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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: November 5, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

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


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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, IfURWUI, NUVF-MVIFIK b,


S3,400


Votes


In


Gulf


County


Winners of:the 'Halowe'en Carnival costume contest are shown
,above. First prize'winner was Debbie Fowler, daughter of Mr. and
.Mrs. Gene Fowler; second prize, Yolanda Lynn Whaley, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Glover Whaley and third place winner, Mark Kilboumn
,son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles V.'Kilbourn.


Carnival Committee
Offers Its Thanks
The PTA -carnival committee of
the Port St. Joe Elementary
,School wishes to take this means
.of .publicly .giving thanks to'the'
-following -companies, organizations
,and individual persons who hav so
,graciously give 'to make this car-
.nival a huge success: -
St. Joe Paper Co., Michigan
XChemical Co., Glidden Chemical Co.
-Florida Power Corp., West Florida
Gas and Fuel Co., Florida Bank,
'Citizens Federal Savings and Lo'an
Association. Port 'St.-Joe Jayoacs,
St. Joe Ice Co, St. Joe Container
.Division, George G. Tapper, boca-
Cola Bottling Co., of Apalachicola
and the -city officials of Port St.
,Joe.
To the parents, PTA members
and others who gave of their time,
.talents and efforts toward build-
ing, decorating and operating the
carnival, we extend to you our
,thanks-for a job well done.
Without the combined efforts of
all concerned, a genuine love for
(our children and our school, all


PTA Begins Drive to
Secure Books for Library
The High School P. T. A. will
start their donation drive, Nov. 6,
for boys, to build the High School
Library. "Buy or Give a Book" is
the theme of this drive. If you have
any, books that you would like to
donate' and have collected, call
Mrs. 'Bob Faliski, P. T. A. Library
Service Chairman, or members of
her committee, Mrs. Jack Mahon,
Mrs. W. D. Sykes, Mrs, James 'Wil-
son, or Mrs., Dick Lamberson.
If you would like to bay .a.book
for the library. you may send your'
check to the High School P. T. A.
treasurer, Mrs. Joe McLeod. Please
designate., Library 'Fund on your
check. A good book for the library
costs $4 to $5. If you wish to give
the book in honor or memory of
someone you may do so and their
name will be imprinted on the
book.

this couldn't have been aceopm-
plished.
Sincerely,
Bill Brown, Chairman


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HELENE FERRIS WINS STATE BEAUTY GROUP AWARD
Helene Ferris, owner of Helene's
.Beauty Salon, Port St. Joe, who
.7 ..was.. s chosen .as the state nominee
in the national competition for the
., .-' outstanding '.cosmetolQgist in Com-.
__ munity Leadership in the National


Mrs. Helene Ferris is shown above with her plaque, signifying
her as winner for Florida in the N.H.C.A. Community Leadership
contest. Mrs. Ferris will represent Florida in the national con-
vention next Spring,


Hairdressers .& Cosmetologists As-
sociation Community Leadership
Award Program, .received special
letters Honorable Governor Farris Bryant,
Congressman Bob Sikes, Att. Gen.
James W. Kynes, Sen. Dempsey J.
Barron, Sen. .Elect George Tapper,
Affiliate No.6, Panama City, Fla.,
and many more.
One of the main points express-
ed by the Governor was, "I am al-
ways pleased when Floridians are
given high honors. I am especially
pleased that you, a new citizen of
Florida and of the United States,


Gulf Casts Vote


For Goldwater
Gulf County went the way of the remainder of North-
west Florida in the Presidential race, according to incomplete
returns late yesterday afternoon. Gulf gave its support to
Senator Goldwate for president, by a 400 vote margin. Gulf
gave Goldwater 1,883 to 1,479 for President Johnson.
Unofficially, some 3,400 of Gulf County's 4,200 regis-
tered voters went to the polls in perfect weather Tuesday,
lured by the hottest presidential campaign in years-both
from a local and national standpoint.
Hot Republication opposition in the Senator and Gover-
nor's race also stirred interest, but in these areas, Gulf re-
mained in the Democratic fold, giving Senator Holland nearly
a three to one margin over his opponent, Claude R. Kirk, Jr.
Holland polled 2,083 votes to 763 for Kirk.
In the Governor's race, Gulf County went with the rest
of Florida, giving Haydon Burns of Jacksonville, the Gover-
nor's seat for the next two years. Burns polled 1,919 -votes
to 1,036 for Charles R. Holley. Holley polled the most Guber-
natorial votes of any Republican candidate in history.
As of 4:00 p.m. yesterday afternoon, only precincts in
Wewahitchka, Dalkeith, Overstreet, Kenney's Mill and
White City had finished their counting. Only the Presi-
dential votes were complete as of The Star's tabulation
yesterday afternoon, but even that count was unofficial.
All figures for the other candidates given here are incom-
plete with some 25 percent of the vote yet to be counted
in the South Gulf County Precincts. No figures were avail-
able on the Constitutional Amendments.
In local voting for nomination


Right of Way Cleared
For State Park Road
Last week Senator-elect George
Tapper wrote Ed Wright of St.
Petersburg in regard to the right-
of-way for the St. Joseph Peninsula
State Park Road. He received a
telephone call from Wright Satur-
day morning, advising the County
Board to proceed with all plans on
the road and that he *(Wright)
would give the right-of-way to the
county free of charge.
Since this obstacle has -now been
removed, there is no other ob-
stacle in the way of the county
making plans for the constructingn
of this road.
Tapper said, "`I cannot impress
upon you the importance o 'the
county making some decision at a
very early date on (this road, ffor if
the county is not going to back this
project, then I 'think it would be
foolish :Tor the Legislative Delega-
tion to make any luriher -attempts
at secmuring aaffitionail corftruction
funds ffor this park, and -city citi-
zens and organizations of Gulf
County can stop wasting their time
on promoting 'this project, as with-
out trie .curitys l10og% cooperation
on the construction df this :road,
the project is dead."
Fire Departmerit Elects
Officers ir 'NBw Y'Y.ear
Port St. -Joe's -Volunteer Fire De-
jpartment elected -a new officer
slate at their -annual 'business
.meeting Monday -night.
Elected -to -serve -for the coming
year were:
RI. iH. -Ellzey, oidhief; Juae Stevens,
-first assistant chief and Benton
'Hamm, second assistant'.chief.
The officers, all of which suc-
ceed tthemsedles, were elected una-
nimghusy.

Tilent Show Rehearsal
Changed To 'Thursday
John T. Simpson, Commander,
Post 116, -American Legion, would
mnofffy all Iparticipants or any oth-
ers who would be interested in par-
ticipating in the local talent show,
sponsored by the Legion that the
time has been changed for this
week's rehearsal. Rehearsal origin-
ally scheduled.for Friday night will
he held tonight at 7:45 p.m. at the
Elementary School auditorium.


Paper Company

Opens Box Plant

In South Florida
WEST LAKE WALES-The St.
Joe Paper Company this week
started operating its newest ,orru-
gated box plant located in the
heart of Florida's citrus ,and vege-
table industry.
Situated on U. S. Highway 60 in


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Sign To Show Fishing Reef Progress
FISHING REEF PROGRESS: _The Port St. Joe Jaycees erected a
"thermometer" in downtown Port St. Joe last week- to show pro-
gress in a move to place a fishing reef about four miles off St.
Joseph's Point. The Jaycees are shooting for $1,600 to place
a 100 bl'k reef to attract snapper, grouper and other game fish.
As he "thermometer'" above shows, the Jaycees have already col-
lected $300,00' on their two week 'old drive. Manufacturing of the
concrete blocks is scheduled to, begin this month, and plans are
to have the reef in position by next spring. Shown above behind'
one of the concrete blocks that be placed on the bottom of the
Gulf are Jaycee president Joe Parrott, left and Fishing Reef Pro-
ject chairman, James Harrison, right. (- photo)


I ceivea suDstanTial votes. West Lake Wales, the 62,000 square
In the County Judge's contest, foot plant has all new equipment
incumbent Sam Husband received including a 61-inch corrugator. A
2,091 votes to remain in office, large warehouse, built by the comrn-
His opponent in the Democratic py several years ago, is on the T
primary, Frank Pate, Jr., received same site.
657 write-in votes, mostly in the The new, modern box plant has
South GulfCounty precincts, been built here to provide quicker ou rt
In the County Commissioner and more direct service to fresh
races, incumbent Leo Kennedy re- fruit and vegetable shippers and
ceived re-election for another four canners in central and southern The attempt of Jack E. Hammock>
year term with 1,610 votes. His Florida. Until now these customers to have county commissioner-elect
opponent of the Democratic Pri- have been supplied boxes from the Leo Kennedy declared ineligible
mary, Jack E. Hammock received company's container plant "at Port to hold office due to irregularities
521 write-in votes, again mostly in S Jo in voting procedure in the May 26
the Southern part of the county. Linerboard for the new box plant primary was continued late last
Hammock managed to carry one will continue to come from the week with the filing of an appeal
precinct against Kennedy--pre- huge St. Joe Paper kraft mill at to the District Court of Appeals.
cinct 10, in which -Hammock polled Port St. Joe. Hammock's Writ, filed in Cir-
203 votes to 173 for Kennedy. This is the 15th corrugated box cuit Court before Judge Robert L.
In the other write-in contest, plant to be built and operated by McCrary in Marianna last Wednes-
Husband bested Pate in every pre- the St. Joe Paper Company in this day was denied by Judge McCrary
cinct. Pate came within two votes country. Others are located in Bal- after a motion to Quash the Writ
of the leader in precinct 9-and se- timore, Md., Birmingham,, Ala., Chi- was filed by Kennedy's attorneys.
yen votes behind in precinct 10. cago, Cincinnati, Hackensack, N. J., Hammock's notice of appeal
The Star will attempt to carry a Hartford City, Ind., Houston and to the District Court of Appeal,
full breakdown of the vote in next Dallas, Tex., Reserve, La., Mem- First District of Florida states that
week's issue. phis, Tenn., Pittsburgh, Pa., Ro- if allowed to prove his (Hammock's)
chester, N. 'Y., Chesapeake, Va., allegations, returns from Precinct
Sharks PlU I e and.Port St. Joe. An additional*box 2 would be disregarded in totaling
arks ay st plant is nearing completion at the primary vote and Hammock
Charlotte, N. C. The company also would be the Democratic nominee.
Home Game W ith owns two paper mills and three box Hammock's Notice of Appeal
plants in Ireland. was filed in the Gulf County
Bonifay Tomorrow Ralph P. Hollister is general Clerk's Office on Friday, October
manager of the new West Lake 30.


has been so recognized." Port St. Joe's Sharks are still in
Congressman Bob Sikes extend- search of their first victory of the
ed theg warmest congratulations current football season after last
and said, "The contributions you 'Friday's tussle with Blountstown,
have made to your community are which saw the Sharks falling vic-
'impressive and you justly deserve tim to Howell Montgomery and the
the honor which has been accord- Tigers by a score of 33 to 6..
ed you." Montgomery's passing proved to
Att. Gen. James W. Kynes sent be the Sharks undoing. The Tigers
a telegram in which he expressed couldn't move at all through the
his congratulations saying, "I know Shark wall, but made modest
that both your local association gains around the ends, with their
and your state association are in- big bomb the passing arm of quar-
deed 'proud of your outstanding terback Montgomery to Dale Gol-
accomplishments." den.
Heldne Ferris received a beau- The Tigers first drew' blood in
tiful ceramic plaque, emblematic the first quarter with a 20 yard
of the high honor of being chosen pass to Clifford Goodman. The ex-
the "Outstanding Cosmetologist in tra point attempt was blocked by
Community Leadership in the the Sharks. "
State," presented while standing The Tigers scored twice in the
before an illuminated slide upon second period on passes. Montgom-
which was reproduced the State ery hit Golden with a 40 yard and
flag. 15 yard aerial to pick up 12 more
(Continued On Page 12) (Continued On Page 12)


Wales plant. He formerly was re-
sponsible for Florida sales of the
Port St. Joe container plant.
Ini-isCmn------
Invitations Coming for
xIF .- P K I I


ikes Case


Appeals


Franchise Election

Is Next Tuesday
For the second time in a week
Port St. Joe's Freeholders will
cast their ballots on next Tues-
day.
The vote Tuesday will be on
whether or not to issue a fran-
chise to the Gulf Cablevision
Company to install and operate
a pay television cable service in
Port St. Joe:
The company is locally owned
by Mr. and Mrs. James Avant.
Plans are to have the service
operating in Port St. Joe within
60 days after the franchise elec-
tion.
Only registered freeholders are
eligible to vote in the special
election.


Lions Club Undertakes Project of

Raising Funds To Help Treat Blind


Parents to ViSit School The Port St. Joe Lions Club is through one annual fund raising
presently conducting a drive for project by each club.
Pupils attending the Port St. Joe donations to the Florida Lions Since 1958, through the efforts
Elementary School will carry home Foundation for the Blind. The drive of the Lions and Lionesses and the
in a day or two special invitations will end Friday, November 20 at very generous response of the ci-
asking their parents to visit class- 5:00 p.m. in front of Costin's De- tizens of Florida, the Florida Lions
rooms next week in observance of apartment Store. At this time one Foundation for the Blind was able
American Education Week. receipt will be drawn and the win- to expand its prevention of blind-
Teachers and pupils are inter- ner will take home a Winchester ness program. Since 50% of blind-
ested in many parents and other Model 1400, 12 gauge, automatic ness is preventable, prevention of
concerned individuals visiting the shotgun given by the local club. blindness is a critical area in the
school in order that they may see Donations are $1.00 and $5.00 and services of the blind.
first-hand the school program at you do not have to be present to Early in 1963, Florida Lions
work. win. Foundation began making annual
The school always encourages The Florida Lions Foundation grants to the North Florida Eye
visits from the interested public, for the Blind, Inc., was organized Bank for Restoring Sight, Inc.,
and next week-American Educa- by Lions in 1958 as a non-profit, founded jointly by the Ltons Clubs
tion Week-the school's welcome state-wide organization and is of North Florida and the Univer-
mat will be extra large. supported by all Floridf Lions (Continued On Page 12)


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants


TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR


I0PER
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NUMBER 8


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to office, all Democratic nominees
were elected to office. In 'Gulf
County, nomination at the Demo-
cratic Primary is as good as elec-
tion.
The usual number of write-ins
were recorded in various offices,
but as the list was incomplete and
press time was upon us, there wa's
no attempt to get the write-ins for
this week's issue.
Two contests will be of inter-
est to Gulf County voters were
two write-in contests which re-


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1964


Legal


Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GFTTT. COUNTTTV Tn CHTAN-


CARD OF THANKS
I wish to take this method of
expressing sincere things to the
citizens of St. Joe for the flowers
food, baby sitter, and their kind
words of sympathy during our re
cent bereavement.
The Family of James T. Bryant.

SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR


CERY. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ALMA MONTGOMERY, All creditors of the estate of
Plaintiff, Alma P. McClellan, deceased~ are
V.' hereby notified and reqtu Wd to
<0. H. TAYLOR, WYNELL TAY- file any claims or demands' whichh
LOR HARRISON, LARRY ODIES they may have aganist said estate
TAYLOR, MICHAEL HENRY in the office of the County Judge
TAYOR and LINDA DIANE of Gulf County, Florida, in the
TAYLOR, Courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor-
Defendants. ida, within six calendar months
NOTICE OF SALE from the date of the first publica-
Notice is hereby given pursuant tion of this notice. Each claim or
to a final decree of foreclosure demand must be in writing and
dated October 16, 1964, and en- must state the place of residence
tered in Chancery Case No. 2444 and post office address of the
of the Circuit Court of the Four- claimant and must be sworn to by
teenth Judicial Circuit, in and for the claimant, his agent, or his at-
Gulf County, Florida, wherein torney ,or it will become void ac-
Alma Montgomery is plaintiff and cording to law.
0. H. Taylor, Wynell Taylor Har- Dated October 19, 1964.
rison, Larry Odies Taylor, Michael ERLINE M. MOORE,
Henry Taylor and Linda Diane Tay- Administratrix of the Estate
lor are defendants, I will sell to of Alma P. McClellan,
the highest and best bidder for deceased.
cash at the front door of the Gulf Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
County Courthouse in Wewa- 221 Reid Avenue,
hitchka, Gulf County, Florida, at Port St. Joe, Florida,
11:00 A. M. on the 2nd day of No- Attorney for Administratrix.
vember, A. D. 1964, the following e
described property as set forth in NOTICE
said final decree, to-wit: We wish to advise that an appli-
Lots Five (5), Six (6), Forty- cation was tendered for filing with
one (41) and Forty-two (42) in the Federal Communications Comn-
Block "C" of Beaty subdivision mission in Washington, D. C. on
of Gulf County, Florida, ac- October 19, 1964, for transfer of
-cording to the Official Plat broadcast license for Radio Station
thereof on file in the office of WJOE, Port St. Joe, Florida, from
'the Clerk of Circuit Court of Robert D. Sidwell trading as Little
Gulf County, Florida. Joe Enterprise to Big Bend Broad-
Dated this 19th day of October, casting Corporation. Members of
A. D. 1964. the public who may wish to bring
GEORGE Y. CORE, to the comimssion's attention facts
Clerk, Circuit Court, concerning WJOE,or who may op-
Gulf County, Florida. pose the sale of WJOE to the Big
4t-10-22 Bend Broadcasting Corporation
may do so by writing to the Fed- ,
eral Communications Commission,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Washington 25, D. C., not later than
COURT, GULF COUNTY, November 18, 1964, where they 1
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. should set forth in detail the spe-
IN RE: EstatQ of ,cific facts which the writer wishes
ALMA P. McCLELLAN, the Commission to consider, in the
dA d. p rncassing nn thi annlicatinn.


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Gardening In Florida


e By Hervey Sharpe, Editor, Florida
Agricultural Extension Service
I Sandburs better known as
sandspurs-are like true friends.
They will stick to you no matter


how you plan to vote in the na-
tional election.
However, even true friends can
become a pest. Getting rid of them
is often as simple as turning over
the welcome mat, or pulling in the


Bowling


patience you can kill sandspurs, N e s
says Dr. G. C. Horn, turf special- I e W S
ist with the Agricultural Experi-
in the spring. Continue to pull un, GULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE
til the last spurs mature in the Glidden won four games from
fall. Florida Bank last week on lanes
its your town ,then plan for an ap- 1 and 2. Jean Stoufer bowled high
plication of the chemical about the for Glidden with a 420. Joan My-
middle of December. Usually atra- ers had 381. Norma Hobbs led the
zine comes as a dry mixture or in Bank with a 413 series. Doris
pellet form. Strickland added 334.
The best way to apply the chem- Lanes 3 and 4 saw St. Joe Laun-


latch string, ical is with adrop-type applicator. dry win three games from Nedley's
B t d d
'
t t iff d Don't use the "whir l


sua sanauopuaon U e L I-CL flhflJJCU u-r. on I* t ci- Xe ml b yp a j. _
so easily. cator as it may scatter particles of er for the
Once established in your lawn, the material on ornamentals, caus- Punk Daug]
sandspurs will bristle up and fight ing them to suffer as much as the Lois Smith
annihilation with every spike in sandspurs. ley's with a
their body. For a good kill, you may need 196-168-165.
Nearly every ruse ends in fail- to apply a second application of Faye's Dri
ure. the chemical in the spring about from 13 Mile
A local hunter thought he had the time the tiny sandspur plants Adams rolled
his bur problem licked when he begin to show up in the lawn. For had a high g
noticed that his loyal bird dog amount of application, read direc- added 373.
licked the stickers from his hunt- tions on the label, well over he:
ing clothes. But after several trips Use positive thinking in any and Billie Pa
around the lawn gathering sand- sandspur control program. Even if ers for 13 M
spurs on pants legs, the dog re- you make several successful fail-, lie picked ui
fused to clear off stickers if there ures, remember you are getting re- Lanes 7 a
were no quail to point. venge for the times the burs have tion as the f
Cutting 'spur plants with the pricked blood from your fingers teams tangle
mower is of no avail. If tall grow- while clearing socks of stickers, tended their
ers think they are about to be Just. for the record, there are games from
eradicated, they will call in the over a dozen types of sandspurs. Maine Jensei
runner type to sneak along the All of them carry the name of a nice 525 s
ground below the whirr of the Cenchrus plus a descriptive name of 181-187-15
mower blades. such as "incertus." 383. Evelyn
Cutting sandspurs after the Leav'ing hame won't help you the Furnitur
prickles mature is spreading next leave the pest plant behind, be-! took high gar
year's misery because each seed cause there is a variety that thrives a 227. Mary
scattered will mean scores of stick- in almost every state, including the Wynell Burke
ers next spring, great state of California. not be printed
Hand pulling and burning is a [the very difl
sure way of spelling doom to the MRS. CHARLES DAVIS NAMED Team stan
sticky pest. The time to pull is as TO GULF LIBRARY BOARD Comforter's
soon as you can recognize the plant
the chemical package, warns Dr. TALLAHASSEE Secretary of St. Joe Furn
Horn. A little too much of the mix- State Tom Adams today announc- Florida Bank
ture could harm lawn grass. ed the commissioning o f Mrs. Glidden
If sandspurs invade centipede, Charles Davis, Box 251, Port St. 13 Mile
St. Augustine or carpet grass, try Joe, Florida, as- Member, Gulf Nedley's
a chemical called atrazine. The County Library Board. St. Joe Laun
best time to apply this chemical is -IFaye's
after Jack Frost has visited. MRS. SAM BRITT NAMED TO
If your Chamber of Commerce GULF LIBRARY BOARD RYCHLIK TC
won't let you admit that frost vis- TALLAHASSEE Secretary of THURSDAY,
ment Stations. State Tom Adams today announced Mr. Rychli]
If you have zoysia or bermuda the commissioning of Mrs. Sam matic Labor
grass, use DSMA-also known as Britt Post Office Box 115, Wewa- maForce Base,
Di-Met-to kill sandspurs. hitchka, Florida ,as Member, Gulf oratory andse,
For best results apply this dead- County Library Board. guided tour
ly arsenic mixture while the plants g meet ofr
are in the juvenile stage since they Mrs. W. D. Jones is visiting rela- meeting of
are easier to discourage at this tives in Orlando. ing Society,
tender age. The meeting
For a complete kill you'll need FOR SALE: Legal ruled pads. 25c P. M., C.S.T.,
to apply the chemicals from three each. The Star. 227-3161. 5, at the Cl
to seven times with each applica-
tion from five to seven days apart.
Be sure to follow the directions on i
Chemical Control A
With a bit of luck and a lot of


In wausfi g o wi-
Laundry with a 430.
htry turned in a 421.
bowled high for Ned-
529. She had games of
Ann Tison added 328.
ive-In won four games
e on lanes 5 and 6. Zela
d a 437 for Faye's. She
game of 194. Ollie Neel
Bennie Hunter bowled
r average. Donna Ward
adgett were high bowl-
ile with 374 each. Bil-
p the 5-7 split.
nd 8 saw a lot of ac-
first and second place
.ed. Comforter's ex-
lead as they won three
St. Joe Furniture.
n led the victors with
series. She had games
57. Elise Rogers had
Smith set the pace for
e Store with 513. She
me for the league with
Brown added a 415.
e asked that her score
,d but she did pick up
ficult 6-7-10 split.
dings: W. L.
-__- _282 7%
iture -__-24 2 11%
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dry -_- 14 22
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0 SPEAK AT EGLIN
NOVEMBER 5
k, director of the Cli-
atory of Eglin Air
will speak on the L-b-
its mission and give a
at the next regular
the Florida Engineer-
Gulf Coast Chapter.
wil take place at 7
Thursday, November
imatic Hangar, Eglin


Air Force Base. HI oward Lovett, senior at the
The chapter secretary will be University of Florida in Gaines-
elected at this meetiville, visited last week-end, wih his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovett.
CLASSIFIED ADS! Howard is section councilman for
Midget Investments That Yield the Freshman class in Graham
Giant Returnsl Area..


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1964



THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port S. Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publlshing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
DIAL 227-8161 POSTOFFICE Box 308

Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffioe, Port St Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.

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riees. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.




Editorial

WE SALUTE A GREAT MAN
Herbert Clark Hoover, 31st President of the United
States, a man who outlived the vicious personal attacks upon
him to become one of the most revered men in all the world,
passed October 20 at the age of 90.
Mr. Hoover was the epitome of the American dream.
Son of the village blacksmith and orphaned before the age of
ten, he arose to became .head of the -most powerful State in
the world. Shortly after his election to the Presidency, a
world-wide depression in 1929 caught the United States in its
near-paralyzing grip, helped send the stock market crashing
down and the American economy along with it.
Although the "great depression" was not Mr. Hoover's
fault, he was an easy target for a despondent people and he
was defeated for the Presidency in 1932. His long life span,,
however, enabled him to see this unjust villification disa-
ppear, and he became a universally honored man for his great
humanitarian works, and for his monumental task as Chair-
man of the Commission on Government Reorganization.,
General Dwight D. Eisenhower, niow the only living ex-
Republican President, spoke for all of us in America when
he said:
"The nation is a loser in the death of President Hoover.
He has by his great service earned the gratitude of America
and the free world."


HIGH TIDE OF DELINQUENCY
Following the summer riotsa-in which the qverwhelming-
number of participants were young people-the President
requested the FBI to investigate. Director J. Edgar Hoover
has now made his report, and it is a sobering document.
These riots, which took place in a number of northern
cities and in resort towns on the eastern and western sea-
boards, were not race riots and they were not the work of
extremist organizations. The victims, Mr. Hoover points out,
included blot1 Negro and white store-owners. Back of the
riots,, he continues, is "the breakdown of respect for law and
order among young people," And this, in part, he ascribes
to "an immunity to public exposure for serious offenses and
often the absence of punishment of any kind." To quote him
once more, the riots were "not the innocent exuberance of
youth but were persistent, prolonged and violent."
In other words, the riots represented a high tide in the
grim flood of juvenile delinquency, And the breakdown Mr.
Hoover tells about it, in large measure, the result of parental
failures in the home, of failure of the schools to properly
instill respect for constituted authority and of failure of laws
which pamper and privilege young lawbreakers, no matter
how vicious they may be. Until the wrongdoer of any age
learns that stern punishment awaits him, we may expect the
crime statistics to grow more and more ominous. r


GRASSROOTS OPINION
Only a few months ago Washington slashed income tax
levies and the economists predicted a roaring upswing in
purchases made by people who were permitted to retain a
larger portion of their earnings. .. Rather than spending
like mad, or incurring new obligations which could be paid
for with the savings, they proceeded to pay on what they
already owed, and then salted away a good portion of what
remained. It is a good thing they did for the Internal Rev-
enue Service has announced that tax withholding from
wages, as computed at the time of the tax slash, have proven
to be too low. Talk about Indian Givers, Washington either
must have more than its quota of them; or no one on the
banks of the Potomac has a sharp pencil.


Myrtle Creek, Ore., Mail: "This writer wishes he could
write some pungent intelligent material about the problem
of the races. To hear the politicians and the theorists talk,


all that is required is 'equalization' by legislation. 'But there
is no equality-nor has there ever been even for those in the
same predominant race of the country. As long as there
are human beings, there will be competition for the limited
positions at the top, and there will be various routes whereby
certain persons may achieve them. In the race, many, many
will suffer disappointments and readjustments will have to
be made. Only the virtues in human relationships can ease
these matters and they are here with us to be practiced now
as in the future."


PROCLAMATION
... Whereas, the savings and loan
Dl T N T I T Y P institutions contribute immense-
ly to the economic growth, prog-
ress and home building of Port
YESTERDAY AND TODAY St. Joe and the State of Florida
in general, and,
Whereas, the general welfare
of our citizens has benefited
greatly because of the persistent
encouragement of thrift and
home ownership by the savings
and loan institutions, and,
Whereas, the public confi-
dence in savings and loan insti-
stations in the State of Florida
is evidenced by the fact that
resources of these institutions
exceed five billion dollars, lend-
ing more than one billion dol-
S. lars annually for construction,
S. improvement and purchase of
.. homes in this State, and,
Whereas, the great majority of
the Nation's 6,000 savings and
.. .. ^." 6'- loan associations, representing
"-'_ D, -, *i P assets of over $114 billion,
through their trade association,
4Cthe United States Savings and
Loan League, will be holding
"- their Seventy-Second Annual
Convention this year in Florida
during November 8-13;
Diatribute8 by the Fort St. Joe Rotary Club, spQnsors N Th f I, Frank Han
of Florida's first countywide Dental Health program. Now, Therefore, I, Frank Han-
non, Mayor of the City of Port
St. Joe, do hereby proclaim the
week of November 8-13, 1964 as
1"Savings and Loan Week" in
dentist y s n Port St. Joe, and urge the citi-
zens of our community to wel-
An Pi come the thousands of savings
SI and loan delegates who will be
traveling in Florida during this
period.
In witness whereof, I have
This is the first of a series of materials, hereunto subscribed my name
articles prepared by the Port St. The Greek physician, Hippocra- this 1st day of November, 1964.
Joe Rotary Club, sponsors of tes studied diseases of the mouth FRANK HANNON,
Florida's first countywide Den- and gums and made a dentrifice Mayor.
tal Health Program. Approved to clean 'the teeth and oral cavity.
by Dr. R. E. King and Dr. L. J. Claudius Galen (130-200), physical of the traveling dentist as he wan-
Atkins, President-elect of the and medical writer, was highly in-dered from town to town across
S'Florida State Dental Society, terested in dental diseases, par- In the year 1839, dentistry be-
these articles will be presented clearly pyorrhe came a profession In thatyear,
by The Star as a public service mon n the days of the omanEm- i Horace Hayden established the
feature. pire. Interest p.revaled in ancient Baltimore College of Dental Surg-
Efypt as well as Rome and the lery, the first dental school in the
Although nobody knows exactly Egyptian law required dentists to world. The Ohio College of Dental
When dentistry began, scientists take the Hippocratic Oath of eth- surgery was founded in 1845 fol-
know that crude forms of the prac- ics, well known in the medical pro- eiS was founded n.1845 fol-
tice have existed since prehistoric sessions today. of Dental Surdery in 1856 and the
i times. Development of dentistry was Philadelphia Dental College in
Skulls, with hammered gold very slow in the Middle Ages. 1863 a Dental
bridgework have been found in Teeth were often pulled by barbers In the last century development
the tombs of the ancient Etruscans, as a part of their regular work as of the profession has been phe.
a civilization that flourished ini surgeons. Old drawings, show the of the Todessaoy has been ranps
southern Italy 400 B. C. These den- I "tooth drawer." working at his nomenal. T oday dentstry ranks
:tues, on display, in museums to- trade at the fairs and bazaars and amng t most i p a of the
day, show the fine craftsmanship on t street corners, medicall sciences.
which .characterizes all of the In the early P800's in the United The .Port St. Jod Rotary Club
Etruscan jewelry and metal work. States, dental students received is sponsoring a prOject of dental
In both North and South Amer- their training by serving as ap- health among Gulf County school
ica archaeologists have unearthed prentices in the offices of estab- children which is financed by
Indianskulls with false teeth, lished practitioners. A familiar the Rotary Christmas Ball on
crudely made of bone and other'sight of the times was the wagon Saturday, December 5.


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By WESLEY R. RAMSEY


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We have about the craziest story to report this week that you
have ever heard. About the only place you have seen such a situation
is possibly in a Jack Lemmon movie.
The other day, Tom Coldewey received a phone call and his caller
said, "Tom, this is Cooper are you going to Tallahassee today? If
so could I ride up there with you?"
Gracious man that he is Tom replied, "Yes, I'm going in about
30 minutes and I'll be glad to have you go with me.
About time to leave, Tom was on a long distance call and he told
Lugi Spann, SJPC chauffeur, to go down to the Cooper Motor Co., and
tell "Mr. Cooper" to be ready to go in about 15 minutes, since he
would have to leave by then in order to 'catch a plane he was going
after.
The trip to Tallahassee was made with Jim Cooper keeping up
the conversation, as he has been known to do on occasion.
Two days later, Sid Brown called Coldewey on the phone and said,
"Tom, Cooper wants to know if you are mad at him since you didn't
pick him up to go to Tallahassee. He waited for four hours and you
didn't show." Tom replied that he had taken "Cooper" to Tallahassee
with him and Lugi had waited for him to do what he went for and
brought him home.
Sid then. asked, "What "Cooper" did you take?
Tom replied, "Why, Jim Cooper, down at the Chevrolet place!"
To which Sid had to reply, "Man, you took the wrong Cooper!
Ivey Cooper is the one who wanted to go to Tallahassee!"
Shortly after Coldewey found out that he had taken the wrong
"Cooper" to Tallahassee, Jim Cooper found out why he went to
Tallahassee.
Which all goes to prove that one man will still trust another,
even to the point of getting ready to go to Tallahassee on 15 minutes
notice when he doesn't even know what he is going for.


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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1964 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.

1 Students Observe
Sf Children's Book Week
A book will carry you here;
";' 1 A book will carry you
everywhere.
A book will carry you across
the sea,
And into a wonderland you
can't see.
A book will carry you to other
lands,
Where Indians roam in large
bands.
Books were certainly made for
me,
To help me learn what I


Local Girl Wins

"Honey" Contest
Theresa Young, daughter of Mr.
.and Mrs. Robert L. Young, Port St.
.Joe, competing as Little Miss Tu-
:pelo Honey queen was first run-
:ner-up as Little Miss State Honey
Queen, at the State Beekeepers
Convention held at Tampa in Oc-
tober.
Theresa, representing the Tu-
pelo Honey Association, rode on a
float at the North Florida Fair in
Tallahassee October 27.
She is the granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Williams of
Blountstown and also granddaugh-
ter of Mrs. W. D. Stone of Auburn,
Alabama.
------
WANTED
If you have a Brownie or Girl
Scout uniform not being used, call
Brownie leader, Mrs. Braxton
Ward, at 227-3316, or Girl Scout
leader, Mrs. Williston Chason, at
229-3191. -


Beta Sigma Phi I
The Preferential Tea for fall
held Sunday, October 25, in the hi
were-Ist row, 1. to r.: Charlotte NE
Betty Lewis, Ann Pridgeon; 2nd roy
Martha Sanborn, Linda Sullivan, G
Hurlbut.







THURSDAY


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cOR'"


want to be.


Tuesday, were asked to write a
definition of a book-not just a
dictionary-type -definition, but one
that would show how they felt
about books. Some individual an-
swers were: "A book is a world
that you have never been to"; "a
book is a key to the world", "a
book is like love, like a furry kit-
ten"; "a book is a friend"; "a book
is a delight to me, it is a beautiful
delight"; "a book is a glowing
thing", and "a book is happiness".
At this writing, not all classes
have had an opportunity to ex-
press themselves about books;
however, so far "Children's Book
Week" has gone over big with the
pupils and even bigger with the
librarian.


TOMMY resDyTerian
Fifth Grade
The above poem was a spontan- Women Meet
eous outgrowth of a discussion
about books in the Port St. Joe The Presbyterian Women's or-
Elementary School library where
the classes have been especially organization met at the church on
book-conscious because this is Monday, November 2, at 4 o'clock.
"Children's Book Week", one of Mrs. Jackie Price opened the
the best known of the special meeting with prayer and Mrs. J.
weeks. R. Smith was in charge of the pro-
Interesting activities have been gram entitled, "Not By Bread
going on throughout the school, Alone." The program was divided
with posters, bulletin boards, book into four parts: "The American
markers and teachers' comments Scene" was presented by Mrs. R.
impressing upon pupils that books M. Spillers; "Why We Labor for
are important and that reading is the Meat That Perishes" was pre.
a pretty wonderful pursuit. sented by Mrs. Jackie Price; "Re-
While in the library this week sults of Laboring for the Meat that
several' fifth grade classes were Perishes" and "Available Helps"


asked to write the name of a story,
poem or book that had meant
something special to them-had
been a sort of extra-favorite.


was presented by Mrs. J. R. Smith.
The program pointed out the fu-
tility and frustration of laboring Engagement of M iss Jo Ann Bishop
only for material gain or "trying


The titles were varied. Some chil- to keep up with the Joneses." The And Clayton Huggins Is Announced
dren named old favorites of ear- Bible plainly says that our hearts U Clayton Huggins Is Announced
lier years ,such as "Peter Rabbit". are where our treasures are and | .
Many chose Bible stories as their that we should "seek ye first the Mr. and Mrs. Theo Bishop of Florida.
favorites. Biographies were popu- Kingdom of God and His righteous- Port St .Joe announce the engage- The wedding will be an event of
lar with "Davy Crockett" and ness," and "lay yourselves up treas- ment and approaching marriage of November 21st at 3:00 P. M. in
"Daniell Boone" leading the list. ures in Heaven Earthly treas- their daughter, Jo Ann, to Clayton
Many old favorites showed up, al- ures shall pass away and "only Huggins, son of Mrs. J. H. Fogg the home of the bride's parents.
so. Some of the pupils named what's done for Christ will last." of Melbourne, Florida, and Mr. All friends and relatives are in-
"Alice' In Wonderland", "20,000 We certainly need to re-examine Charles C. Huggins of Homosassa, vited to attend.
Leagues Under The Sea", "The our thinking and re-establish a
Prince and the Pauper" and "Ro- sense of true values within our- with 'prayer by Mrs. W. K. Settle- B C *
bin Hood". selves and teach our children to' mire. The closing thought is quot- BO KS Can GUIde
Newer titles chosen included, distinguish between false and true ed from Mr. M. R. De Haan. h d'l sFJ
"Island of the Blue Dolphins", values. The program was beauti- The voice from the coffin said: il S ure
"Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" and fully presented and very thought
"Kon Tiki". provoking. It gave good cause for "What I kept I lost, what I gave By studying the characteristics
Mrs. Stone's fourth grade pupils, soul searching. I kept; and what I had-I left be- of each age group to see how chil-
while they were in the library on Mrs. S. R. Brown, Jr., read the hind." dren grow and what their needs
minutes of the last meeting and are, we can guide them in their
<, discussion of old and new busi- Sorority To Canvas City
r .-W. ^^ ness followed. A "birthday bank," For Gulf Cable-Visionchoice of literature.
., < the contents of which will be given Among the procedures to enrich
to the building fund at the end of The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta reading interests are: entice chif-
the year, was given to Mrs. R. M. Sigma Phi will be out canvassing dren to begin pleasurable reading
Spillers who is in charge of that the City of Port St. Joe for the 1y providing suitable reading mat-
project. An acknowledgement of Gulf Cablevision Co., Friday and ter that is attractive, provide plea-
appreciation was made for the un- Saturday November 6 and 7. nt physical surroundings to cr-
tiring efforts of the church hostess, Saturday, November 6 and 7. yint physical surroundings to cri--
Anyone signing up for this ser-
Mrs. R. D. Prows, who so capably vice on these two days will get the ate a suitable atmosphere, read
card out her duties over the pastvice on these two days will get the
carried out her duties over the pastinstallation of their television ca- parts of books to the children and
two months in behalf of the Wom- ble service free. show the pictures and make trips
community project was discussed them to the library.
and acted upon. All chairmen dis-sed Mrs. W. B. Ferrell Has Guests Saint Joseph's Children's Libra-
cussed athe subject matter of their Recent guests of Mrs. W. B. Fer- ry on Eighth Street, has many
cussed the subject matter ofat thenextrell have been her sister-in-iaw, books of interest for children oi
reports to be made at the next -'Mrs. Anna Goodson of Greensboro, all ages. The library is open on
circle meeting. There will be re- her son and grandson, W. W. Fer- Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays
I ports from Mrs. Carl Zimmerman, rell and Jerry, from Jacksonville, from 4 to 5 p.m.
Mrs. L. S. Bissett and Mrs. R. M. a sister, Mrs. Lexie Clark of Jack- "Georgia", grades 1-3. Anyone in-
Spillers. At "Special Prayer Time" sonville and a brother-in-law, R. S. tercsted in ghosts will be happy to
usheesfoMrs. R. M. Spillers led in prayer Ferrell, from Kansas City, Kansas. meet little Georgie, a friendly typ.,
ushees Honored for the quick recovery of Mrs. H. Mr and Mrs. J. M. Sunday from who enjoyed living with the Whit-
rushees into Beta Sigma Phi was sing Campbelland the Lord for Robert Chattahoochee also spent last akers and haunting their house.
ome of Mrs. Bill Brown. Attending blessing. of m e Lord for R brt week-end visiting with Mrs. Fer- "Courage of S a r a h Noble".
edley, Nickie Dugger, Faye Hudson, Settlemire who is to undergo surg- rell. grades 4-6. A little colonial girl
w, 1. to. r.:Jeanie Little, Betty Scott, erysoon in Washington, D. C. proves her strength of character
race Hanson. Not pictured, Sherry The devotional was taken from Visitors From Jacksonville and her, confidence in God's guid-
"Our Daily Bread" and was in Mr. Richard Naill and Mrs. Doug- ance when she agrees to remain
keeping with the monthly emphasis las Naill of Jacksonville spent the with the Indians in the wilds of
penin mon Stewardship. Mrs. Jackie Price week-end with Mrs. I. C. Nedley. Connecticut while her father re-
Opening Times read the scripture taken from Mat- Richard has completed his serv- turns to Massachusetts for the*
Sat. 12:45 p.m. thew 19:16-26. ice with the U. S. Navy and just rest of the family.
Sun .....--..-....--....------__ 2:45 p.m. Attention was called to the com- returned from Rota, Spain, where "Story of D-Day" grades 7-8. One
Mon.-Fri ............------ 4:45 p.m. ing circle meeting which is to be he was stationed for two and one- of the most memorable days in
on Monday, November 9, at 4 half years. He met James Kennedy World War II history, June 6, 1944,
o'clock. Mrs. S. R. Brown, Jr., will from Port St. Joe, a few days be- marked the turning point for the
and FRIDAY be hostess. Special emphasis will fore leaving Spain. allied victory. The author's account
be the responsibility of Mrs. L. S. I- of the courageous men who carried
I IBissett and Mrs. Peggy Christian CLASSIFIED ADS! out the invasion long planned and
will be in charge of our, Bible Midget Investments That Yield shared by many impress the young
study. The meeting was adjourned Giant Returnsl reader with its deep significance.


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IvewS
GUYS and DOLLS LEAGUE
There was a clean sweep acroi.-
the lanes for three of the teams
last week, as the standings e:ot
changed around some. i
Costin's went down in defeat t.I
Wiley's Supply. Martha Ward as
top bowler for Wiley's as she bowl--
ed a 478 series, including a 190)
game thus taking second high jame
and series for the dolls. Vance Reo
gers turned in a 425 series i. be
high for the guys.
Wayne Ward rolled a 493 seei'ie
with a 209 game for Costin's Sue
Moore had a 420 series being high
for the girls on this team.
Team No. 5 was victor over
Carps. Dana Rose bowled a 376
series, supported by Francis Kirk-
land's 450 series.
Wayne Smith bowled a 533 ser-


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, F.orida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1964


Members of the Lunch Room Beautification Club are, left to
right, Patricia Washington, Odessa Brown, 'Sarah Hopps, Minnie
Jones, Bessie McCloud, Delors Breedlove, Clementine Nickson, Linda
Daniels and Carolyn Bess.

I iinRhrnm RAmUtifirntinn Cil Fin ; hlA


ies to no avail for Carps. Harley nsWvn1i vvnm vVU aiiVjimVIgIl % M Ies II|bI
Roberts bowled a 461 series, rais- W h g i I F l
ing his average by four pins. Mary Work On Washington High Facility
Roberts was high for the girls
with a 304 series. The Lunchroom Beautification
Al Jensen went "ape" and came Club celebrated the culmination of WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL TO
up with a 513 series for Russ and National Lunchroom Week Friday, HAVE ROCK AND ROLL SHOW
Sons. Troy Gay still managed to Oct. 16, at the Washington High
beat him by one pin, turning in School. On Thursday, November 5, the
a 514 series. The L. R. B. Club decorated the Business Club will present a Rock,
Team No. 3 was the loser to dining hall attractively for this and Roll show from 7:30-10 P. M.
Russ and Sons. Jim Faught had a celebration. Each dining table was The show will feature the fascinat-
good series of 504. Connie Faught arrayed with pot flowers and dol- ing, captivating and and motivat-
was high for the girls with a 354 lies as a special attraction. ing "Swingers" of Marianna.
series. An instructor from each depart- The Swingers with top ratings
Team Standings W L ment along with the principal was have performed at Club Balai in
Russ and Sons ____-------21 7 invited to dine with the members Ocala and the Ace Club in Tampa
Costin's 18 10 of the L. R. B. Club. During this and is a first rate attraction
Wiley Supply 14 14 affair, all teachers were requested throughout the southeast.
Team No. 3 12 16 to continue emphasizing through- The proceeds from this show
Team No. 5 10 14 out the school year the vital im- will go to the Business Club to
Carps 5 19 portance of a well-balanced meal finance its program for the year.
---- daily to a child's health.
MERCHANT'S LEAGUE This occasion was ended with a CARD OF THANKS
13 Mile Oyster Co., and St. Joe general table discussion among We wish to thank the many peo-
Bowling Lanes met on lanes one teachers and L. R. B. Club mem- ple of Port St. Joe and Oak Grove
and two with the Oyster Co., tak- hers headed by the principal, Mr. and the surrounding area who came
ing three of the points. Wayne Edwin G. Williams. This discussion
Ward turned in a 498 series, being was in reference to suggestive to our aid with kind words and
high for 13 Mile. Joe Padgett was methods of improving lunchroom deeds during the illness and death
next with a 487. Pizza and Smith attendance. of our loved one, Mrs. Pearl Hall.
were high for the Bowling Lanes The L. R. B. Club is under the Your kindness was very much
with their series of 560 and 508. sponsorship of Mrs. Willie M. Ma- appreciated and very much needed
S Richard's Raiders made their at- son, manager of the Washington appreciated and much needed
tack on Team No. 3 and made off High School lunchroom. She is as- during our period of grief.
with all four points. B. J. Richards sisted by Mrs. Willie M. Breedlove. May God bless you all.
rolled a captivating 594 series. The club consists of senior girls BILLY HALL
Ralph Ward supported with a 506only. DERNENA McGREW
series. The best Team 3 could offer
was Frankie Scott's 478 and Coo-
lev's 419.


Michigan Chemical clobbered
Vitro to the tune of four points.
Grady Dean bowled a 547 series
and Munn had a 438.
Randy McClain went down fight-
ing for Vitro as he scored a 500
series. Troy Gay, somewhat off,
had a 462 series.
Team Standings W L
13 Mile Oyster Co. _--- 20 12
Vitro 18 14
Richard's Raiders -_-- 16 16
Michigan Chemical -__-- 14 18
St. Joe Bowling Lanes 14 18
Team No. 3 -_ ---- 14 18
LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE


Lanes 1 and 2 saw West Florida
Gas take three games from Rich's
with Janet King bowling high for
West Florida Gas with a series of
421 and Gloria Morgan high for
Rich's with a 416 series.
,Lanes 3 and 4 saw The Senators
take three games from Pate's with
Betty Whitehurst bowling high for
The Senators with a 412 series and
Mary Alice Lyons bowling high for
Pate's with a 420. This is your first
400, Mary. Let's see some more of
them now.
Lanes 3 and 4 saw Jitney Jungle
take three games from Amison's
with Evelyn Smith bowling high
for Jitney Jungle with a big 504
series which was high for all the
lanes. Good bowling, Evelyn. You
are coming close to that 600.
(Huh?) Lois Smith bowled high for
Amison's with a 433 series. What
happened, Lois?
Lanes 7 and 8 saw Beaman's
take three games from Whitfield
Strikers with Eleanor Williams and
Aubrey Tanner bowling a 388 se-
ries for Beaman's and Mary Har-
rison bowling high for the Strik-
ers with a 476 series. Good bowl-
ing, Mary.
Standings: W. L.
Amison's 22 10
Whitfield Strikers -- 21 11
Jitney Jungle _-- 21 11
West Florida Gas ____ 18/2 13%
Senators 14 18
Pate's 13 19
Rich's 11 21
Beaman's 7% 24%2
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GARDEN CLUB TO MEET
WITH MRS. RALPH NANCE


The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will meet Thursday, Nov. 12 ,at 2
p. m .at the home of Mrs. Ralph
Nance at St. Joe Beach. Co-hostess
is Mrs. Tom Byrd.
The program will be given by
Mrs. Paul Blount and Mrs. Nance.


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FLORIDA FOREST SERVICE
AIDS WOODLAND OWNERS
A recently released report com-
piled by the U. S .Forest Service
in Atlanta shows that Florida For-
est Service Farm Foresters gave
tree farm management advice to
private woodlands owners of 1,-
959,214 acres last year.
Sixty percent of the woodland
acreage in the South involved in
State-County cooperative Forest
Management Programs, was in
Florida.
Florida Farm Foresters assisted
4,600 forest landowners with se-
lective marking of timber, harvest-
ing, planting advice, and market-
ing of their timber. In addition,
the farm foresters gave assistance
with fire protection plans and
other forest management tech-
niques.
The Florida Forest Service em-
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The services of the Farm Forester
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pe rlandowner.

Veterans Service Officer
Visits Here 'Next Friday
Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Jim Weant, Assist-
and State Service Officer of' the
Florida Department of Veterans
Affairs.
Weant will visit this area next
week for the purpose of helping
veterans or their dependents in fil.
ing claims for Compensation Bene-
fits or solving their Insurance prob-
lems. This free service includes as-
sistance to employers of veterans
under the GI Bill, Vocational Train-
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During his visit in this area
Weant may be contacted at the
American Legion Post, Port St. Joe,
Nov. 13, at 8:30 o'clock.

BETA SIGMA PHI CHAPTER
TO CONDUCT CITY CANVASS
Eta Upsilon chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi will be out canvassing
the city of Port St. Joe for the
Gulf Cablevision Co., Friday and
Saturday, November 6th and 7th.
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Support"Your Team

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But above all. .
attend all home games
be a loyal Shark
Booster and help bol-
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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


1964 Fighting Sharks


tl-
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, Al Jerome Barnes, Ray Ramsey, Buddy Smith and Jimmy Goodman.
Cathey, Herbert Smith, Jimmy Cox, Tommy Atchison, Larry Branch,


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THE STAR, Pblt SI. JbO, PI&


I am not a party man. I can-
not believe that any one party
has a monopoly on the best can-
didates for any government
office.
Nor, for that matter, do I be-
lieve that all the best candidates
necessarily share my own per-
sonal political convictions.
But what I do believe, and
believe without qualification, is
that as a responsible American
I must vote ... and vote for the
man I think can do the best job
in the office for which he is
running.
The privilege of casting my
yza or nay is something I do
not take lightly. My vote or
a:ny vote is a serious matter.
To regard it otherwise would
be a betrayal of the ideals of
cur country.
This solemnity with which I
approach the political process
has more than once forced me
to disagree with some whom I
respect the most.
'For example, it seems to me
that General Eisenhower has
unwittingly done considerable
harm both to the principles he
stands for and to the people he
wishes to help.
I remember when the press
turned to him during the Nixon-
Kennedy election and asked
what part of Mr. Nixon's duties
as vice president had originated
with Mr. Nixon himself.
The hesitation and implica-.
tions of the guarded statement,
that finally answered their
question was hardly the sort e-
thing, t sawine votcs to the
Nixon ide.
Similarly; '-when ti. General
recently issued a statement on
the kind of person he thought
the next Republican candidate
ought to be, the statement was
so ambiguous that it hampered
everybody without helping any-
one.
.I humbly suggest that the
General, as a Republican leader
and an indisputably dedicated
American, should "be more
forthright in his statements, so
that no one can misinterpret or
read into them meanings that
are far indeed from -what the
good General intends them to
mean.
Forthrightness and the cour-
age to stand up and speak -out
honestly and without quibbling
are Qualities that draw my deep


I THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1964


.adliration, and in both re-
spects Mr. Goldwater has im-
pressed me mightily. At a time
when politicians are making in-
sincere and often cynical ap-
peals for votes, declaring "war"
on Poverty, promoting a "mon-
ument to Prayer" and turning
out lights in the White House,
and making every conceivable
concession to the labor unions,
it takes fortitude for a man, on
the eve of a convention, to say,
"I am for Civil Rights, as my
record proves, but I canr-. v-.3
for this bill because ."


What the Senator objected to
was that, in his judgment,
much of the bill is unconstitu-
tional,.. unenforceable and a
threat to the civil rights of all
Americans.
Whether you agree with his
stand or not, it would be diffi-
cult not to respect such courage
and integrity. You know and he
knows that what he said could
well be a huge handicap to his
political career. But that didn't
stop him from saying what he
believes.
In my travels both in this
country and abroad, I meet
more and more people who be-
lieve that our nation needs a
leader who .*ap act as they
think an Ame iiean should.
And the miord I travel and
see first hand what's -really
happening, the more I listen to'
the "smart talk" and meaning-
less.;slogans of the'politicians
and the more I agree with those
"who -wish for courage and in-.
tegrity in American.leadership.
'I see pipsqueak countries-with
one- hand reaching out for


American dollars and the other
holding an anti-American
poster.,Name some? Indonesia,
Algeria, Panama ... and that's
only the beginning.
I see American soldiers with
old World War II planes and
equipment in a crucial war
against the' Vietnamese Com-
munists a war that we don't
fight to win because it might
annoy the Red Chinese. When
in Heaven's name are we going
to realize that the Red Chinese
couldn't possibly hate us any
more than they already do now?
And when will we quit pussy-
footing and either fight to win
or get out?
I see U.S. Government offi-
cials in decision-making posts
v.-;ho seem to prefer left-wir.n
"liberalism" to the American
way, and show little hesitation
in extending U.S. aid and en-
couragement to countries that
feel as they do. Russia, they
keep telling us, is really going to
get friendly, if we just don't op-
pose them. But what about the
bugging of our Moscow Em-
bassy with all those hidden mi-
crophones? Non-payment of
U.S. and U.N. debts? Russian
help to countries who must hate
us to get Communistic aid?
-Threats to our planes that
would fly to West Berlin with-
out Russian permission?
Threats to bury us?
I see our government dedi-
cated to a policy of overspend-
ing and in general treating the
taxpayer's hard earned dollars
as if they really did grow on
tries. And I read where Dr.
Heller, a man who did much to
fui their this policy, has resigned
his position as chief economic
advisor to the President, be-
cause he couldn't possibly af-
ord to live on his salary (a
mere $20,000 per year).
Let's face it. Our country's
foreign affairs have been per-
mitted, to deteriorate danger-
ously. What we need now
more than ever before is
'leadership that is courageous
and straight forward leader-
ship that will acknowledge the
grave dangers we face instead
-of trying to- .ull us into a false
sense of secti-ty by pretending
there iisno danger. We simply
cannot risk the wishful senti.
ment of "Let's n.t look at it
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, .
CIRCUIT OF FLOScial Security Disability Payments First Phase of
ANDFORGULF COUNTY. Allowed Only f Unable to Work Dove Season Will
HIGHLAND VIEW WATER AND
SboW thDS ICTf Ga pulf, blic Many people are confused about ment age. ClOSe Saturday
of Florida, Social Security disability payments, Carey said the Social Security
vs Petitioner, according to John V. Carey, Dis- office gets many questions about rALLAHASSEE Hunters are
STATE OF FLORIDA, and the Tax- trict Manager for Social Security the type of evidence of disability morethan a eek inwhich to hunt
payers Property HiOwners and in Panama City. Many seem to required. He explained that it is doves during the firstphasedove
Citizens of the Highland View n pam cly the worker's responsibility to fur- durng the frst phase dove
Water and Sewer District, in- think disability payments are made nish roof of his disability. When season. The first phase dove season
ludingrty non-residenct tso taownin in case of partial or temporary dis- he claims disability payments h closes at sundown November 8.
therein, ability, is given a medical report form towe secaon p ase w open se4
Respondents. Carey pointed out that the dis- be completed by his doctor or by wide at noon November 14 and
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSEcontinuefor sixteen days of hunt-
TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA, ability must be so severe that it a hospital when he has been areat-ontnue o season closes at
THROUGH THE STATE ATTOR. makes a person unable to work. ed. The Social Security Adminis- sundown on November 29
NEY FOR THE FOURTEENTH Too, the disability must be ex tration then reviews the medical sundown The special bear hunts in the
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF SAID pected to last for a long and in- evidence. They also take the dis- Apalachicola and Osceola National
STATE, THE SEVERAL PROP-. Apalachiola and Osceola National
Er'V OWNERS,. TAXPAYERS, definite time or to result in weath. abled worker's education, work ex- Forests close November 7, and the
CITIZENS OF THE STATE OF In addition, the disabled worker perience, and skills into account. Forests close November 7 landth e
kFLOjtIDA AND OF HIGHLAND must have five years Social Se- Free copies of a booklet that ex- special archery hunt onthe Eglin
VIEW WATER AND SEWER curity work credit in the 10 years plains disability requirements in Military reservation closes one-
FLORICT, IULF OUNTNOY before he is disabled. Social Se- detail. are available at your near- half hour after sundown Novem-
FLORIDA, INCLUDING NON:sber- 8.
RESIDENTS OWNING PORPER:-- curity disability checks don't start est Social Security office. The of- er ..
TY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION with the first month of disability. fice for this area is located at 1135 Aciording to A. D. Aldrich, di-
'Hrt;tEIN, AND ALL OTHERS Carey explained that there is a six Harrison Avenue, Panama City, rector, Game andFresh after Fish
RIGHT, TITLE ORINTEREST month waiting period and disabil- Florida, (telephone 763-5331). and the special hunts for bear, and
IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECT- ity payments start with the month hunts t r be
ED BY THE ISSUANCE BY following the six month waiting CARD OF THANKS archery hunts have thus far been
HIGHLAND VIEW WATER AND period. There is no payment for We would like to thank the very successful.
SEWER DISTRICT OF BONDS .
HEREINAFTER MORE PAR- the waiting period. many friends, neighbors, churches
TICULARLY DESCRIBED, OR Like Social Security retirement and merchants for their help and
TO BE AFFECTED IN ANY checks, a disability check is based kindness during the burning of our CLASSIFIED ADS!
You aTHd each of you are hereby on the worker's earnings in past house. May God bless you all. Midget Investments That Yield
required to appear on the 30th day work. Generally, the disability The James Norris Family. Giant Returns!
of November, 1964, at 10:00 o'clock, payment equals what the worker
A. M. before the Circuit Court of would receive if he were retire- SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR!
Gulf County, Florida, at the Court-
house in Wewahitchka, Florida,
and show cause why the prayer of
the Petition filed in the above en- -
titled proceedings should not be 6 .ero-
granted and the bonds therein de-
scribed and the proceedings au-
thorizing the issuance thereof, vali- -
dated and confirmed, said bonds
consisting of One Hundred Twenty-
three Thousand Dollars ($123,-
000.00) Waterworks System Reve-
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maturing serially in the years 1967 6-Q-310 -NOW
through 2004, inclusive, bearing* Heavy-duty molded rubber
interest at not exceeding the legal for the
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Park road. Mr. Kilbourn was di- tendance of the two units. Commerce requested that the THE STAR, Port St. Joe, .orida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1964
rected to obtain an up-dated finan- It has come to my attention that Board advise the Florida Board of
Minutes of The cial report from the State Road one employee has already started Conservation that Gulf County has
Department. Mr. Williams recom- the rumor that my resignation was heretofore agreed to co-sponsor Baby of Local Couple was assigned an admission num-
IIT IN mended that the County consider asked for in Franklin County. I the artificial fishing reef. The
GULF COUNTY COMMISSION lia long range road program to be had hoped that my leaving would Chairman directed the Clerk to Sets 'Record at Benning ber.
financed by a bond issue against be pleasure enough for this em- comply with this request. Hospital officials said approxi-
secondary road funds. ployee, but such is not her nature. The Port St. Joe Junior Cham- FORT BENNING, GA. When mately 1,800 patients are admitted
The Attorney reported that he Although truth is sometimes slow ber of Commerce notified the Tamara McGlockton was born at each month.
Wewahitchka, Florida would be available for this im-now has information that Mr. Ed in its vindication I still prefer it. Board that it has a project assign- Fort Bennin Sunday (Oct 11), she apt. cGlockto is a -37
October 27, 1964. portant project. He stated that he Wright may give the right of way Thank you again for your efforts ment to report the November 3rd became the 60unay (Oct 11), she Capt. McGlockton is an -37
The Board of County Commis- and Senator Tucker went to Wash- across his land on the St. Joseph's toward building an effective public General Election results for each became the 600,000th patient ad- helicopter pilot assigned to the
stones of Guf County Florida Ington seeking federal aid for this Peninsula within the next 10 days. health program. Gulf County precince and asked mitted to Martin Army Hospital 188th Transportation Helicopter
met ths date regular session roet a ht lf nt l5 Dr. Willa Dean Lowery, M.D Sincerely yours, that this Board cooperate in this since the present record system Company, 10th Air Transport Bri-
mwt thesfollowingme rs assured us that Gulf County could Willa Dean Lowery, M.D., project. The Chairman stated that
t e ne matching fund butGulf County Health Officer, apDirector. this Commission will be happy to was inaugurated sometime during grade, lth Air Assault Division.
ent: James GwMcDanel, Chorman,te. o....wuld first have to se- peaked before the Board and read the early 1940os.
Walter Graham, Leo Kennedy, and sure its share of the matching ner letter of resignation, to-wit: Commissioner Graham, Health TheBoard decide tomeet with He and Mrs. McGlockton have
S. C. Player. The Clerk, Sheriff, funds. He said the Governor is October 27, 1964. Commissioner, told the Doctor that the State Road Department at its The daughter of Capt and Mrs. two sons, William H. McGlockton,
Sboupenten very interestedin this park proj. Board of County Commissioners, he and the entire Boardappreciate nextmeeting in Tallahassee. The William H. McGlockton of Rock II, 6, and Michael, 4, and a
and Max W. Kilbourn were also ect and wants to see it rushed into Gulf County, the outstanding service she and Clerk was instructed to request Bluff and Port St. Joe, Fla., Tam- daughter, Tarshia, 2% in addition
present. a reality. He said that if all right Wewahitchwa, Florida. the members of the Health Depart- that Gulf County be assigned time aa tipped Port St. Joe Fla., Tam- 6 pounds, to er, Tarshia, 2, addition
The meeting came to order at of way was available for this proj- Dear Sirs: ment have given the people of at next such meeting. ara tipped the scales at 6 pounds, to Tamara.
6:30 P. M. The attorney opened ect that he believes some stateI I wish to notify you that I have | Gulf County; that the problems The Gulf Coast Electric Cooper- 11 ounces. Capt. Carl M. Marchetti of As-
th.e m .i PJckti so it v lrDefs-.. .. v......... I .-t ui cevu ~. a1,pa tent to the that wc have had in the past have active Inc., presented a sketch Routine in every way, her ar- bury Park, N. J., was the doctor
Mr. A. P. Jackson, Civil Defense money would not come from the residency staff of the Department been won and that this Board has showing the proposed power pole every wa her ar- bury ark N J was the doctor
Director, gave an oral report on third road district, of Obstetrics and Gynecology of had no complains from the public settings on the Sauls Creek county rival caused no flurry until she who delivered Tamara.
the progress of the Gulf County Mr. Tapper reported that he has the University of Pittsburgh Hos- in quite a long time. He then con- road and requested a permit from
Civil Defense program. He stated been working on this project by pitals. I, therefore, submit to you gratulated the Doctor on her new the County to set its poles as per
that the Courthouse has been de- request of members of this Board my resignation as Director of the position and complimented her for sketch. After consideration the
signaled as the Emergency Oper- and that he finds all right of way Gulf County Health Department. contributing her untiring services Clerk was directed to inform said FIDCT BAPDTIT ISU RDT
action Center for Wewahitichka and has not been secured at this time This resignation is to become ef- in performing an outstanding job Cooperative that this Board hereby iFD I DH I AURCH
the north end of the County and and this matter must be -attended fective on or about December 20, as County Health Officer. grants a permit for the power poles
the City Hall is designated for the to before a contract can be let; 1964. Commissioner Kennedy told the to be set on the County right of Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
south end of the County; that the that the State will act as agent for On October 15, 1964, I met with Doctor that he regrets to see her way with the center of the poles
Gulf County survival plan is now Gulf County in condemnation pro- the Franklin County Commission resign and complimented her for to be 48 inches from right of way
out-dated, but it is in the process ceedings but all expense of this and submitted my resignation doing an outstanding job this last line and that the poles may be SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
of being up-dated to comply with proceedings must be charged from that County. On that same year. The Chairman and Commis- placed on either side of said right
the latest Civil Defense regula- against Gulf County. He said that day I notified Mr. McDaniel of this sioner Player concurred, of way, or some on one side and MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
tions. He stated that the citizens he has requested the Park Service action. Upon motion by Commissioner some on the other. EVENING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M.
of Mexico Beach have requested to include in its next budget an To the Chairman and other mem- Graham, seconded by Commission- The following hospital bills were
Civil Defense assistance from Gulf additional $100,000.00, but unless bers of the Board who have joined er Kennedy and unanimously car- approved to be paid when the BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ......--------...... 6:15 P.M.
County due to the fact that they the County is willing to pay its with me to build an effective pub- ried said resignation was accepted, funds are available: PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.
/-are located so far from their Bay part of this project, then we can lic health program for Gulf Coun- The Clerk was directed to re- Calhoun General Hospital, for
County Civil Defense Emergency expect to receive no matching ty, I express my sincere gratitude. quest the State Board of Health to Herman Lightfoot, $75.00. W
Operation Center and recommend- funds. Mr. Tapper said that he To that minority, which for reas- secure a replacement for Dr. Low- University Clinics, Gainesville, Come and Worship God With Us
ed that this request be considered would not make a recommendation ons I cannot understand have tried ery at the earliest date possible. Fla:, for George D. Dowell, $43.00. B
by the Board. He then reported in this matter, to reflect dishonor on me person- The Clerk was instructed to no- The Board authorized its County
that 70people attended the Civil Mr. Williams discussed the pos- ally and cast doubts on my profes- tify Franklin County that Gulf Service Officer to attend a confer-
Defense Conference b hd in Ptort sibility of the County borrowing sional ability, I express my deep- County wishes to continue sharing ence and County Service Officers
t. Joeon ctober 27th and that surplus secondary road funds own est sorrow for the lack of under- a HealthOfficer with thatcounty. meeting on November 5th and 6th FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
it was a very successful meeting. edbyothercounties i th e State standing. Miss Netta Niblack, Chairman, at St. Petersburg Beach. IR MO S URC
The Board thanked Mr. Jackshim to and obligate the 5th and 6th cent u still have much to do in re- Gulf County Library Board, Mrs. The Attorney reported that a Intersection Monument and Constitution
for his report and directed him to gasoline tax to secure the loan guard to personnel before you can Charles S. Davis, Secretary, and meeting has been arranged be-
contase director the Bay County Civil De- ne Boar discussed the cos of hope to get proper return for Mrs. Sam Britt, Mr. Edward Band- tween this Board, its Fiscal Agent REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D. Minister
fense director in an effort to work The Board discussedth cost of monies spent in your public health jough and Mr. C. E. Daniell, mem- and certain Bond Attorneys for the
out a Civil Defense plan for Mex- this project but could not estimate program. I have tried to inspire bers, appeared before the Board purpose of discussing the possible Church School 9:45 A.M.
ico Beach. the cost. honesty and conscientious effort and presented its budget for the methods of financing the new
The Chairman announced that The Chairman stated that in a in work performance. Those who fiscal year beginning October 1, courthouse and jail, but that a date MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Senator George G. Tapper, Repre- meeting with the Governor he in- were doing a good job before I 1964 calling for a total expendi- has not been set at this time due Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
tentative Ben C. Wililams and Mr. formed him that he was not inter- came have continued a fine work ture of $36,164.00 (County funds to pending commitments by the
Jesse V. Stone were invited to at- ested in spending any secondary and have responded to the idea of $15,000.00, Frant funds $19,770.00 Bond Attorneys. The Chairman Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
tend this meeting for the purpose funds on this project because there public service with notable loy- and State funds $1,394.00). After recommended that a work session Bible Stud (Wednesday) 7:30 PM
of. discussing the construction and were too many roads and streets in alty. Those who preferred a social much discussion, there was a mo- be held when a date can be set, Bible Stuy (Wednesday 7:30 P.M.
financing of the St. Joseph's Pen- the County that should be paved club performance of assigned du- tion by Commissioner Graham, sec but that no decision will be made "Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
insula State Park road. with these funds and that he would | ties have continued to try to un- onded by Commissioner Player and until after public hearings are held ___"
Mr. Williams told the Board that not want to sacrifice these needed dermine the entire program. duly carried that said budget be in Port St. Joe on this matter.
in a meeting with the Governor projects. It was agreed by the Some of you believe that all the accepted, approved and ordered. There being no further business
and members of the Road Board, Board that the project now under employees are capable. This is not Said Library Board did then pre- the meeting did then adjourn. You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
they understood that Gulf County secondary resolution should have true and you will never develop an sent a proposed contract between
would not consent to using any of first priority over this or any other effective public health program the Bay County Library Associ- James G. McDaniel, Chairman. *
its secondary road funds for this project. the area where they work. This nation and this Board for the oper- Attest: n A e Ba ttC h r
project and at that time the Gov-I Tne Board then discussed a pos- capability is dramatically reflected action ofa Library service for Gulf George Y. Core, Clerk. L JI Atljl stI lur
ernor announced that other funds sible bond issue to finance the in the difference in the clinic at- County. After much discussion and -
minor alterations, there was a mo-
tion by Commissioner Kennedy, Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
seconded by Commissioner Player
and duly carried that this Board SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
execute the contract and forward Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
same to Mrs Jane Patton, Libra-
rian, Northwest Regional Library, EVENING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M.
Panama City, Florida. BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ----------- 6:15 P.M.
Commissioner Player questioned PRAYERs SVRVCE (Wednesday) r- 7:30 P.M.
the Road Department as to when P Y C (W ea73 .
repairs can be made on the boat A I l
ramp at the St. Joe Canal that was VISITORS ALWAYS W ELCOME
damaged by the County dragline.
The Road Superintendent said this REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
work should be completed within Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fh. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1964

missiles from the Cuban island.


Proclamation

American Education Week is
scheduled to be observed thru-
out the state and nation during
the week of November 8-14,
1964. I am most pleased to note
that the Florida Education As-
sociation, in cooperation with
the Florida Congress of Parents
and Teachers, the American Le-
gion. the State Department of
Education, and the National.
Education Association is invit-
ing our community along with
others to make this observance a
highly i-if' t, one on behalf
of our children, their schools,
and our country.
The fact that enlightened citi-
zens are successfully maintain-
ing our American democratic
government and simultaneously
are keeping up with new knowl-
edge and the demands of rapid-
ly changing times is reflected in
this year's theme, "Education
Pays Dividends."
Now ,therefore, I, Frank Han-
non, Mayor of Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, do hereby proclaim the
week of November 8-14, 1964, as
American Education Week, and
do urge all citizens to join with
our teachers and school officials
in appropriate American Educa-
tion Week ceremonies.

FRANK HANNON,
Mayor.


The Sharks snowed improvement
in their offensive game during the
last half with the passing combina-;
tion of Craig to Junior Nichols
picking up chunks of yardage.
Charles Zimmerman and David
Dickey sparked the line play to3
contain Blountstown through the
middle positions.


ei otvU o iice, n. ovP, Griffin
received a phone call Sunday
morning from the North Port St.
Joe area, of a suspicious acting
man in the area and he began the
hunt for the man. Griffin saw the
man go into the swampy area and
secured the aid of area citizens,
Deputy Sheriff Wayne White and


Highway Patrolman Ken "'.i
Last Home Game in capturing the escapee.
The Sharks play their last home At the time Griffin didn't know
game tonight, when they play host the man was an escaped mental
to the Bonifay Blue Devils. The patient, but attempts to approach
Blue Devils are on their way to a the man caused him to run.
championship in the Panhandle After the man's capture in thick
Conference. IlI. Blue Devils have swamps, it was learned that he
won over (. .. .II. Cottondale had escaped from the mental hos-
and ( |,.,.,I ..... I,., tied Vernon pital in Chattahoochee on Saturday
and Crcstview and lost to ( I,,' ., and had ridden the Analachi'ola


FALL MEANS FLU 1
Throughout the nation, the approach of the winter months means
that flu season is almost here. Now is the time to protect your
health and that of your loved ones. Make sure that "See Doctor for
Flu Shots" tops your list of things to do during the days ahead. To
forget could mean unnecessary illness in your family this winter.
Influenza is a common malady, but it can bd serious. During the
flu outbreak of 1962-1963, for instance, 57,000 deaths in this country
were attributed to the disease or its complications. In 1957, the
total was 62,000. ,
The U.S. Surgeon General's Advisory Committee on Immuniza.
tion Practice recently recommended the reception of flu shots this
year. It reported that such Immunization provides "considerable-
protection" (60-80 percent) against the virus-caused disease. Flu
shots, the committee pointed out,.are especially important to per-
sons over 45. and those suffering from chronic illnesses, such as
heart trouble, lung and respiratory ailments, diabetes, etc.
Flu vaccine, as many studies have shown, can literally multiply
your chances of remaining well. Make a note now to take advantage
of flu Immunization. Remember, Fall Means Flu'


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Lion's Project Minister Speaks to
(Continued Fromn Page 1) .
''., d i(,w" an's Club
sity of Florida Ii. i f- dairies- Kiw i
ville, and to the Florida Lions Eye
Bank District 35-A Inc., Miami. Gil .. a former big league
The eye bank at (;.. .i i'.- is baseball player turned Baptist min-
operated at the J, II'0,. i'll.. sister, spoke to the Kiwanis Club
Ieatlth Center in ii oi city in con- Tuesday at their regular dinner
jitletion with the Division of Oph- meeting.
thiahlology, College of -.. ..' ', Barron, a former second base-
University of Florida. The Florida man for the Los Angeles Dodgers,
Lions Eye Bank District 35-A was used the parable of the good sa-1
established by the Lions of that inaritan in the New Testament to
district and is operated in con- describe the condition and needs
junction with the Bascom-Palmer of men today.
Eye Institute, a part of the College Barron described many men of
of Medicine. University of Miami, today as the one who robbed and
in that city. A great number of bear, the traveler-hunting some-
leading hospitals throughout Flor- thing for ...', Others are as
ida are .,it.1i i.. with these eye the righteous man who passed the
banks and maintain branch banks wounded traveler by- -not wishing
in connection with and under the to get involved with our fellow
supervision of the main eye banks. man's problems and worries.
Through the services of these The speaker compared life's
eye banks, hundreds of blind Flor- greatest need and life's greatest
ida citizens have had their sight satisfaction with the one who help-
fully restored or substantially im- ed the wounded traveler--one who


proved by operations to replace offers his services to his brother.
damaged corneas. Guests of the C ,h. were Keyettes
The Florida Lions Foundation Betty Hammond and Fran Gunn
for the Blind renders services to J. L. Baumgartner of Panama City
any blind and visually impaired and Rev. John Carmichael of Do-
person if there is a need and there than, Alabama.
are no other resources .1' .eli''
These are some of the outstanding
services on which funds are ex-
pended: eye treatment and sur-
gery; glasses and artificial eyes;
co-sponsorship of medical eye clin-
ics in local areas when these are i 6 6
essential for adequate eye care;
and glaucoma detection clinics.
Other general services for the blind
and visually handicapped such as
gift radios to shut-in blind; white
cane walking sticks; drugs; x-rays,
transportation; recreation and en- I
tertainment and dozens of other g
similar services for the blind are IV S
performed by the local Lions Clubs :IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
in their communities. GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
No one wants to be blind; so let's -IN CHANCERY,.
work together to prevent blind- DEPlaiSKntiff,PPER,
ness. To participate in the Florida vs.
Lions Foundation Drive contact CONNIE C. SKIPPER.
any local Lions Club member. Defendant.
DIVORCE
NOTICE -TO: CONNIE C. SKIPPER
whose last known address is 2137
Kaunmualii Street,-Honolulu, Ha

V 1 0 On or before the 7th day of De
S._.:-.l'., O.D., 1964, the defendant
'. .: C. .i, !.-. is required to
f- serve upon Hon. Cecil G. Costin
,+;iWt~i- "- Jr., Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad
S' S dress is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St
'.-' with the Clerk of said Court, the
S1' 'original of an answer to the Bill of
^ _.. 'Complaint filed against her herein.
i= WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka
Gulf County, Florida, this 4th day
', of November, A.D,. 1964.
-' (CICUIT COURT TSEAL)
GEORGE 7Y. CORE,
Gulf Coun-v, Florida 11-5


--THE STAR-
"Your Home Town Newspaper
and Printers"


A AD,


FOR SALE: In White City. House FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- OPPORTUNITY: To have money in
[ with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living. room house e. Convenient to your pocket before Christmas!
room, den, dining room and two school and town. Phone 227-8536 Call Avon Cosmetics at '1il.l, .. .
, kitchens. 2 acres of land with big after 5:00 p.m. .385-1818 or write Mrs. Dorothy
[concrete block barn. Water soft- Martin, Avon Manager, P. 0. Box
enter and deep well. See Mrs. G. O RENT: 2 bedroom front cot- 3345, MSS, Tallahassee.
S. Croxton or call 227-7816, te age with large porch. On St.
r Joe Bcach. $35.00 week. Phone WANTED: R '.., .;..' dealer in
FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bedroom 648-3472' tfe-7-16! Gulf County or Port St. Joe.
masonry home. Located on Mar- OOM FOR RENT: Call John W. iMemphRweigh, Dept TA i 3,
vin Ave. Phone 227-2336. tfc-11-5 Brown. Phone 227-8541. tfc-7-16 -em .... n ._ I'"'
I.. ... .......--.........-FOR SALE: 14' boat, 15 horse Gale
FOR SALE: Lots at Beacon Hill. FOR RENT: Fu'rnished or unfur- r S nd truler. $450. See Ga
So cheap ..'. I think you stole nished 2 bedroom house near T Ivey at Pates' Shell Service. tf
them. Phone 227-7571 or see A. V. school. Contact E. W. Beaman, y at' SeSice. fe
Bateman. 4tp-11-5 Phone 227-2541. tfc-11-5: ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house. FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished every Wednesday night. 8 p.m.
Hardwood n.... built in electric apartment. 1505 Monument Ave- "'-rish House. 3i9q, 6th appliances, built in heating system, nue. Phone 227-7421. tfc-10-1 "' Joe, Fla Phone 229-3 16d fo
chain link fence. 2 years eld. For i information or wn p
information ncall 227-8341. tfc-22 FOR RENT: Apartment. Bedroom, her information or wrie P. o.
OR.... RENT: ..2 -living room, dining room. Phone .
FOR SALE OR RENT: 2 bedroom 227-8305 or write p. o. box 386. tf
concrete block dwelling. Palm -- WOOD WORKS -Screen doors,
Blvd. Call Ce&ii G. Costin, 227- FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom fur- picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
4311. tfc-10-12 nished and one 3-bedroom fur- sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
i nished houses at Beach, 2-bedroom Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
FOR RENT dr SALE: 2 bedroom furnished, 2-bedroom unfurnished NG? Your MAYFLOWER
duplex on Palm Blvd. Single and 1-bedroom furnished houses in MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
...,_iii;, for sale, 2 bedroom. Easy Port St. Joe. Enquire at Smith's man is as near as your t-,.'lihu.:.
'terms. i..- a; cost only. Also du- Pharmacy, Phone '227-5111. tfc al 227-2011, SURPLS fr kL't .s
plex for sale on 10th Street. Pur- OF ST. JOE, across from the Post
ehaser'may assume mortgage. Easy FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart. Office. Local and Long Distance
terms. l-ll PeTil G Costin, Jr. ment. Couple only. 1621 Monu. Moving. Free Estimates.
rent Ave. Phone 227-7641 or 227-
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un- 3201. tfe R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60 J ( h t No 56 R M
furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60 'OR SALE: Office machine ribbons 1st and 3rd Mondayls. All 1itIi'
month. Inquire Jim Mapes, 648- for all popular machines. $1.00 companions welcome.
- 3840. tfe-10-1 'The Star. Phone 227-3161. JOE EVANS, lb:;h Priest
JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary
FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bedroom FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet in ex-I
furnished apartment on 12th St. cellent condition. Can see-at 120 THERE WILL Bi: a regular com-
Call 227-4261 days or 648-4600 eve- Bellamy Circle. Phone 9-1711. Itp munication u Purl St Joe lzod!e
hNo .111, F. & A evr'e *i.'.t
,nings and nigts.5 FOR SALEi 1962 model 52-10 Mag- and third Thuin day at '8 0 pm.
FOR RENT: Business property on rnolia mobil home. 11 baths, 2
Highway 98. With living quarters bedrooms, all ., .-., built in.
Sconeeted. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6 Will s>l at current wholeslee val-
; ue Phone 648-3580, after 6. 2tpI N. G. MARTN, W M.
h. L, BURGE, ceretary
OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper,
rag content bond, all sizes. On- WI,.LIS V. ROWAN, POST rii,
W A N T E iinskin, manuscript covers, carbon THIE AMERICAN LEGIO:N, m E,-
2 or 3 SEDROOM HOUSE paper, clips, fasteners, file folders. in meond and fourthI \'wu y
Unlurnished or partially for the office. The Star, nights, 8:00 p t. American L.rusn
furnished 227-3161. Home
SEE SUCK ALEXANDER FOR SALE: Legal ruled pads. 25c SEPTiC TANKS pumped out. Cfll
Each. The Star. 227-3161. Buford Griffin, phone 229 ."


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points for th Tigers to lead t "We are all proud of the won- a The club attendance chairman,
haointsime for the Tigers. to lead at erful program of achievement of The Port St. Joe Rotary Club Joe Mira, announced an attendance
half-time. 19 to 0. Helene Fr,:; ." said President interesting film at their contest for the month of Novem-
After a iI.-.- first half, the Leonard Benner of Seattle, .-r viewed an interesting fm at their
Sharks began to move in the see- "The splendid work in the fields meeting last Thursday. ber. Two teams were selected to
ond half, but continued to meet' of communal, social, cultural, re- The -.i 1 Defense produced film, battle it out for the most nearly
with disaster when they would get ligious "nd ;i..;.1 service, shown "One Day In October" was showed perfect attendance for the month.
into scoring position. F.rnit. :-. cost in the records of our state chain- to the club, Team captains are Wayne Ashley
the Sharks the ball twice while pions indicates the true value of The film depicts the prepared, and Lawrence Bissett.
only a few yards away from the our cosmetologists as citizens in ness of the nation to meet the mi
goal line. An intercepted pass the building of better citizenship sile threat from Cuba in 1962 and Gests of the club were Colonel
stalled another Shark drive that and a greater service." the need for Civil Defense that Goud, and Randall Richards and
was getting near pay dirt. The fourth Annual Community might have been if Russia hadn't Jerry Swann of Port St. Joe High
The Shar dLeadership Award Pogram of the heeded the warning to remove the School.
The Sharks defense was tighter National Hairdressers and Cosme-
also in the last half, :,.ltn.,, down' tologists Association will be held -.
the Tiger's pass weapon better next spring.
than the first period. In the third 'rs. Ferris is a member of N. H.
period, the Ti- p scored their first C. A. Aff. No. 6. Panama City, Fla.
points by running. Quarterback
7, -,ne ., sneake-d over from a.' "'
the one yard line. The extra point e
was good.
The Tigers last score came onEF
one of the wackiest plays seen this
year. A Tiger guard penetrated the 0
Shark line as quarterback Bob, a. I Hopia
Craig was handing off the ball to t i
the runner. Tiger guard Don Brace- City police and county deputies a-'
well sneaked between Craig and aided by the Florida Highway Pa
halfback A l stole the hand trol. recaptured an escaped men-
off and ran 30 yards for a touch- tal patient this past Sunday after-
down. noon.
Port St. Joe's lone touchdown The escapee, a Negro man in
came in the final period, with Bob his mid-40's was captured late Sun-
Craig catching an Al Cathey pass day afternoon in the Chicken
for a five yard gain over the goal House Branch area near the North
line. city limits of Port St. Joe.
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