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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 29, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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"Port St. Joe-The Olret Port for the Apalachicola-Chtsihthoochee Valley"


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1964


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Homecoming Queen, Miss c'.y Ch riders, poses above between
her escort, Junior Nichols (left) and team captain Jimmy Goodman
(right) with Miss Teresa Nichols, flower girl and Donnie McLaw-
hon crown bearer, in front. photo)


lot met a delay in a hearing be-
fore Circuit Judge Robert L. Mc-
Crary yesterday afternoon.
Kennedy, through his attor-
ney's David Carl Gaskin of We-
wahitchka and Ben Barnes of
Marianna, filed a motion to
quash the writ end, in effect, de-
lay the decision until after No-

Should the attempt by Ham-
r c :. to unseat Kenncdy con-
iin .u, the matter will have to
.be pursued before the Court of
Appeals in Ta!lahassee and then
back to ihe Circuit Court.
Hammock was seeking to have
Kennedy's name removed from
the November ballot due to elec-
tion irregularities, which Ham-
mock claimed cost him the pri-
mary election on May 26.


Miss Becky Childers

Is Homecoming Queen
Footbna! Captain ,Jliminy (oot-
mann crowned Becky t(hihlcrd "Al.,-
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The sen Dunlap ists ani Cheir es-
Beeky Chiuders wilh Jo lior Nich-



Zimmerman.
Betty Hammond with David
Dickey.
Sandy Lee wish Jerry Parrish.
Paula Lovett with Herbert Smith.
Sheila Thornton with David
Young.
Barbara Weeks with Bob Craig.
Making up the Queen's Court
were, Marie Rhames Al Cathey;
Fran Robbins Norton Kilbourn;
Sonja Branch Charles Gibson.


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Acquisition of a road right of
way and a road to the St. Joseph's
Spit State Park continues to doam-
inate t h e County Commission
meetings for a solution to the
problem. And so it was Tuesday
night also.
S ,natGr-5c',t -e'r:ge G.' T |. I G
and Representai ive Ben C. Wil-
li-tns m t ei wth:e -Board Tuesday
u:nighi. t \nilh park coordinate,'
,Jesse V. Stone to try to map an
avenue of action to acquire thi,
right c.f way and the road. All thi
right of way except property own-
ed by Ed Wright of St. Petersbur:'
has been secured. Air. .I -
iproperty in the route of the pro-
posed road amounts to some 40
.cres.
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Precinct No. 8, Port St
in the fire station, City Ha
Precinct No. 9, Port St. J
the Stac House.
Precinct No. 10, Port St
in the Scout Hut.
Precinct No. 11, Port St
in the Centennial Building


J. 0. Baggett, 73,

Is Taken By Death

J. O. Baggett, age 73,
away Wednesday, October
a Thomasville hospital.


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Woodhum, Biologist, Florida Board of Conserva-
tion, St. Petersburg; A. V. Tunison, Director, U.
S. Bureau Sports Fishing and Wildlife, Washing-
ton, D. C.; W. A. Gresh, Regional Director, Bu-
reau of Sports Fishing and Wildlife, Atlanta, Ga.
Martin A. Moe, Jr., Marine Biologist, Florida


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Board of Conservation, Marine Laboratory, St,.
Petersburg; George G. Tapper, Chamber of Com-
merce President. Back row, Tom S. Coldewey,,
Chairman of New Industry Committee; Joe Hen-
drix, Chamber Director and Gene Raffield, tech-
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Cny: "'.'ti, and F -deral biologists and neth ..... Biologist, Florid
spoils is:hing 'bure'Ii p ople were Board of Conservation, St. Peter
i M 1i", in Pit St. Joe last .' ,'- looking : burg; A. V. Tunison, Director, (
ontro; over possible locations for a ma- S. Bureau -'.... ts Fishing and VWil
rine laboratory to be located some- life, ii'l,1 'r, D. C.; W. A
. Joe, where in this section of Florida, Gresh, Regional Director, Bureca
all. according to George G. Tapper, of Sports Fishing and Wildlife, Al
Joe, in President of the Port St. Joe-Gulf lanta, Georgia and Martin A. Moe
County Chamber of Commerce. Jr., Marine Biologist, Florida Boar(
t. Joe, According to Tapper, a marine of Conservation, Marine Labora
l laboratory, costing in the neighbor- tory, St. Petersburg.
t. Joe, hood of two and a half million dol- The delegation was sent to Por
i lars will be located somewhere be- St. Joe by Congressman Bob Sikes
;tween Port St. Joe and Pensacola While in the Port St. Joe area
by the State of Florida and U. S. the men were shown possible site
Government. ;for the laboratory on St. Josepl
The laboratory will employ in Bay by Tapper and Gene Raffield
the neighborhood of 20 technical Tapper said that aid in our be
passed personnel. half is also being sought fron
21, in I Visiting Port St. Joe and look-! Senators Smathers and Holland a
ing over possible sites were: Ken- well as further aid from Sikes.


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Master of ceremonies was Jerry Mr. Baggett had been employed'
Brane. The Port St. Joe High b y the Apalachicola Northern Shark Boosters Meet For Mrs. Annie Pearl Hall
School Band, stationed in a heart- Railroad, where he was chief dis- Breakfast Tomorrow Mrs. Annie Pearl Hall
Shafc B isw a e shaped formation, provided back- patcher, for twenty-seven years. tl8 morow a e Away Home
Ground music for the ceremony. He is survived by three daugh- Jake Mouchette, president of the Passes Away AtwHome
The Pep Club, sponsored by Mrs. tears, Mrs. L. L. Allen, Valdosta, Shark Boosters Association, said Mrs. Annie Pearl Hall, age 63,
was in care of the pre-game cere Georgia; Miss Alma Baggett, Port that a breakfast meeting of the passed away at her home in Oak
was in charge of the pre-game cere- St. Joe; and Mrs. Maurice Fain,
I monies. New Orleans, La.; four grandchil- group will be held Friday morning Grove Friday, October 23.
Sdren; one brother, J. M. Baggett, at the St. Joe Motel. The meeting She is survived by her husband,
High School PTA to California; four sisters, Mrs. Frank will begin at 6:30 and continue un- Billy D.; one daughter, Mrs. Ver-
Shark halfback Bob Craig is shown above bringing down a Keeler, Mrs. Glynn Vorhees, Mrs.'til 8:00 p.m., for those who have enna McGrew, Paw Paw, Michigan;
Chipley Tiger runner in last Friday night's game. Meet At 8:00 Tonight J. B. Jones and Mrs. Robert Bell, to go to work at different hours. four grandchildren; two sisters,
Pensacola; and Mrs. J. R. Parrish, Those interested in boosting the Mrs. Eula Jarrell, Moultrie, Ga.;
T erThe regular meeting of the Port Auburn, Ala. Shark athletic teams are urged to Mrs. Sally Harrell, Cocoa, Florida;
St. Joe High School PTA will be Funeral services were held Fri- be present at the meeting, three brothers, Willie Howell,
Sv ey. held at 8:00 p.m. tonight, Thurs- day afternoon at the First Baptist -_ Doerun, Ga.; Charles and Frank
lasF st v tday, October 29 in the High School Church with Rev. C. Bryon Smith Freddy Joines, student at the Howell, Moultrie, Ga.
Auditorium. officiating. Burial was in Holly Hill University of South Florida in Burial was in the Westview
H om eCom u ing F e stes After a short business meeting Cemetery. Comforter Funeral Tampa visited last week-end with Cemetery in Moultrie.
a program of vital interest to the Home was in charge of arrange- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Comforter Funeral Home was in
Two costly errors in the thirdcommunity will be presented. The ments. Joines. and waited for the day when she
Two costly errors in the third principal speakers will be Charles
quarter and a fumble in the last score. The play had 'been set up La Pradd, Director, School Plant ,
period, cost the Port St. Joe by a 40 yard broken field run by Surveys, Florida State DepartmentMayor, Two Commissio ers Sworn nto Off
Sharks their homecoming victory quarterback Al Cathey. of Education and Dr. Robert King,
last Friday night and allowed an- The Sharks took the loss, 26 to Chairman, Gulf County Education. .
,other win to the Chipley Tigers 6. al Fact Finding Committee .
who remain undefeated so far for The statistics showed the Sharks Mr. La Pradd is thoroughly fa -
the season. improving however. The Sharks miliar with the problems being ex '""
The costly third period saw the gained 101 yards on the ground perienced in the Gulf County Edu- : int 1
Sharks draw penalties on pass in- against 190 for the Tigers. Forty national system. At the request (of .
terference and roughing the kicker of those yards were lost due to the Gulf County School Board, Mr. .'
which cost the Sharks the ball in penalties. The passing game saw La Pradd and his staff recently 7-" "F'
both instances. the Sharks pick up 55 yards to 40 conducted a survey of the present --- .
The pass interference call gave for the Tigers. Quarterback AI Ca- school plant problems and estimat- -- '
the Tigers the ball on the 10 yard they completed four of his 11 ed needs through 1968. He has
line with Watts scoring on a line passes with David Young being his made a written report of his find-
plunge. Earlier in the period and favorite target for the night. ings and recommendations to the
in the same sequence of plays, the County School Board. His talk will
Sharks had held the Tigers to a Graveside Services Held be based on these needs and how .
punting situation and downed the they can be paid for. in
punt on the Tigers 40 yard line. Graveside services were held Dr. King will give a condensed .
A roughing the kicker penalty was yesterday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. report on the findings of his com- n
assessed to the Sharks, giving the at the Kemp Cemetery for James mittee relative to their recent sur--
ball back to the Tigers, who went Owen Land, age 6, who passed vey of school plant problems in
on to score. away Tuesday in the Municipal Gulf County. .
In the fourth period, the Sharks Hospital following a sudden ill- : ,. ..
were overcoming their setbacks ness. ,e a.o"
and had a drive going when the Services were conducted by Sis- ..Da.e Carnegie Course
ball was fumbled in the Shark ter Jean Shoots. The first session of the Dale Car- .. .
backfield. A Tiger picked up the Survivors include the mother, negie Course, sponsored by the ., .:.
ball and ran for the TD. Mrs. Jeanette Land, Wewahitchka; Port St. Joe Lions Club, will be "p: '.
The Tigers drew first blood in one brother, E. J. Land, Jr., and held Thursday night at 7:00 p. m. N.1.. ,
the game scoring in the first per- an aunt, Miss Aelen Adkins, all of in the Episcopal Parish House.
iod on a 30 yard pass play from Wewvahitchka; maternal grandpar- Sponsors of the course announe- Mayor Frank Hannon and Commissioners men began October 1.
..1- I .. D.i The Sharks picked cents, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Adkins of ed that there is room for a few Tom Coldewey and John Robert Smith were of- Shown above, from left to right are: Clerk J.
'- it. ,,ir.i -.,il. -in the second Overstreet and paternal grandpar- more students in the class, which fiscally sworn into a two-year term of off;c th:s B. WH Jiarrs, administering the oath of office; Col-
..i. ,hn1Jun ., Nichols went ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Land of will meet each Thursday night for month, in a regular meeting of the City C:nm,.s- dew-,-. Hannon and Smi;h.


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Kick-off time for the annual PTA
Hallowe'en Carnival is 3:00 p.m.
Saturday, October 31. Festivities
will begin with a parade downtown.
Staging area is behind the St. Joe
Motel on Reid Avenue. All the chil-
dren, dressed in their many cos-
tumes, will be led by the Port St.
Joe High School Band.
Three prizes will be awarded to
the best Hallowe'en costumes. First
prize will be a $25.00 Savings Bond;
second prize, $10.00 in cash and
third prize, $5.00 in cash. The Ele-
mentary PTA will give $5.00 prize
for the best decorated bicycle in
the parade.
Many booths are centered around
the youngsters, however several
have been planned for the enjoy-
ment of adults.
Plan to have your supper out at
the carnival, as there will be
booths serving hot dogs, hambur-
gers, oysters on the half shell,
cake, coffee, soft drinks, pop corn,
snow balls and other goodies.
The Carnival committee has
worked toward making this a very
successful Hallowe'en Carnival,
and to provide the children with a
happy, fun- filled afternoon of
witches, goblins, "boogers" and
entertainment. All proceeds will
go into the PTA fund which in turn
is channeled back into the school.
The Elementary PTA urges you to
come out and support this worthy
project.


Library Contract Is

Signed By Board
The Gulf County Library Com-
mission presented their proposed
budget to the County Board for
ratification Tuesday night, and also
presented a contract agreement
,with the Bay County Library Asso-
ciation to be signed.
The budget presented to the
Board was for a total of $36.164.
This includes local as well as
matching money.
The County has been reluctant
to sign any agreements with the
Bay Library group in the past be-
cause they weren't certain as to
what services would get with the
signing of the agreement.
The signing of the contract on
Tuesday night means that Gulf
County will begin to. get library
services in the next few days or
weeks.
A definite date for the services
to begin cannot be determined un-
til after the signed contract is re-
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SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STARI THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1964 tree seed. The idea being that cer-
tification will result in a better
quality of seed being produced.
Gu County Grower |At present, the Florida Forest
Gulf County Grower Service is the only producer in
Florida of pine tree seeds for Flor-
ida's $750,000,000 forest products
sdl g B industry. However, it's expected
Largest Seedling Buyer that private operators will now be
more likely to begin pine tree pro-
The Florida Forest Service is Richard Ervin on Section 578.08, grams of their own since they will
now have the opportunity to pro-
now the only certified pine tree Paragraph 3 of the 1961 Florida duce certified seed.
seed dealer within the State of Seed Law called pine trees a fibre The capital outlay involved in
Florida. State Reforestation Super- crop and brought their seeds under setting up a pine tree seed produc-
visor Aaron Jordan has' just re- the Florida Seed Law required for tion is quite large, and private en-
,eeived the Service's Seed Dealers agricultural seeds produced in terprise was reluctant to enter the
:Registration Certificate from the Florida. market without chance of having
-Florida Department of Agriculture. The ruling was welcomed by for- their seeds certified.
A ruling effective on July 1, est products people who were anx- The Attorney General's ruling
'1964 by former Attorney General ious to obtain certification for pine was hailed as a step forward for
Florida agriculture and the forest
industry, said Jordan.
opening Times The Forest Service produces
SOpenng Tmesboth pine tree seeds and pine seed-
L m* l Sat. 12:45 p.m. lings (baby pine trees) for sale at
d F Sun. 2:45 p.m. cost to private landowners within
Mon.-Fri ------ 4:45 p.m. the State. Last year the State sold
$2,145 worth of pine tree seeds and
66,307,000 seedlings with a retail
FRIDAY and SATURDAY value of $266,620:
FRIDAY and SATURDAY So far this year, the Florida For-
I H est Service has sold more than
IO $7,000 worth of seed, the largest
ADVENTURE purchaser being Gulf Timberlands
Corporation, a timber producer lo-
ALLl *"cated in Gulf County.
The service sells pine seedlings
N 'to private landowners within the
State for $4 per thousand.

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MARGARET ANNE MILLER
GRADUATES AT LIVELY
Margaret Anne Miller of Port St.
Joe, Fla., graduated on October
13 from the Cosmetology depart-
ment of Lively Technical School,
Tallahassee.
Miss Miller completed the twelve
hundred-hour course and is elig-
ible to take the State Board of


LOTA PALMER CIRCLE MET
WITH MRS. FRANK BARNES
The Lota Palmer Circle of Long
Avenue Baptist Church met with
Mrs. Frank Barnes, October 19, for
their regular monthly circle meet-
ing.
Mrs. N. G. Martin, Circle chair-
man, presided over a short busi-
ness meeting with the following
officers and chairmen elected to
serve for the coming year.
Program chairman, Mrs. T. J.
Braxton; Stewardship and Prayer,
Mrs. T. D. Hutchinson; Community
Missions, Mrs. Frank Barnes; Chil-
dren's Home, Mrs. W. D. Sykes;
Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs.
Wayne Hendrix; Social chairman,
Mrs. J. 0. Lucas; Members in Serv-
ice, Mrs. N. K. Arnold; Publicity
chairman, Mrs. Dave Maddox.
The program on "Worship" was
presented by Mrs. Dave Maddox
and closed with prayer by Mrs. T.
J. Braxton. A period of fellowship
and refreshments followed.

CIRCLE THREE MET TUESDAY
AT HOME OF MRS. BARBEE
Circle Three met Tuesday after-
noon in the home of Mrs. H. F.
Barbee, with three members pres-


Cosmetology examination, given in ent.
Tallahassee by the Florida State Mrs. Barbee presented the pro-
Board of Cosmetology. Applicants gram from Royal Service, "0, Wor-
are given a written, practical and ship the King."
oral test in all branches of cos- During the business session, the
metology. She is planning to work circle officers were elected.
in Tallahassee, The meeting was closed with
Miss Miller was awarded a Port nravyer by Mrs. A. P. Jackson.


CHRIST AMBASSADORS OF
HIGHLAND VIEW HOLD MEET
The Christ Ambassadors of the
Highland View Assembly of God
Church held their regular meeting
Saturday night at 7:45 p. m.


Beta Sigma Phi Meefs
'For Area Meeting
Thirteen members of the Eta
Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma
Phi attended the Gulf area Council
meeting in Tallahassee Sundav


The service was opened with y'
song service conducted by Betty October 18. After lunch at the Hol-
Creamer. Prayer request was given iday Inn, door prizes were won
by Mrs. Bob Raffield. by several of the members attend-
Offering was taken by Donna ing. Among the prize winners were
Smith. Prayer over the offering Dot Pippin, June Gay, Gladys
was given by Rev. W. G. Mizelle. Brown, Dot Grossmann and Elva
The service was turned over to Jones of Port St. Joe. Dot Gross-
Leroy Jones. Questions were asked mann was the winner of a week-
and the answers were given by the long all expense paid vacation for
group. The service was closed in two to Miami.
prayer by Mrs. Bob Raffield. Last on the program was the
The service will be held next business meeting conducted by two
Friday at 7:45. Everyone is invited Port St. Joe members, Elva Jones,
to attend. chairman and Sammie Dean, secre-
C. A. Reporter, Betty Creamer. tary and treasurer.
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Mrs. R. G. Boyles of Boyles De- NOTE OF THANKS
apartment Store is attending the I would like to take this means
Southeastern Exhibitors showing to thank my friends in Port St. Joe
of ladies and children ready-to- for the cards and their expressions
wear apparel in Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. of sympathy shown me due to the
Boyles is making holiday and death of my brother, J. M. Harris.
spring 1965 purchases. Estelle Griffin,
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David Roche, who is attending -+
Jones Business College in Orlando, Miss JoAnn Lapeyrouse from
was home for the week-end. Orlando spent the week-end here
visiting friends.


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CITY FIRE DEPT. MEETS St. Joe Paper Mill Foundation Refreshments were served by
Scholarship for Training, the hostess. 1.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the -
White City Volunteer Fire Depart- Mr. and Mrs. Ned Porter will 2.
ment held their regular meeting return home today after spending 3.
in the Community Hall with Mrs. the first part of this week in At-
Edgar Williams as hostess. lanta, Georgia. 4.
The meeting was called to order 5.
by the President, Mrs. James Hor- D rs in6.
ton, asking Mrs. Robert Daniells to Divers Club Joins 7.
lead the group in prayer. Gulf Coast Council
Minutes of the previous meeting 8.
were read by the Secretary-Treas- Six delegates from the Port St. 9.
urer, Mrs. Raymond Hightower, Joe High School Diving Club made
and approved by the group. a trip on Friday night, October 10.
Mrs. Bill Harper having been j 27, to Destin, Florida, for the pur- 11.
appointed to remind the members pose of joining the newly-formed 13.
of the meetings at a previous meet- .Gulf Coast Diving Council. The 14.
ing, reminded all members to bring\ delegates were: Mr. James Yadon,
needle, thread and scraps to make sponsor; Jake Nichols, president; 15
quilt squares. Everyone present Randy Armstrong, vice-president; 16.
seemed to enjoy this meeting very JOHN W. OAKES, III, AT and Bill Hutchins, Eddie Carter,
much. GOODFELLOW AFB, TEX. and Bill Hutchins, Eddie Carter,
We welcomed a new member, SAN ANTONIO, Tex. Airman and Kenneth Creech. Mr. Yadon 17.
Mrs. Bill Rasmussen. We invite John W. Oakes, Ill, son of Mr. and and the two officers were chosen 18.
each interested lady in White City Mrs. John W. Oakes, Jr., og 1703 as representatives for th. club the
to come and be with us. Garrison Ave., Port St. Joe, Fla., remainder of this year. 19.
A very enjoyable social hour of is being assigned to Goodfellow There were clubs from Destin, 20.
cake and coffee was enjoyed by AFB, Tex., for technical training PanamaTheCofficersand Mafor the comingpre22
the ten members present. as a communications analysis spe- sented e officers for the chairman 22
The next meeting will be No- cialist. year were elected. The chairman23.
vember 4 with Mrs .Bill Harper, Airman Oakes, who enlisted in is Mr. Bud Timmons, a game war- 23.
hostess. Ladies, please bring some the Air Force a short time ago, has den from Marianna and sponsor of dec
handiwork. completed his basic military train- the Marianna club. The secretary- my
-. ing at Lackland AFB, Tex. treasurer is Mr. G. H. Morgan from
PORT ST. JOE GOLDEN AGERS The airman is a 1964 graduate Panama City. It was also establish- of
HOST PANAMA CITY GUESTS of Port St. oe High School. ed that the next meeting would be bes
H T A A T GP. held in the near future in Port St.
Nineteen members of the Golden Joe.
Agers were hosts to twenty-seven The council's main purpose will
visitors from the Panama City be to promote safe diving in this
Golden Agers Club and three visit- area. It will establish rules and.
ors from Port St. Joe. regulations for divers all over
The Panama City group enter- northwest Florida. It will also
tainted everyone by presenting two unite the clubs of this area for
skits and a game called "sewing the promotion of the sport of div-
gossip." Singing was enjoyed by ing and establish a better relation-
everyone present and a delicious ship and understanding with the
covered dish dinner was served. public and to do away with un-
The Doxology was sung by the .' reasonable ideas that are given to
group. the public in stories and articles
written by non-divers.

Return Library Books Thrift Shop Reports
Without Paying Fine Record Sales In Oct.
AIRMAN ROBERT L. MUNN
In celebration of the first anni- AT GREAT FALLS, MONT. The Thrift Shop on Reid Avenue,
versary of Saint Joseph's Chil- Airman 3C Robert L. Munn, son operated by Hospital Auxiliary
dren's Library, anyone can return of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Munn, Sr., members, reports record sales so
books that are overdue without 106 Hunter Circle, recently com-'far this month.
paying the overdue fines, for the pleted basic training at Lackland The organization wishes to thank
remainder of this month. Air Force Base ,Texas, and has The Star and WJOE for generous
The library, located on Eighth been assigned to SAC Base at publicity ,telling of its aims and
Street, is open on Tuesdays, Thurs- Great Falls, Montana. needs; Deluxe Cleaners for con-
days and Fridays from 4 to 5 Munn is in the Air Patrol. A tributing help in cleaning and
p. m. graduate of Port St. Joe High pressing; Boyles Department Store
"Rosa-Too-Little." Grades 1-3. A School, he attended Georgia Mili- and the Piggly-Wiggly for articles
happy way to promote a child's tary College in Milledgeville, Ga., of clothing; St. Joe Furniture and
initial interest in a library is to before enlisting in the Air Force Appliance Company and Roche's
invite him to share the plight of in August, 1964. Furniture and Appliance for ar-
little Rosa, too young to borrow tiles for the home; The Star for
books, but who loved the library LONG AVENUE BAPTIST sale tags; and Ruckman's Shoe Re-
charge of local arrangements. W. M. U. MET TUESDAY pair for new shoes.
could sign a library card. The Eleanor Howell Circle met The articles contributed by St.
"The F .B. I." Grades 4-6. An ex- Tuesday, 9:30 a. m. in the home Joe Furniture and Appliance Co.
cellent picture of the organization of Mrs. Pauline Brigman, with' and Roche's Furniture and Appli-
and functions of the F. B .I. is eight members present. ance, the clothing cleaned by De-
skillfully drawn- by an expert The devotional was given by luxe Cleaners and the shoes given
journalist. Young readers gain a Mrs. Ina Odum. Prayer was led by by Ruchman's will be for sale this
clearer understanding of a typical her. Saturday, October 31, when the
agent in this account of his appli- After a brief business meeting Thrift Shop opens at 2:00 P. M.
cation, early law school training, Mrs. Hazel Ferrell, Program chair- Many individuals contribute to
recruit period with the F. B. I. and man, gave a very interesting pro- the success of the Thrift Shop. The
later training followed by real case gram, "0, Worship the King." Hospital Auxiliary is grateful to
work. Those taking part on the program each one.
"Aviation From the Ground Up" were: Mrs. Jessie Core, Mrs. Helen All proceeds from sales at the
Grades 7-8. Destined to be a spe- Britt, Mrs. Eula Dickey, Mrs. Paul- Thrift Shop are used for equip-
cial source book for young boys, ine Brigman, Mrs. Inez Huckeba, ment at the Municipal Hospital. An
this illustrated history of Ameri- Mrs. Clifford Ford. Mrs. Hazel Fer- oxygen tent, a resuscitator and a
can aviation, from the early Wright rell gave the closing prayer. defibrillator are recent additions
brothers' models to the most re- Refreshments were served by to the hospital paid for by the
tent types of jets, offers consider- the hostess. Hospital Auiliary with funds earn-
able information on the subject. --- ed at the Thrift Shop.
Besides giving details on the his- Mr. and Mrs. Grady Player and Mrs. Cecil Costin, Jr., Mrs. Edd
torical, military, commercial and children, Marsha and Davis, visited Ramsey or Mrs. Tom Smith, the
technical'- aspects of aviation, all' recently with Mrs. .Player's par- Pick-up and Marking Committee,
kinds of planes are described, such ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones in will collect articles anyone wishes
as jets, helicopters, rockets, etc. Jackson, Ala. to donate. i..


rter No. 14902
PORT OF CONDITION OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT
PORT ST. JOE, IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS ON OCTOBER 1, 1964. PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO
CALL MADE BY COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, UNDER
SECTION 5211, U. S. REVISED STATUTES.
ASSETS
Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in
process of collection $ 377,293.84
United States Government obligations, direct and
guaranteed (Net of any reserves) 1,542,941.25
Obligations of States and political subdivisions
(Net of any reserves) 733,779.62
Loans and discounts (Net of any reserves) ----------2,155,958.98
Fixed assets 90,145.98
Other assets 50,899.06
TOTAL ASSETS $4,951,018.73
LIABILITIES
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships
and corporations 3,373,762.17
Time and savings deposits of individuals,
partnerships, and corporations 161,568.03
Deporits of United States Government 143,261.76
Deposits of States and political subdivisions -------- 354,007.03
Deposits of banks 79,646.22
Certified and officers' checks, etc. 23,115.58
TOTAL DEPOSITS $4,135,360.70
(a) Total demand deposits --------$3,668,230.85
b) Total time and savings deposits _$ 467,129.94
Rediscounts and other liabilities for borrowed money- 100,000.00
Other liabilities 93,394.60
TOTAL LIABILITIES $4,328,755.39
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Common stock-No. shares outstanding, 8,000
Total par value $ 200,000.00
Surplus 300,000.00
Undivided profits 55,504.42
Reserves 66,758.92
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 622,263.34
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _$4,951,018.73
I, Walter C. Dodson, President of the above-named bank do hereby
lare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of
knowledge and belief.
WALTER C. DODSON.
We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report
condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the
t of our knowledge and belief is true and correct.
J. LAMAR MILLER,
TOM S. COLDEWEY,
J. C. BELIN,
Directors.


tOUttT t F SIKtES CHARLES E SENNETT








D 1. MATTHEWS DANTE 9S PASCEL.


Florida's Democratic Congressional

Delegation Unanimously Endorses

President LYNDON B. JOHNSON
The members of Democratic Congressional Dele-
gation from Florida are proud of the outstand-
ing performance of Lyndon B. Johnson as Presi-
dent of the United States. They commend him to
you as a stable, efficient administrator, and as
a proven friend with an understanding of the
programs which vitally affect Florida's economy.








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Past Mayors Recognized By City Commission


Port St. Joe's Past Mayors were honored at who served several terms as Mayor; Mr. and Mrs.
a meeting of the City Commission last week. At 1. C. Nedley who also served a term as Mayor,
the ceremony, portraits of all- past Mayors of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Belin, a past Mayor; Mrs. B.
the City were presented and hung on the walls of W. Eells, Sr., representing her late husband, B.
the Council Chambers in the City Hall. W. Eells, Sr.; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pridgeon,
Pictured above, representing past Mayors Sr., a past Mayor and D. H. Bynum, another for-
were: present Mayor, Frank Hannon; Jesse V. mer Mayor.
Stone, representing his late father, T. H. Stone (- photo)



Today Last Day for Absentee Ballots


TALLAHASSEE Secretary of
State Tom Adams today reminded,
Florida voters that the deadline for Food Values Are
applying for absentee ballots for T |
the november 3 general election is Greater Than Ever
today, Thursday, October 29, at 5
p. m. ':Food is a Bargain!" Facts folks
Florida law requires that county should know about today's food
supervisors of registration receive
applications for absentee ballots by values.
5 p. m. on the fifth -day preceding "Only 19," that's a slogan and
the election, he pointed out. should be a memorable one due to
Requests for absentee ballot ap- the first nationwide effort of our
plications may be made in person $70 billion dollar grocery industry
or by. letter to the supervisor of which is now telling its 189 mil-
registration. lion customers how good it is-
Persons voting by absentee bal- and how good the customers have
lot must have their ballots in the it.
hands of their supervisor no later From now until the end of Oc-
than 5 p. m. on November 2, Adams tober, the giant food industry-in-
explained. cluding manufacturers, wholesal-
According to Florida's election ers, supermarkets, chain stores and
statutes, no application received independent establishments in big
after the October 29 deadline can towns and small and at the cross-
be honored, and no absentee ballot roads will be demonstrating
received after 5 p .m. on November an important aspect of American
2 can be counted, the Secretary of life ,namely that "Food is a Bar-
State said. gain!"
Absentee ballots may be used by Americans pay less for food-in
anyone who will be out of his percentage of income than any
home county on election day or other. That's where that 'Only 19"
who is physically unable-to attend comes in. It represents ,literally
the polls, and statistically ,the number of
Sennies the, average American
CLASSIFIED ADS! households spends out of each
Midget Investments That Yield take-home dollar for its food. As
Giant Returns! i recently as 1947-49 the housewife's


Lyndon B. Jolmson


Hubert H. Humphrey


food budget took 26 cents out of
the after-taxes dollar.
Today in England, 29 percent of
income goes for food; in France
31 percent;- in Italy 45 percent; in
Russia 53 percent.
It is true, today, that prices are
higher in dollars, so are wages and
salaries-and the only realistic


THE STAR, Port St. Joe,
THURSDAY, OCTOBER


'Miss Seafood

Festival' Will B

Chosen At Ball
APALACHICOLA Juds
the "Miss Apalachicola
Festival" will be done du3
festival ball, which clim
annual seafood festival in
toric port city. Don Fuqu
congressman from Florida's
trict, will lead the grand n
the ball. Fuqua will also cr
1964 queen of the festiv,
gresman Fuqua has been
as feature speaker for thi
festival. His speech will
the free seafood dinner.
Furnishing music for t
will be the "Starlighters,"
lar Tallahassee group. Fort (
the National Guard arm(
Fourth Street in Apalachil
the site of the big dance
grand march is set for 9
EST.
The festival, a day long
sponsored by all of the
civic and governmental
The details of this big event
is expected to attract som
visitors, are being handle
committee composed of re
tatives of the participating
yardstick of value is the w
'spend" for what we want. A
of butter, for instance, that
22 minutes of a wage earned
in 1957, "sells" for 19 mini
day and a quart of milk ha
ped in the same period fr
minutes to five. The coff
can get for 18 minutes today
for 31 minutes seven yeai
In short, the family food bi.
the average factory work
than 8 hours of toil per wec
adays, as compared with 1l
per week 15 years ago.


See them at

THE STA,


Haydon Burns Spessard Holland


For Better Government... On All Levels


Vote For and Support

ALL OF THE




Democratic Nominees


IN THE GENERAL ELECTION


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THE STAR
Published Ev.-y Thursday At 306 Willllam Avenue, Port St Joc. Florida,
By The Star Publihhing Company
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prices. The spoken word is lost; thi printed word remains.



eEditorial


The Eyes of Our Donkey Will Be Aided

By Horn-Rimmed Glasses On Nov. 3
For a number of years now, we have been eligible to
vote and for a longer period of time than that, we have
been paying taxes. In our voting habits over the years,
we have consistently cast our votes for the Democratic nom-
inee, both because we were Democrat and because the Re-
publicans offered no stronger candidates in the areas in
which we cast our vote. Which was the dominating factor
in our vote casting we do not know.
During this period of time, one notable exception crept
into our normal Democratic voting habits we didn't cast
a Democratic vote for Kennedy. We voted instead to cast
a Democratic ballot for Nixon.
Another Presidential and general election has rolled


St. Joe Hardware





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As far as we can see now we will' lit~P5i+ the


Democratic candidates ... not because they are LDemOcrats,
but because we think they are the best men for ,he job
which are available on the ballot we are marking.
But when we get to that part of the ballot where the
Presidential candidate is to be decided, we believe we
will be forced to place the now-familiar horn rimmed glas-
ses on our Democratic donkey and cast our vote for Gold-
,water.
Note that we said forced. We, like Strom Thurmond,
did not choose to leave the Democratic party. We admit
that it has been good for us. But our parents were good to
us also, and the time still came when we had to leave home.
We cannot stand idly by and see our nation in a head-
lcng dash toward socialism, bankruptcy and paternalism.
We are old fashioned enough to still believe that a person
can make it in this life with an honest day's work every now
and then.
Neither can we go along with the "something for noth-
ing" attitude that is pervading the Democratic nominee's
camp. Any sensible person can see that one cannot reduce
taxes and at the time. offer such expensive and wide-sweeping
programs as Medicare (which would not even pay those
NEEDING medical care as much as the present Kerr-Mills
Act does), poverty bill (known in the plainer spoken circles
as the laziness bill), and a lack of concern over rioting and
morality in our nation today (unless of course it happens in
the South). It might be pointed out that racial riots in Phil-
adelphia caused nearly as much damage as Hurricane Dora
did in Jacksonville, but-no Federal troops came to the scene
such as did in Little Rock, Birmingham and Mississippi.
We don't know for sure that Goldwater would do any
different, because he hasn't had the chance as yet. But we
do know the present President has had the chance to better
these areas and hasn't.
We wouldn't expect Mr. Goldwater to be the "panacea"
for all our national ills. We have dipped ourselves too
many times in the springs of indifference. Could be there
has been irreparable damage done. But one thing we do
firmly believe, and that is, if we do not begin now attempt-
ing to stand on our own individual feet, then the wheel
chair we have elected to ride in, will be pushed by a Com-
munist in the direction he wants us to go.


Dr. W. D.


Resigns P
Dr. Willa Dean Lowery, GulfI
Franklin County Health Doctor,N
submitted her resignation to the!
Board of County Commission Tues-
day night, effective on or about
December 20. The date the resig-
nation will be effective will be de-
termined by when the State Board
of Health releases her from her
duties.
Dr. Lowery has accepted an ap-
pointment to the resident staff of
the Obstetrical and Gynecology De-
partment at the University of
Pittsburgh.
In a letter to the Board Dr. Low-
ery praised members of the Health
Department that have work coop-
eratively to make the Health De-
partment an effective organization
in Gulf County.
Dr. Lowery pointed out in her
letter to the Board that there was
still an element in the Health De-
partment that would try to make
the organization into a social club.
Dr. Lowery said that for the most
part, the Department has operat-
ed on a harmonious basis for the
past year.


Phone 227-8111


Tyndall Captain Talks
To Rotary Club Thurs.
Captain Dorsey of Tyndall Air
jF'6r6e Base, spoke ft oIIV Rotary
Cilub last Thursday, destili'iT% the
m4ssisn of Tyndall AFB i1f the de'-
fense' of the iftaAon.
Tyndall's mission is to trail ifn-
terceptor pilots to intercept in su-
personic jets. All students who re-,
port to TyndaUl are seasoned pilot.
and are trained to fly the "hot"
planes and. shoot down "enemy"
targets.
On the statistical side, Capt.
Dorsey said that the fast planes
require 80 man. hours of checking
and maintenance for every hour a
plane is in the air. The base has
$180 million in airplanes in its con-
fines and $320 million in other fa-
cilities. The payroll amounts to
$4 million for civilians and $18
million for military personnel. An
additional $5 million is paid to
contractors for service and con-
struction work.
In a business session Thursday,
Rotarian Bob Fox reported that the
Club had acquired a new building
for a scout hut and the building
would be moved to the scout hut
lot in the near future to replace
the old structure.
Dr. Wayne Hendrix was induct-
ed as a new member.
Guests were Jim Buckleman, T.
E. Gordon, Buck Chauncey and
Bill Buzzett of Apalachicola, Swede
Benson of St. Petersburg, Jim Coo-
per of Port St. Joe and Bob Craig
and Al Cathey of St. Joe High
School.

Two Fires Damage Car,
Home Over Past Week
Two fire calls were answered by
the Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Department during the week.
Friday night of last week at 8:00
p.m., a car with a flooded carbu-
retor caught on fire at the King


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NONA WILLIAMS; ---- Childron's Wear and Shoes, Main Floor
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JAMES HANLON ------ Men's and Boys' Wear, Second Floor
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6-3 ways to shop at Boyles: (a)
Charge your purchases with any


Gulf Service Station on Main St., who promises to be quiet. We feel and all approved credit cards (De-
but the fire was out when the too somber for light Tattle this apartment stores, oil companies and
firemen arrived on the scene. The week and will settle for following others); (b) Use our easy pay lay-
Scar was owned by Henry Bouie. statements relative to the Boyles away plan; (c) Pay cash and take
I a fire originating in the attic of der a service to our friends and This is Boyles platform. A great
a house in Highland View, sum- patrons deal of thought, time and effort
Commissioner Leo Kennedy, who moned the firemen to duty. The patrons: deal of thoughttime and effort
was seeking the Doctor's dismissal home was occupied by Mr. and No. 1-Faithful, helpful servicegoes pinto the op al ration ofd to se
a year ago, praised Dr. Lowery for Mrs. Verlon Norris. Damage was o.- 2-Mercandise o merit basic policies, all directed o serve
her work during the past year and confined to the living room of the and quality. National brands tested you better and save you more.
for the efficiency and service that home which suffered considerable and proven by consumer demand. shopping with friemands who are al
is evident in the Health Depart- fire, smoke and water damage. for sale has been carefully andfer ways interested in pleasing you.
ment. Kennedy expressed regretspersnally selected t m t Far more effort is made to assist
at Dr. Lowery's resignation. Cm- Lwery Warns Public unique needs of our friends and you in selecting the merchandise
missioner Walter Graham, who has customersto meet your needs. There's no city
charge of the Health Department Of Fake Pest Men 4.-Boyles overall prices reflect sales tax in Port St. Joe. There's
also expressed his regrets at Dr. thelowest possible mark-up result- always ample parking facilities and
Lowery leaving the service. Dr. Willa Dean Lowery, Director ing in savings to our customers. No Boyles will even refund your park-
of the Franklin and Gulf County high rent no unnecessary frills ing meter fees with your purchase.
MRS. DOCKERY HOSTESS TO Health Departments issued warn- to fool the public. Our net profit We cordially invite you, in fact,
COROTHY CLARK CIRCLE ing to all property owners in far less than the average. we urge you to visit Boyles during
Mrs. W. P. Dockery was hostess Franklin and Gulf Counties this 5.-Exclusive shopping for ladies the last three days of our greatest
to the Dorothy Clark Circle when week that there are persons work- and children's apparel and shoes Fall Campaign Sale.
they met for their October mission ing in this area that are represent- on th e m ain floor. Men and shoes Fal Campaign Sale.
program. ing themselves as licensed exter. on the mai floor. Men and boys S'long. RGB
The devotional was given by Mrs. minators and posing as employees
Selma Lamberson who also intro- of the Health Departments.


duce mthe program whicn was
given by Mrs. James Yates, Mrs.
Gene Fowler, Miss Alma Baggett,
Mrs. W. R. Ramsey, and Mrs. Dock-
ery.
A short business meeting was
held and Mrs. Dockery served de-
licious refreshments to the six
members and one visitor present.


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Dr. Lowery urges that property
owners not employ any extermina-
tors, that. is, do not agree to have
property fogged or sprayed unless
the operators show proper creden-
tials and have prominently display-
ed identification on their trucks.
A properly licensed extermina-
tor will have at all times in his
possession a permit issued by the
Florida State Board of Health. The
fake operators will have no such
identification.

EDNA HORTON CIRCLE MET
WITH MRS. BARNEY EARLY
The Edna Horton Circle met Oc-
tober 19th at the home of Mrs.
Barney Early, with four members
present.
The group enjoyed an interest-
ing program, "The Missionary
Message of the Bible," taken from
the book of Genesis.
The meeting was dismissed by
the chairman, Louise Holland.
Refreshments were served by
the hostess.
The November meeting will be
with Mrs. Lillian Hall.
JOEL A. MILLER WITH 7TH
INFANTRY IN KOREA
7TH INFANTRY DIV., Korea
(AHTNC)-Army Pfc. Joel A. Mil-
ler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack D.
Miller, Port St. Joe, Fla., was as-
signed October 12 to the 7th In-
fantry Division in Korea.
Miller, a member of the divis-
ion's Headquarters Company, en-
tered the Army in September, 1963,
and completed basic training at
Fort Gordon, Ga.
The 24-year-old soldier is a 1958
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School.
Miss Sue Parker and Miss Nancy
Stokes were the week-end guests
of Miss Parker's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Parker, at Mexico Beach.
Miss Stokes is Miss Parker's room-
mate at Huntington College, Mont-
gomery, Ala.


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H SA, Port St. Joe, Fla THURSDAY, OCf6BR 29; 1964" ondary Road money fai payment. ndary moii im aVilfle in the fu- As a result of all the discussion, al iSN
AR, Port St. Joe, FlaChairman James McDaniell stated ure. the Board instructed Clerk Geo Movi owse Need
C-_aima J Mc' ITelB> ta* n Y. Core to ask for permission, for
good chance the Pa Board that the Board has consistently A iktbrney William J. 1sh said the Board to meet with the Sta tef0or F C Sh t
he to the been against the idea of usine Board to meet with th Sa or e ers
furnishing another $10 to thebeen against the idea of usin that he had been inifrmed by Ed Road Board in Tallahawse to dis-
B' original -fppropriatioh, if the coun- ondary money for the road. Wright's attorney that a decision cuss building of the park road. A very interesting movie was
ty shows interest in the project. But the bond issue niater was from Wright on the right of way
Repri-esentative Williams stated discussed a little firither and En- release or not to release, should be viewed by the Kiwanis Club on C...
that the county could float a bond gineer Max Kilbourt' was instrUct- forthcoming within the next 10 John C. C events Tuesday of this week. The film
issue for the road, binding Sec- ed to look into the county's sec- days. was entitled, "One Week In Oc- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Edwrd
D~ie st HOSfOrd tober" and was a documentary of Richards of Apalachicola announce
the birth of a son, Allan Edwed,
John C. Clements, age 85 passed the week in October1962 when the Octer 8
away Friday, October 23, at his Russian buildup of missiles iO b r8.
home in Hosford. Cuba caused a crisis in the U. S. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Talmage
-I-e is survived by two daughters, The film, produced by the Civil cCormick, Highland View, n-
+irs. Jack C. Hall, Sr., XWewt- Defense, was used to play up the ounce the birth of a baby dau0h-
W ii "n hitihka; Mrs. Willie Campbell, need for familiarizing oneself with ter, Cynthia Carol, October 11.
FOR SALE OR RENT: 2 bedroom FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished WILL KEEP small children in my Pensacola; seven grandchildren fallout shelters in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frankin
concrete block dwelling. Palm apartment. 1505 Monument Ave- home for working mothers dur- and seven great-grandchildren. According to the film, much has Johnson, 608 Garrison Avenue, in-
Blvd. Call Cecil G. Costin, 227- nue. Phone 227-7421. tfc-10-1 ing week days. For prices and fur- Graveside services were held been done with providing food and ounce the birth of a son, Odo-
4311. tfc-10-12 theirr information contact Mrs. Wil- I, rI ,,
FOR RENT: Apartment. Bedroom, liam Gray. 1313 Long Ave. ip Sunday afternoon at the Hosford water in emergency supplies for be' 14.
Familiar words in times of FOR RENT or SALE: 1303 Marvin living room, dining room. Phone Cemetery with Rev. Jack Jamerson over a million people to survive an Mr. and Mrs. Barney Early Dir-
illness. How relieved you are to Ave. Unfurnished 2 bedroom 227-8305 or write p. o. box 386. tf JOB WANTED: Housework. See. conducting the service. A-blast in fallout shelters. Many den, Apalachicola, announce the
know the friendly doctor is here house. Den, living room, dining Betty Lee a t 322 Ae. A. il Comforter Funeral ome was in buildings, basements, and other birth of a baby son, Dougas
at last. In most cases he will room. 1250 sq. ft. living area. See FOR RENT Two 2-bedroom fur-!FO SALE: 29 foot house trailer. arrangements shelters throughout the U. S. have Wayne, October 15.
Bob Ellzey or call 227-4611. Avail- nished and one 3-bedroom fur- Contact Walter Johnson at 227- charge of arrangements. shelters throughout the U. S. have Wayne, October 15.
give you a Prescription and you able Sept. 1. nished houses at Beach. 2-bedroom 7766. 2tc-10-22 been inspected, approved and Mr. and Mrs. James Adolah
will hurry to your pharmacist. furnished, 2-bedroom unfurnished TED- Raleih dealer in CARD OF THANKS m ed s fallout shelters. Crum, East Point, announce te
We know how important that FOR RENT or SALE: 2 bedroom and 1-bedroom furnished houses in County or Port St Jo Guests of the club were Keytes birth of a daughter, Deneen Claire,
piece of paper is to you. So, duplex on Palm Blvd. Single Port St. Joe. Enquire at Smith's; Gulf County or Port St. Joe.
piece of paper is to yo. So, dupwelling for sale, 2 bedr. Single Pharmacy, Phone 227-5111. tc Write Rawleigh, Dept. FA J 100 3, The Highland View PTA wishes Celia Creech and Evelyn Dockery, on October 18.
it gets top priority in this t dwelling sale, on om.Esy Pharmacy, Phon 227-5111. tf--- Memphis, Tenn. 4tp-10-22 to thank all the many merchants ntsKey Clubbers Bob Craig and Bob -- _____
Rexall Drug Store. We want the plex for sale on 10th Street. Pur- FOR RENT: 3 bedroom furnished FOR SALE: 14' boat, 15 horse Gale of the area who helped to make the Guilford. i Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Gude from
sick to get well, too. We have chaser may assume mortgage. Easy house at St. Joe Beach or will ;otor and trailer. $450. See J. Highland View PTA Hallowe'en John Robert Smith announced Colorado Springs, Colo., are visit-
loved ones and know just how terms., Call Ceil G Costin, Jr. sell with low down payment. J T. Ivey at Pates' Shell Service. tfc Carnival the success that it was. that the Club will receive fruit ing Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Anderson.
yoFOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un- Clark, 227-7771. CASH IN: On the Christmas sell- The PTA offers its thanks for cakes next Tuesday for sale dur- The Gudes are a niece and nephew
YOUR s DRUG STORE furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60 FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- ing season. Be an Avon repre- donations, prizes, help, etc. ing the Thanksgiving season, of Mrs. Anderson.
month. Inquire Jim Mapes, 648- ent. Couple nly. 1621 Monu- tentative in your neighborhood. ,;- -.-.. -- --ss--
m 3840. tf-10-1 rent Ave. Phone 227-7641 or 227- Write Mrs. Dorothy Martin. Avon
3840. fc-10-__ 3201. tfc Manager, P. 0. Box 3345. MSS, Tal-1
FOR RENT: Business property on FOR RENT: Furnished three room' lahassee or call 385-1818. T V Ti PP L T I
Buzzet's Drug Store Highway 98. With living quarters apartment house. Living, bed-hEQ. O1N 3U a
connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6 room, kitchen and bath. Located ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Mete
Drive-In Window Service FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- 13171/2 Long Ave. Call 229-3701. every Wednesdayv night, P pm -
317 Williams Ave. room hIo u s e. Convenient to :OR SALE: Office machine ribbons It Parish House 6th -'t Por' i -" ['
school and town. Phone 227-8536 for all popular machines. $1.00 Joe, Fla. Phone 2293 ti fo-
Free Parking after 5:00 p.m. The Star. Phone 227-3161. fi other information or write P. C
FOR RENT: By night or week, one FOR SALE: Three bedroom house. L, 535.
bedroom and private bath, liv- Hardwood floors, built in electric i
(Continued From Page 1) ing room and TV room privilege. appliances, built in heating system, WOOD WORKS--Screen doors,
id p re i 528 corner of Sixth Street and chain link fence. 2 years old. For picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
Road Problem il Woodward Ave. 2tp-10-12 information neall 227-8341. tfe-22 sinks made to order. P. G. Hart
r h i FOR RENT: Furnished, a"prt'mect FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet in ex-
Williams reminded the Board 1506 Long Ave. ?Ph',e ?*?M F E cellent condition. Can see at 120 MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER .
that he and several members of -- Bellamy Circle. Phone 9-1711. Itp man is as near as your telephone
the Board had met with Governor F Call 227-2011, SURPLUS S.\LES .. _:
Bryant in reference to securing FORSALE: 1962 model 52-10 Mag-OF ST. JOE, across from the Post .. .
Bryant in reference to securing WANTED nolia mobil home. 11. baths, 2 Office. Local and Long Distance i A '."
funds other than secondary road bedrooms, all appliances built in. Moving. Free Estimates. i ,.' '" '
funds for construction of the road.il 2or 3 BEDROOM HOUSE ill sil at current wholholesale val- -, .
He pointed out that Bryant was in Unfurnished r partially ue Phone 648-350, after 6. 2tp R.A.M.- L.r cO i I : -
favor of the park and intimated SEE BUCK ALEXANDER OFFICE SUPPLIES: I.tI:-. paper, 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting -
that state funds would be available rag content bond, all sizes. On- companions welcome. '. '-.t' .P P, I
for construction of the road. Wil- iionskin, manuscript covers, carbon i JOE EVANS, High Priest .;. '. .'. j''
liams also said that Senator Sma- FOR RENT: Rev. Hartherns beach paper, clips, fasteners, file folders. JO!N C. DICKEY. Secretary
others had promised $175,000 in cottage located at St. Joe Beach. Everthing for the office. The Star, E WILL BE a rular corn .
federal funds for the road Nicely furmshed. Contact E. L. 2701. mutncat in w" P-I. St .. l .n. .
..... Lightfoot, Phone 227-8206. 3t-10-8 FOR MASO[N SHOES see R. C. Lup- No .111, F. & ev..' ,irsi
Senator-elect Tapper told the e hpA.nnni ton at 502 8th St. or Mrs. Jimmy and third Thui <;O at 8 ...W ui.
Board that he had already been FOR SALE OR RENT. 3 bedroom ton at 502 8th St. or Mts. Jimmy and third Thu, t i .6 '.-
workin on te pro jet. H e en tol dt unfurnished house, 110 Hunter Kilbourn phone 229-1521 5tp .. ,."
working onthat the Statproje told th le. Call 229-4571. tf-1022 WANTED: Man call on service sta-
Board that the State would act as ,teonaroomhront cot F i nieed edinventio. N LG. MARTIN. W. M.
the County's agent to condemn the FOR-RENT: 2 bedroom front cot lions. Long needed invention. N.. MARTIN. W. M
t t h e tage with large porch. On St Full or part time. Huge profits, h. L. BURGE, Secretary
Wright property, but that the Joe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone Write Cyclo Mfg. Co., 3816 Dahlia,
County would have to pay the cost 648-3472. tfc-7-16 Dept. 170, Denver, Colo. Itp WtLIS V. ROW AN GI, POST 1
iROOM FOR RENT: Call John W FOR SALE: Frigidaire 14-cu. ft. 2- ing second and fourth Tuesday
county would "have to pay its Brown. Phone 227-8541. tfc-7-16 door refrigerator. 6 years old. In I nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legio
part" in order to get more state excellent condition. All porcelain Home.
cooperation. FOR RENT or SALE: By owner, 3 inside and out. $75.00. Call J. C. i
bedroom masonry home. LocatedICulpepper at 227-8111. or 229-4311 SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call W HITEWALLS
He also stated that there is a on Marvin Ave. Phone 227-2336. tc after 6 p.m. 2tp Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097 R I A. WA I I
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TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1964


ALPHEUS D. JERNIGAN, JR. Center, Great Lakes, Ill.
!AT GREAT LAKES STATION He is studying the repair, ma
GREAT LAKES, ILL.-(FHTNC) tenance and operation of mode
Alpheus D. Jernigan, Jr, electri- naval electrical equipment. T1
cian's mate .fireman apprentice, curriculum also included the pre
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. aration and use of electrical bli
Jernigan of Route 1, Port St. Joe, prints and wiring diagrams.
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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
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YES-


M Never been opened. It was decided
in- M!NUTES of the that the Board inspect said streets
before a decision is made.
e GULF COUNTY COMMISSION A letter was read from the
heCOUNTY C M ISSION Board of Parks and Historic Me.
ep- morials with reference to an ac.
ue- cess road to the St. Joseph Penin-
sula State Park site; that if such
Wewahitchka, Florida, The Honorable Farris Bryant, road is not available by the end
October 13, 1964. Governor, notified the Board that of December, work on the Park
5 The Board of County Commis-. he has appointed the following will be suspended.
sioners of Gulf County, Florida citizens as members of the Gulf Mr. Jesse V. Stone told the
met this date in regular session County Library Board: Mr. Ed- Mr. Jesse V. Stone told the
with the following members pres- ward Bandjough, 1 year; Mrs. Sam Board that it is very important
ent: James G. McDaniey, Chairman Britt, 2 years; Miss Netta Niblack that an access road be made avail-
A. J. Strickland, Leo Kennedy, and 2 years; Mr. C. E. Daniell, 3 years; able by the end of December in
S. C. Player. The Clerk, Sheriff Mrs. Charles S. Davis, 3 years, order that the $100,000.00 appro-
C. Player. The Clerk, Sheriff, Mrpriated by the last Legislature will
Attorney, Road Superintendent, The Clerk read two letters from not revert to the State; that if
Mosquito Control Supervisor, and the Library and Historical Com- work on the Park is commenced
Max W. Kilbourn were also pres mission of the State of Florida, this year he next Legislature will
ent. dated September 28, 1964, and Oc- appropriate additional funds for
The meeting came to order at tober 6, 1964. The first advising the Park, but if no progress is
9:00 A. M. The Clerk opened the the Board that Title One funds in shown we cannot expect the Legis-
meeting with prayer. the amount of $19,770.00 was ap- lature to continue appropriating
The Chairman announced that proved for Gulf County for the fis- funds when they are not used. The
the rules as to reading the min- cal year beginning October 1, Chairman said the County is in no
utes would be waived to allow the 1964, which will be paid in quar- better shape at this time than it
Tax Collector to bring an urgent terly installments, was one year ago and that if this
matter to the attention of the The second letter advised that road is provided the State will
Board. the Commission has requested the have to provide the funds. It was
Whereupon, the Hon. H. 0. Prid- Budget Commission to release then decided that a meeting be set
geon, Tax Collector, appeared be- $1,394.00 in State Aid Funds, but up with Mr. F. M. Furner, Jr.,
fore the Board and told them that that if the full amounts had been Member, State Road Department,
as soon as the 1964 Tax Roll As- available Gulf County would have to discuss this matter.
sessments were approved by this received $7,948.00. Said Commis- The State Road Department filed
Board and the amount of taxes ex- sion also presented a proposed its right of way resolution and
tended on said roll by the Tax As- agreement to be executed by the may on Section 51550-Streets in
sessor, that he mailed the South- County. The Board tabled this mat- St. oJe Beach.
eastern Pine Line a tax gill in the ter until after the Gulf County Li- On motion of Commissioner
amount of $11,572.39; that said, brary Commission approves its Player, seconded by Commissioner
Southeastern Piue Line has now budget. Strickland the following resolution
removed al lof its pipe from the Gulf County was invited to par- was adopted requesting the State
ground, and that three trucks are ticipate in the Inaugural Parade Road Department to construct
loading said pipe at this time to for the Governor of Florida to be streets in St. Joe Beach (Section
remove same from Gulf County. held on January 5, 1965. After dis- 51550) (Parts of Americus Avenue
He then asked the Board if he cussion, it was decided that this and Coronado Streets).
should issue af attachment for Board will explore the possibility The Board approved a new
said pipe. The Board did then dis- of entering a float to be jointly County Indigent Roll as shown in
cuss this matter, after which it sponsored by this Board, Port St. the Warrant List.
voted to request the Tax Assessor Joe and Wewahitchka. Members The Chairman informed the
to attach all pipe owned by South- of this Board are to contact Port Board that the present Indigent
,eastern Pipe Line in order that St. Joe and Wawahitchka City Roll amounts to more money than
same not be removed from the Commissioners as to this project. 1/12 of the total amount appro-
County. The Attorney was directed A discussion was had with ref- priated for this purpose and then
to proceed immediately to take the erence to paying Hon. Ben C. Wil- recommended that the maximum
proper action in this matter. liams, Gulf County Representative, amount for an indigent person to
The minutes for the meetings of per diem and registration fee for receive be reduced to $10.00. After
September 8th and 22nd, 1964, attending the meetings of the State a discussion the Chairman declar-
were read, approved and adopted. Association of County Commission- ed his recommendation dead for
Mr. Robert Fox asked for a ers held in Clearwater, Florida, lack of a motion.
progress report on the "County September 12-15, 1964. Upon mo- Commissioner Kennedy discuss-
Map Project" and stated that the tion by Commissioner Kennedy, ed the urgent need for an appro-
Port St. oJe Chamber of Commerce seconded by Commissioner Strick- private zoning code for Gulf County
is receiving many requests for land and duly carried (the Chair- and recommended that the County
these maps. Mr. Max W. Kilbourn man did not vote), the Clerk was request the next Legislature to
reported that the map is more than instructed to pay Mr. Williams pass a zoning code. After further
80% complete at this time and as $115.000. discussion it was decided that a
soon as he receives all necessary Mr. F. R. Pippin presented a public hearing should be held be-
information for the Southeast por- right of way deed for a 50 foot fore the code is presented to the
tion of the County, the map could county road across the north Legislature.
then be ready for print within a boundary of his property in the Mr. Max W. Kilbourn presented
week. He stated that he has re- Dalkeith Area. Upon motion by a plat of Twin Lakes Subdivision, s
ceived prices for printing the maps, Commissioner Strickland, second- Unit One, on behalf of the owner,
to-wit: Black and white at 40c each ed by Commissioner Player and Mr. Joseph T. Land. Upon motion
and 1,000 colored at $280.00 per duly carried said deed was accept- by Commissioner Strickland, sec-
M. The Chairman requested that ed and recorded. (Official Records onded by Commissioner Player and
a proof of said mays be presented Book 22, Page 826). duly carried, said plat was approv-
to this Board at its next meeting,: The Farm Agent presented his ed and accepted and ordered filed
providing it is ready at that time. report for the month of September subject to the filing fee being paid.
The Board voted to pay the St. and the same was ordered filed. Hon. William J. Rish, County At- (
oe Ice Company $160.00 for 1,0000 The Board discussed a request torney, informed the Board that he J
pounds of mullet used by this to open certain streets in Beason has been in contact with the own- t
Board at the Labor Day celebra- Hill that were dedicated streets o01., ers of the pipe that was removed
tion held in Port St. oe. the Subdivision Plat but have from the Southeastern Pipe Line (
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right of way; that said Company
has requested the County to allow
them to remove the pipe that is
no loaded on the three trucks in
Gulf County; that said company
will post a $5,000.00 bond and
that no other pipe will be removed
until released by the County. After
discussion and being advised by
the Attorney the Board voted to
allow this request,
The Board was advised by its
attorney that a Southeastern Pipe
Line Company representative in-
formed him by telephone that said
company would bring suit against
the County Commissioners because
of the increase in its 1965 tax as-
sessment ordered by the Board of
Equalization.
Whereupon, the Board did then
select the following election In-
spection Boards to conduct the
General Election of November 3,
1964, to-wit:
Precinct No. 1
East Wewahitchka-City Hall
Day Shift: Mrs. Dollie Weeks,
Clerk; Mrs .Roy Suber, Mrs. Fredna
Price, Mrs. Leona O'Neal, Inspec-
tors.
Night Shift: Hugh H. Semmes,
Clerk; E. C. Harden, Jr., George M.
Cox, Robert G. Brown. Inspectors.
Precinct No. 2
West Wewahitchka-Teat Building
Day Shift: Sam Britt, Clerk; Mrs.
Carl Dean, Mrs. Silas Meredith,
Mrs. Josephine N. White, Inspec-
tors.
Night Shift: Jimmy Helms, Clerk;
Billy D. Knowles, Allen M. Le-
Grone, Roosevelt Morris, Inspec-
tors.
Precnict No. 3
Dalkeith-Smith Building
Mrs. Carmi B. Cruitchfield,
Clerk; Miss Thelma VanHorn, Alto
Snell, Pearl Dannelly, Inspectors.
Precinct No. 4
Overstreet Church
Mrs. Annie Cook, Clerk; Mrs.
Jimmie M. Hardy, Mrs. Mary F.
Hanlon, Mrs. Iona Grace, Inspec-
tors.
Precinct No. 5
Highland View-Cox Store
Day Shift: Mrs. P. L. Atkinson,
Clerk; Mrs. Ted Whitfield, Mrs.
Thelma Rhames, Mrs. Gordon
Adams, Inspectors.
Night Shift: Gordon Adams,
Clerk; Carlos Miles, Mrs. Ted
Richards, Mrs. Jessie Laurimore,
Inspectors.
Precinct No. 6
White City-Community Bldg.
Mrs. Aliene S. Hightower, Clerk;
Mrs. Neva H. Croxton, Mrs. Edna
M. Harper, Mrs. Mary Smith, In-
spectors.
Precinct No. 7
Kenney Mill
Mrs. Coleman Tharpe, Clerk;
Clarence L. Johnson, 1lie Key, Lola
Mims, Inspectors.
Precinct No. 8
Port St. Joe-City Hall
Day Shift: Mrs. Fred Maddox,
Clerk; Ethel B. Westbrook, Mrs.
J. A. Garrett, Mrs. W. J. Daugh-
ry, Inspectors.
Night Shift: Mrs. Addie Mae
Goodson, Clerk; Myrell Howell,
Mrs. Ernest Lowry, Mrs. Louise
Stevens, Inspectors.
Precinct No. 9
Port St. Joe-Stac House
Day Shift: Mrs. Tom Parker. Sr.
Clerk; Mrs. Alma Van Landing-
ham, Mrs. Richard Dawson, Mrs.
B. H. Smith, Inspectors.
Night Shirt: Mrs. J. T. Ricketson,
Clerk; Mrs. H. W. Griffin, Calla S.


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Clerk-- Mrs. Roy L. Burch, Mrs.
Albert Blackburn, Rosie Lee Par-
rish, Inspectors.
Night Shift: Mrs. E. C. Cason,
Clerk; Mrs. Nancy Howell, Mrs.
Selma V. Lambreson, Mrs. Marion
McCall, Inspectors.
Precinct No. 11
Port St. Joe-Centennial Building
Day Shift: Mrs. Talmadge Ken-
nedy, Clerk; Mrs. Harvie Kennedy,
Mrs. Faye Burkett, Mrs. George R.
Padgett, Inspectors.
Night Shift: Mary C. Tristian,
Clerk; Mrs. Opal C. Burns, Mrs. N.
G. Martin, Mrs. Eula B. Walker, In-
spectors.
The Board discussed necessary
budget amendments for the 1963-
64 budget. The Mosquito Control
Director was instructed to amend
his budget to include any and all
increases in State 2 receipts.
All bills and payrolls for the
month of September were approv-
e dand ratified as paid.
There being no further business,
the meeting adjourned.
/s/ James G. McDaniel,
Chairman.
-Attest:
/s/ George Y. Core,
Clerk.


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and cloves. Pour milk around
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Bowling News

GUYS-DOLLS WINTER LEAGUE with a 539 and 530, respectively.
Team No. 3 took four points Troy Gay led Vitro with a 570
from Wiley's Supply on lanes one series, with John Hanson support-
and two, also taking third place ing with a 506 series.
in the league standing from them. St. Joe Bowling Lanes were vic-
Robert Montgomery was high tos oer Michigan Chemical, on
bowler for Team No. 1 with a 482 lanes three and four. This team
series, including a 202 game. Con- had three men over the 500 mark,
nie Faught was high for the girls Pizzy (593), Smith (527) and Ernst
with a 327 series. (504). ,
Elise and Vance Rogers were Stafford was high for Michigan
high bowlers for Wiley's Supply Chemical with a 477 series.
with their series of 437 and 404. Frankie Scott bowled a fine 562
This team had on their new shirts series for Team 3, but went down
and I was told that they would win in defeat to 13 Mile Oyster Co.
by blinding their opponents with Joe Padgett was high for 13 Mile
the bright shirts. Something must with a 473 series, followed by
have gone wrong, or maybe the Wayne Ward's 467 series.
bucket of paint was too heavy? Team standings: W. L.
Lanes three and four saw action Vitro 18 10
between Russ & Sons Distributors 13 Mile Oyster Co. 17 11
winning three points over Team Team No. 3 ___ 14 14
No. 5. Troy Gay led the victors St. Joe Bowling Lanes 13 15
with a 527 series including a game Richard's raiderss 12 163
of 203. Maxine Jensen turned in Michigan Chemical .1--0 18
a 509 series. Frances Gay raised ______.
her average a pin. We're still
waiting for Al to break loose, GULF CO. LADIES LEAGUE
though he did have a 193 game
Friday night. The Comforter's Won four games
Dana and' Danny Rse led Team from Faye's Drive-In last week on
No. 5 with their.series of 475 and lanes 1 and 2. Maxine Jensen led
39. Comforter's with a 452 series. Elise
Costin's and Carp's met on lanes Rogers added a 447. Mary Whit-
five and six with Costin's taking field was high bowler for Faye's
five and six with Costin's tak with a 363, followed close by a 354
three of the points. Sue Moore was with a 363, followed close by a 354
high for the girls with a fine 473 from Ollie Neel.
series. Donna Ward picked up the St. Joe Furniture won three
7-6-10 split. (Very good, Donna). games from 13 Mile on lanes 3
Wayne Ward led the guys with a and 4. Mary Brown led the victors
n467 seriess, with a 548 series. She had three
Wayne Smith and Joyce Sweazy beautiful games of 192-159-197.
led for Carp's. Wayne turned in a IWynell Burke rolled 466. She
497 series and Joyce had a 346 picked up two splits. Donna Ward
series, was high for 13 Mile with 442.
sTeam standings: W. L. Omie Rose did real fine with a 415
Costin's 18 6 series.
Russ & Sons Dist .- 17 7 Lanes 5 and 6 saw Glidden tak-
Team No. 3 .---------12 12 ing all four games from St. Joe
Wiley's Supply ------ 14 Laundry. Joan Myers rolled a 465
Team No. ---------6 14series for Glidden. She had games
Team No. 5 '6of 124-172-169. Samme Dean add-
Carp's 5 ed a 397. Brenda Perry was high
MERCHANT'S LEAGUE for the Laundry with 387. Punk
Daughtry helped with a 354.
Vitro and Richard's Raiders Nedley's Florist won three games
clashed on lanes one and two, with from Florida National Bank as
both teams winning two points Lois Smith turned in a 504 series.
apiece. Total pins was won by She had games of 168-177-159. Ann
Richard's Raiders by only one pin. Tison bowled a 307. Norma Hobbs
Ralph Ward and Jim Faught had:. led the Bank with 415. Sue Moore
high series for Richard's Raiders rolled 394.


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Team standings: W.
Comforter's 5
St. Joe Furniture 23
Florida Bank 17
13 Mile 15
Nedley's 14
Glidden 13
St. Joe Laundry __-- 11
Faye's 9


two with Mary Brown as a sub,
bowling high for the Strikers with
a 471 series and Aline Abrams for
West Florida Gas with a 432.
On lanes 5 and 6 Beaman's took
three games from the Senators
with Elaine Ernst as a sub, bowl-
ing high for Beaman's with a 364
and Vivian Hardy for the Senators
with a 384.
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with Evelyn Smith bowling high
with a 495. She had a lot. of sup-
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Lanes 1 and 2 saw Amison's take
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Amison's with a 424 series and
Mary Alice. Lyons bowling high for
Pate's with a 364 series.
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luck, Janet. mark, and they dropped four
Jonnia Sykes was high for Rich's points to Team No. 3. Team No. 3
with a 316 series (what happened, had a well balanced attack led by
Jonnia?) Frankie Scott and Johnny Marsh-
We had two new bowlers this all.
week, Janet Marshall and Ivy Joe Richards led his Raiders
Wilkes. We welcome you and hope against the 13 Mile Oyster Co. He
you enjoy bowling with 1us. had a lot of help from Ralph Ward
Bowling high for all lanes was (514) and Jim Faught (487). How-
Evelyn Smith w4th a 495 series. ever, this was only good for a split,
Keep up the good work, Evelyn. in points. The Oyster Co. was head-
You will make your 600 yet. ed by Buddy Ward (511), Al Jensen
Standings: W. L. (500) and Wayne Ward (485).
E. L. Amison's-------21 7 Vitro took three out of four from
Whitfield Strikers ----20 8 St. Joe Lanes behind the bowling
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bowling of Jack Pizza (512) and
Wayne Smith (490).
High games for the night were
rolled by Troy Gay (210), Joe Rich-
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Legal


Notices
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Re Estate of
R, M. SPILLERS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of R.
M. Spillers, deceased, are hereby
notified and required to file any
claims or demands which they
have against said estate in the Of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within six
calendar months from the date of
the first publication of this notice.
Each claim or demand must be in
Writing and must state the place
or residence and post office ad-
dress of the claimant and must be
fWborn to by the claimant, his agent,
or his attorney, or it will become
void according to law.
Dated this 2nd day of October,
A. D. 1964.
Leslie D. Spillers
Administratrix of the Estate
of R. M. Spillers, Deceased.
William J. Rish,
303 Fourth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida,
Attorney for Administratrix,
10-8

NOTICE OF ELECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
a Special Municipal Election of
freeholders will be held in the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, on
the 10th day of iNovember, 1964,
between the hours of 7:00 o'clock
A.M. and 7:00 o'cdock P.M., at the:
following polling place i
City Hall in Port St. Joe
:at which said election there will be
submitted to the. duly qualified
electors of the City of Port St. Joe
who are freeholders, for approval
or rejection, an Ordinance adopt-
ed by the City Commission of the
City of Port St. Joe on the 15th
day of September, A.. D. 1964, en-
titled as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 13
An Ordinance granting a thir-
ty year franchise to Gulf Cable-
Vision Co., Inc., its successors
and assigns, to construct, erect,
install, repair, extend, maintain
and operate a system of lines of
television coaxial cable, closed
circuit television and pay televi-
sion, including poles, wires, fix-
tures and other apparatus where
necessary upon, along, under and
over streets, parkways and pub-
lic grounds, grass plots, bridges
and viaducts, in the City of Port
St. Joe, Florida, for the purpose
of laying, repairing, extending.
and maintaining coaxial cable
poles, wires and other apparatus
used in connection with said bus-
iness, setting forth the conditions
and limitations accompanying
the grant of said franchise; set-
ting forth the calling of a special
election; providing for an effec-
tive date; providing for maxi-
mum rates therefore; providing
compensation to the City of Port


St. Joe, Florida, for the granting
of said franchise; and providing
for a forfeiture in the event of
violation of said grant, and re-
pealing all ordinances in con-
flict herewith.
J. B. WILLIAMS, 4t
City Auditor and Clerk

NOTICE TO ALL FREEHOLDERS
ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Notice is hereby given that the
City Registration books will be
open at the office of the City Clerk,
City Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida for
a period from 9:00 A.M., October
9, 1964 through 12:00 o'clock noon
October 31, 1964 for the purpose
of registering persons who have
been residents of this city for the
past six months and of the State
of Florida for one year, and who
are freeholders.
The, City registration books will
be open between the hours of
9:00 A.M., and 12:00 o'clock noon
and from 2:00 p.m. until 5:00
o'clock p.m. Monday through Fri-
day and from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00
o'clock noon on Saturday's for a
period from October 9 until 12.",o
O'clock noon October 31, at ". th
time the registration bOks will
close. All persons 'n6 are Free,
holder electors t. th cfty are V-
quired to registered,
B4, "g, WILLIAMS "I0-8
City Auditor A & rk
IN THE COUNT' JUDGE'S
COURT, GUL' CfOUNTY,
FLORIDA. I1 PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
MARIE E. STONES,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Marie E. Jones, deceased, are here-
tby notified and required to file
any claims or demands which they
may have against said estate 'in
the office of the County. Judge of
Gulf County, Florida, in the Court-
house at Wewahitchka, Florida,
within six (6) calendar months
from the date of the first publica-
tion of this notice. Each claim or
demand must be in writing and
must state the place or residence
and post office address of the clai-
mant and must be sworn to by the
claimant, his agent, or his attor-
ney, or it will become void accord-
ing to law.
/s/ A. Morgan Jones, Jr.
/s/ Elizabeth J. Tomlinson
/s/ Mae Jones Dean
SILAS R. STONE
321 Reid Avenue 4t
Port St. Joe, Florida 10-8
Attorney for Executors
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY. In CHAN-
CERY.
ALMA MONTGOMERY, Plaintiff,
vs.
0. H. TAYLOR, WYNELL TAY-
LOR H-ARRISON, LARRY ODIES
TAYLOR, MICHAEL HENRY
TAYLOR and LINDA DIANE
TAYLOR,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is herkby given pursuant
to a final decree of foreclosure


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dated October 16, 1964, and en-
tered in Chancery Case No. 24441 U AI B
of the Circuit Court of the Four- arud|I 0ai ROi
teenth Judicial Circuit, in and for r ON
Gulf County, Florida, wherein
Alma Montgomery is plaintiff and By Hervey Sharpe, ..t Florida.
0. H. Taylor, Wynell Taylor Har- Agricultural Ex ATOr' Florida,'stock into convenient size bundles. ad
rison, Larry Odies Taylor, Michael .ezon Service Next, bury the bundles in a verti-
Henry Taylor and Linda Diane Tay- Plants and cal position-basal endsup-in a US
r are defendants, I will sell to habits-both. e he sunny, well drained spot.Pa
the highest and best bidder for -oth he the samerup-n
County Courthouse in Wewa- Sor re =at for added beauty. In three to seven weeks there Pot
hitchka, Gulf County, Florida, at follow r ornamentals are not will be a heavy callus formation on the
v11ember,00 A. 1964, the fo2nd lldaywing tbNo- g he latest fall vogue, get the cuttings showing they are porl
described property as set forth in m4i n a gla ousriTood by col- ready to be lifted and lined out in
said final decree, to-wit: / tIjg some of -their leaves, the nursery row. Set the cuttings
Lots Five (5), Six (6), Forty- T.Fer, Galax, magnolia, oak, 'pine upright in the row with one or
one (41) and Forty-two (42)two
Block "C" of Beaty subdi n aple and other plant materials two buds showing above the
of Gulf County, Flor; ,~o'IA can be used for the coloring and ground.
cording to the Off` ', -at 'I preserving project suggests Dr. E. After a year or so in the nursery
thereof on file in t' W. McEwee, head of the ornament
the Clerk of Cir A offi ce W cElwee, head of the ornamen row, the rooted cuttings can be
Gulf County .Telt (CoM o0f tal horticulture department at the transplanted to permanent places
Dated this ]" fia. University of Florida. in the garden ,or used as material
A. D. 1964. GEOe
CE A(' CORE, remove the green or natural color cies which you do not have in your
r .4k, 'Circait CoeTft, of the foliage selected by immers- garden.
oaf f'Conty, :M'l ida. ing it in Javelle water. To make
,4t-10-22 this solution, mix 4 pounds of Lawns
:- sodium carbonate with one gallon It's time to plant winter grass if
/ of water and boil 10 minutes. To you plan to keep your lawn bright
CORTHE GLFCO UNTY JUDGE'S this add one pound of chloride of green during the cool months
COURT, GULF COUNTYahead There are three temporary
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. lime. Then cool the solution and ahead There are three temporary
tIN RE: Estate 'of strain. winter grasses to choose from-
ALMA P. McCLELLAN, Caution: Use glass, wooden or Italian rye, Kentucky blue and red
IdeceasedTO CREDITORS enameled containers as this solu- top.
All creditors of the estate of tion is very corrosive. Also pro- Of the three, Kentucky blue has
Alma P. McClellan, deceased, are tect your hands and clothing. the nicer color, texture and qual-
hereby notified and required to For leaves high in tannin-such ity and is relatively free of dis-
they may have aganist said estate as oak-or delicate foliage such eases. Red top has the finest tex-
in the office of the County Judge as Maidenhair fern-dilute Javelle ture, but is susceptible to brown
of Gulf County, Florida, in the water with one-fourth volume of patch, while Italian rye, in the
Courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor- water. For most other leaves opinion of many, is cheaper
ida, within six calendar months bleach in 1:1 Javelle-water solu-'is-
from the date of the first publica- ch e 1h1 Jvee-water solu- a s e -
tion of this notice. Each claim or tion. Winter grasses have some dis-
demand must be in writing and Bleaching requires up to 12 advantages. They prolong the
must state the place of residence hours depending on the foliage. maintenance program and offer
and post office address of the
claimant and must be sworn tohy After bleaching, wash plant ma- competition to permanent grasses.
the claimant, his agent, or his at- trial thoroughly in running water. Plant temporary lawn grasses
torney ,or it will become void ac- Next, dye foliage the desired, now through November or as soon,
cording to law. color. The dye solution should be
Dated October 19, 1964. r t d so de as you notice the growth of your
ERLINE M. MOORE, warm, but not boiling. After, dye- permanent grasses beginning to
Administratrix of the Estate ing, wash foliage to remove excess slow down.e s ei
of Alma P. McClellan, dye. Now, soak dyed foliage for 30 Preparatory to planting, rake
deceased, minutes to one hour in a five per- Pret p lntig rk
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., cent glycerin solution. Remove over the permanent grass sod with
221 Reid Avenue, a scent n solution tiff-toothed rake to loosen the
Port St. Joe, Florida, dyed material from glycerin and sod and to bring some soil to the
Attorney for Administratrix. dry in the shade. surface. Next, apply about 20
---- This process can also be used to unds of 6-6-6 analysis fertilizer
NOTICE preserve and color Christmas pun00d s a lysis fertilizer
We wish to advise that an appli- greenery. Rates of seeding per 1,000
e Federation wals tenderedunicatins Cowith Hardwood Cuttings square feet of lawn is six pounds
mission in Washington, D. C. on Some popular shrubs you can of Italian rye, 2 to 3 pounds of
October 19, 1964, for transfer of propagate now by hardwood cut- Kentucky blue, or about' 1% lbs.
broadcast license for Radio Station tings are abelia, flowering quince, of red top. Keep lawn moist until
WJOE, Port St. Joe, Florida, from
obert D. Sidell trading as Little poinsettia, hibiscus, turks-cap, the seeds germinate. About a
Joe Enterprise to Big Bend Broad- crepe-myrtle, privets, pomgranate month after seeding, fertilize again
casting Corporation. Members of and yellow-elder. J using 10 to 15 pounds per 1,000
the public who may wish to bring Begin the project by cutting pen. square feet.
to the comimnission's attention facts cil-sized wood into 10-inch lengths
concerning WJOE or who may op- cil-sized wood into 10-inch lengths
pose the sale of WJOE to the Big and tying the selected hardwood SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STARI,
Bend Broadcasting : Corporation
may do so by writing to the Fed-
eral Communications Commission,
Washington 25, D. C., not later than
November 18, 1964, where they
should' set forth in detail the spe-
cific facts which the writer wishes
the Commission to consider, in the
passing on this 'application.
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NALD W,. PAA'riASH NO( The ship was recently awarded
DESTRIOYrk BIGELOW the 1964 Departmenal Excellence
7SS BIGElXWV (FHTNCO)-Ron. Award in Engineering.
W. Pa~th, peoman 4i&rd class, The award is the second in a
N, son of Mr. and Mrs. Troy C. row for the Bigelow. The "E"
rish of 1015 Woodward Avenue, award is determined by competi-
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t St. Joe, Fla., is serving aboard gineering conducted manually. Eight
destroyer USS Bigelow, home- ships competed for the award this
ted at Mayport, Fla. year.

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FEA Endorses All the School


Amendments On Nov. Ballot
TALLAHASSEE The Florida permit the Legislature to establish because the extension of time for
Education ,oc'iaktion, 'at its fall a term for Board f Control mem- the earmarking of motor vehicle
,meeting of the board of directors, ers 'longer than the present four license fees for public schools capi-
in T'allahassee unanimously ent years up. to a maximum of nine tal outlay projects is important in
dorse d'five constitutional amend- years was derived directly from'tre view of the. fact that in a rapidly
p-ents dealing with education. The recommendations of the McDonald growing state it is important to
.board voiced vigorous ,opposition Report of 1963 evaluating higher continue helping, counties provide
-to Amendment No Four which education problems in Florida. The much needed school buildings. A
.eliminates the permanent school FEA board urged its support as a- section from State Department of
fund. good move in strengthening public Education release on School Capi-
The Poard. took action on ;-the education at the university level. tal Outlay Amendment No. Three,
following amendments: Amendment No. Three, Exten- October, 1964, states that 60 Flor-
Amendment No. Two, Amend- sion of time limits for earmarking ida counties have received a total
ment to permit a longer term for motor vehicle licensing revenue of $166,498,000 in revenue certifi-
the Board of Control of the Uni- for school financing: The FEA cate proceeds to meet their school
versity System: The proposal to board endorsed this amendment construction needs since Novem-
ber, 1953. It is interesting to note


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Phone 71-8111 203 Reid Ave.


wrote in a provision that proceeds Exemption by. shifting its applica-
from sale, rent or other use of tion from zero to $2,000 so that it
those lands should be placed in the would apply beyond the first $2,000
State School Fund, from which the and on the next $5,000 would apply
State School Fund, from which the to Sarasota County only. The peo-,
interest alone should be 'exclusive- ple of Sarasota County have al-
ly applied to the support and main- ready voiced approval in a refer-
tenance of public free schools'." endum vote provided in the amend-
Furthermore, "The fund still owns ment. The FEA board unanimously
81,000 acres of original school endorsed approval of this amend-
land spotted all over the may. They ment.
are valued for sale at a conserva- ______


tive figure of $8,000,000. Another
oil strike near any tract would put L
the oil lease rental at more than a Mexico Beach
dollar an acre a year. Oil found 'on *
any of these school lands would I Organizing
turn one-eighth of the production
into the fund. A few wells pumping Fire Dnae rimea t
20-25 per barrel, day and night, F payment
into the school fund would make
it something of the financial foun- Last Tuesday evening a group
tain its founders hoped for." The of Mexith co Beach men met the
permanent school fund is working Methodst Beach Volu and formed the
hard at school construction financ- Mexico Beach Volunteer Fire De-
ing right now. "More than half of apartment. This department will
the $16,750,000 is invested in Flor- serve Mexico Beach, Beacon Hill
ida school bonds, and some in Flor- and the Overstreet Community.


that Florida ranks third among the ida road and bridge bonds. Manag- The State Forestry Department
states in rate of growth and an- ers of the fund have used it to bol- has agreed to work with the Bay
ticipates a continuing annual in- ster the marketability of Florida County Board of Commissioners in
crease of approximately 50,000 pu- bonds. When bond dealers bidding assisting the new fire fighting
pils per year. These pupils will on these issues know, the school group acquire the needed equip-
require during, the next decade al- fund will buy a portion of the lot, ment. Board Chairman, Ira Hill,
most 1,700 new classrooms annual- they are inclined to submit better has promised his full cooperation.
ly. The proposed Amendment No. bids." John Kramer was elected chief
Three will extend this capital out- Amendment Nos. Five and Six, of the .new group, with Joe Folz
lay program an additional seven- Appointive School Superintendent and, Foy Scheffer as assistants.
teen years through 1999 and based permissive provision: These amend- Other officers elected by the group
on expected pupil increase the ex- ments make the same permissive were Barney Early as captain,
tension will provide counties with provision approved for four coun- Peter Folz., Jr. ,and Bill Snellgrove
an estimated $340,000,000 for ties in 1956 and 15 counties in as lieutenants. Chief Kramer has
.school buildings during those 1962, and extend to eight other promised'to call a meeting as soon
seventeen years; if growth exceeds counties a local option for an ap- as the paper work has been com-
expectations funds available will pointive county school superin- pleted with the Forestry Depart-
increase proportionately., tendent ment and with the Bay County
Amendment, No. Four, Permis- Amendment No. Thirteen, Per- Board of Commissioners.
sion to spend principal of state mission to Sarasota county to allow O'Neil McDaniel of Wewahitch-
school fund for capital outlay on real property taxation for school ka, a former official in the State
behalf of state universities, junior purposes on first $2,000 of assessed Association of Firemen, met with
colleges, and public schools: The value, moving $5,000 homestead ex- the enthusiastic group and assisted
FEA board of directors urged de- emption beyond this point: This in the organization of this new vol-
feat of this amendment because proposal to amend the Homestead unteer fire department.
the interest from the principal of
this fund has, throughout the
years, been given to the State of
Florida for the exclusive use of
public schools. The Constitution
presently prohibits the spending of F R
the principal of this fund for any
purpose whatsoever: "The princi- .-. .
pay of State School Fund shall re- F L
main sacred and inviolate." It is
interesting to note that Malcomb
B. Johnson, writing in the Talla-
hassee Democrat, has stated that,
"When Florida became a State, the
federal government deeded it the
16th section of every township -
(640 acres out of each 10,240-acre
block) for public school purposes.
Authors of the State Constitution


65 Comet completes 16,200-mile durability run

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Livelier Comet proves once
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bility Champion. Uses show-
room models in day-and-night
grind from the bottom to the
top of the world.
FAIRBANKS, Oct. 22 Three
Mercury Comets today finished
a run no car has ever attempted
in so short a time-the rugged
16,200-mile grind from Cape
Horn to Fairbanks.
En route, day and night, the
cars had no major repairs, just
routine maintenance. That's
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lively and beautiful.


Shades of Daytonal Comet is famous for dura-
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MISS JANIS BOYKIN, 17, of Melbourne, Fla., the first \
Floridian and the only Junior Contestant ever to win
First Prize of $25,000, shown with her "Peacheesy Pie"
which was judged best of the 80 Senior and 20 Junior
entries in the competition.
100 finalists, cooking and baking their favorite recipes
on 100 flameless electric ranges, won $100,000 in prizes
at Pillsbury's National All-Electric Bake-Off, held Sept.
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1-pound 13-ounce can peach slices
2 cups Pillsbury's Best (sifted Regu-
lar or Instant Blending) All
Purpose Flour*


1 teaspoon salt
2/? cup shortening
2 tablespoons butter
Oven 425*


9-inch pie


Drain peaches; reserve liquid. Com-
bine flour with salt in mixing bowl.
Cut in shortening until mixture is the
size of small peas. Sprinkle 6 to 7
tablespoons peach liquid, a little at
a time, over mixture while tossing
and stirring lightly with fork. Add
liquid to driest particles, pushing
lumps to side, until dough is just
moist enough to hold together. Roll
out half of dough on floured surface
to a circle 1% inches larger than
inverted 9-inch piepan. Fit loosely
into pan. Place Peach Filling in
pastry-lined pan. Dot with butter.
Cover with Topping. Roll out remain-
ing dough. Cut large slits for escape
of steam. Moisten rim of bottom
crust. Place crust over topping. Seal
edge by folding top crust under
bottom crust. Flute. Brush with
peach juice. Bake at 425 for 10
minutes, then at 350* for 30 to 35
minutes until deep golden brown.
Cover edge with foil the last 20
minutes of baking.

Peach Filling
% cup sugar
2 tablespoons corn starch
2 tablespoons corn syrup
2 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
Combine drained peach slices, sugar,
corn starch, corn syrup, pumpkin pie
spice, and vanilla extract.

e Cheesecake Topping
2 eggs, slightly beaten
1/3 cup sugar
3-ounce package cream cheese
% cup dairy sour cream
1 tablespoon lemon juice
Combine eggs, sugar and 2 table-
spoons peach liquid in small sauce-
pan. Cook over low heat, stirring
constantly, until mixture thickens.
Soften cream cheese in small mixing
bowl. Blend in sour cream and lemon
juice with mixer on lowest speed.
Gradually, add hot mixture, beating
constantly until smooth.
Tip: If desired, cut top crust into
circles and arrange on cheesecake
topping.

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TAKE IT EASY DURING THE HOLIDAYS... but do serve the
most glamorous food possible! Sounds contradictory, but it's good
advice, and quite possible if you take advantage of the convenience
foods, such as cake mixes. Folks will be sure you spent hours making
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bonus of a-dozen and a half cupcakes!
' FRUIT FILLED CHOCOLATE CHIP PECAN CAKE
2 packages chocolate chip cake mix
1-1/2 cups very finely chopped pecans
Prune-Pecan Filling
Whipped cream, sweetened
Prepare 2 packages of cake mix according to package directions. '
Mix in pecans. Pour batter into three round 8-inch layer pans, which,
have been greased and floured on bottoms and sides; use remaining]
batter to fill 15 to 18 greased and floured cupcake pans about half
full. Bake at 3750 for 25 to 30 minutes for the layer; 20 minutes
for the cupcakes. Cool. Spread Prune-Pecan Filling between layers,
frost with sweetened whipped cream. Decorate as desired.
PRUNE-PECAN FILLING
1-1/2 cups chopped plumped Dash of salt
pitted prunes / 1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon
1./4 cup dark brown sugar 1/4 tsp. ground nutmeg
1/2 cup chopped pecans 2 tsps. grated lemon rind
1 tsp. lemon juice
Combine all ingredients, blending well


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Rights
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Frozen Foods


PURE PORK FRESH LINKS -BY DUBUQUE
SAUSAGE
FRESH
PORK STEAK


Ib.


MINUTE MAID 6 Ounce Cans


range


49c


lb. 39c


MORTON'S
MORTON'C


4
FOR


1.00


CREME PIES------------ each
PIE SHELLS ------------each


29c
49c


FRESH
PORK BRAINS
FRESH PORK
BOSTON
BUTT ROAST


Ib.


Ib


25c


39c


COPELAND'S FAMILY PAK
LU N C H EON MEAT---------------- Pkg.


59c


HENDERSON or DOMINO

SUGAR 51b.bag39c
Limit 5 Pounds with $5 Order or More.
CRACKER PLAIN & FANCY
BARREL
13 Oz. nU CHEEsE 69c
BALLARD or PILLSBURY
BISCUITS 4 cans 37c
FOLGER'S MOUNTAIN GROWN
CO FFEE 2 Ib. can $1.49
Limit One with $5 Order or More.


JITNEY JUNGLE CATSUP- 14 Ounce Jar -- Only


15c


GREEN
CABBAGE


LB.


FIRM


YELLOW


BLACKBURN'S SPECIAL
lVDI ID


7C SQUASH 15 SKYWAY PEANUT BUTTER---- 3PoundJar 97c


LB.
U. S. No. 1
iml Ilur


TOMATOES 19C POTATOES 39C
LB. 10 lb. Bag


BAMA
A PP LE JELLY -----------Big 2 Pound Jar


32c


PILLSBURY
CA K E M IX-White- Yellow-Devil's Food -----3 Pkgs.. $1
HUNT'S SOLID PACK No. 300 Can Limit 4 -REGULAR 19c
TOMATOES can 11c


WASHINGTON STATE EXTRA FANCY
DELICIOUS APPLES Ib. 19c Cooking Oil


* DOUBLE GRAND PRIZE STAMPS WITH ORDERS


OF $5 OR MORE


89c


SAVE FOR XMAS GIFTS *


DUBUQUE'S MISS. BRAND POUND PKG.

BACON 39c


COPELAND'S HICKORY SMOKED 4 to 7 Lbs.

PICNICS lb. 33c


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Support Your Team
In Every Game


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


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


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1964 Fighting Sharks


Front row, left to right: Lamar Butts, manager, Jerry Parrish, Donnie Smith, David Young, George White, Andy Trammell, Charles
Dalton Tull, Jim Fensom, Charles Zimmerman, Ricky Thursbay, Jerry Williams, Jerry Swan, manager and Bobby Brown, coach.
Nichols, Billy Carr, Steve Dees, Joe Hendrix, Byron Humphrey, Manager. Third row, left to right: Norton Kilbourn, John Ayers, David
Second row, left to right: Andy Portera, assistant coach, Eugene Dickey, Charles Gibson, Billy Versiga, Junior Nichols, Tommy Wright,
Harper, Freddy Anderson, Knapp Smith, Lamar Orrell, Wayne Mahan, AI Jerome Barnes, Ray Ramsey, Buddy Smith and Jimmy Goodman.
Cathey, Herbert Smith, Jimmy Cox, Tommy Atchison, Larry Branch,


THI: P.TE SPC C'OD BY THE FOLLOWING PORT ST. JOE SPORTS-MINDED BUSINESSES:


T7, Glidden Company
Port St. Joe Division
Michigan Chemical Company
"We're Backing The Sharks!"
Raffield Fisheries, Inc.
Retail and Wholesale Seafood
Costin's Department Store
Complete Line of Wearing Apparel


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


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.
"Go First By Telephone"


Roche's Furniture & Appliances
Home Furnishings Frigidaire Appliances
St. Joe Ice Company
and DIXIE SEAFOOD COMPANY
Western Auto Associate Store
Stadium Seats, 98c
The Star Publishing Company
"Say You Saw It In The Star"


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