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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 14, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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: WENTYiSE i ENTH YEAR




:ETAOIN SHRDLU
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY


We think it is a bit premature
to begifi wondering about the econ-
6' s po moing the county seat.
At the. prese t pace of :things, it
lo6ks as. if. it will be* some months
yet 4pfore the i matter is even brtt
Jto 4, te. .
aibt the Gull County Breeze
took the matter to task last week
in the 'light -of new taxes and
made allegations that we think
holild be answered.
'Al 'yit of all there was the subject
&, additional 'taxes to build a new
cotift houie. This, is true. Taxer
would 'be needed to. build a new
*obitlhotise. But this states only
.half of thd subject.
,' --ar the aspt three to four years,
theIe hM been much discussion
ahd plamnihg toward enlarging and
thmdbrnizing the present courthouse
at a considerable expense.
fhe State Department of Prisons
and Circuit Judge Warren L. Fitz-
1ptrick have been hot after the
d6unty for the last year to 4o some-
htlig' about the jail situation in
Sthe present courthouse.
th e county has been told by good
advice that it: will be cheaper to
.buildia ew jail than it will to re-
aI* the old one. And of course, a
1eW jail would be foolish without
furnishing Sheriffs headquarters
in the hew quarters.
the newspaper states that an
addiional,$1-to $2 million some
kind of tax money wilf,.be--eded
to pay for a new courthobaet .-
We don't agree with mate at nH for this reag6n.
.. t6lipe. c.T'fy Ba j? l 'bids
fo'r-a three story FURNLHIJ
courthouse at a cost of $477,000.
ang a new courthouse at a cost of
$711,000. The AN Railroad build-
ing cost $500p000-a figures round
figures). Anyor-all of the buildings
would be -more-than adequate to
meet Gulf onty'sneeds for a
courthouse.
The( editor of the Breeze laments
the r pt that the taxpayers will be
call upon to pay for this new
cenrfhouse. But, isn't it ironic that
morethani halt.the taxpayers- (and
including all of those who are pay-
ing over 70% of the county taxes)
are I& ones- advocating the.move
and m active -in pushing the pa-
tition. to the matter of moaning
nver the tax ~lbll"seem immaterial
toilf since those who must pay the
'tifl are asIing-vehemently--to
have the privilege of doing so.
As far as sensiblee economic
-thinking" is concerned, we do not
elieve that the county can con-
ue to operate In the present
-4uarters. It was all right 38 years
ago, and served is purpose well.
gBut Gulf county has grown during
-the past &'-years and its needs for
county services and housing has
grown acor4 gly.
But it sttuly'econonucany
unsound to provide more facilities
at a point 28 miles from 75% of
the people tofthe-coiinty,
Schools Brought Up
Mr. Bandjough made the follow-
ing closing remarks:
"If we're bent on spending mon-
ey, it seems to me the county would
be far better served if we directed
our efforts toward an area that
cries out for help-our school sys-
tenm; -where all along 4he. line we
seem to be satisfied with the mini-
mum or less .."
Mr. Bandjough also stated the
cause of this situation earlier in
his artidcr-whieh he stated:
"And if you're not now a county
taxpaper,.it can't- be long before
you will be You've got Sammy
Patrick on your side now, but even
he can'tlast forever. When he goes,
as some- day he-must, the long hon-
eymoon will be over".
If holding back progress through
such tax shenanigans as have pre-
vailed throughout Gulf county for


the past years is "protection" all
we can hope for Is that we be de-
livered-froii -such "protection".

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Customers Begin Receiving Natural Gas In City This Week


The St. Joe Natural Gas Company turned on
the first of two of its new gas distribution cen-
ters in Port St. Joe last week, bringing natural
gas to the city for the first time.
Gas was turned on in that area North of the
First Street area and is now serving: over 100
customers.
Mayor Frank Hannon did the ceremonies of
turning on the valve for the first time last week.
-Hannon is shown in the top photo turning on
the valve. Looking on, are left to right, Darwin
Oglesby of the Harbert Construction, installing
the system; Joe Stricklan, local manager for the
gas firm, Hannon, Ed Schaeffer of Harbert Con-
struction and Dan Martin, who is making conver-
sion of customers appliances over to natural gas
as the system is completed .


In the bottom photo, Hannon looks on as
Stricklin (left) and Oglesby show their first gas
,meter installed on Avenue C.
With cold weather showing up in Port St.
Joe in the last few days, the company is working
long hours at present to complete their distribu-
tion system.
Manager Stricklin said that plans are to have
gas turned on in downtown Port St. Joe to Fifth
Street early next week. He pointed out that wea-
ther conditions may alter this schedule somewhat.
Work is also progressing in the laying of pipe-
line for distribution throughout the residential
section of Port St. Joe. Stricklin says that plans
are to be finished with the system within the
next three weeks. (-* photos)


FHP 'Operation Trackdown'


In City Area This Week End


,"Operation Trackdown" will be
held in Gulf County this week end
due to the combined efforts of the
Florida Highway Patrol, city police
and the Gulf County Sheriff's De-
partment, to curb accidents, injur-
ies and death on the highways in


Gulf County.
During this operation extensive
use of Florida Highway Patrol
planes, radar and speed timing de-
vices will be used to control unlaw-
ful driving practices. Unmarked
patrol cars manned by uniformed
men will be used in this area.
Law enforcement officials re-
quest the cooperation of the pub-
lic in this traffic safety effort.
Captain K. D. Sconiers, area
commanding officer of the FHP
said, "We believe that such efforts
will result in saving many lives".
A need for such a program is
pointed out by some of the traffic
accident statistics over Gulf Coun-
ty highways during recent months.
The FHP reports that four major
accidents have occurred on State
Road 30 or U. S. 98 recently. The
time of occurrence of all four ma-
jor accidents was between 6:00 p.m.
and 12:00 midnight. Causes of the
accidents were: unlawful speed,
driving on the wrong side of the
road and violation of right of way.
r Four have been killed in traffic
. accidents in Gulf County this year.
This is already twice the number
killed on the same roads last year,
and the year isn't over yet.
The City of Port St. Joe has had


one traffic fatality this year; its
first in several years.
-In addition to regular law en-
forcement stationed in Gulf Coun-
ty, four additional Florida Highway
Patrol Troopers will be on duty
during this special effort to en-
force safe driving.
City Police Chief H. W. Griffin
asks the cooperation of all Port St.
Joe citizens in this effort.


"Toys for Tots"

Collection Begins

For Yule Program
The annual Jaycee Christmas
"Toys for Tots" collection cam-
paign is now in progress with
collection drop-off points locat-
ed at City Hall, Campbell Drug
and Florida Bank.
Pick-up of large toys at your
home will be a Jaycee project on
Saturday morning from 10:00 to
12:00 a.m.
The Jaycees will repair and
distribute these toys before
Christmas. The Jaycees will have
their big blanket in the Christ-
mas parade on December 7 to
collect change to help defray the
cost of this program. All money
derived from this source will be
used to buy repair parts for old
toys and some new toys.


Tickets On Sale

For First Annual


Rotary Charity Ball

Tickets go on sale this week for
the first annual Rotary Club Char-
ity Ball, is was announced this
week by Ball Chairman, Bob Ver-
vaeke.
The Ball, designed to be a top-
notch affair is being sponsored by
the club to raise funds for giving
dental care to underprivileged
children.
The gala event is being financed
entirely from the club treasury and
all funds derived from ticket sales
will go to this charity cause.
Music for the event will be by
Charlie Cooper and his orchestra.
The event will climax "Consti-
tution Day" on December 7. It will
begin at the end of the big day in
Port St. Joe, at 9:00 p.m. and last
until 1:00 a.m. The party will be
held in the Centennial Building.
Those desiring to reserve tables
for this night should call J. A.
Mira, reservations chairman, at
227-2711 during the day or 648-4128
after 5:00 p.m.


Jaycees Make

Awards to Bike

Rodeo Winners
The Jaycee Bicycle Rodeo Com-
-mittee wishes to thank all of the
boys and girls for their interest
shown in the program and for their
conduct at the program. Thanks
also to those fathers that assisted
in the program.
The children, with their bikes,
arrived at the Rodeo sites at 9:00
a.m. The children viewed a movie
on bicycle safety while strips of
red and white reflective tapes were
being put on their bicycles. After
the movie the boys and girls rode
their bikes through an obstacle
course where their ability to bike
safely was judged. Those receiving
highest scores were awarded merit
gifts for their performance. Those
receiving awards were: Freda Sut-
ton, Russel Burch, Beth Brown and
Bob Faliski, Jr., each a student at
the Port St. Joe Elementary School;
Brenda Skipper, Sara Jane Arm-
strong, Jimmy Mayfield and Ronnie
McCardle, each a pupil at the High-
land View Elementary School.
The Jaycees will be looking for-
ward to seeing all of the children
at the Rodeo next year.


Sharks Lose Close Game To Bonifay;

Will Play Host To Quincy Tomorrow


A 55-yard run in the third per-
iod last Friday night produced the
winning touchdown for Bonifay
over Port St. Joe in a hard-fought
football game in the Holmes Coun-
ty stadium.
Bonifay took the game with a 19-
13 victory over the Sharks.
The Sharks came back in the
fourth quarter with a six-pointer
and a conversion, but couldn't get
the final score to win the game.
Tommy Sisk made both touch-
downs for the Sharks, the hard
way. In the second quarter he scor-
ed from the five yard line and in
the last quarter from the one yard
line. The extra point was made in
the final quarter on a pass play
from Cathey to Burleson.
The Sharks begin their last two
games at home tomorrow night
when they tackle Quincy in home
quarters. Quincy has caught their
lumps this season, just like the
Sharks, so tomorrow's game should
prove to be a close one.

Visits Son and Family
Mrs. J. G. Alligood has returned
to her home in Meigs, Ga., after
spending a week here visiting with
her son and family, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Alligood.


Kiwanis Hears

Historical Talk
W. C. Roche, Kiwanis member,
spoke to the club Tuesday, giving
a bit of unknown history in the
signing of the Florida Constitution
in old St. Joseph.
Roche told about his great grand-
father in his talk, who was one of
the signers of the original Florida
Constitution.
Stephen J. Roche, great grand-
father of W. C. Roche, was born
in Bordeaux, France in 1790. He
came to the U. S. and Florida in
1825. He landed at Pensacola, pur-
chased some trade goods and start-
ed up-river where he settled near
what is now Vernon, the first set-
tler of that community. The young
pioneer was a doctor.
Where the young Frenchman
landed near Vernon became known
as Roche's Bluff and is still known
by this name today.
In 1838, when citizens desired to
make Florida a state, Roche was
named by the settlers of his area
as spokesman of their group. They
set out for St Joseph by ox wagon


Pridgeon Gives List of Names

For Checking of Legality of Petition


County Tax Collector Harland 0.
Pridgeon presented his list of cer-
tified taxpayers to the County Com-
mission Tuesday for their use in
certifying a petition presented to
call a special election to decide
whether or not to move the county
seat.
The list was presented to check
signatures on the petition, since
only those residents paying taxes
and registered to vote in Gulf
County are eligible to sign such a



County Calls for

Bids On Two

Pick-up Trucks
The Gulf County Board of Com-
mission voted Tuesday to call for
bids for two trucks.
One truck, to be used by the
Road Department, to be purchased
is a half ton 6-passenger panel
truck. The County proposes to
trade a pick-up truck on this vehi-
cle.
A second vehicle will be pur-
chased for the mosquito control
department. This department has
asked Tor a' four-wheel drive %-
ton truck to. be purchased with
funds in the mosquito control bud-
get.
Other Actions
The County voted to pay $30:70
to Virgil Mayo of -Blountstown as
their share f the Public Defender
costs. A good deal of discussion
was held on this subject and the
County's already incurred heavy
court bills this year. After the dis-
cussion, the Board moved to make
the payment.
It was pointed out to the Board
that a flat monthly expense ac-
count of $75.00 could no longer be
paid to the County Agent for travel.
The new law requires that the
county pay out expense money-
only for miles traveled, whether it
is more or less than $75.00 per
month.
Jesse V. Stone reported to the
Board that Governor Farris Bryant
had made application to the U. S.
Government for purchase of St.
Joseph Point to develop into a
state park. Stone also requested
the Commission to ride with him
over a suggested road route to the
park area, which would be reason-
ably economical for road construc-
tion.
Mayor Frank Hannon requested
and received a grant of $100.00 to
be used in promoting the Centen-
nial Day in Port St. Joe on Decem-
ber 7. The money will come from
the county advertising fund.


'Revival Slated At
White City Baptist
Revival services will be held
next week at the First Baptist
Church, White City, according to
Glen Savell, pastor.
Steve Knight of Moss Point,
Miss., will be the evangelist and
the song service will be conducted
by Edward Ramsey.
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Tennessee Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilder and
son Todd of Sewanee, Tenn., left
Monday after visiting here with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
McKnight r. and Mrs. B. W.
Wilder.

Guests of Zipperers
Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Zipperer had
as their guests last week end, Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Koon from Mayo,
Mrs. Koon is Mr. Zipperer's niece.

and after a trip of about three
weeks arrived for the Convention.
Being spokesman for his group,
Roche signed the Constitution doc-
ument.
The party made a raft to cross
east bay with their wagons and sup-
plies and used the raft on their
way back home.


petition. The County Commission
must check this list against the pe-
tition to see if it comes up to, the
aw.
Another list was to be present-
ed Tuesday, and must still be pre-
sented before the check can take
place that of a certified list
of qualified voters in the county
to also check against the names
on the petition.
Attorney David Carl Gaskin
said this list was not necessary
at this time since the Clerk of
the Court, must check and verify
Pridgeon's list before it can be
used.
Both Gaskin and Attorney Mayo
Johnson questioned Pridgeon at
length concerning his list and what
information it contained.
Johnson represents a group
known as the Little Taxpayers, who
are opposing the petition to call an
election.
Pridgeon told his questioners
that: .
His list included only those
who paid real estate and personal
property tax in 1962.
It did not include those who
did not pay their taxes.
The list included all listed
owners of property on which taxes
were paid.
In cases where one taxpayer
appeared on the rolls more than
once, such property owner or tax
Payer appears on the list only one
time.
The list showed no property
owners wholly homestead execpt.
Tom S. Coldewey, chairman of
the Committee for the Relocation
)f the County Seat, stated to the
Board that it had now been 60 days
since the petition was presented
and that it appeared as if delaying
tactics were being used. Coldewey
stated that he had in his possession
a certified list of qualified voters
on the 1962 rolls, obtained from the
office of the Supervisor of Regis-
tration, and offered it for, the
county's use in- checking the pe-
tition.
Commissioner -James McDaniell
asked the' question -whether or not
the Board can call .an election and
then let the court rule on- validity
of the petition later. Attorney Gas-
kin advised the Board-member that
such action would be illegal.
- Commissioner Player made the
motion that the Tax Colector's list
be turned over to the Clerk of the
Court for checking. The Board vot-
ed unanimous to follow this course
of action.












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Rev. and Mrs;. Jim Strickland

Revival In Progress
At Pentecostal

A revival is now in progress at
the Pentecostal Holiness Church on
Garrison Avenue in Port St.. Joe.
Guest speaker for the services is
Rev. Jim Strickland. Rev. Strick-
land along with his wife, Diana
also provide the special music for
the services.
The services will continue thru
each night this week and next week
at 7:30 p.m..
Rev. Jack Carter, and the con-
gregation of the church invite any
who will to attend any of these
special services.


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both of these courses are urged to
AdUlt School To be present at 7:00 p.m. Monday,
November 18.
Teach Communism
Counties Get Increase In
"The meaning of Communism" 'Race Track Money
will be one of the courses that will TALLAHASSEE State Comp-
be taught to adults starting Mon- troller Ray E. Green, said this week
day, November 18 at 7:00 p.m. in checks for $35,000 from the race
the Centennial Building. This is a track tax fund are being mailed to
vital world-wide problem facing each of the 67 counties.
the world. We should avail our- This is the first payment of the
selves of this opportunity to better current fiscal period and is $7,000
understand the goals and plans of more than each county received at
this movement, the same payment period last year.
First year algebra will also be The counties received a total of
taught starting on this date. $206,000 each last year from the
Any adult interested in one or fund.


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Mr. and Mrs. George Lovett Mo-
ses, Apalachicola announce the
birth of a son, Mark Wayne on No-
vember 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Levens,
Sr., 607 Park Ave., Highland View
announce the birth of a baby girl,
Stacey Elaine on November 4.
Mr. and Mrs. William Gene Coop-
er, 403 Madison Street announce
the birth of a baby girl, Anita Ann
on November 4.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
Visits Children
Mrs. Edwin Ramsey has returned
from a week of visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Edwin Ramsey in
Atlanta, Georgia; Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Ramsey and family, Greens-
boro, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. John
Kerigan and Jackie, Durham, N.
C., an relatives of Mrs. Donald
Ramsey in Norton, Va.


Monday where Mr. Kennedy will
.undergo another three weeks of
treatment.


Theta Rho Girls

Selecting Queen
The Theta Rho Girl's Club of
Port St. Joe is holding an election
for their queen.
Everyone is asked to help elect
the queen. Some jars are placed
about town to receive votes cast
for favorite candidates.
The queen candidates are: Judy
Williams, Judy Carter and Vicki
McGill.
Below, each candidate lists her
qualifications and reasons why she
would like to be queen.
Judy Carter
My greatest qualification is that
I truly want to serve as Theta Rho
Queen.
I have served as secretary and
vice-president. Now I am the presi-
dent of Theta Rho Club. I have
been an active member of Theta
Rho for almost three years. I have
gone to two assemblies, where I
sarvred a outside guardian last


summer. This year I am district
Visit Parents deputy president of our club.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Edwin Ram- I would really appreciate your
sey were the recent week end vote for Theta Rho Queen.
guests of the Edwin Ramseys in Thank you,
their new home at 1403 Constitu- JUDY CARTER
tion Drive. 0 %


CARD OF THANKS
I want to express my sincere ap-
preciation of all the kindness
shown to me through cards, gifts,
visits, and prayers while I was in
the hospital.
Your thoughtfulness gave me
much joy and comfort.
MRS. W. E .BOYER
Here for Week End
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kennedy visit-
ed here with their family over the
week end. Mr. Kennedy is under-
going a series of treatments in the
Emory Hospital in Atlanta. He
and his wife returned to Atlanta


Judy Williams
My name is Judy Williams and
I would very much like to be elect-
ed Theta Rho Queen. I have work-
ed hard for my club since I joined
in 1960. I am past-president of the
club and I have held two offices in
the Theta Rho Assembly and I am
now holding the office of state
chaplain. I consider it a very great
honor to be elected queen and I
will appreciate your vote and sup-
port.
Thank you,
JUDY WILLIAMS
S0*. .4>
Vicki McGill


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any American visitor to United
Nations headquarters will find
somebody there from his home
town.
You may be guarded by
Robert Bixler of Chicago, a
member of the U.N. security
staff, or guided by Seyril Siegel
of Columbus, Ohio, assigned to
Visitors Service. At the U.N.
Postal Administration counter,
you may buy stamps from
James D. Thompson of Tuc-
son, Arizona; and in the World
Health Organization's .22nd-
floor office you'd 'find Ruth
Mecklenburg, a private secre-
tary from Wahpeton, North
Dakota.
From the' third- basement
garage up to the 38th-floor of-
fice, where Undersecretary
Ralph .Bunche presides as the


I think I should be Theta Rho
Queen because, I have tried to do
my best for my club, attend all
meetings, and work on all club
projects. I try to help all: new mem-
bers get acquainted with the club
rules and other members.
I have followed the rules of the
club and have kept the secret of
the club to myself. Therefore I
think I can represent 'this club
fairly as the Theta Rho Queen.
VICKI McGILL


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some 1,500 Americans work
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Hundreds of others carry on
the U.N.'s work in every cor-
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An American team advises on
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'staff ;members at U.N. head-
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Long Avenue

Circle Meetings
Woman's Missionary Circles of
the Long Avenue Baptist Church
will meet next week as follows:
Circle No. 1: Tuesday, 9:30 a.m,
with Mrs. Durel Brigman, 1106
Long Avenue.
Circle No. 2: Tuesday, 9:30 a.m.,
Mrs. T. J. Braxton, 220 Seventh St.
Circle No. 3: Tuesday, 4:00 p.m.,
Mrs. J. A. Alligood, 308 16th St.
Circles 4 and 5: Tuesday, 7:30
p.m., Mrs. W. P. Dockery, 107 Yau-
pon Street.
Circle No. 6; Monday, 7:30 p.m.,
at the church.
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The Port St. Joe Garden Club
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Gladiolus Circle with Mrs. Cecil
Hewett.
Morning Glory Circle with Mrs.
George Tapper.
Members are asked to bring
Christmas corsages and to fix a
Thanksgiving arrangement using
fruit and/or vegetables with fol-
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FLORIDA ENGINEERS WILL
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The Gulf Coast Chapter of the
Florida Engineering Society will
see a film entitled "Steel Spans the
Chesapeake" at the next regular
business meeting to be held at 7:00
p.m., CST, Thursday, November 14,
at the City Hall in Panama City.
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.L GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
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UTORE PKRUONNCL
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Great Thanksgiving Celebrating Values
Plus GOBBLING TURKEYS and BLEATING GOATS .


Dear Friends:
You might as well not take up
your time reading this! It's going
to be a punk column. It's all mixed
up with turkeys and goats! Right
at the time we need to devote our
tim ediligently to humans who
wear clothes and shoes, not fea-
thers, hair and hoofs!
It all came about like this: I
wanted a pair of baby goats to use
in connection with a real bleating,
butting, grass roots economy sell-
ing campaign. I figured the kids
would really go for the little home-
less, harmless, affectionate animals,
only weighing about 10 pounds
each. The hard-hearted, weather-
beaten freedom loving mother had
kicked them off the bottle early
and they were instinctively adapt-
ing themselves to eating throw-
away things like milk cartons, old
newspapers along with domestic
roots and herbs. The upkeep ex-
pense would be practically nothing
and turkeys eat real rich, expensive
gobbling pellets, and pure ready
cracked corn. When they fill up
and there's still some left in the
feeders, they get extravagant and
kick the rest out of the cage. Takes
too much time to pick it up and
it usually rains, ruining the stuff.
Well it turned ..out thaLBob K.
and Mrs. B. won out on the gkey
deal. They werse al cocky' about,
it and, instead of one bird (a cus-
tomary Thanksh-gv1igsupply) they
came up with three, full-fledged,
1963 model, white feathered, red,
headed Florida Sunshine Turkeys!y
Now, this writer tries to get out
of as much work as possible at
BOYLES since that serious, but
not uncommon disease known as
TIRED BLOOD has overtaken the
boy! Well, to make a long, hard
story short as possible, these heal-
thy, hungry, gobbling birds have
kept me in a strut and trot doing
nearly everything a sock merchant


should not do! I've played valet,
waiter, water boy and house clean-
er along with the job of advertis-


Rotary Observes

Education Week
The Rotary Club observed "Na-
tional Education Week" last Thurs-
day with a program on education
presented .by faculty members of
the Port St. Joe High School.
On program w e r e Principal
Wayne Saunders, Mrs. James Har-
rison, Mrs. Edith Stone and Her-
man Dean. The instructors talked
about new courses that have been
added to the curriculum this year.
Mrs. Stone told of a new journa-
lism class that has been added to
the school. The course teaches to
learn to read and interpret news-
papers, get current events and
helps them in preparing the school
paper and school year book. The
class promotes cooperation initia-
tive, understanding of the press in
democracy today and an under-
stand of the publicity process.
Herman, Dean told of a new mu-
sic appreciation class which he is
teaching. Dean advocated that


ing man while the turkeys have IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
feated, gobbled and strutted COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
just as if they owned the place- In Re: Estate of
Than kgoodness, we gave one away JESSE LESTER BURKETT,
last Saturday and we'll welcome deceased.
the winner of a second one this All creditors of the estate of
Saturday! Think I'll give the win- Jesse Lester Burkett, deceased, are
ner of the final bird (on Saturday hereby notified and required to
the 23rd) a real French salute! file any claims or demands which
(END of Turkey Gabble). Reckon they may have against said estate
i n the office of the County Judge
you could possibly stand still for of Gulf County, Florida, in the
a little more Goat Bleating??? Courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor-
The fact is, my friends, those pa- ida, within six (6) calendar months
thetic, pleading little weaned goats from the date of the first publica-
i e g.a tion of this notice. Each claim or
were still preying on my mind demand must be in writing and
Sunday. Our family had assembled must state the place or residence
for dinner and after 'getting the and post-office address of the clai-
dishes washed (all we had left) I mant and must be sworn to by the
i claimant, his agent, or his attorney,
suggested that we take a nice lit- or it will become void according
tie ride out-to Simmons Bayou to to law.
see the little orphans! This was /s/ WILLIAM LESTER BURKETT
the straw that broke the camel's Administrator of the Estate of
bac! D gter G a and Gra- Jesse Lester Burkett, deceased.
back! Daughter Glenna and Grand- SRS-4t-10-31
daughter Paula fell instantly in
love with the pitiful, bleating lit- NOTICE TO BID
tie animals, while Bill (the son-in- Bid No. 13
law) walked around wringing his The City of Port St Joe, Florida
.. ntit wha t,,, _o. will receive sealed bids at the City
hands, knowing by instict what Hall, City Clerk's Office, Port St.
was coming! We'll get to the point Joe, Florida until Tuesday, Novem-
and -close this Goaty talk with the ber 19, 1963, 5:00 o'clock P.M. for
anticipated conclusion. We ended the following:
up ththegat te5,000 lbs. Calgoni
up with the goats in the car using A glassy sodium polyphosphate
a couple of my softpuiliows. Glen- in ground, plate, pea and lump
na and Pauila Holdig them with (walnut size) foim; quickly and
tender comassionand affection. easily soluble 1i- water. 4.
tedero~m._pa n~n fl o1or, water w.ite.: --
The. latest goat reort- from-Bi. 1 or, none. .'
informs us the animals are enjoy- XNa20/P2I5 Ratio .(Molor) 1.1/1.0
ingi their new 'home 'at Mexico P205 Content ,(Minimum) 67.5%
Beach had bldly walked into Na20 Content (Maximum) 32.5%
the living room .,,were chewing Solub100 parility (at 75 F. 150 parts in
on the decorative cloth covering Density:
the stereo!! Methinks you haven't Ground, 84 lbs/cu. ft.
heard the end of this goat story, Plate, 80 lbs./cu. ft.
while Mrs. B. feels that her worse Luea, 87 lbs./cu, ft.
half is goat headed! That means pH of 1% Solution 6.8 Hygro-
hard, doesn't it? Now, back to scopic.
'Boyles Department Store for real The City of Port St. Joe reserves
business minus goats and tur- the right to refuse any or all bids.
keys! S'long RGB. City Auditor and Clerk


FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- furniture, 125 gal. underground 506 8th Street. Call SUnset 5-8157,
room apart. Phone aBS-7701. tUc gas tank $2800. Phone 227-7846. tf Panama City.
FOR RENT: 2wo furnished apart- FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom
mints. Phone 227-5426, John brick home and small apart. OPENING FOR RAWLEIGH DEA.
Scott. tfc-9-19 ment, 1301 Long Ave., $11,000. LER in Gulf County or Port St.
Phone 648-4128. Mira. Joe. Established customers. Can
FOR RENT: House with business earn $2.00 to $3.00 hourly and up.
space attached, furnished or un- Write Rawleigh, FAI 100-1109,
fiiinished. Ph. 229-1361. tfeo--19 FOR SALE: Table, 6 chairs, match- Memphis, Tenn. 9-26-11-14
ing hutch and buffet, Dinette
FOR RENT: Two bedroom hbuse, styling. Charcoal finish, formica FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. Lo-
corner Tenth Street and Long top. Like new, $175.00. Phone 227- cated on 2 corner lots. Ideal lo-
Avenue. Call Mrs. Nora Duren. 8891, after 6:00 p.m. tp cation for schools, Well landscaped.
Phone 227-5471. tf-6-13 Located 301 16th St. Call 6484735.


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 9tt St. Also
2 bedroom unfurnished' apt Call
227-5111 or call by Smith's Phar-
macy. tic
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 Av tf4 _26


FOR SALE: 3 bedroom nice mod-
ern home with 2 porches, nice
carport, 200 foot front on Highway
71, White City. Call 229-1134. tfc
FOR SALE: Hotpoint water heater,
Magic Chef automatic gas range,
porcelain cabinet top, three doors,
Crosley apartment size refrigerator'
all in first class condition. Sold
separately or as unit. Call Mrs. H.
R. Brinson, 227-5.756.
FOR SALE: 1960 Cadillac. $2495.
Financing available. Will trade.
Bill Lynch, 206 Long Ave. .ltp


FOR SALE: Stucco house situated
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house fur- on 90'x150' lot. Near Elementary
nished or unfurnished at Oak School. 3 bedrooms. Hardwood
Grove. Call Bill Carr at 227-8111. floors. House insulated. Chain link
fence around back yard. Reasonably
FOR RENT: .Apartment. 3 rooms priced. Cal Wil Ramsey 7-3161
and bath, furnished. All private. day or 7-3646 night.
Water and heat furnished. Attic day or 7-3646 night.
fan. For couple only or woman. FOR SALE: 1964 blue MG. Contact
1301 Monument Ave., Phone 227- Jerry Wynn. Phone 227-8591. 2t
5301. 2tp-10-31 ...... .... ..-.


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment. 522% Third Street.
$45.00. Water furnished. Call 227-
8642. tfc-11-14
FOR RENT: Spacious 2 bedroom
furnished apartment Phone 229-
4261 between 9-6 pan.m. or 648-4600
after 6. tfc-11-14
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
,1506 Long Ave. Downstairs. Call
227-5426. John Scott. tfc-11-14
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


BUILD KREMUODEL KREPAIK
BARRIER BUILDERS
Dial 227-4636
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 schoQL


FOR SALE
Two bedroom house, Ig. den can
be used as 3rd bedroom. Many ex-
tras, :fireplace, separate dining
room. One bedroom cottage attach-
ed to Ig. garage. Corner lot size
112%x165.
Why pay rent? Pay owner small
equity and assume mortgage. Mo.
payments of $72.00 on 3 bedroom
house.
2.84 acres on Wetapo Creek, $1,-
500.00 Terms.
For more information on these
and other real estate listings con-
tact Mrs. Jean Arnold.
MRS. JEAN ARNOLD
THE PRIDGEON AGENCY
Insurance Abstracts
301 Williams Av. Phone 7-7741
LOST: Gold colored medallion be-
tween Brown Hut and Scheffer
Grocery on Mexico Beach. Libertl
reward. 648-3167. ltp
LOST: Brown framed glasses in
blue madris pocketbook. Lost in
vicinity of Motel St. Joe. Reward.
Phone 229-1331. itc
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.
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payments. Write Inventory depart-
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Paiafox St., Pensacola.


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such courses were not frills. He
cited a statement by James B. Co-
nant, former president of Harvard
who said: "I recommend that all
high school students should study
music and art". Dean said that life
would be drab, indeed, without the
arts to relieve tension and add to
our heritage.
Mrs. Harrison is teaching a new
course in humanities, which, in a
way, parallels Dean's course. This
class is studying at the present time
of the founding of civilization as
we know it today, by the ancient
Greeks. She said that the subject
is well received by the students.
As the year progresses, the class
will divert to other "humanities"
courses which will better help the

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.
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LET US SHOW YOU our beautiful
line of Christmas card. Stop by
The Star or call 227-3161.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Porr
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3163 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 oi
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


rHE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1963
students to understand the complex
make-up of man.
Mrs. Harrison said that these hu-
manities courses are now preferred
by most colleges.
Another new offering at the
high school this year is a glee club
which is also taught by Mrs. Harri-
son. She said that the music group
is just starting and doesn't have
much music, but it is growing in
interest and attendance.
Saunders .said that the school is
laying plans for a cooperation edu-
cation plan to be inaugurated. This
program would give credit to stu-
dents working at a job outside of
school which would prepare him
for future life.
Saunders also said that plans are
being laid for providing classes for
exceptional children.
Guests of the club were Al Shu-
ler of Apalachicola and Dr. Bill
Wager of Port St. Joe.


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Evelyn Jo Wood Becomes Bride ofU

Boyd Herbert Munn, III Saturday
The setting for the marriage of sented the wedding ic.
Miss Evelyn Jo Wood and Boyd The bride was given in mar-
Herbert Munn, III, was Trinity riage by her brother, Carl C.
Episcopal Church, Saturday at sev- Wood of Pine Bluff. She wore a
en in the evening, in Pine Bluff, full length gown of diamond
Arkansas. peau de sole and alencon lace
Miss Wood is the daughter of the re-embroidered with seed pearls.
late Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wood nf The bodice was designed with a
Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Mr. Munn is portrait neckline,-*.nd had long
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Her- sleeves softly shiO 4 at the el-
bert Munn of Port St. Joe, Florida, bow. Garlands o an down
The Reverend T. P. Devlin of- the front of the ant skirt
ficiated. In the church sanctuary and swept into &.ing cha-
at either side of the altar were pel train. The'b'i~ our-tiered
floor baskets of white Fugi Spider veil of silk illuion 11 from a
Mums softened with fronds of pill box hat of pia&tin accent-
Plumosus Fern. ed with cluster.i" ls. She car-
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with satin streamers. Her only
jewelry was a pearl necklace, a
gift of the groom.
Miss Joan Avant was the Maid
f Honor. She wore a floor length
own of white brocade satin with
loyal blue velveteen jacket and a
hatching circlet headpiece with
ouffant veil of white illusion. She
carried a colonial bouquet of hand
hinted chrysanthemums in match-
ng royal blue.
Bridesmaids were Misses Connie
lunn, sister of the groom, of Hat-
iesburg, Miss., and Mrs. Bobby
bright of Pine Bluff. They wore
owns identical to the Maid of Hon-
r and carried matching bouquets.
The flower girl was Miss Jo
Elizabeth Smith, niece of the bride,
She was dressed in miniature of
he bridesmaids. She carried a
olonial basket filled with royal
lue lsters. Steve Crowe served as
RingBearer. -
Michael Edward Munn of Port St.
Joe served his brother as best man.
Ushers were Robert Lee Munn,
brotherr of the groom, of Mobile,
Ala., and Paul Crowe of Pine Bluff.
W. A. King, III, was Acolyte.
Mrs. C. D. Smith, sister of the
bride, chose a gray wool tweed
suit with black accessories. Mrs.
Munn's sheath dress was of sapp-
hire blue boucle wool with
matching long coat. Her hat was
sapphire feathers and tulle and
she wore matching accessories.
Both Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Munn
wore a corsage of yellow-throated


orchids.
Reception
Immediately following the cere-
mony, a reception was given by
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Smith in the
Parish House. Bridal white and
green was the color scheme, and
banks of fern and chrysanthemums
were placed at vantage points in
the hall. Mrs. Al Arduengo kept
the bride's book at the table where
the bride's candle burned.
The bride's table was overlaid
with an heirloom circle cutwork
cloth of white linen over satin.
The four-tiered wedding cake, em-
bossed with roses of pale pink cen-
tered the table. Silver three-branch
candelabra with burning pink ta-
pers completed the setting.
The punch table was covered
with a matching linen cloth and
featured an arrangement of white
giant chrysanithemums and fern.
Silver appointments completed the
setting. Miss Dianhe Green of
Pine Bluff served the wedding
cake. Other hostesses Ivere Miss
Jo Ann Conner, Mrs. Sonny Harris
and Miss Juanita Baldwin.
For traveling, Mrs. Munn chose
a three piece, camel tan knit woo.
suit, with matching mohair jacke'
embroidered in brown with brow!
accessories. She wore an orchid
from her bridal bouquet.
After returning from a wedding
trip to the Smokey Mountains, th
couple will be at home at 20021%
Olive Street in Pine Bluff.
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light blue, navy, coral, pink
persian-rose, red, aqua, yel-
low, turquoise, mint green,
bone ,beige and grey.


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MONOGRAM COLORS:
White, black, red, rust, orange, purple,
lilac, navy, royal blue, med. blue, light
blue, aqua, turquoise, mint, kelly green,
light green, dark green, yellow, gold,
pink, beige and dark brown.


COSTIN'S


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of Port St. Joe entertained wtih a THE STAR, Port St. Jobe, Ft. THUi.bAt; NOVEMBER 14, 1963
seated dinner at The Plantation
Embers following the rehearsal for
the Munn-Wood wedding on Friday Hiah School


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and wholesale and retail trade at
364,900, up 3,600.
Finance insurance real estate,
and services held relatively steady
over the month.
SUPPORT THE SHARKS


night.
The dinner table was centered
with an arrangement of white
chrysanthemums and. fern. Wed-
ding bells and silver slippers were
featured as place cards. Burning
white tapers completed the setting.
Honored were Miss Jo Wood,
Boyd H. Munn, Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
Smith and members of the wedding
party. Guests included out of town
relatives and friends:-;.


Value of Forest

Cannot be Mesured

In Dollars, Cents
What is a forest worth?.
Such a question is not easily an-
swered, any more so than "what's
the price of sunshine," or "what's
the value of rain?"
True, the volume ofpulpwood or
sawtimber suitable for cutting
from a certain timber tract can be
estimated-and its value-- approxi-
mated in dollars. But that is yield,
a single harvest.
The wise timberland owner still
has a going forest, even after a
commercial cutting has been made.
In fact, .. after a proper. cutthe
remaining trees of the forest grow
more rapidly and more profitably
than they would have if there had
been no, harvest or sale.
A well-managed forest .is worth
more than a poorly managed for-
est.. And forest income from good
management through the years far
exceeds that of a forest unmanaged.,
Florida has, more than, 21,000,000
acres of forest land. Some .two-
thirds of. Florida's commercial for-
est land is held by 93,0007different
owners. About 60 per cent of the
total land.,area of the Sunshne
State is in forests.
Income from sale of forest pro-
ducts-wholesale value- exciids
$500,000,000 yearly.. The retail Val,
us is estimated in excess: -of .one
billion dollars.
1]ot in a single season, but year
'round, Florida trees head for the
market. This-.raw material is sold
by the tree farmer and A. .is chang-
ed, into even inore-valuable-pro;
ducts.
These products take many forms
Y -the list stretches from cellulose
to roller rinks to power line poles.
s Each change increases the-value
of the product. And each change
e adds to personal income, the entire
l economy, or indeed the value of th<
t forest itself. Each change employ!
n more workers, and each,. change
d makes life a little better for all.
Perhaps .the total and ultimate
g value of a Florida forest can never
e be known. With 5,000,,useful pro
2 ducts, already being fashioned fron
the forest,, science and industry
still look for more.
All may never; be found-and
hence a forest's value never full:
determined-but as a poet said o
other values, "they, sill are worthy
to be sought"


Unemployment In

Florida Continues

To Drop Off
TALLAHASSEE State Indus
trial Commission Chairman WorleY
Brown said this week that Floridi
unemployment in. September-. con
tinued to drop for the third straight
month.
October reports reveal that the
number of jobless workers in Flor
ida dropped 5,300 from August to
a total of 102,300in .September.
Brown said there were othem
economic plus signs in the Septem
ber employment situation.
Total nonfarm employment of 1,
396,000 was a gain, of 25,300 ovei
August and 37,600 above Septem
ber 1962. And every major employ
ment division except mining ani
construction showed increases ovei
a year ago.
"Several factors strongly in
fluenced the current upswing,'
Brown said. "The early maturity oi
citrus fruit in.:some sections of the
State quickened the pace of activi
ty in canning and preserving
plants and fresh fruit packing
houses. And contract construction
which moved sluggishly upward ir
August scored a better than usual
upturn in September."
Manufacturing at 220,600 in Sep-
tember was up 3,000 above August;
construction at 119,100, up 1,700;
transportation- communication- pub-
lic utilities at 100,900, up 1,400;


Lunch Menu
Port St. Joe High School
Monday, November 18 '-
Beef stew with vegetables, on-
ions, potatoes and carrots, mixed
green salad, hot rolls, butter and
jelly.
Tuesday, November 19
Hamburger, buns, dill and on-
ions, sliced tomato, buttered pota-
toes, snap beans, peaches, milk,
bread and butter.
Wednesday, November 20
Chicken and noodles, pineapple
salad on lettuce, English peas, car.,
rots and celery..strips, cake, bread,
milk and butter. .
Thursday, Novamber Ii
Barbecue hamburger on bun,.
slaw, sliced tomato, .fordhook lima
beans, milk, bread and butter.
Friday, November 22
Fried fish,.cornbread, plpw with
pickles, carrot sticks, milk, bread
.and butter.
VITRO WIVES WILL -
MEET TUESDAY -'-:- ,
Vitro Wives will meet at 'the
home of Mrs Sue' TUighthill 1903


Juniper Ave., Tuesday, November. ,'1. % ybU R '::
19, at 7:30 p.m. B -
All 'Vitro' Wives are urged to
attend.
NOTICE TO BIDDR
BID NO. 14
The. City of Port St. Joe, Florida
will received Sealed Bids at the
'City Clerk's Office, City Hall, Port Buzzeti's Drug Store
St. Joe, Florida until 5:00 p.m.,
Tuesday, November 19, 1963. Drive-In Window Service
1. 4" Diaphragm Pump, mounted
on Rubber Wheels with Wisconsin r Parking
Engine and 25' reinforced Suction 317 -WIlIams Ave.
Hosel with male fittings and foot
valve.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any, or all bids D
reeeied... ... '- W A D
s sCity-Auditor and Clerk -ELEC-TRIC SERVIC!
.517 First Street
NOTICE OF SALE
You ire hereby notified that the ELECTRIC MOTORS
following motor vehicle: 1959 Chev- Rewound and Repaired
rolet, Impala' F59A1.21417 will be COMPLETE PUMP
sold at public sale at 11:00 an.C, -
.o'clock'on the 20th day of Novem- REPAIR
ber, -1963, at St. Joe Motor Com-
pany, Port St. Joe, Florida. sale and then to the satisfaction
nTheiproceeds 6f the.salb flfbt bebl acb due under the con-
6011ed first to the aYdent or t'aet' covering the financing- of
the costs of. retaking, storing and said motor vehicle.
sale of said motor vehicle and the COMMERCTAT, CREDIT
cost of pubcation of notice of CORPORATION Ite
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It'm especially, timely now wheii those choice,'all-purpose Ruset
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Florida Garden Information


By Hervey Sharpe, Editor Bamboos can serve as a thermo-
Florida Agricultural Extension meter. You can estimate the tern-
Service perature by the rate of growth.
Bamboos are like some neigh- During chilly periods bamboo
bors-they are nice to have around culms barely inch along, while dur-
the house, if you overlook some ing hot, humid weather bamboo
of their faults. shoots may jump skyward 24 to
Bamboos are also socialites since 36 inches in 24 hours.
they are high flyers. The taller There are more than 400 species
species that reach skyward nearly of bamboos. Most of these grow
80 feet will cut off unsightly views, in the tropics, but there are a
while dense growing varieties will score or more varieties that are
give peek-proof privacy to any en- adapted to Florida. They range
Sfrnm midget-size canes to the giants


( Lsure.j
One small clump of the "switch-


cane" bamboo, if harvested and ap-
plied properly, will reduce juvenile
delinquency.
Other uses of bamboo are food,
shelter, implements and utensils.
Building codes may prevent con-
struction of a home from bamboo,
but who could object to an Orien-
tal model cook-out shelter on the
patio?
Bamboo food, of course, is limit-
ed to those who like to nibble on
tender shoots or those who crave
the cereal-like grain produced by
some bamboos.
Fishing poles, hanger rods for
the clothes closet, dart blowers and
musical flutes are among some
uses for bamboo. Sections of the
giant growing hollow cane are
ideal for planters for the Florida
room.


replace their old leaves with new
ones in the spring and early sum-
mer.
You can get a start of the bunch-
type bamboo by dividing a clump
of the roots after cutting off the
canes. The newly set clumps like
warm, moist earth to begin a new
life. So, steamy hot summer days
are best for setting this type of
bamboo.
The running bamboos do not
root readily from stem cuttings.
But, with a little care they can


that wave four-score feet into the be propagated from rhizome cut-
air. tings taken in late summer or in
There are two types of bamboo early spring. They can also be
according to growth habit. These transplanted by small plants with
are clump forming and running. pieces of rhizomes.
In the clump bamboos the culms, The length of time it takes to
or canes, are close together, be- grow a bamboo screen depends on
cause the buds which sprout, from the care you give the plants and
the base of the plant beneath the the soil. Under favorable condi-
surface of the ground immediately tions medium-sized bamboos will
turn upward to form a new sprout. reach maximum heights in four to
The running type bamboo sends seven years. The taller species
out horizontal underground stems may not reach top growth for 15
that distribute shoots at irregular years.
intervals-from a few inches to The bamboo is an interesting
several feet. If not kept in check, plant to watch grow. The culm,
the running-type bamboo can soon whether large or small, has the
take over a homestead by invading same diameter when it first comes
every area of the lot. above the surface of the ground
Bamboos like reasonably rich than it does when fully grown.
and moist soil but well-drained soil. This is especially interesting when
They are nearly all evergreen. In the large diameter culms blast off.
Florida most of these giant grasses If you are a close observer, you


THE STAR, 'Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1963


will quickly note that the sheath
that envelopes the culm is usually
pushed off as branches develop.
However, in some varieties the
sheaths remain attached for some
time. These sheaths are the "trade-
mark" for a number of the bam-
boos. Therefore, it is often quite
easy to recognize the better known
bamboo species from the sheaths
alone.
Bamboos in general seem to shy
away from common names. If you
are looking for medium-sized
clump-type bamboo, then try the
Bambusa multiplex. If your new
planting must be a colossal produc-
tion, then plant Bambusa arundi-
nacea. An in-between size bamboo
is call Disticha.


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1963


A Salute To Education Week

It was a fitting gesture that the people, of Florida made
toward the future of Florida last Tuesday by voting, espec-
ially for Amendment Number Two, providing funds for the
enlargement of the state's institutes of higher learning.
And, with "National Education Week" only six days
away from election day, it was a fitting debut for this na-
tionally observed week of education.
We think it fitting that the citizens stop to take a close
look at important things once in a while. We tend to take
them too much for granted.
Let's take some for instances.
We never stop to consider the intricate operations that
bring us water, electricity, telephone service and many other
services that we take for granted. We never give them a
second thought. No time is wasted with wondering whether
or not the source of supply will be available tomorrow or
:next week or next eyar. We take them for granted.
We think it tragic that we are also assuming this attitude
in such important items as our school services.
But, then, something comes along periodically to shake
'us up, disturb our lethargy and make us take a sober look
at our school system. If amendment number two had done
nothing else, it was valuable in that it provided facts for
,the citizens of the state to take a sober look at the future of
education in our state and nation. We need to take stock.
And, with approval of the amendment bythe voters, it is evi-
dent that some people were alarmed by what they saw.
It is distressing that so few voted. It is hoped that it
was from forgetfulness and not from disinterest that so few
votes were cast. If disinterest is what kept people from the
,,polls, then, despite our approval of this bond issue, our school
systems are in -for a hard time in the future.
It is hard to get something done when people are not
interested? ..



"Operation Trackdown" Needed

"Operation Trackdown" is coming to Port St. Joe this
week .. to remind us that people can get killed with auto-
mobiles, if they are not handled properly.
They say familiarity breeds contempt.
Port St. Joe has gone for at least 10 years without a
serious auto mishap within its corporate limits. Year after
year, the City has received the Florida Highway Patrol's
honor certificate for no traffic deaths. But this year the
skein was broken.
To be sure Crawford Bailey's death was accidental. It
was not intent of the owner of the car which killed him, to
run him down. It couldn't be helped.
But then, aren't they all accidents? Nobody would de-
liberately set out to fatally wound himself in an accident or
kill someone else. They are all accidents.
But many of them can be helped.
Port St. Joe has been tempting death on the streets for
several years now. When the lights go out the drag races
start. It is no secret to any citizen. You can hear the mo-
tors racing, tires squealing and the races are on.
Don't ask us why nobody has been killed as yet. We
can't figure it out.
Whether "Operation Trackdown" will eliminate this
practice, but surely the spotlight being placed on the danger
that is present in our county may make some people think.
Statistics put out by the Florida Highway Patrol for
the rest of the state are indicative that something in the
naure of "Operation Trackdown" is needed. We hope it
works out as planned.


We Didn't Win Them All, But...

The Port. St. Joe Sharks zre entering the home stretch
this week, and appropriately enough the "home stretch" will
be played at home. Tomorrow night the Sharks meet Quin-
cy and next Friday night they close out. the season against
Apalachicola.
We think the Shark's season was more than successful.
How do you say?
The Sharks haven't put a lot of wins in their sack, it's
true. But neither have they bowed down and played dead
to anybody,
And we can't remember when we have seemsuch a large
following for the Sharks, either at home or out of town.
The spirit both from the fans and the students has been gra-
tifying.


With the spirit as it has been, we don't think the city
could contain the exhuberence that would have come with
a winning season. So maybe, it is just as well that the
Sharks have not won more than they have.
At any rate we have seen first hand that it isn't a matter
of whether you win or lose, but whether you are proud of
What you have that counts. We think that pride in what
we have has been instilled this year, and for that we are
grateful.


Public Utilities Commission Ups Western

Union Message Rates Effective Nov. 1


GULF COUNTY

AGENTS NOTES
University Faculty Members
In the County
County agricultural and home de-
monstration agents, who form a
state-wide network for work in
cooperative extension, are actually
members of the faculty of the Uni-
versity of Florida.
As a member of the university
faculty, basically the extension ag-
ent's job is one of education. The
vast majority of county agents and
their assistants. actively pursue
higher degrees as a method of pro-
fessional improvement.


Tallahassee Western Union
message rates were increased eight
to 10 percent effective November 1
by an order of the Florida Public
Utilities Commission released to-
day.
The order confirmed a decision
announced by the Commission at a
public hearing in Jacksonville Oct-
ober 25, when Western Union said
it cost $170,877 on its intra state
services in 1962.
Revenues will be increased $129,-
635 a year by t h e n e w rates said
Commission Chairman Edwin L.
Mason. Regular message service
charges are about ten percent a-
bove the old schedule, and commer-
cial and news rates are abont eight
percent higher.
The Western Union said the new
rates on messages within Florida
are the same as those charged for


Florida's Extension Service has interstate messages, and have been
one of the finest records in the approved in 43 other states.
south in academic improvement. Of There were no objections to the ATLANTA, GA.-Pulj
the 66 county agents, 27 have com- increases a t t h e public hearing, vested in 90 per cent of
pleted masters' degrees. Of the 74 Chairman Mason and Commission- pared by the Southern
assistant and associate county ers Jerry W. Carter and Wilbur C. covers those counties wl
agents, one has a doctorate and King joined in confirming the new pulp and paper mills. I
30 have completed masters' degree, rate schedule. industry's importance
Thirty-eight agents and assistants e_ industry importance i
are currently enrolled in graduate + H. J. Malsberger said al
degree courses. Florida either have completed or of pulpwood in 1962. "P
In items of percentage, 68 per- are working on masters' or higher single foreign country o:
cent of all agents and assistants in degrees.

Elementary School
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, November 18
Baked beans, vienna sausage,
buttered spinach, cabbage slaw,
chocolate drop cookies (school
made). white bread. butter and


'"It would seem that every time its of his products, that does
the Federal Trade Commission not tell the consumer where
gets into the field of advertis- such products can be bought.
ing, it displays a vast ignor- *
ance of what is going on in the Thus, as a part of the entire
world. It is perhaps fortunate marketing effort, the individual
that there exists Senate and retailers have been given a
House Small Business Commit- small allowance, based on
tees that can show up the error their purchase amounts, to ad-
of the FTC ----. vertise themselves as places
ways. where these products can be
** A't bought, so the consumer does
Re ce nly not have to hunt around. Under
th e F T C the law, the allowances are
came out .. supposed to be equal on a pro
with a big rata basis.
blast aimed *
at the prac- But, as evidenced by the na-
tice of 2roups;-. .x ,: tionwide surveys conducted by
of indepen- 'i.; v. :' the National Federation of In-
den t mer :''. J dependent Business, this hon-
chants run- C. W. Harder est and above board procedure
ning. joint ads in newspapers has been subverted to engage
advertising the same items at in all kinds of hanky panky.
.the same price. The FTC, with *
the usual bureaucratic weasel Money collected for coopera-
wording, warned that this tive advertising is supposed to
might be illegal, be spent on legitimate newspa-
per advertising. But a few big
This somewhat incensed Rep. detailing outfits have put pres-
Joe Evins, chairman of House sure successfully to ccfloct the
Small Business Committee. A advertising money, but never
study was made. spend it on advertising, using
it instead to enhance their profit
The result was that Chair- picture or cut prices below in-
man Evins issued a statement dependent competition.
telling small businessmen to *
ignore FTC on this matter. This is not true with all big
retailers. Many are most care-
And now the Senate Small ful to see that every dollar col-
Business Committee, under the elected for advertising is spent
chairmanship of Senator John- for advertising. But there are
Sparkman is going quite thor- bad apples in the barrel.
bughly into this whole matter *
of cooperative advertising With few exceptions, the FTC
practices, and it can well be has never lifted its collective
that out of this investigation bottom off executive chairs to
will come some revelations -find out what is going on.
that will turn red the faces of *
FTC chair warming legions. Thus, it is possible, that be-
tween them, the House and
The principle of cooperative Senate Small Business Corn-
advertising has been a long es- mittees will dig up enough
tablished principle in Ameri- disclosures to cause these
can marketing. While a man- chair-bound investigators to
ufacturer will use national ad- wear out shoe leather instead
vertising to point out the mer- of trouser bottoms.
(P National Federation of Independent Business


milk.


Tuesday, November 19
Hamburger pie, with biscuit top-
ping, rutabagas, lettuce and toma-
toes, sliced peaches, white bread,
butter and milk.
Wednesday, Nov. 20
Steamed franks, buttered pota-
toes, turnip greens, pear salad,
cornbread and milk.
Thursday, November 21
Turkey and yellow rice, celery
sticks, white acre peas, strawberry
apple sauce, hot biscuits, butter
and milk.
Friday, November 22
Macaroni and tuna salad, green.
butter beans, spiced beets, ice
cream, white bread, butter and
milk.

Highland View Elementary
Organizes Student Council
Highland Vi e w Elementary
School has recently organized a
student council with representa-
tives from the upper four grades.
Of major importance at present is
the writing of the constitution.
Long range projects for the year
include the planting and care of
pine trees, assisting the PTA in
landscaping the grounds, selling
paper and pencils for the benefit
of bus students who may not leave
campus, and keeping the campus
attractive and clean.
Officers for the year are: Buddy
Boyette, president; Howard Mc-
Kinnon, vice president; Sarah Scott
secretary and treasurer. Other rep-
resentatives are: Robert Keel,
Brenda Skipper, Randy McIntosh,
Ronnie Butler, Wayne Hitchcock,
Lindsey Cruz and Roger McIntosh.



wood, the raw material of the pulp and paper industry, was har-
the South's counties during 1962. On the accompanying map, pre-
Pulpwood Conservation Association, Atlanta, the blacked-out area
which shared in supplying $500 million worth of wood to the South's
Pointing out that this indicates the extent of the pulp and paper
to communities throughout the region, SPCA General Manager
so that the South produced 60 per cent of the nation's total harvest
reductionn in this region," he added, "was greater than that of any
r of any area of comparable size in the world."


Airman Stallworth

Gets Assignment
LACKLAND AFB, Tex.-Airman
Calvin R. Stallworth, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Otis Stallworth of 315
Main Street, Port St. Joe, is being
reassigned to Dyess AFB, Texas,


for training and duty as a cook.
Airman Stallworth recently com-
pleted United States Air Force ba-
sic military training here.
He is a 1960 graduate of Wash-
ington High School. He attended
Florida A&M University at Talla-
hassee.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, la. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1963



Bowling News


By Maxine Jensen
After last weeks bowling three
teams were tied for first place so
the pressure was on this week. Raf-
field came out in the lead by two
points.
They took four points from St.
Joe Furniture, placing them in
third place. Raffield's Jean Stoufer
was really in there knocking down
the pins. She led her team with
games of 192, 143 and 161 for a
grand series of 496. Taking second
high game and series in the league,
Jo Ferrell and Evelyn Murdock
helped with series of 423 and 421.
Wynell Burke was giving a good
show for St. Joe Furniture with a
series of 454 consisting of games of
176, 126 and 152. Linda Akins sup-
ported with her 398 series.
Comforter's and Florida Nation-
al Bank were trying to see who
,could bowl worse and decided to
call it even by dividing the four
points two each. He one on these
two teams Managed a 400 series.
The only bright spot was Sue
Moore's (for Comforter's) 161.
Team Standings W L
Raffield's Fisheries ------24 16
Comforter's 22 18


St. Joe Furniture -------20 20
Florida Nat. Bank ------14 26

MERCHANT'S LEAGUE
Monday night was a big one for
Billy Joe Richards as he led the
alleys for high series with a 565.
Troy Gay for Carp's had second
high series with a 561. Carp's were
hot all the way round Monday
night as Virgil Daniels took third
high series for the alleys with a
525.
After a little trouble the first
two games, Robert Freeman led the
alleys for high game with a 245.
This is high game for the season
up to this point. Troy Gay for
Carps had second high game with
a 202. The outcome for Monday
night was: Pridgeon Agency took
the Steak House for four on alleys
one and two, Carp's Department
Store took Pate's Shell Service for
four on alleys 3 and 4, Vitro and
Team No. 5 split on alleys 5 and
6, two each.
For the second week in a row
the well known Jake "hard luck"
Koller led the Vitro team with a
517 series. Keep it up Jake and


you might make "anchor man". ; one game allowing West Florida
First high team series, Carps, Gas Company three games. Bowl-
2419; second high team series, Vit- ing high for Faye's Seafood Grill
ro, 2357; third high team series, was Ann Whittle with a 411 series.
Pridgeon Agency, 2351. Lucille Pierce and Alice Machen
First high team game, Pridgeon bowled 372 series. Mary Brown
Agency, 842; second high team bowled high for West Florida Gas
game, Vitro, 833; third high team with a 388 series. Ailene Abrams
game, Carps, 822. was next bowling a 358 series. Al-
League Standing W J. lie McDonald bowled a 322 series.
Steak House ---------26 9 St. Joe Natural Gas Company
Vitro 19 17 really took a beating this week
Carp's 17 18 when Team No. 8 took all four
Pridgeon Agency .---- 17 19 games. Wanda Oglesby bowled high
Team No. 5 ---------_ 16 20 for St. Joe Natural Gas with a 411
Pate's Shell ---------12 24 series. Janet Heath was second


LADIES' COFFEE LEAGUE
Amison Seafood downed the
Whitfield Strikers this week three
to one. Bowling high for Amison's
Seafood was Lois Smith with a 434
series. (We won't mention the oth-
er three bowlers this week). High
bowler for Whitfield Strikers was
Jerry Freeman bowling a 412 ser-
ies. Norma Zeigler was next with
a 357 series.
Rich's Super Market sneaked up
and took three games allowing Jit-
ney Jungle only one. Bowling high
for Rich's Super Market was Dot
Swan with a 377 series. Gloria Mor-
gan and Jonnie Sykes bowling a
366 and 327. For Jitney Jungle,
Evelyn Smith bowled a 405 series
and Jean Stebel a 391.
Faye's Seafood Grill won only


with a 355 series. Fern Guilford
was high for Team No. 8 with a
355 series. Loyce Beaman, bowling
a 333 series, Mary Harrison a 327
and Audrey Tanner bowled a 290
series (good bowling the first game
Audrey).
Team Standings W L
Amison Seafood Co. --- 25 7
Jitney Jungle --------18 14
Whitfield Strikers --- 16 16
-West Fla. Gas Co. ____ 16 16
Faye's Seafood Grill -_ 15 17
Rich's Super Mkt. ____ 14% 17
Team No. 8 ---------12 20
St. Joe Natural Gas __- 11% 19

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Hunting Do's and

Don't's Are Noted
Tallahassee-A list of "things
to do and remember" for Florida
hunters was issued today by A. D.
Aldrich, director, Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission.
In t he interest of safety, good
sportsmanship, and staying out of
trouble, hunters should:
Obtain a copy of and become fa-
miliar with the State and Federal
hunting rules and regulations.
Always handle firearms in such
a manner that you or other people
are. not endangered.
Obtain the regular state hunting
license from a county judge and
the special hunt area permit in ad-
dition to your regular hunting li-
cense before entering any of the
wildlife management areas super-
vised by the Commission.
Buy a duck stamp and write your
name in ink across face of stamp
before hunting ducks or geese.
Respect the property of others
and always ask permission before
crossing fences or hunting on pri-
vate lands.
Plug your shotgun to three-shell
capacity, magazine and chamber
combined.


Never use full-jacketed of mili- fawn deer, cub bear, panther, -snow
tary-style cartridge or .22 calibre goose, Ross goose, brant, redhead
rimfire cartridges while hunting or or canvasback ducks, swan, non-
taking deer or bear. game or song birds, Key Deer, alli-
Always check hunting area for gators, Everglades Kite, hawk, owl,
illegal bait and never shoot birds or eagle. S u c h animals are fully
over baited area. protected by law.
Never hunt turkey with a dog Always look before you shoot.
and don't hunt or kill a swimming Aldrich said that there were
deer. many more detailed rules and reg-
Never carry or use a gun with a ulations that all hunters must fol-
light in the woods or on the water low. Summaries of these rules and
at night, regulations are available from the
Never use artificial light, fire, office of all county judges.
net, trap, snare, poison, saltlick,
set guns or live decoys to hunt or
take game animals or birds. sead The StaW to a & ra.
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THE STAR,. Port St. Jo*, Pla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1963

Alt Social Security Information Is
Cofidential; Your Records Are Yours
Every once in a while some tel- ity office-in the comics and on
evigonor comic strip detective tra. television-always put the finger
ces a misin, person by checking right on the missing person.
in al the nearest Social Security of- We are willing to grant that the
fice with the missing person's So- people who write television scripts
cial Security number. In the comics and draw comic strips are entilted
and-on television, the Social Secur- to a certain amount of "poetic li-


ity office always knows right then
and there where the missing person
is, and the folks in the Social Secur-


cense." We wish, however, that
they would exercise this poetic li-
cense without involving Social Se-


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curity. month, the grand total traffic fat- Dr i year's available seedlings sold by zona Cypress, and Cottonwood spec
To set the record straight, you ality statewide was a 78 plus corn- ForesTation Drve advance orders. ies, Coulter said.
cannot trace down your old college pared with the same period in 1962. Goo More than 49,585,000 seedlings- Still available are some slash
friend, or somebody who owes you The county-by-county traffic Off to Good Start for-planting have already been sold, pine, sand pine, Red Cedar, Juni.
money, or a long lost husband, death count for October follows- Coulter said. per, and Tupelo gum.
through Social Security. The law Alachua three, Bay two, Browardt Floni da's 3 t The four Florida Forest Service a pe o
.won't allo it ...'ev. aw ..... thre, BatwoBlion dive is off to a good start ac- four Florida Forest Service Most species are removed or lift-
won t allow it. Itnforceme wont even allow seven, Collier three, Dade 10, Duval cording to State Forester C. H. Cou- nurseries have a total 80,000,000 ed from the nurseries, and packed
us the lawnfcement an- eight, Escambia eight, Flagler iter, w it h more than half of this seedling trees ready for removal, .
cies chase down criminals. And any three, Hamilton one, Hernando with first shipments starting No- in bundles for shipment and trans.
Social Security employee who pas- three, Highlands two and Hillsbor- vember 26. planting by tree farmers during the
sed out such information would ough 11 co two, Pinellas six, Polk seven, months of December, January, and
soon be -an ex-Social Security em- Putnam one, St. Lucie three, Sara- Farmers, timber growers, and February. Foresters estimate that
ployee. Indian River one, Jackson one, sota one, and Walton one. landowners may purchase the seed- more than 100,000,000 seedling
Your Social Security records are Lake one, Lee one, Leon three, Ma- The Patrol's Operation Track- lings at production cost, f. o. b. trees from all sources will be plant-
confidential. What they show is no- dison one, Manatee two, Marion down-a statewide drive to hold nursery, or they may call for them ed during the current season, in
body's business but yours and Soc- four and Monroe three, the line of highway carnage during at the nursery site. Florida.
ial Security's. There is a good rea- Okaloosa three, Okeechobee one, the remaining months of the year Advance orders have exhausted
son for this. Social Security records Orange one, Palm Beach nine, Pas- -continues on an intensified basis, all stocks of longleaf, loblolly, Art- _
have one purpose and that is to
show how much can be paid on a ...______
worker's account. We have gone to
a lot of trouble over the years to
establish what is probably the lar-
gest, most efficient record keep- ENJOY THE CONVENIENCE OF A
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cooperation of employees and em- ,,I
players, we are able to keep com-S CHARIS E '"27 'NT
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earnings of some 130 million work- No Money Down, Months to Pay
ers, and to do this at a very low
cost. If Social Security records
were open to other uses, we would:
losq the cooperation of many em- MUH" B SH FOR
players and employees. and. we
would not be able to do the job LITTLE CASH IN CARP'S
we .are in business to do. V A
So,: the next time some comic .'I M A T" H
strip private eye finds his quarry
wit; the help of Social Security,
donft you believe it, any more than
youi believe that Orphan Annie is
still a young girl.
e- Social Security office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son. Avenue, Panama City, Florida
(telephone PO 3-5331). 9
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Mrs. Hightower Hostess WMS No 1 Hal
To White City VFD Auxiliary
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Vol-. Royal Service
unteer Fire Department in White
City met in the home of Mrs. Ray- Members of the WMS No. 1 of
mond Hightower on Wednesday. o W
The meeting was called to order the First Baptist Church met Mon-
by the president, Mrs. Robert Ste- day, November 11 for their regular
bel, after which a report from the Royal Service program. Title of the
Ways aftnd Means chairman, Mrs. missionary program was "Partners
Ways and Means chairman, Mrs. for Progress In Japan."
Raymond Hightower, was given, for Progress In Japan."
The Auxiliary wishes to express Mrs. W. M. Chafin, program
its thanks to the many friends who
came by and bought goodies from
the bake sale and to the many T TUI
friends who have purchased Mar- FIRST METHO
ion-Kay products from the Auxil- Intersection Monum
iary. The group still has black pep- REV. THOMAS 8. H
per for those who need it.
The meeting was closed with a
prayer by Mrs. Robert L. Smith. Church School
An hour of fellowship and re- Morning Worship
freshment was enjoyed by the Bibye Study (Wednesda
eight members present. The next Methodist Youth Fellow
meeting will be in the home of Eveting Worship
Mrs. Evelyn Harcus.


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Saturday, Nov. 16
Double Feature -
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Jerry Lewis in
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Nov. 17, 18, 19
Anthony Quinn and
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chairman, with the assistance of l^
Mrs. Wesley Ramsey, Mrs. W. W. I. ls5
Carden and Mrs. Richard Saunders,
rendered a most interesting hour. Buildi
WMS No. 1 members will meet in Ul i
circles Monday, November 18 in
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ARRIS, D.D., Minister


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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.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .....-- 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
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Homes which his company is now
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1 fMr. Barrier gave each class a
ng Site talk in which he described many
aspects of the manufactured home,
carrier, Jr., recently invit- such as the accuracy of planning
ustrial Arts and Mechan- and the exactness of dimensioning
ing classes of the Port and layout. He explained that
gh School to inspect one great care must be taken in order


You Are Welcome To The
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10th St. NW. and Victoria Avenue Highland View, Florida
Rev. JAMES J. HILL, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AM.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:15 AM.L
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properly. Mr. Barrier also explain-
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construction of homes, including
various materials, methods of join-
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for greater comfort and economy.
Heating, plumbing, wiring and
lighting were covered in his talk
to each group of students. Ques-
tions from the students were an-
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UP A JACKPOT CARD. Card must
be punched to win if name is drawn!
Purchase not necessary to wint
Drawing each Saturlay at 7:00 P.M. BCI I
-You Do Not Have To Be Present BSU
1o Win?


5 Lb.
Bag


Can


5 Lb.
Bag


3 Pound
Can


Can


I 100 FREE EXTRA GRAND PRIZE STAMPS
C I With This Coupon and Purchase of
$10.00 ORDER or MORE

50 FREE EXTRA GRAND PRIZE STAMPS
With This Coupon and Purchase of
2 Cans Bakers COCONUT

I 50 FREE EXTRA GRAND PRIZE STAMPS
With This Coupon and Purchase of |
3 Cans Circus ORANGE JUICE
emblem -i a. Ii


C LARGE HEAD]
LETTUCE
SUNKIST

LEMONS
A I &^ CANADIAN

Rutabagas
CELLO PKG.

CARROTS


EACH

23c
DOZEN

29c


7c


lOc


GEORGIA GRADE "A" Dressed & Drawn WHOLE

F RYERS


HEINZ
I VEGETABLE SOUP
ALL 11 Ounce Sizes
PIC K LES
All 11 Ounce Sizes
IREL ISH ES
4 Ounce
DILL PIC K LE
57 SAUCE
Worcestershire
MEAT SAUCE
Any Size Heinz
Any Size KETCHU


SALE
6 cans 69c
jar 35 c
jar 49c


jar
bottle


49c
49c


bottle 49 c
P Sc OFF


C


LB.


SUNNYLAND HICKORY SMOKED SUGAR CURED

PICNICS Pound


FRESH PORK Small Size SPARE


RIBS


Fresh Sliced Beef
BEEF LIVER
lb. 29c
Dubuque's
All Pork SAUSAGE
lb. roll 29c
Fresh Pan Ready
Pan Ready FLOUNDER
lb. 49c


29c


LB.


Sunnyland
All Meat FRANKS
12 oz.pkg. 29c
Fresh
Frozen RED ROE
lb. 89c


Medium
lb.


Fresh
Size SHRIMP
59c


KRAFT CARNIVAL OF VALUES
MIRACLE WHIP qt. jar 39c
VELVEETA 2 lb. loaf 79c
Philadelphia
CREAM CHEESE 8 oz. 33c
Miracle MARGARINE lb. 27c
1,000 Island
SALAD DRESSING 8 oz. 29c


MUSTARD
MACARONI DINNER
With Cheese
PIZZA DINNER
Mild 13 Ounce
Cracker Barrel CHEESE
Pound Package
Jet Puff Marshmallows
18 Ounce Size
GRAPE JELLY
7 Ounce Jar
Marshmallow Cream
Plain or Smoke
BARBECUE SAUCE 1


9 oz.
2 for


15c
35c


47c
57c
27c
jar 35c
25c
8 oz. 35c


25 FREE STAMPS with each box of KRAFT CHOCO-
LATE CANDY and each bottle KRAFT FRENCH
DRESSING. No coupon needed.


- BEST MEATS IN TOWN -


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Everyone Is
Invited To
Help Us
Celebrate
Our $20
Red Tag
BONUS SALE!


SUPERFINE With Your


$20.00 Food Sale


5 Lb. Bag


ROYAL GEM CREAM No. 303 2 CANS CLOROX QUART
CORN 20c Bleach 20c
VITA-FOOD
APPLE JELLY Giant 20c


HOOVER'S FRESH CORN
Meal


2 LB. BAG STANFORD B. E.
20c PEAS


24 OZ. BAG


20c


MAXWELL HOUSE With Your $20.00 Food Sale


Pound Bag


ee


AUNT JEMIMA MAINE 2 CANS
Grits 2,: 20c Sardines 20c
ALL BRANDS SOFT With Your $20.00 Food Order
DRINKS Bottle eg. price 3c20
D RI NKS Carton You save 2s e2c


ALLEN'S 300 SIZE
Spaghetti


2 CANS ALLEN'S SWEET 300 SIZE 2 CANS
20c Potatoes 20c


IGA PORK and

BEANS


WASHDAY SPECIAL With Your $20.00 Food Order


2
Cans


TIDE


Box


ROBIN HOOD Plain or selft ,smg


FLOUR


KRAFT


WINDOW POSTER SPECIALS!


Mayonnaise
STOKELY GOLDEN No. 303


CORN
IGA ORANGE
JUICE


FRESH PRODUCE
U. S. WHITE With Food Order


Potatoes


10


FRESH CRISP


2


PINT


Red Hot Mea
29c T ABLE ITE
Chuck ROAST


CANS 9c

Can 49c


10 LBS.


10 LBS.
20c

20c


Lbs.


Bags


TABLER'TE SLIC ED
Breakfast BACON


FRESH SLICED


Beef LIVER
ROUND BONE SHOULDER
ROAST
FRESH GROUND


BEEF
TABLERITE ROUND
STEAK


LBS.


LB.


39c
LB.
59c

99c
LB.
88c


t Specials


Pound


BONELESS
CLUB STEAKS


- PORK ITEMS -


PORK PIG FEET
PIG TAILS
PIG MAW Pound
PORK NECK BONES
CHITTERLINGS


gal. i


Days


Nov.
13,
14,
15,
16


Sale Starts wednesday Morning


COME ONE


- COME ALL


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


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2 Lb.
Bag


C


Pound 49c


LB.
1.19


.i75
1.75


Look for the "Red Tags" this week for added savings at IGA! We know you will be
pleased with the quality and variety of the foods we have especially selected for
this outstanding sale. Come in today and check every department. Look for the
"RED TAGI"


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