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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA,
JAYCEES URGE CITIZENS TO REGISTER
AND CAST VOTE ON NOVEMBER 3
The Port St. Joe Jaycees say,
"The right to vote is an Ameri-
can's most precious heritage".
Because of this valuable free-
dom, the Jaycees are urging that
everyone- study the platforms of
the various candidates, prepare
yourself, and get out and vote
on November 3.
In preparation for the exercis-
ing of your vote, the Jaycees
urge you to register. It's easy to
do. Here are the steps to be fol-
lowed for you to be eligible to
cast your vote'
If you are 31 years of age, a
citizen of the United States, a
resident of the State of Florida,
a resident of Gulf County for the
past six months, you are eligible
to register to vote.
To register, go to the Addison
Insurance Agency, 201 Monument
Avenue in Port St. Joe from
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday
through Saturday. Open hours on
Wednesday are 8:00 a.m. to
The registration books will be
closed to registration after 6:00
p.m., October 3, which is 30 days
prior to the General Election on
A survey of the tourist resources
^ '"" f" of Gulf, Franklin and Wakulla Secretar of St
Counties, with recommendations etaryofState
Sfor development, has been corn- Visits In Port St. Joe
pleted as the first step of a drive
Sto increase tourism in the three- Secretary of State Tom Adams
S county area, according to S. G. Row- visited in Port St. Joe Thursday
ell, president of'the U. S. 98 Seen- and lunched with some of the po-
ic Route, Inc., group. litical and civic leaders of the city
The initial draft of the report, at the Steak House.
made by an outside advertising Adams made Port St. Joe one
.: firm, was received at a meeting of his stops of a state-wide tour
a Thursday, September 17, of the urging the attention of Florida
group and the final draft will be voters to the Constitutional Amend-
Retires From St. Joseph Tel & Tel. Co. completed shortly, Rowell said, ments to be voted on in November.
P with two types of recommendations (As Adams explained the 13
Mrs. J. L. Boyd retired from St. Joe in 1961. -a program which requires no ex- amendments, all of them, with the
the St. Joseph Telephone and At the time of her retirement penditure of funds and one which exception of the "local bill"
Telegraph Company Traffic De- she was serving in the capacity does. amendments would be beneficial to
apartment :on September 21. of traffic clerk. The report was presented to the West Florida. The "local bill"
She came to work with the The company presented Mrs. committee by Pat Dodson and Rob- amendments affect Gulf County in
company in 1941 in Chattahoo- Boyd with a window air ,condi- ert Elliott of the Pensacola adver- no way and are merely necessary
chee. She was transferred to-Port tioner. (- photo) tising agency, Dodson, Craddock & for certain counties to change their
Born, Inc. It included a cataloging own situation in instances where
of natural and man-made tourist the constitution forbids these prac-
Phone Company Lets Fishing Reef Gets resources and facilities, an attitude tices.)
survey, 25 recommendations for de- The Secretary of State left the
Contract for BUilding Endorsement by Board velopment and promotion, and attitude that he approved of the
eight suggestions for raising pro- amendments for the well being of
The St. Joseph Telephone and The Jaycee Fishing Reef receiv- emotional funds. the state, including the controver-
Telegraph Company announced to- ed the approval of the Board of Dan Nunnelley of Panama City, sial amendment on reapportion-
day that Pioneer Construction County Commission at their last president of the Miracle Strip Coun- ment.
Company started work Monday, the meeting. Jaycees Jim Harrison and cil, outlined the success of that
21st of September, on a $150,000 Jake Koller presented the Fishing cooperative group, which has brot High Sch00 PTA
outside plant construction contract. Reef project to the Commission and together the tourist interests of T A
This work will reinforce exist- were greeted with much enthus- Beach and Pensacola. Nunnelley M e onig
ing facilities and place new facili- "asm by the board. encouraged the U. S. 98 group to The Port St. Joe High School
ties in service to better serve exist- Since, receiving the final go work together to bring more tour- PTA will hold their first meeting
ing subscribers and bring tele- ahead, the Jaycees will start con- ists to the area, and pledged the of the year tonight, Thursday at
phone service to rural subscribers struction immediately. The dead- cooperation of the Miracle Strip 8:00 p.m. in the High School Audi-
who have not had service in the line date on putting the first fish- Council in sending traffic from the torium.
past in Bristol, Chattahoochee and ing reef block in the water is Oc- Miracle Strip to the tri-county area. During the business meeting the
Wewahitchka, Florida, areas. tober 15. The funds are lacking The report indicated good poten- future operation of the Teenage
The telephone company also and the i *;..u_ are asking for help tial in the area for developing over- Stac House will be discussed. Af-
stated that it has plans in the very in meeting the deadline. To make night camping, waterfowl hunting, ter the business meeting the pro-
near future to call for bids for contributions to the fund contact fresh and salt water fishing, native gram presentation will include the
construction of a similar nature in Wayne Gay, Jim Harrison, Carl wild life such as bears and geese introduction of teachers and school
the Carrabelle, Apalachicola, and Guilford, Joe Parrott and Jake as tourist attractions, and coopera- officials. The School Superinten-
Port St. Joe areas. Koller for information. (Continued On Page 8) dent, T. A. Owens and Superinten
Too much Bloodworth and drop-
ped crucial passes spelled defeat
for the Port St. Joe Sharks in their
season opener last Friday night.
The Apalachicola team combined
a 43 yard touchdown pass from
Bloodworth to Wayne Hendels with
but 22 seconds left in the half to
draw first blood Friday night. The
extra point attempt was no good.
From this point on, the Sharks
resembled the Baltimore Orioles-
plenty of potential, but just can't
In the third quarter, Apalachi-
cola's Allen Wentworth tackled
Port St. Joe's Al Cathey behind
the goal line to add two more
points to the Oyster city's score.
Cathey was tackled desperately
trying to get off a pass, to no avail.
The Apalachicola squad iced
the game down in the last quarter
with a 17 yard pass from Blood
worth to Sizemore. Bloodworth
kicked the extra point to give Apa-
lachicola their 15 points which won
MThe Sharks got into the scoring
column in the last quarter, when
quarterback Al Cathey reversed
the entire width of the football
field to carry the ball over from
15 yards out.
Though shaky in their first start
of the season, the Sharks had some
outstanding players in the line and
backfield. Linemen who did an ex-
ceptional job on defense were Jer-
ry Parrish, Charles Zimmerman,
Larry Branch and David Dickey.
Outstanding offensive stars were
Al Cathey, who executed some
good grouqd-gaining- runs and
threw the ilall well. He completed
five passes for the night.
Junior Nichols ran well from the
fullback spot until he injured an
ankle and was slowed from then
on. His status for tomorrow night's
game is questionable due to the in-
Jimmy Goodman will also be lim-
ited tomorrow due to an eye injury.
Returning for limited duties to.
morrow night will be Bob Craig
who will see limited action on de-
fense and Jimmy Cox who will be
in the starting line-up tomorrow.
Both boys have been out with in-
Host the Bulldogs
The Sharks will be host to the
Marianna Bulldogs tomorrow night
in the local stadium. The Bulldogs
are tough this year and will be a
hard team for the Sharks to meet
for their first win of the season
dent-elect, Marion Craig, will ad-
dress the membership.
Each parent is invited to come
out and be a part of this meeting.
The school officials will be there.
The parents should be there. Come
cut, meet them, and show your:
support for them.
Refreshments will be served af-
ter the meeting.
Two Cars Damaged
In Wreck Yesterday
Two automobiles were damaged
in a collision on 10th Street Wed-
nesday morning at 8:25 a.m., ac-
cording to records of the city po-
According to police, Mrs. Gladys
Gill was backing out of her drive-
way at 206 10th St., and collided
with a car driven by Mrs. Julia
Johnson, 403 Woodward Ave. Es-
timated damages were $300 to the
Johnson vehicle and $30 to the Gill
Patrolman Allen Ray Watson in-
vestigated the accident.
Architect Hired to
Design School Work
Panama City architect, Norman
P. Gross was retained by the Gulf
County School Board in a special
meeting last Friday to design ad-
ditions to four Gulf County schools.
The total construction project
will come to about $200,000.
To be built under the program
will be one classroom at the High-
land View Elementary School; two
classrooms for Washington High
School; two classrooms for Carver
High School and a lunchroom and
physical education facilities at
Port St. Joe High School.
The construction is to be accom-
plished during the current school
Elementary PTA Plans
For Hallowe'en Carny
The Port St. Joe Elementary
School PTA held its first meeting
of the year, Thursday, September
17. Robert Freeman, president for
the 64-65 year presided. Bill Brown
was elected "carnival chairman".
The annual Hallowe'en Carnival
will be held on October 31.
Harry Herrington, principal, in-
troduced the faculty.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, IY64
Mrs. Marie Jones Is
Taken By Death
Mrs. Marie Elizabeth Jones, age
81, passed away at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Herman Dean, Mon-
day afternoon at 4:15. .
Mrs. Jones had been a resident
of Port St. Joe since 1911. She
was a member of the First Metho-
dist Church, Eastern Star, P.-T. A.
and a honorary member of the Wo-
man's Society for Christian Ser-
Mr. Jones preceded her in death
in 1943 and was employed by the
Apalachicola Northern Railroad.
She is survived by two sons, A.
Morgan, Jr., of Port St. Joe and
Winston G. of Salt Lake City, Utah;
three daughters, Mrs. M. P. Tom-
linson and Mrs. Herman Dean of
Port St. Joe and Mrs. George
Scheitlin, Sparta, N. J. and by 10
Funeral services were held Wed-
nesday morning at the First Me-
thodist Church with Rev. T. S. Har-
ris conducting the services. Inter-
ment was in the family plot at Hol-
ly Hill Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were C. G.
Costin, Sr., James T. McNeill, Jr.,
Silas R. Stone, B. Roy Gibson, Jr.,
George Suber, C. L. Costin.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Last Rites Held for
R. M. (Dick) Spillers
R. M. (Dick) Spillers, age 63,
passed away at the Municipal Hos-
pital Monday morning at 6:45. Mr.
Spillers was employed by the St.
Joe Paper Company.
Survivors include his wife, Les-
lie, Port St. Joe; a brother, Howard
of Phenix, Arizona; two sisters,
Mrs. Addie Mitchell, Barnesville,
Georgia and Mrs. Nonie Chance,
Funeral services were held Tues-
day at 3:00 p.m. from the Presby-
terian Church with the Rev. Boyd
Underwood conducting the services.
Burial was in the family plot at
Holly Hill Cemetery, with Comfor-
ter Funeral Home in charge of ar-
Pallbearers were: Ed Ramsey,
John Dickey, George Adkins, Ce-
cil Lyons, B. C. Prince and Ted
Shark Boosters Will Meet
In The Morning At 6:30
The Shark Boosters will meet in
the morning at 6:30 a.m. for a
breakfast meeting n the upstairs
dining room of the Motel St. Joe.
On tap for the program will be
a good old-fashioned breakfast, a
film of the Marianna-Rutherford
game and a film of the Apalachi-
cola-Port St. Joe game.
County Starts Action to
Take City Park Property
WHEREAS, this is truly a crucial time in the life of our coun-
WHEREAS, it is necessary that all Americans appreciate fully
their heritage of freedom and the necessity to rededicate them-
selves to the preservation of basic American principles and,
WHEREAS, it is important that all Americans make this par-
ticular time the occasion to exercise the privilege denied to all but
free people and register to vote in the up-coming elections.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Frank Hannon, Mayor of the City of
Port St. Joe, do hereby proclaim this period ending October 3,
DRIVE FOR REGISTRATION
and call on all citizens of Port St. Joe to register and vote.
I FURTHER URGE that all eligible to vote exercise that
privilege as loyal and conscientious citizens.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and
caused the seal of the City to be affixed this 17th day of Septem-
ber, A. D. 1964.
J. B. WILLIAMS,
City Auditor and Clerk.
The County Commission took up Player and Walter Graham to con-
the question of where to build the'tact a contractor to fix a leak in
Courthouse at their regular meet- the roof of the Port St. Joe Health
ing Tuesday night and came to a Clinic building.
conclusion. Agreed to secure right of way
Despite advice from the Clerk of on the Midway Park Road in pre-
the Court and their Attorney, the paration of surfacing the road.
Board instructed their attorney, Decided to secure rights of
William J. Rish, to start proceed- way to open up dead end streets
ings yesterday morning to take the in Oak Grove.
park property in Port St. Joe for 1* Instructed the Attorney to ne-
construction of a new courthouse gotiate a proper contract with Nor-
and jail. man P. Gross for design and plan-
The property involved in the ning of the new courthouse to re-
condemnation proceedings will be place the old contract.
that property lying between High-
way 98 and St. Joseph's Bay and
between Fifth and Seventh Streets.
The Board made the decision af-
ter stating that they were getting
more and more public queries as
to what "they were stalling about"
in connection with going ahead
with construction of the new court-
Agreed to shut down the road
department until October 1 due to
the budget being depleted.
Grand Jury Hands
house. On T re e
The County Board had officially On Three Men
decided to negotiate for two sites-
the site to be involved in the con- Gulf County's Grand Jury reces-
demnation proceedings and an sed at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday after re-
area of land on Fifth Street be- turning one true bill indictment.
tween Woodward and Garrison Ave- The Grand Jury had been in ses-
nue. Some members of the Board sion since Monday.
have stated that they would refuse A true bill indictment was re-
to consider any but the park site. turned by the Grand Jury against
According to Clerk, George Y. Earl McCormick, Frank Gargus and
Core, there are two avenues to fol- Jimmy Williams, charging them
low in the condemnation proceed- "with aggravated assault with a
ings: one to condemn the proper-, deadly weapon, to wit, a soft drink
ty by a declaration of taking and
let the court set a value bn the land
and another avenue is by proceed-
ing with the condemnation pro-
ceedings and wait on a decision
from the court.
__In other business the county: __
Accepted an invitation to a
joint meeting of the Port St. Joe-
Gulf County Chamber of Commerce
and the Wewahitchka Development
Directed Commissioners Silas
Boy Drops Sandwich;
Car Hits Pine Tree
One moving auto, plus one drop-
ped sandwich, plus one pine tree,
q alsk one wreck
bottle and a stiak".
The charge was made on the
basis of an alleged assault against
E. E. McClain on May 23, 1964 by
the three men. The three were ar-
rested by Sheriff's Deputy Wayne
White Tuesday night and released
on $1,000 bond, each, Wednesday
According to Clerk of the Court,
George Y. Core, the men will prob
ably have to appear in court Mon-
Graveside Services Held
For Matlock Infant
Graveside services for the infant
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Matlock
of Overstreet, were held Monday
afternoon at Roberts Cemetery
City police reports show that with Rev. Allison B. Green of the
George Small, Jr., son of Mr. and Honeyville Methodist Church con-
Mrs. George Small ran his small diulcing the service.
auto into a pine tree Monday morn- Survivors are, a brother, Roger
ing, while trying to retrieve a sand- Allen, sister, Edwina Lee; paternal
which. Young Small was on his way grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
to school, eating the sandwich, Matlock, Texarkana, Ark.; maternal
when he dropped it (the sandwich), grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
As he leaned over to retrieve it, Williams, Overstreet and great
the car swerved and hit a pine grandmother, Mrs. Ruth Attaway.
tree. Estimated damage to the car Comforter Funeral Home was in
was $200. I charge of arrangements.
Patrolman Allen R. Watson in- -X
vestigated the accident. SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR!
are, left to right, Mrs. Elaine Ernst, Vice-President Mrs Roxie
Ann Gordon, President and Mrs. Jean Stebel, Sec.Treas.
Vitro Wives Club Elects Officers
NEW OFFICERS of the Vitro Wives Club are pictured above. They
are, leftdto right,dMrs. Elaine Ernst, Vice-President; Mrs. Roxie
Vitro Wives Club Elects Officers
The Vitro Wives Club held its
monthly meeting, Sept. 15, at the
St. Joe Motel. Officers for the com-
ing year were elected. They were:
President, Roxie Ann Gordon; Vice
President, Elaine Ernst, and Secre-
tary-Treasurer, Jean Stebel. Vari-
ous committees were also appoint-
ed at this time.
After the business meeting, de-
licious refreshments were served
by the hostesses, Judy McClain and
Glenda Ragan. Jean Stebel won the
A most enjoyable time was had
The next meeting will be held
at the St. Joe Motel on October
20th at 7:30 p. m. An invitation is
extended to all Vitro Wives in this
area to attend our meetings which
are held the third Tuesday in each
MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants!
Survey of Area Tourist Attractions
Completed By Firm for Hwy 98 Group
I- A ^A InLA__^_ ~~___
"3-harks Lose Opener, 15m6
A ? :Trimmed
Super-Right Lean Boneless STEW
MEAT or Grnd. CHUCK --- 59c I
BEEF LIVER ----------29c
STOCK UP NOW! A & P FRESH INSTANT
SPECIAL! BATHROOM TISSUE SOOT
With Coupon and Purchase Of
Ann PAGE Lb. Jar
Pure Honey --- 43c
Coupon Good Through Sunday,
With Coupon and Purchase Of
ANN PAGE PURE-12 Oz.
Grape Jelly __ 27c
Coupon Good Through Sunday,
M ~et ~
j With Coupon and Purchase Of
Ann Page Lb. 2 Oz.
Garden Relish _- 39c
Coupon Good Through Sunday,
Cap'n John's Frozen
FISH STICKS _-_3
10 Oz. Pkgs.
Cap'n John Fantail-10 Oz. Pkgs
BREADED SHRIMP ------49c
T 10 OUNCE
JANE PARKER DELICIOUSLY NEW
* Exciting new loaf cake studded with plump chunks
of walnuts. A delectable dessert perfect served
plain or with your favorite fruit or ice cream.
Save at A & P
FIRESIDE SALTINES 1-lb. box 19c
Special! Peter Pan Smooth or Cruchy
PEANUT BUTTER-__12-oz. jar 39c
ANN PAGE 1 lb., 12 Oz.
BARBECUE SAUCE ----- 45c
Taxpayers. ue Credit
On Damage By Dora
"SUPER-RIGHT" -STERN BEEF SQUARE CUT
losses, bnly the portion in excess
of $100 was deductible because of
a change in the Revenue Act of
1964. In other words, he continued,
the first $100 is not deductible but
amounts in excess of it can be
claimed on the return.
Mr. Tomlinson said that Internal
Revenue Service has prepared a
pamphlet entitled, "Disasters,
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1964
Certain taxpayers who suffered 1
losses as a result of hurricanes
Cleo and Dora may be able to speed
up refunds resulting from casualty
loss deductions, according to
Laurie W. Tomlinson, District Di-
rector of Internal Revenue.
Tomlinson cited Section 165(h)
of the Internal Revenue Code,
which permits a taxpayer who suf-
fered a casualty loss after the end
of his taxable year, but before the
due date of filing his return to
claim that loss in the earlier year.
As an example, Tomlinson cited
the case of a, Duval county tax-
payer who may have suffered a
deductible loss as a result of hur-
ricane Dora on September 10, 1964.
If this taxpayer's fiscal year ended
on August 31 he could elect to
include this loss on the return to
be filed for that fiscal year.
Tomlinson said that the law al-
lows this election to be made at
any time prior to the expiration
of three months after his regular
due date for filing his income tax
return. The election should be
made either on the taxpayer's re-
turn or on a claim for refund
(Form 84) in the event that he has
already filed his income tax re-
turn. This provision applied to
those counties which have been
proclaimed disaster areas by. the
President. So far nine South Flor-
ida counties (Brevard, Broward,
Dade, Indian River, Martin, Okee-
chobee, Palm Beach, St. Lucie and
Volusia) have been proclaimed dis-
aster areas by the federal govern-
ment. Final listing of North Flor-
ida counties has not yet been made,
but it is anticipated that Duval,
St. Johns, Clay and Suwanee are
among the counties hardest hit and
will be included on the list.
Tomlinson also remarked that in
the case of non-business casualty
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to thank every
one for being so kind and consid-
erate during my two weeks in the
hospital and since I've been home.
Your flowers, cards, prayers and
visits were deeply appreciated.
Would also like to express my
thanks and appreciation to our
,Pastor, Brother Smith, Dr. Joseph
P. Hendrix, the hospital personnel
and my Rebekah sisters.
May God bless you.
Mrs. Lessie Vee Byrd and
ivy r... w SALAD DRESSING -----Qt. 35c
:;L With Coupon and Purchase Of ji -
gg Ann PAGE 12 Oz.
Chili Sauce .-- 29c
Coupon Good Through Sunday, i ''
I CoupoSeptember 27. : '
I -FP"O C- ,- 0T. -'" V
JONATHAN JUICY AND FIRM
EASTERN ROUND WHITE BULK
FIRM RIPE BARTLETT
THE. CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
FOR THE PURPOSE OF ANSWERING ANY QUESTIONS AND
DETERMINING THE PUBLIC INTEREST FOR CABLEVISION
IN THIS AREA.
Liquid 8 oz. Can
METRECAL 3 for .89c
Faultless 16-oz. Can III
SPRAY STARCH --. 49c
Regular Size Bar
DIAL SOAU -_2 for 29c
Bath Size Bar
DIAL SOAP-2 for 41c
Bath Size Bar
ZEST SOAP _.2 for 41c
Detergent 10c Off
Oxydol-_3 lbs., 10 oz. 69c
Premium Detegent-9c Off
DUZ ..1 lb., 10 oz. 46c
SPIC 'N SPAN -._ b. 29c
Hill's 15 Oz. III
DOG FOOD-.2 for 35c
Dinty Moore 24-oz. Can
BEEF STEW ------. 49c
Sara Lee Frozen-12 oz.
POUND CAKE 79c
JOY ...-----12 oz. 35c
TIDE .-.. 1 lb., 4 oz. 33c
Detergent Tablets .
SALVO-- 1 lb., 7 oz. 41c
Cleanser 14 Oz.
COMET .----- __2 for 33c
Liquid Cleaner-15 fl. oz.
MR. CLEAN ..----...39c
COFFEE -..1-lb. can 89c
Tetley IH 48 for Only
TEA BAGS ..--.--... 69c
3c off Mrs.. Filbert's Corn Oil
Margarine.1-lb. ctn. 36c
Calo Chicken-6V2-oz. Can
DOG FOOD--.. 2 for 29c
Personal Size Bar
Ivory Soap -- 4 bars 29c
Detergent 12 fl. oz.
IVORY LIQUID .. 35c
Gentle 13 Oz.
IVORY SNOW ----.. 33c
CHEER__.-3 lb., 6 oz. 79c
Laundry Detergent III
DASH .3 lb., 2 oz. 79c
THRILL.... 12 fl. oz. 35c
Puffin 8-oz. Cartn.
BISCUITS .....3 for 29c
510 Fifth Street
Prices In This Advertisement Good
Through September 26
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Ford & Mercury
We cordially invite you to our
26th new car showing.
The St. Joe Motor Company has
bEen your Ford and Mercury
dealers for over a quarter of a
century and we take great pride
in presenting to you, the all new
Ford and Mercury line for 1965.
sa e Only Plaf Stamps
..et Fioe ifts Faster
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-mom\mm WON*& MWEIM j
Casualties and Thefts." He said with examples. The Director con-
that free copies of this pamphlet cluded by advising that informa-
(Publication No. 5174) may be ob- tion and appraisals needed to sup-
tained by calling or writing any port casualty claims should be ob-
Internal Revenue office. Tomlinson tained as soon as possible and be
added that the pamphlet contained kept available in the event they
full explanation of .the method of are needed to substantiate tlb,,
computing casualty losses along claim.
AIMPR I Elf=
lbL bag 39c
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TiE STAR,"Port St. Joe, Florida
Time to Quit Being Generous
With U. S. Rights
For a number of years the
United States has been giving up
one after another of its military
bases in North Africa. This is due
to pressure on North African coun-
tries principally from Nasser of
Egypt, despite the fac that many
of his people are living. on free
American wheat. He in turn is
prompted by Soviet Russia. Ad-
mittedly, these bases "are not as'
significant as they were before the
days of nuclear ICBM's and Polaris
submarines. But in a world where
global conflict is less..and less
likely and where brush fire wars
spring pp almost overnight, over-
sefs military. bases retain great
importance. There is less likeli-
hood of a communist take-over in
any country where there are
Amierican military forces. The
State Department is much too
eager to get along with everybody.
In our efforts to please emerging
nations, we lean over backwards.
,This is another instance where we
do not look closely enough. at the
motives behind the demands made
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Mrs. Arbogast Hostess
To Garden Club
Mrs. J. C. Arbogast was hostess
to the Port St. Joe Garden Club
when they met Thursday, Septem-
ber 17, for their first meeting of
the new year.
The program was presented by
Mrs. Maurice Dawson who gave a
very informative/talk on wild flow-
ers. Hints on planting and care of
fall bulbs were given by Mrs. Wes-
ley R. Ramsey.
Mrs. Tom Byrd, president, pre-
ate u ate gUis L I VVe felg w
the date is announced. The band
needs everyone's support to con-
tinue to be the very best.
You May Win
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THURSDAY, 'SEPT. 24, 1964 to preserve, protect and defend will come before the Congress Coin Output Increased
our Constitution. again early next year.
How Did We Get New York? The Food Stamp Program By U. S. Mint
New York is having its troubles. Needy families throughout the The Treasury Department today
from cross-city transportation of United States can now participate ,m adetwo announcements in con-
children to guarantee integration, in the government Food Stamp nection with its two-month old pro-
The historic concept of neighbor- Program in those counties which gram to double coin production
o rts hood schools has been abandoned, place the plan in operation. Eligi- and ease the coin shortages which
and children are not permitted to' ability for individual families will have been felt in some parts of
upon us. go to nearby schools if this pre- be decided by the welfare agencies. the country.
serves an atmosphere of segrega- Those participating will be allotted 1. August output at the Phila-
Constitution Week, Sept. 17-23 tion. They are hauled across town food stamp coupons according to delphia and Denver Mints was 590
It is a little late to call atten- to other schools to insure race need. On the average, families will million coins-an increase of 132
tion to Constitution Week. Like so mixing. I have seen a lot of fool pay in cash half the face value of million pieces over monthly pro-
many Americans, I overlooked it things in my life, and this about the coupons. Especially needy fami- duction in July. This brought pro-
until Betsy M. Wells, Constitution tops the list. How we in the United lies may get them free. Food duction up ton an annual rate of 7
Week Chairman for the Pensacola States ever came to have a place stamps can be used like money in billion coins, which compares with
DAR, reminded me I am afraid like New York City inflicted upon local. retail groceries, but cannot a rate of 4.3 billion during fiscal
that we are all inclined to be care- the Union is inexplicable to me. be used to buy alcohol or tobacco. 1964. Meanwhile, the 60 additional
less about significant dates in our Medicare and Wage-Hour Exten- In those areas where the pilot food coinage presses now being pur-
history. There are so many things sins Dead for Session stamp program 'has been used, it chased and installed by the Mint
which demand attention many of has proved both successful and will bring coin production iup to
them pressing and some of them Medicare and wage-hour exten- popular. It is considered highly an annual rate of over 9 billion
emergencies. Nevertheless. the ob- sions, two highly controversial, preferable to the commodity dis- Coins a year, by June 30, 1965.
servance of these significant oc- items of legislation, appear dead tribution program. 2. The Treasury said it would
casions go back to the bedrock of for the session. The Senate added Counties desiriig to, participate invoke the authority provided by
our national foundation. Only' by the medicare program to a House should send a letter of notification Public Law 88-580, approved by the'
reminding ourselves of the Decla-I bill which liberalized the Social Se- to the State Welfare 'Agency in President on September 3, 1964, so
ration of Independence. the Con- curity Act. This dumped the entire Jacksonville. The local welfare that coins manufactured after
stitution, the Flag, Independence problem into the lap of a House- agencies administer the program January 1, 1965 will continue to
Day, and other historic events Senate Conference Committee in counties where the food stamp bear the 1964 date. The purpose
which are synonymous with our where it seems destined to remain, plan is approved, of this move is to discourage hoard-
national character can be retain Efforts to bring local hotels, mo- .- ing by those who buy coins by the
basic values of Americanism in our tels, restaurants, resorts, and cer- DIANNE HANNON PLEDGES roll and by the bag and hold them
present day thinking and our plans tain small agricultural and lumber- DELTA DELTA DELTA out of circulation in hope of higher
for the future. Before the end of ing operations under Federal wage- TO DELTA DELTA DELTA numismatic values. The number of
Constitution Week, it is important hour control definitely will not be Connie Dianne Hannon, daugh- coins to be produced with the 1964
that every person give thought to considered during this session of ter of Mayor and Mrs. Frank Han-
the significance of being an Ameri- Congress. non has pledged Delta Delta date will be at least 10 billion
can and renew his pledge to serve Both programs are Democratic Delta at the University of Ala- pieces-far too numerous to be-
his country, to stand ever ready platform planks and presumably bama. come future collectors items.
Game Commission Puts sided during the business meeting.
S mi n sMembers wanting to attend the
Out Hunting Rules District meeting are urged to call
S. Mrs. Byrd before October 2.
Sportsmen will find that Flor- Mrs. Arbogast served delicious
ida's new hunting rules and regu- refreshments to the 15 members
lations have a new look and pro- present. The club welcomed two
vide public hunting information as new members, Mrs W. J. Herring
well as hunting regulations. The and. Mrs. W. D. Sykes.
new regulations are available at -
the offices of all County 'Judges
and their authorized license agents. Dean TellS Of New
According to A. D. Aldrich, di- .Instrument D.ur L
rector, Game and Fresh Water Fish bllUilt "UFC@ tSS
Commission, the new hunting regu- The Band Parents Association
lations were adapted from the Flor- The Band Parents Association
ida Wildlife Magazine and include bet Thursday at 8:00 p. m.in the
color illustrations of the more band room with Herman Dean pre-
popular game birds and animals.iding
The new sixteen page publication Mr. Dean explained the purchase
provides general state-wide, regu- n much to the band. The Band
lations for both native and migra- mearents will help pay for the Band
tory game and information and le-Parents will help pay for the in
cation of the 30 wildlife manage- struments.
ment areas; information on special As in the past the Band Parents
hunts plus detailed maps and regu- will' sell programs at all home
hunts plus detailed maps and regu- football' games. Mrs Julian Wiley
lations of the five Florida con- footbaMrs. Lois Faulk will be in
servation districts, is designed for and Mrs. Lois Faulk wil be in
easy reference by sportsmen. Trap- charge of sales.
ping seasons and regulations are on voed to have
also included in the new publica- one general Band Parents meeting
tion. at the beginning of each school
S.. year. The' objective would be to
Aldrich reminded hunters 'that inform all interested parents of
they may now obtain the new 1964- of past year's operations and plans
65 hunting license 'at the office of for the coming year. At this meet-
all County Judges, and license ing a board of directors would be
agents. Regulations require a hunt- elected to work with Herman Dean
ing license to take any type game in carrying out the plans for the
or furbearing animal at any time
of the year. year.
of e ar Resin Mrs. C. A. Fite was appointed tu
License fees are: R'esident State begin work on revising the consti-
$7.50; Resident County $2.00;, Resi- tuition of the Association to bring
dent Other' Than Home County
$4.50; Non-Resident Anual $26.50; it up to date.
n$4.50 Non-Resident Ayual $26.50- The band will attend all out of
Non-Resident 10-day $11.50; Resi- town football games. This should
dent and Non-Resident for hunt- add greatly to the school spirit.
ing on licensed hunting preserves
All Band Parents are urged to
only $5.50. attend the apTneral mentine when
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THE STAR, Port St. Je, Fla. THURSDAY SEPT. 24, 196
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S a oromeric, material cailes through the ,
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"' orniu" Po t these shoes are kept fresh with soap and water.
'leaed withA it np Cloth. De- By Mademoiselle.
signedd by Falizzid., "
W C Forehand Marks
99th Birthday Sept. 26
W. C. Forehand, Gulf County's
oldest citizen, will be 99 years old
on Saturday, September 26. Mr.
Forehand, long experienced in real
estate matters, and looking for a
place with possibilities for future
development and for a more
equable climate, came to the Port
St. Joe area in 1936 at the time of
the construction of the mill of the
St. Joe Paper Company.
Looking for a site for future resi-
dential development, Mr. Forehand
found that there was some desir-
able vacant land lying along the
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll J. Round-
tree announce the birth of a baby
girl, Carole Anne on September 13.
Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas
Varnes of Apalachicola, announce
the birth of a daughter, Melanie
Colleen on September 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Huckeba an-
nounce the birth of a baby girl,
Lori Kay on September 17.
Bay that was available. A tract of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keith Ward
this land was purchased and lots 1607 Marvin Ave., announce the
were laid out resulting in the birth of a baby girl, Elizabeth Ann
platting of the Subdivision of on September 21.
Highland View, the original plat of
which was recorded in 1937. From Colored Births
time to time additional land was Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Admire
acquired and additions platted as Fennell, 240 Ave. A announce the
growth of the community de- birth of a boy, Stevie Bernard on
manded. September 21.
Mr. Forehand, and his good wife, (A births occurred at the Port
Mary, whom he married in Decem- (A rths occurred at the Port
ber, 1939, have, with their united St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
efforts,-.built and developed a com-
munity along with the cooperation lm nt r c l
of other fine people, of which they k mentary Schol
are justly proud. Mr. Forehand,
who had always been opposed to Lunch Room Menu
the liquor traffic, included in deeds
and contracts provisions prohibit- Port St. Joe Elementary School
ing sales of-intoxicating liquors on Monday, September 28
or from property sold, has kept Beef and brown gravy, buttered
the community free from bars and rice rutabagas, green salad, cherry
taverns. The building and estab-
lishment of churches received spe- pie, white bread and butter and
cial attention, 'thus developing a milk.
very wholesome atmosphere. Tuesday, September 29
Mr. Forehand has found the cli- Meat loaf, green butter beans,
mate most desirable here, as his shredded carrots, fruit cup, white
years attest. At 99 he is still physic- bread and butter and milk.
ally active for a man of his years, Wednesday, September 30
mentally alert and active in all Spiced ham slices, buttered po-
-matters affecting the growth, im- tatoes, harvard beets, lettuce and
-provement and development of the tomato salad, graham crackers and
;area. His many friends are rejoic- peanut butter, white bread and but-
ing with him in his good health ter and milk.
and forward looking vision and are Thursday, October 1
looking forward not only 'to his Chicken pie, English peas, carrot
100th birthday which he will cele- and raisin salad, peaches, wheat
.brate next year, but also to addi- bread and butter and milk.
tional years of continued satisfac- Friday, October 2
lion and 'usefulness. Congratula- District FEA meeting.
lions, Mr. Forehand!
Winners of Labor
Day Baking Contest
Winners in the Labor Day Bak-
ng contest were as follows:,..
Pound' Cake -
First prize, Mrs. Emmie Bate.an,
Wewahitchka; seci d .prize, Mrs.
Chauncey Costin and third prize,
Mrs. Neil: Arnold.'
/I Layer. Cake
First prize, .Mrs. Paul Blount;
second. prize, Mrs. David Carl Gas-
kin, 'Wevahitchka and' third prize,
Mrs. David Carl Gaskin..
First prize, Mrs. Ivey Williams;
Second prize, Mis. Bud-'Wiliamson;
third prize, Mrs. W.. C. Forehand.
First prize, Mrs. Melind Ivey;
second prize, yrs. Clyde Fite; and
third prize, rs.' Robet Faliski.
,;,,,: ...Cookies 1
First prize Mrs.; Robert Freeman;
second prize, Mrk.:Robert Vervaeke;
third prize, Mrs. L. Blauvelt.
The committee appreciates the
help of the judges, Mrs. Clifford
Sanborn and Mrs. J. C. Arbogast.
The contest committee was Mrs.
Edwin Ramsey, Mrs. W. F. Wager
and Mrs. Harold Canning.
First Baptist Circle
3 Met Monday
Circle 3 of the -First Baptist
Church met in the home of Mrs.
Wesley Ramsey Monday, Septem-
ber 21 with six members and two
Mrs. W. J. Daughtry presided
over the meeting which began with
the devotional given by Mrs. Dewy
Davis and prayer, by Mrs. E. C.
Legion and Auxiliary
Enjoy Supper Meal
Willis V. Rowan, Post 116, The
American LT.gion and TTUnit 116
this would be merely another
The committee is recommending
to the school board to take care
of the situation for the next 20
years, the building of a new high
school and utilization of the pres-
T ent facility as a junior high. The
in T lls Kiwanis committee, recommends ,,that the
King Tell's Kiwanis new lunchroom, presently in the
Of l I Pl :: planningn stage,'be built in an area
C 00 in that it could 'sifve ;both Senior'
and "Junior:High School's:
Dr. R. E. King spoke to the Ki-
.The Americn'i Legion Auxiliary wanis Club in regards to his po-
The American'" Legion Auxiliary
h a L o sition of chairman of the Gulf
met at The American Legion Build- County Sho Improvement C -'
ing Tuesday night, September 22 mittee. C ,
for their regular meetings. A cover- King spoke on the study and rec-
ed.dish supper was enjoyed by both -ommendations of his committee
organizations. At.;--this.~ t e, Mrs. for the PorLt. Jog High S cool.
Madaleine Whitaker was .honored J'King. pointed |oii t I thy 'tate.
on her birthday. Post 116 presented 'has already recommended a cpo: m
a gift to Mrs. WVhitaker, also mai~'; siderable amount of construction
nice gifts were' presented to Mrs. for "the high. school. to, ibringAit ;up
Whitaker by members of the Aux-,to accreditation standards-in areas
iliary. On behalf of the post, Johnj of'the lunchroom ;and physicalipdu-I
T. Simpson, Commander, expressed ,'catiori facilities as wellras mo'e lif
appreciation for the contributions -brary space. King pointed out tha?
Mrs. Whitaker has: made through-, .
her dedication to, both. organiza- -
tions, and her untiring efforts in Barbecued.
the fine and outstanding work she .
has done. Mrs! Whitaker gave a Broilers
brief history of the American Le-. we b.te
gion and the Auxiliary, stating that
she has been an active member in
the Auxiliary for 34 years, 25
years as a member of Unit 116.
Representatives of The Boy
Scouts of America composed of
Jake Belin, Tommy Atchison and
Joe Hendrix were guests of the
two organizations. They gave re- .
ports on their recent trip to scouts
encampment at Valley Forge, also
their visit to the World Fair in
New York. John T. Simpson, Coam- GRILLED CHICKEN is harc.
American to beat for tasty, thrifty patio
mander, Post 116, The American dinner-especially when basted
Legion and Scoutmaster, Troop 47, with a flavorful fruit glaze.
Port St. Joe, expressed his appre- FRUIT-GLAZED CHICKEN
ciation to these fine young men, 1FRI-GAE KE
and had many fine and complimen- 1 broiler-fryer, quartered
tary remarks to make concerning apricots, undrained.
their work and cooperation on this (8-1/2 oz.)
The program, "WMU Helping the trip. 2 tbsp
Church Worship" was developed by The following members have 2 tbsp
Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. E. paid their 1964-65 dues, and are 2 tbsp
H. Vanlandingham and Mrs. Perry now in good standing: John H. 2 tbsp
Elliott. Smith, Emory Cason, Leonard Be- Mas
Reports were given by the chair- lin, Pete Ivey, Ralph Nance, L.E. bins :
men during the business session McCormick, Tom F. Smith, J. D. chicken
and the meeting was closed with Stafford, James M. Lovett, F. F. Place
prayer. Nelson, H. J. Petty, Purl H. Hood, grill 4
Hughey Williams, Charles R. .Jol- chicken
ley, A. E. Daniell and John R. Hew- 45 to 6
l" ln ett and Bill Carr.
...for relief of stress
and nervous tension
C- NO NARCOTICS
Campbell's Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Florida
7 TO 14
Dim your lih::,t when you
approach from behind a car
ahead of you. High-beam lights
can blind the driver in front
of you as it can the driver of
an oncoming vehicle. 3-15
A girl can't help but look pretty in this
roll sleeve charmer with new hi-pcn collar.
All cotton oxford. White, pastels, deeps.
Across the Street from the Post Office
Surplus Sales of St. Joe
...a full size,
-^ at a BUDGET
~gE~5ri~i, .~~--nw~P '1 us 1 Ili~l
The Committee also recommend-
ed that the School Board purchase
;hat property lying between the
football field and Niles Road for
future playground area.
Guests. of the club were Jim
Stillman and Roland Wolfe of
READ THE CLASSIFIEDS
some ote caracteReleased Frank Parke so o o
Two Boys Released Frank Parkerthe orchid plant. Light ---- A Fruit Pie For All Seasons
For Lack of Proof Talks of Orchids must be closely regulated along ........ '
For Lck of Proof Talks of Orchis with humidity and temperature. ,.* "'
Gulf Couhty Court released two Frank Parke of Panama City Th e plant is a slow grower, taking
reqroe boys, Heniy Edwards and presented a program.to the Rotary up to eight years to bloom fd.rom .Fh..
Richard Smith on a charge of car Club last Thursday that was come-
theft Tuesday, after being admon- ly to the eye. Parker, an amateur lheatn, .light and temperature, the F
ished by Judge W. E. Fitzpatrick, 'horticUltuirists showed slides 'of .tan n ite r n et ~
that all the evidence pointed to some of the ~,000 or so orchid o Go do f of NO lchOcal wr Tom C-
their guilt, but would not meet the plants. he has grown, ... Gordo of h ,'i 'Col t
r .eq irements--forConvicion.f e dBi- In adewey,- NTibtdNi4, YJr, ., and .Pete
requirements or conviction. He di- In addition to the slides, he told Fox of Port St. Joe.
..rected that a not guilty verdict be Secretary of State Tom Adams I
rendered s recovered visited the Rotary Club for a few t, .er1
The boys were charged with Witnesses in the case were '-n- 3/inutes Thursday and spoke brief-
stealing a car froa Hutchins Mo- certain as to the identy of the pao (jy to the club.
tors in Port St. Joe, driving it to boys, which affected their release.
Washington High- oere the dri- The two were returned to i hNU series Prepare
vers' educatioAi car stolen and Florida School for Boys in Marili- r ea -
driven to i it na.. A .
e to wher, tn ines fo S n THIS FRUIT-GLAZED PIE KNOWS NO. SEASON. Always-
dlven to.~h..", Ipp. mgl "available frozen mixed fruit in orange-pinq.ople,,flavo gelatin
.-makes the colorful topping. Thefilling is a delightful blend of
Sate Nvemer Foa thre emoins t adding and softenedream cheese.t'eauifu
vr state nurseries .ilt be the-scene enough for a party dessert, easy enough forffaibily dinners, and
o f nurshriesk s Ecivi' be theu scene.on
,of brisk .activityas.. thousands of. delicious enough for any occasion.. r
S P iee seedlings are prepared for ,
Shipment :to :Florida blaudowners. b p, GLAZED CHEESE PU pDu, PIE oa e
I Approximately- 65 million tiny,, 1 cup milk package (3 oz.) oraoger
green, seedlings' will be lifted, 4 packages (8 oz. each) cream pieapplle:flavor gelatin -
wrapped and shipped for replant- cheese, softened 2 tablespoons sugar
e n, .teaspoon vanilla Dash of salt
The reingestation of cut-er 2 tablespoons sugar 1 cup oiling water
'The refoestatiose of cut-iver The 1 package (3-3/4 oz.) lemon 1/4cup cold water
areas isa seasonal activity in the instant pudding 1 package (12 oz.) Birds Eye
state. Each year, new sites are pre- 1 baked 9-inch pie crust, cooled Mixed Fruit
F FPared for planting by the land-
F Uo owner who obtains his young trees Thoroughly bfend milk into cream cheese. Add vanilla and 2 table-
from Florida Forest Service. The spoons sugar. Beat thoroughly. Add instant pudding mix. Beat with
FLATL planting season usually stretches rotary beater. 1 minute. Pour into pie crust. Chill until firm.
from late November through early Meanwhile, dissolve gelatin, 2 tablespoons sugar, and the salt in
SFebruary. boiling water. Stir in cold water. Add block of fruit. Stir gently
dd excitingly The three-month planting season until fruit thaws and separates. Spoon over mixture in pie shell.
comes at a time when many farm- Chill until set at least 1 hour. Makes 8 servings.
S your fall ers have tim e off from other agri-
i~ shee wardrobe cultural practices. While they wait ,
sh wardrobe for the warm sun of spring, they ,pines were planted. Since then, one owners. Each year, while some
use winter's enforced dormant pe.-and one-half billion seedlings have trees are planted, others are har-
9nriod to paint old fields and burned been planted in'the state. vested. One purpose of the Forest
over areas a fresh green with pine This year approximately 66 mil- Service nurseries is to provide
seedlings. lion pines, catalpa, eucalyptus, cot- seedlings to these 93,000 landown-
The young green pine planta- tonwood, cedar and Arizona cy- ers who own two-thirds of the
tons represent one of the state's press seedlings were produced in state's forest area.
biggest income producers. The the state nurseries for landowners. "Planted Pines Pay" is a slogan
SA wholesale manufactured value of These seedlings were produced for often quoted in forestry circles.
CLASSIC Florida's forest products is an- sale at cost of production: $4.00 They pay the landowner in in-
SKMMER nually in excess of one-half billion per thousand for pines; $8.00 per creased returns from his wood-
SKIMMERdollars. This income is shared by thousand for cedar and Arizona cy- lands, they pay the woods worker
Black smooth leather the landowner, woods worker, for- press; $5.00 per thousand for ca- and the industrial worker with em-
ind new fashion col- est industry employee and all of talpa; and $10.00 per thousand for ployment, and they pay in terms of
ors in patina. Soft Florida's citizens. eucalyptus and cottonwood. improved prosperity for the entire
pliable upper, ta~. Many of the small landowners Seedling application forms are state.
pored foe and roll- obtain direct assistance from the provided landowners on request. For additional information on
ed opline. County Farm Forester with their Or they can pick up the necessary how to make your pines pay, con-
planting programs. The .Farm For- forms at local ASC, SCS or County tact your local Forest Service of-
ester, an employee of the Florida Agent's offices as well as local fice
FLIRTY SIZES Forest Service, helps the land- Florida Forest Service installations.
STO 10 owner order his seedlings, advises Due to the demand, seedlings are Visiting Parents
~SIDE IC1 TOhim on spacing and when to plant, sold on a first-come, first-served Mrs. Steve Lucas and baby
STRAPhelps him obtain a tree planting basis. daughter, Kim Renee have arrived
Softcrushed.eamachine (if needed) and is often Order sizes vary from 500 up, in Port St. Joe from Maine to re-
Soft crushed leather available to provide instructions according to landowner needs. Al- side with Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Coop-
easy on the eyes and fee when the trees are planted. most 30% of Florida's forestland er while her husband is stationed
as well Tree planting is not a new ac- is owned by'faimers, much of this overseas for a period of time.
ee M anU Ha d ativity in Florida. State Forester C. in farms of 160 acres or less. The S'teve is assigned to the nuclear
See Our Matching Handb s H. Coulter first promoted tree order for 2,000 seedlings receives submarine USS John Adams, which
planting in 1928.-In that year 5,000 as much attention and care as the is due to join the Atlantic fleet on
order for 200,000. a three month patrol beginning the
;rIncreased production of forest end of September. After the patrol
products depends largely on the they will be stationed at Charles-
Carp' Coordinates forestry programs of these land- ton, S. C.
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THE STAR, Porf ft. Joe, Flori'd
THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1964
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IN MEMORY OF
R. M. SPILLERS
WHEREAS, on Monday, Septem-
ber 21, 1964, our Heavenly Father,
in His infinite love and wisdom,
saw fit to call from Gulf Chapter
191, Order of the Eastern Star, our
brother, R. M. "Dick" Spillers, to
take his place in the Heavenly,
Chapter on High; ,and
WHEREAS, Brother Spillers; be-
came: a member of: Gulf,' Chapter:
191 on January 26, 1943, by affilia-
tion from Bainbridge Chapter 267,
Bainbridge, Georgia, and served
Gulf Chapter as Worthy Patron in
WHEREAS, we shall cherish the:
memory, of our brother, ever re-
membering the words of Christ, "I
am the resurrection :and the life;
he that believeth in me ',ihthih he
were dead, yet shall he lve;'and
WHEREAS, we,, extend t&" his
famiilyi our, deep-and .sincere.syp-,
pathy and express to them, the in-
spiring hope given ..to us in the
words of our Master, "Blessed are
they that mourn, for they shall be
NOW, THEREFORE,' Be it re-
solved ,that our' Charter be draPed
in loving memory of our brother,
R. M. Spillers, that a copy of this
resolution be spread upon our min-
utes, that a copy be sent to our
beloved brother's family and a
copy to The Star for publication.
Lovingly and fraternally
Zola Maddox, PM
Eula Dickey, PM
Verna L. Burch, PM
Committee on Resolutions
IN MEMORY OF
MARIE H. JONES
WHEREAS, Gulf Chapter 191,
Order of the Eastern Star, has
again been saddened by the open-
ing of the Temple Gates to admit
a beautiful soul, Sister Marie Har-
mon Jones, and the Angel of
Death has guided our dear Sister
to that City "not made with hands"
and she has now completed her la-
bors in ministering to the orphan,
in answering the call of want and
the piteous wail of sorrow; and
WHEREAS, Sister Jones became
a member of Gulf Chapter 191 -on
September 14, 1937, by affiliation
from Dixie Chapter 129, Valdosta,.
WHEREAS, since our Heavenly
Father, who guides our course
through this earthly life, saw fit
to call Sister Jones to her Eternal
Home on Monday, Septembdr 21,
1964, after great suffering during
a long illness; and
WHEREAS, we 'extend to her
family our deep and sincere sym-
pathy and express to them the in-
spiring hope given to us in the
words of our Master, "Blessed are
they that mourn ,for they shall be
NOW, THEREFORE, Be it resol-
ved that we drape our Charter in
loving testimony of our loss, and
that we enter this memorial resolu-
tion in our Minutes, sending a copy
to our beloved sister's family and
a copy to The Star for publication.
Lovingly and fraternally
Zola Maddox, PM
Eula Dickey, PM
Verna L. Burch, PM
Committee on Resolutions
CLASS VISITS THE
Mr. Faison's 9th grade civics
class went on a field trip to Port
St. Joe's Constitution Museum.
On the trip the students learned
valuable information to aid them
in the study of Florida's govern-
ment. They learned facts on the
town of old St. Joseph. Mrs. Brin-
son took the class on a tour of the
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Long Avenue Circle 2 First Baptist Circle mone y off boys, if you don't bring THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1964
Meets With Mrs. Lucas Meets With Mrs. Ward Bowling News +
Circle No. 2 of the Long Avenue Circle 2 of the W. M. U. of the CLASSIFIED ADSI --
Baptist Church met in the home of First Baptist Church met in theiA
Mrs. J. O Lucas, 1021 Marvin Ave., home of Mrs. T. J. Ward Monday, INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE action, he still shot a 518. Big Fead get Invstments That Yield SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
Tuesday, September 15, with eight at 3 p. m. for the last meeting of Steve Runyan powered Meter Ethridge was deadly accurate and Giant Returns
members present. The meeting was the year, with six members pres- Shop to a sweep of Laboratory. supplied a 510 to the cause. Paper
opened with prayer by Mrs. M. L. ent. The meeting opened with Mrs. Norris Daniels and Chuck Marshall ad it not bee for A D Roberts.
Britt. H. F. Ayers bringing the devo-aledBoxoPlant overPulpMill. Jer- BigAD'isbegieffingftoA throwehis.
After a short business session, a tional from 2 Cor. 12:13, and the ry Strobel and Fead Ethridge were Big A. is begging t throw his
very interesting program, "Race Prayer Calendar for Missionaries. more than Maintenance could he 'n-
in World Missions," was given by man, presided during the meeting. off. A potent attack by tie MillS Milwrights 1 5
the Program Chairman, Mrs. Eula The program.was developed by.all wrights fixed poor Gliddedi up with Meter Shop --------10 6
Dickey, and the following mem members present, from the Royal three losses.int Paper Mill ------ 10 6
bers: Mrs. N. G. Martin, Mrs. M. L. Service Magazine, the subject be- Rooe Steve unyan turned in Bo Plant ----------
Britt, Mrs.-W. Dp Sykes, Mrs. J. 0.O ing: "W. M. U. Helping the Church Rookie Steve unyan turned i 'Box Plant- .... --- 8 .-
Lucas, Mrs. T. J. Braxton, Mrs. Worship." Then Mrs. T. J. Ward a superb 518series: to lead Meted Pulp Mill ------------8 8
Neil K. Arnold, and Mrs., H. L dismissed with meditation and Shoppast Laborato. Steve gotMaintenance----------9
Ford just enough help from trick Laboratory-----------6 10
After several scripture readings Hostesses served the members Strickland and Jim Williams to do Glidden .-------------4 12
for closing meditation, the meet- delicious refreshments. the job. Baynard Malone would
ing was dismissed with prayer by Mi have led Laboratory to victory had A '
Sing he gotten any help from Martin weight around, and last night, he
rMrs. T. w e B ra. sr Brittb and J. C..McArdle. In fact, was a better bowler than Paper's
Refreshments pweoe served by the Rev. Chaney Wi Spe Martin and J. C., while bowling for Tom Thornton. What did Toin do?
hostess. At 'Nazarene Church the Chemists, were actually doing Ah well, let's just say he wasn't up
"nw a good job for the enemy, Meter to par.
Mrs. H g Next Sunday, September 27th, Big Ed Wynn, who throws one of
Mwfirs. Alorese Cl Cisda a e Iail O 2lanesthreeand fourthe hardest balls, was locked up
Rev. Reeford Chaney will speak at On lanes three and four, Norris i e wh A. D. an
T6 Ba p n tis t C io in a d u e l w ith A D a n d c a m e 'o u t l e ,. o .'^ ..,
To Baptist Cire the Port St. Joe Church of the Daniels and Chuck Marshall start- and Da a
Nazarene at the 11:00 a. m r. serv- ed throwing strikes early and did-second best. Ed still carried his
Members of Circle 3 of the Long ice. Rev. Chaney is district super- n't let up until they had bagged gotten any d w would have won ham Rod nsen '
Avenue Baptist Church met in the intendent of the Alabama District three points for Box Plant. Norris tten any help from Rod Jensen
home of Mrs. Joe Alligood Tues- in the Church of the Nazarene. For had a 506 series and Chuck a 503. and Frank Scottfor Maintenance
dayifternoon. about eight years he pastored the The Pulp's attack was anything Millwrights ovson Gardner led first place Glidden.
After a short business session, First Church of the Nazarene, in but dangerous. George Hunter man-illwrights over last place Glidden.
the program was presented by Mrs. Mobile, Ala. He has also served aged a 491 for high honors but his The Me and Me boys, that is, Bar-
John McKenzie, Mrs. Bob Jackson a term, as a missionary, in the henchmen let him down.ey and John, helped Nelson out
and Mrs. Joe Alligood. The meet- department of foreign missions. Little Jerry Stroble, who throws with a 473 an d 471.Hinton Hamm
WMrT~ seS th e invite you Littl Jerry S wh thow tDick Sweitzer and Hinton Hamm
ing was closed with prayer by Mrs. We invite you to hear Rev perhaps the slowest ball in the led a meager effort for Glidden.
Alligood, after which refreshments Chaney, next Sunday morning, at league, had his slow ball going Mr. Fox will cut your bowling
were served, the Church of the Nazarene. where he wanted it, and even .
though Jerry didn't get much pinSAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STARI
Circle 5 Meets With Mary McMillan Circle
Mrs. W. R. Ramsey With Mrs. W. H. Howell
Circle 5 of the Long Avenue The Mary McMillan Circle of the
Baptist Church met last Tuesday Woman's Society of Christian Serv-
at the home of Mrs. Wesley R. ice of the First Methodist Church
Ramsey for the September mis- met Monday morning at the home amp
sionary program on, "Race Rela- of Mrs. W. H. Howell, Jr. There Col lier.
tions." were seven members present.
The meeting was opened with The devotional was given by Mrs.
prayer and; a short business meet- Jake Belin. This meditation was You bet it is in a Medallion home.
ing was held to appoint officers taken from the book 'My Secret While you're playing with the kids or
for the new year. Prayer." Scripture reading was A R UND FACE? gardening, shopplingwm eating Dad for
New officers are, Circle Chair- from Mark, Psalms and Isaiah. l A RND FACE ? gardening, shopping, or meeting Dadfor
man, Mrs. Ramsey; Program, Mrs. A short business meeting fol- lunch, your Medallion home is doing
Selma Lamberson; Secretary-Treas- lowed. wonders! Let our for you.
e fMrs. A'P. DockA ery; Mission T he program was given by Mrs. wonders! Let ourd s
urer, Mrs. W. PDocere M isi oa wa en ie y Mr gained stylists show you There could be a roast in these e oven, dis hes
Study, Miss Alma Baggett; Prayer, W. H. Mowell, Jr. This was taken how carein the dishwasher, clothes i the dryer
Mrs. Gene Fowler; Stewardship, from the program book, "Summon- c oiffures with sides kept while n thed refrigerator is ith rtse L
Mrs. J. D. Clark; and Community ed to a New Age." The program coiffures with sides kept while the refrigerator is defrosting itself.-
Mission, Mrs. James Traweek. was, "Women in the New Age, a very close, such as the When you go in, the house has kept LIVE ET
New Age Opens New Doors.," hair-do pictured can comfortable temperature.kept
make you look lov.ler It only happens in a Medallion home.
Circle 6 'Names New Chichester 'at 763-6611, Panama thaneverLive electrically. Enjoy life! h m
t City. The show is co-sponsored by iAND RE EMBERy
Officers for Yethe Sears, RnamaobArtuck Foundation.and Call 227-7616' ONE BILL LIVING IS Visit a Medallion home
Circle No. 6 o fthe Long Avenue LOWER IN COST-HIGHER IN VALUE near you during
Baptist W. M. U. met at the church ON.It is more NAcoI Ail oALUEear 2 hu W7
Monday night, Sept. 14th. It is more economical to go all electric
Mords nit S eth o ened We have added a Massage than to have a combination of services September 20 thru 27
meeting with scripture reading and ience of our customers. wen you use more of today's mod-
prayer.I ern, labor-saving electric servants, your 7- '-- -
An interesting program, "Race average cost per unit of electricity goes FLORIDA
Relations-A Determining Factor elo down. Wh add anc'h tricitygo
in World Missions," was presented Buty S Op dn. y d ancherbenergy source
Two visitors were welcomed, Corner Monument Avenue and Fourth Street --OR OR O N
Mrs. John Young and Mrs. Myra Phone 227-3161 -,Corner---Monument- ...Avenueand, Fourth.Street f7:A----,,
The following officers were
elected for the coming year:
Circle Chairman, Mrs. Charles. :. o0 UOL ,URY DIVISION
Marshall. cMOR'.-riI*NCOLN CURYDIVISION
Program Chairman, Mrs. David
Mission Study Chairman, Mrs.
Billy Morris. ____...._-
SPrayer Chairman, Mrs. Joe Par-
Community Missions Chairman,
Mrs. Theo Johnson.
Stewardship Chairman, Mrs. Rus- ..
Children's Home Chairman, Mrs.
Danny Maddox. O
Social Chairman, Mrs. Joe Fort- .
Enlistment Chairman, Mrs. John
Secretary, Treasurer, Publicity
Chairman, Mrs. B. A. Collier.
The meeting was closed with
hood, the full-width grille, the unique front pillar lights.) The ride is new. It's
Date for Area Art Show smoother, solider, quieter. Inside, there's a wide selection of options for personal
Area artists are reminded that entirely new kind of M ercury for 1965... customizing-luxury features once reserved only for the most expensive cars.
Saturday, September 26th, is the / The idea behind all this newness is to bring you the most luxurious, best-riding
date for entering paintings for the now In car in its field a Mercury that the Lincoln Continental tradition.
Southern Contemporary Art Fes- See how well the idea works-at your Mercury dealer's. No medium-price
Paintings should be delivered to \e predict that many people seeing a1965 Mercury for the first time will automobile has ever
the shipping dock of the Sears wonder: "What car is that?" Mercury is that new. The look is new. Completely. come so near in luxury
store on Fifth Street between 9. Low, sleek, beautifully proportioned. (Notice the long, low proportions of the to the high-price class.
a. m. and 5 p. m.
Viewers of the show which will
be on display in the Sears store
September 30th through October
3rd, may win original paintings of-
a contest to see if they can pick T S Mw BB W A
the winning paintings as chosen
by the judge. PHONE 227-3737
Additional information may be 322 Monument Ave.
obtained by calling Mr. James RIDE WALT DISNEY'S MAGIC SKYWAY AT THE FORD MOTOR COMPANY WONDER ROTUNDA, NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR
obtained by calling Mr. James
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ERLMA M. BOYLES ..Manager
GLADYS S. GILL Ladies Ready-to-Wear, Main Floor
NONA WILLIAMS--.---- Childi zn's Wear and 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
Boyles Friends arn Custnomurs VWecome
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NO. 1B-Ladies and Children's Apparel and Shoes-
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NO. 2B--Men and Boys Apparel and Shoes 2nd
Floor (1500 sq. feet floor space)
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Associate Editors YOU-ALL O A
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i ndView C.he program next wee- wil; 1
Met Friday Evening J nrge oJf ne Jones Ley
The Christ Ambassadors of the Everyone is invited to attend.
iilhi.,,r.i View Assembly of God C. A. reporter,
Church held their regular meeting Betty Creamer.
Friday at 7:45, p. m. In charge of 'iii. '
the program were Sonia Tuttle, Pa- V l i g i i W-e Ie Class
tricia Davis, and Robert Raffield. Enjoy Dinner Party
The service was opened by
proyer by Quincy Hand. The Willing Workers Sunday
The song service was conducted School class of the Long Avenue
by Linda Davis. Baptist Church enjoyed an end of
Leroy Jones gave thanks over the year social Monday, September
the offering. The offering was 14, v hen the members and associ-
taken by Robert Raffield. ate members of the class met at
Leroy Jones and Bill Jones gave The Grill in Apalachicola for sup-
a special in song. per.
The program was named "The Secret pals were revealed and it
Four Mits." They were Admit, Sub- was announced that Miss Alma
mit, Commit, Transmit. Baggett would be the new teacher.
Kathryn Hand read Hebrews Those attending were Betty Tra-
11:6. week, Jewel Alligood, Beulah
Mrs. Quincy Hand read James Clark, Francis Robbins, Eula
4:6 and 7. Dickey, Sue Lewis, Ruby Lucas,
Betty Creamer read James 4:8-10. Johnia Sykes, Alma Baggett, Eve-
La Sue Raffield read Psalms lyn Williams, Lenore Conger, Arvil
37:5. McKenzie, Electa Dockery, Shirley
The group had discussion about Griffin and Frenchie Ramsey.
Dear Friends: Acmes Hawk' shoes and boots White City Auxiliary
are made b- .he world's largest
(Re: New Question and Answer are made b; .e m manufacturer! t
Department). Here's question num- and most r ble manufacturers! Sets Clean-Up Day
ber one from a boastful, loyal rea- Change of 1 ice: Mrs. B. suggests The White City Volunteer Fire
der in Campbell County, Va.! (You we read PeaI -Buck's articulation Department Ladies' Auxiliary held
would never thought it, would in Sept. issue of Ladies' Home Jour- their regular meeting on Wednes-
you?) "Here we grow corn as high nal: "The Set Revolution Times day at 10:00. The meeting was
as 18 feet, can you top that in Flor-ndcustos sure have changed opened by the President, Mrs.
ida?" (Actual picture of the tall since we were 16 Some for the James Horton.
corn was enclosed, showing 6 ft. better some for the worse, we It was decided to bring a little
man who grew corn three times tal- opnehand work to the next meeting and
ler than himself). Answer: No These so-called modern intellec- learn new ideas from each other.
friend P., Corn production is not tuals who discredit some funda- There will be a clean-up day at
emphasized in Florida. A sweeter mental books and teachings of the the Community Building on Octo-
product, however-sugar cane- Bible have failed to come up with ber 7. Each member and those in-
will compete favorably with your anything better to live by-or, to terested are urged to attend.
corn. Your prize for question No. 1 die by, what's their point? The Auxiliary would like to ex-
is in nail. Come again! A plumber was trying to placate tend a cordial invitation to any
(Ed note: Mr. Boyles, you should a woman in her flooded kitchen af- lady in White City to come and
ter Cleo. "Listen, lady", he said, oin.
have told the man that we grow comn.
corn six feet tall that makes the "crying only makes it worse". The Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs.
man s18 feet tall when processed, IHere's a happy thought: "One rea- Raymond Hightower, being absent,
Florida fashion!) inson opportunity isn't recognized Mrs. Robert L. Stebel substituted.
Silver D ( b more often is that it frequently The meeting was closed with
Silver Dollars, (Boyles buys back goes around disguised as work!" prayer by Mrs. Bill Harper.
$5000-ex tra for your patronage) are$1 One man's recipe for a happy A social hour of delightful re-
hard to come by these days. We arelife: "Get rid of all grudges, hurt freshments was enjoyed by all.
grateful to little Miss Susan Tram- d We feelings ,resentments, jealousy, un- The next meeting will be held
mel for four shiny ones. We didn't due anxiety and worry. Be grateful November 7.
ask, but they could have been sa for every precious living minute. --
ed shopping Boyles. Susan, keep Work diligently, play with temper-
up the good work. You are doing ance Remind yourself that you
better the rthe bank! Iare here for a purpose and that all SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR!
better than the bank! things work together for good to
Now for a brief spot from Store those who love the Lord". A good
No. 2: 15% Special Discount on ne to try!
National Made-to your measure .. ..o se t work to do!
trousers, this week only. Call G. Have you seen this MPR chuckle? S'long. -RGB
Boyles for evening appointment if "Even when a marriage is made P.S.: Address questions to: Tat-
unable to find time during day! in heaven, the maintenance work ter, Box 279, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Again men: There's ample elbow has to e done here on earth" Ever hear of a deer running off
and foot room in Boyles private Friends, we'll leave you with this with a fisherman's pint container
shoe department. Rand, Randcraft, little thought I've maintenance of fish bait? It happened!
ave e for: car.,
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FOR SALE: Legal ruled pads. 25c SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
each. The Star. 227-3161. Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
FOR RENT or SALE: 2 bedroom OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper,
duplex on Palm Blvd. Single rag content bond, all sizes. On-
dwelling for sale, 2 bedroom. Easy ionskin, manuscript covers, carbon
terms. Closing cost only. Also du- paper, clips, fasteners, file folders.
plex for sale on 10th Street. Pur- Everything for the office. The Star,
chaser may assume mortgage. Easy 227-3161.
terms. Call Cecil G. Costin, Jr. lAn,, n TAIV "ADn i hi]rn
WOULD TAKE CARE of children.
Familiar words in times of
illness. How relieved you are to
know the friendly doctor is here
at last. In most cases he' will
give you a Prescription'and you
will hurry to your pharmacist.
We know how important that
piece of paper is to you. So,
it gets top priority in this
Rexall Drug Store. We want the
sick to get well, too. We have
loved ones and know just how
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Office on U.S. 98, Beacon Hill
Phone 648-4800 Rt. 3 Box 270
Port St. Joe, Fla.
FOR SALE: Beautiful old brick
home, 1800 sq. ft. livin gareaI
double carport with workshop and
utility storeroom. Lot 100' x 200'
landscaped front and back, 75' con-
crete driveway. Central air condi-
tioning and heating. Paneled kit-
chen with built-in cabinets, oven-
range, refrigerator-freezer, garbage
disposal, and dinette table. Wall to
wall carpeting and wall to wall,
floor to ceiling drapes in living
room area. Three bedrooms, large
paneled Florida room, living room
and dining room. Cedar lined clo-
sets. Pole mounted Channel Master
antenna with rotor and controls.
Located across from Constitution
Park in the loveliest residential
area of Port St. Joe, 109 Allen Me-
morial Way. Phone 229-2771.
FOR SALE: Why pay 20 to 25 yrs.
on a home when $700.00 down
and $71.00 per month for 9 yrs., 8
mos., can buy you this completely
furnished 2 bedroom block home
with garage, breezeway, fenced in
back yard, good lawn and plenty
of shrubbery. Priced for quick sale
and payment like rent. Contact
1010 McClellan Ave., before 1:00
p.m. Ask for Steve Runyan. Pay-
ments to Florida Bank. 2tp-9-24
FOR RENT or SALE: By owner, 3
bedroom masonry home. Located
on Marvin Ave. Phone 227-2336. tc
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: Furnished apartment.
1506 Long Ave. Phone 227-5426.
FOR RENT: Apartment. Bedroom,
living room, dining room. Phone
227-8305 or write p. o. box 386. tf
FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom fur-
nifshed and one 3-bedroom fur-
nished houses at Beach. 2-bedroom
furnished, 2-bedroom unfurnished
and 1-bedroom furnished houses in
Port, St. Joe. Enquire at Smith's
Pharmacy, Phone 227-5111. tfc
ROOM FOR RENT: Call John W.
Brown. Phone 227-8541. tfc-7-16
pre-school age. If interested see
Porter, First Street, Port St. Joe
FOR SALE: Adding machine paper.
Package of 3 rolls, 70c. The Star,
FOR SALE: Office machine ribbons
for all popular machines. $1.00
The Star. Phone 227-3161.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m., American Legion
WOMEN-Start now for big Christ-
mas earnings as an Avon Repre-
sentative. Write Mrs. Dorothy Mar-
tin, Avon Manager, P. 0. Box 3345,
M.S.S., Tallahassee or call 385-1818.
HELP WANTED: Man over 24, va-
cancy in Gulf County or Port St.
Joe for Rawleigh dealer. Full time
preferred. Will -consider ambitious
part-timer. Many now earning $3
per hour and up. Write Rawleigh,
FA I 100 1170, Memphis, Ten. 6p
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet LOSE WEIGHT safely with new
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
t Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
ST. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3364 fo-
lu Iher information or write P. 0,
WOOD WORKS Screen doors,
picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
Phone 648-4223. 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.
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
JOE EVANS, High Priest
JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No .111, F. & A., M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
h. L. BURGE, Secretary
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1964
Survey of Attractions
(Continued From Page 1)
tive programs with Florida Statq
Dodson told the group that one
of the most important factors to
remember is that the area is a.
least one day's drive closer to th.
tourist markets of the nation than
are Central and South Florida.
Rowell said there would be another
meeting of the U. S. 98 group
Thursday evening, October 1, to
review the report and take action
Midget Investments That Yield
nowY the beautiful shapes for '65
It's longer, lower, wider-with comforts that'll
NU m'UI e W have many an expensive car wondering why it
fI m pWau 2 didn't think of them first. More shoulder room,
more leg room up front. Curved side windows, an
instrument panel that's a conversation piece. In
fact, just about everything's new right down to
the road. And even that'll seem newer because
the Jet-smooth ride is smoother than ever.
FOR RENT: by night or by the
week. One bedroom and private
bath. Living room and TV room
privilege. 528 corner of Sixth St.
and Woodward Ave. 2tp-9-17
FOR RENT: First floor 2 bedroom
unfurnished apartment. 228%
7th CS tDh.Phne2 27-77R1 tf-f-11
IN THE. COUNTY JUDGE'S '" ..... -. *.. -W-
COURT, GULF COUNTY, FOR RENT: House at 214 7th St.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. $40.00 month. Call 227-7846. 4t
In Re: Estate of
ALYCE G. ASKENASY, FOR RENT: 10th St., 5 room house,
deceased. unfurnished, $35 mo. 10th St., 2
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION bedroom house furnished, $35 moe
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF Long Ave., 5 room unfurnished
ADMINISTRATOR house, $40 mo. See Mrs. Nora Du-
TO ALL WHQM IT MAY ren, Phone 227-5471 or phone 229-
CONCERN: 2941. 2c-1-16
Notice is :hereby given that I FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished ap.
have filed my final returns as Ad- artment. 1505 Monument Ave.,
ministrator of the Estate of Alyce Phone 48.4770, tf
G, Askenasy. deceased; that I have -. .
fled my petition for final dis- FOR RENT: Business property on
charge, and that I will apply to the Highway 98. With living quarters
Honorable Sari P. Husband, County connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6
Judge in Gulf County, Florida. on
October 28, 1964, for approval of FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot-
the same anfd for final discharge tage with large porch. On St.
as Administrator of the Estate of Joe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone
Alyce G. Aslknasy, deceased. 648-3472. tfc-7-16
This the 24th day of September, F-R RENT: Garage apartment,
A. D., 1964.
/A. / SILAS RSTONE furnished. $50.00 a month. No
Administrator of the utilities furnished. 1015 Monument
Estate of Alyce G. Aske- Avenue. Call B. C. Gaillard 227-
nasy, deceased. 4t-9-24 7396, 1009 Mon. Ave; tfc-7-30
:-: FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
REGISTRATION OF FICTITIOUS meant. Couple only. 1621 Monu-
-NAMES ment Ave. Phone 227-7641 or 227-
We the urhde-igr, ed,being duly 3201. tfc
sworn, do -hereby declare under
oath that the names of all persons FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house at
interested in the business or pro- beach. Furnished. 2 baths, living
session carried on under the name kitchen, large porch, separate din-
of HANNON INSURANCE AGEN- ing room and living room. For in-
CY, at 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. formation contact Mrs. Cecil Lyons.
Joe, Florida, and the extent of the Available Sept. 1. tfc-7-16
interest of each. is as follows: FOR RENT: Furnished three room
Frank Hannon, 100%. ed
4t-9-24 /s/ FRANK HANNON apartment house. Living, bed-
room, kitchen and bath. Located
FOR SALE 1317% Long Ave. Call 229-3701.
Three bedroom, frame house
with oak floors near Grammar FOR RENT: House trailer 10x45,
School Only $300 down. Total 2 bedroom, 1%/2 bath. Located St.
price $8500.00. FHA financing. Joe Beach. Water furnished. $50.00
Two bedroom house on Long per mo. Call James Jones, 229-1532
Avenue. $200 down. Total price, or 227-4081.
$6,000.00. FHA financing. DESPERATION SALE: Allstate mo-
Three bedroom masonry house tor scooter. Good condition. Bar-
with 1% baths, large walk-in clos- gain at $60. See Bob Fox, phone
et. Buy owner's equity and assume 227-3751. 9-17
existing VA mortgage.
FRANK HANNON FOR SALE: Registered German
Registered Real Estate Broker Shepherd puppy, 6 mos. old, $50.
3 9 211 R ei Av Also a saddle horse, $150. George
Phone 2273491 211 Reid Ave. F. Kimbrel, White City. Phone 229-
FOR RENT or SALE: 1303 Marvin 2753, 3tp-9-10
'Ave. Unfurnished 2 bedroom
house. Den, living room, dining FOR SALE: LP gas tank, 100 gal.
room. 1250 sq. ft. living area. See capacity, 5 yrs. old, like new con-
Bob Ellzey or call 227-4611. Avail- ditifon with 30 gallons gas, $75; 2
able Sept. 1. wheel trailer for small boat, .2 good
fires and extra tire and wheel, $25;
'OR SALE: 4 bedroom house on Big RCT TV, has good picture, $35;
two lots. 405 Woodward Ave., All aluminum screen door, 36" x
'ort St. Joe. FHA loan available. 78", cost $20, never used, $10; 14
;300 down payment. Payments ap- ft., refrigerator freezer, double
)roximately $64 monthly. Total stainless steel doors, works perfect
ost $9,700. Seller will pay FHA fi- $75. All items cash. Im interested
dancing charges. Occupancy im- in any of these call 227-3561.
mediately. Call 227-4531, Port St.
Joe, or Ben Dickens, 385-1015, Tal- Y YOU SAW IT IN THE STARI
lahassee. tfc-.-14 SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR!
il ere's all that made Chevelle America's most
popular new-sized car-plus some new surprises.
Like those cleaner, bolder lines. Like the silky way
I a lfW 6 5 its new ride skims over the choppiest roads. Like
V8 power that'll make you think we stole some of
Corvette's stuff-which we did. All told, five engines
are available from a quieter six to a V8 that comes
on 300 horses strong.
'65 Chevy 17 \Of
It may be the expensive-est looking thrift car
you've laid eyes on. But thrifty it is. The big
difference being that Chevy II's marvelous mechan-
ical efficiency now wears a debonair new look. And
How's this for sport Vit!h ai international flair!
The longer, wider design gives all closed 'models a
hardtop 'roof, dilong with more 'shoulder and
*entrance room. And to igo with ,the racier look,
offers a new range of engines, including a new
300-hp V8. You could get the idea that saving
you money was the last thing we had in mind-if
it weren't for that price sticker on the window.
there's up to 180 hp available in the new Corsa
series, up to 140 hp in the Monza and 500 series.
Also a flatter riding independent suspension, more
responsive steering and a wider road stance.
ee g beautiful shapes for 3o -Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy M, Corvair & Corvette-at your dealerF
Jim Cooper Chevrolet Co. Inc.
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PORT ST. JOE FLORI ,
THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 10Y4
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
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Holland Says Examinations Open For
Youth to Seek Service School Entrance
Senator Spessard Holland an- N. Y. (Army), Colorado Springs
nounced today that any Florida Colo. (Air Force), Kings Point, N
boys desiring to take the Civil Y. (Merchant Marine), and Annap
Service screening examination pre- olis, Md. (Navy), must have their
liminary to his consideration for completed application forms in his
appointment to the national service office-421 Senate Office Building
academies located at West Point, Washington 25, D. C.-not later
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
+ Wheel Balance Check
+ Front End Check
+ Motor Analysis
Using Our New, Modern U. ,T
than Monday, September 28, 1964.
"This deadline," stated Senator
Holland, "is mandatory in order
that the Civil Service Commission
will have sufficient time in which
to determine the sites at which
the screening examinations will be
given to the Florida applicants. Be-
r cause of this requirement, no ex-
s tensions of time for receipt of
' these applications can be made."
r All interested parties who have
not yet filed applications for ad-
mission to the various service
academies in the summer of 1965
should immediately write Senator
Holland for the necessary forms
in order that they can be returned
prior to the September 28 dead-
line date. In conclusion, the Flor-
ida legisaltor stated that those ap
plying must score a minimum
grade of 70% on the standac
screening examination in order to
be eligible for further consider
action for nomination to the avail
Sable academy vacancies.
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1:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Three $25.00 Value
FIRST PRIZE --- $50.00 CASH Und$ercoating Jobs
SECOND PRIZE --- $25.00 CASH 2 Sets Car Floor
D PRIZE 5.00 CASH For FroMats
THIRD PRIZE-$15.00 CASH For Front and Back
Published Ev,-y Thursday At 30S Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY ----..............---------------.. Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer. Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader. Bookkeeper and Complaint IDepartment
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Entered as second-class matter. I)cembenir 19. 1937, at the PIustoffire, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under ALt of March 3, 1879.
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The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfull-
S weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly a
d inces. The spoken word is lost; th3 printed word remains.
The Big Question Mark
"Although President Johnson hasn't asked our advice,4
we have a suggestion for a ballot symbol for him to run in
this fall's campaign. Discard the rooster or the donkey on the
ballot and substitute a great, big question mark."
So writes MacLellan Smith, Washington correspondent
for the STATE NEWS of Dover, Delaware, in the lead edi-
torial for his paper in recent days. We continue to quote in
full an editorial that has our hearty endorsement:
Better than anything else, the question mark symbolizes
L.B.J.'s political career and his conduct of the Presidency
since last November 22. What turn will he take on any given
issue? Who knows? Doubtless, whatever seems politic--
expedient at the time will dictate his action.
If the past is indicative of anything, L.B.J. qualifies as
the largest mugwump ever to sit on an American political
fence. We name a few examples:
In the area of foreign policy, Johnson was emphatic in
1960, declaring, "We must have a complete global policy .
a national strategy for the war in which we are presently
engaged." In 1964 he declares that, since there are 120 other
countries in the world, we must have 120 foreign policies.
Hardly a tower of strength in these troubled times.
7 7 ? ? ?
Four years ago he said of our defenses, "I don't think
we're going far enough fast enough (in armaments) Stack
the rifles, ground the planes, scuttle the fleet and Communist
aggression will not have been halted." Today, Mr. Johnson
oversees the disarming of America, cuts the development of
new weapons, throttles military research and development,
and refuses our troops the use of modern jet planes in
In 1959 L.B.J. said of relations with Russia, "It would
be tragic if we suffered from the delusion that Mr. Krusch-
chev can be charmed into changing his course." Today Mr.
Johnson-is following the left-inclined State Department line
that says, "Be nice to Russia and she will be nice to us."
? ? 7 ? ?
Asked in 1960, "Do you believe much in labels-liberal,
conservative, radical?" L.B.J. answered no. Yet, this same
Lyndon Johnson, as reported by Columnists Evans and No-
vak, declared in 1963, "No matter what you may think, I am
a Roosevelt New Dealer." '
It was in 1959 that Johnson piously said, "We must not
play politics with human misery." But in 1964 Johnson went
on "poverty tours" during Which his advance men told people
: in the areas to be visited to go barefoot and hang washing on
the line to "look poor."
In a 1957 rap at President Eisenhower, L.B.J. said, "I
believe we could expedite legislation a great deal if all outside
forces would refrain from attempting, by telephone calls, to
direct Congress in its activities." Yet, this same L.B.J. is a
non-stop Congressional caller, telephone pressuring the legis-
lators to support his program.
? 7 ? 7 ?
It was in 1957 that L.B.J. called civil rights legislation a
"sham" and a "farce," said in a letter later made public, "I
don't know where you could have gotten the idea that I am
supporting the so-called bill for Civil Rights." Yet, in 1964,
he solemnly chanted that the Nation had talked long enough
about civil rights and that it was time for Congress to act.
Ten years ago, Mr. Johnson defended the right of citi-
zens to criticize their government, declaring in a Senate
speech, "We will not abdicate our right to make legitimate
criticism.. It would be a sad day for the country if the voice
of legitimate principled opposition was silenced." A few
months ago he attacked those who "like to jump on their
government, people who like to criticize."
The examples are almost without end. The only clear
thing about L.B.J.'s views is this: Since he entered public life,
he has been on BOTH sides of nearly every major issue be-
fore the country.
This November the American people will have to decide
just what L.B.J. REALLY stands for-that's the Big Ques-
1 tion Mark!
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Thursday, September 24
7:00 AM. TO 6:00 P.M.
JUST COME IN AND REGISTER TO BE ELIGIBLE TO WIN!
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1964
Herb-Flavored Beef Stew Crowned With
Russet Potatoes Is Family Favorite
This hearty, fragrant beeft-stew can be a gourmet's delight, both
to serve to guests or treat the family. It is full-flavored, nourishing
and satisfying, according to the Washington State Potato Commis-
sion's menu-planning department. You can cook it on top of the
stove or In the oven and, if 'desired, It can be prepared a day ahead,
stored in. the refrigerator, then merely reheated for serving. When
the stew Is done, crown the spicy meat chunks with tender Russet
potatoes lightly sprinkled with cheese and dill. When you're shop-
ping, look for the superior Russet potatoes from Washington State,
because this. all-purpose variety holds its fine-grained. texture and
full flavor under cooking processes. Washington State's new crop
Is in now so you can enjoy these Russet Potatoes in all your favor-
ite potato dishes. -
HERBED BEEF STEW WITH RUSSET POTATOES
2 'Ibs. chuck, round steak or 1 101/4-oz. can consomme
beef stew, cut in 2-inch cubes I 4-oz. can green chiles,
1/3 cup flour minced
I tbsp..paprika' 1/4 tsp. marjoram
1/4 tsp. pepper 3/4 tsp. dill weed
tbsps. shortening 6 Washington State Russet
cups thinly sliced onions potatoes
1 clove minced garlic Grated Parmesan cheese
I Blend flour, paprika,- salt and pepper and roll cubes of beef In
seasoned mixture. Heat shortening in Dutch oven or iron skillet
Brown meat. Add onions, garlic, consomme, chiles, marjoram and
1'1 tsp. dill. Cover and simmer in moderately slow oven (300,degrees
F.) about 2 hours or until meat is tender. About 30 mins. before
meat is done, boil potatoes in jackets. Remove skins, cut .into quar-
ters. When meat is placed in serving dish, arrange- potato quarters
around-edge of dish, over meat. Sprinkle potatoes with Parmesan
cheese and remaining dill. Makes 6 servings.
N o tice s By Hervey Sharpe, Editor, Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. Agricultural Extension
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, service.
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL Many ladies are suspected of
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE Many ladies are suspected of
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR bleaching their hair blonde in
GULF COUNTY. search of beauty.
IN CHANCERY. Hurricane Dora was no differ-
MARTHA LOUISE LINDSAY, ent. But since she had no hair, it
.vs may be that she took out her wrath
OLIVER B. LINDSAY, on your lawn and gave it a color
Defendant. rinse with rain water. ,
NOTICE TO: Oliver B. Lindsay, So inspect your lawn now. It may
whose address and place of resi- be losing its lush green color be-
dence is unknown: cause of a soaking by a windy
On or before the 5th day of Oc- lady.
tober, 1964, the defendant, Oliver Centipede grass is often the first
B. Lindsay, is required to serve centipede grass is often the irst
upon Hon. Cecil G. Costin,. Jr., to take on a yellow cast following
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address a heavy leaching. You can restore
is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, the green color by spraying the
Florida, a copy-of and file with thegrass with an iron sulfate solution
Clerk of said Court, the original of grass with an iron sulfate solution.
an Answer to the Bill of Complaint Apply a spray mixture of two
filed against him herein. teaspoonfuls of the iron compound
WITNESS my hand and official per three gallons of water per 50
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka, square feet of lawn area Chelated
Gulf Courty, Florida, this 2nd day iron products also area reco-helated
of Septen her, A.D., 1964. iron products also are recom-
/s! GEORGE Y. CORE mended for coloring up lawn
Clerk, Circuit Court grasses.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-9-3 Lawns with a dull green color
_____ -" also snap tc life with an ap-
S THE CIRCUIT COURT, plication of fertile zer. Apply about
GUF COUNTY, FLORIDA. 5 pc 1 of 6-6-3 (NPK) fertilizer
IN CHANCERY. n -r 1,000 square feet of grass.
-PEARL CIIUMNEY, Sprinkle the plant food evenly
Plaint ff, over the lawn, then water in to
THOMAS J. EY, prevent the grass from being
Deferndant. bur2-C: by the caustic plant food
NOTICE TO: THOMAS J. CHUM- Dont 1 come alarmed if you dis-
NEY, whose place of residence I cov:r earwige in ycur lawn. A
and po-t off ce addr2ss is un-
known: nu-nber-of home owners have re-
On or before the 26th day of ported them.
October, A.D.; 1964, the defendant, These iAcious looking little in-
Thomas J. Churmey, is required to
serve up.:n Cecil C. Costin, Jr.. sects may startle y.u. However, the
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address conspicuous pair of hooks at the
is 221 Rc'd Avenue, Port St. Joe, end of their abdomen are harmless.
Florida, a copy of and file with th, They do not live up to the super-
Clerk of said Court, the original
of an answer to the Bill of Com- station of attacking people in the
plaint filed against him herein, ear.
WITNE S 'my hard and 'official Ear':vi are commonly found be-
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka, neath boards, in wood piles, under
of Sept er, A.D., 11th da964.leaves and other plant materials.
/I/ GEORGE Y. CORE, They b come numerous in well
(lerk, Circuit Court kept la n-s. Earwige are largely
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-9-17 sc- ;engers feeding on dead and
RADIO I TV REPAIR
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ANTI N.A SYSTEMS. GOOD LSiED i'"s $.5.00 ui,
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DAY or NIGHT 1'.
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.-- Your Sutisfaction Is Our Business -
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
Camellia and azalea flower buds makes $50 or more in a calendar plained that a worker's Social he explained.
should be formed by now. Inspect quarter should be reported. Security protection depends on Carey said the people in the
them carefully for signs of bud 2. One-half of the tax should be them. "Unless the wages are re- Panama City Social Secuity office
browning. This indicates a fungus taken out of the worker's wages. ported, the employee gets no credit will be glad to help any housewife
which will cause the buds to drap. This amount is matched by the for the work. In many cases, this start making the quarterly re-
If discovered, control the disease employer. means no payments can be made ports. The next report is due no
3. The report should be made at to the worker or his family in case er an Octor 31, 1964, or
withthe end of each quarter. A simple of disability, retirement or death." the calendar quarter ending Sep-
This is about the last time you form, available from the Internal Carey also mentioned the wisdom member 30, 1964.
scale control en camelliasprandfr Revenue or Social Security offices, of making the reports and paying-
azaleas before cold weather sets can be used. the taxes on time. When back CLASSIFIED ADS!
azaleas before cold weather set The importance of these reports taxes are paid, a penalty and in- Midget Investments That Yield
in. If you'll add a little +hndae or was made clear when Carey ex- terest are added to the amount," Giant Returnsl
decaying organic matter. They
rarely damage plants.
In the event you find earwigs
are becoming a nuisance, control
them with chlordane or toxaphene.
Almost everyone loves violets, so
try your luck at growing them. An
acide soil, with plenty of humus
and plant food, moisture and shade
are conditions that make violets
happy. Iw you already have violets
then divide them now and the per-
fumed little flowers will peep out
from dark green leaves from De-
cember until May.
Sweet peas is another flower
suggestion. The winter flowering
varieties, if planted now, will
bloom by Christmas.
l tain dwCCJc:PVr iin ti. U.hp-qA
of rich, organic soil that has been "Every three months half of the
sterilized and treated against maids and other household workers
damping-off. Frequent cutting of lost valuable Social Security cred-
the blooms is necessary to prevent its," said John V. Carey, District
formation of seedpods which will Manager for Social Security in
reduce the flowering period. Panama City. "Household workers
As a border plant for azaleas, try have been under Social Security
strawberry plants. The berry since 1950, but many employers
bushes like the acid azalea soil still lon't understand about the
and will thrive. The dark green taxes that must be paid," he added.
leaves, white blossoms with cream- When questioned about how to
colored eyes, and tart red berries report the wages made by these
will pay for your efforts of grow- workers, Carey listed these rules:
ing the plants.. 1. Any household worker who
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship .--.---...... 11:00 A.M.,
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .-....---------....... 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER SVRVTCE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
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"WHAT A BUY" WHILE IT LASTS
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HALF GALLON CARTON
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With $5.00 Order or More
NO. 303 CAN
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25 POUND BAG
Leanest, Freshest in Town
guaranteed IRF EP SWIFT PREMIUM PROTEIN
s.quahl.y_ SWIFT PREMIUM CHOICE
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SIRLOINS lb. 89c
Cut With A Fork
Porterhouse Ib. 99C PROTEN af
Ideal for Broiling CHOICE BO N E
Delmonicos Ib. $1.09 Meaty
SHORT RIB STEW 1b. 39c 3
Proten or Choice ALL MEAT STEW lb. 69c *SATIN BRASS '/
NEW YORKS lb. 99c Meaty S-E
BRISKET STEW 5 Ibs. 59c FOLIAGE
Guaranteed to Charcoal or Broil CENTER CUT ARRANGED
NO. 7 CHUCK os -2s ABELS
P 0 A P01 SWfFT'S PREMIUM SLICED
Steaks uJ S RoasVt JF LUNCHEON MEATS
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TWO THUMB PAIR
Oyster 'oves 29c
FLORIDA GRADE 'A' SMALL
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No. 5 Jug
U. S. NO. 1 IRISH
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WHITE ACRE PEAS
REGISTER at RICH'S for
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PORK CHOPS lb. 59c
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GROUND BEEF --------3 lbs. 69c
GROUND CHUCK -- 3 lbs. $1.39
CUBE STEAK lb. 85c
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA Specials for Sept. 23, 24, 25, 26
12 Oz. Pkg.99
FRESH CORN FED LOIN
Sunnyland Hickory Smoked
ENDS and PIECES Ib.
SUGAR CURED CENTER CUTS
Use Our Budget Plan
Fine Heavy Western Beef
Cut and Wrapper For Your
Side- Front -Hind
Hind Quarters lb. 59c
- Produce ,,.
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10 Ibs. 39
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Order of More.
TEMT SPICED GERBER'S STRAINED
LUNCHEON MEAT 12 oz. 35c BABY FOOD 6 jars 63c
, SCOTT'S WAGNER
SCOTTISSUE 4 Roll Pkg 37c ORANGE DRINK qt. 29c
BAKERITE ALL PURPOSE- 3 LB. CAN
STOKELY'S 14 OZ. BOTTLE NABISCO COOKIES
CA TSUP 17c reo ----------- b.47c
Fig Newtons -------lb. 41c
CARNATION TALL CANS Choc. Chip Cookies 14 oz. 47c
Baronet ----------- lb. 47c
Lorna Doone-----11 oz. 19c
M ILK 3 cans 43C VanillaWafers --- 12 oz 33c
Mayonnaise qt. 39c
FAB ALL FLAVORS
DETERGENT Ig. box 25c S E G 0 3 for 77c
LIPTON 3 Oz. Jar McCORMICK'S
INSTANT TEA 69c BLACK PEPPER 4 oz. 37c
Cicner Powder ------2 for
Detergent _--------- Reg.
Lcid Cleaner ---------
Floor and Wall Cleaner
DUBUQUE Limit 5 Please
Viennas 5 cans 95c
12 Oz. Jar
JACK AND BEANSTALK
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From the Kitchens of KRAFT
KRAFT SPICED AMERICAN 18 OZ.
CHEESE pkg. 47c
Margarine 2 Ibs. 49c
Morton's Apple, Peach, Coconut, Cherry
FRUIT PIES ea. 29c
VALLEY GOLD 602 Cans
Lemonade 9 cans
You Get Double
YOU GET DOUBLE
GRAND PRIZE STAMPS
With Your $5.00 Order
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THURSDAY, SPT. 24, 1964
The Great Dis-Scenter
BaT3ng sodS the housewife's mentor,
Is lowfibw to all as the- great dis-scenter.
For 'a bicarb solution quickly expels
All traces of onion, fish and cheese smells
Arid also the musty aroma that prowls
And parks in breadbox, sponges and towels.
So if soda's on hand, odors can't roam
,And threaten your title to "Home Sweet Home".
LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE Jitney Jungle with a 487 series and
). The Ladies Coffee League did Ruby Lucas for Whitfield Strikers
-some real good bowling last Thurs- with a 431 series.
day. West Florida Gas and Team 8 We really had some good bowl-
were on lanes 1 and 2 with Alice ing going on all lanes. We had two
Machen bowling high for West to bowl over a 200 game. Lois
Florida Gas with a series of 351. Smith with a 222 game and Eve-
Mary Brown was high for Team 8 lyn Smith with a 212 game. Real
with a 481 series. good girls, just keep up the good
Rich's Super Market arid Pate's work.
Shell Service met on lanes 3 and Standings after two weeks of
4 \ith Gloria Morgan bowling high play:
for Rich's with a 400 series and W. L.
,:,Mary Alice Lyons for Pate's with a E. L. Amison's 8 0
380 series. Rich's Super Market ___5 3
E. L. Amison's and Beaman Whitfield Strikers --------4 4
Plumbing met on lanes 5 and 6 Jitney Jungle 4 4
with Lois Smith bowling a 537 se- Pate's Shell Service -- 4 4
iies for Amison's and Fern Guil- Team 8 4 4
ford for Beaman's with a 359 se- West. Florida Gas -- 3 5
ries. Beaman's Plumbing ______0 8
Jitney Jungle and Whitfield
Strikers met on lanes 7 and 8 with GULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE
'Evelyn Smith bowling high for Most of the, girls were wearing
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
brand \new shirts last Wednesday Laundry with a 386. She picked up
night. They must have added some two splits. Punk Daughtry added a
spirit to the bowlers as there were 378.
a lot of upsets and some beautiful Florida Bank won three games
scores, from the Comforter's on lanes 7
Faye's Grill and Glidden met on and 8. Norma Hobbs rolled a 387
lanes 1 and 2 and Faye's won three for the Bank and Joy Nell Davis
games. Martha Ward had high se- added a 357. Maxine Jensen led
ries of 420 and Sue Moore had 418. Comforter's with a 416. Barbara
Faye Taylor rolled a 174 game. Tharpe rolled a 356. Mary Roberts
Jean Stoufer was high bowler for picked up the 517 split. Mazine also
Glidden as well as the lanes. She picked up two splits.
blasted out a 549 series which in- Team Standings: W. L.
cluded games of 173-215-161. Glad 13 Mile 8 4
to know you can still do it, Jean. Glidden 7, 5
Lanes 3 and 4 saw St. Joe Furni- Florida Bank 7 5
ture win three games from Ned- Comforter's 6'2 5/2
ley's. Wynell Burke rolled a 523. Faye's Grill 6 6
This included a game of 226 which St. Joe Furniture _------52 6V2
took high game for the league. St. Joe Laundry_ ..-.- 5 7
Mary Brown had a 485 series and Nedley's 3 9
Evelyn Smith had 46:6. Lois Smith
led Nedley's with a 433. Charlotte IS Library
Nedley had a 387. 1C irn LI ry
St. Joe Laundry and 13 Mile met fe s l tion
on lanes 5 and 6. 13 Mile won v rS Selection
three games and moved into first
place. Donna Ward rolled a 421 Lister are a few of the books
for 13 Mile. Dana Rose had a 395 from a wide selection, for children
'which included a 158 game. Brenda of all ages, that are available at
erry was high bowler for the I Saint Joseph's Children's Library,
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located on Eighth Street. The li- quick work of the solution of the
brary is open on Tuesday's, Thurs- mystery of the missing bicycle, but
days ,and Fridays from 4 to 5 when it comes to stopping a dia.
".Child's Garden of Verses"- mond smuggler, a little extra out-
Grades 1-3. Among the lovely, sen- side help is needed. A football-
sitive and imaginative verses of playing pig and three stuffed owls
Robert Louis Stevenson gathered help turn the trick.
I together in this collection for chil-
dren are such old favorites as Rain, CLASSIFIED ADS!
Singing at the Seaside, and others. Midget Investments That Yield
All convey a special understand- Giant Returnsl
ing of the world of childhood with
its varied sense impressions, won-
der of discovery/and joy of living. |
65's Most Sweeping Changes-
RAMBLER ANNOUNCES THE SENSIBLE SPECTACULARS
New! 3 Different Sizes. New! 3 Different Wheelbases. New! 7 Spectacular Engines.
Your druggist's certificate- as
a Registered p h a r m 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
For Your Convenience
We Feature These
Famous Lines of
Ambush, 20 Carats, Taboo.
Includes bath powder, per-
fume and cologne.
DANA for men
Canoe, a man's after shave,
after bath cologne. Made,
bqttled, sealed in France.
Toiletries for Men
By Mem Company,
Drive-In Window At Rear
'65 RAM BLE AM BASS AD OR SPECTACULAR! Totally new in size, in style, engines from the all-new 155-hp Torque Com-
l L in power. New longer wheelbase. SENSIBLE! mand 232 Six to optional 327 cu.-in. V-8.
Largest and Finest of the New Ramblers Greater room, easy handling. NEW! Disc NEW! Twice as many Ambassador models for
Brakes, optional. NEW! Spectacular choice of 1965, including a dazzling new convertible.
'A AM BL/rT R ('T ASSIC'1 SPECTACULAR! Biggest, most powerful versions of new Torque Command Six. Two
'65 RAM BLER CLASSIC Classics ever-new convertible, sedans, hard- V-8 options, up to 270 hp. NEW! Disc Brakes,
New Intermediate-Size Rambler tops, wagons. SENSIBLE! Increased space, optional. Double-Safety Brakes, separate sys-
outmaneuvers other U.S. makes. NEW! Three teams front and rear, standard on all Ramblers.
She has solved people's problems throughout the United
States. She is the only lady who has dedicated her entire
life in helping people in love, courtship and marriage. If
you are unhappy, discouraged, sick or in distress, One
visit is all you need to get results! Sister Ruth warns
you gravely, suggests wisely and explains fully on busi-
ness matters and how to make more money than you
ever dreamed possible.
MY PRICE IS WITHIN REACH OF ALL!
All Welcome No One Turned Away Satisfaction
Open DAILY 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. SUNDAY ALL DAY
Located at SNEADS, FLA, on Hwy. 90
4 Miles West of Chttahoochee
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See the Sensible Spectaculars at your Rambler dealer!
Watch the Danny Kaye Show on CBS TV, Wednesday Evening
301 Monument Avenue
Florida Greeting Service,
.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
2 Registered Pharmacists On Duty
Gifted Spiritualist, Palmist
Announces Her ,Grand Opening
4-6. The extraordinary subject- of
this biography is the inspiring
model of hospital and nursing serv-
ice and the heroine of the Crimean
War battlefront who struggled to
provide hospital care for the
wounded against overwhelming ob-
stacles of dirt and disease. Vividly
revealed, even in this simple ac-
count, is the unselfish dedication
of an English woman whose name
is now known around the 'world.
"Three Stuffed Owls" Grades
7-8. The two boys who run the Car-
son Street Detective Agency make
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PRIDE OF DIXIE
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VAN CAMP PORK
Young and tender beef
Domino Pure Cane
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Fresh, Crisp, Texas
ONE POUND CELLO PACKAGE
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V A L U A BLE
! TEA BAGS
100 ct. $1.03
3 ozs. 79c
S 32 ons. 77c
32 .es. 9c
F79c ls fe.t.
MENNEN REG. or MENTHOL
Sof I Stroke
SNAVMG CREAM, 11 cz. ;-e
RO AS T
at reg. low price
L E M 0 S
at reg. icw price
Sea Pak Frozen
16 oz., 99c
64c plus f.e.f.
Mennen Speed Stick
89c plus f.e.t.
Piggly Wiggly's own PLYMOUTH
BUY PLYMOUTH WITH
SALAD and SANDWICH
McKENZIE FROZEN CUT
0 K R A 210KGS.
SEA PAK OCEAN PERCH .
FILLETS full lb. pkg.
GOLD SEAL DOG
FRESH GA. GRADE 'A' MED. SIZE
I FESHGA GKD AME.SIZ
2 Dozen for
SUPER GIANT PKG.
3c Morton's Frozen Fruit
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* PEACH CHERRY
S&H Green Stamps
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10 lb. bag 79c
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Support Your Team
In Every Game
But above all ..
attend all home games
. be a loyal Shark
Booster and help bol-
ster your team your
school and your town!
SEASON SCHEDULE *
SEPT. 18, Apalachicola Home
SEPT. 25, Marianna Home
OCT. 1, Rickards (Tallahassee) ---........ Away
OCT. 9, Open
OCT. 16, Niceville Away
OCT. 23, Chipley Home
OCT. 30, Blountstown Home
NOV. 6, Bonifay Home
NOV. 13, Quincy Away
NOV. 20, Apalachicola Away
NOV. 25, Monticello Away
1964 Fighting Sharks
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Front row, left to right: Lamar Butts, manager, Jerry Parrish, Donnie Smith, David Young, George White, Andy Trammell, Charles
Dalton Tull, Jim Fensom, Charles Zimmerman, Ricky Thursbay, Jerry Williams, Jerry Swan, manager and Bobby Brown, coach.
Nichols, Billy Carr, Steve Dees, Joe Hendrix, Byron Humphrey, Manager. Third row, left to right: Norton Kilbourn, John Ayers, David
Second row, left to right: Andy Portera, assistant coach, Eugene Dickey, Charles Gibson, Billy Versiga, Junior Nichols, Tommy Wright,
Harper, Freddy Anderson, Knapp Smith, Lamar Orrell, Wayne Mahan, Al Jerome Barnes, Ray Ramsey, Buddy Smith and Jimmy Goodman.
Cathey, Herbert Smith, Jimmy Cox, Tommy Atchison, Larry Branch,
THIS PAGE SPONSORED. BY THE
FOLLOWING PORT ST. JOE SPORTS-MINDED BUSINESSES:
The Glidden Company
Port St. Joe Division
Michigan Chemical Company
"We're Backing The Sharks!"
Raffield Fisheries, Inc.
Retail and Wholesale Seafood
Costin's Department Store
Complete Line of Wearing Apparel
Jim Cooper Chevrolet Co., Inc.
Chevrolet Pontiac Oldsmobile
Motel St. Joe and Dining Room
"Port St. Joe's Home of Good Cooking"
St. Joe Paper Company
"Home of St. Joe Kraft
Florida National Bank at Port St. Joe
Member, FDIC and Florida National Group
Apaibchcoda Northern Railroad
"Serving Port St. Joe since 1911"
George G. Tapper Company
Citizens Federal Savings
and Loan Association
St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Co.
"Go First By Telephone"
boche's Furniture & Appliances
Home Furnishings Frigidaire Appliances
St. Joe Ice Company
and DIXIE SEAFOOD COMPANY
Western Auto Associate Store
Stadium Seats, 98c
The Star Publishing Company
"Say You Saw It In The Star"
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