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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: February 13, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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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
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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).
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THE STAR

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


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TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6,\1964


SCounty Races Growing 'Populous' As Qualification Date Nears



Flock of Candidates Announce


SHARK LESLIE NICHOLS goes in for a lay-up
"shot last Friday night against Marianna. Number
10 in the foreground .is Bill Versiga who scored
V'Wyointh diiring the game. The white suit to the


Shatks- Enter NWF


Tournament Tonite


Will Open Play

Against Walton

At 8:00, EST
The Port St. Joe Sharks will en-
ter the Northwest Florida Confer-
ence tournament tonight in Mar-
ianna. Their first game of the
tournament, will also open the
tournament activities. The Sharks
will tee off against DeFuniak
Springs at 8:00 p.m., Port St. Joe
time. The second game tonight will
be at 9:30 p.m. between Milton
and Quincy.
Both Malone and Marianna draw
a bye in the opener.
If the Sharks win tonight they
will play tomorrow night against
Marianna, again at 8:00 p.m., Port
St. Joe.
If the Sharks get as far as Sat-
urday night, they will more than
likely go up against Malone, who
has defeated the Sharks twice this
year for two of their three defeats.


right is Randy Weston who bucketed 10 points.
Nichols went on to score 13 points during the
game. (SJPC photo)


Sharks Down

Markrnna and



The Port St. Joe Sharks took re-
venge against the Marianna Bull-
dogs last Friday night for a for-
mer defeat earlier in the season
at the hands of the Bulldogs.
The Sharks downed Marianna by
the score of 59-53.
Bill Versiga led the Shark scor-
ing with 30 points. This was Ver-
siga's second game in a row to
score 30 points or more. Junior
Nichols netted 13 points and Wes-
ton 10 points for the Sharks.
Weston was high man in the re-
bound department with 13. Out-
standing players for the Sharks in
the floor game were Randy Wdston
and Fred Chason.


Jaycees Will Sponsor
Polio Immunization
The Port St. Joe Jaycees and
Gulf County Medical Association
announce the sponsorship of a
STOP POLIO drive in Gulf County.
The mass immunization program
will be held on Sunday, beginning
March 1, 1964. It is the sponrors'
desire to reach every man, woman
and child with the Sabin Oral Polio
vaccine. The vaccine is taken by
mouth, two drops are placed on a
tiny sugar cube. The vaccine is
odorless, tasteless and causes no
side reactions or after-effects re-
gardless of age, sex or allergies.
Clinice will be set up at various
schools throughout the county.
There will be one near you. Pleaes
check your local newspaper and
radio for time and location.
Everyone must take the Sabin
vaccine to eliminate polio, even
through you have taken or are pre-
(Continued On Page 4)


Fire Destroys Two Apartment Houses


Port St. Joe Volunteer Firemen pour water into two blazing
apartment houses at Beacon Hill last Friday afternoon. The fire
began in the razed apartment in the foreground from undetermined
gauges and spread to the adjoining apartment, gutting the second
structure. High winds and lack of water hindered the local volun-
'teers, but the fire was contained after the department arrived on
.the scene. The two buildings were owned by C. L. Costin of Port
St. Joe and were unoccupied at the time of the fire.


Sharks
Belin
Chason
Versiga
Weston
Hobbs
Nichols


fg ft tp M'anna fg ft tp
00 0 | Postman 3 4 10
3 0 6 | uizer 3 0 6
1010 301 Turnage 6 2 14
4 2 10 Ap'white 4 1 9
0 0 0 | Stevens 2 2 6
4 5 13 Jennings 3 1 7
Reese 0 1 1


Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe --- 15 13 21 17-66
Marianna __ 9 14 20 16-59

The Sharks won their 16th game
of the season, against three losses
Monday night, against the Bay
High Tornadoes on the Torntadoes
home court, 51-44,
Billy Versiga, St. Joe's high-
scoring center, paced the Sharks
with 17 points and 11 rebounds,
taking game honors in both cate-
gories. Freddy Chason and Randy
Weston also scored in double fig-
ures for the winners with 13 and
11 points, respectively. Weston also
grabbed nine rebounds.
The Sharks were a little be-
hind up until the last quartet when
they turned on the steam to win
the game.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 16 8 12 .5-51


Bay High __ 16 12
Sharks fg ft tp Bay
Versiga 7 3 17 |Yard
Belin 2 3 7 iElmore
Chason 6 1 13 Ovca
Weston 4 3 11 Gamso
Nichols 1 0 2 | Cooper
Hobbs 0 1 11


8 8-44
f ft tp
4 0 8
^5 3 13
.3 0 6
4 1 9
4 0 8


The Sharks, will end their regu-
lar season's play next week. On
Tuesday night, they will taken
Wewahitchka 'and on Friday night,
their foe will be Bristol. Both
games will be played on the home
court.


Charles B. Smith Says
He Will Be Candidate
Charles B. Smith announces that
he will seek office as a member of
the Gulf County Commission from
District 5 in the May primary. He
is 34 years of age, a native Flor-
idian, a native Gulf Countian, and
has resided in Port St. Joe for the
past 24 years.
He was born in Wewahitchka,
attended two years of grade
school there, and moved to Port
St. Joe in 1938. He attended the
Port St. Joe schools and was grad-
uated from Port St. Joe in 1948.
He was employed by the St. Joe
Paper Company for seven years,
Rome Kraft Paper Company, Rome
Georgia for two years and return-
ed to Port St. Joe in 1957. For the
past seven years he has been em-
ployed by the Glidden Company
in the laboratory department. He
has completed 21 semester hours
of college work at Gulf Coast Jun-
ior College's Evening Division,
his name appearing on the Dean's
List during his entire attendance.
He is married to the former Max-
ie Brown, has three children, two
of whom are in school. He resides
at 1030 Mc Clellan Avenue in Port
St. Joe. He is a member of the Fir-
st Presbyterian Church, member
and President of the St. Joseph
Historical Society, member of the
Gulf County Historical Commis-
sion, the Florida Historical Soci-:
ety, and the Florida Anthropol-
ogical Society.
In announcing Smith states that
"he has a sincere desire to serve
the people of Gulf County. If el-
ected, he pledges to conduct the
business of the county in a cour-
teous efficient inanner and will
strive at all times to promate un,
ity and progress for the entire cou-
nty." .. .


Local Boy Gets
Astronaut's Signature
A teen-age boy here in Port
St. Joe is richer by one auto-
graph.
The autograph of Alan Shep- 1
herd, the astronaut.
And it was secured in Port St.
Joe.
Last Saturday afternoon, a new
sports car pulled into Tomlin-
son's Gulf Station for service.
Randy Armstrong, who works at
the station, noticed that the cour-
tesy card bore the name of the
famous astronaut and asked the
man if he and the astronaut were
one and the same person.
He said he was.
Randy then, of course, asked
for Shepherd's autograph.
And, he got it.


Marion Craig Announces
For School Superintendent
Marion Craig of Port St. Joe this
week announced that he will be
come a candidate for the office o:
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion in Gulf County during the
May Democratic Primaries.
Craig has lived in Port for 1(
years during which time he work
ed as a teacher and coach in the
Gulf County school system. Craig
says, 'I am well aware of the prob
lems facing our schools, and will
work closely with our citizens
members of the teaching profes.
siori, and elected officials to have
the finest school system that the
public will support."
Craig has a BS -degree from
Clemson College, S. C., and a Mas-
ter's Degree from Florida State
University. He came to Port St.
Joe after being discharged as a
First Lieutenant from the 11th Air-
borne Division.
During his time in Port St. Joe
Craig has been a member of the
Gulf County Education Association;
Gulf County Classroom Teacher's
Association; Florida Education As-
sociation; Florida Coaches Associa-
tion; National Football Coaches As-
sociation; Director, District II,
Florida Coaches Association.
Craig is a former member of the
Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club and is
a member of the First Methodist
Church in Port St. Joe.


Chamber Names

Three Directors
The Port St. Joe Chamber of.
Commerce met for their annual
:dinner-election meeting-in the Stl.
James Episcopal Parish House
YIonday night of this week.
Reports from committee chair-
meni were given at the meeting.
A report of interest was that pre-
sented by the Industrial Develop-
ment chairman, Tom S. Coldewey.
He reported that two industries
were interested in locating in Port
St. Joe but nothing definite had
been settled as yet. He offered the
opinion that one of these company's
would probably locate in Port St.
Joe during the next year, but that
the other concern was undecided
as yet whether to expand its op-
erations or not.
No indication was given as to the
size of the proposed plants.
Three new directors were elect-
ed for three year terms to replace
retiring directors, John Blount,
Walter Dodson and Ed Woods.
Those elected were J. P. Fleishel,
George G. Tapper and Bill Whaley.
Approximately 75 attended the
dinner meeting.


Leo Kennedy To Seek
'Reelection To Commission
s County Commissioner Leo Ken-
- nedy announced this week that he
f would seek re-election from Dis-
- trict 5 in the May primary.
e Kennedy said in announcing his
candidacy that he wished to do so
not upon promises to be filled or
broken after election but ,upon his
record of past performance as a
e County Commissioned.
In pointing to some of the ac-
complishments of the Commission
during his tenure, Kennedy cited
' the introduction of soil-cement
paving projects at a lower cost
per mile to the county; a closer
control of Gulf's secondary main-
tenance money; raises for county
employees and the fact that Dis-
trict Five has received more paved
roads in the last four years than
any other district in the county.
Kennedy said, "I have repre-
sented all sections of Gulf County
with equal and fair representation.
I have been frank to speak my con-
victions and.now I am seeking re-
election on my past record of per-
formance."

Jesse Anderson Will Run
From Fifth District
Jesse Anderson, of Oak Grove
announced this week that he will
seek election to the County Com-
mission in the May Primaries from
District 5.
Anderson has been a resident of
Port St. Joe since 1937. He is em-
ployed as a boilermaker at the St.
Joe Paper Company and operates
an auto salvage business in Oak
Grove.
This is Anderson's second try at
becoming a Gulf County Commis
sloner. I-e also sought election in
1960. i
Anderson says that he is inter-
ested in bettering the condition of
Gulf County's roads, schools, old
people and public parks.

Nazarene Church
Announces Revival
t
The Church of the Nazarene an- B
ounces a Youth Week end Revi-
val beginning Wednesday night,
February 19-23, at 7:30 each eve-
ning.
Rev. J. Roy Fuller of Panama
City, will be the evangelist. Rev.
Fuller is a graduate of Trevecca
Nazarene College and is a success-
ful young pastor.
Special music will also be pre-
sented by Rev. and Mrs. Fuller.
Pastor J. A. Blackwell extends
a special invitation to the public
to attend these services. The
church is located at Long Avenue
and Niles Road.


Eldridge Money Seeks
School Board Nomination
Eldridge Money of Port St. Joe
this week announced that he will
be a candidate for the Member of
the Board of Public Instruction
from District Four, in the May
Democratic Primary. Money is 36
years of age, and is married. He
and his wife have one child, 11
years of age. He has been a resi-
dent of Gulf County for :the past
11 years.
Money is an employee of the
Glidden Chemical Company.
Money stated, "I am interested
in our schools and if I'm elected
to this important office, I will do
my best to serve the people of our
county to the best of my ability,
with respect to each and all, God
being my helper."

Earl Tom Pridgeon
Candidate for Judge
Earl Tom Pridgeon this week
announced that he will be a can-
didate for County Judge of Gulf
County in the May Democratic
Primary.
Pridgeon is a resident of Port
St. Joe, residing on Bellamy Cir-
cle with his wife Margret.
He and his wife have one daugh-
ter, Mrs. Nancy Shuford and one
son, Tommy, both of Port St. Joe.
Earl Tom speaks proudly of his
four grandchildren.
Mr. Pridgeon has been in the
real estate and insurance business
in Port St. Joe for the past nine
years.
Pridgeon said, "If elected, I will
be following in thie footsteps of
my father, who was county judge
for .'12 yep-s, 1944 through 1956.",
Earl Tom served as clerk of that
office the last year of his father'a
:erm.

E. L. Antley Candidate
For School Board Member
E. L. (Slim) Antley of White
City announced this week his in-
tentions to run for election to the
Board of Public Instruction in Gulf
County, from District 2.
Antley came to Port St. Joe in
1937. He has been an employee
of the St. Joe Paper Company
since October, 1938, with the ex-
ception of nearly four years in
the armed services. He has lived
in White City for the past 18 years.
The Antleys have five children,
three in high school and two in
elementary school.
Antley is an active member of
the White City Baptist Church.
Antley stated that if he is elect-
ed, he will work for better schools
in Gulf County.


SJPC Foremen Given Safety Awards


At Dinner

Last Tuesday
At the annual St. Joe Paper
Company Safety Award Banpuet
held Tuesday Night, Febuary 4, at
the Van Horn Beach Restaurant,
twenty-four supervisors of the Com-
pony received plaques for the out-
standing safety records of their
departments.
Awards were given to all super-
visors whose department had gone
at least twelve months without a
lost time injury. Special recogni-
tion was given eight supervisors
who had accumulated more than
five years of operating withont a
disabling injury. These men were:
A. J. Owens, 82 months; Ralph
Nance, 101 months; A. D. Roberts,
76 months; John Beasley, 74 mon-
ths; John Sowers, 61 months; C.
0. Hewett, 89 months; Lamar Har-
dy, 76 months; and C. E. Boyer.
109 months.
Mill Production Manager, Pat
Shannon, and Vice President, Tom
S. Coldewey, spoke briefly abont
the business outlook for the com-
ing year, and complimented the
80 employees present on their on
excellent preformance during the
past year.
(Continued On Page 4)


SAFETY DIRECTOR, Charles W. Norton, compli- record of better than five years wtihout a lost
ments (left to right) Andy Owens, Storeroom su- time injury in their departments. Not present
pervisor; John Beasley, Boilermaker foreman; but qualifying for the same honors were Cecil
Ralph Nance, Instrument foreman; and Paper Hewett, A. D. Roberts, C. E. Boyer and John
Machine Tour Foreman Lamar Hardy on their Sowers. (SJPC Photo)


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1964


Engagement Announced


Mr. and Mrs. James M. Love-
lace, Cocoa, Florida, announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Charlotte, Port St. Joe, to
Robert Earl Nedley, son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. C. Nedley, Port St.
Joe.
Miss Lovelace graduated from
Troy State College, Troy, Ala-
bama, with a Bachelor of Science
Degree in Elementary Education.
She is presently a member of
the Port St. Joe Elementary


School faculty.
Mr. Nedley was graduated
from Florida State University
with a Bachelor of Science De-
gree in Business Administration.
He is a member of Lambda Chi
Alpha Fraternity. Mr. Nedley is
employed by the St. Joe Paper
Company.
Vows will be exchanged by
the couple on Saturday, June 13
at 4:30 p.m., in the St. James
Episcopal Church, Port St. Joe.


QUEEN CROWNED-Mrs. June Gay is crowned "Valen-
tine Queen" by Mrs. Wandis Scott. Looking on at left is
Wayne Gay, husband of June and at right is John Scott,
husband of Wandis. (* photo)

Mrs. Wayne Gay Crowned Queen of

Beta Sigma Phi Chapter At Dinner
Lovely June Gay holds the hon- cious meal was enjoyed.
or of "Valentine Sweetheart" of Red and white was carried thru-
Beta Sigma Phi, 1964. This dark- out the dining room, with June and
haired beauty was chosen from Wayne at the head table. Hearts,
the entire membership to repre- valentines and cupids were used
sent the local chapter. Her picture in table decorations. After the
has also been entered in the inter- meal, the queen led the group on-
national contest. A famous male to the dance floor.
movie actor always chooses who Congratulations, June Gay, Eta
will hold the title as "Valentine Upsilon Valentine Sweetheart for
Queen" internationally. 1964!
June married September 1, 1956
to her husband Wayne and they Long Avenue Circles
make their home at 902 10th Street
in Port St. Joe. They have two Set Meeting Places
children, daughter Terry and a Long Avenue Baptist WU Cir-
son, Bruce. Both June and Wayne Long Avenue Baptist WMU Cir-
son, Bruce. BothJune and Wayne cles will meet during the coming
are members of the Long Avenue week as follows:
Baptist Church. week as follows:
BaptisThe queen is also a working Circle No. 1, Mrs. Lorell Barnes,
The queen is also a working 603 Garrison Avenue, Monday, at
girl. For the past two years, she 603 Garrison Avenue, Monday, at
has been employed by Tomlinson 9.3 a.m.
Abstract Company. Circle No. 2, Mrs. Eula Dickey,
Abtract Company. 1317 Marvin Avenue, 9:30 a.m.,
June has been a member of Eta 1317 Marvin Avenue, 9:30 am.,
Upsilon chapter of Beta Sigma Tuesday.
Phi for three years. During this Circle No. 3, Mrs. Bernice Bar-
time she has been a very active e 505 8th Street 4:00 pm
member ,serving on several com- esay
Circles 4 and 5, Mrs. J. D. Clark,
mittees and also was recording 1017 Long Avenue, 7:30 p.m., Tues-
secretary for one year. She isday.
presently serving as program chair.- daCircle No. 6, at the church, Mon-
man.
June is originally from Michigan day, 7:30 p.m.
but loves our Southern Florida Circle No. 7, Mrs. Barney Earley,
stae best o Mexico Beach, 9:30 a.m., Tuesday.
Saturday night she was honored
with the traditional "Sweetheart AD O TANK
Banquet" at Van Horn's Supper We wish to express our deep ap-
Club. She was escorted to her preciation to Dr. Joe Hendrix, the
throne. by her husband, Wayne, nurses and the staff of the Port
and 1963 queen, Wandis Scott, did St. Joe Municipal Hospital and the
the crowning. She was radiant in many friends for their many kind-
a lovely red dinner dress with red nesses and tender ministrations
and white carnation corsage which during the illness and after the
emphasized her dark beauty. death of our mother, and grand-
President Carol Rish, gave a sy- mother, Mrs. J. W. Dunning.
nopsis of June's life and the queen The Dunning Family .
and her husband led the group in- The H. G. Harvey Family
to the dining room where a deli- The J. W. Gibson Family


Proclamation
The National Hairdressers and
Cosmetologists Association has
designated the week of Febru-
ary 9-15, 1964, as
NATIONAL BEAUTY SALON
WEEK
dedicated to the nMagic wrought
by beautification everywhere
and conceived in the spirit of
genuine helpfulness to those in
need. The members of this As-
sociation within our city have
planned programs which shall be
of special benefit and uplift to
many of our residents.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Frank
Hannon, Mayor of the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida, do hereby
proclaim the week of February
9-15, 1964, as National Beauty
Salon Week in Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida.
FRANK HANNON, Mayor
Mayor, City of Port St.
Joe, Florida


Golden Agers

Study Projects
The Golden Agers met Febuary
10 at the Stac House with 12 mem-
bers and two visitors present.
Bill Rish gave a very interes-
ting talk and suggested two pro-
jects for the Club to work on. One
of the projects is the Heart fund
and the other one is to plant seed


PTA District

Meets Feb. 25
The Annual District 2 PTA Con-
ference comprised of Bay, Calhoun,
Franklin, Gulf, Jackson, Liberty
and Washington Counties will be
held Tuesday, February 25, from
10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Car-
rabelle High School Auditorium.
The theme of the Conference
will be, "The Finer Things in Life".
Participating in the program will
be State President, Mrs. Myron R.
Blee, Tallahassee; Mrs. Rose Moel-
ler, Bay County Supervisor of Ele-
mentary Education; Mrs. Jane Pat-
ton, Bay County Librarian; Curtis
McLean, Franklin County Superin-
tendent of Schools; and Mrs. Rob-
ert McMinn, Panama City, Study-
Discussion Group Chairman, Flor-
ida Congress of Parents and Tea-
chers.
Special music will be furnished
by the Carrabelle High School Band
under the direction of Allen Pot-
ter.
Election of new district officers
will be held at this meeting.


Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, February 17
Blackeye peas, hot bologna sli-


to raise small flower plants for ces, cole slaw, hot biscuit and but-
the park. ter, syrup and milk.


Jack Williams showed the plans
for the park. He also gave a talk
on what the City is doing and how
the Club can help with the flowers
and shrubbery.
The hostess, Mrs Daughtry and
Mrs. Iva Williams, served delicious
assorted cookies and coffee.
Everyone enjoyed the evening.
The next meeting will be Feb-
ruary 17, at the Stac House. All
members and those who are inter-
ested are urged to be present.


First Baptist

WMS No. 1 Meets
The WMS Number One of the
First Baptist Church met Monday,
February 10, for a Royal Service
program. The topic was, "The
Chaplain and His Work" in jails,
in hospitals, in military and in in-
dustry.
Those on the program were Mrs.
Milton Chafin, Mrs. Hazel Black-
burn, Mrs. Emory Stevens, Mrs.
Rubye Pridgeon, Mrs. W. 0. Nich-
ols, Mrs. Wesley Ramsey and Mrs.
Myrtice Smith.
Members of WMS Number 1 will
meet Monday, February 17 in
homes as follows:
Circle No. 1, Mrs. Roy Irwin.
Circle No. 2, Mrs. Lonnie Bell.
Circle No. 4, Mrs. Milton Chafin.
Circle No. 3, Mrs. Karl Marshall.


Tuesday, February 18
Sloppy joe on buns, green but-
ter beans, celery sticks, cherry pie
and milk.
Wednesday, February 19
Ham and potatoes, cheese wed-
ges, turnip greens, shredded car-
rots, apricots, cornbread and but-
ter and milk.
Thursday, February 20
Liver Creole, rice, English peas,
lettuce and tomatoes, gingerbread,
white bread and milk.
Friday, February 21
Macaroni and cheese, steamed
cabbage, spiced beets, doughnuts,
white bread and milk.


Two Local Students
On Chipola Dean's List
A total of 105 students have
been named to the Dean's List at
Chipola Junior College for the se-
mester just ended according to an
announcement from the office of
Dr. Ned L. Haven.
In order to make the Dean's List,
a student must earn a grade point
average of 3.00 (B), or higher.
Among the students who have
averages of 3.50 or better were
Alfred E. Joines and John H. Cha-
fin, Jr., both of Port St. Joe.
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Veterans Have One More Year To

Receive GI Bill Education Benefits
Veterans taking education or Officer for Gulf County, explained.


training courses under the Korean.
GI Bill may have to "cram" or
"double up" classes to reach their
goal as the deadline for completing
such courses is now only one year
away.
Congress has set J.Tanuarv 31


Korean Conflict veterans who
have not started their courses
should make application to deter-
mine whether or not they are still
eligible. There are certain dead-
line dates and time limits for train-
ing These are based on the date


1965, as the cut-off date for the of discharge or release from active
Korean readjustment program of duty.
educaiton and training for veter- To be eligible for this training,
ans, J. J. Hill, Veterans Service the veteran must have had active


service between June 27, 1950 and
January 31, 1955. Training must be
commenced within three years
from the date of the veteran's
first unconditional discharge or
release from active duty after Jan-
uary 31, 1955.
Eligible veterans may enroll in
schools or colleges, take on-the-
job training, enroll in institutional
on-farm training or other programs
which combine school and job
training or select correspondence
school courses. Veterans receive an
allowance each month to meet
part of their training and living
expenses.


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Resolution of Sympathy
In behalf of Melody Rebekah but had a keen and sympathetic
Lodge of Port St. Joe, we wish to understanding of her two daugh
pay tribute to our beloved Sister ters and their mutual devotion an
and charter member, Mrs. Eliza companionship was a beautiful
Lawson, who was called to her benediction.
heavenly home on January 18, She lived to see many of he
1964. dreams realized. She and her hus
Sister Lawson had a heart of band celebrated their Golden Ai
love and compassion for the under- niversary a few years ago. She ha
privileged which was shown by a zest for living and rejoiced i
her many deeds of kindness to the growth and great progress o
those in need. her community. She was the firs
She was a faithful wife, who Noble Grand of Melody Rebeka
worked with untirihg devotion ft Lodge, as well as the First Distric
promote comfort and happiness in Deputy President of District Two
the life of her husband and re- Rebekah Assembly of Florida, t
mained constantly by his side dur- be appointed from her Lodge. Sh
ing the many months of his ill- saw her daughter, Mrs. Glady
ness. He preceded her to eternal Boyer, serve in both of these of
rest by only a few months. She fices. Sister Lawson remained i
never seemed to live in the past, active fellowship and attendance


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in the Lodge for and durbg -~
lifetime.
Her gentle spirit, their devotion
to her family, community, an
hc friends showed her key for livir
hd to be "Love", while her happy di
Position permeated her very beir
l and earned the love and respe
of all who had the privilege
r knowing her. We give thanks
s- God for her life and service amoi
n- us: "Long after a beautiful li:
d has gone to the fairer world o
n high, Our lives are bright with i
A lingering light, for a true life ca
st not die."
h We request that the Charter
Melody Rebekah Lodge No. 22 b
o, draped for 30 days in loving m
Smory of our departed Sister; tha
e this tribute be recorded in th
s minutes of our Lodge; that a cop
f- be sent to Mrs. Gladys Boyer,
n copy to Mrs. Marguerite Pridgeog
e and a copy be sent to "The Star
IT for publication.
Respectfully submitted,
MARY WEEKS
LUCILLE WILLIAMS
ELSIE GRIFFIN

'Rotary Told of Vlaue
Of Barge Canal
Florida is becoming concern&
with water conservation, the Ro
tary Club learned last Thursday
Edgar Johnson, Executive Secre
tary of the Florida Waterways As
sociation gave this information t(
the club and told the members
what the state is doing about the
growing concern.
Johnson pointed out that water
is Florida's most important re
source. He also stated that the sup
ply is not inexhaustable. As an ex
ample he used the Tigres and Eu-
phrates valley of Biblical times,
when a plentiful supply of water
made this the most fertile place in
the civilized world. "Unwise use of
the water made this area a desert".
Johnson said the proposed Cross
Florida Barge Canal will serve the
two-fold purpose of conserving the
water table of the state and pro-
viding a needed link between the
central U. S.-Gulf Coast waterways
system of canals and the Atlantic
seaboard system.
He predicted that the barge ca-
nal will handle barge traffic in
this area that will compare with
traffic now handled between Mo-
bile and New Orleans. New Orleans
now handles more barge traffic
than any other port in the U. S.
Guests of the club were Buch
Chauncey of Apalachicola, Bob
Storrs of Jacksonville, Bill Gore
of Panama City and Tommy Black-
burn and Henry Dockery of the
Port St. Joe High School.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Ptoritd THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1964


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Ricky Sweitzer Feted On His Seventh

Birthday With Party At Parents' Home
Ricky Sweitzer, son of Mr. and Travis Gibbs, Steve Gibbs, De
Mrs. Richard E. Sweitzer, was Wayne Patterson, Steve Kramer,
honored Saturday afternoon at Danny Sweitzer, Brent Stoffer,
Debbie Lollie, Tomm Wotring,
the home of his parents, at St. Patti Aycock, Mike Whitfield,
Joe Beach, on his seventh birth- Jackie Huckeba and Donna Sue
day. Richards.
Joining with Ricky to observe Assisting Mrs. Sweitzer in en-
the occasion were: Cindy DeLair, tertaining the guests were Mrs.
Jimmie DeLair, Susie Binion, Jim DeLair, Mrs. Preston Gibbs,
Mike Hammock, Tom Hinote, Mrs. Lewey Patterson and Mrs.
Dawn Anchors, Karen Langley, Howard Zediler, grandmother of
Leisa Hinote, Vicky Richards, the honoree.


Auditor Rap County


Judges


The state auditor reported this
I week that Gulf County Judge Sam
Husband did not enter about 300
* cases on the criminal dockets dur-
ing the past three years.
Auditor Ernest Ellison said as of
June 31, 1963, the end of the audit
period, there were about 300 cases
in the open case files that had not
been docketed.
The audit said a check of the
open case files revealed $343 in
cash and checks and $236 in the
vault being held by the judge.
It said Husband reported the
funds were received from individ-
uals who were unable to pay the
full amount of a fine immediately.
The audit said Husband let
these persons make payments per-
iodically until the full amount was
collected and then he entered the
case on the docket, issued a com-
mitment and turned the funds over
to the sheriff.
Pre-numbered receipts were not
used for some collections of the
office, Ellison said.
The audit also said there were
errors in the judge's license reports
and balanced cash records were not
kept.
It said the county owed the
judge $1,516 in back pay.
Ellison issued a good report for
Gulf Circuit Court Clerk, George
Y. Core.


Veteran's Officer
To Visit Port St. Joe
Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Jim Weart, Assist-
ant State Service Officer.
Weant will visit this area next
week for the purpose of helping
veterans or their dependents in
filing claims for Compensation Ben-
efits or solving their insurance
problems. This free service includes
assistance to employers of veter-
ans under the GI Bill, Vocational
Training, Subsistence or other
problems.
During his visit in this area,
Weant may be contacted at the
American Legion. Post in Port St.
Joe at 8:30 a.m., on February 14.


School Committee Will
Meet In Wewa Tonite
The committee that has been
formed to study Gulf County's
school system and needs will meet
in Wewahitchka tonight at 8:00
p.m., Port St. Joe- time.
The- group will meet in the Car-
ver High School, which reportedly
has many problems. The group will
look at the school's plant and see
the situation first-hand.
All members of the committee
and other interested citizens are
urged to attend.
MEETING SET TO PLAN
FOR REUNION OF CLASS
All former class members of the
1955 graduating class of Port St.
Joe High School are requested to
meet at the home of Edward Ram.-
sey, 117 Westcott Circle tonight at
8:00 p.m. for the purpose of com-
pleting plans for a class reunion.


Records


Kiwanis Sees,

irs Program

On Japan
A very interesting program on
Japan was presented by lecture
and slides by Donald Mulholland
of Panama City to the Kiwanis
Club Tuesday.
The program was presented in
lecture and colored slide pictures.
Mulholland, who was stationed in
Japan recently told the Club that
the nation compresses a popula-
tion half the size of the U S. into
an area the size of the state of
California. Japan has 656 people
per square mile compared with
50.0 in the U. S.
Japan is fifth in the world in
industry and number one in ship-
building. Her main export is tex-
tiles and her number one import is
food. Japan must import 20 percent
of its food.
He stated that everyone in Japan
works, and as a result, there re-
mains no evidence of bombing
from World War II. Everyone is
fastideously clean. Everyone takes
at least one bath every day.
The average lot in Japan, 30x
50 feet sells for $2500 U.S., and
the average house costs $3500, U.S.
An interesting custom of the is-
land is that on new year's day ev-
eryone pays off all debts, because
they believe it is bad luck to en-
ter a new year owing anyone.
Guests of the club were Sam
Morgan, John Boyd, John Paul and
Ernest Collins of Panama City and
Jo Ann Lapeyrouse, Beth Wil-
liams, Bill Versiga and Leon
Hobbs of Port St. Joe High School.

Major Falkner Is

Cited for Service
Major Ralph M. Falkner, distin-
guished himself by meritorious
achievement near Cape Cod, Mas-
sachusetts, on January 12, 1962.
On that date, while participating as
a KC-135 tanker pilot in the over-
seas deployment of fighter aircraft,
he displayed outstanding airman-
ship in successfully refueling a
disabled fighter aircraft.
Through his decisive action, he
played a vital role in the preven-
tion of a major accident with cer-
tain loss of life. By his prompt ac-
tion and outstanding flying abili-
ty, Major Falkner reflected credit
upon himself and the United States
Air Force.
Major Falkner is the husband of
the former Virginia Gloekler.
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GLADIOLUS CIRCLE WILL
MEET THIS AFTERNOON
The Gladiolus Circle of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club will meet this
afternoon at 3:00 p.m. with Mrs.
Tom Smith at 1105 Palm Boule-
vard.
All members are urged to at-
tend.


cheon in Panama City and visit
Apalachicola. All Floridians will
have an opportunity to hear Mayor
Burns speak on Saturday morning
when he takes part in a Jaycee tel-
evision panel with other gubera-
torial candidates in Panama City.
Of particular interest to voters
in this area is Mayor Burns' com-
ments on recreation. He has stated
that when elected Governor he will
increase the number of State Parks
and undertake a wide-ranging pro-
gram of maintenance of present
facilities along with procurement
and development of free public
beaches.
Send TU. StaW to a frienW.


ED Says!

"We pay highest prices for food we buy.
We get lowest prices for food we sell. How
can we stay in business? We're lucky!

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HOT DOGS ----- 6 for $1.00
VEAL, FISH, STEAK and BARBECUE SANDWICHES
CORN DOGS and FRENCH FRIES
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Dear, Friends:
In the mail this week: a warm,
friendly, inspiring letter from
friends in Maryland with the fol-
lowing lines enclosed:
"Half the happiness in living
comes from willing-hearted
giving,
Comes from sharing all your
pleasures,
And dividing all your treasures;
And the other half is loving,
First the Lord, then all things
living;
For all the happiness in living
Comes from loving and from
giving."
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utes to write a letter. You'll prob-
ably never know just how much
the thought means whether the
letter short or long, written poorly
or well. 'Yes, a letter bridges dis-
tance and keeps alive relationships
that may prove to be most valuable.
We are grateful to have had the
pleasant experience of exchanging
letters with our loved ones and
friends. It costs little in time and
money. Yes, pleasing returns from
a small investment.
Some news is not good but it
happens in the march of time and
events. We had pleasantly antici-
pated a visit from this writer's
parents this month and plans were
made to meet them in Atlanta,
Ga. A few days before leaving, my
mother was taken to the hospital
and diagnosed as seriously ill.
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ment, they will not get to come
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and they had looked forward to
one more visit to Florida. We can
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later.
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An open invitation has been is-
sued to the public to attend a free
barbecue Saturday, February 15,
at 6:30 P.M. at the Centennial
Building in Port St. Joe.
Purpose of the gathering will be
an opportunity for residents of
Port St. Joe and the surrounding
area to meet and hear a brief mes-
sage from Jacksonville Mayor
Haydon Burns, Democratic Guber-
national Candidate, according to
Tom Ford, local chairman of the
Burns for Governor Committee.
The Jacksonville Mayor will beI
spending t h e entire day in the
Northwest Florida area. In addi-
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WILL GIVE to responsible person
any one of three female pup-
pies. About 6 weeks old. Call Mrs.
Ferrell at 227-2081 (days) or 648-
3535 after 5 p.m. ltp
FOR RENT: By week or by night,
one bedroom and private bath.
Living room and TV room privi-
lege. 528 corner Sixth St. and
Woodward Ave. 2tp-2-13
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished ap-
artment. 1506 Long Ave. Phone
227-5426. tfc-2-13
HELP WANTED: Young man, 20-
30 years of age for a general
office and inventory clerk. Must be
high school graduate, type 40 wpm,
and have aptitude for mathematics.
Interview by appointment only.
Call H. T. Dean, The Glidden Co.,
Phone 227-2081. tfc-2-13
WOOD WORKS Screen doors,
picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
WANTED: Waitress, over 21. Full
or part time. Apply in person at
Gulf Sands Restaurant, St. Joe
Beach. tfc-2-13
MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
man is as near as your telephone.
Call 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES
OF ST. JOE, across from the Post
Office. Local and Long Distance
Moving. Free Estimates.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
furnished apartment. Plenty of
living area. Call 227-4261 between
8:30 and 6:00 p.m. or 648-4600 af-
ter 6:00 p.m. tfic-2-13

FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room apart. Phone 227-7761. tfc

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 bedroom house.
Palm Blvd. Call Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., 227-4311 tfc-11-21

FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
brick home and small apartment,
1301 Long Ave. Phone 648-4128.
Mira.

FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house. 205
12th Street. Phone 227-5151. tfc
FOR RENT: At Highland View. Un-
furnished 3 bedroom and 2 bed-
room house, each has modern
plumbing. $35.00 mo. each. Phone
227-3983 or phone Greenhead No.
3 (2 long rings) on Highway 77. 4p
FOR RENT: Newly decorated bed-
room furnished downstairs ap-
artment, equipped with electrical
appliances. Call Mrs. Hubert Brin-
son, phone 227-5756, Sixth Street.
Couples are preferred.
FOR RENT: 10th St., 5 room house,
unfurnished, $35 mo. 10th St., 2
bedroom house furnished, $35 mo.
Long Ave., 5 room unfurnished
house, $40 mo. See Mrs. Nora Du-
ren, Phone 227-5471 or phone 229-
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FOR SALE: 10'x50' 2 bedroom trai-
ler, like new. For information
call Apalachicola 3-6924.
FOR SALE: Full blood Chihuahua
puppy. See H. F. Ayers.
FOR SALE: Gold leather bound
family Bible. Large print. Guid-
ing Light edition. $25.00. See at
305 13th Street. 2tp-2-13
FOR SALE: 5-ton GE air condition-
er, commercial type. In. good
condition. For details call 229-
3526. litp
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: House, 3 bedrooms, 2
baths, utility, family, dining and
living rooms, or 5 and 3 room apts.
F. B. Redfearn, Phone 639-2216 day
or 639-2646 night, Wewahitchka.
3tc-1-30.
WANTED TO BUY: Roller piano.
Must be in good condition. Call
227-5271. Roche Furniture and Ap-
pliance Store.
NEED A JOB? Investigate the op-
portunities with Electrolux Corp.
Contact branch office, 2515 East
Hwy 98. Panama City. Fla. Phone-
785-6033. 2tp-2-6
WANTED, ALTERATIONS: 20 yrs.
experience in altering men's, la-
dies and children's wear. PY-
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TRY DIADEX TABLETS (formerly
Dex-A-Diet). New name, same
formula. Only 98c. Campblel's"
Drugs. 4tp-1-23
PART TIME work selling Avon
Products. Hours at your conven-
ience, Write Mrs. Dorothy Martin,
Avon manager, P. 0. Box 3345 MSS
Tallahassee, Fla. ;.-
HELP WANTED: Are you looking
for a good part time or full time-.
income in Gulf Co., or Port St. Joe:
Many Rawleigh Dealers earn $2.50
and up per hour. Write Rawleigh,
Dept. FAA-100-26, Memphis, Tenn.
4tp-1-23
INCOME TAX SERVICE on a full
time basis, your office or mine,
business or personal, 20 years eK,
perience, subscriber to Commeittd
Clearing House Tax Guide, locatfvd
on highway S-381, next to "Infii.*
ger's Sportsman One Stop" (Wilih
Swamp Road). Rates reasonable.
Telephone Wewa 639-2415. R. t
CAPPS. 12tp-1-23
MOTEL TRAINING: Learn to man.
age motel, at home, in spare
time. Men, women and couples Over
25, Placement service. Low cost.
Write: National Motel Training,
Inc., P. 0. Box 71, Oak Park, Ill. 3
..TO MY MANY FRIENDS
Please note that I am now asso-
ciated with Addison Insurance Ag-
ency, 201 Monument Ave., Port St.
Joe, Florida, directly across the
street from the Post Office.
R. W. HENDERSON
Tel. 227-2011 Tel. 227-7741
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. C41
Buford Griffin, Phone 227-7Q 1
for quick expert service. tic


Williams Says Federal


Funds Are Available


FBr Park Road

Construction
Representative Ben C. Williams
told: the County Board of Com-
missioners.. that he and Senator Lu-
ther Tucker had made a trip to
Washington, D. C., to confer with
Senator George Smathers in re-
gards: to receiving federal aid on
a road into proposed St. Joseph
Spit'State Park.
Williams said that he and Tuck-
er had received a commitment of
$175,000 on the road to be secured
on a. matching basis of county or
state, money,
Yesterday, Williams, Tucker and
County,_ Commission Chairman
James McDaniel went to Tallahas-
see' to secure primary road fund
matching funds to go with the fed-
eral money for building the road.
rhey. made formal application for
the money while in Tallahassee.
*-Williams also requested the
Cotuty Botard to name the park the
T. I-. Stone Memorial Park. Wil-
liams justified his request on the
basis of-l'one being the first resi-
dent of modern Port St. Joe and
former owner of the land before
the Goyernment took it during the
World War II. Williams also cited
the work of Stone's son, Jesse V.
Stone hIn securing the park, The
Board took the request under ad-
visemepi.t

Lions Executive Speaks
To 'Local Club Monday
Henry S. Chillus, International
Counsellor of the Lions Club,
spoke, to, the Port St. Joe Lions at
their regular meeting Monday at
the. Mdtel St. Joe Restaurant.
Lions Chillus, formuly of Ham-
inond, Indiana and now residing at
Lanark Village, made a film pre-
seintatin of the operations of the
Liots International office in Chi-
cagb. Chillus indicated the official
publication of the Association,
"The Lion"', is second only to the
"Readers Digest" in the number
of foreign language translations.
"The 'Lion" is printed in eleven
languages and distributed' through-
out. the world,
Club President, John Howard,
indicated that the local club was
fortunate in having a speaker of
Lion Chillus's stature during Feb-
ruary, which is the month for hon-
oring International Counsellors of
,the Lions Club.
: Lamar W. Moore was inducted
into the club as a new member.


Mother of Local

Residents Passes Away
Mrs. Lola Dunning, age 87, was
taken by death at the Municipal
Hospital in Port St. Joe last Wed-
nesday after a short illness, She
was a native of Jakin, Georgia.
Funeral servcies were held on
Thursday of last week at 3:00 p.m.
in the Chapel of Evans Funeral
Home in Donalsonville, Ga. Rev.
W. E. Storey, Rev. Henry Durham
and Rev. Luther Hastey officiated.
-Mrs. Dunning was the last charter
member of the First Baptist
Church of Donalsonville, Ga. Inter-
ment was in Friendship Cemetery,
Donalsonville,
She is survived by two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Wilmoth Gibson of Port
St. Joe and Mrs. Harris Harvey of
Port St. Joe; four sons, Charlie
Dunning of Blakely, Ga.; S. T.
Dunning of Jakin, Ga.; Curtis Dun-
ning of Donalsonville, Ga., and
Tom Dunning of Tampa; one sis-
ter, Mrs. R. M. Sanders of Fort
Lauderdale; one brother, Russell
Loftin of Albany, Georgia; 11
grandchildren and nine great
grandchildren.
Active pallbearers were Charles
Gibson, Wilbur Evans, A. J. Moul-
ton, James Gibson, Quincy BQwen
and Vester McLendon,
Mrs. Durnning was visiting with
her daughter, Mrs. Wilmoth Gib-
son, of Port St. Joe at the time of
her illness.

Annual Golf Tourney

Set In Panama City


Safety Awards
(Continued From Page 1)
Highlighlight of the evening was the
accident prevention lecture by
"The Wizard of Cause", K. Thomas
Call of the Liberty Mutual Insur-
ance Company. Mr. Call, a nation-
ally recognized magician, illust-
rated his talk with a program of
magic. '.John Vance, Area Repre-
sentative of Liberty Mutual, was
also a guest of the Paper Company.

Polio Immunization
(Continued From Page 1)
sently taking the Salk vaccine.
Salk vaccine provides temporary
immunity and requires "booster"
injections at intervals while Sabin
vaccine gives lasting protection
against all three types of polio
and prevents you from being a
VIRUS "CARRIER". It is import-
ant for older people who are po-
tential carriers to take the vaccine
this will Protect The Children.


PTA Planning for

Founder's Day
Founders Day, February 17, com-
memorates the day when the PTA
idea took on the force and vitality
of a nationwide movement. For it
was on that day in-1897 that some
2,000 persons came to Washington,
D. C., to discuss "questions most
vital to the welfare of children and
the manifold interests of the
home."
They came in response to the
call of Alice McLellan Birney and
Phoebe Apperson Hearst. And
when they left they had brought
into being a national organization
dedicated to safeguarding and pro-
moting the welfare of children in
home, school, church and commun-
ity-an organization that was to
grow in strength and influence and


The annual Little Tournament of make a deep imprint on American
Champions Golf Tournament will life.


be held in Panama City, Saturday
and Sunday, February 22 and 23,
according to local golfing enthus-
iasts.
Some of the greatest golfers in
the world will appear in the tour-
nament including Julius Boros,
Dow 'Finsterwald, Johnny Pott,
Tommy Bolt and many others.
As an added attraction, movie
star Dean Martin will also appear
in the tournament. Frank Sinatra
was also scheduled to appear, but
had to cancel his engagement
Tuesday.
Tickets for the tournament can
be obtained locally from Jimmy
Costin at Costin's Department
Store.

SUPPORT THE SHARKS


s41.2 zc---io ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house at every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
1007 Monument Ae. For informa- i t Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
tion call 227-5471, or 229-2941. tfc S, Joe, Fla. Phone 229.-36Ai fr
FOR RENT: One 2-bedroom furnish- ia' her information or write P. 0.
ed apartment. One 2-bedroom E., 535.
unfurnished apt. Two 1-bedroom
houses, furnished. Smith's Phar- THERE WILL BE a regular com-
macy, 'Phone 227-5111. munication of Pourt St. Joe L1odge
No .111, F. & A eve,' ,itst
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished and third Thui sidy at d 'w i ,.
apartment at 522% Third Street.
$10:00 per week. Water furnished. ,
Phone 227-8642. tfc-1-30 '


FOR RENT: 3 bedroom furnished
and unfurnished houses. Reason-
able. In Highland View. J. D.
Clark, 1017 Long Ave.

FOR SALE or RWNT: 2 bedroom
block house at White City. Phone
229-1140 or 229-2102. 4tc-2-6
FOR SALE: Residential lot. Phone
227-4696. Hulon Mitchell. tfc
FOR SALE: Five all white top wall
cabinets, one large space gas hea-
ter, one dinette table, one chest of
drawers. All pieces are in good con-
dition. Call Mrs. Hubert Brinson,
Phone 227-5756, Sixth St.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, $9,-
800.00. Terms. 2 bedroom house
at St. Joe Beach. Terms. 3 bedroom
house, pool, chain link fence.
Terms. C. W. Long, 137 Hunter
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: Stucco house situated
on 90'x150' lot. Near Elementary
School. 3 bedrooms. Hardwood
floors. House insulated. Chain linKi
fence around back yard. Reasonably
priced. Call Will Ramsey 7-3161
day or 7-3646 night.
FOR SALE: One Allstate motor
scooter in excellent condition.
Call 227-3751, Pete Fox, for de-
tails. tfc-1-9


N. G. MARTIN, W. M. .
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
!.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. O0
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged tr
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretaiv: J. C. Martin.

R. A. M.-Regular convocation wo
St. Joseph Chapter No. 5d. R A
M. 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
ing companions welcome.
Edgar L. Smith. High Priest
Roy L Burch, Secretary

WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST t14,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet.
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.

25 Years Expedrle. -

Income Tax Service
Prompt and Efficient


J. D. CLARK
1017 Long Ave.


i na w ow srp


FOR SALE LiKUT STOKES
Large two bedroom house com-
pletely furnished on 8th St. Pric- Landscaping Clearing
ed for quick sale at $6,000. Fill Dirt Top Soil
Two bedroom masonry house on Oyster Shells
Palm Blvd., with large den. Sit-
uated on two lots on corner. Phones
Three bedroom masonry house 229-3311 and 27-4853
on Marvin Ave. Can sell for only and 7-4853
$9,700.
FRANK HANNON SELL THAT 'WHITE ELEPHANT'
Registered Real Estate Broker
221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491 WITH A STAR CLASSIFIED


AMERICAN SCHOOLS

Train Your Pharmacist to
Use the Medicines of all th.
World for you!
The vital ingredients of your pres-
criptions and medicines come from
the far corners of all the world .
but our pharmacists are trained in
American skills and knowledge to
help you.


SMITH'S PHARMACY

2 Registered Pharmacists on duty


Phone 227-5111


Drive-In Window At


Rear


.- NEED A PLUMBER?

CALL BFAMAN
Plumbing Inrtallation Repair
Contract Work A Specialty

Agenta for
Brond Name Plumbing Fixtures
---CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE-


TWO EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS TO SERVE YOU

BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE
1107 GARRISON AVE. PHONE SAII 74541


February is the month in which
we honor those two great women,
'who gave unselfishly of their lives
and money for better education
and welfare of children and youth
in organizing our National Con-
gress of Parents and Teachers 67
years ago,
As parents of Port. St. Joe'chil-
dren and youth, are you doing
your part to help this great work?
Do you help promote the objects
of our PTA: that is .
1. Promote the welfare of chil-
dren and youth in home, school,
church and community.
2. Raise the standards of home
life,
3. Secure adequate laws for the
care and protection of children
and youth.
4. To bring into closer relation
the home and the school, that par-
ents and teachers may cooperate
intelligently in the training of the
child.
5. To develop between educators
and the general public such unit-
ed efforts as will secure for every
child the highest advantages in
physical, mental, social and spirit-
ual education.
Plan to attend the Founder's
Day Program at 8:00 p.m., Febru-
ary 20, 1964 at the Elementary
School, in order that you might
become better informed as to
what you can do for our children.'


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1964




THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Fler 4
By The Star Publishing Company "
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and PubPther
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesmarn, Photographer, Columnist, Report er rf
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
DIAL 227-3161 POSTOFFICE Box 80

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

SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.0C SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS, $127.50

TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissiona in advertisements, the puhbilhers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
Advertisement.


Football Squad Is

Honored At Dinner
Last week the Sharks football
squad was feted with their annual
banquet in the school cafeteria.
The program was emceed by
county supervisor, Hubert Richards.
In addition to the dinner, awards
were made to various players for
their season's activities. Receiving
awards were: Bill Vervaeke, lea-
dership; Jimmy Goodman, most
valuable player and NWFC all-star
team; David Dickey, most improv-
ed player and Tommy Sisk, sports-
manship.
The players presented gifts to
their coaches and to Jake Mou-
chette, Shark Boosters chairman.


St. Joe High School

Lunch Room Menu


Monday, February 17
Spaghetti and meat sauce,


snap


beans, cheese wedge, cole slaw, !
cake, milk, butter and bread.
Tuesday, February 18
Chicken and rice, tossed green
salad, English peas, hot rolls, jel-
ly, milk, bread and butter.
Wednesday, February 19
Hamburgers, buns, dills, onions,
potatoes in jackets, sliced toma-
to, pineapple salad, milk, bread
and butter.


Thursday, February 20
Spiced ham loaf, steamed pota-
toes, cabbage, apple, carrot salad,
hot rolls, milk, bread and butter.
Friday, February 21
Macaroni and cheese, tuna fish
and tomato, lettuce wedge, turnip
greens, muffin bread, ritz crack-
ers, milk, bread and butter.

Dickinson Will Visit
Port St. Joe Tuesday
Fred 0. Dickinson will be in
Port St. Joe Tuesday, February 18
at the corner of Reid Avenue and
Highway 71 next to the City Hall
between 4:15 and 5:15 p.m.
Mr. Dickinson will qualify in
Tallahassee at noon and then tra-
vel West Florida.

Glidden Teams to Meet

In Cage Contest
There will be a basketball game
Frdiay night, February 14 at 7:00
p.m., between the Glidden Com-
pany Jacksonville team and Glid-
den Company Port St. Joe team.
The game is to be held in the
high school gym and the public is
cordially invited to attend.


* BUSINESS DIRECTORY *


HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES--
SIX SENSATIONAL
MoDELS FOR __ _
YOUR RIDINQ "" H Jl''h'il
PLEASURE
See us for new and
used motorcycles or motor scooters.
We offer low down payments and
easy terms to fit your pocketbook.
"FOR INFORMATION CALL"
GULF COAST Harley.Davidson
1418 Harrison Ave. SU 5.6363


RUG CLEANING
9 by 12 Rugs, $5.00
CASH AND CARRY
Dyeing Spot Removal
FLOORMASTER RUGATERIA
3425 E. Hwy. 98 PO 3-1545


CATHERINE'S SHOP
First Quality Fabric
Patterns Notions
See Our Spring Hats


2817 E. 5th St.


SU 5-6091


ELLIS MUSIC CO.
HAMMOND ORGANS
Story & Clark Pianos


Guitars, Musical Instruments
SHEET MUSIC, INSTRUCTIONS
314 Harrison Ave. 763-261


VOLKSWAGEN
SALES and SERVICE
704 West 15th Street
Phone 763-5495


BONDY'S RAMBLER
SALES AND SERVICE ON
Rambler Renault M.G.
Austin Healy
Repairs on all imports
1026 Harrison Ave. Ph. 763-4678


BOB'S TOP SHOP
Auto Interiors a Specialty
Complete furniture upholstery
Truck, Tractor Seats Repaired


2135 Hwy. 98 East


CARD OF THANKS
The family of Barney L. McCor-
mick would like to thank our
friends for the many acts of kind-
ness and sympathy shown during
our recent time of sadness. The
beautiful flowers were greatly ap-
preciated also.
Honorary pallbearers were not
named for the funeral as we did
not wish to omit any of Barney's
friends.
VELMA McCORMICK
EARL McCORMICK
BONCILE EARNEST

Midget Investments With
Giant R/turru








ARFREE DRIVING
starts at the


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

St. Joe

Auto Parts
311 Williams Avrmn





you frame
your ..


When you have a Prescription
filled do you take a few pills
or a few spoonfuls and then
put it on the shelf and forget
about it? If you do, you- are
jeopardizing your health. Follow
your Doctor's instructions to
the letter-take all of the Pre-
scription. Then go back to your
doctor. He'll tell you whether
or not to have the Prescription
re-filled. There are too many.
half-filled bottles in medicine
chests, mute testimony that YOU
PAID for your doctor's advice
and didn't follow it. You might
as well frame your doctor's
Prescription as to take only a
part of it. The most important
business we have is filling your
Doctor's Prescription. Your most
important job is taking it.

YOUR


PO 3-1683


M & S
TERMITE & PEST CONTROL, Inc.
HOME OWNED SINCE 1943
"Don't let your pests rest-
put M&S to the test"
HOME COMMERCIAL
RESIDENTIAL
for free inspection call SU 5-8733


Buzzelt's Drug Store

Drive-In Window Service
Free Parking
317 Williams Ave.


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THESE SPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 THROUGH TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18


II -"


Shop, Compare RICH'S Every Day Low Price
With Stamp Store Prices or Discount Store Prices and See for Yourself RICH'S SAVES YOU CASH
MONEY Every Day of the Week "Shop RICH'S, Where A Dollar Still Buys A Dollar's Worth!"
II


25 Pound Bag


lt69


WITH $5.00 ORImR


GIANT SIZE WITH $5.00 ORDER

FAB Bx 59c
Box

MODELS OR ANY BRAND

KOTEXE 29c


SUGARY SAM YELLOW LABEL
SWEET POTATOES
GOLD CREST NO. 2/2 CANS


PE A CHE S


KRAFT
MAYONNAISE
QUART JAR

149cl


C


4 CANS


Del Monte 14 Oz. Bottle
CATSUP
2 BOTTLES

29c


CANNED DRINKS (Any Brand) can 10c
No. 1 Tall Can TOMATOES can IOc
Swift's LUNCHEON PREM can 39c
JUMBO PIES (box of 12) box 39c
CHARCOAL (20poundbag) bag 98c


PAL COOKING
OIL
NO. 10 JUG

7 Sc
With $5.00 Order


SLENDER SUE
Ice Milk
HALF GALLON

29c
With $5.00 Order


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Ga. Grade 'A'
FR YEARS
POUND
25c


Amison Best Apalach
OYSTERS

69C


SMALL TENDER SPARE RIBS 3 lbs.
FRESH MEATY NECK BONES 5 Ibs.
HAM HOCKS 3 Ibs.
HOG MAW 4 Ibs.
Our Own Made PAN SAUSAGE----- 3 Ibs..
For All Our Customer's Satisfaction, We Have
SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEIN BEEF
There is no Substitute for Tenderness Or We Have
A PULL VARIETY OF U. S. CHOICE BEEF
Our Best First Cut Fresh Lean
SLAB BACON GROUND BEEF,
Pound S3 POUNDS

29c 1.19
Choice Selection
SWIFT'S PREMIUM SPRING LAMB
SWIFT'S PREMIUM VEAL
1MI


Our Best Center Cut
PORK CHOPS
Pound
59c
Brisket Stew 5 lbs. 99c


CUBE STEAK or
Minute Steak
Each
lOc


Meaty Short Ribs lb. 39c


GARDEN FRESH 6 EARS

Roasting Ears 6 for 39c
Mc KEN ZIE'S FR 0 Z EN VEGETABLES
8 Different Varieties


6


Boxes


S1.00


FAMILY SIZE REGULAR 83c
CREST TOOTH PASTE


69c


Farm Fresh


2 Truck Loads Arriving Every Week
U. S. NO. 1 IRISH

Potatoes


10 LB. BAG


50 Lb. Bag With $5 Order


$1.49


GARDEN FRESH
TURNIPS COLLARDS MUSTARD
Fresh Florida
STRAWBERRIES pint 39c
Tasty Vine Ripe Good Single
TOMATOES BANANAS
No. 1 Fancy Lb. Pound

10c 10c
Fancy Bell Apple
PEPPERS CIDER
5 PODS Gallon

10c 98c
GRANDMA SAYS BROWN EGGS ARE BETTER!
GA. GRADE 'A' LARGE BROWN
EGGS 2 o. 97c

FROSTY MORN HALF GALLON

PURE LARD 39c

YOUR TOTAL WILL BE CHEAPER AT RICH'S
Plus One Dozen Ga. Grade 'A' LARQC

EGGS FREE!-
With $10.00 Order or More


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Prices In This Ad
Are Good
Thurs., Fri. and Sat.
Feb. 13, 14,15


Shop Jitney for extra specials on VALENTINE
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PO5DVALIE!


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401 Reid Avenue


uli
Foob CEMrIETE
0'
IC\Ni tC filp
IWTER


SHOULDER
ROAST


Dubuque's Fine Lamb!


LB.
39c


SHOULDER LB.
CHOPS 49c


DUBUQUE'S PURE PORK
SAUSAGE
COPELAND'S BAR-C
SAUSAGE


LB. ROLL
29c
3 LB. PKG.
99e


SLICED BACON


Ends, Pieces


HENDERSON'S -- Limit 1 With $5.00 Order

SUGAR


5 Lb.
Bag


ROBIN HOOD


FLOUR


5 Lb.
Bag


MAXWELL HOUSE --'Limit 1 With $5.00 Order


COFFEE


Pound
Bag


3 LB. CAN SNOWDRIFT -- Limit 1 With $5.00 Order

SHORTENING


U


LARGE BOX
CHEER
25c


KEAFT
Mayonniase
ART 49c
QUART
BALLARD or PILLSBURY
BISCUITS


CAN 8c


6 BOTTLE CARTON Plus Deposit


R C COLAS


3


Cartons


$1.00


AURORA


Tissue


GOLD NOTE In Quarters
OLEO 2


Roll
Pkg.


21c

29c


Pound
Pkgs.


Marcal
PAPER NAPKINS
Hawaiian 46 Oz. Can
FRUIT PUNCH
Thrifty Ben 12 Oz. Pkg.
LARGE LIMA BEANS
Gold Seal 3 Lb. Can
DOG FOOD
Starkist Limit 2 /2 Size
CHUNK STYLE TUNA


pkg. 11l

can 39c

can 17c

can 43c

can 29c


Golden Ripe
BANANAS
GREEN HEAD CABBAGE


Idaho


POTATOES


YELLOW MEDIUM ONIONS


Cello Pack
CARROTS


LB.
BAG


PKGS.


ALL


THESE


SAVINGS


PLUS DOUBLE G AND PRIZE STAMPS
EVERY DAY ON EVERY PURCHASE OF 1Oc OR MORE AT JITNEY JUNGLE


19c


Dubuque's Fine Western Beef!

Fore-Quarter Lb 43c
FULL
SIDE Lb. 49

Hind-Quarter L 59c
--Cut Up and Wrapped Ready for Freezing!-
USE OUR BUDGET PLAN


10l


pound 5c


29c


pound


5c


15c


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Port St. Joe,

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3 BIG DAYS


Thursday,

Terrific


ality
/ 1


plaids, solids and fan-
and Ivy styling. Sizes


Wash 'n wear
cies. Regular
8 to 18.


MEN'S
MATCHED

WORK

SETS


PANTS.


5 50
Save on these
sturdy, long wear-
ing Sanforized twill
work s et s. Shirt
sizes s14Yz to 17;
Pants 29 to 42.

Men's Underwear
COTTON T-SHIRTS
lEo. 3 for 2.45 3 for 220
ATHLETIC SHIRTS
REG. 3 for 1.65 3 for 140
KNIT BRIEFS
Reg. 3 for 2.05 3 for 1
Sizes S, M, L, XL
BROADCLOTH SHORTS
REG. 3 for 2 .,5 3for 150
Sizes 28 to V;

SALE ON CAFE CURTAINS


$1.00
$1.99


$1.44


Friday & Saturday


Savings


On First


Merchandise!


Women's S-T-R-E-T-C-H


KNEE TICKLERS


REG. 2.99
Sanf orized, wash 'n wear
stretch d e n i m. Permanently
sewn crease. Sand, black, red
and madras blue Sizes 8 to 16.


Women's Dresses
ENTIRE STOCK, REG. 3.99
A large variety of
new styles in a for
complete size
range.


qN Unbleached Muslin

REG. 27c 5 YDS.$I

Our finest quality, 80-square, firmly
Shoes woven. 39-in. wide.

2 PR. Bed Pillow s
PR. $3 1.39 VALUE
Soft, fully feather
on of dress filled pillows, full size.
d flats. Co.m- Durable striped cover.
ing.

Shoes 1 Birdseye Diapers
S 2 PR. REG. DOZ.
PR. $3 1.99 DOZ. 3
Super soft, absorbent cotton,
shoes in boys' Hemmed size 27x27-in.
.bhine your Bath T w els
buy a pair T w
shoes and
shoes at 2 59c FOR
VALUE $
Long wearing double thread towels
Shoes in colorful plaid patterns. 20x40-in.

$4 Dish Towels
:fords and
a complete 10 for
Super absorbent, fine quality cot-
ton. Sanitary, lintless. A real Dollar
Day Value! 18x30-in.

WOMEN'S PANTIES


REG. 39c
Fine qual I I t y 32-gauge tricot;
elastic leg Hollywood brief style.
White and colors. Sizes 5, 6, 7.


$1


Men's Spring Slacks Boys' Sport Socks Women's Panties
REG. 3.99 *#Meren. -s 4 GUARANTEED
Ivy and continental styles. In *tripe ,a no. l ONE YEAR 2
Wash 'n wear heavyweight elties. 8 is* .to PR. i Sanitized runproof FOR
cotton. Sizes 29 to 36. 61/s t r I cot Hollywood
brief. Sizes up to 10.


Boys' Spring
REG. 2.99
Ivy and continental
styles. Wash 'n -t
we a r heavyweight f
cotton. Solids and
muted plaids. Sizes
to 1. Is.


Slacks


PRS. $5


GIRLS' PAN
ENTIRE STOCK, R]
Lace trimmed ray-
ons; cottons in solid q)
colors and prints.
Sizes 2 to 14.


TIES
EG. 39c
for1


Girls' Hollywood Briefs


39c QUALITY
Guaranteed 1 year!
White and colors.
Sisze 2 to 14.


4


FOR


BOWLING

NEWS


COMMERCIAL LEAGUE
By Al Jensen
Bowling was both good and bad
on lanes one and two, with Vitro
taking four points from the Steve-
dores. John Hanson bowled very
good with a 560 series. Billy Joe
Richards series was a 515.
Ruel Whitehurst for the Steve-
dores was high with a 490 series.
Big Joe Davis was somewhat cool
but managed to be second with a
475. It is good to see my good
friend Danny Maddox back to true
form again.
Alleys three and four saw some
good bowling on both sides, as
Costin's and Team 5 split two
points each.
Waring Murdock and Jake Kol-
ler were high for Costin's with a
536 and 488 in same order.
Al Jensenan d Everett Zeigler
were high for Team 5 with a 536
and 519 respectively.
Alleys five and six saw the Bar-
gain Basement Boys, Boyles, take
three big points from Michigan
Chemical. Archie Floyd, Sr., Buddy
and Wayne Ward all bowling well
over their average.
Frank Dennis didn't give up
without a fight however, as he
bowled a fine 513 series. Tom
Freeman was next wtih a 449
series.
P. S. I and all officers of the
NWBC would like to congratulate
the bowlers in this area for their
participation in our recent tour-
nament in Tallahassee. Our asso-
ciation sent more teams, percent-
age-wise than any other association
in the conference.
Team Standings W L
Costin's 49 27
Vitro 44 32
Team 5 38 38
Michigan Chem. __._.___ 35 41
Stevedores 32 44
Boyles 30 46
GULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE
By Maxine Jensen
St. Joe Furniture moved into
second place by one point when
they took four points from Florida
National Bank.
Donna Ward was high bowler for
the furniture store with a 380 ser-
ies. Dora Langley was nex with a
349.
Mary Harrison and Ruby Lucas
were top bowlers for Florida Na-
tional Bank with series of 368 and
361. We're glad to have you both
with us girls!
Comforter's gained another point
in the standings as they won three
points to Raffield Fisheries one.


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raised her average
Team Standings
Comforter's
St. Joe Furniture _
Raffield's Fisheries
Fla. Nat. Bank


another pin.
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All work guaranteed
ST. JOE RADIO
& TV COMPANY
Phone 227-4081


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church


Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
Morning Worship 11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION --------6:15
EVENING WORSHIP ........ 7:30
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) -..-- 7:30


A.1X.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.


VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated



FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH


Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.


SUNDAY SCHOOL ........
MORNING WORSHIP
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -----
EVENING WORSHIP
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday)


C. Byron Smith, Pastor


9:30 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
6:15 P.M.
7:30 P.M.
7:30 P.M.


"Come and Worship God With Us"


* CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *


DIAL 227-3161


Church School
MORNING WORSHIP
Bible Study (Wednesday)
Methodist Youth Fellowship
Evening Worship


DRY DRY COTTON, Reg. 1.99
36" OSNABURG, Reg. 2.69
Nice Assortment of
36" CU'RTAINS, Reg. 1.99


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THUFtSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 194
Jean Stoufer, Jo Ferrell and SELL THAT 'WHITE ELEPHANT'
Joan Myres didn't give up with- WITH A STAR CLASSIFIEDI
out a fight for Raffield's. They -
had series of 455, 405 and 358.
Maxine Jensen, Sue Moore and TFELVISION
Mary Roberts wer high bowlers TEL VIw IONw
for Comforter's with their series Black & White and Color
of 420, 386 and 376 respectively.
Mary had a fine 155 second game Stereo Air Conditioning
and came real close to picking up
the big four split. Barbara Tharpe Service Calts, $3.00


s~ I-s rp


9:45
11:00
7:30 1
6:00
7:30


A.M.-
A.M.
P.M.
P.M
P.M.


$2









Grade 'A' Fresh Dressed & Drawn Fla. or Ga. Shipped
i 3 FRYER LEGS and THIGHS
FRYER BREAST with ribs


YOUR CHOICE


Super-Right Cooked lb. Swift's Smoked Slab
HAM SLICES BAC 0 N
lb. 89c Ilb. 33c


"SUPER-RIGHT" SHORT SHANK FULLY COOKED


HAMS


"SUPER-RIGHT" MEATY PORK SPARE

RIBS


Shank
Portion


Delicious for
Barbecue


"SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN PORK CHOPS

QUARTER! Loin


(Whole or Half, lb. 49c

39c



35c


Sliced
2 to 3 Lb. Avg.


59c


AN PAKE RE.4C0SEA

A aFOR $10*',
Ap le Pi' OL


White House-13 Fl. Ozs.
Canned Milk 6 pack 79c
Special! Jane Parker
Glazed Donuts doz. 39c
Special! Jane Parker Old Fashioned-lV4 Lb.
OATMEAL-MOLASSES--SUGARED
Cookies 3 pkgs. $1.00


2S 150PIAID
With coupon and purchase of
Lb. Loaf Jane Parker
Raisin Bread 29c
', Jax. 2-15-64


i Coupon good thru Sun., Feb. 16


Special! A&P-Pint, 8 oz. Btls.
Grape Juice 2 btls. 69c
Special! White House Instant Nonfat
Dry Milk 8 qt. pkg. 59c
Special! Our Own Easy Brew
Tea Bags 64 for 49c


Special! All Flavors Marvel
Ice Cream /2 gal. 49c
Special! A&P Whole Green Beans or-Lb. Can
Green Peas 4 cans 89c
Special! lona Cut Beets or Cream -Lb. Can
Golden Corn 8 cans 89c


FRESH LARGE VINE RIPE


TOMATOES

tb 25c


EASTERN WHITE
POTATOES 10 lbs. 39c

FRESH CRISP 2 Lb. Bags
CARROTS 2 bags 29c


Special! Ann Page
Mayonnaise qt. jar 49c
Special! 3 Flavors Daily Brand-26 Oz. Cans
Dog Food 8 cans $1.00
Save at A&PI White Beauty
shortening 3 lb. can 49c


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CLOROX .....-...... qt. 23c
20 oz. Can Dole Sliced
PINEAPPLE -------. 41c
Dole Pineapple
ICE .--.--......... 46 oz. 39c
Dole Spiced-lb., 13 ozs.
PEACHES .....-- can 45c
Personal Bars (4c OFF)
Ivory Soap .... 4 bars 23c
Bath Bars
ZEST SOAP .... 2 for 41c
Detergent Tablets
SALVO .... lb., 7 oz. 41c
Gentle-12% ozs.
Ivory Snow .....---.--....... 35c
Detergent
DREFT .. lb., 1% oz. 35c
Detergent-12 ozs.
Ivory Liquid .-..........-. 35


Liquid Detergent
JOY ............... --------12 oz. 35c
Detergent
OXYDOL -. lb., 4 oz. 35c
Detergent--5 lbs., 3%K ozs.
TIDE -...-........-... box $1.29
Detergent-3 lbs., 5% ozs.
CHEER ............ ------box 79c
Detergent, 2 lbs., 7% oz.
DUZ box 81c
Detergent, 3 lbs., 2% oz.
DASH ............. box 79c
Cleaner
SPIC N SPAN .... lb. 31c
Cleanser (2c off)
COMET ........ 14 oz. 15c
Liquid Cleaner, pt., 12 oz.
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THRILL .... pt., 6 oz. 65c


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CRISCO (4c off) .... 75c
7 oz. can Ocean Spray
Cranberry Sauce --. 15c
Corn Meal
EELBECK .-..... 5 lb. 51c
Frozen Pot Pies
MORTON'S .... 5 for 99c
% lb. pkg. Loose Tea
LIPTON 89c
1 lb. Ctn. Margarine (2c off)
Kraft Miracle ------........ 29c
Qt. Jar Mayonnaise
KRAFT 61c
Qt. Btl. Apple-Grape Juice
RED CHEEK .-...-... 35c
Chicken Noodle Soup Mix
LIPTON ...... 2 pkgs. 37c
Golden Rise-8 oz.
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Bowling News
LADIES' COFFEE LEAGUE
Jitney Jungle defeated Amison
Seafood three to one Thursday
morning. Bowling high for Ami-
son was Doris Amison with a 449
series. She had games of 146, 168
and 135. Christine Lightfoot had a
359 series and a real good game
of 164. Evelyn Smith was really
bowling for Jitney Jungle. She had
games of 158, 217 and 133 for a
sereis of 508. This placed her first
high individual game and high ser-
ies for the lanes. (Good bowling
Evelyn). Jean Stebel had a 392
series.
The Whitfield Strikers and Bea-
man Plumbing bowled on lanes 5
and 6. Whitfield Strikers won all
four games. Jerry Freeman was
high for Whitfield with a 387 ser-
ies. She had one real good game
of 171. Mary Harrison was high for
Beaman with a 330 series. She also
picked up a 5-10 split.
West Florida Gas Co., and St.
Joe Natural Gas bowled on lanes
one and two. West Florida Gas won
three and Natural Gas one. Mary
Brown was high for West Florida
Gas with a 425 series. Ruth Grif-
fin bowled a 352 series. Donna
Ward bowled a 382 series for Nat-
ural Gas.
Rich's Super Market and Faye's
Seafood Grill were on lanes 7 and
8. Faye's lost all four points. Alice
Machen had a 372 series. Sally Ma-
lone was high for Rich's with a
375 series. Jonnia Sykes was next
with a 370 series.
Team Standings W L
Amison Seafood -------51% 20%
Jitney Jungle --------45 27
Whitfield Strikers --- 41 31


Rich's Super Mkt. .- 33
West Fla. Gas --------33
Faye's Seafood Grill -- 32
Beaman Plumbing -- 30
St. Jot Nat. Gas ------- 26%


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42
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People Of America .,
Facts from Comptons


Hartherns Leaving
For England
Rev. and Mrs. Charles H. Har-
thern will be leaving New York
on March 20, on the S. S. 'Sylvan-
ia", arriving in Liverpool, Eng-
land, on Saturday, March 28. Rev.
Harthern sincerely asks for the
prayers of all their friends in
Port St. Joe, as they endeavor to
revive and rebuild a church which
they pioneered in 1935.
Rev. Harthern offers a big
"thank you" to all the ministers
for the wonderful fellowship which
they have enjoyed together. Also
a word of thanks to the business
people of Port St. Joe, for their
courtesy and consideration. Not
forgetting the many kindnesses
and expressions of love from the
friends in the Oak Grove Assembly
of God Church.
Rev. Harthern says that when
they have completed their task in
England, they hope to return. Rev.
Harthern has travelled thousands
of miles in evangelistic work, but
he says no finer place to
live than Port St. Joe. The Har-
thern's mailing address in Eng-
land will be c/o 149, Penkhull New
Rd., Stoke-on-Trent, England.

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FLOUR 10 -Lbs. 88c
Ronco 8 Ounce
ELBOW MACARONI 9 pkgs. 88c
12 Ounce Cans
ARMOUR STREET 2 cans 88c
Copeland's
PURE LARD No. 10 Jug 88c
No. 5 Jar
BLACKBURN SYRUP 2 jars 88c
IGA
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Armour's 24 Ounce Cans
CHILI and BEANS 3 cans 88c
ARMIX (by Armour) With Other Purchases
Shortening 2 88c
TABLERITE CANNED No Limit!
Biscuits 11Cans 88e

TABLEFRESH PRODUCE *
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Potatoes 88c
TENDER GARDEN FRESH
Corn 8 88c
Vine Ripened
Fresh TOMATOES 4 1bs. 48c


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY f3, 1"4

MINUTES of the
BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION


WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
January 7, 1964
The Board of Public Instruction,
Gulf County, Florida, met on the
above date in regular session with
the following present and acting:
C. E. Boyer, Chairman, Carter
Ward, Joe Ferrell, William Roemer,
Sr,, and Kenneth Whitfield, mem-
bers.
The Superintendent was present
and acting.
.The minutes of the preceding
meeting were read and adopted as
read.
The financial statement for the
month of December was examined
and approved.
The Nurses' and Sanitarian's re-
ports were read and ordered filed.
A committee from the Port St.
Joe High School met with the board
asking the Board to rush the build-
ing of a lunchroom so that it would
be in operation for 1964-65 school
For Job Printing It's
THE STAR


year.
The Superintendent informed
them' that plans would be drawn
but doubted they would be in op-
eration in September when school
opened.
The General Supervisor inform-
ed the Board and the committee of
the needs of the schools and that
several survey men were coming in
to the county as soon as possible
to survey the needs and make their
recommendations.
Moved by Ward seconded by
Ferrell that Joseph K. Whitfield
be elected chairman, for the fiscal
year, 1964. All voted yes.
Moved by Roemer seconded by
Ward that Joe Ferrell be leected
vice-chairman for fiscal year, 1964.
All voted yes.
The Superintendent announced
to the Board that he was not going
to be a candidate in the coming
election, he wishes to retire,
There being no further business
to come before them at this time,
they adjourned to meet again in
regular session on February 4, 1964.
ATTEST:
Thomas A. Owens C. E. Boyer
Superintendent Chairman


Earnings Can Up Social Security
Payments After Benefits Are Started
Earnings received after the start has earned at least the maximum
of Social Security retirement ben- wages covered by Social Security


efits can result in an increase in'
the amount of the Social Security
check a retired person receives.
This may be news to a lot of
people. Some assume that once
they start to receive Social Secur-
ity checks the size of each month-
ly check would be the same from
then on. On the other hand, a few
people believe that any amount of
earnings after starting to receive
Social Security checks should in-
crease the size of future checks.
Their reasoning is, "I earn wages.
I pay more Social Security tax.
More tax payments to my credit
should mean I am entitled to
more money."
Whether earnings after benefits
start will increase the size of your
Social Security check depends on
how these additional earnings com-
pare with your earnings before ap-
plying for retirement benefits. Let's
take an example. Suppose that a
man turns 65 this year and that he


from 1951 on. From 1951 through
1954, $3600 a year was the maxi-
mum earnings covered by Social
Security; from 1955 through 1958,
the maximum was $4200 a year;
and from 1959 on, it has been
$4800 a year. We find on his earn-
ings record, therefore, four years
with $3600 wages credited; four
with $4200 and five with $4800.
To figure out how much this man
will receive each month from So-
cial Security, we first have to com-
pute his average monthly earnings.
We do not, however, compute this
average of the entire period from
1951 up to date. We can drop out
his five lowest years,
So, since he turned 65 in 1964,
we pick out his eight highest years
from 1951 up to 1964 and compute
his average monthly earnings over
that eight year period. Thus, for
this man, we pick out five $4800
years and three $4200 years. His
monthly benefit will be $123 a


month.
Suppose further that his com-
pany asks him to return to work
later this year and this additional
work brings his earnings up to
$4800 for 1964. After this year is
over, we can refigure his benefit
amount to include these additional
earnings. Again we will use his
eight high years. We will add in
this $4800 year and take out one
of the $4200 years we used before.
This will raise his average monthly
earnings and will increase his ben-
efit to $124 a month. Any time in
the future he has additional earn-
ings which will raise his average,
we can refigure his benefit again.
If you receive Social Security re-
tirement benefits and have had ad-
ditional earnings since payments
started-discuss the matter with
our office as soon as possible. It's
the best way to make certain of re-
ceiving the correct retirement ben-
efits. If your yearly earnings were
more than $1200, you have a right
to ask that your benefit be refig-
ured.
The Social Security Office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son Avenue, Panama City, (tele-
phone 763-5331.)


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