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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: January 10, 1963
Frequency: weekly
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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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TWENTY.IYTH YARPO


THE STAR

"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
RT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1963


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


NUMBER 17


Commission Plans


To Make Repairs


To City Hall

The City Commission decided i
Tuesday night to draw up specifi-
cations for the repair of the City -* fi'l2
Hall both outside and inside. At :
the next meeting, which will be "
held Tuesday of next week, bids a
will be called for to perform the ,i
work. .
Specifications will be drawn to ...
repair and waterproof the outside
of the building and repair cracks .
and paint the inside walls of the .
building.
Mayor Frank Hannon also ap-
pointed Commissioners John Rob-
ert Smith and I. C. Nedley as a
committee to inspect the Centen-
nial Building for needed repairs
and report their findings back to
the Commission for action.
The action on the proposed zon- County Commissioners Wal'
ing ordinance has been postponed C. Player and James McDaniell
until all the Commission members icates of office to Clerk of the
have had time to thoroughly read
and study the ordinance. This or-SCL BOARD S
dinance was first introduced in its 3 0L S
new form last month and is some ,
30 pages long. All of the Commis-NEW MEMBERS TU
sioners have' not been able to thor-
oughly study the Ordinance yet.
The Board voted to pay the Flor- William Roemer, Joe Ferrell and
ida Engineering Associates $1500 Kenneth Whit-field were sworn in
for survey work done by the con- at the Gulf County Board of Pub-
cern on the City'swater and sewer lic Instruction meeting Tuesday to
system. The survey was required serve a four-year term. Roemer
by a proposed Federal loan tenta- and Whitfield are both beginning
tively considered by the Commis- their second full term in office
sion a little over a year ago. The and Ferrell is replacing Otis Pyle
City decided not to go through with of Port St. Joe.
the loan and notified' the engin- In their organization meeting,
eers to stop their survey. All re- the Board appointed C. E. Boyer of
ports of the survey have been turn-
ed over to the City. Port St. Joe as chairman for the
The City is installing a two-way coming year and Kenneth Whitfield
radio system this week on a trial of Wewahitchka, vice-chairman.
basis. The l'.twork will bring to- In winding up business for the
gether all departments of the City past year it was reported by the
including street department, water Florida Committee of the Southern
department 'd police department. A .:reitatio tn Commission that a
Central station will be in the City few deficient points were'noted in
Hall. The network is a citizen's the Gulf County Schools. However,
band type installation. on the whole, the report showed


Harden, Croxton, Greer Step



Down From County Board


ter Graham, Silas Core Tuesday morning, prior to being seated as
hand their certif- County Commissioners for Gulf County. The trio
Court George Y. is starting a four year term. (Star photo)


EATS THREE

JESDAY MORNING

Ithe school system to be in good
shape.
Deficiencies in .the Port St. Joe
Schools were as follows: one tea-
icher teaching out of her classifica-
tion; plant expansion needed to


provide more library, lunchroom
and physical education space. Fa-
cilities are also needed for art in-
struction. All of these deficiencies
are in the Port St. Joe High School.
In the Wewahitchka High School
one teacher is without a free per-
iod, one teacher is partially out of
her field nd insufficient guidance
facilities.


Advertlasng Pays Try It


New School Board members were sworn in to Superintendent of Public Instruction is pictured
office at the regular meeting of the Board Tues- with the new- members. Each of the men will
day. Above left to right are, William Roemer, Joe serve a four year term. (Star photo)
Ferrell and Kenneth Whitfield. Thomas A. Owens,


PARK EXPERT SAYS PROPOSED SITE

ON ST. JOSEPH POINT IS "IDEAL"


citizen support for releasing of the
land by the Federal Government
(see editorial).
The development of the park
would be a long range plan with


Ray Venton, retired park designer for the National Park the ultimate goal of a facility to
Service, hired to design a park for St. Joseph's Point, told handle up to 15,000 persons a day.
a group of news reporters Tuesday afternoon that it was im- Park representatives stated that it
operative that the Peninsula property remain in public hands has been their experience that each
camping family spends at least
for the purpose of park development. "Once it is in private $20.00 each day in the vicinity of
hands, it is gone so far as retaining its natural state is con- such a facility.
cerned." Venten stated that there were only 16 prime water- It was pointed out by Saye that
front areas in the world that had all the aspects of a first- currently, an attempt is being
class park. Three of these areas are in Florida and St. Jo- made to float a $62 million bond
seph Point is one of the three in Florida. issue to develop state parks and it
Venton, along with state park of- is possible that the local park
ficials .Jack Bradley and Claude Transportation for the trip was might be financed from this issue
Willoughby and Jim Saye of the furnished by Cecil Curry, the St. if it is consumated.
Florida Development Commission
Florida Development Commission Joe Paper Company and Dr. Rob- It was pointed out that the only
were given a tour ofthe proposedert King. A water trip of the area responsibility of the local area,
park area Tuesday. Th tour wasi had transportation furnished by insofar as expenditures were con-
arranged by Jesse V. Stone, chair Basil McKnight, Ralph Swatts, Jr., cerned, was to provide an access
oan of tite park project for the iFrank McDonald and Earl Creel,. road to the park, and that a good
oeft itulfIton Convention Commit- The Park officials stated that the graded road would be sufficient to
ste of GulfyCounty. Stone was as- area had unlimited possibilities for start with.
sisted by Harry Saunders, of the a nature park with camping and
local Advisory Council to the Flor- water sport facilities They empha-
ida Park Service and Representa- sized that the area would be kept Visit Parents
tive Ben C. Williams. sized that the area would be kept Captain and Mrs. Jack Watts and
tiGe Betsn Williams. in its natural state as much as Captain and Mrs. Jack Watts and
Guests on the tour were Bill possible Susan have returned to Rosswell,
Johnson of the Panama City News- possible. N. M., after visiting with Mr. and
Herald and Earl Hadaway 'and The officials lauded a campaign Mrs. Richard Porter for the past
Louie Weaver of WJHG-TV. being conducted locally to secure month.


Health Department

Lists Year's Activities

The Gulf County Health Depart-
ment has compiled their annual
report of services and activities
for the year 1962. The report is
published below:
Vaccinations
Smallpox, 546; diphtheria, 909;
whooping cough, 687; tetanus, 1261;
poliomyelitis, 1373 and typhoid,
937.
Tuberculosis Activities
Tuberculosis cases hospitalized,
8; Tuberculosis contacts, suspects
and inactive cases x-rayed, 111;
X-rays for health certificates, 461.
Maternity Activities
Maternity medical examinations,
18; maternity nursing service pa-
tients, 38; medical service, infants,
16; nursing, service, infants, 57.
School Activities
School students examined, 12;
school students, Visual tests, 1582;
school students, hearing tests, 271.
Miscellaneous Activities
Admission to cancer service, 32.
Admission to diabetic service, 16.
Admissions to cardiovascular di-
sease service, 62.
Admissions to mental health ser-
vice, 42.
Visits in the interest of vital sta-
tistics, 215.
Civil Defense conferences, 20.
Visits to private water plants, 91.
Visits to public water systems,
86.
Visits to public schools, 51.
Complaints investigated, 24.
Nuisances corrected, 18.
Rabies investigations, 18.
Eating and drinking establish-
ments inspected, 59.
Grocery and meat markets in-
spected, 61.
Seafood establishments inspect-
ed, 6.
Laboratory, blood tests, 459.
Culture specimens examined, 308.
TB cultures and smears, 196.
Water-bacteriological tests, 430.
Birth, death and stillbirth certif-
icates filed, 319.
This report was filled out by
Pauline W. Sowers, Deputy Reg-
istrar.

License Cost Same
Here As In Wewa

In printing the story concern-
ing the purchase of automobile
license tags, it has been brought
to our attention by Tax Collect-
or Harland Pridgeon, that two er-
rors were reported in connection
with the purchase of tags.
First, tags purchased at the
Frank and Dot's Insurance Agen-
cy cost no more than tags pur-
chased at the County Courthouse
in Wewahitchka. Second, all ser-
vices, such as transfer of title,
can be rendered equally well in
both offices.
The news release was furnish-
ed us by the State of Florida,
and the practice of fees and ser-
vices offered is common in most
counties of Florida. However, the
Port St. Joe branch tag office
has been set up by Pridgeon to
offer the same services as the
tag offices in the Courthouse-
and no fees charged.
We are glad to make the cor-
rection, especially since it will
save us $1.00 in purchasing vehi-
cle tags.


County Queries

State Health

Board Official

Dr. William L. Wright of the
State Health Department appeared
before the County Board Tuesday,
at the Board's request to discuss
replacing County Health Officer,
Dr. Willa Dean Lowery, who is on
leave of absence attending school
in Pennsylvania.
Commissioner Leo Kennedy,.act-
ing as spokesman for the Board
related charges to Dr. Wright that
he has previously presented to the
Board.
Kennedy stated that Dr. Lowery,
in his opinion, wasn't doing the
job as the Board would like to have
it done. He specifically listed the
discontinuance of pre-school physi-
cals for first grade students, not
enough time spent in Health Clin-
ic, and failure to examine athletic
participants. Kennedy also stated
that it was apparent that Dr. Low-
ery and othetl Health Department
employees "didn't get along".
Dr. Wright then went into his
explanation to the Board. He stat-
ed that Health Officers were al-
most impossible to obtain, pointing
out the fact that Gulf was without
these services for a year before Dr.
Lowery was hired. He also pointed
out that the officers had to meet
state specifications, which Dr. Low-
ery does. He also pointed out that
upon completion of her present
schooling, Dr. Lowery will be one
of the best qualified Health Offi-
cers in the state.
Dr. Wright also pointed out to
the Board that when Dr. Lowery
w~S hired ,she %%as-hired .v ith the
understanding that she was to re-
ceive the leave of absence to at-
tend school and that this was
agreed to by the County Board.
He asked the question whether
or not the Board had complained
to Dr. Lowery prior to her going
on leave of absence about the ac-
tivities of the Health Department.
The Board said they had not. Dr.
Wright then stated that it was
customary for County Boards to
set their own policies outside of
state requirements for the duties
of the Health Officer.
He then suggested to the Coun-
ty Board that they meet as a Board
with Dr. Lowery and state their
desires for the operation of the
Health Department, and then if
their desires were not carried out
begin taking steps for replacement.
Dr. Wright pointed out to the
Board that Dr. Lowery had been
operating the Department strictly
by her own ideas, and it was up
to the Board to stipulate what pol-
icy is to be followed.
Commissioner McDaniell moved
that the matter be tabled until the
Board could meet with Dr. Lowery.
The Board voted unanimous in fa-
vor of this course of action.

Auto Rams Tractor-

Trailer On U. S. 98
An automobile belonging to Wil-
liam Glenn Knight, 304 Duval St.,
Oak Grove 'suffered approximately
$500.00 damage about 10:00 a.m.'
yesterday morning. The car ran in-
to a tractor-trailer, belonging to
the Gulf County Road Department
at the intersection of Highway 98
and the Kenney's Mill Road.
According to officer Allen Ray
Watson, both vehicles were travel-
ing toward Port St. Joe with the
truck in the lead. The truck start-
ed a left turn into the Kenney's
Mill Road at the same time Knight
attempted to pass. Knight's car hit
the trailer of the county vehicle.
No damages were inflicted on the
truck.


BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Lindell Ervin Mc-
Clain of Apalachicola announce
the birth of a son, Glenn Edward
on January 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Andrew Coo-
ley, 604 Garrison Avenue announce
the birth of a son, Terry Wayne
on January 2.
(All births occurred at the
Municipal Hospital.)


E. C. Harden, Sr., senior member of the Gulf County
Board of Commissioners stepped down for his successor
Tuesday morning along with commissioners Neva Croxton
and Jimmy Greer, who had both served two year terms. Har-
den, who has been chairman or vice-chairman every year of
his eight-year tenure on the Board spoke for all the retirees
in listing some of the accomplishments of the Board during
the past few years.
Foremost in the Board's accomplishments, according to
Harden's list, was road work. Several roads have been paved
throughout the county during Harden's administration; com-
pletion of the Dead Lakes Bridge and Dam; inauguration of
the garbage landfill service; placing of county employees
under workmen's compensation insurance, and other import-
ant steps of progress for the County.


Harden also pointed out that dur-
ing the past eight years, the mill-
age had never been over 13.8 nor
below 11.9, indicating a pretty
steady financial picture.
All three out-going Commission-
ers were presented plaques for out-
standing service to the county. All
of the incumbents expressed a de-
sire to offer their services when-
ever needed to the new Commis-
sioners.
New Board Organized
A. J. Strickland, now serving his
second term on the Board was
nominated by the members to be
chairman for the coming year. Leo
Kennedy was named vice-chairman.
In selecting the county depart-
ment heads, only two of the cur-
rent people were objected to. Com-
missioner McDaniell moved that
attorney William J. Rish of Port
St. Joe replace David Carl Gaskin
of Wewahitchka as attorney for
the Board. McDaniell stated that he
felt Gaskin's involvement with cer-
tain companies throughout the
County might stand in the way of
his representation of the county.
His motion died for lack of a sec-
ond.
Commissioner Kennedy then en-
tered a motion to rehire Gaskin as
attorney for the Board stating that
all the attorneys in the county rep-
resented other clients and he felt
Gaskin's familiarity with county
business should be taken into con-


$150.00 to $125.00 per month, since
all services performed by the en-
gineers crew were paid for in ad-
dition to the retainer fee.
After considerable discussion,
Commissioners Graham and Mc-
Daniell voted for the pay cut with
Commissioners Player, Kennedy
and Strickland voting against the
pay cut.
All other county department
heads were re-hired with no oppo-
sition by any member of the Board.
Ask For Roads
Port St. Joe City Commissioners
Frank Hannon, Tom Coldewey and
I. C. Nedley appeared before the
Board then, with a request for pav-
ing for Port St. Joe streets to be
included in the Secondary Road
program. All of the projects were
resurfacing jobs with only one
new construction job in the list.
This was the paving of Eighth St.,
from Woodward to Garrison Ave-
nue.
Resurfacing was requested for
the following streets:
Williams Avenue from 1st to 5th
Street; Second Street from Long
to Monument; Third Street frem
Monument to Woodward; McClel-
lan Avenue; Woodward Ave., from
5th to 10th Street; Marvin Ave.,
from 10th to 16th St.; 15th Street
from Long to Monument; First
Street from the Oil Docks to Monu-


sideration. Gaskin's appointment ment; 14th Street Irom Long to
was carried with McDaniell cast- Monument; 11th Street from Mon-
ing the only dissenting vote. ument to Long; Sixth Street from
Commissioner McDaniell then Long to Woodward; Palm Boule-
asked if the county had to retain vard from 16th to 14th St.; 10th
an engineer by law. Chairman Street from Palm to Monument
Stripkltnd stated that they did not and Ninth Street from Monument


but that most counties did so.
McDaniell then moved that the
position of county engineer be left
vacant and the county hire engin-
eering service as it was needed.
His motion died for lack of a sec-
ond.


to Woodward.
It was estimated that this work
would cost in the neighborhood of
$60,000.00.
Chairman Strickland said that
the present Secondary Budget was
pretty well spoken for, but that the


Commissioner Silas Player then Board would take the request into
moved that Florida Engineering As- consideration during the new bud-
sociates be retained as county en- get period, which begins in July
gineer. All voted aye with the ex- of this year.
ception of McDaniell, who cast a In the closing minutes of the
nay vote. meeting the Board agreed to pur-
Commissioner Graham then chase a window air conditioner for
made the motion that the County an office in the courthouse from
Engineer retainer fee be cut from the St. Joe Hardware for $198.00.
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Boys Kill 480 Pound Sand Bar Deer
A 480 POUND BLJCK was killed in the vicinity of Indian Pass by three
local boys last week. In the hunting party were Bob Bracewell,
James Todd and Paul Presnell. Pictured above with the "bag"
are Bob Bracewell (left) and James Todd. (Star photo)


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Miss Madeline Gill Becomes Bride of

Ralph Albert Swatts, Jr., December 15

Miss Madeline Gill became the tiny sprigs of maiden hair fern.
bride of Ralph Albert Swatts, Jr., Miss Peggy Pyle, organist, pre-
Saturday, December 15, at 3:00 sented a program of prenuptial mu-
p.m. in the First Baptist Church sic as the guests assembled and also
with the Rev. C. Byron Smith of- accompanied Mrs. Myrtice Chason,
ficiating during the impressive soloist, as she sang, "A Song In
double ring ceremony. My Heart", "We'll Walk With God"
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and in conclusion of the ceremony,
and Mrs. Charles S. Gill and the "The Lord's Prayer".
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Miss Kathleen Anne Mosely ser
Mrs. Ralph Albert Swatts, all of Miss Kathleen Anne Mosely ser-
Port St. Joe. ved as maid of honor. She was at-


The sanctuary was beautifully
decorated with floor standards of
white bridal flowers including
chrysanthemums, gladioli, pom
poms, and fern set in a background
of magnolia branches and glisten-
ing leaves flanked by frc'ir seven-
branched candelabra holding burn-
ing white bridal tapers. Family
pews were designated by large
white satin bows centered with


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cade of white carnations and ste-
phanotis nestled in tulle with tiny
qtrp2.. ofqtin ribbo l ~d


tired in a street length dress of with white lilies of the valley and
pink slipper satin. The slim fitting love knots attached, centered with
bodice with beateau neckline and a lovely yellow throated white or-
tiny cap sleeves featured a bell chid.
skirt fashioned with an overlapp- Mrs. Gill chose for her daughters
ing panel in back that formed a wedding a sheath dress of beige
slight bustle. She wore a matching souffle brocade with which she
headpiece accented by a tiny nose wore matching accessories and a
veil of nylon tulle and carried a purple orchid corsage.
bouquet of rose pink carnations Mrs. Swatts, mother of the bride-
nestled in pink tulle with match- groom was attired in a sheath dress
ing satin streamers attached, of moss green featuring a lace top


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1963


The bridesmaids were Miss Pa-
tricia Anne Alderman of Lakeland
and Miss Jeanie Brock of Cotton-
dale. They were dressed identical-
ly with the honor attendant with
matching satin shoes and they
wore matching headpieces accent-
ed by tiny nose veils and each car-
ried a bouquet of rose pink carna-
tions nestled in tulle with satin
streamers. Miss Marion Faye Harri-
son, neice of the bridegroom, ser-
ved as flower girl. Her dress was
of pink peau de soie with rounded
neckline, tiny puff sleeves and
the fitted bodice featured a bouf-
fant skirt. Her matching headpiece
was accented by pink nylon tulle
and she wore a wristlet of rose pink
carnations. She carried a dainty
white net covered basket of pink
and white rose petal's.
Best man was Higdon Swatts, bro-
ther of the groom. Ushers were,
James Burnette of Barnsville, Ga.,
and Vincent Kilbourn.
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, Charles Gill, was
radiant and lovely in a floor
length wedding gown of delus-
tered satin with a sabrina neck-
line fashioned with imported al-
encon lace featuring long tap-
ered sleeves fastened with tiny
self covered buttons and ter-
minated in calla points at the
wrists. The slim fitting bodice,
shaped into a point below the
waist with a back closing of tiny
self covered buttons. The skirt,
dome shaped in front, swept
gracefully into pleats and form-
ed a pouf bustle, topped with a
multiple looped bow. The back
skirt cascaded into a tiny chapel
train.
Her fingertip length veil was of
silk illusion falling from a Prin-
cess crown designed of pleated net
and lace, embroidered with seed
pearls and iridescent sequins.
The bride's bouquet was a cas-


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First Baptist

Circle 1 Meets

The WMS Circle 1 of the First
Baptist Church met Monday after-
noon at the Church for their Jan-
uary business meeting. Mrs. W. M.
Chafin led the group in a devo-
tional period using Malachi 3:10
to convey her subject, "Yea, Tithe
To Whom".
Mrs. W. J. Daughtry, president,
presided during the meeting and
good reports were given by all the
chairmen. All the WMU members
are urged to meet next Monday at
the church for the general meet-
ing.

VITRO WIVES CLUB
WILL MEET TUESDAY
The regular monthly meeting of
the Vitro Wives Club will be held
Tuesday at 7:30, January 15, at the
Florida Power Lounge. An interest-
ing program is planned and all
members are urged to attend.

with matching jacket compliment-
ed by matching accessories and a
corsage of two beige cymbidium
orchids.
Reception
Immediately following the cere-
mony, a reception was held in the
social hall of the First Methodist
Church which was decorated in
the bride's chosen colors of pink
and white. Floor standards of
white bridal flowers with fern and
arrangements of glistening magno-
lia leaves sprinkled with snow
were placed at vantage points. The
bride's table, overlaid with a full
pink net floor length skirt over
pink taffeta, was centered by a
beautifully embossed white, four-
tiered wedding cake topped with a
miniature bride and bridegroom
encircled with pink tulle and flank-
ed by silver candelabra holding
burning white tapers. The bride's
bouquet completed the setting.
The punch table, also overlaid
with matching full skirt of net
over pink, was complimented by
an arrangement of tiny pink carna-
tions nestled in tulle and accented
by a huge white wedding ring and
based on a white heart flanked by
a crystal punch bowl encircled
(Continued on page I)


Phone 7-3251 or 7-3911 Day or Nite
DAY or NIGHT

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


Leonard C. Costin Finishes
Pre-Flight School
PENSACOLA (FHTNC) Naval
Aviation Cadet Leonard C. Costin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Costin of
118 Monument Ave., Port St. Joe,
was graduated, December 14, from
the Naval School of Pre-Flight at
Pensacola.
The course covers pre-flight and
o f f i cer indoctrination subjects.
Students enter basic flight training
after graduation. The flight train-
ing program is 18 months long.
GLADIOLUS CIRCLE WILL
MEET IN JONES HOME
The Gladiolus Circle of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club will meet
Thursday at 3:00 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. David Jones, 301 15th St.

Bowling News
MORNING COFFEE LEAGUE
By Maxine Jensen
Alleys one and two saw the IGA
and St. Joe Laundry battlin out
their games with the IGA taking
three of the four points.
Judy McClain bowled high game
and series for those two alleys.
She had a 157 game and a fine 420
series. Jean Stebel followed with
a 346 series. Next was Ruth Ram-
sey and Sally White with their
287 and 275 series for IGA.
St. Joe Laundry was led by Jean
Stoufer with a 344 series. Betty
Whitehurst bowled a series of 290,
following was Frances Graham,
Lou Taylor and Dot Koller with
series of 276, 274 and 259 respec-
tively.
Alleys three and four saw a real
sad Ed's Florist lose four points
to Jitney Jungle. Evelyn Smith led
these alleys with a 423 series with
a 174 game. Lois Smith came
through with a fine 402 series. .Ann
Whittle bowled a 380 series. Linda
Stewart had a 330 series and Ver-
na Burch helped with her series
of 307.
Ed's Florist was led by Maxine
Jensen with a 403 series. Wynell
Burke had a fine series of 360,
Elise Rogers followed with a 341.
Next was Mary Brown with a 337
and Alice Machen had a series of
281.
There will be a meeting at the
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Only one little item stands in the way-acquisition of
the land.
As most of you know, the land on St. Joseph's Point is
owned by the Federal Government with the exception of a
small tract directly in the center of the Peninsula and a
small tract of land at the base of the area. The 2,000 acres
on the point must be deeded to the State Park Board before
planning and construction can begin.
And this is where you come in. We had no idea when
we were writing last week's editorial urging Mr. Port St. Joe
Citizen to do what he could to promote this area during the
coming year, that we would be calling on him so soon. But
calling on you, we are! To do what? Merely to write four
letters and say the same thing in all four just ad-
dress them to different people.
In this letter you are urgently requested to write, you
should ask that each of the addressees does all in his power
to secure the release of St. Joseph Peninsula (that part re-
quested for the park) from the Federal Government to the
Florida State Park Service for immediate park development.
Urge that this release be made immediately.
Please date your letter January 18, 1963, put it in an
envelope, but do not mail. Please leave the sealed envelope
at: Florida National Bank at Port St. Joe, Radio Station
WJOE, Port St. Joe, Bildwel Supply Company, Port -St.
Joe, Kennedy Electric, Port St. Joe, The Star Publishing
Company, Port St. Joe, Mexico Beach Corp. Rental Office,
Mexico Beach or the Rainbow Motel, Mexico Beach.
The letters will be picked up and mailed to the four ad-
dressees.
The letters should be addressed to:
Congressman Bob Sikes, United States Congress, Wash-
ington, D. C.
Senator George Smathers, United States Senate, Wash-
ington, D. C.
Senator Spessard L. Holland, United States Senate,
Washington, D. C.
Governor Farris Bryant, Capitol Building, Tallahassee,
Florida.
Write your letters now and leave them at any one of
the above places. The need for this additional support is
urgent. Do not wait until the last minute, do it now. Do
your share to help obtain this park for Gulf County.
Several local people have worked long hours and spent a
good deal of their own money to bring this project about.
It is now almost a certainty, and we are assured that with
a strong show of public sentiment, the land will almost surely
be released to complete the project. Add your support to
the bettering of our area and county.




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Now As Always Your

Help Is Needed To Seek Area Progress

On the surface of things, it would now seem almost cer-
tain that we will get the 2,000 acre state park on St. Joseph
Spit a park that will benefit local residents directly as
well as draw tourist traffic, with their free-flowing dollars,
to the Port St. Joe area. It is a chance to quit drooling over
the glowing reports of booming tourist business of other
areas in Florida and reap some of this good business our-
selves. It is the chance to get a first-class state park right
in our own back yard.
But all of this is not without a small amount of effort
on your part.
From talking with State Park Board officials, it seems
that they have secured the services of one of the best park
planners in the nation, Ray Venten, recently retired from
the National Park Service, to lay out the park. The Park
Service people are bubbling with excitement over the pros-
pects of St. Joseph Point like a child with a new toy. They
have an almost certain source of money to finance the pro-
ject. There will be an unfamiliar lack of having to wheedle
funds for the project. As a matter of fact, the Park Service.
is almost begging us to expedite our end of the deal.


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0U) Wedding
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with pink net. Silver compotes of
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95c ting.
Following the initial cutting of
95lc the cake by the couple, Mrs.,W. T.
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4 cans 59c delabra holding a single burning
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points of interest, Mrs. Swatts
8 oz. 69c chose a suit of soft pink wool com-
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. box 27c and the orchid lifted from her bri-
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V2 oz. 79e The bride attended Port St. Joe
High School and was graduated in
15 oz. 29c St. Joe High School and Gordon
y Military College from where he
8 oz. 25c was graduated in the class of 1956.
He also was graduated from Jun-
8 oz. 27c ior College in the class of 1958. He
is now affiliated with the Floyd
lb. 27c Chevrolet Company.
Out of Town Guests
Out of town relatives and guests
attending were Mrs. W. T. Shoe-
the class of 1961. She is presently
e through attending Chipola Junior College
in Marianna.
The bridegroom attended Port
2 maker of Atlanta, Ga., grandmother
of the bride; Mrs. H. C| Whitaker,


Jesse Stone Is
Elected Historical
Society President
The St. Joseph Historical Society
held its regular meeting January
5, 1963 in the Municipal Building.
Jesse V. Stone, vice-president pre-
sided at the meeting. The nomin-
ating committee submitted the fol-
lowing slate of officers for the
year 1963: President, Jesse V.
Stone; Vice-President, Mrs. Ned S.
Porter; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. R. H. Brinson; assistant, Mrs.
Robert Majors; recording secretary,
Mrs. Ralph Swatts; publicity chair-
man, Charles B. Smith and trea-
surer, William H. Howell, Jr. The
slate of officers was voted upon
and unanimously elected. The new
officers assume their duties in
February.
Other business to come before
the body was a report from Jesse
Stone concerning the progress of
the proposed state park on St. Jo-
seph Point. Mr. Stone emphasized
the enthusiasm expressed by mem-
bers of the State Park Service who
recently toured the proposed park
area. He also stressed the import-
ance of urging the U. S. Senators
and U. S. Congressmen to work
for the immediate release of this
land to the state for park develop-
ment.
NEWS FROM
Mexico Beach
Chilly weather has produced
some nice catches at the Mexico
Beach fishing pier and along the
surf. A couple of the motel opera-
tors report that some of their
guests have made some fair catch-
es.
George Holland at the Mexico
Beach Pure Oil Station is as busy
as a bee with the construction of
his new motel. This new 18-unit
facility will be located on the Mex-
ico Beach Canal near Highway 98.
This, the newest motel on the
beach will be of concrete block
construction and wil have nine ef-
ficiency apartments and nine over-
night units. Planned as a two story
structure, this new motel will fea-
ture a large swimming pool, the
first on Mexico Beach.
0* 00 ..
The Charley Parkers will have
their two story brick colonial home
completed In a couple of months.
One of the largest single family
dwellings on Mexico Beach, it faces
a canal which separates it from
Highway 98 at 25th Street. Several
new homes have been completed
recently. Among them are resi-
dences for Lt. Allen J. Fullerton,
Lt. Robin L. King and Earnest
Thursday. Rental units have been
built for Miss Ruth Hamner of
Talladega, Alabama, The Rev. Gor-
don Reid of Atlanta, Ga., and Miss
Hazel Gaskin of Wewahitchka as
well as C. E. Grow of Colquitt, Ga.
a; I IAIII*


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1963


Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. David
Morris, Winter Park; Miss Vel Rho-
den and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore,
Tallahassee and a number of class-
mates of the bride from Chipola
Junior College.
Entertain Wedding Party
Mr. and Mrs. Silas R. Stone, un-
cle and aunt of the bridegroom
entertained members and guests
of the Gill-Swatts wedding party
with a rehearsal dinner in their
home on Sixteenth Street.
Pre-Nuptial Party
Among the pre-nuptial parties
honoring Mrs. Swatts was a lovely
luncheon given by Mrs. W. T.
Mosely, Jr., Mrs. J. F. Christian
and Misses Anne Mosely and
Cheryl Christian at the home of
Mrs. Mosely.
A color scheme of pink and
white, the bride-elect's chosen col-
or scheme, was used in the living
and dining rooms and a lovely ar-
rangement of pink and white
mums in a silver epergne was the
center piece on the luncheon table.
The hostesses presented the hon-
oree with a dinner plate in her se-
lected china pattern.
Those invited to attend were:
Mrs. Charles Gill, mother of the
honoree; Mrs. Ralph Swatts, moth-
er of the bridegroom-elect, Mrs.
James E. Harrison, sister of the
bridegroom-elect, Misses Peggy
Pyle, Kathleen Dowd, Mary Jane
Bobbitt, Connie Munn, Catherine
Duren, Linda LeHardy and Sharon
Rester of Wewahitchka, Pat Alder-
man of Lakeland, Jeanie Brock of
Cottondale and Faye Enfinger of
Marianna.
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Witnesses Bible
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Circuit Minister for Jehovah's
Witnesses, J. L. Lisle, arrived in
Port St. Joe Monday to complete
preparations for the three day Bi-
ble study convention to be held in
the Centennial Building this week
end. Arriving also is District Super-
visor for Jehovah's Witnesses, D. J.
Thomas, key speaker for the con-
vention on all three days of the
convention.
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tion program to be developed by
more than 20 outstanding witness
ministers from three southern
states.
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says a large portion of the 600 or
so witness delegates will arrive in
Port St. Joe. Among them an or-
ganist, Irvin J. Pearson of Laguna
Beach. A program of organ music
will proceed the public talk Sun-
day from 2:30 to 3:00 p.m.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1963
Al


The several hundred delegates
will be fed three full meals each J
day in the Port St. Joe High School
Cafeteria where witness ministers
cook and serve the meals. .
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day between Bible study sessions key speaker, D. J. Thomas and
the witness delegates will travel missionary wife.
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business places. passed out after the public talk
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study and to teach the only Book Visit In Apalachicola
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for the saving of His people." He son Dickie and Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
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+H STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1963 S Joe the gateway to the world
--- for the Three River System which
is rapidly nearing completion to Al-
ms He as Definite bany, Georgia. He predicts that the
? WsDbiggest industrial expansion in the
:South during the next 25 years
Ideas On' It-eds for Gulf County will be on these rivers-the Chat-
tahoochee, Flint and Apalachicola
Representative Ben C. Williams Williams stated that his inten Rivers
this week made public three items tions for the new organization is Wants Lakeside Park
of concern that he will be working to build the necessary warehouses' In communications with Ed Ma-
toward during the next few months and widen and deepen the Gulf dill, Chairman of the Game and
both during and outside the ses- County Canel from Port St. Joe to Fresh Water Fish Commission,
sion of the State Legislature. the intersection of the Gulf Intra- Representative Williams has re-
Williams has announced that he coastal Waterway near White City. quested the Commission to allow
intends to seek the abolishment of The Gulf County Canal comes into a non-profit organization to take
the Port St. Joe Port Authority in St. Joseph Bay at Highland View. over the fish hatchery located on
order to replace it with a Gulf Williams states that when this the Dead Lakes in Wewahitchka for
County Port Authority, is accomplished, it will make Port the purpose of making a public



Citizens' Federal Savings


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Per Annum

Anticipated Dividend


Payable to its Shareholders on June 30 and

December 31, 1963, Compounded.



All Accounts Insured by the Federal Savings and

Loan Insurance Corporation up to $10,000.00



CITIZENS' FEDERAL

SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION


STATEMENT of CONDITION
December 31, 1962
RESOURCES
First Mortgage Loans
Loans on Savings Accounts
Investments and Securities:
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock
Other Investments
Cash on hand and due from banks
Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (Less Depreciation) ......
Other Assets

LIABILITIES
Savings Share Accounts,
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank
Deferred Credits
Other Liabilities
GENERAL RESERVES:
Federal Insurance Reserve
Reserve for Contingencies ..........


$2,114,519.48
13,228.09
31,000.00
220,000.00
35,306.77
10,183.71
12,811.13
$2,437,049.18
$2,303,207.22
669.52
266.99
89,133.44
43,772.01


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SAVE by the 10th EARN from the Ist!
I hereby certify that the above Statement of Condition of Citizens'
Federal Savings and Loan Association of Port St. Joe, Florida is correct
to the best of my knowledge.
C. J. STEVENS, Jr.
/" Manager


park or place where meetings can
be held. Williams states that with |
the help of the County Commission,
he feels that old barracks and oth-
er buildings can be secured from
military bases which could be used
for sleeping facilities, enabling
accommodations for large family
reunions, conventions and other ga-
therings to take place on this pro-
perty.
He stated this would not inter-
fere with the hatchery in the event
the Game and Fresh Water Com-
mission wishes to reactivate this
property.
Asks Recognition for Gulf
Williams recently received from
Wendell Jarrard, Chairman of the
Florida Development Commission,
his official card to be a "Florida
Greeter".
Williams has written to Jarrard,
a letter expressing dissatisfaction
in state advertising brochures af-
ter noticing that he could not find
Gulf County mentioned in any
place in the brochures.
Williams stated that he welt that
while we are greeting our tourists
we should remind them of our good
government and there is no
better way to do this than to have
on the front of each of these bro-
chures a picture of the Monument
commemorating the birthplace of
Florida's first Constitution in the
Town of Saint Joseph (now Port St.
Joe) in 1838.
Representative Williams also sug-
gested to the Director that he
would like to see a large picture
of this Monument placed in the
Florida showcase in New York, and
that the broadcaster on the "To-
day" show which originates in the
Florida Showcase be placed in
front of the picture of the Monu-
ment.
Williams further stated that Gulf
County pays its share of taxes and
up to now he has not seen any
honorable mention in any of the
state advertising about this county.
He further pointed out that Gulf
County has some of the best fresh
water fishing and hunting in and
around Wewahitchka, the county
seat, to be found anywhere in
Florida.
Charles K. Marlow Is
Stationed At Midway
MIDWAY ISLAND (FHTNC)-
Charles K. Marlow, aviation elec-
tronice technician airman, USN,
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Marlow
of 803 Marvin Ave., Port St. Joe,
is serving with a detachment of
the Pacific Airborne Early Warn-
ing Squadron at Midway Island.
The squadron is a seaward exten-
sion of the Distant Early Warning
(DEW) Line ringing the North
American continent for defensive
purposes. The squadron flies radar-
equipped Super Constellation air-
craft.
THETA RHO GIRLS
TO INSTALL OFFICERS
The Theta Rho Girls Club will
have installation of their officers
January 14 at 7:30 in the American
Legion Hall. All girls between the
ages of 12 and 18 who are interest-
ed in this club are especially invit-
ed to attend with their parents.
The public is cordially invited to
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ORGANIZED SEPTEMBER 26, 1956
GROWTH IN RESOURCES
June 30, 1957 ..-.......--.....-.. $ 401,067.84
June 30, 1958 ....--------.$ 839,372.19
June 30, 1959 -------$1,373,921.74
June 30, 1960 ....---.--........... $1,779,116.32
June 30, 1961 ....---...........-. $2,037,374.17
June 30, 1962 ..--------$2,280,849.10


December 31, 1962 ......


$2,437,049.18


Anticipated Dividend
41/4% PER ANNUM
Ho04




OFFICE HOURS
Daily ----....... 9.00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.


Friday


-... 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.
4:30 P.M. to 6:30 P.M.


Citizens' Federal Savings & Loan Association


Port St. Joe, Florida


Frosty Morn Best
Sliced Bacon
POUND


First Cut
Slab Bacon
POUND


Fresh Pork
Neck Bones
3V2 POUNDS


Bucket Swift's Sliced Ends and Pieces
Chitterlings $1.00 BACON 5 lbs. $1.00
Fresh Ground Our Own Pan
BEE F 3 Ibs. $1.09 Sausage 3 Ibs. $1.00
Hog Cured Register-3 Lb. Bag
MAW 3 lbs. 59c PORK CHOPS Weiners, bag $1.00
Ham P Tender
Hock 3 lbs. $1.00 BEEF LIVER

Minute Steaks POUNDS

10 C ea. "Just Like Ham" $1000

PEPS COLAS Supreme Aunt Jemima
Bottle ICE MILK GRITS
HALF GALLON 5 POUNDS


with purchase of 2 doz.
large brown eggs

ATTENTION!
WATCH THE SIGNS All customers keep em-
ON OUR FRONT WINDOWS and DOORS pty drink bottles in
shopping cart until you
For Our EXTRA HOT SPECIALS reach the check out
EACH WEEK counter! hank You
Pure Country Cane Canada Dry 28 Oz.
SYRUP 1Agal. 69c DRINKS each 10c
Bama Hershey or Mars
MAYONNAISE qt. 49c Candy Bars 10 for 39c
Perfection Fancy Long Grain Robin Hood, Plain or Self Rising
R IC E 3 Ibs. 39c FLOUR 25 Ibs. $ 1.99

Pure Little Reb Frozen
L A R D DOG FOOD VEGETABLES
GALLON 13 CANS 6 BOXES


79c $1.00 $1.00

HEADQUARTERS FOR -

Turnips Mustard Collards Green Cabbage


Good
Avocados
ea. 1Oc

SINGLE


Bag Delicious
APPLES
3 bags $1.00


Bananas lOC


Celery, stalk
Lettuce, head
Carrots, bag


Fla. Grade 'A' Large
Doz. EGGS
With $10.00 Order

FREE!


Best Kiln Dried
Sweet Potatoes
10c lb.


Fresh Florida
Turnip Roots 3 lb 25c

Reduced To Sell!
Brazil Nuts 3 Ibs. $1.00


New Cottage American


2 Lb. Loaf


Cheese 69c


Delight
OLEO
2 POUNDS

29c


- SPECIALS for TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY, JAN. 8- 2 ---


Swift's Stick
BUTTER
POUND

69c


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Port.St. Joe, Florida








.. .


Jaycees Make "Toys for Tots" Delivery

To 17 Families During Christmas


During the Christmas holidays
the Port St. Joe Jaycees played
"Santa Claus" for 17 families in
the Port St. Joe area who might
not otherwise have had a very
Merry Christmas.
The Jaycees, through their
annual "Toys for Tots" program
furnished toys, groceries and
clothing, along with a big Christ-


Lodge for distribution in that
section of the City in addition to
the 17 families cared for.
Local response to the Jaycee
appeal for toys and canned goods
was greater this year than ever
before. Quality toys and an am-
ple supply of groceries was avail-
able for every family served by
the Jaycees.
Jaycees pictured about in front
of, beside of and on top of two
of the four pick-up truck loads
of toys and groceries are, left
to right, James Moore, Hulon


Mitchell, Edwin Peters, Bill
Brown, Bob Freeman, Tom Ford,
Robert Nedley, Jimmy Costin,
Ted Cannon, Don Grossman, Har-
ry Tison, Bob ElIzey, Joe Parrott
and Roy Burch. (Star Photo)

Bowling News
(Continued From Page 2)
Bowling Lanes Friday night Jan-
uary 11 to form a mixed doubles
league. The time will be at 7:30
p.m. Anyone interested in joining
this league is urged to- attend.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1963
INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE
There was a whole lot of bowling
going on Tuesday night. After it
was over, the Box Plant had knock-
ed Vitro from the league leader-
hip. They divided their points,
wo each. Pulp Mill applied the
pressure to Back Maintenance for
11 four points, and took over first
place in the process. The Labora-
ory kicked a helpless Paper Mill
or three and took over third place
n that process.
Lee Taylor was the whole show
or Box Plant and personally beat
Vitro with a fine 559 series. Lee
*ot some help from John Brown,
dlto Worley and Marvin Bearden.
The big news for Vitro was a 245
game by Bill Tew. This is high
game in the league so far. Randy
IcClain and Danny Maddox help-
ed salvage the split for Vitro.
The Laboratory was led by Tom
'hornton's big 542. This is a per-
onal high for Tom. "Mac" McAr-
.le at 412 and Martin Britt at 405
Helped pin the loss on Paper Mill.
Bill Joe Davis rolled a neat 481
nd Archie Floyd a 475 for Paper
Mill.
The Pulp Mill, according to Rod
Jensen, could do no wrong. Big Joe
)avis was chasing a 600 series, at
70 to lead Pulp Mill. Yours truly
did well to. finish at 536. Rod Jen-
en and company put up quite a
battle before kicking the dust. Rod
hot a 524 which isn't bad. Peanut
IcCroan and Jim Burke were all
ver 400. This kept Pulp Mill hon-
est all night.
Electric Meter and Glidden post-
poned their match until later.


Team Standings W
Pulp Mill 41
Vitro 40%
Laboratory ---------35
Back Maintenance _--- 34%
Box Plant 32


L
23
23%
29
29/2
32


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The Tattler
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL l,
Published by
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE o,
PHONE BALL 7-4261 '
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little tan"
BOYLE8
eTrRE PERSONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES MREan Or"
TONY POWELL Men's and Boy's Department
GLADYS S. GILL .___ Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-WeOr
RUTH KEELS Sportswear and Hosiery
NORMA LEE ROYAL Shoes for the Factily
IRIS OLIVIA DAVIS ___ Ladies' and Chlidren's Lingerie
HAROLD KEELS and DORENE SPEARS Bxtra

BOYLES' '63 SALE
ADDS UP TO A MIGHTY
CLEARANCE of SEASONAL GOODS!
STARTS TODAY!
Dear Friends:
Little time for Tattle these busy days Mana-
ger says it's time to get down to brass tacks and ser-
ious business! Makes good sense, too! We've taken
inventory, re-assembled and re-assessed our stock of
merchandise, cleaned, scrubbed and dusted and
Lo and behold! we still have thousands of
dollars worth of merchandise that must be sold in order
dollars worth of merchandise that must be sold in
order to make room, and be fair to the Great Year of
'63! It'll cost us plenty but it'll put Cash
Savings into your pocket! Here's just a sample of
this good deal for you:


500 Pairs SHOES -
For Ladies and Children -
Values up to $6.99 -


-$2.63
- $3.63
- $4.63


The Lighter Side of Selling: Customer: "Have
you a book called, 'Man, the Master of Women'?"
Salesgirl: "Fiction counter to the left, sir."
The heartbreaking, serious side of selling:
Found in Boyles smashing '63 Clearance Sale ...
Entire Stock Men's and Boys
JACK7 Of Marked
JACKETS 67% Price Save 33%!
Lighter side: The shapely young thing had the
dress back on for the third time and was strutting
before the mirrors when the saleslady asked: "Would
you like to go out on the street and try it for whis-
tles?"


The darker side (for the merchant):
A fabulous group of our popular

DRESSED S WValues up
S E' SE S to $5.99


'63 Sale!

$3.63 ea.


A sentence from an essay entitled, "The Art of
Achievement" by Wilferd A. Peterson: You select
and mix the positive colors of heart, mind and spirit
into the qualities of effective living: patience, deter-
mination, endurance, self discipline, work, love and
faith."
We close wit this '63 Boomerang Buy!
Men's Full Size White Hemstitched

HANDKERCHIEFS 8 for 63c
S'long RGB.



FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS 8. HARRIS, D.D., Minister

Church School 9:45 A.H.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Bibye Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship .............. --------6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.


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 AM.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:15 AM.
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

Glidden 28 32 Pridgeon's with a 520 series. Jim-
Electric Meter _._____ 22 38 my Costin followed very close with
Paper Mill 19 43 a 5- 5.
The Custom Shop's Troy Gay led
MERCHANT'S LEAGUE them with a 470 series followed by
By D. L. Sickmon Freeman's 441.
After a three week delay for the Pate's Shell Service met Py-
holidays the Merchant's League lart's "tough three" on alleys
settled down to bowling, three and four as Pate's took three
The Pridgeon Agency and thi of the four. Daniels, rolling a 493
Custom Shop met on alleys one series, led as Ray Medlin rolled a
and two for a split of the four. War- 483 and Grady Dean a 418 series.
ing Murdock, after receiving his Luie Holland led Pate's Shell
patch from ABC for the 7-10 split with a 497 series which included a
club, of which he is the sole mem 219 game in his first. His game
her of the club in this area, led (Continued On Page 8)


mas baking hen. All of the sup-
plies and toys were distributed
on Sunday afternoon prior' to
Christmas by the Jaycees.
In charge of the "Toys for
Tots" program this year were
Jaycees Hulon Mitchell and Bill
Brown.
Many toys were given by the
Jaycees to the Colored Masonic


New Management for


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NOW OPEN....

In The DeLuxe Laundry and Dry Cleaner Building



Hinote's Barer Shop


NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Two experienced barbers to give you a complete barbering service .
Come by today! All new shop and equipment with years of know-
how to operate them! And the best shoe shine in town!


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THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1963


YOUZL FIND IT IfN THE


FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
wished apartment with garage at apartment. Call 227-5756. ltc
1206 Palm Blvd. Call 227-7431 after NCER and SPIRELLA Corsets-
4:00 p.m. and brassieres. Surgical, orthope-
FOR LEASE: Sinclair service sta- dic and maternity. Registered cor-
tion for lease in Port St. Joe. setiere. Gladys Taylor, phone 227-
Call SU 5-4431, Panama City or 8491. Itp
write Sinclair Refining Co., Box -- -
1669. tfc-12-6 FOR SALE: Two mattresses, dou-
ble sdie, with matching box
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- springs. Good condition. Selling to
ment. For couple only at 1621 avoid storing. Also one vanity
Monument Ave. Phone 227-7641. tf dresser. Call 227-5291. Mrs. Ralph
E. Rich. ltp
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house on --
the beach at Beacon Hill. Hot FOR SALE: Webcor -'President'
water and gas free. Completely Stereo portable with twin detach-
furnished. Call 648-3631, H. B.; able speakers. Like new. $119.95.
Dawson. tfc-1-10 Surplus Sales of St. Joe, 201 Mon.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished large 2 FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom
bedroom house. Fenced back brick home. 1031 Long Ave. Ph
yard. Garrison Ave. Phone 227- 648-4128, J. A. Mira.
8536 after 5 p.m. tf-1-10FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom home
FOR RENT: On St. Joe Beach. 3- in excellent condition, with den.
bedroom, two bath unfurnished., ile bath, wall to wall carpet in liv-
Two 2-bedroom furnished. In city, Ing room. Many other extras to go
two 1-bedroom houses furnished, with sale. Located at 1310 Wood-
Smith's Pharmacy. tfc-1-10 ward Ave. Priced for quick sale,
Presently FHA financed
FOR RENT: Trailer space in Oak If interested phone 227-5261, George
. Grove. Sewer and water. $14.00 H. Wimberly, Jr. tfc 10-4
month. Phone L. C. Davis, 227-
7059. tfc-1-10 FOR SALE: Modern 2 bedroom


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


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Pate's Service Center

Port St. Joe, Florida


concrete 1 'ock house, Insulated,
thermostat controlled heat on 185
x75 ft. lot. New chain link fence
around back yar,. Pay equity or
low financing cost. See at 129 Hun-
ter Circle, Ferrell Allen, Jr. tfc
LOTS FOR SALE: In Phillip's Sub-
division on the Intra-Coastal Ca-
nal at Overstreet. Siall down pay-
ment, up to three years to pay.
For information contact Mrs. L. T.
AirLold, Max Kilbourn or R. D.
Prows, Jr., Phone 227-4991. tfc
MAN WANTED to serve consumers
in Gulf County or Port St. Joe
with Rawleigh Products. Steady
good earnings year round. No cap-
ital required. Write Rawleigh FAL-
100-11, Memphis, Tenn. 4tp-12-20
FOR EXPERT Cabinet work, call
229-2742. 2tp-1-10

WHEN YOU PLAN TO MOVE see
SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE.
We can help you solve your moving
problems, whether small or large,
whether across town or across the
country. Let us tell you about stor-
age terms, too. We represent May-
flower, equipped with every mod-
ern technique and convenience to
handle your most priceless possess-
ions with care and speed. Our train-
ed personnel are interested first
in satisfying you. Give us a try.
SURPLUS SA-LES of ST. JOE, 201
Monument Ave., across from the
Post Office. ttec
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8:00 p.m.
at Parish House, 609% 6th St. Port
R J T. 'Fl n laPin e 92-91241 for
421. 1 or


Michigan Chemical

Stock Is Sold
Velsicol Chemical Corporation
of Chicago, announces that it has
purchased a substantial number
of shares of Michigan Chemical
Corporation.
Michigan produces bromine,
methyl bromide, magnesium ox-
ide, periclase, salt, calcium chlor-
ide and various other chemicals
at plants located at St. Louis and I
Manistee, Michigan, Eldorado,
Arkansas and Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida.
Velsicol manufactures hydro-
carbon resins, solvents, chlorine,
caustic soda, and agricultural
chemicals including chlordane,
heptachlor, endrin and Banvel
at plants located at Marshall, Il-
linois, Memphis, Tennessee and
Houston, Texas.


INCOME TAX
RETURNS PREPARED
Also, I will do part or full-
time bookkeeping in my home
or at your place of business. Ex-
perienced in all types of book
work. Typing work done neatly
and correct. R. W. HENDERSON,
Phone 229-1716.
INCOME TAX RETURNS filled out
Call 648-4318, Mrs. Jean Martin,
St. Joe Beach. 14tc-1-10


Income Tax Service

File Returns Early

J. D. CLARK
Prompt and efficient.
INCOME TAX SERVICE
1017 Long Avenue

WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-
ing first and third Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. Amerioan Legion
Home.
EPTIC TANKS dumped out. Call
Buford Griffia, Phone 7-7011 for
wick expert service. teU
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged tc
attLLena.
Nole Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
R. A. M.-iltegular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4ta Mondays. All viait'
Ing companions welcome.
Everett McFarland, High Priest
Edgar Smith, Secretary
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ROBERT L. CREAMER, W. M.
ROY K. BLACKSHEAR, Sec.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery. NO. 2234
BETTY C. NELSON,
Plaintiff,
-vs.-
ALLAN HERBERT NELSON,
Defendant
, NOTICE TO: Allan Herbert Nelson whose
place of residence is unknown.
On or before the 21st day of January,
A.D. 1962 the defendant, Allan Herbert
Nelson is required to serve upon 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 him herein.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of
said Court at Wewahitchka, Gulf County,
Florida, this 17th day of December, A.D.
1962.


Grade Hunt
First: Reb, owned by Boyce Haw-
kins of Panama City.
Second: Jeff, owned by Billy Wil-
son of Panama City and Ruby own-
ed by John Carter of Wausau.
Third: Boone, owned by W. A.
Prottor of Greenville, Miss.
Grade Bench Show
Best female of show, Mary own-
ed by Thomas Rogers of Port St.
Joe. Best male, Smokey owned by I
John E. Carter of Wausau.
Registered Bench Show
Best female, Shole River Judy
of Crestview. Best male, Crows Big
Ike, owned by Sgt. C. E. Crow of
Columbus, Ga.
Ch. of Ch. Bench Show
Ch. Baker's Lady Luck owned by
E. M. Ward of Greenville, Miss.

Methodists To Have

Special Program Sun.


The "Voice of the pew" will be
1- -l IF. t M m th dist


/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE, near at the rsl e oivin*uul!
Clerk Circuit Court. Church, Sunday, January 13, at t
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
First publication 12-20-62 4t evening worship service which t
-- + gins at 7:30 p.m.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Members of the congregation
OF MEMBERS OF CITIZENS' FED- will be given an opportunity
ERAL SAVINGS and LOAN AS- speak briefly on the theme, "T
SOCIATION of PORT ST. JOE. Experience That Meant Most '
The annual meeting of members Me In 1962". After the voice
of Citizens Federal Savings and from the pew have responded th
Loan Association of Port St. Joe minister will conclude the perin
will be held on Wednesday, Janu- by speaking on the same subject
ary 16, 1963, at 2:00 p.m., EST., A period of old fashioned hyn
in the office of the association at singing will be enjoyed by ti
401 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe, Flor- congregation and the Youth Cho
ida, for the purpose of electing di- under the direction of Tomn
rectors for the ensuing term, and Pridgeon, will render special m
to transact any other business sic during the service.
which may legally come before ______
said meeting."
Signed: C. J. STEVENS, J Rotary Sees Travelogu

Manager ;ilm At Meeting
Citizens Federal will close for
business at 12:00 p.m. on Wednes- The Port St. Joe Rotary Club e
day, January 16, 1963 in order to joyed a travellogue film at the
hold annual meeting of members, regular meeting last Thursday

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF noo.gram chairman Cecil Cur
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL Program chairman Cecil Cur
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN showed the club a film of the sce
AND FOR GULF COUNTY. ery to be seen, along with history
IN CHANCERY, places along the Henry Ford M
SHARRON G. WILSON, ) moral Highway. The highway ru:
Plaintiff, b
vs. ) rom the Canadian border to Mexil
CHARLES ROLAND WILSON,) City, Mexico.
Defendant. ) Some of the sights to be see
NOTICE TO: CHARLES ROLAND along the highway are, the o
WILSON, whose place of residence ao hgwya t
is unknown. West, the site of Custer's la
On or before the 11th day of stand, Yosemite National Park, tl
February, A. D., 1963, the Defend- Alamo and many other interestit
ant, Charles Roland Wilson, is re- sites.
quired to serve upon, William J.
Rish, Plaintiff's attorney, whose Guest of the club was Bob Ric
address is 303 Fourth Street, Port of Rockport, Texas.
St. Joe, Florida, a copy of and file
with the Clerk of said Court, the N
original of an answer to the Bill of Bowling NOWS
Complaint for divorce filed against
him herein. (Continued From Page 7)
WITNESS my hand and official (o i P )
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka, was third highest for the alle:
Gulf County, Florida, this 9th day Monday. Luie rolled a big 107 pii
of January, A. D., 1963. over his average for the series
GEORGE Y. CORE Billy Joe Richards, rolling a 48
Clerk of Circuit CourtB. l oe Rh ro ao
(COURT SEAL) 4t-1-10 series took the number two slot.


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Fire Department
Still On The Go

The cold weather and dry grass
and woods, continue to keep the
Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment busy.
Last Thursday afternoon, the
department put out a small grass
fire on Bellamy Circle. The fire was
apparently caused by burning
trash in the area and was quickly
put out.
Sunday morning at 4:00 a.m. the
Department had to go to Beacon
Hill where a house belonging to
Bill Carr of Port St. Joe was afire.
The house was unoccupied and
the fire was not discovered until
the house was beyond saving.
The fire department kept the
fire from spreading to adjoining
dwellings, however. The firemen
were at something of a disadvan-
tage, since the burning house was
just a few feet from Florida Pow-
er transmission lines carrying 7200
volts. These lines were engulfed
by the blaze and it was feared that
they would melt in two and cause
a danger to those fighting the
blaze. The wires held out, though,
and the danger was averted.
The Fire Department was called
to the home of Willie Tiller, 305
Avenue D about 6:00 p.m. Tues-
day afternoon.
A mattress was on fire in the
home and was quickly put out by
the department.


Results Given On

Wild Coon Hunt
Below are the results of the con-
test conducted in the wild coon
hunt held in Gulf County last Fri-
day and Saturday.
Registered Hunt
First: Gulf Coast Annie, owned
by John E. Carter of Wausau.
Second: Sandy Creek Frosty
owned by Thomas Rogers, Port St.
Joe.
Third: Crows Blue Smoky Joe,
owned by Sgt. C. E. Crow of Co-
lumbus, Ga.


The big "O's" from Pa
der Bar had to bow to a s
The Sand Bar on five and
number seven team in th
rolled 41 pins scratch over
the second game with Way
leading with a new alley
a 674 series and high gam
season of 267 in his second
won a case of beer do:
Lewis Hanna at The Sand
St. Joe. Troy McMillian
Wayne with a 461 series.
Bar set a new record f
selves with a high gami
and high series of 2196
season.
Jake "hard luck" Kolle
big "O's" with a 540 serin
ed by "jumping Ted GI
who rolled a 520 series.
high series for the alley
2436, with "hard luck" Ko
series third high for tt
Monday night.
On alleys seven and ei
lip's 66 and Floyd Chev:
with Phillips walking a'
three of the four.
Lee Taylor for Phillip's
a 221 in his first game i
series to lead them.- Le
standout all the way with
bowling and brand new
shirt. Lee was second hig
series on the alleys Mond
Al Jensen followed Lee w
series. The light refle'
Lee's new shirt must ha
Al's eyes.
Floyd Chevrolet had J
son rolling a 511 series
them. Sonny Floyd follow
with a 439 series. Floyd'
two men blind were at a
Team Standings
Pat's Wonder Bar -_----
Pridgeon's Agency -----
Phillip's 66
Pate's Shell Service --
Floyd Chevrolet. .-------
The Custom Shop _-.-
The Sand Bar -
Pylant's


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ..-..-..------.6:15
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .......-..-----. 7:30


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"Come and Worship God With Us"




Oak Grove Assembly of God Church

FRED HUNT, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 a.m.
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.





PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th

Prayer Service (Wednesday) ... 7:45 P.M.
Sunday School ____ 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship __ 11.00 A.M.
| Evening Worship 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Joel S. McGraw, Pastor
Comfortably AIr-conditloned

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You Are Cordially 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 --.----............... 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .-....... 7:30 p.m.

Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


it's Won- COMMERCIAL BOWLING '
split with Well, as I stated last weSk,
six. The Roehe's and; Basil's were out to fe-
ie league venge their defeats two weeks aqo.
r Pat's in I didn't think for a minute they
'ne Smith had a chance against the league
record of leaders, Costin's and St. Joe Ste.e-
ie for the dores. But as it turned out they
d. Wayne didn't pay a bit more attention to
nated by those patches labeled, "League
ds Bar in champions" than Sonny Liston pajd
followed to Floyd Patterson. Both teams
The Sand swept three games from the top
for them- runners while. Michigan -Chemidal
e of 818 allowed Florida Nation''iBafnk only
for the one half point.
To start off with on alleys one
r led the and two. we saw the Stevedores
es follow- salvage only the third game while
rabowski" Basil's Standard teai took them
Pat's had to the lube rack for three points.
vs with a Lee Taylor's name won't be listed
ller's 540 last today because he was the big
he alleys gas man for Basil's with 505. "Big"
Joe Davis only had one good game
but he pulled out to a 480 series.
ght, Phil- Ted Grabowski led 'the Stevedores
rolet met with one of his -ows ,for the year
way with series of 444. Danny Maddox again
was highest over his average for
66 rolled his team hitting 441 Pretty good
nd a 545 for his first year at. this sport. Rul
ee was a Whitehurst also had a 441, follow-
h his fine ed by Yank .Zimmerman's-.423.-
bowling Alleys three and four saw Michi-
gh for his gan Chemical allowing Florida Na-
day night. tional Bank only a tie of one game
vith a 528 enabling the plant men to take
acting off three and a half- points. The tie
ve got in was the league's first-.this ye#.
Even though his team was getting
Tohn Han- pounded, Dennis Arnold had a field
s to lead day rolling a league second high
wed John series of 623. Dennis put games .f
s bowling 219, 212 and.192 together .for lis
handicap. series. His series with handicap
W L ties Jake Koller's 662 for high haii-
44 20 dicap series. :
43 21 Team Standings W 'L
37 27 Costin's 40 24
32 32 Stevedores 40 24
30 34 Basil's Standard 29 35
29 35 Roche's Furniture -.--.- 29
25 391Fla. National Bank '25Y% 34%
18 46 Michigan Chemical 24% 35Z


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NOTICE: We are beginning our annual inventory. We ur-
gently request that you pick up any pictures that yoty hMa'
have in our studios. Pictures dating back into the p ast year
not claimed by their owners, must be destroyed. We re-
quest your immediate attention 'to this matter.


LYNART STUDIO
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