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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 24, 1963
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
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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).
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"

TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1963 NUMBER 19




I Franklin County Asks Gulfs Help



flIn Proposed Joint Airport Project


State Health Board Official Praises

Dr. Lowery In Letter To Board


LEGION PRESENTS FLAGS TO HIGH SCHOOL CLASSROOMS


The Willis V. Rowan, Post 116,
American Legion presented a
number of American flags to the
Port St. Joe High School last
week, as a part of their program
of stressing the increased use of
the American flag in Port St.


Joe.
The Legion presented a flag
for each classroom in the Port
St. Joe High School.
Shown above making the pre-
sentation are, left to right, Al-
bert Thames and John T. Simp-


'Bob Bracewell Receives State-Wide

Publicity For Hunting From Wheelchair

Bob Bracewell, 17-year-old son age and desire to carry on his nor-
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bracewell of inal activities from his wheelchair
Port St. Joe, received state-wide to which he has been bound by a
recognition last week from the Mi- diving accident some three years
ami Herald. ago.
Bob's story of killing a 480 lb. The article chides the hunters of
Sambar deer from a wheelchair re- the state, who manage to spend
cently, drew 'some much-deservd hunting season on two legs
publicity from the state's largest th no deer hunting season on two. Butlegs,
nws r 'th no deer to show for t. But,
n-ws1per. -.l t.. Aeritained 17-year-old bound to
The paper published a picture of a wheelchair has killed two this
the deer and the four teen-age hun- season! And one of them the 480
ters which brought it home, along Pound monster.


with a nice write-up of Bob's cour-


Local Minister

Suffers Injuries

Rev. Leon Victor Williams, age
30, of Port St. Joe, is in critical
condition in the Baptist Hospital
in Pensacola following a two-vehi-
cle crash near Crestview e&ly
Tuesday morning. Rev. .Williams
was treated at.the Okaloosa Memo-
rial Hospital in Crestview after the
wreck and transferred to Pensa-
cola for brain surgery.
Ralph W. Atwell of Jacksonville
was also listed in critical condition
with ,numerous injuries at the Ok-'
aloosa Hospital from the wreck.
Atwell was driving a big tractor
trailer rig loaded with iron pipe
and Rev. Williams was driving a
small foreign auto.
Both vehicles were demolished
and damage will exceed $10,000, ac-
cording to State Trooper J. S. Fos-
ter, who investigated for the Flor-
ila Ilighway Patrol.
The accident occurred on U. S.
90 about three' and a half miles
west of Crestview.
Rev. Williams was charged with
driving on the wrong side of the
road.
Rev. Williams is a former pastor
of the Oak Grove Church of God
and is now doing evangelistic
work.


Kiwanis Club Hears of
National Guard Changes
Major Bobby Howell of the Apa-
lachicola unit of the National
Guard told the Kiwanis Club Tues-
day, of changes to be made in the
Florida Guard.
Unlike the Reserves, the Nation-
al Guard is controlled by the state
governor, with the local unit's sta-
tus being outlined by Washington.
Howell stated that the Apalachi-
cola unit, which has several Port
St. Joe men as members, will have
its status changed for the third
time in ten years. This means a
complete retaining of the entire
unit. The unit started as a rifle
unit, was changed to a heavy mor-
tar company, then to armored cav-
alry and now is being converted to
an engineers unit.
Howell stated that in Florida,
the Guard numbers 7,535 men and
100 officers.
Howell stated that the Apalachi-
cola group contains 90 enlisted
men and five officers from Apala-
chicola, Carrabelle, Port St. Joe
and Wewahitchka. Fifteen of these
men are from Port St. Joe.
Guests of the club were Leon
Hobbs and Freddy Chason of Port
St. Joe High School, Alan Stone of
Monticello, Jimmy Wilson of Pan-
ama City and Ham Bisbee of Tal-
lahassee and W. C. Roche of Port
St. Joe.


Pictured above is the new city lubrication and gasoline facilities
warehouse facilities recently set for city vehicles, repair shops,
Up by the City Commission to and greasing facilities.
house all city materials and pro- The new facilities are located
vide a parking lot and barn for on Highway 71 near the City Lim-
city vehicles, its.
Also provided in the area is (Star photo)


son. Receiving the flags are Miss
Netta Niblack, school librarian
and Leroy Bowdoin, principal.
Also making presentations are,
Mrs. Parker Hart and Mrs. Mada-
leine Whitaker of the Legion
Auxiliary. (photo by Lynart)


It was a night for reading cor-
respondence for the Gulf County
Board of Commissioners Tuesday
night at their regular meeting.
Franklin County sent a letter to
the Board asking their assistance
in obtaining federal funds to cre-
ate an airport near Apalachicola.
The letter stated that the air-
port would be known as the Frank-
lin County-Gulf County Airport.
Since the letter contained no fur-
ther details on the matter, the
Gulf County Board decided, to ask


C of C Will Elect

Directors At Annual

Meetina Monday


Cold Weather Keeps Walter Dodson, President of the
FiremenOn The Go Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce
Tuesday morning at 7:45, Volun- announced this week that the an-
teer Firemen were called to the nual meeting of the Chamber will
home of AIr. and Mrs. J. B. Wal- be held next Monday night, Janu-
ters in Highland View when an ary 28. The annual dinner meeting
overheaded chimney caught their will be held in the Cafeteria of the
home afire. Port St. Joe High School at 7:30
Most of the flame was in the at- p.m.
tic, and 'quick action by the de- Jack Bradley, an official of the
apartment kept the flames from Flo;ida Park Service will be the
spreading. main speaker of the evening and
Fire damage was confined to will probably fill the membership
the area around the chimney with in on the attempt to secure 2,000
considerable smoke and water dam- acres of land on,St. Joseph's Penin-
age throughout the home. sula for a statb park. -`
Grass Fire The Monday night meeting will
A small grass fire which threa- also be the annual election meet-
tened a garage and an apartment ing, at which time the Chamber
house, called out the Department elects a new slate of directors for
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. the coming year. The directors
The fire was in the yard of Mrs. selected, choose the Chamber's of-
Nick Comforter on Seventh St., ficers.
and was lapping up the side of President Dodson says that mem-
Mrs. Comforter's garage and threa- bers have received cards through
tening a garage apartment next the mail and urges that the return
door when firemen arrived on the card be returned by those planning
scene. to attend.
The fire was quickly put out be- Prospective members are also in-
fore any heavy damage resulted. vited and urged to attend.


Road Play Disastrous To Sharks; Suffer

Two Losses From Quincy and Bay High


Port St. Joe's Sharks took to the
road this past week and took two
shellackings at the hands of two
-larger teams.
In Quincy last Friday night, the
Sharks bowed to the Tigers 73-39.
The Sharks had defeated the Ti-
gers earlier in the season.
The Sharks were lambasted by
Kenneth 'Jensen and Jack Higdon,
who scored 21 and 17 points res-
pectively.
Randy Weston paced Port St.
Joe with 11 points. Weston was the
only Shark to score in the double


figures.
Quincy
Chason
Earnest
Owens
Dover
Higdon
Jensen
Whitley
McCall
Score


fg ft tpSharks
1 2 4Dodson
3 2 8Ken'ton
4 2 lOGriner
5 3 13Johnson
7 3 17Weston
6 9 21Hobbs
02 2
1 0 2
by quarters:


fg ft tp
10 2
32 8
24 8
20 4
5 1 11
02 2


Port St. Joe --- 6 7 10 16-39
Quincy ---------8 18 24 23-73
LOSE TO BAY HI
The Sharks suffered their second
lop-sided loss of the week to big
Bay High of Panama City Tuesday
night, 64-32.
The setback was Port St. Joe's
i sixth in 10 starts.
Larry Griner led the Sharks ef-
forts with nine points. St. Joe's
leading scorer to date, Freddie Cha-
son was limited to two free
throws.
Trailing 53-22 at the end of the
third period, Coach Marion Craig
yanked his regulars and sent in
reserves with instructions to con-
trol the ball and look only for the
layup.
Back-to-back field goals by Jim-
my Goodman made the former B
team player the hero of the night
as St. Joe recovered four points of
its deficit.


The Shark Jayvees also went
down in defeat, 37-21.


Sharks
Chason
Dodson
Ken'ton
Griner
Johnson
Versiga
Goodman
Weston
Evans


fg ft tp | Bay Hi
0 2 2 | Gilmer
0 4 4 Nixon
1 1 3 Yard
3 3 9 Paul
1 0 2 Marshall
0 1 1 Cul'son
n 2 0 4 Golden
1 3 5 Kelly
0 2 2 Morris


fg ft tp
21 5
7 2 16
25 9
1 2. 4
5 3 13
10 2
11 3
3 1 7
1 1 3


Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe --- 6 8 8 10-32


Bay High __


17 16 20 11-64


Tomorrow night, the Sharks tra-
vel to Malone to meet the high-fly-
ing Tigers, and on Tuesday night
of next week they will play host
to the Rutherford Rams.


BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ray Tew
of Kinard announce the birth of a
son, Allen Ray on January 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ray Huddles-
ton of Port St. Joe announce the
birth of twin daughters, Trudye
Lee and Trezia LaRue on January
18.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
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Error in IGA Ad
There is an error in the IGA
advertisement this week.
On presenting a proof of the
ad to the market, the Clorox spe-
cial was marked to be taken out
due to not enough of the item
being on hand.
The item was inadvertently
left in the ad. So if the Clorox
is all gone, don't feel bad, it
wasn't even supposed to be in
the ad.


the Franklin County Board for a
joint meeting to discuss the pro-
ject. It was surmised that the old
airport near Apalachicola would
be utilized in the project.
The Bay County Board wrote to
Gulf County stating that they
would no longer use Gulf County
prisoners on their road working
crews effective February 1. This
agreement with Bay County has
saved the county a good deal of
money in the past since Bay Coun-
ty furnishes the prisoners needs in
return for their labor.
The Board asked the Sheriff to
try to secure the same type work-
ing agreement with Jackson Coun-
ty after the Bay County agreement
is terminated.
Dr. Lowery Praised
Another letter was received by
the Board Tuesday from Dr. Albert
Harvey, assistant state health of-
ficer of the State Board of Health.
Dr. Harvey was quite lengthy in
his praise of Dr. Willa Dean Low-
ery, Gulf County health officer,
now under fire by certain members
of the Gulf County Board.
Dr. Harvey went to some length
to tell the Board of Dr. Lowery's
good work and capabilities in oth-
er areas of service.
Merit System Discussed
The Board went into a lenthy
discussion pertaining to the work-
ing up of a working agreement for
county employees. There was a
good deal of conservation of creat-
ing a merit system for county em-
ployees, but no definite action on
this matter was taken.
Road Work
Edward A. Bandjough City Com-
missioner of Wewahitchka appear-
ed before the Board and stated that
the County Seat was desirous of
some street paving from second-
ary funds. He stated that the City
plans to present a resolution to the
Board for their requests. The Board
stated that they would give the re-
quest consideration.
The Board also discussed the pro-
ject of paving Sixth Street in
White City with the soil cement
method they have used on three
other occasions in the county.
Due to a drainage problem in the
area, the County Engineer was in-
structed to map up plans for the
paving to provide for proper drain-
age.
Commissioner Kennedy stated
that it was time to begin thinking
of special legislation to present to
the Legislature. He was especially
desirous of presenting a special
bill to allow Gulf County to re-
ceive secondary road funds from
the state to be used in constructing
more of the soil-cement roads,
which are considerably cheaper to
build than conventional roads.
No action was taken on the sug-
gestion, but considerable discus-
sion was seld on the matter.
T h e Board instructed Clerk
George Y; Core to write the State
Road Department and ask that
construction be started as soon as
possible on the several roads also
approved under the Secondary
Road plans for the county.


Jaycees To Present



DSA At Banquet


Observe Jaycee Week

Jaycee Week, the annual anniver-
sary observance of the Junior
Chamber of Commerce, is being ob-
served January 20-26 in Port St.
Joe, Tom Ford, local Jaycee Presi-
dent announced this week.
A highlight of the week's ev-
ents will be the presentation of a
"Distinguished Service Award"
to Port St. Joe's outstanding
contribution to the community.
The winner will be named at the
Annual Jaycee Banquet Friday
night at 8:00 o'clock in the Fel-
lowship Hall of the First Metho-
dist Church.
A special feature of the banquet
will be the address given by E. W.
Clarno of Vitro Services. Mr. Clar-
no is general manager of Vitro Ser-
vices, with main offices located in
Fort Walton Beach.
During Jaycee Week observances
here, the U. S. Jaycees will be re-
cognizing America's Ten Outstand-
ing Young Men of 1962 in Little
Rock, Aakansas, with national
Jaycee President, Doug Blanken-
ship, making the presentations.
The "Distinguished S e r vi ce
Award" winner from Port St. Joe
will be entered in the Florida Jay-
cee Contest, which picks the five
outstanding young men-21 through
35-in the state. The state winners
will, in turn, be entered in the na-
tional competition which honors
the nation's ten outstanding young
men.


Oliver G. Hanson

Dies In Kansas

Oliver G. Hanson, age 81 passed
away on Thursday, January 17 at
the home of a daughter in Girard,
Kansas. Mr. Hanson is well known
here in Port St. Joe. He has spent
periods of time here with his daugh-
ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Fox.
Survivors include three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Millard Holtgrieve of St.
Louis, Mo., Mrs. Bob Fox, Port St.
Joe and Mrs. F. M. Robertson, Gir-
ard, Kansas; two sons, Donald M.
Hanson and Terry A. Hanson, both
of St. Louis, Mo.; 10 grandchildren
and seven great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held in St.
Louis, Mo., Monday, January 21.
with the Furgerson Masonic Lodge
Number 542, F&AM conducting the
Masonic rites. Mr. Hanson was
Worshipful Master of this lodge in
1929. Interment was in Belfoun-
taine Cemetery in St. Louis.

HI SCHOOL PTA
The regular monthly meeting of
the High School PTA will be held
tonight at 8:00 p.m. in the High
School AuditolJum.
Guest speaker for the meeting
tonight will be Dr. T. S. Harris.
pastor of the First Methodist
Church.


All members
tend.


are urged to at-


Nearly 800 Letters Mailed In Project


Jesse V. Stone, chairman of
the St. Joseph Peninsula State
Park project, is shown above
left, mailing nearly 800 letters to
Governor Farris Bryant and the
Florida Congressional delega-
tion urging action for release of
the property by the Government


for use as a park.
The letters were mailed last
Friday at 1:00 p.m.. Receiving
the mail are, from left to right,
Postmaster C. L. Costin, and
Clerk, W. L. Smith and Assistant
Postmaster, J. T. Simpson.
(Star photo)


FSU Group To Make Study



Of St. Joseph Point Park Site

Dr. Hale G. Smith, head of tifacts from what is believed to be ident and Jesse V. Stone, chairman
Flori4p State University's arch- the old mission site and is bringing of the park committee of the local
eology and anthropology depart- students with him for an inspection historical group will act as guides
ment, along with a party of five trip. Several bricks, thought to be on the trip to the point of the St.
students -is scheduled to arrive the foundation of the mission were
here tomorrow morning to begin uncovered by bulldozers of the Ar- Joseph Spit. The chamber will ar-
a study of a site on St. Joseph's my transportation corps during range for breakfast and a picnic
Spit, where a mission pre-dating maneuvers last year. Some old- lunch. The trip to the Point takes
St. Augustine is believed to have timers discount the possibility of several hours, since, at present, the
stood. this being the site of an old mis- trip must be made overland by
The supposed mission site is in sion, saying the brick and mortar four-wheel drive vehicles.
the area being sought for release foundation was an old lighthouse. Transportation is being furnished
by the U. S. Government in order The group from FSU will be by Cecil Curry and Dr. Bob King.
that a state park may be con- guests of the Port St. Joe Chamber Paul Blount will accompany the
structed on the Point. of Commerce during their stay group to make movies of the in-
Dr. Smith has been studying ar- here. Walter Dodson, chamber pres- section tour.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FlaP
THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1963

Rebekah's Hold Installation Ceremony members.JANUARY241963
She named the Holy Bible as her
book; "How Great Thou Art" as
her hymn; The red rose as her
By MRS. MARY E. WEEKS and gave thanks to her officers by her granddaughter, Vickie Me- Lee, Chaplain; Mrs. Marie Wynn, flower; "The Ten Commandments"
Melody Rebekah Lodge held a and committee chairmen for their Gill. Musician; Mrs. Virginia Smith, Col- as her favorite scripture message.
most colorful and interesting can- assistance in her administration Mrs. Owens asked her officers or Bearer; Mrs. Flora Long, Right She was the inspiration for a
delight installation ceremony in which has been characterized by er their chairs to Mrs. upporer o Noble Gran; rs.
the American Legion home in Port growth in members, social fellow- to surrender their chairs to Mrs azel Sims, Left Supporer o No- beautiful courtesywhen Mrs. LoVir
St. Joe on Saturday evening, Jan- ship, loving service and great D Daniell, Mrs. Hazel Sims, Mrs. .Vir-
uary 19. beauty. Staff which included Mrs. Flora Right Supporter to Vice-Grand; ginia Smith and Mrs. Hulean
uary Lodge was host at this She then called her granddaugh Long, Deputy Marshal; Mrs. Dora Mrs. Voncille Miller, Left Support- Thames presented her a beautiful
The local Lodge was host at this She then called her granddaugh-Brown, Inside Guardian; Mrs. Opal er to ice Grand; Mrs. Lessie V. red rose corsage in the name of
time to 100 guests, which included ter, Charlene McGill to her station Hare, Chaplain; Mrs. Addie Good- Byrd, Inside Guardian; Mrs. El- Melody. She was the recipient of
Rebekah and Odd Fellows from and in turn asked Mrs. Rena son, Recording Secretary and Fi- sie Griffin, Outside Guardian; Mrs. many gifts and words of encour-
De Funiak Springs, Lynn Haven, Tynes, conductor to guide her of- nancial Secretary; Mrs. Ora Dean, Viola Walters and Mrs. Faye Gard- agement from those present.
Wewahitchka, Parker and Port St. ficers and the installing staff to Vice Grand; and Mrs. Lois Daniell, ner, Altar Bearers to the Chap- It was heart-warming when Mrs.
Joe, together with their friends. her station where they were each Musician; who seated the new of- lain; Mrs. Merle Weeks and Mrs. McCormick presented her charm-
A delicious buffet style dinner handed a gift by Charlene. She! ficers as follows: Mrs. Ruth Mc- Jackie Goff, Altar Bearers to the ing daughter, Pat McCormick, past
was served to all present at the was later presented a gift by Mel- Cormick, Noble Grand; Mrs. Hu- Past Noble Grand. president of the Rebeccah Assem-
beginning of the evening. This con- ody Lodge, by Mrs. Vera McNeill lean Thames, Vice Grand; Mrs. Re- bly of Florida, and told those pres-
tributed much to the fellowship and others. Mrs. McNeill, District na Tynes, Secretary; Mrs. Ailene Mrs. McCormick was radiantly ent that her zest for Rebekah, Odd
and spontaneity of the occasion. Deputy President of District Two Hightower, Financial Secretary; lovely and well-poised as she en- Fellowship was inspired by Pat's
Mrs. Jessie Owens, retiring No- gave her the Past Noble Grand's' Mrs. Mary Weeks, Treasurer; Mrs. thusiastically accepted her new love and loyalty to the Theta Rho
ble Grand presided at the opening pin which was later pinned on Lois Daniell, Warden; Mrs. Addie post and solicited the cooperation work.
session in a very gracious manner'with loving and fitting ceremony Goodson, Conductor; Mrs. Jeanette and support of her officers and She expressed appreciation for





Port St. Joe Joins In Observing


Lee W. Morrissey of Wilming-
ton, Delaware, announces the en-
gagement and approaching mar-
riage of his daughter, Jerrilyn
Lee to Bobby Larry Burkett, son
of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Burkett of
Port St. Joe.


The wedding will be an event
of January 26 at 3:00 p.m. at St.
Joseph's Catholic Church in Port
St. Joe.
All relatives and friends of
the couple are invited to attend.


Long Avenue Baptist Church Circle

Meetings for This Month Reported


Port St. Joe Jaycees Join

In National Celebration
This week, members of the Port St. Joe
Junior Chamber of Commerce, with 200,000 oth-
er young men in the United States, celebrate the
opening day of "Jaycee Week", this week.
The group has progressed far since 1935
when Henry Giessenbier, Jr., organized mem-
bers of a St. Louis dancing club into the Young
Men's Progressive Civil Association. The fa-
miliar abbreviation, "J. C." emerged when the
title was shortened to Junior Citizens.
In 1918, the Junior Citizens became affiliat-
ed, at the invitation of the St. Louis Chamber
of Commerce, as the Junior Chamber of Com-
merce. Although the "St. Louis Plan" enjoyed
initial success in other cities, today's Jaycees
are similar to the Chamber of Commerce only
in the aim of civic betterment.
Actual aim of the Jaycees is to develop
communities and train leaders through active
participation in community projects. The Jay-
cee Creed says that "We Believe:
That faith in God gives meaning and pur-
pose to human life;
That the brotherhood of man transcends
the sovereignty of nations;
That economic justice can best be won by
free men through free enterprise;
That government should be of laws rather
than of men;
That earth's great treasure lies in human
personality;


And that
work of life.


service to humanity is the best


FORT ST. JOE JAYCEES: (left to right)
Huston Ramsey, Owen Elkins, Edwin Pe-
ters, Bill Rish, Jack Williams, Aaron Coo-


PORT ST. JOE JAYCEES: .-Not present
when pictures were made: Ferrell Allen,
Jr., Wade Barrier, Jr., Ashley Costin, Jim
Costin, Bob Freeman, Carey Godwin, Jack
Hammock, Jimmy Harrison, Basil Mc-


ley, Ed Creamer, Ken Murphy, Don Gross-
man, Grover Holland, David Freeman,
Jake Koller and Carl Guilford.


Knight, James Moore, Marion Parker, Ber-
nard Pridgeon, Wesley R. Ramsey, Will
I. Ramsey, Higdon Swatts and Ralph
Swatts. (* photos)


ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF THE PORT


ST. JOE JAYCEES THIS YEAR
Street Lighting Project

Toys for Tots and Food Baskel

Painted Outside of Stac Hous

Held Reception for School Tea(

Conducted Bicycle Safety Rod(

Sponsored Junior Bowling Lea

SConducted Christmas Parade

Sponsored Election Return Bo(

SConducted Voter Education Prc

SFund Raising Campaigns:


ruP r BST. dJE JAX iUEE: (left to right) zey, Harry Tison, Bill Br(
Joe Parrott, John Howard, Roy Burch, chell, Ted Cannon and To
Charles Norton, Robert Nedley, Bob Ell-

THIS PUBLIC SERVICE MESSAGE SPONSORED BY:

FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT PORT ST. JOE


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CHRISTMAS TREE SALES
HALLOWE'EN CANDY SALES
POLITICAL RALLY FISH FRY


The WMS Circles of Long Ave-
nue Baptist Church met this month
as follows:
Circle No. 1, met with Mrs. John
W. Core, January 15 with program
chairman, Mrs. M. L. Britt presid-
ing. The meeting was opened with
prayer by Mrs. Joe Ferrell. Five
members were present with all tak-
ing part on the program "Expan-
sion for an Enlarged Ministry".
Those present were: Mrs. M. L.
Britt, Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Mrs. Wayne
Hendrix, Mrs. Frank Barnes and
Mrs. John Core.
Refreshments were served to
those present. The meeting was dis-
missed with prayer by Mrs. John
Core.
Circle No. 2 met in the home of
Mrs. H. L. Ford with seven mem-
bers attending and taking part on
the program. Those attending were
Mrs. Tommy Braxton, Mrs. N. G,
Martin, Mrs. T. D. Hutchins, Mrs.
John Dickey, Mrs. J. C. Odum and
Mrs. Grady Player.
Refreshments were served to all
and the program was given on "Ex-
pansion for An Enlarged Ministry".
Circle 3 met with Mrs. A. P.
Jackson. The program was given
by the three members attending,
Mrs. Herman Barbee, Mrs. Joe Al-
ligood and Mrs. A. P. Jackson.
Mrs. J. G. Alligood visited the
meeting. Refreshments were enjoy-
ed by all.
Circle Number 5 met with Miss
Alma Baggett. These five members
attended and took part on the

program: Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey,
Mrs. Gene Fowler, Mrs. T. M.
Watts, Mrs. J. D. Clark and Miss
Baggett with Mrs. J. 0. Baggett
visiting and one new member, Mrs.
Selma Lamberson. Refreshments
were served and enjoyed by all.
Circle Number 6 met at Long
Avenue Church Monday at 7:30
p.m., January 21 with eight mem-
bers present. The meeting was op-
ened with prayer by Mrs. B. A. Col-
lier. The program was given by
Mrs. Keith Ward, Mrs. Clyde White,
Mrs. David Jenkins, Mrs. Joe Fort-
ner, Mrs. B. A. Collier, Mrs. James
Maddox, Mrs. Billy Norris and
Mrs. Charles Marshall. Delicious
refreshments were served. The
meeting closed with prayer by Mrs.
David Jenkips.
Circle Number 7 met with Mrs.
Barney Early with three members
present. All took part on the pro-
gram.
Refreshments were served to
Mrs. James Jones, Mrs. George Hol-
land and Mrs. Barney Early.

the spiritual part of the program
which was given by Rev. Harris, of
the First Methodist Church and
Rev. Joel McGraw of the Pente-
costal Holiness Church.
The new officers were wearing
corsages of red camelias, a gift of
Mrs. McCormick and pinned on by
her daughter, Pat.
The hall was fittingly decorated
in red roses.
It was a glowing evening that
ended with a reception in the so-
cial hall where cake and punch
was served to those present.


Baptist Circle Two
Meets With Mrs. Durant
Circle Number 2 of the First
Baptist WMS met in the home of
Mrs. W. L. Durant Monday after-
noon with seven members and one
visitor, Mrs. Livingston, present.
Mrs. Durant called the meeting
to order with a prayer by Mrs. Cos-
tin. The program chairman, Mrs.
W. C. Pridgeon, assisted by other
members, gave a very interesting
program on the topic, "Christian
Witnessing".
The regular routine of business
was conducted with good reports
from different chairmen. The next
meeting will be held on February
18 with Mrs. Pridgeon.
Mrs. Petty dismissed the meeting
with prayer,
During the social hour, the host-
ess, assisted by her mother, served
delicious refreshments.
VITRO WIVES CLUB
MET LAST TUESDAY
The regular monthly meeting of
the Vitro Wives Club was held Jan-
uary 15. A white elephant sale was
held, and after much bickering and
bidding, basement bargains were
made by all. The next meeting will
be February 19, 7:30 at the Florida
Power Lounge, at which time a
"tacky party" will be held.
All members are urged to at-
tend.

.Lamb Pttes


With holiday cooking or-
deal over, the homemaker
will appreciate hearty family
dishes that .are easy t6 pre-
pare, thrifty and tasty. Here's
one:
LAMB PATTY GRILL
I i/ lbs. ground Iamb boulder
or breast
1% tsp.. salt
pepper
1 tbsp. A.1. Steak Sauce
3 medium size tomatoes
3 tbsp. butter or margarine,
melted
breadcrumbs
Mix lamb, 1 tsp, salt and
A.1, Steak Sauce together,
shape into patties 1" thick, 3"
in diameter. Place on broiler
rack 2" below flame, broil 7-9
min. on each side. Slice 3
tomatoes in, half. Sprinkle
lightly with breadcrunibs, re-
maining salt and dash of pep-"
per. Brush with butter.
Five minutes before patties
are done, transfer them to
heat-resistant platter on
which tomato halves and
medallion border of mashed
potatoes have been arranged.
(Use pastry-tube to make
border.) Place under broiler
to brown. Serves 6. .-


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Engagement Announced


to 26


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January 21













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r


Key Club Members Receive Pins For Coming Year


Key Clubbers in Port St. Joe
High School received pins for
the coming year for their new
members last week at the regular
meeting of the club.
Pictured above are the Key
Clubbers who received pins.


They are, left to right, front row
Bernie Buzzett, Al Cathey, Rex
Buzzett, Larry Parker, Albert
Gentry, Kenneth Dykes, Joel Bar-
bee and Tommy Whitmore.
Second row, left to right, Leon
Hobbs, Bob Craig, Bobby Wiley,


Delta Kappa Gamma Society Internatic

International Hold Quarterly Meet Here

By Mrs. Herbert Brouillette state and county is allowed a quota
The Phi Chapter of the Delta for membership, which is by invi-
Kappa Gamma Society Internation- station only, after careful endorse-
al held its quarterly meeting in workiment and screeng y committees
Port St. Joe for the first time on
January 19, at the Motel St. Joe. Gulf County, along with Bay,
The Delta Kappa Gamma Society Washington, Calhoun and Holmes,
is an honorary organization for is in Phi Chapter, which is a part
women teachers and is national of the state organization, MU. Phi
and international in scope. Each Chapter has 75 members, four of


Bill Versiga, Bill Vervaeke, Bill
Fite, Buddy Kennington, Jimmy
Goodman, Dennis White, Fred
Chason, Kenneth Evans, Ralph
Elliott, Ellis Stevens and Tommy
Sisk.


whom are from Gulf County. These
members, who served as hostesses
for the meeting are Mrs. Nobie
Stone, Mrs. W. C. Ivey, Mrs. J. C.
Price of Port St. Joe High School,
and Mrs. Herbert Brouillette, Art
Supervisor for Gulf County.
There was a welcoming commit-
tee in the lobby of the Motel to
greet and register arriving guests,
to give out name badges, and to
invite them to coffee and refresh-
ments in the-Florida Room of the
Motel. The lobby was beautifully
decorated in red and gold, the
colors of the organization. A Delta


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PINE SWEETHEART-Key Club President, Wally Dodson, pins a
Key Club pin on Connie Munn, sweetheart of the Club. The Key
'Club is an organization of high school boys sponsored by the Port
St. Joe Kiwanis Club. ( photos)

Kappa Gamma emblem, made in convenience of the guests were
red styrofoam, surrounded by a tastefully decorated with red poin-
wreath of gold and'glitter leaves, settias.
was displayed on the registration The meeting was called to order
desk. Lounges provided for the at 10:30 a.m. by Mrs. Fletcher
Jones of Lynn Haven, president of
PHI Chapter. The Florida Room
was decorated with many lovely
spring flower arrangements in
tones of yellows and oranges, with
the added loveliness of candles
and candelabra. The music was led
by Mrs. Ava Fussell of Panama
City, accompanied on the piano by
Miss Eleanor Henshaw, also of
Panama City. The devotional was
given by Mrs. Myrtle Campbell of
Graceville. During the business
meeting, reports were given by the
various committee chairmen, tell-
ing of the work and progress of
'* their committees. Mrs. Brouillette,
chairman of the hostesses, spoke
briefly concerning the history of
Old St. Joe, and between the busi-
ONS ness meeting and the luncheon, the
group toured the historical and res-
idential areas of Port St. Joe. The
group was greeted cordially at the
museum by Mrs. Chris Martin, di-
rector, and much interest and dis-
stone tire is cussion ensued on the interesting
I T E E D facts learned.
manobip and mater,
nal tread. The birthday luncheon, celebrat-
ards (except repairable ing the organization of Phi Chap-
in everyday passenger ter, was held in the private dining
read wear and based room of the motel at 1:00 p.m. A
me of 'adjustment. huge birthday cake was displayed
behind the speaker, and the dec-
orations carried out the birthday
cake colors of white, pink and
mauve. The speaker's table was
decorated with a wealth of peach
blossoms and spring flowers en-
twined with ivyl The blessing was
given by Mrs. Mildred Farrior of
Chipley. Mrs. Mary Davis of Mar-
ianna gave an outline of the years
of the Phi Chapter adn introduced
the former presidents, asking each
DG to give the highlights of her partic-
RI-CHARGED ular term of office. They gave an
ro VE YOU interesting skit describing the
S poWER I events, which were artistically il-
.L THE PO lustrated on the pages of a large
YOU PA O scrap book, showing memoirs from
the chapter's infancy to its matur-
ity. These former presidents who
took part were Mrs. Thelma Wells
i, l A Coggins, Chipley; Mrs. Mozelle
Shepperd, Westville; Mrs. Myrtle
'* Can'' / get ol Campbell, Graceville and the cur-
before IFs sold rent president, Mrs. Fletcher Jones
Sof Lynn Haven.
elves extra The program leader, Mrs. Iris
starts at no Owens of Panama City, introduced
Extra cost/ the speaker, Mrs. Mabel Harris of
Bonifay, and Slocomb, Alabama.
I Delco Batteriesl Mrs. Harris gave an inspiring and
l li amusing talk on the topic, "Chal-
lenging Women in a Changing So-
Icapped Ties cial World". The many statistics
eand factual quotes from leading
educators and articles gave an in-
6 teresting insight to the challenges
and problems of women today and
^6 6 of the women of tomorrow.
The hostesses are especially
grateful to Mrs. Pauline Mouchette,
operator of the Motel St. Joe Din-
ing Room and her helpers, Mrs.
Chris Martin, director of the Mu-
seum; the Azalea Circle of the
Ius Tax Garden Club for their interest and
assistance in the decorations; the
students of Port St. Joe High
School and the principal, Leroy
Bowdoin and Tom S. Coldewey,
vice-president of the St. Joe Paper
ITER Company. .TA
ATTEND PTAr
Adversilng Pays Try It


3


and society's in trouble."
The paternalistic state, the welfare state, the all-pow-
erful state, no matter what name we give to it, is designed
to treat everybody as a common man. By implication, if-
not by admission, the supporters of this kind of a state
are arguing that people are too stupid, too foolish, or tooin-
competent to take care of themselves, and that onl -
tral government can be trusted to do that for thee
And that is certainly a reason why our socie"
trouble-and why there are signs of possible deeper
ahead. We can't adopt socialism, as we are doing,
main a free nation.


PA E'SEVICECE


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1963



THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, FIrfi
By The Star Publishing Company
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Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Clumnlat, Reprtlr, Ptl
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
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Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Pontottlee, Port St. Lee,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1875.

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"Bright Eyed and Bushy-Tailed"

That's how Paul Harvey, nationally known colum-
nist-commentator describes Jaycees throughout the United
States. Harvey is probably the most outspoken "rooter" of
the Jaycees in the United States.
Jaycees-members of the United States Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce-throughout the nation are observing
"Jaycee Week" this week. This is a period for individual
and collective Jaycees to look back over the year to see if
they are living up to the national motto of the organization
of being "Young Men of Action".
We believe the Port St. Joe Jaycees can well assume the
definition of Harvey and of the national creed. They are
indeed "bright eyed, bushy-tailed young men of action" who
have certainly made their presence felt here in Port St. Joe
and Gulf County during the past three year ... It will be
three years in March of this year, that the Port St. Joe Club
was organized.
During this period, the local group has grown to twice
their original membership has accomplished some monu-
mental projects in the city and the county and has had
representation at every national Jaycee convention since they
have been a club.
We think it proper that the community and the county
recognize this group of young men this week. And it won't
be hard to remember to bestow this honor. Each time you
ride uptown at night, just remember that the Jaycees started _
the ball rolling to light up the approaches and t iefusiness
district of our city. A good many hours of work was
expended by the "bright eyed, bushy-tailed young men of
action", in drawing up just the lights needed, the candlepower
needed for each light, determining the best location for the
lights, estimating costs, etc. It didn't just happen.
And there are many more noteworthy Jaycee projects
that have been performed in the past two years and ten
months that have served to make Port St. Joe a better
place in which to live.
Just look over their many accomplishments just this
past year alone in the public service advertisement in this
issue. Then, give your congratulations to a'Jaycee when
you see him this week. He will appreciate it. And chances
are, it will make him more "bright eyed and bushy-tailed",,



Cooperation Gets the Job Done

We think it commendable that so many people of the
City of Port St. Joe should conjure up enough interest in a
project to write over 800 letters to men of responsibility in
our Government to better our locality.
It is next to impossible to get people to write letters
favoring something. It is almost as hard to -get people to
write letters opposing something.
That these 800-plus letters would be written favoring
the release of Government property on St. Joseph Point
is our idea of the kind of cooperation that can cause Port
St. Joe to grow no end.
All the time we hear, "Why don't we do something in
Port St. Joe?" or "Why doesn't something happen in Port
St. Joe to spur it along?" That's an easy question to an-
swer. It's because people will not offer their support such
as the letter-writing campaign more often.
We have received word that the release of the 2,000
acres of land on the Peninsula by the Government to the
State of Florida for the purpose of constructing a State
Park is now almost a certainty. And we firmly believe the
letter writing campaign had as much to do with this land
being released as anything that could be done.
We are all a-bubble with enthusiasm over the spirit of
cooperation that has arisen out of this project Let's not stop
here. This park could be only the first of a series of triumphs
for our city, if we would but draw closer together in a one-
ness of purpose... making Port St. Joe the best town to
live in in Northwest Florida,


When Society's In Trouble

Life magazine quotes a man who, after a varied career,
is president of a major commercial airline at the surprisingly
young age of 36, as being resentful of a too protective
society. In his words, "Free enterprise. lets the cream
top out. Suppress this, make everybody a common man,


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1963 -

Mrs. Alfred I. DuPont Receives Honor
From Order of Hospital of St. John
From The and Edward K. Warren, a comman-
Wilmington Morning News der of the Order of the British Em-
Mrs. Alfred I. duPont was per- pire, knight of justice of the hos-
sonally invested as an associate pital order.
commander with the designation of A jeweled insignia of associate
sister in the Order of the Hospital commander in the Venerable Or-
of St. John of Jerusalem Saturday der of the Hospital of St. John of
afternoon of last week. Jerusalem, shoulder sash and oth-
At the presentation at her home, er appurtenances were presented to
"Nemours", on Rockland Road, Mrs. du Pont.
she also received the George OTHERS PRESENT for the per-
Cross, the highest British decora- sonal presentations were the Rt.
tion given to a civilian. Rev. Arthur R. McKinstry, retired
The investiture and medal pre- bishop of the Episcopal Diocese 4fr
sentation were public recognition Delaware and Mrs. McKinstry; Mrs.
of Mrs. du Pont's beneficence to Elbert Dent, Wilmington, daughter
hospitals in Great Britain, and her of the late Alfred I. du Pont; Dr.
gifts of clothing, food and other ar- and Mrs. Carl Zapfee of Baltimore,
tiles to Britons during World War the latter a French war orphan
II. adopted by Mrs. du Pont's late
T1HE FORMAL ceremonies con- husband after World War I;
ferring the two honors took place Mr. and Mrs. Maurice du Pont
January 6 in the Episcopal Cathe- Lee; Dr. Alfred R. Shands, Jr.,
dral of St. John the Divine, New former medical director of the Al-
York City. A personal presentation fred I. du Pont Institute at Rock-!
of the honors was made Saturday. land (hospital for crippled chil-
The investiture and medal pre- dren) and Mr~, Shands; Dr. G. D.
sentation were conducted at "Ne- MacEwen, assistant medical direc-
mours" by the Rt. Rev. Dr. Horace tor of the Alfred I. du Pont Insti-
W. B. Donegan, bishop of the Epis- tute and Mrs. MacEwen; Miss Ma-
copal Diocese of New York, who is thilda Dennison, administratrix of
a subprelate of the Order of the the Alfred I. du Pont Institute;
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, Miss Mary G. Shaw, secretary to
Mrs. du Pont; Kennard Adams, as-
sociated with the Nemours Foun-
TEL EVI-SION dation and members of Mrs. du
E V N Pont's staff.


Black & White and Color
'Stereo Air Conditioning
Service Calls, $3.00
All work guaranteed
ST. JOE RADIO
& TV COMPANY
Phone 227-4081


Lindsey Thursbay


Cash on hand and due
from banks


Loans and Discounts
Banking House

Furniture, fixtures and equipment

Corporate Stocks

Other Assets


TOTAL ASSETS $5,280,359.51

OFFICERS and DIRECTORS
WALTER C. DODSON
President
H. H. SAUNDERS apita
Vice-President Capital
J. TED CANNON
Cashier Surplus
GROVER L. HOLLAND
Assistant Cashier Undivided profi
S. L. BARKE Reserves -----------
J. C. BELIN
T. S. COLDEWEY
WALTER C. DODSON Other Liabilities
A. L. HARGRAVES
R. H. McINTOSH Deposits
- J. LAMAR MILLER
?H. H. SAUNDERS TOTAL LI
I Directors


In a recent poll conducted by
the National Federation of In-
dependent Business, 76% of the
nation's independent business
and professional people voted
in favor of cutting off all for-
eign aid to countries that do
business with communists.
Probably
one of the
great con- -
forthcoming
Congress will
betheground- "
swell of In- -:-'
-dig nation
over the mol-; .y; :
lycoddling of -
communism
as evidenced p.W. Harder
by the results of the ballot
quoted above.
In the last session of Cong-
ress, there was started a strong
eoIt against State Dept. dom-
tion which has long been a
bator in U.S. puble affairs.
SW one thing, a major cut
ft fore en aid appropriations
as made. For another thing,
restrictions were placed on the
type of aid that could be given
to foreign nations. All of this
met with strong opposition
rIom the State Dept.
And now throughout the
land, there is a grass root up-
rising of sentiment quite con-
tffi to State Dept. wishes.
Bather loosely organized, but
apparently effective groups,
nonetheless, are carrying on a
boycott movement against the
sa of goods made in com-
mit nations.
lbRol .d Tnflonndlnl BBinleOI


Lia bili ties

$200,000.00


250,000.00
ts 34,292.26

-----.. ....- ..-...... 36,572.35

s ------------.... ............... ... ..............


520,864.61

73,705.22

4,685,789.68


ABILITIES .--$5,280,359.51


Serving In Jax
Ninth Street, Port St. Joe, is serv- Navy and Marine Corps person-
JACKSONVILLE (FHTNC)-Lin- ing at the Naval Air Technical ne! in the aviation field receive
dsey E. Thursday, Jr., airman ap- Training Unit, Jacksonville. The training in three job specialties-
prentice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. unit underwent an intensive annual ordnance, electricity, and radiogra-
Lindsey E. Thursday, Sr., of 214 inspection recently. phy.


The State Dept. attitude is
that the people should not in-
terfere in these matters, but
let the State Dept. look after
the people's interests.
But there seems to be a great
reluctance to accept this doc-
trine. Somehow the American
people have gained the im-
presdon it was only a mighty
public outcry that forced the
action which prevented Cuba
from having the means of wag-
ing an atomic attack.
And even though this situa-
tion was only a few days away
from becoming a reality, the"
State Dept. had done nothing
to head off the danger.
*
Whether the people are right
or wrong on this matter, they
have apparently taken a posi-
tion.
And this attitude will per-
haps be the most powerful
force at work in the forthcom-
ing new session of Congress.
Congress is showing more
and more an incination to lis-
ten to grass roots opinions,
despite partisan affiliations or
connections.
This Congressional Inclina-
tion augurs well.
It would seem apparent that
so long as the people continue
to take an active interest in
what is going on in Washing-
ton, there will again be a gov-
ernment of the people. It may
be ironic, but it also may well
turn out in the long run that
Castro unwittingly did more to
restore democracy to the Uni-
ted States than any recent fig-
ure in history.


"Super-Right" Short Shank
Fully Cooked


HAM


Whole or
Shank Half

Lb.


Jane Parker Delicious

Apple


PIES


Special
8-Inch
Each


39c


Jane Parker Crisp

Potato


CHIPS


Special
10 Oz.
Twin Pak


WASHINGTON AND
"SMALL B USINE SS"
By C. WILSON HARDER


CHOPS
Center

Cut. Ic
'Lb. Iq


"Super Right" Fine Quality
GRAIN FED HEAVY BEEF

GR 0 UND CHUC K

pound 69c

"Super Right" Fine Quality
/GRAIN FED HEAVY BEEF

STEW BEEF lb. 69c


On the Ai -Af-Ao,-


39c


LARGE FIRM RIPE


Tomatoes lb. 23c

FRESH LUSCIOUS


Strawberries Pt. 45c


1 Lb. Can A&P APPLE SAUCE
1 Lb. Can A&P SAUERKRAUT
1 Lb. Can lona GREEN BEANS
1 Lb. Can A&P BEETS
20 Oz. Can A&P Tomato Juice


6


CANS
ONLY


Jello-3 Oz.
Gelatin 2 pkgs 21c
Chase and Sanborn-4c OFF
Coffee lb. 67c
Keystone Stems & Pieces
Mushrooms 7 oz. 37c
Nabisco Creme Sandwiches
OREO lb. 39c
Greenwood Tiny Whole
Pickled Beets 16 oz. 31c
Shortening
Jewel 3 lbs. 69c
For Cooking or Salads
Wesson Oil 38 oz. 69c
Liquid Detergent
TREND 12 oz. 29c
New Golden Sweetheart
SOAP 4 for 41c
Del Monte Tomato
Ketchup 14 oz. 21c
Blue Bonnet
Margarine lb. 297c
Birdseye Frozen
Mixed Fruit 12 oz. 39c


79c


Birdseye Frozen
Peaches 1
Birdseye Frozen
Strawberries 1
Birdseye Frozen M
Green Beans
Birdseye Frozen I
Lima Beans ]
Scot
Tissue 2
Scot Paper
Towels 2
M&M's Plain or P
Choc. Candy 6
La Choy Beef
Chow Mein 1
La Choy
Soy Sauce
Hunt's
Tomato Paste, 1
Jim Dandy
Dog Ration 5
Gerber Strained
Baby Food 10


Iona LIMA BEANS

Sultana PORK & BEANS

Ann Page RED BEANS

Ann Page RED KIDNEY BEANS

YOUR 1 lb. 1 O c
CHOICE Can m


L2 oz. 29c
L2 oz. 33c
wVhole
9 oz. 29c
Baby
10 oz. 29c



Shortening


Shortening
SPRY, 10c off 3 lbs. 79c


Green Giant
Green Peas


17 oz. 23c


LeSueur-12 Oz.
White Corn 2 for 43c


Green Giant
rolls 27c Mexicornt 1 QZ. 21c
Green Giant-12 Oz.
rolls 43c Niblets Corn 2 for 390
eanut Dry Detergent
pack 25c TREND 2 boxes 39c
Gold Medal
6 oz. 57c FLOUR 5 lbs. 59c
La Choy Chop Suey
5 oz. 19C Vegetables lb. 31c
La Choy
12 oz. 27c Bean Sprouts lb. 15c
Hunt's Italian Style
5lbs. 49c Tomatoes 14 oz. 23c
Minute Maid Frozen-- Qz.
jars 99c Orange Juice 3 for 8tp

510 FIFTH STREET

Prices in this ad are effective
through Saturday, January 26


49c


STATEMENT of CONDITION

of the


FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK


at Port St. Joe

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA

At the Close of Business, December 28, 1962


Assets

U. S. Government Bonds ---....... $2,252,012.06

State, County, Municipal Bonds
of Florida ..., 3,015,768.36


903,092.21


1,215,130.88
67,775.57

9,008.64
13,500.00

56,083.85


MEMBER: FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
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Redeemable only at A&P Stores giving Plaid IL
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Limit one coupon per adult customer
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Loin
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1963


J. J. Says: "Eat Hearty Be Thrifty". Save on these Select Foods from your Jit-
ney Jungle Thursday, Friday and Saturday, January 24, 25 and 26.


YOUR CHOICE OF ONE!


Pound Can MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE

Giant Size Pkg. TIDE Detergent


8V
L


WITH $8.50 ORDER OR MORE


Sunnyland Hickory Smoked


pIC


LB.


GROUND FRESH DAILY
GR FOUND BEE F


ICs


3 bs. $1.25


Gmde 'A' FreshnFrozen

T KRT Ys"


15-20 Lb. Avg.
TOMS J


8-12 Lb. Avg.
HENS
LB.


39c


MISSISSIPPI BRAND
SLICED BACON Ib.pkg. 49c
BAR 'C'
Smoked SAUSAGE 3Lb.

Loose WEINERS a $ 1


COPELAND'S
ALL MEAT FRANKS


12oz.pkg. 39c


BIG


Kraft's Chicken No6dle
DINNER


KRAFT'S


48 Oz.
Size


5 ib.
Bag


Nestles CHOCOLATE
MORSELS


Nestles BUTTERSCOTCH
12 oz. 39c MORSELS 6 oz.


Cello Package CARROTS-
MEDIUM
YELLOW ONIONS
2 Ibs. 9c
VINE RIPENED
T 0 MAT 0 ES
2 lbs. 39c


- 2pkgs. 17c
FRESH
GREEN CABBAGE
2 Ibs. 15c
GEORGIA RED
SWEET POTATOES
pound 10c


19c


NESTLE'S Makes Good Milk Better
QUIK STRAWBERRY FLAVOR 16 oz. pkg. 41 c
FLORIDA GRADE 'A' GOLDKIST
LARGozenE

EGGS Dozen


ISLAND PRIDE NO. 2 CAN
SLICED PINEAPPLE 2 cans 49c
PLUS 50 EXTRA GRAND PRIZE STAMPS No Coupon Necessary
Supreme ICE CREAM 1V gal. 79c
KUDO'S
CORNED A')
B E12Oz. E"
Can 4
BIG lOc SALE!
24 Ounce Box MYLES TABLE SALT
No. 303 Can ALLEN'S TURNIP GREENS
8 Ounce Can Stokely's Cream Style Golden CORN
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Better File Your Social Security Claim,
You Might Be Losing Some Benifits
Hundreds of men and women, do not make much profit as a gen-
age 62 and over, could be receiving eral rule.
monthly Social Security checks sim- While Social Security retirement
ply by filing a claim, John V. Ca- checks will not provide as much in-
rey, District Manager of the Pana- come as an individual could make
ma City Social Security office said if he were working full time on a
this week. Social Security checks good job, many individuals could
will not, of course, provide as receive most, if not all, of their re-
much income as a full time job. tirement checks and continue to do
However, many individuals, age 62 whatever work they can find, Ca-
and over, are not working, or are rey concluded. You man make sure
working part time, or are operating of your rights to Social Security re-
small businesses, tirement checks if you will contact
Social Security benefits can nev- your nearest Social Security office.
er be paid until a claim is filed. Ca- You should take a record of your
rey added. Many individuals, age 62 1962 earnings sq that a correct an-
and over, have not filed a claim be- swer can be given on your case.
cause they have relied on informa- Salaried people should bring the
tion, from friends or Vdo-gooders', statements they receive-from their
which is wrong. Social Security re- employers, and self-employed peo-
tirement checks can be paid for ple should bring a copy of their
every month of the year if the in- 1962 Federal income tax return.
dividual does' not earn more than Monthly Social Security checks
$1200. Only $250 per year will be do not represent welfare or charity
withheld from the total Social Se- in any sense. You may be eligible
curity benefits due in cases where to Social Security benefits even
the individual earns $1700. Individ- though you are rich. The retire-
uals of retirement age with a wife ment test does not apply to money
or young children may receive that you have in the form of say-
some of their Social Security re- ings, investments, rental income,
tirement benefits each year even other retirement income, and the
though their earnings are substan- like. The retirement test under So-
tially more than $1700. cial Security is only concerned
Any individual, age 62 and over, with the earned income that you
owes it to himself or herself to find may have from working on any
out if they could draw some of kind of a job plus the profit that
their benefits, Carey continued, you may make from operating a
However, certain workers and cer- trade or business. Further, you are
tain self-employed people are posi- no longer required to meet the re-
tively losing money if they do not tirement test after you become 72
file a claim. For example, house- years of age. Anyone who receives
hold workers and individuals who retirement, disability, or survivor
are only working part time do not benefits under Social Security is
as a rule make more than $1200 receiving insurance payments
per year. Many of the self-employ- which have been bought and paid
ed, particularly small farm opera- for. It is only necessary that you
tors and sharecroppers, have never file a claim to protect your rights.
made a profit of $1200 per year. In The Social Security office for
addition, many self-employed car- this area is located at 1135 Harri-
Spenters, painters, rooming house son Ave., Panama City, Telephone
operators, seamstresses and others, PO 3-5331.

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THE STAR, Port St. Jo*, FPl. TlIUK(SUMT, dAI-IJNIA' r .


Mir Kennedy to lead the discussion on oernutes of the Gulf County Commissionome before the Board to di
the matter of this Board's request that Dr. cuss this problem.
M minutes of the Gulf County Com m mission Lowery be 'replaced as County Health Oi- Commissioner layer stated that he has
cer. Commissioner Kennedy, informed Dr. heard a lot of rumors on this subject but
Wright that the County Commissioners re- because Dr. Lowery has not been question-
quested the Florida State Board of IHealth ed by the Board, it would be proper to take
o replace Dr. Lowery as he County Health no action until we first discuss these prob-
Officer on a permanent basis; that this re- lems with her.

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA Colonial Life & Acci Ins ... 6.00 accomplishments during the past eight years. quest has been made several times, but Whereupon, there was a motion by Co-
EJanuaryi, O1963 CJafes H.Lre er Act I1..0 ..... 00 .Ie also pointed out the very good financial that the Board has not heard from the re. missioner McDaniel, seconded by Commis-
S aury A ne HG 100.00 condition the County has enjoyed during quest. Commissioner Kennedy stated that sioner Graham and upon vote was unani-
Te orva Cttyson O C'.'H n0 /00 his ears in office, he Board took this action because of a mously carried that Dr. Lowery be invited
The o canme to o isat:00 .. r .. ...e. 00.00 Commissioner roxton and Greer expressed great number of complaints concerning to come before the Board to discuss the


s gominutesu of December 11 and fI, 1962 C.la e u The Board ou missioners of thait he understanding that ch re-surface streets in the City of Port St.
So lorka e thdtedHon Jg- end ihes .... 1. their appreciation for the opportunity of some of tve policies Dr. Lowery has in e-e Board announced that the streets inm.
lar session with the following member pres- A. J. StrianMileage ........ 100.00 sen A Srickland, Leo Kennedy, S.th ec th e a io et d pre-school The Board thanked Wright for hisbu-
Stricklandt Jaues f. Greer, Niva CsoiNeva Croxton Mileage d..........25.a4coe the members of the Board for their co- physical and physical for the athletic time and advice in this matter.
candt C Aden, Sr.hle r s James In Mileage ....... operation participants: that the Dr. was not spend- The Honiorabe Frank Hannon, Mayor,
anil Leo Kennedy. The Clerk, hiifuf, Attor Audrey Nuners, Co. 15.00 There benig no further business, the meet- ing enough time in the Health Clinics and Tom S. Coldewey and I. C. Nedley, City Com-
RdSuperv iilteents e etoCnrolEaneun,.004ing did then adjourn, that in his opinion, the Dr. was not doing missioners of the City of Port St. Joe ap-
Decembupervisor and Civil e. ese irecJanuary r, 1963 E. .. g.inning 00 ATTEST: the job as the Board would like it done. peered before the Beard ard discussed the
Sa. GeEDn l,1.00Cnd ntThe Chairman then asked Dr. Wright to possibility of including a number of street
sThe aeisn a oe the g ith as ...... ... 10.00 George Y. Core E. C. Harden, S. inform the Board as to just what services projects in the next Gulf County Secondary





ma the mein g cas me o e t am. G o a W tuonaCits oted ra eu th se ay cDun
Thke Chairma o pe ne the meemting s eiC. Dkavs. 0 0oer0 Chairman 1O. would peomm disssion, akoyofn
he it e 11 and 17, 12 ie al, WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA first stated that Dr. Wills Da Lowery resolution adopted by the City of Port St.
he minut e ee mber1 ndMr, Dl e l, .......;ad by the Board as County Health Joe requesting the County o c t and
were read, approved and adopted. Mrs .CnelB 1 ....... 1The Board of County Commissioners of Officer with the understanding that she re-surface streets in the City of Port St.
The Clerk read a letter from Hen Johnb Mrs. H. C. Jones,,, T 00Jnu o no i wa ace bt h e r untyletuh nJoe the Cunty to sr
K. Phillips, Chairman, Slate Road Depart- Ethel English, .... 15.00 Gulf County, Florida, met this date in would take a leave of absence to retuii Joe.
"aSpecial Session with the following members to a university to further her education in The Board announced that the streets in-
meot of Florida, thanking the B ard for Ruthie Batson ,,. .......... 15.00 present: A. J. Strickland, Leo Kennedy, S. the medical field; that Dr. Lowery left for e BoT nor un theeer i
fa hrs during testa.tre lg f i.. .a m 00 S. Player, James McDaniel an Walter school with the understanding that she eluded in the present secondary road bud-
tile tupelo hone), that was passed out as Charlie W. Sap p, ...*u... .. tat
onvenr t ein the in Ma m i; hway th ho n Kates Gla ss 0 m .... 1 05. Fraham. The Clerk and Sheriff were also would return t to Gulf County as Health get will be paes d within tre near future,













fach d Luring util Commisghwnar y eetf ;IB b ,,,eC". I d ||...Sf yr, Boames G.nMcgnielronty Waleri s y m ospi s
00nhen io n be i ll wimi r ntet s a m h o e K at e n" ,, 0. 0 Offi p resent. O officer. O D r W right then asked if l D r. L ow ery but th at a decision on the ne v street pro-
dlee o tt ar o on 1 The meeting came to order at 10:00 a.m. was ever called before the Board and in- jets listed in the resolution will not be
e Commissioner S. C. Player, James G. Mc- structed as to any special policies this made until the Board meetone with the State
was peeetoeeasfo lltt.Ma-e

ab e n D a v i s P a s t o r o f t h e H i g h l a n d V i e w E d n a D a n i e l s C o I n d i g e n t . 1 .0 0, "w ith..l p/t th e ro s ee r alp o l i i s b t i m e s The CBlr r kiontformoeHar dt ar








Baplist C h.u Schi S e vti o Al n d t o .M a e c CrL........... 5. 0e8-s ns G R would be to elect a temporary chair- Dr. Wright then said thattine Board should inventory Of all cou pt l
meeting with a short dmanl Creamer, & .00 ". ian to serve until a permanent chairman first call Dr. Lowery before the Board and made at the earliest date possible. After
Dcmak e other a propriate3 com ents to h Carry Goodwin "... ... 100 a3 is elected. Whereupon, Commissioner A. J. discuss these complain ts with her and find discussion, the chairman appointed Cor -
business and to that will Mary Clark "3p.. t porary chairman. of previous health officers. Dr. Wright said make an inventory o n all property South of
take of rice to begin the 1963 term2; that Bessie Dks, ". ............ 2.00ROADandeBRCGEaFNDnOCommission
Thei JanuarY 19.1tmissioner Strickland for Chairman for 1963. would be to do anything the commissioner the Chairman.will ce h
B a s gw a boforsa r.1. 0.0ro the a ping o ert thetB dt th d
the meeting was called to order, but that Inez Chambers, ........ (Ther es .nno thl i t oed e e itsng euotet n nio t ire ntysupported the s enteaHAtie f he Cr teor t o th
e is now in the Courtroom. Brother Davis B. A. Roberts, up.... 15.00 Board unaton that we tlay e G a ad the Cay con; tt and state board tory be completed before the next meeting. e w e




























Ghe unity Sorolf te uigy EAccount 1ni Sto M e Cine Co. 15oi ae.0 ,at I .*. r t l ig n t oy serytwas n c performs duy.
meeing awee m Ie. l bt c-ro -iCansing, Insanity case .. .00 .nioni Foar Storelv d toe, Sup. ..e c.A Jp. 2510 rnd ota m, public interss e -m tssatad nd urch SchOOl uy o















BaptistChurchwainvite tohis thiBelle MOrniag Worship 11:00 Am
make forward and offered a beautiful prayer ieTomas 150 .,4,I .,ma Strickland chairman for the year an63. of health enter into a working agreement, The Sheriff informed the Board that the

Sthen offered a rs ie herebeiupon, there wasnom a motions, the Board such as now exist between Gulf county ad law doesday) 7:30 P.M.not pro















beiemn d toth f liat NmMry.Carkne.Sm.nIn Eveng Worship B7:30 P.rm.
take hofhice to ie 1ntervthoat. Gless e "c15.00kinanimusly voted to elect A. Strickland the Stae Health Department, the health an inventory of the equipment innd to

















o gEin a fv Upn.otithGa y n A Sd ........ 5o the Sher-t
f invitingtheinisterial Bessie GlaCommissioner cDaniel nominated Coin- fets as set out in Chapter ut 81e, Florida CeAamissioner Grahamntomon r da



































lVU V Wheun, p motion by Commission- l MOVI FIM 6.00 aom
Bronthe Davi asnac ofoty mie presentm t thermtim neg BrIs Mtell enion ......0. h l missioner trKeaed for iChairman for 13 whe tnalth officer would then he believes a retainer of $150.00 per moth
.0theBoard unanimously voted to electA Leo the Board of County a Commissioners not ofr be cmpte bfore he nexm
a'- thng anM.00d- tKennedy vice-chairman for the year 1963. inconsistent ito w othe state health laws, the riffinfrmed te rd ta the
th prayr and said that arrangementstron, NOTICE: We are beginning our annual inventory. We ur
have been made for a minister ttend Josie 00 Th chairman announced that he next Dr. Wright the in sour ggestued that Drios. LowePictures dating back into n, the paCommissionear
ers feet- IBM C ............ ...C business would br the to ear ploy an attorney be in not aimed by the Board to dis- Graham mt be de a motion to royed. We re-






















cu ea County Commissioier asino to 104 Bay View Drive L.hdone 6M
n. Webb Fun. Homel the Boardan Engineer, County Service derstandng, policy changes ty Engineers retainer fee the Board o
GENERAL FUND PEST CONTROL W.T. Edardsr fr n on replcment. Commissioner lowing voted; AYE: Graham anduMcDanieb
Samuel Marion Graves, Jr., Salary..141,7i not to employ H en. David C. oaskin as At- be hard to make the necessary corrections Pursuant to notice aPumisheduRetcording


S' reaso forhis action was beec cause Mr. Gas- many complaints have been made against furnsnt ainr toer
Director Internal Rev., WT 28.40 Stari Pub. Co., ns i.,A .- 0 73.5 kin represents many firms and corporations her, plus the fact that not a single health BTU installed in the Farm Agent's Office,
Gulf County Social Security AcEt. .. C R5.12 Sam P. Husband, Salary 11 .........t 1 thatth County will be dealing with; that department employee has bee nable to gt to-wit:

R oonaylE.Gr een, Ac t. ns ........19.37 F ore nez e pill) Min., r wrp .. a. att9ne pict a represent two clients her since T h has been health St. foe Hardware Co.,1
December 31, 192 I. Til .22.0 GENERAL FUND PEST CONTROL Panama Generator Co., Parts .... 17.95 appreciates Commissioner McDaniel's Wewahitchka Hardware Co., a8100E
S el e Mari iis Salary 147196e h o. F. e FRefn. ss ...... '' 9.00CJanuaryi,"1963 Fla. Asphalt Co., Asphalt ........ 75.00 interestiin this matter, but that in his Commissioner MeDanith said that from $237.00.
L e y.1487 i te et .o.Reor.M.i71.00 Fla. Der. Com., Surplus prop.0....,69.70 American Oil Co., Fuel ..has7pinion all attorneys represent more than what he duetothe act thattes t o l fo bids w reveo
7a0k ks..........I1oneclientand that is no reason to discon is hhat all the ctmthatnot are sine hea- BTU, $257.25. 1 PhinhF Agn' Ofc,
Gulf County SalSry .. 1 .12 Sa n P Cs s .......l 6.61 Standard Oi Co., Fuel 2..7... Gulf Coast Ele. COOP., Sprye.......3.whab aus eonIn y ca isi00Bn,$3


Ray E. Green, Compt.. 16 D0, Ret...........19.37 BroaedendPds. C o A in., BsDh ......golcwife.
Colonial Life & Acci. Ins., Ins ..... .00 St. Joe I we. a attCo.,ornpe.y.canno r e u C t swei tc..........eotherbeyear.nea hS. e HaBoa r C. 1Rc
e. C. HarGenneo, Salary .i.......s1..4. i golu agcr., Priss ........W. q.5 FINE & FORFEITURE FUND Pate's Service Center, Sup .W...... 75.88 for the lack of a second. in the program, then this Board take the names to be placed in the Circuit Court
Leoa KrentGnRSalary 0 GENERAL.FN1D6.25linClON.,TPart..........R2.O january 9, 1963 Calloway Bros. Sup., Parts ...... 511.72 .05reupon, Commissioner Kennedy made necessary steps to effect the changes. jury box for the year 1963.
Neva SJanu.............25dary .1 ......aSp..C3 Awal. Co., Asphal..........7.00 ition ths empyat, bt thatin his Commissioner Graham stated that fe did There being no further business the
James HaGreer, Salary .......... 103.27 Pliyers30 Ins. Co, isG 01 tn-n orgiY. Co. urt Cost ...... 5.25 Glullev, Inc. Parts ............ 111.21 ended by Commissioner Paver, antd upon against Dr. Lowery; that he would srve ATTEST:
C. E. DCanise..Salary...5......... 4.189.4cr ySStcSup.:. .1 ree P Co.. Fos, etc.......... 26.86 vote tihe following voted: AYE: Kennedy, to know more about this situation before George Y. wore A. mm. StrMckland
PM rgu Cn Govrs, Salary. ....... .. 5. 0 4.16 s is-,In C o.s.Sip.. .. 12.70 1 V'u s vz Tru cki. Co., Forms .......... .. a1, Sta l A uto.P as,P1el da ccustom ed t anDr. o clerk Chairman
David C. Gaskin, Salary .......... 155.00 Wiley's Supply Co., p. .0.ss.ece22.2L9 ROAD and BRIDGE FUND Chairman Harden acnouScedta P t the Player, Graham and the Chairman. NOW: making jus t thes pe ogtt
Ray W. lb n lr 70.50 Fia.'Power Corp., p. "......... .72 January 9, 1963 business for the year 1062 is now coGR- Mcraniel.raskedt1.1 ihaiDe
Max.0.....Tie..Recp..165.63C.PanaaTireweorgontld. Sup., dd and it is time for te Members o Commissioner cDaie d the m reo her the
Elmer Nunery, Salarycci..........s 16.47.,MnP. Tomlinson, Inp.. .........s S p.C .... Su2.01315.5.StWeJosepHl.CcS.p................280.11,i iertCelHar.
Sam P. Husband. Salary......... 50.002 d. Joe Tel. Co., Seri. St. J anuary 1963 Ca.. 8.45 the present Board to give s....their... n W heruo Cmequired Ken mardeto nec
W. L. Fitzpatrick, Salary ........- 1.70 C. r. Daniel, Refund .. ... ....t 7 ) PCor. S ils)Is, S alas............. 4 3ta.5S in order that tS2e new board may assume ploy an Engineer. The Chairman answered
Joseph W. Bailey, Salary...........'.10.70 PBurfordToothaker Trai. Co4.1EqipI5, 55i.0e Ray-Broiks Mah_.. Parts ........ 161.37 its duties and, obligations.. ..r. Harden then ft the law did not require the Board to
Robert L. Mcre Salary...........354.16 ..70 Ccil G. Parri.Sh, Work otil 30..15.0 tAlvin .CoGlon Garage, Part,....... 10.16i told thoss present that s iewill forever onde. b'Cm an Engineer, but that it was the poli- ns RLTha THODhST C
r.C.C. i ai Sala ry............ 9.8 Fla. Grave Co., Gravel ....... Wewa Water Co., FSre............4.02 ishtan r OiO.., ,t was his in sert 6 viof the Bolo rd o retain an Engineer.
Davr.yHiu l l C. a ilSa latrye............ 1. p 2.2Eicltat he laye
Maxic W.Kibourd,.Salary------------170.50 a..enceC',elipe............ 1..7 J ao, 1a fo t.. e.a....ffr tle past eight ConMiissionerlMcDanielien stated that it Intersetion Monument ad Cottuon
Director Int Rev., W-T............. 5.. 0 St Joe Teousiu.C Sp.,..up....... 1.15.100.00 Bay ach. &i We.C, ar......... 4 183.30, yearee, thanking ll of the county Officials would be his policy to employ an Engineer
Ram P.Husbany Socialae.urey Aico.un 10 F.70 I.Wodidge, lMDs Insl.. it.v.......5.00i'Coastaluiis..Gas.Rent........... 1.00 present in all, dealings concerning the s ousty services and not to pay an engineer when

S CIa se. 9. 004 asthioc air o, hs .2101 the r pl terest.t He told of s m n lie was not actually performing a duty.
Peninsular Life Ins., Ins...........1.95 IHarols B. Caisg,iusityise 5.0assionsFarStoles.. ..........25 10 and othlics ili Commissionert McDaniel then made a mu-
-tion to discontinue the policy of retaining Church School 9:45A
an Engineer. The motion was not seconded,
therefore, the Chairman declared the motion MOrning Worship 11-:00 A3L
Whereupon, there was a motion by Com- Bibye Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M
missioner Player to retain Mr. Max W. Kil-
ham seconded this motion and stated that e i or
lie would ake an additional motion later Evening Worship 7:30 P
in the meeting with reference to tile County
Engineer. Upon vote, the following votd:
AYE: Player, Graham, Kennedy and the
Whereupon, upon motion by Commissioner
Graham, seconded by Commissioner Player
fielt was retained as Road Superintendent COM PLETE PHOTO SERVICE
for 1963.
Whereupon, upon motion by Commission- F T QUALIFY ROL LM SER E
er Kennedy seconded by Commissioner Gra-UFIL E E
ham and unanimously carried Mr. C. E.
Daniell was retained as Mosquito Control C PORTRAIT COMMERCIAL
Whereupon, upon motion by Commission- MOVIE FILM ULACK and WHITE C COLOR
er Kennedy, seconded by Commissioner Gra-
and untnimously carried that Mr. Rob- NOTICE: We are beginning our annual inventory. We ur.
ert D. Sidwell be appointed County Civil
Defense Officer for 1963.,gently-request that you pick up any pictures that you may
a nThe Chairman -announced that lie will have in our studios. Pictures dating back into the past year
charges of thenseveral County Departments not claimed by their owners, must be destroyed. We ri-
Dr. William L. Wright, M. D., Director quest your immediate attention to this matter.
Bureau of Local Health Service, Florida State
Board of Health, having been invited to
come before the Board to discuss thie County
Health Departments problems and the re-
placement of Dr. Willa Dean Lowery, M. D.
a sCounty Health Officer was introduced to 104 Bay View Drive Phone 8274681
the Board. He then thanked the Board foi

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
By HERVEY SHARPE day later, the blossoms collapse in-
Agricultural Extension Service to a mass of slime. Now is the time for planting or
Some folks say that pedal-push- You can prevent the fungus transplanting. Here are a few
ers are garments that bring out from ravaging your blossoms this pointers to remember. There is a
natural beauty. So, take this tip spring with a spray program of definite relationship between trans-
and begin pushing for azalea petals one-half ounce of zineb in three planting and pruning roots and
if you want to adorn your garden gallons of water. Begin the spray tops-each should be done careful-
with natural beauty. applications when the early varie- ly. The root system of any plant
The big freeze in December may ties begin to show color. Repeat the should approximate the top in vol-
have cut short the supply of pe- zineb mist applications three times ume; therefore, the tops of plants
talks. Therefore, plan now to display a week during color season, should be reduced in most cases.
the petals that did survive by pre- If you are thinking about buying Conifers are the exception-they
venting azalea flower-spot. This some camellias, now is the time to need not be pruned.
beauty-killing fungus can reduce a select the varieties you want-while The bare-rooted plants are hard-
magnificent display of blossoms in- they are in bloom. To see the flow- est to make live when shifted to a
to a slimy mush almost overnight. ers at their Sunday-best visit a new location. Balled and burlapped
The first sign of the disease is camellia show and make a list of plants usually suffer very little in
small water-soaked spots on the the varieties that strike your fancy, the transplanting process and it is
flower petals, says Dr. Howard Mil- Then it will be easier to make up almost impossible to have anything
ler, pathologist with the Agricul- your mind on what to buy when but a green thumb if you trans-
tural Experiment Station. Then, a you visit the nursery. plant a shrub from a pot or a can.
Regardless of the type of root
system you plant, be sure to settle
NEED A PLUMBER? these underground parts with a
soaking good supply of water.
The planting schedule also in-
CALL SEAMAN c- f^i eludes roses. When planted in Jan-
Plumbing installation Repaltb a uary, rose bushes will not sprout
Contract Work A SpeoIalty generally until after frost dangers
are past. Planted earlier, rose
Agetk for Ysprouts may get nipped during per-
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-CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE- Water newly planted roses at
least once per week if rainfall is
TWO EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS TO SERVE YOU short and be ready to spray or dust
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thtat shows up as black lesions on
rose leaf margins, try one ounce of
Captan along with a few drops of
a wetting agent, in four gallons of


THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1963
water. Apply the spray at seven-
day intervals when black spot is
present.
If you want gladioli for Easter
or. Mother's Day, plant them by
the last of January. Plant groups
of corms every two weeks from
now until warm weather and you'll
spread your flowerin season of
the tall-stemmed blossoms. Be sure
to treat the corms before planting
to prevent diseases. Treat corms by
shaking them in a paper bag con-
taining Spergon.
Dooryard citrus growers should
inspect trees for red spiders, pur-
ple and six-spotted mites and other
insects during cool, dry weather.
For control, the standby remedy is
DN spray-one teaspoon to a gal-
lon of water. The clerk at the gar-
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gestion.
Sulfur spray, four tablespoons
per gallon of water, will kill rust
mites and give you clean, bright
fruit. However, if you believe that
russet fruits are sweeter than
clean fruit, then delay the spray
applications until you are sure
that the fruits have the correct
amount of injury.
Italian rye or other winter tem-
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or two months ago will need a lit-
tle more fertilizer now to keep
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fertilizer per 1,000 square feet of
lawn.
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Theta Rho officers--front row, and Elaine Sims.
left to right, Vicki McGill, Linda Back row, left to right, Char-
Davis, Sandra Baxley, Judy Wil- lotte Williams, Mary Ellen Ev-
liams, Judy Carter, Susan Antley ans, Katrina Ferris, Fran Gunn,


Melody Theta Rho Girls Club No. 10

Installs Officers In Impressive Ceremony

Melody Theta Rho Girls Club No. at 7:30 p.m. in the American Le-
10 held open installation for its gion building.
new officers Monday, January 14 The invocation was given by the
retiring Chaplain, Vicki McGill, af-
PLUMBING AND ter which the pledge of allegiance
ELECTRICAL WORK to the flag, then the National An-
them was- sung.
Contracting or Repairs The retiring president, Fran
Gunn, welcomed all visitors, and
PHONE 227-3886 gave her retiring address. After
the address, the installation of new
1 | officers was held.
CECIL PARRISH Officers installed were: Presi-
censed and Bonded dent, Judy Williams; Vice-Presi-
Licened nd Bonded dent, Judy Carter; Recording Secre-
1312 Palm Boulevard tary, Marieta L e e; Treasurer,
___________ ~Elaine Sims; Chaplain, Janet Good-


PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Prayer Service (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.
Sunday School :.. 710:00 A.M.
Morning Worship __ ._ 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor- n he Port Area"
Rev. Joel S. McGraw, Pastor
Comfortably Air-Conditioned


Janet Goodman, Libby Harper,
Marieta Lee, Judy Sims, Susan
Gent;y and Linda Webb.


man; Marshal, Charlotte Williams;
Warden, Judy Sims; Conductor,
Mary Ellen Evans; Right Suppor-
ter to Worthy President, Linda
Webb; Left Supporter to Worthy
President, Libby Harper; Inside
Guardian, Linda Davis; First Her-
ald, Dianne Goodman; Second Her-
ald, Vicki McGill; Third Herald,
Susan Antley; Fourth Herald, Su-
san Gentry; Past President, Fran
Gunn.
The club had the honor of having.
four of its past presidents do the
installing. They were: Sandra
Baxley, Katrina Ferris, Mary Car-
olyn Lyons and Pat McCormick,
who is also past State President.
Mrs. Emmett Daniell presided at
the piano.
Katrina Ferris presented the past
president with her pin. Vicki Mc-
Gill presented her gift from the
club. Gifts were also presented to
all the past presidents. The meet-
ing was closed with the Mizpeh
benediction, and refreshments were
served to those present.
OES LODGE TO.
INSTALL OFFICERS',
Gulf Chapter No. 191, Order of
the Eastern Star is having an open
installation of officers Tuesday
niglt, January 29 at 7:30 p.m.
The public is invited to attend.
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INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE
By Lamar Moore
Glidden kindly gave Pulp Mill
three points. In return for the act
of kindness, Pulp Mill donated
Glidden one point in the final
match. The Laboratory got greedy
and hogged all four points from
Box Plant. Back Maintenance had
Vitro sweating all night before go-
ing down three points to one. The
Laboratory sneaked back to third
place ahead of Back Maintenance.
A one man show was put on by
Sonny Counts of Electric Meter as
he led his team to three points
over Paper Mill.
The Pulp Mill, being the good
boys that they are, tried to give
all four points to the good boys
from Glidden. Glidden decided that
they couldn't use the points and
insisted that Pulp Mill take them.
Lamar Moore, at 513, and Foy Ad-
ams at 441, were the only bowlers
on either team to get their aver-
age.
On lanes three and four, the Lab-
oratory team put on a good show
to take all games from Box Plant.
Tom Thornton was the big gun at
549. J. C- McArdle was senior king
pin at 482, thanks to a big 221 fi-
nal game. Tommy Parker contin-
ues to be hot as was Junior king
pin with his series of 469. It will
be interesting to see how the
chemists make out against Vitro
next week.
Lee Taylor was somewhat cool
even though he got above his av-
erage at 468. John Brown suffered
a bad night at 381, as did Alto
Worley and Dave Sprague. Goober
Dunlap and Yank Zimmerman were
sorely missed by the Boxers, not
to mention Marvin Bearden.
The better bowling for the eve-
ning took place on alleys five and
six. Vitro managed to make off
with the bacon but was almost
caught in the act as Back Mainten-
ance shot a neat 2331 series. All
Vitro men were over 450, save Dan-
ny Maddox at 435. Bill Tew 'was
high at 512.,
Back Maintenance was led by
Rod ensen at 521, but it was the
likes of Harley Roberts at 402 and
Buford Griffin at 486 that kept the
pressure on Vitro. Harley was a
whopping 77 pins above his aver-
age for the evening and was per-
sonally responsible for Back Main-
tenance taking the third game.
Peanut McCroan is on the rebound
and turned in a 436.
Sonny Counts acted as anchor
man for Electric Meter and anchor
them he did, as he put together
games of 220, 186, and 190 for a
gigantic 596. This is first high in-
dividual series in the leagues so
far. Dave Jones gave Sonny a hand
when he turned in a 425. Hughey
Williams had good connections as
did Jimmy Harrison as both were
well above average.
Bill Whaley showed signs of
greatness at one point but failed
to get his 500 when he slumped to
a 145 third game. Billy Joe Davis
may be getting back on the right
track but wound up at 469. Billy
Joe is due to break open one of
these nights. Archie Floyd was
consistent and had a 169 final
game to wind up at 439. Ole Arch
can be rough at times.
Team Standings W L
Vitro. Services ------- 47% 24%
PulpMill 46 26
Laboratory ----40 32







Ho- Service Department
flordj Power Corporation
Thk dish can be prepared in
either the electric saucepan or


S(Lamb, eggplant an4
tomato stew)
1 lb. lamb shoulder, acut ha
large dice
8 tablespoons fat
Ssmall eggplant cut in large
dice
1 medium onion diced


2 mal tomatoes, cut in
small pieces
1 teaspoon paprika
Salt and pepper
Preheat pan to 250*, add fat
and lamb. Brown meat lightly.
Pour In enough water to make
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Add onions; when they are soft,
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1963


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Box Plant
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Electric Meter .-
Paper Mill


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LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE
By J. Ruth Ramsey
Jitney Jungle was on lane one
this week and got three more
points to their credit, giving only
one point to the IGA team on lane
two. Linda Stewart led the Jitney
Jungle team with the best series
of 388 composed of games of 132,
111 and 145. Lois Smith had best
game for her team with a 156 to
give her a series of 370. Evelyn
Smith had a good series of 380 fol-
lowed by Ann Whittle with a 360
and Verna Burch with a 322.
Maxine Smith for the IGA team,
tied for third high game of the
season with a 178 together with
games of 105 and 116 for a series
of 379. Judy McClain, Jean Stebel
and Ruth Ramsey followed with
series of 329, 319 and 329 respec-
tively.
On lanes three and four this
week were St. Joe Laundry and
Ed's Florist. The laundry team won
one point this week also. Jean Stou-
fer had a very good series of 393
composed of games 121, 116 and
156. Dot Koller had a good game
of 157 and a series of 354. Lou
Taylor followed with a 347 which
included a good game of 140. Betty
Whitehurst had a game of 115 in
the third game.
Ed's Florist held the lead for
second place by winning three
points. Maxine Jensen took high
series honors' with a 490 which in-
cluded games of 160, 162 and 168.
Cutchie Brown followed with a
386 with a good game of 140. Elise
Rogers had a series of 378 and Wy-
nell Burke, a series of 298.
Team Standings W L
Jitney Jungle ------ 54 18
Ed's Florist 40 32
St. Joe Laundry -------32 40
IGA Foodliner --------18 54

COMMERCIAL LEAGUE
By Jake Koller
Last week on alleys one and
two we saw red hot Roche's Furni-
ture adding another victim to their
list. Roche's let Michigan Chemical
take home only one point, allow-
ing them the second game. Wayne
Smith was the hot one for Roche's
rolling 598. Lou Little's 436 was
good for second. Ray Medlin hit
506 for the losers to lead his team.
Frank Dennis rolled a fair series
hitting 468.
Basil's Standard bounced back
on alleys three and four to sweep
three points from Florida National
Bank. Joe Davis put together
games of 185, 180 and 187 for a
fine 552. Joe led Basil's while Sam-


A Service of Your Doctor of Medidc%
Your Local Medical Society and the
1lorida Medical Asodatioa.
WATER AMD TE BODY
Dehydration may be defined
as the removal of water from
the body or a tissue and also
as the condition which results
from undue lose of water. In a
person it is usually associated
with loss of both water and
salt.
The failure to drink is the
most frequent cause of lack of
water in the body. In people
who are debilitated and too
weak to respond to thirst, de-
hydration may be noticeable.
Persons in a state of clouded
consciousness or coma often
are unable to communicate that
they are thirsty.
Water starvation rapidly can
become a serious condition.
Death can come quicker from
water starvation than from the
lack of any other article of diet.
It is estimated that a human
can live only about eleven days
without water. Too little water
in the body causes the blood to
become thick and decrease in
volume, the circulation to slow
and stop, and death results.
Chemists refer to water as
the universal solvent, for it will
dissolve more materials than
any other pure liquid. This is
especially important in the hu-
man body. Water provides the
necessary environment for the
continuous and varied life pro-
cesses within the body. There
is water in every cell and be-
tween all cells. Water com-
prises as much as 75 per cent
of the body weight.
Thirst, as with hunger, is
an instinctive self-preservation
urge that points to a bodily
need. The normal body needs
about three quarts of water
daily, obtainable through food
and drinks.


uelson's 478 was high second. John
Hanson's first night with the bank
gave him high honors with 473.
Bill Whaley's 439 and Don Law-
ley's 438 were next.
Alleys five and six saw the big
guns of Costin's all get their pow-
der wet allowing the Stevedores to
sweep three points from the league
leaders. Frank Gonzalez led the
Stevedores with 495 and Ted Gra-
bowski's 480 was second. Jimmy
Costin was high for Costin's with
497 followed by "Choke" Koller
with 488. I promised I would an-
nounce that Costin's anchor man
"blew" the last frame of the last
game allowing the Stevedores to
win by seven pins. "Woe is me!"
Team Standings W L
Costin's 44 28
Stevedores 43 29
Roche's Furniture _- 35 37
Fla.-National Bank 32% 35
Basil's Standard ------ 33 39
Michigan Chemical __- 26% 41%
Saturday night Costin's will meet
a mixed team of other teams in the
city in a match game. Wayne
Smith, Lou Little, Ralph Ward, Bil-
ly Richards and Dennis Arnold are
the ones out to beat Costins.
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FRED HUNT, Pastor
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FOR SALE: Repossessed sewing
machine. Take up payments of
$5.50 month.' Used Singer sewing
machine, sews good, $15.00. New
Home sewing machine, $5.00. Sur-
plus Sales Sewing Center, across
from Post Office, Phone 227-2011.
FOR SALE: Vacuum cleaners,
slightly used. $15.00. Phone 227-
8536, after 5:00 p.m. Itc
FOR SALE: Due to a kidney ail-
ment, I am forced to sell 1961
Consul English Ford. Small down
payment 'and take up pmts. Less
than half price. See Bert Hall,
phone 227-5296. 3tc-1-10
FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom
brick home, 1031 Long Ave. Ph.
648-4128, J. A. Mira.
FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom home
in excellent condition, with den,
tile bath, wall to wall carpet in liv-
ing-room. Many other extras 'to go
with sale. Located at 1310 Wood-
ward Ave. Priced for quick sale,
Presently FHA financed.
If interested phone 227-5261, George
H. Wimberly, Jr. tfc 10-4
FOR SALE: Modern 2 bedroom
concrete Rlock 'house, insulated,
thermostat 'controlled heat on 185
x75 ft. lot.. New chain link fence
around" back yard. 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. .Small down pay-
ment, up- to three years to pay.
For information contact Mrs. L. T.
Arr.old, Max Kilbourni or B. D
Prows, Jr., Phone 227-49L tft
SALESMAN WANTED: Are you
looking for a good part-time or
full-time income in Gulf County or
Port St Joe? Many Rawleigh
Dealers earn $2.50 and up per hr.


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 tBeacl. 1tc-1-lu
MOVING?-Let Mayflower help
you. Maytiower movers are pio-
neers in transfer and storage and
their years of experience are your
assurance of satisfaction. Why not
call SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE.
They will be glad to advise you
on all of your moving plans, whe-
ther local or long distance. Free
estimates. Phone SURPLUS SALES
of ST. JOE, Phone 227-2011.


HE'S USED TO THE
"PANIC BUTTON"
Illness crises are frequent in-the life of
" your^ Rexall Pharmacist. He meets them with
speea and confidence as part of his complex
professional duties. You can rely on him to
S fill your prescriptions exactly as your doctor
ordered.
YOUR PHARMACY



Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Ave.
Free Parking
Drive-In Window Service


YOUzi FIND IT N r[i E


SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. In American
Legion HalL Ail members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation pt
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 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 OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
SHARRON G. WILSON, )
Plaintiff, )
vs. )
CHARLES ROLAND WILSON,)
Defendant. )
NOTICE TO: CHARLES ROLAND
WILSON, whose place of residence
is unknown.
On or before the llth day of
February, A. D., 1963, the Defend-
ant, Charles Roland Wilson, is re-
quired to serve upon, William J.
Rish, Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 303 Fourth Street, 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 for divorce filed against
him herein.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 9th day
of January, A. D., 1963.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(COURT SEAL) 4t-1-10
NOTICE TO BID
Bid Number 3
The City of Port St. Joe, will re-
ceived sealed bids at the office of
the City-Clerk in the City Hall,
Poort St. Joe, Florida, until 5:00
p.m., February 5, 1963 for water-
proofing the outside of the City
Hall building as follows:
1. Fill all existing cracks to
match existing surface.
2. Clean all foreign matter from
surface and apply two coats of
silicone (heavy duty).
3. Caulk all windows.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
received.


2t-1-17.


J. B. WILLIAMS,
City Auditor and Clerk


NOTICE TO BID
Bid No. 4
The City of Port St. Joe will re-
ceive sealed bids at the 'office of
the City Clerk in the City Hall,
Port St. Joe, Florida until 5:00
p.m., February 5, 1963 for the fol-
lowing:
1 42,000 BTU air conditioner.
2 21,000 BTU Air Conditioners.
2 18,000 BTU Air Conditioners.
This unit or units is to be instal-
led in the Council Chambers at
City Hall.


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HAVE SO-CALLED JEHOVAH'S
WITNESSES BEEN IN YOUR
HOME? Their teachings are con-
trary to the Word of God and a
threat to your eternal well-being.
Their error will warp your minds,
corrupt your doctrine and damn
your souls. A Bible study which is
not church-related will be conduct-
ed for the purpose of exposing the
false teachings of this cult. This is
your opportunity 'to become in-
formed whether you have been ap-
proached by this group or not. If
interested, call 229-1223, Rev. Liv-
ingston Blauvelt.
EPTIC TANKS frumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
uiick expert service, tie
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8:00 p.m.
at Parish House, 809% 6th St Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3331 for
further information or write P. 0.
Box 535. t


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. American Legion
Home.


Two Minor Auto

Accidents In City

Two minor automobile accidents
occurred in the City Limits of
Port St. Joe last week resulting in
about 350.00 damages to all four
vehicles involved.
Last Friday morning, J. P. Flei-
shel was traveling toward Port St.
Joe on Highway 98 and started to
make a left turn at the Kenny's
Mill Road. At the same instant,
Dan Sims of Port St. Joe started to
pass the Fleishel vehicle.
As a result, the two cars side-
swiped each other with approxi-
mately $250.00 damages to both
autos.
Tuesday of this week, a car dri-
ven by Mack Harrell of First Street
was hit from the side by an auto
driven by T. S. Singletary.


According to investigating offi- ly new, being first used in 1928.
cer Allan Ray Watson, Harrel was Of course, it has had numerous re-
traveling down Long Avenue be- finements during the past years,
side the Florida National Bank and has become a popular building
building when the Singletary car material because of its versatility
came from the alley behind the ruggedness and economy.
bank and hit the Harrell auto. Only *
minor damage resulted from the
collision. Minor Safety 'Infractions
Can Have 'Bad Results

Wreck Injures TALLAHASSEE The Florida
Highway Patrol warns that violat-
Man and Woman ing what might seem a minor traf-
fic safety rule can often result in
a major accident.
A Port St. Joe man and a Wewa- Such violations in the past have
hitchka woman were both injured caused the loss of life, many in-
in an accident just South of We- juries and great property dam-
wahitchka on State Road 71 Sun- age," says the Patrol.
day afternoon. For instance, the patrol empha-
According to Florida- Highway sizes that it is against the law to
Patrolman Ken Murphy, Jewel Ma- leave an alleyway or a driveway
rie Poole, of Wewahitchka, was without coming to a stop before
headed north at approximately 55 crossing the sidewalk or any other
miles per hour, when her right walkway.
front wheel ran off the road. Her Opening the left door while a
auto skidded on the wet paving and vehicle is in motion can cause a
slammed into a vehicle driven by major accident and motorists


George Machen of Port St. Joe who
was headed south on 71. The Poole
auto continued to skid and liit an
auto driven by Elizabeth Ann
Barnes of Panama City.
Total.damages to all three autos
was estimated at $2,350.00.
Mrs. Poole was taken to Dr. Har-
old B. Canning's office in Wewa-
hitchka and was treated for lac-
erations of the left leg.
Machen was also taken to Can-
nings office and then transferred
to the Port St. Joe Municipal Hos-
pital suffering from lacerations of
the forehead and broken ribs.
No charges were filed in the ac-
cident.


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Lunch Room Menu

Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, January 28
Sausage, lim a beans, turnip
greens, corn bread and butter, fruit
cup and milk.
Tuesday, January 29
Sloppy joe on buns, snap beans,
shredded carrots, hot cheese bis-
cuits and butter, prunes and milk.
Wednesday, January 30
Roast pork, buttered cabbage,
rice, sweet potato marshmallow
casserole, spiced beets, white bread
and butter and milk.
Thursday, January 31
Turkey noodle soup, pimento
cheese sandwiches, saltine crack-
ers, orange juice, donuts and
milk.
Friday, February 1
Macaroni and cheese, English
peas, sliced tomatoes, fruit Jello,
white bread and butter and milk.


The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
received.


2t-1-17.


J. B. WILLIAMS,
City Auditor and Clerk


should give some indication as to
their intention before doing so.
Coasting downhill by putting
your car in neutral is a dangerous
practice.
Parking lights are not to be
used as driving lights at any time
when headlights are required.
Parking lights are for parking,
says the Patrol.
"While these are just a few of
the rules which many of us forget,
ignore or consider minor violations
when broken, they contribute a
great deal to injury or death caus-
ing accidents which many people
write off as accidents that just
"happen", the patrol declared.


:ttarMig6 Wa
Home Service Department
Fiorida Powercorporation


Meat Tenderizer
Less expensive cuts of meat
can be' prepared by quick meth-
ods with the use of tenderizer.
It is important to apply the
right amount properly and for
the right length of time at the
right temperature.
Use % to'% teaspoon of ten-
derizer per pound of meat. Do
not use any salt.
For meats up to 1 inch thick,
pierce with sharp fork, sprinkle
on all sides with tenderizer, al-
low to stand 30 to 40 minutes
at room temperature. Or, since
the process is slowed by cooling,
overnight or longer in the re-
frigerator. Freezing stops action
completely.
For thicker cuts of meat treat
in the same manner but let
stand at room temperature for
1 hour.
Meat tenderizers have other
blessings, to o. The y reduce
shrinkage and cut cooking time
25 percent.


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Panama City Man
Speaks To Rotary

An interesting and informative
program was presented to the Port
St. Joe Rotary Club last Thursday
by Stanley Worsham, an engineer
with the Southern Prestressed Con-
crete Company of Panama City.
Worsham showed slides to illus-
trate his talk about how the con-
crete members were made, to with-
stand weights and stresses that for-
merly took expensive construction.
The members are made by stret-
ching wire cables under tremen-
dous loads and then pouring con-
crete around the stressed cable. Af-
ter curing, the cables are cut and
the resulting tendency of the ca-
ble to snap back to its original
shape, pulls the concrete mole-
cules tighter together, thus mak-
ing the beams capable of withstand-
ing tremendous pressures.
Prestressed concrete is relative-


Proclamation
WHEREAS, the civic bodies
and service organizations of our
community and the departments
of the local government recog-
nize the great service rendered
to this community by the Port
St. Joe Junior Chamber of Com-
merce, and
WHEREAS, the United States
Junior Chamber of Commerce
and its affiliated state and local
organizations have set aside the
week of January 20-26, 1963, to
observe the founding of the Jun-
ior Chamber of Commerce and
to commemorate such founding
by the selection of an outstand-
ing young man in this commun-
ity as the recipient of the Dis-
tinguished Service Award, and
WHEREAS, this organization
of young men has contributed
materially to the betterment' of
this community throughout the
year,
THEREFORE, I, FRANK HAN-
NON, Mayor of the City of Port
St. Joe, do hereby proclaim the,
week of January 20-26, 1963, as
JAYCEE WEEK and urge all ci-
tizens of our community to give
full consideration to the future
services of the Junior Chamber


BE SAFE -- BUY ALL. DRUGS FROM A

PHARMACIST AT SMITH'S PHARMACY


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of Commerce.
/s/ FRANK HANNON
Mayor


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Jayceettes.-fave

January Meeting

The Jayceettes :had their Janu-
ary 'dinner nieeting &dnday night
at the Motel St. Joe with 15 mem-
bers present.
Mrs. Gladys Brown .gave a very
interesting program. on "The Art
of Beauty Culture".
Mrs. Virginia Cannon, president,
presided during the business meet-
ing when the group voted their ap-
proval of the by-laws and constitu-
tion as presented by. Mrs. Irene
Ramsey .
Reports ,were given by other
committees.
The February meeting will be
an installation service.










PHONE 7-3161


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1963


KEEP DRUGS
OUT OF CHILDREN'S REACH

"Doctor, come quickly!", 'shrieked Martha over-
the phone. "My little Johnny swallowed a whole
bottle full of my heart capsules!"

We hope the doctor gets there in time, Martha.
Please, please be sure to move all medicines away
from the hands of curious children.


SMITH'S PH ARMACY
Drive-In Window At Rear of Our Store
Two Parking Spaces Reserved for our Prescrlption Customera
at our Back Door.
JOHN ROBERT SMITH, Pharmaceutical Chemist


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America's Finest House Paint

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ST. JOE HARDWARE COMPANY


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CHRISTIAN FILMS

In Full Color


"THE FIERY FURNACE" 13 minutes
A Children's Bible Adventure Film


"The Professor and the Prophets" 30 minutes
Another Moody Science Film

WHEN? Sunday, January 27, 7:30 P.M.
WHERE? Port St. Joe High School Auditorium
SPONSOR: Faith Bible Church.
PASTOR: Rev. Livingston Blauvelt
PUBLIC WELCOME X X X X NURSERY PROVIDED