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 Material Information
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: March 28, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
1 C it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
PER COP Y your home town merchantal

"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1963 NUMBER 28


Charges Against




Henderson Killed


Circuit Judge W. L. Fitzpatrick,
'ordered charges of embezzlement
against former Port St. Joe City
Auditor and Clerk R. W. Henderson
dropped Tuesday, before the case
ever came to trial.
Henderson was to be tried Tues-
day in connection with an alleged
$9,000 shortage in City of Port St.
Joe Water and Sewer Funds. He
was charged specifically with em-
bezzlement of $800.00 of the alleg.
ed shortage. The shortage was re-
ported as the result of an audit
last spring by a Jacksonville au-
diting firm after examination of
two months of city business in con-
ducting their usual spot audit.
Henderson has denied responsi-
bility for the apparent' missing
funds. He was represented Tues-
day by David Carl Gaskin and Billy
Joe Rish.
The state was represented by J.
Frank Adams and his assistant,
Paul Griffith.
Judge Fitzpatrick released Hen-
derson in the preliminary hearing
before the trial Tuesday after not-
ing that no testimony from several
state witnesses linked the defend-
ant with the alleged missing funds.
The Judge noted the accessibility
to the cash drawer at City Hall by
four other city employes at the
time the apparent shortage was dis-
covered but stressed this does not
cast the least bit of reflection on
the honesty of these employes.
Henderson was charged with the
embezzlement charge by the State
of Florida in August of last year
and has been under $1,000 bond
since that time.
The only state witness to testify,
that she had observed Henderson
take a specific amount of money
from the cash drawer, was Mrs.
Ruth Hammond, a secretary-book-
keeper in the-cityoffice. Mrs. Ham-
mond testified that she saw the
defendant remove a $20.00 bill
from the drawer, but had no way
of knowing what the money was
used for, nor if the clerk-auditor
replaced the money.
Witnesses testified that several
ledger stubs and cashier's coupons
representing payments of water
bills were discovered in a garbage
can in the rear of the city hall, but
none could say how they got there.
Mrs. Hammond also testified that
Henderson had told her in 1961
that "somebody is stealing the city
blind." She said that Henderson
had taken money from the cash
drawer on several occasions,- but
could not verify amounts or state
what the money was used for.
The State entered no further
charges against Henderson.

Auto Accident Damages
Two Cars Last Thursday
Robert D. Sidwell rammed his
automobile into the side of an au-
to being driven by Miss Jo Ann
Lapeyrouse last Thursday night on
Long Avenue, according to local
police reports.
According to the report, Sidwell
was traveling North of Long Ave
nue at approximately 55 miles pei
hour in a 25 mile zone with a red
light flashing on his car. He was
apparently going to a fire, since
the city fire siren had blown short
ly before the accident.
Sidwell attempted to pass the
other vehicle as it turned into 13th
Street and struck the car in the lef
front door. Occupants of the car
were M i s s Lapeyrouse, Lind;
Tharpe, Fran Robbins, Carla Her
ring, Mary Carolyn Lyons, all teen
age girls. No injuries were report
ed.
No charges were made by the
police department other than mark
ing the license of Miss Lapeyrouse
for "making an improper turn".

MOTHER OF MRS. CULPEPPER
PASSES AWAY MARCH 17
Funeral services for Mrs. Mami
H. Carter, age 84, mother of Mr,
J. C. Culpepper, who died Sunda3
March 17, were held Mondal
March 18 at 3:00 p.m. at the Tool
Brothers Funeral Home chapel wit
the Rev. Frank T. Anderson, pa:
tor of the First Baptist Church c
Bradenton, officiating.
Burial was in the Manasota Cen
etery.


Memorial Marker

To Be Unveiled
Mrs. Ned S. Porter of the Gulf
County Historical Commission re-
vealed this week that a memorial
marker for one of the old city -of
St. Joseph cemeteries has been re-
ceived by that organization and
will be dedicated with appropriate
ceremonies on April 4.
Ceremonies will be held at 5:00
p.m. with City and County Con-
noi-- ns, Park Service representa-
tives and other dignitaries on hand
for the dedication.
Ralph Hager, Director of In.for-
mation and Education of the Flor-
ida Paik Service will be the guest
speaker.
Special guests at the program
will be members of the St. Joseph
Historical Society and the ,;ulf
County Historical Commission, who
have been instrumental in securing
the marker.
Tbis will be the first of a ,cries
of historical markers that will 'he
placed throughout Gulf County dur-
ing the coming months.
The public is invited to attend
this unveiling ceremonies which
will be held at the old cemetery
site on Garrison Avenue.

College Choral Group
Sets Concert Here
The Southeastern Bible College
in Birmingham, Alabama, features
a fixed quartet and pianist of top-
quality talent. They will render
several numbers to thrill your
hearts and bless your souls with
extraordinary Gospel music on Fri-
day evening, March 29, at 7:30
p.m., at the High School Building.
The speaker for the evening will
be the Rev. Lynwood Bowdoin, gra-
duate of the Dallas Theological
Seminary and now on the faculty
ot Southeastern.
This unusual opportunity is avail
able without admission under the
sponsorship of Faith Bible Church
of Port St. Joe.

Foggy Windows Cause
Two Car Collision
Automobiles driven by Nora
Catherine Duren and Linda Alline
Price collided at the corner of 20th
Street and Monument Avenue Mon-
day morning about 9:30 a.m., ac-
cording to local police.
Investigating officers noted that
the Duren car's windows were fog-
Sged over and the driver pulled out
in, front of the Price auto, causing
some $800.00 damages to both au-
tos.
c Neither driver was hurt and no
Charges were filed.


Fred O. (Bud) Dickenson addresses a meeting of
Port St. Joe civic clubs gathered to honor John T. Simp-


son, local Scoutmaster.


(Star photos)


large Crowd Honors Simpson


'Rev. Smith Speaks

To Kiwanis Club

"Americans are responsible to
God for their Stewardship of their
money", Rev. C. Byron Smith told
the Kiwanis Club Tuesday at neon.
"A "anA- nlman


Fred 0. Dickenson Tells of

Activities of "Council of 100"


Scoutmaster John T. Simpson
was signally honored by the civic
clubs of Port St. Joe last Friday
night in the Centennial Building
for his 22 years as Scoutmaster to
the Port St. Joe Scout Troop and
for his many other civic activities
with various clubs throughout the
city.
Some 275 persons were on hand
to honor Simpson and devour a
seafood dinner, served up by the
Port St. Joe Jaycees.
Tribute was paid to Simpson by
Woodrow Wilson, president of the
Gulf Coast District, Boy Scouts of
America; George Anchors, presi-
dent of the Kiwanis Club; Law-
rence Bowen, first vice-president
of the Lions Club; B. Roy Gibson,
president of the Chamber of Com-
merce, Tom Ford, President of the
Jaycees and James T. McNeill,
chairman of the awards and resolu-
tions committee of the Port St. Joe
Rotary Club, sponsors of the Boy
Scouts.
Wilson pointed out that Simpson
has upheld the values of Scouting
to the boys of Port St. Joe and has
helped to mold them into leaders.
"The name John Simpson is almost
synonomous with Scouting in Port
St. Joe", he said.
Simpson is a holder of the Sil-
ver Beaver, the highest adult
Scouting award given for service.
Simpson has also been instru-
mental in staging Kiwanis Min-
strels, Lions Club talent shows,
womanless weddings, Boy Scout
circuses and many other events to
help various civic clubs to raise
money for their activities.
Featured Speaker
The featured speaker for the eve-
ning was Fred 0. (Bud) Dickenson,
Chairman of the Council of 100 of
the State of Florida, who told of
some of the activities of this coun-
cil in building Florida and its econ-
omy.
The Council is made up of 100


civic leaders throughout Florida
who finance their own activities to
try and ",all ~lria" wo avenues
of capital improvements for the
StaLe of Fnrida
The scope of activities of the
group has covered the gamut from
securing TV time in all of the ma-
jor countries of Europe, free, to
show a film boosting Florida and
its citrus projects to securing 46
new industries for Florida last
year and wooing tourists for the
state from California to Maine.
"We are wooing tourists with
common courtesy", the speaker
said. He reported that over $200,-
000,000 in sales tax items were pur-
chased by tourists in Florida last
year.
Speaking on the education pic-
ture of Florida, Dickenson report-
ed that his Council has raised the
money to conduct an unbiased stu-
dy of Florida educational needs
and recommendations for improve-
ments.
The speaker said that the new
era of space is putting our educa-
tional system behind the times.
Florida can gain more than any
other state in the union if we pro-
vide the training necessary to pro-
vide technicians for the growing
space operations in the state.
He stated that nearly half of the
space expenditures last year were
made in California, because they
have invested heavily in education
upgrading to provide labor neces-
sary for this highly technical op-
eration.
The speaker closed by stating
that America's former wars were
won by muscle power, but that our
future depends on developing our
brain power, and that Florida must
set the pace, if she is to have her
place in the sun.

ATTEND PTA


Boy Scout Fund

Drive, Undrway


As long as Amuericans continue tou Gulf County's Boy Scout fund
spend God's money at the rate of drive got underway Monday morn-
$5 billion a year on gambling; ing with a breakfast for team cap-
$5 billion a year on alcohol and tains who will oversee the canvass
"tip" God's churches at the rate ing of Port St. Joe and area for
of only $3.5 billion a year, we can funds. Leroy Bowdoin is chairman
expect economic crisis." he said. of the drive this year.
The Baptist minister told the Ki- On hand for the breakfast were
wanians that the Bible plainly Scouters Harvey Yarbrough of
warns that those who rob God will Pensacola and Bob Walton of Pan-
be cursed, but that those who give ama City. Bill Fields, district fi-
God his due will receive a blessing nance drive chairman of Panama
such that they will not be able to City explained the Gulf Coast Coun-
receive. "This goes for Protestants, cil budget of $91,000 to the work-
Catholics and Jews alike", the ers. Fields stated that it takes ap.
speaker said. proximately $10.00 per Scout to


Smith pointed out the hand of
God on such things as crop-killing
droughts, freezes, storms, etc., as
the hand of God against those who
would rob God. He declared that
if this nation continues to rob God
then it will fall, just as other civili-
zations have done,
Smith charged that we as individ-
uals and as a nation, "should live
our lives honestly with God."
Guests of the club were Jimmy
Goodman and David Young from
the Port St. Joe High School and
Al Cook of Panama City.


Anchor Found In Bay Dated To Old

St. Joseph Days By Hobbyist


According to' an amateur his-
torian of Apalachicola, the old
anchor found and removed from
St. Joseph Bay last Wednesday
is definitely dated as being in
the old St. Joseph era, accord-
ing to Mrs. Ned S. Porter.
The old anchor was located
by the "Three Sisters" shrimp
trawler, operated by M. C. Wood
about a half mile from the shore
of St. Joseph Bay off Patton's Ba-
you. According to Wood, the an-
chor was found in 18 feet of wa-
ter.
The entire anchor was encrust-
ed with bryzoa, which is a soft
sandstone-like substance and was
mixed with astrea equestria, a
shell animal which attaches itself
to underwater objects. The pres-
ence of these two substances on
the anchor would indicate that
it had been in the water for
more than 100 years.
There was some conjecture
that the anchor may have come
from a barge which went on
ground in this area during a big
storm in the 20's.
The fluke, shank, chain, ring,
gravity band and crown were all
intact on the anchor. The stock


is missing, and was possibly made
of wood which rotted away.
Wood has not yet made up his
mind what he will do with the
anchor. Members of the St. Jos-
eph Historical Society have asked
for it, to be placed in the vicin-
ity of the Constitution Park Mu-
seum.


operate the Council for a year.
No goal has been set for Gulf
County according to Bowdoin, but
he has hopes of bettering last
year's fund drive which took in
slightly over $1,000.00.


Youths Arrested

On Theft Charges
Two young teen-age boys were
arrested by the Gulf County Sher-
iff's Department Tuesday and put
in the County jail, charged with
breaking and entering.
The boys were picked up for
breaking into the St. Joe Ice Com-
pany and taking some $6.00 in
change.
The boys admitted to breaking
into the St. Joe Ice Company on
four occasions and taking small bits
of money found lying around. Own-
ers of the company had not missed
the previous thefts.
The two young boys-one about
13 and the other around 15-have
also admitted to a series of other
breaking and entering acts around
the City of Port St. Joe.


Twenty-one high school bands
have officially entered the annual
Sixth' District Florida Bandmas-
ter's Association contest, according
to Herman Dean, local bandmaster.
The contest will be held in Port St.
Joe on Saturday, April 6.
These bands will bring approxi-
mately 1500 band students, chaper-
ones, and directors to Port St. Joe
for the event. Some will be arriv-
ing Friday night for the event.
Nine adjudicators will officiate
and award ratings for all contest-
ing units and individuals. The rat-
ings are: Superior, Excellent, Good,
Average and Below Average.
The day will be a bee-hive of mu-
sical activity with some 172 events
to be judged during the contest
period.
All events are open to the pub-
lic without charge with the excep-
tion of the sight reading contest
and the marching show Saturday
night. The marching show will be
held on the football field of the
Port St. Joe High School beginning
,t ":.00 p.m. An admission of $1.00
for adults and 50c for students will
be charged. Sight reading contests
will be closed to the public.
Concert contests will begin in
the High School Gymnasium at
7:30 a.m. with the Port St. Joe
High School band taking the open-
ing half hour. Bands will play on
half hour intervals until noon and
begin again at 1:00 p.m. and con-
tinue until 6:30 p.m.
A complete schedule of bands
and their playing time will be pub-
lished in next week's issue of The
Star.

HIGH SCHOOL PTA
WILL MEET TONIGHT
The Port St. Joe High School
PTA will meet tonight at 8:00 p.m.
in the High School Auditorium.
The Senior Honor Society will
have charge of the program.


County Seeks More Information On Jail Condition


Talk of banking of surplus coun- -ail which could probably be re- Burford Equipment Company of
ty money, what to do about the worked, and a few rusty bars, which Marianna for $8,622.00.
county jail and selecting two bids could probably be repaired with The Leary Owens Company of
was the order of business for the only a little effort, but no inklings
County Commission Tuesday night of whether or which of these items Montgomery, Ala., was the low bid-
in Wewahitchka. has caused the word to come down der at $8,591.00, but the Commis-
The County has been told by the has not been made to the Commis- sion decided not to purchase his
State Prison Commission, through sion. machine since his specifications
Sheriff Parker, that the Gulf coun- The Board decided Tuesday night listed the machine at 76 brake
ty jail is unfit to house prisoners, to write the Prison Commisison horsepower with 59 useable horse-
This brought about plans to talk and get their complaints first hand power. The bid specifications call-
about "what to do" Tuesday night. before making any move about ed for a stleast 70 horsepower. It
But nothing was decided, making any remedies. was felt by the Board that the low
Still no definite word has come Bids Let bid did not meet specifications, so
down from the Prison Commission The Commission voted to buy a purchased the next low bid.
as to just what needs to be don" to road roller for their paving opera- The Board voted to purchase 1,-
make the jail habitable. tions Tuesday night and voted to 500 barrels of cement from the St.
There is faulty plumbing in the purchase a diesel machine from the Joe Hardware Company of Port St.


Joe at $5.24 a barrel. The cement whether or not the county must
is for paving two short streets in leave the money in the bank for
Oak Grove and several streets in a full year before drawing interest.
the Beatty Subdivision in White McDaniel stated that he did not
City. know.


Money Talk The Clerk was instructed to ques-
It was brought up by Commis- tion both banks in the county as
sioner James McDaniel that the to their offer of interest on this
county had some $112,250.65 on money and investigate whether or
time deposit in the Wcwahitchka not the county can put the money
State Bank drawing 1% per annum in federal savings institutions and
interest, payable quarterly. McDan- to ask if Citizens' Federal would
iel reported that the Florida Na- accept the money for deposit. This
tional Bank at Port St. Joe had of- information is to be reported to the
feared to pay 2% per annum on Board at the next meeting.
this money. The money is recallable by the
The question was raised as to county at any time.


Port St. Joe Mayor Frank Hannon, nial Building last Friday night. The pla-
(left above) is shown presenting a bronze que was signed by all of the civic clubs
plaque to John T. Simpson at the Centen- and the Boy Scout Troop of Port St. Joe.

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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, #a. THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1. LbHammock Hosts

Annual Meeting of WSCS District Eta Upsilon Meet
Conference Slated for April Second Eta Upsilon members of Beta
Sigma Phi met in the home of Mrs.
-Lib Hammock for their regular
The 23rd annual meeting of the rho Ventured Much and Far", and meeting with Mrs. Hammock and
Woman's Society of Christian Ser. "Forgiving Forgiven". Mrs. Gladys Brown as hostesses.
vice of the Alabama-West Florida Miss Nola Smee, a deaconess, The meeting was opened by
Conference of the Metho dist was graduated from National Col- Gladys Brown president, who also
Church will be held in the First lege in Kansas City and received led the group in repeating the op-
Methodist Church in Panama City, her M. A. degree from Northwest- ening ritual in unison.
April 2 through 4. The theme for ern University. She has done short
this conference is "In Witness and term study at Kansas College, Pea- During the business session, the
Service". body College and Scarritt College roll was called with everyone hold-
Registration begins at 11:00 a.m. and at Princess Alice College in ing up a drawing that was done by
Registrat 12:00 noon coffee will be England. She is at present work- herself The minutes of the pre-
and at 12:00 noonfficrs, delegates and ing at the Centenary Methodist vious meeting was read by Sam-
served to officers, egaCenter in Nashville, Tenn. my Dean, recording secretary. The
guess. Mrs. Corliss V. Hanson of Pana. treasurer's report was given by
Speakers for this conference will ma City and a Missionary to Africa Pauline McGill Both reports were
be Mrs. E. L. Glossbrenner, presi- will also be a speaker, approved by the group.
dent of Southeastern- Jurisdiction Tuesday evening a pageant, "A The nominating committee pre-
of Woman's Society. Mrs. Gloss- Gospel to Live" honoring the 75th sented their report which named
brenner has held numerous offices anniversary of Deaconess Move- Carol Rish as president; Greta
in the Virginia Woman's Society ments in the United States. The Freeman, vice-president; Dolores
and while serving as Conference communion offering will go to Lud- Cox recording secretary; Sara
Cecxetary of Promotion was elected hiana Christian Medical College, Peters, corresponding secretary;
secretary of Missionary Education Punjab, India, Retha Freeman, treasurer; Pauline
for the Southeastern Jurisdiction. All officers and members of the McGill, extension officer; Flo Mad-
In 1961 Mrs. Glossbrenner was Woman's Society of Christian Ser- dox, civil defense. There were no
elected president of the same body vice are urged to attend this con- nominations from the floor.
of churchwomen, within -nine ference."
Southeastern states. In this capa- An interesting program was pre-
city she serves as a member-at- sented by Pauline McGill and Flo
large of the Woman's Division of A Youth Maddox based on pictures. The
the Board of Missions. She is also M tv *u* I l meeting was closed with the clos-
a member of the Board of Trustees TO A L F ing ritual,
of Ferrum Junior College, Ferrum, TO aSh CarS A social hour followed.
Va., and of Pfeiffer College, Misem- I
heimer, N. C. The Intermediate Youth Fellow-
Dr. E. Clayton Calhoun, presi- ship of the First Methodist Church ing lot to the rear of the church.
dent of Paine College Augusta, will have a car wash Saturday, Cars will be washed for $1.00
Ga., will also be one othbe princi- March 30, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 and the proceeds will be used to
pal speakers. He has, ipne much p.m. pay the Methodist Youth Fellow-
writing among whichI' 'tf Men Cars will be washed on the park- ship Fund.









IN THE EAS 1EIR PARADE


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Six forest fires which were de-
liberately set were under control
in Bay County near Bayou George,
north of Panama City late last
week. Three of the fires were set
along Highway 77-A between Nehi
and the Deer Point Dam.
More than 600 acres of well
stocked timber land was severely
damaged. "Fanned by a twenty-five
mile wind and burning through 50
to 60 foot tall timber made the sup-
pression work difficult," said Dis-
trict Forester Smith. He said the
fire jumped across Bayou George
Creek and spotted across plowed
fire lines,
At one time, five suppression
units were in serious danger. Out-
standing work and back firing by
fire fighters saved the equipment
from destruction.
According to the Forest Service,
one transport truck was seriously
burned.
A 480 acre woods fire was halt-
ed in Gulf County Thursday af-
ternoon. The burn was on the
Jimmy McNeill property at In-
dian Pass and was also fanned by
high winds. Florida Forest Ser-
vice and St. Joe Paper Company
fire fighters battled the raging
fire for'more than eight hours.
One Forest Service tractor was
burned over. Forest Service Ran-
gery W. C. Neel jumped from the
equipment and ran to safety.
The Port St. Joe Fire De-
partment was called to action to
provide protection for threaten-
ed buildings in the area.
The Coast Guard unit stationed
at Cape San Bias also aided in
the fire fighting operation, '
Twenty-six separate forest fires
burned more than 1,200 acres of
timberland in the ten northwest
counties. Suppression units of the
Forest Service, International Paper
Company, St. Joe Paper Company,
and other land owners were in ac-
tion against the fires.
"Since January 1, the ten north-
west counties have had 757 separ-
ate woods fires, burning over 10,-
000 acres of timberland", Smith
said.
Everyone is urged to be extreme-
ly careful with burning of any
kind. Fire can easily escape on
high windy days. For assistance,
call the Gulf County Florida Forest
Service. "


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8C-Franklin Skinner, Tommy
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8D-Peggy White, Kathy Weeks,
John Maddox and Wayne Pate.
8E-Larry Byrd, Bobby Ellzey,
Boyd Merritt and Vickie McGill.
9A-Michelle Anchors, Karen
, Stripling, Sherry White, David
I Jones and Billy Smith.
9B-Ann Belin.
9C-Jacque Price.
9D-Billy Antley, Joan Fite, Bar-
bara Lewis and Pat White.
10A-Wayne Braxton, Sandra
Lee, Linda Lester, Paula Lovett
and Marie Rhames.
10B-Billy Wager, Ronnie Borde-
,lon and Linda Dykes,
10C-Charles Thomas, Frann
Gunn and Phyllis Smith.
O1D-Bobby Guilford, David Mc-
Cormick, Celia Creech and Connie
Jackson.
11A-Forrest VanCamp, Douglas
Hallman, Ellis Stevens, Dennis
White and Sandra Baxley.
11B-Dexter Atkinson and Albert
Gentry.
11C-Sandra Bass, Sue Parker,
Kathleen Smith and Leon Hobbs.
12A-Mabel Stone, Buddy Ken-
nington and Harry Brewton.
12B-Bill Fite, Pat McCormick,
Bettie Patterson, Sharon Robertson,
Barbara Whitfield and Margaret
Player.


SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY


Rosalind Natalie Karl
RUSSELL WOOD MALDEN


COMING SOON


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High School Honor

Roll Is Listed
Principal Leroy Bowdoin has re-
leased the names of students mak-
ing the fourth six weeks honor
roll at the Port St. Joe High School
this week.
Those students making the nec-
essary high grades to qualify for
the honor roll are as follows:
IALL 'A' HONOR ROLL
8B-Cherry White and Phyllis
Miles.
8D-Rod Bowdoin.
8E-Rainey Fendley.
9A-Jake Belin.
9B-Robin Downs.
9C-Dennis Dawson.
10C-Bobby Antley.
11B-Kenneth Dykes.
11C-Myron Merritt.
'A' and 'B' HONOR ROLL
7A-Jennifer Stafford and Jan
Stripling.
7B-Larry Cox and Rita Faulk.
7C-Margaret Fendley, Jo Ann
Haney and Jerry Nichols.
7D-Fred Anderson and Becky


FRIDAY and SATURDAY


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I I These Specials Good

Wednesday thru Tuesday MARCH 27,28,29,30-April 1,2


The Country Boys Have Moved to


Town


The Country Boys Brought Prices Down!


Our 18th Birthday


-- Free Samples


SUPREME ICE CREAM
and PEPSI-COLAS
FRIDAY and SATURDAY


Proten Best
Sirloin Steak


Ib. 73c


Tender
Cube Steak ea. 9c
Proten Best
No. 7 Steak lb. 49c


Proten
flalmonukion


b.. S1.09


W *- U. =-= W W- --- -- -
PROTEN BEST
BONELESS NEW YORKS lb. 89c
PROTEIN BEST ROUND STEAK lb. 79c
Proten Perfect Trimmed
RIB EYE or TENDERLOINS lb. $1.59
ALL MEAT STEW Ib. 69c
BRISKET STEW BEEF 5 Ibs. $1.00
PLENTY MEAT RIB STEW lb. 39c
I Compare These PRICES and QUALITY
I "They Can't Be Beat!"
CENTER CUT FRESH PORK CHOPS lb. 49c
SLICED FREE
WHOLE PORK LOIN lb. 45c
FRESH PORK BRAINS lb. 29c
FIRST CUT
CURED PORK CHOPS lb. 45c
Frosty Morn Old Smoky SAUSAGE lb. 59c
OUR BEST FIRST CUT
SLAB BACON lb. 23c Sabe b.29c
Meaty HAM HOCKS 3 lbs. $1.00
Register's WEINERS 31bs. $1.00
SMOKED LINK SAUSAGE 3 Ibs. $1.00
Plenty Meat PORK BACKBONE lb. 45c


GEORGIA GRADE "B" WHOLE


FRYERS


LB


24C


FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE
EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT TIL 9 P.M.
OUR STORE WILL BE OPEN
Husband and Wife are Urged To Come Compare Prices!
BOTTLE
Pepsi-Colas Sc
DIAMOND BLUE RIBBON
PAPER NAPKINS box 10c
GIANT SIZE (REG. 79c)
FAB 69c
ALL BRANDS
CANNED SOFT DRINKS can 10c
MAYFIELD NO. 303 Can

CORN 10c
PILLSBURY Yellow, White, Chocolate, Devils Food
CAKE MIXES 3 boxes $1.00
BARKER'S
CORN MEAL 5 lbs. 29c
ROBIN HOOD 25 LB. BAG

Flour $1.98
Pillsbury Canned Delight Swift's Stick
Biscuits 0 LE 0 BUTTER
4 cans 37c 2 lbs. 29c lb. 69c
1 Dozen Ga. Grade 'A" LARGE


FREE EGGS
WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE


OVER 10 TONS (20,000 Pounds) OF FRESH PRODUCE
SOLD HERE EACH WEEK -- ONE BIG TRUCK LOAD
HAS TO GO TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY ONE BIG
TRUCK LOAD HAS TO GO THURSDAY and FRIDAY
NO. 1 IRISH 10 LBS.

Potatoes 29c
BEST FLAVOR VINE RIPE UB.

Tomatoes 15c

FRESH ORANGES \ 29
or LEMONS doz.
GARDEN FRESH
FRESH STRAWBERRIES 3 pts. $1.00
WHITE N

ONIONS 2 25c
SWEET WESTERN
Fresh CANTALOUPES 4 for $1.00
GARDEN FRESH BUTTER BEANS or
BLACKEYE PEAS lb. 29c
FRESH CORN 8 ears 39c
Cucumbers and Bell Peppers 4 for 19c
SINGLE BANANAS pound 10c
10 VARIETIES
FROZEN VEGETABLES 6 pkgs. $1.00


Apalachee Bay Breaded 10 Oz. Pkg. Fresh Frozen


S H R I M P
59c


SCALLOPS
49 c


OYSTERS
49c


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Friday Nite

Sale Specials


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1963_
mm AImIMW Nw


Last week Ed Woods was accused of murdering the HIGH FOOD PRICES. Yesterday, after being questioned for five days, he finally confessed and implicated
three others, the Produce Man and two Stock Clerks. After several hours of rubbr hose treatment, they also confessed and named several more who helped murder
HIGH FOOD PRICES.
The accused employees of WOOD'S DISCOUNT FOODLINER want you to prove that Mr. HIGH FOOD PRICES is dead in their supermarket even though he is very much
alive in other supermarkets under the alias of Stamps, Coupons and Gimmicks. They ask you to check and compare these prices with other supermarkets for you may
be on the jury that has to pass judgement on WOOD'S DISCOUNT FOODLINER.
They also wish to CAUTION you not to be MISLED by claims of other supermarkets that they are underselling WOOD'S DISCOUNT FOODLINER with a weak price
comparison of 15 or 20 weekend specials. Several prices were incorrect, in spite of their weekend specials, WOODS was still underselling them.
COMPARE aur prices, they sure beat LICKIN' STAMPS.

OUR EVERYDAY PRICES, NOT WEEKEND SPECIALS


MAXWELL HOUSE EVERYDAY LOW PRICE!
COFFEE TnLb.
lFFE Tin 5


9c


ARMOUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICE!
TR T12
TREET Oz.
lllOZ.


JELLIED CHERRY


41c


SAUCE


Can
!. \\


10c


Armour WITH BEANS Tall Can
CHILI 29c
Armour Corned 12 Oz. Can
B EEr E49c


20 Lb. Sack
CHARCOAL 99c
Bama STRAWBERRY 18 Oz. Glass
PRESERVES 47c


IGA Chunk V2 Size
TUNA 25c
Kraft Barbecue 18 Oz. Bottle
SAUCE 33c


California Rose Bowl Tall Can
MACKEREL


14c


IGA Pint Jar
Mayonnaise


Stokely Sliced 303 Can
Sliced BEETS c


29c


White House 303 Ca
an 14c APPLE SAUCE


B and B 3 Oz.
MUSHROOMS can 33c


ITEMS DRASTICALLY REDUCED
ITEMS DRASTICALLY REDUCED


Welch 24 Oz.
Grape JUICE


bottle 35 c


Sunsweet
Prune JUICE


Pal 32 Oz. Jar
Peanut BUTTER


n
can 14c
qt. 39c
jar 59c


French's 24 Oz. Bottle
MUSTARD


Bonus Special
GRADE "A" IN CARTONS


EGGS


Doz.


SCOTT

TI ISSUE


11e


JOHNSON PLEDGE WAX 14 oz. can $1.39
PERFECTION RICE 31 b. pkg. 33c
ZEST SOAP bath size bar 15c
JUMBO SCOTT TOWELS roll 29c


KOTEX SANITARY NAPKINS


box of 12's


29c


DIXIE BELLE LB. BOX

Saltines


19c


Campbell's
CHICKEN SOUP tall can 17 c
Pillsbury or Betty Crocker Layer
CAKE MIXES box 33c
PANDA EXTRA WHITE 10 LB. BAG
FLOUfJR 79c


HEINZ Hamburger or Hot Dog 11 Oz.

Relish 27c
National Biscuit
VANILLA WAFERS 12 oz. 33c
Parkay
MAR GARINE lb. 25c
[GA Pink Lotion Liquid Large Size
Detergent 39c


BELL
PEPPERS

RADISHES
VINE RIPE FANCY

Tomatoes


4PODS


BAG


2


CARTONS


19c

5c


29c


WE HAVE FRESH SHELLED PEAS
PORT ST. JOE,
FLORIDA
Quantity Rights Reserved
No Sale To Dealers
Prices Good
SMarch 27, 28 and 29


THE BEST MEAT IN TOWN
"Eat The Best for Less" Tablerite Means "Choice"
TABLERITE MEATS ARE CHOICE MEATS


STEAK


CHUCK ROAST


GROUND
IGA Tablerite
SIRLOIN STEAK Ib
Extra Fancy
GROUND CHUCK II


BEEF


Lb.
Lb.
3Lbs.


Muchmore Breakfast
i. 79c SLICED BACON
Brisket
i. 69c STEW BEEF


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49c
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THIS IS A "JUMBO" SAMPLE of an educational folder which will be distributed to
thousands of Florida families during the annual April Educational and Fund-Raising Cru-
sade of the American Cancer Society. It was pre-viewed by Governor Farris Bryant when
he issued an official Proclamation declaring April as Cancer Control Month throughout the
State. Present at the informal ceremony were: (left to right) Governor Bryant; Mrs. Fred
W. Kibilka, Quincy, representing Florida's 65,000 Crusade volunteers; Mrs. H. Eugene Bass,
Tallahassee, represents the more than 1,300,000( mcri;::-:n. cured of cancer. James (Jimmy)
Kynes, executive assistan-t t, the G:-.-crnor. iv th.: 1963 volunteer State Crusade Chairman.
Governor Brya nt served in t, i "1 ,-.-: i i)-1).t


Proclamation


STATE OF FLORIDA
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT


TALLAHASSEE
WHEREAS, the President of


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Bartell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastmr
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .............----- 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ----........ 7:30 p.m.
"Come ,and Worship God With Us"
- -

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th


Prayer Service (Wednesday) .- 7:45 P.M.
Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Joel S. McGraw, Pastor
Comfortably Air-Conditloned


the United States, by direction
of an Act of Congress, has pro-
claimed April as Cancer Control
Month, and
WHEREAS, 1963 has been des-
ignated as THE YEAR OF THE
VOLUNTEER, by the American
Cancer Society, to pay tribute to
the more than 65,000 men and
women in Florida and the 2,-
000,000 throughout the nation,
who have dedicated themselves
to the fight against cancer, and
WHEREAS, THE YEAR OF
THE VOLUNTEER serves to em-
phasize how these dedicated peo-
ple have helped to bring prog-
ress in cancer control, evidenced
by the fact that in 1963 more
than 1,300,000 Americans are
alive and well, five years after
attacks from cancer, while in
1937 the figure stood at 160,000,
and
WHEREAS, cancer is still tak-
ing the lives of more than 8,300
fellow Floridians, and
WHEREAS, to speed the final
victory over cancer, the Ameri-
can Cancer Society must intensi-
fy its efforts to bring life-saving
facts to the public, to improve
the care of the cancer patient,
and to accelerate its cancer re-
search programs,
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Farris
Bryant, by virtue of the authority
vested in me as Governor of the


facts about paper


pulp and


paper


mills are located in 47 states 1,153 cities and ti

and require the knowledge and skills of 600,000 emp










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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. -
THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1963
State of Florida, do hereby pro-
claim April, 1963, as
CANCER CONTROL MONTH
in Florida, and urge that every
citizen of our State observe this
month through increased support
of the American Cancer Society
by learning the facts about can-
cer that are vital to personal pro-
tection from this disease.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and
caused the Great Seal of the
State of Florida to be affixed at
Tallahassee ,the Capital, this 6th
day of March, A. D., 1963.
(SEAL)
/s/ FARRIS BRYANT,
Governor.
ATTEST:
/s/ TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State

Three Local
Students On
FSU Dean's List
TALLAHASSEE-Florida State
University this week announced
the Deans' List for the first tri-
mester, containing the names of
undergraduate students with the
best academic record during the
tcimester.
To make the Deans' List students
must have carried 12 or more tri-
raester hours of work and in most
divisions must have made a grade
average of 3.0 (B) or higher. Stu-
dents in the College of Arts and
Sciences had to make an average
of 3.25 and those in the School of
Nursing 3.5.
Students on the Deans' List from
Gulf County were Coral L. Arm-
strong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Karl Armstrong; Judith Bland
'ensom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul S. Fensom, and Michaele A.
Thompson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Geddie.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Scott Ever-
ette, wishes to thank their many
friends for all acts of kindness
shown during his illness and pass-
ing.
May God bless each of you.


CLASSIFIED ADS
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This message by ST. JOE PAPER COMPANY, Port St. Joe, Florida,

in behalf of the Pulp, Paper and Paperboard Industry.


I


100 PlaidStamps
WITH THIS COUPON AND
PURCHASE of $5.00 OR MORE
Redeemable only at A&P Stores giving Plaid
Stamps in Florida, Georgia or South Carolina
Simit nne coupnnn ner adult customer


Jax. 3-30-63 Coupon good thru March 31


"Super Rite" ame Quality HEAVY

-f


FULL CUT
BO NELESS


ROUND


Lb.


79c


ALLGOOD BRAND SLICED

BACON

1 Lb37
Pkg.

ANN PAGE TOMATO
SOUP


10% Oz.
Cans


49c


WESTERN BEEF


-25 Extra s,, 25 Ext2a
% V PfSlaid i g 'S ^Plaid Slamp
With This Coupon & Purchase of With This Coupon & Purchase of
SAnn Page Italian-8 Oz. Bottle WhiteHouse Non-Fat Dry, 8 Qt.
Dressing bot. 25c q Instant Milk pkg. 63c
Coupon good thru March 31 Coupon good thru March 31
J-3-30 J--0

Brion Brothers

VIENNA SAUSAGE 3Cans 39c
Nabisco Ritz 12 Oz.
CRACKERS 3 for $1
FRESH RED Lays Twin Pak
Potato Chips 59c
e tI AL Iorton's Frozen -- 8 Oz.
noiI POT PIES 4 for 89c


Oti dVUWI I WO


3 Pts. 1



JANE PARKER PEACH or BLACKBERRY


PIES


1/2 Lbs.3 9 C
Each


SpM- market


Lipton /4 Lb.
TEA 45c
Lipton 12 Family Size
TEA BAGS 49c
Holloway House Stuffed
Green Peppers 63c
Snow's 15 oz.
Fish Chowder 59c
Pillsbury
FLOUR 10 lbs. $1.09
All Flavors 46 Oz.
DRINKS 3 for $1.00
Instant Sanka
COFFEE 5 oz. 99c
Sioux Bee
HONEY lb. 41c
Betty Crocker
BISQUICK lb., 4 oz. 27c
Lustre Cream
SHAMPOO 7 oz. $1.00
Borden's Flake 8 oz.
Gem Rolls 2 for 49c
Detergent 15c off label)
SURF 3 lbs., 2 oz. 64c
Gerber's Strained
BABY FOOD 10 jars 99c


Prices in this ad are good through
SATURDAY, MARCH 30
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


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Consistent Saving, Day by Day, Proves It
These are Festi-Value days at Jitney Jngle-and BIG BARGAINS are bursting ou
all over our market .. Yes, Spring is H ERE-here in our displays of fine foods to
give a touch of springtime freshness to your menus-so rush the season. Rush to
Jitney Jungle and stock up on your favorite foods-priced for a SPRING SONG o
SAVINGS-A cart full of buys, full and plenty values to help economize.
Fresh Dressed & Drawn
Ga. Grade 'A' Whole
FRYERS lb.


F


BALLARDS Plain or Self Rising


FLOUR


PILLSBURY White, Yellow, Devil's Food
CAKE MIX 3 pkgs. $*1
NABISCO PREMIUM
Crackers lb. box 29c


WATFR MAID


RICE


3 1b. pkg. 39c


INMAN FREESTONE No. 2V'/ Can
PEACHES can 21 C
KUDOS 12 Oz.
Corned Beef can 39c


FLA. GRADE 'A' MEDIUM
EG GS 3 doz. $1.00


5


LBS.


49c


GREEN GIANT 303 Can
Green PEAS can 19c
KRAFT'S
All Purpose Oil qt. 55c
KRAFT'S
Corn Oil Oleo lb. 33 C
MARCAL 80 Count
Paper Napkins 11c
STOKELY'S 46 Oz. Can
Tomato Juice can 33c


JIM DANDY


51b. bag 33c


BALLARDS or PILLSBURY

BISCUITS o= fo 8c

Waldorf Bakerite

T TOILET TISSUE E SH ORTENING
3 Pound A 4
Roll Pkg. C
Limit 1 with $5.00 Order or More
Folger's Mountain Grown All Purpose Detergent

COFFEE TIDE
Pound Large
Can Package d1 C

Gold Note FROZEN SPECIALS -
0 LE 0 2 Ibs. 29c Morton's

FRUIT PIES

Apple, Peach, Cherry and
Cocoanut 8 inch Size


r [ICE
Large Sunkist
LEM ONS doz. 19, c F

Carton Fresh
TOMATOES ctn. 15c
Check Thursday's Panama City
Yellow Large Ears NEWS and HERALD
Fresh CORN 6 ears 35c For COUPONS Worth 410
Fresh CORN 6ears 35c Free Grand Prize Stamps


-- AALL THESE SAVINGS PLUS GRAND PRIZE STAMPS
PRICES IN THIS AD GOOD MARCH 28, 29 and 30 Port St. Joe, Fla.


Dubuque's All Pork Roll
Sausage lb.
Dubuque's Fine Beef
Brisket lb.
Dubuque Tender Sliced Beef
LIVER lb
Swift's Top Quality
StreakQ-L.ean
White Meat lb.
ALL MEAT

BEEF STEW


Pat


SUPPORT YOUR RED CROSS


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARC

Sixty-Two Forest Fires Suppressec
Gulf County Fire Fighters in 1962
( "Gulf County fire fighters sup- ity benefits were nevw
pressed 62 fires in Gulf County in to provide all that yo
1962 which burned 2,776 acres of yourself and your family
forest land. In addition, they an- Social Security booklet,
swered seven calls for help with cial Security," will he
house fires, improved pasture fires only plan for your reti
and many other requests for help," to plan for your family
I said Clyde A. Fite, Chairman of security should you b
the Gulf County Forest Fire Pre- abled or when death o
t vention Committee at a meeting of The Social Security
the Committee this week. this area is located at
o "Also, many thousands of dol- son Ave., Panama City,
f lars worth of property were saved '5331
from destruction because of their
efforts," reported Fite. Lunch m
To carry out these operations, 12 LURCll Koom
people are employed by the local
Florida Forest Service fire control Highland View Elemeni
organization, manning and operat- Monday, April
ing three towers and six pieces of Hot dogs, peanut bu
firefighting equipment, buttered English pea;
In addition to fire control, ac- slaw, orange sections ai
cording to Fite, a farm forester Tuesday, April
worked with 25 landowners giving Sheppard's pie, string
on-the-ground assistance with plant- ple crisp, buttered bread
ing, timber marking, marketing Wednesday, Apr
and timber stand improvement. Fried chicken, field p
Fite emphasized that adequate and tomatoes, salad, fru
support by all citizens is needed if kei house rolls and mil
all the state's forest land is to be Thursday, April
developed and wisely used. Such Pinto beans, cheese
support includes adequate financ- tered turnips, toss sa
ing for fire control services and sauce, corn bread and
equipment. Living wages must be Friday, April
paid to ensure employing and re- Fried fish, toss sala
training qualified firefighting and peas, fruit Jello, corn bri
forest management personnel. ies and milk.
The Florida Forest Service has -r
budgeted $143,971.00 for Gulf Coun-
ty for the next two years. Of this CLASSIFIED A
amount, Gulf County will pay $22,- Midget Invegsent,
424.00 and the balance is requested Giant wRetn
from State and Federal funds. This
includes the money needed for
County fire control and the farm
forestry project.
"Florida forests must supply
even more raw materials to meet OPEN EA
the expanding needs of a fast grow-
ing population," Clyde Fite, com-
mittee chairman, said. He showed
that not only is individual per cap-
ita use of wood and wood products
increasing, but the consuming pub-
lic is growing larger. With full for-
est income derived from maximum
production, Florida counties would
find their county revenues doubled.
Fite emphasized also that for-
estry must answer extra demands
in outdoor recreation, soil, water
and wildlife conservation as well.
It is imperative, he said, that all
of Florida's 20,000,000 acres of for-
est land be fully productive.
Members of the committee are:
Fite, Chairman, Dave Gaskin, C. L.
Morgan, J. T. McNeill, Jr., W. C.
Roche and Roy Gibson, Jr.

Don't Wait To EQUIP
Plan Retirement
You should not wait until the
last minute to make plans for your ,
future retirement, according to
John V. Carey, District Manager of
the Panama City, Social Security
Office. People in Social Security
offices will be happy to tell you
what records you will need when DELUXI
you file your retirement claim, and
to give you an estimate of what NE.
you can expect to draw. --
Retirement claims should be fil- APPLIED or
ed two to three months before you
actually retire, Carey added. This 19 63 N
will insure that the check for the
first month after you retire will
arrive on time. Retirement age for
both men and women is 62, and
you may be entitled to draw some Re
Social Security checks even though
you do not consider yourself to be
retired. If you did not have earned
income of more than about $1700
last year, you could receive some D
payments by filing a claim. Ba
Social Security benefits can nev-
er be paid for more than 12 months
prior to the month that you actually
filed your claim, Carey continued. A
This rule applies to survivor and Ac
disability claims as well as retire-
ment claims. A delay of more than
12 months can cause loss of sub- Hfi
stantial Social Security benefits. 1
Find out now what you can ex- L f
pect to receive from Social Secur-
ity, Carey concluded. Social Secur-


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5 When a forest fire strikes, money is on its way up-h
d, English smoke! Yes, millions of dollars are rooted in Florida tim-
ead, brown- berland-dollars that can be destroyed by malicious m
careless persons. We all share an this terrible wasle.
ADS Jobs, scenic beauty and wildlife are lost, and a bole ib
st h turned in YOUR POCKET!! Help prevent forest fires
w in Florida.


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Minutes of the missioner Kennedy seconded by
Commissioner Graham and unani-
County Commission mously carried, that said plan be
-- approved by the Board.
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA The Board entered into a discus-
March 12, 1963 sion with reference to jail require-
The Board of County Commis- ments and maintenance. The Board
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, met made an inspection of the jail af-
this date in regular session with ter which the discussion continued.
the following members present: A. It was decided that extensive re-
J. Strickland, Chairman, James G. pairs and maintenance is required,
McDaniel, S. C. Player, Walter Gra- or that a new jail should be con-
ham, and Leo Kennedy. The Clerk, sidered upon motion Commissioner
Sheriff, Attorney, Road Superinten- Player, seconded by Commissioner
dent, Mosquito Control Supervisor McDaniel and duly carried, this
were also present. matter was tabled until the next
The meeting came to order at meeting.
9:00 a.m. The Clerk opened the The Board discussed the mainten-
meeting with prayer. ance problem in maintaining ditch-
The minutes of February 1. 12 es in the Highland View and Ken-
and 23, 1963, were read, approved ney Mill area. The Mosquito Control
and adopted. Department was instructed to at-
John Pitts, County Commissioner tend to this work. The Supervisor
and Ancel Messer, Mosquito Con- requested a survey on the ditches
trol Supervisor, Bay County, ap. to insure the desired flow of wa-
peared before the Board to discuss ter. Commissioner McDaniel moved
a possible joint Sanitary Land Fill to employ Florida Engineering As-
Program between Bay and Gulf sociates to run the necessary eleva-
Counties for the purpose if serv- tion. Motion seconded by Commis-
ing the residents of St. Joe Beach, sioner Player and duly carried.
Beacon Hill, and Mexico Beach. Af- The Board directed the Clerk to
ter discussion, C. E. Daniell, Mos- pay the Municipal Hospital $75.00
quito Control Supervisor for Gulf for hospital bill for Ruthie Batson.
County recommended that such a The Board entered into a discus-
project be considered by the Board. sion with reference to the County
The Bay County delegation inform- paving streets in Beaty Subdivision.
ed the Board that they would allow Robert B. Nations, assistant Engin-
Gulf County residents to use the eer informed the oBard that it is
Mexico Beach Sanitary Land Fill about time to decide who will set
providing Gulf County would use the Blue Top Stakes. Commissioner
its dragline to dig the necessary McDaniel moved that tht County
pits; that Bay County would oper Road Department set the stakes.
ate the pit at all times, but would Motion seconded by Commissioner
call on Gulf County to operate the Kennedy. Upon vote the following
pits during a machinery break- voted: AYE: McDaniel and Kenne-
down; that this would probably be dy. NAY: Graham, Player and the
two or three times a year. After chairman. Whereupon, there was a
further discussion, Commissioner motion by Commissioner Graham,
McDaniel made a motion that a seconded by Commissioner Player
joint Sanitary Land Fill Program that Florida Engineering Associ-
be entered into between Bay and ates be employed to set the stakes.
Gulf Counties, subject to approval Upon vote the following voted:
by the State Board of Health; that AYE: Graham, Player and the
this agreement will be in effect un- Chairman. NAY: Kennedy and Mc-
til such time Gulf County can pro- Daniel.
vide a Sanitary Land Fill in the The Farm Agent and Road De-
Beach Area. Motion seconded by apartment filed monthly reports for
Commissioner Kennedy and unani- February.
mously carried. The Board directed the Clerk to
ously l pcarre s ert advertise for the following items,
C. E. Daniell presented a report bids to be received at 6:30 P.M.,
on a new Sanitary Landfill site for. March 26, 1963, to-wit:
the Port St. Joe area. After discus- 1500 Barrels of Cement, of which
sion, there was a motion by Co- 375 delivered to Oak. Grove and
1125 delivered to White City
s- One (1) Self propelled Roller
with 9 extra heavy duty wheels
)e with flat based rims and detach-
able side rings; 9 750-15 tires, 14
ply; maximum gross weight 12 tons,
etc.
R PAI All payrolls and bills for the
TV REPAIR month of February were approved
and ratified as paid.
There being no further business
irson DuMont the meeting did then adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core A. J. Strickland
m Air Cnnditinnprs Clerk Chairman


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Houston Watson, Saw Repair ..... 3H.10
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Bay Machine & Weld. Co., Weld. .... 70.75
Samuel Marion Graves, Jr., Sal. .... 117.05
G. C. Dykes, Salary ............ .4
L. F. Sellers, Salary ............ ...2 04
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Lloyd Whitfield, Exp. ........... 120.00
'anaia Generator Co., Equip ... 14.00
Cook Motor Co., Parts & Repair .... 1.05
Costing's Dept Store, Boots ...... 17.906
Standard Serv. Center, Gas, etc. ... 6.95
lorida Asphalt Pay. Co., Rental
of Equipment ..... ... 132.;,0
'ulicn Materials Co., Concrate
brick ...................... 6 30
Coastal, Inc., Gas ........ 13.t0
Fla. Grave Co., Gravel .. ........ 4.93
St. Joe Motor Co., Parts, etc. ... 1..40
ulf Track Co arts ............ .. .4Q
Heath MoLor & Supply Co., Parrt .. 4i..l"
City Radiator Co., Parts, repairs .. 00
Wcwahitchka Water Co., Utilities .. 3.3
Calloway Sand Co., Sand .......... 11.50
'anama -Machinery & Sup. Go., Sup. ) 5
Blalock Machinery & Equip Co, Parts 605.12
Ray Brooks Mach. Co., Equip. part .. 19.65
Littleford Bros., Ic., Equip. part .. 21 00
Larry Glass Service, Parts ......... 27.16
Hawkins Auto Wrecking Co., Truck
motor and transmission .... 215.00
St. Joe Hdwe. Co., Sup ........... 847.00
The Breeze, Printing ............ 10.80
Keenan Weld. Sup., Sup............11.40
Burford Equip. Co., Parts ......... 80.1
The Jaeger Mach. Co., Parts ........23.00
St Joe Auto Parts, Parts ....... .205.13
Fla. Engineering Assoc., Surveying .755.00
Rex-Tex Equip. Co., Sem-trailer .. 2800.00
Pate's Servie Center, Sup.. ..... 258.59
Pridgeon Bldg. Sup., Cement, wire, 468.00
Amreican Oil Co., Asphalt ...... 116.24
St. Joseph Tel &Tel., Util. ........51.70
Gulf Coast Elec. Coop., Utilities .... 98
Alvin McGlon Sevn. Gar., Reprs. & La. 5.55
Standard Oil Co., Gas ............ 7.27
Auto Parts & Bearings Co., Parts 50.24
Bay Mach. & Weld. Co., Sup .... 575.17
Western Auto, Sup ............... 1.99
Marianna Auto Parts, Parts .......46.50
Dorsey's Garage, Repairs .......... 38.00
Gulf Oil Corp., Gas .. ......... 19.09
George Y. Core, Clerk, Recording 29.40
Lloyd Whitfield, Exp ............ 31.4')
Wewa Hardware Co., Sup. ......... 771.08
Lloyd Whitfield, Salary .......... 188.18
James F. Whitfield, Salary ...... 127.67
Perry S. IHolley, Salary .......... 147.99
Alvie Kemp, Salary ............ 128.36
Ja Hall, Salary ................ 112.76
Murry P. Melvin, Salary .......... 131 36
Donald J. Suber, Salary ......... 125.76
L. D. Hughes, Salary .......... .125.7
Charles leckley, Salary ........ 130.73
William C. Lindsey, Salary ...... 122.73
Veto Nichols, Salary .......... 89.45
Sanford Armstrong, Salary ...... 101.75
R H. Strickland, Salary ........ 94.45
Robert L. Lester, Salary ........ 104.45
Nolan D. Phillips, Salary ........ 94.45
Roy C. Thorpe, Salary ......... 99.45
Mar ti B. Davis, Salary ..... 117.36
Director Internal Revenue, WIt Tax 136.00
Gulf County SS Acct., SS ........ 86.06
Ray E Green, Compt., Retire. ... 95.03
Colonia Life Ins., Ins .......... 15.00
GENERAL FUND
S. T. Morris, Salary ............ 98.43
Mark Harrell, Salary ............ 101.43
0. E. Daniell, Salary ............. 181.18
Director Inl. Rev WH Tax ........ 30.50
Gulf County SS Acct., SS ......... 16.27
Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire. .... 17.95
Coloniial Life & Acci., Ins ......... 3.00
A. J Strickland, Salary ........ 117.50
Leo Kennedy, Salary ........... 106.27
S. C. Plap'r. Salary ............. 117.50
.1inmes G. McDaniel, Salary ...... .117.50
Waller M. Graham, Salary ........ 117.50
Mrs. C. G Rish, Salary ......... 88.06
David C. Gaskin, Salary .......... 155.00
Max W. Kilbourn, Salary .......... 70.50
Elmer Nunnery, Saary ............ 115.11
George Y. Core, Salary .......... 354.16
Sam' P. iusgand, Salary .......... 50.00
W L. Fitzpatrick, Salary ....... S.70
Joseph W. Bailey, Salary ........ 8.70
Robert L. MeCrary, Jr., Salary .... 8.70
.T .T. Hill. Salar .............. 72 84
Cubic R. Laird, Salary ......... 17,' 00
Director ITnIrnal Revenue, WH Tax 83.10
Gulf Counlty S Acet SS .......... .14, .1
Ray E. Green. Coipt., Retire ....... 72.50
Peninsular Life Ins. Co., Ins. .. 3.69
Rosselle Gaskin, Salary ......... .35.25
Marearet B. Core. Salary ........ 35.25
Thelma Jones, Indigent .......... 15 00
Audrey Nunery, .......... .00
Anni ,.. :,,. ... ...... 15.00
Eva r .. .............. 10.00
Mrs. M. H. Conger, ........ 15.00
Grace Dunlap, ............ 10.00
C. C. Davis. .............. 15.00
Minnie Paul, ............ 1500
Drusilla Keel, ............ 15.00
Mrs. 0. V. Scully, ... . 15.00
MrsH.. 0. Jones, ........ 12.00
Ethelm F.,.:i, ............ 15.00
Ruthie ., ......... 15.00
Charlie W. Sapp, .......... .. 15.0
Lula Kemp, ............. 15.00
Kate Glass .............. 1.00
SMary Lee Boone, 0 ....... 1.0(
Jesse Pitts, ............. 15.00
.Emma Darley. ........... 15.00
Edna Daniels, ............ 15.00
Mae Creamer. ..............15.01
Carry Goodwin, .. ............ 15.00
Donnie Mfae Faison, ........ 15.01
1 Bessie Dvkes. ... ... ...... 12.00
Mary Clark, ............... 15 00
Madine Bell Adams, ..... 10.00
Inez Chambers, .. ...... 10.0
B. A. Roberts, ..s............15.0
Ozie Thomas, ............ 15.00
Mrs. Charlie Price, ....... 1 .00
Gladys Prestwood ........ 15.0
Nora Mae Conley, ..........15.01
Yolande Oi-Fr-. .......... 15.01
Helen L. l,,i t, .......... 15.00
H. F. Wimberly, .......... 12.00
Thelma Jones, .... 16.01
Pinkie Mae Myers, .......... 15.00
Belle Williams, ............ 15.00
Bessie Glass, Mothers pension .... 10.01
lnez Bright,. .. ............. 6.00
Mrs. J L. Maddox, .......... 3.01
Dollie V. Weeks, ...... 6.00
Virginia Armstrong, ....... 12.0
Sosie Odom, .. 1 .......... .01
David C. Gaskin, Exp ........... 104.25
S. C. Player, Exp ............. 100.00
Bowen Supply Co.. Sup. .... 45.6
Roberts & Sons. Recording ........ 14.50
Fla. Microfilm Corp., Record. ...... 63.00
W T Edwards TB Hosp TB Patients 70.00
The Star, Printing .............. 50.01
Harland 0. Pridgeon, Corn. ....... 83.97
J. J. Hill. Reimburse. Funds ...... 35.27
Ben C. Williams, Exp ............ 104.41
James G. MeDaniels, Exp.. ...... 120.01
Perry ITHiitchinson, Sup. ........... 75.01
Fred J. Junior, Dist., Sup. ......... 57.51
J. .Toli-ph Tel & Te, Util.......... 5 3.51
A. J. Slrickland, Exp. ........... 100.01
Willr Graham. Exp............ 100.01
Leo Kennedy, Exp. ... .......... 120.01
Basil's Standard Oil., Sup. ....... 36.2'7
TDoyd Bros, Inc.. Office Sup. ......... 7.20
K. E. Murphy, Repairs ............ 15.01
Robert D. Sidwell, Exp. ........... 24.00
Amoco Serv. Sta., Gas ............ 2.91
Turfordi Equip Co.. Parts ........ 112.6'2
Cook Motor Co., Parts ............ 4.34
Moody & Sons., Parts .......... 376.10
Pate's Shell Station, Gas ........... 6.00
St. Joe Auto Parts, -arts ......... 2 17
Standard Oil Co., Gas .......... l. 131
Wiley Sup. Co., Sup .............. 2.'5
Wewa Auto Repair. Labor & Parts .5. '>0.3,0
West Fla. Gas & Foel Co., Gas .... 7.23
Fla. Power Corp., Util .......... 3.41
St. Joe Tel & Tel, Util ........... 17 4C
St. Joe Hardware Co.. Parts, sup. .. 34.07
MeGowan Elec. Sup. Co., Sup....... S4.10
Municipal Hosp., Patient ........ 77 o0
The Breeze. Priit & Sup.......... 192.0


Minutes of The
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
March 5, 1963
The Board of Public Instruction,
Gulf County, Florida, met on the
above date in regular session with
the following present and acting:
C. E. Boyer, Chairman, Joe Ferrell,
Carter Ward, William Roemer, Sr.,
and Kenneth Whitfield members.
The Superintendent was present
,1nd acting.
The minutes of the preceding
meeting were read and adopted as
read.
The Financial Statement for the
month of February was examined
and approved.
The Nurses' and Sanitarian's re-
port was read and ordered filed.
The Board decided not to enter
the state pool for purchases of
school buses for 1963.
The Board approved the leave of
absence for the remainder of the
1962-63 school year due to illness
of Elizabeth Hadley.
The Board accepted the resigna-
tion of Livingston Blauvelt of the
Highland View Elementary School.
Mr. Bowdoin presented addition-
al charges against Marion Craig.
Moved by Whitfield and second-
ed by Roemer to give the George


Washington High School $300.00 to THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1963
help defray expenses to the State
Basketball Tournament at Pompano MAR&R Truck Co., Frt .......... 19.75 A. C. McClurg & Co., Sup....... 53.50
Beach, Florida. All voted yes. State Dept. of Edu., Sup. .......... 2.50 Baker Taylor Co., Sup. .......... 64.80
There being no further business TEK Mfg. Co., Sup. ............ 45.07 Bay Gas & Appi. Co., Sup ......... 28 21
at this time the Board adjourned H. F. Ayers, Refund for postage, Oambosco Scientific Co., Sup. .... 244.91
at mes time ne soar l sdeiourned travel, etc. ................ 21.20 Standard School Serv., Sup. ...... 712.95
to meet again in Special session Port St. Joe Elementary Schoo, Refund Port St. Joe High School, Refund 30.00
on March 8, 1963. for postage, travel, etc. ...... 6.86 Standard Oil Co., Sup ......... 1,857.99
ATTEST: Time Inc., Sop ................. 28.00 W. C. Cooper Plbg. & Htg. Co.,
Thomas A. Owens C.E. Boyer Thames Jewelers, Stop watch repair 16.56 Services and Supplies ...... 7,252.16
Thomas A. Owens C. E. Boyer Electric Motor Service, Sup. ...... 54.03 Nils Millergren, Stamps .......... 24.00
Superintendent Chairman Farmers Mill & Elevator, Sup. ...... 26.00 DISTICT FUND NUMBER ONE
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA Ostwadl, Inc., Band uniforms .... 3,112.28 Harland 0. Pridgeon, Corn. ....... 35.00
Wewa High School Band, Refund .. 5.55 Dist. Fund No. 1, Transfer ...... 1,196.69
March 8, 1963 Wewa Hardware Co., Sup. ...... 79.28 BOND FUND NUMBER ONE
The Board of Public Instruction, Cecil G. Parrish, Serv. .......... 10.00 Harland 0. Pridgeon, Coin. ........ 7.18
Gulf County, Florida, met in special C. Maddox, Exp. to mtg. ........ 35.00 Bond Fund No. 1, Transfer ...... 239.34
session on the above date with the
following present and acting: C. E.
Boyer, Chairman, Joe Ferrell, Car- You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
ter Ward, William Roemer, Sr.,
and Kenneth Whitfield, members.
The Superintendent was present L A
The Board met for the purpose
of having a public hearing on REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
charges brought by Mr. Bowdoin,
Principal of the Port St. Joe High SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
School against Mr. Craig, Coach of MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
the Port St. Joe High School.
The Board, after being in session BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ..-...-------.. 6:15 p.m.
from 9:00 o'clock in the morning EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
until 4:00 o'clock in the afternoon
listened to the charges of Mr. Bow- PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ......-- 7:30 p.m.
doin and the answers of Mr. Craig
the following action was taken. Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Moved by Whitfield, seconded by
Roemer that in view of the evi- Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
dence of public profanity at school
activities on part of Marion Craig
charges has been substantiated at
the hearing today, Mr. Craig be re-
turned to Annual Contract Status
at the Port St. Joe High School
commencing with the school year
1963-64, and that his continuing You Are Welcome To The
contract be cancelled effective im-
mediately. All voted yes. First United Pentecostal Church
The Board adjourned to meet
again in regular session on April 10th St. NW. and Victoria Avenue Highland View, Florida
2, 1963. Rev. JAMES J. HILL, Pastor
ATTEST:
Thomas A. Owens C. E. Boyer SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Superintendent Chairman MORNING WORSHIP 11:15 AM.
List of Expenditures for the Month MORNING WORSHIP 11:15 A.M.
of March 1963 General Fund EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
Patty Cain, Sub. work ............ $9.75 EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
Yoade Strange, ........ 50.00 MID-WEEK SERVICE (Wednesday) .- 7:30 P.M.
Hugh H. Semmes, ........ $3.00
Wasl. igh School, Ex tp.o YOUTH SERVICE (Friday) 7:30 P.M.
Ball Tournament .......... 300.00 YOUTH
Hubert E. Richards, Exp. to Mtg. .. 58.50
H. A. Bateman, Lawn nower rep. 26.80 AIR-CONDITIONED CENTRAL HEAT
Carrier Ward, Exp. to Mtg.......... 87.00
Gulf Oil Corp., Sup .............. 636.93
Thompson Movie Serv. & Sup.
Co.. Supplies ................ 2.80
eo. School Book Depos. Inc., Sup. 26.57CHURC
Houghton Mifflin Co., Sup ........1237.89FIRST M ETHODIST CHURCH
Cooperative Test Div., Sup. ...... 102.81
Dobbs Bros. Library Bind. Co. Intersection Monument and Constitution
Re.binding books............ 326.76
J. W. Pepper Q Son., Inc., Sup..... 5.63 REV. THOMAS 8. HARRIS, D.D., MInIster
Time Inc., Books, Sup ........... 11.85
Tallahassee Grocery Co., Sup. ...... 13.55
Marianna Office Supply Co., Sup .... 1.55
Beclicy-Cardy Co.,Sup .......... 2.96 Church School 9:45 A.H.
St. Joe Motor Co., Labor & Parts 234.17
Beaman P1mb. Serve ...... 58.80 Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Wilcy's Supply Co., Sup ........... 11442
Music Center, Sup ................ 12.25 Bibye Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
Smith's Pharmacy, Sup ............ 5.20
Wshatley Typewriter Co., Monthly Methodist Youth Fellowship..-------- 6:00 P.M.
Service & Sup................. 35.00 E e g r i: P.M.
Fla. Power Corp., Elec. for PSJ .. 1,162.77 Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
J. D. Atwell, Installing & Furnishing
new iRghts ................. 204.28
City of Port St. Joe, Water ...... S80.33
Pate's Service Center, Tires ...... 113.00
St. Joseph Tel. & Tel Co, Co., Serv... 232.53
Western Auto Assoc. Store, Jump Cable 4.29
West Fla. Gas & Fue Co., Sup. .. 413.13 BE SAFE -- BUY ALL DRUGS FROM A
Sears Roebuck Co., Sup. .......... 11.94
Gulf Coast Elec Coop., Electric .... 273 24 PHARMACIST AT
Star Pub. Co., Printing & Stip. .... 44.95
Keenan Welding Sup., Sup......... 26.17
Alternan Transport Lines, Frt..... 25.96
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Jamnes Hicks, Labor ............. 7.50
SAlvin McGlon's Serv. Gar., Labor
SPridgeon Bldg. Sup., Sup ........ 6.45 __ Ll
0 Smitty's Refrigerator Repair, Repairs 18.75 1 l
driver education car ........ 27.91
0 Smith's Sundries, Sup ............ 1.86
FSU AV Trust, Sup .............. 14.50
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Rich and Sons Super Market
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DeLuxe Laundry and Dry Cleaners
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Costin's Department Store
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io s e Bu ,a boys and the Den Mothers and
Basil's showed their power by other leaders on the very fine job
taking all four off Roche's and being done with the Cubs. He said
narrowing their league chase to, he looked forward to such a fine
eight games. Billy Joe Griffin re- group soon being ready for Boy
turned to lead Basil's with 515. La- Scouting under his leadership. He
mar Moore's 481 was second high. traced briefly the history of scout-
Lou Little led Roche's with 510. ing and pointed out to the group
Costin's beat every other team in the interesting experiences await-
the house except for one they were ing those who will continue in the
bowling against. Michigan Chemi- program. Simpson was introduced
cal, led by Ray Medlin's 604 and by Cubmaster Moore.
Ralph Ward's 538 completely did A short business session was
the Costin bunch in. Each game presided over by Cubmaster James
went to the wire with Michigan Moore after Simpson's interesting
getting the nod by 25 pins, 17 pins talk.
and 18 pins. Jake rolled 593 fol- Announcement of the track meet
lowed by Tommy Pridgeon's 570. to be held at Tyndall Air Force
Waring rolled 499 for third. The Base on Saturday, March 30, was
most damage was caused by Michi- made and plans formulated for
gan's Frank Dennis who shot a fine transportation. A bus will leave the
512 series. We expected Medlin and Port St. Joe Elementary School at
Ward to do good, but Frank beat 12:15, Saturday, with all Cubs de-
us. siring to attend the meet. The
Team Standings W L meet itself will begin at 2:00 p.m.
Stevedores- 67 41 Awards were presented by Mr.
Basil's Standard ______ 59 49 Moore as follows:
Fla. National Bank __ 51% 56V% Billy Barr, Denner and Service
Costin's 51 57 Star.
Michigan Chemical ___ 48% 59Y2
Roche Furniture ---- 47 61 Tom Thornton's big 595 was the
____ main reason for Laboratory's vic-
INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE tory over Pulp Mill. Lamar Moore
By Lamar Moore managed a 523 but after that, there
Box Plant polished off Glidden wasn't a man to break 400.
for three. Back Maintenance hand- Electric Meter shocked Vitro be-
ed Paper Mill a loss of three. Lab- fore losing out on total pin count
oratory clobbered Pulp Mill for by one pin. Sonny Counts shot a
four and in the process knocked 482, Dave Jones a 469, and Jimmy
Pulp out of second place in the Harrison a big 458 to lead Electric.
standings. Electric Meter held Vit- Ruel Whitehurst hit a 532 to
ro to a split. lead Vitro. Bill Tew helped save
Lee Taylor's 504 set the pace for face with a 498.


Box Plant's win over Glidden. Carl
Zimmerman at 498 and Goober
Dunlap at 452 were enough help
to Lee. Winton "cool" Ferrell at
439 and Lou "hard luck" Little at
430 were the best Glidden had to
offer.
Back Maintenance hit a 2443 ser-
ies to overpower Paper Mill. Rod
Jensen's 535 and Jim Burke's 466
were high. Daryl Collier and Bill
Whaley did some fine bowling in
a losing effort.


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Crag itavis, WJL.
Petey Peters, Service Star.
Michael Murphy, Service Star.
John Christian, Service Star.
Steve Belin, Service Star.
Kenneth Holt, Service Star.
Doug Bowdoin, Service Star.
Scout recognition pins were
awarded to the Den Mothers by,
Mr. Moore in recognition of service
to the Pack. Those receiving this
honor were Mrs. C. W. Roberts,
Jr., Mrs. Eleanor Blan, Mrs. Leroy
Bowdoin, Mrs. James Moore and
Mrs. Robert Faliski.
This most enjoyable evening was
brought to a conclusion by prayer
by Mrs. H. C. Browne.

Golden Agers
Selot Officers
The first anniversary was cele-
brated by the Golden Agers Club
Monday night in the Stac House,
with a delicious dinner. Their
guests were Eta Upsilon members
who had sponsored the organiza-
tion.
Mrs. Calla Perritt who is the re-
tiring president, spoke of the ac-
complishments and of the growth
of the club from 11 charter mem-
bers to its present membership of
25. The Club's newest member is
R. D. Flood, formerly of Anniston,
Ala.
New officers installed by Mrs.
William F. Wager were: J. A. Fil-
lingim, presdient; Mrs. Ellen Kirk,
land, first vice-president; Roy Gib-


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fishing and boat-
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Plastic
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Mabel's Beauty Shop
1109 Monument Ave.
St. Joe Motor Company
322 Monument Ave.
Florida National Bank
502 Fifth St.
Vida's Cafe
307 Reid Ave.
Murdock's Radio and TV
411 Reid Ave.
Pridgeon Insurance Agency
301 Williams Ave.
Campbell's Drug Store
210 Reid Ave.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.b Ob e
THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1963 Cub Pack 47 Observes Birthday of

BOWLING NEWS Scouting At Blue and Gold Banquet
The Port St. Joe High School Bobby Vandevender, Bobcat and
COMMERCIAL BOWLING lunchroom was the scene of a gala Asst. Denner.
Our league finally stopped look- occasion Tuesday night, March 26, Donald Faliski, Service Star.
ing like a track meet for the Steve- when Cub Scout Pack 47 observed Donald Shoots, Service Star.
dores last week when Florida Na- the birthday of scouting with the Jim Myrick, Service Star.
tional Bank completely took the traditional blue and gold banquet. Bobby Jordan, Asst. Denner.
league leaders apart for four Approximately 85 Cub Scouts, Steve Atchison, Bobcat.
points. The Stevedores were fin- parents and friends partook of a Will Ramsey, Jr., Bobcat.
ally caught short-handed and delicious meal prepared by the Joey Blan, Gold Arrow, Silver
couldn't even come close to stop- lunchroom staff. The banquet ta- Arrow and Service Star.
ping the raging Bankers. Dennis bles were most colorful and attrac- Alan Hammock, Denner.
Arnold led the assault with 552 tively decorated. Each Den decor- Michael Wimberly, Service Star.
followed by Bill Whaley's 515. Bil- ated its own table and favors had Chuck Roberts, Service Star.
ly Joe Richards and Grover Hol- been made for the parents by the Henry Boone, Service Star.
land both fired 480's to help. Ruel boys themselves. Perky White, Bobcat.
Whitehurst rolled a 228 first game Guest speaker for the evening Barron Abrams, Service Star.
then the tide turned for the Steve- was John T. Simpson, Scoutmaster Kenneth Small, Service Star.
dore's anchor and he salvaged a of Boy Scout Troop 47, Port St. Jim Moore, Service Star.
516 series. Frank Gonzalez had 446 Joe. Mr. Simpson congratulated the Flip Gentry, Service Star.
fIf boyshnl i d th Dre Mnionh a lfd


son, Sr., second vice-president; Mrs.
Calla Perritt, secretary; Jim Brooks
treasurer; Mrs. Pattie Gibson, pub-
licity. The hostess for the evening,
Mrs. Neva Croxton, presented Mrs.
Perritt with a lovely gift from the
Club in appreciation for her un-
tiring efforts which have been
largely responsible for the success
of the organization.
During the social hour an unus-
ual treat was given by the Sacred
Harp quartet, which was greatly
enjoyed. Completing the entertain-
ment of the evening was vocal and
instrumental music composed of
piano, violin, two guitars and a
bass "fiddle". Their selections
were composed of old time favor-
ites, jazz and plenty of "toe-tap-
ping" music to the delight of all.
The next meeting will be on Ap-
ril 8.

Lunchroom Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, April 1
Roast beef, buttered rice, turnip
greens, shredded carrots, corn
bread and butter, fruit cup and
milk.
Tuesday, April 2
Spaghetti and meat balls, snap
beans, celery sticks, hot biscuits
and butter, apple sauce and milk.
Wednesday, April 3
Hot dogs, buttered potatoes, cab-
bage slaw, lemon pudding, butter
and milk.
Thursday, April 4
Chicken and rice, English peas,
spiced beets, grapefruit juice, ap-
ple upsidedown ginger bread,
white bread and butter and milk.
Friday, April 5
Cheese and kidney bean salad,
mustard greens, potato sticks, corn
bread and butter, orange sections
and milk.
Guests of Alligoods
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alli-
good last week end were Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Suber and children of,
Thomasville, Ga. Mrs. Suber is Mr.
Alligood's sister.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. nal at Overstreet. St.iall down pay-
THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1963 ment, up to three years to pay.
For information contact Mrs. L. T.
SArn.old, Max Kilbourn or R i,
Classified Ads Prows, Jr., Phone 227-4S91. rf

FOR RENT:.Nice furnished apart. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on
Orient. For couple only at 1621 St. Joe Beach. Carport and stor-
Monument Ave. Phone 227-7641. tfage room, cypress paneled thruout.
tWill finance. Call J. C. Traweek,
FOR RENT:'On St. Joe Beach. 3- 648-3196 after 5 p.m. or week ends.
bedroom, two bath unfurnished -.---- .
Two 2-bedroom. furnished. In city,; FOR SALE: House boat. Completely
two 1-bedroom houses furnished, Bfurnished. If interestrested see J.F.
Smith's Pharmacy. tfc-1-10 Brooks, Gulf Oil Corp., Apalachi-
S P mc cola. 4tp-3-7
FOR RENT: One furnished bed- -
room and private bath. 528 co:- FOR SALE: 4 bedroom home, 2,000
ner of Sixth St., and Woodward feet floor space. 2 tull baths,
Ave. 2tp large fenced back yard, garage and
utility. Close to school. Well estab-
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished listed landscaping. 1027 Long Ave.
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave. Contact Ed Ramsey.
Phone 227-7421. tfc-2-28
FOR RENT or SALE: 2 story unfur- "'C C'ME TAX X
nished 2 bedroom home, 1508 RETURNS PREPARED
Long Ave., $5,500. Also, furnished Also, I will do part or full-
2 bedroom brick home and small time bookkeeping in my home
apartment, 1031 Long Ave, $11,000. or at your place of business. Ex-
Phone 648-4128. Mira. perienced in all types of book
S- work. Typing work done neatly
FOR RENT: Nice large bedrooms. .and correct. R. W. HENDERSON,
Meal may be arranged for. Call Phone 229-1716.
at 509 10th St. or phone 227- -
4832. 2tc-3-21 FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom frame
house, panel walls, tile floor. At
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom St. Joe White City. Large 85x160 lot. See
Beach House with large screened or call David Rich for more infor-
porch. Reasonable. Phone 227- mation. Day phone 227-2522. Nite
7771. ltc-3-21 phone 229-2575. tfc-2-28


FOR RENT: Unfurnished large 2-
bedroom house, Phone 227-8536
after 5:00 p.m. tfc-3-28
FOR RENT: Small two bedroom
house at 910 Woodward Ave. Un-
furnished, $35.00 per month. Ph.
227-3661 or 229-2295. tfc-3-28
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 Wond-
ward Ave. Priced for quick sale.
Presently FHA financed.
If interested phone 227-5261, George
H. Wimberly, Jr. tfc 10-4
LOTS FOR SALE: In Phillip's Sub
division on the Intra-Coastal Ca-


FOR SALE: Single bed, springs
and mattress $15.00. Chest of
drawers $10.00, 301 16th St., Phone
227-2311. ltp
FOR SALE: Camp house, furnish-
ed on 1 acre of land on Big Bro-
thers River near Howard Creek.
Call Bob Buchert, 227-7761. tfc-28
FOR SALE: Lot at Jones Home-
stead, 80' x 239', $700. See Har-
vey Laurimore or call 9-1192 after
5:00 p.m. 3tp-3-28
FOR SALE: Lots at Mexico Beach,
$1250.00, $25.00 down, $10.00 per
mo. R. L. Fortner, 648-3241. 3tc


$5,000. $500 down, $50.00 per mo. FOR SALE: 60 x 130 lot at How-
R. L. Fortner, Ph. 648-3241. 3-28 ard Creek. Phone 227-3846. tfc


FOR SALE: 3 bedroom masonry
home. Built-in oven, range and
refrigerator, chain link fence and
extras. Contact M. P. Ferris, 1907
Long Ave., phone 229-2201 or 227-
7616. tfc-3-28
MOVING IS'OUR BUSINESS. If
you are planning to move, please
call SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE.
We represent Mayflower, one of the
nation's oldest and foremost mov-
ers. Experienced, capable, cour-
teous. Free estimates for both lo-
cal and long distance moving. SUR-
PLUS SALES of ST. JOE, 201 Mon-
ument Ave., Phone 227-2011.
FOR SALE: House. Florida, break-
fast, dining, living, kitchen, bath,
3 bedrooms, patio, double carport,
2 lots, fenced. 301 16th St. Phone
227-2311. Shown by appointment.lp
FOR SALE: House, 1 mile from
beach on Overstreet highway.
Payments $50 per mo., small down
pint. See Mrs. Ira Hanna at Over-
street. Itc
TAKE UP PAYMENTS: Apartment
size gas range and Admiral re-
frigerator. Like new. $13.90 a mo.
Inquire at Union Finance Co. tf
FOR SALE: Top 10 records avail-
able. Stereo albums. ST. JOE
RADIO & TV. tfc-3-21
FOR SALE
Two bedroom house with den,
oak floors and well established
yard. To sell for only $400 down
which includes closing cost and
down payment. Balance on FHA
loan.
Three bedroom masonry house
with oak floors on 90'x165' lot to
sell for only $11,000. FHA financ-
ing available.
Two bedroom masonry house.
Only $300 down plus closing cost.
FHA loan on balance.
FRANK HANNON
221 Reid Ave. Ph. 227-3491


FOR SALE: Lots in Oak Grove. $25
down and $25 month. Phone 227-
3716. tfc-2-21
t PTIC TANKS ;U-mped out. Call
B ford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
irick export service. tu
ALCOHOI.l,8 ANONYMOUS Meet
every W tanesday night, 8:00 p.m.
at Parish ltG0se. 809 % t St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3331 for
further inltaatlon or write P. 0.
Box 535. tf
WILLIS V ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AM hiCAN LEGION, Meet-
Ing first ',ad third T u sda y
night ts. 8:;( Dm. Amwioain LeAgon
Home.
SAMARIT- N LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-- &*Bts second and fourth
Thursday 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Ha J. All members rged to
attend.
Noble Orrnd: Emmett Daniell
Secret *? j C. Martin.
R. A. M.-ltegular convocation of
St. Joseph apter No. 56, R. A.
M1. 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing companions welcome.
Edgar L Smith, High Priest
Roy L rch, Secretary
THERE WILl BE a regular com-
munication >1 Port St. Joe Lodge
No 111, F. A. M., every first
and thihd Thu iday at 8:00 p.m.

ROY K. H CKSHEAR, Sec.
ROBERI' 1. CREAMER, W. M.


Time Is Short for
Filing T ix Returns
J. D, C:ARK
Prompt ,w,4d efficient.
MimENCAOE 1 A6 I)Ir-IC


LUOS wEiH-Ti AS-ALY witn uex-'
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom block house A-Diet. A full week's supply only 1017 I tA Avenue
near beach, at Mexico Beach, 98c. Campbell's Drug Store. 4tp14


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Truck, Car Collide
An automobile driven by Mrs.
Hazel Burnette Glidden and a West
Florida Gas Company truck driven
by Harvey Laurimore ran together
on Long Avenue between Seventh
and Eighth street yesterday morn-
ing, according to the Port St. Joe
Police Department.
Investigators reported that the
gas company truck had swung out
into Long Avenue to turn left into
an alley. Mrs. Glidden, apparently
thinking the truck was going to
turn left, started to pass on the
truck's right. The truck swung into
its right turn, hitting the Glidden
auto. Total damages were estimated
at $550.
No charges were filed.
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. James Clinton Cox
of 105 Second Street, Highland
View, announce the birth of a baby
girl, Teresa Lynn on March 20 in
the Port St. Joe Municipal Hospi-
tal.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA. In Chancery
A W. MURPHY,
Plaintiff,
-vs.-
CANNIE B. MURPHY,
Defendant.
DIVORCE
NOTICE TO CANNIE B. MUR-
PHY who place of residence is
unknown.
On or before the 29th day of Ap-
ril, A.D. 1963 the defendant, Can-
rnie B. Murphy is required to serve
upon Hon. Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address
is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of and file with the
Clerk of said Court, the original of
an answer to the Bill of Complaint
filed against her herein.
Witness my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 27th day
of March, A.D. 1963.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-3-28
NOTICE OF SALE
Public sale will be held on April
3, 1963 at 4:00 P.M. o'clock at St.
Joe Motor Co., Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida on a 1961 Corvair, serial num-
ber 10969W274772. Car is now stor-
ed and may be inspected at 320
Second St., Highland View, Florida.
The seller reserves the right to bid.
Commercial Credit Corp.
NOTICE OF SALE
Public sale will be held on April
8, 1963 at 4:00 P.M. o'clock at St.
Joe Motor Co., Port St. Joe, Florida,
on a 1959 Ford, serial number
C9AG143010. Car is now stored and
may be inspected at 430 Second
St., Highland View, Fla. The seller
reserves the right to bid.
Commercial Credit Corp.


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
DIAL 227-3161 POSTOFFICE Box 308
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postofice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.

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advertisement.




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YOUR $25.00 REPLACEMENT BONUS
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