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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-EIGHTH 'YEAR PORT ST.
Dale Carnegie Course Will Be
Offered In St. Joe By Lions
Set for Oct. 22
The world-famous Dale Carnegie
Course is coming to Port St. Joe
under the sponsorship of the Port
St. Joe Lions Club.
"We believe that the Lion's
sponsorship of this adult educa-
tion program is a genuine com-,
munity service," says Charles
Norton, President of the Lions
Club. "Businessmen, professional
men, sales people, housewives,
clubwomen, office personnel-ev-
ery adult will benefit from this
training. It will build a new en-
thusiasm, develop self-confidence,
create a new understanding among
the citizens of our town."
Mr. Norton added that the
Lions, like other Service Clubs in
the North Florida area, have
found that the Dale Carnegie
classes have had an important in-
fluence on human relations, and
leadership development in their
It was announced by Mr. Norton
that the first meeting will' be a
Free Demonstration Session. It
will be held in the St. James Epis-
copal Parish House on Thursday,
October 22 at 7:27 p.m. The'public
is invited. There is -no cost or ob-
ligation in attending.
The purpose of the Demonstra-
tion Meeting according to Mr. Nor-
ton is to acquaint- visitors with
Dale Carnegie methods in effec-
tive speaking, :human relations and
leadership training. One of the
features of the evening will be a
demonstration of the remarkable
memory-training techniques devel-
,oped by Dale Carnegie. Everyone
attending will receive a free copy
of 'one of Dale Carnegie's famous
The- course is -for -folks from all
over town and country, and not
.confined to the Lion's Club mem-
bers 'Ad their friends. The Lion's
Club' is merely steering- the course
into Port St. Joe.
Working as project chairmen for
the course are John Howard, chair-
man and Harry P. Tison. Any in-
formation concerning the course
may be had by calling either of
these two committee members.
The Dale Carnegie Courses be-
gan in 1912 in New York City. To-
,day Dale Carnegie Classes are
taught in over 1,077 cities in
America and in 51 foreign cities.
More than one million men and
women are graduates. Among them
are G. Frank Bettger, one of the
* ** *
GOVERNOR VISITS-Lion's District Governor, Carl Ad-
ams, right, is shown with Lion president, Charles Nor-
ton at the ,Club executive's official visit here last Mon-
day. (4 photo)
Roche Teils Kiwanis Club That Beef
Imports Hurting Florida Cattlemen
W. C. Roche, Port St. Joe 'busi-
nessman and Gulf County cattle
grower, told the Kiwanis Club ,on
Tuesday of some of the problems
facing Florida's ;cattle growers on
the market today:,- ..
Roche said that during the first
six months of this year, 40% of
the meat consumed in Florida was
shipped in from, overseas from
such beef producing nations as Ar-
gentina and Australia.
Roche said this import practice
wasn't due to lack of Florida's cat-
tle growers to supply the demand.
He pointed out that the Florida
Agriculture Commission offers re-
cords that show Florida cattle
growers produced a volume of beef
during the past six months to sup-
ply all but 10% of Florida's de-
well and is driving the price of
beef lower every day to the grow-
er while reflecting no lower price
,at the retail level.
The Club elected new officers to
lead the club during 1965, to take
office on January 1.
Elected were: Bob Freeman,
president; Ted Cannon, vice-presi-
dent; Sonny Dean, secretary and
Tom Alsobrook, treasurer.
JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1964
Sharks Play At
The Port St. Joe. High School
Sharks have an open date sche-
duled for tomorrow night in its
football schedule. However, head
coach Bobby Brown said. that a
game has been arranged for be-
tween Port St. Joe and Bristol..
The two teams' Nave signed a
Port St. Joe's open date will
now be next Friday during the
time normally scheduled for a
contest with Niceville.
The Sharks will meet Bristol
on the Liberty County field at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow night.
Long Avenue Church
In Midst of Revival
The Long Avenue Baptist Church
of Port St. Joe is conducting a se-
ries of revival services this week.
The revival meeting began last
Sunday. The pastor of the church,
the Reverend J. C; Odum, is serv-
ing as the revival preacher. Re-
vival music is being conducted by
Mr. Wesley R: Ramsey,' choir di-
rector of the local church.'Services
are being held throughout this
week at 7:30 P. M.
This week marks the beginning
of the Reverend Odum's twelfth
year as pastor of the"church. He
was honored at a Prayer Break-
.fast given by the men. of the
church last Saturday morning.
Everyone is invited to attend
the revival meeting and the regu-
lar Sunday worship services of the
church. The concluding service of
'this revival meeting will be on
Sunday at 5:00 P. M. During the
fall and winter the Long Avenue
Church will be conducting their
Sunday evening worship at 5
o'clock. The Church Training Union
meets following the Sunday eve-
Saturday evening of this week is
"Youth Night" during the revival.
All young people of the Port St.
Joe area are especially encouraged
to attend. A social period of youth
fellowship will follow 'the Satur-
day night revival service for high
school and college boys and girls.
4-H Club Meets Tuesday
There will be a 4-H Club meet-
ing Tuesday, October 13, at 7:30
p. m. in the Florida Power Lounge.
All interested boys, grades nine
through 12, are urged to attend.
Lity Votes to He onectie.
By Freeholders T Ie
y ra0000 f5r e
FanSe for aaon
Vote Set for
The City Commission voted to
hold an election to decide whether
or not to give Gulf Cablevision Co.,
Inc., a franchise to. operate a tele-
vision cable service in Port St. Joe.
The election has been set for
The company is. proposing to
construct a 150 foot receiving tow-
er that will bring in 'all three tele-
vision networks for Port St. Joe
Jim Avant, president of Gulf
Cablevision said his company pro-
poses to bring in programs aired
by Channel 10 (NBC) from Mobile,'
Alabama; Channel 6 (CBS), Talla-
hassee;- Channel 3 (ABC) Pensa-
,cola a~d 'Channel 7 from Panama
. The system will be available to
citizens of Port St. Joe for $5.00
per month for a single installa-
tion and $2.00 for each additional
installation placed in one home.
Avant said he hoped to have the
system in operation within 60 days
after the franchise is granted.
The company plans to run its
cable lines underground through-
out the city to eliminate unsightly
overhead wires and to eliminate in-
The system will have four high
gain cut channel antenna on chan-
nels 10 and 3 and two on channel
6. Each of these antenna will have
City to Study Water
Mayor Frank Hannon instructed
Clerk,J. B. Williams to contact the
Smith and Gillespie Engineering
firm to meet with the City Board
on November 17 to discuss enlarg-
ing the City's water treatment
The present plant was construct-
ed so that it could be added to.
Water demand in the City during
summer months has. made this in-
crease in capacity necessary. In
extremely dry weather, the old
city water wells need to be turned
on at times to provide enough wa-
ter for City use..
Clerk Williams reported that all
new pumps had -been installed at
the water plant, doubling the vol-
ume- of water: that can be drawn
from the Paper Company Canal,
making the City independent of the
Paper Company pump house for
a continuous adequate supply.
Fire Damages Home
In Highland View
Fire damaged the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Rhames at 232
Second Street in Highland View,
Monday at noon.
Mrs. Rhames had left a pot
a pre-amplifier followed by a chan- cooking on the stove while she ran
neled amplified with 66 D.B. gain across the street to the corner gro-
mounted on top of the tower to cery. On her return, the pot had
give the best snow-free picture caught fire and had caught the
available. There will also be num- ceiling of the kitchen on fire.
erous other emplifiers all -along Quick action by neighbors kept
the cable to maintain the signal at the fire from spreading with gar-
the proper signal strength. den hoses until the Port St. Joe
Avant said that a television set Volunteer Fire Department. arriv-
requires 100 micro-volts to main- ed on the scene.
tain a snow-free picture. He said Fire damage was contained in
his system is designed to deliver the kitchen of the home, but wa-
1,000 micro-volts to each set for ter and smoke damage was more
the maximum in television viewing widespread.
The company is currently taking SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR!
applications for the. system.
City to Let Bids
On Chairs, Tables
Truck and Car
With the advent of the new fis
cal year the first of this month, thl
City Commission made plans to let
bids on three major purchases at
their meeting Tuesday night.
Bids will be let for the purchase
of 37 folding tables and 304 fold,
ing chairs. These items will be
placed in the Centennial Building
for use by functions held at the
building. The call for bids will go
out in the next few days, after
specifications for the items have
A second item that will go up
for bids will be the purchase of
a new 16 cubic yard garbage load
packer to be mounted on a two-ton
A new load packer was purchas-
ed last year but the load of gar-
bage collection has increased to
the point where the new packer
and the old garbage packer can-
not keep up with the demand.
The new load packer will fea,
ture an automatic loader for big
trash collection customers.
Another item going up for bids
is a new Police patrol car.
Specifications for the motor ve-
hicles have not been decided on
Traffic Problem Is
A traffic problem came up for
discussion at the City Commission
The problem in question is con-
gestion on Third and Second street
between Williams Avenue and
Monument Avenue. These two
streets are narrow and offer an-
gle parking. With cars parked on
both sides of the street, it is al-
most impossible for two lanes of
traffic to traverse the street.
The Commission instructed the
Chief of Police, H. W. Griffin to
study the problem and report his
recommendations at the next meet-
tnp salesmen in thiscountry;, mands.' Roche said that a good ] 13 S
ert Quain, manager of the world's part of this production was of high 7- 1 3 core extra point was no good and Port The Sharks came out throwing, T I
largest hotels, th e Conrad Hion quality meat products, as opposed but with56 seconds left, Rickard Speaker Tells Rotarians That Success
in Chicago; Joe Foss, Governor ofto the lower quality of meat pro- Rickards High staged a 79-yard tekarsto, tseodhlCa.it ecpeda ar d 'S a rhf yaWh
South Dakota; John M. Fox, Pres- duced by native growers in past march in the closing minutes of kickoff and took ar the second half Cash intercepted a Shark pass and In ea o ver ne Tries
dent of the MV~inute-Maid Corpora- g *- 1 t Th d h Ikickoff and marched 58 yards in the Redskins held the ball until S K90CH Of Every One Who Tries
identof the Minute-Maid Corpora- years. last Thursday night's game in Tal-
tion; Hon. Elbert N. Carvel, Gover- Roche said that the imports are lahassee to defeat Port St. Joe 16 plays to score. Fine running by the final whistle. Success comes in "cans", Floyd
nor of Delaware; Harry Warner, hurting not only Florida producers 19-13 Cathey, Craig and David Young Folker of Tallahasseetold the of Palatka, Harry Tison of Port
President of B.MF GoodNick Cemi- but producers from other states as The Sharks were leading 13-6 moved the ball to the Redskin 21. Port St. Joe Rotaryhassee d theClub of alatk. Joe, Harry Tisonhieds of Panort
dent o General Tire and Rubber at the start of the last period when On fourth down Cathey fired a St. Joe Cancels Thursday. Joe, Horace O'Shields of Pn-
Copany; Kemmons Wilson, Chair- Rickards intercepted a Shark pass pass to Young which was, inter- ,IFolkner, a representative of the ara City and Wayne Braxton and
man of the Board,Holiday Inns of Johnson Leaders On and ran 52 yards to tie the score. cepted by Jimmy Bailey. The ref- Niceville Gam Dale Carnegie courses delivered a Bob Guilford of Port St. Joe High
maofter Boards oli w y Vice of Jh no The Redskins took the ball on er e ru e tat Smtn h pse ld i Port S .J jed with Ma. discourse on the latent success School.
America; Thomas C. Burrows, Vice tiLady Bird Specialo The Redskins took the ball on Youngrhoeverledetheatnived
President, neiser s, Inc. moved steadily downfield, wi he Sharks a first down at the 11 ianna and euniak Springs in ever
Walter C. Robinson, chairman of their best play being the recovered Cathey swept right end from four dropping Niceville from their every man. hrUS
the Gulf County committee, John- fumble for two long gains, before yards out for the score. Smith 1964 football schedule. In developing his talk Folkner Johnson Hearters
fumble for two long gains, beforeTh said that the average man never
American Foresters son for PresdenitandMrs. Annie going over from the one yard line knocked down Cathey's pass to The dropping of Nicevileby knows what he can do unless he W llOpen Saturday
Gaskin of Wewahitchka have been witht inniGoodman and the Sharks led 13-6. the three teams 'was due to the
Meet In Miami Beach invited by the White House to ride with the wining score. After the two teams traded fact that Niceville, which is a es. To illustrate hispoint,the It was announced this week by
the Lady Bird Special train on Fri- The Sharks won the game every- school located in a military base speaker asked a guest of the club, W. C. Robinson, chairman and Gor-
the Lady Bird Special train on Fri- where but on the scoreboard. They punts, fullback Junior Nichols hit school located in a military base Bob Webb of Palatka to try push- don Farris, vice-chairmnan of the
ciety of Amelorida Chapn Forester of the So- day of this week. Mrs. Gaskioutrushed the Redskins 154-124, Cathey with a 23-yard pass. On the area, has two Negro boys on the ing a soda straw through a potato don Fa vice-chairman of the
city of American Foresters will Mr Robinson and Mrs. Gasknout passed them 61-55 and output, next play Nichols passed to the team. After trying to shove the stra Gulf ounty Committee, Johnson
hold its fall convention at Miami.will join the party on the train at ed them 44.3-37-2. The Sharks ran flat, and Rickards picked it off Coach Bobby Brown said that After trying to shove the straw for resident, that headquarters
Beach, October 12-13, announced Tallahassee and will ride on the te an tad cr i it couldn't be for President, that headquarters
ChachpOctoerC 12-13aGannounced Tallahassee and will ride on the 51 offensive plays to the Redskins and outraced Craig in a 52-yard both teams were willing to play done. But, after instruction front will be opened in Port t. Joe this
Chapter Chairman George W. whistle stop campaign tour to Chip23. The Sharks were penalized 96 run to the goal. The extra point but that the game was led off ne the proper method week.
Mosely of Jacksonville. lcy. yards and the Redskins 70. was good and the score was tied. by mutual agreement between to accomplish the task, the straw The Johnson for President Head-
Merchandising wood products Port St. Joe struck first as Bob The Redskin pass defense tight- Port St. Joe and Niceville school ent through the tato. The quarters w be located in the old
will be the theme of the two-day Port St. Joe struck first as Bobthe potato. The quarters will be located in the old
will be the theme of the two-day oper Motor Co. Craig picked off a Redskin pass ened and forced the Sharks to officials because of trouble that speakernt thdrove hispoint home by Buzzett's Drug Store building and
convention. d Corp or and raced 78 yards for an apparent punt on the next series of downs. might erupt among some of the asking tthe question, "do we fail be opend on Saturday, Oc
The first days program will be Gets Corporation Charter touchdown. But a clipping penalty With eight minutes left, the Red- fans attending,a or do we give up?" tober 10. The phone number of
cderd ray, i-' A AS -Secretry f c Lay Branch brought the ball skins began their long drive which Brown said, "Thisis coming, Another requisite for success is the headquarters will be 2294776.
rector of the Schooy f oda e s State Tom Adams today announced back to the Rickards 37 and nulli- ended with victory. equiped to cope with beng a memory not a good or bad
University of Florida. Speakers the chartering of the following fied the score. ones to be first" memory, but a trained or un-
and their topics are: Ion Walker corporation: Al Cathey tossed a long pass to Juior High Squad trained memory. "Any memory cashington HighGroup
Public Relations Manager, interna- ong pass o^ ^ WaGTShpons Gr ou
tional Paper Company, Mobile, Jim Cooper Motor Co., Inc. Buddy Smith that Cash of the Red- be trained to be better", Folkner To Sponsor Car Wash
Ala. aper; BradfordDempsey' (B-85305), 401 Williams Street, Port skins leaped high in the air to in- Will Play To ght City Votes to Get said. Washington High School Lunch-
AlTe. pape tonal Lumber Manu St. Joe, Fla. (Gulf County). Auth. tercept, but Cash lost the ball cornm- of The third and most important roo Beautfictin Club will be
facturers Association, Jacksonville stock: 600 shares of common at ing down and Smith grabbed it at The High School junior high attribute to success is enthusiasm. sponsoring a car .ash, beginning
-lacturer; Dr. Harry Stup, Re S100.00 per shape, filed Sept. 23, the three for the first down. Ca- football team will play a game to- The City Commission voted Tues- Folkner said enthusiasm for what, Friday noon, Octob' 9, from 1:00
search Fellow, Harryden Newport 1964, dealing in auto sales busi- they went over from there and night beginning at 8:00 p:m. on day night to contract with the we are doing or trying to do keeps p.m., until. On Satin'hy, October
search Fellowrp, Heydensacola-woo ness. Incorporators: James S. added the extra point and Port St. the local field. auditing firm of Haskin and Sells tl-e job from being tedium and I0, we .>il* U'-n at[' '2 p.m. The
Chemical; Corp. Pensacoa noo. Cooper, Port St. Joe, Fla., Jack Cul- Joe led 7-0. The team, composed of seventh, of Jacksonville to audit the City's iJvcs that extra measure of some- car waa' will b h ai- a the base-
chemicals; G. H. Lehman, en. pepper, Kathleen B. Cabler, both On the kickoff Rickard's Cash eighth and ninth graders will meet books for the past year. ji thing that more often than not, Il l p car as 'h wil be ,l be $1.00
Mgr., U. S. Plywood Corp, Miami- of Tallahassee, Fla.; filed by: Cor- took the ball on the 30 and raced Carrabelle's junior high team in The Jacksonville firm has au- e ds: in' success. for each car.
reconstituted wood, veneer lamin- portion Service Company of Flor- down the sidelines and untouched the first home junior squad game died the city's books for the past Guests of the club were BillI The club whil pick up and de-
(Continued On Page 12) ida, Tallahassee, Fla. for a 70 yard kickoff return. The of the season. two years. B'-zzett of Apalachicola, Bob Webb liver if desired.
MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it,where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants1
Sharks Lose Close One to Rickards
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Game Coimmission Provides 19 Public
Dove Fields for 64-65 Hunting Season
TALLAHASSEE Florida hunt. Franklin, and Bay Counties, and
ers will have' an opportunity to the Eglin Military Reservation, ac-
hunt dove on nineteen public dove cording to A. D. Aldrich, director,
fields during the 1964-65 hunting Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
season. The fields are located in mission.
fifteen counties and will require Public dove fields are located in
a $2.00 daily hunting permit with Polk, Charlotte, Clay, Suwannee,
the exception of fields in Jackson, Franklin, Jackson, Palm Beach,
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 Phone 229-1686
Broward, Bay, Dade, Orange and
Seminole Counties and the Eglin
Military Reservation fields in Oka-
loosa, Santa Rosa, and Walton
Public dove fields in Bay County
on the Point Washington Wildlife
Management Area and in Jackson
County on the Apalachee Wildlife
Management Area and the Apa-
lachee Correctional Institute farms
will require the regular $5.00 pub-
lic hunting permit. Fields' located
in Franklin County will require a
special $3.00 season dove field per-
mit. Fields on the Eglin Military
Reservation will require a $1.00
There is no limit as to the num-
ber of hunters allowed on the
fields, with the exception of the
Clay County fields on the Camp
Blanding area. Permits may be ob-
tained at the fields or at any of
the five Commission regional of-
fices. County Judges in Franklin,
Bay and Jackson Counties will have
permits for the fields located in
these counties. Special permits for
the Clay County-Camp Blanding
hunts may be obtained at the Lake
City office only. Permits for the
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NO.I N V GN PR 0 RES
CONTINUES TVRA, t'UNMAY, OCTU 1I
Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.
7:30 p.m. -- Nursery Open
J. C* ODOM WESLEY RAMSEY
EVANGELIST MUSIC DIRECTOR
Saucy Snack -
FRE I CGANERRY S 7 '"12 :?,7AKES
Simple, sp:. '" : good, and satisfying that's cranberries. In
any shape or iorm they are the perfect fruit for easy-to-make
dishes that are luscious tasting and attractive looking. What
could be more tempting for a late supper snack than pancakes
served with a tangy fresh cranberry sauce and a hot ruby-red
cranberry grog! Make your own sauce or serve slices of the
jillied cranberry sauce straight from the can.
CRANBERRY HOT GROG
(Makes 2 quarts) ,
4 cups Ocean Spray cranberry V/z teaspoon cinnamon
juice cocktail V ta n cv
4 cups pineapple juice / teaspoon cloves
2 cups apricot nectar % teaspoon nutmeg
Combine cranberry juice, pineapple juice, apricot nectar, cinna-
mon, cloves and nutmeg. Heatto t he boiling point. Serve piping
hot v,-ith a cinnamon stick muddler and a lump of butter. Garnish
hot 'g-og with orange slices.
FRESH CRANBERRY PANCAKE SAUCE ,'
(Makes, about 1.quart)
2 oranges 4 cup raisins
1 pound (4 cups) Ocean spray 2 cups sugar
. fresh cranberries
1 V ,cups water 4 cup chopped nuts
Quarter oranges, remove seeds and chop, Combine cranberries,
water, raisins and oranges in saucepan. Cook over medium heat
until cranberries begin to pop. Stir in sugar and nuts. Serve
warm with pancakes.
Eglin dove fields may be obtained a similar controlled hunt in the
at the Jackson Guard Station at future.
Special dove filed regulations V te
and information regarding location V Veteran's Servic
of fields may be obtained by con- Off
actingg the Commission's regional Officer To Visit
offices at Panama City, Lake City,
Ocala, Lakeland and West Palm Veterans of Gulf, County who
Beach. need assistance in obtaining bene-
According to Aldrich, the pro- fits under the GI Bill, may receive
gram of public dove hunting fields guidance from Jim Weant, Assist-
was originated several years ago ant State Service Officer of the
as an experimental operation. The Florida Department of Veterans
fields :serve a two-fold purpose. Affairs.
They provide additional public Weant will visit this area next
shooting grounds for the hunter week for the purpose of helping
and a proving ground for managed veterans or their dependents in
public hunting on small areas. Over filing claims for Compensation
ithe past seasons, the dove field Benefits or solving their Insurance
program has proven to be success- problems .This free service in-
ful as 'well as popular with the cludes assistance to employers of
hunters. It is hoped that more veterans under the GI Bill, Voca-
private landowners may follow this tional Training, Subsistence or
example and open their lands for other problems.
During his visit in this area
Weant may be contacted at the
following places at the time and on
the date specified: Port St. Joe,
County Service Office, American
Legion Home, 8:30, October 16,
A PRODUCT OF ( _, i) MOTOR COMPANY LINCOLN-MERCURY DIVISION
The Ford Motor Company introduces an entirely new kind of
Mercury for 1965 ... now in the Lincoln Continental tradition
When you fiFst-see this one, you may ask,
"What car is that?" Mercury is that new.
The look is new. Completely. Low, sleek,
beautifully proportioned. The ride is new.
Solider, quieter. The idea behind all this
newness is to bring you a Mercury that
accurately reflects the Lincol-r Continiental
tradition. -See how well the .idea works -
at your Mercury dealer's showroom today.
$ 7 #e~eate7
ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
322 Monument Avenue. Phone 227-3737
"Ride Walt Disney's Magic Skyway at the Ford Motor Company Wonder Rotunda, New York World's Fair"
Open 3 Days A Week
Saint Joseph's Children's Li-
brary, located on Eighth Street, is
open on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Friday from 4 to 5 P. M. They
have books available that interest
children of all ages.
"Little Tim and the Brave Sea
Captain," Grades 1-3. Little Tim
lived in a house by the sea arid
wished very much he could be a
sailor. How he became a stow-
away and eventually was involved
in a shipwreck makes a very ex-
citing story for young readers and
listeners. This beautifully illustrat-
ed book is fast becoming a classic.
"Fairy Tales," Grades 4-6. Twen-
ty-eight imaginative, poignant and
witty tales by one of the world's
master story-tellers. Included are
such tales as The little Match Girl,
The Tinder Box, The Emperor's
New 'Clothes, and The Snow
"Sound; an Experiment Book,"
Grades 7-8. A fascinating 'series
of very elementary experiments so
arranged that they lead to a clear
understanding of the main prin-
ciples involved in the phenomenon
of sound. Covers sound as vibra-
tion, how sound travels, making
sounds louder, bouncing sound,
housing sound, and low and high
Ninth Grade Class Makes
Visit To Paper Mill
Mr. Faison's ninth grade civic
classes took a trip to the St. Joe
Paper Mill recently. The classes
were taken on a guided tour of
ITHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1964
Published Evr'y Thursday At 306 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 Department
DIAL 227-3161 POSTOFFICE Box 308
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under LAct of March 8, 1879.
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:ip"es. The spoken word is lost; th printed word remains.
School Board Using Psychology?
We learn something new every week.
And this week was no exception.
Two things we learned this week we consider important.
They concern our schools.
Item number ont... We learned that the committee for
studying the Gulf County school system, its needs, and its
condition, was inspired by and instigated by the Gulf County
It has been common suspect that this committee grew
out. of the PTA since it was appointed at a PTA meeting last
Item number two .. We learned that the-School Board
cannot; by itself, instigate or start proceedings to, sell a bond
issue for Gulf County schools. The Board must be asked to
.-..c.. *" a s rviL e by a representative body of Gulf
' County tax p.ayers. .
r rv,'ably v.: lea-ued a third'thit; also when.
we analyze the foregoing two bits of increase in our
The committee created last year has made a minute study
of every school in Gulf County. They have come up with
some startling facts.
They have discovered an archaic school operating in
Gulf County under the name of George Washington Carver
High School in Wewahitchka. This school still uses the an-
lient practice of several grades using one room and one
teacher. The school has just slightly over 50 pupils in grades
nine through 12. The committee recommends bussing these
high school students to Port St. Joe and building a habitable
school building for the elementary and junior high pupils
... an estimated expenditure of some $92,000 to set up build-
ings, busses, furniture, personnel, etc. the first year.
We think their proposal sound.
The committee also finds Port St. Joe High School twice
as large as their service facilities were designed for ... that
is ... gymnasium, plumbing, heating, cafeteria, auditorium,
lockers, bath and dressing facilities, lunch room, library, etc.
The committee suggests trading the continually rambling
hodge-podge of a high school with inadequate service facilities
in for a new high' school designed to grow. Use the present
high school for a junior high.
This idea has merit.
And thus comes the third revelation. The School Board
Nobody 'will or has listened to their tales of woe and
inadequacy in regards to our school system. But let a group
of responsible and energetic citizens "discover" these things
for themselves and things will happen.
We predict that the public interest the School Board
has been courting for so long, to no avail, will now rear up
demand a bond issue ... demand adequate schools ...
and may even demand a sensible tax structure to pay for
these much desired improvements to better the chances of
our children's future.
Southern 'Democrats Vote Conservative
A Congressman's philosophy of government is revealed
more convincingly in the record of his votes on measures to
spend and measures to save than in his campaign speeches.
In fact, the latter may even have the effect of covering up
The record on this issue is spread out for all to see in
the N.A.B. Economy Voting Record, in which National Asso-
ciated Businessmen present the vote (or absence of a vote)
of the 430 members of the House of Representatives on 20
key issues in which the 88th Congress was confronted with
decision-to spend or not to spend.
The study shows that 98 Democrats scored zero in econ-
omy and 186 racked up 20 percent or less, while only a single
Republican scored less than 50 percent. Eighty-three Repub-
licans achieved the perfect economy score of 100. Regionally
the Southern members were mone economy-minded than
their colleagues in other sections., 92.5 percent of the South-
ern Republicans and 37.7 percent of the Southern Democrats
voting consistently against Federal spending. And it should
be noted that credit and praise are due every one of those
House Democrats who demonstrated the courage to hold the
line for economy in the face of strong Administration pres-
Following publication of its Economy Voting Record,
Elton Kile, NAB president, presented gold "Watchdog of the
Treasury Awards" to the 12 Democrats and 153 Republicans
who voted for economy and against spending 80 percent of
-he time. And, of all the countless ceremonials that have
taken place in the Capitol over the years, we suspect that
Ihis is the first ever to glorify our solons for saving the
constit- ents' money!
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Met Friday P. M.
The Christ Ambassadors held
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD J. Abney Cox,
Princeton grower, was recipient of the 1964 Distinguish~ed
Service Award of the Florida Fruit & Vegetable Associatio-.
Willard M. Fifield [left) secretary-manager of the Florida
Agricultural Research Institute, Gainesville, made the
award on behalf of the association and cited Cox for his
selfless service to Florida agriculture over a period of
many years. 'The award was presented during the 21st
annual convention of the association at MIiami Ea.ch
Telogia Creek Wildlife Management
Area Should Better Hunting Possilibities
PANAMA CITY-The bright fu- Telogia Creek. It will be open for
ture of hunting in Northwest Flor- hunting this year under wildlife
ida took on an even brighter look management area regulations.
recently, with the establishing of A $5.00 public hunt permit, good
Telogia Creek wildlife management on any management area in the
area in Liberty and Gadsden Coun- state that is open for hunting, ex-
ties. cept Eglin Field, will be required
According to Charles Turner, in addition to the regular hunting
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- license.
mission, and Ben Lovingood, St. Turner, regional game biologist
Joe Paper Company ,the' 85,000 for the Commission, says that the
acre tract lies in the two-county deer, turkey, quail and squirrel
area north of State Road 20. It is populations are good in the new
bounded on the east and west by management area and no closed
St. Joe's Gadsden and Liberty period for a game build-up appears
County ownership, respectively,, necessary. Hunt maps are being
and on the north by the Houston, prepared and the area is being
Texas, gas line, State Road 12 and posted in preparation for the 1964-
ANNOUNCING NEW MIDWIFE SERVICE
After having completed her course in training at
Marie Frances Maternity Home in Sanford, Fla., Mrs.
Katherine Robinson of 142 13th St., Apalachicola,
Florida, received her license .September 22, 1964. She
entered Marit Frances Maternity Home August 3, 1964,
there she remained until she completed, a full course in
training and delivery.
She is now duly authorized to serve in Franklin and
Gulf Counties. Thanking you in advance for your co-
KATHERINE ROBINSON 142 13th St.
Apalachicola, Fla. 'Phone 653-3985
Sun. 2:46 p.m.
Mon.-Fri ....------.... 4:45
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1964
Florida Garden Notes..
tneir regular meeting Friaay at Watering a hedge is like spank- bium, remember to get some gray-
7:45 P.M. ing a child-you've got to do a el to use in the bottom of the cut-
The service was opened by good job to be effective. ting box. The gravel will insure
prayer by Leroy Jones. Teasing a dry, drooping hedge adequate drainage.
Specials in song were given by with a dust settling dole of water Many media can be used, such
the following: Sonia Tuttle andIs not preventing trouble but is'as san,- mixture of sand and
Mrs. Bob Raffield, "He Whispers merely postpomng it.
Mrs. Bob Raffield, "He Whispers It is agreed that miserly applica. peat, vermiculite or similar ma-
Sweet Peace to Me"; Rev. W. G. tion will keep the water bill low trials.
Mizelle, "God's Camel Train"; Le- and the hedge leaves as green and Before putting the media in the
roy Jones and Bill Jones, "Jesus as crisp as the dollar bills you save. box be sure that it is sterile. Ster-
Use Me"; Hand Family, "Honey But stingy watering during droughs heating at about 250 degrees for
in the Rock." brings roots within the top inch of ilize the medium in the oven by
Prayer request was taken by Pa- the soil. one-half hour to one hour.
tricia Davis. The group joined in Later plants may succumb-indir- Newly purchased peat and ver-
with prayer. ectly, perhaps, because of. shal- miculite should be sterile and this
Offering was taken by Kathryn low roots. heating process is unnecessary.
Hand. Prayer over the offering was So, often you'll pay triple the But before it is re-used, however,
given by Leroy Jones. cost of water you should have it should be sterilized.
The program was in charge of used in, replacing stunted or dead __
Quincy Hand and Robert Raffield. plants.
The subjects were called: Pleas- If rain is inadequate to find that Theta 'Rho Girls To
ure for those who live for the "make the moisture meet" every 'Have Bake, 'Rummage Sale
world and pleasure through prayer week or 10 days, then soak the root
for those who live for God. The with water from the hose. Soak the Theta Rho Girls Club of the
group discussed this. soil to a depth of five to six inches. Melody Rebekah Lodge No. 10 are
The program next week will be Fido's Tracks having a Bake and Rummage Sale,
in charge of Betty Creamer and It is exasperating to find that a Saturday, October 10, at the cor-
Mrs. Bob Raffield. Everyone is in- night prowling pooch has gambol-' ner of Second Street and Reid
vited to attend. ed up and down the full length of Avenue, across the street from
C. A. Reporter, Betty Creamer. a newly planted flower bed. Since Nedley's Florist.
--- it appears that the exhilarating The sale will start at 9:30.
Alden Farris Visits feel of soft earth attracts the mutts
you have to defend newly dug flo- Mrs. Montgomery, Mrs.
In Port St. Joe wer beds with something not so Kirkland Visit In N. C.
Alden Farris of Riverdale and
New York City visited in Port St.
Joe over the week-end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Farris.
Mr. Farris Internal Auditor with
After transplanting those dime-
a-plants, try protecting them with
lengths of thorny rose clippings.
Prunings from climbing roses are
ideal. Place the stickers every few
Underwriters Salvage Company of inches where the prowling animal
New York, has been temporarily is likely to invade the plant bed,
transferred to that company's of- then at intervals of a foot or so on
fice in Atlanta,, Georgia, because of the rest of the bed. Short lengths
the tremendous salvage operation of barbed wire are a substitute
being undertaken in the South for thorny clippings.
Florida area as a result of hurri- Usually the errant dog smells
canes Cleo and Dora. danger and won't endanger his
feet or your priked plants, there-
65 season, fore, you can't be accused of be-
Lovingood, whose office is lo-. ing cruel to dumb animals.
cated at Hosford, is unit forester Rooted azalea limbs are like
in charge of the area. St. Joe Paper most young brides-they do best
Company owns the tract in its en- when separated from their mothers
tirety. apron strings. Therefore, inspect
"Including Telogia Creek wild- your azaleas.
life management area the total If you discover a rooted limb,
acreage in Northwest Florida un- cut it loose from the mother plant.
der the Commission's management Like humans, you've got to coddle
area program jumps to slightly less the new plant. This means check-
than one and a quarter million," ing to see that the newly depen-
says Turner. "There are ten wild- dent plant is furnished with plenty
life management areas in the Third of food and water.
Region, guaranteeing public access When the new plant is doing well
to hunting lands for the years give it a new home. As you know,
ahead. All but one ,the Point Wash- it is hard to keep two housewives
ington area, will be open for the or two plants happy in the same
general season which opens No- home.
vember 21." Now is the time to get ready to
-- propagate softwood cuttings. You
CARD OF THANKS will have best luck with cutting
I wish, to express my sincere between now and the first of june.
thanks to Dr. Joe Hendrix, the You should have a cutting box
nurses and all of our wonderful which can be any container-per-
friends for the love and kindness ferably a box-fixed to give good
shown us during the illness and drainage. Scale the box to fill your
death of my husband, needs, but be sure that it is not
May God bless each of you. too deep. Six inches is plenty deep.
MRS. R. M. SPILLERS When planning the cutting me
s. ,, :, ., ..rr: ..
For a long time, the nation's engineering costs are startling.
independent business proprie- *
tors, voting through the Na- The most recent year on
tional Federation of Indepen- wl-:ch figures are available,
dent Business, have requested !357-58, $210.T3,112 worth of
Congress to take government h 'hv.ay work was dsCp in Cal-
out of private business. ifcr:ia. The er' nc-,: e 'costs
$ were '',22:".':, or 2:.'5% of
Much has been accomplished, the total cost of ihe completed
but i s.iuu.i roads.
m s I e .- In the same period, using
croi hli nient private engincer'n- firms, t11e
in Texas Turnvike Authority b'l
bu: 'iie_ to f36 million worth of roads wiLh
prc..i-Ji nIose an engineering cost of only
an.'l mn ore 3.43%o Illinois Toll Highway
jol. i.:- .*Lr, Commission a h-cst $2B0 mil-
an"t o' b,-; ) lion worth with engineering on-
reamu, .- i. ly 9.02%, New York almost
a Im 1 ; i800 million worth with c:,. in-
headed hy- c. W. Harder eering costing 9.62%, the Flor-
dra, there are still many heads ida Turnpike Co mission built
to be chopped before the final 243 million worth with an en-
solution is rea' hed. gincering cost of 7.85%.
A case at point is the practice The average, where states do
of many federal agencies, and not maintain the luxury of huge
some states, to carry on their engineering staffs, is about 9%.
payrolls huge staffs of engin- Thus, the taxpayers to the State
eers. This has resulted in a de- of California, as well as all
cline in the use of private en- taxpayers who contribute to
gineering firms, with a resul- the federal grants to California
tant heavy cost to the public, roads, pay 15% more to help
maintain a huge California
At the present time the Bu- bureaucracy. In one year this
reau of Indian Affairs, the Park amounted to over $41 million.
Service, and many others have *
become "engineer happy." Or to put it another way, for
every 100 miles of highway
No one so far can come up built in Florida only 84 miles
with the true figures on what can be built in California.
this is costing the taxpayers. *
With California finding this
Perhaps best insight into the luxury so expensive, it causes
appalling waste involved is the shudders to even try to con-
example of the mammoth Cali- template what the Federal gov-
fornia highway building pro- ernment waste on engineering
grams, where figures and data costs totals. Bnt it all seems to
do exist. Most of this is paid follow a pattern. Socialize en-
for, of course, by Federal gineering, then take the next
grants. step. Eventually, everybody
could be either on the govern-
In addition, the California ment payroll, or relief, and the
highway department maintains theme song in Washington will
a staff of engineers, using no then be "I wonder where the
private engineering firms. The taxpayer went?"
@ National Federation of Independent Business
Garden Club Meets
Today In Ayers Home
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will meet today at 2 o'clock in the
home of Mrs. H. Y. Ayers. Co-hos-
tess will be Mrs. Paul Blount.
The program taken from Chap-
ter 3 in, "The Complete Book of
Flower Arrangement," will be
given by Mrs. Harry Forehand and
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
Mrs. Asa Montgomery and Mrs.
Ellen Kirkland h ave returned
home after spending a very en-
joyable vacation visiting-with Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery in
Cherry Point, N. C., and with Mrs.
J. K. Simmons in Silver Springs,
Md. They also visited points of in-
terest in Washington, D. C.
i::. y: budge......ed
FIX-UP FOR FALL WITH
HOME REPAIR LOANS
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* PAINTING I-
* FLOOR FINISHING .
* JALOUSIED PORCH -- ,'.|
* ROOF REPAIRS
* ELECTRICAL & -
* NEW SCREENS
* NEW WINDOWS ,' '
* NEW ADDITIONS ,
* LANDSCAPING- ,.
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Don't put off repairing until it's too late! Get Ready cash
here. Painting or repairing can be easily financed through a
Home Improvement Loan at Florida National Bank. Have your
contractor or building materials man give an estimate. Then,
visit us. We'll plan your money requirements at low rates with
long terms. Consult us today, no obligation!
Florida National Bank
At PORT ST. JOE
Member: FDIC and Florida National Group
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The Presbyterian Women
Organize For New Year
In the Presbyterian Church the showed the absolute necessity of
Women's Organization begins its the best possible Christian be-
new year in October. The newly havior and witness at all times.
elected officers for the coming Following the program a busi-
year take office at their first Gen- ness, discussion session was held.
eral Meeting in the new year. Ways for Christian growth and
They were installed at the morn- Christian witness were discussed
ing worship service by the Rev. and several suggestions were in-
R. D. Neese on September 13, corporate into the program for
1964. Those installed were: Mrs.
R. D. Neese, President; Mrs. H. A.
Smith, Vice-President; Mrs. S. R.
Brown, Jr., Secretary; and Mrs. H.
A. Campbell, Treasurer.
The General Meeting was held
at the Presbyterian Church on
Monday, October 5, at 4 o'clock.
The meeting was called to order
and Mrs. L. S. Bissett, Jr., led in
prayer. A most inspiring program
was given by Mrs. J. R. Smith on
the topic "Women and the
Church." Mrs. Smith pointed to
ways of Christian witness in the
family, the congregation, the com-
munity and the world. Mrs. Smith
the coming year.
A number of Coimunitiwe Chair-
men were appointed: Mrs. L. S.
Bissett, Personal Faith and Family
Life Resources; Mrs. R. M. Spill-
ers, Christian Action Resources;
Mrs. W. K. Settlemire, Ecumenical
Mission and Relations Resources;
Mrs. Carl Zimmerman, Leadership
and Resources. Other appoint-
ments were: Mrs. Charles Smith,
Historian; Mrs. Peggy Christian,
Bible Study Chairman; Mrs. R. D.
Prows ,Church Hostess.
Plans were made for the Circle
meeting on'October 12. All Pres-
byterian women are urged to be
A ROUND FACE?
A high, frothy hair-do
does wonders! Let our
trained stylists show you
how carefully contoured
coiffures with sides kept
very close, such as the
hair- do pictured can
make you look lovlier
We have added a Massage
Lounge for the conven-
ience of our customers.
^ Bs' 1 j,
Helene's Beauty Shop
Corner Monument Avenue and Fourth Street
present. The Bible study for the
year will be the book of Ephesians.
The first study will be an intro-
duction to Ephesians. The special
emphasis will be on Church Ex-
tension and a special offering will
be taken at this meeting to. be
placed in the building fund for the
new Presbyterian Church in St.
Joe. The meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. L. S. Bissett, Jr.,
on Hunter Circle at 4 o'clock.
A short devotional closed the
meeting and Mrs. S. R. Brown, Jr.,
dismissed with prayer.
The closing thought was a quote
from Mr. M. R. DeHaan. "If you
don't care to talk about Christ,
why should anyone want to lis-
Eta Upsilon Holds
Fall Rush Program
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi held its Fall Rush party
September 28 at the Florida Pow-
A "Roaring 20's" theme was
used in the atmosphere of the
A floor show consisting of the
Charleston, vocal solo and chorus
group was presented by present
Following the floor show a
Charleston contest was held apd
several games were played.
Delightful refreshments were
served by the sponsor, Mrs. Ber.
The following rushees attended:
Jo Brown, Nickie Duggar, Virginia
Harrison, Faye Hudson, Sherry
Hurlbut, Beth Lawrence, Betty
Lewis, Charlotte Nedley, Carol
Portera, Ann Pridgeon, Martha
Sanborn, Betty Scott and Linda
Benefit Bridge Will
Raise Project Funds
A benefit bridge party will be
sponsored by the Beta Sigma Phi
on October 22 at 8:00 p.m.
The bridge party will be held in
the Stac House and admission will
Proceeds from the project will
go to finance service projects of
the Beta Sigma Phi.
a wa :L
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, F.orida
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1964
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Pen
tecostal Holiness Church on Gar-
rison Avenue gave a going away
party for James Gosnelle. It was
held in the home of Rev. and Mrs.
Hubert White. A social hour was
enjoyed by all, as the many friends
sent him off with their best wishes
and prayers as he studies for the
ministry. He is attending Holmes
Theological Seminary in Green-
ville, S. C.
His wife, Bernice, and daughter,
Karen, will remain in Port St. Joe
as he finishes his studies.
A going away party was given,
also, in the Pentecostal Holiness
Church for Mr. and Mrs. Willy
Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
were members of the church and
they will be greatly missed by all.
They left Saturday to make their
home in the suburbs of Orlando
where Mr. Johnson will be em-
ployed by Florida Power Co.
Returns From Vacation
Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon returned
home Tuesday from a two week
vacation with her daughter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harris
and children in Greenville, S. C.
NOW GOING ON ... BOYLES GREATEST OCTOBER
Fall 1964 Campaign Sale
EXCLUSIVE SHOPPING FOR WOMEN,
CHILDREN and INFANTS IN STORE
NUMBER I MAIN FLOOR
Seamless or Full Fashioned Nylon
Hose pr. 25c
With A Shoe Purchase, $2.99 and up
STORE NO. 2 Second Floor Bal-
cony Devoted exclusively to a
complete line of clothing and shoes
for Men and Boys.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
$1.00 Value Banlon
With each Shoe Purchase, $5.99 and up
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Guillot,
306 5th Street, Highland View, an-
nounce the birth of a aby girl,
Serena Lee, September 25.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McArdle, 612
Garrison Ave., announce the birth
of a daughter, Melinda Rena, Sep-
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wayne
Nelson, 517 4th Street, announce
the birth of a son, Kenneth Wayne,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Monroe
Burkett, Route 3, announce the
birth of a daughter, Patricia Ann,
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Daniels, 506
Main St., announce the birth of a
baby girl, Freddie Jean, Septem-
served tuna fish salad, saltmes,
strawberry cream pie, iced tea and
coffee to the nineteen members
Th next meeting will be held
October 12 at the Stac House.
READ THE CLASSIFIED
Sgt. John W. Player of the ADC, helps guard the north-
ern Atlantic air routes against sur-
Serving In Iceland prise enemy attack.
KEFLAVIK, Iceland Master The sergeant's wife is the for-
Sergeant John W. Player, Jr., of mer Clara M: McFarland.
Port St. Joe, Fla., recently joined.
with personnel of his U. S. Air OES Official to
Force unit in marking the 40th an" .
niversary of the history-making Visit Local Lodge
first overseas flight into the
North Atlantic island country of The official visit of Sister
Iceland. Adele Robertson, Worthy Grand
Sergeant Player, son of John W. Matron of the Grand Chapter of
Player, Sr., of 311 Eighth Street, Florida, will be made to Gulf
Highland View, Port St. Joe, is an Chapter 191, Order of the Eastern
Air Force personnel technician Sta r T s e ni g t e 1
assigned to an Air Defence Com- Star, Tuesday evening, October 13
mand (ADC) unit now located near at 7:30 p.m.
Hofn, Iceland, at the site where A banquet will be held at the
Lieutenant Erik Nelson landed his Motel St. Joe at 6:00 p.m. All
aircraft in August 1924. Nelson members wishing to attend the
later took off from there to pilot b eswsh ntattn t
one of the first two globe-circlinb banquet should contact Mrs. Roy
flights. Burch, 229-2607 or Miss Clara
Sergeant Player's unit ,as part Pate by Friday, October 9.
STOP, Don't Shooft
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Many states pay $100,000
yearly and more to re-
place signs riddled by the
1 bullets of thoughtless
First Baptist W M U
Begins New Year
The WMU of the First Baptist 'G. W. Padgett, assistant commun-
Church met Monday, October 5 for ity missions; Mrs. George Davis,
the. first business meeting of the social chairman; Mrs. J. F. Pierce,
new church year with 20 members children's home chairman; Mrs.
Perry Elliott, flower chairman.
present. r Circle No. 3
Circles were organized as fol- Mrs. H. F. Ayers, chairman; Mrs,
lows: Asa Montgomery, co-chairman;
Circle No. 1 Mrs. Richard Saunders, secretary,
Mrs. Karl Marshall, Chairman; treasurer and publicity; Mrs. Tho-
Mrs. Aubrey Tomlinson, co-chair- mas Mitchell, prayer chairman;
man; Mrs. W. S. Smith, Secretary, Mrs. Pearl Smith, prayer chairman;
treasurer and publicity; Mrs. Em- Mrs. L. Z. Henderson, mission stu-
mette Daniell, program chairman; dy chairman; Mrs. J. F. Daniell,
Mrs. W. 0. Nichols, mission study stewardship chairman; Mrs. Milton
chairman; Mrs. Albert Blackburn, Chafin, bible study chairman; Mrs.
prayer chairman and community W. S. Quarles, community missions;
missions; Mrs. Wesley Ramsey, Mrs. E. H. Vanlandingham, chil-
children's home chairman; Mrs. dren's home chairman; Mrs. An-
Ralph Macomber, Bible study; Mrs. na Adams, enlistment chairman;
Clifford Tharpe, flower chairman; Mrs. Roy Irwin, social chairman.
Mrs. Emory Stephens, stewardship Circle No. 4
chairman and social chairman; Mrs. Mrs. W. J. Daughtry, chairman;
W. D. Dare and Mrs. E. H. Vittum. Mrs. W. L. Durant, co-chairman;
Circle No. 2 Mrs. J. J. Laurimore, secretary,
Mrs. C. D. Spears, chairman; treasurer, publicity; Mrs. J. D. Da-
'Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon, co-chairman vis, program chairman; Mrs. B. W.
and mission study chairman; Mrs. Wilder, prayer chairman; Mrs. T.
W. I. Carden, secretary, treasurer Campbell, community mission and
and publicity; Mrs. T. E. Parker, flower chairman; Mrs. T. J. Ward,
Sr., program and Bible study chair- ble study; Mrs Lonnie Bell,
man; Mrs. F. E. Trammell, stew- stewardship chairman; Mrs. J. A.
hardship chairman; Mrs. C. G. Cos- Garrett, social chairman; Mrs. P.
tni, Sr., community missions; Mrs. Petty, children's home chair-
Long Avenue G.A.'s All members are urged to be
present at church on Monday, Oc-
Have 'Japanese' Party tober 12 for the Royal Service pro-
gram. The topic will be "0 Wor-
The Girls' Auxiliary of the Long ship The King".
Avenue Baptist Church honored -------
their Councils with a Japanese din- e
ner in the church social hall on Mrs. Perrit Fetes
Saturday night. All were dressed
in Japanese attire and the dinner Golden Agers
was served on a low table Japanese
style. Mrs. Calla Perritt entertained
The girls wish to thank Mrs. M. members of the Golden Agers
L. Britt for helping them with the when they met Tuesday, Septem-
arrangements. ber 29 at her home on Marvin Ave-
Councilors for the group are nue.
Mrs. B. L. Huckabe and Mrs. Her- The club president, Mrs. E. H.
man Barbee. Vanlandingham opened the meet-
ing with prayer and a short busi-
S.. -- ness meeting was held to make
Plans for future meetings.
:- .'' ". The group was entertained with
S party games and Mrs. Perritt and
*'''.- co-hostass Mrs. Ivey Williams
ik -,'r..- *. W dh~ H "!! v \ --Jf _-. ..
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See them at
getting enough men to fill the 483's. as she bowled a 453 series. Good
i w roster. This about covers the action for bowling, Dana!
B O W in g NV eW S However, I must say at this last Thursday night at St. Joe Bowl- Elise and Vance Rogers bowled
point: Vitro and St. Joe Natural ing Lanes. However, ye old re-
Gas have only bowled for 12 points porter would like to make a com- identical series for Wiley's Supply
COMMERCIAL LEAGUE This takes care of number 1 and against the other teams' 16 points. ment or two. with their 472 scores.
(Too late for last week) number 2 slots. Number 3 slot is Considering this, their league Team No. 6 (no sponsor), Cos- Russ & Son's Distributors were
The Commercial bowling league held by the Coast Guard team, standings might improve if they tin's and Vitro are all old hands at the victors on lanes five and six
is still-suffering from the effects Cape San Blas ,with nine points. It could catch up with the rest of the the game of bowling. They had best against Team No. 5, thanks to Troy
of Dora. The second week of the is evident that the first three slots league. They have a make-up game be on their guard .when they bowl Gay's 549 series. This included a
season was interrupted by the an- can very easily be switched around to bowl. against the three new teams in the 222 game.
ticipation of Dora's arrival and no after tonight's bowling. Here's about what happened last league. These new teams (Butler's Bill. Sweazy bowled high for
teams bowled Thursday night, Sep- The last three places tell a dif- Thursday night, September 24: Club 98, Cape San Blas, and St. Joe Team No 5 with a 432 series. Mary
tember 10. The following Thursday ferent story, however. The next On lanes 3 and 4, Costin's chunk- Natural Gas) are composed of new Roberts was high for the girls with
night, the 17th of September, saw team (4th) is Butler's Club 98. They ed against Team No. 6 (no sponsor). bowlers. They are rolling along a 355 series.
four teams bowling doubleheaders have taken 5% points. As you can They chunked pretty well too. In now with these 390's and 420's and
and two teams bowling only one see, there is quite a gap between fact, they done good. Of course, are establishing some averages that eam standings: W. L.
series each. This put ye old re- the top three and the bottom three., they said it wasn't nothing to take are going to be hard to bring up Russ & Sons Dist. ____--------9 3
porter on the spot. The records Last year's League champions three points from Team No. 6 (no as the season'rolls along. However, Wiley's Supply _____8 4
were not up-to-date by press time (The Vitro Vipers) are doing real sponsor). It was so easy they only all the bowlers are improving even Team No. 1 8 4
and for that matter, they still are- well if you call 5th place real used four men against team No. 6 though their averages don't show Team No. 5 4 4
n't. The two teams that haven't well Keep u pthe good work boys (no sponsor). They said they would it. With these low averages they Team No. 3 2 10
bowled their make-up games have and you'll come marching home just save the other man to use if have the most dangerous potential Team No. 6 1 7
put the records in chaos. However, LAST. they "really" had to bowl against of any of the other experienced
"here are the standings (from what The bottom is occupied by St. a team. Just to prove their point, teams. It all adds up to this: This,
we can make out). Joe Natural Gas. The team cap-I John Hanson struck out in the 1lth season should be one of the best
Out in front is Team No. 6 (no tain, Jim Beamon, hasn't much to frame of the last g&me for a roar- and truly the most competitive of
sponser), with 10/2 points to their say, excepting that the team would ing 115 game. However, John said Commercial's history.
credit. Following "right on their do better if it could bowl with five he could do better if it was neces-t So far, here are the league's best.
heels" is Costin's with 10 points, men for once. Jim has had trouble sary. Coston's, was led to victory Team No. 6, with a 2,464 series;
by two "500" series, B. Barlow with Costin's with a 2,428 series, and
a 562 and Ashley Costin with a Vitro with a 2,360.
FIRCT METff00KT CHU RI H 509. I Wayne Smith has the highest
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 5Well, Team No. 6 (no sponsor) 'nes thus far, which is a 595. B.e .
Intersection Monument and Constitution took a "breather" Th-irsday night. J. Richards is next with a 563, fol- t -
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, DD., Minister They said they could "give" Cos- .. by B. Barlow with a 562.
tin's three points a AR still be ij We have a few men who have hit
Church School 9:45 A.M. first place. ea.... spon- 200. They are:
'MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. sor) had one 500 series. This was Wayne Smith 223
MORNING WORSHIP 11.00 A.M. by Wayno L- He Wilbur House 209
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M. couldhave .done better but he was B. Barlow 206 :
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. using -someone else's ball. Jimmy Costin 205 "
Bible Study (Wednesday) .-------------.... 7:30 P.M. On lanes 5 and 6, Vitro played Ashley Coston 200 ) \-I
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives" and Butler's Club 98 bowled. Bowl- Ye old reporter has nothing else "-' > \
Sed good enough to take three to say excepting that you are all
i points from Vitro. Vance Rogers, invited to come out and watch the
with a 486, and Winkie Stern, with teams bowl each Thursday night
D I'a 459, led Butler's to victory. B. J. at the St. Joe Bowling Lanes. They
IRST BAPTIST CHURCH Richards was high man for Vitro start at 7:30 p. m. Nothing makes ,
I with a.480 series (66 pins under his you bowl worse, than the thought
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor average), followed by Danny Mad- of someone watching you. "-,
dox with a 431.
S SUNDAY SCHOOL .... 9:30 A.M. On lanes 7 and 8, St. Joe Natural Guys ,and Dolls Winter League
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. Gas took three points from th Te Guys & lls Winter League
MICoast Guard team. St. Joe Natural Ts
EVENING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M. Gas was led to victory by McCor- has gotten off to a rather slow
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION----- ----6:15 P.M. mack and Jim Beaman, with hav start this season. We believe we CHOCOLATE MILl
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:45 P.M. ing a 483 series. On the losing end have it all straightened out now.7, Delight the kids
!was the Coast Guard led by Wilbur and we're looking forward to a lot
"Come and Worship God With Us" House with a 483. Those boys must of fun. after-school snacks
hi,,. i,,bt,,.... i ,in ,,n,,h. We have some new bowlers and
I'd like to welcome them to the
world of bowling and please don't
get discouraged. You will get bet-
ter as the season progresses as
us "old timers" get worse.
On lanes one' and two, Friday
night, Team No. 1 took three points
from Team No. 3, allowing them
only one point. Wayne Ward bowl-
ed high for Team No. 1 with a 479
series,- including a 200 game. This
is pretty good for some one just
out of the hospital. Glad to see you
up and around again, Wayne.
Donna Ward was high for the girls
with a 432 series.
Jim and Connie Faught were
high for Team No. 3 with their se-
ries of 471 and 329.
Team No. 5 won three points
over Wiley's Supply on lanes three
and four. Wayne Smith led the vic-
tors with a 569 series, with a game
Dana Rose is setting a good pace
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"r o w n fw s were playing it close so Vitro pleased with the outcome of'the
"BoW ling N e W S would not feel too badly about match. However, they were good
being beaten by three men. The sports. They smiled when Ashley
three points taken by Costin's said he enjoyed 'the bowling.
LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE 165 pins over his average Thursday boosted them up to first place. Evidently the Vitro boys took it
Lanes 1 and 2 saw West Florida night. It's bowling like this that Evidently they weren't joking to heart, because Sunday after-
Gas take three games from Jitneyi tears the opposing team to shreds. about beating Vitro with three noon, they took four points from
Jungle. As stated, St. Joe Natural Gas men. St. Joe Natural Gas in their make.
Lanes 3 and 4 with Pate's win- T, he Vitro boys weren't overly up game
ning three games from Beaman's. Dropped three points to Butler's.
Lanes 5. and 6 with Whitfield There is no apparent reason for g" --*---- ** a-
Strikers taking three games from them to have lost because four of I
Rich's. the five men bowled over their
Lanes 7 and 8 with Amison's averages. The team was led by Jim
taking three games from Team 8. Beaman with a 477, followed by
There was some good bowling on Joe Strickland with a 455. Team
all lanes. Must have been due to captain, Jim Beaman, is not overly AND"B AR
several new balls being used. (eh. concerned with the team standing. AND AR ET
girls). Jerry Freeman bowled high He says that they are just "coast-
fo rall lanes with a 452 series. ing" now ,but pretty soon they will
Good bowling, Jerry. "cut loose." They are in the proc-
Standings: W. L. ess of establishing themselves a
E. L. Amison's _______14 1 nice solid average at the present
Whitfield Strikers -11 5 time. He said that he would prob-
West Fla. Gas __------ 9Y2 6% ably "turn them loose" after the
Pate's Shell ---------9 7 second round was over.
Jitney Jungle _______ 7 9 The Coast Guard team boosted
Rich's 6 10 their standing from third to second
Team 8 5 11 place by taking three points from
Beaman's 1/2 1412 Team No. 6. With as much spirit as
the Coast Guard team had, Team
MERCHANT'S LEAGUE No. 6 was lucky to save even one
Thursday night was another ex- point. You just can't beat a team
citing night at the Lanes. We saw that has plenty of spirit. (Believe
Team No. 3 take four big points me, they had plenty of spirit!) To
from Richards Raiders. St. Joe prove this, high man for the team
Bowling Lanes split with 13 Mile was 8. Seigler with a 407, followed
Oyster Co., as did Michigan Chemi. by Wilbur House with a 405.
cal and Vitro. Never-the-less, they took three
Johnny Marshall and Frankie points from Team No. 6 which
Scott led their team to victory with was in first place.
440 and 439. Joe Richards and Jim Team No. 6 was led by Wayne
Faught were high for the Raiders Smith with a 519. Wayne bowled
with a 505 and 490 series. Jim had with his new ball and he was hay-
the high game for the night, a big ing quite a bit of trouble. Other-
211 first game. wise, he would have had a good
Smith and Pizza were high for series. He was followed by Robert
the Lanes with 584 and 534. Montgomery with a 451. The three
Smith's 584 is the high series for point loss took them from first
the season. 13 Mile salvaged the place to third. However, they are
split with St. Joe Lanes behind the only a half game out of second.
clutch bowling of Joe Padgett and On lanes 7 and 8, Coston's took
i Wayne Ward. Vitro. Before the games, it was
Frank Griffin led the Chemical overheard that Costin's could take'
team to two points with steady enough points from Vitro without
bowling from all the team. Vitro bowling five men to take first
could manage only two points. This place. They let Jimmy Coston and
was due to the good bowling of John Hanson stay at home. Ashley
Troy Gay. Coston, Billy Barlow, and George
Small took it on themselves to
GULF CO. LADIES LEAGUE trim Vitro. Coston's won the first
13 Mile Oyster Co. and Nedley's game by one pin; won the second
Florist met on lanes 1 and 2 last game by a landslide, and let Vitro
Wednesday night. They each won win the third game. They won total
+ .... ... DanaRo s hiah, pinfall by four pins. They said they
bowler for 13 Mile with a 407 se-
ries and she packed up the baby
split. Donna Ward rolled .a 368.
Ann Tison had a 323 for Nedley's
and Charlotte Nedley had a 297.
Comforter's beat Glidden Chemi-
cal Co. all four games on lanes 3
and 4. Elise Rogers bowled a 470
series for Comforter's with games
of 168-140-162. Maxine Jensen add-
ed a 448. Barbara Tharpe rolled a
game of 164. Jean Stoufer had a
nice series of 487 for Glidden. She
bowled games of 163-157-167. It's a
losing battle, huh, Jean? Samme
Dean added a 355.
St. Joe Furniture and St. Joe
Laundry were on lanes 5 and 6
St. Joe Furniture won three games
as Evelyn Smith rolled a 483- se-
ries. She had games of 159-167-
157. Ruby Lucas did real good with
a 463 series. Punk Daughtry rolled
a 398 for the Laundry. Brenda
Perry helped with a 390.
Lanes 7 and 8 saw Florida Na-
tional Bank win three games from
Faye's Grill. Connie Kirkland was
high for the Bank with a 411. Joy
Nell Davis had a 344. Zela Adams
bowled a 409 for Faye's and Ollie
O'Neil added a 380.
Team Standings: W. L.
Comforter's _----------132 6/2
Florida Bank --------13 7
St. Joe Furniture ----12A 7V2
13 Mile 11 9
Nedley's 8 12
Faye's 8 12
Glidden 7 13
St. Joe Laundry _----- 7 13
Commercial Bowling League
A man with field glasses was
seen on the rooftop across the
street observing the kindergarten
children playing. Alarmed, the
teacher called for the police. When
Buck arrived on the scene, he dis-
covered that it was only Billy Joe
Bichards, team captain of the Vi-
tro Vipers, scouting for recruits.
Last Thursday night and Sunday
afternoon wrapped up the first
round of bowling for this season.
At the close of the round, Costin's
is in first place with 13 wins. The
Coast Guard team is in second
pace with 12 wins. Team No. 6
is in third place with ll1V1 wins.
Vitro is in fourth place with 10
wins. Butler's Club 98 is in fifth
place with 8'/ wins, followed by
St. Joe Natural Gas with five wins.
Thursday night Butler's Club 98
won three of the four points from
Sa. Joe Natural Gas. The team was
led by Winkie Stern with a 515
series, followed by Vance Rogers
with a 468. These two men have
been the backbone of the team
thus far. A large portion of credit
for the three-point win has to go
to Wanda Butler. Wanda bowled
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s. calendar months from the date of Editor: Wesley R. Rams
MAS J. CHUMNEY, the first publication of this notice. St. Joe, Florida.
defendant. Each claim or demand must be in Managing Editor: Wesley
DIVORCE writing and must state the place sey, Port St. Joe, Florida.
CE TO: THOMAS J. CHUM- or residence and post office ad- 7. Owner: Wesley R.
Y, whose place of residence dress of the claimant and must be Port St. Joe, Florida.
post office address is un- sworn to by the claimant, his agent, 8. Known bondholders,
wn: or his attorney, or it will become gees, and other security
or before the 26th day of void according to law. owning or holding 1 per
er, A.D., 1964, the defendant, Dated this 2nd day of October, more of total amount of
as J. Chumney, is required to A. D. 1964. mortgages or other secure
upon Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Leslie D. Spillers, there are none, so state): 1
iff's Attorney, whose address Administratrix of the Estate A. Total No. Copies Print
Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, of R. M. Spillers, Deceased. Press Run). Average No.
a, a copy of and file with th- William J. Rish, each issue during precec
of said Court, the original 3C3 Fourth Street months, 1,700; Single issue
answer to the Bill of Coin- Port St. Joe, Florida, to filing date, 1,750.
filed against him herein. Attorney for Administratrix. B. Paid Circulation--1. I
'NESS my hand and official 10-8 subscribers by mail, carrie
f said Court at Wewahitchka, ery or by other means -
County, Florida ,this 11th day No. copies each issue duri
ptember, A.D., 1964. STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, ceding 12 months, 1,670; Si
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE, MANAGEMENT AND sue nearest to filing date,
Clerk, Circuit Court CIRCULATION D. Total No. of copies dis
UIT COURT SEAL) 4t-9-17 (Act of October 23, 1962; Section (Sum of lines Bl, B2, ai
4369, Title 39, United States Code) Average No. copies each iss
IN THE COTTNTY JUDGE'S 1. Date of Filing: October 1, 1964. ing preceding 12 months:
COURT CUOTTNTF OUNTY 2. Title of Publication: The Star. Single issue nearest to fili]
FLORIT.DA. I N POBATEY, 3. Frequency of Issue: Weekly. ,1,750.
LYCE G. ASK:NASY,
CE Od rr "'!"-'T'ON- r.lA'ni..
S.FINAL EI$S:2!AR G: OF
ADMINISTRATOR C )
LL WHOM IT MAY /r; LJ o
ice is hereby given that I F
filed my final returns as Ad-
rator of the Estate of Alyce
renasy, deceased; that I have
my petition for final dis-.
and that I will apply to the
able Sam P. Husband,,County
in Gulf County, Florida, on
er 28, 1964, for approval of
ime and for final discharge
ministrator of the Estate of ", 4
G. Askenasy, deceased.
the 24th day of September,
2s/ SILAS R. STONE, E
Administrator of the BOYS ..
Estate of Alyce G. Aske- .
nasy, deceased. 4t-9-24
STRATiON OF FICTITIOUS
the undersigned, being duly
do hereby declare under
hat the names of all persons
sted in the business or pro-
Scarried on under the name
JNNON INSURANCE AGEN-
t 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. B y Shir
lorida, and the extent of the Boys' Flanne S he ir s
st of each, is as follows:
Hannon, 100%. H OV
/s/ FRANK HANNON 1.49 VALUE EI= e
OUR REG. 49c
Attractive prints. Ideal for sleep-
wear and other uses. Completely
office of I certify that the statements Air Station, Cherry Point, N. C.
county, made by me above are correct and h i
ms Ave., complete. He has been assigned duties with
Florida- WESLEY R. RAMSEY. Marine Aircraft Group 24, a unit
quarters of the Second Marine Aircraft
s of the Ernest C. Wimberly Wing as an aircraft radio techni-
306 Wil, clan.
Florida. ReportS to N. C. Base Wimberly assists in inspecting
of Pub- and maintaining aviation electronic
;ing Edi- CHERRY POINT, N. C. (FHTNC) equipment, including: detection,
R -Marine Private First Class Ern- communication, navigation and
Ramsey, est C. Wimberly, son of Mrs. Bru- target equipment.
ey, Port nell C. Wimberly of 1323 Long A graduate of Port St. Joe High',
Ave, Port St. Joe, Fla., reported School, he entered the service in#
R. Rem- September 2, to the Marine Corps July 1963.
mortga- You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Sbondsr Long Ave. Baptist Church
ted (NetCorner Long Avenue and 16th Street
ding 12 SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
To term EVENING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M.
Average BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .............. 6:15 P.M.
ing pre- PRAYER SFRVICE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
tribute VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
sue dur- REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
: 1,700; Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
Girls' Car Coats
REG.2.99'44 REG.3.99 33 $CEG.5.99
Sizes Sizes Sizes
2To4 3 To 14 3 To 14
Boys' Vinyl Jackets Girls' Morpul Anklets
REG. 599 Non-ravel, triple roll tops. Ny- P$1
Long wearing, leather like vinyl; corn- Ion reinforced. White in
plelely washable. Black, loden or blue. sizes 8 to II.
Sizes 6 to 18.
Women's Shift Gowns Girls' Panties
REG. 1.99 & & GUARANTEED ONE YEAR m F C
80% acetate, 20% brushed nylon. 1 V Sanitized run-proof tricot, elas- 0
Lace and embroidery 'trims. Pastel tic leg styles. White and colors. R
colors. Sizes medium and large. Sizes 2 to 14. 4
Women's Panties Seamless Nylon Hose
GUARANTEED ONE YEAR! IF$ Choose from mesh or plain
Sanitized tricot, full cut, run- 0 knit. Newest fall shades.
proof. White and colors. R Sizes 81 to 11.
Sizes 5 to 10.33
MEN'S SWEAT SHIRTS
* $1.39 Value
* Fleece Lined m
* Sizes S, M, L sb
AND BOYS' Cowboy Boots
MADE BY FAMOUS 'ACME'
Re Re..99 Reg.399 Reg.5.9 6.99 90
SIZES SIZES SIZES
5 to8 0 8 to3 2 to6 U
2 Registered Pharmacists On Duty
0 c 4t-9-24
%l~ C I I w I .lk~-e I -- POMN -
AVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STAMPS!
S SPECIALS FOR OCTOBER 7 THROUGH 13
Our Best Center Cut
Not the Cheapest, but non bet-
ter anywhere, Our Own Made
Small and So Tender
End BACON 5 lbs.
HOCKS 3 1bs. 4 r
BEEF LIVER 3 bs.
IDEAL FOR BROILING PROTEIN NO. 7
Proten 7 Steak 59c
SALT PORK ib. 29c
"FROM THE SMOKE HOUSE TO YOU"
Georgia Country Smoke House
SAUSAGE, HAMS, SHOULDERS and SIDES
DE LUXE BEEF RIB'
RICH'S HAS THE BEST .. THE FRESHEST... and THE CHEAPEST PRODUCE IN THE SOUTH Compare Our Price & Quality!
NEW FALL CROP
BEST FLAVOR HOME GROWN
U. S. NO. 1 IRISH
WITH $5.00 ORDER
New Crop Red or Gold. Del.
MRS. GLEN KNIGHT
of Oak Grove was the
$45.00 IN CASH
At RICH'S last week. Also
several baskets of fruit and
vegetables given away to per-
P OL E
4 for 19c
Large Bags Tender
Fresh Shelled Daily Blackeye
LEMONS doz. 29c
Idaho Baker 5 Lb. Bag
Best Select Irish
* SHOP RICH'S SAVE CASH NOT STAMPS *
REGISTER at RICH'S for
TO BE GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY -- 4 P.M.
You Must Be Present To Win Jackpot!
If winner is not present he or she will receive
$5.00 and balance will go into next week's
,-, -. ,M .-, .
Also FREE BASKETS of FRUIT
and FRESH FARM VEGETABLES
NO. 303 CAN
5 LB. BAG
Limit 5 Lbs. with $10.00 Order
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
WITH $5.00 ORDER
Kraft Miracle, 6 Stick
REG. 31c -
5 LB. BAG
Gal. (Reg. 98c)
Supreme Round V2
YOUR TOTAL WILL BE CHEAPER at RICH'S
Plus One Dozen Ga. Grade 'A' Large
With $10.00 Order or More
THESESPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY MORNING ONLY, OCT. 7th, 8:00 to 12:30 SHOP RICH'S WEDNESDAY AND SAVE MORE!
Ground Beef -- 3 Ibs. 69c
Ground Chuck __ 3 Ibs. $1.39
Breakfast Ham ----lb. 59c
Pillsbury White or
18 Oz. Jar
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STAMPS
~ 1a lRaaa
SAVE A LITTLE EVERY DAYI
~STOKELY'S 14 OZ.
SAVE A LITTLE EVERY DAY!
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
YOUR DRUG STORE
'Buzzet's Drug Store
Drive-In Window Service
317 Williams Ave.
NOTICE. OF ELECTION, ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
a Special Municipal Election of
freeholders will be held in the
:City of Port St. Joe, Florida, on
the 10th day of November, 1964,
between the hours of 7:00 o'clock
k^M. and 7:00 o'clock P.M., at the
following polling. place
City Hall in Port St. Joe
at which said. election there will be
submitted to the duly qualified
electors of the City of Port St. Joe
Who are freeholders, for approval
ot rejection, an Ordinance adopt-
ed by the City Commission of the
City of Port St.' Joe oh the 15th
day of September, A. D. 1964, en-
titled as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 134- ,
An Ordinance granting a thir-
ty year franchise to Gulf Cable-
Vision Co., Inc., its successors
,and assigns, to construct, erect,
install, repair, extend, maintain
and operate a system of lines of
television coaxial cable, closed
circuit television and pay televi-
sion, including poles, wires, fix-
tures and other apparatus where
necessary upon, along, under and
over streets, parkways and pub-
lic grounds, grass plots, bridges
and viaducts, in the City of Port
St. Joe, Florida, for the purpose
f.. laying, repairing, extending
and maintaining, coaxial cable
poles, wires and other apparatus
used in connection with said bus-
iness, setting forth the conditions
and limitations accompanying
the grant of said franchise; set-
ting forth the calling of a special
election; providing for an effec-
tive date; providing for maxi-
mum- rateo theeff6or; providing
compensat.1ie to "' r-'w sori
St. Joe, Flrida, f6r'-1iI granhtinig
of said franchise; and providing
for. a forfeiture 'ifi the event of
violation of said grant, and re-
pealing all ordinances in con-
J. B. WILLIAMS, 4t
City Auditor 9.*Ad Clerk
NOTICE TO ALL FREEHOLDERS
ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Notice is hereby given that the
City Registration books will be
open at.the office of the City Clerk,
City Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida for
a period from 9:00 A.M., October
9, 1964 through 12:00: o'clock. noon
October 31, 1964, for the purpose
of registering persons who have
been residents of this city for the
past six months and of the State
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
Foresters To Meet
(Continuea From Page 1)
ates and chip boards.
The second day's program will
be moderated by Don Adams, Di-
rector of Agricultural Develop-
ment, Florida Power and Light,
Miami. Speakers and topics: Wil-
liam M. Ryan, Director of Market
Analysis, St. Regis, New York City
-Techniques of Market Analysis;
Hal Davis, V. P. Gray Advertising,
New York City-Techniques of Ad-
vertising; Robert Carter, Instructor,
College of Business, University of
Florida-Techniques of Sales; Ru-
fus Page, Food Scientist, South-
eastern Forest Experiment Station,
Asheville, N. C.--Hurricane Dam-
age to Houses.
There will also be a business ses-
sion on the second day.
Chairman-elect is Les Johnson of
The Florida chapter has more
than 400 members and 150 are ex-
pected at the bi-annual meeting.
Convention headquarters will be
in the Doral Hotel, Miami Beach.
Divers Club Gets
On Thursday night of last week
,the Port St. Joe High School Di-
vers Club had the first. of a ser-
ies of lessons in diving and diving
Safety. The instructor,' Ronnie'
G.ro0m, a profesisonal diver from
Panama City, gave demonstrations
of the basic equipment tb the eight
members present. He began with
the basics; the mask, and fins and'
moved up -to the more complex,
The Club took its first lesson
in a pool owned by Bob Sidwell of
Mexico Beach. 'The members wish
to express their thanks to Mr. Sid-
well for the use of his pool.
' This series of lessons will coin-
tinue for approximately six weeks
with the help of Mr. Groom.
of Florida for one year, and who
The City registration books will
be open between the hours of
9:00 A.M., and 12:00 o'clock noon
and from 2:00 p.m. until 5:00
o'clock p.m. Monday through Fri-
day and from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00
o'clock noon on Saturday's for a
period from October 9 until 12,00
o'clock noon October 31, at which
time the registration books will
close. All persons -who are Free-
holder electors in the City are re-
quired to registered.
J. B. WILLIAMS 10-8
City Auditor and Clerk
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, gULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROQBATE,
In Re: Estate of
MARIE E. JONES,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Marip f Jo e4 deceasedd, are he,e-.
by iot -ied and required t j file
any claims or demands w-iich'they
may have against SP d estate in
ahe office of the .. county Judge of
Gulf CountYd te'orida, in the Court-
house at ,:'ewahitchka, Florida,
''ithii 'l x (6) calendar months
-frd a.*hz. date of the first publica-
tion of this notice. Each claim' or
demand must be in writing and
-must. state the place, or residence
and post office:address of the clai-
mant and must be sworn to by the.
claimant, his agent, or his attor-
ney, or it will become void accord-
ing to law.
/s/ A. Morgan Jones, Jr.
/s/ Elizabeth J. Tomlinson
/s/ Mae Jones Dean
SILAS R. STONE,
321 Reid Avenue 4t
Port St. Joe, Florida 10-8
Attorney for Executors
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1964
Pulp Mill clobbered the Chem-
ists from the Laboratory; Mainten-
ance and Glidden, Millwrights and
Paper Mill, as well as Box Plant-
and Meter Shop, all divided their
games for the evening.
Pulp Mill took advantage of the
Laboratory coolness to hog all four
points from the poor Chemists. Big
Joe Davis turned in a stupendous
603 series, including a 257 game
to set a hot pace for the Pulp.
Both game and series are high for
the league, as well as a personal
high for Joe.
The .verdict on Laboratory, Tom
Parker, Cold; Baynard Malone, ice
cold; J. C. McArdle, cool and
Vance Rogers, luke warm.
On lanes 3 and 4, either team
didn't seem to want the points.
Glidden tried to out-sorry Main-
tenance but Maintenance wasn't to
be out-sorried and they divided,
The Millwrights asked Paper c |
Mill to go ahead and have the I
first stanza, and they did. The Pa-'
per boys said, "thank you, now
you boys have one," and so the
Millwrights took one. They could
come to no agreement in the fin-
als and so they thought enough
damage had been done and called'
John 'McKenzie; matched Tom
Thornton for high honors as both
Wayne Smith and-Marvin Bear-
den riied, to capture some points
fori Box Plant. Strick Strickland
and Wesley Adkins for Meter 'Shop
asked them not to get but two as
they wanted two of the four. Most
anything was agreeable with Bob
Nedley, for Meter, and Charlie
Marshall for Box as they exchang-
ed low scores.
Prices Start At
RCA Clock Radio
Prices Start At
ST. JOE RADIO
& TV Company
Phone 227.4081 228 Reid Ave.
ThY'ee bedroom, frame house
fith oak floors near Grammar
School. Only $300 down. Total
price $8500.00. FHA financing.
Two bedroom house on Long
Avenue. $200 down. Total price,
$6,000.00. FHA financing.
Three bedroom masonry house
with 1% baths, large walk-in clos-
et. Buy owner's equity and assume
existing VA mortgage.
Reisterecd Real Estate Broker
Meter Shop 16
Paper Mill 16
Maintenance 13 1
Millwrights 13 1
Pulp Mill -__---- 12 ]
Box Plant 10 ]
Laboratory 10 1
Glidden 6 1
Midget Investments That Yield
K. C.'s Schedule Supreme Board of Directors of the standing record as a teacher, pro.
Knights of Columbus since August, fessional administrator, and chair-
Columbus Day 195, was appointed to the office of man and member of several boards
Deputy Supreme Knight by the of commissions in the public
C. W. Randolph, Grand Knight of Board of Directors in 1960 and to schools of Massachusetts prior to
Bishop O'Sullivan Council No. the office of Supreme Knight on his appointment as Deputy Suj
1647, Knights of Columbus, has February 22, 1964. preme Knight. He is a form F
announced that a Columbus Day Recipient of the honorary de- chairman and present member of
address by Supreme Knight John gree of Philosophy in Education in the Massachusetts State Board of
W. McDevitt, head of the million- 1956 from St. Michael's College of Education, and is at present prom-
member fraternal benefit society Winocski, Vermont, and the honor- inently associated with many efl-
of Catholic men, will be broadcast ary degree of Doctor of Laws from national and community service
at 1:05 P. M., October 12, over sta- St. Francis College, Biddeford, groups.
tion WJOE. Maine, on June 7, 1964, Dr. Mc-
Mr. McDevitt, a member of the Devitt is well known for his out- Say You Saw It In The Star
Standard Transmission. Radio and Heater
FUTURE FORDOR SEDAN
Automatic Transmission. Radidr
/ iS B we
6 Cylinder. Standard Transmission for best gas
- IIVIYEI -
FOR SALE: Office machine ribbons
for all popular machines. $1.00
The Star. Phone 227-3161.
"OR SALE: 4 bedroom house on
two lots. 405 Woodward Ave.,
>ort St. Joe. FHA loan available.
;300 down payment. Payments ap-
)roximately $64 monthly. Total
ost $9,700. Seller will pay FHA fi-
nancing charges. Occupancy im-
mediately. Call 227-4531, Port St.
Joe, or Ben Dickens, 385-1015, Tal-
ROOM FOR RENT: Call John W.
Brown. Phone 227-8541. tfc-7-16
FOR RENT or SALE: By owner, 3
bedroom masonry home. Located
on Marvin Ave. Phone 227-2336. tc
FOR RENT: First floor 2 bedroom
unfurnished apartment. 228%A
7th St. Phone 227-7761. tfc-6-11
FOR RENT: House at 214 7th St.
$40.00 month. Call 227-7846. 4t
352 Engine. Crusomatic transmission.
GALAXIES 500 FORDOR
289 Engine. Crusomatic Transmission
Power Steering. Radio ,
352 Engine. Cruisomatic Transmission
Radio. Power Steering
$3,371.00, Sticker 'Price
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot-
tage with large porch. On St.
Joe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone
FOR RENT: Garage apartment,
furnished. $50.00 a month. No
utilities furnished. 1015 Monument
Avenue. Call B. C. Gaillard 227-
7396, 1009 Mon. Ave. tfc-7-30
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment. Couple only. 1621 Monu-,
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641 or 227-
HELP WANTED: Man over 24, 1a-
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. Bq
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
St Parish House. 309 6th St. Port
'r Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3364 fo-
a ,her information or write P. 0.
Phn 22-3491..211.. Reid. A. FOR RENT: Furnishedt apartment
Phone 227-3491 211 Reid Ave. FORRENT or SALE: 1303 Marvin for adults only. Also 3 bedroom FORRENT: Furnished three roomoors,
FOR SALE: The J. D. Clark 1961 Ave. Unfurnished 2 bedroom unfurnished house. Call 229-1351. room, kitchen and bath. Located picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
4-door Comet. In exceptionally house. Den, living room, diningFORRENT Upstairsfurnished 131 Long Ave. Call229-3701. sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
good condition. Also other good room. 1250 sq. ft. living area. See FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished 13171/- Long Ave. Call 229-3701 sdPhone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
ableSept. nue. Phone 227-7421. tfe101 rag content bond, all sizes. On MOVING? Your MAYFLWE
FOR SALE: Beautiful old brick FOR RENT or SALE: 2 bedroom FOR RENT: Furnished brick home. ionskin, manuscript covers, carbon man is as near as your telephone.
home, 1800 sq. ft. livin garea, duplex on Palm Blvd. Single Large living room with fire place, paper, clips, fasteners, file folders. Call 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES
double carport with workshop and dwelling for sale, 2 bedroom. Easy dining groom, two large bedrooms Everything for the office. Th Star OF ST. JOE, across from the Post
utility storeroom. Lot 100' x 200' terms. Closing cost only. Also du- and garage. 1031 Long Ave. J. A. 227-3161.
landscaped front and ack, 75' con- plex for sale on lot street. Pur- Mira. 648-4128 or 227-2711. "HAVE A WONDERFUL CHRIST LOSE WEIGHT safely th new
create driveww. y; C- ji nd- chaser may assume mortgage. Easy FOR RENT: Furnished a"Prt'evH LO^S TI'S '(EAR." Sel' near
tiring t-.d hel 't-!d ki.- Leims. -Jai Ceeiel Gn, cosun, Jr. 1506 Long Ave. Phiov-3 ? T !?~? r-ur hbn Be happier mnd richer '' r. 12t'.-2-
cnen wltn buit-x, -omnets, oven- w:d o ...... A tent Bedroom r wrtn Avon. Write Mrs. Dorothy R.A..Regular convocation on .
range, refrigerator-freezer, garbage FO RENT: 3 bedroom house, un- FOR RETApartment. Bedroom, artiAvon ger, .Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M
disposal, and dinette table. Wall to furnished on St. Joe Beach. 6 living room, dining room. Phone M.S.S., Tallahassee or call 1s t and 3rd Mondays. 56,All visiti.M.ng
wall carpeting and wall to wall, month. Inquire Jim Mapes, 648- 227-8305 or write p. o. box 386. t 335.1818. companions welcome
floor to ceiling drapes in livingan on.
floor to ceiling drapes in living 3840. tfc-10-1 FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom fur- C LJOE EVANS, High Priest
room area Three bedrooms, large nrnished 2 bed nished and one 3-bedroom fur- FOR MASON SHOES see. C. LupOHN C. DICKEY, Secreta-r
paneled Florida room, living room FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- wished houses at Beach. 2-bedroom ton at 502 8th St.orMs my
sets.and dining room.ounted Cedar linel Master oom house. Convenient to furnished, 2-bedroom unfurnished Kilbourn phone 229-1521. 5t THERE WILL BE a regular corn-
sets. Pole mounted Channel Master school a controlsnd town. Phone 227-8536and 1-bedroom furnished houses in ----- -- munication Of Prt St. Joe Lodge
antenna with rotor and controls, after 5:00 p.m. ortSt. Joe. Enquire at Smith's WANTED: Salesman. $91.00 week No .111, F. & \ M., evii first
Located across from Constitution Prmac Phone 227-5111. tc to start. Ages 22 to 40. Married. and third Thu day at B0 p.m.
Park in the loveliest residential FOR RENT: Business property on Pharmacy, Phone 22 all Mr.Foeman,es 22 to 40.i5721,d.an d third T sa t ..
area of Port St. Joe, 109 Allen Mc- Highway 98. With living quarters FOR RENT: 10th St., 5 room house, ama City. 850 N. Magnolia. 2-10-8 /
morial Way. Phone 229-25771. $26,- connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6 unfurnished, $35 mo. 10th St., 2
600. Would consider trade. bedroom house furnished. $35 mo WI',LIS V. ROWAN,, POST 0 14 N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
O'Z RNT: 3 bedroom furnished FOR RENT: Rev. Harthern's beach' Long Ave., 5 room unfurnished TIlE AMERICAN LEGION, Te-, It. L. BURGE. S-cretary
house at St. Joe Beach or willshed cottage located at St. Joe Beach. house, $40 mo. See Mrs. Nora Du-- ing second and fourth 'Tupsy
sell with low down payment. J. Nicely furnished. Contact E. L. ren, Phone 227-5471 or phone 229- nights, 8:00 p.m. American Loun SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
SD. Clark, 227-7771. Lightfoot, Phone 227-8206. 3t-10-8 2941. 2c-l-16;Home. Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
196 MODEL CLOSE OUT SmAL
All Cars Carry New Car Warranty
Fordor Hard Top. LOADED
St. Joe Motor Company
Uc )'97_271 7 322 MONUMENT AVE.
All occupational licenses for the City
of Port St. Joe for the year 1964-65 are
due and payable on or before October 31,
Effective November 1, a penalty of
15% will be added thereto.
You are hereby requested to purchase
your occupational license on or before
October 31, 1964 in order to avoid said
J. B. WILLIAMS
City Auditor and Clerk
New l9o4 Mddels`