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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 22, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants
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STE STta

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


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1964


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Petition for Writ Quo Warranto was filed in the office
of Clerk of the Court, George Y. Core by attorney Wilfred
E. Varn of Tallahassee in behalf of Jack Hammock Mon-
day of this week. The Writ, in effect, challenges the right
of the name of Leo Kennedy to appear on the November 3
ballot as the Democratic nominee for County Commissioner


Employee
Northern RaiP
a certificate
. Company last
with no lost 1i
Shown abo.


left to right, Willie Lee Borders, Bob Bishop,
Curtis Williams, Lawrence Abreu, George Atkins,
B. A. Pridgeon, Sr., N. G. Martin, S. C. Pridgeon,
shop foreman, George Suber, ANRR superinten-
dent, Fred Perry, Ed Pridgeon, Grady O'Brian,
Lee Halliburt, Julian Morris and Si Williams.


Sharks Make Plans for



Annual Homecoming Friday

Homecoming fever at Port St.
Joe High School is running high.
Excitement was- accelerated this St. Joe Motor Company Is Successful
week with the announcement of Bidd G b T k P C
the seven finalists vying for the er n ar age ruc ,e ar
k title of Homecoming Queen on
tomorrow night. St. Joe Motor Company was the
The lovely seven, elected by the successful bidder on a new garbage Three Cars Are
student body, and their sponsors Tuesday night, as he City Commisar
are: Becky Childers, DCT Club; sion ended bids on the two items
Shaleen Dunlap, Diver's Club; Bet- si o n opened bids on the two itemsy bid $13-c
ty Hammond, Teen Club; Sandy 042.15 fMotor a "Leahomp garbage load $13,
Lee, Gym Club; Paula Lovett, Jun- 4215 fora Leach garbage load Three automobiles were dam-
ior Honor Society; Sheila Thorn- packer and $12,354.65 for a "Hell Saturday night at 10:00 p.m.
ton, Intramural Board and Barbara load packer. Both units were of aged Saturday night at 10:00 p.m.
Wton, Intramural Board and Barbara 16 cubic yard capacity. The com- in front of the Wonder Bar on
Three girls were named as me pany offered a new patrol car for St. Joe Beach.
behr of the court. They are: Sonja the police department for the old According to Florida Highway
Branch, Sparkler's Club; Maria police car and a difference of $1,- Patrolman Ken Murphy, a car dri-
Rhames, Senior Honor Society and 085.78. ven by Randolph Fields Robertson
ran, R n, Sor tS s Cn l The other bidder, Jim Cooper of Mexico Beach was backing out
Fran Robbins, Sportsmnan's Club. Motor Co., offered the load packer of the Wonder Bar parking lot on-
No one will know who the queen with a "Leach" body for $13,288.20. to Highway 98 in front of the path
will be until the festivities at the
Homecoming game with Chipley He did not bid on the "Heil" unit. of a second auto driven by Joseph
Homecoming game with Chipley The company offered a police pa- Jackson Pippin of Port St. Joe.
Homecoming festivities with trol car for a trade price of $1,- Murphy said that Pippin was head-
the crowning of the Homecom. 450.65. ed East on Highway 98 about 65
ing Queen will begin before the The City accepted St. Joe Motor miles per hour. His car hit the
footbg Queen wll game tomorrow night. Company's bid of $12,254:65 for the Robertson car and traveled 330
Festivities will begin at 7:45 garbage truck and $1,085.78 trade feet down on to the beach before
with the'game scheduled for 8:00 price for the police patrol car. coming to a stop.
In another bid opening in which The impact knocked the gas tank
A special feature of homecoming the City is purchasing 37 tables and off the Robertson auto which hit
tomorrow night will be the honor- 304 folding chairs for the Centen- a parked car owned by B. C. Gail-
ing of grades of the classes of 1944 nial Building. The apparent low lard, damaging it.
and 1954. A special reserved sec- bidder was the Adorondack Chair Total damage was estimated by
tion will be made available for Co., of New York. Their price was Murphy to be $900 to the Robert-
the honor guests in the grandstand. so far under other competition son auto, $600 to the Pippin car
The big annual homecoming however, the Commission voted to and $150 to the Gaillard car.
parade will be held-in downtown secure a sample of the merchan- Robertson was charged by the
Port St. Joe tomorrow afternoon dise offered before awarding the Patrol with improper backing and
beq;n^ine at 4:30 p.m. The par- bid to the concern. Pippin for unlawful speed.


ade will feature many floats and
the finalists and the court of the
Homecoming Queen contest.
Following the football game the
Key Club will sponsor a dance at
the Stac House for all Port St. Joe
High School students. The admis-
sion to the dance will be 75c drag
and 50c stag. Music will be by the
"Checkmates".


Mrs. Irell Donalson


City Employees Given


Pay Increase By Board

S '* State Tuesday night for safety in
3rd Street rarKing operations. The water department
Shas completed the year of opera-
Prob em Discussed tions with no accidents to any of
ha an nfi'TtlC^rO


TakeCBy De th City employees received a raise The commendation especially
Taken By Death in salary Tuesday night, in action praised superintendent G. L. Scott
In salary T y n i a for his management of the depart-
Mrs. Irell G. Donalson, age 87, by the City Commissionfo his management of the depart-
passed away Friday, October 16 at Commissioner Tom Coldewey m:. -:. *:.
the Municipal Hospital following a stated that every industry in Port Traffic problems on Third Street
lingering illness. St. Joe had granted pay raises and between Williams Avenue and
She is survived by two daughters, he felt the City should do likewise Monument Avenue came up for dis-
Mrs. R. M. Spillers of Port St. Joe; since provisions had been made cussion Tuesday night. These prob-
Mrs. C. H. Stoner, Atlanta, Ga.; in the budget for the raise. lems have been brought about by
one brother, Ross Griffin of Bain- Commissioner Nedley moved that the narrow width of the street.
bridge, Ga. city employees be given a salary Chief of Police H. W. Griffin
Funeral services were held at increase of 5%. This was seconded recommended that parking on the
the First Methodist Church, Atta- by Commissioner Coldewey. Upon street be alligned to a sharper an-
pulgus, Ga., Sunday at 2:00 p.m., a vote, Commissioners Smith, Ned-, gIe, rather than go to parallel park-
with Rev. Gaston Pollock officiat- Icy, Coldewey and Mayor Hannon ing. He stated this would give eight
ing. voted aye. Commissioner Barrier more feet of passage on the street
Burial was in the family plot at did not vote. and he felt this would be sufficient.
the Attapulgus Cemetery. P *:* The Board agreed to go along
Ceomicriter Funeral Home was in Port St. Joe's water department with Griffin's recommendation on
charge of arrangements. received a commendation from the a trial basis.


from District Number Five.
The Writ bases its claim on
election irregularities which gave
Kennedy an 11 vote margin over
Jack Hammock in the May 26 Pri-
mary election.
The Writ claims'in part:


Stolen Auto Is

Recovered Here


The certificate of the results of A stolen automobile was recover-
the primary election was erron- ed Sunday night at 10:30 by City
eous or irregular in that many of Patrolman Howard Rogers and
the votes counted in the election Florida Highway Patrolman Ken
were either illegal or unlawful Murphy, and the driver of the au-
votes cast by persons not properly to is being held in the city jail.
registered or qualified to vote in Three boys reported to Patrol-
the primary election. The Writ man Rogers Sunday night that they
stated that when the unlawful or had picked up a man on the Tyn-
illegal votes are excluded it will dall reservation beside a stalled
appear that Hammock received a car and brought him to town. On
majority of the lawful votes cast the way to town the boys discover-
1--JL_- 1 .11. nn.rl 4mLn ll uP Wn fh -n ,i-- ll- 1


in the election by properly y quai-
fied electors.
The language of the legal paper
states that at least six persons cast
absentee ballots at the primary,
each of the persons not being reg-
istered in Gulf County.
The paper also stated that at
least two absentee electors were
registered in Gulf and Bay County
at the same time and that they
voted in Bay County in the first
primary.
The petition alleges that election
officials in Precinct Number 2 of
Gulf County incorrectly counted
and wrongfully certified -the re-
sults of the election for the office
and deprived Hammock of 39 votes.
The petition also asked for an or-


der requiring the Supervisor of
Registration of Gulf County to hold
intact all ballot boxes and ballots
and other election materials until
they could be examined.
It was stated in the action that


ec LIIat e mand was trunk and
the man persisted in giving the
stalled auto to the three boys.
When the incident was reported
to Rogers he contacted Highway
Patrolman Murphy who began to
check the matter from the stolen
car angle. The Mobile office of
the FBI reported to Murphy that
the car, a '58 Cadillac bearing
Texas license plates, had been sto-
len.
The driver of the car, Robert
White of Mobile told local police
that he was coming to Panama City
for work and his union represen-
tative had provided the car for
transportation. He told FBI men
Monday that his neighbor had told
him to drive -the car here, abandon
it so he could report it stolen.

High School Honor
Roll Students Named


Former Mayors Recognized By City

Commission; Portraits Presented City
Port St. Joe's former Mayors
and their families were recognized
at the City Commission meeting on Park Road Gets
Tuesday night. Ae Block
The occasion was highlighted by Another Block
a presentation to the city of a por-
trait of all past mayors to hang in A letter to the Gulf County Corn-
the Council Room. mission this week from F. M. Tur-
On hand for the event were Mrs. ner of Pensacola, district road
B. W. Eells, widow of former Ma- board member, said that he could
yor B. W. Eells, Sr., who served oa e xe d th ecu
from 1922 to 1925; D. H. Bynum see no way to expedite the secure.
who served from 1925 to 1926; ing of right of way to the St. Jo-
I. C. Nedley, who was Mayor from seph Peninsula State Park.
1928 to 1934; B. A. Pridgeon, Ma- The County Board has contacted
yor from 1934 to 1935; J. C. Belin Turner -with reference to obtaining
who served from 1949 to 1955; Jes- right of way from Ed Wright of
se V. Stone, representing his father St. Petersburg through a Declara-
T. H. Stone, who served three tion of Taking. Wright has refused
times, from 1917 to 1922, 1926 to to part with right of way for the
1928 and 1935 to 1936. and the road that runs through his proper-
present Mayor, Frank Hannon who ty.
was sworn in as Mayor in 1961. Turner's letter stated that the
Other past Mayors of Port St. project is not budgeted in this
Joe who were not represented are: year's road budget and he sees


Thomas Howard, the first Mayor,
from 1913 to 1914; J. G. Joyner,
from 1914 to 1916; B. S. Stutts,
from 1916 to 1917; J. L. Sharit,
1936 to 1946, 1947 to 1949 and
1955 to 1961; H. W. Soule, 1946 to
1947; B. B. Conklin, August 27,
1947 to October 7, 1947. Conklin
served for the short period upon
the death of Mayor H. W. Soule.


nothing that can be done about it.
From statements made at the
County Commission meeting last
week, it is expected that the Coun.
ty Board will seek further mea-
sures of seeking SRD help in se-
curing the right of way.

Highland View PTA
Carnival Saturdav


James Thomas Bryant The Highland View PTA will
Dies In Home of Brother sponsor their annual Hallowe'en
Carnival Saturday, October 24 with
James Thomas Bryant, age 47, Mrs. Joy Richards acting as chair-
of Lakeland, passed away at the man of the Carnival.
home of his brother, Ernest Brad- Winners in the Carnival poster
ley, in Highland View Thursday, contest, are: third grade, Ricky
October 15. \ Tharpe, first prize and Pam Shores
He is survived by his wife, Gen- second prize; from the fourth
ita Bryant, Lakeland; two sons, grade, Sherry Miller, first prize
Jimmy B. Bryant and Charles R. and Dwight Butler ,second prize;
Rowland, both of Lakeland; two from the fifth grade, Linda Folz,
daughters. Miss Audrie K. Bryant, first prize and Brenda Skipper,


the petitioner (Hammock) alleges Listed below is the Port St. Joe Lakeland, Mrs. Doris Wimberly of second I
upon information and belief that High School Honor Roll for the Bainbridge, Ga.; two brothers, An in
at least one person who was not first six weeks of school. Thomas A. Bryant of Green Cove eryone
an election official in Gulf County ALL A HONOR ROLL Springs and Ernest Bradley of enjoy th
assisted at the second primary 8th GRADE-Dianne Dawson. Highland View and one sister, Mrs.. surprise.
election from 10 to 12 illiterate 9th GRADE-Becky Hendrix. Louise Crews of Green Cove and old.
electors in casting of their ballots A and B HONOR ROLL Springs. Event
and that each of said ballots con- 7th GRADE-Douglas Boggan, Graveside services were held at are: Ho
stituted a vote for Kennedy. Buddy Boyett, Phillip Winter, Bet- 11:00 a.m. Monday conducted by movies,
A hearing has been scheduled ty Sue Armstrong, Alathia Blau- Rev. Robert Cary at the Holly Hill country
on the Writ before Judge Robert velt, Marlene Mayfield, Judith Cemetery. elephant
L. McCrary in Marianna on Wed- Stone, Pamela Wilson, Deborah Ma- Comforter Funeral Home was in hamburg
nesday, October 28 at 1:30 p.m. hon, Shiley Cantley, Larry McFar- charge of arrangements booths
land, Brenda Wall, Gwen Duval, _________-. enjoyme
Man Arrested for 'Donnie Griffin, Laura Guilford, Jaycees Induct New Parad
Janice Coatney, Stephen Gay, Jo Jaycees Induct New nival h
Shooting His Wife Beth Hammock, Katherine Sutton Members During Drive 8:00 p.m
and Sue Kennedy. The Port St. Joe Jaycees are in -
Sheriff's Deputy Jim Barfield ar- 8th GRADE-Donald Capps, Lida the midst of a membership drive, Miss I
rested L. E. Carroll of Highland Combs, Linda Gail Kimbrell, La- according to president, Joe Parrot.
View, charging him with assault vonia McMullon, Gail Powell, Mar- At the October 13 meeting, the Appoi
with a deadly weapon and attempt garet Binion, Pauline McLendon, Jaycees inducted the following TALL
to commit murder. Glenn Combs, Tim Griffin, Shirley new members: Gerald Sullivan, State To
Carroll allegedly shot his wife in Tharpe, Cookie Fendley, Bobby Bill Hardy, Edward Smith, Ther- the con
the lower stomach with a 32 cali- Kennedy, Eugenia Traweek and man Jacobs, Thomas Dean and Bob lick, Pos
bher pistol. Mrs. Carroll is still in Debbie Lay. Stores. Joe, Fl
the hospital. 9th GRADE-David Richardson, Parrot said that the annual Jay- County L
According to Barfield, Carroll Patty Strobel, Joy Farrell, Suanne cee "Trick or Treat" candy is now commiss
was drinking at the time of the Antley, Sharon Davis, Thomas on sale. Proceeds from the candy 528 Fou
shooting, which resulted from a Haddock, Lynn Ritchie, Jennifer sale go toward financing the Jay- Florida,
family argument. Carroll was also Braxton, Diane Tripp and Dorothy cee "Toys for Tots" program. Library
charged with drunkenness. Sutton.
Carroll is free on a $100 bond 10th GRADE-Rita Rasmussen,
from the drunkenness charge and Tommy Atchison, Danny Raffield, S h -
$1,000 bond from the assault and Betty Creamer, Phyllis Miles, Cher- S k S
attempted murder charge. ry White, Elizabeth Youngblood,
----*------ Randy Armstrong, Sherry Thorn- W n O
WJOE Sold To Quincy ton, Mary Linda Garrett, Gilda W In S U V
Gilbert, Clark Downs and Rainey
Broadcasting Firm Fendley.
11th GRADE-Barbara Lewis, The Port St. Joe Sharks 'B' squad son comr
Application was made before Helen Peak, Dennis Dawson, Mar- showed up real good last Thursday attempts,
the Federal Communications Corn- tha Fite, Rena Petty, Michele An- night behind the ball handling and Smith.
mission this week in Washington, chors, Karen Stripling, Jake Be- Andy
D. C. for permission to transfer lin, Robin Downs, Jo Anne Fite, excellent passing of sophomore TD on a
ownership of Radio Station WJOE Marieta Lee, Andy Trammell, Ju- quarterback Tommy Atchison to period. I
to Big Bend Broadcasting Corpora- dy Williams, Jo Ann Whitfield, Bil- down the Wewahitchka Gators by from five
tion, William S. Dotson of Quincy, ly Antley, Ann Belin, Linda Gra- a score of 26 to 0 on the Gators tally. Jei
president. ham, Jacque Price and Sherry home field., third toi
The station has been owned for Wh'te. The Sharks rolled 202 yards on three an
the nast several years by R. H. 12th GRADE-Wanda Odom, Ce- the ground with the running of .athe'-red
Sidwell. lia Cre'ch. Paula Lovett, Norma Andy Trammell, Larry Branch, 30 yard i
Sidwell states that ownership of Peterson, Bob Craig, Jimmy Good- Jerry Nichols and Jimmy Cox and Outst:-i
lhe station will be transferred as 1, n Frani Gunn, Sandra Lee, Ma- gained 66 yards through the air Jerry Par
soon as permission of the FCC is rie Rhames, Wanda Segers, Shelia on the effective combination of my Ai,\d
granted. 'ihomnton and Wayne Braxton. Atchison to Donnie Smith. Atchi- White an


prize.
vitation is extended to ev-
to come see the goblins,
ie parade, and take in the
s being offered for young

s included in the carnival
use of Horrors, fish pond,
darts, cake walk, bingo,
store, candy shop, white
t sale, oyster bar, hot dogs,
gers, a nd many other
to provide an afternoon of
ent.
e time is 3:30 and the Car-
ours are from 4:00 until
M.

Netta Niblack Is
noted To Library 3oard
AHASSEE Secretary of
nm Adams today announced
imissioning of Netta Nib-
st Office Box 261, Port St.
orida, as Member, Gulf
Library Board; and the re-
ioning of Emmette Daniell,
urth Street, Port St. Joe,
as Member, Gulf County
Board.



Squad

Wew.

pleted six passes in nine
five of them going to

Trammell scored the first
35 yard run in the first
Larry Branch bulled over
yards out for the second
rry Nichols punched the
cldowvn over from the
Id ful'b k1'I J.Timmy Cox
lithe I :, :rk tal:y on a

iin-,! on defense were
rish, Jerome Barnes, Tom-
,;. :y Tl.ursbay, George
Id Lay !.amsey.


.TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR
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ApalacI Ja Railroad Shop M3n Receive Safety Award


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thI shops of the Apalachicola
'. :npany were presented with
Liberty Mutual Insurance
operatingg for a full year


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with the certificate are


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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1964


Sa high game of 161. Glad to have large Counties Opposing Apportionment Hbenefite
you with us, Shirley. And Brenda ie As an exa
SGPerry had 426. She had a high Of Gasoline Tax In Amendment 12 ported that
GULF CO. LADIES LEAGUE with a 501. She had games of 171-game of 172. Ollie Neel bowled From The Florida Times-Union cording to area, one part accord- year paid $5.:
everybody was in high spirits 174-156. Mary Roberts was on th igh for Fayes with a 400. Zela TALLAHASSEE Among the ing to population and one part gram and gl
last week and rolled a lot of goodball with a405 series. Jo Brown Adams added a 385.. most controversial amendments according to the contributions of
games. 13 Mile won three games rolled high for Nedley's with aAI
games. 13 Mile won threes 1 and 2.344. Ann Tison had 330. Team standings: M. L. on the Nov. 3 general referendum each county to road construction
Billie Padgett was high bowler for St. Joe Furniture won all four Comforter's 21 6baont
ile dews1 h bower for St. Joe Furniture won all four Comforter's 21% 6%i ballot facing,Florida voters is No. as established in the 1931 state You Are
13 Mile with a 433 series. This in- games from Florida National Bank St. Joe Furniture -- 20 7f% a g 12Flrd votend r statutLes.
cluded games of 164-134-135. Verylas Evelyn Smith had a fine series Florida Bank ----------16 12 2 which ou e r The money that the counties re- 2
good Billie DanaRose added 396 of 508. She had games of 139-187- 13 Mile 14 14 more years the constitutional ceive from the tax in many cases LU
ith a high game of 177. Omie 182. JeanDennis turned in a 417 Nedley's 11 17 marking of part o f the is pledged to pay off money bor-
Rose won. a $5 personal bet when series with a high game of 170. St Joe Laundry 1 The provision was first placed rowed hro bo issues.More
s led a 140 game. what hap- "Cutchie" Brown rolled a 152 Glidden 9 19 T p ons fit bonds are ossuedr all the tbme.nd is
he rolled 140 game. What hap- utce r BurkFae's 9 19 in the State Constitution in 1943 bonds are issued all the time.
speed to Donna Ward?? She play- game and 407 series. Wynell Burk Faye's and will expire in 1993 without A major purpose of counties for SUND
ed "cool," huh, Wynell? Jean brought up the tail end with a extension It is the financing un- borrowing through the bond is- Morni
Stoufer bowled high for Glidden 372. That's all right, Wynell, we'll GUYS & DOLLS LEAGUE der which Florida's counties have sues is to buy rights of way on EVEN
Stouh games of 182-158-135 for a fight it out next week. Norma Action on lanes one and two d county d bond issues which the state builds primary BAPT
475with gamseries of 182-158-135 forMyers had a 361.Hobbus was high for the Bank with saw Team No. 1 take all four ssuThe provision has cd bond issues highways The. counties also may BAPT
Lanes 3 and 4 saw Comforter's 390. Connie Kirkland added a 342. points from Team No. 5. Lamar attack in some of the more use the money for their own coun- PRAY
win four games from Nedley's St. Joe Laundry won three games 'More led the doctors with a 512popuous counties for its formula ty roa t systems. V I
Florist. Maxine Jensen roared in from Faye's Grill as Shirley Whit- series which included a 200 game. for dividing up the earmarked tax Since the provision will expire VI
Florist.Mxe nnoe Sue Moore was high for the girls for dividing up bithe earmarked ta in 29 more years, the counties
.____ --- --- with a 438 series. S o ,iminates against them it 'cannot now issue the usual 3-
For Your Convenience Team No. 5 had Wayne Sith discriminates against them .
For Your Convenience Team No. 532 s eries, with a 204 The State Association of County year bonds.
We Feature Thesebowlin game. Ruby Lucas was really Commissioners has endorsed the That was the reason the last
knocking down pins as she bowled proposal. They have been in favor Legislature placed the 25-year ex-
Famous Lines of4 r e i of the extension throughout, for tension proposal on the ballot.
Famous Lines of usa 492 series. She was doing con- of the exthenson throughoutfor The Tampa Tribune, in urging
Quality Toiletries sistent bowling with games of 163, tde amendment as been tre a vote against the proposal, said
~ .167 and 162. dously helpful to counties strug- the distribution of money from
S -Team No. 3 and Carp's clashed glngwith highwayproblemsoro. the two pennies of the gasoline Corner T
DANA PERFUMES on lanes three and four, with Rudy Rodriguez, Hillsboro tax was "completely out of bal-
Sfor women Team No. 3 taking three points. County commissioner who ispresi- with the counties' respectiveSUND
Ambush, 20 Carats, Taboo. Robert Montgomery has changed dent ftheaSSoCaton ad tax contributions or their road SUND
his point of beginning and turned group planned no organized needs. MORN'
/ Includes bath powder,per- in a 452 series for Team No. 3. aign on behalf of the amend- "The populous counties, which EVEN
fume and cologne, Connie Faught bowled a 385 series. ment. to each in- have experienced great growth in BAPT:
1 "Bill Sweazy was high for the have left it up to each PRAY
guys on Carp's team with a 428 dividual county to do what it can, the stagn 30 years, are penalized; PRAY
QUALIFICATIONDANA for men series. Mary Roberts was high for hesaid land areas and no urban centers
Your druggist's certificate-as Canoe, a man's after shave, the girls with her 390 series. "I feel w e should extend theis
a Registered p h a r m acist after bath cologne. Made, Russ & Sons Distributors took provision because otherwise it is
shows that he has passed. the bottled, sealed in France. four points from Wiley's Supply hardship on counties borrowing e --
Florida State Board of Phar- Troy Gay was high bowler for Russ h a o tie b FI
macy examination and is qual- & Sons with a 523 series. Maxine money at this time." a
macy examination and is qual- The constitutional provision says
ified to dispense drugs. At ENGLISH LEATHER Jensen turned in a 468 series for the onsu proviio a n
Smith's, two Registered 'Phar- Toiletries for Men thegirls had some rotten 6th cents of the seven-cents-per-
macists are on hand to serveBC Wiley's Supply had some rotten 6t cents, of teyseveg n -cents-Per
your sn e e d s expertly and By Mem Company, luck such as splits and sticky gallon stategasoline tax should be Churc
quickly. New York shoes. Vance and Elise Rogers put into a special fund. This fund Churc
were high for this team with their is split up among the 67 counties MORNi
series of 473 and 396. Elise was each month based: one part ac- Metho
SMITH IS PHARMVACY really getting the splits as five of Di 15 6 Evenil
j., i J- them turned up in her second Russ & Sons Dist. --- 10 Bible 15
2 Registered Pharmacists On Duty game. She picked up one of them, Wiley'sSupply------ 1 1 000 Bible
Phone 227-5111 Drive-in Window At Rear Team standings: W. L. Team No. 5 5 11 ...
_,- -_ __._ _ Team No. 1 15- 5 Carp's 4 12 ..... .


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Rain? Sand blowing? Who cares!
Mother Nature was meant to be enjoyed-
not waited for. Just take your load of laundry
out, move it to that clean, white electric
dryer, shut the door, turn a dial, pour a cup of
coffee and listen to the rain patter down on your.
roof. Half a shower later take out the thirstiest,
deep napped towels and washcloths you ever washed.
Even the lint-free socks will have a fresh,
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You'll appreciate your dryer on nice days, too.
It's faster.


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322 Monument Avenue. Phone 227-3737


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YOUR TAX-PAYING, INVESTOR-OWNED ELECTRIC COMPANY


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AND NEW INA GREAT BIGWAYI,


d'.' state's smallest-put in $33,000
simple ,the Tribune re- and got back $329,000.
Hillsboro County last The Miami Herald, also oppos-
3 million into the pro- ing the extension of the earmark-
ot back $2.6 million, ing, said that Dade put $6.6 mil-
y County-one of the lion in and got back $.2 million.

e Cordially Invited To Attend

ng Ave. Baptist Church

Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
AY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
ng Worship 11:00 A.M.
,ING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M.
IST TRAINING UNION----------6:15 P.M.
'ER SIRVWCE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M. I
SITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
hird St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor

AY SCHOOL ... 9:30 A.M.
'ING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
qING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M.
IST TRAINING UNION --------.....- 6:15 P.M.
ER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:45 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"



FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D, Minister
h School 9:45 A.M.
ING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
dist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
ng Worship 7:30 P.M.
Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
there Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"


Port St. Joe, Fla.


Al l








THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1964 ators did well with Vivian Hardy
320, Mildred Kennington 362. She
takes top honors in C division this
Bowling News week with high game and series. I
BOWling Ivews Bennie 313, Betty 448. She rates
in B division. R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE ias they plan to bowl better next Now 5 and 6 was where the ac- Associate Editors YOU-ALL
Lanes 1 and 2 saw Beaman's and week. Lois Faulk of Jitney Jungle tion really was. Whitfield's Strik-
Jitney Jungle battling for a win. is really improving. She had a 383 ers took all four points from first Published by
'Jitney Jungle team bowled real series, Jean Stoufer 438, Jean Ste- place team, E. L. Amison, making BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE -
hard and came in with four games bel 402, Evelyn Smith 465. the two teams tie for first place. ,
Ao put them in the top three after Lanes 3 and 4 was another up- You've heard about the new balls P,.i *ALL- -F- Aa,
all other teams' wins were counted. set for Rich's Super Market. They the girls have. Well this Jerry R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
We welcome a new bowler with lost four games to George Tapper's Freeman has a three week old ball N O
the Beaman Plumbing team. Glad Senators. Jonnia Sykes, the cap- and it really is working good for "Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
to have you, Eleanor Williams. tain of Rich's, says it must have her. She had games of 153-202, little, fun" suYLIE
Hope you enjoy this game as much been the handicap for we were in and then she was all shook up, we 1anORK PERSONNEL
as we do. Audry Tanner was high there bowling hard. Jonnia 374 won't even mention the other ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
for Beaman's. and with iust a little series Gloria Morgan 337 (This is game, but a 473 series. Mary Har- GLADYS S. GILL Ladies Ready-to-Wear Main Floor
more support she will bring her too low to mention as she really prison wasn't to be outdone so she NONA WILLIAMS Children's Wear and Shoes, Main Floor D
team in for some wins Maybe they does much better) Marie Boone rolls a 473 also, 192 almost there i FRANCES ROBINSON Ladies & Children's Lingerie, Main Floor
don't want their scores mentioned d 325. Sue Moore a big 474. The Sen- to the 200 mark, 146 and 135. Ruby RUTH KEELS Men's and Boys' Wear, Second Floor
Lucas was good support with 453, ETHEL GAY, ROBERT WILLIAMS and DORENE SPEARS, Extras
with games of 156-159-138. Eula
S .... .----B --- .-. Dicky didn't let them down. She """. '' "- rm.'a'-
rolled a 355 series, games of 123-
104128. Now it's her turn fo ALL INDICATIONS POINT TOWARD AN ALL TIME
u gme. (You'll get it soon). E. RECORD VOTE for BOYLES '64 CAMPAIGN VALUES
L. Amison was in there after them
all the way. Lois Smith didn't get Climactic New Features Appear As This Big Sale Enters
HTa usual. She had a 481 series' (but Final Week. See Victory Features!
Shis girl is carrying a 162 aver- Dear Friends:
SPAfCE -2S. age).' Games were 160-199. By the CHRIST AMBASSADORS
SP A E third game and still no win she MET SATURDAY, OCT. 17 Wethought our bravelittlerose
lets up. Christine Lightfoot, 342 bush, that has bloomed faithfully
D DAKD A r. series. Verna Burch starts off The Christ Ambassadors of the every month since early spring,
SPROW W AM. > strong also for two games, 150- Highland View Assembly of God had given its final bloom for 1964.
has poured millions into Florida's economy. 139. We'll just keep this other one. Church held their regular meeting But, lo, a day or so of October sun-
Now Ann Whittle has a new ball shine, and two more buds are
H O LA H 1the same age as Jerry's. She has Saturday, October 17, at 7:45 p. m. swelling with pride. Its fragrance
-Ae-en right at the 450 series with The song service was conducted and deep red loveliness is peep-
it. A 442 this week with games of by Rev. W. G. Mizelle. ing through. It is interesting to
168-138-136. Her 500 series is close Prayer request was given by observe that nature teaches us
at hand now. Rev. Mizelle. Betty Creamer led in many valuable lessons. A human
is a member of this important committee. Lanes 5 and 6 had Pate's Shell prayer. being filled with warmth and sun-
Service and West Florida Gas try- The service was turned over to shine will brighten and cheer just
Not only has the space program benefited the ing to add more games to their Rev. and Mrs. Wesley Weekley, as the lovely rose performs its
area around Cape Kennedy, but it will continue side. West Florida Gas won three who gave a talk on the housing function. The Great Architect does
to pour millions more into Florida's economy. and Pate's one. Aline Abrams 335.' conditions, food and weather con- His work in perfect harmony and


It is important to all Floridians, Democrats and
Republicans alike, that we preserve the seniority
that gives Holland a seat on the Aeronautical and
Space Science Committee, whose prime respon-
sibility is to serve all matters in the space field.
Every resident of Florida shares in the benefits
that have resulted.
Florida needs Holland's continued influence on
this committee it is a valuable asset to every
citizen of Florida and the nation.
Paid Political Advertisement Paid For By
Herbert E. Wolfe. Treas.


Allie McDonald 371. Allie is mov-aitions of me Pinppine Islanus.
ing on up each week now. Janet The service was closed in prayer
Kng joined this league six weeks The service next week will be
ago, and already she bowls a 356 held on Saturday night at 7:45
series. Her high game was 147. p
Alice Machen gives her team a lot
of support each week. She is about Everyone is invited to attend.
to master her curve ball now. 428 C. A. Reporter,
series. Games of 128-150-150. Betty Creamer.
Now all these girls are new
bowlers on Pate's team. They sure
have a good time each week, and -Pate's Shell Service _-11 13
are winning also. Mary Alice Lyons Rich's Super Market ___10 14
led her team this week with a 382 The Senators ____-- 10 14
series. Mary and Barbara Parker Beaman's Plumbing,- 1 222
say they will get the ball to go to __
the right place soon. Debbie Tan-
hersley knows she will get better. ...
So long for now and hope to have '^- PINES
some good news for next week. Stand Tall
Stand Tall
Team standings: W. L. /
E. L. Amison __------ 18 6 S In Florida's


Whitfield's Strikers ____18
Jitney Jungle ---------14
I West Florida Gas --- 132


One look at those longer, wider lines tells you it's
the kind of car you just couldn't buy before without
getting into the higher price brackets. But one drive
will tell you a lot more.
'You've got your kind of engine going for you.
There's an even half dozen of them available
this year-anything you name from a quieter,
sweeter running 6 to a V8 with the authority


6
10
102


of 400 hp. And the road feels like satin because our,
engineers came up with a new Full Coil suspension
system, teamed it with a Wide-Stance design, and
made our famous Jet-smooth ride smoother and
more stable than ever.
Beginning to feel like it's your kind of
.y car? There'll be no doubt about it when you
drive the real thing at your Chevrolet dealer's.


speaks to those who listen with all
the wonders of His creation. We
might ask ourselves: "How well
can we see, hear and listen."
Speaking for myself: Not well
enough! No, not well enough!
Att. Ye Ed: In last week's col-
umn you deleted the word "not"
in the following sentence: "I
choose (not) to be cynical you
made a cynic out of me thereby!
My lawyer will determine damages
due and-we urge, in fact, we in-
sist that you proof read this col-
umn. Other type errors are not,
mentioned. Please credit my ac-
count with 54 words.
Did you see this chuckle? "To
make a *mountain out of a mole-
hill, throw a little dirt on it."
It was interesting and pleasant
to have some nice business from
Sweden and Norway this past week.
A ship came in-I suppose for a
load of St. Joe paper. These thrifty
Scandinavians are quick to recog-
nize honest values. Our prices ,they
said, were much lower than in
their own country.
Attention Men: We're having
special interest in made-to-your
measure Tweed Suits. Come look
-Only $58.50. We guarantee our
campaign Feature Banlon Dress
Sox (stretch 10 to 13) compares
favorably with those selling for
$1.00 pair. Buy two pairs at Boyles
for 94c (we bought 45 dozen in 7
colors) About 15 dozen to sell.
Here's a Final Blow: A package
of 10 Men's White Hemstitched
Handkerchiefs with Every Suit
(Men's or Boys') Thursday, Friday,
Saturday. We mean to say FREE.
WHOOPEE! Can't write an-
other line. Just heard that we're
the bouncing Grandparents of a
PROUD BABY BOY. Time 7:30
A .M. Tuesday, Oct. 20 the
same day in the month our Happy
Little. Granddaughter was born.
Pa's not here so Grandpappy will
furnish the Cigars! Hurry,
Hurry, Hurry; S'long. RGB.

Good Books Are
Available At Library
Good informational books can


Fall Campaign






This Month Long Selling Event Continues With
Same Values Plus


Victory Features


Sheer, Lovely Nylon AM,
Seamless -o



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Full Fashioned 1 Pr. Timit


500 PAIRS SHOES


LADIES FLATS
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OXFORDS 0
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For Boys and Girls


200 Pairs Men's Dacron and Cotton Fall Weight


DRESS PANTS



$4.34 & $5.34

Regular and Tapered Styles.

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NOW Charge Your Purchases

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Cards.
Oil Companies, Department Stores, Mail Order
Houses and others. Yes, it's true. Try it at Boyles.



Nine of Ten Children and Mothers

In U. S. Now Have S. S. Protection


Nine out of every ten of the
nation's young children-and their
mothers-now have Social Security
protection, according to John V.
Carey, Social Security District
Manager in Panama City.
Carey said this large percentage
of family members can count on
Federal Social Security survivors


child average $50.00 per month,
Carey said.
He explained that it is import-
ant when someone in a family dies
for someone to check with the So-
cial Security district office located
at 1135 Harrison Ave., Panama
City, Fla. Representatives there
can give advice as to whether pay.
ments are dur and can assist with


be obtained from Saint Joseph's Ibenefits it the breadwinner should any-nce y application. The
Children's Library, located on die. any necessary application. The
Eighth Street. The library hours To emphasize the size of this telephone number of the local of-
are from 4 to 5 p. m. on Tuesdays, family protection, Carey stated fice is 763-5331.
Thursday and Fridays. that at the end, of June 1964, 4.5
"The Book of Firemen," Grades million survivors of deceased work. ARCHIE H. BARBEE NOW
1-3. A splendid introduction to fire- ers were receiving monthly Social SERVING IN GERMANY
men and their work; how they are Security checks. Excluding disabil. SPANGDAHLEM, Germany -
trained; what they do between ity payments, this represents 25 Airman Second Class Archie H.
fires; why they have firehouse percent of all Social Security bens- Barbee, son of Mr.' and Mrs. Her-
pets. Clear explanation of exactly ficiaries. The benefit paid to a man Barbee of Port St. Joe, Fla.,
how an alarm is answered. In- widowed mother with two children has arrived for duty at Spangdah-
cludes information about hook and averages $190 a month throughout lem AB, Germany.
ladder companies, fire boats, for- the nation. Airman Barbee is an adminis-
est-fighting units, and other types In the service area of the Pan- trative specialist. His new unit is
of protection from fire. Dramatic ama City Social Security district part of the United States Air
pictures add to the enjoyment. office, over 1,000 checks are sent Forces in Europe which provides
"The First Book of Space each month to children of de- the major air contribution for de-
Travel," Grades 4-6. An up-to-date ceased workers. Checks to each fense of the NATO countries.
book about the most modern of The airman is a graduate of Port
problems for space fans interested tronics that has up-to-date data on St. Joe High School.
in this explanation of what space developments in the field. The __
is, how man will explore it and student will gain a fundamental
what he thinks he will find in understanding of electronics and J'B PRINTING
outer space. their use, atomic and nuclear
"Electronics for Young People," power and recent information of THE STAR
Grades 7-8. A basic, simplified ex- progress in automation, computa-
planation of the science of elec- tion and miniaturization. Phone 227-3161


'65 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe-with new Sweep-line roof.'

If what you see moves you, wait'll you take the wheel
(Vs"I with-GRNBR -up to 400 lip)


I


See 5 beautiful shapes for '65-Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy UIi Corvair & Corvette-at your dealer's



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SPECIALS GOOD OCT. 22nd 24th, 1964


MARKET SALE *
FLORIDA GRADE "A"


HENSISLb., 25,c


FLORIDA GRADE "A"
FRYER GIZZARDS --------lb.
FLORIDA GRADE "A"
FR YE R LIVERS -----------b.
WILSON TENDER
BEEF LI V E R -------------lb.


29c

49c

29c


REMEMBER
DOUBLE
GRAND
PRIZE
STAMPS
WITH
$5 ORDER
OR
MORE


FROSTY GOLD HONEY GOLD

S A9UGIbG ES
SAUSAGE Ib. 49(
FREE 25 'EXTRA G. P. STAMPS PER PACKAGE
SUNNYLAND ALL-MEAT
FRANKS-12-oz.pkg. 39 or 3 for $1

OOPELAND'S RANGER BRAND

Slab BACON Ib. 29c


HICKORY SMOKED


HAMS


Half
or
Whole


Small 6to12
S"i" APound
Size Average


lb. 49c


WILSON'S STREAK-O-LEAN
SALT MEAT----------------------b. 29c
OAK HILL No. 303 Can Limit 4 Please


TOMATOES can 1I


BAKE-RITE
SHORTENING


3


KUDOS
CORNED BEEF
ISLAND PRIDE
SLICED PI NEAP PLE-No. 2Can


lb. can 53c

12 oz. 39c

---- 2 for 47c


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COFFEE.63c

FROZEN SPECIALS *
PIC-N-PAC or McKENZIE'S
SLICED STRA WBERRIES-10 Oz. Pkg. ------21c
HOWARD JOHNSON'S
Corn TOASTIES 2pkgs. 49c
MARCAL PAPER 80 Count Pkg. Limit 2 Please


PRESTNE ANTI-FREEZENS p. 1.79

PR'ESTONE ANTI-FREEZE Gallon $1.79


ARMOUR'S 16 Oz. Can
Corned Beef HASH


tALL CANS

Carnation MILK


HEAVY DUTY LARGE BOX

f DETERGENT pk2 5
- --' - -_- . .


JACK AND
Cut


BEAN STALK
Green


CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
WI ith Sausage
Z ,A With Cheese


67c
57c


JIM DANDY DOG RATION -------------------50 Ib.Bag $3.79
JIM DANDY DOG RATION -------------------25 lb. Bag $1.89
SAFEGUARD SOAP Bath Size-----------------2 bars 39c
ARMOUR CHILI WITH BEANS ------------------16 oz. can 29c
SKINNER ELBOW MACARONI-------------------7 oz. bag lic


JACK AND BEAN STALK
SUPER SWEET PEAS-33 Can------2 for 39c


OAK HILL
TOMATO Juice


46 OZ. CANS
.2 cans 49c


PRODUCE SALE


YELLOW
BANANAS
Pound


(c


CRISP
LETTUCE
Head


GREEN
PEANUTS
Pound

f C


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THESE SPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER
SUGAR
ouS CANE E
+ +' + loc


21, 1964,
GREEN
CABBAGE
LB.
9c I


ONLY-8 A.M.
PRESTONE
AGl-Freeze
Gallon


TO 12:30 P.M.
RED
POTATOES
LB.


* SAVE *
JITNEY JUNGLE
INSTANTT COFFEE
2 Ounce Jar
37c


1N


SYou just can't beat these Fal Food Values from

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- QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED -


HEINZ KETCHU ----P --- Big 20 Oz. Bottle 27c


can 37c


303 CANS
BEANS


2


U. S. No. 1
POTATOES
10 Pounds

43L


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'-c4u~awmul~,,,_~ .


cans 43c


for,47c






SAVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STAMPS!


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"INTRODUCING"
For Your Convenience We now
have a fresh selected full variety of
cuts in fresh

'Kid" GOAT


BACON (Sliced) -----5 Lbs.
MAW---- 3V2 Ibs.


Idahoan Instant POTATOES (Reg. 29c) bag 23c


SWIFT PREMIUM CHOICE DOUBLE AA


EEF Specials


Swift Premium
SIRLOINS and
Round Steak
POUND

79c


Swift Premium
Delmonicos and
Porterhouse
POUND

9C


Premium
Tender No. 7
STEAK
POUND

49c,


Rib
Stew BEEF


Ib. 39c


Brisket
Stew BEEF 4 Ilbs. 69c


All Meat
Stew BEEF


lb. 69c


FULL SELECTION IN
Swift Premium Veal
Swift Prem. Lamb
CALF LIVER
DUCKS
CORNISH HENS


GROUND

CHUCK
POUND

59c


Rump Roast &
Shoulder Roast
POUND

9c


SHOP RICH'S SAVE CASH NOT STAMPS *
MAXWELL HOUSE POUND CAN YOU N Alabama SHORTENING
A BREE A' PU K D CORN BAKE

V I *AND PRICED So
Kraft24Oz F R EE Country Mill RT E

SCORNOL RECORD SYRUPLB.BAG 3 LB. CAN
can 39c 49c 29c 49c
C POTATO C
WITH $5.00 ORDER or MORE Reg. 49e C H 1 Reg. 55c Reg. 43c With $5.00 Order or More
RICH'S BRAND REG. 59c TWIN PAK POTATO BAMA Perfection Fancy Copeland Gallon Jar
MAYONNAISE 6 L ng PURIE PORK APPLE CIDER 89c
ApRICE LARD YOUR TOTA---------
SQUART JAR 3 B YOUR TOTAL WILL BE CHEAPER at RICH'S
E ,G 3 LB. BAGB No. 10 GAL. Plus One Dozen Ga. Grade 'A' Large
EHEE 339%W BEGGS--FREE
S With $5.00 Order With $5.00 Order With $10.00 Order or More
RICH'S HAS THE BEST ... THE FRESHEST.. and THE CHEAPEST PRODUCE IN THE SOUTH ... Compare Our Price & Quality!
Georgia SHOP RICH'S for the largest as- BUY PRODUCE AT RICH'S
Gade sh sortment of HALLOWE'EN TRICK REGISTER at RICH'S for BY THE PECK AND SAVE!
TURNIPS or TREAT CANDY! I or Red Eating
COLLARDS and the Best and Cheapest ASH JAC POTd Eating PEC
FRUIT CAKE MATERIAL K APPLEU r i1
MUSTARDin town! O Display Now! TO BE GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY -- 4 P.M.
You Must Be Present To Win Jackpot! Green for Boiling PECK
Nabisco MORTONT3 FROZEN, COCOANUT, If winner is not pre-ent he or she %will receive
SALTINES APPLE, PEACH or CHERRY .$.00 and balance -ill go into next week's
Pound Box F T P. .ES o Sweet PECK
2 Also FREE BASKETS of FRUIT and A
893tp- % FRESH FARM VEGETABLES g
r Fill Your Freezer-Shelled Daily AVACADO Sundstgle
Best Select Irish 5 LBS. French Frying Idaho 5 LBS. White or Colored P E A S LEMONS
potatoes 33 Potatoes 43c Butter Beans -- bag 49c EACH DOZEN 1
potatoes 33c Potatoes 43C Blackeye Peas .bag 39c 10C 29C a anas c


THESE SPECIALS GOOD
Best Quality (While They Last)
T-BONE or MINUTE CUBE
STEAKS-------b. 79c
Ground BEEF -- 3 lbs. 69c
Boneless
Breakfast HAM --lb. 59c


WEDNESDAY MORNING ONLY,
Today Only-Center Mixed
Chicken Wings
Pork Chops and Backs
LB. 4 LBS.
59c 69c
SAVE A LITTLE EVERY DAY! mL


OCT. 21,
No. 303 Can
Tomatoes
Can
lOc
EilB-ffB--BiM^^*HBROgHBg


8:30 to 12:30
Red
GRAPES or
BUTTER BEANS
LB.
SVc
SAVE CASH


) SHOP
Homogenized
MILK
V2 Gallon
53c
AT RICH'S .


RICH'S WEDNESDAY AND SAVE MORE!
U. S. No. 1 Irish Pillsbury Dixie Lily
Potatoes Biscuits GRITS
10 LBS. 4 CANS Box
29rer 29c lOc
With $5.00 Order 29c
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Mrs. Harrison closed the meet- guests will be members
ing with prayer, and refreshments Panama City club and
were served by Mrs. John Hanson from Apalachicola who
and Mrs. Russell Goolsby. ested in forming a club.


from the
a group
are inter-


RUTH LAWRENCE CIRCLE
OF FIRST METHODIST School Faculty to
The Ruth Lawrence Circle of the Be Guests of Church
First Methodist W. S. C. S. met
Monday, October 19, in the home Special guests at the First Meth-
of Mrs. Hubert Richards. gramwaodist Church Sunday, October 25,
The devotional and program was
presented by Mrs. Paul Blount. The are to be the faculty of the Port
program dealt wit hthe history of St. Joe Elementary School and the
Ewha Womans University in Ko- Highland View Elementary School,
rea, and the great opportunities according to an announcement
this university ha given to Korean
made by the minister of the local
women.
Scripture was read from Mat-, church, Dr. Thomas S. Harris.
-thew 5:14-16 to close the program. The service will begin at 7:30
The hostess served refreshmentsI P. m. A reception is to be held in
.to Mrs. M. L. Parker, Mrs. Paul the new Fellowship Hall immedi-
Tlount, Mrs. W. DI Jones, and Mrs. ately following the evening wor-
J. B. Griffith. ship in the sanctuary. The entire
______ congregation will be invited to re-
main for the reception.
CIRCLE NO. 6 OF LONG AVE. The Woman's Society of Chris-
BAPTIST CHURCH,.MEETS tian Service, Mrs. Ralph Swatts,
Circle No. 6 of the Long Avenue President, will serve as hostess at
Baptist W. M. U. met at the church the reception.
Monday, October 12th. Miss Peggy Whitfield, a mem-
Mrs. Joe Parrott opened the ber of the Highland View Elemen-
meeting with the call to prayer. tary School faculty, will be guest
An interesting program was pre- soloist at the worship service. Miss
senthd which concerned duties and Whitfield will sing, "The Lord's
plans 'of each chairman., Prayer."
4 Members present: Mrs. Tony A cordial invitation is extended
Peterman,' Mrs. David Jenkins, to the people of Port St. Joe and
Mrs. Charles Marshall, Mrs. Rus- surrounding area to .attend this
sell Goolsby, Mrs. John Hanson,. special service, stated the Rev.,
Mrs. B. A. Collier, Mrs. Joe Fort- Thomas Harris.
ner, Mrs.'Billy Norris, Mrs. Danny
Maddox, Mrs. Joe Parrott, Mrs. GOLDEN AGERS TO HAVE
Wayne Gay, Mrs. Theo Johnson. COVERED DISH SUPPER
Two visitors were welcomed,.
3Mrs: Randall McClain and Mrs. Ce- The Golden Agers will have cov-
*cil Harrison, President of the W. ered dish supper Monday night at
M,; U. 7:30 at the Stac House. Special


Circle Meets With

Mrs. W. S. Smith
The WMU members of the First
iBaptist Church met Monday.
Circle No. 1 met with Mrs. W.
S. Smith with six members and
two visitors, Mrs. L. W. Cox, WMU
president, and Mrs. C. Byron Smith
WMU mission study chairman,
present.
After marking record cards and
having reports on the different
phases of work, the program chair-
man, Mrs. Emmett Daniell, pre-
sented an interesting program
topic, "Worship and the Mission-
ary Task". She was assisted by
Mrs. W. S. Smith, Mrs. Wesley
Ramsey and Mrs. Ralph Macomber.
The hostess served refreshments
to all present.

CIRCLE 2 OF FIRST BAPTIST
W. M. U. MEETS MONDAY
Circle Two of the W. M. U. of,
the First Baptist Church met in
the home of Mrs. W. I. Carden,
Monday afternoon at o'clock, with
eight members present, including
one new member, Mrs. Clyde
Wages, and the circle chairman,
Mrs. Charlie Spears, presiding.
With the help of Mrs. T. E.
Parker, Sr., Mrs. Charlie Spears
and Mrs. W. C. Pridgen, and the
Program chairman, Mrs. E. C.
Cason, brought an inspiring pro-
gram from the Royal Service
magazine on, "Worship and the
Missionary Task," with Mrs. Perry
Elliott leading in prayer. Then the
Prayer chairman, Mrs. T. E. Park-
er, Sr., read the names on the
Prayer Calendar, and Mrs. E. C.
Cason led in prayer for them, after
scripture from 2nd Thess. 1:10.



THE STAR, Port St. Joe, F.orlda THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1964


Eta Upsilon "Rushees"


Shown above are the rusheess" recently entertained by the
Eta Upsilon chapter of Beta Sigma 'Phi at a "Roaring 20's Rush.
Party" on September 28. Honored by the Sorority were, first
row, left to right, Betty Lewis, Nickie Duggar, Jo Brown, Sherry
Hurlbut, Faye Hudson and Charlotte Nedley. Second row, left
'to right, Linda Sullivan, Ann Pridgeon, Beth Lawrence, Betty
Scott, Martha Sanborn, Carol Portera and Virginia Harrison.

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Drive, Marietta, Ohio, and Mr. I prayer.
Richard Franklin Zipperer, son of bride, Mr. Stewart S. Brown, Jr., The next meeting is to be in the
Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Zipperer of of Wheeling, W. Va., cousin of the home of Mrs. E. C. Cason. All eight
302 Sixteenth Street, Port St. Joe, bride, Mr. Grant Adams of Coshoc- members enjoyed the social hour.
Florida, were united in marriage ton, Ohio, and Mr. Michael Morton
Saturday evening, October 17th, in of Tallahassee, Florida. Out of Town Visitors
the First Presbyterian Church of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stoner and
Marietta, Ohio. Mrs. Reed Hallock, the mother of children, Greg and Brenda, from
The Rev. Alun 0. Jones offici- the bride, was dressed in a toe Lafayette, Ind. ,are visiting Mr.
ated at the candle light ceremony length dress of two-toned blue and Mrs. C. E. (Chuck) Marshall.
before the altar decorated with with a velvet Empire top. Mrs. H. Mrs. Stoner is Mrs. Marshall's
standards of white mums, palms, y. Zipperer, the bridegroom's cousin.
and candelabra. Mrs. Kathreen th,
Presher was organist and Miss Bar- mother, wore a blue lace hostess
bara McCrakin sang favorite se- gown with matching accessories.
elections. of the bridq.I The reception at the Hotel La-
Given in marriage by her father, Fayette followed the church cere- 2 I d F
the bride wore her mother's gown money Miss Betty Brown of Wheel-
of lustrous white satin fashioned ing, W. Va., cousin of the bride,
with draped bodice, long sleeves registered the guests in the bride's
pointed at the hand, and a wide book.
scoop, neckline. The skirt was dis- Out of town guests included the
tinguished by a modified bustle bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
and a court train. Her elbow H. Richard Markell of Wheeling,
length veil of illusion -draped from W. Va., the bride's aunt and uncle,
a cluster of four taffeta roses tip. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart S. Brown of
ped with seed pearls and her bou- Wheeling, W. Va., Mrs. J. C. Soud-
quet was a cascade of white Fuji er of Charlottesville, Virginia, Mr. Buy 1st tire at price
mums. and Mrs. D. H. Martine of Mont-
Miss Nancy Hallock, sister of ville, New Jersey, Mr. and Mrs.
the bride, was maid of honor and James G. Adams of Columbus,
Miss Anne Brown of Wheeling W. Ohio, Mr. C. Lamar Parker of Bat- L MIT
Va., cousin of the bride, and Mrs. tlecreek, Michigan, Mr. and Mrs. O FFER
David Deeds of Parkersburg, W. Frank Laphen of State College,
Va., were bridesmaid and brides- Penna., Mr. and Mrs. William Wil- on the No. '
matron. Miss Nancy Hallock's gown kinson of Youngstown, Ohio, Mrs. o inal Equipme
was candy pink peau de soie with Harry Adams of Coshocton, Ohio. / 1964 Ca
full bodice, three quarter length The bride was graduated from ire on 1964 Ca
sleeves, floor length skirt, and fly- Virginia Intermont College, Bris-
ing back panel. Her headdres was tol, Virginia ,in 1961 where she
a matching open crown pill-box received an Associates degree in
with tiny veil. The bridesmaid and Fine Arts. Mr. Zipperer attended
brides-matron wore. identically Florida State University, Talla-
styled floor length gowns of blue hassee, Florida, where he was af-
peau de soie with matching blue filiated with Sigma Nu fraternity.
headdress. They' carried cascade He is now a member of the United / / J
bouquets accented with pink Fuji States Army and is stationed in
mums. San Juan, Puerto Rico, where the. l
Mr. James G. Adams of Colum- couple ,will reside. W MO


FIRST BAPTIST CIRCLE 3
MET MONDAY, OCT. 19
Circle 3 of the First Baptist
Church met Monday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Mont-
gomery.
Mrs. H. F. Ayers, circle chair-
man ,opened the meeting with a
devotional during the worship pe-
riod, using scripture references
taken from II Thess., Chapter 2.
The circle program, "Worship
and the Missionary Task," was
given by Mrs. Richard Saunders,
Mrs. E. H. Vanlandingham and
Mrs. Montgomery.
A short business meeting was
held and the hostess served cup
cakes, coffee and Cokes to those
present.


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CIRCLE 4 OF FIRST BAPTIST
MET WITH MRS. DAVIS
Circle No. 4 of the First Baptist
Church met in the home of Mrs.
J. D. Davis, October -19, with 12
members present. There was an in-
teresting program on Worship and
the Missionary Task presented by
Mrs. J. T. Campbell, Mrs. Lonnie
Bell, and Mrs. W. L. Durant. Other
members attending were Mrs. J. J.
Lairimore, Mrs. W. J. Belin, Mrs.
J. W. Daughtry, Mrs. J. A. Garrett,
Mrs. P. W. Petty, Mrs. J. T. Ward,
Mrs. B. W. Wilder.
Refreshments were served by
Mrs. Davis.
The meeting was dismissed by
prayer by Mrs. Daughtry.


MRS. JAMES HARLEY WARD

Yates-Ward Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Yates of this city announce the marriage
of their daughter, Anita, to James Harley Ward, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harley Ward, also of Port St. Joe.
Wedding vows were exchanged in Wewahitchka, Florida on
October 7. The bridegroom is now serving with the U. S. Army
in Fort Riley, Kansas.


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Elected First Vice President in
the statewide association was Mrs.
Wava D. Hartsel, R.N., Fort Lau-
derdale. Mrs. Hartsel is a private
duty nurse.
Second Vice President is Mrs.
Carson F. Ross, R.N., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Ross is Director of Nursing
and Nursing Education, Mount Si-


Support
THE

SHARKS


Bowling News
COMMERCIAL LEAGUE the Mighty Waves diminished to
Thursday night, Team No. 6, less than a ripple. After the re-
spearheaded by Wayne Smith's 567 peated "strikes" of the deadly vi-
series, took three points from St. pers, the waves floundered to noth-
Joe Natural Gas. Following Wayne ing. The deadly vipers took all
was Robert Montgomery with a four points from the Coast Guard
470 series. The team was bowling team. Just to show how deadly the
one man blind and came up with vipers really were, they'were led
a 2,310 sereis, which isn't bad for by Wayne Ernst wit ha rip-roaring
the Comercial League. 456 series, followed by Billy Joe
On the losing end was St. Joe Richards with a 451.
Natural Gas. They were led by Jim The "Mighty Waves" were led
Beaman with a 496. Reese, a new nowhere by Wilbur House with his
man on the team, followed Bea- 445. Like the blind leading the
man with 440. Beaman has consis- blind, second in line was Don Sieg-
tently been high bowler for St. Joe ler with his 341. Worse struck by
Natural Gas this season, the vipers was Carorll Williams.
On lanes 5 and 6, Costin's took Carroll had one good game which
Butler's Club 98 to the cleaners, was a 99. We will not mention his
George Small was "big gun" for other two games. There is no doubt
Costin's. George had a 494 which that Vitro certainly called the
is about his average. In an inter- waves.
view, he said he had a rough night after the game,, ye old reporter
or he would have led Costin's to interviewed the Mighty Waves and
even a greater victory. Of course, they reported that they didn't
he did admit he had a LITTLE want to get too far ahead of the
help from Ashley and Jimmy Cos- other teams. They said they would
tin. Ashley. was second high man rol lover this week's opponent and
with a 469, followed by Jimmy regain their first place standing.
with a 450. Their other two bowl- This will be something to see.
ers were tied up with a P. T. A. Team standings: W. L.
meeting. Costin's took all four Costin's 17 11
points and pulled themselves up to Team No. 6 16% 11%Y
first place. At this time, they are Coast Guard ----------16 12
holding first place with a shaky Vitro Vipers __------ 14 10
half-game lead. Butler's Club 98 ----.- 10% 17%
On the losing end was Butler's St. Joe Natural Gas -.-- 6 18
Club 98. Once again, the team sup-
ported by Vance Rogers and INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE
Winkie Stern. Vance was high man Maintenance, behind Al Jensen,
with a 481, followed by Winkie whitewashed first place, Meter
with a 478. Winkie was having Shop. Glidden, with the aid of 103
trouble getting his ball to curve, handicap pins, took three points
It just wouldn't break for him. from Box Plant. The Millwrights
And now we are down to lanes 7 behind Barney McCroan and John
and 8. Here the scenes of the hard- McKenzie, won three points from
est fought games of the night were Laboratory. The powerful Paper
shown. It was tooth and nail all Mill and power laden Pulp Mill
the way. It was the "Mighty were postponed due to their per-
Waves" against the Vitro Vipers. sonnel having to work.
As you know, the Coast Guard Standings W L
(alias, the "Mighty Waves") rolled Maintenance 20 12
over Costin's in their last match Millwrights 19 13
to boost themselves up to first Meter Shop 18 14
,)lace last week. Well, evidently Paper Mill 17 11
the Vitro Vipers must have brought Pulp Mill 16 12
some oil with them, because they Box Plant 13 19
surely smoothed the waves. Be- Laboratory 12 20
fore the onslaught of the Vipers, Glidden 9 23


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.... '" -- ....... nai Hospital, Miami.
Third Vice President is Mrs.
SJeannette M. Wahlbom, R.N., Fort
Lauderdale. Mrs. Wahlbom is Di-
S rector, Nurses Official Registry,
FNA District No. 21, Fort Lauder-
,ale."
S 'Secretary, Mrs. Martha 0. Wolfe,
R N., Coral Gables. Mrs. Wolfe is
Coordinator of Plans and Intel-
ligence, Operational Responsibil-
S ty Health, Education and Welfare,
Metropolitan Dade County Civil
Defense Bureau, Miami.
Treasurer, Miss Gene S. Cranch,
R.i., Associate Professor of Nur:-
:.g, University of Miami.
Miss Mathison has been with the
Board of Health since 1934. She
served as the first Public Health
Nurse in Gulf County from 1937 to
1941. She has many friends here
Former *eidn IS in Gulf County and is a frequent
Former ResidentIs visitor to Port St. Joe.
Elected President of She served as a First Lieutenant
in the Army Nurse Corps in World
Florida Nurses Assn. War II and remained in Japan for
three years doing public health
Mathison, R.N., Jacksonville, has nursing there. After returning to
been elected President of the Flor- the states, she attended the Uni-
ida Nurses Association at the 55th versity of Maryland where she re-
ceived her Master's degree in pub-
Convention of FNA, hel dat the lic health nursing. She served as
George Washington Hotel, Jack- educaitonal n u r sing consultant
sonville. with the Florida State Board of
Miss Mathison is Director, Di- Health until a few months ago
vision of Public Health Nursing, when she became Director of the
vision of Public Health Nursing, D s o Pul Health Nursing
Division of Public Health Nursing
Florida State Board of Health. Be- of the Florida State Board of
fore her appointment to this posi- Health.
tion, she has been a staff Public She is president of the Florida
Health Nurse, a Supervisor, and Nurses Association and Director of
State Nursing Consultant. Long ac- Public Health Nursing, an active
State Nursing Consultant.u Aon c- member of the Methodist Church
tive in the Florida Nurses Associ- and also active in civic and profes-
ation, she was elected to the office sional organizations.
of First Vice President a year ago. ______-


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1964


1


Editorial


County Board Is Smart To Take Good

Strong Look At Library Services
This newspaper thinks the County Commission was
prudent in its action of last week to hold up Gulf County
funds in the library program until more definite plans can
be provided for division of funds.
We were dubious about going into this library program
in the first place, and so stated here in this column, until
a more definite statement could be had as to just what
Gulf could expect out of the division of funds and offering
of services for the money that the county would put into
the system.
The county has run into the situation where it appears
that Gulf's money will go into the library system and we
will receive what the library system wants us to have. The
County Board has arrived at the opinion-and we concur
with them-that what Gulf County will receive might not
be worth.what we will be putting into the library program.
We might be better off to go it alone.
It is indicative of the times that partnerships must be
"spelled out" to be safely entered into these days. This
is regrettable, but it is so.
In all probability Gulf will receive ample service for
what we put into the program, but until we are sure, we
go along with the County Commission in seeing in "black
and white" that Gulf County's interest will be protected.


"Bible Week" Should Give Us All

Cause To Look At Our Moral Situation
We live in an all-too-casual world-a world in which
almost everything, including religion, seems to be largely
taken for granted. Far too. few of us give a little time
each day to reading the Bible-to seek and to find in it
help toward meeting the problems and confusions of our
age.
That is why National Bible Week, observed October
19-25, now takes on greater meaning than ever before. It
is sponsored by the Laymen's National Committee, Inc.,
which is an All Faiths organization. This year the chosen
theme is a tremendously timely one: ".THE BIBLE: GOD'S
WORD MAN'S HOPE IN UNITY." How much that
can' mean to us all!
It is anticipated that many millions of people will ob-
serve the Week and make it the outstanding and far-reach-
ing success it deserves to be. But that is not enough. Every
week should be a Bible week, every day a Bible day.
The greater our material abundance, the more faith-
fully we should build and sustain our spiritual values.
A further need of such emphasis is the apparent calm-
ness with which we have taken the ruling that the Holy Bible
may not be read in our public schools. It is possible that
our turning away from God and the Bible has allowed such
a move to be suggested in the first place. And now that
it is fact, it appears that a turning of our back on God has
allowed the situation to be with us with little or no protest.


Time To Examine The Issues and

Prepare Yourself To Cast Your Vote
For those who thought that election day was a long
way off, let us remind you that it is a week from this com-
ing Tuesday.
Probably at no time in Florida.'s history has an election
been so important as the one coming up. Forces are at work
in the state and nation to completely re-do our tried and test-
ed methods of fair representation.
The electorate must vote on Constitutional Amendments
(all of which are favorable to our welfare if they are passed)
an election in which a strong two-party bid is being made
for the Governor's chair and several strong bids are being
made by Republicans for other seats of office in our state.
And for the first time in many years, a presidential election
offers a definite choice of two divergent theories. This
choice is readily admitted by both sides.
It behooves us, as voters, in this important election to
study the issues, decide for the betterment of our county,
state and nation and prepare to cast your vote on November
3. We would not ask that you vote just for the sake of
voting. Prepare yourself before you vote. Make a definite
choice with a reason behind that choice and vote your con-
victions on November 3.


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THE STAR
Published Every 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 Act of March 3, 1879.

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HOME COMING


Support Your Team

In Every Game


But above all. .
attend all home games
. be a loyal Shark
Booster and help bol-
ster your team your
school and your town!


CHIPLEY


SEASON SCHEDULE '*
SEPT. 18, Apalachicola Home
SEPT. 25, Marianna Home
OCT. 1, Rickards (Tallahassee) ..-.....--- Away
OCT. 9, Open
OCT. 16, Niceville Away
OCT. 23, Chipley Home
OCT. 30, Blountstown Home
NOV. 6, Bonifay Home
NOV. 13, Quincy Away
NOV. 20, Apalachicola Away
NOV. 25, Monticello Away


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Front row, left to right: Lamar Butts, manager, Jerry Parrish,
Dalton Tull, Jim Fensom, Charles Zimmerman, Ricky Thursbay, Jerry
Nichols, Billy Carr, Steve Dees, Joe Hendrix, Byron Humphrey, Manager.
Second row, left to right: Andy Portera, assistant coach, Eugene
Harper, Freddy Anderson, Knapp Smith, Lamar Orrell, Wayne Mahan, Al
Cathey, Herbert Smith, Jimmy Cox, Tommy Atchison, Larry Branch,


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Donnie Smith, David Young, George White, Andy Trammell, Charles
Williams, Jerry Swan, manager and Bobby Brown, coach.
Third row, left to right: Norton Kilbourn, John Ayers, David
Dickey, Charles Gibson, Billy Versiga, Junior Nichols, Tommy Wright,
Jerome Barnes, Ray Ramsey, Buddy Smith and Jimmy Goodman.


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Raffield Fisheries, Inc.
Retail and Wholesale Seafood
Costin's Department Store
Complete Line of Wearing Apparel


Jim Cooper Chevrolet Co., Inc.
Chevrolet Pontiac Oldsmobile
Motel St. Joe and Dining Room
"Port St. Joe's Home of Good Cooking"
St. Joe Paper Company
"Home of St. Joe Kraft
Florida National Bank at Port St. Joe
Member, FDIC and Florida National Group


Apalachicola Northern Railroad
"Serving Port St. Joe since 1911"
George G. Tapper Company
Road Contractors
Citizens Federal Savings
and Loan Association
St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Co.
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Mayor Hannon Praised for Growth

In Community by Municipality League
JACKSONVILLE-Mayor Frank be justifiably proud of committee cated Columnist Drew Pearson.
Hannon of Port St. Joe, a member work accomplished in 1964," But- Other distinguished program
of the Committee on Community ler said. "Communities everywhere gudent-elect James E. (Nick) Connor,
Growth and Development, a major are experiencing growth problems, and Representative E. C. Rowell,
project of the Florida League of and we know that the fine record House Speaker-designate.
Municipalities, has participated in of the League's Growth and De- Wives of League members will
a year of significant achievement, velopment group will, be echoed all find a special welcome awaiting,
according to Executive Secretary over the state." and the nationally-aclaimed Naval
Gordon T. Butler in his headquart- The Florida League will meet Air Training Command choir, of
ers here, where plans are complet- here for three days of work and Pensacola, will offer selections of
the League's 42-year history,n fellowship. Delegates, estimated at its "memorable music" at the ban-
scheduled to meet October 25-27, more than a thousand, are prom- quet on Monday night, October 26.
in Jacksonville. ised a full program of business,
"We are confident that those at-highlighted by such speakers as May Year
"We are confident that those at- Senator George A. Smathers, Chief Gay Gets 5 El
tending our annual convention will. Justice E. Harris Drew, and syndi- Servie wCetifica
SerVice Cerillitate
A framed certificate recognizing
NEED A gPLUMBER? five years of service to his com-
CALL BEAMAN munity has been awarded to David
CALL BAMAN Repairs B. May, owner of the Western Auto
Plumbing Installation Repairs Associate Store here.
Contract Work A Specialty c The certificate, engraved with
his name, was forwarded from
Agents for Western Auto Supply Company's
Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures general offices in Kansas City, Mo.,
Brand Name Plumbing Fxtures and presented through the firm's
CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATES I division offices which serve this
area.
TWO EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS TO SERVE YOU Recognition of community serv-
ice by local Western Auto Associ
BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE ate store owners is given by the
company at fiveyear intervals. The
1107 GARRISON AVE. PHONE 227-2541 honor indicates the dealer has
completed a specified period of
outstanding merchandising service
to his customers and community.
The Western Auto Associate
store here is one of more than
.. ......... 4,000 homeowned and operated re-
A UJ S : ^iblvtl N tileXtr.i tail stores and agencies throughout
1:: Zi .' f .i.ii.. the U. S., including Alaska and
; it e :Hawaii. The store distributes West-
,. ::::: ern Auto's nationally advertised
company-owned brands and other
national brands in this trade area.
G JAWS E II1 X The company serves similar deal-
:CEET G6S rerships in Mexico, Puerto Rico,
and Guam. The dealer program,
...d :IIII IP'" started in 1935, will account for
E ~::"! timore than half of the company's
...... ...i~~~.....' ........ quarter billion dollar sales volume
this year.
S.!! Western Auto Supply Company
S.. was started in 1909 as a mail order
See them a. firm in Kansas City to supply
Model T For downers with such
Accessories as windshields, tops,
SI S ,spare tires, and tail lights. Total
'investment of the founder, George
Pepperdine, a bookkeeper, was $5
for postage stamps to mail the
sales circulars which he had ob-
tained on credit.

Festival Will
Feature Fun

Apalachicola, Florida, known as
the oyster capital of the world,
celebrates its "Harvest of the Sea"
with a sea food festival on No-
-_ vember 14.
An annual event, this year's fes-
tival will feature day-long activi-
ties, including contests, games,
speeches, a gigantic fireworks dis-
SdAhau S' l? play and at noon time a free sea
Children s lep earfood dinner.
N- foA highlight of the day will be a
performance by the fabulous F. S.
SU. Gymkana. This internationally
G'I' .I U RLS' famous gymnastic group will be
S" LAL) seen at the city ball park.
L A L IP Apalachicola's annual Seafood
L/ L il Festival is a joint effort of the
S i AS county's civic and governmental
S AIAL AC groups. The Franklin County Sea-
,AJ II food Festival committee, headed
by Billy Spikes, is expecting the
largest gathering in the history, of
'-' \.". A.lA A 'AA this Florida port city.


Park Board Will

Meet October 26
TALLAHASSEE The Florida
Board of Parks and Historic Me-
morials will hold its annual meet-
ing in Tallahassee October 26th,
according to Florida Parks Direc-
tor N. E. Bill Miller.
Among the primary items to be
considered on the agenda will be
the election of officers for the
coming year, and the consideration
of the 1965-1967 Park Service
budget.
The meeting will be held at 8:30
a. m. in the. conference room of
the New State Office Building. It
will be open to the public.
Members of the Park Board are
as follows: Mrs. G. T. Smith, Jr.,
Ocala, Chairman; Dr. James T.
Cook, Marianna, Vice-Chairman;
John Fite Robertson, Sarasota, Sec-
retary; N. Earl Jones, Titusville,
Member; John D. Pennekamp, Mi-
ami, Member.

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This jolly Jack-o-Mince Pie has been created in the gay spirit of
Halloween. -It's a quickie to put together with ready-to-use mince
meat nowadays readily available all year long. If you want to
carry out the orange and black color scheme of Halloween even fur-
ther, glaze the top crust with a thin orange frosting after it's baked.
Put your artistic talents to work to .make the jack-o-lantern top
crust. The pastry, made from mix or your own, is easy to cut in
this'shape if you cut a paper pattern first.-Bake the top crust sepa-
rately and place it on top the mince meat filling as soon' as the
pie comes from the oven.
Mince meat is made from a fragrant combination of California
seedless raisins and Zante currants, carefully 'selected apples, beef,
Spices and the tangy peel of citrus fruits. It's most popular use is
for fragrant pies but mince meat also makes a delicious filling for
bar or drop cookies, turnovers and scrumptious pinwheel yeast
rolls. Mince meat cakes are truly delectable.
JACK-0-MINCE PIE
3 cups ready-to-use mince meat,
Pastry'for double 8 or 9-inch crust
Line an 8 or 9-Inch pie pan with pastry, crimping edges. Spoon
in mince meat. Bake on lowest shelf of hot oven(425 degrees F.)
30 minutes or until pastry Is brown. Meanwhile cut out a jack-o-lan-
tern face from remaining rolled-out pastry. Place on baking, sheet.
Bake on upper shelf of oven 8 to 10 minutes. When pie is baked
carefully place pastry jack-o-lantern on top. Makes 1 (8 or 9-inch)
Die.


A ROTC Exams colleges and universities
n cal School has chosen. The Navb
In Local SchoOl tuition, fees and books,
On December 12 trainer of $59 per mo:
On 'December 12 NROTC midshipmen.
mer NROTC midshipm
Vice Admiral B. J. Semmes, Jr., interesting and reward
Chief of Naval Personnel, announc- cruises to different p,
ed today that December 12 has, world. After completion
been designated as the test date'year college course and
for the 19th annual national com- ments, an NROTC mid
petitive NROTC examination. Par- commissioned as a.reg
ents and high school officials in the U. S. Navy or M
should remind eligible young high and goes on active dul
school seniors and graduates to operating forces.
submit their applications before The program is ope
November 20, 1964. high school seniors an(
The Regular NROTC Program, who will have reached
which is designed to supplement but not their 21st birt:
the career officer output of the U. June 1965. Those wh
S. Naval Academy, offers a won. qualifying score will b(
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to earn a regular commission while aminations early in 19E


mately 2,000 young men from those nation and application forms are
remaining in competition will thus available at local high schools and
be selected to attend college next Navy Recruiting Stations or from
September to prepare for their the Chief of Naval Personnel, De-
naval careers. apartment of the Navy, Washington,
1965 NROTC Bulletins of Infor- D. C. 20370.









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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


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WE ARE NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR CONNECTION

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SERVICE MAY SIGN UP AT GOODSON TV CENTER NEXT

TO THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE, OR PHONE 227-3251 OR

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The Rates Are


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1964


Legal


Notices


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-
flict herewith.
J. B. WILLIAMS, 4t
City Auditor and Clerk


IPhone 639-2356 Wewahitchka, Fla. |


teenth Judicial Circuit, in and for
Gulf County, Florida, wherein
Alma Montgomery is plaintiff and
0. H. Taylor, Wynell Taylor Har-
rison, Larry Odies Taylor, Michael
Henry Taylor and Linda Diane Tay-
lor are defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for
cash at the front door of the Gulf
County Courthouse in Wewa-
hitchka, Gulf County, Florida, at
11:00 A. M. on the 2nd day of No-
vember, A. D. 1964, the following
described property as set forth in
said final decree, to-wit:
Lots Five (5), Six (6), Forty-
one (41) and Forty-two (42) in
Block "C" of Beaty subdivision
of Gulf County, Florida, ac-
cording to the Official Plat
thereof on file in the office of
the Clerk of Circuit Court of
Gulf County, Florida.
Dated this 19th day of October,
A. D. 1964.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida.
4t-10-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT. GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
ALMA P. McCLELLAN,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Alma P. McClellan, deceased, are
hereby notified and required to
file any claims or demands which
they may have aganist said estate
in the office of the County Judge
of Gulf County, Florida, in the
Courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months
from the date of the first publica-
tion of this notice. Each claim or
demand must be in writing and
muist state the place of residence
and post office address of the
claimant and must be sworn to by
the claimant, his agent, or his at-
torney ,or it will become void ac-
cording to law.
Dated October 19, 1964.
ERLINE M. MOORE,
Administratrix of the Estate
of Alma P. McClellan,
deceased.
Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
221 Reid Avenue,
Port St. Joe, Florida,
Attorney for Administratrix.


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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S NOTICE TO ALL FREEHOLDERS
COURT IN AND FOR GULF ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF
COUNTY, FLORIDA. PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
In Re Estate of Notice is hereby given that the
R. M. SPILLERS, City Registration books will be
Deceased. open at the office of the City Clerk,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS City Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida for
All creditors of the estate of R. a period from 9:00 A.M., October
M. Spillers, deceased, are hereby 9, 1964 through 12:00 o'clock noon
notified and required to file any October 31, 1964 for the purpose
claims or demands which they of registering persons who have
h79v against said estate in the Of- been residents of this city for the
fice of the County Judge of Gulf pas1 six months and of the State
County, Florida, in the Courthouse of Florida for one year, and who
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within six are freeholders.
calendar months from the date of The City registration books will
the first publication of this notice. be open between the hours of
Each claim or demand must be in 9:00 A.M., and 12:00 o'clock noon
writing and must state the place and from 2:00 p.m. until 5:00
or residence and post office ad- o'clock p.m. Monday through Fri-
dress of the claimant and must be day and from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00
sworn to by the claimant, his agent, o'clock noon on Saturday's for a
or his attorney, or it will become period from October 9 until,12:00
void according to law. o'clock noon October 31, at which
Dated this 2nd day of October, time the registration books will
A D. 1964. close. All persons who are Free-
Leslie D. Spillers, holder electors in the City are re-
Administratrix of the Estate quired to registered.
of R. M. Spillers, Deceased. J. B. WILLIAMS 10-8
William J. Rish, City Auditor and Clerk
303 Fourth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
Attorney for Administratrix. COURT, GULF COUNTY,
10-8 FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
_____In Re: Estate of
MARIE E. JONES,
NOTICE OF ELECTION deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that NOTICE TO CREDITORS
a Special Municipal Election 'of All creditors of the estate of
freeholders will be held in the Marie E. Jones, deceased, are here-
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, on by notified and required to file
the 10th day of November, 1964, any claims or demands which they
between the hours of 7:00 o'clock may have against said estate in
A.M. and 7:00 o'clock P.M., at the the office of the County Judge of
following polling place Gulf County, Florida, in the Court-
City Hall in Port St. Joe house at Wewahitchka, Florida,
at which said election there will be within six (6) calendar months
submitted to the duly qualified from the date of the first publica-
electors of the City of Port St. Joe tion of this notice. Each claim or
who are freeholders, for approval demand must be in writing and
or rejection, an Ordinance adopt- must state the place or residence
ed by the City Commission of the and post office address of the clai-
City of Port St. Joe on the 15th mant and must be sworn to by the
day of September, A. D. 1964, en- claimant, his agent, or his attor-
titled as follows: ney, or it will become void accord-
ORDINANCE NO. 13 ing to law.
An Ordinance granting a thir- /s/ A. Morgan Jones, Jr.
ty year franchise to Gulf Cable- /s/ Elizabeth J. Tomlinson
Vision Co., Inc., its successors /s/ Mae Jones Dean
and assigns, to construct, erect, SILAS R. STONE
install, repair, extend, maintain 321 Reid Avenue 4t
and operate a system of lines of Port St. Joe, Florida 10-8
television coaxial cable, closed Attorney for Executors
circuit television and pay televi- _____ -_
sion, including poles, wires, fix- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
tures and other apparatus where FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
necessary upon, along, under and CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
over streets, parkways and pub- OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
lic grounds, grass plots, bridges GULF COUNTY. In CHAN-
and viaducts, in the City of Port GULF n C
St. Joe, Florida, for the purpose CERYA
of laying, repairing, extending ALMAMONTGOMERY,Plaintiff
and maintaining coaxial cable l
poles, wires and other apparatus H. TAYLOR, WYNELL TAY-
used in connection with said bus- TA W E T -
iness, setting forth the conditions LOR HARRISON, LARRY ODIES
and limitations accompanying TAYLOR, MICHAEL HENRY
the grant of said franchise; set- TAYLOR and LINDA DIANE
ting forth the calling of a special TAYLOR, Defendants
election; providing for an effec- D f SALsE
tive date; providing for maxi- NOTICE OF SALE
mum rates therefore; providing Notice is hereby given pursuant
compensation tothe City of Port to a final decree of foreclosure
dated October 16, 1964, and en-
tered in Chancery Case No. 2444
Sof the Circuit Court of the Four-


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Membership Offers
New Challenge .. .
PTA's throughout the nation ". '. '' ''
are offering a challenging new
invitation this fall to member- .-.--- ,. .. .. .. ,... : :
ship in an organization that ." :':'-: : '
works for all children and '... .
youth.
With membership in the PTA '
comes an opportunity to take ... .
part in activities designed to ..
attack the problems that most- 4" -
critically affect children's wel- "' .". .
fare today.
Says Mrs. Jennelle Moorhead, .
president of the National Con-
gress of Parents and Teachers: '-
"The scientific, technological, -.. .
and social revolution of our ; .
time make it more imperative : .. .
than ever that every child re-
ceive the highest advantages in ..
physical, mental, social, and
spiritual education." ,.. ..-
Still, she notes, "nowhere, not i
even in the most favored com- ..
unity, are all children served '..
well or equally well." |l' .- ;
That's why the National PTA
Action Program for the coming '
three years is to be planned and i-'. ', "
written by PTA leaders and '
members throughout the nation i
-with counsel from leaders of
other organizations that share,
in some measure, the PTA's con-
cern for children and their wel- '
fare.
The suggestions for PTA ac-
tivity will be flexible enough,
Mis. Moorhead believes, so that
"every community can benefit
by the broad experience repre-
sented in the parent-teacher viion programs threaten chil- cials, directing attention to the
movement." dren's moral and spiritual val- needs of children and offering
She sees PTA's as "uniquely ues? PTA's can plan a survey the seasoned leadership needed
qualified" to pinpoint each cor- of TV-viewing and. movie-going to equalize and improve services
munity's need for services to like the one .conducted by the to those children.
children-and to help meet Valley Area Council of PTA's That's the challenge implied
these needs effectively, in Ohio--a two-year effort in- in every invitation, "Join the
-Do children face inadequate volving nearly 5,000 parents PTA."
school facilities ? The PTA may and students in the Cincinnati It's an Invitation being offered
work to secure funds for new area-and make their views this fall by more than 47,000
buildings, scoring like the par- known to producers and distrib- local PTA's in the National
ent-teacher association in Gay- utors. Congress of Parents and Teach-
lord, Michigan, which won corn- -Do children growing up in ers. By accepting the invita-
munity support of a $950,000 the U. S. today have too little tion millions of Americans will
bond issue. respect for law and individual find many avenues of service to
-Do children from deprived liberty? The PTA Magazine children. Through such serv-
families fall behind in school helps parents provide the basis ices children benefit immeasur-
for lack of encouragement or for developing self-discipline in ably-in physical and emotional
opportunity to study? PTA's children and understanding bet- health, spiritual strength, and
can establish a study center like ter what is involved in safe- good citizenship.
that formed by Chicago's South- guarding individual rights and "With more children than
east Council of PTA's, which liberties. And PTA's in corn- ever before growing to maturi-
provides books and desks and munities large and small pro- ty," Mrs. Moorhead points outu
even student tutors from the vide a forum for bringing to- "more dedicated parents and
nearby University of Chicago. gether parents, educators, re- teachers than ever before, are
-Do current movies or tele- ligious leaders and civic offi- needed in the PTA."


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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
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SHADE T. MORRIS RETURNS


Last Saturuay nightiL elody The-
ta Rho Girls presented a very imr,
pressive courtesy for the State
Theta Rho President, Nancy Stew-


FROM TAMPA HOSPITAL art.
Shade T. Morris, of white City The girls activities began on Sat-
has returned home after a stay in urday afternoon when they had a
a Tampa hospital.. luncheon in honor of the preisdent.
Morris, an employee of the Gulf After the luncheon, the president
County Mosquito Control program and Mrs. Hugh Lee Mick, chairman
was undergoing treatment for poi- of the Joint Youth Committee,
soning received from the spray gave a school of instruction. The
chemicals. school of instruction was to show


Presbyterian Women Have Circle

Meeting, Bible Study At Bissett Home


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THETA RHO MEMBERS: First row, left to right,
Linda Webb, Susan Antley, Carolette Williams,
State President; Nancy Street, Maretta Lee, Ce-
celia Boone and Vicki McGill.
Second row, Mrs. Andy Owens, advisor, Ju-


die Williams, Joan Lee, Judy Carter, Joan Fite,
Patsy Johnson, Beckie Walker, Joan Wise, Dean
Goodman, Charlotte Marshall, Carol Ann Byrd,
Rita Rasmussen, Mrs. Hugh Lee Mick, chairman
of the youth committee. (-* photo)


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Theta Rho Girls Fete State President In Impressive

Ceremonies Saturday Night In American Legion Home
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LItn gi1i lnW Ae VV r Vne r a llao as
been added.
That night the girls assembled at
the American Legion Home for the
special meeting. The meeting was
opened by the presidht, Charlotte Port St. Joe High School
Williams. After the opening of the Monday, October 26
meeting the club president asked Spaghetti and meat sauce,
the state president to initiate four slaw, cheese weaIge, apple pie,
new members. The new members bread and butter.
who were initiated were: Kaye Tuesday, October 27
Clemmens, Linda Rycroft, Rita Chicken pie, English peas,
Faulk and Ann Johnson. Susanne tuce and tomato, 1,000 island
Antley, past president, of the club sing, peanut butter cookies,
presented the state president with bread and butter.
a gift from the club after which Wednesday, October 28
Judy Williams, Diane Goodman Wednesday, October 28
dy Williams, Diane ooman Meat loaf, rice gravy, frozen
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andl V1icki IVcill isanglll tlli presi-
dent's hymn, "How Great Thou
Art".


The women of the Presbyterian community and church projects After the meeting all the girls
Church held their Circle Bible discussed and plans made to act aner three chaperones went out to
Study at the home of Mrs. L. S. upon the decisions. It was reported three chaperone they all ent out toyed
Bissett, Jr., on Monday, October that Mrs. Carl Guilford consenteda slumber party.
12, at 4 o'clock. Mrs. Bissett en- to accept a new post as Flower All in all, it was a very y.memor-
riched the fellowship with her chairman and that a new list able week end for the girls and
warm hospitality and delicious re- would be made out for the com- their chaperones.
freshments. ing year. Mrs. L. S. Bissett, chair- eir chaperones.
The meeting was opened with man of Personal Faith and Family
Mu C, E. U oytg lading in prayer. Life, made a report on her work: Clark-Merritt
Mrs. J, R. Smith gave an enlight- "All the clothing listed as needed
ening report oil ihurch Extension by the Circle's adopted Thornwell1i Wed Told
which was the monthly emphasis.Orphanage boy, had been bought ing
Mrs. Smith kindly consented There were no other reports fromI
prese mth t h consien the ab co.mtt ~Wchairmaen. The group The marriage of Miss Sandra
present the emphasis in the ab- O..lt. .. hre Elaine Clark to Mr Myron Robert
sence of Mrs. R. M. Spillers, chair- glanced through the opening Merritt ill be f interest to their
man of Church Extension. At the sections of the Women's Workbook Mer ritt will be of interest to their
conclusion of this report everyone to gain an overall picture of their highland View, Florida. The sim-
bowed for prayer as an offering work in the congregation ,in the l r
was taken for the building fund, Church and in the Circle. ple, yet impressive, ring ceremony
and Mrs. Smith prayed the dedi- Plans for the general meeting was performed at Quitmna, e eor-
catory prayer. were made as follows: The meet- gia, on Saturday, September 12,
The Bible study was begun on ing will be held at the church on 1964.
The Bible study was begun oNovember 2nd at 4 o'clock. Mrs. Mrs. Merritt is the daughter of
the book of Ephesians and Mrs. J .R. Smith will be responsible for Mr. and Mrs. Grover A. Clark of
Peggy Christian very effectively the program entitled, "Not By Highland View.
presented the first study, "Intro-. Bread Alone." All are urged to Mr. Merritt is the son of Mr.
during the Study of Ephesians attend. and Mrs. Robert Merritt of Port
A request for special prayer was The devotional was entitled "No St. Joe, and is a student at Gulf
made and Mrs. L. S. Bissett led Time for God?" Mrs. S. R. Brown, Coast College at Panama City, Fla.
the group in prayer. Jr., closed the meeting with prayer. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt are now re-
Mrs. S. R. Brown, Jr., opened The closing thought, "When sin- siding at 1813 Drave Avenue, Pan-
the business section of the pro- ners kill time, it isn't murder-it's ama City, Fla.
gram with the roll call and count- suicide!" Devotional written by H.
ed 11 present There were some G. Bosch.
kai v-: IV


ter beans, tossed green salad, cake,
sliced peaches, milk, bread and
butter.
Thursday, October 29
Tasayna noodles, turnip greens,
corn bread, peas with snaps, choc-
olate pudding, milk, rolls and but-


Jayceettes Met

Monday Night
The Port St. Joe Jayceettes met
Monday night at the St. Joe Motel.
Hostesses for the evening were
Mrs. John Howard and Mrs. Rudy
Pippin.
Mrs. Johnny Costin brought an
assortment of Christmas tree ball
decorations she had made from old
beads, ribbons, sequins, etc. The
group decided to have a workshop


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1964


Gulf Chapter 191


UDC Tours Area


Honors WG Matron Historical Sites


Gulf Chapter 191, Order of East-
ern Star, honored the Worthy
Grand Matron of the Grand Chap-
ter of Florida, Mrs. Adele Robert-
son of Miami, and other Grand Of-
ficers and representatives with a
banquet at the St. Joe Motel Tues-
day, October 13.


The Winnie Davis Chapter of
the United Daughters of the Con-
federacy of Tallahassee and Wa-
kulla annually make a field trip.,
to historical cities of interest. This
year they selected Port St. Joe.
They gathered at the St. Joe Mo-
tel last Saturday at noon for a


following the next November meet- Following the banquet, everyone luncheon.
ing and all members are asked to was invited to reassemble in.the Mrs. Ned Porter talked to the
bring anything that might be used Chapter Room for the regular ladies about the history of Port
in making one of these decorations. meeting of the Chapter and official St. Joe and conducted the field
The girls will be working toward visit of the Worthy Grand Matron. trip after the luncheon. Mrs. R. II.
the creation of a beautiful Christ- The Chapter Room was beautifully Brinson was also a guest.
mas tree for one of the Municipal decorated, using all flowers and all Mrs. Porter conducted the Win-
Hospital waiting areas. colors, as preferred by the Worthy nie Davis chapter to the various
Mrs. John Howard reported on Grand Matron. A large open Bible points of historical interest thru-
the Jayceettes' little adopted child framed by lighted rose buds of out this area which included the
which is at Sunland Training Cen- varied colors stood in front of the site of the St. Joseph and Wimico
ter in Marianna. Each month a dif- dias. Other decorations in the hall Railroad, the first steam railroad
ferent member is in charge of emphasized the Worthy Grand Ma- in Florida, and one of the earliest
writing him and sending his tron's motto "Truth and Faith in the United States, the Copsti-
money. Lights Our Way" and her emblem tution Monument which marks
Service Chairman, Mrs. Lou Lit- "The Star". Florida's birth as a state, the Con-
tle, reported on the families that Among the distinguished guests stitution Memorial Museum, where
the Jayceettes will be helping in introduced were: Mrs. Gertrude Mrs. Brinson conducted the ladies
the clothing of the children. Mem- Purcell, Grand Ruth, of Grand through the museum, the Centen-
bers brought clothes to the meet- Ridge; Mrs. Juanita Wade, Grand nial Building which commemorates
ing to donate. All members who Representative to Nebraska, Apala- the 100th anniversary of the form-
did not bring any clothes or were chicola; Mrs. Effie White, Member ing of Florida's first Constitution.
absent from the meeting, please of Library Committee of Grand Mrs. Porter also pointed out to
contact Mrs. Little and get your Chapter, Panama City; Mrs. Corene them the location of the historical
baby and children clothes to her. Dykes, Past Grand Esther, Panama shipyard cove and the site of the
Mrs. Joe Parrott reported on the City; Mrs. Velma Willis, Grand In- historical Confederate salt works
Jaycee conference she attended structor, District 3, Panama City; mine. Then the ladies were, taken
with her husband and the ad- Albert Stephens, representing the to view the site of the cemetery of
vantages of these conferences, Grand Conductress, Mrs. Onie Mae th old City of St. Joseph. All of
Jayceette-wise. She urges all who Stephens, Marianna; Homer Robert- the Winnie Davis chapter of DAR's
ca nto encourage their Jaycee hus- son, Past Patron, South Miami expressed great admiration and in-
bands to attend these conferences. Chapter 250, Miami. terest in all historical sites and
Mrs. Hulan Mitchell reported on Members of the following Chap- accomplishments.
the social for husbands and wives ters were among the guests: Pan- Mrs. Porter wishes to express
for the month of November. It will ama City 102, Wewahitchka 229, her personal 'thanks to Mayor
1-en P-ar-ii~ar qsiinnor u nr'..- oAdr------Ia Fn no ndhC


be a Progressive upper anuu purom- (
ises to be loads of fun for all.
The group also would like to
take this means of expressing their
regrets on the loss of an active
member, Mrs. Jake Koller. Mr. and
Mrs. Koller will be moving to Fort
Walton. Port St. Joe Jayceettes t
wish them "good luck" in their
new home.
Mrs. Bill Brown was given the
job of treasurer to replace Mrs.
Koller.
Mrs. Charles Norton was in
charge of the program, which was


ter. entitled, "The Beauty Habit." A
Friday, October 30 film was shown to emphasize the
Fish, bread, baked beans, potato program. Everyone enjoyed this
stix, cole slaw, lemon frosted cake. very interesting and educational
program.
Port St. Joe Elementary School The group was very happy to
Monday, October 26 have as their visitors Mrs. Linda
Beef hash, creamed carrots, cel- Sullivan and Mrs. Robert Nedley.
ery sticks, chocolate pudding, NOT
white bread and butter and milk. We wish to a that an appli-
Tuesday, October 27 cation was tendered for filing with
Barbecue chicken on buns, cab- the Federal Communications Com-
bage slaw, snap beans, date squares mission in Washington, D. C. on
butter and milk. October 19, 1964, for transfer of
broadcast license for Radio Station
Wednesday, October 28 WJOE, Port St. Joe, Florida, from
Beef and vegetable soup, pimen- Robert D. Sidwell trading as Little
to cheese sandwiches, saltine crack- Joe Enterprise to Big Bend Broad-
ers, fresh oranges and milk. casting Corporation. Members of
the public who may wish to bring
Thursday, October 29 to the comimssion's attention facts
Oven fried steak, English peas, concerning WJOE or who may op-
lettuce and tomato salad, orange pose the sale of WJOE to the Big
juice, peaches, white bread and Bend Broadcasting Corporation
may do so by writing to the Fed-
butter and milk. eral Communications Commission,[
Friday, October 30 Washington 25, D. C., not later than
Navy beans, cheese toast, vege- November 18, 1964, where they
table salad, spiced beets, ginger should set forth in detail the spe-
bread with whipped topping, white cific facts which the writer wishes
bread with whipped topping, white the Commission to consider, in the
bread and butter and milk. passing on this application.


Gorrie 192 (Apalachicola), Adrian Frank Hannon and the City work-
25 (Grand Ridge), Marianna 129, men for having the old cemetery
Miami 75 and South Miami 250. in such meticulous condition for
The Worthy Grand Matron an- this special event and also to Mrs.
nounced the appointment of Mrs. Mouchette for the appropriate
Eula Dickey, Past Matron of Gulf' and attractive decor and luncheon.
Chapter, as Grand Representative
to the State of Wyoming, the ap- ATTEND SMITH FUNERAL
pointment to become effective IN GREENSBORO MONDAY
January 1, 1965. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Lewis, Mr.
and Mrs. P. A. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs.
CARD OF THANKS D. M. Lewis, Miss Frain Thomas
I can't find words to express my and Mrs. Sarah Lewis attended fu-
appreciation for all the kind words neral services Monday, October
and beautiful flowers sent to me 19, in Greensboro for their
while in the hospital. I wish to brother-in-law and son-in-law, Mr.
thank all the nurses and doctors George H. Smith, Jr. Mr. Smith, a
and especially Dr. Joe Hendrix for former resident of St. Joe, was
their kindness to me. May God's manager of the first Sewanee Store
richest blessings rest upon each of located in the building now occu-
you. pied by Kennedy Electrical and
Carl Dees and family Refrigeration Service.





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Phone 7-8111


FOR SALE OR RENT: 2 bedroom
concrete block dwelling. Palm
Blvd. Call Cecil G. Costin, 227-
4311. tfc-10-12
FOR SALE OR RENT: 3 bedroom
unfurnished house, 110 Hunter
Circle. Call 229-4571. tfc-10-22
FOR RENT or SALE: 1303 Marvin
Ave. Unfurnished 2 bedroom
house. Den, living room, dining
room. 1250 sq. ft. living area. See
Bob Ellzey or call 227-4611. Avail-
able Sept. 1.
FOR RENT or SALE: 2 bedroom
duplex on Palm Blvd. Single
dwelling for sale, 2 bedroom. Easy
terms. Closing cost only. Also du-
plex for sale on 10th Street. Pur-
chaser may assume mortgage. Easy
terms. Call Cecil G, Costin, Jr.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un-
furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60
month. Inquire Jim Mapes, 648-
3840. tfc-10-1

FOR RENT: Business property on
Highway 98. With living quarters
connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6


FOR RENT: Rev. Harthern's beach
cottage located at St. Joe Beach.
Nicely furnished. Contact E. L.
Lightfoot, Phone 227-8206. 3t-10-8
FOR RENT: By night or week, one
bedroom and private bath, liv-
ing room and TV room privilege.
528 corner of Sixth Street and
Woodward Ave. 2tp-10-12
FOR RENT: Three bedroom, house,
2 baths. Furnished. Phone 227-
8111 or 227-4351. tfc-10-22
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, liv-
ing room, dining room, kitchen,
bath and large back porch. Phone
229-1351. tfc-10-22
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot-
tage with large porch. On St.
Joe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone
648-3472. tfc-7-16
FOR RENT: Furnithed anpertmeut
1506 Long Ave. Phiv ?i97 ?i 1
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: House at 214 7th St.
i $40.00 month. Call 227-7846. 4t


FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-1 FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
room house. Convenient to apartment. 1505 Monument Ave-,
school and town. Phone 227-8536 .nue. Phone 227-7421. tfc-10-1
after 5:00 p.m. FOR RENT: Furnished brick home.
Large living room with fire place,
FOR SALE: Adding machine paper. dinin groom, two large bedrooms
Pac'-age of 3 rolls, 70c. The Star, and garage. 1C31 Long Ave. J. A.
227-3161. iMira. 648-4128 or 227-2711.


FOR RENT: Apartment. Bedroom, i FOR SALE: 14' boat, 15 horse Gale ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
living room, dining room. Phone motor and trailer. $450. See J. every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
227-8305 or write p. o. box 386. tf T. Ivey at Pates' Shell Service. tfc ,, Prish House. 309% 6th St. Porr
FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom fur- FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet in ex-!' Joe Fa. Phone 229-36 fo-
nished and one 3-bedroom fur- cellent condition. Can see at 120 I1u her information or write P. 0.
nished houses at Beach. 2-bedroom Bellamy Circle. Phone 9-1711. Itp Lu. 535.
furnished, 2-bedroom unfurnished -
and 1-bedroom furnished houses in FOR SALE: 1962 model 52-10 Mag- WOOD WORKS--Screen doors,
Port St. Joe. Enquire at Smith's I nolia mobil home. 1% baths, 2 picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
Pharmacy, Phone 227-5111. tfc bedrooms, all appliances built in. sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
Will sell at current wholesale val- Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
FOR RENT: 10th St., 5 room house, ue. Phone 648-3580, after 6. 2tp
unfurnished, $35 mo. 10th St., 2 MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
bedroom house furnished. $35 mo. FOR SALE: Welch pony. For infor- man is as near as your telephone.
Long Ave., 5 room unfurnished mation call 648-3670. tfc-10-12 Call 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES
house, $40 mo. See Mrs. Nora Du- OF ST. JOE, across from the Post
ren, Phone 227-5471 or phone 229- OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper, Office. Local and Long Distance
2941. 2c-l-16 rag content bond, all sizes. On- Moving. Free Estimates.
ionskin, manuscript covers, carbon
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom furnished paper, clips, fasteners, file folders. R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
house at St. Joe Beach or will Everything for the office. The Star, Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
sell with low down payment. J. 227-3161. 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
D. Clark, 227-7771. companions welcome.
FOR MASON SHOES see R. C. Lup- JOE EVANS, High Priest
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- ton at 502 8th St. or Mrs. Jimmy JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary -
ment. Couple only. 1621 Monu- Kilbourn phone 229-1521. 5tp
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641 or 227- THERE WILL BE a regular com-
3201. tfe JOB WANTED: Housework. See munication of Puort St. Joe Lodge
Betty Lee at 322 Ave. A. No .111, F. & A. M., ever. first
FOR RENT: Furnished three room FOR SALE: 29 foot house trailer, and third Thulsday at 8'90 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished three room Contact Walter Johnson at 227- A
apartment house. Living, bed- 7766. 2tc-10-22 .
room, kitchen and bath. Located -
1317% Long Ave. Call 229-3701. WANTED: Rawleigh dealer in, N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
.. Gulf County or Port St. Joe. h. L. BURGE, Secretary
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house., i Write Rawleigh, Dept. FA J 100 3,
Hardwood floors, built in electric Memphis, Tenn. 4tp-10-22. WILLIS V. ROWAN, POS- 1)1,
a,):'i ances, built in heating system, "`17IE AMERIKAN LEGIO.N, rr,e"t.
chain link fence. t 2 is oht. CASH IN: On the Christmas sell-i second and fourth Tu .dy
information call 227-8341. tfc-22 ing season. Be an Avon repre- nights, 8:00 p.m. American LA10an
tentative in your neighborhood. me.
CR SALE: Office machine ribbons Write Mrs. Dorothy Martin, Avon
for all popular machines. $1.00 .Manager, P. 0. Box 3345, MSS, Tal- SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
The Star. Phone 227-3161. i lahassee or call 385-1818. BI uford Griffin, phone 229-3097


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