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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port forff1ie Atalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1964
Gulf Library Asks
In Paying Rental
Three members of the Gulf
County Library Committee, Miss
Netta Niblack, chairman, Mrs.
Charles Davis, Secretary and Em-
mette Daniell, appeared before the
City Curmrmission Tuesday night
asking for financial aid in the li-
Miss Niblack, acting as :spokes-
man for the gr=ap, asked the City
to help the Library Board in paying
rent for a library building. Miss
Niblack said: tfht the Board had
located two buildings that could be
xented in Port St. Joe for $100.00
per month, each. But she pointed
(out that a building must be rented
in Wewahitchka as -well as Port
$St. Joe. The Library Budget has
'$2,896 in an item Ithat would have
to be used for rentals, equipment,
and supplies for both libraries.
She said This fund would not pro-
vide enough money and asked the
City to absorbb part of the library
"Commissioner Coldewey pointed
out' that the County Commission
had been asked if money was bud-
geted for rent and other expenses
:At 'the 'inception of the program,
and that no definite budget items
-were known :at thdt time. A subse-
quent budget adopted by the Coun-
ty had no items to pay rent -from
and the Library Board is trying to
do-from their "equipment and sup-
Several locations were suggested
to the Library Board by the 'om-
'mission, for investigation. The City
withheld any action on the matter
until the Board could examine the
locations suggested and ascertain
'their 'specific 'needs.
Miss Niblack told the Board that
the Library was ready to get start-
ied witi operations as soon as a
-bukding could be located.
Decorations Going Up
Christmas decorations are going up in Port St. Joe this week
in preparation for the Christmas season. Shown above is the city
(crew.placing a large wreath at the intersection of Fourth Street and
Reid Avenue. The decorations are in preparation for the annual visit
(of Santa' Claus during the big Christmas parade, on Saturday, De-
cember 5. Sponsors of the parade are the Port St. Joe Jaycees, who
are currently lining up float entries for the parade. Big cash prizes
,are given, each year to the float winners.
This particular Christmas decoration shown going up in the
picture above is something new this year. The same type Christmas
wreath is, at the intersections of Third and Second Streets on Reid
Avenue in.addition to other new decorative items. It is the practice
of the City to acd a few new decorations each year. (- photo)
Sharks lose To Quincy Tigers, 34-19;
Play In Apalachicola Friday Night
Contract Is Let tOr Port St. Joe had its last chance yards out. Past President and member of
Dryeding At State Park at a conference victory last Friday The Sharks had two passes in- the board of directors of Gulf
A r night in Quincy, but lost their op- tercepted by the Tigers at crucial Coast Electric Cooperative, Inc.;
The State Park Service let a portunity with a 34-19 defeat at times. lifetime honorary director of the
contract to the Bloodworth Dredg- the hands of the Tigers. The Tigers had a 14 point bulge Florida Cattlemen's Association,
ing Company of Apalachicola this Joel Embry and Neal Davis car-' over the Sharks at half time and Masons, Shriners, Rotary, and was
-week for dredging in Eagle Har- ried the load for the Tigers, scor- came back in the third period to a Deacon in the First Baptist
bor at the St. Joseph Park site. ing two times each and picking up get 14 more and looked as if they Church.
The contract was in the amount of 240 of Quincy's 300 yards gained. would shut the Sharks out. He is survived by his widow,
$8,000.00. The Sharks hung in the game In the last period, the Sharks be- Sarah G. Morgan, of Wewahitchka.
The dredging will provide boat however, and gained 280 yards on gan to click and picked up 19 Active pallbearers were mem-
basin facilities for the state park the Tiger defense, 135 of these via points, utilizing an on-side kick to bers of the board of Deacons of the
which is being constructed on some the pass route, with Bob Craig good advantage. Goodman's kick First Baptist Church. Comforter
700 acres of land on St. Joseph throwing to Al Cathey. The two was recovered by the Sharks and Funeral Home was in charge of ar-
Peninsula. picked up two touchdowns on their' was pushed down the field for a rangements.
---- -I(K passes for the night, and Cathey touchdown. ____
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR1 ran the third TD over from 13 Norton Kilbourn, David Dickey,
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY /
It seems that -work is progressing, however slowly, on the se-
curing of a road in the St. Joseph's Peninsula State Park. The me-
thod of financing is understandably a problem, since guestimates
put the cost of the proposed road anywhere from $500,000 to $700,-
000. This isn't hay, any way you look at it. '
But as much of a problem as securing financing for the road is,
we believe it is necessary for the growth of the area. And because
of this need, we believe the problem will be solved.
This isn't just a park for the local citizenry. It is, in itself,
another industry for Gulf County. Park Service records show that
such parks attract many people and create a very substantial econ-
omic boost for the area in which they are located. We can use the
boost in economy.
We see where the Gulf County Library Board has already run
into financial difficulties, before they even get started.
Enough money for rental purposes has not been provided for
in-the budget. And it will present very much of a problem to have
a library without anyplace to put it. It would seem that such a
necessary item as housing would be given top priority in such an
undertaking, but such was not the case. It must be pointed out that
the County Commission, nor the Gulf County Library Board set the
library budget. This was outlined by the State Library Board.
The thing that has us puzzled is what will Gulf County do two
Federal matching funds make a library possible now. But af-
ter two years, the federal funds will be no more. State matching
funds are at a very minimum. The county can levy only one mill for
library purposes which brings in approximately $15,000 a year.
Two years hence, after paying salaries in a Port St. Joe and Wewa-
hitchka library and operating a Bookmobile, how much (if any)
money is going to be left to pay rent, buy books, supplies, etc?
We predict that in two years, Gulf County's library will strangle
from lack of money unless some long, hard looking to the future
is done now preferably before we put any money into the
City Hires Engineer Firm To
Study Water, Sewer Needs
In Assault Case
In Attempt To Halt Shortage of
Water During Extreme Dry Spells
The Star Will Be
A Day Early With
Next Week's Paper
Next Thursday is Thanksgiving
Day. And we, like you, plan to
observe the annual holiday with
a large famhily-type dinner and
a day off from our labors.
We also expect the Post Office
Department to take a day off on
the day they ordinarily deliver
The Star to your home.
Because of our .desires for this
day and our expectations con-
cerning the Post Office activi-
ties, we will get the jump on
everybody next week and go to
press a day bbrly-then into the
mails a day 6arly. this will also
mean that you will get your copy
of The Star a day early if
all goes well!.
Because of the advanced press
date and because of the rush of
getting something special ready
for you for the following week,
we must have copy a little early
next week. We are going to start
working on the paper, in spurts,
on Saturday nhd finish up Tues-
We know w6 will hve. your co-
Last Rites H bd for
C. L. Morgan I Wewa
ices for C. L. (Captain Charlie) Mor-
gan, 74, of Wewahitchka, who died
Saturday, were held Monday at
2:30 p. m. (CST) in the First Bap-
tist Church of Wewahitchka, with
the Rev. W. J. Runnells officiating,
assisted by Rev. G. T. Hinton.
Burial was in Jehu Cemetery.
Mr. Morgan had lived in Wewa-
hitchka since shortly after World
War I and bad served as mayor
several times-. ie was also a found-
er and director of Security Federal
Savings and Loan Association of
Panama City; director of the Chil-
ren'sH T-Tnrme Snritv nf lonrida.
water supply is no problem
with more than adequate supply
available at all times.
A Mr. Borden was representing
Smith and Gillespie and was giv-
ing the City some information on
his firm making a survey of the
water situation in the city and a
jury for the trial study of the sewer system. liams submitted his resignation to
Borden's first impression of the the City Board yesterday. Wil-
Tap A T City's problem was an observation liams has been the City Auditor
Tapper Appointed To that the treatment plant had only and Clerk in Port St. Joe for the
State Road Committee an 80,000 gallon storage tank for past two and. a half years.,
finished water. "This will go in Williams has accepted a position
Senator George G. Tapper of two hours on a dry, hot day" he as finance director for the City of
Port St. Joe was notified yesterday said. Borden said that the plant Titusville.
by James Cannon of Hernando 'heeds enough storage capacity so Williams resignation becomes ef-
County, president of the Florida that it can operate all the time. fective on December 4.
Senate, that he had been appoint- Present limited storage causes the In his letter to the Commission,
ed to the Legislative Council Corn- plant to shut down without provid- Williams stated, "I would like to
mrttee on Roads and Highways. ing an adequate backlog of treated take this opportunity to thank each
Tapper also served on this com water to meet the peak demand in and every Commissioner for the
n.ittee during a previous, term in dry, hot days. outstanding cooperation that I
the Florida Senate. He served as Borden said the plant was built have received from the Board dur-
chairman of the committee also, for and will operate on a 24 hour ing my tenure of office. I hope
and was chairman of the commit- basis with only eight to 10 man and feel sure that whoever re-
tee when the present highway code hours of on the job attention. "But places me will receive the same
Ws v written in :1955 tSf[eM! plant u, have somewhere tu LcoU-piaon "
Teens to Help Cerebral Palsy Victims
With "Thanksgiving Hop" Nov. 27
Teenagers in Port St. Joe will
follow the Thanksgiving celebra-
tion with a celebration of their
own-a "Thanksgiving Hop" on Fri-
day, November 27, at Centennial
Building. The "Thanksgiving Hop"
is part of a nationwide effort in
which thousands of teenagers in
more than 50 cities in the United
selling artist here and a local teen- U. C. P. Teen Events. She said:
ager will have an opportunity to 'It gives me great pleasure to take
talk with the celebrity. an active part in an event in which
Joanie Sommers is the 1964-65 our young people show their con-
Honorary National Chairman for (Continued On Page 10)
States will take part for the bene-
fit of United Cerebral Palsy's serv-
ice. educ/*a tioAn and^ resarca/h rmo-
unarles Zimmerman and uaviw Beach ire Uepnartnet .... ....... .-
Young were outstanding for the ac Fir eprtn grams. Dances will be held ,simul-
Sharks oni defense, with Craig and Plans Turkey Shoot taneously in cities from California
Cathey providing the Shark offen- to Florida.
sive punch."' -" The Mexico Beach Volunteer Fire The chairman for lthe" local
Tomorrow's Game Department will sponsor a turkey "Thanksgiving Hop" is Larry Park-
Tomorrow night, an improved shoot at Mexico Beach Saturday, er, son of Mrs. T. E. Parker, Sr.
Shark squad will go to Apalachi- November 21 beginning at 12:00 Master of ceremonies for the
cola for a second meeting this year noon. The site of the turkey shoot event here is Bill Vervacke. High-
with the Franklin county Sharks. will be,marked to make it easy to, light of the evening here as well as
This game is a split gate affair, find. in other cities will be a telephone
with both schools getting an equal Mexico Beach fire chief, John call from a top teenage recording
share of the gate receipts. Kramer, says proceeds from the artist. Joanie Sommers, Frankie
Everyone is urged to go to Apa- turkey shoot will go to purchase Avalon, Lesley Gore, Jack Jones,
lachicola tomorrow night to sup- equipment for the newly organized Brenda Lee and Bobby Rydell are
port the home team in one of its fire fighting company. among the singing stars who will
hottest rivalry games of any sea- make calls to "Thanksgiving Hops."
son. Read and Use the Classifieds Bill Vervacke will interview the
Post Office Asking Patrons to
Begin Their Christmas Mailing
The Christmas 'rush" brings a next day delivery under these con- that came into being with the Zon
very old quote to mind: "Neither editions. ing Improvement Plan (ZIP). Post-
snow nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom "Why," you may ask, "does the master Costin is urging everyone
of night stays these couriers frompostmaster bring -this up?" to use the five digit numbers be-
the swift completion of their ap.
pointed rounds." This was said by "Simply to let people know that cause in most cases the code cuts
the Greek historian Herodotus in there is a factor that we just can't down the number of times a piece
the Fifth Century B. C. but it still control, the weather," Postmaster: of mail must be handled. This
is true of the postal service. Costin said. "It is important that saves time, labor and money.
However, Postmaster Chauncey people mailing Christmas cards He suggests that if you don't
Costin recently added a thought, and gifts make every effort to shop know the code for the addresses
"While it is true that bad weather early and mail early to assure on- of the people to whom you will be
doesn't stop the mails, it certainly time delivery. This is especially sending cards and gifts, you should
can slow them down." true during the Christmas rush use the code on your return ad-
He mentioned that planes can't when an ever increasing avalanche dress. And you should record the
get off the ground, switches on of mail moves through the postal codes from return addresses of
railroad tracks can freeze up and system." those who are writing to you. The
trucks move more slowly and cau- The Post Office Department has postmaster said that shopping
tiously over highways. And, in several new tools to use in this early, mailing early and using ZIP
many places, mailmen might wish year's mail services The most im- Codes will really put ZIP into your
for the warmth of an igloo. Even portant is the new ZIP Code and Christmas mailings and give
the impish Mr. ZIP can't assure transportation distribution system your mailman a hand too.
Presents Check to Lions
Horace O'Shields of Panama City, director of the Dale Carne-
gie Courses in this area is shown above presenting a check for
$460.00 to Lions Club president, Charles Norton on last Monday.
The check is payment for the Lions participation in lining up the
students for presentation of a Dale Carnegie course here in Port St.
Joe. The money will be used by the Lions in their sight conserva-
tion work. (- photo)
I M Y TALKS-Let5s keep
ft where we caj speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants
A representative of the Smith put its production capacity".
Three Port St. Joe men were ac- and Gillespie Engineers firm of It has been the idea of the City
quite in Circuit Court held in Jacksonville met with the City Board that additional filtering beds
Wewahitchka last Thursday and Commission Tuesday night to dis-
Friday. cuss changes to the water treat- Borden offered, to up production, but
The three men, Earl McCormick, ment plant to make it more pro- present beds are adequate and that
Frank Gargus and Jimmy Williams ductive and to study needs for im- the present beds are solvadequate and without
had been charged with aggravated provement of the sewage disposal the problem can be solved wixpenditurethout
assault against the person of E. system. a m The Board voted to secure the
E. McClain on May 23. The talks with Smith and Gil- services of the engineering firm to
Judge W. L. Fitzpatrick ruled lespie were generated by several study the water system and rocem-
that the charges against McCor. instances during the past summer mend a course of action and also
mick be dismissed since the state when the demand for water in the to go over the sewer system and
failed to prove that he was at the city was greater than the capacity make recommendations in this
scene at the time of the alleged of the treatment plant. area.
e s up -n po larea.
J. B. Williams Resigns
City Clerk Position
City Auditor and Clerk J. B. Wil-
After a trial that lasted for ap-
proximately five hours, the jury
deliberated for about 10 minutes
and rendered a verdict of not guil-
ty against Williams and Gargus.
All day Thursday and part of
Friday was spent in choosing a
WE WILL B'E CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY! OPEN ALL DAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY!
HAVE A A
'/ \Reynolds Heavy Duty
WA" PWRAP 25' roll 57c
Kellogg's for Stuffing
-' CROUTETTES -- 7 oz. 35c
wDole Crushed, Chunk, Tidbit, No. 211
P'APPLE 3 cans 69c
MILK-- 3 tall cans 39c
UP FOR A BIG
1 Lb. Pkg.
Tubby Junior Snowflake
COCONUT 14 oz. bag 39c
Queen Ann Diced Fruit
CAKE MIX 1 lb. pkg. 49c
.CHERRIES 1 lb. pkg. 99c
Georgia Grade "A
EGGS __ 2 doz. $100
Diamond Med. Size
WALNUTS 1 lb. bag 49c
BRAZIL NUTS ---- 1 lb. bag 39c
USDA Good Mature Beef
ONE LB. ROLL
USDA Good Mature Beef
BLADE CUT POTIND
We Also Have Wilson's
Swift Premium 10 to 16 L]
BUTTERBALL' T U R
en/ i The Perffect Mate for Every Mate!
S ray j OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY
LIMIT: TWO CANS AT THIS PRICE!
McKenzie Whole Kernel
24 Ounce c
Poly Bag 29 c
PUMPKIN OR MINCE MEAT
Sunny Tennessee Frozen
PACKAGE 39 c
CUSTOMER'S CHOICE OF ONE CAN OF SHORTENING AT THIS
LOW PRICE WITH $5.00 OR MORE ORDER,
300 S& GREEN STAMPS WITH SPECIALS and
300 S&H GREEN STAMPS COUPON BELOW
Lustre Creme, Reg. & Soft
99c plus F.E.T.
5 Lb. Bag
at Reg. Low Price
at Reg. Low Price
3 oz. size 60c
oz. Ritz Frozen Sweet
Reg. Low Price
3 Lb. Pkg.
Reg. Low Price
Hunt's Tomato 20 Oz. Bottles
CATSUP -------4 bottles 99c
Hunt's Whole Sliced
2V2 can 29c
WE GIVE S&H STAMPS!
CHASE and SANBORN
ONE POUND CAN
LIMIT: One Can With $5.00 or More Orde
A 4-PIECE PLACE SETTING
NO COUPONS TO SAVE! Each Time You Visit Piggly Wiggly you are Entitled
to Buy One or More 4-Piece Place Settings and Companion Pieces of This Beau-
tiful Dinnerware at Tremendous Savings!
Med. or Hard
Hunt's Tomato, N6. 300 Cans
SAUCE 2 cans 39c
Del Monte Tiny
PEAS 303 can 37c
WE GIVE S&H STAMPS!
Ballard or Pillsbury, 8 oz. cans Nabisco Ideal Choc. Peanut
BISCUITS ------ 6 cans 49c BARS 11 Y oz. cello 45c
Plymouth Nabisco Chocolate
MAYONNAISE qt. jar 49c PINWHEELS -----12 oz. 45c
ROBIN HOOD, Plain or Self Rising
5 POUND BAG
7 BIG DAYS!
NOV. 18 THRU NOV. 25
We Give Valuable
Jack & Beanstalk
3 cans 99c
I ,, I ~- I I I- "I II I -
THi ITAR, Port St. Job, Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1964
The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors
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:CALL BEAMAN O
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Contract Work A Specialty
Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures
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TWOi EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS TO SERVE YOU
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1107 GARRISON AVE.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -----
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ....
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
DENVER D. SKIPPER,
CONNIE C. SKIPPER,
NOTICE TO: CONNIE C. SKIPPER
whose last known address is 2137
Kaumualii Street, Honolulu, Ha-
On or before the 7th day of De-
cember, O.D., 1964, the defendant,
Connie C. Skipper, is required to
serve upon Hon. Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
dress is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, a copy of and file
with the Clerk of said Court, the
original of an answer to the Bill of
Complaint filed against her herein.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 4th day
of November, A.D., 1964.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk, Circuit Court 4t
Gulf Cuunty, Florida 11-5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
HIGHLAND VIEW WATER AND
SEWER DISTRICT, a public
body of the County of Gulf, State
STATE OF FLORIDA, and the Tax-
payers, Property Owners and
Citizens of the Highland View
Water and Sewer District, in-
cluding non-residents owning
property or subject to taxation
Almond Apple Sauce Bread
For Brunch with Sausage and Fruit
vi. .. ,' *.
The brown loaf emerges from the oven breathing of ap-
ples because there's canned apple sauce in the batter. The
apple sauce also helps insure freshness that lasts for days.
Cooled, it knifes down in compact slices thick with ground
nuts. Each bite tastes of apples, of almonds, and of the honest
goodness of- the bread itself.
For a Sunday brunch you might slice it thin and serve
with tiny hot savory sausage patties, along with mixed
frozen fruits and sour cream. It's an imaginative combina-
tion of flavors and foods that will delight ... a real "con-
For youngsters after school, cut thick slab slices spread
generously with butter.
2 cups flour '/2 teaspoon cinnamon'
% cup sugar /2 teaspoon cardamon
3 teaspoons baking powder 1 can (5-ounces) diced toasted
1 teaspoon salt almonds
I/2 teaspoon baking soda 1 egg, beaten
1 cup canned apple sauce
3 tablespoons melted shortening
Combine and sift dry ingredients. Reserve 3 tablespoons
almonds; stir remainder into flour mixture. Combine egg and
apple sauce; stir in melted shortening. Combine the 2 mix-
tures and stir just until dry ingredients are moist. (Do not
overmix or try to beat smooth.) Pour batter into a greased
9" x 5" x 3" loaf pan, or into 2' greased 7%" x 4V4" x 21/4"
loaf pans. Sprinkle reserved almonds over batter. Bake in
a moderate oven, 350 degrees, 1 hour or until done. Makes
1 or 2 loaves.
therein, Respondents. WELFARE WORKERS CARRY
R nOldFish Hatchery
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE IDENTIFICATION CARDS
TOHR GH THE STATEATE OF FTTOR-IDA, Welfare workers carry identifi- Site To Be Recreation,
NEY FOR THE FOURTEENTH Ication cards at all times. Any per- Public Camping Area
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF SAIDson who Public Cam ping Area
STATE, THE SEVERAL PROP- son who represents the welfare
ERTY OWNERS, TAXPAYERS, department has an up-to-date offi- TALLAHASSEE Three new
CITIZENS OF THE STATE OF cial identification card from the fish management areas, one new
VIEW WATER AND SEWER State of Florida Department of wildlife management area and one
DISTRICT, GULF COUNTY, Public Welfare. The card bears the wildlife sanctuary were establish-
FLORIDA, INCLUDING NON-,
RESIDENTS OWNING PORPER-' state seal, official signatures, and ed at the meeting of the Game and
TY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION a card number Fresh Water Fish Commission in
THEREIN, AND ALL OTHERSa n
HAVING OR CLAIMING ANY The welfare department issues Tampa November 6. The new fish
RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST this notice periodically to warn management areas are George Lake
IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECT- in Putnam County, Lake Moon in
ED BY THE ISSUANCE BY against unscrupulous swindlers P utna m County a nd Campbell Lake
HIGHLAND VIEW WATER AND who occasionally take advantage of in Walton County; the and Campbell Lake
SEWER DISTRICT OF BONDS eo imersonatin an alton ounty the new wildlife
HEREINAFTER MORE PAR- le by impersonating a welfare management area is the Telogia
TICULARLY DESCRIBED, OR worker. Liberty and Gadsden
TO BE AFFECTED IN ANY reek area in Liberty and Gadsden
WAY THEREBY:grneadt bo nd thri Counties; the wildlife sanctuary is
You andHE you granteard anhered the bonds therein de- a- four hundred acre public recre-
required to appear on the 30th day thorizing the issuance thereof, vali- action area in Brevard County.
of November, 1964, at 10:00 o'clock, dated and confirmed, said bonds At the meeting the Commission
Gulf County, Florida, at the Court of insisting of One Hundred Twenty- established fishing regulations for
Gulf County, Florida, at the Courthree Thousand Dollars ($123,-
house in Wewahitchka, Florida, 000.00) Waterworks System Reve- Lake Lorna Doone in Orange
and show cause why the prayer of nue Bonds, dated October 1, 1964, County, a fish management area
tit ion filedins the auldboven maturing serially in the years 1967 that was scheduled to open in May
titled proceedings should not ie through 2004, inclusive, hearing of 1965 but due to the rapid growth
interest at not exceeding the legal of i the ae was on No-
rate, payable semi-annually, a more of fish, the area was opened No-
particular description of said bonds vember 10. The regulations will'
being contained in the Petition allow fishermen to take a daily
Sfiled iON this oc EED at We-bag limit of six bass and ten chan-
O NE AND ORDERED at We- .
wahitchka, Florida, this 2nd day nel catfish plus thirty-five panfish.
of November, 1964. Trotlines and bush hooks will be
/s/ W. L. FITZPATRICK, prohibited.
I of NoJudge of the Circuit Court
of the Fourteenth Judicial The Commisison also approved
Circuit of Florida, in and an exchange of property at the
Sfor Gulf County. Wewahitchka Fish Hatchery. The
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN
In Re: Estate of
J. 0. BAGGETT,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
J. 0. Baggett, deceased, are hereby
notified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against said estate in the of-
fice of the County Judge'of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
six (6) calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this
Notice. Each claim or demand
must be in writing and must state
the place of residence and post of-
fice address of the claimant and
must be sworn to by the claimant,
his agent, or his attorney, or it
will become void according to law.
November 14, 1964.
/s/ ALMA BAGGETT,
Administratrix of the
estate of J. 0. Baggett,
old hatchery site will be used as
a public recreation and camping
area under management by the
Wewahitchka Development Com-
In other action the Commission
discussed and approved a proposal
for the 1965 Schlitz fishing derby y
and fish tagging program; approv-
ed a draft for a new Commission
employees handbook and law en-
forcement manual; established a
policy concerning the operation of
Commission aircraft; and reviewed
and rescinded previous action to
purchase communication equip-
According to A. D. Aldrich, Com-
mission director, the meeting at
Tampa was very successful and a
number of sportsmen representing
hunters and archery interests ap-
peared before the Commission re-
garding the wildlife population
within the Citrus and Ocala Wild-
life Management Areas.
s& :a:: fn t p:: ce
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See them aT
SurtiF E R ham The mock assault on the beaches
CurtisE. Rhames of Southern Spain was staged by
.Visiting- urope Marines of the Second Marine Di-
vision, Second Marine Aircraft
STEEL PIKE (FHTNC)-Marine Wing and Force Troops, Fleet Ma-
Corporal Curtis E. Rhames, son of rine Force, Atlantic, along with a
orporl urtis E R s o battalion of Spanish Marines.
Mrs. Thelma P. Rhames of First "Steel Pike" showed the ability
St., Highland View, Port St. Joe, of the U. S. and Allied amphibious
Fla., is visiting ports in the Euro- forces to rapidly transport large
pean area following participation numbers of troops and all their
in the largest amphibious combat equipment, get them ashore and
training exercise in the Atlantic maintain them for as long as nec-
training exercise in the Atlanticessary. It also trained the forces
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Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, 0.0, Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
Evening WorshiR 7:30 P.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AM.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION--------6:15 P.M.
PRAYER SSERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
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Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1964
Engagement of Miss Linda Earnestine
Tharpe and Harold Busby Keels Told
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tharpe, Sr., announce 'the engagement
and approaching marriage of their daughter, Linda Earnestine,
to Harold Busby Keels, son of Mr. and Mrs .Grady Keels, all of
Port St. Joe ...- -
The wedding will be an event of November 28, 1964 at 7:00
p.m., in the First Baptist Church.
All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend.
LOUISE SPARKMAN CIRCLE JAYCEETTES HOLD MEET t Jo ph L FIRST BAPTIST CIRCLE 1
MET MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9 AT ST. JOE MOTEL St. Joseph Library HOLDS NOVEMBER MEET
The Louise Sparkman Circle of The Port St. Joe Jayceettes met IS Now Year Old Circle No. 1 of the First Baptist,
the Long Avenue Baptist W. M. U. 'Monday night at the St. Joe Motel. W earW. M. W. met Monday in the home
met at the church Monday night, Final plans for the Thanksgiving In celebration of the first anni- of Mrs. W. D. Dare for their No-
November 9th. Progressive Supper were an- e vember meeting.
The meeting was opened by Mrs. nounced. versary of Saint Joseph's Children's After brief business session and
Joe Parrott with the call to prayer, A heartwarming letter was read Library, the time has been extend- reports were made, the meeting
and Mrs. John Hanson with the by Mrs. Hulan Mitchell from the ed to November 22nd, that anyone was in charge of Program Chair-
opening prayer. Jayceettes' adopted child at the can return over-due books without man, Mrs. Emmett Daniels. She
,An interesting program on Ko- Sunland Training Center. being charged the fine. was assisted by Mrs. Marshall, Mrs.
rea was presented by the follow The nominating committee gave The library, located on Eighth Blockburn and Mrs. Macomber in
ing: Mrs. David Jenkins, Mrs. John their report on the forthcoming of- Street, is open on Tuesdays, Thurs- bringing a most interesting topic,
Hanson, Mrs. Danny Maddox, Mrs. ficers for next year. days and Fridays from 4 to 5 p.m. "Worshipping Through Interces-
Joe Parrott, Mrs. Russell Goolsby Mrs. Jimmy Costin led the pro- "I Went to the Animal Fair," sory Prayer," and just what can be
and Mrs. Joe Fortner. gram for the evening with every- Grades 1-3. A charming collection accomplished by a band of dedi-
Other members present: Mrs. one participate in the creating of animal poems for very young cated Christian people when they
Other members present: Mrs. one participating children which is made all the all join in prayer for a certain
Charles Marshall, Mrs. Theo John- of a Christmas tree ornament. children which is made all the all join in prayer for a certain
son and Mrs. Billy Norris. Pie and coffee were served to more enjoyable by some highly goal. We are told to pray without
One new member, Mrs. Jay the group by the hostesses, Mrs. original and humorous drawings ceasing.
Crockrell, was welcomed. Harry Tison and Mrs. Hulon Mitch- by a popular Italian artist. Many There were eight members and
Mrs. David Jenkins closed the ell. old favorites such as The Animal two visitors present, Mrs. Fannie
meeting with prayer, and delicious' The December meeting will not Store, The Owl and the Pussycat, Herring of Malone, Florida, and
refreshments were served by Mrs. be a business one, but a pleasure- A Cat May Look at a King, and Mrs. Burger of Atlanta, Ga.
Theo Johnson and Mrs. John Han- some one. All Jayceettes will meet rogs at School. Hostess served pumpkin pie and
son. at the hospital where they will all "Children of Green Knowe," coffee.
join in on the decoration of a tree Grades 4-6. The boy called Tolly
for one of the waiting areas and finds his great grandmother's enwald Junior College L
FIRST BAPTIST W. M. U. then on to Mrs. Ashley Costin's for house swimming in the winter Rosenwald Junior College Ls
CIRCLE 2 MET MONDAY refreshments. This meeting will be floods like an ark and must land Acepting Loan Applications
Circle 2 of the W. M. U. of the December 14th, so all Jayceettes at the front door in a boat. Before Applications for National' De-
First Baptist Church met Monday keep this date open. long he has made friends with fense Student Loans are being ac-
afternoon at 3 o'clock in the home three children who lived in the cepted 'by Rosenwald Junior Col-
of Mrs. E. C. Cason with eight CIRCLE 3 OFFIRSTBAPTIST 17th century and who seem to still lege, Panama City, Florida, for the
of Mrs. E. C Cason with eight CIRCLE 3 OF FIRST BAPTIST inhabit the house. A distinguished spring semester, and interested
with Members and two visitors present, MET WITH MRS. AYERS piece of writing and a fantasy students who are planning to' at-
President, and Mrs. Sarah Smith, Circle 3 of the First Baptist. which has won much critical ac- tend the college for the spring
Mission Study Chairman, and with Church met on Monday afternoon claim, semester should submit applica-
Circle Chairman, Mrs. C. D. Spears, with Mrs. H. F. Ayers. The prayer "Inside the Atom," Grades 7-8. tions as early as possible.
presiding. The Program Chairman, chairman, Mrs. Ayers, opened the A respected science writer tells the According to college officials,
Mrs. E. C. Cason, and all present meeting with prayer. ~-. stoiy behind the most awesome dis- admission forms and applications
brought the program from the The meeting was then turned cover of all time. Discusses, for National Defense Student
Royal Service Magazine on "Wor- over to Mrs'-,Toin Mitchell, pro- among other things, atomic nuclei, Loans may be secured from the of-
ship Through Intercessory'Prayer." gram chaitmaj !TTakiAg part in the -isotopes, radio-activity, atom- fice of the dean-registrar."
The Prayer Chairman, Mrs. T. E. program were Mrs;: J. F. Daniells,'esmashing machines, atomic dang- No loan can be processed until
Parker, Sr., closed the program Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomery, Mrs. ers, and atomic hope. Asimov is all admission papers have been re-
with prayer for the missionaries Roy Irwin and Mrs. E. H. Vanland- remarkably easy to understand, turned and the applicant lias been
on the Prayer Calendar. ingham. The program was taken accepted as a full-time student by
After business session, the circle from the Royal Service Magazine. the college.
chairman dismissed with prayer, A short business session followed CLASSIFIED ADS! All loan applications-for the
after which all ten ladies present after which the hostess served de- spring semester must be'returned
enjoyed the social hour, being licious refreshments to those pres- Midget Investments That Yield to the Committee on Scholarships
served by Mrs. Cason's grand- ent. Returns and Loans by December 1.
daughters, Misses Donna and Di- Mrs. Tom Mitchell dismissed the Giant Returns!
anne Maddox. meeting with prayer. THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, November 23
Fresh sausage, buttered potatoes,
field peas, cabbage slaw, apricots,
white bread and butter, milk.
Tuesday, Nov. 24-Thanksgiving
Baked turkey and dressing, gib-
let gravy, snap beans, spiced apple
rings, oatmeal cookies, rolls and
Wednesday, November 25
Egg salad, potato sticks, English
peas, sliced tomatoes, prunes, white
bread and butter, milk.
Port St. Joe High School
Monday, November 23
Spaghetti and meat sauce, cheese
wedge, cole slaw, cake, peaches,
milk, bread and butter.
Tuesday, November 24
Roast turkey, dressing, cranberry
sauce, English peas, green salad,
holiday fruit cup, rolls, butter and
Wednesday, November 25
Evaluation day Wednesday af-
ternoon. No lunch will be served.
Worship this week-
and put your Faith
to work j
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NAews 'Dayton Logue Talks
STo Rotary Club
Bowling Dayton Logue of Panama City, an
attorney and public office holder
MERCHANTS'BOWLING LEAGUE who has changed his political af-
There was some outstanding filiation to the Republican party,
bowling at the lanes on Monday addressed the Rotary Club last
night. High series for the night Thursday to define a "Conserva-
went to Joe Richards with a 578. tive".
He was followed closely by Ralph Logue asked the question, "Just
Ward with a 576 and Troy Gay where do we 'as conservatives go
with a 569. High game was rolled from here?" He observed that to
by "Big Al" Jensen with a 231. be successful these days one must
Ralph Ward was second here also "be a Democrat, live in the city
with a 221. and have "Bear" Bryant coach
Lanes 1 and 2 saw Richards youi football team".
Raiders, behind, the redhot bowl-
ing of Richards and Ward, take The speaker said that a conser-
three points from Michigan Chemi I ence of man, preservation of the
cal and climb into a second place prince of privateiownership as
tie with Vitro. Michigan Chemical inci of private e ownersates
received fine bowling from an rights and government fiscal re-
and Sumner with series of 517 and sponsibility.
Over on lanes 3 and 4, St. Joe The speaker reminded the Ro-
Lanes, with a good balanced attack, tarians that the Constitution was
was winning three points from drawn up by the 13 colonies as a
Scott's Strikers. Led by Nelson and grant of authoritative power. The
Norwood they vaulted from sixth powers outlined in the Constitution
to fourth in the standings. Scoft's were "given" to the federal gov-
Strikers was headed by Captain ernment to encompass those areas
Scott himself, with a fine 517 se- not reserved for the state govern-
ries. ments. He also explained that the
13 Mile Oyster Co. and Vitro 14th Amendment was passed to
Services were matched up on lanesI preserve the rights of the people
5 and 6. Vitro took the first two against encroachment by the states
games and was ready to take over since the Constitution already for-
first place, put Big Al did not go bid the encroachment on the peo-
along with this. So he proceeded to pie's rights by the federal govern-
roll his 231 game and in the proc- ment.
ess took two points. The split in. The speaker offered the opin-
points kept them in first place. ion ,hat the conservatives must
Troy Gay led Vitro with his 569 offer 'an affirmative program for
series. utilizipg conservative ideals in or-
Captain Scott's post-game com- der't.. make themselves felt in the
ment, "How'd ya'll do? We drop- p0-c-y of the U. S.
ped three." Guests of the club were Lloyd
SPope, and John Hanson, both of
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR Port,St. Joe.
Aztec Indians Practiced
This is the third of a series of
articles distributed by the -Port
St. Joe Rotary Club in conjunc-
tion with the. club-sponsored
Dental Health Program. This pro-
gram is financed by the pro-
ceeds from- the Annual Charity
Ball which will be held this year
on Saturday, December 5, in the
with jtay,aiallet and.,a plunger.
, In 1855;Pg.l'lRobert A. Arthur dis-
covered that gold foil when slight-
ly heated, and thenpcooled could
be welded with ease. The discovery
of the cohesive properties of gold
was a big step in the development
of the profession.
In 1872 the treadle operated den-
TV Cable Service
James Avant, president of the
newly organized and franchised
Gulf Cable-Vision Corporation told
the Kiwanis Club Tuesday that his
company plans to bring snow-free
television reception from all three
television networks within the next
three months. Avant said that his
concern could guarantee perfect
-pivtures from all three networks
80' of the time and a perfect
picture from one network possibly
100-- of the time.
Avan said hatsaid that TV stations put
out a bounce and a ground signal
in their transmission. Ordinary sets
pick up the ground signal, which
pick ti p all types of interference.
Aant'. company plans to put an
antenna tower 200 feet into the
air and pick up the bounce signal
% which will be free from interfer-
ence Avant said that this type of'
cable television installation has
proven successful in several fringe
area- throughout the United States.
Port St. Joe is in the fringe area
for all television reception except
Channel 7 in Panama City.
The speaker said that his com-
pany will lay 63,000 feet of main
cable and 100,000 feet of feeder
cable underground in Port St. Joe
to serve their customers.
The installation will allow tele-
vision viewing without the aid of
.the individual house antenna and
will be laid completely under-
ground to lessen interference to
a minimum. '
Guests of the club Tuesday were
Connie Jackson and Barbara Mar-
_tin of the Keyette Club and Al Ca-
they and David Henderson of the
kTE 9TAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THULDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1964
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. FTorida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTOFFICE BOx 308
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
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The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word Is tLoughtfu]"-
wpighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly o
.i-r'es. The spoken word is lost; th? printed word remains.
Jaycees Honor Ruth Lawrence Circle
Prospects Saturday Meets With Mrs. Parker
The Ruth Lawrence Circle of
Last Saturday, the Port St. Joe the First Methodist WSCS met
Jaycees held a breakfast at the Monday morning, November 16 in
St. Joe Motel for a group of pros- the home of Mrs. M. L. Parker
pective Jaycees. I "Attending Church With Grati-
After being welcomed to the tude" was the devotional given by
breakfast by Jaycee president, Joe Mrs. Paul Blount.
Parrott, the directors explained to Mrs. J. L. Temple read Proverbs
the group, some of the Jaycee pro- 31, and the program, "A Look At
jects which are undertaken each Ourselves As Christian Women"
year by the Club. as rendered by Mrs. Paul Blount.
Some of the projects include:. Mrs. W. D. J6nes conducted a
annual Christma.s Parade (coming short business'meeting.
up on Saturday, December 5), The hostess served refreshments
Teenage Driving Rodeo, Little to Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr., Mrs. Hu.
Girls Softball, Bicycle Safety Pro- bert Richards Mrs. Paul Blounf,
gram,. Christmas ,Tree Sales, Hal- Mrs. J. L. Temple, Mrs. J. La.ar
lowe'en Candy Sales, Fishing Reef Miller, Mrs. W. D. Jones and Mrs.
Project,. Teacher Reception, Toys J' B Griffith.
for Tots and Community Develop- WSSe beneeting was closed with the
- t- WSCS benediction.
Centennial Building. tal drill was invented. In 1877 the RACE TRACK FUNDS BEING
An ifiteresting, if useless, appli- hydraulic chair appeared. These in- SENT TO FLORIDA COUNTIES Directors of the Jaycees who
cation of the dental art was prac- ventions, along with the develop- TALLAHASSEE State Comp- risen, John Howard, Robert Ned-
ticed by the ancient Aztec and meant of inexpensive amalgam fill-
Mayan Indians. In both Mexico ing materials eventually made it troler Ray E. Green reported to- ley, Tom Ford, Bob Freeman and
and South America many skulls economically possible for the aver- day checks for $39,000 are being Hulon Mitchell.
have been found in which the front age man to have his teeth repaired. mailed to each ofthe 67 counties I Prospective Jaycees attending
teeth were inlaid with small discs Today, modern techniques, high- as their share of the first payment the breakfast were: Clifford San-
of gold, jade and other gems. Since speed drills and harmless pain kill- of therace track tax fund for the born, Bobby Brown, Allen Scott,
there is no evidence that these ers and other space age equipment current fiscal period. Wesley Atkins, Norris Daniels,
people practised restorative den- have eliminated most of the dis- Green said the payment is $5,000 Ruel Whitehurst, Waylon Graham,
tistry this work must have been comfort attendant to a trip to the more than each county received Bob Phillips, Benny Roberts, Ray
for decorative purposes. dentist. However, a conscientious for the same period last year. The Lawrence, Bill Quarles, Ferrell Al-
Down through the ages men routine of brushing and dental tax produced the largest return to len, Temple Watson, Dave Rich,
have attempted to fill the cavities care will make most of those trips the counties last year when total Ken Hurlbut, Jr., Bill Rich, Ernest
in defective teeth with various unnecessary payments reached $234,000. Thursday and Tony Barbee.
resins, cements, cork, leather and
wood. Pierre Fauchard (1678-1768), CIRCLE NO. 4 OF THE FIRST
the French dentist who is known BAPTIST CHURCH MEETS
as the father of modern dentistry,
experimented with many materials Circle No. 4 of the First Baptist
including gold leaf, lead and tin Church met in the home of Mrs.
foils. Eventually, when the process Lonnie Bell with ten'members pres-
of cavity preparation was develop- ent and one new member, Mrs.
ed successful fillings were made Ethel Holliday.
with gold and other metals. Mrs. J. D. Davis, Circle chairman,
Gold leaf was widely used by opened the .meeting by giving a
early American dentists and by the talk on Worship Through Interces-
year 1812, a firm in Hartford spe- sory Prayer. Several scriptures
cialized in making gold leaf for the were read by members. Taking part
dental trade. Having a tooth filled in the program were: Mrs. Wilder,
in those days was a heroic measure Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Bell, Mrs. Gar-
that few cared to endure. Generally rett, Mrs. Durant. Other members
the patient was securely tied and attending were Mrs. J. J. Larimore,
the decayed portion removed with Mrs. Belin, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Daugh-
small chisels and scrapers. The re- tery. The meeting was closed with
suiting: hole, properly undercut, prayer.
was then filled with pellets of gold The hostess served. refreshments
leaf carefully, tamped into place to all present. :
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1964 are prone to turn yellow and the
tip end of the branches die. This
is usually due to a zinc deficiency.
Florida Garden Notes.. the immediate cure. Follow this by
an application of zinc sulfate to
the soil for long-range benefits.
By Hervey Sharpe, Editor, Florida with an exotic taste. For additional help in, growing
Agricultural Extension Service Until the researcher discovers an persimmons, onntact your county
Some gardeners hint that the ideal persimmon for Florida, it's a persimmons, contact your county
Some gardeners hint that the good idea to plant the variety that agricultural agent.
persimmon is better known as the thrives in your locality. For this
kissing fruit. I information contact either the Public Fiel
At least its "puckeryness" is sug- county agent or a local nursery- PU DHc Dov e 'ield
gestive, they say. man. d
So in case the young swains de- December is the ideal month to See Good Hunting
sire to make scientific tests, the set persimmon trees. If you are
ancient Chinese fruit is ripening thinking of adding this fruit tree PANAMA CITY-Dove hunters
now. If the cultivated varieties fail, to your dooryard planting, place in northwest Florida enjoyed some
then results are guaranteed with your order with a nurseryman now excellent shooting on Game Com-
the wild persimmon. so that he can make delivery next mission public dove fields during
Aside from the amorous tenden- month. If you already have per- i
cies, the persimmon has long been summon trees, then consider this the early phase of the season which
a popular dooryard fruit. The gen- fruit tree as a possible Christmas ended November 8. A total of 5,162
eric name Diospyros literally gift for a gardener friend, birds were bagged on the four pub-
means "food of the gods." This Culture lic fields in this section of the
prestige began eons ago in China Persimmons do best upon light- L field s the
and Japan. oer soils which are well drained, state. Leading field was the Apa-
The flavor of the fruit is excel- You are in luck if your property licola field which yielded 2,636 of
lent. It is a concentrated food be- has a good sub-soil containing some the small, winged grey ghosts.
cause all of the sugar is quick en- clay. However, clay is not abso- The second phase of the season
ergy producing dextrose. However, lutely essential, began on November 14 and runs
native and most Oriental persim- Persimmons like full sunlight through November 29. The Com-
mons are astringent-puckery-un- and ample "elbow room." So, the mission is operating three public
til fully ripe. planting site should be an open fields during this season; the Point
To help nature eliminate the as- space no closer than 20 feet from Washington Management Area
tringency, the Orientals packed the nearest tree canopy. field, the fields at Apalachee Man-
firm, mature fruit in freshly emp- If the planting site is a lawn agement Area, and the fields at
tied beer kegs for 10 to 15 days. area, practice clean cultivation Apalachee Correctional Institute.
Some gardeners have tried this around the trunk of the tree. In The field at Point Washington, lo-
method but after drinking the con- chopping out weeds do not dig cated near West Bay, will be open
tents of the kegs forgot why they deeply, as many feeder roots of the on Wednesday, Saturday and Sun-
purchased the kegs. tree grow close to the surface of day afternoons. The fields at Apa-
To be on the safe side, research- the soil. lachee Management Area, located
ers at the University of Florida i tertizer requirements for per- near Sneads, will be open on Tues-
Agricultural Experiment Station simmons are vague. But the trees day, Thursday, Saturday, and Sun-
suggest removing the astringency' seem to thrive on applications of a day afternoons. The fields at Apa-
with a lime solution. They say soak good garden fertilizer mixture con- lachee Correctional Institute, also
the fruit from 2 to 10 days in a training nitrogen, phosphoric acid near Sneads, will be open on Mon-
mixture of one part lime and 10 and potash. A general rule is to day, Wednesday, and Friday after-
parts water. Fruit so treated is apply one pound of plant food per noons whenever a sufficient num-
firm, juicy and non-astringent. year of age of the tree. ber of birds is present to warrant
To overcome the problem of Apply the fertilizer in the spring a shoot. A $5.00 public hunt area
puckeryness, Ralph Sharpe, Uni- about the time the tree starts to permit in addition to a valid hunt-
versity of Florida fruit breeder, is leaf out. If the tree is on sandy ing license is required to hunt all
currently checking on non-astrin- soil, it is a good idea to split the the fields. The permit is also valid
gent varieties adaptable to Florida. plant food application. In this case for taking other species of game
Some fruit under surveillance apply half the fertilizer in the during the regular hunting season
are of excellent eating qualities spring and the other half in the on any Commission game manage-
even in the firm mature stage. One summer after the leaching rains ment area open to hunting. In the
fruit variety when mixed with a have fallen. Third District these are the Black-
fruit salad compliments the palate In some areas persimmon leaves water, Gaskin, Apalachee, Liberty,
Do' d M Don' vised by the Conmmissi.. average size of farm was 445.3
D0 S and Don ts Buy a duck stamp and write your Farm Census NOW acres in 1958, compared with 448.2
name in ink across the face of
Given by Aldrich stamp before hunting ducks or Being Conducted acres ln 1954.
geese. The value of products sold by
TALLAHASSEE A list of Respect the property of others' The 1964 Census of Agriculture the county's farmers in 1959 was
"things to do and remember" for and always ask permission before now being conducted b th $98,789. The value of all crops sold
Florida hunters was issued today crossing fences or hunting on pri- was $41,581. The value of all live-
by A. D. Aldrich, director, Game vate lands. reau of the Census, U. S. Depart- stock and livestock products sold
and Fresh Water Fish Commission. Plug your shotgun to three-shell ment of Commerce, in Gulf County, was $57,208.
In the interest of safety, good capacity, magazine and chamber wil bring up to date farm statis- The 1964 national Census of
sportsmanship, and staying out of combined. tics last collected in 1959. Agriculture is the 18th in a series
trouble, hunters should: Never use full-jacketed or mili- Here are a few of the many facts i which began in 1840. Because of
-yf a e fa tary-style cartridge or .22 calibre recorded in the 1959 farm census the rapid change American agri-
m tain a copy ot aand become rifire cartridges while hunting or for this county: culture has been undergoing in re-
huning rule and regulations taking deer or bear. There were 68 farms in 1959, cent years, Census Bureau officials
ruAlways check hunting area for compared with 98 in 1954. The regard the current census as one
Always handle firearms in such illegal bait and never shoot birds of the most significant ever taken.
a manner that you or other people over baited area. goose, Ross goose, brant, swan, They ask every farmer and rancher
are not endangered. Never hunt turkey with a dog non-game or song birds, Key Deer, to cooperate in compiling an ac-
Obtain the regular ,state hunting and don't hunt or kill a swimming Everglades weasel, alligators, mink, curate record of these changes by
license from a county judge and' deer. Everglades kite, hawk, owl, or filling out the census form he re-
the special hunt area permit in ad- Never carry or use a gun with eagle. Such animals are fully pro- ceives in the mail and holding the
edition to your regular hunting li- a light in the woods or on the tected by law. completed questionnaire until a
cense before entering any of the water at night. Always look before you shoot, census taker calls for it.
wildlife management areas super- Never use artificial light, fire, Aldrich said that there were
net, trap, snare, poison, salt lipk, many more detailed rules and
Leon-Wakulla, and Telogia Creek set guns, or live decoys to hunt or regulations that all hunters must CLASSIFIED ADS!
wildlife management areas. An Air take game animals or birds, follow. Summaries of these rules Midget Investments That Yield
Force permit is required to hunt Remember not to shoot doe or and regulations are available from Giant Returns!
Eglin Field. fawn deer, cub bear, panther, snow the office of all county judges.
3 DAYS ONLY!
The skys no limit...
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Question: "Should I.try to do a wash today?"
You need never be a weather worrier when
your home laundry includes an electric dryerb
How nice to just turn a dial for spanking
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you get only from flameless electric drying
-towels and wash cloths come out thirsty
... deep napped. And you'll appreciate
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This lovely "Touch and Go" umbrella will bel
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an electric dryer 6r washer-dryer combination
before November 30. An $11.50 value to keep
you SINGING IN THE RAIN on washday.
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in This Ad Are Good Through
Sunday, November 22.
St. Joe Furniture won three
games from Glidden as Evelyn e
Smith turned in a nice 555 series. j
She had games of 158-185-212 and t
picked up two splits. Wynell Burke t'
rolled 434. Jean Dennis had a game
of 176. Jean Stoufer was high bowl- 223-25 Monument A
er for Glidden with 432. Joan My-
ers had 405. Julia Morris picked
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1964
Pate's with a 382, with Mary Whit- DAVID ODUM TO BE INITIATED
field (a sub) with a 304 series. Mary INTO SCABBARD AND BLADE 4
Pnrker had a 299 series and Debbie
COMMERCIAL LEAGUE up to 5-8-10 split.
Thursday night, November 12. Florida National Bank w
The Vitro Vipers were lined up games from 13 Mile on lane
against the Coast Guard team from 6. Doris Strickland bowler
Cape San Blas on lanes 3 and 4. series for the Bank. She w
Vitro took the first game by 87 proud as this was her fi
pins. Wayne Ernst came through series in league play. Norm
with a 192 that was decisive in added a 387. Dana Rose
Vitro's win. The second game was, Mile with 435. Donna W;
a run-away with the Vipers cutting 367.
the Coast Guard down with 102 St. Joe Laundry and Con
pins to spare. Danny Maddox had each won two games on
the high score for that game which and 8. Maxine Jensen rolle
was a 178. With two points in their for Comforter's with games
pockets, Vitro proceeded to take 143-155: Elise Rogers added
on the Coast Guard team for the Mary Whitfield was high
third and final game. The outcome for the Laundry with 411.
of the game was not as the Vipers games of 116-146-160. Punk
had supposed it to be. The Coast try had 376.
Guard took the game by 57 pins. Team standings: W.
This was not enough to carry two Comforter's--tandings: W--32
points though, so Vitro ended up Jo Furniture' 29
with a three to one win over the Florida Bankit _--- _21
Coast Guard. Don Nelson's 199 and Florida Bank e's 2
Don Seigler's 172 was not enough Fy e' au2
to overcome the advantage held by GJoedden 19
the Vipers. Danny Maddox was 1G ie 17
high man for the Vipers with a 530 13NedMiley's 17
series and he was followed by Billy
Joe Richards who had a 528. Don LADIES COFFEE LEA
Nelson was high man for the Coast CFE _
Guard with a 524 and he was fol- On lanes 1 and 2 Jitney
lowed by Don Seigler with a 447. took three games frpm Pat
On lanes 5 and 6, Team No. 6 Evelyn Smith being high fo
bowled against St. Joe Natural Gas. Jungle with 498 series witl
St. Joe Natural Gas got off to a of 162-181-155. Lois Faulk v
good start and won the first game wath 336 and Janet Marshall e
by 46 pins. Bob Johnson's 171 was a 336 and anet Marshall
high for the team. Team No. 6 302ney Jungle This threegame wince.
came back in the second game and ney Jungle in first place.
took the point with 45 pins to Mary Alice Lyons was h
spare. The third game was the big
one for both teams. Each one need-
ed it for three points. Wayne Smith
came through with a 209 game to
secure the points for Team No. 6.
With the three points taken from
St. Joe Natural Gas, Team No. 6
defended their first place lead in
the league. Leading Team No. 6
was Wayne Smith with a 527 and
Frankie Scott with a 476. Jim Bea- ts
man had a 475 and Bob Johnson &
had a 404 for St. Joe Natural Gas.
Butler's Club 98 and Costin's cm
were pitted aganist one another on
lanes 7 and 8. Butler's took the first S
game with a shaky 17 points.
Winkle Stern had high score for
the game with a 167. Costin's came
back in the second game and won
it by four pins. John Hanson was
high man with a 159. Going into
the third game, Costin's was trail-
ing Butler's by 13 pins. Ashley Cos-
tin hit 163 in this game anddwith
a little help from the others, they
won enough points to' give them a
shaky second place slot in the
league. Billy Barlow was high man
for Costin's with a 470 series. Jim-
my Costin was runner-up with a
462. Winkie Stern and Otis Jeff-
coat were high men for Butler's.
Sunday afternoon, Vitro took ..
three points from St. Joe Natural
Gas in a make-up game. These Wheel bearings
three points tied Vitro and Costin's should be repay
for second place. However, Vitro miles to avoid
has the highest pinfall so this puts costly repairs.
Costin's down in the third slot.
In first place position is Team
No. 6, leading by 2 wins. Right
on their heels are Vitro and Cos- LOW
tin's, both with 27 wins. In third
place is the Coast Guard team, 9/2 Low
After eleven weeks of bowling, C S,
the Commercial League individual
average is 142. There are six men
who have attended every Thursday
night. Thy are: W. E. Butler and
Vance Rogers (Butler's Club 98),
Ashley Costin (Costin's), Billy Joe
Richards (Vitro Vipers), Jim Bea-
man (St. Joe Natural Gas), and
Robert Montgomery (Team No. 6).
Top three averages go out to Ruel
Whitehurst (189 Costin's), Wayne
Smith (181.- Team No. 6), and Billy ____
Joe Richards (174 Vitro Vipers)
There are four men- who have hit
the 5,000 mark in total pinfall.
They are' Billy Joe Richards (5,763-
Vitro), Wayne Smith (5,440-Team
No. 6), Vance Rogers (5,150-But-
ler's), and Jim Beaman, just under
the wire (5,018 St. Joe Natural
Team Standings: W. L.
Team No. 6 ...---- 292 14
Vitro I 27 27
Costin's 27 17
Cape San Blas ---- 20 24
Butler's 181 25
St. Joe Natural Gas __10 34
GULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE
Faye's Drive-In won four games
over Nedley's Florist last week on
lanes 1 and 2. Sue Moore led the
victors with a 431 series. She had
a high game of 172. Ollie Neel had
426 with a 177 game. Jo Brown
bowled high for Nedley's with 361.
Charlotte Nedley had 349.
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Dates.... 8 oz. 35c
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es 5 and
d a 401
ed a 432
s of 134-
d a 395.
Tankersley had a 263.
Beaman's won three games from
West Florida Gas on lanes 3 and 4
with Loyce Beamon as high bowler
for Beaman's with a 455 series;
with Eleanor Williams next with
a 361, Audrey Tanner a 324 and
Irene Beaman a 285.
Janet King was high for West
Florida Gas with a 434 series, Aline
Abrams a 392, Alice Machen a 355
and Allie McDonald a 315.
On lanes 5 and 6 The Senators
took three games from Whitfield
Strikers with Mildred Kennington
as high bowler for The Senators
with a. 450 series and games of
157-119-174 (real good bowling,
Mildred). Vivian Hardy had a 347
series, Betty Whitehurst a 336 and
Ivy Wilkes a 256.
High bowler for The Strikers
was Mary Brown (a sub) with a
444 series, Ruby Lucas a 415, Jerry
Freeman a 380 and Linda Richard-
son (a sub) with a 337.
Rich's Super Market took three
games from Amison's on lanes 7
and 8 with Jonnia Sykes being high
for Rich's with a 416 series with
games of 128-120-167. Gloria Mor-
gan had a 386, Marie Boone a 285
and Patsy Stores a 285.
Verna Burch was high for Ami-
son's with a 429. Lois Smith had a
395, Christine Lightfoot a 394 and
Ann Whittle a 382.
Standings W. L.
Jitney Jungle --------27 13
E. L. Amison's -----26 14
III I LI1 I L L
ARKADELPHIA, Ark. David
Odum from Port St. Joe will be
formally initiated into the Scab-
bard and Blade Military Society at
Ouachita Baptist College in Arka-
delphia, Arkansas, within the next
David is the son of Rev. and Mrs.
J. C. Odom of Port St. Joe. He is
also a member of Alpha Omega Eta
social club and of the dorm coun-
In order to receive a bid, a cadet
must have a "B" average in ROTC
or have received a Distinguished
Military Student award. Only nine
other students will be initiated
PFC. RUDOLPH W. JULIUS
NOW SERVING IN KOREA
EIGHTH U. S. ARMY, KOREA-
(AHTNC)-Army Pfc. Rudolph W.
Julius, son of Eddie Julius, 120 N.
Garrison, Port St. Joe, Fla., was
assigned to the 44th Artillery in
Korea, October 28.
Julius, a launcher crewman in
Battery C of the 44th Artillery's
4th Missile Battalion, is a 1961
graduate of George Washington
Whitfield Strikers --23 17
West Fla. Gas ---21% 18%
The Senators --------18 21
Rich's 16% 23%
Pate's 15% 24%
Beaman's 11% 28%
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(A Jerry Lewis Production)
j DEL MOORE-KATHLEEN FREEMAN
|1 T iCHLic r| A Paramouni Rerease
Tuesday and Wednesday
(Continued From Page 1)
cern for those less fortunate than
themselves. As a mother of one,
and another due very soon, I have
a sincere interest in the activities
of our young people. I know that
thousands of teenagers are thor-
oughly knowledgeable of world
problems and have a sincere inter-
est in our country and their com-
munity. In helping to combat Cere-
bral Palsy, teenagers are showing
a great concern for their commun-
"The coordinated effort of the
"Thanksgivig Hops" to raise funds
'to help fight this crippler, which
affects 600,000 children and adults,
is an outstanding example of our
teenagers' sense of responsibility
and willingness to' help those that
are less fortunate than themselves.
"This is the third year of our
Thanksgiving Hops. I pray that this
year every teenager turns out for
this exciting and worthwhile
Among cities so far in addition
to Port St. Joe in which teenagers
are holding the "Thanksgiving
Hops" are: New York, N. Y.; Mi-
ami, Florida; Minneapolis, Minne-
sota; Louisville, Kentucky,- Omaha,
Nebraska; Sacramento, California;
Green Bay, Wisconsin, and others.
Mrs. Pauline McGill said, "We
can be proud of the part our local
teenagers are playing in our work
on behalf of the cerebral palsied."
Larry Parker is typical of the
good will of these young people.
Members of the committee who will
serve with him at' the "Thanks-
ing Hop" are: Fran Hannan, Key-
etts; Rex Buzzett, Key Club; Patsy
Prince, Radio Club; Helen Peak,
F. H. A.; Larry Parker, Student
Council; Dianne Dawson, Junior
Tri-Hi-Y; Polly S. Ryle, Senior Tri-
Youth injured In
Not too many years ago
was set up in government
new department with full
nat rank known as "De
ment of Health, Educati
Welfare." In a comparat
short space of time, this
apartment has become a "c
all" for a large share o
weirdiess" and fantastic i
advent of this
w h e n e ver
c r a t o r e m -r .
ployee of a
bureau got too
far out into
left field in
there was al- ri
ways consid- c. W.Hard
ered the possibility of train
ing him over to the Nat
Labor Relations Board.
the Department of Health
ucation & Welfare is ab
The big trouble is no
can be done without mon
Rep. H. R. Gross of
the other day made a
ment which indicates how
ly these things can become
the taxpayer. The p
Health Service, which as
dependent agency perfo
valuable public service,
put under control of this
The Congressman pointe
that in 1946 the Public H
Service received less, th
million dollars for rese
Now, reports Rep. Gross, t
million has grown to $400
lion. Department of He
Education and Welfare
agents trumpet this mon
spent "only for research
S :. '..;,..' Federation of Independent
P.-T. A. Li
The High School PTA book
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continues on -mthrough uthe m
Friday the 13th spelled bad luck of November. Many books
for four Port St. Joe High School been given to the library and
students on their way to Quincy being picked up by the Lib
to the football game last Friday af- Service Committee. If you
ternoon. i books you wish to give to ti
S- F rm FCit We k- IS THE STAR, PaRi4 S; Joe, Fila. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19,1964
N-yFa rnstaity W eek Is
tr BUForIS .Sponsored by S. S. New Scout House Two Cars Collide At
Ki.f ILSON HARDENine years ago the first Farm- s Near Reality Mexico Beach Saturday
City Week was declared by a Presi- The Port St. Joe Rotary Club, Miss Patricia C. Crichton was
there For example, a professor in dential Proclamation, issued so with the help. of the Port St. Joe charged with improper backing as4
ent a the exclusive girls "daisy chain that "those who work on the farms Ci t o h a a the result of an accident on Mexi-
cabi- league" college of Bryn Mawr and those who work in the cities City Commission has acquired a the result of an accident n e-
apart- has been given $48,702 for re- a t w w i co Beach Saturday morning A
on & search on "learning in fish." develop greater understanding of new building for the Boy Scout 2:45 a.m.
lively their mutual problems and inter- Troop No. 47. The building, located According to Patrolman Ken
s de- Undoubtedly, word got to dependence in' a closely knit econ. at Cape San Blas, is a surplus Coast Murphy, Miss Crichton of Watur-'
,atch- somebody that fish are found om"y. Guard building, in -good shape, bury, Conn., was backing onto
)f:.the in schools, so immediately omy.
deas. there developed an insatiable The basic idea here is not to with plumbing and heating equip- highway 98 from a restaurant at
desire to find out what fish give city youngsters a chance to mcnt. Mexico Beach and backed into the
" learn i heir schools, what see what a cow looks like, or farm The building will be, moved' to path of a second auto driven by
\ perhaps whether the level of children a chance to see the inside Port Et. Joe by Johnson's House Loyal A. Daniell of Panama City.
study prepares the lady fish of a factory. Children often get;Movers and placed on the Boy Approximately $1,000 damage
for entrance to Bryn Mawr, these experiences as they go to Scout lot on 10th Street. was inflicted on both autos.
nd perhaps the boy fish for school. The new building will make a
oar'd fish schools are segre- Farm-City Week shows not how much better meeting place for the
Sga ted. farm and city people are different, Scouts in addition to offering a
but how they are alike-how they more pleasing appearance for the
sThn some university profes- share common goals. area in which the Scout buildifiy 6BUtMPER (valwhsA*t*)
der $359,672 for a study on the pro- At the Panama City Social Se- is located. ACRi0 DIEi W oeE
ftiona cess of aging at sea level and curity Office, John V. Carey, Dis- AN-D----L-A E R-HI
wEd, after this more than a third L nDr Cef'ml IOJ-,,
Ed- of a million dollars of Ameri- every day how close these two LionS Donation Drive
e to can taxpayer's money is spent, groups are." The farm and city
startling results will be an- worker enjoy exactly the same pro- Will End Friday
thing nounced. They will probably tection under the Social Security
find many women, either in a
Ssvelte swim suit on the beach, program. The families of both are Port St. Joe Lions Club drive for
Iowa or wearing stretch pants on protected from loss of income donations to the Florida Lions
state- mountain ski slopes, strive to through retirement, disability, or Foundation for the Blind will end
cost- look at least ten years younger death. And although most retire- Friday, November 20, at 5:00 p.m.
public ment plans are based on 65, both At this timp, in front of Costin's
an In- Then there is the case of the men and women who have to stop Department Store, little Miss La- '
armed $11,448 given to a University of work earlier because of unemploy- bor Day, Miss Jolyn Parrott, will e-n-.76
Was Arstizona professor formatin- co ment, ill health, or other reasons draw the lucky receipt for the win- =-----
s de d in echoesinformation" may now receive reduced retire ner of the Winchester Model 1400, You don't need big feet to
ment benefits between age 62 and 12 gauge, automatic shotgun being stamp out a cgarettel
ad out Possibly something g-o-o-d 65. given away by the Lions Club. --
tealth could come of this project. Per- ----
ian 1 haps the professor will be able Other changes in the law, which
arch. to explain why the continual became effective in 1961, made it
the $1 message sent' to .Washington possible for many people to qualify
)mil- "the people want 'government for benefits with less Social Secur-
ealth, to spend less," always seems
press to echo back from Washington ity credit and made it possible for .
ey is saying "the people want gov- many people who continue to work
oh of ernment to spend more." past retirement age to earn more
Busine,, and still collect some Social Se-
Carey stated that occasionally we R
hear this question: "Are there sep-
b a B ook rate Social Security programs for
brary Book farmers and city people?" The an- LETTER HEADS ENVELOPES BILL HEADS
-Y .swer is no. Social Security benefits
B i G i are related to a working person's CIRCULARS FORMS BUSINESS CARDS
W S f *Mearnings, regardless of whether heBOCH R S SOCIETY PRINTING
s g G gains is working in a city job or business, BRO RES-SOCIETYPRINTING
or on a farm. ENGRAVING
drive The Social Security office has
month free booklets describing the bene-
nthave M e Defen e Lab fits you earn under old-age, surviv-
iave ors, and disability insurance. Call THE STAR PUBLISHING CO.
d areIn Research W ork the district office at 1135 Harrison
brary Avenue, Panama City, (telephone Letterpress Printing Offset Printing Office Supplies
have Harold A. Lubnow, of the Navy 763-5331), when you need help on
he li- Social Security matters.
At about, 5:30 p.m. an .autoo- brary, call Mrs. J. Mahon, W. D. Mines Countermeasures station in
bile driven by Richard Carl Shef- Sykes, Dick Lamberson or J. Wil- Panama City, presented dn inter-
fer collided with a second auto- son. testing program to the PorA St. Joe
mobile driven by Charles H. Fort- Early contributors of books or Lions Club on Monday. Lubnow
ner of Wewahitchka, about nine money include 0. C. Hammond,,C. explained to the club the mission
nths of a mile north of Wewa- W. Roberts', W. H. Carr, B: Faliski, of the Mines Countermeasures Sta-
hitchka. J. Falconer, F. Zelichowski, J- tion and the role of imin and tor
According to highway, patrolman Myers, H. Harvey, G. Manz, P. Fen- pedoes in warfare. '
Ten Murphy, Scheffer started to son, M. Major, J. D. Ayers, J. Be-- Lubnow said That while mines
oass the Forther 'automobile and lin, S. Fite, E. Smith, J. Mahon, are one of the oldest known tools
Fortner made a :left turn at the L. Coldewey, C. Comforter, W. D. of naval warfare, their -use and
ame time. -Soleffer hit the rear Sykes, L. Bellows, G. Small, Vitro design today is very sophisticated
of the Fortner machine, left the Services, Glidden Company, Stand- and improved over those used just
right side of the road and traveled ard Oil, Order of Eastern Star, St. a few years ago. Mines'today can
84 feet before coming to a stop. Joe Motor Company and St. Joe "think" and the mission of the
Passengers in Scheffer's car were Li Club.
Passengers J Co er, a an Aen s Club. Mines. Countermeasures Station is
Sonja Jido Cooper, Ima Jean Clubs at the High School have to find ways to make:ines think
and David Horton Miss Cooper made posters advertising the book the wrong thing and explode harm-
was taken to Dr. Canning s office drive. Winner of the poster contest lessly or not at all.
in Wewahitchka where she was will be announced next week. These The station is engaged in the de-
treated for a cut on the forehead posters have been display, this velopment of was to sweep ene-
and an injured ankle. No other in- week in many of the local stores, my mines and develop mines that
urines were sustained with showing the need of books for the will defy sweeping activities for
Fortner' was charged with driv- library.
'ing iinder the influence. lb "a"ry theU. S. ,
The accident was investigated by .. Thesame operations is conduct-
Murphy, pDeputy~ Sheriff Jim Bar-1 '. : ed n the feld of torpedoes also.
field and Wewahitchka Chief of To Spend Thanksgiving The station is experimenting
Field an We'whith Ci o with the use of helicopters as mine
Police, Jack Connell. Miss Celia Creech will leave with the use of helicopters as mine
"Fvrida to ...nd thea rTharnlr'iving sweepers to speed up the operation
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STARholidays with her syster, Kay, at
iAsbury College, Wilmore, Ky.
A-1 FENCE CO.
1308 McClelland Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
SAVE Maago i n
LOW DOWN PAYMENT- LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Written Guarantee on Labor and Materials
RESIDENTIAL or COMMERCIAL
especially in areas of minent at-
tack by amphibious forces.
In a business session, the Lions
voted to donate $25.00 to ,the PTA
I High 'School Library fund in mem-
ory of former Lion W. 0. Howard.
Burning Food in Oven
Brings Out Fire Department
A fire alarm called out the Vol-
unteer Fire Department Tuesday.
Food caught fire in the home of
John Harris, Jr., on the corner of
Avenue G and Hodrick Street. The
fire never spread beyond the oven
of the Harris' range. Only minor
smoke damage resulted from the
FOR SALE: Legal ruled pads. 25c ROOM FOR RENT: Call John W. FOR SALE: 14' boat, 15 horse Gale
each. The Star. 227-3161. Brown. Phone 227-8541. tfc-7-16 motor and trailer. $450. See J.
T. Ivey at Pates' Shell Service. tfc
FOR SALE: In White City. House FOR REN#: Business property on
with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living Highway 98. With living quarters WANTED: Rawleigh dealer in
room, den, dining room and two connected. Phone 229-1361. ,tfc_8-6 Gulf County or Port St. Joe.
kitchens. 2 acres of land with big Write Rawleigh, Dept. FA J 100 3,
concrete block barn. Water soft- FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house,. un- Memphis, Tenn. 4tp-10-22
ener and deep well. See Mrs. G. furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60
S. Croxton or call 227-7816. Itc month. Inquire Jim Mapesj' 648- SPARE TIME INCOME Refilling
FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bedroom 3840. tci0-1 and collecting money from NEW
mTYPE high quality coin operated
masonry home. Located on Mar- FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- dispensers quain this area. Noselling.
vin Ave. Phone 227-2336. tfc-11-5 room h u:s e. Convenient to dispensers in this area. No selling.
school and .town. Phone 227-8536 To qualify you must have car, re-
FOR SALE: Lots at Beacon Hill. after 5:00 pii. ; ferences, $600 to $1900 cash. Seven
So cheap you'll think you stole
them. Phone 227-7571 or see A. V. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot- to twelve hours weekly can net ex-
Bateman. 4tp-11-5 tage with large porch. On St. cellent monthly income. More full
-- Joe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone time. For personal interview write
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house. 648-3472. tfc-7-16 p. 0. Box 4185, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
appliances, built in heatin system, FOR RENT: Furnished or 'unfur- 15202. Include phone number.
chain link fence. 2 years old.-For nished 2 bedroom house near
information neall 227-8341. tfc-22 school. Contact E. W. ,Beaman, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
Phone 227-2541. tfc-11-5 every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
FOR SALE OR RENT: 2 bedroom FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished it Parish House 33u9% 6th St. Port
Blvdconcrete block d Gwelling. Palm apartment. 1505 Monument Ave-St Joe, Fla. Phone 229-334d fo-
4311. tfc-10-12 nue. Phone 227-7421. tfc-10-12 ita her information or write P. 0.
FOR RENT: Apartment. Bedroom, L.,, 535.
FOR RENT or SALE: 2 bedroom living room, dining room. Phone
duplex on Palm Blvd. Single 227-8305 or write p. o. box 386. tf WOOD WORKS Screen doors,
dwelling for sale, 2 bedroom. Easy picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
terms. Closing cost only. Also du- FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom fur- sink made, cabo ordinetsr P, kitcG. Haren
plex for sale on 10th Street. Pur- nished and one 3-bedroom fur- Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
chaser may assume mortgage. Easy nished houses at Beach. 2-bedroom
terr s. 'all Cecil G. Costin, Jr. furnished, 2-bedroom unfurnished MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
and 1-bedroom furnished houses in man is as near as your telephone.
FOR SALE: 4 room cottage at How- Port St. Joe. Enquire at Smith's Call 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES
ard Creek. Large corner lot. Ful- Pharmacy, Phone 227-5111. tfc OF ST. JOE, across from the Post
ly furnished. See Doc Whitfield or' Office. Local and Long Distance
write Guy Jenkins, P. 0. Box 921, FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- Moving. Free Estimates.
Bowling Green, Ky. 2tp ment. Couple only. 1621 Monu-
nent Ave. Phone 227-7641 or 227- R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St
FOR SALE or TRADE: 3 bedroom 3201. tfc Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
house on 2 lots. Cypress paneled, 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
14'x16' bedrooms, large dining, liv- FOR RENT: 3 bedroom well fur- companions welcome.
ing rooms and kitchen, finished nished house at St. Joe Beach. JOE EVANS, High Priest
floors, double garage. See Goober Also 1961 Comet for sale or trade. JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary
Lovett, Cooper's Barbe rShop. 3tp Phone 227-7771. 4tp-11-12
S. THERE WILL BE a regular com.-
CAMP FOR SALE: 1961 55x10 OR SALE: Office machine ribbons munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
Fleetwood trailer, 3 bedroom on for all popular machines. $1.00 No .111, F. & % M.., even first
lot complete with septic tank, 2" The Star. Phone 227-3161. and third Thuisday at 8-90 pMn.
deep well with 1 hp. pump. Has FOR SALE: Built-in (used) Mod- A
dock. Lot has been built up. River ern Maid oven with surface unit.
front, ready to use. On Chipola Ri- In good shape, $50.00. 14' plywood
ver Cutoff. Contact Frank McDon- boat, trailer, 12 horse motor, The N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
ald, Phone 229-4731. 4tc-11-12 whole outfit for $175.00. In good h. L. BURGE, Secretary
FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bedroom shape. Phone 227-4611 or see Bob WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 16,
furnished apartment on 12th St. Ellzey. THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
Call 227-4261 days or 648-4600 eve- OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper ing second and fourth Tucday
nings and nights. tfc-11-5 rag content bond, all sizes. On- nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- ionskin. manuscript covers, carbon Home.
ed fist floor apartment. Phone paper, clips, fasteners, ilefolders. SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
d st floor apartment Phone Everything for the office. The Star, Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
-227-7761. tfc-11-19 227-3161.
OF THE NEW
LELAH G. WAGNER NURSING HOME
3409 W. 19th St. Panama City, Fla.
SUNDAY, NOV. 22
1:30 P. M. 4:00 P. M.
ne 763-3401 Lelahi G. Wagner, Owner