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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 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-Lets keep
/ 10 CIt where we can speak with It
Once In a while-Trade with
E P 4 C OP Y T S your home town merchants

-. \ *' *, i"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWAN*Y-SEV NTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1963 NUMBER 8


Gulf County Favors



Amendments In



Voting Tuesday


Gulf County went with the rest
of the State of Florida in ipprov-
ing all three Constitutional Amend
inehts up for a decision by the
people of Florida.
Gulf was also typical of the rest
of the state in casting a very light
voted. Only 672 of Gulf County's
4>000 registered voters cast a bal,
lot in the special election.
Gulf approved the change 'in
the date of .election of the State
Cabinet by a two to one voteI A
total of '429 approved the measure
while 240 opposed. With even this
big majority in. favor of the change,
-this measure met the most opposi-
tion in the county.
,The Amendment allowing the
.,state to..b6rrow $75 million to up-
' grade' Florida's higher education
facilities gained plenty of support
throughout the state, and also in
Gulf County. The county approved
the measure 519 to:152.
As was to be expected the third
amendment, in Gulf, was-very pop-
ular. This amendment allowed the
state to flata' bonds -to purchase
lands for outdoor recreation pur-
poses throughout the state. Since
Port St. Joe is receiving a big out-
door park on St. Joseph Peninsula
which will get financing from this
amendmenit;it- is easy to see why
it passed in Gulf with a high ma-
jority of,500 .to 172,


W. 0. Howard, 48

Passes Away

After Long Illness
W. 0. Howard,, age 48, passed
away in the Port St. Joe Municipal
Hospital last Wednesday evening
at 8:45 p.m. following a three year
illness. He had been hospitalized
for 11 weeks.
Howard had lived in Port St. Joe
for a number of years. He worked
with the St. Joe Lumber and Ex-
port Company. until that company
shut down operations and then
was employed by the St. Joe Pa-
per Company as a foreman in the
wood yard.
He is survived by his wife, Floye
of St. Joe Beach; a daughter, Mrs.
Donald Levins and three grand-
children of Highland View; one
brother, Forney Howard of Gads-
den, Ala.; one sister, Mrs. Bob
Freeman of Ashville, Ala., and his
stepmother, Mrs. Kate Vise of Ash-
ville, Ala.
The remains were taken to Wig-
gins, Miss., for burial in the Sun-
flower Cemetery.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of local arrangements.


Sharks Handed Sixth Defeat; Will

Try for Win Against Bonifay Tomorrow


Merchains Award

Prizes for Weeks

Best Grid Efforts
Port St. Joe merchants are join-
ing in boosting the Port St. Joe
Sharks. Prizes are awarded each
week on the basis of a vote by
players for- thie 'most aggressive
players during the previous week's
game'
Prizes awarded for the Chipley
game wepe:- first prize, Tommy
Sisk by Western Auto; second prize
Al. Cathyby::,Wiley's Supply; third
prize, Bill Vervaeke by -Costin s
Department Store; fourth prize,
David Young 'by Boyles Depart-
ment Stor;: fifth -prize, Freddy
Chason by RHinote Barber Shop.
Prizes' for the Blountstown
game were:.first prize,. Jimmy Gan-
nie, by Costin's Department Store:
ocond prze.Al Cathey by Cooper's
Sarber Shop; third_ prize, Jimmy
Goodman by St. Joe Ice Co.; fourth
prize, Tommy: Sisk by Hinote Bar-
ber Shop and-fifth prize, Eric Ham-
mond by St. Joe Hardware.
This is proving to be of mu h
encouragement and is appreciated
by the Sharks. This practice will
continue throughout the. remaining


The Port St. Joe Sharks received
their sixth loss of the season with
a 27 to 13 defeat by Blountstown
on a cold Friday night last week.
The Shbrks moved the ball well
and gained good yardage, but fum-
bles- menaced the Sharks scoring
drives.
Blountstown scored once in every
quarter. The Sharks scores came
in the second half. Tommy 'Sisk
scored the first TD for St. Joe on
a one yard plunge in the thirdd
quarter.' Al Cathey scored the sec-
ond tally in the final period on a
short keeper play.
Port St. Joe takes to the road to
Bonifay tomorrow night on their
last road trip of the season. The
Blue Devils racked up a big score
on the Sharks last year, when they
had their finest team. However,
the Blue Devils have found slightly
tougher going this year, but they
still figure to be a slight favorite
over the Sharks.
St. Joe Blountstown
10 First Downs ----------11
174 Yards rushing --------240
77 Yards passing ---------16
7-19 Passes completed -----. 3-9
4 Fumbles 0
15 Yards penalized 80

games. Any merchant or individual
wishing to participate should con-
tact Jake Mouchette.


Constitution Day Planning Taking

Shape; Governor To Be Main Speaker
Plans for Constitution Day in Port St. Joe Lions Club is sponsor-
Port St. Joe are beginning to take ing a big horse show; from 5:00 to
shape, according to City Auditor 6:00 p.m. a band concert will en-
and Clerk, J. B. Williams. ; tertain the guests and at 9:00 a
Confirmation of invitations and big Rotary sponsored Charity Ball
plans to attend.have already been will commence in the Centennial
received from Governor Farris Building.
Bryant, who will be the main speak-o f
er of the day on December 7; Sec- I
retary of State Tom Adams; Attor- I eves Break Into
ney General Richard Ervin; Comp-
troller R. E. Green; Railroad Com- Stak House;
missioners Ed l4 ason -and Wil-
bur King and Copservation Direc- Rob Drink Machine
tor W. Randolph -Hodges. U. S. Rep- rink Ma hine
resentative Don-yuqua and Florida Lodal police reported that the
Supreme Court Justices Glenn Tec Youth Recreation Center on Eighth
rell and E. Ilarris Drew; N. E. Mil- Street was broken into Monday
ler, Jr., director of the Florida night, and some $10.00 in change
Board of Parks and Historic Memo- taken from a soft drink machine.
rials, will also be present. Entry was made by breaking a
The day .will begin with a big window and crawling through.
parade in downtown Port St. Joe. Entry was attempted through a
At 11:30 tq 12:30 speaking will be window that was blocked by a
the program ,at the Centennial large exhaust fan, but the burglar
Building," with Governor Bryant or burglars had to abandon this
bringing the major address; 12:30 attempt.
to 1:30 a big free fish fry will be As of press time yesterday after-
prepared to-serve up to 10,000 peo- noon, no arrests had been made in
ple; from 2:00 to 5:00 -p.m. the connection with the case.


FIRE DEPARTMENT E
The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire Department
elected new officers for the coming year at their
regular meeting Monday night at the fire station.
The new officers will assume their positions
on January 1.
Elected to head the Department were: first
assistant chief, Joe Stevens, pictured above left;
chief .R. H. Ellzey, above center and second assist-


John P. Duren

Fatally Injured

In Auto Accident
John P. Duren, age 46, of Port
St. Joe was killed last Thursday
night in an accident near Thomas-
ville, Ga., when a truck struck the
auto in which he was traveling. Ray
Kennedy, of Coolidge, Ga., a pas-
senger in the Duren auto was also
killed in the accident.
The car was struck' on on'U.'S.
319 hy a truck driven by R .E.
Peslson, according to the highway
patrol.
Funeral 'services for Duren were
held at 3:00 p.m. Sunday at the
Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
in Port St. Joe, with the Rev.
Lloyd Riley of Southport officiat-
ing. Burial was in Holly Hill Ceme-
tery.
Active pallbearers were H. W.
Griffin, Emmett Daniell, Richard
Skipper, R. D. Prows, J. D. Parker
and Murry Wilson.
Honorary pallbearers were: T. D.
Whitfield, Joe Williams, N. E.
Dykes, David C. Gaskin, Dave Gas-
kin, Tom M. Watts, Alf Millergren,
Sam P. Husband, B. E. Parker, El-
mer Nunnery, J. E. Pridgeon, Sam-
my Patrick, H. D. Pridgeon, Walter
Dodson, T. W. Hinote, Fennon Tal-
ley, Gordon Farris, P. W. Petty, Al-
ton Petty, C. G. Costin, Sr., C. G.
Costin, Jr., Hilton Lewis, Duffie
Lewis, Phillip Lewis, Clifford
Tharpe, Lloyd Whitfield, Carl
Goodson, W. D. Jones, J. P. Flei-
shel, J. B. Harris, Billy Joe Rish,
Tommy Pridgeon, Judge McCrary
and Ben C. Williams.
Duren is survived by two daugh-
ters, Rosetta Pricilla and Donn
Vlaine Duren, a son, Johnny Pas-
cl Duren all of Caryville; his mo-
ther, Nora Duren of Port St. Joe;
a sister, Donna E. Fuselier, Port
St. Joe; two brothers, I. W., Port
St. Joe and Gene Duren of Sop-
choppy.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.

-K
Circuit Judge

Rules In Favor of

City, Gas Company
Judge Robert McCrary entered a
summary judgment for the City of
Port St. Joe and St. Joe Natural
Gas Company this week. The sum-
mary was in connection with the
case brought against the two by
E; C. Pridgeon, Jr., who attempted
to stop construction of the nat-
ural gas system in Port St. Joe.
claiming improper handling of the
franchise grant.
Pridgeon's paper was filed in
September.
Judge McCrary's ruling found
that no reason for invalidating the
franchise had been given by the
Pridgeon complaint.
McCrary granted the gas com-
pany the authorization to recover
cost in proceedings that have been
held in the case.


ant chief, Benton HamM, above right.
The Fire Department presently has 18 active
members on their roster. During the year all
equipment has been put in first class condition
and the fire truck pump overhauled. New hose
and equipment has been purchased to serve to
bring the local department up to standards set by
the National Fire Underwriters. (- photo)


PROCLAMATION


WHEREAS, a program of free
education, of high quality, is es-
sential to the preservation of
the freedom, rights and privileg-
es that our citizenry enjoys, and
WHEREAS, progress, prosper-
ity and continued development
of the State of Florida is highly
dependent upon the establish-
ment and maintenance of a com-
plete system of quality schools,
and
WHEREAS, the nation in gen-
eral, and Florida in particular, is
being called upon to meet the
vast challenges of the educational
needs in the Space Age, through
improvement and expansion of
our educational system;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, TFarris
Bryant, by virtue of the authority
vested in me as Governor of the
State of Florida, do hereby pro-
claim November 10-16, 1963, as
AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK
in Florida, and do earnestly re-
quest all citizens and all organ-
izations sharing this vital in-
terest in education and child
welfare to acquaint themselves
with and earnestly support this
43rd annual nationwide observ-
ance of this occasion, bearing in
mind that the educational needs
of tomorrow must be met today.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and
caused the Great Seal of the
State of Florida to be affixed at
Tallahassee, the Capital, this
31st day of July, A. D., 1963.
FARRIS BRYANT,
Governor
ATTEST:
TOM ADAMS,
Secretary of State


Metiler of'Resident

Dies Bountstotwn
Mrs. Katherine Parrish Cook, 73,
died early Wednesday morning in
a nursing home at Blountstown.
She had lived in Montic',llo for 55
years, where she was an active
member of the First Baptist
Church. She was injured in a fall
in January and had been ill since
that time.
Survivors are her husband, Jim,
Monticello; one daughter, Mar-
joie Bobbitt of Port St. Joe; one
son, E. M. Cook of Bristol; fou;
grandchildren and three great
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at
the First Baptist Church of Bristol
Thursday afternoon and interment
was in the Bristol cemetery.

Attend District Meeting
Members of the Garden Club at-
tending the District II meeting of
the Florida Federation of Garden
Clubs last week in Quincy were
Mrs. David Jones, Mrs. Fred Mad-
dox, Mrs. Tom Byrd, Mrs. H. W.
Griffin, Mrs. Ralph Nance and
Mrs. J. C. Arbogast.


American Education Week is
scheduled to be observed thru-
out the state and nation during
the week of November 10-16,
1963. I am most pleased to note
that the Florida Education As-
sociation in cooperation with the
Florida Congress of Parents and
Teachers, the American Legion,
the State Department of Educa-
tion and the National Education
Association is inviting our com-
munity along with others to make
this observance a highly signifi-
cant one on behalf of our chil-
dren, their schools, and our
country.
The fact that enlightened citi-
zens are successfully maintain-
ing our American democratic
government and simultaneously
are keeping up with new know-
ledge and the demands of rapid-
ly changing times is reflected in
this year's theme: "Education
Strengthens the Nation."
Now, therefore, I, Frank Han-
non, Mayor of Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, do hereby proclaim the
week of November 10-16, 1963, as
American Education Week, and
do urge all our citizens to join
with our teachers and school of-
ficials in appropriate American
Education Week ceremonies.
FRANK HANNON,
Mayor,
City of Port St. Joe

Lightning Damages Power
Supply To Beach Area
A reported water spout in St. Jo-
seph Bay last Friday evening ac-
companied by lightning put the
electric service for North Port St.
Joe to the county line out of com-
mission for four hours, acocrding
to Richard Porter, local FPC man-
ager.
Porter said that lightning knock-
ed down their main 12,000 volt car-
rier for these areas in five places
during the storm, which was ac-
companied by 60 mile per hour
winds.
Lightning struck and knocked
dow-n the high voltage line near
the AN Railroad Building and at
the corner of First Street and
Monument Avenue.
The power went out at 6:30 p.m.
and was restored approximately
four hours later.
The Port St. Joe Fire Department
was called to duty because of dan-
ger of fire from the downed high
voltage lines.

Revival Services to Begin
Revival services will begin Sun-
day at the Pentecostal Holiness
Church on the corner of Garrison
Avenue and 20th Street to run
through November 24, it was an-
nounced this week.
Rev. Jim Strickland will be the
evangelist. Special music and sing-
ing will be by Rev. Strickland and
his wife. Special prayer will be of-
fered for the sick.
Rev. Jack Carter, pastor of the
church, offers a cordial invitation
for everyone to attend.


Final Authority On



Land Release For



Park Is Received


Governor Bryant Makes Application


Work Begins On

Forrest Park Area

Deve lopment
Work was began this week on
preparing the Forest Park area
for development into a useable
facility.
Dozers were at work the first
part of the area, clearing land,
digging ditches and clearing
away unwanted growth in the
Sixth to Eighth Street area.
This area is slated to have a
rock garden, flowing fountain
and wading brook.
-K

mcal High School

Sets "Education

Week Activities"
Port St. Joe High School is joining
schools throughout the nation next
week in observing "National Edu-
cation Week".
The school has many activities
planned which ard designed to
better acquaint students with the
purpose and needs of education
and better acquaint parents with
the important role education plays
in our society today.
In keeping with the special
week, the St. Joe High School will
feature a special exhibit all week,
in the window of St. Joe Hard-
ware Company's, appliance store on
Reid Avenue.
Open House
The Future Teachers Association
club of Port St. Joe High School
is sponsoring open house at the
school on Tuesday, November 12,
from 1:00 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. in
observance of the special week.
Visitors will be permitted to sit
in on classroom activities during
the designated hours to observe
their school at work.
Refreshments will be served to
visitors by the club members in
the school lunchroom.
All parents and interested per-
sons are urged to visit the school
during this special week and view
the special display in downtown
Port St. Joe.


Jesse V. Stone, chairman of the
St. Joseph Peninsula State Park
project was notified this week that
land desired for this park had fin-
ally been declared surplus by the
U. S. Government.
For the past four months, the
release of this property has gone
from governmental agency to gov-
ernmental agency prior to release
for purchase by the State of Flor-
ida.
Stone received a letter Tuesday
from Charles W .McKinney, Acting
Chiem, Real Proper Division, Utili-
zation and Disposal Service of the
General Services Administration.
McKinney's letter told Stone that
state officials had also been noti-
fied of the surplus status of the St.
Joseph's Peninsula property.
McKinney said that proper forms
for applying for purchase of the
land had already been sent state
officials for making application for
purchase.
Governor Requests Land
Governor Farris Bryant, as chair-
man of the Outdoor Recreation De-
velopment Council forwarded a for-
mal request for purchase of the
land Tuesday to the General Ser-
vices Administration.
Bryant's application will be for-
warded to the Department of In-
terior, Bureau of Outdoor Recrea-
tion, for investigation and recom-
menaation. No prediction was giv-
en as to how much time will be re-
.quired to complete these -actions.
According to Stone, other state
agencies have until November 19
to request the land also, but since
the Governor has requested the
property for park purposes, it is
unlikely that other agencies will
enter applications.
Initial expenditure on the park is
expected to be in the neighborhood
of $550,000 and will include a com-
plete marina, bathing beaches,
camping and trailer parking areas,
ample parking areas and three wa-
ter systems.

AZALEA CIRCLE TO
HOST GARDEN CLUB
The Azalea Circle of the Port St.
Joe Garden Club will be hostess to
the Garden Club members today
at 3:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
G. L. Kennington, 212 Sixth Street,
for the November general meeting.


Secretary of State Tom Adams, (right) qualifies Senator Luther
Tucker for re-election as Senator of the 5th District in the Secretary
of State's office in the Capitol.

Senator Tucker Qualifies for Re-Election
State Senator Luther Tucker an- Gulf County was added to the
nounced November 1 his intention Fifth District last year under the
of being a candidate for re-election new re-apportionment plan that
as Senator for the Fifth District. was passed by the Legislators.
Senator Tucker filed the neces- Wakulla, Franklin and Gulf
sary papers with Secretary of Counties border on the Gulf and
State Tom Adams in the Capitol have the common interest of sea
Building and named his depository food, while all four counties are
and himself as campaign treasurer, active in timber and other allied
Senator Tucker represents Wa- industries.
kulla, Franklin, Liberty and Gulf Senator Tucker was the first
Counties in the reorganized Fifth State Senator to announce his can-
District. This is the only Senatorial didacy for office and points to his
District in the state that now em- record of representation for the
braces four counties. The next
largest districts as far as counties people during his terms of office.
are concerned, comprise three He is now serving his second
counties, term as State Senator.


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made -for the annual Christmas
JAM Club Has partyon December 19 at Va Officers Named
Horn's Restaurant at the Beach.
M etigl anP.C.This club was organized in 1927 By K yett
Meeting n and is the oldest social club inBy Keyetts
Mrs. J. L. Bates and Mrs. Coy Gulf County. For many years no
Redd of Panama City were joint new members have been asked in. A newly organized club, the
hostesses for the regular meeting to the club. But the years have re- Keyetts, has been formed at Port
of the JAM Club Monday night in duced the membership to such an St. Joe High School. This club is
the home of Mrs. Bates at 211 Air. extent that it was decided that a sponsored by the local Kiwanis
port Drive. selected group of ladies be voted Club. The Keyetts is a community
Eight members of the club from in as new members. It was also service club consisting of 32 11th
Port St. Joe, Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr., decided that each lady should re- and 12th grade girls. Serving as
Mrs. Clarence Pridgeon, Mrs. C. ceive the unanimous vote of the sponsor of the Keyetts is Mrs.
E. Boyer, Mrs. W. S. Smith, Mrs. club to make her eligible for mem- Wayne Biggs. At the first meeting
Bernard Pridgeon, Sr., Mrs. Calla bership. held on October 12, officers were
Perritt. Mrs. Verna Smith and After several hours of pleasant elected as follows: president, Gail
Miss Edna Davis were served a visiting, the group returned home Anderson; vice-president, Polly
delicious buffet supper by the to add this trip to those happy me- Sue Pyle; reporter, Katrina Farris;
hostesses. mories accumulated over the many secretary, Evelyn Dockery; trea-
Following the supper, plans were years of close friendship, surer, Barbara Weeks; historian,


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fh. Bankers Association Lauded
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1963 For Work In Agriculture


Engagement Announced
Mrs. H. B. Williams of Port St. Joe, Florida and the late Howard
Bascom Williams of Fort White, announces the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Lenora Sue Williams to
A-2C Richard Eugene Kunz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feyh of 7
Chandler Avenue, Obetz, Ohio.
Miss Williams has been attending High School at Port St. Joe.
A-2C Richard Kunz is presently stationed at Tyndall AFB. He
finished high school at Pleasant View, Columbus, Ohio in 1961 and
attended Gulf Coast Junior College in Panama City.
Shelly Coldewey; parliamentarian, in the afternoon and evening ses-
Sandra Baxley and chaplain, Gayle sion.
Odum. The Junior Class extends a hear-
For their colors, the members ty thanks to the following mer-


chose yellow and white, while the
yellow rose was selected as their
flower.
The Club will meet every Tues-
day at luncheon, at the Port St.
Joe High School Cafeteria.
------
Golden Agers Host
City Officials
The Golden Agers were happy to
have the City Commissioners and
the City Clerk as their dinner
guests at the Stac House at their
last meeting. The guests were
welcomed and introduced by the
president, J. A. Fillingim, who
spoke of the aims of the club and
of their appreciation to the city
for their approval and encourage-
ment, and for the use of their fa-
cilities.
Mayor Hannon expressed his
pleasure for the opportunity of
meeting with the group, and for
the worthwhile aims of the club.
The other guests expressed them-
selves in a similar manner.
A summary of the growth and
activities of the club was given
since its founding under the spon-
sorship of the local chapter of the
Beta Sigma Phi. The club will soon
observe its second anniversary, hav-
ing doubled the membership since
organization.
The delicious dinner was planned
by Mrs. Calla Perritt and Mrs. Es-
sie Williams, with all members par-
ticipating in the preparation. The
club has plans for extending its ac-
tivities.
Present were 22 members and
one visitor, Mrs. Harriet Kelly of
New York.
Washington High School
Carnival Is Big Success
The Washington High School
Hallowe'en carnival was a great
success. There was a large crowd

LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR


Wesley R. Ramsey,
Editor, The Star
Port St. Joe, Florida
Mr. Ramsey,
We, Mrs. Biggs fourth period
English class, appreciate your help
and the help of Will Ramsey in our
project to learn more about how
our papers are printed.
We all feel that we know much
more about newspaper production.'
Sincerely yours,
MIKE WHITE, Secretary
Mr. Wesley Ramsey
The Star
Port St. Joe, Florida
Dear Mr. Ramsey:
We would like to express our ap-
preciation for the publicity given
us in your paper for our recent Hal-
lowe'en Carnival.
Thank you again for the interest
shown in our activities.
Yours truly,
MRS. BARNIE EARLY
Hallowe'en Carnival Chmn
Highland View
Elementary School


chants for their generous contribu-
tion to the games and various acti-


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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
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that you'll find them where
there's a trained mechanic
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FROM >
THE

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vities:
Hall Drug Store, Stallworth Gro-
cery, Duren Grocery, Nathan Pe-
ters, King's Service Station, Hurl
but Furniture Co., -Carp's, St. Joe
Hardware, Roche Furniture Co.
Western Auto, Danley Furniture
Co., Christo's 5c and lOc Store,
Buzzett's Drug Store, Campbell
Drug Store, Thames Jewelry, Lil-
ius Jewelry, IGA Discount Store,
St. Joe Furniture Co., Webb's 5c
& 10c, Wiley's Supply Co., Mrs.
Celo Bess.
Junior sponsor is Mrs. Hollins.
Reportsrs are L. Daniels and L.
Peters.


YWA Installs
New Officers
The YWA's of the First Baptist
Church held their installation and
ceremony of officers, October 29.
Mrs. Neil Arnold, the counselor
and old members welcomed the
new members into the Auxiliary.
Elected as officers were:
President, Sandra Baxley; vice-
preisdent, Carolyn Carr; secretary,
treasurer, Linda Tharpe; program
chairman, Ima Jean Allen; mem-
bership chairman, Norma Hobbs;
stewardship chairman, Willa Mae
Gilles; mission study chairman,
Elaine Sherrill; prayer chairman,
Linda Cox; social chairman, Polly
Sue Pyle and publicity chairman,
Linda Kay Webb.
Refreshments were served after
the meeting by the WMU members
and two of the G.A. girls.
Linda Kay Webb,
Publicity Chairman


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For the 17th consecutive year,
the continued outstanding service
which Florida Bankers Association
has given the state's agriculture,
both through educational programs
for better banking' services and
through special activities in the
agricultural field, has received
special recognition from The Amer-
ican Bankers Association, the na-
tional organization of the banking
industry. The Association's Agricul-
tural Committee chiarman, T. P.
Axton, President, Lafayette Sav-
ings Bank, Lafayette, Indiana, has
announced; that the Rlorida Bank-
ers Association has been awarded
the Committee's annual Agricul-
tural Award on behalf of the bank-
ers of the state.
The Agricultural Award is pre-
sented each year to the state bank-
ers associations of those states
whose programs and activities
have been of notable service to
agriculture during the preceding
year.
A member of the state organiza-
tion's forestry division of the ag-
riculture committee is Walter C.
Dodson, president of the Florida
National Bank at Port St. Joe.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of John Duren would
like to take this means of expres-
sing to you their sincere thanks
for the acts of kindness you extend-
ed to them during their hours of
bevreavement.
A special thanks to Rev. Lloyd
Riley of Southport and to those
who sent cards, flowers, and pre-
pared food.
Mrs. Nora Duren
Donna E. Fuselier
Walter Duren and Family
G. L. Duren and Family
Johnny, Donna and
Pricilla Duren







HE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1963


IBOYLES ANNUAL


C LEBRATIONISOUNDS LIKE A
PRE-HOLIDAY PARTY!


Beginning Thursday Nov. 7-18


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Tailored Blouses


THEY LOOK LIKE $1.99


ONE FINE BIRD EACH WEEK UNTIL
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Celebration
Priced At


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Dress Shoes


For Mss 88
and Mrs. *


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2 for $2.88
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large.


PRICED TO CLOSE OUT! >
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Missy and women's sizes. 4 to 10
White, pink, blue, red, beige and
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$8.99 and up
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$3.99 value dacron and cotton
blend
WRAP SKIRTS
$2.8 8
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Dresses
Every style individually select-
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value!
$3.88 to $5.88
Missy, Junior and Half Sizes.
The most popular fall fabrics
and colors. Save at Boyles!


Priced to
Close Out!
Boys triple stitch-
ed sanforized
Denim
Dungarees
2 Pairs
$2.88
Rugged, bar
tacked. Sizes 4 to
16


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Shadow panel, eyelet trimmed
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each 88 C
Full length 32 to 42. Hip length, Sm.,
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Jackets

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FLANNEL GOWNS
$1.88
Ladies sizes 32 to 40, generously cut,
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Priced to
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Men's Banlon
STRETCH
SOX
2 Pairs
88c
White and fall
colors. Slight ir-
regulars of $1.00
sox. Boyles guar-
antees every pair.


Priced to
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100% Wool
Slim Jims
A celebrated
value at


$2.88


Sizes 10 to 18.
Favorite styles &
colors. 38 to 44
$3.88

Priced to
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Styles and quality that
pleases in .
CANVAS
OXFORDS
$1.88
Ladies or children's
sizes. White, red, black
and blue denim.


PRICED TO CLOSE OUT!
Boyles guaranteed quality
Men's and Boy's Fleece Lined
$1.29 Value
SWEAT SHIRTS
each 88c
A standard cut certified value


At Boyles you'll see the season's
smartest

FLATS

2.88 to 4.88
Each style carefully chosen.
Blacks galore and intriguing
new colors from the nation's
favorite sources!

Priced to
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First quality
seamless or full
Fashioned
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88C
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CLASSIFIED ADS
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room apart. Phone 227-7761. tic
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: Two 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 unfurnished apt. Call
227-5111 or call by Smith's Phar-
macy. tfe
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 RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house in Highland View, $30.
mo., Also shrimp net for sale. Call
J. D. Clark, 227-7771.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house at
513% 8th Street. Phone 227-
8806. 2tp-10-31
FOR RENT: Apartment. 3 rooms
and bath, furnished. All private.
Water and heat furnished. Attic
fan. For couple only or woman.
1301 Monument Ave., Phone 227-
5301. 2tp-10-31
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on
corner lot at Oak Grove. See Tom
Levins. 2tp-10-31
FOR SALE: Trailer and addition.
3 bedrooms, 150'x75' corner lot.
Trees, flowers, good lawn. St. Joe
Beach. Off highway. Nice quiet
neighborhood. Utility house, lawn
furniture, 125 gal. underground
gas tank $2800. Phone 227-7846. t
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
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: 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.
506 8th Street. 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, % 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.
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
Insurance Abstracts
301 Williams Av. Phone 7-7741
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on
Marvin Ave. (high side). Well es-
tablished lawn and shrubs. Has
well. Approx. 1350 sq. ft. Lot 75x
150. Inquire 227-7006 after 3:00 pm.
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.


FOR SALE: 50x170 lot, 8th Street
and Long Avenue. $1,000. I. C. Lup-
ton. 4tp-11-7
FOR SALE: Large 2 bedroom
house. 2 lots, chain link fence.
floor furnace, air conditioner. L.
E. Meyer, 521 8th Street, Phone
227-4986. 4tp-11-7
FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom house.
New paint, 75x100 lot. Terms.
308 15th St. J. C. Laney, Phone 227-
5871. 4tc-11-7
FEMALE WANTED: Part time. $25
per week salary. Use your home
telephone. Outside work. Also avail-
able. Write Mr. Regnirts, 230/
Pine St., Room 20 Whitehead Bldg.,
Albany, Ga. 2tc-11-7
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
ONCE YOU BUY Merelite bulbs
you never have to buy light
bulbs again-NEVER! Call Mrs. E.
M. Gay after 6 daily 229-1281. 2tc
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.
IT'S EASY AND SAFE TO MOVE
THE MAYFLOWER WAYI
Aero Mayflower Transit Company
places a complete nation-wide long-
distance moving service at your
command! Whether your move is
a few hundred miles or thousands,
the Mayflower System assures sat-
isfactory service. If you're planning
to move why not call your local
Mayflower agents, S U R P LU S
SALES of ST. JOE, Today. Just
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 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett DanieD
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 ox
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M, 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
ing companions welcome.
Edgar L. Smith, High Priest
Roy L. Burch, Secretary
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
JESSE LESTER BURKETT,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Jesse Lester Burkett, deceased, are
hereby notified and required to
file any claims or demands which
they may have against said estate
in the office of the County Judge
of Gulf County, Florida, in the


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'Rotary Club Sees Film
On Fire 'Prevention
A film on fire prevention week
was shown the Rotary Club last
Thursday by Port St. Joe Fire
Chief R. H .Ellzey. The film show-
ed the type training volunteer fire
departments receive under state
training programs.
The Port St. Joe fire department
will undergo one of these train-
ing courses in February of next
year.
The type of fire fighting opera-
tion used to a great degree by the
local department, was shown in the
film. The film also showed the
club members some of the prob-
lems met in fire fighting and the
knowledge needed to effectively
combat various types of fires.
Guests of the club were Arthur
Pattman of Chattahoochee and
John Westmoreland of Marianna.

Kiwanis Club Sees How
Savings and 'Loan Works
Charles Stevens, manager of the
Citizens Federal Savings and Loan
Association brought the program to
the Kiwanis Club last Tuesday and
showed an animated film on the
operation of savings and loan as-
sociations.
Savings and loan associations
are not new; they were began in
1831 when the first loan was made.
Today over 61% of the families
in the U. S. own or are buying their
own homes. Of these homes 41%
are financed or were financed thru
savings and loan associations. To-
day over $100 billion in insured
savings are deposited with savings
and loan institutions.
The associations operate on loans
made for building purposes. This
interest is used to pay interest to
savings depositors for the use of
their money and to make a profit
for the institution.
As a special interest item, Wes-
ley Grace, Bill Rish, Frank Hannon
and Gannon Buzzett were given Au-
burn Tiger decals to go on their
Florida Gator cars as a moment
of last Saturday's game. Hubert

Courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor-
ida, within six (6) calendar months
from the date of the first publica-
tion of this notice. Each claim or
demand must be in writing and
must state the place or residence
and post-office address of the clai-
mant and must be sworn to by the
claimant, his agent, or his attorney,
or it will become void according
to law.
Is/ WILLIAM LESTER BURKETT
Administrator of the Estate of
Jesse Lester Burkett, deceased.
SRS-4t-10-31
NOTICE TO BID
Bid No. 13
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida
will receive sealed bids at the City
Hall, City Clerk's Office, Port St
Joe, Florida until Tuesday, Novem
ber 19, 1963, 5:00 o'clock P.M. for
the following:
5,000 lbs. Calgon:
A glassy sodium polyphosphate
in ground, plate, pea and lump
(walnut size) form; quickly and
easily soluble in water.
Color, water white.
Odor, none.
Na20/P2I5 Ratio (Molor) 1.1/1.C
P205 Content (Minimum) 67.5%
Na20 Content (Maximum) 32.5%
Solubility (at 75 F. .150 parts in
100 parts water.
Density:
Ground, 84 lbs/cu. ft.
Plate, 80 lbs./cu. ft.
Pea, 87 lbs./cu. ft.
Lump, 87 lbs./cu. ft.
pH of 1% Solution 6.8 Hygro
scopic.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to refuse any or all bids.
J. B. WILLIAMS 2t
City Auditor and Clerk


Richards failed to show up for his
presentation. Former Tigers John
Robert Smith and Dr. Bob King
provided the gifts.
Guest of the club was Robert
Marlow of the Key Club.

Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe High School
Monday, November 11
Italian spaghetti, cheese wedge,
sliced carrots, snap beans, red cab-
bage salad, slaw dresisng, coconut
cake. bread, butter and milk.
Tuesday, November 12
Glazed ham loaf, buttered rice,
sweet potatoes, turnip greens, corn
bread, sliced tomato, cookies, but-
ter, bread and milk.
Wednesday, November 13
Shepherd pie with mashed po-
tatoes, English peas, tossed green
salad, chocolate fudge cake, milk,
bread and butter.
Thursday, November 14
Chicken and noodles, frozen
white beans, pineapple salad on
lettuce, hot rolls, butter and apple
jelly.
Friday, November 15
Tuna fish salad, lettuce, Ritz cra-
ckers, sliced tomato, buttered po-
tatoes, fresh apple pie, milk, but-
ter and bread.









Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Paul .Whit-
field, Sr., announce the birth of a
son, Joseph Paul, Jr., on October
29,
Mr. and Mrs. Armond Brady
Traylor announce the birth of a
daughter, Linda Jo on October 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Ashley
Wood announce the birth of a son
Ashley Lee on October 31.
Mr. and Mrs. Benny Joe. Hudson
announce the birth of a baby boy,
Thomas Craig on November 2.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
. ena The Star to a triea.


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It


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write mom and dad Boyles??? And, the problem ovir with-our preacher
here I sit laboring over this Tattle! and l. ., lo, and behold di'cov-
My energetic, slaving wife is ered he was'in.the midst of a simi-
standing over the kitchen sink lar situation. Now, our preacher is
washing dishes. May be that my a pleasantly human sort of fellow
conscious is saying: "Why don't and we were able to arrive at a
you really get busy and help the mutual conclusion -namely;, "It's
weary girl? Then' there's a friend wonderful, to...be-. alive: today. in
in the hospital I've been thinking God's great anr, beautiful world.
should be visited. I've been think- and We'll praise: Him the- whole
ing about a distant relative, now day long". So, we'll just go about
alone and in a rest home whom doing what we can and'-leave the
I've promised to write. Please rest for posterity! .End.
don't mention it, but there's a The fact still remains,.nmy friends
stack of reminders on my desk the need to get a--meagei'over to
from my patient creditors that you is great .Regardless :of. prob-
needs attention! We're getting rea- lems, frustrations,. interp tions
dy for a Slam Bang Sale and scores and delays you must make room
of price cards need to be made re- for Boyles big Thanksgiving Sale!
minding you of special savings on Unbeatable, unmatchable savings
every table, counter and rack! await you". It could meafi, too,
And here I sit with my teeth that you'll have an extra Tlikey
in my mouth whiling away time. for Thanksgiving Just skip
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important things that should be ing this happy, thahiful celebra-
done but, the cold fact is: There's tion. Be seeing' you RGB.-
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LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE
Amison's Seafood managed to
stay in first place by winning all
four games from Rich's Super Mar-
ket. Doris Amison was high for
Amison's Seafood bowling a 420
series. Lois Smith bowled a 411 and
Verna Burch a 407 series. High
bowler for Rich's Super Market
was Dot Swan bowling a 348 ser-
ies. Gloria Morgan was next with
a 331 series. (We won't mention
Sally Malone this week.)


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Jitney Jungle split their games
with Faye's Seafood Grill two and
two. Bowling hig hfor Jitney Jun-
gle was eJan Stebel bowling a real
fine series of 450. She had games
of 159, 155 and 13q. Ruth Ramsey
was next bowling a 394 series. High
bowler for Faye's Seafood Grill
was Ann Whittle with a 413 series.
Lucille Pierce bowled a 400 series.
The Whitfield Strikers lost all
four games to St. oe Natural Gas.
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the ball. Bowling high for Natural THE STAR, Port St Joe. Fla.
Gas was Wanda Oglesby with a THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1963
425 series. Next was Maxine Jen- was won by 76 pins by the Morn
sen with a 420 and Janet Heathwas won y ps e Morn-
with a 416 series. Ruby Lucas was ividual series as follows:
high for the Whitfield Strikers, IndividualMorning coffee
bowling a 368 series. Mary Brown, 445; Ann Whittle,
West Florida Gas Company won 378; Lois Smith, 481; Wanda Og-
three points allowing Team No. 8 lesby, 372 and Evelyn Smith, 339.
only one. Mary Brown took high eGulf County
series bowling a 498 series for Jean Stouer, 359; Jo Ferrell,
West Florida Gas. She had games 371; Wynell Burke, 334; Maxine
of 176, 155 and 167. Loyce Beaman Jensen, 413 and Evelyn Murdock,
was high for Team No. 8 with a 462.


357 series. Mary Harrison was next
bowling a 330 series.
Wanda Oglesby picked up a 1, 2,
6, 8, 10 split. Janet Heath picked
up a 2, 6, 10 split and Ruby Lu-
cas a 5- 7 split.
Team Standings W L


Amison's Seafood 22 6 T b .& V UVi
Jitney Jungle 17 11
Whitfield Strikers -- 15 13
Faye's Seafood Grill 14 14 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
--_COURT, GULF COUNTir,
West Fla. Gas Co. 13 15 FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
Rich Super Market -- 11% 16% IN RE: Estate of
St. Joe Natural Gas 11%2 16% ELIZABETH SANDERS,
Team No. 8 ----------8 20 Deceased.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
MATCH GAMES FEATURED FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
SUNDAY AFTERNOON ADMINISTRATOR
SUNDAY AFTERNOONTO ALL WHOM IT MAY
By Maxine Jensen CONCERN:
Tillman Chevrolet's team from Notice is hereby given that I
have filed my final returns as Ad-
Panama City and the Steak House ministrator of the estate of Eliza-
team from Port St. Joe met at the beth Sanders, deceased; that I
St. Joe Bowling Lanes Sunday af- have filed my petition for final
ternoon with the local team taking discharge, and that I will apply to
the Honorable Sam P. Husband,
. three of four points. County Judge of Gulf County,
Tillman's won the first game by Florida, on December 2, 1963 for
52 pins. The Steak House came approval of the same and for fin-il
back strong to take the second discharge as Administrator of the
Estate of Elizabeth Sanders, de-
game by 78 pins and the third ceased.
game by 60 pins and total pins by October 30, 1963.
86 pins. Nice going fellows. Rev. Charles P. Price
Individual series as follows: Administrator of Estate of
Elizabeth Sanders, deceased.
Steak House Cccil G. Costin, Jr.
Winton Ferrell, 515; Lee Taylor, 221 Reid Ave. 4t-10-31
476; Ralph Moss, 458; Waring Attorney for Administrator
Murdock, 507 and Al Jensen, 491.
Tillman's Chevrolet IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR
Joe Roche, 529; Al Masse, 415; GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Ron Wagner, 508; Andy Webb, 485 IN RE: Estate of
and L. Vickers, 493. ANNIE ELIZABETH DICKENS,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
LADIES BOWL MATCH FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
GAME SUNDAY AFTERNOON ADMINISTRATORS
A team from the Morning Coffee TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
League and from the Gulf County Notice is hereby given that we
have filed our final return as ad-
Ladies League bowled on Novem- ministrators of the estate of Annie
ber 3. The morning coffee girls Elizabeth Dickens, deceased; that
took three points and the Gulf we have filed our petition for final
County girls managed one point, discharge, and that we will apply
Th first game was won by the to the Honorable S. P. Husband,
The first gaime was won by the County Judge of Gulf County, Flor-
Coffee League by 43 pins. They al- ida, on 23rd day of November, 1963
so took the second game with 88 for approval of the same and for
pins. final discharge as administrators
The Gulf County League won the of the estate of Annie Elizabeth
The Gulf County League won the Dickens, deceased.
third game by 55 pins. Total pins Dated this 11th day of October,


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intes ectlon Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS 8. HARRIS, D.D., Minlter

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


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.
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Gaston L. Dickens
Estelle Dickens Mosely
Benjamin H. Dickens
As Administrators of the
Estate of Annie Elizabeth
Dickens, deceased.
Benjamin H. Dickens
1101 Piedmont Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 4t-10-24


Attorney for Petitioners
NOTICE TO BID
BID NO. 12
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida
will receive sealed bids not later
than 5:00 P.M., Tuesday, November
19, 1963, for:
1. Gasoline, Regular.
2. Gasoline, Hi-Test."


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3. Oils and related produets.
These products to be used in
City Vehicles during the year 1964.
Tanks and Pumps to. be furnish-
ed by successful bidder.
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida
reserves the right to reject any,
or all bids received.
J. B. WILLIAMS
City Auditor & Clerk 2t-10-31


On Sept. 21, we set out to test the stamina ana
rugged construction of a specially equipped and
prepared team of 1964 Comets at Daytona, Fla.


During this challenging event, these Comets re-
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Spone oPeach Pie 39c
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A&P all purpose Oil, qt., 6 oz
DEXOLA (7c off) .... 46c
Detergent Tablets
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Miracle
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Beef Gravy .... 2 for 39c
Facial Tissue, 60's
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Mortons Frozen, 8 oz.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1963


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COMMERCIAL LEAGUE
By John Akins
On alleys one and two Team No.
5 and Boyles tied up for the first
time this year. Team No. 5 took
two points as did Boyles. Team
captain for the Boyles team had
this to say: "If we ever get five
bowlers out here we will be
tough." High man for Team No. 5
was Al Jensen with a 463 series
following Al were Everret Zeigler
and Jim Beaman with 427 series.
Archie Floyd, Sr., was high man
for Boyles with a 488 series, fol-
lowed by Rankin Morris with a 487.
Alleys three and four saw Vitro


receive be based on your correct
total earnings? Can you answer
these questions?
John V. Carey, Manager of the
Panama City, Social Security dis-
trict office, said the answer many
people give to these questions is,
"I don't know."
He also said, "Studies show
most of us know exactly what our
insurance policies p r o t ect us
against, exactly what we would be
paid if we lost an eye, an arm or
even our life. However, most of us
take our Social ySecurity for
granted."
Mr. Carey said each workerI
should make certain that every
cent he earns goes on his Social


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Nov. 7

thru 16


Bowling News
By MAXINE JENSEN and what I have been told was,
There was a meeting of the "the mighty Costins". They were
Northwest Florida Bowling Confer- not so mighty Thursday night in
ence at the Four Winds Restaurant losing three points to a good Vitro
at the Panama City Marina, on No- team. Costins were led by Tommy
vember 2. Leisure time was en- "one stroke" Pridgeon with his 530
joyed by all for one hour. The sup- series. Following Tommy was John
per was served after which the Hanson with his 513. A fellow by
meeting was called to order at the name of Wayne "head pin"
7:30 p.m. Ernst led the Vitro team with a
The NWFBC offered to help the 531 series, followed by Billy Joe
Port St. Joe Bowling Association Richards with his 517.
with any problem that may arise. Alleys five and six were sche-
Reports were given by all officers duled for Michigan Chemical and
of the conference. The main busi- The Stevedores, but they postponed
ness was to elect a first vice presi- until a later date.
dent to fill a vacancy which has Team
occurred and to give report on the Team Standings W L
NWFBC tournament to be held at Costins 21 7
Tallahassee on February 1, 2, 8 Michigtroan Cher ices .------18 10
and 9 with the 15th and 16th left Michvedoigan Chemical-- 12 12
open if needed. Stevedores 11 13
The cost of this tournament will Team No. 5 10 18
be as follows per player: $4.00 a Boyles 8 20
team; $4.00 for doubles; $4.00 for
singles and $2.00 for all events. T
Further literature and application Keep Tabs On
blanks will be furnished to every
team captain at a further date. S S Payments'
A request was made by second S. aym InS
vice president, Al Jensen, for a How much would your family re-
year book by one of the adjoining m ol ur
conference to be sent to him to be ceive from Social Security if you
used as a pattern for the Port St. should die or become disabled dur-
Joe's first year book. ing this year? Will the amount theyI


Security earnings record before
death, disability or retirement oc-
curs. He advised every worker to
keep his Social Security card han-
dy and show it to his employer
when he goes to work. Many work-
ers try to give thier numbers to
their employers from memory. The
district office manager said this
is not a good practice and in-
creases the chance of the number
being reported wrong.
"What if my earnings are not all
on my record?", is a question fre
quently asked. Mr. Carey said, "You
or your family will most likely get
a smaller Social Security check
when retirement time comes
around or if you die or become
disabled." He advises each worker
to check his work record every
three years. A free postcard form
for that purpose is available at his
office.
Mr. Carey says to remember,
"The amount of the Social Secur-
ity check you finally receive will
depend on how much of your earn-
ings are correctly shown on your
own earnings record." He urged
workers not to take a chance on
tie earnings record being wrong.
"If you haven't checked with us
in the last four years to see if your
own earnings are being correctly
reported by your employer, do so
at once," he said.
The local office is at 1135 Harir-
son Avenue, Panama City. The tele-.
phone number is PO 3-5331.

Guests From Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dare had as
their guests for the week end, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Bowden of Jackson-
ville.

Visit for Week End
Mrs. J. L. Harrison, 225 9th St.,
spent several days last week in
Fort Walton Beach with her daugh-
ter an dson-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Flint. The Flints accompanied
Mrs. Harrison home last week end
and spent the week end here in
Port St. Joe.
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WASHINGTON, D. C. -Team
* teaching, teaching machines and
the elimination of school grades
may all be valuable techniques in
providing for individual differences
among students, says a new Na-
tional Education Association study
of American public school instruc-
tion.
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should be adopted only after care-
ful, local evaluation.
The report is "Planning and Or-
ganizing for Teaching", written by
Dr. John I. Goodlad for the national
committee of the NEA Project on


3-J 458 *These slip.proot
mats wilplitay
in place.


Instruction. The committee was dicate a student's ability. "In the
headed by Melvin W. Barnes, su- United States," he points out, "the
perintendent of schools- in Port- academic achievement range is
land, Ore. Project director was Ole more than four years in a fourth
Sand. grade class, and so on. Less than
Goodlad ,director of the Center 15 per' cent of a fourth grade class
for Teacher Education and the i at grade level in all subjects at
University School at the:University l iid-year"
of California, Los Angeles, says 'Terefore, he says, promotion
there are three ways of organizing from grade. to grade doesn't really
a school sequence of instruction- reflect the student's ability. And
by grades, by broad steps that may for students- who fail to win pro-
include what normally would be motion, the effect is. worse.
three or four grades, and by hav- "Nonpromoted. children achieve
ing no grades at all. no more during their year of repe-
Grades, he says, don't really in- tition than their promoted, equally


slow-learning age-mates. In fact,
such children often show up less
well on achievement tests after a
year of repeating the grade than
before doing so."
And yet automatically promoting
students is not the answer, either,
according .to the book. As an alter-
native to nonpromotion, social pro-
motion, social promotion is: less
than satisfactory, too, because this
practice often moves the slow-
learner into a classroom environ-
ment of still greater demand."
So- what can be done?
Posibly multi-graded or non-


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graded systems.
Within either of these patterns,
the student can more easily move
at his own best rate, neither drag-
ging down the bright student who
could g6 faster but is held back to
a slower "grade" pace, nor rushing
a slow student into a frantic race,
he can never win.
But the book, even while urging
the schools to innovate, warns that
careful evaluation must precede in-
novations.
This goes for team teaching and
teaching machines, too.
But these two new teaching
ideas, like non-grading, can make
the most of the individual abilities
of each student and each teacher,
the book points out.
Team teaching, for example, can
take advantage of the individual
abilities of teachers. When a team
of teachers is pulled together, each
teacher can be a specialist and'
concentrate on teaching that spec-
ialty. On another subject, another
specialist on the team can do the
teaching. And while one teacher is
teaching a large group, the others
on the team can perhaps be help-
ing smaller groups of students in
their own specialties.
The teaching machine can take
advantage of the individual abili-
ties of the student, allbwingl him
to progress at. his owir rate: The
machine, really, is: nothing more'
than a container for what is really
significant-the programmed in-
structional materials .These may
also be put together in book form.
Programmed materials let the
student work by himself, with oc-
casional help from the teacher on
especially sticky problems. But the
student works as an individual
with programmed instruction. His
abiliay is the sole propellant. It
alone determines the speed at
,which he learns: He's neither drag-
ged aliead beyond hiitFcaacity, nor
held back beyond his patience.
Other recommendations are on
the selectiohiof'new courses, group-
ing students by ability within,
class, flexiblI1: scheduling, instruct
tional materials centers, data pro-
'cesisng, designing schools, educa-
itional TV, when to tethb what, au.
tomati6n, and' the self-contained
classroom.


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