The petition asking the Gulf
r County Commission to call an elec-
tion to decide on whether to move
r the county seat was discussed at
length at the Commisison meeting
Tuesday morning of this week.
y The County Board has put off
a calling the election for another two
weeks, at least, as a result of
Tuesday's meeting.
A group calling themselves, "Lit-
tle Taxpayers" had their attorney,
Mayo Johnson of Panama City, at
Tuesday's meeting. Johnson called
for a two week delay on any deci-
sion by the Board to allow him time
to familiarize himself with the
matter.
Commissioner James McDaniel
stated that the matter had been de-
layed for 40 days now, and he felt
a vote should be called for.
The Board agreed to go on the
advice of their attorney, David C.
Gaskin.
Attorney Donelson Jones, rep-
resenting the Committee for Relo-
cation of the County Seat, objected
to any further delays.
After much discussion, the Board
asked the three attorneys-John-
son, Jones and Gaskin to go into
private conference while their
meeting continued and come up
with a recommendation,
After the conference, the attor-
neys that both committees and the
county board each submit a name
to serve on a committee, to verify
the petition as having Roperr and
a sufficient amount of names from
official county records. The com-
mittee names are to be submitted
for appointment or rejection by
the Board-at their October 22
meeting. During this two week per-
iod, the three attorneys will get to-
gether and set out guidelines for
the examining committee to oper-
ate under and present them at the
Oct. 22 meeting.
As soon as the committee is ap-
pointed and the petition examined
it is supposed that the election will
be called.
Some discussion was held also
as to whether the election should
be called in December, early spring
or placed on the May primary bal-
lot. At any rate, a 30 day notice
of the election must be given.

'Revival Services Continue
At Long Avenue Baptist
Revival services will continue
through Sunday of this week at
the Long Avenue Baptist Church.
Dr. Robert Witty of Jacksonville
is the visiting evangelist.
Services will begin at 7:00 p.m.
Friday night in order to allow
those attending the services time
to attend the Port St. Joe-Walton
High football game at 8:00 p.m.
Tonight and Saturday night ser-
vices begin at 7:30 p.m. and at the
regular worship hours on Sunday.

Commission Acts On
Road to St. Joe Spit
Commissioner Walter Graham re-
ported to the County Board Tues-
day that construction of a road to
serve St. Joseph Spit Park would
be an expensive undertaking due
to marshland that had to be cross-
ed. The Board ,after some discus-
sion, agreed that the road needed
to be construction immediately. In
order to build the project, they
agreed to set up a conference with
Governor Bryant, the Park Board
and the State Road Department to
seek state aid.

Junior Varsity Grid
Team to Play Tonight
The Port St. Joe Junior High
School seventh and eighth grade
football team will play Apalachi-
cola's seventh and eighth grade
team here, Thursday night, Octo-
ber 10 at 7:30. Admission will be
50c for adults, 25c for students.
The Junior team will play a return
game in Apalachicola next Thurs-
day, October 17.


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SWEARING IN-Pictured above are City Commis-
sioners I. C. Nedley and Wade W. Barrier, Jr.,
'being sworn into their offices Tuesday night by
City Auditor and Clerk, J. B. Williams. Both
men began two year terms Tuesday. In addi-
tion to the swearing in ceremonies, Nedley was
given a certificate of appreciation by the Com-
mision for having completed 20 years as a City


Commissioner. Nedley has the longest record
of service of any Port St. Joe Commissioner
both past and present. Nedley's term, while a
long one, hasn't been consecutive. There were
several terms during the past 30 years in which
he did not serve. The certificate of appreciation
was presented Nedley by Clerk Williams.
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Civic Clubs Hear Financial


Impact of Proposed Park


'Members of the State .Recreation
Department have 'appeared to sev-
eral civic clubs in Port St. Joe and
Wewahitchka this week, giving the
clubs a history of the new organi-
zation and outlining the financial
advantages for the Port St. Joe area
that will result from the St. Jo-
seph Peninsula State Park sched-
uled to begin construction around
the first of the year.
Speakers were Ney Landrum,
Jack Buford and Jim Sayes who
spoke to the Port St. Joe Rotary
Club, the Lions Club, the Kiwanis
Club and the Jaycees.
The Florida Outdoor Recreation
Program was founded by Governor
Bryant due to the national trend
toward outdoor recreation. And
outdoor recreation requires lands
and waters for public use. Since
these areas are being developed at
a rapid rate to private ownership,
it is foreseeable that public rec-
reation areas will vanish from the
scene unless the state steps in with
a program of preservation.
The State program has received


Guest Speaker Set for
Faith Bible Church
Rev. James L. Carder has just
arrived from the Lord's work in
the Canary Islands and this veteran
missionary will be the guest speak-
er at the Faith Bible Church Sun-
day evening at 7:30 p.m. He will be
showing colored slides and he will
be telling of the blessings and en-
couragement received in the ad-
vance of the Gospel on these is-
lands off the Northwest coast of
Africa. Faith Bible Church ser-
vices are temporarily being held
at the Port St. Joe High School Au-
ditorium.

October 13 Is Rally
Day At 'Nazarene Church
On October 13, the Church of
The Nazarene will observe Rally
Day world-wide. The local church
of the Nazarene located at the cor-
ner of Long Avenue and Niles
Road, extends an invitation to ev-
eryone to attend. Special attention
will be given to babies present. A
lovely gift will be presented by the
Pastor, J. A. Blackwell, to the lar-
gest family present.
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Coldewey Re-Appointed
TALLAHASSEE Secretary of
State Tom Adams this week an-
nounced the re-commissioning of
Tom S. Coldewey, Port St. Joe as
Commissioner, Port St. Joe Port
Authority, Gulf County.


the, whole-hearted support of the
Florida Legislature;
At present the new program is
financed by a 5% tax on sporting
goods which brings in about 2%Y
t6) 3 million dollars annually.
But money is needed now for
land acquisition, so an amendment
will be voted on November 5 to al-
low the Recreation department to
float a bond issue to finance the


project.
The park on St. Joseph's Penin-
sula will mean a great deal finan-
cially for Port St. Joe. According
to estimates made by park people,
campers-who will be using the
park area-spend in the neighbor-
hood of $20.00 a day for supplies.
The new park will eventually be
large enough to handle upwards of
1,000 people a day.


Mrs. John P. Arnold, Department
President of the American Legion
Auxiliary made her official visit
to the Second District from Sep-
tember 30 to October 2.
The Willis V. Rowan, Unit 116,
joined in with the Willoughby B.
Marks Unit of Apalachicola and
gave a breakfast in her honor on
October 1. About 25 members were
present.
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Accompanied by Mrs. P. G. Hart,
the Second District President, she
visited all of the other Units in the
District.
Mrs. Arnold outlined her pro-
gram for the coming year and
spoke especially about the GI Bill
of Education that had been ex-
tended to the children to the vet-
erans to help those who need it to-
ward a college education.
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EGION AUXIL ARY DIGNITARIES: I'ilt.,i above, left to right,
are area and state Legion Auxiliary dignitaries which visited posts
in this area recently. They are, left to right, Mrs. M. E. Whitaker,
Second District Secretary-Treasurer; Mrs. John P. Arnold, Depart-
ment President, Florida American Legion Auxiliary and Mrs. P. G.
Hart, Second District President. Mrs. Whitaker and Mrs. Hart are
Port St. Joe residents. Mrs. Arnold is from Sebring.


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Announcement is made by Mr.
and Mrs. Robert W. Bell of Jack
sonville Beach of the betrothal
of their daughter, Judith Louise,
to J. Glenn Alligood, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Alligood, Port St.
Joe.
The bride-elect, a 1961 grad-
uate of Duncan U. Fletcher, at-
tended Jacksonville University,
where she was affiliated with


Fensom-Sanders

Plans Completed
Miss Judith Fensom has com
pleted plans for her wedding t
Brian Sanders this Saturday
Saint James Episcopal Church.

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Omega Tau Alpha sorority.
The prospective bridegroom, a
1960 graduate 9f Port St. Joe
High School, presently attends
Jacksonville University where he
is a senior. He is affiliated with
Phi Delta fraternity.
Friends and relatives are in-
vited to attend the 4 p.m. mar-
riage ceremony Dec. 14 in the
Beach Methodist Church.


' The Reverend Harry Babbit will
officiate. Jim Fensom will serve as
acolyte. Wedding music will be
played by Mrs. Mark Tomlinson.
The bride's attendants are Miss
n- Brenda Sanders, Winter Park,
to maid of honor, Miss Ann Miller and
at Miss Elizabeth Ann Brown, Port
St. Joe and Miss Martha Sue Cis-

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"THE TONY FONTANE STORY"

This 80-minute Christian, dramatic musical, in color
presents Tony Fontane's personal testimony

By special arrangement of the Young People's Depart-
ment of Faith Bible Church, this 'will be shown.

Saturday Night Only, Oct. 12 7:30 P.M.

at the HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM

No Admission Charge Nursery Is Provided


Everyone Is Invited To Attend


Mrs. Margaret Walters
.. State Rebekah Pres.
Mrs. Walters Recent
Visitor To Rebekah Lodge
Mrs .Margaret Walters of Tam-
pa, president of the Rebekah As-
sembly of Florida was guest of
honor at a banquet compliment-
ing her at the Port St. Joe Motel
Dining Room on Thursday eve-
ning of last week when members
of Melody Rebekah Lodge No. 22
entertained for her.


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ney of Greenville, Kentucky.
Wilson Sanders, father of the
groom, will be best man. Ushers'
are Chesley Fensom and Edward
Smith, Port St. Joe and Ronald
Sewell, Orlando.
Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Smith
and Dr. and Mrs. William F. Wa-
ger will entertain members of the
wedding party and out of town
guests this evening with an infor-
mal buffet supper at the Smith's
home on Garrison Ave.
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Luncheon Given In Honor of
Judy Fensom, Bride-Elect
Mrs. Henry Dandridge of Lynn
Haven and Mrs. Harry Tison gave
a luncheon in honor of Miss Judith
Fensom last Tuesday at Mrs. Ti-
son's home on Palm Boulevard.
The luncheon table was overlaid
with a cloth of mint green linen.
Bronze ribbon and brass scales
holding arrangements of bronze
pom poms completed the setting.
The hostesses presented Miss
Fensom a plate in her china, a set
of monogrammed mats and a
--Cookbook for Two".

FHA Promotes Joys of
Homemaking to Students
Future Homemakers of Amerlca
is a national organization of boys
and girls studying home economics
in high school. The purposes of the
club include promoting apprecia-
tion of the joys and satisfaction ol
homemaking, emphasizing home
membership gpc prompting the .e-
velopment of creative leadership
in home and community affalcs.
The following have been elected
as officers for 1963-64: President,
Jackie Sadler; vice-president, Bren-
da Conoley; secretary, Helen Peak;
treasurer, Sandy Clark; parliamen-
tarian, Shirley Ayers.
The FHA has a good staff this
year and many activities are plan-
ned. The organization hopes that
you will share with them the de-


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sire and aim to make FHA an even
better club this coming year.
Some of the special events on the
calendar for this year are: The Mo-
ther and Daughter Banquet and
selling candy at the Homecoming
game.
CAROL PARSONS
Reporter


The bride-elect and prospective
bridegroom are graduates of the
Port St. Joe fHigh School, class
Pf 1963,
The wedding will be at 6:00
p.m. at the home of the bride's
parents, October 25.


MEET THIS AFTERNOON
The Gladiolus Circle of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club will meet this
afternoon at 3:00 p.m, inh the home
of Mrs. Didoley Vaughn.
All members are urged to attend
and bring a triangle arrangement
using flowers and buds of one kind
with foliage. Also bring your
Christmas gifts for the boys at the
Marianna Industrial School.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, P1.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1963


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1963
Historical Society Plans
Tour of Peninsula
President Jesse V. Stone presid-
ed at the regular meeting of the
St. Joseph Historical Society held
October 5 at 3:00 p.m. in the Mu-
nicipal Building.
President Stone appointed J. B.
Williams as chairman of the ar-
rangements for the Society's tour
of St. Joseph's Peninsula on No-
vember 9. The points of interest to
be visited are: Salt Works located
at the head of St. Joseph Bay, In-
dian Mound; first park development
area, the English settlement site
and the Spanish settlement site.
At the request of Gulf County
Representative Ben C. Williams the
St. Joseph Historical Society was
asked to participate in the Decem-
ber 7 dual celebration of the 125th
anniversary of the signing of Flor-
ida's first Constitution in St. Joseph
and the 50th anniversary of the
City of. Port St. Joe's incorpora-
tion. A committee was appointed
to assist in any way possible at this
important occasion.
President Stone informed the So-


city of his position as Chairman
of the Outdoor Recreation Commit-
tee for Gulf County. He solicited
the members aid and urged each
member to work for passage of the
forthcoming Outdoor Recreation
bond referendum bill. He explain-
ed that no new tax would be plac-
ed upon the people if they vote in
favor of the bond issue. The tax
to finance the bill was levied in
the 1963 Legislature. The bond ref-
erendum will merely allow the
Outdoor Recreation Board to ob-
tain lands and develop them before
the price of these lands becomes
so high -it will be prohibitive for
the state to acquire them. Gulf
County has already received $100,-
000 for the St. Joseph Spit project
to be financed by these bonds.
President Stone also discussed
the Indian Site on the peninsula.
He stated that a state archaeologist
who recently visited the site was
very impressed by the uniqueness
of the site and by the potential his-
tory which could be obtained by
scientific excavation. The surface
of the mound yields artifacts be-
longing to the Fort Walton Culture
Period which made its exodus fronr
,history in 1625. The lower stratas


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would in all probability yield arti- Munich, Venice and Berlin, while tha Freeman, "Olive Oil" and June
facts dating back in antiquity 1,000 at Berlin they went behind the Gay, producer. This was certainly
to 2,000 years old. The development Iron Curtain. Mrs. Smith stated worth many laughs. |
of this project is in the elementary this was a very depressing sight. Delores Cox also pantomimed the
stage. The site is on privately own- While at the Berlin Wall they had theme song for "Popeye the Sail '
ed property and the question of the pleasure of seeing President or" and was dressed the part. R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
whether the State can acquire it Kennedy's mother, who was at the Greta Freeman, news comment Associate Editors YOU-ALL .
has not'yet been ascertained, wall at the same time. tor, gave newsy little tips written -
+ In Venice they took a gondola in poem form about each of the Published by
ride. They also visited in Vienna, girls present .,
Mrs. Verna Smith Returns Austria. In Rome they visited the The TV game, "Match Game" BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE 1. .
From 'European Tour Vatican and many of the beautiful was played with a panel of con- PHONE mALL 7-4 a
cathedrals and the Colliseum, for testants from the audience. The .&."'"
Mrs. Verna M. Smith returned which Rome is famous. winning side won a bag of gold R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
home September 26 from an ex- Nice, Paris, Monte Carlo and Ge- (bubble gum). editedd toBetter Selling mixed with a
tended visit and tour of Europe. neva were included in their iten- After the program left the air, edicated tte fn" with
She left Panama City airport Au erary. delicious refreshments were se-- LE
gust 17 via jet plane for New York While in London they were for- ved to all.
landing in Gothenberg,e she was met by tunate to see the changing of the Prizes were awarded to the clev- tms pesoNNiC
August 18, where she was met by guards outside the palace gates and rest male and female TV person ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
her daughter and family Mr. and many other sights of interest. From ality. Mrs. Dot Koller won the fe- GLADYS S. GILL ----- Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
Mrs. John Lane, they went to their London, they traveled via train to male and was dressed as "The Nur- RUTH KEELS Sportswear and Hosiery
home in Steningsund, Sweden South Hampton where they em. ses" and Dot Grossman was dressed ETHEL M. GAY ad PAULA ES (Girl Friday)
where they have lived for 10 barked on the S.S. Rotterdam of as a cowboy. BOB McKIERNAN Shoe Department
months where Mr. Lane was em- the Holland-American Line and Mrs. Virginia Cannon made mov-
ployed by Standard Oil Co., as an turned their faces homeward to ing pictures of the party which will Tattler Chatter on Nature's Wonders Uncle Sam
engineer in the construction or a New York and the good old USA. be shown at the next sorority so- Concerned (Chuckle) Independent, Individual
new plant in Sweden. Landing September 24, after a tour cial. Bargain Shopping 'National Made to Measure
boarded a plane on August a of the great metropolis, on to Clothes Grow Tall and (Handsome!)
boarded a plane on August 30 at Washington, D. C. and Arlington James W. Burns, 44
Gothenberg for their sight-seeing and the many wonderful things to 'Dies In Thomasville Dear Friends: about two miles! It would be im-
trip. Points of interest were Copen- be seen there, on to Panama City While hi tomas possible to number the pines and
hagen, Denmark. Oslo, Norway. In via jet, finally arriving home on James W. Burns, age 44, of Thom- While ths is written the morn- other kindred trees while moving
Germany, they visited Hamburg, September 26. All reported a most asville, Ga., died October 5 in ing sun is just rising above the hor- in a car. Maybe we can get slash
wonderful vacation. Thomasville of a heart attack. izon and peeping through the state- pine man Henry Maige or Elmore
Mr. and Mrs. John Lane and Burns, who had recently moved to ly pines viewed through my bed Godfrey to assist ... in a jeep .
A ZA R E N E children left Friday, September 27 Thomasville, had been a resident room window. The brilliance and or on foot! Now you may be
for their home in Baton Rouge, La., of Port St. Joe for 18 years. beauty is more than one can des- saying we have mighty little to do!
Road after an absence of almost a year. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. cribe. We can only say: "Gorgeous, In fact, there's so much to do, a
.* Opal Marie Burns; a son, Jimmy wonderful to behold". It's good to lifetime would not be long enough!
iVUl 'Eta 'Upsilon Entertains Ferrell; a daughter, Debra Ann. all be alive and have eyes to see this Suppose we'd better leave this pro-
CTOB 0 PrMembers of Thomasville; three sisters, Mrs. great work of Nature! How can ject for a future generation! So
CTOBER 20 'Prospective Mem ers Malte White and Mrs. Vida Wat- anyone doubt the existence and much for the Universe ... may it
Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sig- son of Port St. Joe and Mrs. Alford creative power of the Master of the stay here as long as we live!
with the Rev. James V. Ben- ma Phi entertained with a rush of Quincy. universe. In the event any so called It's time for a chuckle or so,
party for their prospective mem- Funeral services were held from atheist is reading these lines ... c
family evangelistic party. They bers. The party was held at the the Oak Grove Assembly of God will you come and have a look snitched from writers enough to
st of minister, singers, musi- Florida Power Lounge. The theme Church Monday afternoon at 3:00 with me? Would also like a word get paid for what they say (not
was a TV show. Everyone came p.m., with Rev. Ferrell officiating. with you! There's room to look naive enough like this one to pay
and chalk artist. This travel- dressed as their favorite TV per- Interment was in Holly Hill Ceme- from the rustic spot in the country for saying it!) Yes, it's payable on
msonality. tery. where we live now Guess we're the 10th to The Star Rain or
The party room was cleverly dec- Pallbearers were Herman Ard, just rural by heart and need plen- shine business or no business!)
nents including the organ, ac- orated and looked like the typical Buford Griffin, Kenneth Ellis, Her- ty of space to stretch and yawn! Let's have this one from M. P. R.
television station. A curtain was man Stripling, Ray Jolly and I .C. My yawning was somewhat embar- anyway: "Some girls will go out
an, trumpets, converted whis- draped across one side of the room Smith. rassing to Mrs. B. ... in town! with a big drip if he spends money
bottles and the unusual singing with the station name in large + And, we're not alone! There's like water" And another one
black letters, station BZO-TV. Men's homes at a pleasant distance both right on the nose: "It is reported
t, also others. A chalk picture Mrs. Sammy Dean acted as an- east and west of us .. friendly Uncle Sam is concerned about the
be given each night to the per- nouncer, Mrs. Greta Freeman was B A Z ER S neighbors. There's possibilities of large number of citizens who are
in charge of commercials, Mrs. A future homes (in the dense woods) living above their income! .
bringing the most visitors. Wandis Scott, camerawoman, Mrs. By sewell in the rear, north but slight Look who's talking!" A slogan is
Shirley Daniels, spotlight techni. chances for teepees, or what have in order here: "Pay Cash and Pay.
cian. you .south. The waters are too Less" (Boyles, 222 Reid Ave., Port
o Everyone to Attend A pantomime skit was perform. wet and deep in St. Joseph's scenic St. Joe, Fla.!) Now, before you
ed by Delores Cox as "Popeye", Be- bay! Let's just leave it that way, leave will you listen to this 30 sec-
please! onds commercial: Boyles October
Bet you'll be surprised to know Bargain Harvest is now in full
eating -- Air Conditioning and Refrigeration this little fact! Driving into town swing. We urge you to shop every
Saying one day, Barbara and the writer department for Special Buys in
ifi a made it a point to count the large, wearing apparel and shoes. Every
TOO SMALL FOR NATURAL GAS thrifty palms on the Bay side of item has been carefully scrutiniz-
M Gwdget I oU W h Highway 98. There's 121 up to ed and purchased by the manage-
SG&Wt flaAerin Highland View a distance of (Continued On Page 4)


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THE STAR, P6rtf t. Joe, PhF.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1963


your \
prescription :
may be "Greek"
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technical meaning. His years of
skill qualify him to read and fill
your Doctor's Prescription to the
letter, with fresh, potent ingredi-
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Rexall druggist just the same as
you can depend on any drug prod-
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CLASSIFIED ADS
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room apart. Phone 227-7761. tfc
FOR RENT: 2wo furnished apart-
ments. Phone 227-5426, John


Scott. fc-9-19
FOR RENT: House with business
space attached, furnished or un-
furnished. Ph. 229-1361L tMic-19
FOR RENT: Two bedroom bouse,
corner Tenth Street and Long
Avenue. Call Mrs. Nora Duren.
Phone 227-5471. tfc-6-13
FOR RENT: Trailer space in Oak
Grove. Sewer and water. $14.00
month. Phone L. C. Davis, 227-7059.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment for couple only at '1621
Monument Ave. Phone 227-7641. tf
FOR RENT: Two one bedroom cot-
tages, furnished on 9th SL Also
2 bedroom unfurnished apt Call
227-5111 or call by Smith's Phar-
macy. tte


FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
apartment, 114 Monument Ave.
Call 227-7816. tt-.7-18
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
Call 227-7636 after 5:00 p.m. Ar-
nold Daniell. tfc-9-12
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
One block from town. Mrs.
Charles Browne, 305 6th St. tfc-26
FOR RENT: Furnished garage apt.
$55.00 per mo. No utilities paid.
At 1015 Monument Ave. Call 227-
7396, B. C. Gaillard, 1009 Monu-
ment Ave. tfc-9-26
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house fur-
nished or unfurnished at Oak
Grove. Call Bill Carr at 227-8111.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room house, 1323 McClellan Ave.
Call B .L. Presnell, 227-8305. tfc
FOR RENT: One bedroom and pri-
vate bath, living room and TV
room privilege. 528 corner Sixth
St., and Woodward Ave. 2tp-10


FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom
brick home and small apart-
ment, 1301 Long Ave., $11,000.
Phone 648-4128. Mira.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, two
baths, closed garage and breeze-
way on 72' by 170' lot. $10,900. Lo-
cated 1008 McClellan Ave. Call
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FOR SALE: Duo Therm blower oil ;
furnace. 3 bedroom capacity. St. ony Fontane
Joe Pure Service. Phone 227-2241. T


FOR SALE: 25' boat hull with new
cabin. $50.00 or best offer. See
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FOR SALE: '61 Volkswagen sedan.
Excellent condition. Black with
white sidewall tires and radio. $1,-.
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FOR SALE: Two bedroom house.
1308 Long Ave., with garage and
large utility room. Call or contact
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3636. tfc-9-19


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mo pmt. See by appointment. Ph.
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Woodward Ave. FHA approved.
Phone 227-7396. B. C. Gaillard,
1009 Monument Ave.
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom, 2 bath, liv-
ing room with fireplace, dining
room, kitchen with large breakfast
room, utility room, venetian blinds,
gas tank. One block from school.
Call SUnset 5-8157, Panama City.
OPENING FOR RAWLEIGH DEA-
LER in Gulf County or Port St.
Joe. Established customers. Can
earn $2.00 to $3.00 hourly and up.
Write Rawleigh, FAI 100-1109,
Memphis, Tenn. 9-26-11-14
FOR SALE: Cushman scooter in
good condition. For further in-
formation call 227-4491. tfc-10-3
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house at
Oak Grove. Pay equity and take
up payments. 408 Madison St.
Cliff Ellis. 4tp-10-3
FOR SALE: 1959 LeSabre 4-door
Buick. Walter Dodson, Fla. Na-
tional Bank. tfc-8-15
FOR SALE: 16-ft. Borum runabout
boat and 85 "hp Mercury Motor.
Walter Dodson, Fla. National Bank.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 227-7011
for quick expert service, tfc
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet.
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
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Phone 227-2011. Across from the
Post Office.
LET US SHOW YOU our beautiful
line of Christmas cards. Stop by
The Star or call 227-3161.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-336d fo-
further information or write P. 0.
Eux 535.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0,
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 pm. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniel)
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
R. A. M--Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No: 56 R. A.
M, 2nd and 4th Mondays. Al visit
ing companions welcome.
Edgar L. Smith High Priest
Roy L. Burch, Secretary
THERE WILL BE a regular corn
munication of Port St Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.

ROBERT L. CREAMER, W. M.
H. L. BURGE, Sec.

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Blaze Starr Goes Nudist
Adult Art Show
Sat., Sun., Mon., Tues.
October 12, 13, 14, 15
Sophia Loren in
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Adult Art Show
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Story" Movie

At High School
"The Tony Fontane Story" is the
unbelievable, yet true story of one
of the world's greatest singers. The
purpose of this 80-minute, color
production is to dramatically pre-
sent Tony Fontane's personal tes-
timony, showing to teen-agers and
adults alike that the answer to life
and the hereafter is found only in
the person of Jesus Christ.
As a tenor singing star, he at-
tained international success ap-
pearing in the world's most fam-
ous. night clubs and theatres. Tony's
wife, the former Kerry Vaughn,
was a professional actress when
she and Tony were married 12
years ago. An automobile crash
brought Tony, Kerry and their
daughter, Char'ae, to a knowledge
of Jesus Christ. For their new-
found Lord, they left their lucra-
tive careers to enter full-time
Christian work.
RCA Victor has recorded a sou-
venir album of the songs used in
t hi s motion picture, entitled,
"Songs From The Tony Fontane
Story". The linear on the back cov-
er of the album was written by
Dr. Billy Graham.
It took two and a half years in
organization and preparation for
the tremendous task of capturing
on motion picture the potential im-
pact of this story.
Tony Fontane is at present a re-
ligious recording artist for' RCA
Victor while appearing in Christian
concerts across the world.
Through special arrangements by
the Young People's Department of
Faith Bible Church, this film will
be seen at the High School Audi-
torium Saturday night, October 12
at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to
attend, and there will be no admis-
sion charge. A nursery will be pro-
vided. \.

BOWLING NEWS
INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE
The superb bowling of Fead Eth-
ridge enabled the Paper Mill to
bump Maintenance for three points.
Fead got enough help from Lee
Taylor to cover a poor showing
from Ralph "Choke" Moss and Bill
"excuse" Whaley. Tom "anchor
man" Thornton, almost bowled his
weight in the last match.
Rod Jensen and Daryl Collier
hung on to salvage one game for
Maintenance. Arch Floyd and Ed
Wynn also had a hand in helping
to save Maintenance from a shut-
ouat.
The first place Laboratory tried
to give second place Meter Shop
their possession of first place. Me-
ter Shop said "no, thank you"
when they divided their match.
Goober "big gun" Dunlap did a
fine job of anchoring Laboratory
and Tom Parker came in at 450 to
help. /i f VA
Sonny Counts at 467 and Jay
Bouington at 460 was the best Me-
ter Shop could manage.
The Pulp Mill and Millwrights
also split their games.
Big Barney McCroan and little
Foy Adams teamed up to lead the
Millwrights.
The Pulp Mill hit their low for
the season in the second game
when they bowled a 691 game. Pulp
Mill was lucky to escape with a
split.

Tattler...
(Continued From Page 8)
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and customers. We have diligently
studied your wants and needs for
over 22 years. We are prepared to
serve you better and save you
more! If you haven't already tried
Boyles, will you give us a chance
to prove this statement? Thank you
and here's a closing tip: National
made-to-measure clothes are com-
ing through with a fine fit and
satisfied customers! And let us re-
mind you: We take 'em any size!
The last two men measured were
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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Jo*., Flori \
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and PubVlher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter 'roof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department,


High School

Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe High School
Monday, October 14
Pork with gravy, rice, green peas
with snaps, sliced tomato, carrot
and celery stick, school baked
buns, butter, jelly and milk.
Tuesday, October 15
Spaghetti and meat sauce, toma-
to and cheese wedge, buttered snap
beans, cole slaw, apricot pudding
with meringue, milk, bread and
butter.
Wednesday, October 16
Roast beef, mashed potatoes, tos-
sed green salad, 1,000 island dres-
sing, frozen butter beans, coconut
cake squares, milk, bread and but-
ter.
Thursday, October 17
Weenie winks, kidney bean cas-
serole, tomato and lettuce salad,
sliced peaches, fudge cake, milk,
bread and butter.
Friday, October 17
Tuna fish casserole with noo-
dles, sliced tomato, buttered corn,
baked sweet rolls, fruit jello, milk,
bread and butter.

Engineer Society

Ladies 'Night

George Austin, Research Ocean-
ographer of the Navy Mine Defense
Lab, will be the guest speaker at
a "Ladies Night" dinner meeting
of The Gulf Coast Chapter of the
Florida Engineering Society. The
meeting will be held at 7:00 .p.m
CST, Thursday, October 10, at the
Seven Seas Restaurant in Panama
City. Those interested in attending
are requested to contact John F.
Christensen, 6600 Broward CGurt,
Panama City.

Former Pastor, Rev. Lloyd
Tubb Dies In Virginia
Funeral services for Lloyd W.
Tubb, 63, pastor of the First Metho-
dist Church of Chipley, and a for-
mer pastor in Port St. Joe, who
died Friday at Fairfax Hospital,
Falls Church, Va., were held yes-
terday at 10:00 a.m. at Elba Me-
thodist Church in Elba, Ala. Bur-
ial was in Evergreen Cemetery at
Elba. The Men's Bible Class were
pallbearers, and the Revs. H. P.
Childs, Thomas Harris, and David
W. Carter officiater.
Rev. Mr. Tubb is survived by his
wife, Mrs. Evelyn Bryan Tubb,
Chipley; two sons, Loyd B. Tubb,
Arlington, Va. and Curtis Tubb,
Daytona Beach; a sister, Mrs. Ruck-
er Owens, Montvallo, Ala.; three
brothers, Walter Tubb, Centerville,
Ala.; Harlin Tubb, Brent, Ala.;






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Florida, under Aet of March 8, 1879.

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and Spurgeon Tubb, Agiberga, hope, Ala., Thomasville, Ala., and
Ala.; and one grandchild. Chipley.
Rev. Tubbs was in his third year He was a member of the confer-.
in Chipley. He entered the minis- ence board of missions and secre-
try in 1927 and served churches:in tary of the mission, Marianna dis-
Columbia, Ala., Port St. Joe, Fair- trict.


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No Extra Charge for Use of Room
We thank the people of Port St. Joe for past business that
make-possible this expenditure

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Announcement


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Company plans to issue its new directories the
week end of October 26, 1963.

The Telephone Company is placing a new
office in Wewahitchka, Florida in service at
this time and all of the telephone numbers in
:- the Wewahitchka Exchange will be changed
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10,1963


County Agent Says
AGENTS' CONFERENCE AND Agents meeting in Minneapolic,
MINNEAPOLIS N.A.C.A.A. Minnesota. While in attendance, I
MEETINGS applied myself to the study of
Well, your County Agent really learning ways to serve you better,
did have an enlightening experi- and I must say I' did gain extra
encr; attending the Florida Exten knowledge as to what is needed and
sicn Conference in Gainesville and expected of a County Agent 'n
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up some better ways to Sei'v. you
faster, and I learned about some
new demonstrations--to be put on
here for you in order to show
some better farming and home-
making practices.
Anytime and in any way I can
help you in a County Agent's ca-
pacity, I will welcome your call.
TWO DEMONSTRATIONS
Two demonstrations for you,
coming up here this winter, are:
(1) L. L. Lanier, Jr., will make an
introduction planting of about sev-
en plants which might become new,
usable honey plants for bee-keep-
ers. The seeds and plants were se-
cured from the Soil Conservation
Service in Arcadia. Junior will
plant these at his farm near Willis
Landing. -Ask him about these
plants.
(2) I secured seeds of seven new
pasture clovers from the U. S. De-
partment of Agriculture research
center at Beltsville, Md., and Mr.
Dave Gaskin will make this re-
search demonstration for us, to de-
termine which one or ones are
adaptable to our use on our soils
and in our climate. Contact Mr.
Gaskin next spring and take a look
with him to see the growth and
condition of these seeds.
DIXIE 18 CORN YIELD
James F. Rish, Jr., grew 69.8
bushels of Dixie 18 corn per acre
this year. Hugh Semmes, high
school Agriculture teacher, assist-
ed us in measuring the yield. We
are elated over this record corn
yield in our county. It can be done.
FERTILIZING SLASH PINES
Our 'research demonstrations of
fertilizing planted slash pines w:th


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ground rock phosphate and othtcr The State Cattlemen's Association
fertilizers, at Cypiess Creek, al meeting will be held in Orlando
ready shows spectacular growth af October 16, 17 and 18.
ter application of only 250 pounds BUILDING FAIR EXHIBIT
of this phosphate per acre. In bulk, L. L. Lanier, Jr., is assisting me
this material cosis only $6.00 per in building a 30-foot county exhibit
ton at Port Tampa. Barge-load iots for the North Florida Fair in Tal-
to Port St. Joe average per ton lahassee, to be held the last of this
freight cost of about 38c. month. We will display approxi-
The material can be applied on mately two barrels of bottled fan-
our land for a total spread cost of cy Tupelo Honey. Mrs. H. J. Brou-
about $2.50 per acre (less than the illette, county school arts director,
cost of seedlings), and a distribu- and some of our school classes
tor on a tractor can apply this as are working on art work for this
the seedlings or seeds are being exhibit. We are looking forward
planted. to showing creativeness, industry
Our Experiment Station people and productivity of Gulf County
have found, from our Cypress people and the honeybee.
Creek experiment, that by using OUTSTANDING FARM FAMILY
this treatment we get the acceler- Gulf County's Outstanding Farm
ated pine growth the first three or Family, E. C. Hardens, will be hon-
four years similar to planting in ored in Tallahassee on Friday and
an old field. I feel sure we have Saturday, November 1 and 2, at
something here which will enhance the fair by the Tallahassee Cham.
the total prosperity of our county. ber of Commerce, the Tallahassee
Ask Henry Maige, Forester, St. Joe Democrat, and the North Florida
Paper Co., to give you particulars Fair Association. The family will
on. this work. be given a nice banquet, quartered
ACTIVITY PERIODS comfortably, breakfasted in style,
ACTIVITY PERIODS and will witness interesting spe-
Activity periods will be set up cial programs. They will also tour
in our school program next week, Tallahassee, be escorted officially
and 4-H Club registration will be to the fair grounds and given op-
held one day during that week. It portunity to tour the entire fair
appears we will have a large en- without charge.
rollment this year. All boys and
girls are invited to join. Mrs. M. SUPERVISORS' ELECTION
H. Parramore, Tommy Roberts, Tupelo Soil Conservation District
Lewis' Jamerson and Marion Par- Board of Supervisors election is
rish will be adult leaders, being held today at Wewahitchka
CATTLEMEN'S MEETINGS city hall. If you are a county free-
The West Florida Cattlemen's holder, please vote today.
Association meets in Panama City FIRE ANT PROGRAM
Monday, October 14. The Associa- Look soon for news articles, ra-
tion's calf sale in Blountstown in dio newscasts, and TV newscasts
September was very successful, on Gulf County's fire ant control


program.
HOG CHOLERA PROGRAM
Our hog cholera eradication pro-
gram is off to a goo start. Citizens
are really cooperating in asking me
to vaccinate their hogs. (There are
really a lot of hogs in Gulf County!
Whew!!) We should be rid of this
most costly disease in three years,
it is believed.
PAT FOR OFFICIALS
I'd like, publicly, to add my com-
mendations to Wewahitchka city
officials for providing a good, clean
water supply for the city. Also, I
look with pride to the coming in-
stallation of the nucleus sewage
disposal system.
TO LAY PLANS
Gulf County Farm Bureau Board
of Directors will meet in "The Pea-
nut Hull" (Cubie and Liz's home)
on Saturday night, Oct. 12, to plan
the annual meeting and to look
for ways to cooperate in entertain-
ing the Florida Farm Bureau Con-
vention in Panama City in Novem-
ber. County directors are: President
Alfred Whitfield, 0. N. Griffin,
Kathryn Griffin, E. C. Harden, Sr.,
Marvin Pitts, L. L. Lanier, Jr.,
Florine Redfearn and Estelle Grif-
fin.
GO TO ASC CONVENTION
Last week, L. L. Lanier, Jr., ASC
County Committeeman and our
county office manager, Leslie Cobb,
attended the Florida ASC conven-


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son County Agricultural Center
each Tuesday night until mid-De-
cember.
iK
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank my many friends
for the cards, flowers and visits
and the prayers in my behalf while
in the hospital. Also, thanks to
Dr. Joe Hendrix and the Hospital
staff.
May God bless each and eve-y
one of you.
B. C. PRINCE


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Are Completed
The Gulf County Historical Com-
mission announced this week that
the plans for dedicating the Old
Fort Place and St. Joseph and lola
Railroad historic marker have been
completed.


Mrs. Ned Porter, chairman of
the Gulf County Commission stated
that the dedication ceremony will
take place at 3:30 p.m., CST at the
site of the marker just south of
Wewahitchka in Honeyville, on
Monday, October 14. According to
Mrs. Porter, the Fort Place was
erected as a place of protection
against the hostile indians in the
1930's by the Richards family. It


was the site of an indjA massacre
in which only Jehu Richards, of
those present, survived. Jehu Ceme-
tery, near Wewahitchka, was nam-
ed after Jehu Richards.
In addition to a very interesting
historical background, the major
importance of the Fort Place is its
value as the forerunner of the City
of Wewahitchka. The last remains
of the old log fort was destroyed


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla. ow News
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10,1963 BoWlIng News
during the depression era of the GULF COUNTY LADIES' LEAGUE
early 1930's when residents of We- The Lanes were scenes of action
wahitchka removed the remains to Friday night as the team standings
repair their homes in the present were changed around and Jo Fore-
city of Wewahitchka. Today, noth- zell took third high game for the
ing remains to be seen of the old league.
Fort Place. Florida National, Bank won three'
The road bed of the St. Joseph points allowing Raffield Fisheries
Only one. Lou Taylor paved the
& Iola Railroad passed the old fort way wit hher real fine 420 series.
within a quarter mile. The present This was her first 400 series. Con-
State Road 71 is built upon this gratulations, Lou! JoAnn Holland
old road bed and follows it for was next with a 390 series.
some 15 miles southward to White For Raffield's, Jo Ferrell bowl-
City. This railroad was noted as be- ed well with a 449 series. Her 174
ing the third in the State of Flor- game took third high game in the
ida, and at that time, the longest, league. Evelyn Murdock was next
It was the lifeblood of the old city with a 371 series.
of St. Joseph, connecting it with Comforter's team bowled well
the Apalachicola River at Iola, ap- with all three games in the 600's
proximately 28 miles distant, winning three points from St. Joe
---- Furniture. Maxine Jensen lead for
USE THE WANT ADS Comforter's with a 470 series. Elise


Rodgers was still going strong with
a 425 series.
Linda Akins was high for the St.
Joe Furniture with a 359 sereis.
Wynell Burke and Dora Langley
tied with a 353 series each. Sue
Moore, Maxine Jensen and Wynell
Burh,.- all picked up the 5-7 split.
Team Standings W L
Comforter's 11 9
Raffield's Fisheries -.---- 11 9
St. Joe Furniture .------- 10 10
Fla. National Bank ------8 12
CARD OF THANKS
Your prayers, every thought, vis-
its, flowers and cards meant much
to speed my recovery during my re-
cent illness. I am very grateful to
Dr. Wayne Hendrix and all the
nurses at the Port St. Joe hospital
for the care given me during my
stay there.
May joy, peace and His abiding
love be yours always.
OLA HARDEN


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meeting last Tuesday night. The
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Power Younge. Membership is by
invitation only.
At this meeting, rushee's are gvi-
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poses of Beta Sigma Phi.
Mrs. Carol Rish, president of thts
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Rushee's present were Mrs. Dot
Grossman and Mrs. Dot Koller. Mrs.
Dot Pippin served refreshments
during the social time.


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Georgia Grade "A" WHOLE


LB.


CUT UP, TRAY PACK 29c Ib.


MISSISSIPPI BRAND SLICED


B


LB.


CO


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FRESH PORK POUND

NECK BONES 15c

DUBUQUE'S PURE PORK SPICED 3 LB. CAN

LUNCH MEAT $1.49

FRESH PORK

Spare Ribs

LB. 4Sc


DUBUQUE'S "Best Money Can Buy" SLAB


BACON


LB.


a


Frozen Foods


Morton's
FROZEN MEAT PIES
Jitney Jungle
ICE MILK
Hi Acre 6 Oz. Cans
ORANGE JUICE


each 2
half gal. 4


3 cans


MAXWELL HOUSE Limit 1 With $5.00 Order or more

COFFEE
BAKERITE Limit 1 With $5.00 Order or More

SHORTENING


Daisy Fresh
OLEO
NEW-Limit 1 with $5.00 Order
NEW RINS 0 Reg. 32c
Bama
PEANUT BUTTER
Prestone
ANT I- FREEZE
Waldorf
TOILET TISSUE
Jitney Jungle Snack
POTATO CHIPS
Mayfield No. 303 Can
CREAM STYLE CORN
Thrifty Ben 24 Oz. Pkg.
BABY LIMAS
FAG RICE


2


LBS.


7


43c
3 LB. CAN

45c

29c


large package 21c


33c


gallon can $1.79


4 roll package


32c


twin pack 499c


2 cans


24 oz.
2 b.


ROBIN HOOD


pkg.
pkg.


23c
27c
27c


10 LB. BAG

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With This Coupon and Purchase of
Any Two Jars Bama
JELLY or PRESERVES
I 25 FREE
I Grand Prize Stamps
With This Coupon and Purchase of
2 Loaves Ideal
L BUTTERMILK BREAD
YELLOW RIPE


BANANAS
LB.
IOc
COBBLER
POTATOES
10 LBS.
39c
GREEN BOILING
PEANUTS
LB.:
19c
LARGE STALK
CELERY
2 LARGE STALKS
,25c


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