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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 24, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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MONEY TALKS-Let'sa keep
1 C it where we can speak with It
PER Y T H E ST. once in whle-Trd with
PER COP Y your home fewn merchantsfl

"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley" i
TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1963 NUMBER 6


Guide Lines Set




To Inspect Petition


TO RE-LOCATE COUNTY SEAT


County -Attorney David Carl
Gaskin presented, a list of "guide
lines" to be followed in ratify-
"rij a petition calling for an elec-
tion to move the county seat, to
the County Board Tuesday night.
Gaskin said that after consul-
tation with Donelson Jones, at-
torney for the petitioners, attor-
ney Mayo Johnson, representing
the opponents of the move who
call themselves the Little Tax-
payers, and the Attorney Gener-
al, the following guide lines for
ratifying the petition as proper
have been. laid out.
1. Have the Supervisor of Regis-
tration furnish a certified list of
the registered voters of Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida.
2. Have the Tax Collector furnish
to the County Commissioners a cer-
tified list of the 1962 taxpayers in
Gulf County.
3. Have the Clerk of Court take
a copy of the tax collector's list and
examine it to determine if there
are persons owning property on
which taxes are paid who are not
listed on the Tax Collector's rolls'
The County Commissioners,
themselves, -must then ascertain
that the names signed to the pe-
tition calling for the referendum
are valid when checked off as a

Funeral Services Held
For Mrs. P. H. Lisenby
Funeral services for Mrs. Purlieu
Harrison Lisenby, age 86, of Pan-
.,ama City, who died Monday, were
held Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. "in
the Southerland Funeral Home
Chapel, with the Rev. David Hewett
conducting. 'V
Burial was in Dothan City Ceme-
tery.
Active pallbearers were Carl
Guilford, Ernest Spiva, Jr., Jerry
Harrison, Karl Wiselogel,.Bill Wise-
logel and Donald Acton.
Mrs. Lisenby is survived by
three daughters: Mrs. Henry A.
Campbell, Port St. Joe, Mrs. Ernest
Spiva, Sr., Panama City, Mrs. Karl
Wiselogel, Panama City; one son,
Wallace Harrison of Pensacola; 10
grandchildren, 13 great grandchil-
dren and one brother, Rev. J. C.
Alexander.


tax-paying registered voter. The
Board must then count the tax-pay-
ing registered voters, divide the
number by three and decide whe-
ther the petitioners number one-
third of the tax-paying registered
voters.
If the petition meets these tests,
then the Commission must call for
the referendum.
Attorney Donelson Jones pre-
sented the County Board with an
additional 274 names to be ad-
ded to the petition making a to-
tal of 794 of the estimated 1,300
tax-paying registered voters in
Gulf County, calling for the ref-
erendum to decide whether or
not to move the county seat.


High School PTA To
Hear Speaker Tonight
The Port St. Joe High School
PTA will meet tonight at 8:00 p.m.
in the High School Auditorium.
Guest speaker for the meeting
will be Byron McKissick of Frank-
lin County. McKissack was instru-
mental in laying out the state pro-
gram of teaching Communism vs
Americanism, now taught in all
Florida schools.
McKissack has traveled extensive-
ly through the South and mid-west
concerning this subject and will
tell listeners why and how Com-
munism vs Americanism is being
taught in Florida schools and what
the results of this course is expect-
ed to be.


Another big audience was on ley pointed out that a referendum
hand at the City Commission meet- would be unnecessary since the
ing Tuesday night to discuss the "blue law" was unconstitutional to
opening of a 7-day a week food begin with.
store in Port St. Joe. begin with.


Objections to the ntew store are
stemming from the open Sunday
feature and the fact that the new
store will handle packaged beer.
This question was brought up on
the Commission meeting of October
8, but the Commission postponed
any action on, a request to refuse
the store permission to open, until
advice from the Cilty .Attorney
could be had. -
Some members of the opponents
to the store desired to have a law
passed prohibiting- any business
froi -opening its doors on Sunday.
Attorney Costin advised the
Board that so-called "blue laws"
had been ruled unconstitutional by
the Supreme Court and the city
could not enforce such a law if it
were passed.
Commissioner Coldewey asked
that if such a law could be passed,
wouldn't it also close down the in-
dustry in Port St. Joe on Sunday.
Costin said that it would.
Commissioner Wade Barrier, Jr.,
seemed to favor a referendum on
the matter, but Commissioner Ned-


It was asked if the sale of beer
privileges couldn't be denied the
establishment. It was pointed out
to the group that the city had no
authority over the granting of beer
licenses, that it was done by the
state of Florida, and that there was
no limit as to the number that
could be obtained for the city. It
was pointed out that the city could
and did prohibit the sale of beer
on Sunday.
With these observations being
made, it is assumed that the City
will grant a building permit for
the market and a license to do busi-
ness when it is applied for.

Leo Kennedy Undergoes
Treatment 'In Atlanta
Gulf County Commissioner Leo
Kennedy is in the Emory Hospital,
Atlanta, Georgia, for a series of
treatments. Kennedy's illness is
said to be of a serious nature and
he will be undergoing treatments
for a few weeks.


Sharks Gain First Victory


* ..


The first win of the season came
* *T to the Sharks last Friday night
with an easy 32-0 victory against
SNiceville at the Sharks annual
homecoming event.
The Sharks had a frustrating


MAKE THAT POINTI Halfback David Babbit is shown above scoot-
ing for the goal line with a punt return in Friday night's game.
He made the trip safely and added six points to the Sharks 32.


first quarter, scoring two touch-
downs and having both of them
ruled out because of penalties. But
in the second quarter, they finally
made one stick and went on for a
pretty wild scoring binge.'
Tommy Sisk scored the first TD
that counted in the second quarter
after Al Cathey had set it up with
a 33 yard pass to Jimmy Goodman
to the Niceville 11. Sisk scored.
from there. Al Cathey scored the
second TD on a 5-yard keeper play
and the third TD in this quarter
was a beautiful pass play from
Cathey to Emory Burleson.
The Sharks went into the third
quarter with a 19-0 lead, and Sisk
quickly altered the score with a
10 yard dash for a TD. David Bab-
bit ended the scoring for the
Sharks when he gathered ini a
Niceville punt and dashed untouch-
ed for a 52 yard TD.
To Chipley Tomorrow
Friday night the Sharks travel to
Chipley for a game with the Ti-
gers. Chipley has been enjoying a
good season so far this year, hav-
ing lost only one game thus far.
And with the Tigers observing
their homecoming, they will be out
to add the Sharks to their list of
wins.
The YARDSTIPIC
St. Joe Nice.
First Downs ---------16 6
Yards Rushing --------266 74
Yards Passing -------- 77 20
Passes 4-8 1-10
Yards Penalized -------140 0
Fumbler 1 1


City Petitions

County To

Resurface Marvin
A resolution from the City of
Port St. Joe presented a resolution
to the County Board Tuesday night
requesting that Marvin Avenue be
resurfaced from Sixth to Sixteenth
Streets. A resolution sent the State
Road Department called for resur-
facing of the street from 10th to
16th Street.
The Board agreed to amend their
resolution including the extra
blocks of Marvin Avenue in resur-
facing requests and also Sixth
Street from Garrison to Marvin
Avenue.
The Board also sent a resolution
to the SRD requesting they be sent
a copy of plans and specifications
of streets to be built in Gulf Coun-
ty prior to letting bids. The Board
hopes to prevent newly built streets
under the secondary program from
breaking up so soon, due to inade-
quate specifications in building.


Bicycle Rodeo Set

For November
A bicycle safety committee of
the Port St. Joe Junior Chamber
of Commerce will conduct the an-
nual Bicycle Rodeo Program in No-
vember.
Children attending the St. Joe
Elementary School will meet and
be tested at the 'Elementary School
o(n Saturday, Noveca:r 20, begin.
ning at 9 a.m. Thoac attending the
Highland View Elementary School
will meet and be tested on Satur
day, November 9, beginning at
9 a.m., at the Highland View Ele-
mentary School.
The rodeo program features a
driving course to test a rider's skill
in maneuverability and knowledge
of safe bicycling practices. The
Jaycees also will offer free safety
inspections and mark bicycles with
reflective tape for night riding
safety.
The Port St. Joe Bicycle Rodeo
will be part of a nation-wide safe-
ty program conducted this year by
the U. S. Junior Chamber of Com-
merce to reduce the number of
children annually killed and in-
jured in bicycle accidents.


Shark Boosters

Have 100 Members
Shark Boosters president, Jake
Mouchette announced this week
that membership in the organiza-
tion had passed the 100 mark with
still more members being signed
up every day. Mouchette said, 'The
interest seems to be growing day
by day in boosting our athletic
teams".
The Boosters will meet Friday
morning for breakfast in the up-
stairs dining room of the Motel St.
Joe beginning at 6:30 a.m.
In addition to the breakfast and
business session a film of the Chip-
ley-Crestview football game of last
Friday will be shown. Chipley is
the Shark's opponents tomorrow
night
All members, prospective mem-
bers and others interested in ath-
letics are urged to attend.


County Purchases

Cement Spreader
The Gulf County Commission op-
ened bids on a cement spreader
Tuesday night, to aid in their soil
cement road work program.
Low bidder on the piece of ma-
chinery was the Leary and Owens
Equipment Company of Birming-
ham, which bid $3.398. The com-
pany offered a 2% discount on the
equipment if paid for in 10 days.
The only other bidder was Joe
Money Machinery Co., of Mont-
goinery which bid $3,500.


Governor Bryant

To Be Guest At

City Celebration
It was announced this week tha
Governor Farris Bryant will be ii
Port St. Joe on Saturday, Decem
ber 7, to help observe "Constitu
tion Day" in Port St. Joe. This i
the anniversary of the signing o:
Florida's first constitution in oh
St. Joseph 125 years ago.
It is also the observance of th<
golden anniversary of the charter
of modern Port St. Joe, which wa,
granted in 1913.
December 7 promises to be quit(
a day in Port St. Joe, since thi,
will also be the day of the annual
Christmas Parade in Port St. Joe.
The parade this year will agair
be sponsored by the Port St. Joe
Jaycees. They are currently lining
up floats to be entered in the par-
ade. Anyone desiring to enter a
float should contact Jake. Koller,
parade chairman, at phone 227-
7241.
Following the parade a big free
fish dinner, prepared free for an
estimated 7,500 people will be ser-
ved at the Centennial Building. Af-
ter lunch, Governor Bryant will
speak.
A host of other activities are al-
so being lined up for this special
day.


High School Honor

Roll Students
Wayne Saunders, principal of the
Port St. Joe High School announces
the following honor roll for the
first six week's period of work.
ALL 'A' HONOR ROLL
8th, GRADE-Becky Hendrix.
10th GRADE-Jake Belin and Ca-
therine Ramsey.
1lthi GRADE-Waysau" Braxt3.,
Bob Antley and Wanda Odum
'A' and 'B' HONOR ROLL
7th GRADE-Donald Butler, Deb-
bie Lay, Leo Kennedy, Tim Griffin,
Dianne Dawson, Gail Powell, Lin
da Maxine Combs, Lovonia McMul-
lon, John Edwin Lewis, Larry
Snellgrove, James White, Cassan-
dra Fendly, Pauline McLendon,
Donna Parker and Shirley Tharpe.
8th GRADE-Pepper Brunner,
Joy Ferrell, Sharon Davis, Jennifer
Braxton, Jackie Evans, Mary Ellen
Iharpe, Brenda Faison, Joann Ha-
ney, Dorothy Sutton, Joe Hendrix,
Margaret Fendley and Larry Cox.
9th GRADE-Carl Neel, Randy
Armstrong, Andrew Lewis, Ray-
nond Jernigan, Rainey Fendley,
Gelda Gilbert, Phyllis Myles, Cher-
ry White, and Muriel Everton.
10th GRADE-Barbara Lewis,
Dennis Dawson, Robin Downs,
racque Price, Sue Odum, Karen
Stripling, Pat White, Bill Antley,
Sherry White and Betty Tomlin-
son.
11th GRADE-Francis Ruckman,
David Babbit, Marie Rhames, Nor-
ta Peterson, Carolyn Peak, Linda
Lester, Sandy Lee, David Hender-
son, Sandra Clark, Celia Creech,
Paula Lovett, Larry Parker, Pete
Fox, Wanda Segers, Phyllis Smith,
and Fran Gunn.
12th GRADE-Sandra Bass, San-
Ira Baxley, Emory Burleson, Ka-
trina Farris, Henry Lilius, June
IcKenzie, Myron Merritt, Elsie
Newsome, Patsy Patterson, Kath-
een Smith, Gail Anderson, Kitty
Tones, George Gainnie, David Roche
and Annette Miley.


Coast Guard Gives

OK for Park Road
The U. S. Coast Guard presented
he Gulf County Commission with
permission to build a road across
heir property on St. Joseph's Point
or access to the new proposed St.
oseph's Point State Park.
The granting of right of way is
he first step toward constructing
an access road to the park which
will probably have construction
underway around the first of the
year.

Robert E. King Gains
Re-Appointment To Group


Hallowe'en Carny



Set For Saturday

Kick-off time for the annual P.-T. A. Hallowe'en Carni-
val is 3:00 P.M. Saturday, October 26. Festivities will begin
with a parade down Reid Avenue of all the children in co2-
tume, led by the Port St. Joe High School Band. The par-
ade will end at the City Park, where the carnival booths will
be set up. Formation of the parade will be behind the cha-
teau on Reid Avenue at 2:30 P.M.


Noted Layman

To Speak At

St. James Church
Charles B. Norton, Assistant Co-
ordinator for the Florida National
Group of Banks in Florida, will be
a visitor in Port St. Joe next week.
Mr. Norton will, during his visit,
address St. James Annual Steward-
ship Meeting on Wednesday eve-
ning at 7:00, p.m., in the P':ish
House where the members' a Z
their friends dine together at a cov-
ered dish dinner.
An outstanding Layman of the
Episcopal Church and member of
the Vestry of St. Marks in Jackson-
ville, Mr. Norton and Mrs. Norton,
who will accompany him, are ac-
tive in numerous civic affairs. Mr.
Norton has been affiliated with the
Florida National Group since 1934
and is Chairman of the Board of
Directors of the Florida National
Bank at Fernandina Beach and an
officer and director of the banks
at Madison, Bushnell and Lake
Shore in Jacksonville.
He is Chairman of the Finance
Committee of the Girl Scouts of
America and a member of the Ex-
ecutive Board of the Boy Scouts
of America. Other civic responsi-
bilities in which he is engaged in-
clude vice-preisdent of the United
Community Services; chairman of


Three prizes will be awarded to
the best Hallowe'en costumes: first
pr.ize. $25.00, donated by Florida
National Bank; second prize, $10.00
donated by Citizens Federal Sav-
ings & Loan Association and third
prize, $5.00, donated by the Port
St. Joe Jaycees. The Elementary
School PTA will give a $5.00 prize
to the best decorated bicycle in
the parade.
Many booths will center around
activities and prizes for the young-
sters, however, several skill games
have been planned for the enjoy-
ment of adults.
Plan to have your family supper
at the carnival, as there will be
booths serving hot dogs, hambur-
gers, oysters on the half shell, cake,
coffee, soft drinks, pop corn, snow
balls, etc.
Baby sitting facilities will be pro-
vided at the small charge of 25c
per hour for pre-school age chil-
dren. This will make it possible
for the adults to have a little fun
after the youngsters have had
theirs. It also is an aid to the mo-
thers who will be working short
shifts in the various booths.
The carnival committee is plan-
ning the best carnival ever, so plan
to come on down with the family
for an afternoon of fun. All-pro-
ceeds go to the Elementary School
PTA and this is a good way in
which to show your support of this
orga ization.

Organization Meet Tonight
The Cub Scouts will have an or-
ganization meeting tonight at 7:30
p.m. in the Stac House, according
to Dave May, Rotary Club institu-
tional representative. The Rotary
Club is sponsor of the Cubs.
The meeting will be open for
boys 8 through 10 and their par-
ents. Boys who wish to sign up for
the Cub Scouts must be accompan-
ied4y their parents.

the Community Planning Board;
past president of the Family Con-
sultation Service and former trea-
surer of the Civitan Club of Jack-
sonville.
As in the past, the people of St.
James' cordially invite all inter-
ested persons to join them on this
occasion. A nursery will be pro-
vided.


TALLAHASSEE- Secretary of g.glt C r .'
State Tom Adams today announced QUEEN CROWNED- -'i .111I .1i.i,. F[.:.:.Hill [:ipj n imy an-
the re-commissioning of Robert E. nie is shown crowning Miss Sue Parker "Homecoming Queen" for
King, of Port St. Joe as Commis- 1963 at halftime ceremonies last Friday night. Waiting for the
sioner, Port St. Joe Port Authority, ceremony to be concluded is Bruce May, crown bearer and Pam
Gulf County. Parker, flower bearer. (* photo)


Council Says 7-Day Food Store


May Operate In Port St. Joe
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Pharmacy License 1 ,, .
Edward Smith, son of Mr. and '
Mrs. John Robert Smith, received
'word this week that he had neen i
licensed to practice pharmacy by
the states of Alabama and Florida.
Smith took his exams last week


and was notified Saturday that ne
had been approved to practice by
the state of Florida and on Tues-
day by the state of Alabama.
Smith graduated last fall from
Auburn University.
He is working with his father in
the Smith Pharmacy.


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*, The chairman called for a report
-'3S : CORimission HearS Report on the scrap book project. It was'
reported that the Committee has
S" W rks Once located Here not decided on what type scrap
O c LL'.t H- book to purchase. After discussion
The Gulf County Historical Corn- knew where three old salt works there was a motion by Mr. Rish,
r ss'cn mnt October 14 after the were located on St. Joseph's Bay I secondedtby Mr. Stone and duly,
1-.... -! .. thc historical marker Mr. Jesse V. Stone told of visiting carried, that Mr. Smith and Mr.
S'h2 Wewahitchka the Salt Works site and then dis-IHowell be authorized to purchase
; .... s .cctor's Room for played an over-sized brick that was the necessary material to set up
i:.mnthly meeting. used in the works. After much dis- the scrap book program.
th informed the cussion, there was a motion by Mr. The chairman called for a report
.. it inoimed the Stone, seconded by Mrs. -Brison on the Show Case that the Com-
c has received the and duly carried that the Board:of mission has voted to purchase. Mr.
r.- crcf r, r.ccd of the census of County Commissioners of Gulf Gaskin reported that the Commit-,
j 13 He th2n gave: County be requested to secure the tee cannot decide on just what type:
: r::.-c.t on the Old Salt Works at land at the Old Salt Works site n showcase to have constructed. Af-
!h h, of St. Joseph's Bay; that the head of St. Joseph's Bay yand ter discussion, the chairman told
the ste? has b2en located and a stu- that a marker be placed there atl.the Commission that she wanted to
i u? its history. Mrs. Zola a later date. use the show case in connection!
Maddo:: b2,ng p sent told that she with the celebration of the 125th
., i -1 11- ....9Anniversary of the framing of.
Florida's first Constitution in Port!
B Raa St. Joe and the 50th Anniversaryi
I of incorporation of the City of Port
i M IISt. Joe.
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SUpsilon Feted
-. With Supper
Members of Eta Upsilon Chapter
Musselwhites Observe 25th Anniversary of BetaSigma Phi entertained Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mussel- ed during the appointed hours. urday night, October 19 with a pro-
white were honored October 15 The Musselwhites, who have gressive supper for husbands
on their 25th wedding anniver. been residents of Port St. Joe for The progression began at Sara
sary, with a reception at the the past 20 years, will be leav- and Ed Peters home at 8:00 p.m.
home of Mr. and Mrs. James Wil- ing sometime in November to Appetizers were enjoyed here.
son, 802 Garrison Avenue. Host- make their home in Nashville From there the group traveled to
esses assisting the Wilsons on Tenn. the home of Greta and Bob Free-
this occasion were Mrs. W. 0. They have two children, Mrs man. The party rooms were filled
Nichols, Mrs. Ralph Narnce, and Donald Laird, Auburn, Ala., and with the air of autumn and Hal-
Mrs. Joseph McLeod. )David Ray Musselwhite, Starke. lowe'en. The mair course was ser-
Approximately 50 guests call- ville, Miss. ved here, buffet style, and consist-
ed of roast beef, creamed potatoes,
nIe creamed asparagus, fordhook lima
Mrs. Smith Hostess Lula Rawls Circle beans, relishes of al sorts and hot
Clrolls.
To W MU Circle 4 Meets At Church The dessert was next and for this
final course, the group went to
Circle No. 4 of the First Bap- The Lula Rawls Circle of the Wo-: the home of June and Wayne Gay.
tist Church met Monday, October man's Society of Christian Service Delicious pumpkin pies and coffee
21 with Mrs. Myrtice Smith for the imet Monday night in the home of were enjoyed here. Afterwards, all
SMrs. Walter Johnson on 7th Street enjoyed chatting and dancing. The
first circle eating of the 1963-64 with 10 members and three visitors food and fun was enjoyed by 16
church year. present. ples attending.
Mrs. Stevens opened with prayer. Mrs. George Suber, circle chair- "w:
Mrs. Keels, chairman, read scrip- man, opened the meeting. Prayer. -
ture fo car :29n Mr. Pi-was said in unison. Mrs. Norton ..
Program ch,, n, Mrs. Prid- .b'n and M-s. Ivy Williams _
geon assisted by Mrs. Chafin, brot -av- th -levotfonal. Scripture read-
-., :' rogram of the life inr.. was from John 14 verses 1-12
of Grace McBride, a- a missionary The meeting was then turned ov
.s e to China. er to the program chairman: Mrs.
alli. Perr';tt. He--r tr c of dc,'- .'
Other business of the day was .. T-h "- '- ... .. :, f i
S." :u ..v ciosLe.d the Christian Service in Southern Asia.
meeting with prayer. Quiet Day is to be observed on
The hostess served pie and spiced October 28 at the church. Bring a
tea to the eight members present. covered dish and stay for lunch. ,. -
-- .. The meeting was dismissed with
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The hostess served delicious re- .''", .
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f'il aifts for the kitchen.
The guest list included a small
group of close friends.
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Rim Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, October 28
Lima beans ,boiled franks, tur-
npn greens, carrot sticks, apricots,
corn bread and butter and milk.
Ties.4pv. October 29
Porlk goulash, white acre peas,
ScqI-.'. sliced peaches, hot bis-
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Thursday, October 31
Cubed steaks, buttered potatoes,
snap beans, tossed salad, fruit cup,
white bread and butter and milk.
Friday, November 1
Fish sticks, English peas, cab-
bage, carrot and raisin salad, can-
died sweet potatoes, white bread
and butter and milk.


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in the Mediterranean for seven
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Met Weunesuay
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
White City Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment met on Wednesday in the
home of Mrs. Harold Chafin. The
meeting was opened by the group
repeating the Lord's Prayer. The,
main business at this meeting was
.the discussion of ways to make
money in order to complete the
project of refinishing the commun-
ity building. The group will be sell-
ing Marion Kay Products as soon
as the shipment arrives. Also the
Auxiliary planned a "bake Sale"
on November 1, at 10:00 o'clock in
front of the Lawson Rooming
,TH-T, e on Reid Avenue. For sale
will be homemade cakes, pies and
candy. Everyone is cordially in-
vited to stop by and take your pick.
The Auxiliary would also like to
take this opportunity to invite each
Slady in White City to visit with
I them in the home of Mrs. Raymond
'Hightower on Wednesday, Novem-
ber 6 at 10:00 a.m. and join the
Auxiliary.
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Sade-,,of galy ctumod children t 0 Boy1es,-Campbell's Drugs,,Wiley's
,h is .-the..school. The PTA wishes to -Supply, Webb's 5c & 1Oc, Hurilbut
Is- -- ; --S. thank the band for itspcolorful par- Furniiture, Carp's, Ed's Florist, St. ,
ii sS c K-ticipation. : J. oe Hardware, Smith's Pharmacy, G Cio'U
Roche's Furniture, Kennedy Elec-
Tip..Highland View Carnival was The PTA also gives a hearty vote trick, Ruckman's Shoe Repair, Coop-
-oCA atrjb-ment Stoe oesteprnAu o, -en ts
a hijbf. success. A large crowd en- of thanks to the following mer- er's Barber Shop, Costin's Depart- N .
joy.e all the many concessions, chants for their generous contribu- ment Store, Western Auto, Dan- g e A OClL S Nt
The'High School band led a par- tions to the bingo game. ley's, Pixie Shop, Prince & Prin-
*I I____________ -____ cess, Port Theatre, Christo's 5c By Cubie Laird
and 10c, St. Joe Radio & TV, Ned-
ADiRNA TV and RADIO ley's Florist, St. Joe Furniture, Last Thursday Hugh Semmes,
A N L 'TIV a n d RADMurdock's Radio & TV, Buzzett's Vocational Agriculture Teacher at from Wewahitchka were elected
Phone 229-8611 181 Bellamy Circle Drug Store, Thames Jewelry, Lil- Wewahitchka High School, and Supervisors on the Board of Tupe-
ius Jewelry, Surplus Sales, Gover- Lewis Jamerson, Forester, I.P.C., is comprinsedrvation D lstf ctwhch
TELEVISION and RADIO REPAIRS nor Motel, Prows Used Auto Parts, is comprised of the Gulf County
Cathey's Mexico Beach Shopping land area. This Board assists far-
Center, Bud Owens' Store, A & P, McCormick's Service Station, W. H. mers, and others in generally plan-
VICE CHARGE ----------- McCormick's Red & White, Rich's Week's Store, Wonder Bar, Pure ning for the conservation and bet-
SSuper Market, DeLuxe Cleaners, Oil Service Station. terment of our soil and water re-
sources here. These two men are
excellent men for the job being
trained well in this type of endea-
vor we are proud to have them as
Supervisors. Congratulations to .i
these men. The vote was heavier if
: than usual and this we really ap- fr
Sr preciate. We thank 0. N. GriffinW
and Mrs. Leona O'Neil for holding
the polls.
Sign Up now for or


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Tubeless Tubeless
Blackwall Blackwall
*Plus tax and *Plus tax and
trade-in tireI trade-in tire
W off your car R off your car
..0 'Tubeless Blackwalls $12* 7 ,Tubeless Blackwalls $16*
WHITEWALLS $2 MORE WHITEWALLS s3 MORE


Fire Ant Spray
Everyone who is pestered by the
fire ants, please hurry and sign up
with Mrs. Rish, County Supervisor
of Registration at the Courthouse,
so we can make an effective spray-
ing before cold weather drives the
ants into inactivity (spraying them
will not kill them, and we'd have to
wait for warm weather again.)
At the time of writing the last
County Agent's notes, I did not
know that another of our newly-
elected county ASC Committee-
E. C. Harden, Jr., attended the AS-
CS Convention in Jacksonville last


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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Flori l
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and PubZwher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter 'rfg
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department


DIAL 227-3161


POSTOFFICE BOx 30?


Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Po
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.

SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3A0 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS

TO ADVERTISERS-iJn case of error or omissions in advertisements, the
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received
advertisement.


HE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1963
their mother is an officially vac-
nated sow, they may be moved
'om place to place. The vaccine
would not be effective on them. Fat
ogs going directly to slaughter
ay be moved to slaughter houses
r livestock sales for sale.

)iane Gilbert Is

Studying Fashions
TALLAHASSEE While Talla-
.ssee is just getting the first feel
fall, 21 Florida State University
-eds majoring in fashion mer-
andising will be getting a pre-
ew of the latest fashions for
ring in a 10-day tour of New
work's merchandising centers.
Under the supervision of Dr.
isabeth Shannon of the Depart-


week. E. C. did not go with the ment of Clothing and Textiles, the,
others from here but went on the group will go by plane on Tuesday,
following day. We appreciate E. Oct. 29 for Newark, N. J., where
C.'s interest and effort and wel- they will begin their exploration of
come him on the county committee, the fashion world.
Unweaned pigs are not vaccin- Among the students attending
ated for Hog Cholera Prevention is Diane Gilbert of Port St. Joe.

You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .... 9:45 a.m.
MORNING ; WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYEI-, MEETING (Wednesday) ........ 7:30, p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Co-aittoned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV THOMAS I HARRIS, 0.0.. Minlster


Church School 9:45
Morning Worship 11:00
Bibye Study (Wednesday) 7:30
Methodist Youth Fellowship ..........-- 6:00
Evening Worship 7:30


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AF Recruiter

TO Visit City
T-Sgt. R. E. Williams, local Air
Force recruiter announced that he
will visit the Port St. Joe Post Of-
fice each Monday at 2:00 p.m. to
counsel and interview young men
and young women of the area who
might be interested in the United
States Air Force.


.


CAREFREE DRIVING
starts at the

N-A-P'A SIGN
If you drive a car for pleas-
ure, or a truck for business,
look for the NAPA Sign...
see your service-repair shop
BEFORE trouble starts.
He's a professional who
uses NAPA Parts to keep
vehicles of all makes, models
and ages running smoothly.
Parts that bear the NAPA -
Seal are of such excellence
that you'll find them where
there's a trained mechanic
competent to use them.
Assure the success of your
trip. Stop and check at the
NAPA Sign today!

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311 Williams Avenue


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materials for the encountered in everyday pas-
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Replacements prorated on tread wear and based
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH


Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.


C. Byron Smith, Paster


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MID-WEEK SERVICE (Wednesday) .... 7:30
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Ic SALE


10 DAYS ONLY
for the price of
2 Plus a Penny U

Buzzett's Drug Store
Drive-In Window Service
Free Parking
317 Williams Ave.


FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room apart. Phone 227-7761. tfc
FOR RENT: 2wo furnished apart-
ments. Phone 227-5426, John
Scott. tfc-9-19
FOR RENT: House with business
space attached, furnished or un-
furnished. Ph. 229-1361. tfc-9-19
FOR RENT: T*o bedroom house,
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 St. Also
2 bedroom unfurnisheO apt. Call
227-5111 or call by Smith's Phar-
macy. tfc
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Call 227-7636 after 5:00 p.m. Ar-
nold Daniell. tfc-9-12
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 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
227-4721. 4tp-10-10


Sharpening
Shears Lawn Mowers
Saws Knives Scissors
"Anything that cuts"

Ray L. Brant
1805 Garrison Ave.
Phone 227-7091


NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida
will receive sealed bids from any
person, company, or corporation in-
terested in selling the County the
following described personal pro-
perty:
1. Slag, Florida State Road De-
partment Number 11 (13,375 cu.
ft.) 468.13 Tons.
2. Slag, Florida State Road De-
partment Number 15, (7,269 cu.
ft.) 254.42 Tons.
(a) Material specifications are as
follows:
The slag shall consist of clean,
tough, durable pieces of air-cooled,
blast-furnace slag; reasonably uni-
form in density and quality. It
shall not contain more than 1.5 per
cent sulphur. The dry-rodded unit
weight shall be not less than 70
pounds per cubic foot. When sub-
jected to the Los Angeles Abrasion
Test, the loss shall not exceed 40
per cent.
(b) Materials shall be delivered
F.O.B. Railroad cars, Port St. Joe,
Florida. First delivery will be ac-
cepted as specified and scheduled
by Gulf County Road Superinten-
dent.
(c)" All bids must be sealed and
addressed to "Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Gulf County, Wewahitchka,
Florida." Each envelope must be
plainly marked on the OUTSIDE,
"Slag Bid-Transfer-Harden-Les-
ter Roads", Project 66-3-4, 5, and
6. (Total length 2.36 Miles 29,075
sq. yds., 21 feet wide.)
Bids will be received until No-
vember 4, 1963, 10:00 A.M. Central-
Standard time at the office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court, Wewahitch-
ka, Florida.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County, Florida.
By: A. J. STRICKLAND, Chmn.

NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
The Board of County: Commis-
sioners of Gulf County will receive
sealed bids from any person, com-
pany, or corporation interested in
selling the County the following
described personal, property:
1. Cationic Emulsified Asphalt,
grade S.M.K., 130,737 gallons.
2. RC-1S Cutback Asphalt, 5,815
gallons.
3. RS 2 Asphalt, 17,445 gallons.
.(a), The material to meet Florida
State Road Department standard


FOR SALE: Two bedroom house.
1308 Long Ave., with garage and
large utility room. Call or contact
Grady Player after 5:00 p.m. 227-
3636. tfc-9-19
FOR SALE by owner. 3 bedroom
house, $500 down total cash. $72
mo pmt. See by appointment. Ph.
229-2338. tfc-9-26
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, 1305
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: 3 bedroom house. Lo-
cated on 2 corner lots. Ideal lo-
cation for schools, Well landscaped.
Located 301 16th St. Call 648-4735.
FOR SALE: 2 pick-up trucks, Y% ton
and % ton. Make offer. Both in
good conditions 906 10th Street. 2p


FOR SALE
2 bedroom house with garage,
situated on corner lot 112%x165,
801 16th St. Large living room with
fireplace, separate dining room
and large den. Also has one bed-
room cottage attached to garage.
Priced for quick sale.
3 bedroo house situated on two
lots, each lot 60x150, 1025 Mc-
Clellan Ave.
2 story house, located at Beacon
Hill. Upstairs, 4 bedrooms and a
bath. Downstairs, remodeled large
living room, dining room and kit-
chen. Also new well. $5,150.00.
2 bedroom house at Highland
View. Small down payment, low
monthly payments.
For these and other real estate
items contact:
MRS. JEAN ARNOLD
THE PRIDGEON AGENCY
301 Williams Av. Phone 7-7741
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on
Marvin Ave. (high side). Well es-
tablished lawn and shrubs. Has


specifications. Board of County Commissioners
(b) Materials to be delivered in Gulf County, Florida
tank trucks F.O.B. job site, Wewa- I By: A. J. STRICKLAND, Chmn.
hitchka, Florida, in accordance -- -
with delivery schedule to be fur- i
nished by Gulf County Road Sup- NOTICE TO BID
erintendent. BID NO. 11
(c) All bids must be sealed and The City of Port St. Joe, Florida
addressed to, "Clerk of Circuit will receive Sealed Bids not later
Court, Gulf County, Wewahitchka, than 5:00 P.M., Tuesday, November
Florida". Each envelope must be 19, 1963 for the following equip-
plainly marked on the OUTSIDE, ment.
"Asphalt Bid-Transfer-Harden- Al. Two (2) 2 Ton Cab and Chas-
Lester Roads". Project 66-3-4, 5, sis with 8X12 dump body.
and 6. (Total length 2.36 miles- Specifications for New 1964
29,075 sq. yds., 21 feet wide.) Models, 2 Ton Cab & Chassis
(d) Quantities given above are 1. Undercoated.
estimates only ana may be increas- 2. Heavy Duty Battery, 70 Amps.
ed or decreased by the County 3. 2 Speed Rear Axle.
Road Superintendent in an amount 4. Overload Aux. Springs.
deemed necessary for the best in- 5. Heavy Duty Radiator.
terests of the county. 6. 4 Speed Forward Transmis-
Bids will be received until No- sion.
vember 4, 1963, 10:00 A.M. Central 7. 12" Clutch.
Standard time, at the office of the 8. 6 6" Wheels.
Clerk of Circuit Court, Wewahitch- 9. 8.25x20 10 Ply Tires.
ka, Florida. 10. Directional Signals, front and
The Board reserves the right to rear.
reject any or all bids. 11. Heavy Duty Rear-View Mir-
Board of County Commissioners rors mounted on each door.
Gulf County, Florida 12. 15' 6" Wheelbase.
By: A. J. STRICKLAND, Chmn. 13. 6 or 8 Cylinder Engine-292
Cu. Inches Displacement.
14. Color: Black with White Top
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS Cab.
The Board of County Commis- 15. Minimum G.U.W. 19,500 lb.
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, 8x12 foot Anthony or equivalent
will receive sealed bids from any dump body with 7" diameter hoist
person,'company, or corporation in- to be mounted on above chassis.
terested in selling the County the 16. 4700 lb. front axle.
following described personal pro- 17. 15,000 lb. rear axle, 2 speed.
perty: 18. Vacuum booster brakes.
1. Florida State Road Department 19. 2200 lb. front springs.
Grade Number 12 granite, 40 tons. 20. 9300 lb. rear springs.
2. Florida State Road Depart- 21. Oil filter.
ment Grade "Screenings", 60 tons. Against the purchase price of
(a) This material to meet Florida these 2 (two) trucks, the city wishes
State Road Department Standard to trade in 2 (two) 1959 2-Ton Cab
specifications, and Chassis with 8x12 dump bodies.
(b) Material will be delivered ac- A2. 1 (one) % ton Pickup Truck
cording to schedules to be furnish- with utility body.
ed by County Road Superintendent. Specifications for New 1964
All material bids to be based on Model, 3/4 Ton Truck
delivery F.O.B. railroad cars, Port 1. Undercoated (extra heavy).
St. Joe, Florida. 2. Oil filter.
(c) All bids must be sealed and 3. Heavy duty battery, 70 amp.
addressed to Clerk of Circuit Court, 4. Alternator, 42 amp.
Gulf County, Wewahitchka, Florida. 5. Heavy duty radiator.
Each envelope must be plainly 6. 8 Cylinder Engine-292 en.
marked on the OUTSIDE, "Stone-- inch displacement.
Tennis Court", Project Number 66- 7. Heater and defroster.
3-13. 8. 5" x 5"--L.H. and R.H. out-
Bids will be received until No- side rearview mirrors.
member 4, 1963, 10:00 A.M. Central 9. Tu-tone paint. (Body black-
Standard time, at the office of the top cab white).
Clerk of Circuit Court, Wewahitch- 10. Heavy duty vinyl seat.
ka, Florida. The Board reserves 11. Heavy duty 1350 lb. front
the right to reject any or all bids. springs.
12. Heavy duty rear spring and
auxiliary 3800 lb.
13. Minimum G.U.W. 9800 lb.
14. 132" W.B. cab to axle 60".
15. Storage compartment L. H.
S16. 4-Speed Transmission.
17. 5-7.50x17-.-8 ply t.ube type
tires.
18. 5.5" wheels.
19. Clutch-H.D. 11".
20. Front bumper.
21. Directional signals, front and


.well. Approx. 1350 ,q. ft. Lot 75x
150. Inquire 227-7006 after 3:00 pm.
SPARE TIME INCOME
Refilling and collecting money
from NEW TYPE high quality coin
operated dispensers in this area.
No selling. To qualifying you must
have car, references, $600 to $1900
cash. Seven to 12 hours weekly
can net excellent monthly income.
More full time. For personal inter-
view write P.O. Box 4185, Pitts-
burgh 2, Pa. Include phone number.
NEEDED: 2 ladies with use of car
for this vicinity. Full or part-
time Xmas business urgent. Aver-
age $2.00 hr. Write Ladies, 2214
Old Bainbridge Rd., Tallahassee,
Fla. 2tp-
TRY DIADAX TABLETS (formerly
Dex-A-Diet) New name ,same for-
mula. ONLY 98c. CAMPBELL'S
DRUGS. 4tc-10-17
OVER STOCK on Singer round
bobbin sewing machines $22.00
with zig-zag attachments. These ma-
chines can be purchased on time
payments. Write Inventory depart-
ment, Atlas Sewing Center, 280 N.
Palafox St., Pensacola.
WILL CLEAN, oil and adjust any
sewing machine in your home.
Only $1.25. Write Service Depart-
ment, 280 N. Palafox St., Pensacola,
Fla. 4tc-10-17
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 227-7011
for quick expert service, tfe
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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SALES of ST. JOE, Today. Just
Phone 227-2011. Across from the
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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, I. 0,
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniel)
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
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.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.


rear.
22. Utility body t obe Reading
model 108 B-S or equivalent.
Against the purchase of this
truck, the City wishes to trade in
1 (one) 1959 % ton truck.
Specifications for this equip-
ment may be obtained by writing
City Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida and
requetsing same. Cost for specifi-
cations $1.00.
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida
reserves the right to reject any,
or all bids received.
J. B. WILLIAMS 2t-10-24
City Auditor and Clerk.
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County will receive
sealed bids from any person, com-
pany, or corporation interested in
selling the County the following
described personal property:
Approximately 1200 barrels of
Portland Cement Type 1, that
meets the requirements of the lat-
est "Standard Specifications" for
Portland Cement, "A.S.T.M., Desig-
nation C-150 or A.A.S.H.C. Designa-
tion M-85.
The cement shall be delivered to
the job site F.O.B. Wewahitchka,
Florida.
A. Alternate "A", approximately
1200 barrels in paper bags, (4 bags
of 1 cu. ft. each, per barrel.)
B. Alternate "B" approximately
1200 barrels in bulk.
Delivery shall be in accordance
with schedules to be furnished by
the County Road Superintendent.
All bids must be sealed and ad-
dressed to Clerk of Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Wewahitchka, Florida.
Each envelope must 'be plainly
marked on the OUTSIDE, "Cement
Bid Transfer Harden and Les-
ter Roads", Job 66-3-4, 5 and 6. (To-
tal length 2.36 miles-29,075 sq.
yds.-21 feet wide.
Bids will be received until No-
vember 4, 1963, 10:00 A.M. Central
Standard Time at the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Wewa-
hitchka, Florida.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.


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George Core

Speaks to Kiwanis
George Y. Core spoke to the Ki-
wanis Club Tuesday regarding the
high cost of crime to the taxpayer.
Core stated that while known
court costs and the maintaining of
county and city police departments
was generally known, there were
hidden costs to preventing and
solving crimes that were not gen-
erally known.
He pointed to the expense of
highway patrolmen, judges, game
officers, tax inspectors, probation
officers, clerical help, operation of
motorized equipment and expenses
incurred in crime detection.
He pointed out one case in
which a 20-year-old man had been
arrested for forging a $181,00
cheek. It had cost the taxpayers
$280.00 to try the man; approxi-
mately $4.00 a day to keep him in
jail. This particular criminal es-
caped jail and it cost in the neigh-
borhood of $2,000 to apprehend
him.
Core pointed out that the public
needs to be aroused by this rising
cost of crime prevention and de-
tection, caused by a rise in the
crime rate.
Guests of the club were Key
Clubbers Dennis White and Bill
Vervaeke. -


Parents Urged To

Teach Road Safety
TALLAHASSEE- Florida par-
ents were urged this week by the
Florida Highway Patrol to take a
more active part in teaching their
children-the rules of highway and
pedestrian safety.
Emphasizing the need for such
training even in the "toddler
group" the patrol stressed the fact
that a larger number of under-ten-
years of age pedestrians are fatal-
ly hurt in traffic each year.
"When a child is old enough-to
toddle," says Patrol Comdr. H. N.
Kirkman," he is old enough to be-


Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County, Florida
By: A. J. STRICKLAND, Chmn.
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDP
The Board of Cg9pnty Commis-
sioners of Gulf County will receive
sealed bids from any person, comrn
pany, or corporation interested in
selling the County the following
described personal property:
1. 3,760 gallons of "Laykold" bin-
der.
500 gallons of "Laykold" green
surface.
150 gallons of "Laykold" color
coat.
5 gallons of "Laykold" white line
marker.
Materials to be delivered F.O.B.
job site Wewahitchka, Florida.
(a) Materials are to meet or
equal the American Bitumuls stan-
dards for "Laykold G-5", identical
to that material used in similar
construction at Florida State Uni-
versity in 1963.
(b) The successful bidder to pro-
vi4e, at ng cost to Gulf County, the
eryices of a' qualifie engineer
during actual construction for con-
sultation and supervision of Coun-
ty construction personnel,
(c) Successful bidder to state
earliest possible delivery date. De-
livery schedule to be as directed
by County Road Superintendent.
All bids must be sealed and ad-
dressed to Clerk of Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Wewahitchka, Florida.
Each envelope must be plainly
marked on the OUTSIDE "Asphalt
Bid-Laykold". Tennis Court Project
Number 66-3-13.
Bids will be received until No-
vember 4, 1963, 10:00 A.M. Central
Standard time at the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Wewa-
hitchka, Florida.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County, Florida
By: A. J. STRICKLAND, Chmn.


representing the Niceville Eagles, having its
wings clipped by a Shark wielding a giant pair
of scissors. The float was built by the Junior
Class. (* photo)


rME STAR, Port St. Joe, Fle.

gin learning the fundamentals of
pedestrian safety." And he empha-
sized the need for parents setting
a good example.
"Children learn by imitating and
the good accomplished by lectures
is easily nullified by parents who
are observed breaking their own
rules of safety."
"For example the parent, with
youngster in tow, who jaywalks,
c r o s ses between intersections,
walked from between parked cars
and makes other errors has only
himself to blame when the child
shows the same disregard for safe-
ty rules and is run down in traf-
fic," the Patrol leader said.
The Patrol leader also pointed
out that youngsters observe "bad
driving habits" of their elders at
an early age and these actions leave
a deep seated impression in many
instAhh e&i,' ,j i 1 i i !j! ; 1
"We often gain knowledge thru
trial and errll declared Kirkman,
"while in a child's case, hi s ~
error in traffic is often his last."

Washington High School
To Have Carnival Friday
The Junior Class of George
Washington High School will spon-
sor a Pre-Hallowe.en carnival at -the
Washington High School Gymna-
sium on-Friday, October 25. There
will be two sessions; An afternoon
session from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
with special activities for Elemen-
tary students as well as adults; and
a night session from 7:30 p.m. to
10:00 p.m. with activities for High
School students arid adults. Prizes
will be given for participation in
various activities.
The Junior Class especially in-
vites all parents to come and have
fun with their children. Admission


LINDA DANIELS, Reporter
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Port St. Joe High School
Monday, October 28
Meat pie with biscuit topping,
tossed green salad, thousand island
dresisng; peas with snaps, peanut
butter cookies, milk, bread, butter.
Tuesday, October 29
Spaghetti and meat sauce, snap
beans, cole slaw, apple cobbler,
milk, bread and butter.
Wednesday, October 30
Chili dqg, turnip greens, slaw,
muffin breq4, pptatqoe in" jacket,
butter, chocolate pudding witl~
meringue, milk, bread and butter.
Thursday, October ]1
Hamburger buns, dills, onion.,
sliced tomato, green beans with po-
tatoes, sliced peaches, milk, bread
and butter.
Friday, November 1
Tuna-macaroni salad, lettuce, to-
mato, frozen butter beans, hot rolls,
butter, jelly, cake and fruit,


BOWLING NEWS
INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE
The last place Maintenance Team
shook the first place Meter Shop
for four points causing them to
lose first place. Buddy Bridges led
the Maintenance Team witlh a 7
series. Al Jensen helped with his
504 series. Sonny Counts 491 ser-
ies and Darlyn Strickland's 487 was
the best the Meter Shop could
muster.
The Paper Mill lost four big
points to Pulp Mill, who were in
fifth place and are now in first
place thanks to Troy Gay's 543 ser-
ies and Lou Little had a 502. This
team has also taken high team
game with a 903 and high team
series with a 2502 for the league
thus far. Fead Etheridge for the
Paper Mill had a 507 series and
was the only bowler on this team
to break 500.
The Lab lost three points to the


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1963

Millwrights, although they had two
men bowling 500 series. Goober
Dunlap had a 504 and Vance Ro-a
gers had a 502. The top man for
the Millwrights was Buford Griffin
with a 539 series. John McKenzie
was next with a 480.
Team Standings W L
Pulp Mill 16 12
Meter Shop 15 18
Laboratory 15 13
Millwrights 15 13
Paper Mill 13 15
Maintenance 10 18

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One is often at a loss as to which
trees to plant in this section of
Florida. Perhaps this partial list
may-be a help to someone in doubt.
Chaste tree-Decidious. Small
tree for small yards. -Grows to a
height of-20 feet. Beautiful in sum-
mer. with its silver green leaves
and spikes of fragrant lavender
flowers.-
Camellia japonica-Small tree.
Reaches height of about 20 feet.
Showy blooms. An untold number
o varieties available. Wide range
of colors. Winter bloomer. Ever-
green.-
Crepe Myrtle-Large shrub or
small tree. Can reach a height of
40 feet. Dendous, Bears large clus-
ters of crepe like blossoms in sum-


mer. Colors white, pink, red and
lavender.
Dogwood-Native to this section.
Decidous. Can reach a height of 40
feet. Bears white blossoms early
in spring. Red berries in fall.
Leaves are red in fall.
Fringe tree. Also called grand-
father's grey beard. Small native
tree reaches a height from 20-30
feet. Has clusters of glistening
white fringe like blossoms that ap-
pear early in spring with the leaves.
Likes partial shade. Decidious.
Hawthorne, sometimes called
haw tree. Many varieties, native to
this section. Many varieties possess
thorns. Has small white blossoms
early in Spring. Many bear fruit.
red and yellow.


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Golden rain tree Decidious.
Grows up to 30 feet. Produces
clouds of golden blossoms in Octo-
ber. Seed pods then develop and
are rosy red in color.
Holly-Most popular evergreen.
Has upright habit may reach 50
feet in height. Leaves are glossy
green with thorns. There are 13
different varieties of this tree.
Some almost thornless. All bear red
berries during winter. Some sin-
gaily, some in bunches.
Jerusalem thorn. lacy foliage,
pendulous habit yellow blossoms,
green bark. Unusual has great or-
namental value. Grows to 30 feet.
Magnolia-Evergreen one of our
choicest trees. Bears huge white
blossoms in May and June. Very
fragrant. Grows to a height of 100
feet. Long lived. Probably our most
beautiful native tree. Produces at-
tractive cones in the fall that are
filled with bright red berries. Birds
love the seeds.
Loquat. Smal levergreen tree
prized for its dark green ornamen-
tal leaves often used in flower ar-
rangements. Bears smal yellow edi-
ble fruit.
Mimosa-Decidious small tree.
Horizontal branching often achiev-
ing unusual and artistic form. Fin-
like leaves, globular pink blossoms.
Subject to a wilt.
Red bud. Sometimes called Judas
tree. Decidious. Popular because of
its delightful spring color. Has lav-
ender pink pea like flowers that
appear in great abundance before
the leaves do. Grows up to 40 feet.
Tulip tree. Also known as yellow
poplar. Reaches great height. Bears
yellow tulip like flowers. Good tree
for large estates and parks.
Magnolia solongea. Decidious.
Small tree; Bears pink pink or pur-
ple magnolia like blooms on bare
tree before leaves appear.
Peach, pear and plum trees make
nice small flowering trees for home
grounds but should be kept sprayed
to prevent disease. Pears will pro-
duce abundant fruit.
This list could probably be added
to greatly.
The goal of the Port St. Joe Gar-
den Club is "three trees for every
home this year".


Paper Mills Use

More Wood In '62
Florida's nine pulp and paper
mills used 9 per cent more wood
from Florida's forests last year
than in 1961, the Florida State
Chamber of Commerce stated this
week in its Weekly Business Re-
view.
"This greater use of Florida's
forest products by the mills is *a
gauge of the expansion of" the in-


THE STAR,, Port St. Joe, Pt.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1963


IL is a maiea r orecora mat
over 80% of 'the nations' in-
dependent business proprie-
tors, voting through the Nation-
al Federation of Independent
Business, want a reduction in
federal spending to accom-
pany a tax cut.
So immediately, there arises
the question, "where can ex-
penses be cut?"
While of'
course the
most drastic ~
leak jr the ..
foreign g,-e
away pro.
grams '.hic"
have alr-d-,d .
costover 'l0l) '
billion and '
which are :. -. ..
being at- C.W. Harder
tacked by men like Sen. Wayne
Morse of Oregon, there are
thousands upon thousands of
leaks from the U. S. Treasury.
It would probably take a
finely printed book several feet
thick to list all these leaks, but
Rep. Homer Abele of Ohio re-
cently reported on a few.
For example, the Federal
government, which means the
taxpayer, is shelling out $17-
500 for a study on alcohol pref-
erence in rats.
This could be real big. For
centuries mankind has really
not known if rats prefer bour-
bon, scotch, brandy, rum, or,
some other beverage. And per-
haps out of this study will
come definitive proof as -to
just how dry a martini rats
really prefer. And who knows
that this study is being made
in the nick of time, before dis-
satisfied rats of the nation
unite in a mass protest.
(c@ National Federation of Indeoendent Business


dustry's activities", the Review
pointed out.
'Pulp and paper producing mills
in Florida employed 10,842 persons
last year to whom they paid a to-
tal of $66,555,000 in wages and sal-
aries during the year. The mills
spent $49,290,000 for pulp wood
used in their operations to Florida
and Georgia lumbermen.
"To insure a perpetual supply of
pine for pulping, the Florida mills
planted 55 million seedlings on
their own 4,572,000 acres of forests
in the state. In addition, they sup-
plied 5 million seedlings to other
land owners.
Almost four-fifths of the com-
pany-owned forests are open to
hunting and fishing and sixty rec-
reation areas are provided. The
Florida companies support a num-


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termite social behaviour.
Already this will astound
some taxpayers who have
never realized that termites
have any social manners, espe-
cially when eating up buildings.
Then he also found an ex-
pense of $29,300 being spent
for a study of the mammal
fauna of the highlands of Ethi-
opia. It is presumed this study
is confined to animal fauna,
but this point is not clear.
Then there is $64,500 being
spent on the behavior and
ecology of the wandering alba-
tross.
This is a larger figure than
the other items quoted, but it
is presumed that this is due to
fact that these albatross do
wander, thus will require much
more travel expense to follow
them around as they wander.
Some $15,200 is being spent
to study society in ancient Bab-
ylonia, $36,800 to study social
behaviour of ants which is
presumably being done to
learn why they are so fond of
other people's picnics, $16,900
being spent for a revision of
earthworm classifications,
doubtless programmed under
the slogan "Get to Know Your
Earthworms Better," and so
on down a long list.
All is paid for by taxes.
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Inasmuch as all ancient Bab-
ylonians are long gone dead
and not needing jobs, money
extracted from business for
such matters would be better
left with business to create new
employment for the present liv-
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and related work."

HERSEY-NEAL WEDDING
IS ANNOUNCED
Mrs. 01ie V. Hersey of Oak
Grove became the bride of Marcus
Neal of Port St. Joe on Friday, Oc-
tober 11 at 5:00 p.m. in Panama
City.
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AIE suuiL Nl I ancd 142. Mary Harrison ras high
BOWLING NEWS for Team No. 8 bowling a 340 ser
LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE
Amison's Seafood stayed on top Team No. 4 really set Jitney Jun
this week by taking three games gle back by taking three games and
from Team No. 8. Lois Smith was allowing Jitney Jungle only one
high for Amison's bowling a 440 game. Jerry Freeman really bowl
series. She had games of 147, 151 ed a good series of 432 with games



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- bowled three good games for Jit-1 Faith BibleC hurch to PartCIpate In1
ney Jungle 140,156 and 140 for a' a I
S436series. Services Honoring Theological Seminary
Faye's Seafood Grill really pulled emina
one on St. Joe Natural Gas by win- Faith Bible Church ,temporarily School of Theology, 3909 Swiss
ning all four games. Ann Whittle meeting at the Port St. Joe High Ave., Dallas, Texas, during its wor-
was high for Faye's Seafood Grill School Auditorium, will participate ship services Sunday, October 27,
bowling a 134, 143 and 144 for a in special services throughout joining with several hundred other
421 series. (Good bowling Ann). North America honoring the Dallas churches in observing Dallas Semi-
Janet Heath was high for St. Joe Theological Seminary and Graduate nary Sunday.
Natural Gas with a 281 series.
Team No. 5 and West Fla. Gas The Rev. Livingston Blauvelt,
Co., split their games two and two. series. Tibby Whitehead came pastor of the church, is a graduate
Sally Malone bowled a 407 series, through with a 404. This team took of Dallas Seminary. He will speak
She bowled games of 122, 149 and first high team three game series briefly on the subject, "How Do
136. Dot Swan was next bowling a with a fine 2015. Also taking first You Measure a Theological Semin-
361 series. high team game with a 683. ary?" The topic of his morning
Mary Brown bowled a 411 series Raffield's Evelyn Murdock was message will be, 'Tear, Faith and
for West Fla. Gas. She took high bowling well with a 453 but getting Triumph".
game for the day with a 157. Eula little help. Jean Stoufer bowled a Dallas Seminary entered its for-
Dickey was next with a 325 series. 419.tieth year September 17 with a re-
Team Standings W L Team Standings W L cord fall enrollment of 334 men
Amison's Seafood -- 15 5 Raffield Fisheries ------ 16 12 and an entering class of 91 men.
Jitney Jungle ----- 12 8 St. Joe Furniture ------ 16 12 These new students came from
Team No. 4 ---------12 8 Comforter Funeral ---- 15 13 homes in 29 states and the District
Faye's Seafood Grill __- 11 9 Fla. National Bank .--- 9 19 of Columbia two provinces of Can-
Team No. 5 ----------9% 10%
West Fla. Gas --------9 11 '
St. Joe Natural Gas -- 6% 13%
Team No. 8 ---------- 5 15
ALL STAR BOWLING SUPER-RI
By Maxine Jensen"S ER-RIGHT"
The Panama City All-Stars from A "SUPE -RIGHT" W
the Bowlarama met the St. Joe All- R
Stars at the St. Joe Bowling Lanes
Sunday at 3:30 p.m. This was the
first such an event and was enjoyed
by all, spectators as well as the
bowlers. BIRT
The St. Joe team won the first BIR T
game with a tea series of 897. .
Panama City had a 868 series. Pan- i "Super-Right" Wester
ama City came back in the second our 104th Birthday Anni-
game to win over St. Joe, 823 to versary was a smash hit! Lamb Rib Cihop
785. In the third game, St. Joe was So we're doing it again with
once more the victor taking it 862 -reat values! l
to 824. St. Joe too ktotal pins by Lamb Loin.011
29 with a three-game series of 2544.
Panama City had a 2515 for their Allgood Brand Sliced
three game series. N LAMB STEW
Individual series for both teams BA C 0 N
were as follows: A
St. Joe All-Stars 'lb .Lpkg. Q LAMB LEGS
Al Jensen, 559; Waring Mur- *
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Whitehurst, 454 and Jake Koller,
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Panama City All-Stars
Doyle Ethridge, 570; "H'oss"
Traylor, 546; Larry Bitiford, 504;
Les Robeson, 411 and Dick Aus-
land, 484.
Gulf County Ladies League
St. Joe Furniture took three
points from Raffield Fisheries ty.
ing with them for first place. Com-
forter's edged out Florida National
Bank placing them just one point
out of first place and Florida Na-
tional Bank dropping farther back.
Elise Rogers was high for Com-
forter's with a 404 series. Maxine
Jensen had a 403 series.
Sue Moore and Barbara Tharpe
brought their averages up two and
three pins.
Lou Taylor was high for Florida
National Bank with a 335 series
and Judy McClain was next with
her 3S3.
For St. Joe Furniture, Wynell
Burke led all the way with 434


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla.
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Holland, Japan and the Philippine
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1963

Mrs. Costin Is
Hostess To Circle 2
Circle Two of the WMU No. 1 of
the First Baptist Church met in
the home of Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr.,
Monday afternoon at 3:00 prm. for
the first circle meeting of the new
year.
The meeting was opened by the
co-chairman, Mrs. Richard Saunders
leading in prayer. The devotional
was brought from Mark 12:29-30 by
Mrs. W. I. Carden, program chair-
man, and reading the life story
from Royal Service of Grace Mc-
Bride, a missionary nurse.
Mrs. T. J. Ward closed with pray-
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day calendar.
Plans were made for the new
year's work, and for a revival to;
be held in December.


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Gentle-12% Ozs.
IVORY SNOW (4c off) --....... 31c
Detergent-Pt., 6 fl. ozs.
IVORY LIQUID ......... ------btl. 65c
Detergent-3 lbs., 1% ozs.
OXYDOL pkg. 81c
Detergent-lb., 5% ozs.
CHEER pkg. 33c
Detergent Tablets
SALVO .......---........... lb., 7 ozs. 41c
Cleaner
SPIC 'N SPAN .-.......-------........ lb. 29c
Cleaner
MR. CLEAN ........ pt., 12 oz. 69c
Nabisco Premium
SALTINES lb. 29c
Pillsbury (5 lbs.)
FLOUR (4c off) 53c
Blue Plate
MAYONNAISE .............. qt. 59c
La Rosa
Ribbed LASAGNE ........ b. 87c


Sara Lee Frozen
BROWNIES .......----.. 14 ozs. 79c
Bath Bars
ZEST SOAP ....------.....-.. 2 for 41c
Detergent
DREIT ....---.----... lb., 1% oz. 35c
Liquid Detergent
JOY 12 fl. oz. 35c
Detergent
TIDE lb., 4 ozs. 33c
Premium Detergent
DUZ -..-.......-..- 2 lbs., 10/2 oz. 99c
Laundry Detergent
DASH lb., 8V/2 oz. 39c
Cleanser-lb., 5% ozs.
COMET 2 for 49c
Liquid Detergent
THRILL (8c off pt., 6 oz. 57c
Marcal Bathroom
TISSUE 4 rolls 49c
Marcal Dinner (50)
NAPKINS 2 for 39c
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TEA NAPKINS -....... 2 for 25c


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each 39 c
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lb. 49c


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mit 1 With $5.0 OOrder
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D 6 jars 59c
gal. $1.79
TS lb. pkg. 9c
25 lb. bag $1.99


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33c


pkg. 49c


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303 can


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box 39c


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lb. 49c


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Golden Yellow
RIPE BANANAS
2 bs. 19c
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We Buy

PECANS


SUNKIST


LEMONS


U. S. NO. 1 IRISH

POTATOES
10 LB. BAG 50 LB. BAG


39


WITH $5.00 ORDER


ORANGES
A P P L E S
GRAPEFRUIT
Mix or Match
3 Bags


Garden Fresn
TENDER OKRA
FRESH PEAS
Yellow SQUASH
Pound


Firm Head
CABBAGE lb. 5c
Good Single
BANANAS lb. lOc
tobacco Shade LB.
POLE 19c
BEANS


Fresh Shelled Daily
White
Acre
PEAS


Bag


6 FOR
lOc


Red Delicious-
APPLES
Pound
lOc


Sunnyland Tenderized 12 to 16 lb. avg. HAM _- lb. 49c
BUTT HALF lb. 49c Pound
at iN Pound


OUR BEST FIRST CUT and
WH0LE SLAB BACON
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Shank 'Portion


SWIFT'S TENDER

Beef Liver 3,..


99c


BEST
SIRLOINS


Pound


Meaty Ham Hock 3 lbs. 99c
HOG MAW 3 lbs. 69c
LIVER and LITE set 99c
Frosty Morn Best Sliced Bacon
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Streak-O-Lean
WH ITE
MEAT


Malst Cut
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25c


S-Down Small Tender lstCut & Wfole
S PARE 39c
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WESTERN GRAIN FED HEAVY STEER

Beef Chuck Roast



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GROUND CHUCK


Ib. 59c


Boneless Rolled Chuck lb. 79c


ALL MEAT STEW


lb. 69c


NO. 7 STEAK


ib. 53c


SHOULDER ROAST lb. 69c
BonelessRolled Shoulder Ib. 89c


SHOP RICH'S IOR< YOUR LARGEST VARIETY AND BEST SUPPLY
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Trick or Treat Candy


KIDS BICYCLE TO BE GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16
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MAXWELL HOUSE "Good to the last Drop" Limit1 Can With $5.00 Order

COFFEE 49c


Aunt Jemima
GRITS
5 Lb. Bag


Big Scoop
ICE MILK
V2 Gal. Ctn.


Bama
GR APE
JAM
18 Oz. Glass


Limit 1 With $5.00
Food Order


Carnation Instant
DRY

MILK
Makes 14 Quarts
Costs Less Than 7c Quart

98c


YOUR TOTAL WILL BE CHEAPER AT RICE'S
PLUS ONE DOZEN GA. GRADE 'A

LARGE EGGS


FREE!
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