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S"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWtiNTY-EIGHTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1964 NUMBER 3
Owens Says Overhaul .FroC
Of Valuations Needed Position December 1
Of Valuations Needed Lloyd H. Pope will become man-
Retiring Superintendent of Pub- must come at the request of the ager of the Port St. Joe District of
lic Instruction Thomas A. Owens,, people. Florida Power Corporation on De-
*took his departure with some plain Owens said the PTA could help cember 1 upon the retirement of
words before the High School PTA the schools most by requesting R. G. Porter, present district man-
last Thursday night.
Owens declared that Gulf Coun- such a bond issue. ager. The announcement was made
ty still insists on "educating our Craig Speaks by R. W. Norman, the company's
children in the space age with Newly-elected Superintendent of northern division manager at Mon-
horse and buggy tax assessments". IPublic Instruction was also pres- ticeilo.
Owens urged the citizens to en- ent at the Thursday meeting and Pope, an engineer in the Clear-
tertain the fact of proper assess- -conded Owens pleas for a more water division, joined Florida
ments in Gulf /County to provide interested public pertaining to Power in 1956 as a University of
necessary schooling. Owens said he school affairs. Craig also stated Florida co-op student. He worked
felt the Tax Assessor, 'Samuel A. that as important as new facilities in the Monticello and St. Peters-
Patrick, would be influenced by a were, in his opinion they took sec- burg division engineering depart.
large group of tax payers and vot- ond place to quality instruction. ments and also in the company's
ers seeking a better tax table for The new Superintendent pledged Suwannee River plant. In 1959
Gulf County. his efforts to see that only quality upon graduation with a degree in
Owens asked for the school board instructional personnel were avail- electrical engineering he was made
the right to levy its own taxes; the able for Gulf County schools, an associate engineer in the Clear-
abolition of the necessity of voting Craig said that "what we do in water engineering department.
approval of school taxes every two our office provides the necessary Pope was made an engineer in
years, and the initiation of a equipment for teachers to do a 1961, holding that position until
building program.' | better job. Eveything I do will be his present assignment. He is a
Owens stated that any apprecia- done with.'quality instruction for; igstered professional engineer
ble amount of building would have Gulf County students in mind." in the State of Florida, is active
to be financed by bond issue. He -- with the Institute of Electrical and
said the School Board could not' Electronic Engineers and is a mem-
said the School Board could not SUPPORT THE SHARKS her of the Calvary Baptist Church
initiate a bond issue. Such a move er of e alvary Baptst hurch
Second Traffic Fatality of
Year In County and City
ANOTHER TRAFFIC DEATHL-Rxie Boykins, 112% Robbins Avenue
was thrown from this car early Saturday morning, breaking her
neck and becoming Port St. Joe's and Gulf County's second traffic
death of the year. According to highway patrolman Ken Murphy
the death car ran a stop sign and was struck by another vehicle.
Just two weeks ago The Star observed its. twenty-eighth year
and we promised to .try to bring a jbigger and better paper than in
the past. We didn't know that the very next week would see us-
putting out the largest edition yet of *The Star,oii'tside of a special
.occasion or .edition.
But don't expect such as that every week: ~
While you're not expecting a large editionhiof The Star every
%week, try not lto let.happen to you what liappened -to our bankers-
'Ted Cannon and MWalter Dodson. They :Were- shrimping in Apala-
ichicola Bay .Satuxday .(if it's legal now if not, they were mullet
,fishing) when the.motor.in the boat conked out. They finally made
lit to shore raditr.iead to.hum a ride back to their car whT;h was parked -
,at Indian Pass.. And who do you think they bumed"'a ride from?
4A man they had ifnne4laed a note on.
But he gay tfhen .a .ride anyway. .
After 13 years without a fatal traffic accident in the. City of Port
St. Joe, all of a sudden we :have two traffic. deaths so fai this year-
and one last year. Take into consideration that there is still three
fail .months left in this year plenty of time for 'another fatal
accident or two. Both accidents could -have been prevented with
proper driving habits and observing road conditions.. Don't you be
careless drive with caution and let's do our part tq put Port St.
Joe hack on the road toward .receiving their plaque each year from
the Florida Highway Patrol for no highway traffic fatalities.
It might be interesting to note that hurricane damage to Jack-
sonville was estimated at $3 million from hurricane "Dora".
As a parallel, we note in the papers that damages in Philadel-
phia from the recent riots reached $2 million. I
In weighing these two bits of information we are reminded that
hurricanes pack more energy than an atomic bomb Which all
goes to show that man is the most destructive force known to
man. This also bears out what we are being told these -days; that
our only fear is from the attitude of our own' citizens. \
The new cars are now out and shown. _They are beauties all.
This means something in our household, It means that our car is
one year older and still not enough money available to do anything
about it. One national magazine offered the opinion that if all
auto makers could turn out just one model car, in place of the 'doz-
ens that each manufacturer offers, your new automobile would cost
in the neighborhood of $1,000. But vive'la difference! .
Roxle Boykins, 1121/2 Robbims
Avenue became Port St. Joe's sec-
ond traffic accident victim early
Saturday morning at the intersec-
tion of Avenue D and Battle Street.
According to highway patrolman
Ken Murphy and Chief of -Police
H. W. Griffin, the accident (occur-
red at 2:10 A.M. Saturday after the
car carrying the -victim ran a :stop
According to investigating of-
ficers, the car in which the victim
was riding, driven by Leroy Butler,
112 North Garrison Avenue, ap-
proached the intersection of the
accident and an the stop sign. A
second car, driven by Arthur Addi-
son, 281 Avenue E was traveling
-west on Avenue D, a through
street, at .approximately 50 miles
per hour, and .struck the front of
the Butler vehicle spinning it
around in the center of the road.
As the car spun, the door on the
passenger side came open .and the
victim was hurled 32 feet -from the
struck auto, breaking her neck as
sIe hit the -pavement.
Funeral services -will be held
this afternoon at 2:00 p.m. From
the Zion Fair Baptist Church with
Rev. H. P. Pittman officiating. Bur-
Inl will be in Forest Hill Cemetery.'
Addison was charged by police
with speeding in a posted zone and
Butler was charged with xanminng
a stop sigW.
Mrs. Alma McClellan
Is Taken By Death
Mrs. Alma P. McClellan, 76, dil
in a Panama City hospital Menday
night following a short illness. She,
was a long-time resident of NAint
-t. Joe and is widely knowlm
-throughout Gulf County.
I She is survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Basil E. Moore, panama City,
three brothers, Earl Pridgeon, We-
:wahitchka; S. C. Pridgeon and B.
A Pridgenno hnth of Port St. Joe:
State Funds Approved
For Gulf County i.rary
Verna Nistendirk, Director, Li-
SATURDAY IS LAST DAY TO REGISTER Boy injured In brary Extension Department of the
Florida Library and Historical
TO VOTE IN NOVEMBER ELECTION Cycde, Car Wreck Commission, notified County Com-
I mission Chairman James S. Mc-
The Port St. Joe Jaycees re- past six months, you are eligible Bobby Ellzey, 15 year old son of Daniel, this week that funds had
reitrt.H. E was n-been approved for Gulf County's
mind Gulf County citizens that to register to vote. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ellzey wasin- been ti on in the Bay-Washing-
Saturday is the last day to reg- To register, go to the Addison jured Thursday afternoon about pa Libra y-ashng-
ister to vote in the November Insurance Agency, 201 Monument ured Thursday afternoon abou ton County Library.
primaries. Avenue in Port St. Joe from 8:00 3:20 when his motorcycle struck The letter stated that the State
Registration is simple. Here is a m to 6:00 p.m. through Satur- a car. Library and Historical Commission
all you have to do to be able to day of this week. According to City Police, Ellzey had approved Gulf's application for
cast your ballot on November The registration books will be was riding his cycle West on 16th a Library Services and Construc-
If you are 21 years of age, a closed to registration after 6:00 Street and Alfred Rudd, age 16, tion Act: Title 1 grant at its meet-
citizen of the United States, a p.m., Saturday afternoon, which was driving east, when Rudd turn- ing on September 24. Funds in
resident of the State of Florida, is 30 days prior to the General ed into McClellan Avenue, in front the amount of $19,770.00 will be
a resident of Gulf County for the Election on November 3. of Ellzey and his approaching mo- made available to Gulf County be-
torcycle. ginning with the new fiscal year
Ellzey hit the car in the right which begins today. The funds will
front door and suffered several se- be available through September 30,
vere injuries. Ellzey was taken to 1965 and may be used as soon as
g the Municipal Hospital where he is all conditions are met.
being treated for a broken leg, a One of the requirements is that
concussion, cuts and bruises about the Board of County Commission-
the head. arm and leg. Full extent ers and the Library Board enter
lof his injuries are still not deter- into a contract with the State Li-
... mined. brary and Historical Commission
Police charged Rudd with mak- for the operation and supervision
img an improper turn. of the library project during the
period of the grant.
onsD t v r Gulf County levied a one mill
Lions Dist. GOVe Onr to provide Gulf County with these
Visits St. Joe Club services during the coming fiscal
if i District Governor Carl Adams of
Tallahassee visited with the Port Funeral earv es Held
SSt. Joe Lions Club Monday of this
*i [ !.. week, making his official call oni Fo Conni Dewey Gay
SAdams praised the club for its Funeral services were held Sun-
------ --' growth, its work in civic projects day afternoon at 3:00 p.m. at the
-A W i and especially its community pro- graveside in Holly Hill Cemetery
jects. He congratulated the club for Connie Dewey Gay, age 6. Gay
PUSHING, 100--Mr. and MIrs. \..C. Forehand pose above on the oc- members for having their program died Thursday afternoon near his
deasion of Mr. Forehand's 99th birthday celebrated last week. Even and finances in such good condi- home in Oak Grove.
though he is nearing the century mark, Mr. Forehand still gets tion. Funeral services were conducted
around fairly well and is still enjoying life. ( photo) The District Governor charged by Rev. Harvey B. Ferrell, pastor
9 the club to continue to build and of the Oak Grove Assembly of God
Gulf's Oldest Citizen Reaches Age of 99 strengthen their organization and Church.
go after good strong members to Gay is survived by his wife, Ilene
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehand to express their sincere thanks and boost the membership rolls during three sons, Dewey of Alvin Tex-
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry appreciation for all theexpressionsthe coming year. as, Benjamin L. and Larry S. both
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry ppeciation for all the expressions The Lions are beginning an at- of Oak Grove; two daughters, Mrs.
V. forehand at dinner on Satur- Congratulatory messages were retendance contest Monday to better' Erlene Graves of Watertown, N.
day, September 26, in honor of Mr. Congratulatory messages were re- attendance and to conduct a drive Y., and Miss Geraldine Gay of Oak
ceived also from some far away for new members. Grove.
W. C. Forehand's -99th birthday, a places including Indiana, Illinois, for new members Grove.
father and son get-to-gether on a Wisconsin, California, and Wash- -'i Gay was a security officer at the
very special occasion which was ington, and one from a friend in Local Corporation Gets St. Joe Paper Company.
very much enjoyed by all. the diplomatic service stationed in Charter From State Comforter Funeral Home was in
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehand Nairobi in the African republic of Secretary of State Tom Adams:
were "at home" most of the day Kenya. thisweek announced the charter-
on Saturday and Sunday receiving!. Mr. Forehand says it is good to ing of Gulf Cable-Vision Co., Inc.,
:many callers .and well-wishers and feel young and to have so many FloGu corporation The ad
cards from many others. They wish friends at 99. dress of the new corporation is
317 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe.
King Tell Kiwanis Club That W ewa's Listed on the papers of incorpor-
King Tell s Club W ew action are J. A. Avant, Addie Mae
dy er Goodson and C. I. Avant, all of Port
a Ver High School Is S ad Shape St. Joe. The charter was filed by
C I William J. Rish, local attorney.
Dr. Bob King continued his re-
-port on the Gulf County School
,system to the.iwanis Club at their
Dr. King reported on the sad con-
dition of the Carver High School
King, chairman of ,a school stu-
dy committee appointed by the
High School PTA last year, said
that only two Eahodils in Gulf Coun-
ty were in bad need of attention,
and these were tthe Port St. Joe
High School and the Carver School.
Both are inadleqnate in space.
The Carver school al'6 suffers from
a shortage of pupiss -With -which to
carry on a school program.
charge of arrangements.
Glee Club Will Wash
Cars All 'Day Saturday
The Glee Club of the Port St.
Joe High School wishes to an-
nounce a car wash on October 3,
at the corner of Reid Avenue.
The price for the cars are $1.00.
We invite everyone to come and
get their car washed.
Sharks Take Drubbing At Hands of
Marianna Bulldogs Last Friday Night
Port St. Joe High's Sharks took
their lumps Friday night at the Cathey also ran the extra point School. The game will be played
hands of the Marianna BulMogs, over to make it a full seven points at 8:00 p.m. at the fairgrounds sta-
bejng defeated by a 54-6 score on for the Sharks. dium. The field is just off the
the home field, Tonight, the Sharks go to Talla- Apalachicola highway South of
The Sharks received the kick-off hassee to play Rickards High Tallahassee.
and -held the ball for a series of
seven plays, m'nking tw6 first downs __
befboe they had to give up the foot-
ball. The Bulldogs took the ball on
the first play, handed off to Her-
a sister, Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr., King said that the ,Crver school mann, who went through the mid-
Port St. Joe. consists of an old wiaden building dle of the Shark team on the first
Funeral services were held yes- and a two room eonerete block play for a touchdown.
terday afternoon from the First building. Both buildings are in de- The Sharks were completely in-
Baptist Church in Port St. Joe with plorable shape, according to King, effective on defense during the
the Rev. C. Byron Smith officiating. The Carver campus cQnslsts of 2% first half, and as a consequence the
Interment was in Holly Hill Ceme, acres of land. The teaching staff Bulldogs were able to make only
tery. = consists of five teachers for 12 five first downs during the first
Active pallbearers were Cecil G. grades. Enrollment for the entire half. On all four scoring attempts
Costin, Jr., Ashley Costin, Earl Tom 12 grades is 178 with 120 of these they made their TD's without first
Pridgeon, Harland Pridgeon, Ber- in the first six grades.. making a first down.
nard Pridgeon and Ed Pridgeon. King said that his committee was, During the second half the
Comforter Funeral Home was- in recommending that the School Sharks took to the air, but Ca-
charge of arrangements. Board construct a new eight room they's passes were either incom-
__ school building; purchase 10 acres plete or dropped for the most part.
of land and transfer students.in One thriller of a pass was com-
Williams Clan Will grades nine through 12 to Washing- pleted from fullback Junior Nich-
Gather Together Saturda*y ton High School intPort St. Joe. ols to Buddy Smith for a 25 yard
GatherThey further recommended that gain in the third quarter, but the
Up to 2,000 members of the fam- five teachers be en loyed to in- Sharks were unable to complete
ed Williams' family and high-rank- struct the eight grades left in We- this drive.
ing guests are expected to flood wahitchka and that. a janitor be The Sharks only scoring effort
into Jackson County Saturday, to hired to keep up the building. No was began with a 40 yard pass from
join in visiting and eating and wor- janitorial services are provided for Cathey to Smith in the last period
shipping in the storied old Galli- the present school. with Cathey scooting over from
lee Tabernacle near Graceville. (Continued On Page 12) the four yard line for the score.
STOPS GAIN-Port St. Joe's number 62, Jerome Barnes closes in on
a Marianna runner in last Friday's game. Barnes stopped the
ball carrier on the sidelines after this picture was taken. (- photo)
I M 'ONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it Where wercan speak with it
,once in a While-Trade with
.your 'holne town merchants
S-.o. ( ..
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
September 8, 1964.
The Board of County Commi
sioners of Gulf County, Florid
met this date in regular sesic
with the following members pre
ent: James G. McDaniel, Chairmar
Walter Graham, A. J. Stricklan
S. C. Player and Leo Kennedy. Th
Clerk, Shariff, Attorney, Road Si
perintendent and Mosquito Contro
Supervisor were also present.'
The meeting came' to order a
9:00 A. M., the Clerk opened wit
The Board discussed right of wa
requirements for the Midway Par'
road, the same having been sur
veyed by the Florida Fngineeiin
Associates, Inc. The Board then dis
cussed right of ways and need &
road work for a proposed road 11
Section 27, T3S, R10W. It was de
cided that the necessary easement
must be obtained before any world
is done on these projects.
The Board ordered the following
changes on its Indigent roll:
Removed: Lottie Pitts, $15.00
Linda Parrish, e $15.00.
Added: Annie M. Daniel, $15.00
Louise Pridgen, $15.00.
Whereupon, there was a motion
by Commissioner Strickland, sec
onded by Commissioner Grahair
and unanimously carried, that in
order to meet the necessary ex-
penses chargeable to the C6unty
funds, the Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County, Florida,
hereby declared the Tax rate on
the dollar as set opposite each fund
listed below, and is hereby levied,
assessed and is hereby imposed
'upon all of the property lying
Jvithin the County of Gulf and
State of Florida, on the first day
of January, A.D. 1964, to-wit:
For the Board of County Com-
General Fund---------- 8.0
Fine and Forfeiture Fund- 3.0
Road and Bridge Fund_ 3.01
St. Joseph's Fire Control
County Free Library .--- 1.00
For Board Public In-
County Current School
Special Tax District
Current Fund 10.0
District Bond I. & S. Fund 2.0
Dead Lakes Water Man-
agement District ------ 0.5
Florida Ctate Board Health 1.5
The Board agreed to pay $75.00
to the Smith Funeral Homq for
burial of Oscar Collins.
The Board discussed the possibil-
ity of paving the Odena County
road arid decided to contact Frank-
lin County to determine whether
or not Franklin County would
ArL-pM +flrn qini1i all materials
able for Gulf County to institute a
program known as County Free
Public Libraries, and
WHEREAS, the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County,
Florida, have complied with each
and every regulation providing for
the establishment of said libraries,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED that the Honorable Farris
Bryant, Governor of the State of
Florida, be, and he is hereby, re-
quested to make the following ap-
pointments to the Library Board
for the designated periods of time:
Mr. Edward Bandjough, Wewa-
hitchka, Florida, 1 year; Mrs. Sam
Britt, Wewahitchka, Florida, 2
years; Miss Netta Niblack, Port St.
Joe, Florida,, 2 years; Mr. C. E.
Daniell, Port St. Joe, Florida, 3
years; and Mrs. Charles S. Davis,
Port St. Joe,, Florida, 3 years.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
That a copy of this resolution be
delivered to the Honorable Farris
Bryant at the earliest possible date.
ADOPTED in regular session the
8th day of September, A.D. 1964.
All payrolls for the month of
August were approved and ratified
as paid. The bills the month of
August were presented, examined,
approved and ordered paid. There
being no further business, the
James G. McDaniel,
George Y. Core,
for the paving of said road and Wtwahitchka, Florida,
Gulf County will agree to do all September, 22, 1964.
the work. The Board of County Commis-
After lengthy discussion, the sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
Board authorized the Florida En- met this date in regular session
gineering Associates to survey and with the following members pres-
prepare plans for paving Third ent: James G. McDaniel, Chairman,
Avenue in Highland View from Walter Graham, Leo Kennedy, W.
6th Street to 9th Street. The Roa ~J. Strickland, and S. C. Player. The
superintendent was instructed to Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, Road Su-
begin making his plans to pave perintendent, and Max W. IKilbourn
this street. were also present.
The Florida Board of Foresthy The meeting came to order at
presented an itemized financial 6:30 P. M. The Attorney opened the
statement for the 1963-64 fiscal meeting with prayer.
year. Mr. Alfred Whitfield, Director
Mr. Albert T. Thames, County, for the Wewahitchka Development
'Service Officer, filed a report of Committee, appeared before the
recoveries in the amount of $28,- Board and issued an invitation for
358.50 for Gulf C6unty service men each member to attend a joint din-
for the period July 1, 1963 to June ner meeting of the Port St. Joe
30, 1964. Gulf County Chamber and the We-
The County Agent filed his re- wahitchka Development Committee
port for the month of August. to be held September 24, 1964, at
The Board directed the Clerk to 6:30 P. M. at the "Nook" on Dead
-pay the City of Port St. Joe $240.64 Lakes.
'to make the full payment for 1964 Mr. C. E. Jake Koller, Chairman
to equal one half the amount col- for the Artificial Fish Reef Project,
elected. Port St. Joe Junior Chamber of,
The following letter was ordered Commerce, appeared before the
recorded in these minutes, to-wit: Board and discussed the possibil-
Honorable William J. Rish, ity of the County joining his com-
Attorney for Board of County mittee as co-sponsor for said proj-
Commissionersect which would make it be enti-
S Commissioners ted to matching funds from the
Port St. Joe, Florida. trustees of the Internal Improve-
Re: County Seat after Relocation ment Fund, but would be free of
PI-Ption. cost to the County. After discus-
Dear Mr. Rich: sion, there was a motion of .Com-
SThis is in response to your re- missioner Kennedy, seconded by
quest for the advice and counsel Commissioner Graham and unani-
of this office upon substantially the motusly carried that the County, co-
following question: sponsor said project.
Where an election is held .The Gulf Coast. Electric Cooper-
for the relocation of a county ative,' Inc., requested the County
seat under Chapter 138, Flor- to grant'it the right to install elec-
ida Statutes, and the County tric line Doles within the right of
Commissioners have canvassed' way on- the Jacks:on Rixor road
the election as require by said This matter was tabled intil a con- ,
chapter, and a new location struction plan is pie- .nted to the
has been selected as the county Board.
seat, should the meetings of Commissioner Graham then di-
the County Commissioners cussed the proposed utility code
and other actions of the county for .the County. He stated that the
officials be conducted in the County attorney and an engineer
old location or the new loca- had done much work in preparing
tion until such time as a court- the preliminary code which. has
house and jail are erected in been discussed at several. meetings.
the new location? This matter was again tabled.
Official meetings for the trans- The Mosquito Control Budget-
action of business by the Board of State funds was amended to in-
County Commissioners are requir- clude additional receipts and e-
ed to be publicly conducted at a penditures in the amount of
place known as the County Seat. $875.00.
Motes v. Putnam County, 143 Fla The Board approved a bond in
M otes v. Putnam County, 143 Fla the amount of $1,000.00 with A. P.
134, 19S So 465! 8 Fla Jur, Coun- Jackson as principal and Hartford
ties, Section 54, page 200. Accident and Indemnity Company
Section 138.C9, Florida Statutes, as surety.
states, that ". The place receiv- The Board discussed the damage
ing the majority of all votes cast to the Port St. Joe Health Depart-
shall be the county seat for the ment building caused by the re-
next 10 years, and the said County cent bad weather. It was reported
Commissioners shall erect, as soon that the roof was leaking to the
as possible, a Courthouse and jail, extent that it must be repaired at
and provide suitable offices for all the earliest date possible. The
the County officers who are re- Chairman appointed Commissioner
quired by law to keep their offices Ghaham and Commissioner Player
at the courthouse at the place to to obtain bids from two or more
selected as the county seat afore- contractors for the repairs to said
said." (Emphases supplied), roof.
The Legislature, recognizing that The Board entered into lengthy
it is impossible to efficiently con- discussion as to rights of ways
duct the business of the county un- needed before certain roads and
less some centralized location is street projects can be completed.
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It was decided that th Board would was unanimouslycarried to enter that itis now time for theBoard THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1964
attempt to secure additional rights into a standard A. L A. contract to take action to secure the site
eES of the eof way in Oak Grove to connect with Norman P. Gross, Architect, already selected, and then recom- the meeting adjourned.CLASSIFIED DI
several dead-end streets and in the for the designing and supervision mended that the Board enter con- /s/ James G. McDaniel
Mid-Way Park area. The Clerk was of construction of the new Court detonation proceedings against the Chairman. Midget Investments That Yield
N instructed to write to the property House and Jail in the City of Portproper parties. Com. Graham stated Attest: Giant Rturnsl
owners in the Oak Grove area and St. Joe. that it is his thought to give the /s/ George Y. Core,
request the right-of-way. The at- The Board then entered into a owners of the property a deadline Clerk.
available wherein the affairs of torney prepared an easement to lengthy discussion with reference as to the latest possible date the
government can be conducted, em- be executed by the owners in the tothe Road and Bridge fund bud- Board can waist to the latest possiblefore endatering the
played language in Section 138.09, Mid-Way Park area and the Chair- get the Rad and Bridgethat fundthebud ard canwat before enteringthe
Florida Statutes, which contem- man announced that he and Comn- rget noted that the bud- condemnation proceedings. te I T l-
plated that in the event the loca- missioner Strickland would attend ate wouldThe Board instructed the was a mofter further discuommission, there
tion of a county seat should be to getting said easement executed Ro ad Superintendent to ed the was a modiscontionded by Comm issioner reie ess
changed a reasonable period of A n Superintendent to discontinue Kennedy, seconded by Commis-
changed a reasonable period of The Attorney announced that all road and bridge operations un- sioner Strickland and upon vote ...f r r61i Ol StfeSS
time would be required to con- heretofore the Board requested :til October 1, 1964. was unanimously carried, that the
struct a courthouse, jail and other him to review thet contract ec nut The Board entered into a dis- Attorney be and he is hereby di- a nd tension
county facilities before an orderly ed Julv ie te cna execut- The Board entered into a dis- Attorney be and he is hereby di- qd n1
and legal transfer of the records Grossly 9, 1963, with Norman P. cussion with reference to the Court reacted to file the proper condem- n rVO. oUS
and functions of government determine the House site in Port St. Joe. The at- nation proceedings on all of the NO NARCOTICS
and f nations of government could full scope of said contract. He then torney reported that he has not land lying between U. S. Highway NO ARBIOTRIS
be made to the new location, I am read the contract and all minute been able to set up an appointment 98 and St. Joseph's Bay and Fifth NO BARBITURATES
therefore of the view that until entries concerning said contract with Mr. Edward Ball due to the Street and the extension of Seventh
such a transfer is made the old lo- and discussed some with the Board. fact that Mr. Ball has been ill and Street in the City of Port St. JoeABFORMIN
cation would, temporarily, continue After a discussion, with reference has not returned to his office Florida. 0 Campbell/s Drug Store
to serve as the County Seat and to thee new Court House andJail, thCommissioner Kennery said that The Board did then select names CmpbellS Drug Store
as the meeting place of the County there was a motion by Commis- this Board has been trying for to be placed in the CircuitCorPhnDrug
thsioner Graham, seconded by Com-,months to get a price on theCourtjury box for theyearurt Phone 227-4141
Trusting that the above co- missioner Strickland an upon vote house site but to no avail. He said There being no further business Port St. Joe, Florida
to you, I remain .
/s/ James W. Kynes
James W. Kynes
The following resolution was of- ", -
fered by Commissioner Graham
'ud seconded by Commissioner
Strickland and unanimously adopt-
WHEREAS, the County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
have ascertained that it is.desir- .
auie_ .9or1-1u4 1oun4y to institute a
Th r Jeanette Lee, as assistant advisor.
Theta Rho Girls After the meeting, refreshments
of potato chips, cookies and punch
Met Monday were enjoyed by all.
The Theta Rho Girls met Monday CLUB 22 WILL HOLD
night at the American Legion Home RUMMAGE SALE FRIDAY
4ith 15 members, one advisor and Club 22 of the Rebokah's will
bhree visitors present. One new have a rummage sale starting Fri-
member, Patsy Johnson, was ini- day afternoon at 1:00 p.m. and all
tiated. Mrs. Addie Goodson, district day Saturday, October in the
"eputy president, installed Mrs. American Legion building.
It is now time to switch to
for the winter season
IN ADDITION TO SAVINGS IN COST, THERE
ARE OTHER ADVANTAGES:
We have expert servicemen to convert your
appliances to natural gas and handle any service
problems that may arise with your appliances.
1. 'Ease of operation of equipment.
2. 'Natural gas has a heating value of
100,000 B.T.U. per therm.
3. 'Eliminating the necessity of ordering
other fuel, checking on supply on hand
and occasionally running short.
4. 'You may utilize space for other pur-
poses now required for storage tanks
in your yard.
5. You only pay for gas as it is metered to
you and not for unused quantities
stored through the summer.
We have available at our office at 114 Monu-
ment. Avenue modern lines of gas heating equip-
ment and other gas appliances for your inspection,
and can supply your needs on easy terms.
We will be glad to have a representative of
our firm call on you at your request.
ST. JOE NATURAL
GAS CO., INC.
114 MONUMENT AVE. PHONE 229-3831
First Baptist W :U THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1964
S ap istdrawn as follows:
41351S Officers Circle No 1 Mrs Cliford Sunday School
Ts rpe, Mrs. Aubrey Tomlinson, Clas Plans
The First Baptist Church W. oryStephens, Mrs. W. O. SS
U. officers for the new church Emmett Daniels, Mrs ol
year of 1964 and 1965 were elected Ni Emmett Daniels, Mrs. The "Teen" Sunday School class
at a recent business meeting. List- b, Mrs. bu of the Pentecostal Holiness Church
ed are the new officers i Mrs. Albert BTi,. burn, Mrs. Karln
ed are the new officers. Marshall, Mrs W. 9.. Dare, Mrs. E. on Garrison Avenue met Tuesday
President, Mrs L. W. Coxh. H. Vittum, Mrs. ltaP .Macomber. night in the home of Mrs .Graco
Vice President, Mrs. W. 0. Nich- Circle No. 2-Mrs- .. E. Parker, Orrell. The purpose of the meeting
ols. I Sr.. Mrs. W. I. Carden, 1frs. E. C. was to plan for a class social and
Recording Secretary, Mrs. W. S. Cason, Mrs. C. D. Spears, Mfrf. Pei:ry disc n o T
Smith. Elliott, Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr., Mrg. 'scusson on things for the better-
Treasurer, Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon Geo. Padgett, Sr., Mrs. T. E. Tram- ),lent of the class. The meeting was
k program Chairman, Mrs. E. C. mell, Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon, Mrs. J. called to order by Mrs. Orrell read-
Cason. F. Pierce, Mrs. E. S. Marlowe, Mrs. ing Ephesians 5:1-9, then leading
Mission Study Chairman, Mrs. C. Geo. Davis. in prayer.
Byron Smith. Circle No. 3-Mrs. E. H. Van- The class will begin their first
communityy Missions Chairman, Landingham, Mrs. W. S. Quarles, project Saturday morning by clean-
Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr. Mrs. Melton Chafin, Mrs. Elizabeth ing the church.
Prayer Chairman, Mrs. Wesley Montgomery, Mrs. H. F. Ayers, Mrs. The class will have a barbecue
Ramsey, Sr. I Anna Adams, Mrs. L. Z. Henderson, chicken supper Thursday night, Oc-
Stewardship Chairman, Mrs. Em- Mrs. Roy Irwin, Mrs. Richard Saun- tober 8. Each member may bring
ory Stephens. ders, Mrs. J. W. Plair, Mrs. J. F. a friend.
Children's Home Chairman, Mrs. Daniell, Mrs. Pearl Smith. A social hour followed the meet-
E. H. VanLandingham. Circle No. 4-Mrs. W. L. Durant, I-g and refreshments and goodies
Enlistment Chairman, Mrs. W. I. Mrs. J. T. Campbell, Mrs. J. D. were served by Mrs .Orrell.
Garden. i Davis, Mrs. J. A. Garrett, Mrs. W. -
Flower Chairman, Mrs. W. J. J. Belin, Mrs. Lonnie Bell, Mrs. W., REBEKAH LODGE 22 WILL
Daughtry. Daughtry, Mrs. Larimore, Mrs. I MEET TONIGHT AT 8:00 PM.
Publications Chairman, Mrs. J. T. Ward, Mrs. P. W. Petty, Mrs. Rebekah No. 22
D. Spears. Bud Owens, Mrs. W. B. Wilder. Meldy .
Asst. Social Chairman, Mrs. W. The new President extends a spe- wil have its regular meeting Thurs-
L. Durant. cial invitation to all officers and day night at 8:00 p.m. in the Ameri-
Y. W. A. Director, Mrs. W. J. members to be present at the first can Legion Home. All members
Parker. meeting, October 5, so we may out- are urged to attend.
G. A. Director, Mrs. Bill Flem- line our work for the new year.
ing. I Secretary, Myrtice Smith.
Engagement of Miss Marilyn Ruth
Hallock, Richard Zipperer Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Reed J. Hallock of 318 Muskingum Drive, Marietta,
Ohio, wish to announce the engagement and approaching marriage
of their daughter, Marilyn Ruth, to Mr. Richard F. Zipperer, son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Zipperer of Port St. Joe, Florida.
Miss Hallock is a graduate of Virginia Intermont College in Bris-
tol, Virginia, where she received an Associates Degree in Fine Arts.
Mr. Zipperer attended Florida State University where he is affili-
ated with the Sigma Nu Fraternity. He is presently a member of the
United States Army stationed in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
An October wedding is planned.
Mrs. Williams Hostess were served during the evening.
The next meeting will be held
To Rebekas Club 22 on October 19.
Mrs. Eleanor Williams was host- HOSPITAL AUXILIARY GIVES
ess to Club 22 of the Rebekahs on THANKS FOR DONATIONS
September 21 at 7:30 in her home The Hospital Auxiliary offers its
at 1019 McClellan Avenue. thanks to the Jitney Jungle, Rich's
After the devotional and busi- Super Market and Piggly Wiggly
ness were concluded there was a for donation of paper bags and
delightful time 9f friendship and Buzzett's Drug Store for jewelry
fun playing bingo. Refreshments given to the Thrift Shop.
GULF CABLEVISION CO., INC.
WE ARE NOW TAKING APPLICATION FOR CONNECTION
TO GULF CABIEVISION. ANYONE INTERESTED IN THIS
SERVICE MAY SIGN UP AT GOODSON TV CENTER NEXT
TO THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE. OR PHONE 227-3251 OR
229-2321 AND A REPRESENTATIVE WILL CALL ON YOU
The First 100 Will Receive
The Rates Are
$5.00 PER MONTH FOR ONE HOUSE CONNECTION
This Will Give You Channel 3 (ABC); Channel 6 (CBS;
Channel 7 (NBC) and Channel 10 (NBC)
fE'"'NE INTERESTED IN HAVING A CONNECTION FOR A SECOND
S !: THE SAME HOUSE CAN DO SO FOR AN ADDITIONAL $2.00
PE L ONTH.
THERE WILL BE A $10.00 INSTALLATION FEE AFTER
THE FIRST 100 CONNECTIONS.
Names for the new
Mrs. Robert -- -
circles were SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR!
Sun. 2:45 "p.m.
Sat. 12:45 p.m.
Mon.-Fri. 4:45 p.m.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
Approaching Marriage of Sandra Baxley
And William Milton Chafin Is Told
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Baxley announce the engagement and approach-
ing marriage of their daughter, Sandra Diann, to William Milton
Chafin, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Milton Chafin, Sr., all of
Port St. Joe. The wedding will be an event of December 19 at 7 p. m.
in the First Baptist Church of Port St. Joe. All friends and relatives
of the couple are invited.
AlJ 0BY TBREARA JAY al
kdRHSOiN"H'AllME~N -MWIMNIO -EN1SS -HOMAS
-- DOUBLE FEATURE 7-
PRESENTED BY WARTONER BROS.
PRESENTED BY WARNER BROS.
Christ Ambassadors Bill Jones and Leroy Jones. _____
Song service was' conducted by
Have Program Meeting Leroy Jones. TH E
Prayer request was taken by GLORY
The 'Christ Ambassadors held Betty Creamer THAT
their regular meeting Friday night Quincy Hand had prayer over WAS
at 7:45 p. m. the offering. The offering was ONCE
The meeting was in charge of t. MAYAN
taken by Robert Raffield. MAYAN
Bill Jones conducted a Bible *
Drill. The members scrambled for
the verses. The one who got the 1UL BRMHIMLE
verse first stood up and read it. CEORGE CHAJIRIS
Leroy Jones had Bible Charac- SHIRLEY AnlE FIELD
ters. One member had a name pin-
ned on his back. The group gave
clues to the name on the person's
back. Everyone enjoyed this.
Mr. and Mrs. James Clinton Cox, The service was closed in prayer UNITED ARTISTS COLORA. !Ln
105 Second Street announce the by Quincy Hand. IPANAVIrION
birth of a baby girl, Cynthia Anne. The meeting next week will be
on August 20. in charge of Quincy Hand and Rob- Sunday thru W.leiois y.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McDonald ert Raffield.
Beasley of St. Joe Beach announce The age is from 13 to 35. Every- 1 M--GM presents"
the birth of a baby girl, Jody Mc- one is invited to attend. ALAWRENCE
Allen on September 22. C.A. Reporter, thePRODUCN
Mr. and Mrs. John Lucius Clen- Betty Creamer.
ney, 218 7th Street announce the UI 8ln
hirth of a daughter, Jan Maria on Wewa Church Plans
Mr. and Mrs. Frances Green Ra- Gospel Sing Program
ker, Route 1, Wewahitchka an- MllY
nounce the birth of a baby boy, The Wewahitchka Assembly of
James Edward on September 23. God will hold a gospel sing, Sun- STARRING
Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Dale Rea- day, October 4th, 1:45 p. m. CST. DEBBIE HARVE
gan, 223/2 7th Street announce All churches and singers welcome. RYN O[DS PRESN[ L
the birth of a son, Jackie Dale, Jr., Come worship God in song and ilcPARAVISIO 0CI0R
on September 25. music. Singing will be conducted
(All births occurred at the Port by the Assembly Gospel Singers of, :oy. a ,Good Movie Today!
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.). Port St. Joe, according to their I d Move Tod
+ spokesman, T. 'Cowboy" Kennedy.
-- - q101/
Chef Boy-Ar-uee, 1Y2 'Oz.
SPARE RIBS Cheese Pizza __- 49c
14 to 16 Lb. Average
12-oz. Pkg. 39s
2 Ibs. 25c
All Purpose Jonathan
APPLES --4 lb. bag 39c
CAULIFLOWER -head 29c
Fresh Ripe Bartlett
SALTINES -....-lb. box 29c
Pard 1-lb. Can
DOG FOOD ---2 for 35c
BISCUITS .-8-oz. Can 10c
COFFEE ..--...1-lb. Can 89c
Nestea Iced 17-oz. Pkg.
TEA MIX-------2 for 29c
Starlac 12 Qt. Size
INSTANT MILK .....-99
Hills Horse Meat & Gravy /
Dog Food, 14 oz., 2 for 47c
Hills Regular 15 oz.
DOG FOOD .......2 for 35c
Hills Beef & Gravy-14 oz.
Dog Food, 14 oz., 2 for 53c
Hills Special Pack
Dog Food, 14 oz., 2 for 37c
For Cooking and Salads
Wesson Oil, 24 oz. bot. 39c
Del Monte 46-ez. Can
.Pineapple-Orange Juice 47c
Minute Maid Frozen-6-oz. Can
Orange Delight ....5 for 89c
Detergent 1 lb., 4 oz.
SURF-7C Off -------26c
Detergent 15 oz.
BREEZE-5c Off --------28c
Detergent 1 lb., 6 oz.
RINSO BLUE-5c Off 28c
"ALL" -...3 lbs., 1 oz. 79c
Detergent 3 Ibs.
FLUFFY "ALL" ------81
Liquid Detergent 16 oz.
COLD WATER "ALL" 43c
Detergent 12 fl. oz.
X LIQUID .....---------------35c
Detergent 22 fl. oz.
SWAN LIQUID ----------65c
Liquid Detergent 753
WISK 32 ozH
Blue Detergent 15 oz.
Silver Dust-5c Off---30c
Fabric Softener 17 oz.
FINAL TOUCH --------- 47
Detergent 1 lb., 4 oz.
DISHWASHER "ALL" 45c
Sausage Pizza -- 59c
CAPT. JOHN'S FROZEN
DEVIL CRAB PATTIES
6 oz. Pkg. ea. 35c
With This Counpon and
S Ann Page Pure 12 oz.
I GRAPE JELLY ..-27c |
I Coupons Good Through Sunday, *
LIBBY'S YELLOW CLING HALVES
Special! None Better at Any Price! White House
SAVE 10c A & P PURE 10 Oz. Jar
INSTANT COFFEE ---$1.29
SPECIAL! JANE PARKER FRESH, CRISP
POTATO CHIPS -- '--Ib. box 49c
SPECIAL! ANN PAGE 14 Oz. Bts.
KETCHUP ------3 bottles 49c
Sa "f ly Plal flrSmI Prices in This
...cot rs a ftF Ad Are Good
A Through Sun-
day, October 4
A510 10th St.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1964
4 to 6-Lb. AVERAGE SHORT SHANK SMOKED
SWIFT'S PREMIUM M
What is a Book,?
,A.-Abook ,is a tranquilizerwor a
stimulant, depending upon who
A book is a land mine, a time
bomb, set to go off when it hits
the mind of its reader.
A book is a baby sitter that
doesn't have to be paid.
A book dropped into an eager
mind is like one of those little
Japanese magic tricks, 'a pressed
flower that opens up when you
drop it into a glass of water.
Or as Murray McCain says in, a
recent book very neatly entitled
"Books!" "A book is like an-
other room, or another town, or
another world, where someone is
waiting to speak to you."
Saint Joseph's Children's Li-
brary, located on Eighth Street, of-
fers a wide selection of books to
children of all ages. The library is
open on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
.Fridays from 4 to 5 p. m.
"Sung Under the Silver Um-
brella," Grades 1-3. Poems for
young children, selected by the
Literature Committee of the Asso-
ciation for Childhood Education.
An appealing collection of over
200 poems for younger children,
selected because children them-
selves have liked them. Arranged
by broad subjects, here are poems
about animals, flowers, toys, sea-
sons, fairies, Indians, and other
"Hawaii, the Aloha State,"
Grades 4-6. The story of our fif-
tieth state is told from the earliest
history of the islands to the pres-
ent day. Holidays and customs are
described, and there is a section on
the pronunciation of Hawaiian
words. Excellent photographs and
line-cuts give a vivid impression of
this beauty spot of the Pacific.
"How Music Grew: From Prehis-
toric Times to the Present Day,"
Grades 7-8. A history of music
ranging from prehistoric to pres-
ent times, this volume discusses
the nature and development of
music, musicians of various periods
and music in America of the 20th
century. Recommended as an aid
to a basic appreciation of music as
an important part of life.
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
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Seafood Festival 'Day ings, concessions, and many other
Planned for Apalach entertaining features. Terminating
the day's events is the "Grand Sea-
Sponsored by nine city and coun- food Festival Ball," semi-formal af-
ty organizations, headed by the fair, held in Fort Coombs armory,
Apalachicola Chamber of Corn- at 9 p. m., with good music.
merce, "Seafood Festival Day" will Seafood Festival committees,
be staged Saturday, November formed from all nine sponsor*g
14th, this year, in Bayside Battery organizations ,are preparing for
Park, Apalachicola, Florida. thousands of visitors from other
Festivities beginning at 9:30 a. parts of Florida and many other
m., EST, with band parade and states.
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evening by aviation fly-in, public long range to enable those inter-
speaking, free seafood dinner, ested to mark their calendar and
tours of land and water, prize draw- make plans.
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ETHEL GAY, ROBERT WILLIAMS and DORENE SPEARS, Extras
Boyles Hits the Campaign Trail for
Mr. and Mrs. Shopper, Bombing Prices!
See Page 5 and 6 for Complete Details!
Dear Friends: -
Here's ,another question from a -
readere inGeorgia "Do you know
about pure sourwood honey? Will
send you a sample upon request-
P. H." Well, dear reader, we have
the famous Tupelo honey right
here in Gulf County, one of the
two areas (according to our infor I .
nation) in this country that grows ',"
the rare tupelo tree from which you
the industrious bee extracts his l Wo
nectar. This Florida honey never
sugars and (I am told) that diabe-
tics can enjoy this sweet and de-
lightful product without unfavor-
able repercusisons. Yes. P.H., we Z: :
have heard of sourwood honey. We '' ''' .
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vided it measures up to our own
Tupelo. Your itnerest and gener I
ous gesture is acknowledged and
My friends, it is strange that
questions and inquiries so far have
come from out of the state. Do you
have no questions Or, is it the old William Howard Fite
adage partially quoted below: "A
Tattler is without honor in his William H. Fite
own city". Thanks anyway, you've
been mighty swell to we-uns! Eu 1o At Sof -
Inasmuch as we've splashed our I, sSI rl. cf
Fall '64 Campaign Sale over a cou-
ple of pages we'll curtail this .William Howard Fite is among
I week'sTattle, most of which would the 786 students from 37 states and
no doubt be-meatless, anyway! ,.five foreign countries who have
There's .real meat in this here registered at the University of the
Selling Campaign mentioned above! ISouth's College of Arts "ad S. -
Men, there'll be some wettish wea-
ther in October In fact, from ences for the current academic
now on. Boyles will protect your year. This enrollment ,the largest
feet with light-weight, easy to put in the 107-year history of the
on overshoe made by Keds. There's school, reflects the policy of add-
also rain suits, rain hats, lace and ing gradually to the student body
slip-on rubber boots good de- until the number reaches 1,500 in
fense for winter colds and blows! about ten years. A cut-off to two
And don't neglect to check colleges sharing major resources
Boyles National Made-to-your-mea- is contemplated when a feasible
sure Fall and Winter Samples. Ov- point is reached-.
er 300 patterns including the new Seventy-four men entered the
stretch fabrics. G. Boyles guaran- School of Theology.
tees a satisfying fit. Prices are mo- Returning students will find
derate, starting at $52.50. In the some changes on the 10,000 acre
event you have difficulty getting forested mountain top domain of
time during the days, call Glenn the university, which is owned and
Boyles, 227-4261 or 648-4600 for operated by 21 Southern dioceses
evening appointment. We'll do the of the Episcopal Church.
job leisurely with no interruptions. The Universty of the South was
We also make most any kind of uni- one of 21 liberal arts colleges
form you may desire for men throughout the country to receive
and women. We believe you'll take incentive grants from the Ford
advantage of this personal service Foundation designed "to advance
which will add up to quite a, say- the development of selected private
ings when you buy it at home! institutions of higher education as
Thank you!I national and regional centers of
Suggest you keep a close eye on excellence." Sewanee was awarded
Boyles this month. Our goal is a the maximum grant, $2,500,000,
25% increase. There'll be many provided it raised .$7,500,000 by
happy surprises. S'long. RGB Sept. 1, 1965.
A Book Is Everything That is Good
For Development of Young Minds
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At A & P
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We Welcome Out-of-Town
SWIFT BaBy ee Specials GRAIN
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E $0 Total Cost
FREE! I$30 to $35
Bln QI Bi lb 6119 Bra ^ ^^
b BEEF. 99C
NO. 7 STEAK
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CUBE MINUTE STEAK lb. 89c
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GEORGIA GRADE 'A'
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1964 Know Your
GULF CO. LADIES LEAGUE game of 164.
Comforter's won three games Glidden got off on the wrong
from St. Joe Laundry last week on foot and lost all four games to St.
lanes 1 and 2. Elise Rogers bowled Joe Furniture. Evelyn Smith had
a 441 series with games of 150, high series for St. Joe Furniture
144 and 147. Maxine Jensen had a with a 461. She had games of 147,
427. Brenda Perry led the Laundry 163 and 151. Good bowling, Eve-
with a 392. Palmer Jean Lee and lyn. Mary Brown had a 434. What
Punk Daughtry both had scores of happened to Wynell Burke this
379. week? Dern if I know! Jean Staufer
Florida National Bank and 13 had a 390 for Glidden and Julia
Mile met on lanes .3 and 4 with the Morris rolled a 369.
Bank winning three-games. Norma Team Standings W. L.
Hobbs led .the victors with a 456
series. This included game's of 148,
148, and 160. Pretty good for a girl
who carries a 126' average. Real
good, I mean. Connie Kirkland had
a 402 with a.high game of 162.
Dana Rose led 13 Mile with a 426
and games of 140, 139 and 147. Bil-
lie Padgett rolled a 368. Omie Rose
had a 142 game. Donna Ward
picked up four splits, but other-
wise, added no help.
Nedley's won three games from
Faye's Grill on lines 5 and 6. Jo
Brown rolled a 342 and Charlotte
Nedley added a 307. Ruby Lucas
was high bowler for Faye's with
a 397. Zela Adams was close be-
hind with a 396. She(f t a single
St.- Joe Furniture ------ 9% 6
Flirb'da Bank ____---------10 6
Comforter's 9Y 6%Y
13 Mile 9 7
Glidden 7 9
Faye's 7. 9
Nedley's 6 10
St. Joe Laundry ------- 6 10
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Highway construction in Florida
is *t its highest peak in history.
It must remain at such a peak for
a. great many years if we are to
meet the increasing demands for
rapid, safe travel.
It takes land and the improve-
ments on it to provide the right
of way for all these highways. Your
property-either in its entirety or
in part-may one day be needed.
The people, through their elect-
ed representatives, have given the
State Road Board permission to ac-
quire property for the construc-
tion of highways. The selected sites
are based on recommendations
from* the State Road Department.
In most cases an agreement is
reached between the property
owner and the State, but if you feel
the State's offer is unfair, you have
the right to refuse the amount of-
In such a case, the next step is
for the Road Department to initiate
a. condemnation suit and thus let
the courts decide on the fair sale
price for your home or property.
You as the property owner can
hire an appraiser and have him es-
tablish a figure you feel is a fair
The court, in a trial by jury, then
will listen to all pertinent facts in
the case relative to the value of
your property, including a review
of all the appraisals that have been
The final decision as to what
price you will receive for your
property is made by the jury.
Several routes are considered in The highwayma may be a super-
the careful process of selecting a expressway with six or eight lanes
highway route. Included in the de- on Florida's 1,158-mile portion of
cision is a detailed evaluation of the National System of Interstate
construction costs, economic value Highways. It may be a four lane
to the State, the immediate areas facility on the State system of pri-
affected and the type of terrain niary highways. It could have only
over which the proposed highway two lanes, although emphasis is
will be built, now on the wider, safer, multi-line
At all times, however, the en- highways.
gineers and planners are aware of ;If Florida is to have the kind of
the effect this route may have on highway system that it must have,
homes and businesses and other long planning, great cost, and some
activities in the vicinity, inconvenience is a 'natural product.
If you should look out your win- We are determined to build that
dow some morning and see a sur- kind of highway system.
vey party busy at work, they are
probably only conducting a pre- f
limin'ary survey to help determine PfC. S. A. Powell
which route will be the-most feas-
ible for some future highway. They In | ermany
may be only checking a reference
point for a highway many miles Seventh U. S. Army, Germany
from your property. (AHTNC)-Pfc. Samuel A. Powell,
If your property is definitely on whose wife, Toni, lives on Star
the route selected for a.new high- Route 3, Port St. Joe, Fla., and
way, you will be contacted by an other members of the Seventh U.
independent appraiser who is not S. Army, are participating in Exer-
a regular employee of the State cise Falley 64, an eight-day NATO
Road Department but has been spe- directed and controlled training
cifically. hired to appraise all of exercise in Germany, ending Sept.
the property in the area.28
Later another appraiser-a State The bi-annual exercise is design-
Road Department employee-may ed to test and evaluate coordina-
come by to check the original ap- tion procedures and command
praisal. This second check offers communications within the North
double protection to the property Atlantic Treaty Organization mili-
owner and the State to assure that tar structure in Europe. Orders
thd property has received a fair and communications between head-
and impartial appraisal. ;. .quarters command posts and the
Only men.of the highest integrity disemination of information, to
-qualified by education, training ,l.er headquarters are being
. nd. experience-ae employed as stressed to insure maximum -.pro-
appraisers anld these men make ficiency during the training eer
their final .decisions based on a cise.
thorough inspection of your prop- Powell, a military policeman in
arty, a comparison with similar Company B, 385th Military Police
properties in the area which have Battalion in Germany, entered the
been sold recently, a determination Army in March 1963. He completed
and consideration of the replace- basic training at Fort Polk, La.,
ment cost. of your home and con- was last stationed at Fort Gordon,
sideration of its income producing Ga., and arrived overseas in Aug-
potential. ust 1963.
The Internal Revenue Depart- The 22-year-old soldier, whose
ment recognizes that the sale of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claiborne
property to the State for public p Mr n Mr Ca i bo r
purposes as involuntary conver- graduate of Marianna High Sch ool.
sion." In such cases ,it is not nec- attended Jones County Jr. Col-
essary ta pay income tax or capital He attended Jones County Jr. Col-
gains tax on your profit--provided lege, Ellisville, Miss.
that the money you receive is re- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
invested in. similar property within COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
I ALYCE G. ASKENASY,
/'eg a" deceased.
L e g a l NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY
N o'ficeS Notice is hereby given that I
O S .have filed my final returns as Ad-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, ministrator of the Estate of Alyce
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. G. Askenasy, deceased; that I have
IN CHANCERY. filed my petition for final dis-
PEARL CHUMNEY, charge, and that I will apply to the
Plaintiff, Honorable Sam P. Husband, County
vs. Judge in Gulf County, Florida, on
THOMAS J. CHUMNEY, October 28, 1964, for approval of
Defendant. the same and for final discharge
DIVORCE as Administrator of the Estate of
NOTICE TO: THOMAS J. CHUM- Alyce G. Askenasy, deceased.
NEY, whose place of residence This the 24th day of September,
and post office address is un- A. D., 1964.
known: /s/ SILAS R. STONE
On or before the 26th day of Administrator of the
October, A.D., 1964, the defendant, Estate of Alyce G. Aske-
Thomas J. Chumney, is required to nasy, deceased. 4t-9-24
serve upon Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address REGISTRATION OF FICTITIOUS
is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, NAMES
Florida, a copy of and file with the We the undersigned, being duly
Clerk of said Court, the original sworn, do hereby declare under
of an answer to the Bill of Corn- oath that the names of all persons
plaint filed against him herein, interested in the business or pro-
WITNESS my hand and official fession carried on under the name
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka, of HANNON INSURANCE AGEN-
Gulf County, Florida ,this 11th day CY, at 221 Reid Avenue, Port St.
of September, A.D., 1964. Joe, Florida, and the extent of the
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE, interest of each, is as follows:
Clerk, Circuit Court Frank Hannon, 100%.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-9-174t-9-24 /s/ FRANK HANNON
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Social Security Aids
In Retirement Plan
e "Retirement" is not a new word.
- In recent years ,however, it's a
word that has been used more
often than before. The dictionary
defines "retirement" as a with-
t drawing from active service. It
does not say it is a withdrawing
from all services. As pointed out
by John V. Carey, District Manager
of the Panama City Social Security
Office, neither does Social Secur-
ity require a person to stop work
completely to get monthly pay-
Carey said, "There are many
people past 62 who are still work-
ing. In many cases, they could draw
some, if not all, of their Social Se-
curity payments while they con-
tinue to work." Carey advised men
as wel las women to take time to
get the facts. A delay could cost
money. He explained that payments
may be made each month if annual
earnings are no more than $1,200
a year. For those who earn more
than $1,200 a year, $1 in benefits
i will be held back for every $2 of
p mornings between $1,200 and
$1.700. For earnings over $1,700,
on, dollar in benefits will be with-
-held fo reach dollar earned. The
district manager said, "Payments
I can be made for any month th-
!worker does not earn more than
$100 and is not actively working
in self-employment. When a per-
son is 72, checks can be paid not
matter how much he earns." Carey
stated that in recent months, many
people in this area have been ask-
ing about their right to Social Se-
curity payments. Quite a few have
found they could get some pay-
ments and keep working 'at their
jobs. He believes there are others
that haven't yet taken tim to check
into this. He suggested that these
people write for booklet OASI-23c.
It's free and explains why you may
not have to retire to get Social
For more information write or
visit the Social Security office at
1135 Harrison Avenue, Panama
City, (telephone 763-5331). A repre-
sentative of this office visits Port
St. Joe every other Thursday. He
is at the City Hall from '10:30 A.
M. to 12 Noon.
"e Star Brings News of Your Neighbors
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .............. 6:15 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:45 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
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
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister
Methodist Youth Fellowship
Bible Study (Wednesday)
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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ..... 5:00 P.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNO .-...--. 6:15 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .._ 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1964
Published Ev,'y Thursday At 306 Willians 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 Department
DIAL'227-3161 PosToFFICE Box 308
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
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TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves able for damage further than amount received for ub
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word Ih' thoughttfl"
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughlyo
irces. The spoken word is lost; th3 printed word remains.
We think that the decision of the County Commission
to go-to court and condemn the City Park property for a
location for the new Gulf County Courthouse was a little
hasty. It has been four months since the vote was cast re-
locating the County Seat to Port St. Joe and some three
months since the County began to seek a site for the location.
It must be remenibered that it took eight months to bring
the question of whether or not to move the County Seat to
a vote, and even then haste caused the vote to be delayed
to the second primary election since all portions of the law
were not complied with in an attempt to decide the question
during the first primary. Haste makes for decisions that we
may regret later on.
f INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE ii was t titiounced by Jamies Cafii&-
The league standings were sha- Burleson Receives ron, secretary of the Winn-Dixie
keni up for the fourth week in a Stores Foundation.
row. Paper Mill climbed into a tie Colleq Scholarshin Mr. Burleson, who will attend
LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE for themselves Monday night. St. for first place at the expense of ... ... .r Baylor University, is one of 62 de-
Lanes 1 and 2 saw Amison's and Joe Bowling Lanes and Team No. Box Plant. Meter Shop knocked Howard Emory Burlesop, son of serving students throughout the
Rich's bowling with Amison's win. 3 split two points apiece on lanes Millwrights from on top and grab- Mrs. Dolly W. Burleson and a gra- South who have received scholar-
ning four games. Bowling high for one and two. bed a share of the lead themselves. date of Port St. Joe High School ships for the 1964-65 college year.
Amison's was Lois Smith with a Wayne Smith had a fine series Laboratory dealt Glidden another: The individual awards of $375
521 series. Gloria Morgan was high for the Lane boys. His score was blow and Pulp.Mill took it on the has been awarded a college schol- per year for one to four years are
for Rich's with a 376 series. 536. Pizza helped considerably with chin from Maintenance. warship by Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc., based on scholastic achievement,
On lanes 3 and 4 was Team 8 and a 491 series. Fead Ethridge shot a 508 and merit, leadership potential and the
Whitfield's Strikers, with Strikers Franky Scott had a 466 series To mThornton a 494 to lead Paper u u desire for educational advance-
bowled high for Team 8 with a 476 for Team No. 3. over Box Plant. Norris Daniels Thornton Named ment.
taking all four games. Mary Brown: Michigan Chemical and the Il- rolled a 490 to lead Box Plant.
series and Jerry Freeman was high legitimates also split the points on Jim Williams at 509 and Strick PCE I r L
for the Strikers with a 485 series. lanes three and four. Strickl and at 503 set the pace -Sgoit,. Steplhenss
On lanes 5 and 6 was Jitney Jun- Grady Dean had a 536 series and for Meter Shop. Barney McCroan David M. Thornton has been F
gle and Pate's, splitting two and Munn finished with a 483, for did his share for Millwrights with named division engineer for the 'Finishes Course
two. Evelyn Smith bowled high Michigan Chemical. a 557. Northern Division Monticello) of.
for Jitney Jungle with a 395 series Billy Joe Richards and Jim' J. C. McArdle, Tom Parker and Florida Power Corporation replac- FORT BELVOIR, Va. (AHTNC)-
and Mary Alice Lyons was high Faught didn't give up the points Keith Ward all turned in a superb ing B. L. Griffin who has been Air Force Staff Sergeant John W.
for Pate's with a 361 series, easily as both of them bowled well performance in Laboratory's sweep transferred to St. Petersburg, an- Stephens, 26, son of Alto C. Steph-
On lanes 7 and 8 was West Flor- with series of 520 and 516. of Glidden. Glidden's Bob Stores nounced Division Manager R. W. ens, 1604 Garrison Ave., Port St.
idaOnGasand7 Beaman's, with West Vitro took three points to 13 shot a 475 but' received no back- Norman. Thornton had been an en Joe, Fla., 'completed an Army nu-
Fida Gas thr and a Mile's one point on lanes five and ing from his mates. gineer in the division engineering clear power plant operator course
hFlorida Gas winning thor West six. What with three men over the, Al Jensen and Grady Dean com- department. He joined the com- at the Army Engineer School, Fort
haf games. Bowling high for West 500 mark, they were a hard team bined to put one of the worst whip- pany in 1959 as an associate en- Belvoir, Va., Sept. 24.
Florida Gas was Alice Machen with to handle. Randy McClain bowled plings on Pulp Mill that they have gineer at Apalachicola and was pro-
a 413 series, and Zela Adams was a 538 series, Ruel Whitehurst had, ever suffered. Al and Grady both moted to engineer in 1962. He is a During the course Sergeant
high for Beamans with a 426 se-a518 and Danny Maddox turned rolled a 524 series. Joe Davis led, native of Beckley, West Virginia, Stephens received instruction in
ries. in a 501. I Pulp with a 523. I and was graduated from West Vir- the theory, operation and mainten-
Standings W. L. Joe Davis had a fine series of Leo Shealy showed signs of bril- ginia University with a degree in. dance of nuclear power plants.
Amison's 12 0 537 for 13 Mile. None of the other liabce before slumping off in the electrical engineering. He is a The, sergeant entered the Air
Strikers 8 4 members could muster up a 500 final stanza. I registered professional engineer in Force in July 1959.
,West Florida Gas ------ 6% 5% series to give Joe any help. Standings W L the State of Florida.
Jitney Jungle ---------- 6 6 Meter Shop 14 6 A 1956 graduate of Port St. Joe
. Pate's Shell Service-- 6 6 Team standings: W. L. Paper Mill 14 6 Thornton is a member of the High School, Sergeant Stephens at-
Rich's 5 7 Vitro 8 4 Maintenance 11 9 Florida Engineering Society, the tended the University of Florida,
" Team 8 4 8 13 Mile 6 6 Millwrights 11 9 Institute of Electrical and Elec-I Gainesville. He is a member of Al-
Beaman's W 11 Michigan Chemical _-- __-6 6 Laboratory 10 10 tronic Engineers, is active in Mon-! pha Tou Omega fraternity. His
St. Joe Bowling Lanes .---6 6 Box Plant 8 12 ticello Boy Scout affairs and is a mother, Mrs. Nadine E. Stephens,
MERCHANT'S LEAGUE Illegitimates 5 7 Pulp Mill 8 12 member of. the First Methodist lives at 106 Prospect Ave.; Winter
All the teams won a game or two Team No. 3 4 8 Glidden 4 16 Church of Monticello. Haven.
Personally we do not believe the Court House should be
put in the park site, for this reason. This portion of Flor-
ida has the only water front property available for use in
the United States (From Pensacola to Tampa) and we think
the prospect of taking valuable waterfront property located
inside the city limits off the availability list should be more
than thoughtfully weighed. We firmly believe that this
valuable property should not be used to satisfy personal
whims or desires, but should be used to the best advantage of
the City and the County.
Then, too, the County Board should give the owners of
the property time to decide on the matter and contact the
County Board. This is a valuable piece of property. The
decision to put it to some" use cannot be made overnight.
And then there is the fact that the owners have not had a
Board of Directors meeting since the search for a Court
House location began, and this property cannot be given or
sold to anybody without thought and consideration. We are
talking about $250,000 worth of property on the present
market value of property along Monument Avenue, disregard-
ing the added value of waterfront property.
As the condemnation proceedings have been explained
to us by several who should know, the county will have to
pay a fair market price for the property, in all probability.
This would make property for the County Court House cost
nearly as much as the building., Cost should enter into the
decision as well as the location of the building.
And then we must look at the direction that Port St.
Joe must expand. It must expand along Highway 71. There
is no other direction to go. This will. place the Court House
on the outskirts of the business district when it should be in
the middle of the business district as nearly as possible.
And there is the fact too, that the property owner will
not take a condemnation proceeding in a kindly manner. We
wouldn't, if we owned the property. We think a much more
feasible property deal could be worked out without the con-
Probably the County Board has thought of these things
. we don't know. But in light of these things we think
it would be a move in good faith on the part of the Commis-
sion to take cautious steps toward property acquisition .
drop their condemnation proceedings and continue to nego-
tiate for a Court House site.
There is the' distinct possibility that the fact that it is
known that the County Board will resort to condemnation
proceedings, if necessary, will serve the Board to a good stead
in bargaining. They have demonstrated that they will do
this thing by their action and we believe that if the proceed-
ings were recalled their bargaining power would not be
lessened, b'ut'would 'be strengthened.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1964 'Rotary Club Hears Steam
F irs tBill Morris of the Lykes Steam-
ship Company presented the pro-
y Su EA eo s lgram to the Rotary Club last Thurs-
Begins Saturday Noon
B sO A a1 1u I Nlm ,.,0,. of the Gulf of Mexico cargo carrier
S. : dating back to its beginning during
*N otes' '... theSpanish-American War. ThV
Florida's dove hunters will take ie anis perins Th
line began its operations by .hi
to the field at 12:00 noon Satur- pilingg cattle to Cuba during the &
day, October 3, when the first phase By CUBIE LAIRD, un to feed the starving ration. The
of the 1964 migratory dove hunt- line caters to Gulf of Mexico ports
ing season opens in 63 counties, ac- 4-H Club Week September 26- Savannah and Jacksonville.
cording to A. D. Aldrich, director,. October 3, 1964. The line now has 2 ewcargo
G enFsW eFh o l.$ .:'= l II "l ...... W ashin onctoe 3, 1964. tThe line now has 21,nw cargo
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- About 47,000 4-H Club members carriers in operation and haS 12
Famir.W dtds in times of mission. in Florida will observe National larger ships on order. The line op-
illness. Hw relieved you are to Hunting will be allowed every 4H Club Week, September 26 to rates American-built ships under .
know t nlioctor eishere day from 12:00 noon until sunset b October 3. W. W. Brown, State 4-H the American flag.
dayte w fm 1 0 noon ui sunafor Yst Club Leader, said the head-heart- Morris said that ever^ trading
give yoler. option and you through November 8 in most coun- Organized r ar hands health youth are among 2 nation needed a mer r mi
.-will h~ p t"phaimacist. ties. Counties in which first-phase million mmebers in urban, su- to insure a source of tiansprt ur
We know how important that "dove hunting will not be allowed The Playmakers DradaGlI'C lu of urban and rural areas through- ing troubled times as wells peace.
piece of paper 1 to yo. So, are Brevard, Flagler, Volusia and I Washington High School nut and out the United States and Puerto Ie said the entire U S shippin
it gets tpp priority in this St. Johns. and that portion of Sum- organized for the schor t erm, Rico. The 1964 theme is "4-H family -is rebuilding its merchant
Rexall o6rgorek We want the ter County north of State Road 48; -1964-65 Wednesday, Septeinb,- Learning for Living." marine into the biggest, fastest
sick^ ^ t0,,'"o0: Weo s have .. ... '-*6em marine into the biggest, fastest and'
sick t ,trl 'loo. We hve that portion of Putnam County east The purpose of the i Dr. M. 0. Watkins, Director of best fleet on the oceans.
loved'otes d' know just how of the St. Johns River and Alliga- The ppose of the :i th Agricultural Extension Service, Guests of the clb -werPau
y.ueeL i" tortPointEinSFranklin for the election of new .f"4esof
Te e tor Point in Franklin County.f o l owin o n fieer' s said "4H Club Week is a time Groom of Wewahitchka, B c
Dove hunters will be allowed The following oier- .e when all Floridians can take stock Chatincey and Bill Buzzett of Apa-
YOUR DRUG STORE a daily bag I'imit of 12 with a to- elected: ,, of the value of our youth programs lachicola, Ken Shutts of .Jacks-on-
ta! possession limit of 24. Hunt r. Homer Bradh'
'tal possession valmit of 24 Hunt-ing Mr. Homer Bradha--Senior, to the state and the need which ville, Bill Allstetter o Por't Stl.
ers must possess valid huntng Presdent; Miss nnie L. Ine, 4-H fills in meeting the problems' Joe, Dr. Elsea of Denver, Co"'ra-
licenses, avialable from all coun- Senior, Secretary; Mr. Clvln Pry- of our young people. The Florida do, Ensign Leonard Costin of Puer-
BUZzeOt'S Drug Store ty judges. Shotguns must be plug- or, Jumor, Vice-PiI .sir, .A1i,. Agricultural Extension Service is to Rico and Norton Kilbourn and
'rive-n Winclow Service Sed to three-shell capacity, and Delores Breedlove, Seliorl AiSLA. proud of its record of 50 years' Charles Thomas, students of Port
ve-n Winaow m svie rifles are prohibited for taking and Secretary; Miss Rosa L Du. work with Florida youth. The many St. Joe High School.
317 Williams Ave migratory birds. Duck stamps are FIRE PREVENTION WEEK PROCLAIMED-Governor Farris Bryant n'i s, Senior, Editor; Miss L.-tiAr thousands of boys and girls who
Free Parking not required for taking doves, is seen signing the proclamation which designates Oct. 4-10 as Fire ine Williams, Junior, Assistant Edi- have benefitted from this program skills. As we look to the future we
but will be, required to take Prevention Week in Florida, while State Treasurer and Fire Marshal tor; Mr. Charles McNair, .Senior, throughout these years are a liv- must analyze carefully the needs
ducks and geese when the water- J. Edwin Larson looks on. Bryant urged all Floridians to join with fire Business Manager. ing testimony to the value of 4-H. and problems which the resent
fowl season opens, prevention activities in an effort to reduce the State's toll in lives The members of the Editor's It has equipped our young people and future generations will be fac-
Hunting licenses are available and property loss through fire. Almost 11,500 Americans will die in staff are: with training that has helped them ing. All of us have an obligationto
King Says Carver in Port St. Joe at the office of fires in 1964, present statistics indicate. Miss Annie L. Coachman, Sopho- become useful citizens, concern ourselves with building.
Earl Tom Pridgeon on Williams more; Mr. Jimmie L. Hopps, 'Sen- "4-H has helped them acquire programs, including 4-H, which will
High n Sad Shape Avenue and at Aubrey Tomlin- rnor Bryant Proclaims October ior; Miss Odessa Brown, Senior;Mi agricultural and homemaking meet these needs."
(son's Gulf Service Station on Miss Mary F. Garland, Junior; Miss
(Continued From Page 1) Highway 98. 10 A P DM We Jacquline Jackson, Junior.
King said that the State Depart- Aldrich gaid "thcre will be 4 thrU 10 F re Prevention veek There are approximately 45
ment of Education recommends strict Datrolling on early dove and members i nthe Drama Club. The ..
building four new classrooms at marsh hen shooting by both state TALLAHASSEE (Special)-Gov- club was organized to give each
Sand federal law enforcement offl- erpaor Farris Bryant joined with CUb Scout M e student an opportunity to develop
-Carver (two of which: o -bers to see that ll regulations are Florida fire fhter thi week in what talents and abilities he may
ing designed) and that grades sev- enforced. We urge all hunters to claiming Oct. 4-10 as state Fire N h iav to his highest potential. For
en through 12 be transferred to abide by all hunting regulations Prevention Week, and in urging an 1 four years members of Washington
Washington High. and to hunt safely at all times. Prevention Week, and in urging. .
all-out effort to curb flamingg Monday, September 27, took the High School have been attending
Guests of the club were Max Hunters should remember that tragedies" in this State. form of a carnival. Each Den cre- the state drama festivals which
Kilbourn andEldride ne and whenthey hunt on they are guests. nds of The Governor said almost 11,- ted and made two games to be have been great stimulants in help-
Key Clubbers Norton K urn and another person, they are guests. 500 Americans will diein fires this yed by all. There were missiles ing students improve their abilities
Bill Versiga. Respect the owner's rights andyear with at least six times that to the planets, bean bag tosses, in speaking and dramatizing. A R 0 UND FACE ?
property.. Good manners keep number suffering painful and ofen horseshoes, a witer pistol shoot, a The club was organized under
Dier u b Ta k down posters which keep you out." disfiguring injuries ring toss, balloon darts and more. the leadership of our sponsor, Miss ,
DiVerS CluIb Takes He pointed out that October 9 Points were kept and the gold Whigham. In this meeting Miss A high, frothy hair-do
Sm marks th'e 93rd anniversary of the medal went to Danny Baxley with Whigham acted as temporary chair- d'es wonders! Let our
rip ACroSS Bayissionary film great Chicago fire in which 200' 40 points. The best bean jar guess man, and Miss Linda Daniels, a sen- trained stylists show you
Trip Across Bay rsons died and more than $170 was made by Danny Etheridge. ,ior served as secretary. However, how carefully contoured
SS i llns in property was de. The Cubs have organized five all officers are to take their po- coiffures with sides kept
6n aturdah y night, Septemberchoolh .- millsrioyens dens of 38 boys this year under the tions in the next meeting and very close, such as the
Divers Club made a trip across the It will be your privilege to hear State Treasurer and Fire Marshal leadership of Cubmaster Bill serve throughout thclub m embers willm. The hair do pictured c a nlovier
iverSbay to Eagle maeHarbor Therewere Rev. Leonard J. Buyse, a man with Edwin Larson joined with the uaresrama club members will meet make you look lover
11 boys attending the outing. There 40 years of missionary experience Governor in urging complete co- Lawrence Bowen, and Secretary-each Friday, once a week at 3:20 than ever!
were also four adults present: with the African Inland Mission in operation with local fighterTreasurer Mrs. Jean Atchison. m.ms to be ready for
James Yadon, sponsor of the club; what was former the Belgian groups, and in the application of The Den Mothers are: Den 1, Everyo ne s eems to be re ady for 27-76
Tony Barbee, Co-sponsor and two Congo. Recently the American em- "commonsense safety precautions Mrs. Paul Blount; Den 2, Mrs. many new and interesting advent
guests, Temple WaCospon and Jerry bassy advised all missionaries to to reduce the dangers of the fire Charles Smith; Den 3, Mrs. Fead tures. Our hats are off to our
gStrobel. WtoanJerleave this strife-torn country now caused by carelessness and thought- I Etheridge and Mrs. LaVelle; Den sponsor and principal for exciting
The trip was made on the "South- known as the Republic of Congo. : lessness." 4, Mrs. George MLawhon;am, Sponsor. We have added a Massageuniqueactivies.
wind", a 26 foot boat owned by A 16 mm. colored movie will bel Larson said "fires affect every- Mrs. Bob Kennedy. The Rotary Miss Annetta. William, S Prin Lounge for the conven-
Bill Hutchings and two smaller shown depicting the mission work one. When a fire caused by care- Club sponsors the Pack and fur- Mr. Edward G. Williams, Prin. iLounge for customersn-
boats owned by Mr. Yadon and there. This service will be held at lessness burns a business, a home, nish refreshments for the Pack B
hol the Port St. Joe High School audi-ior a forest, you lose because your meetings, Bass; Golden Arrow Point, John.
The group returned wet and torium at 7:30 p. m., Sunday eve-,fire insurance rates will ultimate- Awards Monday night were: Bob- Paul Blount; Silver Arrow Point, I
tired Sunday morning. Everyone hingd.The public is welcome to ly reflect the higher costs in- cat, Clinton Mooreand George Mc- John Paul Blount. S eautyop
and plan ilar trip lsoon. "-- "The financial loss is often de- Bear, Marshall Nelson; Denner, Den 3 and a good time was had Corner Monument Avenue and Fourth Street
he club has made matny plans Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ford visited vaStating Bobby Jordan; Asst. Denner, Steve by all.
n... -et a eelknd in Pensacola with Mr.--
for the coming year. It is now De-
ginning a course in diving and div-
ing safety instructed by two pro-
fessional divers from Panama City.
A large compressor has been pur-
chased by the club for filling div-
ing tanks. Non-members may have
their tanks filled for a small fee.
Along with these activities, the
club is hoping to have all of its
members take part in the Red Cross
Life Saving Program.
The club members are presently
engaged in the construction of un-
derwater lights that are ideal for
floundering or just as a waterproof
'light. Interested persons may con-
tact Mr. Yadon for more informa-
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The conferences are also plan- 19.95
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The conference is scheduled for Phone 227-4081 228 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe on November 6.
FOR SAUCE FOR SALE: Beautiful old brick ROOM FOR RENT: Call John W. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot- WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 1t
Three bedroom, frame house home, 1800 sq. ft. livin area, Brown. Phone 227-8541. tfc-7-16 stage with large porch. On St. TE AMERcond CAN LEGIONurth eet-
with oak flors near Grammar double carport with workshop and ---- Joe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone ing second and fourth %,-odxf.
with oak os n00 down, Total utility storeroom. Lot 100' 200 FOR RENT or SALE: By owner, 3 648-3472. tfc-7-16 nights, 8:00 p.m. American Leglun
price $8500.00. FHA financing, landscaped front and back, 75' con- bedroom masonry home. Located .1Home.
Two m house on Long cretedriveway. Central air condi- on Marvin Ave.Phone227-2336.tc FOR RENT: Garage apartment, HELP WANTED: Man over 24, va
Avenue. $200 down. Total price, tioning and heating. Paneled kit- FOR RENT; First floor 2 bedroom furnished. $50.00 a month. No cancy in Gulf County or Port St.
$6,000.00. financing. chen with built-in cabinets, oven- unfurnished apartment. 228% utilities furnished. 1015 Monument Joe for Rawleigh dealer. Full time
'ThreWbbedroom masonry house range, refrigerator-freezer, garbage 7th St. Phone 227-7761. tfc-6-11 Avenue. Call B. C. Gaillard 227, preferred. Will consider ambitious
wilt V 'baths, large walk-in clos- disposal, and dinette table. Wall to 7396, 1009 Mon. Ave. tfc-7,30 part-timer. Many new earning $3 -
et. tty owner's equity and assume wall carpeting and wall to wall, FOR RENT: House at 214 7th St. per hour and up. Write Rfawleigh,
e~gtlhg VA mortgage. floor to ceiling drapes in living $40.00 month. Call 227-7846. 4t FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- FA I 100 1170, Memphis, Ten. 6p
,-FRANK HANNON room area. Three bedrooms, large ment. Couple only. 1621 Monu-
RegistereANK Estate Broker paneled Florida room, living room FOR RENT: Furnished apartment ment Ave P one 227-764or227- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Me"t
Registered Real Estate Broker and dining room. Cedar lined dclo- for adults only. Also 3 bedroom 3201. tfe every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
Phone 227-3491 211 Reid Ave. sets. Pole mounted Channel Master unfurnished house. Call 229-1351.. e pry ose. anes mth P pr
antenna with rotor and controls. r 3bdo' Pirish House, o 3 q n r
antenna with rotor and controls. FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished FOR RENT: Furnished three room Joe. Fia Phone 229-, 44 to
Ave. Unfurnished 2 bedroom Park in the loveliest residential apartment. 1505 Monument Ave- apartment house. Living bed-fuhrinformation or wrte.
house. Den, living room, dining area of Port St. Joe, 109 Allen Me- nue. Phone 227-7421. tfc-10-1 room, kitchen and bath. Located h- ,her information or wrte P. 0.
room. 1250 sq. ft. living area. See morial Way. Phone 229-2771. $26,- FOR RENT: Furnished brick home.1317 Long Ave. Call 229-3701. 535.
Bob Ellzey or call 227-4611. Avail- 600. Would consider trade. Large living room with fire place, FOR RENT: House trailer 10x45, WOOD WORKS- Screen doors,
able Sept. 1. dinin room, two large bedrooms 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Located St. picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
able SeOR SALE: Why pay 20 to 25 yrs. and garage. 1031 Long Ave. J. A. Joe Beach. Water furnished. $50.00 sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
:OR SALE: 4 bedroom house on on a home when $700.00 down Mira. 648-4128 or 227-2711. peor 227-4081mo. Call James Jones, 229532 Phone 648-4223. tf2-13
two lots. 405 Woodward Ave., and $71.00 per month for 9 yrs., 8 MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
lort St. Joe. FHA loan available. mos., can buy you this completely FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. --
00 down payment. Payments available furnished 2 bedroom block homple 1506 Long Ave. Phone 227-5426. SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call man is as near as your telephone.
00 down payment Payments ap- furnished 2 bedroom block home 1506 g Buford Griffun, phone 229-3097 Call 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES
)roximately $64 monthly. Total with garage, breezeway, fenced in FOR RENT: Apartment. Bedroom, OFfST. Eacross rom the Post J
ost $9,700. Seller will pay FHA fi- back yard, good lawn and plenty living room, dining room. Phone OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper, Office. Local and Long Dsthe Pce
nancing charges. Occupancy im- of shrubbery. Priced for quick sale 227-8305 or write p. o. box 386. tf rag content bond, all sizes. On- Moving. Free Estimates. ie
mediately. Call 227-4531, Port St. and payment like rent. Contact ponskin, manuscript covers, carbon LOSE WEIGHT safely with new
Joe or Ben Dickens, 385-1015, Tal- 1010 McClellan Ave., before 1:00 FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom fur- paper, clips, fasteners, file folders. Campbell's Drug Store. 12tc-8-20
lahassee. tfc-5-14 p.m. Ask for Steve Runyan. Pay- nished and one 3-bedroom fur- Everything for the office. The Star, Campbell's Drug Store. 12tc-8-20
ments to Florida Bank. 2tp-9-24 nished houses at Beach. 2-bedroom 227-3161. R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
FOR SALE: Legal ruled pads. 25c furnished, 2-bedroom unfurnished
each. The Star. 227-3161. FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- and 1-bedroom furnished houses in FOR MASON SHOES see R. C. Lup- Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.ls
.. R r. A 2 be-droom' room h o u s e. Convenient to Port St. Joe. Enquire at Smiths ton at 502 8th St.or Mrs. Jimmy compandions 3rd Mndys. All visit
FOR RENT or SALE: 2 bed. school and town. Phone 227-8536 Pharmacy, Phone 227-5111. tfc Kilbourn phone 229-1521. tP JOE EVANS, High Priest
dwelling for sale, 2 bedroom. Easy after 5:00 p.m. FOR RENT: 10th St., 5 room house, FOR SALE: Office machine ribbons
terms. Closing cost only. Also du- unfurnished. $35 mo. 10th St., 2 for all popular machines. $1.00 THERE WILL BE a regular com-
plex for sale on 10th Street. Pur- HOUSE FOR SALE: 3 bedrooms, 2 bedroom house furnished. $35 mo The Star. Phone 227-3161. mnicatioL of an St "1u lodge
chaser may assume mortgage. Easy baths, den, large living room, 2 Long Ave., 5 room unfurnished SANTA'S HELPER!Help old Santa No .111, F. & A M., eve, girst
terms. Call Cecil G. Costin, Jr. carports, large screen porch, gas house, $40 mo. See Mrs. Nora Du- SANTA'S HELPER! Help old Santa No .111, F. & A M., eve. i ,rst
inheaters, hot water heater, big gas r-n, Phone 227-5471 or phone 229- fill the stockings in your home. and third Thuiu y a3 t a.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un- tank, water softener, barn and all 2941. 2c-l-16gifts in yourisit neighborhood Con-
furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60 under fence on large lot. $8500.gifts in your neighborhood. Con-
fmonth. Inquire Jim Mapes648-ach. $6 500 down and $55 per mo. Mrs. FOR RENT: Business property on tact Mrs. Dorothy Martin, Avon
th. inquire Jim MaSam Booth, phone 229-2103, White Highway 98. With living quartersManager, P. 0. Box 3345, MSS, Tal- N.G. MARTIN, W. M.
3840. tfc-10-1 City. ltp connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6 lahassee or call 385-1818. h. L. BURGE, S=cretary