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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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SHARK'S STARTING LINEUP-The above line has SHARK LINE-UP-In Front is manager, Char- Norton Kilbourn, David Young, Eugene Grif- FRIDAY'S STARTING BACKFIELD -
earned the berth of the starting forward wall for the les Thomas. Front row, left to right is: Mike fin, Al Cathey. Third row: Coach Lamar Faison, Pictured above is the backfield which will
Sharks tomorrow night. They are, left to right: Bobby White, Pete Fox, Charles Zimmerman, Joe Lonnie Smith, Paul Robbins, Wayne Tindel, Bob start against Apalachicola here Friday
Wiley, Harold Keels, Clifford Wimberly, Jimmie Gainnie, Brock, Jerry Branch, Albert Gentry, Jack Craig, Harold Keels, Bobby Wiley, Tommy night. They, are left to right, Lonnie Smith,
Paul Robbins, Billy Versiga and Wayne Tindel. Wyche, Joe Garcia, Eric Hammond, David Dic- Sisk, Clifford Wimberly, Jimmie Gainnie, and Tommy Sisk, Bob Craig and Tommy Wil-
key, Rickey Godfrey. Second row: Jerry Par- Tommy Williams, Coaches Marion Craig and liams. (Star photos)
rish, Charles Gibson, Junior Nichols, David Bab- Wayne Taylor.
bitt, Larry Allen, Billy Versiga, Herbert Smith,




SHARKS OPEN AGA NST APALACHICOLA HERE FRIDAY NIGHT


The Port St. Joe Sharks will open their 1962
football season tomorrow night at the Port St.
Joe High School Athletic Field against their long-
time rivals, the Apalachicola Sharks. Game time
will be at 8:00 p.m. Admission will be $1.25 for


adults and 75c for students.
In addition to the usual good football game
that is played when Port St. Joe and Apalachicola
get together, the fans will be treated to a half
time show presented by the Port St .Joe High


School Band.
The Sharks begin a 10-game season with the
same opponents as last year with but one excep-
tion-the Sharks will play their tenth game of
the season against Apalachicola again-in the


"Oyster City". This game replaces Florida High
School of Tallahassee on the Sharks schedule.
Fans in Port St. Joe are urged to come out
tomorrow night and see the 1962 version of the
Sharks in action.


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THE STAR


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valey"
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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
It where we can speak with It ,
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchant


TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1962


Henderson Charges Nol Prossed.


State. Files New Charge
Against Former City Clerk

Charges of ,grand larceny against
R. W. Henderson, former Port St.
Joe City Auditor and Clerk were
nol pressed by the State of Florida
in Gulf County Circuit Cuort Tues-
day. The case was dropped by the
state far lack of evidence.
On the heels of the dismissal of
the case against Henderson for
grand larceny, the state filed a
new case against Henderson for
'embezzlement in the -amount of
$800.00. This case will be tried in
the February term of court.
Henderson was arrested on the
new charge Tuesday afternoon and
was immediately released on $1,-
000.00 bail.
Henderson was scheduled to be
tried Tuesday on a charge of grand
larceny in the amount of $9,800.00.
Other Cases
Two other cases were nol pressed
Tuseday in Circuit Court.
A charge of perjury against Bes-
sie Griffin was dropped as was. a
charge of grand larceny against
Hubert Griffin.
Monday, Wilbur Branch was
found not ,guilty to a charge of
shooting a -domestic animal.
Branch testified that the 'animal',
a hog, along with several other
hogs had invaded his property and
when he tried to chase them away
they had "come at him" and he
shot -at the hog.
Homer Scott, -charged with for-
gery was found not 'guilty in a di-
rected verdict by Judge Fitzpat-
rick. Scott had written out several
checks for another man who could
not write, at his request, and had
not tried to cash any of the checks.
Roy Teat Jenks changed his plea
of not guilty to a charge of with-
holding support to minor children
to a plea of guilty. Judge Fitzpat-
rick ordered him to pay $10.00 a
week to the children.
The case of Homer Goff, charged
with breaking -and entering was due
on the court docket yesterday, but
the results of the trial were not
known at press time yesterday
afternoon.
-X


City Gets Share

Of Smoke Taxes

Thomas E. Lee, Jr., director of
the State Beverage Department re-
ports that net cigarette tax col-
lections for the monh of July, 1962
amounted to $2,993,146.87. Of this
amount $995,630.75 will go to the
? state general revenue fund and the
remaining $1,997,516.12 will be dis-
tributed to qualified municipalities.
The City of Port St. Joe received
$2,295.46 of these funds.


Mayo Reaffirms Traffic Count of Road;

Opposes New Bridge At Overstreet


Local Student

Council! Members

Attend Meeting

Last Friday .morning a delegation
of Student Council members from
Port St. Joe High School left for
an executive board meeting of the
Florida Association of Student
Councils held at. Mainland High
School in Daytona Beach. Those
attending from Port St. Joe were:
Catherine Duren, president of the
Student Council; Sandra Baxley,
vice-president; James Goodman,
treasurer; Wally Dodson, and Leon
Hobbs, representatives. Accompany-
ing the students was James H.
Moore, advisor to the Port St. Joe
High School Student Council.
A 'business meeting was held at
Mainland High School concerning
the forthcoming Florida Associa-
tion of .Student Councils Conven-
tion to be held at Mainland in the
early Spring. Port St. Joe is the
vice-president of the state organi-
zation and will be responsible for
securing discussion leaders for 15
topics of interest to Council mem-
bers. In adidtion the Port St. Joe
delegation will preside at the an-
nual banquet and introduce the
guests and feature 'speakers. The
association hopes to be able to
secure one of America's astronauts
as feautred speaker at the gather-
ing.
Other schools sending delegates
to the Executive Board meeting
were Plant High School, Tampa;
P. K. Yonge, Gainesville; Landon
High School. Jacksonville and
Mainland of Daytona Beach. Dr.
Victor B. Johnson of the State De-
partment of Education and Mrs.
Hazel T. Morgan, Florida Youth
Leader were also in attendance.
Delegates were housed with stu-
dents from Mainland High School.
Mr. Moore was lodged at the home
of the late John D. Rockefeller of
Standard Oil fame. Mr. Moore re-
ported that his visit to the Rocke-
feller home was very intere:tinj..
Saturday afternoon the delegates
started for their return to Port St.
Joe. They visited Silver Springs
and the Ross Allen attractions near
Ocala. After an interesting visit 'he
group moved on to Perry where
they spent the night. Some of the
delegates took advantage of the
stop to enjoy a swim in the motel
swimming pool.
Sunday afternoon the group rea-
ched Port St. Joe. All the delegates
said the trip and business meeting
(Continued On Page 4)


The Gulf County Commission had
an abbreviated meeting Tuesday
spending most of their time discus-
sing several items rather -than tak-
ing any definite action on several
items of business.
In answering a query as to the
validity of a traffic count made on
the Overstreet Road made at the
last meeting .by William T. Mayo,
State Road Board member, a letter
was read from Mayo reaffirming
his count and stating that he still
could not justify a permanent
bridge over the Intracoastal Canal
at Overstreet.
Representative-elect Ben C. Wil-
liams had questioned the accuracy
of the count at the last Commis-
sion meeting.
In another piece of business the
County announced that 'arrange-
ments had been made for the lease
of a four-acre tract of land in the
old St. Joe Lumber and Export
Company property for the purpose
of parking and storing Mosquito
Control equipment. The property in
question belongs -to the St. Joe Pa-
per Company and contains a large
lumber shed owned by the former
lumber company, which will be
puirchasield iby the county to be
used as 'a garage.
The lease of the ,property wil be
on a 'month to month basis.
The County Board will call for
,bids for gasoline and oil to be used
by the county during the new fis-
cal year on October 9. The bids will
be opened at the regular meeting
of the Board.



Kiwanis Club

qkrs Educator

Jack Miller, professor of the De-
partment of Business at Gulf Coast
Junior College in. Panama City
spoke to the Port St. Joe Kiwanis
Club Tuesday on the theme of pro-
fits being necessary.
Miller declared several basic fac-
tors to the necessity of profits dur-
ing the course of his talk, includ-
ing these points: Profit has been
the basic factor that has given us
the greatest living standard in the
world. Profits tend to increase em-
ployment. Profits help plants to
modernize and stay more competi-
tive. Profits are essential for con-
tinued growth in industry. Profits
are the background of the Ameri-
can way of life.
Miller said that all of these facts
have been proven Utime and time
again. He stressed the fact that
unless the businesses of America
(Continued On Page 4)


Receives Citizenship Papers


Helene Ferris, owner and operator of Helene's Beauty Shop be-
came a naturalized citizen of the United States on September 6
in Tallahassee. She entered the United States on February 12, 1959,
Since then she has resided at Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe. She
came here from Wurzberg, Germany.
She now resides with her husband Michael and her son Billy
at 1907 Long Avenue.


Incumbents Win




In City Election


Paper Mill

Will Resime

Operations

T. S. Coldewey, Vice-President
in charge of operations at the St.
Joe Paper Company announced
yesterday that the mill will re-
sume operations on Monday, Sep-
tember 17 at 3:00 p.m. The mill
has been shut down for two
weeks due to lack of orders.
Coldewey said that it appear-
ed that the mill would be able to'
run the remainder of the year
without a forced shutdown.


Shark Boosters Gain Support


Marion Parker approached the
Port St. Joe Jaycees Tuesday night
with a proposal to form a Shark
Boosters Association and asked the
Jaycees to endorse and sponsor
-such an association until it could
get organized. The Jaycees voted
unanimously to do so.
Parker said that the objective of
the club would be to supplement
-the high school athletic association
with funds when needed; propose
and support projects such as a
fence around the playing field;
,purchase film to take movies of
the football games and possibly
providing travel for the team to
and from games.
Booster members would be of-
fered reserved seats at football
games, reserved parking and tick'
ets in' advance for out of town


House Fire Causes

Little Damage Tuesday

The home of Harry Lee Smith on
First Street was damaged slightly
by fire of undetermined origin ear-
ly Tuesday morning. The alarm was
sounded at 12:30 a.m.
Smith awoke in his home to find
it filled with smoke. He went into
an adjoining room to awaken his
mother and get her out of the
house and theq called the fire de-
partment.
The fire department found the
house completely filled with smoke
'but very little fire. The blaze had
-evidently started in a small parti-
tion 'at the rear of the home and
had burned a small hole through
ithe rear of the home and scorched
a part of the ceiling.


games, etc.
Parker said an organizational'
meeting would 'be held next Thurs-
day night, September 20 at the High
School Auditorium. Coach Marion
Craig has acquired a film of last
year's Florida-Auburn football game
to show !the group attending.
Anyone interested in the welfare
of the football team is urged to
attend this organizational meeting.
Proposed club dues will be $5.00
per year .and 200 members is the
present goal for membership.


Last Rites Today

For T. J. Stripling

T. J. (Jeff) Stripling, age 89,
passed away early Wednesday af-
ter a lingering illness of four years.
He was a resident of Oak Grove
.for the past 15 years, and formerly
operated a grocery store in Oak
Grove.
He is survived by two sons, Ross
and Willie of Wewahitchka; three
daughters, Mrs. Ilene Gay of Oak
Grove, Mrs. R. B. Nations and Mrs.
Mildred Lanier, both of Wewahitch-
ka; a sister, Mrs. Florence Jerni-
gan of Crestview; 18 grandchildren
and 14 great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held this
afternoon at 3:00 p.m. from the
Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
with Rev. Fred Hunt, the pastor,
officiating. Interment will be in
Jehu Cemetery in Wewahitchka.
Pallbearers will be Sammy Pat-
rick, B. E. Parker, Kenneth Creech,
Joel Lovett, Ernest Lightfoot and
Carlos Miles.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.


Bowdoin Says High

School Fills Needs

Leroy Bowdoin., principal of the
Port St. Joe High School told the
Rotary Club of the situation of the
local high school at their regular
meeting Thursday.
Bowdoin said that the school was
in good shape insofar as classrooms
are concerned. He said that the
special activities rooms were very
inadequate for the school. The li-
brary, lunch room, physical educa-
tion facilities, home making depart-
ment, auditorium and gymnasium,
and locker space are all critically
short said Bowdoin, in keeping
with the school population.
On the credit side of the ledger
Bowdoin praised his instructors as
being entirely adqeuate for the job
and had nothing but praise for the
curriculum being presented and
the results achieved.
Bowdoin said that math, English
and science divisions of the local
high school were considerably
above the average of the state. He
stated that where the student was
interested, the curriculum could
prepare him for entrance to any
college in the land or would better
equip him to go directly into the
working world.

GLADIOLUS CIRCLE TO
MEET SEPTEMBER 13
The Gladiolus Circle of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club will meet Sep-


Less Than Half

of Voters Voted


All three incumbent candidates
retained their seats in Tuesday's
Municipal Election.
Mayor Frank Hannonh, unopposed
on the ballot received 582 votes to
retain his seat. Hannon received
a rash of write-in opponents who
gleaned a total of 51 votes-the
most of which went to Bill Carr
who received 10 write-ins. Carr re-
ceived four other votes, but the
spelling of the !name was different
and had to ,be considered as an-
other person by those counting the
ballots.
Receiving write-ins for Mayor
were: Joe 'Christain, 1; Woodrow
Henderson, 1; W. H. Carr, 3; Bill
Carr, 10; John Simpson, 1; B!ll
Car, 1; Silas R. Stone, 2; Elmer
Rawls, 1; Edd Wood, 4; Edd Woods
1; Edward J. Woods, 1; R. H. ElI-
zey, 1; J. C. Belin, 1; R. H. Elzle,
1; Dam Peters, 1; Damon Peters,
2; John M. White, 1; Bob Sidwell,
1; H. C. Brown, 1; John Robert
Smith, 1; Tom Coldewey, 1; Joe
Christian, 2; Clyde Fite, 1; Marion
Parker, 1; Gannon Buzzett, 1; Bas-
com Hamm, 1; Homer Goff, 1;
Mickey Stone, 1; R. W. Henderson,
2; Fred Perry, 1; Frank Pate, 1;
and Bob Fallski, 2.
In City Commission Group 1, un-
opposed Tom S. Coldewey received
648 to insure his re-election over
his group of write-in opponents. Re-
ceiving write-in votes in this Group
were: Ben Williams, 1; Joe Ferrell,
1; Raymond Driebach, 1; Bob Ell-
zey, 2; A. J. Owens, 1 and Andy
Gump, 1.
Incumbent John Robert Smith-
the only candidate with announced
opposition-insured his re-election
without a run-off by 23 votes. If
Smith had not received more votes
than all his opponents, then he
would have been, thrown into a
run-off two weeks hence.
Smith received 368 votes. His op-
ponents received votes as follows:
E. F. Gunn, 235; A. E. (Ed) John-
son 109 and a write-in, Oscar Hum-
phrey, 1 vote.
Only 732 votes were cast out
of a possible 1616 registered vot-
ers. This means that 451 percent
of those registered, cast their
votes Tuesday.

Off To College
Bob Daffin, of Panama City, Miss
Kay Creech, Miss Eve Rutland and


tember 13 at 3:00 p.m. at the home Dusty Rutland will leave Sunday
ol Mrs. I. W. Duren. Co-hostess for Wilmore, Ky., to begin study at
will be Mrs. Dave Jones. Asbury College.









peare
Mayor Presents Copy of Florida's Th

First Constitution To Historical Society in
no af
Histo'
The St. Joseph Historical Society William H. Howell, Jr., displayed ing cc
held their regular meeting Septem- a most interesting collection. of Ref
her 1, and had as their guest Mayor early railroad pictures, follow
Frank Hannon and City Clerk J. B. B. A. Pridgeon, Sr., related the edition
Williams. story of the building of the replica Howe
Mayor Hannon, in behalf of the of the engine in the museum. Mr. Mrs.
City Commission of Port St. Joe, Pridgeon himself had a major part B. A.
presented the historical society in this project. B. Sn
with a .photostatic copy of Florida's A discussion ensued regarding
first constitution and a group of the proposed creation of a Gulf
'pictures of historical significance. County Historical Commission. Atten
They are to be retained by the his- The St. Joseph Historical Society Mr.
torical society as long as it may wishes to make public the follow- tende
remain active but revert back to ling statement wihch is contrary to White
the city should it become inactive, a news item which recently ap- burn.


d.
proposed Gulf County Histor-
Commission is a separate and
endent commission and has
filiation with the St. Joseph
rical Society other than shar-
ommon goals.
reshments were served to the
ring members present in ad-
a to the guests: William H.
11, Jr., Mrs. R. H. Brinson,
Ned :S. Porter, Mr. and Mrs.
. Pridgeon, Sr., and Charles
aith.


d Graduation
and Mrs. Terry Hinote at-
d the graduation of Sheila
; Hinote August 24 from Au-


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The Golden Agers Club .had its
usual meeting Monday night to the
enjoyment of a congenial 'group.
For the benefit of several who were
absent on account of Illness or va-
cations, we relived the highlights
of the last meeting when two birth-
days and a wedding anniversary
were celebrated.
Each month, the club devotes one
night to those occurring during the
month. Mr. Fillingim and Mr. Brin-
son had birthdays on the same date
though they're not the same age
and the Brinsons celebrated their
60th wedding anniversary. The
beautIfully decorated anniversary
cake was also delicious, and the
odd and unusual gifts and cards
created much merriment. Many
amusing stories and anecdotes
were related Iby various members.
Two new members were intro-
duced to the group, Mrs. Dessie Lee
Parker and Mrs. Kennedy. Several
who had been absent on 'the pre-
vious meeting were welcomed back
making 18 present. On the fourth
Monday night of this month, we
will again be featuring birthdays
and anniversaries of which there
are quite a few. Plans are shaping
up for a 'gala night on Hallowe'en.
We are purchasing song books and
other things which will add to our
comfort and enjoyment.
The time of the meeting has
been changed from 8:00 p.m. to
7:30 p.m. We are sure there are
many others who are eligible and
would enjoy the club, and we in-
vite them just to come and see.
Hostesses for the evening were
Mrs. Vanlandingham and Mrs.
Daughtry who served open-face
Sandwiches, cookies and lemonade.


INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE
The Industrial League started
the new season off with a bang
Tuesday night. Six teams were
evenly matched and the winners
were in doubt until the show was
over.
Charles Marshall's serves of 475,
Tom Thornton's series of 439 and
Martin Britt's series of 351 led the
way for the laboratory to take
three points from the back mainten-
ance team. J. C. McArdle shot a
348 series and Baynard Malone a
266 series .for the laboratory.
All wasn't lost for back main-
tenance however, as they managed
to take one point behind the shoot-
ing of Buford Griffin and John
McKenzie. Buford racked up a
series of 467 and "Hook" McKen-
zie a series of 380. Peanut Mc-
Croan was "off" with his series of
360. Cecil Linton tossed a series
of 354 and Shag Roberts rolled a
259 for his first night.
4:. 4. :.
Lanes five and six were used to
good advantage by the ,box plant
crew. They shocked 'the electric
meter team by taking four big
points. Lee Taylor bowled well and
came off with high man honors
with his -series of 459. Goober Dun-
lap contributed a 434 series and
"I'll be John Brown" if John Brown
didn't shoot a 398 series. Dave
Sprague and Marvin Bearden fol-
low.ed with totals of 375 and 298.
The electric meter boys didn't
go -down without a battle. They lost
the second contest by 17 pins and
the third 'by 15 -pins. Jay W. Bou-
ington showed that he is to be
reckoned with later on as he shot
a nice 442 series. Jay was followed
by Dave Jones with a 389, Bob
Jackson with a 326, .Sam Harmon
with a 314 and Jimmy Harrison's
294. This .team showed well and is
bound to -make some of the others
sit up and take notice as ,the sea-
son progresses.
... .. ...
Another evenly matched pair of
teams squared off on lanes seven
and eight. When the smoke from
Vitro's guns cleared they 'had. low-
ered the boom on the Glidden team
for three points. Bill Tew had three
good games, 147, 152 and 150 to
pave the way. Nice going Bill. R.
S. Kennedy wasn't far behind Mr.
Tew as he rolled a series of 422.
Randy McClain was next at 410.
R. B. Richardson's 355 and Danny
Maddox's 285 brought up the rear
for Vitro. .
Glidden mhist have suffered from
stage fright as Lou Little was the
only man to shoot over 400. Lew
rolled a 419. Sonny Dean's 392,
Charles Tharpe' s365, Dewey Pat-
terson's 359 and Dick Sweitzel's
318 accounted for the remainder.


Golden Agers

Club Meets


book
early


it


deal with events relating to
St. Joseph and its destruc-


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1962


BOWLING


NEWS fI


Glidden managed to salvage the
second match 605 to 579.


Marietta C. Bricker

Receives Master

Of Arts Degree

Mrs. Marietta Chafin Bricker re-
ceived her Master of Arts degree
at Baylor University, Waco, Texas,
August 24.
Marietta was born in Blounts-
town, March 11, 1938. 'She attend-
,ed public schools at Port St. Joe
and was graduated in 1955 from
Port ,St. Joe High School. :She com-
pleted the first two years of her
college education at Judson Col-
lege in Marion, Alabama. The fol-
lowing fall she transferred to Bay-
lor University where she received
in the 'spring of 1959 a Bachelor of
Arts Degree with a major in Eng-
lish 'and minors in education and
religion. She received a graduate
assistantship for 'the year of 1959-
1960 to teach freshman English at
Baylor while continuing her 'studies
toward a Master 'of Arts degree in
English. On August 6, 1960, she
-was married to Bill Kenneth Brick-
er, also a Baylor graduate. While
her husband was attending 'South-
western Baptist Theological Semi-
nary in Fort Worth, Texas, she
completed the last two required
courses 'at Texas Christian Univer-
sity for her -degree to transfer back
to Baylor. Dr. Charles G. Smith
directed her thesis, "Proverbial In-
vectives Against Women", which
was began in the fall of 1960. In
her spare time she visited libraries
making a collection of these pro-
verbs and writing a thirty-three
page introductory essay to show
the purpose 'and history of pro-
verbial invectives against women
and how they found an important
place in English proverb lore.
In 1961, during the time Marietta
was enrolled as a graduate 'student
at Baylor University but not ac-
'tually attending classes, she was
elected to membership in the Texas
Gamma Chapter of the Alpha 'Chi
National Honor Society. Members
are .elected from the top five per
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.WW* AR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, September 13 1962

LEGAL ADVERTISING WATSON SMITH nad wife, PAUL.NE S.
Defendants.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, NOTICE OF SUIT
GULF LOUNTI, FLORIDA. TO: WATSuO. S.MIlTH, whose address is
INL lHO IAT FL52&/2 kuurtt Strert, Port St. Joe, Flor-
IN Rn: Eistte of ida, but wiuse whereabouts is unknown:
UARLAID iFRANCIS LAWRENCE, ou are hereby required to lile your
deksed. RwrlE~,. defense,, if any, ui the above pro.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ueed,iigs in thiis Court and serve a copy of
All creditors of the estate of Garland the same upon the attorney for the Plain-
Prasuct Lawrence, deceased, are hereby no- Ltif uu or before the 24th Lday o Septemin
tified and required to file any claims or b r, i12, the nature of which proceeding
miandli which they have against said es- is a suit to foreclose a mortgage from
t of of the County Judge of Watson Smith and wife, Pauline S. Smith,
lorida, in the Courthouse at to Florida National Bank at Port St. Joe,
SFlorida within sx (6) calsaid mortgage being dated October 20, 1961,
at a, orida, withe dinate of th(6)e first and recorded in official Records Book 9,
penblication of this notice. Each claim or at pages 658-661, Public Records of Gulf
publications sof h noilree Eah mlaim r 1 g Floride rndpencumbering the ol-
demaid must be in writing and must state County, Florida, and encumbering the fo
the place of residence and post office uw Tw described property, to-wit:
address of the claimant and must be sworn ) of Lo t Twenty- ) sd the West hafin
to by the claimant, his agent, or his attor- ) of LoEighteen T (18), in thy-seven (27), inty of
ney, or it will become void according to Port St Joe, Florida, according to the
law. RANCES. H. LAWRENCE official map on file in the office of the
/uicu L tH WAi W of C Clerk of Circuit Court of Gulf County,
E-ecutrix of the Wilof f Florida, lying in and being a part of the
Garland Francis Lawrence, SE,/ of the NWiy/ of Section 1, Town-
deceased., ship 8 Auth, Range 11 West, and ly-
CECIL 0. C orl!T, JR. ing South of the right-of-way of the
2' l Reid A venue Apalachicola Northern Railroad.
Attorney for Executrix 4t-8-2 DONE AND ORDERED at Wewahitchka,
Firstublication on t 28, 1962 Gulf County, Florida, this 22nd day of
August, A. D., 1962.
/e/ GEORGE Y. CORE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLRT, Clerk of Circuit Court 4t
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. Gulf County, Florida 8-28
IN PROBATE. SILAS R. STONE
DI RE: Estate of 321 Reid Avenue
ALLIE C. PORTER, Port St. Joe, Florida
Deceased ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
NOTICE TO CREDITORS it
All creditors of the estate of Allie C. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Porter, deceased, are hereby notified and FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
required to file any claims or demands FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
which they may have against said estate OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF
in the office of Sam P. Husband, County COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Judge of Gulf County, Florida, in the FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT PORT ST.
Courthotue at Wewalitchka, Florida, within JOE, a Florida banking corporation,
hix 46) calendar months from the date of Plaintiff,
the first publication of this notice. Each W S-S-
claim or demand must be in writing and WATSON SMITH and wife, PAULINE S.
must state the place of residence and post SMITH,
offt:e address of the claimant and must Defendants.
be sworn to by the claimant, his agent or NOTICE OF SUIT
his attorney, or it will become void accord- TO: WATSON SMITH, whose address is
ng attorney, or lw. t wll become vod a 5251/ Fourth Street, Port St. Joe, Flor-
Augfut 28. 1962. ida, but whose whereabouts is unknown:
/Augut .B PORTER, Rou are hereby required to file your
Administrator of the estate of written defenses, if any, in the above pro-
Admllistrat 0. Porter, deeased. o ceedings in this Court and serve a copy
I AllC e O. Porter, deceased of the same upon the attorney for the
PortL oe, Florida 4t8-28 Plaintiff on or before the 24th day of Sep-
Attorney for Administrator tember. 1962, the nature of which suit is
First publication on August 23, 1962. to foreclose a mortgage from Watson Smith
and wife, Pauline S. Sfith, to Florida Na-
tional Bank at Port St. Joe, said mortgage
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE being dated February 27, 1962, and re-
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT corded in Official Records Book 12, page
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF 479 Public Records of Gulf County, Flor- S
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. ida. and encumbering the following des- 3
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT PORT ST. cribed property, to-wit: A
JOE, a Florida banking corporation, Lot number one 1) of the Lapeyrouse
Plaintilff, parcel Two Estate as described in Deed
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loiuws: b; UhortiL half of North half SmnT
of0 %urth half of the following described Defsadsts.
real estate; That part ol Fractional Sec- NOTICE OF SUIT
ioun V, lowafiiui 7 noutl, Range 8 TO: WATSON SMITH, whose address i.
West, bounded as follows: From the 625/a Fourth Street, Port St. Joe, Flor-
Northwest corner of said Fractional Sec- ida, but whose whereabouts is unknown;
tion u run .outh along necuio line 2040 You are hereby required to file your writ-
teet; thence run tEasa 11226 feet, more ten defenses, if any, in the above proceed
or less, to the West bank of the Bro- ings in this Court and serve a copy of th,
therse iver to a point; thence run North- same upon the attorney for the Plaintiff
weaserly lor 277 leet for the point ol on or before the 24th day of September.
beginning; thence run in a Northwesterly 19( the nature of which proceeding is a
direction up the West bank of said ri- suit to foreclose a mortgage from Watson
ver for 82U ieet; thence run West 206 Smith and wife, Pauline 53. Smith, to Flor
feet; thence run in a Southeasterly direc- ida National Bank at Port St. Joe, said
tion 8-0 feet to a point distant 206 teet mortgage being dated November 28, 1961.
West of the point of beginning; thence and recorded in Official Records Book 10,
East 205 feet to point of beginning. Pages 246.247, Public Records of Gulf
Lot number two (2) of the Lapeyrouse County, Florida, and encumbering the fol-
Parcel Two Estate as described in Deed lowing described property, to-wit:
Book 28, page 43, Public Records of Lot Twenty-nine (29) and East half (E'/,)
Gulf County, Florida; and also described of Lot Twenty-seven (27), Block Eigh-
as fololws: The South half of North hall teen (18), according to the official map
of North half of the following described of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, on
real estate: That part of Fractional Sec- file in the office of the Clerk of Circuit
tion 9, Township 7 South, Range 8 West, Court of Gulf County, Florida.
bounded as follows: From the Northwest DONE AND ORDERED at Wewahltchka,
corner of said Fractional Section 9 run Gull County Florida, this 22nd day of
South along South Section line for 28'0 August, A. D. 1968.
feet; thence run East 8225 feet, more fs/ GEORGE Y. CCRE
or less, to the West bank of the Bro- Clerk of Circuit Court
there River to a point; thence run North- Gulf County, Florida
westerly up the West bank of the Bro- SILAS R. STONE 4t-8-28
others River for 277 feet for point of be- 821 Reid Avenue
ginning; thence run Northwesterly up Port St. Joe, Florida
the West bank of said river for 280 feet; ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
thence run West 208 feet; thence run in I
a Southeasterly direction 810 feet to a
point distant 205 feet West of point of IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
beginning; thence East 206 feet to point COURT, GULF COUNTY,
of beginning. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
Lot number three (3) of the Lapeyrouse L
parcel Two Estate as described in Deed In Re: Estate of
Book 28, page 43, public records of SAMUEL BLAIR SHUFORD,
Gulf County, Florida; and also described deceased.
as follows: The North half of the South
half of the North half of the following NOTICE TO CREDITORS
described real estate: That part of Frac- All creditors of the estate of
tional Section 9, Township 7 South, Samuel Blair Shuford, deceased,
Range 8 West bounded as follows: From
the Northwest corner of said Fractional are hereby notified and required to
Section 9 run South along Section line file any claims or demands which
2640 feet; thence run East 8225 feet, they may have against said estate
more or less, to the West bank of the
Brothers River to point; thence run in the office of the County Judge
Northwesterly for 277 feet for the point of Gulf County, Florida, in the
of beginning; thence run in a Northwes- Courthouse at Wewahltchka, Flor-
terly direction up the- West bank of said
riper for 820 feet; thence run West 208 Ida, wlUhn six (6) calendar months
feet; thence run in a Southeasterly direc- from the date of the first publica-
tion 810 feet to a point distant 205 feet tion of this notice. Each cliam or
West of the point of beginning; thence demand must be In writing and
East 205 feet to point of beginning, demand ut ritn and
All of said property lying and being in must state the place or residence
Fractional Section 9, Township 7 South, and post-office address of the claim.
Range 8 West, Gulf County, Florida.
DONE AND ORDERED at Wewahitchka, meant and must be sworn to by the
Gulf County, Florida, this 22nd day of claimant, his agent, or his attorney,
August, A. D., 1962. or it willbecome voidceordling to
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE at come
Clerk of Circuit Court 4t laW.
Gulf County, Florida 8-28 /a/ LOIS HILL SHUFORD
2ILAS R. STONE Administratrix of the Estate
Port St. Joe, Florida of Samuel Blair Shutord,
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF deceaed.
SILAS IL. STON 4t-$-9


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH=
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
LORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT PORT ST.
IE, a Florida banking corporation,
Plaintiff,
-vs-_
--V-v-
ATSON SMITH,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
o: WATSON SMITH, whose address is
525'/2 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, but whose whereabouts is unIknow:
You are hereby required to file yoqr
written defenses, if any, in the above pro-
edings in this Court and serve a copy
the same upon the attorney for the
aintiff on or before the 24th day of
september, 1962, the nature of which pro-
eding is a suit to foreclose a chattel
mortgage from Watson Smith to Florida
itional Bank at Port St. Joe, said chattel
mortgage and lien being recorded with the
otor Vehicle Commission of Tallahassee,
orida, and encumbering the following chat-
s, to-wit:
One 1958 Pontiac 4 Dr., Model A8588H,
I. D. Number A 858 H 8462.
DONE AND ORDERED at Wewahitchka,
[lf County, Florida, this 22nd day of
gust, 1962.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
LAS R. STONE 4t-8-28
1 Reid Avenue
rt St. Joe, Florida
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
IN THE CIRCUIT OOURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
ORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT PORT ST.
E, a Florida banking corporation,
Plaintiff,


Attorney for Administratrix
August 9, 19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOSEPHINE B. SHARIT,
Deceased
TO All Creditors and Persons
Having Cllaims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified to file in duplicate all
claims and demands which you have
against the estate of Josephine B.
Sharit, deceased, In the office of
S P. Husband, County Judge, at
his office in the Court House at
Wewahitchka, Florida, within six
calendar months from August 80,
1962, which is the date of the first
publication of this notice. Each
claim or demand must be In writ-
ing, must state the place of resi-
dence and post office address of
the claimant, must be sworn to
and must be filed as aforesaid, or
else same will 'become void.
JOE L, SHARIT, jr.
Bxecutor. 4t-8-0


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Coon Hound Race
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There will be another coanhound
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Afte rall the dogs have been en-
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across the water -and up -a tree. The
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The races will be held one mile
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TH9 STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, September 13 1962 shall nevertheless be liable to indictment, constitutional liberty, in order to secure its
Trial and punishment according to law. benefits, form a more perfect government,
No. 4. insure domestic tranquility, maintain pub-
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1853 lic order, and guarantee equal civil and
Proposed Constitutional Amendment To Be Voted On A. JOINT RESOLUTIO Vproposing an political rights to all, do ordain and es-
amendment to Article XVI of the Con- tablish this constitution.
November 6, 1962 stitution of Florida by adding thereto an. No a.
additional section to be numbered by the HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1965
Secretary ot State, authorizing the Coun- A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing revision
tv of i'asco to hold civil jury trials in of Article 1 of the Constitution of the
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL ators elected from the odd numbered dis- uny branch court house within the counts State of Florida.
/*MEN:'MENTS TO BE VOTED ON tricts shall be elected for a term of two (2) BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature ut
NOVEMBER 6, 1962 years; thereafter all senators shall be elect- the State of Florida: the State of Florida:
NOTICE OF ELECTION ed for four (4) year terms. That the following amendment to article The following proposed revision of Article
WHEREAS, the Legislature of 1961 and The legislature shall reapportion its rep- XVI of the Constitution of Florida be added 1 of the C... st.,r..,a of ii...i,, is hereby
the Extraordinary Session of 1962, under presentation in accordance with this article and numbered by the Secretary of State agreed to -,j iill3 be ilaiitIol to the
.... on of 1885, for the State of at the 1971 regular session of the legisla- ano be submitted to the electors of the State electors of the State for d.i Li or rejec-
Florida, did pass Joint Resolutions propos- ture and every ten (10) years thereafter bas- of Florida for ratification or rejectio:i at tion at the next general el..t.i:r,., that is to
:ng amendments and revisions to tbh Con- ed upon the preceding latest federal decennial the general election of November, 1962: say:
atitution of the State of Florida, and the census. Section- Civil Jury Trials in Pas-
same were agreed to by a vote of three- In the event the legislature shall fail to co County; location in certain branch ARTICLE 1. B-'undarles -The state boun-
f:fths of the Members elected to each house; reapportion the representation as required court houses within said County. The Leg- dares are: Begi., tl tIe mouth of the Per-
fitat the votes of said Joint Resolutions by this article, the governor shall call the islature may, from time to time, and as dido River, ghri. i-r tr,.: purposes of this
were entered upon their respective Journals, legislature together in extraordinary ses- the business of Pasco County may require, description m.-,inead e the point where
v i the yeas and navs thereon and they sion to consider the question of reapportion- provide that trial by jury of all civil suits, latitude 30016'53"' north and longitude
did determine and direct that the said Joint ment, and such extra-ordinary session shall properly triable by jury according to law, 87031'06" west intersect; thence to the
Resolutions be submitted to the electors mandatorily be required to reapportion its may be had and held in addition to the point where latitude 30017'02" north and
of the State at the General Election on No- membership before adjournment, and such county seat in any branch court house, longitude 8731'06" west intersect; thence
member 6, 1962. extraordinary session so called shall not ex- within said county. The legislature may to the point where latitude 30018'00" north
Now, therefore, I, TOM ADAMS, Secre- pire until reapportionment is effected and provide also that the clerk of any court or and longitude 87027'08" west intersect;
tarv of State of the State of Florida, do shall consider no business other than re- any other court officer, within said county, thence to the point where the center line
hereby give notice that a apportionment. shall maintain such offices within such mu- of the Intracoastal Canal (as the same exist-
GENERAL ELECTION Section 5. STATE CENSUS.-The legisla- nicipality and have available such official ed on June 12, 1953) and longitude 870
will be held in each county in Florida on ture shall no longer be required to provide books and records therein, as may be nec- 27'00" west intersect; the same being in
-... v "r-,t succeeding the first Monday for an enumeration of the inhabitants of essary to accomplish the purposes of this the middle of the Perdido River; thence up
in November A.D., 1962, the said Tuesday the state. The last preceding decennial fed- amendment; provided, however, that the the middle of the Perdido River to the
being the Sixth day of November, for the eral census beginning with the federal cen- principal offices of such clerks or other of- point where it intersects the south boun-
ratification or rejection of the Joint Reso- sus of 1960 shall also be the state census icers shall not be removed from the dary of the State of Alabama, being also
lutions proposing amendments and revisions inil shall control in all population acts and county seat. the point of intersection of the middle of
to the Constitution of the Statle of Flor- constitutional apportionments unless other- No. 5. the Perdido River with latitude 81000'00"
ida, viz: wise ordered by the legislature. SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 218 north; thence east, along the south boun-
No. 1 Section 6. If any part of this joint re- A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an dary line of the State of Alabama, the same
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 30-X solution is declared unconstitutional or null amendment to Section 9A, of Article V, being latitude 31000'00", north to the
A JOTNT RESOLUTION PROPOSING and void then the entire resolution shall be of the State Constitution relating to the middle of the Chattahoochee River; thence
AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE VII OF null, void and inoperative. Duval Couny Criminal Court of record, down the middle of the river to its con-
THE CONSTITUTION OF TGHE STATE No. 2. BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of fluence with the Flint River; thence in a
OFT LORIDA, PROVIDING FOR AP- COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR HOUSE the State of Florida: straight line to the head of the St. Marys
PORTIONMENT OF THE FLORIDA. JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1443 That section 9A, of Article V, of the River; thence down the middle of said river
J,iV-rsI,. r'Tpn: PROVIDING FOR A A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend- Florida constitution be amended by adding to the Atlantic Ocean, and extending therein
STATE CENSUS AND SPECIAL ELEC- ment tq Article XII of the State Consti- a second and third unnumbered paragraph, to a point three (3) geographic miles from
TIONS. D BY T by tuition adding a Section to be number relating to the state attorney as prosecut- the Florida coast line, meaning the line
BE AT RE SOLED BY THATE by th e Secretary of State relating to thendent ing attorney of the Duval county criminal of ordinary low water along that portion of
LE OSLAFTURE .OF TIE STATE election or appointment of superintendentcourt of record, and that said resolution be the coast which is in direct contact with
OF FLORIDA: of .public instruction in Alachua, Char- submitted to the electors of Florida for ra- the open sea and the line marking the sea-
That the following ameildnment of Article lotte, Collier, Manatte, Orange, Lee, Mon- tification or rejection at the general elec- ward limit of inland waters; thence south-
-VII ,-f the Constitution of Florida is agreed roe, Leon, Indian River, St. Lucie, Brow- tion to be held in November 1962: eastwardly following a line three (3) geo-
to and shall be submitted to the electors' ard, Baker, Brevard, Hendry and Hills- SECTION 9A. Additional judge, Duval graphic miles distant from the Atlantic
of this state for ratification or rejection borough counties. County criminal court of record.- coast line of the state and three (3) leagues
at the general election to be mheld in No- BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of On and after the first Tuesday after the distant from the Gulf of Mexico coast line
member, 196.2: the State of Florida: first Monday in January, 1965, the State of -the state to and around the Tortugas Is-
ARTICLE VII That article XII of the Florida Constitu- Attorney of the Fourth (4th) Judicial Cir- lands; thence northeastwardly, three (3)
APPORTIONMENT AND OENSUS ton b e amended as se t orth below and cutshall be the prosecuting attorney of the leagues distant from the coast line, to a
Setin 1 COMOSITION OF E LEG- electors of Florida for ratification or re Criminal Court of Record of Duval Count. point three (3) leagues distant from the
ISLATURE.--The legislature of the State jection at the general election to be held pFlorida, and thetion of Asfistantce of County Solicitor, coand nsrthwestioardly, thainland'hree (3) leaguesnorth
of Florida shall Qconsist of a senate and a in November, 1962 the position of Assistant County Soliitor, and north estarl, three (3) leagues
ue of re enttis.. Membe of tle SECTION-County superintendent of pub- the position of Special Investigator for the distant from the coast line, to a point west
senate shall be elected for a term of four lic instruction; appointment in certain Coustand abolished and terminated; and sh(ll of) leagues fro the rdidcoast line, thras mea-
(4) vesrs and members of tshe house shal counties.tandabolished d terminated; and thre- () leagues or the coast line, law may


ovidedeby law. Any new county that may is;,,o. and Hillsborough wherein the pro- n Ste gAttor0e0100"wes tfreo'
be electf edfor a term of two (2) yearsol-. (1) The county superintendent of public after State Attorney and Sp eial Inves- A JOINT RESOLUTION pro01 osing revision
The term of member s f thelegslatre shall of p struction shall be appointed by the coun- Attorneys, under his direction shall perform the point of beginning; thence along said
nexti nstna the finte the ) tv boardutof lbl pinte nthec all the duties and functions of office hereto- line to the point of beginning.


Monday in November in each regular elec- ties of Alachnm a, Charlotte, Collier, Mans- tornesfo sa bytfouth Judfil icit o BEt rL by the Legislature mof the
tion year. Members of the senate andi ttse, Ofrange aLee, Monroe Leon,, IndMan Pending informations filed nthe Crim l boundaries to such liits as the laws of
home of representatives shall be elected ae oRiver eSt L e Broward, Baker, Brevard Court of Record shall not be invalidated the United States or international aw may
provided by law. Any new eotlmty ithatu may HB ,, anid Hillsborough wherein the pro- hereby, and the State Attorney, or his As- permit.
be 'created shall hbe entitled to ope (1). i. is affirmed by a majority vote of distant State Attorneys, may file amended
member ino the house. of representatives in the qualified electors of any such county informations in any such cases if and Twhe n No. 9.
excess of any limit prescribed in the fol- .inaking the office of county superintendent necessary. The Legislature may provide for HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1996
lowing sections of tis article until the of p lic i instruction appointive. i Assistant State Attorneys and Special Inves- A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing revision
next raeportionsment and tihe count shall e (2) The board of public instrction of tigators for theState Attorney of the Fourth of Article 1 of the Constitution of the



n e xt + n R w uti h *a bd e n .t e no t it e ( 2) T he bo ar d o f p ucbicu n sy t rc u ioni o f h eid Fs J u d icial C ircu it, a nr l A is ta thSs St a e So r a p p ro v a F o r
be algned when created to a senatrial- the county must request an election which Judicial Circuit, and all Assistant State At- State of Florida.
S as determined li legislature. e s he torneys of said Fourth Judicial Circuit shall BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of the
cton 2 fr E h baot ail elections may en be appointed by the State Attorney and State of Florida:
HOUSE OF rS-epres election be designated by the oard of in by the Court, and such Assistant e following proposed revision of Arti-

follows: Each cont shall be entled to or cause to be placed on the ballot at ucndment being adopted all ton at the next general eeeton, tht
one r ontative. Each county shall have oe e the funds appropriated by law approved by the to say:

othe elmncesothhe 17pr enwhthier -Budget Commission and *budgeted by the,
one addition E Nal T e representative for each re- section 1 shall besl he ieffectirse in such county BuvedgettComisntan d bg t b ySIT
n it o majorfractio thereof. (3) Any county adopting the provisions Board of Conty Commissioners of Dual ARTICLE division of of Powers-The
Anrecounty having more thaenfo e o County Florida,, and for- tbhe urpo .- amend af then governm ent of tl e ti o shaOll







is rmicsshll ofnth(4)istrep-wof substiony(o)fhereoubjeat oo the twenty-four and that said resolution aef ter foMu ItmT Legidi -CORT
resentative r ti hall onthave one reresen years return to its former status and e- poying Assistant County Solicitors r d.i into three dpartmens ega-
tive in addition to alrl others herein pro- ject the prosions of this section o by thel er office personnel shall thereafter h -f it,,, E eutive, ad Judicial. No person
vided. The representative ratio shall be th same procedure outlined in eubsectio ( for the operation of the State psi. i% elonging to sie f m..thesecert-



S contisof he om e ffr n l ec t office of the Fourth ( th) JudicialSECT.ION 1l at e2or.ise. a m ay pt wer appertaining.
tie w of oefecbtained by dividing tame pOtP- hereof for adopting the provisions thereofand for the employing of Assistant e-,t t. -t ,har .ofeth other dea partvets, except t in
ati -on of the state according to the latest in the beginning, .e oror n e Sand other personnel, of that oklit ,a. pti slyr Po vided tr i thi cotiti Ftutio :
federal census by the number of counties; No. 3.nherrbne tn to ys ad oer persionn of tha- rizg t ale sapasly pved ny' is cot -inl
n-`,,*5 th't, in ti h agent e t ger al ele th e to action in HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1730 and the State Attorney n Tes ro have hereunto
:1964 no county shall hays fewer represen- A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing as aniend- to employ such personnel, including '4sist- estmyiband apid aih-i I1.t Great Seal of
ttvsp +h- ,,would nhavIe been entitled to mental au to Article I, Section 29he of the ant State Attorneys and investigators in e ti ehe ta. S lAri at ala'seel te'
under thp Constitution of 1885, as amend State Constitution relating to impeach- same number and to d be paid the sapae CapiOa, L this dt11 day i .ptemer, A.D.,
or in 1924. ment of officers wthr salary as the number of Assistant Colin., ty 2.
Section SENATE. The rAepresentation BE IT RESOLVED by he Legislature of the Solicitors and investigators employed by the NTOM AMS,
in the senate ofcitheFlorida leislature o .011 State of Florida: WCounty Solicitor of Duval County, Florida. Sc reLmrI of State
consist of forty-six (461 memb ers, eh That article HIoI, section 29 of the Florida No. (SEAL) 2t-9-13
SrenrepontinLr a district. Twenty-four (24) constitution be amended as set forth below SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 44
his1tricts shall consist of the' tentm-four and that said resolution be submitted to A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend- t THE COUNTYr JUDor 'S COURT.
(24) most n rilomins counties according to; the electors of Florida for ratification or meant to Article V, Section 6, Subsection GULF COUNTY, FLORDA.
-he latest f-It1,-, i e ,-~r census., Twenty- rejection at the general election to bhe held (2) the State Constitution relating to IN PROBATE. of A
f- (2 -,1: -, ap 1.'ione created from i N u'ovember, 1962: the number of Circuit Judges provided I RN Bs T dee d
tim remnngi coumn ties of thistate wit SECTION 29. Impeachment of officers by Legislature. IN RE: Estate of
the view of effecting as equitable represen- !The House of RepresentatGyes shall have the BE IFT RESOLVED by the Legislature of MANNING BRYANT SMITH,
t.titon as practical at sole power of impeachment. The speaker of the State of Florida: Deceased.
S .....-+-` -1 1- ,-d in creating a the House may appoint a committee to That article V, section 6, subsection (2) NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR
r n.e a Nh o in shall be eanrated from investigate alleged grounds for impeachment of the Florida constitution be amered as FINAL DISCHARGE OF ADMINISTRATOR
oe r mc nder of the district of which it against any officer subject to impeachment set forth below and that said -resolutitn be TO ALL-W. HOM IT MAY CON' ERN:
S.... hr mre tphn a county hioch was either during or between legislative ses- submitted to the electors of Florida for Notice is hereby given il-it i r .- i,.
f- ,nd l 1 ne dstrich in 1961. sions; but a vote of two-thirds (2'i3) of all ratification or rejection at the general my final returns as Administrator of the
Section 4. LEGa LATIVE APPORTION- mem bears present oall be required to am- s lection t o be held in November, 1962 estate of Manning Bryant Smith, deceased;
.'m'5"' r-`oh-' 'aria ,, shill be cam- peach any officer; and all impteachmients shall "SECTION 6. Circuit Court;-s..- 1 ", i Ilae idol Im p.lt..)n for final dis-
t -.-s'-,1io of 1P85 as amended, and purpose thie senators shall be upon oath or for one (1) circuit judge in eachs :' 11: t-hr n, P. 4,iAs, 0I ,-a.Inty Judge of
e the d2r)lc-in leer t etor tas nrnvided for affirmation, and-no person shall be convict- for each fifty thousand (,50,0I00, lb. uif Ca. Fi,-I,,da, onOctober 15. 1962.
cf. T ie ac or eleis rd ifiero at th e new without the concurrence of twhold irds rants or major fraction thereof a-s-i,-% flt appr f ..hft e and for final
-" e -ion in Novemier. 1962, the (2/) for f of honor, trust or proit under the WeSenateto the lastpeople of the State o Frid.estate of
a term of four (4) yearstione a the according may adjourn to a fixed time for he riacquitted of circuits having more thanlmightpe God or ur ALr' BHASSEE Pmith, deceased.
.'~.'ii.. .- -'e.t title oe, ".a -i lho aym' impeachment, and may sit for the the legislature may designate the .1m,. i .19.'1,r 2. R.N,-S TH
.t.'sordtms-v sessionn of the Legislature, pro- purpose of such trial whether the House of residence of any such additional 's-Ii. ',S
'S-id' nothing in this amenment shall ro- Representatives be in session or not, but judges. -.1.nilirator -.f Estate of
hibit any representative or senator elected tb-etime fixed for such .trial hball not be No. 7. SMin rig BF'rs, St Smith, deceased.
C, 105 poo rnoi s-lon -'.",int lo aore than six (6) months from the time HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION. 14' t ', C-f' ;i Custir, Jr
t,' i'^ni,, of 1RR5., as amended, frmn articles of impeachment shall be preferred A JOINT RESOLUTION proi-.isr ";I,c.- t Alttrn.-r for Administrator 4t-9-13
'- n e's~d~lf.jic for the term for whiehi by the House of Representatives. The Chief of the Preamble of the'O' f -
eoo e'e-red nor shOill this amendment Justice shall preside at all trials by im- the State of Florida.
... fn..to w o- serving from com-pe.iehment except in the trial of the Chief BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature .4
.... ....... .. O~fde.. li.mher ...,Ts Governor, Auministratiive officers of The following proposed revision ,of il,,'.d Ii.- s
.-...... h,.l t1 ,,1led bv911 hi' m at a special +te Executive Department, Justices of the Preamble of the Constitutipn of Floid Increase
SN ,b hle hl i f i p ths affected counties ,Supreme Court, and Judges of the Circuit hereby agreed to and shall t,. hisrna'eo4 vr
or districts .ai providle- by lw ....such sele- C.umrt shall be liable to impeachment for any torthe electors of the State ft r art.'1 Production
V- ..... li hem-i ..t ..one.. hundred and misdemeanor in office, but judgment in such Irejection at the next general i ,, ul t- Y
tmwentv (120) days after the effective date pases shall extend only to removal from is to say:
1'--of. T..... toes ,lecte f from the new office and disqualification to hold any of- PREAMBLE
,--n fl,,es',..e iler-opt shllt 1be elected for fjee of honor, trust or profit under thel We, the people of the State of -Florid's
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,StatisticS compiled ".by the U. -S.
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third. The 1960-61 increase in plant
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY,SEPTMBER13,1962f It Has 3-Leaves-W at



It Could Be Poison Ivy


B0y HERVEY SHARPE until they ooze a colorless fluid oleander,
Fla. Agricultural Extension Service which spreads the poison, the smok
"Leaflets three, let it be". This Some people get this skin ailment plant is a

susceptible to poison ivy. items-such as tools or pets-that All par
So, be careful when cleaning- a have been in contact with the plant. ous if e
wooded lot, lake margin or a fence Others get a good case of derma. enough pi
IS THERE A row near the house. titis by walking through smoke of leaves a;
CON VAESEN Poison ivy is a vine that climbs burning ivy stems or leaves, leaves.
SCONVALESCENT fnce posts, trees and even some A few folks swear Ithat t hey Eating
IN YOUR HOME? ornamentals. It clings to the sur-attheit to droplets drift- oleander
faces by small roots along the ath the ith fog droplets driftake a su
ing past ivy plants. ae a su
Sickness and disease frequently stems. The plant is easily recog- Eating pa
deal a glancing blow which re- nized -by the three leaflets at the Mild cases of drematitis can be you on a
quires long convalescence. Our top of a long stalk. treated with home remedies. These terry.
registered pharmacist is quail- top of a long stalk treated with home remedies. These tery.
fi:! to discuss sickroom needs Botanist Erdman West with the include a shower using strong soap Oleand<
prcressionally. He will be glad Agricultural Experiment Stations, or a paste of baking soda. Several nausea, d
t care pryou if you have a home- says the three-leaf idea will elim- remedies are available at the drug decreased
inate many harmless plants but store, toms inc

YOUR '(=M-' PHARMACY will keep you safe from poison ivy If a sizeable part of your body is tion, unc
and poison oak. affected, consult a physician as ivy paralysis
Buzzett's Drug Store Poison ivy causes an itch-bet- poison can be quite serious. perties of
1UZZeWtti l Ug Store ter known as ermatitis by the up- There are a number of other pol- ,lucoscid
817 Williams Ave. town gardeners. sonous plants around the home. droside.
Free Parking Regardless of the name, you'll One is the oleander. GloriosE
Drive-In Window Service probably claw the itching places If you try to rid your property of tain a
Drivein Wndow ervie tani,


cona ,s
chiefly ci
poison ac
known to
eating a
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tim of to
small-fry
in their
Remem
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of anyth
most law
poisonous
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place.
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out of shape, wash in a breeze. White,
black and an array of new fall fash- ..
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CARP'S HAS THE
NEWEST IN FALL

B LOSSES


and
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Dacrons and cottons. Great Carp buys
in solid colors, prints and plaids. Reg-
ular and extra sizes.


NEW SKIRTS
BOX-PLEATED
FULL OR SLIM


Others
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Choose from a large selection of dress flats,
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ch Out!


by burning, don't inhale
e. Smoke from this toxic
as fatal as a death cham-

ts of the plant are poison-
aten. One leaf contain
oison- to kill an adult. Dry
re as deadly as green

frankfurters roasted on
stems may force you to
hidden trip to the hospital.
art of the plant may send
one-way trip to the ceme-

er poison may cause only
[izziness, drowsiness or a
1 pulse rate. Acute symp-
elude irregular heart ac-
consciousness, respiratory
and death. The toxic pro-
f the plant are from two
es-nerloside and olean-

a, or climbing lily, con-
deadly poison. The plant
a mixture of alkaloids,
olchicine. This high-speed
ts fast and death has been
occur in four hours after
tuber of the gloriosa.
are only trhee of the score
toxic plants that grow
Florida homesteads. Don't
alarmed and chop down all
nts, because you can con-
enjoy all your -ornamen-
ou curb the habit of chew-
s or twigs of plants.
times children are the vic-
oxic plants. So, teach the
to avoid putting anything
mouth except food.
nber that crawlers In play
y reach out between the
make an oral exploration
ing in reach. Grass and
vn weeds are harmless but
s mushrooms have a way
ng within grasp of tiny
To be on the safe side, lo-
* pens in a well Inspected

complete details on home.
xic plants, secure Agricul-
;tension Service Bulletin
"Poisonous Plants Around
e". The publication is avail-
m county and home dem-
n agents.


THE WANT ADS


rising Pays Try It


AAA Reminds

Public That

School Is Open

Mary had a little lamb.,
Its fleece was while as pqqw.
Everywhere that Mary went,
The lamb was sure to go.
It follows her to school opening
day,
To traffic it is new.
Oh drivers, please drive with
care,
Or the lamb will be in a stew!
Child traffic fatalities are not,
however, somtehing to speak light-
ly of, the Peninsula Motor Club
(AAA) says.
The Club is joining Gulf County
Sheriff Byrd E. Parker and Police
Chief H. W. Griffin of Port St. Joe
in a campaign to remind the mo-
toring public that school's open
again and to please drive careful-
ly. Part of the campaign is the dis-
play of posters and bumper strips
featuring Mary and her Little
Lamb.
The Motor Club explained that!
some 46.4 .million students will be:
attending elementary and second-:
ary schools this fall, and 3.9 mil-
lion of these children will be en-
tering school for the first time.
"The kindergarten and first-
grade youngsters are largely un-
schooled in the fundamentals of
traffic safety nad unaware of dan-
gerous situations," said Marvin L.
Holloway, president and general
manager of the club.
The AAA and local law mneforce-
ment officers urge all drivers to do
their part to help protect the lives
of these children by driving care-
fuly-particularly around school
and residential areas.


Paul R. Hogarty

Serving as Chaplain

To Marine Group

Chaplain Paul B. Hogarty is the
new Catholic Chaplain at the Ma-
rine Corps Cold Weather Training
Center near Bridgeport, California.
Soon after reporting for duty he!
was given the assignment of saying
Mass for a company of Marines
training in the High Sierras. He
saw service above the highest moun-
tain in continental United States,
Mt. Whitney. Chaplain Hogarty is
on leave for the summer from his
civilian duties as pastor of Saint
Joseph Church in Port St. Joe. ,4


SUPPORT THE SHARKS


Is' 1 YOR Y EiET RE.
O\ER 5,000.000 YOUNGSV; S
\ W-LL8E GOING BACK TO COCI6,s
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EDUCATORS, DOCTORS, EVEN PFESEENThS
SAY: "KEEP FIT-RIDE A l E'
The American Association for Health, Physical Edu-
cation and Recreation, a deportment of ihe Nc;ional
Education Association, says that parent: '"should insist
that children either walk or ride' their bikes to school
if the distance is not over two miles."
Dr. J. Bertram Kessel, Director of Physical Education
at Boston University said: "O:ie of the best ways to
provide needed physical activity is to ride a bike-to
work, to school, to the store."
Former President Eisenhower told White House vis-
itors: "Our children should ride their bikes more."


GOODSON'S

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Radio TV Stereo Air Conditioners
ANTENNA SYSTEMS, GOOD USED TV's $35.00 up
SERVICE CALLS $3.00


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DAY or NIGHT

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(Next Door To Telegraph Office)
Your Satisfaction Is Our Business -



You Are Welcome To The
First United Pentecostal Church
10th St. NW. and Victoria Avenue Highland View, Florida
Rev. JAMES J. HILL, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:15 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK SERVICE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
YOUTH SERVICE (Friday) 7:30 P.M.
AIR-CONDITIONED CENTRAL HEAT

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You A.. Cardially Invited To Attend


Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -..-.....-.. 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .-... 7:30 p.m.

Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Condalloned -- entrslly Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


Highland View Methodist Church
REV. ROBERT LEEDS, Pastor

Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
Worship Service 31:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 8:00 P.M.
Mid-Week Prayer (Wednesday) .------......... 8:00 P.M.
Everyone is Cordially Welcome To Attend Our Services


Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 am.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
CHRISTIAN CADETS 6:15 p.m.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:30 p.m.
Mid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) ...------...... 7:30 p.m.


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FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment for couple only. 1621 Monu-
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house, liv-
ing room, dining room, TV room,
utility room, carport, unfurnished.
At Dixie Belle Motel. C. W. Long,
Phone 227-4686.
OFR RENT: 2 furnished apart-
ments one ,bedroom, with dinette,
kitchenette, bath and living room.
2 bedroom, with kitchen, dinette,
living room ond bath. Located 4
miles 'South of Port St. Joe on hi-
way 30. Phone 227-8305. tfc-8-23
FOR RENT: 2'bedroom 'house, par-
tially furnished. In Oak Grove.
$50.00 month. Also 3 bedroom fur-
nished house at Beacon Hlil, $50.00
a month. 1 corner lot, 50x100 at
Beacon Hill, 1 block off highway
for sale. See Bill Carr. tic-8-30
FOR 'RENT: Very nice furnished 2
bedroom house with garage and
yard, 1507 Monument. Phone 648-
3472. 2tp-9-6
'FOR RENT: Furnished one bed-
room house 'and two bedroom side
duplex furnished. Two 2-bedroom
,houses furnished. St. Joe Beach.
Smith's Pharmacy. tfc-9-13
FOR RENT: Newly decorated two
bedroom furnished downstairs
apartment. Close in. Call 227-5756.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford V-8 with
overdrive. New paint, almost per-
feet body, no rust, good tires. $225.
cash. Rums good. Phone 227 3561,
1001 Woodward Ave.
FOR SALE: Good used baby bed
with mattress. Lets down from
either side. Cost $54.00 new. Will
,take $25.00 cash. Phone 227-3561,
1001 Woodward Ave. ltp
FOR SALE: 12-inch 'band saw. Al-
most new. Reasonable. See at 906
10th Street -or call 227-2516. Itp
FOR SALE: Possum and coon dogs
already trained. 5-year old and 3-
year old. $50.00 for the two. See
A. J. Payne at Roche's Landing
near Wewahitchka. 2tp
'FOR SALE: 7%2 hp. Johnson out-
board motor. In good condition.
Late model with shift. $75.00. R.
H. Henderson. 108 Bellamy Circle.
FOR SALE: Two 125'x50' adjoining
'lots in first block at St. Joe
Beach. 'See Ferrel Allen, Jr., at
129 Hunter Circle. tfc-8-16
FOR SALE: Wurlitzer piano, Ital-
ian provincial 'style. Re-posses-
sion, take up payments. Also Wur-
litzer organ 'Italian, provencial style
rpsed for 'short while as demonstra-
tor. De-humidifier for pianos and
organs. 'Call 227-2931. tfc-8-30


FOR SALE
Three bedroom masonry house
on 90 foot corner lot on Marvin
Avenue. Total cost only $9,700. Can
buy owners equity or re-finance.
Two bedroom house in Oak Grove
on 60 foot lot. Only $4,500.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491
FOR SALE: 1957 Dodge Coronet 4
door sedan. Radio, heate, automa-
tic transmission. Call S. B. Shuford,
Jr., at 229-2451. 2tc9-6
HOUSE OR TRAILER LOTS FOR
SALE. Jones Homestead. $50.00
to $500.00, cash or term's. Phone
227-8712 or write Box 333, Port St.
Joe, Fla. 4tp-9-6
DEALER WANTED: 'to supply
Rawleigh Products to consumers
in Gulf County or Port St. Joe. Good
time to start. No capital required.
Write Rawleigh's Dept. FAH-100-
815, Memphis, Tenn. 3tp-9-6
MOVING? Think of MAYFLOWER.
Let SURPLUS SALES of ST.
JOE handle your moving and stor-
age problems. Free estimates, lo-
cal and long distance. Experienced,
responsible. Phone 227-2011, or
come in and see us at SURPLUS
SALES of ST. JOE, 201 Monument
Ave., Port St. Joe, across from
the Post Office.


WANTED: Man or woman to ser-
vice and collect from cigarette,
ice and other coin poerated dispen-
sers in this area, this is a very good
-position that can be worked full or
part time. Person we select must
'have good serviceable car and 10
or more spare hours a week and
$500.00 to $2500.00 cash capitol.
Write giving name address and
phone no. and all details to P. 0.
Box 1161, Hot Springs, Ark.
HELP WANTED: Female. Must be
qualified typist. Willing to train
as teletype operator. Thorough
,background investigation of select-
ed applicant will be made. Call C.
W. Culpepper, Vitro Services, 227-
7241 'between 6:30 a.m. and 2:30
p.m. EST for interview.
SERVICES OFFERED
I will do part or full-time book-
keeping in my home or at you7-
place of business. Experienced
in a" types of book work. Typ-
ing work done neatly and correct.
R. W. HENDERSON, Phone 229-
1716.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet,
ing first and third Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. Amerioan Legion
Home.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8:00 p.m.
at Parish House, 309 % th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for


LOTS FOR SALE: in Oak Grove. further information or write P. O.
Down payment $25.00 and $25.00 Box 535. tt
per month. Contact M. P. Tomlin- .
son. Phone 227-3201 for further in- SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, -. 0.
formation. 8tc-8-30 M0 r eets second and fourth
OnIon 8t-83 Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in American
FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom Legion Hall. Ati members urged to
brick home, 1081 Long Ave. Ph. attend.
648-4128, J. A. Mira. Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.


'FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 1301
Woodward Ave. FHA approved.
Low down payment. Phone 227-
8751. tfc-6-28
FOR SALE: 3 'bedroom house, 1314
Marvin Ave. Purchaser to as-
sume VA mortgage. See Cecil Cos-
tin, Jr.
t RF SALE: 2 bedroom house on
185x75 ft. lot. Back yard completely
e.eclosed with chain link fence.
Plenty of shade and located in a
well established neighborhood. See
Ferrell Allen, Jr. at 129 Hunter
Circle. tfc-5-31
FOR SALE: 1962 Volkswagen, 2-dr.
deluxe sedan. Radio, heater,
windshield washer, whitewall tires
and leather upholstery. $1495.00.
See Bill Rich.
FOR SALE: 4-mo. old German
'Shepherd puppy. $55.00. Phone
227-7999. 2tp-9-6
INSTRUCTIONS: Piano and organ.
Lessons to children and adults.
Call 227-2931. 9-13-tfc


EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
wick expert service. tfe
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
ing companions welcome.
Everett McFarland, 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, See
All Master Masons cordially invited
-K
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery. No. 2183
JOHN R. LAURIMORE
Plaintiff,
MARIE M. LAURIMORE,


TfIE STAR. Port St Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1962


LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR

Wesley R. Ramsey
Editor, The Star
Port St. Joe, Florida
Dear 4r. Ramsey:
College life is fine, but Thursday
just didn't seem the same without
a copy of The Star around to read.
I didn't miss out altogether, though.
Mrs. Nance sent one to David, who
in turn loaned it to me. I particu-
larly enjoyed reading 'about the
football team and Mrs. Sims' Ki-
'wanis Club talk.
Please enter my subscription for
the period between now and May 1,
1963. Or, if you prefer, six months
'will be okay. Please let me know
how much to send and how long
the subscription will run.
'Speaking of running-I'm not
running for office yet. I'm campaign
manager for 'a guy -who is running
for President of the Freshman
class. Legislative Council' elections
are two 'weeks hence.
Please note my address above.
I'll ;be looking for The Star in a
few days. Thank you for your 'at-
tention to this matter.
Sincerely,
Richard E. Thompson
Box 3056, Univ. Station
Gainesville, Florida


National Guard


Building Named

For B. F. Parrish

Tallahassee-The administration
building of the Florida National
Guard's Officer 'Candidate School
at Camp Blanding has ,been
named "Parrish Hall" In honor of
Candidate Billy F. Parrish, Talla-
hassee, who died July 30, it was an-
nounced by Colonel Ralph Davis,
commander of Combat Command
"A", Florida National Guard.
The designation wasi made by
the State Armory Board at a re-
cent meeting in St. Augustine. Da-
vis, a member, stated that the
Board recognized 'that Parlrsh was
in the closing weeks of his officer
-candidate course when he was fa-
tally stricken and had contributed
much during his three years ser-
vice in the Guard.
Parrish's home unit, Headquar-
ters and Headquarters Company,
1st Armored Rifle Battalion, Talla-
hassee, -will provide a bronze
plaque. This will be 'mounted on
the building at a ceremony to be
held during the fall.
Parrish, 26-year old local insur-
ance executive and active In civic
affairs, was a graduate of Port St.
Joe High School 'and Florida State
University. He had been a member
of the Guard since 1959. He was in
the first class of the Florida OCS.
He is survived by his wife, Kathy,
two-year old son, and his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Parrish,
Sr., of Port St. Joe.


Elementary School

, 'chroom Menu

Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, September 17 -
Baked beans, velnna sausage, tur-
nip greens, sliced tomatoes, fresh
grapes, corn bread, butter and
milk.
Tuesday, September 18
Hot luncheon meat, green beans,
tossed salad, school baked rolls and
jelly, white bread and butter and
,milk.
Wednesday, September 19
Meat ball supreme, rice, English
peas, carrot sticks, sliced peaches,
white bread and butter and milk.
Thursday, Septmeber 20
Pinto beans, sliced bologna, mus-
tard greens, celery sticks, cherry
pie, white bread and butter and
milk.
Friday, September 21
Fresh fish, green butter beans,
cabbage slaw, corn bread and but-
ter, fruit Jello adn milk.


Defendant
NOTICE TO: .Iarie M. Lauri-
more whose place of residence Is
c/o Jim MVathis, Route 2, 'Midland
City, Alabama.
On or before the first day of Oc-
tober, A. D. 1962 the defendant,
Marie M. Laurimore is required to
serve upon Hon. Silas R. Stone,
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address
is 321 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 29th day
of August, A.D., 1962.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-8-30


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY. September 13 1962


Wins New Outboard Motor


Robert B. Fox is pictured above with a new 10 horsepower Evin-
rude outboard motor given him by the White City Volunteer Fire
Department. The motor Was purchased from Bildwel Supply Company
and was presented to Fox last Friday. ('Sitar photo)


House Veterans Committee Passes Bill

Reinstating GI Insurance for Veterans

The House Veteran's Affairs of Texas is known as the New In-
Committee on August 2, meeting surance Bill H. R. 12333. This bill
in executive session approved leg- however carried -a limit on the
isolation permitting veterans of period for acquiring insurance. In
World War II and Korean conflict part and interest to the veteran is
-to reinstate their National' Service the following portions of the new
Life Insurance. Under the p'ovi bill: 1. Any person (other than a
sions of the bill which the commit- person referred to in subscription
.tee approved, those who had never (e) of this section) heretofore eli-
applied for this insurance 'would gible to apply for National Service
also be eligible to make application. Life Insurance after Octoiber 7,
The bill, introduced by Mr. Teague 1940, and before January 1, 1957,


shall upon application In writing
made within one (1) year after the
effective date of this section, sub-
mission of evidence of good health
satisfactory to the administrator at
the time of application, and pay-
mnent of the required premiums, be
granted insurance under the same
terms and conditions as are con-
tained in standard policies of Na-
tional Service Life Insurance ex-
cept one five-year level premium
term insurance may be issued but
not renewed on the term plan af-
ter 'the applicant's 50th 'birthday:
(2) The net premium rates shall
be based on the "1958 commission-
ers standard ordinary basic month-
ly table" 'and shall be increased by
such an amount as the adminis-
trator shall determine necessary
for sound 'actuarial operations.
All rights under such insurance
and 'any total disability income pro-
visions attached hereto, whether in
force or lapsed, shall terminate ef-
fective upon the date ,the policy-
holder enters on active duty or
active duty for training under a
-call .or order to such duty for 'a
period of 31 days or more. The in-
surance shall not be payable for
death which 'occurs while the in-
sured is on active duty for training
under a call or order to such duty
for a period of less than 31 days,
if dependency and indemnity com-
pensation is payable in such case
at the time 'of death, however, the
cash value if any, less any indebt-
edness shall be paid to the desig-
nated beneficiary.
Insurance shall be issued on a
non-participating basis only. Any


tion coming forth on this bill from i i Cl
the regional office of the VA in JUniOr High Class
St. Petersburg and as such is re-
ceived the veteran shall be inform- Names^ Officers
ed.


On .Mondty the rl:iss nf S-C at
the Port St. Joe ilih School elect-
ed their class' od io. 'r. They are
as follows:
Tommy Atchison. president: Tim
Rutland, vice president; Carol
Mapes, secretary and Skip Skinner
treasurer.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Stephen Tarantino The homeroom teacher is Coach
of Ward Ridge announce the birth Marion Craig.
of a son ,on September 12.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hampton abled
Linton, Jr., of Wewahitchka an- Os b W SkOrS
nounce the birth of a son-, Michael
Glen on September 3. Should FI eCaims
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Jefferson Lit-
tie, Jr., of 110 Westcott Circle an-
nounce the birth of a son, Roland Workers who become disabled
.Scc on September 4. should file claim for benefits as
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mathew soon as it is. known that he will
Martin, 509 8th Street announce the be unable to .do any substantial
birth of a son, Russell Owen on work, according to John V. Carey,
September 2. District Manager of the Panama
Mr. and Mrs. John George Fadio City Social Security Office. Dis-
of 1031 Long Avenue announce the ability payments under Social Se
birth of a daughter, Lisa Ann on curity can be made to the disabled
September 6. I person, his wife, and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Edward Ar- dren. These payments can be male
nold of this city announce 'the birth regardless of the worker's age.
of a son, Adrian Edward on .Sep- To be considered disabled for
member 10. Social Security purposes, Carey


Mr. and :Mrs. Gerald Leony Land
of Highland View 'announce the
birth of .a daughter, Lisa Ann on
.Soeptember 9.
Mr. and iMrs. Fred Greer, Jr., of
Wewahitchka announce the 'birth
of a son, Robert McPherson on


,medical Oexamination or test Ire- September 10.
quired by the administrator by a Colored Births


mmeber of the medical profession
shall be 'at the paplicant's own ex-
pense.
It will ,be remembered that this
bill is persently before the senate
finance committee and is awaiting
the report'of that body. However,
-there is great speculation that the
bill 'will be -approved as is present-
ly submitted and approved 'by 'the
House.
Information on this bill may be
,obtained at the local .County Ser-
vice Office at 104 Bayview Drive
in Highland View or calling 227-
8681 between the hours of 8:30
a.m. and 5:00 ,p.m.
There will ibe further informa-


'Mr. and 'Mrs. Adrian Franklin
Gant, Sr., of 149 Avenue A an-
nounce the birth of a son, Castel-
dera on September 8.
Mr. 'and Mrs. George Robert
Trammell of 174 Avenue D tain-
nounce the birth of a son, Reginald
,Stephan -on September 5.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)



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explained, the worker's disability
must be such that it will prevent
him from working for a long or
indefinite period of time.. In addi-
tion, the condition must be so se-
vere that the disabled person is
unable to -do any substantial work
at all. The disabled person must


Enjoys Birthday Party
Clinton Lamar Moore celebrated his seventh birthday September
4 at 4:00 p.m. with a party alt his home at 521 Ninth Street.
Enjoying the occasion with Clinton' were Troy and Debra Jones,
Phil and Ralph Maxwell, Billie and 'Sarah Clair Herring, Charles and
Jennifer Smith, Cathy Blackburn, Susie White and LaDonna and
RIena Worley.
Birthday cake and punch was served.


they might otherwise receive. A
good many workers making delayed
claims for disability benefits have
said they :did not file earlier be-
cause they had not heard about
the cash benefits payable.
The Social Security Office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son Avenue, Panama City, tele-


PO 2-5331-


establish this by getting reports of tu ..
his condition from the doctors or
hospitals who have treated him. 1
No matter how severe the dis- d nt CounC
ability, Carey said, no benfeits can
be paid unless the disabled worker (Continued From Page 1)
'has enough work credits under So- had been an educational experience
hd .been an educatioa expeiec


cial Security. This means that he
must have Social Security credit
for at least five years out of the
ten years before he became dis-
abled. Thus, the person who became
,disabled in January 1962 needs five
years' Social Security work cre-
dits between 1962 and the date his
disability began.
Carey said that many workers
who delay filing of disability
claims risk losing benefits which


TOMORROW NIGHT


when the





Port St. Joe Sharks


will play the



Aplachicola Sharks


8:00 P.M. AT THE LOCAL FOOTBALL FIELD


WE PLEDGE OUR SUPPORT to the home team during the next 10

weeks and urge you, the citizens of Port St. Joe to do likewise. The

sport of football does much to round out the character of a young man,

and to weld together the spirit of a school and community. Be assured

of our support and interest in your welfare, Sharks, during the season.







Florida National Bank


at PORT ST. JOE


Member: Florida National Group of Banks


Member: FDIC


I II II


and that they are looking forward
to a successful year as a state of-
ficer in the association.
All of the Student council mem-
bers wish to thank Tommy Prid-
geon for the use of his automobile
which enabled them to attend the
meeting in comfort.



(Continued on page 3)
make profits' then the country will
be in a bad way-fast. Profits have
caused all of our improvements in
our living standards since the na-
ion was founded.


Miller said that the nation's past
financial difficulties causing reces-
sions have 'been the result of in-
dustry making insufficient profits.
He declared that the present
squeeze on profits is a serious mat-
ter and is due, in part, to public
apathy.
In getting in a few licks of "pro-
paganda" for Gulf Coast, Miller said
that presently, 30 Gulf county stu-
dents were .attending Gulf ,Coast,
25 of them from Port St. Joe. He
declared that the school now had
received national recognition for
its low drop-out average. He said
that the GCJC drop-out average is
one third that of national average
and one half the state average.
Guest of the club was Bill Ver-
vaeke.








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I AM GRATEFUL
I am grateful for the vote of confidence
and accept with all humility.
City Commissioner

JOHN ROBERT SMITH




IN APPRECIATION
I appreciate the splendid vote I received in
the Municipal Election Tuesday. Your confi-
dence in me is gratifying and I will try to serve
your interests to the best of my ability during
the next two years.

TOM S. COLDEWEY




THANK YOU
I APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE OF CON-
FIDENCE IN RE-ELECTING ME AS YOUR
MAYOR.

FRANK HANNON
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