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PORT 8T. JOE, FLORIDA
MONEY TALKS--Lets keep
It where we can speak with It
Dnce In a while-Trade with
your home town merchantal
WALL BLOWS IN-Pactured above left,
Frank Pate, operator of Pate's Shell Ser-
vice Center looks over the mess left on his
floor after an explosion in a room behind
the pictured wall last Friday morning. In
the picture at right, the wall to the sta-
tion's compressor room is shown where the
explosion occurred. The theory was that
gas seepage got into the hollow tile wall
and ignited, blowing up the wall, when the
compressor was turned on Friday morn-
ing. No injuries resulted from the explo-
sion. (Star photo)
St. James To Hear Jacksonville Layman
At Annual Meeting Next Wednesday
Next Wednesday evening the
Parish House will be the locale of __
one of the major assemblies of the Rotary Club Has
-year for St. James Episcopal
Church. Fred G. Jones, of Jackson- Tele ione Talk
ville, will 'be the 'speaker at the
annual covered dish supper held by
the congregation and friends. While those who think of tele-
Mr. Jones has served several phones automatically think of the
Times -as an elected delegate of the Southern Bell Company, over 3,000
Diocese of Florida to the Tri-ennial individual :phone companies oper-
General 'Convention of the Episco- ate in the Continental United
pal Church. In addition, he has ser- States, Bernard Pridgeon, 'Commer-
red as ,Chairman. of Laymen of the cial Manager for the St. Joseph
Diocese and in numerous other Telephone and Telegraph Company
elective and appointive offices in told the Rotary Club last Taursday.
the Diocese and in his home P arish. 1Tmr'| wie ?2 differcat se!l.hone
St. Paul's By-the-Sea at Jackson- firmans in the State 'of Florida alone.
ville Beach. Pridgeon said that while the
During World War II Mr. Jones phone companies are many, they
served in the U. S. Navy on destroy- operate as one in transmitting calls
er escort vessels in both European and keeping the service operating.
amd Pacific theatres. He attended
the College of Engineering 'at the
University of Florida and is mar-
ried to the former Goldie Johnston.
Mrs. Jones is 'well known for her
-leadership in youth and college
work with the Women of the
Church. In business life, Mr. Jones
operates a wholesale jewelry firm.
Messrs Will Ramsey and Roy
Gibson, Jr., co-chairmein, 'of the
Every Member Canvass Committee,
extend a cordial invitation to all
persons interested in Christian
Stewardship to welcome Mr. and
'Mrs. Jones for their visit, and to
share in the covered dish supper
which begins at 7:00 p.m. Wednes-
day, November 14. The Women of
SSt James' arein charge of serv-
The .St. Joe Motor Company an-
nounced the following 'winners in
their annual Punt, Pass and Kick
Contest, sponsored by the Ford Mo-
tor Company. The contest was held
locally last week and directed by
Cary Floore, Elementary School
physical education director.
Seven year class: Mike Rust, 1st
place; John Paul Blount, second,
'and Ed Floore, third.
DEight year class: Jim Belin, first;
Bill Quarles, III, second and Terry
Nine year class: Kenneth Small,
first; Michael Wimberly, second;
Stephen Belin, third.
10 year old class: John Christian,
first; Flip Gentry, second and Den-
nis Atchison, third.
11 year old class: Philip Dean,
first; Davy Maddox, second and
Terry Parrish, third.
Local winners 'will receive warm-
up jackets, football helmets and au-
tographed footballs. The scores of
the local winners will be compared
with area winners for an area win-
ner. This winner and his ,father
will receive all-expense paid trips
to a National Football League game
and will compete during ghalf4ime
to determine the iv etop Eastern
Division winners and five top West-
ern Division winners.
Gulf Casts Large Vote. Elects
Martin, Judge. .
Gulf County, as expected,
remained in the Democratic
fold Tuesday by casting its
vote along the party lines.
The Republican vote was
enough to count, however, as
all Republican candidates on
the ballot received over 100
Even with 'an "off year" election
some 1,6'00 of Gulf County's 3,000
voters went to the polls and cast
their ballots. No local offices had
'opposition so it was up to the Re-
publican opposition of the national
candidates and the controversy de-
veloping in several of the Consti-
tutional Amendments to serve as a
drawing card at the polls.
Pridgeon stPted independent In the race for Senator, George
companies had developed the dial Smathers carried Gulf County with
telephone and that Florida is now
completely dial operated.
Pridgeon showed a movie along
with his talk showing the operation
of changing a phone company over
from 'manual 'to dial operation.
Guests of the club were Merrit
Pope of Panama City and Bill
Ebersole, Rome, Ga.
Colored Man Shot In
Arm During Argument
It would appear that fate is
stacked against Willie McKinnon
a 40 year old colored man of Port
Ing, and the EYC will assist. The T e
S i Two weeks ago McKinnon was
nursery will be open. hospitalized after drinking lye
chased with an orange soda.
Costin Gives Talk On He recovered from that close
Constitutional Amendments shave with death.
Gulf County Representative Ce- Friday night of last week, his
1il G. Costing, Jr., appeared on the number came up again when he
program .of the Kiwanis Club Tues- was shot in the left arm in the
day and gave the club members a Cozy Bar after an argument with
resume of the Constitutional another colored man.
Amendments voted on Tuesday. C. W. Pittman was arrested by
Costin urged all the Kiwanians Chief of Police H. W. Griffin and
who had not voted at Noon Tuesday Deputy Sheriff Jimmy Barfield
to cast their ballots in favor of all and charged with shooting Mc-
of the amendments. Qinnon with a 25 calibre automa-
Costin explained to the club tic pistol.
members 'that in order to get on
the ballot a Constitutional Amend-
ment must make the rounds of com-
mittees in the Legislature and be
the Legislature before it can be Sharks L
brought to the people for voting.
Guests of the club were Alan
Stone of Monticello, Bob Sidwell By WILL 1. RAMSEY
of Port St. Joe and Clifford Wim- The Port St. Joe Sharks suffered
erly, Robert Marlow and Ralph their eighth straight loss of the
Elliot of the Port St. Joe Highseason wth a 34-0 drubbing at the
lSchool.f hands of Bonifay. The slick oper-
Bake Sale Set for
Saturday by Auxiliary
The White City Volunteer Fire
Department Auxiliary will hold a
bake sale on Saturday beginning
at 9:00 a.m.
The 'sale will be held In front of
Rcohe's Furniture and Appliance
Store amnd will feature home baked
cakes and other items.
ating Blue Devil team was in com-
mand all the way. They scored the
second time they got their- hands
on the 'ball with a 52 yard pass play
for the tally. The Sharks had their
only scoring threat in the first quar-
te when Gene Tindel was hauled
down from behind on the Bonifay
six 'after snaring a pass that cov-
ered 55 yards. The Sharks tried to
punch the marker over but coughed
up the ball with a fumble and nev-
a vote of 1,437 against his Republi-
can opponent Emerson Rupert who
polled 132 votes.
Bob Sikes 'won his Representative
seat hands 'down in Gulf receiving
1,420 votes to 103 for his opponent
M. M. Wooley of Fort Walton
"Cracker Politician" Jerry Carter
took 1,367 votes out of Gulf County
for his seat on the Utilities Com-
mission. His opponent, H. B. Fos-
ter polled 173 votes.
In seeking 'a seat on the State
Supreme Court, Elwyn Thomas was
,given 1,279, Millard F. Caldwell,
1,383 and Wallace E. Sturgis, 1,234.
All were unopposed.
J. W. Bailey, candidate for the
Circuit Court Jugdeship of the 14th
Judicial Circuit received 1,305
votes. He was unopposed.
Wilbur C. King gathered 1,326
ballots for 'the office of Public Util-
ities Commissioner. He was unop-
Having probably the most In-
terest In the local offices up for
grabs was that of Judge of the
Small Claims Court. Present
Judge J. C. Martin didn't quali-
fy because he was Informed his
term was for four years and he
would not have to run this year.
Then It was found his term was
for two years, too late to quali-
fy and Martin had to seek re-
election via write-Ins.
Several others must have want-
ed the job also since a total of
65 candidates received write-In
votes along with Martin. Martin
won re-electlon, however, with
350 ballots marked in his favor.
Ben C. Williams received 1,399
votes to send him to Tallahassee in
January. Writeuihs wele Bfily Joe
Rish 17, Ben Gay 2, Damon Pet-
ers 1 and George Tapper 2. In case
you didn't 'know, the office is State
In the -County Commission races,
James G. McDaniell received 1,390
votes to win election. Write-ins in
opposition were Damon Peters 1,
Alvin McGlon 1 and E. C. Harden,
Sr., 1. Walter Graham also had his
post secured with 1,384. He had
two write-in opponents, Jimmy
Greer 2 and John White 2.
In the School Board race, incum-
City To Purchase Vehicles
For Street, Police Dept.
The City of Port St. Joe ended a three year "austerity" period Tuesday night at their
regular meeting when the Board unanimously agreed to call for bids for the purchase of
four new vehicles to be used by the City street department and the police department.
School Board Buys
New School Buses
School to Observe
The Port St. Joe Elementary
School will observe two special
weeks simultaneously during No-
This year American Education
Week falls on these dates. As in
the past, parents are invited to vis-
it classrooms some time during the
week and to see, first hand, work
that the pupils are doing. Each vis-
itor will receive a tag to wear
which says: "I visited my school.
Children's Book Week gets un-
derway on November 11, also. The
theme for the annual observance
is "I Like Books". The purpose of
the week is to encourage better
reading habits in children and to
foster an appreciation of excellence
in juvenile literature. Display post-
ers, streamers, bookmarks will re-
mind pupils, teachers and visitors
of the importance of books in to-
day's educational programn-a pro-
gram in keeping with American Ed-
ucation Week's slogan which is
"Education Meets the Challenge of
Garden Club District Meet
Set For Cottondale
"Count Down for Success" will be
the theme of the annual meeting
of District HI, Florida Federation
of Garden Clubs. Coffee and regis-
tration hour will precede the 10 to
2 meeting at 'the Methodist Church,
Cottondale, Thursday, November 8.
Carrying out the theme, Mrs.
Jack Dunlap of Orange Park, state
president of the Federation, has
chosen "Take Off" as the title of
Mrs. Frank Hewett of Miami,
bent William Roemer received 1,- first vice-president, will follow
360 votes 'against one for Billy Bat- Mrs. Dunlap with the topic, "In Or-
son 'and three for Clyde Bozeman. bit".
Joe Ferrell, in his race, polled 1,- The corresponding secretary,
392 votes with tour going to Otis Mrs. Mary Noble of Jacksonville,
Pyle and one to W. 0. Howard. will conclude the state officers'
Kenneth Whitfield of Wewahitchka talks with "Happy Landing".
retained his seat with 1,353 votes T. S. Spangenberg of Chipley,
with only one write-In cast for O'- State Road Department District
Neal McDaniell. Maintenance Engineer, will present
CONSTITUTIONAL the film, "Highway Horizons" and
AMENDMENTS landscape slides.
The rest of the State of Florida. Election of the district director
'didn't see eye to eye with Gulf and a representative to the state
County on the value of some of nominating committee are to be
the Constitutional Amendments- held during the meeting.
especially number one. -K
Number 1, the Reapportionment Amendment Number Seven, 622 for
Amendment received 980 votes in and 292 against; Amendment Num-
favor with 184 against. The vote her Eight, 652 tor and 225 against;
over the state went the other way. Amendment Number Nine, 637 for
Amendment Number Two receiv- and 220 against.
ed 923 votes in favor, 353 against; These figures are the official
Amendment Number Three, 697 for Gulf County totals and were not
'and 218 against; Amendment Num- completed until 5:15 yesterday af-
her Four, 544 tor and' 249 against; ternoon-dangerously close 'to the
Amendment Number Five, 559 for Star's press time. This eliminated
and 244 against; Amendment Num- any possibility of presenting the
ber 6, 557 for and 297 against; vote on a precinct basis on our part.
The Gulf County School Board
purchased two new school buses at
their regular meeting Tuesday on
the low 'bid of $11,721.04.
The 'School Board purchased two
Ford chassis from the ;St. Joe Mo-
tor Company of Port St. Joe for a
low bid of $3,521.67 each. The Blue
Bird Body Company of Fort Valley,
Georgia was low bidder on the bo-
,dies at $2,298.85 each.
One of the new buses will be
placed at the disposal of the Port
St. Joe Schools and one in Wewa-
hitchka. Both of the vehicles will
replace equipment over 10 years
Historical Society Regular
Monthly Meeting Held
The regular monthly meeting of I
the St. Joseph's Historical Society
was held on .Saturday, November 3,
at 3:00 p.m. with a representative
group present. Mrs. Ned Porter pre-
sided at the meeting.
Mrs. Hubert Brinson displayed a
copy of a replica of the first steam
engine made by Bernard Pridgeon,
Sr., one of the members of the St.
Joseph Historical Society.
A letter from Clerk of Court,
George Y. Core, was discussed
stating that the Gulf County Hiso
torical Commission has been ap-
pointed by the County Co-aimision.
This idea originated with the St.
Joseph Historical Society. Mrs. Ned
Porter as chairman, announces or-
ganizational meeting of this Com-
mission will be called at an early
The County Board unanimously
appointed Mrs. Ned S. Porter of
Fort St. Joe as Ohairman of this
board. Serving -with Mrs. Porter
will be George Y. Core, Wewa- 1
hitchka, secretary; Jesse Stone,
Port St. Joe, member and assistant
secretary; Charles V. Smith, Port
St. Joe; Billy Howell, Port St. Joe.;
Dave Gaskin, Wewahitchka; Mrs.
Eunice Brinson, Port St. Joe and
William J. Rish of Port St. Joe as
The Society received a copy of
a letter written by Lyle 0. Wright,
former member of the St. Joseph
Historical Society, that he initiated
and sent from Huron, Ohio, to Hon.
Stewart L. Udall, Secretary of the
Interior urging his cooperation and
support towards the St. Joseph
Spit and Peninsula project.
A letter was also read from Miss
E. Ellington Chaires honorary mem-
ber of the Historical Society and
direct descendent of Benjamin
Chaires, one of Old St. Joseph's
greatest promoters saying she re-
gretted not being able to attend
this November meeting and thank-
ing the correspondence secretary
for her thankfulness in having a
picture made and sent to her of
Col. George T. Ward, a relative who
was one of Florida's first Constitu-
ose Number 8, Travel To Quincy
er seriously threatened to score vel to Quincy to meet the Tigers
again except once in the final per-
The Blue Devils went wild In the
second quarter, scoring three TD's
making a halftime score of 27 to 0.
Bonifay scored again in the .third
quarter for their final TD.
Bill Vervacke, Cliff Wimberly,
Jimmy Goodman and Paul Robblns
all played well on 'defense. Gene
Tindel snared three passes for 82
yards and Bobby Wiley gathered
in three aerials for 29 yards to lead
Tomorrow night the Sharks tra-
of tha city. Quincy has 'been tak-
ig their lumps' this year too, but
in spite of this, they 'will be heavy
favorites to keep the Sharks win-
First Downs .-....--.--..---- 8
Yards Rushing -.-- 50
Yards Passing ...-. 121
Passes Attempted -- 15
Passes 'Completed -- 7
Intercepted by ._ 0
Fumbles Lost 1
Yards Penalize d- 22
Christmas Parade Chairman Urges
Those Wishing To Enter To Contact Him
Christmas Parade chairman Joe
Bonlfay Parrott reminds local civic and
14 youth groups that the annual Jaycee
222 sponsored Christmas parade will be
146 held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, Decem-
17 ber 1. He urges that those groups
9 planning to enter floats in the big
4 parade to get in touch with him
0 at his office at the St. Joe Paper
60 Company or at his home.
Prizes to be given the float win-
ners this year will be: $75.00 first
prize, $50.00 second prize and $25.00
Included in the call for bids
is a two-ton truck with a 16
cubic yard packer-loader gar-
bage body, a two-ton truck
with a dump body, a pick-up
truck and a new police car.
The new garbage truck is
being purchased to take care
of a new ordinance which goes
into effect on January 1 re-
quiring all residents of the city
to use the city garbage service.
Present equipment couldn't
handle the load which will re-
sult from this ordinance.
The new police car will [be a
four-door model with a metal mesh
cage built into the rear seat to
protect the patrolman from possible
hanm from future prisoners.
The City is calling for the bid
on all four vehicles at one time to
try and get 'a better price for quan-
Specifications have not been
worked up as yet, nor bids sent out,
but Clerk Williams was authorized
by the Commission to work up the
bid details and submit to the City
Board for their approval.
Commissioner Nedley asked
City Attorney Costin Tuesday
if the new City Garbage Ordin-
arce could be enforced. Costin
stated that he had secured a
legal opinion from the Florida
League of Municipalities that the
Ordinance was legal and could
be enforced, provided the City
cculd offer adequate services to
back up the Ordinance.
Attorney Costin presented the
Bcard with the opinion that the
City could call for bids on the
Municipal Hospital's milk business.
This question was raised at the
as* meeting by Foy Scheffer, local
distributor for Baldwin Dairies. It
was then moved by Commissioner
Duren and seconded by Commis-
sioner Coldewey that a six-month
bid for milk products for the Hos-
pital be received.
GAS and OIL BUSINESS
City Clerk Williams reported to
the Commission that the City can
s..ve considerable money on their
gas and oil purchases by letting
out bids on the services and install-
ing storage tanks and pumps at
the city warehouse on Highway 71.
Williams reported that the ware-
house property was being Improved
to the point where such an installa-
tion could be secured against van-
Commissioner Duren moved that
the City call for bids on the City's
gas and oil needs with the proviso
that a tank and pump be furnished
by the successful bidder. Commis-
sicner Nedley seconded the motion
and the vote was unanimous for the
The second and final reading of
the City's new garbage ordinance
was read and approved Tuesday
night. The new ordinance will go
into effect on January 1 with en-
forcement to begin with the arrival
of the city's new garbage truck,
needed to provide the service that
will be mandatory under the new
Worthy Grand Matron To
Make Official Visit Here
The Worthy Grand Matron of the
Grand Chapter of Floirda, Order
of the Eastern Star, Mrs. Leota
Prosser, will make her official visit
to Gulf Chapter No. 191 on Novem-
ber 13 at 7:30 p.m.
All members and visiting Stars
are cordially invited to attend.
There will be a banquet honoring
the Grand Worthy Matron preced-
ing the meeting at 6:00 p.m. at the
third prize. In addition to tnese
tird prize, In addition to i St. Joe Motel. Reservations should
float prizes, cash prizes will also be made by November 10. Please
be given to the best decorated bi- call Mrs. Evelyn Smith or Mrs.
cycles in the parade. These prizes Marie Creamer.
will be $10.00 first prize, $5.00 sec-
ond prize and $2.50 third prize. USE THE WANT ADS
- AVUr~g:PA 4luINMBER 8
THURSDY, NOEMBER, 196
Former Faith Bible -served in the lunchroom.
I This is the fourth annual observ-
Pastor Accepts'New Call ance of American Education Week
sponsored 'by ,the FTA Club.
pastor of Faith BibleChurch of Visit your child's school during
pastor of Faith Bible Church of A Education Week, Novem-
Port St. Joe, has accepted a call American Education Week, Nove-
to pastor Westminster Church of 'ber 11-17.
Newburgh, N. Y. Westminster
Church was organized in 1854 and Lunch 'Room Menu
for over 100 years has been a cen-
ter of Bible teaching and evange- Port St. Joe Elementary School
listic effort with a missionary em-
Congressman-eIecv Don Fuqua
Addresses Area Forest People
ADDRESSES FORESTERS-Above is Congressman-elect Don Fu-
qua as, he spoke to the area Forest Fire Prevention Committee at
White City Tuesday night. In the foreground left, is C. H. Coulter,
Sta'e Forester and Clyde A. Fite, of Port 'St. Joe, master of cere-
monies. (photo courtesy News-Herald)
Faith Bib!e Church to Participate In
World Wide Services Honoring Seminary
Faith Bible Church, Port St. Joe, is entitled, "Is the Holy Spirit a
will participate in world-wide spe- Person?" and in the evening the
cial services honoring the Dallas pastor will speak on the subject of
Theological Seminary and Graduate "Christianity or Communism-What
School of Theology, Dallas, Texas, I's The Difference?"
during its worship services Sun-, Founded in 1924, Dallas Semin-
day, November 11 in the High ary is the largest theological con-
Scho ol auditorium, cooperating servative, denominationally unre-
with several hundred churches and lated seminary in the United States.
(mission stations around the world It began its 39th year September
in observing Dallas Seminary Sun- S1 with a record total enrollment
&,y. of 327 men and a record entering
Rev. Livingston Blauvelt, pastor class of 100 men. The students rep-
of the church, is a graduate of Dal- resent homes in most of the states.
las Seminary. His morning message Canada, Cuba, Guatemala, India,
Japan, Korea, t h e Philippines,
South Africa and Venezuela.
'Close to fifteen hundred Dallas
Seminary .alumni are ministering
i most of the major Protestant de-
nominationsn in nastorates. home
and foreign missionary posts, and
other Christian service around the
world. Similarly, approximately 40
Protestant groups are represented
In the current study body and fa-
WHEREAS, the American. sys-
tem of free public education is a
"most vital force in equipping
this nation's children and youth
to meet the many challenges of
the future; and
WHEREAS, the nation's
schools and the schools of this
state and of this community are
'essential to preserving the Amer-
ican way of life; and
WHEREAS, -a rapidly changing
world requires that education
change to meet new challenges
without diminishing the tradition-
al American appreciation of t'he
supreme worth of the individual;
WHEREAS, the moral and fi-
nancial support of all citizens is
necessary in the great task of
educating young people for their
roles as responsible Americans:
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Frank
Hannon, Mayor of the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida, do hereby
designate November 11-17, 1962,
to 'be American Education Week
and urge all citizens to reaffirm
their interest in the aims, achiev-
.ements, and needs of 'the schools
to help strengthen and preserve
this training ground of democ-
/s/ FRANK HANNON,
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
M. L. Parker of Marvin Ave., were
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Smith of Balti-
more, Mid., and Mrs. Parker's mo-
ther, Mrs. Iva Bassford of Miami.
Rev. Miller and his (family will
be leaving Port St. Joe some 'time
around November 10. They wish
to take this opportunity to say
"good 'bye" to their friends -around
this area and hope to meet many
of them again, if not here, then "up
Anyone wishing to write the Mil-
lers, or if you are in the vicinity,
to ,visit with them, the n(ew address
will "be 45 Hudson View Terrace,
Newburgh, N. Y.
FTA Chapter Sponsoring
'Open House At School
The Susan B. Anthony Chapter
of the Future Teachers ,of America
Club of Port St. Joe High School
is sponsoring open house during
American Education Week.
Parents and interested persons
are invited to call at the High
School on Wednesday afternoon,
November 14, between the hours
of 1:00 and 3:30 p.m.
Visitors are encouraged to visit
actual classroom activities during
Onen House. Refreshments will 'be
Monday, November 12
Vienna sausage, lima 'beans,
cooked cabbage, shredded carrots,,
school bawed biscuit,- butter, jelly
Tuesday, Novemer 13
iSloppy joe on 'buns, white acre
peas, green salad, orange cake, but-
ter and milk.
Wednesday, November 14
Hamburgers, buttered corn, slic-
ed tomatoes, onions and dills, grape-
fruit sections, cookies., butter and
Thursday, November 15
Chicken and rice, green 'butter
beans, lettuce 'and tomato salad,
hobeese biscuits, butter, sliced pae-
cles and milk.
iFriday, November 16
Bl'ackeye peas, cheese wedges,
mustard greens, corn 'bread, but-
ter, milk and jello.
BAND PARENTS ASSN.
WILL MEET TONIGHT
The Port St. Joe High School
Bard Parents Association will meet
tonight. The Association will gather
in the High School Band Room at
BETA SIGMA PHI RUSHEES HONORED-Pictured above left to
right are: Mrs. Franklin Pippin, Mrs. W. F. Wager, club sponsor,
Mrs. Norris Daniell and Mrs. Thomas Freeman, rushees. Seated in
front is Mrs. Courtney Martin, club president.
STRIPS IN COLOR 15 minutes
SOUND FILMS 25 minutes
BELIEVE IT OR NOT
WHAT and WHY TO BELIEVE
St. Joseph's Church MONDAYS
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1962
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Cherries box 39c WHO PROFITS ON
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but the TRADING STAMP COMPANIES
1 DOZEN LARGE The merchant must necessarily increase the
price of his merchandise in order to pur-
EGG SFREE! chase stamps to be given with retail sales.
With $10 Order or More Most food stores which provide trading
stamps with sales admit that there must be
an increase in price of retail items in order
Maxwell House to balance the cost of trading stamps to
Coffee lb. 39c them. This means that stamps represent
OIS from two to five cents on each dollar of
With $5 Order or More sales.
A book of stamps is worth only $3.00 in
With $5.00 Order or More retail value to the customer.
Sugar 5 lbs. 39c RICH'S DOES NOT PROVIDE
Refreshing for thesee reasons and therefore the price
Pepsi-Cola ea. 5c of merchandise at RICH'S does not include
Delicious APPLE the cost of trading stamps
Delicious APPLE :
Cider qt. 19c FOR CASH SAVINGS AND
REASONABLE PRICES SHOP
Fresh Frozen Shelled R AL PRICS S
Peas 4 bags $100 AT RICH'S
Ready for Deep Freeze ,. .
Best Apple On Mkt. Red Del. Gerber Strained 10 JARS DELIGHT
APPLES doz. 19c Baby Food 97c OLEO 2 Ibs. 29c
IRISH Spring Farm Canned Fill Your Freezer Bushel
Potatoes 10 lb. 39c MILK 3 cans 39c Butterbeans $2.95
WHITE 25 LB. BAG BEST 100 Lbs.
Butterbeans lb. 0lc Sratch Feed $1.00 Horse Feed $4.50
WE BUY AND SELL PECANS-
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Sweet Oranges -- DRAWING WILL BE SATURDAY, NOV. 10
Tangerines --- --- $70.00 WILL BE GIVEN AMAY AT 2:00 P.M.
Grapefruit you Must Be Present To Win Full Prize!
Look at this price. .
Work On Harbor Finished
Can Now Serve
Colonel D. A. Raymond, U. S.
Army District Engineer at Mobile,
has announced that the deepening
of Port St. Joe Harbor has been
completed and formally accepted as
conforming to the depths specified
in the River and Harbor Act of Sep-
tember 3, 1954. Completion .of the
dredging program at the northwest
Florida port will permit large mo-
dern deep-draft *cargo vessels to
use the harbor facilities.
The port's entrance .channel is
37 feet deep and the inner chan-
nel's and the main harbor have a
depth of 35 feet. Widths vary genm
rally from 500 to 300 feet. A large
turning basin, 1,000 x 2,000 feet in
size, has ,a depth of 32 feet.
.Colonel Raymond said that the
Army Engineers contracted with
the American Dredging Company
to remove 1,*84,936 cubic yards of
material at a cost to $264,667 in the
harbor channels, and that Corps of
Engineers sea-going hopper dredg-
es removed approximately four and
one-half million cubic yards of ma-
terial at the entrance bars ,where
rough seas make it impossible to
use pipeline equipment.
Port 'St. Joe is the home of one
of Florida's major industrial plants,
the St. Joe Paper 'Companq, located
on the 'harbor. Other industrial ac-
tivities at the growing port are the
terminus of the Southeastern Pipe-
line 'Company and the Gulf Oil Cor-
poration's facilities. Tonnage at
the port in 1961 amounted to 1,-
A dredged canal nine feet deep
and 100 feet wide serves barge traf-
fic 'to and from the port by connect-
ing it 'with the Gulf Intracoastal
Waterway which is located about
five miles inland 'at this point. The
Apalachicola Northern Railroad al-
so serves the port and area by pro-
viding rail connections to inland
District WSCS To Meet In Marianna
The Marianna District of the na on November 13. Registration
Woman's Society of Christian Ser- will begin at 8:30 a.m. Program
'vice .will hold a "Day Apart" at from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Grace Methodist Church in Marian- The leader will be Miss Evelyn
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Home Service Department
Florida Power Corporation
When it's your turn to be
hostess at "dessert and coffee",
thi s is your chance to have the
best pie anyone ever tasted.
Blueberry-Cream Cheese Pie
1 (10-oz.) pkg. frozen bwe-
I (6-oz.) can frozen concen-
1 tbsp. cornstarch
2 (3-oz.) pkgs. cream cheese
% cup confectioners' sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup heavy cream
Turn 1 cup of the blueberries
into a heavy saucepan with the
frozen concentrated lemonade
and cook just until the skins of
berries pop. Combine the sugar,
cornstarch, and salt and stir in-
to blueberry mixture, cooking
on moderate heat while stirring
until thickened and clear. Cool.
Meanwhile thoroughly blend
cream cheese, sugar, and van-
illa. Whip the cream and fold
into the cream cheese mixture.
Spread the creamy mixture
evenly in the bottom of a cool-
ed 9-inch baked pie shell. (Did
you know that you can buy
frozen ready-to-bake pie shells!)
Sprinkle the uncooked blue-
berries over and then turn the
cooked blueberries over them,
spreading as evenly as possible.
Chill thoroughly before serving,
approximately 3 hours. Since
this is a rich pie, it may be cut
in 8 small pieces if desired.
Midget Invetmeit Wth
Remember also to order your PHOTO GREETING CARDS early. We have a
complete selection of cards and folders for photo greetings on display. Come
early and avoid the last minute rush.
These prices will
1962. Our annual
mas rush. Prices
settings made at
be in effect from Thursday, November 1 through Saturday, November 24,
Christmas specials are offered during this month to avoid the late Ohrist-
apply to settings made luring these dates as well as re-orders of portrait
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1962
Snell, Minister of Education at
First Methodist Church in Marian-
na. The theme will be "I Give My-
self Unto Prayer".
The program 'viH be under the
direction of Mrs. J. C. Brown, Mar-
ianna District Secretary of ;Spirit-
ual Life. Everyone will bring sand-
'wiches and the host church will
serve the drinks.
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REALEMON qt. 69c
JEWEL 3 lbs. 65c
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White House-15 Oz.
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Soft-Weve 2 rolls 27c
Pfeiffers Cole Slaw
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Macaroni 2 for 29c
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Saltines lb. box 29c
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Baby Meats 2 jars 49c
Choc. Candy 6 pack 25c
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Jewel Oil 45 oz. 79c
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Prices in this ad are effective thru
Saturday, November 10
Sonny Floyd, leading his team
this week with a 492 series is still
improving his average. Basil Mc-
Knight rolled a 433 series to fol-
low Sonny and improve his aver-
Alleys three and four were busy
with the upset of the season. Pat's
Wonder Bar, 'who had previously
held a 26 game winning streak,
were taken to the cleaners last
night as the Sand Bar beat them
soundly for three games.
I guess the competition is getting
rough. Is that right, Jake? They
must have left the leprechauns at
The Sand Bar had Wayne Smith
in first place 'with a 539 series
which included a 200 game in his
third. Williamson followed Wayne
with a 371. So you can see a small
series can beat the big guns.
Billy Joe Davis gave up his first
place to Jake Koller for Pat's Won-
der Bar Monday night. Jake rolled
a 498 sreles. Ted Grabowski rolling
a 467 series, followed Jake.
The Pridgeon Agency and The
Custom Shop met on five and six
as The Custom Show became an-
other victim of The Pridgeon Agen-
cy, who made a clean sweep of the
Waring Murdock leading his team
rolled a 576 series, which was high
for the alleys again Monday night.
He also rolled a 205 game, which
was 'also high for the alleys.
Whitehurst rolling a 487 series
took second honors with a good
series. Good work Whitey.
The 'Custom Shop's Ralph Ward,
with a 463 series, led again this
week. Ralph must have had trouble'
Monday night. Troy Gay, who just
came on The Custom Shop, rolled
a 448 series to place second.
Pylant's rolled over Pate's Shell
Service on seven and eight for
Pate's second four game defeat in
Pylant's Ray Medlin back at his
usual self, rolled a 554 series to
have the second highest series on
the alleys for Monday night. Rob-
erts rolled a 467 series to come in
second. Roberts, who last week car-
ried a 117 average, brought his av-
erage up to a 136. Nice bowling
Pate's Shell Service, with Billy
Joe Richards rolling a 493 series,
couldn't save a point. Billy Joe
picked up a fine 3-7-10 split in his
third 'game. James Kennedy rolled
a 447 series came in second. Jim
rolled a big 90 pins over his aver-
age to win the coffee money donat-
ed by St. Joe Bowling Lames. Keep
up the good work Jim.
Team Standings W L
Pat's Wonder Bar .-..------ 28 4
Pridgeon Agency .--------23 13
Floyd Chevrolet ..---__ 20 12
Phillips 66 19 17
Custom 'Shop -------------- 14 22
Pate's Shell Service -.-- 13 23
The Sand Bar -. ---- 13 23
Pylant's 12 24
Florida National Bank took to
their lowest average bowlers last
week and came up with 'three big
points from Basil's Standard Sta-
tion. It was all Don Lawley for the
Bank, who had his best night since
he first put his hand on a bowling
ball. Don rolled 198, 152 and 165
for a 515 series, pretty good for a
112 average bowler, eh? Don also
set the record for the second high
handicap game and series. The cof-
fee money also went to you know
who! Bill Whaley gave a lot of
help with his 463. Joe Davis, just
joining our league, led the Station
me with 525. Maybe Joe can give
Basil's some help in their much
needed line-up. Basil's have only
won two points in the last six
weeks, 'but don't count them out.
Alleys three and four saw the
league leaders match teams with
second place Costin's proving to
the St. Joe Stevedores that the
patch "league champions" means
just that. It took a lot of luck on
both sides, a lot of good for Costin's
and a lot of bad for the Stevedores.
Costin's on the way to taking three
Improved Roche's Furniture. Ray
Medlin back on his 'game finally
after a few weeks rolled a fine 235
game and rallied out a 560 series.
Ralph Ward 'was second' high for
Michigan with 534. Wayne Smith
with 591 had high series of the
night on all alleys, led Roche's fol-
lowed a little way behind by Lou
St. Joe Stevedores .....--_. 21
Florida Nat. ank --. --...----..... 18
Roche's Furniture .-------14
Michigan Chemical .. 12
Basil's Standard --....--- 9
Tonight',s Matches: Alleys
1rair dreams come tre true 'SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN
Sirloin Tip Your f
A Minute Cubed ChoiceO
Top Round LB.
ALLGOOD BRAND SUGAR CURED SLICED BREAKFAST
MERCHANT'S LEAGUE points from 'the Stevedores also set
By D. L. SICKMON a new league rceord for team game
Floyd Chevrolet and Phillips 66 and series with handicap, rolling a
met on alleys one and two Monday record game of 1006 and series of
night to split four games. Phillips 2746. Jake Koller -started off slow
66 is having trouble holding their but put together games of 142, 214
own now as they have moved from and 218 for a 574 with Tommy
second place to fourth in the league. Pridgeon and Jimmy Costin's 518
Phillips' high man was Al Jensen, aSd 519 right behind. The Steve-
who rolled a 503 serise, but, could dores suffered many splits allowing
not get more than *a split with Ruel Whitehurst to pick up the
Floyds. Ethridge held second place tough 4-10. B. I. Mobley led the
with a 447 series. Stevedores with 456 and Ted Gra-
Floyd Chevrolet only three weeks owski -was second high with 437.
Floyd hevrolet only three weeks On alleys five and six we saw
ago was in fourth place and in the Michigan Chemical win their first
,process moved Phillips 66 down and igame the old o to pins for total
have taken third place in the pin's to gain a split with the much
m m m E
Area information, a c
welcome and gifts from
merchants await you.
FLORIDA GREETING SERVICE
MRS. AN NE J 0INES
1002 Garrison Ave. Phone 229-1686
If you are new to the Port St.
Joe area within the past two
weeks (or know of a family who
is) a postcard or telephone call
will bring you a prompt visit
Erom the local welcoming ser-
Exams Open for PO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fia
Clerk-Carrier Position THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1962
Postmaster Chauncey Costin an- ualleave, b(eneits; life, health
iiounced this week that there is a anri accident insurance at nominal
need for qualified men and worn- rates and many other benefits in-
en in the postal service with start- cluding an adequate retirement
ing salaries from $2.26 per hour plan.
up, annual increases, sick and an- Costin stated that a clerk-car-
rier examination is now open for
and two, Roches vs. Stevedores. the Port St. Joe Post Office and
Alleys three an dfour Basil's vs. anyone interested in becoming ell-
Michigan Chem. igible should contact him (or Ctr-
Alleys five and six, Florida Na- their information and application
tional Bank vs. Costin's. blanks for taking the examination.
Be trifty and still enjoy-The very be v's great
pe s for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 8, 9 and 10
Castleberr's Pit Cooked Barbeque SANDWITCHES
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Nov. 9 and 10 Delicious! Take Home A Bag Full ... Individual Sandwich Bags Insulated Carry-Out Bags!
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_Jlorida Grade A' 3 to 4 Lb. Average
Gerbers-Strained Fruits and Veg.
BABY FOOD 6 jars 59c
Adams Florida 46 Oz. Can
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE can 25c
CI GARS 5 pack 27 c
Pillsbury-White, Yellow or Devil's Food
CAKE MIX 3 pkgs. $1.00
Armour's Star 15 Oz. Can
CHILI with BEANS can 29c
DOG FOOD 12 cans 87 c
Pillsbury or Ballards
BISCUITS 5cans 39c
DUBUQUE'S HEAVY WESTERN LB.
Rib Steak 59c
GROUND FRESH MANY TIMES DAILY LB. 3 LBS.
G'd Beef 49c 1.29
I MISSISSIPPI BRAND SLICED LB.
Myles Round Box
ABLE SALT box 9c
Waldorf 4 Roll Pkg.
TOILET TISSUE pkg. 33c
Gold Kist Florida Grade 'A'
Med. EGGS 3 doz. $1.00
Green Giant Cream Style
C 0 RN no. 303 can 18 c
PEAS no. 303 can 21c
Whole Wheat Cereals 12 Oz. Pkg.
WHEAT CHEX pkg. 25c
TUNA FISH 2 size 21c
5 POUND BAG
Limit 1 With $5.00 Order or More
Limit 1 With $5.00 Order or More
All Purpose Detergent
pt. jar 27c
BEECHNUT Limit 1 With $5.00 Order or More
COFFEE e" 49c
- Garden Fresh Produce -
TURNIP GREENS bch. 19c
5 Pound Bag
White or Pink
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6 for 399c
of the street was done by the State Road Department since
Fifth Street is a state highway. In this way, he absolved
the City of any blame for the appearance of the street.
This is true. The City is not responsible for the appear-
ance of the street due to any improper care. However, the
City can make a formal request of the State Road Depart-
ment to observe more closely the care of the street in order
to insure the maximum beauty of the plantings on the street
being brought forth for presentation to the traveling public.
This, we would like for them to do.
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Published Every Thursday At 306 WIIIams Avenue, Port St. Jeo, Flerda
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publilshu
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Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
DIAL 227-3161 POSTOFFICE Box 308
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffloe, Port ft. lee,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
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Proposed Park Will Help To
"Conserve" Public Access To Beach
When the idea first was presented of trying to secure
a state park on the 2,000 acres at the tip of St. Joseph's
Spit, we must admit, we first looked with a pessimistic eye
at the project and weren't quite sure whether we favored
the matter or not. For that reason, we have said nothing
either for or against the project, until we could weigh the
matter and come to a conclusion. We did present the facts
to you as they were gathered by us. and from these facts
we have reached our decision to favor the project and edi-
torially solicit all the help that each of the citizens of Port
St. Joe can offer in its support.
To begin with, we were pessimistic of the project be-
cause we harbored the secret belief that this property was
too valuable to tie up into a park.
But, like most all people nowadays, our sense of values
was prefaced with a dollar mark. Certainly this piece of
property is valuable, any way you look at it. Florida has
virtually the only attainable waterfront property left in the
entire United States. At first, we were of the opinion that
this would take a choice piece of property off the market-
as, indeed, it would.
This is where our sense of values was warped.
It is only a matter of a short time before there is no
longer any public waterfront property left. When this hap-
pens, what will people like myself and most of those in Port
St.-Joe do for water recreation when all of this property is
taken up, since we cannot afford to purchase any of this
property for our own use? We will just have to do without
in such a case.
A park on St. Joseph Spit will assure the people of this
area of a perpetual waterfront playground on some of the
finest beach anywhere on the Gulf Coast. If the park is
built for this reason only, we believe the sacrifice of the
choice property is only too little to give.
When we look at this matter, we see that conservation
extends to all aspects of life as we know it now, and encom-
passes more than water, pine trees and soil. Recreation fa-
cilities will soon be at a premium and they are as necessary
as food and clothing, in our way of thinking.
Clean Up Cuba By Clearning Out C
We believe in anl invasion of Cuba.
Whether the missile bases are torn down or not, Cuba
will continue to be a Communist colony in the Western Hem-
We agree with Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, chairman
of the Committee for the Monroe Doctrine, who is protesting
the terms on which President Kennedy "settled" the Cuban
Mr. Rickenbacker says the president's assurances were a
renunciation of the Monroe Doctrine; that President Ken-
nedy should not have promised the U. S. would not invade
Cuba if the bases were dismantled.
The Kennedy-Khrushchev agreement, the committee
says, "would appear to amount to a guarantee that Cuba will,
without forcible interference by the U. S., be permitted to
remain a Communist colony and therefore a base for the
continued political and psychological subversion of other na-
tions in this hemisphere."
We don't see how else you can interpret the agreement.
The bases themselves are not the issue; communism is.
The U. S. will have to invade Cuba to drive communism
out, to secure our own security by:
(1) Protecting the Panama Canal, very likely the next
trouble spot in our cold war with communism;
(2) Insuring the security of other Latin countries from
Castro terrorism. Cuba alone was never the sole goal of the
They want Latin America first, then the U. S.
Then they will have the world.
The time to stop them is now.
Fifth Street Needs Closer Supervision
A subject that should be of utmost importance to the
citizens of Port St. Joe was brought out by the Retail Mer-
chants Division a couple of weeks ago, when W. C. Roche
expressed his opinion before that group that Fifth Street
needs some care to bring out its beauty and to insure the
proper care of the many potentially beautiful plants and
shrubs planted on this street.
As Roche pointed out, Fifth Street could be a "show-
place" for Port St. Joe if proper procedure was followed in
pruning the many shrubs planted in the center of the street.
City Clerk J. B. Williams pointed out that maintenance
- County Commission Minutes -
-FHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA i Mrs. Betty Ann Owens appeared
October 23, 1962 before 'he Board and requested that V O V i
The Board of County Commission- action be taken on her request for
ers of Gulf County, Florida, met this retroactive salary at the rate of
date in regular session with the fol- $150.00 'per month from June 1,
-lowing members present: E. C. Har- 1961, to July 1, 1962, as per Section The Socia Security checks being his address is changed at a later
'den., -Sr., Chairman, Leo Kennedy, 43.09, Florida Statu'es, 1961: that
Neva 'Croxton and James H. Greer. said request having been 'before the mailed this month contain a spe- date.
:The ieriff, Clerk, Attorney, Road Board at its meeting of August 13, cial notice, John V. Carey, District The Social Security Administra-
Su] r'atendent, Engineer and Civil 1962, 'but with no action taken at Manager of the Panama City Social
Defense Director were also pres- that time. The attorney advised security Office, said this week. tion sends checks each month to
eut. rhe Boa.rd that he requested an more than 17 million beneficiaries
'Iie meeting came to order at opinion from the Attorney General T'his notice tells all Social Secur- more than 17 million beneficiaries
6:30 .. The Chairman opeieiia tlI of the State of lorida on this matter ity beneficiaries of the proper me- throughout the United 'States and
meeting with prayer. !and .hat on June 7, 1962, the At- thod for requesting a change of ad- the world, Caxey continued. These
s '.z"g.w.K..^.- | ._ dress on their monthly checks. monthly check's go to more than
WThe notice requests date 12,000 people in the seven county
eW Totice reuests lPnmedate Larea served by the Panama City
LOW PRICED COLOR TV action if the address on the check office. The Social Security Admin-
o. _0 is wrong, Carey added. In addition istration wants all beneficiaries to
d to completing a post card to notify receive their check promptly each
the Social 'Security Administration month. However, this cannot be ac
of the correct mailing address, the month. However, thed unless cannotg be ac-
F i 'br'neficiary shouldalasoreport the comPlished unless changes'of ad-
bneficiary should also report the dress are reported properly. It is
f/ ~ correct mailing address to his post understood that Social Security
I office. If the address shown on the beneficiaries need their monthly
SuI w .. check is correct, no action is re- check, and every effort is made to
*P lquired at this time. However, the rush the check to them when it is
"- [A *. ,Bcard form should ibe kept .by the reported that 'the 'check was not re-
___ 'beneficiary for use in the event ceived. Many times it is found that
delay of the check was caused by
torney General advised that he was failure to furnish a change of ad-
of the opinion that the Counties
comprising the Circuit should pay dress. You need to do two things
^ their pro rata share of the compen- to make certain that your Social
)' jIsation for the Court reporter 8s Security check will reach you on
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3c-l rLta3 ry 'to L 1-the U U'Uae, ; tatL
'the Attorney General In' an opinion
on the same question, written to
the County Attorney of Jackson
County, advises that the County
'Commissioners of Jackson County
would be authorized to pay the sec-
retary to the Circuit Judge in Jack-
son County past due salary under
the 'provisions of said law. After
discussion the Chairman asked the
Attorney if the Board would have
to comply with Mrs. Owens' request
and the Attorney answered that the
Board would either have to pay the
the back salary as requested or
contest the law that provides the
salary. Whereupon, there was a
'motion by 'Commissioner Greer,
seconded by Commissioner Orox-
toin. and unanimously carried, that
the County pay Mrs. Betty Ann
Owens $1,950.00 as salary under
,Section 43.09 Florida Statutes, 1961,
representing retroactive s a lary
'from June 1, 1961, to July 1, 1962.
Letters were read from the Gov-
ernor of Florida, Congressman
Sikes and Senaotr Smathers offer-
ing their support in obtaining the
necessary land on 'St. Joseph's
IT'S AN EASY STEP
time, when you change your ad-
dress. 'First, furnish the Social ,Se-
curity office with a signed state-
ment giving the new 'address and
your Social 'Security claim number;
second, notify your local post office
of your new address, Carey con-
The 'Social Security Office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son Avenue, Panama City, tele-
phone PO 3-5331.
"Wlen you uamolb adl i lW
Hurlbut Gift Shop
Point for the creation of a 'State by Commissioner Croxton and upon
Park. vote was unanimously carried.
The Board did then appoint the
following citizens to serve as mem-
bers of the Gulf 'County Historical
Commission, their term of office
to expire on 'the first Tuesday af-
ter the first Monday in January of
19,64, to-wit: Mrs. Ned 'S. Porter,
Chairman; George Y. Core, Secre-
tary; Charles B. Smith, Member;
Billy Howell, Member; Jesse Stone,
Member and Asst. Secretary; Dave
Gaskin, Member; Mrs. Eunice Brin-
son, Mefber; William J. Rish, Mem-
The Engineer discussed the posi-
sibility of Gulf County receiving
some Federal Aid Funds through
the :State Road Department that
can now be used for the construc-
'tion of certain city streets and
county projects. After lengthy dis-
cussion, the chairman said this
'matter will be discussed at the
The Board did then enter into a
lengthy discussion with reference
to the urgent need for a County
Health Doctor. After discussion,
there was a motion by Commission-
er Kennedy, that due to the peri-
lous international situation and in.
view of the fact that our local
County Health Doctor is on an ex-
tended leave of absence and in
View of 'the fact a County Health
Doctor is urgently needed; that the
position, now held by the doctor on
leave of absence be filled imnm'ed-
iately by a qualified Doctor on a
,permanent basis. Motion seconded
The Board did then ,select the
election inspection Board for the
November 6 election.
The Board certified Robert D.
Sidwell, Director of Gulf 'County
Civil Defense to purchase surplus
property for the 'County Civil De-
'Commissioner Greer informed the
Board that he was .of the opinion
that the County Engineer's salary
should be increased to $150.00 per
;month to bring the salary in line
with that -of other counties. After
'discussion, Commissioner Greer
moved that Max W. Kilbourn,
County Engineer be paid $150.00
iper month beginning October 1,
1962, seconded by Commissioner
Croxton. Upon vote the following
voted: AYE: Greer, Croxton and
Harden. NAY: None. Commissioner
Kennedy 'announced that he would
not vote because the Board refused
to increase the County Service Of-
,ficer's 'salary $50.00 as requested
in the budget request and that the
Board informed the .Service Officer
that the Board would not increase
a salary this year over $25.00.
There being no further business
the meeting adjourned.
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1962
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4 'Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a ,
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ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
t TONY POWELL Men's and Boy's Department
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world for anyone wob has lost the
*excitement of discovery of
new worlds to conquer, of youth.
Yes, advertising (selling) is a
young man's business. Thank
goodness, some of the youngest
men and women we know were
born around the turn of the cen-
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get a word in edgewise-ibut with-
out success. A short while after,
this gentleman told my friends
what a wonderful conversational-
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A salesman, on a trip with his
wife, stopped for breakfast at
one of the hotels where he gen-
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pasn-cakes. When the waitress brot
his order, he asked, "Where's my
honey?" "Oh," replied the
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P.S.-Every customer is a V.
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Marshall Field, the highly suc-
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"Goodwill is the one and only
asset that competition cannot un-
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grateful for your goodwill and
patronage. Another prominent
merchant has this to say: 'When
you sell products alone, when
your advertising and public rela-
tions 'are oriented only to pro-
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head". This- is only 50% as 'ef-
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friends, we try to put our heads
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deep satisfaction when the days'
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Recently we saw an interesting
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Junior High Grid Team
Plays Intra-Squad Game
This past Thursday night the
Port St. Joe Junior Hig'h football
team played their fifth intra-squad
football game of the season. The
Purple Team was victorious for the
fourth time this ,sleasoin by the
score of 26-14. Both team's played
well, but the Purple offense was
too much for the White team.
The Purple Team led by quar-
terback Rod Bowdoin and backs
Larry Taylor, Larry Branch and
David Wood were able to score four
touchdowns and two extra points
for their team's 'victory. The pass-
ing of Bowdoin to Wood, and Bow-
doin to Davis was a big factor in
the purple 'team's 26 points. Play-
ing well both offensively for the
Purple team were ends Johnny
Maddox, Bryon Baxley, Eddie Mc-
Farland and Gary Davis; tackles
were John W. M'addox and Tommy
Wright; guards were Andrew Tram-
mell, Sheppard Gonzalez and Billy
Carr. Lamar Orrell played center
the entire game. Other backs for
the Purple team were Tommy Ad-
ams, Sidny Dykes and Joe Hendrix.
The White Team led by quarter-
back Tommy Atchison and backs
Johnny Rogers, Billy Antley and
Charles Williams, were in the game
until the last quarter, but the of-
fensive minded Purple team was
too much. Johnny Rogers ran one
touchdown for the White Team and
scored the extra point. Charles
Williams scored the other TD. Ro-
gers ran 65 yards for his score. Oth-
er boys playing well both offensive-
ly and defensively for the White
Team were ends Alfred Rudd,
Wayne Pate and Larry Cox. Tack-
les were Ricky Thursbay and Ray
Ramsey. Guards were Dalton Tull
and Danny Raffield. Center, Jerry
Pitts, played the entire game for
the White team. Other backs were
Knapp Smith, Jim Fensom, Thomas
O'Brian and Freddy Anderson.
The Junior -Sharks will close out
their season this Thursday night
with their sixth Intra-squad game
at 7:30. No admission. Come out
and _support the Junior Sharks.
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LADIES' SLIM JIMS
Washable corduroys or woven cottons
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Each $. 8 8
Sizes 22 to 30 .
. Assorted dark colors .
. You'd ex-
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-- Trot To BOYLES For Best Buys! -
A Gigantic Sale of 500 Pairs Smart
FALL and WINTER SHOES
Ladies, sizes 4 to 10. Flats.
ties, pumps-A few dress
Boys 'and Girl's sturdy Ox-
fords, Loafers and dressy E l l
patents. Sizes up to 3. As-
sorted fall and winter
styles and colors.
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In Girl's Sizes 7 to 14. A most unusual buy
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BIRDSEYE GOWNS and Rayon Tricot P A JAMAS
DIAPERS PAJAMAS PANTIES SizeAto
doz 88 $1.88&$2.88 2 pr. 88c 9 2PA 8
doZ. S 1t 11 Full cut. sanforized. Prints and 2.88
solid colors Gowns 34 to 46. In ladies sizes 5 to 10. You'd ex-
Standard 'Size, 27x27 P. J.'s, 34 to 40. pect to pay 59c pair. Pastel colors and stripes
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Formerly Sold up to $16.99 VINYL CAR COATS cut Sanforize
Reduced 25% Ladies 7 Men's Improved Quality
Sizes -------- -- -- $Pre-ticketed 59c
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Sizes, in assorted colors. Coms A
1 ---- ------ ----2 pr.- 88c
IME TO TALK TURKEY R A most attractive pattern and
COMPARE VALUES! ABOUT BIG SAVINGS! color assortment
Men's Winter Underwear Men's Heavy Duty8 AM SHOPPING NEWS
SLIM JIMS Ribbed SALE eve WORK SUITS WJOE Daily!
Sizes 2 to 6x Ankle Length suit, $4.88 A Selected Group of $4.99
Union Suits --- $1.88 Shirt and Pants. Color Quality Young Men's Ivy
Match n full cut sanforized
pair C SHIRTS and DRAWERS khaki's and greys. TROUSERS
2 for $2.88 DARK GREEN SUIT T O E
Assorted colors White, sizes thru 46 $5.88 pair $3.88
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- WEDNESDAY RIOT SPECIALS-
Men's Full Cut, Sanforized Chambray (Long Sleeves)
WORK SHIRTS -----------each 88c
All $1.00 Items In Boyles Store -- 88c
(8:30 'til 1 P.M. Only)
Ladies Lace Trimmed, Shadow
PANEL HIP SLIPS ---------
Kfd^5\ Boy's First Quality
Vf!- h-* Sizes 2 to 16
2 for 88c
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'a"r Girl's Plain or Lace Trimmed
PANTIES -----4 pairs 88c
Sizes 2 to 14
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Tune In On BOYLES
BULLETIN BOARD, WJOE
9:00 A.M. Daily, Monday thru Friday
For Boys and Girls
$3.88 to 1
Cowboy, Wellington, Engin- f
eer and Majorette styles.
Sizes for Toddlers, 4 to 8; fo1'
Children 8 to 12 and 12%I l
to 3. hrislll0S
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rok wool blown-in insulation, metal
O/IZ FIND IT fIN HE I weatherstripping on doors and win-
Z F~l/D .T11 '1# I- 1C dows, large gas tank and three
heaters, kitchen furnished or un-
furnished, $7,000.00. Dave Maddox,
Phone 229-1581. tfc-11-8
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Station Wa-
gon. Thunderbird engine, $225.00.
Call 227-3846. tfc-11-8
FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- brick home, 1031 Long Ave. Ph. WANTED: Woman to live in for
ment for couple only. 1621 Monu- 648-4128, J. A. Mira. 8-10 days, care for two young
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641. children and do light housework.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 1301 Apply Mrs. Zela Adams, 1015 Mon-
FOR ,RENT: Furnished one bed- Woodward Ave. FHA approved. ument Ave.
room house and two bedroom side Low down payment. Phone 227-
duplex furnished. Two 2-bedroom 3751. tfc-6-28 WANTED: First class cook. Steady
houses furnished. St. Joe Beach. I job, top wages. Apply in person
Smith's Pharmacy. tfc-9-13 FOR SALE: Fully automatic sew- 'to Gulf Sands Restaurant, St. Joe
Sting machines only $169.95. We Beach. tfc-11-1
FOR RENT: Private room and take anything of value as down LO rown ladies
bath. Everything furnished. 511 payment. Easy terms. SURPLUS LOST: Brown ladies billfold, hand-
7th St. Phone 227-4241. tfc-10-4 SALES SEWING CENTER (across carved. Shell Oil credit card a nd
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- from Post Office.) Ph. 227-2011. ttf also Carp's credit card inside. Keep
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- money and return billfold to Mary
ed apartment at 228 7th St., Ph. FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom home Wood at Rich's Super Mkt. ltp
227-7761. tfc-10-18 in excellent condition, with den,
file bath, wall to wall carpet in liv- MAN WANTED for 1500 family
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom lng room. Many other extras to go Rawleigh lbasiness in Gulf Coun-
house with all electric kitchen, with sale. Located at 1310 Wood- ty. Permanent if you are a hustler.
$40.00 per mo. Also duplex apart- ward Ave. Priced for quick sale, Write Rawleigh ,Dept. FAK-100-123
ments, 2 'ber'room, nicely furnished Presently FHA financed. Memphis, Tenn. 3t-10-25
$50.00 and $45.00 per mo. Phone If interested phone 227-5261, George
648-3291 or see Mrs. Herman Ma- H. Wimberly, Jr. tfc 10-4 WORK WANTED: Maid in home.
bury at Mexico Beach. Itc ___ Georgia Finn, 256 Ave. F. 2t
FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur- 100' x 130' with 2 apartments fur- WANTED: Experienced motel maid
Lished apartment with garage at nished house, concrete block with Steady work. Apply in person
1206 Palm Blvd. Call 227-7431 after 2 garages and paved driveway. L. only at Gulf Sands Court. itfc-9-20
4:00 p.m. tfc-11-1 W. Porter, RFD 2, Box 118, Palatka, DIAMOND RINGS, watches, shot-
FOR RENT: Good investment. Far- Fla, Phone 325-5504. 3tc-11-1 guns, pistols, tools, fishing tackle,
mer's Apartments in Oak Grove. sewing machines, record players
Terms. Call 227-8165. 4te-11-1 FOR SALE: House at 1303 McClel- and many other items. PROWS
__ lan Avenue. $550 down and take Used Auto Parts and Pawn Shop,
FOR SALE: 1959 trailer house. $800 up payments. See Gene Fowle'r, 301 Third 'St. 11tp-10-18
equity and take up payments for 2002 Long Ave. tfc-11-S
24 months. For information call MOVING? Think of MAYFLOWER,
229-1497. 2tc FOR SALE: Three bedroom .house, Let SURPLUS SALES of ST.
1305 McClellan Ave., with ,garage,
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LiKE A PRESCRIPTION, OUR
PROTECTION PLANS ARE PUT ,
TOGETHER WITH EXTRA CARE! \
There are about as many differ- j
ent types of insurance as there are T
specific needs. You can't buy them ,
all, so it is vitally important that you
consult with an expert. Call on us at '
WE PUT THE "SURE"
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Let's take an example. Do you know TITLE INSURANCE
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JOE handle your moving and stor-
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SALES of ST. JOE, 201 Monument
Ave., Port St. Joe, across from
the Post Office.
MERCHANTS and DEALERS
Increase your gross profits by an
estimated $3-6,000 per year by es-
tablishing a Mary Carter Paint
Department in 'with your present
business. This is a valuable fran-
chise and will' be granted on an ex-
clusive basis for the City of Port
St. Joe and surrounding area. In-
vestment guaranteed 100%. For ad-
ditional information write or call
M. Bradbury ('mfg. rep.) 4430 9th
Ave. N., St. Petersburg, Fla., phone
I will do part or full-time book-
keeping in my home or at you;
place of business. Experienced
In a" types of book work. Typ-
ing work done neatly and correct.
R. W. HENDERSON, Phone 229-
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
Ing first and third Tueaday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
EPTIC TANKS dumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
wick expert service. tfo
As of this date, Thursday, Octo-
ber 25, I will no longer be respon-
sible for -debts incurred in my name
unless approved by me personally.
G. L. DUREN 4tp-10-25
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8:00 p.m.
at Parish House, 809% 6th St Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for
further information or write P. 0.
Box 535. tf
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. AC members urged to
Nole Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
R. A. M.--Regular convocation o
St. Joseph Chanter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing companlone welcome.
Everett McFarlnd, High Priest
Edgar Smith, Secretary
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Pirt St Joe Lodge
No 111, F. & A. M. every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
ROY L. BURCH, W. M.
ROY K. BLACKSHEAR, Sec
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of:
EMMA C. ANDERSON,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Em-
ma C. Anderson, deceased, are
hereby notified 'and required to file
any claims or demands which they
may have against said estate in the
office of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the 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 or residence 'and post-office
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his
agent, or his attorney, or it will be-
come void according to law.
/s/ W. 0. ANDERSON,
Executor of the Estate of
Emma. C. Anderson, deceased
November 1, 1962 4t
Silas R. 'Stone
Attorney for Executor
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR GULF
In Re: Estate of:
EARL CHITTY, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Earl
Chitty, deceased, are hereby noti-
fied and required *o file any claims
or demands 'which they may have
against said estate in the office of
the County Judge of Gulf County,
Florida, in the courthouse at We-
wahitchka, Gulf County, Florida,
within six calendar months from
the date of the first publication of
this notice. Each claim or demand
must 'be in writing 'and must state
the -place or residence and post of-
firce address of the claimant and
By LAMAR MOORE
Vitro took all the daylight out
from between them and first place
Pulp Mill. Laboratory kicked Paper
Mill around for three points. Elec-
tric Meter came out on top 'off
Glidden three to one and Vitro took
all tour points from Box Plant.
Back Maintenance lowered the
Pulp Mill into teh tie with Vitro
by 'taking two points. Rod Jensen
was the ibig gun for Maintenance
at 535. Rod did this to 'get even
with oy Adams. John McKenzie
helped Rod embarras the Pulp
Mill when he hit 'a 457. Peanut
McCroan, 405, Jimmy Burke 380
and Archie Leimorts at 379 brought
up the remainder.
Joe Davis hit a 501 to save face.
George Hunter collected a 486 and
Moore a meazley 463. Foy Adams
and Daryl iStrickland helped pre-
vent 'disaster for the Pulpers.
Need I remind Rod Jensen, that
he will have to account for this
in our next meeting.
4. :. ..
On lanes three and four, the Lab-
,oratory jumped on Paper Mill for
'three points. Tom Thornton put to-
gether three 'good games for a 469.
J. C. McArdle proved to 'be most of
the -difference as 'he rolled a very
high 424. This is high series for J.
C. so far this .season. Martin' Britt
really came through for the Chem-
ist at 389. Even Baynard Malone
was hot as 'he rolled a 358.
The Paper Mill never got off the
floor, save the last match, when
they 'won, 692 to 676. Billy Joe Da-
vis was king pin for the Paper boys
at 465. Bill Whaley was using a
left hanedd ball so you can under-
stand why he managed only a 404.
Paul Blount rolled two good games
and finished 'at 367.
Electric Meter shocked Glidden
on lanes five and -six. 'Sonny Counts
led the attack for the Meter boys.
Piete Farris rolled a respectable 422
for his first league competition.
Jim Harrison went wild in the first
game with 'a 164. Jimmy had a 392
must be sworn to by the claimant,
his agent, or his attorney, or it will
become void according to law.
Dated October 17, 1962.
MARY LOUISE CHITTY,
Administratrix of the Estate
of Earl Chitty, Deceased.
William J. Rish
303 Fourth Street
Port 'St. Joe, Florida
Attorney for Administratrix 4t
First publication on October 18,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY. CHANCERY No.
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT
PORT ST. JOE, A Florida banking
ST. JOE HARDWARE COMPANY,
WATSON SMITH and wife,
PAULINE S. SMITH,
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby 'given that, pur-
suant to a Final Decree of Foreclo-
sure entered in the above entitled
cause, in ,the 'Circuit Court of Gulf
County, Florida, I will sell the pro-
perty situate in Gulf County, des-
cribed as follows:
Lot Twenty-nine (29) and East
half (E) of Lot Twenty-seven
(27), Block Eighteen (18), accord-
ing to the official map of the
,City of Port 'St. Joe, Florida, on
file in the office of the 'Clerk of
G'ircuit Court 'of Gulf County,
at public .sale, to the highest and
'best bidder for cash, at the front
-door of the Gulf County Courthouse
in Wewahitchika, Florida, at 11:30
A.M., Central Standard Time, on
Monday, November 19, 1962,
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court. It
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high honors for Glidden. Dewey THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1962
team took three games when Ann
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Patterson, after a bad start, fin-
ished at 412. Charles Tharpe was a good series though with her
.cool at 354. Glidden suffered for the games of 123, 127 and 103 giving
lack of bowlers as they 'had only her a series of 353. Lou Taylor was
three to show up. back and helped the cause by roll-
V:t P* :* ing a 324 series. Betty Whitehurst
Vitro took four big points from and Francis Graham were not quite
a helpless Box Plant crew. These 'up to par with their series of 249
points put Vitro into a tie with Pulp and 312. Dot Creamer was out due
Mill for first place. R. Whitehurst to illness, but maybe she will be
hogged all sorts of honors with a back soon to help her team 'win
211 game and 525 series. R'a'ndy those points.
McClain was showing- Whitehurst Ed's Florist 'was on lane three
and finished at 490. Roy Kennedy and all of them had pretty good
had a good night, as idd Danny series. Wynell Burke led the way
Maddoxi Bill Tew was cold at 378. with a series -of 349 and right be-
John Brown and Lee Taylor rol- hind her with a 342 was Elise Rog-
led 'well enough to win but didn't ers. Lucy Greene had a series of
have enough help. Marvin Bearden 323, Cutchie Brown a 308 and Alice
*wa, off at 295. Machen ,a 262.
Team Standing W L Judy McClain had the best series
Pulp Mill 26 10 for IGA Foodliner with her good
Vitro Services ------ 26 10 series of 345, including a game of
Back Maintenance -....... 21 15 140. Sally White rolled a good ser-
Laboratory 19 17 ies of 332. Jean Strobel had a good
Glidden 17 19 game of 139 that helped her to get
Paper Mill 12 24 ,a series .of 316. Ruth Ramsey and
Electric Meter -----...... 12 24 Glenda Burgin had series of 299
Box Plant 11 25 and 211 respectively.
-- (Team Standings W L
LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE Jitney Jungle ----------24 8
By RUTH RAMSEY Pete's Laundry ---- 19 13
On lane one, the Jitney Jungle Ed's Florist 15 17