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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

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


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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1964


What Is It?
When Charles J. Stevens, manager of the Citizen's Federal
Savings & Loan Association of this city, opened a roll of half dol-
lars in the Florida National Bank at Port St. Joe he found the un-
usual coin pictured at the right above.
Opinion, among the experts, is divided on what the coin might
.be. Some say that because it appears to have been hastily made to
meet a temporary occasion it is a preview of an issue commemorat-
ing the poverty program. Since it is only half as large as the con-
ventional half dollar at the left, others swear its a new conservative
model.
However, the boys on the corner toss it off with the idea that
some joker dropped a twenty-five cent slug in the fifty cent
machine. .


Proclamation
American Education Week is
scheduled to be observed
throughout the state and nation
during the week of November
8-14, 1964. I am most pleased to
note that the Florida Education
Association, in cooperation with
the Florida Congress of Parents
and Teachers, the American Le-
gin, the State .Department of
Education, and the National
Education Association is invit-
ing our community along with
others to make this observance a
highly significant one on behalf
of our children, their schools,
and our country.
The fact that enlightened citi-
zens are successfully maintain-
ing our American democratic
government and simultaneously
are keeping up with new knowl-
edge and the demands ol rapidly
ehaunging 'times is reflected in
this year's theme, '"Education
Pays Dividends."
Now, therefore, 1, Frank Han-
non, MVIayor of Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, -do 'hereby proclaim the
week of November 8-14, 1964, as
American Education Week, and
do urge all citizens to join with
our teachers and school officials
in appropriate American Educa-
tion Week ceremonies.
FRANK HANNON,
Mayor.
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Deputy Sheriff Breaks Up
Illegal Game Friday
Deputy Sheriff Jim Barfield
broke up an illegal gambling op-
eration Friday night about 9:30
being operated behind a pool hall
in North Port St. Joe.
Barfield said that about 22 per-
sons were in the game when he
discovered it Friday and that sev-
.eral ., e-sts were -made.


Money Misunderstanding



Slows Progress of Library
A snag has developed in the
plan to provide Gulf County with
library services. The "snag" is. fi- Sharr s Put Forti Good Effort But
nances from the State of Florida S P
that would reportedly be forthcom-Lose to Bristol In Unusual Game
ing upon Gulf's entry into the pro-
gram but now has been reduced to The Port St. Joe Sharks lost
a fraction of the former presenta- their closest decision of the sea. Joe time. If it continues to rain all
tion. Another "snag" is a misun-,
derstanding as to just how Gulf's son last Friday night to th eBristol day today, the game will be played
portion of federal matching money Bulldogs, when they bowed in de- at the same time and place tomor-
is to be spent. feat to a 7-6 score. row night.
At the outset of the program, Coach Bobby Brown termed the
Gulf was promised matching -funds e the Sharks best effort of the eg Pann T
of $19,700 from the Federal Gov- game the Sharks best effort of the Legon inning
ernment and $7,498 from the State season. Stage Talent
of Florida, for providing one mill The Sharks dominated the ball Stage Talen Show
of funds, which in Gulf County for most of the game, but were .un. Post 116, American Legion is
amounts to about $15,000. able to convert a score until early planning some programs of much
All of this money was to be in the fourth quarter, interest to those of the surround-
pooled with the Bay-Washington On the Sharks first lay from ing area, according to John T.
County Library for a larger num- scrimmage, Bob Craig ran for 65 Simpson, Commander of the post.
ber of books to be available to yards but was caught before he The talent show is coming to
local people. It was the impres- could get to the end zone. The town again in the very near future.
sion of the Gulf County Commis- drive stalled on the 25 yard line A tentative date of December 4 at
sion that the lion's share of local, and the Sharks had to give up.the 8:00 p.m. has been set. It is ex-
state andfederalmoneywouldremainder of the first alf pected that a much larger show,
spent for Gulf County services. The remainder of the irsthalfand a show with a greater variety
An area meeting which was at- was a see-saw affair until the clos- of talent will be forthcoming as
tended last week by Commission ing seconds of the second period. much planning and programming
Chairman James McDaniell and A series of two penalties against is being donen a wider scope.
Library Board members Emmett the Sharks and a completed 20 yard he first rehearsal will be h eld at
Daniell and Ed Bandjough, has pass put the Bulldogs on the the Port St. Joe Elementary School
caused the seed of doubt to be Sharks one yard line with 19 sec- Auditorium Friday night, October
sown in the Commission's minds as bonds to go. The time ran out on 16, at 7:30 p.m. All interested per-
In it. lh h.... ., th lip,, i .,, the second play, but the referees ,, ... ,,


to Just Iow muc ll n Uo e- libraryy
fund money will actually be spent
solely for Gulf County.
At any rate, the county has vot-
ed not to turn loose any local
money until they have explained
in black and white what services
will be available to Gulf County
and as to what the distribution of
funds, obtained to Gulf's credit,
will be spent for Gulf County.

Junior High Squad To
Meet Quincy This Evening
Port St. Joe's Junior Hi squad
will meet the Quincy Junior High
squad on the local football field
at 4:00 p.m. this afternoon, wea-
ther permitting. The unior High
Squad defeated the Quincy team
earlier in the season, and as of this
game, are undefeated for the sea-
son.
Games coming up for the Junior
Sharks are: Thursday, October 22,
7:30 p.m., Carrabelle, there; Octo-
ber 29, Apalachicola here and No-
vember 5, Apalachicola, there,


county Faces Loss o




Peninsula Park Money


Due To Lack of Road
Jesse V. Stone, liaison man for the Florida Board of
Parks and Historical Memorials, for the construction of St.
Joseph's Peninsula Park, told the Board of County Commis-
sioners that construction of the 700 acre state park may be
delayed by as much as two and a half years if something def-
inite isn't decided soon on construction of. a road into the
park site. Stone supplemented information in a letter to
the County Board from Roy M. Brooks, assistant director
of the Board of Parks, stating the urgency of securing a
road right of way into the park site and some definite plans
toward construction of an access road.
The letter from Brooks pointed


out, and Stone substantiated, the
fact that the appropriation of $100,-
000 for park construction provid-
ed by the Legislature would revert
-back to -the State general fund in
June of next year unless it is used
on construction work. And con-
struction work will not begin un-
til an access road is provided.
The State has now told the Board
of County Commission that it wants
some definite commitment toward
providing a passable access road
made known by the middle of De-
cember of this year.
Stone pointed out that if the
money is not spent or plans made
for spending before the spring leg-
islature, the original grant would
revert back to the state 'treasury
and it would probably be the 1967
session of the legislature before
money would be provided for park
construction.
The main bottleneck in pro-
viding the road at the present
time is securing the right of
way. All right of way has been
provided with the exception .of
one stretch, which goes through
property owned by ,one Ed
Wright of Daytona Beach. Lt is
the assumption of the Board that
Wright does not intend to give
the right of way for the road
since nearly a year of negotia-
tions has failed to produce the
necessary grant.
Property owned by Wright in
the road path amounts to about
40 acres, according to Max W.
Kilbourn, county engineer con-
sultant.
As a result of the discussion
Tuesday, the County Board has de-
cided to meet with the area repre-
sentative of the State Road De-
partment and discuss joining the
SRD in a "declaration of .taking"
of the Wright property on the pe-
ninsula. Such action would give the
county and state immediate access
to the property and would leave
up to the courts the task of setting
a fair price for Wright's property.
Some Work Underway
Although an access road has not
yet been made available to the
new state park, work is still pro-
gressing as much as possible with
no accessible route to the area.
Dozer work has been performed
preparing camp sites, picnic areas
and other rough work in clearing
and preparing the site for construc-
tion. Actual construction of facili-
ties will not begin until trucks of
materials can be brought in to
the area.
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called off-sid s penalties on both .u. I 1 t me 11t. Last Rites Held for
teams. The Sharks, thinking the ducers on this date. Ls es Held for
Cth e sContact John T. Simpson, Albert
half was over, started to the dres- ontactJohn Simpson, bert James M Harris, 77
sing room but were called back by Thames, FE.Arnold Tanmiell, Gemmett
the referees. Bristol was given an- Cormick, Arnold Daniell, Emmett James M. Harris, age 77, passed
other play attempt and they made Daniellmber Tom Smith or any other away suddenly Thursday, October
the touchdown. The extra point member of the post for further 8 at the Blountstown Hospital. Mr.
was converted for one point. detal. Harris lived with his sister, Mrs.
The Sharks controled the ball Estelle Griffin in Wewahitchka.
for the entire third quarter, keep- John Drew Presents He is survived by three sons, J.
ing the Bulldogs in their own terri- Parody To Rotary Club A. of Charlotte, N. C., A. S. of
tory for the entire period. But de- Parkersburg, W. Va., J. T. of Nor-
spite this, the Sharks waited until An unusual program was pre- folk, Va., and one daughter, Mrs.
early in the last period before mak- sented to the Rotary Club last Evelyn Dobbs of Phenix City, Ala.,
ing a six pointer behind the run- Thursday. John Drew, former res- 11 grandchildren and 11 great
ning of Junior Nichols, Al Cathey ident of Port St. Joe and now of i grandchildren.
and Bob Craig. The extra point at- Jacksonville presented a comedy Funeral services were held Sat-
tempt failed, leaving the Sharks on parody of life in the U. S. today. urday morning at 10:00 a.m. at the
the short end of a 7-6 score. The program was enjoyed by the Wewahitchka Baptist Church con-
Charles Zimmerman, Charles Rotarians. ducted by Rev. W. J. Runnels and
Gibson and Jerry Parrish were Guests of the club were Wayne Rev. G. T. Hinton. The Masonic
stand-outs for the night in defen-l Buttram of Quincy, Bill Buzzett Lodge acted as pallbearers.
sive play. and Buck Chauncey of Apalachi- Burial was in the Linwood Cem-
To Wewa Tonight cola, Rex Buzzett and Robin Brown etery, Columbus, Ga., with Rev.
Tonight the Sharks will travel from the Port St. Joe High School, Pierce Wilcox conducting grave-
to Wewahitchka where the "B" Bob Stores of Jacksonville, Randy side services.
squad will try out the first year Gilmore of Fort Walton Beach and Comforter Funeral Home was in
Gators. Game time is 8:15, Port St. John Hanson of Port St. Joe. charge of arrangements.


All Freeholders Must
Register to Vote
City Auditor and Clerk J. B.


Williams says that all
ders in the City must
in order to cast their
the upcoming franchise
to decide whether or
award Gulf Cablevision
television franchise.


freehol-
register
vote on
election
not to
a cable


The registration books will be
open in the City Hall until Oc-
tober 31 during normal business
hours of the City Hall.


County Reluctantly Pays Bill for

Representative To Attend Convention


Several small items of business
were taken up by the County Com.
mission Tuesday, as follows:
The Board paid a bill for
expenses incurred by Rep. Ben C.
Williams to the County Commis-
sion Convention in Clearwater last
month. There was some objection
to the bill. Commissioner Kennedy


Board on notice that the indigent
fund would not last the year at the
present rate of depletion. There
are 42 on the new rolls getting
$15.00 per month each, and some
$1,000 in hospital bills left over
from last year are to be paid out
of the new budget. At this rate,
funds will be available for about


moved to pay the bill since the nine months, according to Core's
Board had asked Williams to go. estimates.
Commissioner Strickland said that A subdivision consisting of
he didn't know Williams was going 20.05 acres South of Wewahitchka
and Chairman McDaniell said he was accepted by the Board. The
knew the Representative was go- subdivision, named "Twin Lakes
ing to attend the meeting but did Subdivision" on the plat is on the
not know that he was representing Transformer Road between High-
the County Board. Commissioner way 71 and the Chipola River.
Player said he didn't know Wil- County Attorney William
liams was going until the day they J. Rish reported that Southeastern
left. The Board voted to pay the Pipeline Company would probably
bill which came to $115.00. file suit against the County in the
::: The Board approved the con- next few days in regards to its tax
tinuation of Americus Avenue at levy for the current year. South-
St. Joe Beach for paving under the eastern had protested the levy
secondary road program. since they have closed down oper-
Clerk George Y. Core put the nations here in Gulf County.


Contestants for



"Football Queen


One of the most exciting events
.during football season is 'Home-
coming, which will be 'October 23
this year. One of the highlights of
Homecoming is the election and
crowning of a Homecoming Queen.
This election Will be carried on
differently this year, for the queen
will be elected 'by the entire stu-
dent body from a number of sen-
ior girls chosen to run. These girls
are chosen by the clubs of the high
school, each chilub selecting one
girl to represent it.
The first election by the students
will determine which girls will
make up the Homecoming Court.
The girls in the court will be es-
corted by the senior football play-
ers at the Homecoming game.
There will be another election
for the purpose of electing the
Homecoming Queen. The girls run-
ning in this election will be the
seven receiving the most votes in
the first election. The identity of
the ueen will be kept secret until
th Homecoming game when she
will be crowned by the captain.
The girls who have been selected
by the clubs to represent them are:


Becky Childers


Diver's Club-Shaleen Dunlap.
Senior Honor Society Marie
Rhames.
Intramural Board-Sheila Thorn-
ton.
Junior Honor Society Paula
Lovett.
Teen Club-Betty Hammond.
Sportsman's Club Fran Rob-
bins.
Key Club-Barbara Weeks.
Literary Club-Fran Gunn.
Junior Tri-Hi-Y-Carolyn Carr.
Pep Club-Fran Hannon.
Radio Club-:-Patsy Prince.
Glee Club-Deanna Russ.
Senior Tri-Hi-Y-Polly Pyle.
Art and Hobby Club Kathy
Garrett.
Sparkler's Club-Sonja Branch.
Senior Science Club Sandra
Williams.
Garden Club-Carol Alligood.
Industrial Arts Club Betty
Skipper.
Gym Club-Sandra Lee.
F. H .A.-Brenda Conoley.
D. C. T.-Becky Childers.
Junior Science Club Wanda
Odom. ,
Keyettes-Evelyn Dockery.


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Betty Skipper Fran Robbins


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, F.orida I
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1964'

Garden Club Met

With Mrs. Ayers
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
met October 8 in the home of Mrs.
H. F. Ayers with Mrs. Paul Blount
as co-hostess.
The meeting began with all re-
peating the Lord's Prayer.
Mrs. Tom Byrd, president, pre-
sided during the business session
when reports were given on the
fashion show planned for next
March and ideas were given to im-
prove the looks of the Blue Star
Memorial Marker located on High-
way 98.
Mrs. J. C. Arbogast reported on
information obtained October 7 at'
the-district meeting held at West'
|Panama City Beach and she also
urged members to bring fresh
specimens from their gardens to
the monthly meetings.
The program, taken from Chap-
ter 3 of "The C.. 1i.-1',. Book of
Flower Arranging," was presented
by Mrs. Harry Forehand, who used
several illustrations in bringing
out the point, "What Makes an
Arrangement?"
The hostesses served coffee and
cake to the twelve members pres-
ent.

Golden Agers Meet

At Stac 'House
Th Golden Agers Club held their
October meeting Monday night at
the Stac House.
Mrs. E. H. Vanlandingham, club
president, opened the meeting
with prayer and presided during
the business period when a letter
was read from Mr. Charles F.
Spencer, president of the Panama
City Club, accepting an invitation
for their club to visit the St. Joe
Club October 26. A committee
from Apalachicola will also be
present at this meeting who are
interested in forming a club there.
The hostesses, Mrs. Mary Whit-
aker and Mrs. Stella Farris served
coconut cake, coffee and tea to
the 16 members present.
The October 26 meeting will be
a covered dish supper.

St. Joseph's Library

Children's Books
The joys of reading were ex-
pressed by Charles de Secondat de
Montesquieu when he said, "The
love of reading enables a man to
exchange the wearisome hours of
life which come to everyone for
hours of delight."
Saint Joseph's Children's Li-
brary, Eighth Street, is open on
Tuesday, Thursdays and Fridays
from 4 to 5 p. m. Listed are a few
of the books of interest that are
available to everyone.
"Fast Sooner Hound," Grades 1-
3. A rollicking American tall tale
about the long-legged, lop-eared
hound who'd sooner run than eat.
How he raced the freight, the
'local, and the express-and finally
the Cannon Ball. His master, the
Boomer fireman, never doubted
for a moment that Sooner could
outrun anything.
"Communication; From Cave
Writing to Television," Grades 4-6.
An enlightening panorama, show-
ing the development of communi-
cations from ancient to modern
times, which traces the course of
messages from primitive begin-
nings when they were "seen, heard
and carried" to the era of paper
books. Inventions of recent years
as well as the different ways now
employed to "talk ,listen and send"
are also discussed. The material is
helpful in aiding the student to
gain a more comprehensive under-
standing of a vast, complex area
in human civilization. ,
"Experiments in Chemistry,"
Grades 7-8. The authors' motto is
"Try it and see for yourself." Boys
and girls who accept the invitation
will find most of the reuire dma-
terials in the kitchen or elsewhere
in the home: salt, dried prunes,
vinegar, ammonia, cornstarch, rub-
bing alcohol, iodine, soap powder,
India ink and lard, to name just
a few.
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222 Reid Ave.


Port St. Joe, Fla.


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Now you can Charge It at Boyles with Any and All Aproved Credit
Cards Oil Companies, Dept. Stores and others.

Mr. James Hanlon of Wewahitchka, Gulf County, Fla., is now associated with
Boyles. You'll find him listening well and speaking softly in Store No. 2.... Ex-
clusively devoted to Men's and Boys' Apparel and Shoes .... 2nd Floor Balcony.
James invites his many friends to pay a visit.


The Tattler I


R. GLENN BOYLES
Associate Editors


Editor
YOU-ALL


Published by .
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE A .
PHONI BAL, 7-441
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fun" BOYLES
NTORK PKERONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
GLADYS S. GILL Ladies Ready-to-Wear, Main Floor
NONA WILLIAMS ------ Children's Wear and Shoes, Main Floor
FRANCES ROBINSON Ladies & Children's Lingerie, Main Floor
RUTH KEELS Men's and Boys' Wear, Second Floor
ETHEL GAY, ROBERT WILLIAMS and DORENE SPEARS, Extras


All Polls Indicate A Landslide Victory

For Boyles Fall '64 Campaign Sale
Voters for Value, Quality and Service Enthusiastically Sup-
porting Platform Features in Store No. 1 and Store
No. 2. ... (Exclusive Shopping on Two Floors). More
Whistle Stopping Values This Week!


Dear Friends:
Did you see this M. P. R.
Chuckle??: "10 years ago the moon
was an inspiration for lovers and
poets. Soon it will be just another
airport!" Changing times, and
progress have advantages and dis-
advantages. Greater opportun-
ity with greater risk! This age of
Speed and Space; intensively in-
teresting and fascinating, yet, dan-
gerous and demanding. 'Pears to
this writer (reared in the horse
and buggy days) that, more than
aver, it's "a survival o fthe fit-
test," a division of the Weak and
the Strong, nationally and individ-
ually! Let us hope that the weak
may grow stronger while the
strong exercise their power help-
fully and constructively. Indica-
tions are, however, this could be
wishful sort of thinking! Neverthe-
less, we choose to live with a cyni-
cal outlook for every cloud has a
silver lining. In these days of
modern merchandising the lot of
small, independent business is
more difficult and hazardous than
ever before. More and more syn-
dicates with resources i nthe mil-
lions and wielding their wealth and
power in all directions. It is inter-
esting to note, however, that sta-
tistics indicate independent busi-
ness still accounts for more than


60% of the entire sales volume in
our country! This we feel is good
to think about, and, for which to
be grateful. In some ways the
small independent's opportunities
are greater than ever. He has the
opportunity to exercise personal-
ity. individuality, interest and
warm human compassion. Money
and power do not meet these needs
completely. His relationship with
friends and patrons can do more
than clothe the body it can
also nourish and warm the spirit.
How well the job is done depends
on how hard he tries! As we en-
deavor to kee pstep with progress
in the material, world it may be
well that we also keep in mind our
spiritual calling!
In the mail: An inquiry from
friends in Winter Garden concern-
ing our auto accident reported in a
recent Tattler column: "How is
Mrs. B.'s neck coming along
(Whiplash)? Thanks, Lib and Jack,
for your interest. Glad to report
that the neck appears to be heal-
ing well. In fact, I plan to try it
out soon with a squeeze play!
James Hanlon, now associated
with Boyles Men's Store (2nd
Floor) listens well and speaks soft-
ly. Believe ,you'll like the contrast
with this ,write' s-mAannerisms!
Thanks to a number of our loyal


patrons for speaking well of Boyles
daily W. J .0. E. Shopping News.
We've been on the air without in-
terruption for more than five years
in the effort to bring you glad tid-
ings of Savings with Service. It's
always encouraging to have you
tell us what you think. In fact,
we've a little souvenir for every
one who does!
Tid Bits: Getting married en-
ables a woman to find out what
kind of a husband she would have
preferred! Inflation: Tipping
more than the meal used to cost!
A vacation is when we go away for
a change and come back without
any! Men have some advantage of
being bald. When callers arrive
they only need to straighten their
tie!
Almost forgot: May we suggest,
or even insist, that you check
Boyles Whistle Stop Feature in
this week's Star and do us a
mutual favor by anticipating your
holiday needs Now. Use Boyles
Easy Lay-A-Way Plan. You'll bc
glad. Now, to work we go .
there's So Much to Do and Sc
Little Time to Do It! S'long .
RGB.


Elementary Menu
Monday, October 19
Beef and vegetables, sliced to
matoes, pimiento cheese, apple pie
white bread and butter, milk.
Tuesday, October 20
Shepherd's pie, snap beans, car-
rot sticks, chocolate drop cookies
white bread and butter, milk
oimange juice.
Wednesday, October 21
Navy beans with ham seasoning,
boiled franks, cabbage slaw, rasp-
berry apple sauce, white bread
and butter, milk.
Thursday, October 22
Fried chicken, rice, English
peas, lettuce and tomato salad,
fresh apples, white bread and but-
ter, milk.
Friday, October 23
Fish sticks, mustard greens,
French fried potatoes, fruit jello,
corn bread and butter, milk.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1964 COMMERCIAL LEAGUE
There is no doubt about it; the
Si, Coast Guard team must have had
ns a "tiger in their tanks" last Thurs-
B owning vew day night when they came face to
GUYS & DOLLS LEAGUE Team No. 3 won three points face with the first place team, Cos-
Carp's and Wiley's Supply bowl- from Team No. 3. Jim and Connie tin's. Like a great wave, they roll-
ed on lanes one and two, with both Faught were high for Team No. 3 ed over Costin's for four points.
At this point, it must be said that
teams winning two points apiece. with their series of 507 and 395. Costin's went under fighting. How-
Martha Ward had a 410 series for Wayne Smith was high for the ever it was to no avail. After the
Wiley's Supply and Joyce Sweazy Guys on Team No. 5, with a fine momentum of the first game, the
bowled well for Carp's with a 307 540 series. Coast Guard team could not be
series. Francis and Connie Kirkland stopped. Big gun for the team was
Russ & Sons Distributors lost joine Don Nelson. Don came through
three points to Team No. 1, s team, Friday night. with a 490. A. Goff was second
night. Lamar Moore and Wayne We're real proud to have you with with a 467. Shooting somewhat
Ward were both bowling well for' us! over his head was Don Siegler with
team No. 1. Lamar had a fine se- Team standings: W. L. a 447. Don Nelson also had the
ries of 537 and Wayne rolled a Team No. 1 11 5 highest game for the team which
516. 1 Wiley's Supply __ 10 6 was a 189. Don Siegler was close
- Troy and Frances Gay bowled Russ & Sons Dist. _-------10 6 on his heels with a 183. With
well for Russ & Sons. If the Jen- Team No. 3 5 11 scores like these, Costin's didn't
sens had done anything, it might Team No. 5 5 7 stand a chance. They were left
have been a different story. Carp's 3 9 wallowing in the wake of the Coast





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Guard team. The four
from Costin's put the
team in first place.
You might say that
having a rough night.
the team was John Ha
455 series. He was
Billy Barlow who only
game and had a 454
Billy's bowling could
tin's out of the drink
for Costin's also goes


points taken pace with a 492 series as she blast- Marine Pvt. E. C. Wimberly Station, Cherry Point, N. C., and
Coast Guard ed out three fine games of 171- Reports Marine Air Station was assigned duties with Marine
153-168. Wynell Burke had a 473 11
series. Lois Smith rolled a 471 and CHERRY POINT, N. C. (FHTNC) Fighter/Attack Suadron 115, Ma-
Costin's was Mary Brown Added a 464. High -Marine Private First Class Ear- the Second Marine Aircraft Wing,
Big man for bowlers for Faye's were Ollie Neel nest C. Wimberly, son of Mrs. G. as an aircraft radio technician.
anson with a and Shirley Whitfield with 395 and H. Wimberly, Sr., of 1323 Long A graduate of Port St. Joe High.
followed by 385 respectively. Ave., Port St. Joe, Fla., reported School, Wimberly entered the
bowled one Nedley's Florist won three .Sept. 9, to the Marine Corps Air service in July, 1964.
series. Even three games from Glidden on lanes
not pull Cos- 5 and 6. Willie Mae Daniels led ""_""""" ---- -* ....
. High game the victors with a 388. Jo Brown........ ...........
to John Han- added a 362. Jean Stoufer led Glid- 'i....i i
cie wtnA1'17. Q-;.iiiT)-ea1-1u


son. Jonn finally it around nis
average in the third game with a
168. Evidently the reason for Cos-
tin's troubles was the sticky lanes.
Mostof the men on Costin's team
bowl either a curve or hook ball
and with the lanes sticky, they
were having head-pin trouble .
Everyone knows that when you
bowl badly ,there is something
wrong with the lines the fault
always lies in the lanes).
Lanes 5 and 6 were vacant. Vi-


den with a 417. Sammie Dean nau
a 336.
Comforter's won four games
from 13 Mile on lanes 7 and 8.
Maxine Jensen led Comforter's
with 470. Elise Rogers rolled a 407
and picked up the 3-10 split. Sue
Moore was high bowler for 13 Mile
with 386. Martha Ward helped with


a 376.
Team standings:
Comforter's -__-
St. Joe Furniture


W. L.
171% 6'2
-16%, 71


tro was scheduled to bowl St. Joe Florida Bank .-- 16 8
Natural Gas. Evidently Billy Joe 13 Mile 11 13
Richards is still looking for re- Nedley's 11 13
cruits. Glidden 8 16
On lanes 7 and 8, Butler's Club St. Joe Laundry ._.- 8 16
98 and Team No. 6 fought to a Faye's 8 16
draw. Evidently lanes 7 and 8 were
sticky also because the scores LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE
of these two teams were under par. Lanes 1 and 2 saw Whitfield
Wayne Smith was high man forStrikers take three games from
Team No. 6 with a 511 series, fol- t t R a ro
lowed by Robert Montgomery with Pate's with Ruby Lucas bowling
a 428. We will not mention Frankie high for the Strikers with a 474
Scott's 397 series. He was beaten series, and Mary Alice Lyons high
by Ed Ramsey's blind score of 405. for Pate's with a 343 series.
Vance Rogers was high man for On lanes 3 and 4, Amison's took
Butler's Club 98. He rolled a 542 three games from West Florida
and was followed by Wanda But- Gas, with Lois Smith being high
ler with a 391. Darell Butler was for Amison's with a 487 series and
a tremendous help to the team by Alice Machen being high for West
bowling over his average. High Florida Gas with a 406 series.
game for the team goes to Vance On lanes 5 and 6 Jitney Jungle
Rogers with a 174. Second high took three games from Team 8,
man was Wanda Butler who had J with Evelyn Smith being high for
162. This is one of the new teams! Jitney Jungle with a 474 series and
that everyone had best be on their Mary Brown was high for Team 8
guard against. They have the po- with a 487 series.
tential to really give the other: On lanes 7 and 8 Rich's took all
teams a lot of trouble, as evidenced four games from Beaman's with
by the last two weeks of bowling. Jonnia Sykes bowling high for
Team standings: W. L. Rich's with a 395 series, and Loyce
Cape San Blas ______16 8 Beaman was high for Beaman's
Team No. 6 __ __-- 132 10/ 2 with a 346 series.
Costin's 13 11 Seems as if the new balls are
Butler's Club 98 _.-- 10% 13'/ still helping with some good scores.
Vitro 10 10 Just keep up the good bowling,
St. Joe Natural Gas .-- 5 15 girls.


GULF CO. LADIES LEAGUE
St. Joe Laundry and Florida Na-
tional Bank bowled on lanes 1
and 2 last week. The Bank won
three games as Connie Kirkland
rolled a 410 series. She had a high
game of 201. Doris Strickland had
a 378. Punk Daughtry was high
bowler for the Laundry with a 388.
Brenda Perry was close behind
with a 382.
St. Joe Furniture took four
games from Faye's Grill on lanes
3 and 4. All four members of St.
Joe Furniture did extremely well
and they had a 1,900 series. Very
good, girls. Evelyn Smith set the


Standings: W. L.
Amison's 18 2
Whitfield Strikers .-__14 6
West Florida Gas -- 10% 9'/2
Jitney Jungle 10 10
Rich's 10 10
Pate's 10 10
Team 8 8 14
Beaman's 1% 18'/2

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1964

Highland View Long Ave. Baptist
C. A. Group Meets WMU Selects New
The Christ Ambassadors of the Offier Slate
Highland View Assembly of God
Church held their regular meeting The Long Avenue Baptist
Friday, at 7:45 P. M. Church elected new W. M. S. offi-
The service was in charge of cers for 1964-65 at a business meet-
Betty Creamer and Mrs. Bob Raf- ing September 28. Elected were:
field. President: Mrs. Cecil Harrison.
The service was opened with Vice-President: Mrs. Charles
-prayer from each member of the Marshall,
group. Secretary-Treasurer: Mrs. M. L.
The song service was conducted Britt.
7by Betty Creamer. Y. W. A. Director: Mrs. Neil Ar-
Offering was taken by Kathryn nold.
'Hand. Prayer over the offering G. A. Director: Mrs. H. F. Bar-
was given by Mrs. Quincy Hand. bee.
Special in song was given by Sunbeam Band Director: Mrs.
Kathryn Hand and La Sue Raffield. Wesley R. Ramsey.
The name of the- service was Stewardship and Prayer Chair-
Atmosphere. How we should have man: Mrs. Tommy Hutchins.
a desire to work for the. Lord and Mission Study Chairman:. Mrs.
how we could go about doing this. Danny Maddox.
The service was closed by prayer Social Chairman: Mrs. J. 0. Lu-
by Rev. W. G. Mizelle. cas.
The next meeting has been Flower Chairman: Mrs. Durrell
changed from Friday to Saturday, Sykes.
October 17, at 7:45. The guest Program Chairman: Mrs. Tony
speakers will be Rev. and Mrs. Peterman.
Wesley Weekley, who are mission- Publicity Chairman: Mrs. H. L.
aries to the Philippine Islands. Ford.
Everyone has a special invi- Community Missions: Mrs. Jewell
station to come out and hear Rev. Alligood.


Weekley.
C. A. Reporter,
Betty Creamer.

Sorority Meets At


Children's Home: Mrs. J. C.
Odum.
Circle Chairmen: 1, Mrs. John
Core; 2, Mrs. N. G. Martin; 3, Mrs.
A. P. Jackson; 4, Mrs. Wesley R.
Ramsey; 6, Mrs. Charles Marshall;
7, Mrs. George-Holland.


Power Lounge ATTEND GARDEN CLUB MEET
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta AT PANAMA CITY BEACH
Sigma Phi held its model meeting Members of the Port St. Joe
October 6, at the Florida Power Garden Club attending the District
Lounge. Two meeting of the Florida Feder-
The meeting was called to order action of. Garden Clubs, held re-
by the president, Pauline McGill. gently at West Panama City Beach,
Ways and means chairman, De- recently at West Panama City BeaMrs. J. C.
lores Cox discussed plans for the rbogast, Mrs. David Jones, Mrs. C.
bridge benefit to be held October Ralph Nance, Mrs. Fred Maddox,
22 at the Stac House. and Mrs. W. M. Chafin.
The Panama City Examplar .M
Chapter invited the local club to NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
attend their "Hat Fair" october 7.
A short program on Beta Sigma A public meeting will be held
Phi presented by the members as Monday, October 19, 1964, at 7 p.
follows: Greta Freeman, "Explana- m. in the Mexico Beach Methodist
tion of Cultural Program"; Ruth Church for the purpose of organiz-
Freeman, "History of Beta Sigma ing a volunteer fire department.
Phi in Port St. Joe"; Carol Rish, All residents are urged to attend.
"The Story of Beta Sigma Phi." This is vital for your home pro-
The meeting was then adjourn- tection and substantial reduction
ed. in fire insurance rates.,

Opening Times
S* *1 J Sat. 12:45 p.m.
Sun. 2:45 p.m.
Mon.-Frl ............ 4:45 p.m.


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State Board of Health Advises Getting Highland view Church
DlP....: i -&e 1 C!"m


Legion Signs Up
More New Members
Post 116, American Legion, met
at the American Legion building
for their regular semi-monthly
meeting Tuesday night, October 13.
The members are very enthus-
iastic about coming events being
planned by the post. Elsewhere in
The Star, you will find more about
one of these events.
More enthusiasm is being shown
by the veterans of this area at
this time, as they continue to plan
special events, and as they take a
more active part by participating
in community and civic affairs on
a wider basis.
The following additional veter-
ans have paid their annual dues:
W. H. Stripling, E. L. Lightfoot,
R. E. Conoley, S. L. Stonestreet,
B. E. Parker, J. M. Alberson, G.
L. Scott, W: C Dodson, C C. Peter-
son, Doston Carter, Walter Graham,
Blake Thomason, Dr. Wayne Hen-
drix, Dr. Joe Hendrix, J. C. Price,
L. J. Herring, Jarral Smith, Carl
Guilford, W. B. Humphrey, Jesse
Stone, F. 0. Allen, Paul Huckeba,
and Bruce Weeks.

Beta Siama Phi


Sets ..Bi .. De efit disease he said, but it does help set in."
Sets Dridge Bene1it lessen your chances. Also, it is
The Beta Sigma Phi will conduct thought that being inoculated SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR!
a benefit bridge on Thursday, Oc- helps make any contracted case
tober 22 at the Stac House at 8:00
p.m.
Tickets for the benefit are $1.00
each. rA I PIIl
rruue ilo w tn dp wN i .


soceedUU Will goU oUWarJ.U serv Jce
projects of Beta Sigma Phi.

Long Avenue WMU
Gives Meeting Places


Long Avenue Baptist Church W.
M. U. will met in the following
homes next week:
Circle 1 will meet Tuesday, 9:30
a. m. in the home of Mrs. Durel
Brigman at 1106 Long Avenue.
Circle 2 meets Tuesday 9:30 a.
m. with Mrs. N. G. Martin at 1611
Palm Blvd.
Circle 3 will meet Tuesday 4 p.
m. with Mrs. Bernice Barbee at 505
Eighth Street.
Circle 4 meets Tuesday at 7 p.
m. with Mrs. W. P. Dockery at
107 Yapon St.
Circle 7 will meet Monday 9:30
a. m: with Mrs. Barney Earley at
Mexico Beach.

Sunday School Class
Enjoys Supper Thurs.
The "Teen" Suhday School class
of the Pentecostal Holiness Church
had a lovely supper at the church
Thursday night. The tables were
decorated, using lavender and
white table cloths, white candle
holders with lavender candles.
Place cards were white with laven-
der printing.' Streamers of white
and lavender crepe paper hung
from the light fixtures. An ar-
rangement of lavender fall daisies
and artificial orchids with drift-
wood was placed on the piano.
Those attending were Becky
Hamm, Brenda Parker, Lynn
Ritchie, Joan Lee, Jerry Wynn,
Rita Lee, Paul Simmons, Betty
Tomlinson, Lamar Orrell, Jackie
Raffield, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Orrell, chaperones.
Everyone had a nice time. The
girls worked hard so that this sup-
per would be enjoyed by Sunday
School members and friends. Plans
are for the next party to be at
Christmas time.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to take this means to
extend our heartfelt gratitude to
our many friends for their expres-
sions of sympathy (either in per-
son ,by card, by preparing food, by
floral offerings, and by rendering
service when needed) at the recent
passing of our beloved mother and
sister.
Mrs. Basil E. Moore.
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JACKSONVILLE Influenza milder.
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mediately because it takes two "Hence it's important to get your
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year. In all of 1962, there were sons." -
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the number of cases will jump by consult the family physician about
the end of this year., especially if you think you're
Dr. Clarence M. Sharp, director shots, especially if you think you're
of the board's Bureau of Prevent- taking cold. If you are ,it's too late
able Diseases, said it is especially because inoculation after exposure
important for older persons to is useless.
have flu shots. Approximately "There's no specific treatment
three-quarters of all flu deaths oc- for flu," he said. "If you get it,
cur among persons under 5 and consult your physician and take
over 65. Immunization is especially care of yourself because it could
important, also for pregnant turn into pneumonia, Best treat-
women and persons who have ment is bed rest, good food, plenty
chronic delibitating diseases. of liquids and aspirin or nose
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Florida Garden Notes..
By Hervey Sharpe, Editor spreading growth habits are recom-
Florida Agricultural Exetnsion mended for mass group and unclip-
Service ped hedge plantings. Varieties hav-
-.... ....i- in. n n -,ramidal or upright habit


A camellia and a stray uuog nave
one thing in common-both will
make themselves at home in your
yard with proper care.
However, the camellia is more
considerate. Nowhere in the liter-
ature will you find that a camellia
howled at the moon at 2 a. rI., or
whined to come indoors at the
first sprinkle of rain.
Regardless of your reason for se-
lecting plants as a hobby, any
variety of japonica will accent the
beauty of a garden during the
flowering period. Another asset-
the plants produce a display of
flowers during fall and winter
when many other ornamentals are
hibernating.
Camellias are adapted to many
landscape uses, says Dr. E. W. Mc-
Elwee, horticulturist with the
Agricultural Extension Service.
Camellias can be used as foun-
,dation plants, mass, screen and ac-
cent plantings, lawn and back-
ground groupings, clipped and un-
clipped hedges and as tubbed spe-
cimens in the patio or in the Flor-
ida room.
The sasanqua camellias can be
used as espaliers for creating foli-
age patterns on otherwise uninter-
esting fences and wall spaces.
Slow-growing camelia varieties
are best for base, accent and hedge
plantings, while varieties with


are best suited for accent, formal
planting and for clipped hedges.
Flower-wise the camellias are di-
vided into seven groups. it is es-
sential to learn to recognize these
flower forms if you are to speak
the jargon of a camellia fancier at
the flower shows this fall.
The flower forms rauge from
the simple single to tne irregular
double or peony form. In between
are the semi-double, incomplete
double, imbricated double ,tiered
and the regular imbricated.
If you are unable to recognize
the various flower forms from the
above names, then it is a good idea
to get a copy of Extension Service
Bulletin 161A, Growing Camel-
lias in Florida." It is available
from county and home demon-


Letters to

The Editor. .
Dear Mr. Editor:
One of the problem subjects of
our day is juvenile delinquency.
Many ,suggestions are offered by
the adults. But why not some sug-
gestions from those in the teen
age group?
The following questions were
assigned to a cross section from
early teens, to the adult age. The
answers were not prompted by a
preacher or an adult. They are

rieties of camellias
varieties that are known to
grow well in Florida include C. M.
Hovey, C. M. Wilsoh, Colletti, Dai-
kagura, Lady Marion, Lallarook,
Lady Mary Cromartie, Mrs. Charles
Cobb, Rev. John Drayton, and Semi-
double Blush.
For camellias for use in base
plantings select Alba Plena, Apple-
blossom, Cleopatra, Dawn or Ele-
gans Pink. For clipped hedges try
Cheerful, Cleopatra, Dawn, Prof.


station agents. C. S. Sargent or Tricolor.
What Variety? If you desire camellias for un-
Shopping for camellias is like clipped hedges and screens, then
a lady buying a dress-it may take plant Appleblossom, Herms or Tri-
considerable looking before you color.
can make up your mind. One place The following varieties are sug-
to look is at the several flower gested for informal plantings: Ele-
shows scheduled for this fall and gans Pink, Gigantea, Jarvis Red,
winter. At the shows you will ob- Lady Clare, Leucantha, Prince Eu-
serve the latest vogue in flowers gene Napoleon and Sweeti Vera.
and frocks. For mass and background use se-
Unless you are willing to take a lect such varietities as Debutante,
chance on success, it is a good idea Governor Mouton, Lady Clare, Mrs.
to shy away from the untried va- Charles Cobb, Victor Emmanuel
rieties and select the old-time va- and White Empress.


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original oand direct to the point. P 00 -o *ie
Question No. One: Looper-Cobleigh
What would you-say. was the l
contributing factor in the great Vedding Told
increase in juvenile delinquency?
A.-I believe that the great in- Sfc. and Mrs. Geoge L. Cooper
crease is due mainly to a lack of of Port St. Joe and Fort Benning,
discipline in the home. Children Ga., announce the marriage of
are .given too much freedom and Gh r tneere JhE1marage
are .given too much freedom and their daughter, Jo Ellyn, to Robert
not enough training. Then when W. Cobleigh of Tyngsboro, Mass.,
they reach their teens, they are September 26, at Fairview Baptist
given complete freedom without Chueptember 26Columbus, Ga. Rev. L. M.
having learned responsibilities. CLohurt officiated.oumbus Ga Rev L M
Without childhood discipline a The bride was given in marriage
teenager is often not prepared to he bre was given in marriage
meet the responsibilities of life. by her father. Miss Stephanie
Question No. Two: Cooper, sister of the bride, was
Do y ou think thwo home maid of honor. Mr. Johnny Cush-
enDvironment, such as broken man of West Palm Beach was best
h.a, ,--"-ppy relationships be- man.
tween parents, are contributing Out of town guests included Mr.
teen parents, are contributing and Mrs. George W. Cooper, Port
factors to juvenile delinquency? St Joe; Mr. and Ms. Clyde Gentry,
.-Home environment very defi- White City; Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
nitely molds a child's character White City; Mr. and Mrs .
and life, when the right environ- Hale, Tallaha ssee; Mr and Mrs.
ment i l acki g edr the cl i W. O. Carter, Misses Billie Sue and
ment is lacking and the child is
aware that there is no concern for Theresa Kay Carter, William Car-
them. Then they seek entertain- ter and David Lee Carerigh, Quncy
ment elsewhere. This usually Fla. Mrsey Jane C obleigh a gh Mrs.
means at a place unsupervised and Wyman, Tyngsboro, Mass.
undesirable. On the other hand if Wyman, Tyngsboro, Mass.
After a wedding trip the newly-
a family can have fun together, weds will live in Tyngsboro, Mass.
and enjoy doing things together, ______
the teenager will have no reason
for seeking pleasure or entertain- Governor's
ment at some undesirable place.
and most likely will not become in- 'Procla matio
volved as a delinquent.
Question No. Three:
Do you think that it would help STATE OF FLORIDA
to reduce the juvenile crime rate EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
if the law permitted the names of TALLAHASSEE
juveniles to be made public who WHEREAS, Our nation's future
were involved in crime? is dependent on its ability to grow
A.-Yes, I think that if a juven- and advance economically and
ile is old enough to think out and spirizentully in harmony with all its
commit a crime, he is old enough citizens; and
to be justly and publicly accused. WHEREAS, Our progress in
The hardest punishment for a promoting world and domestic
young person, is the eye of society. peace in assuring advances in the
Also, I feel that if everyone knew frontiers of medicine, science, the
who was doing wrong, it would arts, industry and the social
give others a chance to help them. sciences, the arts, industry, and
It would revive their hiding place, the social sciences depends in
if their wrong was made public. large part on the fullest educa-
Many times they think no one tional opportunities for all; and
cares about them, and the public WHEREAS, Our American edu-
cares btte ,andtheopub national system, offering free, uni-
has but little chance to know that versal education for all citizens,
they need help. versal educateon f al citizens
thQuestion No. Four: has become a source of great
Question No. Four:strength to American democratic
Do you think the associates of strength to Amernd democratic
an individual help to get them in- WHprEREAS, It has been demon-
volved as a viotator of the laws? strated that education pays divid-
A.-I do definitely think that s t e p diid
A.-I do definitely think that ends in better human relations, in
the associates of a person have a improved earning power, in per-
rea eft o tt p s a improved earning power, in per-
great effect on that person's ac- sonal fulfillment, in good citizen-
tivities. There are a great number ship, in national economic growth,
of reasons for this. A person's as- in better communities, and in in-
in better communities, and in in-
sociates can put pressure on him
ternational relations; and
in many ways and cause him to do tEREAt r e laios -
things that he would not do other- tem is confrontur ed with grave prob-
wise. Most young people want toems requiring deep public under-
belong to a group. Some times it lems requiring deep public under-
beis the wrong group Most people standing and public action,
is the wrong group. Most people NOW, THEREFORE, I, Farris
are judged by the company they Bryant, Governor of the State of
keep. Then he comes to the con-
clusion that they are going to talk Florida, do hereby designate No-
about me anyway, so I might as member 8-14, 1964, to be
well give them something to talk AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK
about. What I have said here, is and urge all citizens to work to-
that most young people don't se- ward ,the ,.resolution of the prob-


riously think for themselves.
But of course we know that not
all young people are like that.
Some of them can make their own
decisions. I think a person like this
is very fortunate, and we do need
many more of them.

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and to rededicate themselves to the
provision of quality educational
opportunities for all citizens.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
the Great Seal of the State of
Florida to be affixed at Tallahassee
the Capital, this 22nd day of Sep-
tember, A. D. 1964.
FARRIS BRYANT, Gov.
TOM ADAMS, Sec. of State
(SEAL)
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1964


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Gulf Cancer Society Names

Officers; C. Curry Chairman
Ou Tuesday, September 29, at cepted as read.. r partly because of the courthouse
8:00 P M.. the Gulf County Unit of The Crusade chairman, Mr. Ver-Iissue. He also stated that he felt
the American Cancer Society held vacke, reported that on a quota a better job couldave been done,
its annual meeting with B. R. of $3,000.00 only $2,459.79 was 1965.d that it would be done in
Gibson, Jr., Chairman, presiding. raised and listed as reasons for There was no report from the
It was moved and seconded and lower receipts (1) Long Mill shut- Service Chairman and IMedical Di-
passed that the reading of the down period; (2) Decrease in num- rector.
minutes of the 1963 meeting be ber of special events (difficulty in Mr. Walter Dodson, chairman of
waived, scheduling because of elections the nominating committee, offered
Mr. Walter Dodson gave the and courthouse issue); (3) De- the following candidates for 1965
treasurer's report, which was ac- crease from north end of County officers:


of the Panama City Social Security standing may cause the employer THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1964
Office. The reports must be made to pay all the Social Security tax,
to the Internal Revenue Service a penalty and interest' later. The any cleaning woman, maid, cook, or more in a quarter to get in
and cover the three month period law covering domestic workers has baby sitter or yardman, who works touch with the Internal Revenue
of July through September. been on the books since 1951, but for as much pay as $50 during the Service without delay. Booklet No.
Mr. Carey pointed out that some it is estimated that there are still three month period-July through 21, available at the local Social Se-
employers, especially families em- many employers of domestic work- September-should have his or curity office, contains a pre-ad-
ploying household workers, mis- ers who are failing to comply. This her earnings reported and the So- dressed post card for this purpose.
takenly feel that they do not have law applies to employers of do- cial Security taxes paid. The office for this area is lo-
to submit a report when they have mestic help as well as to business Mr. Carey urged all employers cated at 1135 Harrison Avenue,
only one employee. This misunder- employers. Mr. Carey emphasized who pay domestics $50 cash wages Panama City, telephone 76-5331).


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Chairman, ,Cecil B. Curry; Co-
Chairman, George Y. Core; Fin-
ance, R. G. Vervacke; Treasurer,
Walter Dodson; Secretary, Mrs.
Margaret Thomason; Medical Di-
rector, Dr. Joseph P. Hendrix.
It was moved, seconded and
passed unanimously to adopt, the
slate as proposed.
The nominating committee also
proposed the following to serve as
directors for 1965: Cecil B. Curry,
George Y. Core, R. G. Vervacke,
Walter Dodson, Dr. Joseph P. Hen-
drix, Mrs. Ruby Gilbert, Mrs. H.
B. Canning, Ed Bandjough, Mrs.
George Tapper, Mrs. T, S. Colde-
wey, Mrs. S. R. Stone, Dr. R. E.
King, L. D. Bowen, Mrs. Paul Fen-
som, Miss Minerva McLane, Mrs,
Milton Chafin, Wesley Ramsey,
Mrs. W. H. Weeks, B. R. Gibson,
Jr.
Mr, Dodson moved that the slate
be adopted as presented. Motion
cWrried unanimously.
Mrs. Edna Rowell, Area Direc-
tor, ACS, presented an award to
Mr. R. G. Vervacke for his ef,
forts in behalf of the Society.
f The chairman annouIced that
appointments for publicity, edu-
cation, and Service committee
chairmen were yet to be made
and suggested that Board mem-
bers meet and thoroughly discuss
these appointments so that the
best possible selections could be
made,
Aft&r a general discussion on
the Society, its aims, objectives,
accomplishments, and the work
yet to be done, the meeting w~ps
adjourned. ...- -, '-"


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DETERGENT


59c
79c


IT --- 89c


2 for 49c


WALDORF 4 Roll
TISSUE pkg. 31c


MORTON'S


Green

CABBAGE
Lb.


C


Bell

PEPPER
Each


ROBIN HOOD 10 Pound Bag

FLOUR lOlb.bag 99C
Limit 1
COMET CLEANSER-Reg. Size--2 cans 29c
HENDERSON 5 Lb. Bag

SUGAR bag 39c
Limit 1 with $5 Order or More
WAGNER ORANGE DRINK ----Qt. 27c
BALLARD or PILLSBURY

SCuits 4 for31c


FLORIENT AIR FRESHENER


SPARKLO
COOKING
OIL no. 10 jug EC
Big No. 10 Jug Limit 1


FOLGER'S





10 Oz Jar


,POT
BEEF

TURKEY

CHICKEN


7 oz. 53c


BLUE
BONNET


2 Pounds

49c


SWEET
P POTATOES
ONLY

lb.

U. S. No. 1 Regular
POTATOES


fr~


ROYAL CROWN

COLA 2 ctns. 49c
Plus Deposit
SALVO Giant Size
DETERGENT TABLETS --- 81c
CARNATION 3 Oz. Jar
COFFEE-MATE 25c
LOG CABIN 24 Oz.

SYRUP l 59c
PENNY 3 CANS

Dog Food 23c
BRUCE'S No. 2/2 Can

YAMS can 23c
HOWARD JOHNSON'S
CORN TOASTE$

2 pkgs. -,19c
MORTON FROZEN
BREAD DOUGH

pkg. 47c


THESE SPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14th, ONLY 8 A. M. 12:30 P. M.
Florida 3 Doz. for JITNEY JUNGLE RED SWEET Ga. Grade A Whole
g gs- $ < 1 ICE MIL K GRAPES POTATOES FRYERS
Grade A I Gal. 0 2 Pounds Pound Pound
Medium C 25c 10c 23c


-:- SAVE -:-
Gerber Strained Nylon TOOTH
Baby Food BRUSHES
Jar Limit 9 10C
9C Limit 4


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PRICES EFFECTIVE
Thurs., Fri., Sat.-Oct. 15, 16, 17
Quantity Rights Reserved


aMUIlo mu aoi-


USDA GOOD
MATURE BEEF



STEAK


POUND
THE BEST MEAT
IN TOWN!


lbs.


FRESH
California Grown
Bartlett

PEARS
POUND


SEA PAK FROZEN

BREADED


'SHRIMP

10 OUNCE PACKAGE
PLEASURE SHOP YOUR FRIENDLY PIGGLY WIGGLY
FOR THE VERY FINEST FROZEN FOODS!

MR. "G" Minute Maid
Frozen Frozen Orange
DELIGHT
Crinkle Cut 6 Oz. Cans
Potatoes 5 FOR
Morton's Frozen
3 DONUTS
2 LB. BAGS 3 10-Oz. Pkgs.

THE WASHDAY
HMIRACLEJ




REG. SIZE
/ BOX
LIMIT: 2 BOXES with
$5.00 or MORE PIGGLY
WIGGLY ORDER


Carnation Evap., Tall cans
Milk 3 cans 39c
WE GIVE
S&H STAMPS
With Every Purchase


I v


Purex, in plastic, V2 gal.
Bleach jar 29c
Spring River Creamery
In V4 Pound Sticks
Butter lb. 69c


NABISCO
SALTINES
ONE LB. BOX

2 9c


Scott Big Rolls, 200 ct.
TOWELS 2 for 59c
/Scott Softweve, 2 roll pkgs.
TISSUE 2 for 49c
Scott Facial, 400's pkg.
TISSUE 2 for 49c
Poss Brunswick, 24 oz. can
STEW can 49c
Poss w/barbecue sauce, 10!/2
PORK can 59c


WE GIVE S. & H. GREEN STAMPS


_ -B~~' "II I~m 00 M-


I FREE!


375
WITH


S&H GREEN STAMPS
COUPONS and SPECIALS SHOWN BELOW


Yellow Rose 3 Lb. Bag
TEA BAGS Yellow Onions
12 ct. 39c at Reg. Price
Yellow Rose 3 Lb. Pkg.
TEA Ground Beef
8 oz. box 49c at Reg. Price
?McKenzie Brand
FROZEN BABY LIMAS
24 Ounce Bag 49c


FREE!
100 EXTRA
S & H GREEN STAMPS
WIHTI ~.JPNad~.... ... R..ORE..PURCHASE.


> OF


HI
th
3m


YELLOW ROSE BRAND


COOKING


OIL


88 OUNCE JAR


Free 1 qt. Sealtest Grapefruit Juice

With Purchase of I Qt. Sealtest Orange Juice -


JPON and $2.00 OR MORE PURCHASE
HEALTH and BEAUTY AIDS
ru Saturday, October 17, 1964
*. 0 .113" ra-w toml.


FREE!
1 00 EXTRA
S & H GREEN STAMPS
With This Coupon and $10.00 or More Order
One Co'O,,n Per Customer thru Saturday
" October 17, 1964
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FRESH
YOUNG and TENDER
YELLOW

SQUASH
2 POUNDS FOR


Blackbur


Blackburn
Special
SYRU
NO. 5
GLASS


JAR


BAMA
JELLY
Blueberry-Apple
Apple-Grape
St'berry-Apple
3 18JRz
JARS


Jazz Dog Food
25 lb. bag $1.85
HORSE FEED
100 Lb. Bags
Heavy Grain $3.99
Green Pasture 3.69


OCTOBER IS BEEF MONTH
ENJOY BEEF EVERY DAY

USDA GOOD MATURE
BEEF ROUND or SIRLOIN


POUND
USDA GOOD MATURE
BEEF BLADE CUT
CHUCK


POUND

USDA GOOD MATURE
BEEF BRISKET

STm
POUND
SWIFT'S LEAN
PORK


STEAK ,
POUND
SWIFT'S PREMIUM
SLICED

BACON
1 Pound Package
QUICK FROZEN BEEF
GRILL

STEAK
Pkg. o 10 Steaks
OCTOBER IS BEEF
M MONTH
ENJOY BEEF EVERY DAY!


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Don Fuqua Will Speak for the Seafood Festival, an an- representatives in the Nation's Tallahassee Legion POSt IS HOSt
At Apalach Festival nual event celebrating their "Har- Hall of Fame. T la ss Le i s s
vest of the Sea." The theme of this Apalachicola's annual Seafood district Two lnstruction Sch
Don Fuqua will be the principal year's pageant will be the discov- Festival is a joint effort of all the T o ils t TWO IStrUCtion Sch
speaker 'at Apalachicola's Annual ery of the manufacturing process civic and governmental groups in
Seafood Festival on November 14. of artificial ice. This process was Franklin County. Among the many The Saul-Bridges Post 13, of Tal- ond District School
Fuqua, 5th District U. S. Con- discovered by Dr. John Gorrie, attractions of the day will be a lahassee ,was the host for the Sec- on October 11 at
'Wigressman, will be in Apalachicola who is now one of Florida's two free seafood dinner. Legion Home. District
'~~~~~~~~a Vaff No ^.. tI^lf.... I-.


0ol


of Instruction
the American
ct Commander


Boyd GoldMrs. Weston Hn was thostes presiding of-
Mrs. Weston Hostess ficer with Mrs. P. G. Hart, Second
To W. C. Auxiliary District Auxiliary president, as as-
sistant.


Do we really

need a


Medicare Tax



0


Health care

is now available

for over 65's"

who cannot afford to pay

If you are over 65, fac-
ing medical expense and
can't pay for it... it's
yours for the asking, al-
ready provided for by
law. The Kerr-Mills Act
offers a Health Opportu-
nity Program for the El-
derly with the federal
and state governments
sharing the cost.
In most states this
care is far, far greater
-than that offered by
Medicare proposals...
and no additional tax is
necessary!
If you are elderly,
and without funds for
needed medical care, ask
your doctor about the
Health Opportunity Pro-
gram for the Elderly, or
call your local medical
society.

HEALTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM FOR THE ELDERLY,
HELPS THOSE WHO NEED HELP

FRANKLIN-GULF COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY


The Ladies Auxiliary of the,
Arthur McArthur, National Exec-
White City Volunteer Fire De- u O c ,
utive Officer, was introduced and
apartment held their regular meet- gave a very vivid description of
ing in te C ity Builg gave a very vivid description of
ing in the Community Building the parade of the National Con-
with Mrs. Claude Weston as hos-
th vention at Dallas, Texas, in Sep-
tess. tember. He was wearing the Na-
The meeting was called to order tional red cap, the only Legion-
by the president, Mrs. James Hor- naire so honored in West Florida.
ton, leading the members in the
Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Hart presented Mrs. Mary
Mrs. Horton expressed her ap- Marshall, past Department presi-
prrciation to the ladies who met dent, who gave a splendid outline
with her on the clean-up project of the work of the Auxiliary and
and cleaned the building. The its many accomplishments.
group hopes to clean the yards in After a coffee break the Legion
the near future, and Auxiliary took up their separ-
A guest was Billie Varnum, who ate school work. The presiding of-
is Chief of the Volunteer Fire De- ficers for the Auxiliary were Mrs.
apartment. He gave some very good P. G. Hart and Mrs. Madaleine
points on what is needed in White Whitaker, Second District secre-
City. As a group of ladies we urge tary-treasurer. Every phrase of the
each man in White City to please 18 department programs were
give Mr. Varnum his whole sup- taken up with a comprehensive re-
port. He impressed upon the Aux- port from each standing committee
iliary the great need of men learn- chairman present.
ing how to operate the fire truck. Mrs. Adaline Oakley, Lanark
Let's all get behind Mr. Varnum delegate to the National Conven-
and make White City a better and tion, gave a fascinating report of
safer place to live. the new officers and their aims
The meeting was closed with and purposes on the National level.
prayer by Mrs. Murdic Harcus. Six units were well represented
The next meeting will be Octo- and all had their year's work well
ber 21, with Mrs. Edgar Williams under way. The Auxiliary was
as hostess. A social hour of cake guest of the Saul-Bridges Post and
and coffee was enjoyed by all. Auxiliary at a delgihtful luncheon.


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"



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"


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1964



Legal Notices


IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
ALYCE G. ASKENASY,
deceased.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
ADMINISTRATOR
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that I
have filed my final returns as Ad-
ministrator of the Estate of Alyce
G. Askenasy, deceased; that I have
filed my petition for final dis-
charge, and that I will apply to the
Honorable Sam P. Husband, County
Judge in Gulf County, Florida, on
October 28, 1964, for approval of
the same and for final discharge
as Administrator of the Estate of
Alyce G. Askenasy, deceased.
This the 24th day of September,
A. D., 1964.
/s/ SILAS R. STONE
Administrator of the
Estate of Alyce G. Aske-
nasy, deceased. 4t-9-24


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REGISTRATION OF FICTITIOUS J. B. WILLIAMS, 4t
NAMES City Auditor and Clerk
We the undersigned, being duly -.
sworn, do hereby declare under
oath that the names of all persons NOTICE TO ALL FREEHOLDERS
interested in the business or pro- ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF
fession carried on under the name PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
of HANNON INSURANCE AGEN- Notice is hereby given that the
CY, at 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. City Registration books will be
Joe, Florida, and the extent of the open at the office of the City Clerk,
interest of each, is as follows: City Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida for
Frank Hannon, 100%. s a period from 9:00 A.M., October
4t-9-24 /s/ FRANK HANNON 9, 1964 through 12:00 o'clock noon
___ October 31, 1964 for the purpose
of registering persons who have
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S been residents of this city for the
COURT IN AND FOR GULF past six months and of the State
COUNTY, FLORIDA. of Florida for one year, and who
In Re Estate of are freeholders.
R. M. SPILLERS, The City registration books will
Deceased. be open between the hours of
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 9:00 A.M., and 12:00 o'clock noon
All creditors of the estate of R. and from 2:00 p.m. until 5:00
M. Spillers, deceased, are hereby o'clock p.m. Monday through Fri-
notified and required to file any day and from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00
claims or demands which they o'clock noon on Saturday's for a
have against said estate in the Of- period from October 9 until 12:00
.fice of the County Judge of Gulf o'clock noon October 31, at which
County, Florida, in the Courthouse time the registration books will
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within six close. All persons who are Free-
calendar months from the date of holder electors in the City are re-
the first publication of this notice. quired to registered.
Each claim or demand must be in J. B. WILLIAMS 10-8
writing and must state the place City Auditor and Clerk
or residence and post office ad-
dress of the claimant and must be IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
sworn to by the claimant, his agent, COURT, GULF COUNTY,
or his attorney, or it will become FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
void according to law. In Re: Estate of
Dated this 2nd day of October, MARIE E. JONES,
A. D. 1964. deceased.
Leslie D. Spillers, NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Administratrix of the Estate All creditors of the estate of
,of R. M. Spillers, Deceased. Marie E. Jones, deceased, are here-
William J. Rish, by notified and required to file
303 Fourth Street any claims or demands which they
Port St. Joe, Florida, may have against said estate in
Attorney for Administratrix. the office of the County Judge of
10-8 Gulf County, Florida, in the Court-
house at Wewahitchka, Florida,
NOTICE OF ELECTION within six (6) calendar months
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that from the date of the first publica-
a Special Municipal Election of tion of this notice. Each claim or
freeholders will be held in the demand must be in writing and
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, on must state the place or residence
the 10th day of November, 1964, and post office address of the clai-
between the hours of 7:00 o'clock mant and must be sworn to by the
A.M. and 7:00 o'clock P.M., at the claimant, his agent, or his attor-
following polling place ney, or it will become void accord-
City Hall in Port St. Joe ing to law.
it which said election there will be /s/ A. Morgan Jones, Jr.
submitted to the duly qualified /s/ Elizabeth J. Tomlinson
electors of the City of Port St. Joe /s/ Mae Jones Dean
who are freeholders, for approval SILAS R. STONE
or rejection, an Ordinance adopt- 321 Reid Avenue 4t
Md by the City Commission of the Port St. Joe, Florida 10-8
City of Port St. Joe on the 15th Attorney for Executors
day of September, A. D. 1964, en- "I
titled as follows: CLASSIFIED ADS!
ORDINANCE NO. 13 Midget Investments That Yield
An Ordinance granting a thir-nvestments That Yield
ty year franchise to Gulf Cabl$- Giant Returns!


The biggest, boldest, most beautiful



change that has ever happened to a


medium-price car!


Never before has a medium-price car offered so much for so little! Wider,
lower, longer-more luxurious in every way! Bigger in performance, with new
high-vigor V-8's. Bigger in interior spaciousness, in luggage room, too. There
are even more models to choose from, including a choice of roof styles. Every-
thing's new in a great big way. Come see it all in our showroom today!


1 r
-73 -7
SC' .,

The influence and power of an individual Senator
are largely determined by the SENIORITY he has
attained. Without adequate seniority he has lit'ie
ground to hope for assignment to important
committees. Without seniority his influence in
the Senate is greatly limi'.:-.


in the order of Seniority in the Democratic mem-
bership of the Senate. His influence, experience
and powerful voice have gained him membership
on the powerful Committees of Appropriations,
Agriculture and Forestry, and Aeronautical and
Space Sciences, all of which are of particu'ar
importance to Florida and to you as one of its
citizens.


ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY


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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
of 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 rates therefore; providing
compensation to the City of Port
St. Joe, Florida, for the granting
of said franchise; and providing
for a forfeiture in the event of
violation of said grant, and re-
pealing all ordinances in con-
flipf hcterewith


322 M~onument Avenue.


Phone 227-3737r











4-H FRED SAYS .

NOW IS THE TIME TO PICK A PROJECT AND LEARN
. JOIN A 4-H CLUB )- HELP^


BIG 10-DAY


TAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1964


by Jack Myers 555 and Ruel White- THE S
hursts' 522.
13 Mile Oyster Co. took three
points from Michigan Chemical be-
hind Wayne Ward 534 and Al Jen-
sen 505. Grady Dean headed the
Chemical team with a fine 505
series.


PINES
Stand Tall
T 7 ~In Florida's
,. -| Future!


STARTS THURSDAY
OCT. 15

AMERICA'S GREATEST
DRUG STORE EVENT


tiljNDItt

2 f~lt


pRICE


Buzzett's Drug Store
Drive-In Window Service
817 Williams Ave.
Free Parking



Buzzett's Features

Rexall 1 c Sale
October 15 is the kickoff date
for the traditional Rexall Original
One Cent Sale at Buzzett's Drug
Store. Considered one of the
"greatest merchandising events"
of the year, the sale will again
feature scores of atignally adver-
tised Rexall products, On sale at


4-H Friends, Members Join Forces,

Expand Enrollment and Training
Members, leaders, friends of 4-H and the Cooperative Extension
Service are joining forces to expand 4-H Club membership in
every county and state in the nation. A concerted push is
being made to offer 4-H training to more boys and girls between
9 and 19 years of age.
Current enrollment is around duced along with home and
2,224,500 members in 94,700 farm management
clubs. Business firms which contrib-
The Cooperative Extension ute financial support to the
Service heads the program, and various programs have assisted
is assisted by 362,000 men and greatly in bringing about this
women who serve as unpaid vol- modernization, reports the Na-
unteer leaders. Added to these tional 4-H Service Committee.
are more than 130,000 older 4-H New programs and sponsors
youths who have been trained have been added in an attempt
in junior leadership. to bring to 4-H'ers areas of
During the last decade 4-H learning that will aid them in
Clubs have been established in making vocational or higher
urban and rural non-farm homes educational career choices.
which today account for 52 per Some business firms and foun-
cent of the total membership. dations provide funds only for
college scholarships and for rec-
Science Added ognition of individual members.
Consequently some 4-H pro- Among them are: California
grams have been revised to Chemical Company, Ortho Divi-
meet the needs of off-the-farm sion; Homelite, A Division of
members. More scientific explor- Textron Inc.; Massey-Ferguson
ation now is carried on in near- Inc.; Pyrofax Gas Corporation;
ly all projects. Training in eco- Edwin T. Meredith Foundation;
liomics including production Sunbeam Corporation and The
and marketing have been intro- West Bend Company.


Bowling


News


,two for the regular price oQf-one, INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE
plus a pteiii: he lague standings were shak-
Gannon Buzzett, of Buzzett's en up for the fourth straight eve-
Rexall Drug Store, explained, "A ning as a result of Tuesday eve-
penny still means a lot to our cus. nii's engagements: -
tomers, Our big 10-day ReRall Ic The Millwriglt polished off Box
Sale is one way we can express our Plant, Meter h8TpD 't0k the mea-
appreciation to these customers. sure of Paper Mi,ll Pulp Mill clob-
Each ic Sale offers almost 50% bered Glidden and Maintenance
savings on such items as media. eased by Laboratory.
cines, toiletries, household goods, Good bowling by John McKenzie
personal needs hundreds of and Buford Griffin, who were well
useful items for every member of over the 500 mark, paced the
the family. And our customers ap- Millwrights over Box Plant. Nor-
preciate the fact that they can ris Daniels and Chuck Marshall
save money and still be assured bowled well for Box in a losing
the same fine quality they know effort.
is guaranteed by Rexall." Paper Mill hung one on Meter
The famous Rexall Original Ic Shop in their first match. Meter
Sale was initiated by Rexall in came back to take the second and
1913 and is considered to be third games behind Horace Brown
America's Greatest Drug Store and Wesley Adkins. Bad shooting
Event. In addition to items useful by Paper also was a big help for
for all of the family during the fall Meter Shop.
and winter seasons, Rexall makes Pulp Mill put three men, Troy
available many surprise buys Gay, Joe Davis and Lamar Moore
which are not on the Ic Sale plan, over 500, to overpower a helpless
but represent big savings. The Glidden. Glidden has several men
"2 for 1, plus a penny" Rexall Sale who are new to bowling and don't
is nationally advertised in Sun- have much average. They -
,ay n-aners and on radio and bound to improve, an, w 'a the-t
television n o, they are going to work 'on

Maintenance had to really go to
get by Laboratory. grady Dean and
'hib A ,-,h Vldod rijv'jr e the ones who


went the most for Maintenance.
Vance Rogers at 509 led Labora.
tory. Martin Britt, J. C. McArdle,
and Tommy Parker all turned in
good performances.
Standings W L
Phone 227-3161 Meter Shop ------ 1----- 10
S'.-i




NOTICE

All occupational licenses for the City

of Port St. Joe for the year 1964-65 are

due and payable on or before October 31,

1964.

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

penalty.

J. B. WILLIAMS
City Auditor and Clerk


Paper Mill 17 11
Maintenance 16 12
Millwrights 16 12
Pulp Mill 16 12
Box Plant 12 16
Laboratory 11 17
Glidden 6 22

MERCHANTS BOWLING LEAGUE
As always, Monday night was
another exciting night of bowling.
Here are some of the Series that
were rolled; Jack Pizza, 571; Joe
Richards, 563; Jack Myers, 555;


Incentive Awards
Educational trips, scholar-
ships and awards for outstand-
ing work in specific projects are
given by other 4-H backers.
They include: Allied Chemical
Corporation, Arcadian Products
Dept.; Allis-Chalmers Manufac-
turing Co., Farm Equipment
Division; American Forest Prod-
ucts Industries, Inc.; Carnation
Company; Chicago Board of
Trade; Cities Service Oil Com-
pany; E. I. du Pont de Nemours
& Company, Inc.; Elgin Na-
tional Watch Company; Eli Lilly
and Company; Heisdorf & Nel-
son Farms, Inc.; Hercules Pow-
der Company.
Others are: Humble Oil &
Refining Company; Ford Motor
Company Fund; International
Minerals and Chemical Corpora-
tion; Moorman Mfg. Co.; Oliver
Corporation; The Pure Oil Com-
pany; Simplicity Pattern Co.
Inc.; The Singer Company; The
S&H Foundation; Standard
Brands Incorporated and Stand-
ard Oil Company (Kentucky).
If there is no 4-H Club in the
community, parents or prospec-
tive members should write or
call their county extension office
for information, advises tnh
Cooperative Extension Service


Virgil Daniels, 549; Wayne Smith,
538 and Wayne Ward, 534. So you
can see ,the balls were really work-
ing good.
Richard's Raiders, behind the
bowling of Richards and Daniels
took three points from St. Joe
Lanes. The Lanes took one point
as Jack Pizza rolled a big 233
game.
Johnny Marshall and Frankie
Scott led their team to a split with
Vitro. They had 487 and 483 re-
spectively. Vitro was spearheaded


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Pate s Service Center


PHONE 229-1291


p.


1
*OR SALE: The J. D. Clark 19
4-door Comet. In exceptional
good condition. Also other goo
buys and a golf cart. See at Hi
chins Motors.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom furnished
house at St. Joe Beach or wi
sell with low down payment.
D. Clark, 227-7771.
;OR SALE: Office machine ribbo:
for all popular machines. $1.0
The Star. Phone 227-3161.
:OR SALE: 4 bedroom house
two lots. 405 Woodward Av
lort St. Joe. FHA loan available
;300 down payment. Payments a
)roximately $64 monthly. Tot
ost $9,700. Seller will pay FHA
nancing charges. Occupancy in
mediately. Call 227-4531, Port
Joe, or Ben Dickens, 385-1015, T
lahassee. tfc-5-
FOR RENT or SALE: 1303 Marv
Ave. Unfurnished 2 bedroom
house. Den, living room, dini
room. 1250 sq. ft. living area. S
Bob Ellzey or call 227-4611. Ava
able 'Sept. 1.
FOR RENT or SALE: 2 bedroom
duplex on Palm Blvd. Sing
dwelling for sale, 2 bedroom. Ea
terms. Closing cost only. Also d
plex for sale on 10th Street.. P
chaser may assume mortgage. Ea
terms. Call Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, u
furnished on St. Joe Beach. $
month. Inquire Jim Mapes, 6'
3840. tfc-1l
FOR RENT: Business property
Highway 98. With living quarter
connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-i


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61! FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroomi down- FOR RENT: Furnished brick home. FOR SALE: Welch pony. For infor-' ALCOHOLI
.ly stairs apartment. All electric Large living room with fire place, nation call 648-3670. tfc-10-12 every W
ud kitchen. cose to town. Call 229-dinin groom, two large bedrooms
Kitchen. Close to town. Call229-and garage. 1031 LongAve. A. OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper, t Parish 1
t- 4171. ltc Mira. 648-4128 or 227-2711. rag content bond, all sizes. On- ,T Joe, F
ilonskin, manuscript covers, carbon u ,her inf
ed FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- paper, clips, fasteners, file folders. L.o 535
ill room h o u s e. Convenient to FOR RENT: Furnished .rt,',e Everything for the office. The Star, 535
J. school and town. Phone 227-8536 1506 Long Ave. Phovne Wi? tl'3 227-3161. vOOD
after 5:00 p.m. FOR RENT: Apartment. Bedroom, FOR SALE: 1959 Mercury Mont- picture f
ns FOR RENT: Rev. Harthern's beach living room, dining room. Phone clair. Auto transmission, all pow- sinks madt
00 cottage located at St. Joe Beach. 227-8305 or write p. o. box 386. tf er, air conditioned, new seat cov- Phone 648-
Nicely furnished. Contact E. L. 2-bedroom fu er Price $750. ContactC. Byron MOVING?
on Lightfoot, Phone 227-8206. 3t-10-8 FORnishRENT:d Tone 32-bedroom fur- Smith. 227-5041 or 227-4451. 2t Camanis
e., FOR RENT: By night or week, one nished houses at Beach. 2-bedroom FOR MASON SHOES see R. C. Lup- OF ST. JO
le. bedroom and lirivate bath liv- furnished, 2-bedroom unfurnished ton at 502 8th St. or Mrs. Jimmy Office. Lo
Sing room and TV room privilege and 1-bedroom furnished houses in Kilbourn phone 229-1521. 5tp Moving. Fr
528 corner of Sixth Street and Port St. Joe. Enquire at Smith's
fi- Woodward Ave. 2tp-10-12 Pharmacy, Phone 227-5111. tfc HELP WANTED: Man over 24, va- LOSE WE
In- cancy in Gulf County or Port St.
Ft SAL O FOR RENT: 10th St., 5 room house, Joe for Rawleigh dealer. Full time sy-'s
al- FOR SALE OR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnished, $35 mo. 10th St., 2 preferred. Will consider ambitious .A.M.-Re
14l concrete block dwelling. Palm bedroom house furnished. $35 mo. part-timer. Many now earning $3 R.A.M-Reh
in Blvd Call Cecil G. Costin, 227-Long Ave., 5 room unfurnished per hour and up. Write Rawleigh, 1st and 3r
vin 4311. tfc-10-12 house, $40 mo. See Mrs. Nora Du- FA I 100 1170, Memphis, Ten. 6p companion,
>m ren, Phone 227-5471 or phone 229- companions
ng ROOM FOR RENT: Call John W. 2941. 2c-l-16 WANTED: Salesman. $91.00 week JOEm E
ee Brown. Phone 227-8541. tf7-16OR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot- to start. Ages 22 to 40. Married. JOHN
l- R RNTr SALE Byowner 3 stage with large porch. On St. Call Mr. Foreman, SU 5-5721, Pan- THERE W
FOR RENT SALE: Bonry home. ownerated Joe Beach. $3.00 week. Phone ama City. 850 N. Magnolia. 2-10-8 municati
bedroom =masonry home. Located Joe w ee 7 No .111, I
DM on Marvin Ave. Phone 227-2336. tc 648-3472. tfc-7-16 No .111, F
ge on Marvin WILL KEEP pre-school age chil- and third'
sy FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- dren in my home for $10 weekly
iu- FOR RENT: First floor 2 bedroom ment. Couple only. 1621 Monu- or $2 daily. This includes one meal.
ur- unfurnished apartment. 228% ment Ave. Phone 227-7641 or 227- Children under 3 years of age,
.sy 7th St. Phone 227-7761. tfc-6-11 3201. tfc $12.50 weekly. Prices for keeping N.
FOR RENT: House at 214 7th St. FOR RENT: Furnished three room children after school hours avail- h.
an- $40.00 month. Call 227-7846. 4t apartment 'house. Living, bed-able on request. 305 Duval St., WILLS V
$40.00 monroom, kitchen and bath. Located Oak Grove. ltp WTHEAM
60 FOR RENT: Furnished apartment 13172 Long Ave. Call 229-3701. YOU MAY BE THE ONE we're ing second
48- for adults only. Also 3 bedroom 162 mdel 52-10 Mag- looking for to show Avon's nights, 8:0(
0-1 unfurnished house. Call 229-1351. noia mobil home. 1% baths, 2 pletely new Christmas gifts and ome.
on FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished bedrooms, all appliances built in. toiletries. Write Mrs. Dorothy Mar-
ers apartment. 1505 Monument Ave-Will sell at current wholesale val- tin, Avon Manager, P. 0. Box 3345 SEPTIrC Ti
8-6 nue. Phone 227-7421. tfc-10-1 ue. Phone 648-3580, after 6. 2tpMSS, Tallahassee or call 385-1818. Buford


CS ANONYMOUS Meet
wednesday night, 8 p.m.
house 309% 6th St. Potr
la. Phone 229-336d fo-
ormation or write P. 0.

ORKS-Screen doors,
rames, cabinets, kitchen
e to order. P. G. Hart,
-4223. tfc-2-13
Your MAYFLOWER
i near as your telephone.
011i, SURPLUS SALES
E, across from the Post
cal and Long Distance
ee Estimates.
IGHT safely -=th new
Dr4g 9tcre. L2te-8-20
'gular convocation on St.
Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
d Monday. All visiting,
s welcome.
EVANS, High Priest
C. DICKEY, Secretary
ILL BE a regular corn-
on- of Port St. Joe Lodge
F. & A. M., every first
Thursday at 8:00 p.m. -


G. MARTIN, W. M.
L. BURGE, Secretary
ROWAN, POST 114
ERICAN LEGION, meet-
d and fourth Tuesday
0 p.m. American Legion

ANKS pumped out. Call
Griffin, phone 229-3097


Smokey Sez:


"Be careful with fire
when you go into the
woods this fall. They are
dry and will burn easily.


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