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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: September 3, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

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


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-SEVENTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1964


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Gulf C unty Labor Day Celebration Monday
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Program Begins


d The service is being provided
o5 by the Gulf County Health Depart-
rUe Us ay 'f ment and the Florida State Board
of Health in cooperation with the
A1program of free chest X-rays Gulf County TB and Health Asso-
-fe citizens of Gulf County will be- ciation.
gin Thesday, with the first appear-, There is no charge. There is no
ance of the Mobile X-Ray Unit at pain. There is no undressing. Only
Indian,. Pass near the McNeill's. a few seconds is needed to get the
Store. necessary X-ray which may save
Through September 19, the X-ray you months of hospitalization later
unit will:, visit ever area of Gulf on or may even save your life.
County and offer free chest X-rays. The schedule for the next week
The purpose of the program is to' is as follows:
,discover tuberculosis, lung cancer Tuesday, Sept. 8, Indian Pass,
and enlarged heart conditions ii McNeill's Store, 11:00 to 1:00.
citizens of Gulf County. In their Tuesday, Sept. 8, Oak Grove,
early stages, these ailments are de< Stripling's Store, 3:00 to 7:00.
tected by X-ray before sypmtoms Wednesday, September 9, Over-
occur. street, Post Office, 10:00 to 1:00.
Wednesday, Sept. 9, Beacon Hill
Beach, Scheffer's Grocery, 2:00 to
Merchants Giving 5:00 pm.
Color TV Monday Thursday, Sept. 10, Highland
olor TV oMondy View, Player's Super Market, 1:00
Merchants in Port St. Joe are:', to 4:00 p.m.
giving away a color television Z Thursday, ;Sept. 10, North Port
set on Monday, Labor Day, in, St. Joe, near Duren's Super Mar-
connection with the big Gulf ket, 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
County Labor Day Celebration. This free service is available for
Merchants participating in the all residents, 18 years of age and
give away have registration/ older.
blanks in their respective stores: '
for those who desire, to register. Fire, D Stoys Tracto
Sfor the, television set. '
Participating in the event andc Burns Six Acres Woods
furnishing registration blanks.
are the following Port St. Joe- Fire of undetermined origin de-
merchants: stroyed a small bulldozer owned
'-Jitney Jungle, Pate's Shell Ser-. by Leroy Stokes Sunday night.
vic., Christo's, Western Auto, The dozer was parked in the
WI' iley's Florist, Wiley's Supply,, woods near the Gulf County gar-
St. Joe Furniture, Cooper's Bar-;, bage land-fill on the Industrial
h ber Shop, Tomlinson's Insuranced, Road. Stokes' trucking firm had
Motel St. Joe, The Star, Floridad been hauling dirt from the site.
National Bank, DeLuxe Laundry{ The fire from the dozer set the
St.. Joe Hardware, Campbell'; woods on fire and burned approxi-
: Drug Store, Costin's Department. mately six acres before it was dis-
Store, Smith's Pharmacy, Danle' covered early Monday morning.
Furniture Co., Hurlbuts Furni-| The Gulf County Sheriff's De-
ture, Roche's Furniture, Rich &8 apartment is investigating the pos-
Sons Super Market, Cooper Chevi sibility of arson.
rolet, Piggly Wiggly, West Flor
ida Gas Co., Carp's Departmen Post Office to Close Monday
Store, Webb's 5c & 1Oc, Buzzett'
Drug Store, Boyles Department Postmaster Chauncey Costin
Store, Port Theatre, WJOE, Tom, announced this week that the
linson's 'ulf Service and Surplus Post Office will be closed all day
Sales. Monday, Labor Day.
There is no purchase necessary The Post Office will put up
to register for the TV set. The mail as it does on Sundays, but
set will be given away at the no window or delivery service
free fish fry dinner at the Ceni will be offered by the office on
tennial Building Monday. the holiday.


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By WESLEY R. IAMSEY


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Plans seem to be shaping up rapidly to have a truly splendiferous
]i abor Day Celebration on' Monr y. From the looks of activities of-
fered throughout the day in tte program printed on this page, it
would -eem that a full day of; enjoyment and celebration will be
provided for the entire population of Gulf County, no matter what
their taste.
It would seem that the Cehtennial Celebration of last Decem-
ber has started something. Whpt with the success of this venture,
which was sponsored by the City, and now with such an undertaking
as has gone into producing this L.abor Day Celebration, it would ap-
pear that at last Port St. Joe is Welding itself into a community that
will be considered as "home" to its residents. For a long time,
Port St. Joe has been populated by those migrating here and con-
sidering other places "home". These undertakings have served to
weld the community into a "home". We believe this will engender
more civic pride in our town and will make it move forward as only
a town can, that has the unequivocal backing of its citizens.

S In columns we have informed you of the "oddball" things that
."..r wife can bring home from a visit to "Mama" in Georgia. She
Vays brings home something-plants, fruit, food, pets, goldfish,
birds, etc. It's always an adventure to look through the car on her
homecomingn.
The last trip, two weeks 'ago, brought forth the capper of the
'ot.
She brought home a Siamese torn cat that uses the commode!
No kidding! No dirty sandbox for this cat. He has been trained
!-go to the bathroom and he does just that.
But we have our work cut out for us, though. The darn cat
mes out of the bathroom yowling for someone to flush the com-
)de. He has to be taught to flush it himself.


Program

9:00- PARADE Jake Koller, Chairman
FLOWER SHOW Mrs. Tom Byrd, Mrs. J. C. Arbogast and
Mrs. W. D. Sykes, Chairmen
HANDICRAFT EXHIBIT
BAKING CONTEST
All the above events in the old Buzzett Drug Store building.
INFORMATION CENTER Buzzett's Old Drug Store
9:30 11:30 GOLF DRIVING CONTEST ---------Bob Vervaeke, Chairman
For men and women South of Lewis' Garage.
9:30 "LITTLE Miss LABOR DAY" CONTEST City Park
For Ages 1 through 6 Trophies and Prizes.
10:30 "Miss LABOR DAY" CONTEST City Park
For Ages 16 thru 21, unmarried First, Second and Third finalists
to be judged at 9:00 P.M. at dance. Winners to be announced at
Dance intermission.
10:00 MOTOR BOAT RACES Joe Parrott, Chairman
CLASS 1: Hydroplane. CLASS 2: Fishing Boats. CLASS 3: Any
Boat. Trophies for winners in each class Second and Third
place, prizes, merchandise.
10:00 GOPHER RACE City Park
Conducted by Boy Scouts. Trophies for winners.
GREASED POLE City Park
John T. Simpson, Chairman. $10.00 prize for winner.
10:00 HORSESHOE PITCHING CONTEST High School Grounds
J. L. Bateman, Chairman. Prize of gold horseshoe tie pin.
11:00 12:00 TRACK MEET High School Grounds
Conducted by school coaches.
12:00 2:00 CENTENNIAL BUILDING ...-------. Hon. George G. Tapper, M.C.
BAND MUSIC
PRESENTATION OF COLORS American Legion
INVOCATION Dr. T. S. Harris, First Methodist Church
INTRODUCTION OF PLATFORM GUESTS ----------Master of Ceremonies
INTRODUCTION OF GUEST SPEAKER Hon. Ben C. Williams,
Representative, Gulf County

ADDRESS Hon. Mark Fisher
Vice-President and Regional Director,
United Paper Workers, AFL-CIO
ADDRESS Hon. William E. Allen
Secretary, Florida Federation of Labor
PRIZE For person coming greatest distance from St. Joe
DRAWING Color Television Set
given by Fort St. Joe Merchants
BENEDICTION Rev. C. Byron Smith, First Baptist Church

3:00 CAST NET THROWING CONTEST R. L. Smith, Chairman
Entrance fee ,$1.00. Prize, 150 lead nylon net.
3:00 HORSE SHOW Tom Coldewey, Chairman
At City Ball Park. Trophy and five ribbons awarded in each event.
5:30 DIXIE YOUTH BASEBALL GAME -- Dixie Youth National League Field
Game between American and National League Tournament teams.
Ribbons' awarded to each player.


5:00 9:00 CHICKEN SUPPER ($1.00 per plate) .--


Legion Home


FISHING CONTEST Otis Pyle, Chairman
Prize for largest bream, shellcracker, catfish, king mackerel, Spanish
mackerel, blue fish and dolphin. Weighing stations at Tomlinson's
Gulf Station in Port St. Joe; Stafford's Grocery at White City and
Wewa Hardware in Wewahitchka.


VISITORS SIGHT SEEING


_ Cars furnished by Otis Pyle


9:00 12:00 DANCE Cecil Curry, Chairman
Centennial Building. Dress informal. $3.50 per couple admission. I
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North St. Joe Planning


Labor Day Celebration


Labor Day is being celebrated
in North Port St. Joe with a par-
ade beginning at 9:00 a.m. The
following events will take place:
Parade
Beauty contest-small children
6 years and under.
Beauty contest-young ladies.
Lady's race.
Men's Race.
Dinner.
Baseball Game.
Dance.
The speaker for the Labor Day
Celebration will be Attorney Wil-
liams, who is a Professor of Law
at Florida A and M University in
Tallahassee.
All surrounding counties are in-
vited to take part in this celebra-
tion. It is being sponsored by
churches and civic organizations of
the city and co-sponsored by George
G. Tapper and Tom S. Coldewey
The winner of the young ladies
contest will be named at the dance
on Money Bayou Beach during in-
termission. The band playing for
this dance will be nationally known
and will feature the fascinating
and captivating "Miss Betty Har-
ris".

Two Cars Collide
Near Box Plant
Two cars collided near the watch-
man's gate at the Box Plant road
Monday, according to patrolman
Allen Ray Watson.
According to officers investigat-
ing the accident, Miss Dorothy Jean
Zealor was entering the Box Plant
road and ran into an auto driven
by Carl Zimmerman near the park-
ing apron at the watchman's shed.
City police said that Zimmerman
backed out of the parking area as
Miss Zealor approached. Zimmer-
man's car suffered approximately
$100 damages. Miss eZalor's car
was not damaged.
No charges were filed.

Legion Honors Boys,
Girls State Members
The American Legion, Post 116
and their Auxiliary gave a supper u
Tuesday, August 25 honoring the e
students that were sent to Boys a
and Girls State in Tallahassee. a,
Norma Peterson gave an inter-
esting talk on her experiences dur- ti
ing her week.
Jimmy Goodman and Larry Par- p
ker stated that they enjoyed their e
week and appreciated the oppor-
tunity to see how our government
functions.
Chauncey Costin, representing
the Rotary Club, gave an interest-
ing talk. The Rotary sponsored
Larry to Boy's State. bT
Other guests were Mrs. Parker, L
Mrs. Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. G
I Goodman. St


Jaycee Teacher .y.

ReceptionDraws

Large Number
The Port St. Joe Jaycees hon-
ored Port St., Joe's teachers at"f
their annual Teacher Reception
Sunday afternoon in the Port St. -
Joe High-School Library.
A large crowd of citizens
turned out during the afternoon
to meet and greet the teachers.
Pictured to the right are Jay-
cee project chairman, Harry Ti- :,
son; Hubert Richards, County Su-
pervisor; Howard Blick, Highland
View Elementary Superinten- _
dent; Harry Harrington, Port St. VA. ..'
Joe Elementary Superintendent; A,,
T. A. Owens, Gulf County Super. "
intenlent of Public Instruction; iI
Wayne Saunders, High School Su- '
perintendent; Mrs. Herbert Brou- A
ilette, Art Supervisor and Mrs. .
Ted Cannon, Jayceettes project
chairman.


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Pictured above is the well
drilling rig on location in High-
land View putting down a well
to furnish water for the new
Highland View Water Depart-
ment. The $200,000 project is
being financed with a govern-
ment loan.


Boat Races On Tap
For Monday Morning
Boat race chairman, Joe Parrott,
rges all boat owners wishing to
nter the boat races in the Labor
Day Celebration to register at 9:00
.m. Monday morning at the City
'ark. There will be a $1.00 registra-
don fee.
Weather and water conditions
permitting, the races will be stag-
d at 10:00 a.m.


Big Dance Wll
Climax lIof Do,
The Gulf County Labor Day Cele-
ration, sponsored by Organized
abor, Ir-lustry, Business, Civic
roups and the Gulf County-Port
t. Joe Chamber of Commerce will
e topped off with a big dance in
he Port St. Joe Centennial Buil!-
ig Monday night. Ti:- newly dec-
rated building will present a plea-
ant atmosphere for this dance,
which promises to be one of the
est in Port St. Joe's history.
The Louie Weaver Band from
anama City will furnish music
r dancing and listening, begin-
ing at 9:00 p.m., September 7.
his well known group is always
popular, as they mix their music
o please the tastes of all dancers.
One of the highlights of this
ance will be several contests.
here will be a twist, a wibble wob-
le and a waltz contest. The win-
ers in each group will be award-
I ribbons. These events will be
handled by Ted Cannon. The judg-
.g will be done by a blue ribbon
panel of prominent Port St. Joe
tizens. .Everyone at the dance
ill be eligible to enter the con-
ests.
Admission for the affair is $3.50
er couple. To make table reserva-
ons, contact Joe Mira at 648-4128.

AY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we cani speak-with It
once in a while-Trade with
your home towi merchants
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1964
Florida on Tuesday, September 8,
The polls will open at 7:00 A.M.
L e g a l O'clock and close at 7:00 P.M.
L e g a O'clock, Eastern Standard Time.
When there are more than two
I(2) Candidates for any one Office
and neither shall receive a major-
N O ; t City of the total votes cast for such
Office, then another election shall
NOTICE OF REGULAR be held two (2) weeks from the
MUNICIPAL ELECTION date of the first election, or Sep-
Notice is hereby given that the tember 22, 1964, at which time the
First Primary for the Office of two (2) Candidates receiving the
Mayor-Comimissioner and two (2) largest number of votes in the for-
City Commnissioneis, one in Group mer election shall be voted on
One (i) and one in Croup Two (2) again.
vill be held at the City Hall Fire J. B. WILLIAMS,
Station in the City of Port St. Joe, 1 4-8-13 City Auditor and Clerk


V' S' E F'Tfl~ ~ ST CHRy
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister

m Evening Worship .... 7:30 P.M.


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


QUALIFICATION
Your druggist's certificate as
a Registered pharm acist
shows that he has passed the
Florida State Board of Phar-
macy examination and is qual-
ified to dispense drugs. At
Smith's, two Registered Phar-
macists are on hand to serve
your n e e d s expertly and
quickly.


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N THE CIRCUIT COURT.
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ARET ANN GENTRY, ars
iintiff,

f GENTRY, D.VORCE ason Opens aturda
ICE TO: GERALD M. GEN-
whose place of residence is TALLAHASSEE Marsh hen ple gallinules.
evada Street, Victorville, Cal-
vada Street, Victorville, Cal- hunters will open Florida's 1964-65 Although rails and gallinule
or before the 21st day of Sep- hunting season at sunrise Saturday, found throughout the State,
C, A.D., 1964, the Defendant, September 5, according to A. D. Al-I .. .
M. Gentry, is required to drich, director, Game and Fresh ajirity of the hunting is do
upon Hon. Cecil G. Costing,
aintiff's Attorney, whose ad- Water Fish Commission. The day's tidal marsh areas along the
s 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. hunting will end at sunset. lines. Most of the successful n
?lorida, a copy of and file Hunting the migratory rails and hen hunting is done in a tii
he Clerk of said Court, the
I 1of an answer to the Bill gallinules (marsh hens) will be al- six counties along Florida's n
rmllaint filed against him ]owed for 69 consecutive days end- east coast-Nassau, Duval,
ing November 13. Bag limit for all John's, Flagler, Volusia and
NESS my hand and official rails and gallinules is 15 for a day's Vard Counties-and two cou
oid nty C F a, whi abag and 30 for total possession. along the western Gulf Co
gust, A.D., 1964. The clapper rail will be the pri- Gulf and Franklin.
GEORGE Y. CORE, mary species taken. Other promi- Hunting in other counties i
tClerk of Circuit Court-8-20 nnt species include the Virginia, coming more popular as
our king, black and sora rail. Hunters' hunters take advantage of
'THE CTTRCUITTT COUTT1? vli' also take the Florida and Pu'- hunting dates applying to n


THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
WILLIE JAMES JENKINS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIE MAE JENKINS,
Defendant.
NOTICE
present residence is unknown,
but whose last known place of
residence was Route 1, Box 133A,
Tuskegee, Alabama.
On or before the 21st day of
September, A. D., 1964, the Defend-
ant, WILLIE MAE JENKINS, is re-
quired to serve upon William J.
Rish, Plaintiff's Attorney, whose
address is 303 Fourth Street, Port
St. Joe, Florida, a copy of, and file
with the Clerk of said Court the
original of, an answer to the Com-
plaint for divorce filed against her
herein. Herein fail not or a decree
pro confesso will be entered
against you.,
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 10th day
of August, A. D. 1964.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Roselle Gaskin,
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-8-13
.-------------
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Be it known that I, TOM ADAMS,
Secretary of State of the State of the State of
Florida, do hereby give notice that
a GENERAL ELECTION will be
held first Monday in November,
A.D., 1964, the said Tuesday being
the third day of November, to fill
the following offices:
United States Senator
Representative in Congress for
the First Congressional District
Three (3) Justices of the Su-
preme Court, Groups 1, 2 and 3
One (1) Judge of the District
Court of Appeal for the First Ap-


pellate District
Governor
Secretary of State
Comptroller
Commissioner of Agriculture
Treasurer
Attorney General
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion
Florida Public Utilities Commis-
sioner
State Attorney of the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit
Public Defender Fourteenth Ju-
dicial Circuit
State Senator, Fifth Senatorial
District
One (1) Member of the House of
Representatives
Count Judge
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Sheriff
Tax Assessor
Tax Collector
County Superintendent of Pub-
lic Instruction
Supervisor of Registration


hens.
It has been estimated that Flor-
ida hunters harvest from 45,000 to
60,000 marsh hens each season.
Under the Migratory Bird Act,
marsh hen hunters must have their
shotguns plugged to three-shell ca-
pacity. Rifles are always prohibited
when taking migratory birds. Duck
stamp is not required for marsh
hens.

Homecoming and
Yarbrough Reunion
The annual homecoming and
Yarbrough family reunion will be
held Sunday, September 6 at Mid-
way Methodist Church located on
the Old Westville Road, five miles
southwest of Geneva, Alabama on
Sunday, September 6. The reunion


Three (3) Members of the Board will get underway at 9:30 a.m. and
of County Commissioners, Districts will continue all day.
1, 3 and 5 Special singing will begin about
Two (2) Members of the oBard
of Public Instruction, Districts 2 9:30 a.m. with the following sing-
and 4 ers: "The Assembly Gospel Sing-
Prosecuting Attorney ers", "The Stripling Family", T.
In Testimony Whereof, I have Kennedy, the old Gospel singer,
hereunto set my hand and the nnedy, the old Gospel singe
Great Seal of the State of Doyle Glass, Bob Kennedy, all of
Florida, at Tallahassee, the Port St. Joe.
Capital, this. the thirty-first Dinner will be served at 12:00.
day of July. A. D., 1964. All friends, relatives and ac-
TOM ADAMS,
Secretary of State quaintances have a special invita-
(SEAL) 4t-8-6 tion to attend.


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Cham. ions of adies


Bowlihg LeaguiNamed
e '-e Ladies Summer Bowling Firalace team, the Whitfield
a ended ids season with a de- Strikevith a 44 won and 20 lost
dinner* Monday night at recorChe team is made up of
;t. Joe Motel. Wayne Smith, Mrs. IV Harrison, Mrs. Ruby Lu-
.r of the St. Joe Bowling Lanes cas, IV Jerry Freeman and Mrs.
tbw gudct o0 honor at the din- Eula ] ey.
i er,1n macdthe,.4resentation of the The ;ond place team of the
trophies and the awards to: Leagues the E. L. Amison Sea-
g~g7ri


BOWLING CHAMPS-Pictured above, left to right, are
Mrs. Eula Dickey, Mrs. Jerry Freeman, Mrs. Ruby Lu-
cas and Mrs. Mary Harrison, members of the Women's
Summer Bowling League championship team.


High series awards went to: 'A'
Division, Mary Brown, 541; 'B' Di-
vision, Mary Harrison, 500; 'C' Di-
vision, Eula Dickey, 409.
Woman's International Bowling


food Company team with a 42 won
22 lost record. This team is made
up of Mrs. Ann Whittle, Mrs. Ver-
na Burch, Mrs. Mary Brown and
Mrs. Lois Smith.
High games honored were as fol-
lows: 'A' Division, Mary Brown,
250; 'B' Division, Mary Harrison,
| 192; 'C' Division, Lois Faulk, 166.


Principal Saunders-
Tells of School Prigram
High School Principal Wayne
Saunders, spoke to the Rotary Club
last Thursday, telling the Club' of
some of the new program being of-
fered by the school.
The three main new programs
added to the curriculum include:
A DCT program, which is a pro-
gram of classroom instruction and
actual on-the-job experience at the
trades. Local tradesmen and busi-
ness and manufacturing establish-
ments are cooperating in this pro-
gram. This is designed especially
for students who do not plan to go
to college after school and must
learn a trade.
This year a special educational
unit has been provided by the state
to teach driver education. Driver
education is now required in Gulf
County schools.
Another unit of teaching is al-
lowing the offering of public speak-
ing, general business and world
history.
Saunders said that the biggest
difficulty in offering new subjects,

up seven pins after 21 games.
After the presentations, Mr.


Congress awards went to Diane Ay- Smith treated those present to
cock for her high series of 534 plus three games of bowling for half
150 handicap, and to Ruby Lucas price, provided the ladies would
for the most improved. She picked I come as they were they went!


THE STAR, Porf St. Joe, Fforfda THURSDAY, SEPI'tMBER 3, 1964



THE STAR
Published Evcry Thursday At 3056 Willilan Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY B. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman,. Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department


DIAL 227-3161


POSTOFF~CE Box 308


Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 198.7, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.

SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS, $127.50

TO ADVERTISERS-In ease of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves' able for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.

The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con.
vinces. The spoken word is lost; th- printed word remains.


was not in obtaining instructors,
but getting students to take the
courses. Three new teaching units
have been added this year. The
school now has 31 instructors.
A different classroom schedule
has been inaugurated with the new
school ,year. There are no longer
study hall periods. The class per-
iods have been extended to 70 min-
ute periods with half of the period
for introducing new material and


the other half for supervised stud,
All students will carry six subject
The subjects will be offered at tU
rate of five per day, on a four d
week basis. This necessitates t!
staggering of classes to get the s
subject load in the student's stu-
dy plans four times a week.
In talking of the school's a
creditation status, Saunders sr
a new lunchroom is scheduled fc;
construction this year


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upholstered chairs are vinyl covered,
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CHARMING OVAL DESIGN
Bronzetone or chrome trm-take your
choice in this popular oval 5-piece set
2 I a smart accent for your d;ning
area. There's something special about
an oval table. One of our top sellers.


$69.95
FAMILY SIZE 7-PIECE SET
Color-coordinatef vinyl upholstery and a
lifetime rimmed pi3iic topo m3e ihis an
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New Floor Added NOW
The House That Value Built! 2:
(Exclusive Shopping for Men, Boys, Ladies, Children)


(NOTE: A Picture of Boyles Store Front plan-
ned for this space Appears that Star sent
same into orbit to moon!)
Here We Go Into Orbit With Super
GRAND OPENING VALUES!
--- MAIN FLOOR ---
Unpacked. Tuesday New Styles Fine
DRIP DRY COTTON BLOUSES

97c each
They look twice the price
Roll up sleeves in stunning fall prints and favorite
solid color broadcloth. Ladies sizes 32 to 38.
---- SECOND FLOOR ---
SAVE THIS COUPON
WORTH $1.00 CASH!
On The Purchase of
Men's or Boy's Suit, Sport Coat
or Fall and Winter Jacket
(Cash, Layaway or Credit Card Purchase)


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$2.99 and up


OUR BUSINESS IS SERVING


i the First Uibpeco Fine-Riter Guarai

Otomers! FALLPEL
OVER 18 YEtS OF VALUE LEADER


1946 Over 18 Years 1964
1-94 in Port St. Joe j 6
GRAND OPENING FEATURE
in Boyles spacious, new, La-
dies and Children's Shoe De-,
partment!

Free pr. Nylon
Hose or Sox


rhurs., Sept. 3-First Big Day-A Mammoth Value Festival


Back To School

Dress Bonanza


ri 2 for$7.90
Dan River ginghams, prints and
solids. Jr., Jr. Petite, Missy and
Half Sizes They are fabulous
iI buys Special for Boyles new
.i4 Ladies Department.
I OTHER STYLES AT
$5.99 to $24.99

Grand Opening

Coat and Suit
SAVINGS SALE!

$15.00 andup
SAVE! Use Our Convenient Lay-
away. $1.00 will hold your selec-
tion. Sizes for Jr., Jr. Petite and
Missy. Many new styles and fab-
rics, and colors to choose from.


School Sweater Opener


Sizes 3
1 thru 3 $1m99


Sizes 3-6x 2. 9
and 7-14 M ,,, '


Assorted new fall colors, of red, blue, pink, beige. Bulky
and fine guage orlons. Another fantastic buy for Boyles
customers!

Grand Opening

School Dress
BONANZA

S 2for .50
Regularly sold for $2.99 each or
/ more. Sizes 3 to 6x and 7 to 14.
Gay plaids, solids and prints. All
daintily styled and pretty enough
for a Queen.
CLOSE-OUTS. EVERY ITEM TO BE SOLD
At These Fantastic Prices
White and Bone Values to $9.99
ALL LADIES DRESS SHOES pair $3.00
Values to $6.99
ALL WHITE and BONE FLATS pair $2.00
ALL SANDALS pair $1.69
75 Ladies Values to $16.99
SUMMER DRESSES $3.00 and $5.00
ALL MEN'S STRAW HATS each $1.00
Entire stbck
SHORTS, SHORT SETS and SPORTSWEAR -..... 1/2 PRICE


Grand Opening Sock Sale
SECOND FLOOR
$1.00 Value Fine Ribbed
Banlon Stretch Sox
2 pairs $1.00
7 colors. Stretch. 10 to 13.


Pre-ticketed 55c Value
CREW SOX
for boys
3 pairs $1.00
First quality, white with colored tops.


A CURSORY VIEW OF BOYLES NEW, EXCLUSIVE, PRIVATE SHOPPING
STORE FOR MEN and BOYE ... SECOND FLOOR. In the background, R. Glenn
Boyles, Erlma M. Boyles, owners and Mrs. Ruth Keels, employee.
FINE QUALITY PHIL MAID

NYLON SLIPS
$2.69 each
Exquisite lace trimmed, shadow panel, 32 to 44. Short, tall and average.
A whale of a buy Never sold for less than $2.99. A Phil Maid cus-
tomer is ALWAYS a Phil Maid customer!


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A PARTIAL VIEW OF BOYLES SPACIOUS NEW CHILDREN'S SHOE DE-
PARTMENT ... Main Floor. New Ladiks Shoe Department is on the right .
Main Floor.

YOU ARE INVITED TO USE BOYLES NEW CHARGE SERVICE! ALL APPROVED
CREDIT CARDS GLADLY ACCEPTED HERE!
Oil Company Credit Cards ... All Department Store Credit Cards Mail Order
Credit Cards Telephone Credit Cards Hotel Credit Cards Yes, any
and all bonafide, approved Credit Cards now acceptable at Boyles. Statements
of accounts will be mailed you by CREDIT CARD ACCEPTANCE CORPORA-
TION. Another added service at BOYLES!


Minim-.U


222 eid Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla. Phone 227-4261
i "Your Home-Owned Friendship Store"


GETIMELY SAVINGS DURING THIS SALE!


GRAND OPENING TROUSER SALE!
SECOND FLOOR
Young Men's Polished Cotton

Wash and Wear

Tapered PANTS

Sizes 28
to 36 $ 99

Famous and favored by the school set
LEE LEENS .--- pair $4.39
Extra tapered in white or green whipcord and
blue denim. Sizes 27 to 36.


National Made-to-your-measure
clothes at BOYLES! '


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GRAID OPENING MEN'S SUIT SALE!
SECOND FLOOR

Values up to $50.00




Special Shipment
for this event .
Regulars, Longs,
Shorts..'Colle.
giate and conser- -
vative models .
34 to 46. All wool,
wool and dacron,

Port St. Joe's Largest Stock of _(i i !
Dress Pants and Jackets'
PRICED RIGHM!

MEN'S TOP SHOE
FASHiO, i FOR FALL
GRAND OPENING SHOE SALE!
SECOND FLOOR (Men and Boys)
M[en's Guaranteed Randcraft

O1A:ERS & OXFORDS



Includes all Beg. $8.99
Values
Black or brown
Sizes 6V/2 to 12
New Fall Styles
ACME BOOTS
For Men and Boys have
arrived!
COMPLETE STOCK OF KEDS and CANVAS FOOT-
WFAR AVAILABLE HERE!


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REGISTER HERE
FOR COLOR TV TO BE GIVEN
AWAY AT PORT ST. JOE'S BIG
LABOR DAY CELEBRATION
MONDAY, SEPT. 7
TV furnished by Merchant's
Association


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STEAKS *
SIRLOI0NS lb. 79c

ROUND STEAK lb. 79c
CLUB and
RIB STEAK lb. 79c

ROAST *
SHOULDER or
RUMP ROAST lb. 69c
DENVER OVEN ROAST or
SIRLOIN TIP lb. 89c
STREAK-O-LEAN
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FANCY" ELBERTA P OUND


Peaches 12-2

Red or Golden Delicious RED
Virginia Delicious

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We Have the Lowest In Town!


24 Ounce Can
SPAGHETTI and
MEAT BALLS
24 Ounce Can
BEEF STEW
152 Ounce Can
CORN BEEF HASH


REGISTER
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To Be Given Away At Labor Day
Celebration
You Must Be Present To Win
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(MIX OR MATCH) (YOUR CHOICE)

3 can $0,0


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RICH'S FEED IS AS FRESH AS
OUR PRODUCE
SMATCH 25 lbs. 99c
iYER -----25 lbs. $1.09

PELLETS -- 25 lbs. $1.19
HORSE---- 50 bs. $1.98


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Married to Gerald Doten


A late summer wedding united oval neckline. The long fitted
Miss Janice Kay Anderson and sleeves tapered to points at the
Mr. Gerald Doten on Saturday, Au- wrist. The softly pleated skirt fell
gust 22 in the First Methodist in folds in the back. A lovely ap-
Church at Port St. Joe. Dr. Thom- plique of lace gave the look of ele-
as S. Harris officiated during the gance to the front of the bodice
double ring ceremony. and skirt. Her veil of illusion was
The bride is the daughter of Mr. attached to a small crown. She car-
and Mrs. Milton Anderson and the ried a bridal bouquet of white car-
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and nations centered with a purple
Mrs. Woodrow Doten, Wayne, throated orchid tied with white sa-
Michigan. tin streamers.
r,..., ....e....hangdboA hofrne an Miss Linda Crosby, a friend of


altar accented with palms and can-
delabra burning bridal tapers. Ar-
rangements of white gladioli and
pompoms were also placed on the
altar.
Mrs. Mark Tomlinson, organist;
accompanied Mrs. James Tankers-
ley who sang, "I Love Thee" and
"0 Lord Most Holy."
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a formal floor
length gown of peau de sole. The
fitted bodice was designed with an


Opening Times
Sun. 2:45 p.m.
Sat. 12:45 pm.m
Mon.-Fri ....------.... 4:45 p.m.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY

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the bride from Lake Wales, served
as maid of honor and the brides
maid was Miss Sandra Brown of
Port St. Joe.
The bridal attendants wore bri-
dal blue satin dresses designed
with bell-shaped skirts, scooped
necklines and three-quarter length
sleeves. Their headpieces were
made of matching material crowns
with circular veils. Each attendant
carried a bouquet of pink carna-
tions.
Mr. Robert Costin served as best
man and the ushers were Nelson
Hall and Walter Dodson, Jr., all of
Port St. Joe.
Mrs. Anderson chose for her
daughter's wedding a blue embroi-
dered dress with matching acces-
sories and Mrs. Doten was dressed
in blue organza. Each wore a cor-
sage of white carnations.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson enter-
tained with a reception immediate-
ly following the ceremony in the
social hall..
The bride's table was overlaid
with white cut-work over blue.
At one end of the table was a
beautiful four-tiered cake topped
with wedding bells. Silver candel-
abrum with burning tapers and red
roses were placed opposite the
cake. An ivy entwined arch with
wedding bells completed the beau-
ty of the table.
The bride's guest book was dis-
played on a table overlaid with
white cut-work. A candle with a
nosegay of tiny roses completed
the beauty of the table.
After the initial cutting of the
cake by the young couple, Mrs.
Robert Vervaeke of Port St. Joe
and Miss Nancy Cierra of Jackson-
ville served the guests.
Miss Beverly Phillpot of Jack-
sonville presided at the punch
bowl.
Hostesses were Mrs. George An-
chors, Mrs. Chauncey Costin, Mrs.
W. T. Moseley and Mrs. William
Wager. Mrs. Thomas Freeman kept
the bride's book.
Among the out of town guests
were Mrs. Lester Oles, Judy, Nan-
cy and Franklin of Pontiac, Michi-
gan; Mrs. Laurel Sawyer of Mar-
ion, Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. Heis-
ner of Mt. Dora.
After a wedding trip to Michigan
the couple will be at home to
friends in Beaufort, South Carolina.


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Flower Show

Planned for

All Day' Monday
As an extra added attraction to
the Gulf County Labor Day Cele-
bration, the Port St. Joe Garden
Club will conduct a flower show
in the old Buzzett's Drug Store
building in downtown Port St. Joe.
The show will open at 9:00 a.m.
and will be open all day long for
viewing by'.those who wish to do
so. The show will include the fol-
lowing exhibits:
Tables representing the seasons
of the year, one place setting on
a card table.
Arrangements of fruit, fresh or
artificial, with or without foliage.
Weathered wood with fresh or
dried material. Accessory permit.
ted.


ENJOY LUAU-Members of the Long Avenue Baptist
Church enjoying a recent party are, left to right: Lucious
Allen, Gayle Odum, Laura Sewell, Bob Antley, David
Odum, Connie Jackson, Mrs. Neil Arnold, Mrs. Danny
Maddox, Barbara Martin and Emory Burleson.

Long Avenue Baptist Young People

Feted With Hawaiian Luau Feast
On Monday. August 24, the ian food was served to the follow-
Young Peoples' Department of the ing guests: Lucious Allen, Univer-
Long Avenue Baptist Church was sity of South Carolina; Gayle Odum
entertained with a Hawaiian luau
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Arrangement of all fresh plant at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Garuner-weboD llege; La
material including fresh flowers. Arnold at 131 Bellamy Circle. The ell; Bob Antley, Florida S
Small arrangement suitable for occasion was honoring the stu- versity; David Odum, Ouac
a coffee table. dents leaving for colleges and tist College; Connie Jacks
Original arrangement of exhibi- was given by their counselors, Mrs. Neil Arnold, Counselor, MD
tors' choice to be named by exhi- Neil Arnold and Mrs. Danny Mad- ny Maddox, Counselor;
bitor. dox. Martin and Emory Buries
Horticulture division-the dis- A delightful banquet of Hawai-I lor University.
play will include pot plants and
specimen of any flower available.
Members of the Garden Club will an d a n ia Have
be at the building Saturday after- II B n 4CI 9 M H av
noon from 4:00 to 6:00 to receive
dried and weathered wood arrange- i

a.m. Monday morning to receive
fresh material. The local band calendars, by
The show is open to anyone wish- which the Port St. Joe High School BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
ing to display arrangements, pot Band makes part of its money for Mr. and Mrs. Wayne I
plants and specimen of flowers.
The door will be closed at 12:00 additional uniforms and equipment announce the birth of a
noon, but will reopen at 2:00 p.m. have arrived and are in the hands chael Wayne, born Augu;
Drop in sometime Monday and of the people who placed orders Tallahassee Memorial F
view the flower, art and baking dis- for them last spring. The boy weighed six pou
plays. A concentrated coverage of the 14 ounces.
entire community and surrounding
Elementary School areas has been made by Clyde Fite Visit In Mayport
and his committee in charge of cal- Mrs. J. ,F.. Daniell and
I ..Lunh m Menu endar sales. If you have not been D. Dare have returned
lUnC oom MenU contacted it is probably because after visiting recent
you were not at home or have Mrs. Joe Bowen in Mayp
Port St. Joe Elementary School moved since making your order. Ifand Mrs M ac
Monday, September 7 you have not received your calen- and Mrs. C. F.aBruce in Ki
No school, Labor Day. dar, you can call the Fite residence, .oria .
Tuesday, September 8 229-1956, in the late afternoon or _____ia.
Ham and potatoes, cheese wed- evening and one will be delivered s In Live a
ges, field peas, cabbage slaw, hot immediately. Or you may go by Mrs. Trudie Harrison
biscuits and butter, syrup and the home at 1029 McClelland Ave- short visit to Live Oak la
milk. nue, during these hours and pick to see her daughter, Mrs
Wednesday, September 9 up yours. H. Flint and grandchildren
Cheeseburgers, snap beans, let- A few extra calendars were print-
tuce and tomato salad, cookies, but-
ter and milk. ed, so if you did not order one,
te thursday, September 10milk. but would like one anyway, you
Stew beef with brown gravy, may call or go by and get one as
rice, turnip greens, carrot sticks, long asthey last. There are only
corn bread ad butter, apple a few left, so deliveries will be on
saucrn bread and milk. butter, a first come, first served basis.
sauce and milk. ____
Friday, September 11 Visits Relatives
Tuna fish salad, English peas,
pimento cheese, sliced tomatoes, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Gliem "
white bread and butter, ice cream and children and two nieces, Con-
and milk. nie and Carol have returned home
-K to Glidden, Iowa after a visit here
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT with Mrs. Gliem's mother, Mrs. Joy
A-?C and Mrs. Charles Thomas L. Harrison. While here they also I
Sisk announce the birth of a son, visited friends and relatives in We-
Thomas Allen pn August 23. wahitchka, Panama City, Live Oak,
I Orlando and Daytona Beach.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR! READ THE
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PANAMA CITY

BUSINESS DIRECTORY *


iARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES -
SIX SENSATIONAL
MODERs .SAION VOLKSWAGEN
YOUR RIDING Q ItlIFh.;,^
See us for new and SALES ,and SERVICE
used motorcycles or motor scooters.
We offer low down payments and 704 West 15th Street
easy terms to fit your pocketbook.
"FOR INFORMATION CALL" Phone 763-5495
GULF COAST Harley-Davidson
1418 Harrison Ave. SU 5-6363

RUG CLEANING BONDY'S RAMBLER


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.
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ELLIS MUSIC CO.
HAMMOND ORGANS
Story & Clark Pianos
G:iars. Musical Tnstruments
SHEET MUSIC, INSTRUCTIONS
314 Harrison Ave. 763-2611


SU 5-6091


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
Truck. Trizter Seats Repaired


i3 6Hwy. 98 East'


PO 3.1683


M & S
1ERM11E & PEST CONTROL, Inc.
HOME OWNED SINCE 1943
"Don't let your pests rest-
put M&S to the test"
.-V1ME COMMERCIAL
RESIDENTIAL
for free inspection call SU 5-8733


ura Sew-
tate Uni-
hita Bap-
son,, Mrs.
irs. Dan-
Barbara
on, Bay-


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEJ iER 3, 1964



SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR



FINE CUSTOM TAILORED CLOTHES


Crank show/


SEPTEMBER
4 and 5

by

Reid

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SEE THE BEAUTIFUL NEW FABRICS..,
GET PROFESSIONAL ADVICE...
HAVE THE BEST LOOKING CLCOT :'S
YOU'VE EVER WORN CUSTOM. 7 .:....
TO YOUR OWN ME.'.C'....... :
AND TASTE.
DELIVERY NOW O. ..
AS YOU PREFER.



COSTIN'S


Hospital. Vitt Fl o e
fids and itturns Flower Shop



Mrs. w. Now Open For Business
to their
tly with Come by and see our line of PERMANENT
port, Mr. FLOWERS for home or cemetery use.
ksonville
ngsland, Your Business Is Appreciated


made a VITTUM'S NURSERY & FLOWER SHO f

ast week 1017 Woodward Avenue
n.


Drink



'Borden's



MILK


THE BEST TASTING
MILK IN OUR TOWN!
Drink milk at noon for
a refreshing lift. Try a
glass today... it's so-o
nutritious.


CHOCOLATE MILK
Delight the kids great with
after-school snacks!

ORANGE JUICE v-
Lip-smacking good! Full of vita-
min C, the "sunshine vitamin."

EGGS, BUTTER, CREAM
HALF & HALF, BUTTERMILK
Complete Line of Dairy
Products


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Phone 639-2356 Wewahitchka, Fla.


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ERASED THRU UNITED ARTISTS

Sunday, Monday
and Tuesday


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BOWLING NEWS


I INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE
It's that time again and Wayne
Smith out at the bowling alley can
start eating again. He says he has-
had anything since way last
Sere was some pretty fair
:- htry bowling going on Tuesday
jht, considering it was the first
light and the old men were stiff
and sore.
The defending league cham-
pions, Pul Mill, put Joe Davis's
534 and Troy\qay's 527 up against
Paper Mill and -erry Strobel's 544
and Tom Thorntones 510. Bill Wha-
ley hit for 499 and&Fead Ethridge
" chipped in a 494. A. D. Roberts,
while niot quite, getting a\500 ser-
ies, also bowl well fortPaper


Last Rites Held for
Elder John B. Godwin
Funeral services for Elder John
Berry Godwin were held Sunday,
August 30 at Blountstown from the
St. Mary Baptist Church with Bish-
op R. B. Thompson officiating. The
services were held at 12:00 noon.


Mill. Whenit was over, Pulp Mill
and Paper Mill finished dead even
and had to settle for a tie.
Four points were also divided on
lanes 3 and 4. Tom Parker and
Vance Rogers led the Laboratory
and Barney McCroan and John Mc-
Kenzie paced the Millwrights.
Bob'Nedley led a well balanced
attack for Meter Shop. Bob hadn't
bowled in some time and was seen
buying a quart of liniment to ap-
ply to sore joints and muscles.
Good bowling by Jim Williams,
Stick Strickland and Steve Runyar
also helped Meter Shop.
Al Jensen and his crew of Main-
tenance boys hung on for two
points although they were under
par. What with Archie Floyd shoot-
ing only a 380 and Marcus Neel
only a 336, it's hard to see how
Maintenance won.
Glidden jumped on Box Plant
for three points. Steve Harper put
on a demonstration for Lou Little
and Sonny Dean. Mr. Harper takes
high series for the night with a
562.
Norris Daniels, Charlie Marshall
and Lucious Rushing kept Box
Plant from being shut out.


-.Godwin passed away Monday,
August 24. He was 53 years of age. Standings W L
Godwin leaves a wife, Mrs. Ju-. Glidden 3 1
lia Godwin, his mother, Mrs. Lula Laboratory 2 2
*Godwin, four daughters, three sons, Paper Mill 2 2
6he sister, three brothers and 22 Maintenance ----------2 2
grandchildren. Meter Shop 2 2
Arrangements were made by the Pulp Mill 2 2
Williams Funeral Home of Port Millwrights 2 2
St. Joe. Box Plant 1 3


GORGEOUS NEW



FALL FABRICS


VALUES

TO $1 YD.


NEW ULTRA BLEND PRINTS
50% Avril, 50% cotton. Ideal for dresses, blouses and
sportswear.

SOLID COLOR ZANTREL AND COTTON
50% Zantrel, 50%0/ cotton. Wash 'n wear, crease resistant
finish, needs' little or no ironing.

WOVEN GINGHAM PLAIDS
36 and 45-in. wide. Handsome new dark tone plaids. A
fine fabric that stays crisp and fresh looking.

COLORFUL SPORT DENIMS
Matching solid colors and stripes. A fashionable favorite
for sportswear, separates, draperies, slipcovers and
bedspreads.


CARP'S OWN
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COMPARE
AT 2.29 VD.


S99
SYD.


It'-, ~-beautiful wash' '1 fc'-'c blend with the
s ': tcu'i of wool so nice to wear and
so {-ee of care. In E variety of young plaids
1wi'h solids to coord;.iate.






TO 69c --, ,
S.ov ly, stay-fresh colors in a -yd'1 ~. ,
1 ,ida variety of new fall pat -- yd
erns. Ideal for many uses.
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Legion Auxiliary "Miss Labor Day"

Officer to Visit Candidates ,j
Mrs. Carrie Mae Roberts of Dade Pictured here are part of the
City, Department President of the young ladies who will appear in
American Legion Auxiliary will be the "Miss Labor Day" beauty con-
the honored guest of the Second test Monday morning at 9:30 a.m.
District on September 8 through in the City Park.
September 12. Other entrants in the contest
She will visit all the Units in who did not get pictures in time
the District and will be entertained for this issue are as follows:
with many lovely affairs. She will Miss Kathy Garrett, age 17,
be escorted over the district by daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C.
Mrs. P. G. Hart, Second District Garrett, 1001 McClellan Ave. Spon-
President. scored by the Paper Machine Dept.,
The Willis V. Rowan Unit 116 St. Joe Paper Co.
will honor her at a luncheon at Miss June McKenzie, 17, daugh-
the Motel St. Joe on Tuesday, Sep- ter of Mr. and Mrs. John McKenzie,
member 8 at 1:00 p.m. 506 Madison Street. Sponsored by
Mrs. Madaleine E. Whitaker, N,
luncheon chairman, asked all mem- .'
bers and their guests that wished ....
to attend to please call her not la-
ter than noon of the 7th so she J ,
can notify the Motel for the place
setting.

4.. .









Miss Sharon Gay
Age 16 ,daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Gay, 522 Third St., sponsor-
3-f'-7c9 'ed by Boyles Department Store.




2 DAYS ONLY


Sept. 8 & 9


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CHRISTO'S
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA

LIMIT -- One Per Subject -- Two Per Family
Additional Subjects $4.95


BIG( 16x20 PORTRAIT




Plus Handling 8 WrappIlg Chargl
Photographer Wil Be At


the Maintenance Dept., St. Joe Pa- THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Il, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 194
per Co.


Miss Marie Rhames, 16, daughter
of Mrs. A. B. Rhames, First Street,
Highland View. Sponsored by the
Woodyard Dept., St. Joe Paper Co.
Miss Connie Munn, 19, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Munn, 106
Hunter Circle, sponsored by the
Pulp Mill Dept., St. Joe Paper Com-
pany.
Entries for the beauty contest
will be taken until noon Saturday.

"7 ""


Miss Jolene Petty
Age 20, daughter of Mrs. Martha
Petty, 508 Ninth Street. Sponsored
by CWA Local 3171.


Miss Ellen Kennington
Age 20 ,daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. G. L. Kennington, 212 6th St.
Sponsored by Mrs. Helene Ferris,
Helene's Beauty Shop.


7,
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Miss Elizabeth Ann Hammond'
Age 17. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. 0. C. Hammond, Sr., 517 7th
Street. Sponsored by Rich and
Sons Super Market.


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THE HAND SEWN
TOUCH IN
FASHIONABLE NEW




Carp's 99
Low Price..

A. Italian design inspired this
smart slip-on. Hand-sewn vamp
and moc construction make for
an easy wearing shoe. Black or
cobbler's tan.
B. Alligator grained black leath-
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C;her Turkish toe styles 4.99


The Tattler

R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL '.'
Published by
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
PM'NE NA". 7-4t61
R. OLENN BOYLES, Ow@n
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fun" OYL9e
TORKE PEBONNKIL
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
GLADYS S. GILL Ladies Ready-to-Wear, Main Floor
NONA WILLIAMS ------Children's Wear and Shoes, Main Floor
WINNIE OAKES ------ Ladies and Children's Shoes, Main Floor
FRANCES ROBINSON Ladies & Children's Lingerie, Main Floor
RUTH KEELS Men's and Boys' Wear, Second Floor
ETHEL GAY, ROBERT WILLIAMS and DORENE SPEARS, Extras


THIS WEEK'S TOP NEWS!
Formal Opening Boyles New Men and Boys Store, 2nc"
Floor Women and Childrens Store, Main Floor .
(Come as you are! It'll be a homey, friendly gathering
of Boyles Big Family of loyal patrons in Gulf, Bay,
Franklin and Calhoun Counties)


Dear Friends: ed to make some kind of purcha-
Will you please turn to page on Lincoln Road just for the he-
three for some pertinent details of of it! The salespeople talked
the foregoing. Take three to five out of it .. looked us out of "
minutes to inform and refresh your or something!
purchasing power at Boyles, the Now, in our experience and htu
Store With More in '64. Come, see ble opinion, the very best thing
for yourself! You'll discover easy found on famous Lincoln Road
and economical shopping in over was it Collins Avenue?) was W
4,000 square feet of floor space, fie's Restaurant where the food
filled to the brim with carefully most delightful, plentiful a-
selected, proven quality wearing quite reasonable. The service v
apparel and footwear for the fam- pleasant and efficient a re-
ily. We are now prepared to serve treat after a dull and harass;
you better than ever! Thanks for shopping tour. We had the please
reading! of meeting the owner, Mr. Ne-
Sign in the window of a depart- man, who readily recognized -
ment store: "If you need it, we when we were in the second a-
have it.' Sign in the window of a third time. We thought this mr
rival store next door: "If we don't significant when noting that sco-
have it, you don't need it." Rest of thousands are served there. V
room signs in "Wolfies", a famous want Mr. Newman (it may I
eating place in Miami Beach: "Lady spelled Neuman) to have a co-
Wolf" "Mr. Wolf". And of this little column we'll mp
this prompts some observations on a bet he'll take time to read :
our quick trip last week to Miami, too!
the first since 1945 (Sunday We must mention the fact ti-
thru Thursday). We were able to we encountered one, yes, ON
secure comfortable and delightful courteous, helpful, hardworkir
hotel accommodations right on Col- merchant who so pleasantly impr.s:-
lins Avenue adjacent to the rolling sed us that we made a point to g
surf of the Atlantic, swimming pool his name Charles Berge:
and all. (Pleasingly low summer Shoes only a short distan-
rates made it all look even better!) off Lincoln Road! His store w
Tuesday we explored the impres- small and somewhat dissheveled .
sive beauty and luxury of the Lin- but friend Berger had shoes
coln Road Mall feeling so se- sell and he sells the
cure and safe crossing and recros- with kind ,patient, never die s-
sing the "No Cars Allowed Street" vice. Gladly we extend this fr-
far more interesting and beau- Tattler ride to this live indepe-
tiful than anything we had seen dent merchant. We hope and fe
in our capital city of Washington, that he represents the major:
D. C. of struggling, hardworking ind-
We were only disappointed by pendent merchants who still
,the people, wearing "shift-less" "that extra mile" (so much out cr'
clothing and looking rather dried style generally) for the most i--
out and baked There must be portant folks in the world: Cust
such a thing as TOO MUCH sun! mers Must stop now ne
We were even more disappointed week the following subject will 1
and taken aback by the superlative Tattled: "Cars Are More Dange
indifference, a 1 m o s t insulting, ous Than Hurricanes". Please cor
seemingly hostile attitude of the to our GRAND OPENING Thur-
average merchants and salespeople day. Even though you don't onr
in fine store buildings filled with your pocketbook. Open a hap-
goods to sell! Maybe they have it "Hello". It'll help! Bless yo'-
made, and just living on the fat hearts for reading this stuff ar
of the land??? Naturally we want- shopping BOYLES. S'long. -RC

Foster Home Care Florida as well as state wide. TI
Department of Public Welfare f
Proves Successful screening Foster Home applicant
in an attempt to place a particul .
The Florida Department of Pub- persoinin a family setting suita'
lic Welfare Foster Home Care for to the background and personal'
the Aged Program has now been in of the patients who are to be r
effect for about nine months. The leased from State Hospitals. A fo
1963 Legislature approved this pro-' ter home is expected to furnish sc
gram, of not more than 300 cases vices, in a family setting, such
for 1963-1965, as a demonstration shopping, and occasional errand
project. This limited program is Preferably each Foster Home w*
intended to demonstrate the poten- care'for only one client. Howev<
tials for removing, from state hos- no more than two such persons c:.
pitals, patients who do not need be placed in any one home.
hospital or nursing care but need The amount of monetary gra
the protection and care of a fam- The amount of monetary gra
ily environment. This program will for this program has a maximum
also demonstrate foster care for ac- of $135.00. The Foster Family
tive Public Assistance recipients paid up to the maximum of $123.'
who, otherwise, might require ad- for room, board and personal se
mission to a state hospital. vices they provide. The remainir
$12.00 is budgeted for the rec:
To be eligible for Foster Home ients' personal needs.
* Care for the Aged a person must Several former patients fro'
be 65 years of age, or older, and Florida State Hospital, Chattah
must meet other factors such as chee, have been released and ptl
residence in Florida for five years ed in Foster Homes in vario'"
out of the past nine years and one, parts of the State. There are oth
year immediately proceeding the' applications currently being cc
application; and be in need of fi- sidered for placement. One pr
nancial assistance as set forth in son has been placed in Calho'
the program for Old Age Assist- County and one in Gadsden Cov
ance. An applicant has to be ambu- ty. Others have been placed in PD
latory, able to care for his own val and Hillsborough Counties.
personal needs, such as bathing, If you are interested in havir
dressing, etc.; he must be alert someone in your home through t:
and stable enough to express his Foster Home Care Program, plea
own wishes, agreeable to place- contact your local State Welfa
ment, unable to live alone and with- Office for further information. T!
out a family or relatives with office for South Gulf County is
whom he wishes to reside. cated at Port St. Joe City Hall. 0
Foster Homes for the Aged are fice hours are 8:30 a.m. to 12:.
needed in the Big Bend area of Ip.m. Tuesday.


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SPRAY
Reg. $2 Val.
Plus FET.


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SEAMLESS

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2 PAIR FOR


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Apple, Blackberry
Apple-Grape
Apple-Strawberry
JELLY
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Del Monte Tomato, 14 Oz. Bt'
CATSUP ._-_------ 6 bot IS.
Del Monte Golden, 303 Car ties
CREAM CORN -----. 6 6s
Del Monte Tomato, 46 Oz. cans
JUICE Cans
Del Monte P'apple-G'fru Cans
DRINKS __-- -. it, 46 oz.
3 cans


Del Monte iMedium
PRUNES
Del Monte, No. 303 Cans
FRUIT COCKTAIL
Del Monte Cut, No. 303 Cans
GREEN BEANS --..-.....
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CANNED



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CAN ^ Order
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ALL A&P STORES WILL BE .

CLOSED LABOR DAY ,
Monday, September 7 ,
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Super-Right Corn Fed
SPARE RIBS


lb. 39c


Grade 'A' Quik Frozen Plump-10 to 14 Lb.
YOUNG TURKEYS lb. 39c


Quick Frozen
HEADLESS SHRIMP


Ib. 79c


SWIFT'S PREMIUM TENDER SMOKED


HAMS


SHANK PORTION


lb. 39c


SWIFT'S PREMIUM SKINLESS ALL MEAT


FRANKS 12oz pkg. 35c


TAM PS
Mel-O-Bit Amer., Pim., or Swiss
With coupon and purchase of
Sliced Cheese 49c
Jax. 9-5-64
hri S tn 6


C oupon gooa t1ru ,epT v 0
PICKLE PATCH HAMBURGER

^- am .'SLICED DILL PICKLES
S~~ra u t orWHOLE 22OZ. 25c
DILLS JAR
With coupon and purchase ofor 2
Pint Bottle, Ann Page 1
French Dressing 33c ,
Coupon good thru Sept. 6 M j 1-LB. BAG 3-LB. BAG
L O S d Q : 1 L ,--. .. _.
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Just Another Way For

Girls To Trap Men!
If you haven't taken advantage fringes of other seasons have mov-
of Leap Year thus far, there is a ed away from the front, and are
wonderfully feminine collection of now found at the nape area, where
"Flirtation Coiffures" t ohelp you. they frequently form a closely
Moreover, to help your favorite fitted neckline fringe with a "flirt
beau get the message, the hair curl", pinned on, or permanent.
fashion authorities of the beauty The width of the coiffures is
profession have added a "flirt curl" greatest just above the eyes giving
-with a come hither curve that a soft lady-like frame to features
even the most reluctant can't re- and new attention to the eyes. Hair
sist. You just save one lock of at the sides is closely fitted over or
hair when you get your new hair- behind the ears, emphasizing small
cut. Perfume it with your preferred, head elegance. Wave curls have
scent-it must be perfumed-and also moved back a little from the
tie it with a little ribbon bow. crown to the lower crown area with
Wear it at the center neckline at hair length usually longest at the
the back of your head, or, where- crown. Exact hair lengths depend
ver your imagination suggests. upon individual needs, but the im-
Then, give it to your favorite beau portant need is the new "Flirt Cut"
to wear in his lapel. He's pinned! which will establish the proper
(It says here). shaping for you. Also vital for the
But don't give away too many custom fit is professional perman-
"flirt curls". Hair this coming ent waving, which add soft rich-
season will be quite short, more so ness and easy care to the curl and
than in many years, and with a ,wave patterns.
softness of curl and wave that Hair coloring for autumn and
will emphasize the woman in you, winter spotlights tone on tone ef-
positively, but gently, fects of the same color family to
The collection of new "Flirta- add a radiant touch crowning the
tion Coiffures" shows a far greater three-dimensional colors and tex-
freedom and variance among the tures of fall clothes. Hight fashion
styles than in several years. How- colors will be the warm blondes,
ever all of the new styles have im- beige blondes and tea tones in
portant points in common. blonde, a definitely lady-like in-
In the entire collection the wave fluence. Reds will be cooled, not
lines are layered and have a decid- torrid, another gentle lady effect.
ed feeling of roundness. This misee In make-up will be all-important,
en plis," this gentle layering of full, and of brilliant shades of
soft wave lines is definitely a new three-dimensional color. Eyes will
approach to hair design. The curves be oval, rather than round, sub-
are disc-like, sometimes balanced, dued and mysterious. For evening,
at other times asymmetrical. But, this effect will be emphasized. Fa-
they are always curves, curves, cial tones will tend to natural com-
curves with full ends at the sides. plexion colors, and coming into full
and through the crown area. They swing after introduction last spring
are also soft and free, and must are beauty spots, but now they are
have a light and gentle feeling, taking shape as little hearts, stars,
Among them, coming in as a high crescent or clover-leafs.
fashion note, are the finger waves
of yesteryear, but now they must CLASSIFIED ADS!
be softly molded into elegant "s" Midget Investments That Yield
line curves. Giant Returns!
Daytime coiffures are generally
more subdued, and ears are usually P NE S
covered. For evening, the simple 4T .'N !PINES
elegant coiffures of the day take :' Stand Tall
on a feeling of dramatic oppu-,
lance, achieved with hair pieces l In Florida's
placed on top of the head or low,
at the nape in mood with long Future!
new evening gowns. If ears are be-
coming, they are usually exposed
for evening, accented with a touch
of rouge and fabulous ear orna-
ments. 2nd FIRES1
a hair parting. These run the full
gamut of variations. Some are long,
some short, some high or low, or,
just unassuming but important hair
separations that give directional
flow to curls and curves.
The open face look with a clean A
sweep of forehead is fashion news
for many women. However, bangs
will be used for correction of hair- Buy Ist tire at price li
lines wherever needed. Forehead


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1964


MONEY...
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ANTENNA SYSTEMS, GOOD USED TV's $35.00 up
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POTATOES lbs.
10 lbs. 49c


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TOMAI ES 2 lbs. 2
FRESH LARGE WHITE SEEDLESS

GRAPES 2 Ibs. 29c


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Nabisco Premium
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Detergent, lb., 4 oz.
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Priced as shown at Firestone Stores; competitively priced at Firestone Dealers and at all service stations displaying the Firestone sign.


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ICE CREAM
1/2gal. ctn. 49c

WELCH'S FIESTA PUNCH or
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Deborah Anne and
Cynthia Therese Medlin
Ages 3 and 6, daughters of Mrs.
Cora Sue Medlin, 711 Long Avenue.
Sponsored by Dr. Tom Smith.


Cynthia Jo Heberling
Age 2%, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Berton Heberling, 129 Seneca
Ave., Panama City. Sponsored by
East Bay Service Station, E. High-
way 98, Panama City.


Nancy Jeanne Freeman
Age 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Freeman, 107 Bellamy Circle.
Sponsored by Arnold's TV & Radio.


Cindy Baxley
Age 6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert B. Baxley, 1305 Long Ave-
nue. Sponsored by St. Joe Pure
Service Station.


Lisa Kay uwens
Age 2 years, 9 months, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin E. Owens,
Mexico Beach. Sponsored by Rain-
bow Motel and Restaurant.


SRegina Ann Dean
Age 16 months, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H. T. Dean, 904 10th St.
Sponsored by The Glidden Co.,


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Dianne Graham
Age 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Waylon Graham, ,521 8th Street.
Sponsored by Garrett's Style Shop.




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Terri Gay
Age 6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Gay, 902 10th Street. Spon-
sored by Tomlinson Abstract Co.


Kimberly Sue Harsch
Age 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William E. Harsch, 1616 Long Ave-
nue. Sponsored by CWA Local 3171.


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Mary Margaret Bray
Age 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James C. Bray, 615 Marvin Avenue.
Sponsored by Port St. Joe Lions
Club.


Genie Nichols
Age 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Nick J. Nichols, 159 Commerce St.,
Apalachicola. Sponsored by No. 1
Drive-In Theatre, Apalachicola.


Teresa Ann Nichols
Age 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Buford Nichols, 206 Long Avenue.
Sponsored by Danley Furniture Co.


Patricia Lowery
Age 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Lowery, Jr., 314 Woodward,
Avenue. Sponsored by Helene's
Reauty Shop.






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Beth El Blauvelt
Age 3, daughter of Rev. and Mrs.
Livingston Blauvelt, 611 Marvin
Avenue. Sponsored by Niagara
Therapy Corp.


Pamela Williams
Age 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Williams, 108 Westcott Circle.
Sponsored by Wiley's Supply Co.


Dawn Anchors
Age 6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney J. Anchors, 619 Garrison,
Avenue. *Sponsored by Liberty Na-
tional Life Insurance Co.


'Karen Michelle Gosnell
Age 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James L. Gosnell, 106 21st Street.
Sponsored by Ferrell Building Sup
ply Company.


Terri Lynn McCormick
Age 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
B. E. McCormick, 907 10th Street.
Sponsored by Campbell's Drug
Store.


Stacey Lynn Tharpe
Age 19 months, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles G. Tharpe, 606
Garrison Ave. Sponsored by Buz-
gett's Drug Store.


Dina Lynne Parker
Age 17 months, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Parker, 124 West-
cott Circle. Sponsored by Union
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Susan Elizabeth Quarles
Age 5%, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Quarles, Jr., 209 9th St.
Sponsored by Prince & Princess
Shop.


Andrea Nichols
Age 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Nick J. Nichols, 159 Commerce St.,
Apalachicola. Sponsored by Econ-
omy Cash Store, Apalachicola.


Elaine Butler
Age 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Wandall Butler, Highway 98. Spon-
sored by Dixie Belle Motel.


Pictured on this page are part of the cute young ladies being
entered in the "Little Miss Labor Day" contest on Monday, Sep-
tember 7. The contest is being held in the City Park at 9:00 A.M.
Those young ladies entered in the contest, for which no picture was
available are: Debbie Fowler, age 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Fiwler, 2000 Long Avenue, sponsored by St. Joe Furniture and Ap-
pliance Co. Tracey Lee Hoover, age 21, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.


Stan Hoover, Mexico Beach, sponsored by Municipal Hospital. Doris
Jean Rish, age 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Rish, Wewa-
hitchka, sponsored by West Florila Gas & Fuel Co. Paula Tankersley,
age 2, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Tankersley, 122 Bellamy Circle,
sponsored by Motel St. Joe. Inky Nan Parker, age 6, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. Parker, Mexico Beach, sponsored by Mexico Beach
Corporation.


Lila Karen Gunter
Age 6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James Gunter, 1903 Cypress Ave-
nue. Sponsored by WJOE.


Melody Renee Smith
Age 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Al Smith, 609 Woodward Avenue.
Sponsored by Pate's Shell Service.


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Florida Greeting Service,
Inc.

A cordial welcome awaits you from
the local merchants and civic
organizations of Port St. Joe.
Brought to you by our local hostess
If you are a newcomer or a new parent, please call


MRS. ANNE JOINES
1002 Garrison Avenue


Phone 229-1686


Salute To Labor


Proudly, we pay tribute to


American Labor and Port St.


Joe's Labor Day Celebration.



Since the first official La-


bor Day in 1882, both our


industrial strength and stan-


dards of living have taken


great strides forward, with


the help of Labor, and our


national tradition of free


men working together.



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Cranberry Barbecue


I Adults Can

Urge Reading
Adults have many opportunities
to encourage reading of a variety
of materials, since children are
glad to look things up together.
Television or the movies can be a
valuable source for stimulating
reading topics. Children tend to
want to read stories that they have
seen dramatized on the screen. Let
children choose their own books
from the library. The librarians
will help them to make suitable
selections.
Saint Joseph's Children's Library
on Eighth Street, lists a few of
th books available. Library hours
are from 4 to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays,
Thursday and Fridays.
"Mother Goose", Grades 1-3. One
of the immortals among popular
books, Mother Goose wil always
win the minds and hearts of new
readers. The present anthology,
with over 300 brightly illustrated
rhymes, deserves the devoted at-
tention inspired by the variety and
imagination of its contents.
"Little Pear" grades 4-6. Even
small, solemn Chinese boys love to
run off after adventure as Little
Pear proves when he falls into a
river. Happily he is rescued by a
man on a houseboat who helps Lit-
tle Pear resolve to be a good boy
and never run away again.
"King Solomon's Navy" grades
7-8. Jared, a shepherd lad of Bib-
lical times, joins one of King Solo-
mon's ships in order to escape the
slavery into which he has been kid-
napped. His adventures include vis-
its to the spice markets of Arabia,
the gold mines of Africa and the
fabulous court of the Queen of
Sheba.


1 cup Ocean Spray
cranberry juice cocktail
/z cup soy sauce
!, cup honey


2 tsp. dry mustard
3 cloves garlic,
very finely chopped


Combine all ingredients and stir until well blended. Use as a bast-
ing sauce for barbecued chicken or spareribs.


GINGERED SPARERIBS
(4-6 servings)


/4 cup soy sauce
2 tbs. chopped, preserved
or crystalized ginger
2 scallions, cut in 2" lengths
2 cloves garlic, slightly
crushed


1 tsp. salt
1 cup Ocean Spray
cranberry juice cocktail
2z/2 lbs. lean spareribs, cut
in serving pieces
V2 cup water '


.Combine soy sauce, ginger, scallions, garlic, salt and cranberry
juice. Pour over spareribs arranged in shallow baking pan. Let
stand for 2 hours, turning ribs occasionally. Then add water and
bake in moderate oven (350F) for 1% hours or until ribs are
tender and browned. Turn ribs occasionally during baking.




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THE STAR, Port St. Jo. Plorida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1964


Coach Brown Says Legal
SOd BIN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
Grid Outlook Better COF TE
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
Coach Bobby Brown told the football squad, Portera will also be IN CHANCERY.
Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club at their head baseball coach-a new field MARTHA LOUISE LINDSAY,
meeting Tuesday, that he predict- for Port St. Joe High School ath- Plaintiff, v
ed a much better football season letic program this year. vs.
OLIVER B. LINDSAY,
for the Sharks this year than they Brown and Portera lauded the Defendant. DS
had last year. line that is shaping up for the DIVORCE '-
Brown said that this year's team coming season. They stressed that NOTIE T: s and plaver B Lindsa
has much better spirit and is work- work and planning still had to be dence is unknown:
ing harder than last year's squad done to round a good strong back- On or before the 5th day of Oc-
did. field unit, however. Injuries have tober, 1964, the defendant, Oliver
Brown said that with the first day forced some changes in backfield B. Lindsay, is required to serve
of school, 26 boys had reported plans, and may cause other plans Plaintiff's attorney, whose address
for the squad. He said that he ex- to be changed before the season is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
pected to suit out about 30 boys begins. Florida, a copy of and file with the
by the first game on September 18. The coach introduced Jimmy anAnswer to the Bill of Complaint
Brown was assisted in his pre- Goodman, who will be team cap- filed against him herein.
sentation by Assistant Coach An-' tain for the Sharks this year and WITNESS my hand and official
thony Portera. Portera is a gradu- David Dickey, who will be co-cap-Gulf County Florida thi 2 ka
ate of Mississippi State where he, tain. Both boys expressed confi- of September, A.D., 1964.
letter for three years in baseball | dence in the coaches and the team /s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
In addition to assisting with the to produce a good team this season. (CIRCUIT Clerk, CircA) uit Court-9-3
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Another school has come
and again we welcome the
many people in Gulf Coun-
ty who have dedicated their
talents, thier time, and
their lives to the selfless
duty of educating our chil-
dren the teachers of the
Gulf County School sys-
tem.

It takes dedication to
overcome the past dreams,,
of summer play and '
place these thoughts v,-, -
the necessity of leairni .

We salute your efforts
and offer you our coopera-
tion and service.


Florida National Bank


at Port St. Joe


SSELL '


FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet half
ton picked. Very good condition.
Phone 227-3701. Don Grossman. lec
FOR SALE OR RENT: 3 bedroom
house on spacious corner lot.
Well landscaped. See R. G. Boyles
or. call 227-4261 day or 648-4600
nights.


:OR SALE: 4 bedroom house on
two lots. 405 Woodward. Ave.,
'ort St. Joe. FHA loan available.
;300 down payment. Payments ap-
)roximately $64 monthly. Total
ost $9,700. Seller will pay FHA fi-
nancing charges. Occupancy im-
mediately. Call 227-4531, Port St.
Joe, or Ben Dickens, 385-1015, Tal-
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FOR SALE lanassee. C0-t
Three bedroom, frame house
with oak floors near Grammar FOR RENT: 10th St., 5 room house,
School. Only $300 down. Total unfurnished, $35 mo. 10th St., 2
price $8500.00. FHA financing, bedroom house furnished. $35 mo.
Two bedroom house on Long Long Ave., 5 room unfurnished
Avenue. $200 down. Total price, house, $40 mo. See Mrs. Nora Du-
$6,000.00. FHA financing. ren, Phone 227-5471 or phone 229-
Three bedroom masonry house 2941. 2c-1-16
with 1% baths, large walk-in clos-
et. Buy owner's equity and assume FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished ap-
existing VA mortgage. artment. 1505 Monument Ave.,
FRANK HANNON Phone 648-4770. tfc
Registered Real Estate Broker FOR RENT: Furnished waterfront
Phone 227-3491 211 Reid Ave. 2 bedroom house with large ja-
lousied porch, St. Joe Beach. Call
FOR RENT or SALE: 1303 Marvin 227-4991 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. tfc-8-13
Ave. Unfurnished 2 bedroom
house. Den, living room, dining FOR RENT: Business property on
room. 1250 sq. ft. living area. See Highway 98. With living quarters
Bob Ellzey or call 227-4611. Avail- connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6
able Sept. 1.


FOR RENT: Furnished brick home.
Large living room with fire place,
dinin groom, two large bedrooms
and garage. 1031 Long Ave. J., A.
Mira. 648-4128 or 227-2711.
FOR RENT: Furnished or unfur-
nished 2 bedroom house near
school. Contact E. W. Beaman,
Phone 227-2541. tfc-8-27
FOR RENT: Apartment. Bedroom,
living room, dining room. Phone
227-8305 or write p. o. box 386. tf


FOR RENT or SALE: Tri-plex ap-
artments, furnished. At Mexico
Beach. Call 227-4261 days or 648-
4600 evenings. tfc-7-16
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot-
tage with large porch. On St.
Joe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone
648-3472. tfc-7-16
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment. Couple only. 1621 Monu-
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641 or 227-
3201. tfe


FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house at
beach. Furnished. 2 baths, living
kitchen, large'porch, separate din-
ing room and living room. For in-
formation contact Mrs. Cecil Lyons.
Available Sept. 1. tfc-7-16
FOR SALE OR LEASE: 3 bedroom
house. Master bedroom 12%x17,
two tile baths, large den wired and
plumbed for living kitchen. Glas-
sed sun porch, living and dining
area. Call 227-3161.
FOR RENT or SALE: 2 bedroom
duplex on Palm Blvd. Single
dwelling for sale, 2 bedroom. Easy
terms. Closing cost only. Also du-
plex for sale on 10th Street. Pur-
chaser may assume mortgage. Easy
terms. Call Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
FOR SALE: 1 German Shepherd
puppy, 6 mos. old, $50. Also a
saddle horse, $150. George F. Kim-


ROOM FOR RENT: Call John W.
Brown. Phone 227-8541. tfc-7-16
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un-
furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60
month. Inquire Jim Mapes 648-
3840. tfc-8-20
FOR RENT: First floor 2 bedroom
unfurnished apartment. 228%
7th St. Phone 227-7761. tfc-6-11
FOR RENT: House at 214 7th St.
$40.00 month. Call 227-7846. 4t
FOR RENT: Garage apartment,
furnished. $50.00 a month. No
utilities furnished. 1015 Monument
Avenue. Call B. C. Gaillard 227-
7396, 1009 Mon. Ave. tfc-7-30
:OR RENT: One 2-bedroom furnish-
-ed apartment. One 2-bedroom
uptuinished apt. Two 1-bedroom
housess, furnished. Smith's Phar-
macy, Phone 227-5111.


brel, White City. Phone 229-2753. HELP WANTED: Man over 24, va-
cancy in Gulf County or Port St.
DUE TO DIVORCE: Sewing ma- Joe for Rawleigh dealer. Full time
chine, $28.00 balance. I have a preferred. Will consider ambitious
1963 automatic zig-zag sewing ma- part-timer. Many now earning $3
chine I will sell for $28.00 cash or per hour and up. Write Rawleigh,
pay last four payments of $8.00 per FA I 100 1170, Memphis, Ten. 6p
month. Sold for over $100 new. In
excellent working order makes but- SCHOOL DAYS mean added ex-
tonholes, sews on buttons, fancy pense. Turn your spare hours in-
stitches, over casts raw edges, to profitable ones showing Avon
darns, weaves, and monograms. products. Write Mrs. Dorothy Mar-
Write box 308, Port St. Joe. tin, Avon Manager, P. 0. Box 3345
NEED SCHOOL FUNDS? M.S.S., Tallahassee or call 85-1818.
HOUSEWIVES like yourself are WANTED: Elderly lady living at
earning good income by represent- Beach to work in grocery store.
ing Avon Cosmetics, openings now Apply in person at St. Joe Beach
available for qualified women. Grocery. tfc-8-13
Write Mrs. Dorothy Martin, Avon
Manager, P. 0. Box 3345, M.S.S., SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Tallahassee or call 385-1818. Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097


LOSE WEIGHT safely with new
Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c.
Campbell's Drug Store. 12tc-8-20
WOOD WORKS Screen doors,
picture frames, cabinets, kitche$t
sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
Phone 6484223. 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.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 prm.
it Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
ST Joe, Fla. Phone 229-36d to-
la Iher information or write P. 0.
L.> 535.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No .111, F. & k. M., even first
and third Thuisday at 8:00 p.m.


N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
I. L. BURGE, Secretar,,y
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 11JL
THE AMERICAN LEGION, TInep
ing second and fourth Tuesdty
nights, 8:00 prm. American Legion
Home.
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
companions welcome.
JOE EVANS, High Priest
JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary


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Baste grilled meats and chicken with cranberry juice glazes and
marinades. They'll look great taste terrific!
An outdoor barbecue, with its tart-sweet flavor-makes an
crispy chicken and munchy excellent base for sauces with
spareribs sizzling on the grill, condiments and herbs added.
can be something really special Cranberries go with practically
in taste and eye appeal when every food you place on your
served with special cranberry table. They add that piquant
juice barbecue sauces, flavor that gives a satisfying
Cranberry juice cocktail with accent to food.
CRANBERRY ORIENTALE BARBECUE SAUCE
(makes 2 cups)


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