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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: April 4, 1963
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
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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, APRIL 4, 1963 NUMBER 29


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National Guard Dedicates Building

Named In Honor of Local Man
Mrs. Billy F. Parrish and her small son, Jeffery, of Port St. Joe,
view unveiled plaque on Florida Officer Candidate School building
at Camp Blanding, dedicated Sunday in memory of her late husband,
a Tallahassee Guardaman, who was a member of the first Florida
Oficer Candidate class there. Participating in the ceremony were
Col, Ralph Davis, left, of Tallahassee and Brig. Gen, Ralph Cooper,
St. Augustine.
Parrish was the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Parrish of this city.
Parrish graduated from Port St. Joe High School and attended Flor-
ida State University in Tallahassee.


Baseball Barbecue

Set for April 12
The annual barbecue for the
Dixie League Baseball organiza-
tion has been scheduled for Fri-
day, April 12 at 5:30 p~m. ac-
cording to W. J. Herring, chair-
man for the event.
The barbecue will consist of
chicken and will be prepared and
served at the Centennial Build-
ing.
Tickets for the dinners are
$1.00 each and are being sold by
the young boys participating in
the baseball program.
Herring urges all boys in the
Dixie Youth movement to contact
him to receive their tickets if
they have not already done so.
A contest will be held between
the boys this year, with prizes go-
ing to the three selling the most
tickets. The first' prize will be a
baseball glove; second prize, a
baseball bat and third prize a
baseball bat.
All funds derived from the bar-
becue will go to help defray ex-
penses incurred in the operation
of the program.

Visits Parents
Miss Rosemary Tomlinson, stu-
dent at Carson Newman College,
Jefferson City, Tennessee, visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey
Tomlinson last week end.


Sixth District Band Festival


To Be Held Here Saturday

Port St. Joe High School, Gym-
nasium and athletic field will be a Letters To State officials Needed In
bee-hive of activity Saturday.i as _...
some 1500 hig school -musicians,
forming 217 high school bands will ..New a He
try for their rating on musician-
ship, 'sighl 1eading and marching. Governor Bryant's Outdoor Rec- .
The oe~aion will be the annual rational Program has been an- Wea ReSident
Sixth District Florida Bandmaster's aounced basically and briefly call-
Association contest. ing for reserving available lands in i I A A
the state suitable for outdoor rec- DiS In AUto
The students will begin arriving rational purposes for public use.
tomorrow night for the Saturday Such land is fast becoming unavail- E. J. Land, age, 29 of Wewa
all day events, able, and if the public is to be pro- ka became Gulf County's first
The contest will decide which tected, action must be taken now. fatality of the year Saturda
bands will be eligible to appear The Governor's plan provides for ternoon when he lost contr
in the State Festival to be held in such action. The coming state legis- his auto and turned over nea
May. lative session will have a chance city limits of Wewahitchka.
Some 172 events are on the agen- to act upon 'this program. died at the Port St. Joe Mun
da for Saturday which will include Because of the letters written by Hospital shortly after the acc
band concerts, sight reading con- so many local civic-minded people He is survived by his wife,
terts, ensembles, solos and the Congressman Sikes, Senators Hol- ette; two sons, James Owen
big marching contest and show Sat- 1and and Smathers, and Governor E. J., Jr., all of Wewahitchk
urday night. Bryant are taking an active part in parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. La
the St. Joseph Peninsula Park De- Wewahitchka; four brothers,
All events, with the exception development. This is now with the Army in Germany,
of the sight reading events will be practically assured because of your' f Melbourne, Roy and Frc
open to the public free of charge. letters. You can not deny the ef- Wewahitchka; five sisters,
Port St. Joe's host band will be- fect or the importance of individ- Bertha Thomas, Mrs. Viola I
gin the contest Saturday morning ual letters to our elected officials. and Miss Olivia Catherine La
at 7-30 a.m. when they appear to They get results. Wewahitchka, Mrs. Thelma
play their concert pieces. The band y g r tham of Blountstown and Mra
You Can Help Again!
concerts will continue throughout How? By letting your wishes Sowell of Fort Knox, Ky.
tl e day until 6:30 p.m. with an be known. Write a letter to each Funeral services will be
hour out for lunch. Concerts will be of the following: from the Assembly of God C
played in the High School Gymna- of the following: from the Assembly of God C
'played in theym Rep. Ben C. Billiams, House of in Wewahitchka with Sister S
Representatives, Tallahassee, Fla. officiating. Time and date ar
The marching contest and show Sen. Luther Tucker, The Sen- incomplete. Burial will be i
willbegin at 7:00 p.m. at the foot, ate, Tallahassee, Fla. family plot at the Kemp Cem
ball field. An admission.charge has Rep. Mallory Home, Speaker Comforter Funeral Home
been set for this event at $1.00 for of the House, Tallahassee, Fla. charge of arrangements.
adults and 50c for students. The Sen. Wilson Carraway, Presi-
marching show will continue thru .dent of the Senate, Tallahassee,
9:50 p.m. Port St. Joe's highI1 Fla. supporting the Governor's pro
school band is scheduled to march Let them know, in your own Do your part Be a goo(
at 9:20 p.m. words, that you are in favor of zen Write your letters t
the Governor's Outdoor Recrea- Place your letters in enve
BABE RUTH LEAGUE tional Program and that you seal, address and stamp. Bt
OFFICIALS TO MEET want each of them to support not mail, leave at any listed
this program during the coming up station so that all letters c
All persons working with or in- legislative session, mailed at one time. Pick-up st
terested in working with the Babe REMEMBER are as follows:
Ruth League are urged to attend St. Joseph Peninsula Park de- Campbell's Drug Store, F
a meeting tonight at 7:30 at the velopment is a part of this pro- National Bank, The Star and
City Restaurant. gram. Speed this project along by Station WJOE.


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New Zoning Ordinance


Revised By


Changes of Restrictions Made

In Monument Avenue Vicinity


The City Commission's new com-
prehensive zoning ordinance ran
into some opposition Tuesday night
as several changes were sought in
stipulating values and building re-
strictions of certain areas of the
city.
Wade Barrier, Jr., appeared be-
fore the Board, which was schedul-
ed to hear the last reading of the
new ordinance and enact it into
law Tuesday, protesting the restric-
tions placed on the East side of
Monument Avenue.
The plan called for the West side
of Monument Avenue from Tenth
Street to 16th Street to have next
to the highest building restrictions
in the city. The East side of Monu-
ment was zoned so as to allow
multiple family dwellings to be con-
structed in the area.
Barrier protested that both sides
of Monument in this area should
be zoned alike, since dwellings on
both sides of the street already are
fairly comparable with one anoth-
er. He also pointed out that Monu-
ment was one of the best residen-
tial streets in the city having all
the services of good paving, side-
walks, curbs and underground gut-
ters.
The Commission agreed with
Barrier and changed Monument's"
restrictions to be the same on both
sides of the street.
Other changes made' were to
remove blocks 68, 69, and 70 from
the multiple family dwelling clas-
sification and change it to single
family dwelling area. These blocks
are just South of the canal between
Monument and Long Avenues.


to change the status of the block
in question back to residential with
Coldewey casting a "no" vote.
Street Closed
The Board agreed to close the
dead end portion of McClellan Ave-
nue extending beyond 17th Street.
Property owners on each side of
the street wish to purchase the pro-
perty and incorporate it into their
yard.
Other Business
In other business the Commission
decided to inspect the Centennial
Building in. a body for inspection
prior to setting up specifications
for painting the building.
The Board accepted a resolution
from the Port St. Joe Garden Club
to make Port St. Joe a "bird sanc-
tuary" city, prohibiting the-killing
of birds within the city limits.
The Commission agreed to con-
struct' a sidewalk beside the City
Hall on Williams Avenue to protect
the grass from being trampled on
by pedestrians.


Bernie Buzzett

Hurt in Accident,
Charles Bernard Buzzett was in-
jured Sunday afternoon about 5:00
p.m. in an auto accident in down-
town Port St. Joe.
According to police, Buzzett be-
gan to back out of a parking place
in front of Hurlbut Furniture Store
when he blacked out. His car con-


Dave May appeared asking that, tinued to back up and struck an
the block on Monument between auto parked beside Buzzett's car.
9th and 10th Streets from a Com- Buzzett was jarred out of the car
mercial to a residential zone. He and suffered head injuries from
felt that this should be done since striking the pavement.
it would provide protection for the
three homes already constructed on W. T. Kirkland Passes
the street.WSSS
Commissioner Coldewey stated Away In PanIama City
that it was his thought that the
area should be tagged Commercial William Thomas Kirkland, age
because of the possibility in the 83, passed away in a rest home
future of having to extend Reid in Panama City Monday after a lin-
Avenue to Palm Boulevard for bus- gering illness.
iness area. It was Coldewey's con- Funeral services were held Wed
tension that the stipulation for bus- nesday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. from
iness property should be set out the Sumatra Baptist Church with
now to serve notice on any purchas- burial in the family plot in Sumat-
er of the two vacant lots remaining ra Cemetery.
in the block. Mr. Kirkland had a host of rela.
In the end, the Commission voted tives and friends in Port St. Joe.

Dedication Services Set for Today

For Old St. Joseph Cemetery Marker


Dedication services will be held
today at 5:00 p.m. for a marker to
be placed on the old St. Joseph
Cemetery on the outskirts of Port
St. Joe.
Guest speaker for the occasion
will be Ralph S. Hager, Chief of
the Information and Education de-
nnartment of the Florida Park Ser-_


*lopes, vice.
ut do The invocation will be said by
pick- Dr. Thomas Harris, Pastor, First
:an be Methodist Church. The welcoming
nations address will be given by A. J.
Strickland, chairman of the Gulf
lorida County Commission. Jesse V.
Radio Stone, acting as master of cere-
imonies will introduce members of


the City Commission, Saint Joseph
Historical Society, Gulf County
Historical Commission and others
who have had a part in securing
the marker for the 130 year old
cemetery.
Mrs. Ned Porter will give a brief
history of the old cemetery. George
Y. Core, clerk of the court, will re-
ceive the marker which will be un-
veiled by Frank Hannon, Mayor of
the City of Port St. Joe.
Rev. C. Byron Smith, Pastor of
the First Baptist Church will pro-
nounce the benediction.
The public is cordially invited
to attend the ceremony this after-
noon.


Sharks Enter Second Week Of Spring Drills


Port St. Joe High School's foot-
ball Sharks are into their second
week of spring practice this week
preparing for a nine game sche-
dule for next fall.
According to Coach Marion Craig
some 40 boys are practicing daily
after school at the football stadium
to prepare for next season's con-
tests.
Of the nine planned games for
next season, one date is still open.
Coach Craig says that he hopes to
fill the open date with a home


game.
The Sharks will begin another
rebuilding program with this prac-
tice season which will continue
through April 26, to replace eight
graduating seniors who filled the
front ranks of the Sharks for last
year. Graduating lettermen are:
Gene Tindel, Bobby Wiley, Clifford
Wimberly, Harold Keels, Buddy
Kennington, Johnny Chafin, Lonnie
Smith and Tommy Williams.
Experienced men returning to
the Shark's roster for next season


are: Jimmy Goodman, Jerry Par-
rish, Rodney Herring, Charles Zim-
merman, Paul Robbins, Jimmy
Gainnie, Bob Craig, Al Cathey,
Eric Hammond, Bill Vervaeke and
Tommy Sisk.
New candidates for the team
showing up for spring practice
are: Dexter Atkinson, Johnny
Oakes, Albert Gentry, Ellis Stev-
ens, Charles Gibson, David Young,
David Dickey, Bobby Guilford,
Junior Nichols, Gil Shealy, David
Babbit, Pete Fox, Mike White, Ted


Whitfield, Joe Garcia, Larry Par-
ker, Jerry Branch, Joe Gersbacher,
Ray Ramsey, Dalton Tull, Jimmy
Cox, Larry Branch and Danny Raf-
field.
Coach Marion Craig told The
Star: "This squad will be less ex-
perienced than the group last year.
We have only seven men who have
had any appreciable. experience.
This means that our work this
Spring will determine to a great
extent the type of team that we
will have next Fall. Our players


realize this and are working hard
to improve themselves.
The schedule for the coming
season will be as follows: Sept. 20,
Apalachicola, away; Sept. 27, Mar-
ianna, away; Oct. 4, Milton, home;
Oct. 11, Walton, home; Oct. 18, Op-
en; Oct. 25, Chipley, away; Nov. 1,
Blountstown, away; Nov. 8, Boni-
fay, away; Nov. 15, Quincy, home;
Nov. 22, Apalachicola, home.

SUPPORT THE SHARKS-
SUPPORT THE *HARKII


Commission


The Boy Scouts of Troop 47
planted 500 pine seedlings in
the Boy Scout forest Saturday,
March 30.
The Scouts participating in
the planting were working on
their Soil and Water Conserva-
tion merit badge. The Scouts
working on this merit badge and
planting were: Billy Wager, Pete
Fox, Rex Buzzett, Norton Kil-
bourn, Robert Marlow, Eric Ham-
mond, Phillip Ivey, Tommy At-
chison, Bobby Elizey, Jerry
Wynn, Jake Belin, Boyd Merritt,
Billy Smith,. Roddy Bowdoin.
The planting was under the su-
pervision of the scoutmaster
John Simpson.'


Ranger Warns of

Forest Fire Danger
County Ranger Alton Hardy urg-
es everyone to stop burning woods
and fields until we have rain, as
the vegetation is tender dry, anq%
the high winds make burning a
hazardous job and the controlling
of a fire almost impossible..
Hardy reminds citizens of the
Forest Service motto: "Remember,
.Only You Can Prevent A Forest
Fire" and that it is best not to start
one.
"If you have to burn trash or a
garden, please do the burning at
night, and have sufficient lines
and manpower to control the fire
at all times during the burning,"
advised Hardy. "Don't carelessly
burn your neighbors home by be-
ing careless with fire. We, the
Florida Forest Service urgently ask
your cooperation in keeping fires
out of the woods. By your cooper-
ation, we can keep our forests for
recreation, food, shelter and cloth-
ing for our families."


Cancer Drive

Functions Listed
With April being "Cancer
Month" throughout Florida, the
Gulf County drive will begin to
roll with a number of activities de-
signed to acquaint the citizens of
the county with the purpose of the
funds being raised by the drive.
The activities which will be pre-
sented during the coming week are
as follows:
Thursday, April 4, 1:30 p.m. tele-
vision program from Panama City
about the cancer program in Gulf
county.
Saturday, April 6, Road block by
the Key Club.
Monday, April 8, Washington
High School poster contest awards.
Tuesday, April 9, Port St. Joe
Junior and Senior High School pos-
ter contest awards.
Tuesday, April 16, Kick-off activ-
ities at the St. James Parish House.


Collision Results

In $300 Damages


'Begin Sunday

ethodist Church
Revival services will begin Sun-
day, April 7, at the First Methodist
Church and continue through Fri-
day, April 12, according to an an-
nouncement made by the minister
Dr. Thomas S. Harris.
Visiting evangelist will be the
Rev. Leo Brannon, pastor of the
First Methodist Church of Samson,
Alabama.
The Rev. Brannon is one of the
leading younger ministers of the
Alabama-West Florida Conference,
having served with distinction sev-
eral of the conference churches in-
cluding the Park Street Church in
Troy, Alabama, and the Carrville
Church in Tallassee, Alabama.
In addition to his successful pas-
torates he has served as District
Director of Adult Work and Con-
ference Director of Adult Work. He


REV. LEO BRANNON
is presently a member of the Ala-
bama West Florida Conference
Board of Education.
He has done considerable writ-
ing having contributed numerous
articles to our various Church
School publications including Bible
Lessons for Youth, Round Table,
Tidings, Adult Quarterly and The
Christian Home.
Rev. Brannon holds a B.S. degree
from Troy State College, Troy, Ala-
bama, and a B.D. degree from the
Candler School of Theology, Emory
University, Atlanta, Georgia.
He is married to the former Mar-
tha Gauntt of Tallassee, Alabama,
and they have one son, Scott.
Services will be held at 7:00 amn.
each morning and at 7:30 pn.m. each
evening during the week.
A most cordial welcome is ex-
tended to all the people of Port St.
Joe to hear this outstanding young
minister.


Youth Baseball

Try-Outs Set
Player try-outs will be held on
the National League Field for the
Dixie Youth Baseball aspirants
from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. April 8, 9
and 10, according to Roy L. Burch,
league player agent.
All new players will be required
to be present and register with the
player agent on at least two of
these days. Any player who fails to
register will be unable to partie-
pate in the program this season un-
less he was sick or injured or a
new permanent resident moving
into the community after player se-
lection.
To be eligible to register a boy


Two automobiles were damaged must be between the ages of eight
approximately $300.00 worth Mon. and 12, inclusive, with their eighth
day afternoon about 5:00 p.m. as birthday falling on or before Au-
they collided in front of the Post gust 1 or their 13th birthday falling
Office on Highway 98. after August 1; A birth certificate
According to local police reports, will be required or proof of birth
Charles W. Boyer of Afton, Iowa date.
was driving South on the outside I Player selection will be held at
lane of the four lane street when the Port St. Joe High School Thurs-
he decided to visit the IGA Super- day, April 11. Only league mana-
market. He crossed into the inside gers and officials of Port St. Joe
lane without first looking back Dixie Youth Baseball, Inc., will be
and ran into the front of an auto- permitted to attend the player se-
mobile driven by James Perry Mc- elections.
Call, Jr. I New players selected will be an-
No charges were filed by local nounced at the league barbecue
police. Friday night, April 12.


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THE STAR

Published Every Thursday At 306 William Avenue, Port-:St. Joe, Florida
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Your Letters Needed for Park Benefit

The Legislature is now in session, and with this session
a measure will be introduced, under the urging of Governor
Farris Bryant, to create a new movement to secure vanishing
scenic localities throughout Florida for public parks. Along
with this, request of the Governor's goes a request for per-
mission to borrow a sum of money to improve these sites -for
use by the public.
Port St. Joe and Gulf County citizens should be very
-interested in this action by the Governor.
Should the Governor's plan and request be .carried out
by the Legislature, in all likelihood, the park on St. Joseph's
Spit will stand a good chance to be built by next summer.
If the measure fails, it will be at least three years-at a
minimum--to see construction begin. The land for the park
cannot be received from the Government until practically
the end .,of the ,Legislative session. This will allow no time
for a money bill to be presented and passed through the
Legislature in time to provide money for construction within
the next biennium. The Legislature will not meet again for
two years, and it would be at least another year before con-
structioncould begin.
St. oJseph Park is. already included -in the Governor's
plans for exploiting nature's abundance to Florida. Money
will be provided along with his plan. Inclusion in this plan
is the only hope for the St. Joseph Spit park to be built in
less.than three years. The only hope.
For this reason, we urge that you write letters requested
of you. some weeks ago supporting this plan of the Gover-
nor and addressed to the .appropriate people. (See story on
page one of this issue). Your, letters to Congressional and
stateleadeis before cut two to three years off the time needed
for securiing St. Joseph Spit. This is how powerful the pen
is. Use .this+power. again to speed up the construction of this
valuable facility on St. Joseph's Spit.
,.You did it before .let's do it again.
Your letters are needed by Saturday of this week. Write
them today and leave them at the collection stations for
group-mailing.


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U'"uu""mu' W Wayne Smith led The Sand Bar
BOWLING NEWS with his 576 series followed by
Troy McMillian's 406. The Sand Bar
-- has dropped to the cellar in the last
INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE two weeks by losing 7 out of the
By Lamar Moore last 8 games.
Laboratory knocked Electric Me- Team Standings W L
Pridgeon Agency -- 76 36
ter 3 to 1 behind good bowling Pat's Wonder Bar __- 72 40
from J. C. McArdle. Ruel White- Phillip's 66 69 43
hurst led Vitro to a sweep over Pate's Shell Service -- 61 51
helpless Pulp Mill. Wayne Smith's Custom Shop _____ 58 54
632 was too much for Back Main- Floyd Chevrolet ----____ 46 66
tenance as Glidden swept four Pylant's 36 76
points in their match. Ralph Moss The Sand Bar --_____ 32 80
and Dennis Arnold led Box Plant
past Paper Mill. COMMERCIAL LEAGUE
Team Standings W L By Jake Koller
Vitro Services ------- 76% 35% The Port St. Joe Stevedores have
Back Maintenance --- 61% 50% to wait another few weeks before
Pulp Mill 60 52 they can close the door op our
Laboratory 58 54 league. The league leaders saw
Box Plant 55 57 their lead get chopped 4 more
Electric Meter ------ 52 60 games last week as Costin's rose
Glidden Co. --_ 46 66 up and took their first complete
Paper Mill ---------39 73 sweep in 15 weeks. Jimmy Costin
led his team over the faltering
MERCHANT'S LEAGUE leaders with 569 including a 235
By D. L. Sickmon final game. Waring and Jake would
On alleys 1 and 2 The Big "O's" up with 548 and 536. Yank Zim-
from Pat's Wonder Bar met The merman topped the Stevedores
Custom Shop to come out a three with 518 followed by Ruel White-
game winner] Pat's had second high hurst's 517.
series for the alleys Monday night Alleys 3 and 4 saw Roche's come
with a 2478 Ray Medlin led them to life the last game for enough
with his 597 series, which was high pins to grab a split with the high
for the alleys as well. Jake Koller's flying Michigan Chemical team.
555 series followed Ray and was Ray Medlin rolled 530 to lead Mi-
third high for the alleys Monday.. chigan followed by Dean's 518.
The Custom Shop was led by Wayne Smith rolled 514 for Roche
Bob Freeman's 506 followed by with Lou Little close behind with
"Rich" Richardson's 448. 548.
Pylant's trimmed Floyd Chevro. Basil's cashed in on the Steve-
let for three games on 3 and 4 as dores four defeats by pulling three
Pylant's moved out of the cellar points away from Florida National
last week and increased their lead Bank. Lee Taylor rolled 523 and
from there Monday. Grady Dean Etheridge rolled 510 to lead Ba-
rolled a 446 to lead them. Peak fol- sil's. Basil also took third high
lowed with a 439 series, team game with 1007.
Wayne Ernst, after having some Bill Whaley rolled 555 followed
trouble the last few weeks, came by Louie Holland's 503 for the
back to lead Floyd with a 509 Cashiers.
George Small's 437 was second This puts our league into a pos-
high for Floyd. sible tight race. The Stevedores
Phillip's 66 fighting all the way still have a five game pad for the
for, a first or second place trophy lead but you will hear a rumor that
had to settle with a split with The this could just as easily be wiped
Pridgeon Agency who is hanging away as their 12 game lead two
onto a thin four game margin in weeks ago. I suggest no one stops
first place in the league. Thornton to look around or you might be
rolled a 522 series to lead Phillip's one notch lower in the standings.
followed very close by Winton Fer- Team Standings W L
rell, who rolled a 520. Winton roll- St Joe Stevedores -- 67 45
ed a 230 in his first game to lead Basil's Standard __ 62 50
the alleys this week, after last Costin's 55 57
week's 1603 series. Fla. National Bank 52% 59%
Pridgeon Agency was led by Michigan Chemical 50% 61 '2
Waring Murdock's 547 series with Roche Furniture -____ 49 63
a 218 game in his third to place
third for the alleys Monday night. MIXED LEAGUE
Jimmy Costin rolled a 501 to follow By L. D. Holland
Warring. Pridgeon rolled games of By L. D. Holland
873 and 855 to top the alleys Mon- On alleys 1 and 2 Friday night,
day to give them high series also Tom's Toasted Peanuts took four
of 2498. games from the Untouchables. High
Pate's Shell Service met The man for Tom's was Vance Rogers
Sanl Bar on 7 and 8 for a four game with a 419. Mary Brown led the
sweep. Pate's is hanging onto a girls with a 404. Randy and Judy
very thin lead for fourth place in McClain led the Untouchables with
the league. Billy Joe Richards a 521 and 391.
rolled a 529 series to lead Pate's as Addison Insurance took 4 games
usual, with Wayne Lighthill follow., from Ferrell Construction on alleys
ing with his 439 series. 3 and 4. Waring Murdock led Ad-


dison with a 615. This was second THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1963
high series for the alleys. Waring
and Evelyn were bowling for Ad- .
dison Friday night in the the ab- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Duffy Lewis. Abraham Baldwin Agricultural Col-
sence of Robert and Ann Whittle. Mr. Alford is working in the test- lege in Tifton, Georgia.
Evelyn Murdock led the ladies with ing and guidance department of
a 412. Lee Taylor led Ferrell with
a 416. Jo Ferrell was high for the
ladies with a 371.
The Big Four and St. Joe Furni-
ture met on alleys 5 and 6 with
the Big Four taking the four games.
Ray Medlin had high for the alleys ---
with a 660 to pace the Big Four.
Lois and Evelyn Smith tied for hon-
ors among the ladies with 385 each.
Jimmy Burke and Jean Dennis led
the losers with 435 and 369 respec-
tively.
Wayne Smith with 561 and Dor-
is Whitehead with 341 led Jim's
Shirt over Pacer's Four on alleys
7 and 8. Luis Holland paced the
Pacers with a 521. Elaine Ernst -
led the Pacer ladies with a 329.
The highlights for Friday night's \
action was Ray Medlin and Waring
Murdock. Ray had 211, 202 and a \
247 for a 660 series. Waring had a ..
200, 214 and a 201 for a 615 series.
Alley record for high game, Ray
Medlin, 247.
Alley record for high series, Ray
Medlin, 660.
League Standings W L
Jim's Trophy Center 25 19 FIRST SHOWING OF NEW
Big Four 24 20
Ferrell Construction 2 21 19 3 E INRUDES
The Untouchables ..21% 22%63 EVINRUDES

AddisonInsurance--- 2 2 Bring the family! Free refreshments!
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The family of Mrsu. u. .. iriner
acknowledges with deep apprecia-
tion every expresison of kindness
and sympathy shown during the
loss of our beloved mother.
The beautiful flowers, cards,
food and every deed of kindness is
sincerely appreciated. May God
bless each of you.
C. A. Griner, Apalachicola
Vernon Griner, Port St. Joe.
Lavern Griner, Apalachicola.
Mrs. Lee R. Brewer, Apalachicola

The Port St. Joe Garden Club
wishes to extend thanks to every-
one who helped in any way to make
the recent fashion show a success.
The generous cooperation of
many of you has been attributed to
the huge success of this year's
show.
Mrs. Terry Hinote, President
Port St. Joe Garden Club
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Charter No. 14902 Reserve District No. 6
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT
PORT ST. JOE IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS ON MARCH 18, 1963 PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO
CALL MADE BY COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, UNDER
SECTION 5211, U. S. REVISED STATUTES
ASSETS
1 (Cash halances with other banks, and cash items


in process of collection 1. ,028,615.58
United States Government obligations, direct
and guaranteed (Net of any reserves) 1,755,357.86
Obligations of States and political subdivisions
(Net of any reserves) 743,850.21
Corporate stocks (including $13,500.00 stock of
Federal Reserve Bank) (Net of any reserves) 13,500,00
Loans and discounts (including $35.16 overdrafts)
(Net of any reserves) 1,215,403.08
Bank premises owned $75,764.88, furniture and
fixtures $12,038.78 87.803.66
Other assets 30,126.70
TOTAL ASSETS 4,874,657.09
LIABILITIES
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships,
and corporations 3,485,521.08
Time an& savings deposits of individuals, partnerships-,---
and corporations 234,128.10
Deposits of United States Government
(including postal savings) 123,205.07
Deposits of States and political subdivisions -_-_-- 357,625.71
Deposits of banks 58,876.54
Certified and officers' checks, etc. 25,916.87
T03TAT DEPOSITS $4,285,273.37
(b) Tot~l Temnq;4 deppsits .. ,901,145.27
(b) Total time and sayings deposits 184,,2.40
Other liabilities 63,828.22
TOTAL LIABILITIES 4,349,101.59
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Capital Stock: Common stock, total par -__-___ 200,000.00
Surplus 250,000.00
Undivided profits 38,583.15
Reserves (and retirement account for
preferred stopk) 36,972.35
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 525,q55.50
TOTAL ~IAILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 4,874,67.0p


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MEMORANDLIM
24. Assets pledged or asisgred to seeqre liabilities
and for other purposes ip 751,613.73
I, Walter C. Dodson, President, of the above-named bank do hereby
declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of
my knowle4pge a belief...
WALTER C. DQDSON
We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report
of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the
best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct.
R. H. McINTOSH
TOM S. COLDEWEY Directors
J. C. BELIN
REPORT OF AN AFFILIATE OF A NATIONAL BANK
lepprt as of March 18, 1963, of Florida East Coast Railway Com-
pany, Jacksonville, Florida, which is affiliated with Florida National
Bank at Port St. Joe, Port St. Joe, Florida, Charter Number 14902, Fe4-
eral Reserve district number 6.
Kind of business of this affiliate: Railroad.
Manner in which above-named organization is affiliated with national
I bank, and degree of control: Majority of Florida East Coast Railroad
eommon stock pawne4 by St. J$oe Paper Cqmpany. The A. I. quPont
Estate owns controlling stook in both St. Joe paper Company and the
bank.
Borrowing from affiliated bank, including acceptance executed by
affiliated bank for account of affiliate and securities sold to
affiliated bank under repurchase agreement ---------__ $3,750.00
I, Walter C. Dodson, President, of Florida National Bank at Port
St. Joe, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best
of my knowledge and belief. I declare that it has or will be publlshed
in the manner prescribed by Section 5211, U.S.R.S., (12, U.S.C., sec 161),
within fifteen days from the date of receipt of the call for report of
condition by the Comptroller of the Currency.
WALTER C. DODSON
Owprn to0 pd subscribed before me this 2nd day of April, 1963.
VERNA M. SMITH, Notary Public.
tfateof Florida at large. 'My commissigr
(SEAL) expires April 30, 186,J,
REPORT OF AN AFFILIATE OF A NATIONAL BANK
Report as of March 18, 1963, of St. Joe Paper Company, Port St.
Joe, Florida, which is affiliated with Florida National Bank at Port St.
Joe, Port St. Joe, Florida, Charter Number 14902, Federal Reserve dis-
trict number 6.
Jind of bpsinpss qf tlhis affiliate: Manufacturer of paper pulp and
eentainers.
Manner in which above-named organization is affiliated with national
bank, and degree of control: Alfred I. duPont Estate owns controlling
stock in both bank and paper company.
Loans to pulpwood dealers secured by assignment of monies due from
paper company $232,883.04
I, Walter C. Dodson, President, of Florida National Bank at Port
St. Joe, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best
of my knowledge and belief. I declare that it has or will be published
in the manner prescribed by Section 5211, U.S.R.S., (12 U.S.C., sec. 161),
within fifteen days from the date of receipt of the call for report of
condition by the Comptroller of the Currency.
WALTER C. DODSON
Sworn to and sspbscribed before me this 2nd day of April, "19.,
(SEAL)
VERNA M. SMITH, Notary Public,
State of Florida at large. My commission
expires April 20, 1966.


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The evidence below will prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that WOOD'S DISCOUNT FOODLINER, on Feb. 28, 1963, did willfully
and maliciously murder Mr. HIGH FOOD PRICES in Port St. Joe and Gulf County. On March 13, 1963, three (3) grocery orders were
purchased from 3 supermarkets in Port St. Joe. These 3 supermarkets are friendly with stamps, coupons and other costly gim-
micks. This staggering evidence was presented to the jury. The jury was swayed by the Everyday Low Prices and asked the
judge to adjourn court for the day. The judge and jury departed immediately to WOODS DISCOUNT FOODLINER an took advantage
of their evedyday low prices. They also checked the positive evidence that is on display in the Discount Foodliner.
The jury cautions the people of Port St. Joe not to be MISLED by 10 or 20 Week-end Specials ED WOODS features over 4000
everyday low prices on his shelves he guarantees you the lowest prices in Gulf County EVERYDAY!


Evidence Below Marked Exhibit 'A' YOU BE THE JUDGE!


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LARGE TIDE package 31c 33c
BETTY CROCKER
CAKE MIXES package 33c 39c
SESSION'S
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SOFT WEVE
TOILET TISSUE 2 roll pkg. 23c 27c
SNOWY or
LESTARE BLEACH jar 41c 49c
FLOOR WAX
JOHNSON'S GLO-COAT quart 82C 91c
FRUIT OF THE VINE
WELCH'S PRESERVES 20 oz. 45c 49c
KELLOGG'S
VARIETY PAK package 39c 45c
INSTANT
MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE 10 oz. $1.26 $1.39
CAMPBELL
TOMATO JUICE 46 oz. 29c 35c
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
PIZZA MIX package 39c 49c
KRAFT
MAYONNAISE quart 51c 63c
HENDERSON
SUPERFINE SUGAR 5lb. 53c 57c
GRAVY TRAIN
DOG FOOD 25 lbs. $2.59 $2.89
LOG CABIN SYRUP 24 oz. 49c 59c
CARNATION
INSTANT DRY MILK 14 qt. size 9'9c $1.15
LIQUID DIET
METRECAL 6 pak $1.39 $1.59
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LIPTON TEA '2lb. 73c 85c
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DEL MONTE RAISINS 15 oz. pkg. 25c 31c
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ROBIN HOOD 10 LB. BAG
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CHOPS
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, APRIL 4,-1963


OLD ANCHOR FOUND
Pictured above are L. Woods (left) and M. C. Woods (right), who
found the old anchor in St. Joseph's Bay two weeks ago. The anchor
dating back more than 100 years, was found in the bay off Simmon's
Bayou in approximately 18 feet of water by the Woods with their
shrimp trawler, "The Three Sisters".

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


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You Are Welcome To The
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10th St. NW. and Victoria Avenue Highland View, Florida
Rev. JAMES J. HILL, Pastor


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP 11:15
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30
MID-WEEK SERVICE (Wednesday) .... 7:30
YOUTH SERVICE (Friday) 7:30
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But Simple Health Rules Help Chase the Sniffles!
Any mother knows that a child needs sufficient rest, a' sound
diet and warm, dry clothing to avoid lowered resistance and
susceptibility to cold germs. But why not help your child to.
help himself avoid colds, by following these simple rules of
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Don't share drinking cups or food utensils with others.
" Always wash hands before eating.and observe strict rules of
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" Always don outdoor clothing before going out, and remove
heavy outside clothing when indoors.
If a Child Catches a Cold:


Take care immediately, keep him
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George Tapper Tells Rotary Club Of
FN ure Of Floridas Turnpike Construction
George Tapper, who is currently it needed to get into business.
working on a portion of the Flor- Guests of the club Thursday were
ida State Turnpike extension, spoke Tom Gibson of Huntsville, Ala.;
.o the Rotary Club Thursday, us- Tom Johnson of Decatur, Ala., Wil-
ing vs his subject, the current ex- liam Randolph of Apalachicola and
tension program and the future of Bob Willoughby of Panama City.
the turnpike.
Tapper observed that the current
Turnpike construction would prob- WMS Circle 1 Has
ably be the last toll road construct-
ed in the United States, what with Business Meeting
the advent of the Interstate High-
way program in progress through- The WMS Number One of the
out the nation, providing free ex- First Baptist Church met at the
pressways for faster travel. church Monday afternoon for the
Tapper said that the original
appear saido thae t the original regular monthly business meeting
plans for the current extension of with the president, Mrs. W. J.
the Sunshine Parkway were to go
the Suin to direction of Jacksonville. In-to go Daughtry, presiding and the devo-
in to direction of Jacksonville. In- tional being brought from Psalms
teistate Highway construction has 109:4 and James 5;16. The topic of
been instrumental in changing this the devotional was "Prayer".
plan.
Tapper is currently working on During the business session good
an extension of the pike which will reports were given from all chair-
go from Fort Pierce to Wildwood. men and committees. Mrs. Daugh-
At Wildwood, it will link up with try asked all to be much in prayer
Interstate Highway 75 which brings for the revival beginning April 15
traffic from the north and midwest and running through April 21.
into Florida. At Wildwood the In- All WMS members are urged to
terstate Highway curves toward be present next Monday at 3:00
Tampa and the Parkway will pick p.m., for the Royal Service program
up the traffic going to Miami and and Circle 4 will be in charge.
vicinity. Mrs. Daughtry closed the meet-
ing with prayer.
To finance the current construc- .
tion and refinance old construction Visit Over Week End
all under one bond issue, it was Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Porter and
necessary to float a $157 million daughter, Sally, of Palatka, visit-
bond issue, to be repaid with reve- ed here last week end with friends.
nues from the Pike. Currently reve- --
nues from the toll road are more Spends Week End With Parents
than meeting the obligations of the Miss Peggy Pyle, student at Chi-
bonds. pola Junior College in Marianna,
Tapper told the Club that West spent last week end here with her
Florida representation in the Legis- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Pyle.
lature was responsible for getting
the original Turnpike program un- Visitors From Tallahassee
derway. He reported that the West Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Scisson of
Florida delegation voted solid to Tallahassee were in town last week
approve the setting of the Turnpike attending to business.
Authority, giving the extreme
South Florida delegation the-votes send The Stai to a frieant.


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1 Cup Apricot Nectar 4 Eggs
% Cup Crisco Oil V2 Cup Sugar
Mix cake mix, sugar, oil and nectar to-
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in tube pai at 325 degr.'es for' hour in
oven.
Mix 1 cup powdered sugar and juice of
1 lemon. Pour over cake while still warm
to make a glaze.


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Pet Ritz-2 Shells
PIE CRUST - 2 pans 37c
McKenzie
CUT OKRA - 6 pkgs. 99c
McKenzie Speckled 10 Oz. Pkg.
BUTTER BEANS - pkg. 19c
Apalachee Bay
BREADED SHRIMP 10 oz. pkg. 59c
Hi Acres
DRANGE JUICE 3 cans 79c


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Coffee an 49c
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THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1963


Fishing Improvement BiltPromises

More andlBeter Fishing For Florida

TALLAHASSEE-Florida's fish- licenses be set aside for fishing
ermen can look forward to more improvement.
fish and better fishing under the Other provisions in the bill in-
proposed Fresh Water Fishing Im- clude a framework for establish-
provement Bill. The bill, which ment of fish management areas
would increase the cost of fishing through a cooperative agreement
licenses one dollar is sponsored by between the Game and Fresh'Wa-
the Florida Wildlife Federation ter Fish Commission and the
and other active sportsmen's Board of County Commissioners in
groups, and will be introduced dur- which such fish management areas
ing the 1963 legislative session, are located. All fishermen, except
said A. D. Aldrich, director, Game residents more than sixty-five
and Fresh Water Fish Commis- years of age and children under
sion. 15, would be required to have a
In explaining the provisions of license to fish on such areas.
the bill, Aldrich stated, we have According to Aldrich, passage of
proven that with modern fish man- the bill would be the first change
agement techniques we can im- the bill would be the first change
provethe fisherman's catch. All in fishing license requirements in
that is needed is revenue to an- over 20 years. The fishing license,
that is needed is revenue to an- a e l i 1 prvde-
swer the problem of providing adas established in 1943, provides a
swer the problem of providing ad- b m o f m a
ditional fish and fishing areas fo bare minimum for fish manage-
dition increasing population of fish- ment. If Florida's fishing is to im-
an increasing population of fish- p it f m
ermen. The big question facing the prove, its fisheries management,
Commission is not fish manage- program must be accelerated,
ment, but the cost of fish manage- which would be possible under the
ment. The Fresh Water Fishing provisions of the Fresh Water Fish-
Improvement Bill provides that ing Improvement Bill.
the one dollar increase on fishing


In Gownsmen Order

At Sewanee Univ.


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Sewanee, Tenn.-Harry Living-
ston Babbit, Jr., son of the Rev.
and Mrs. H. L. Babbit of 116 Hun-
ter Circle, Port St. Joe, is a mem-
ber of the Order of Gownsmen for
the second semester at the Univer-
sity of the South, Sewanee, Tennes-
see, according to a statement made
this week by the Dean of the Col-
lege, Robert S. Lancaster.
This unique student order was
founded irl 1873 when a group of
upperclassmen accepted responsi-
bility for maintaining student tra-
ditions including the Honor Code
and petitioned the faculty to mark
absent from class any of their mem-
bers who failed to appear in a
black academic gown. The custom
has persisted and today Sewantt's
Order of Gownsmen constitutes the
governing members of the student
body. They wear black gowns to all
classes and on al academic occa-
sions.
Membership in the Order is an-
nounced each semester, as a gowns-
man must maintain an academic
average of at least 2.00 and 2:25


First Phase Of St. Joseph Spit Park

Cost Estimated Aa $245,000 By State


CHIEF and MRS. EUGENE LEWIS


Chief Gene E. Lewis Piped Ashore
Chief Gene F. Lewis, an instruc- During his tour of duty at the
tor at the Naval School Explosive Naval Propellant Plant, Lewis was
Ordnance Disposal, Indian Head, very active in the Boy Scouts and
Maryland, transferred to the Fleet served as Scoutmaster for Indian
Reserve on February 27 after serv- Head Troop 253. .
ing 20 years in the U. S. Navy. Chief Lewis, Dorothy, his wife,
i es h d at a, and their four children, Diane, 13
Chief Lewis was honored at a e ld .. .
....... .o yearss old; David, 11, Michael, 3;
luncheon at the Chief Petty Off- and Timothy, 4 months, plan to live
cer's Club given by his fellow ship- in Port St. Joe, where Gene plans
mates, to go into radar or electronic work.
for seniors and juniors, respective- campus on the Cumberland Plateau
ly, and 3.00 for sophomores, and has an enrollment in the col-
The University of the South is lege of arts and sciences of 700
owned by twenty-one dioceses of men.
the Protestant Episcopal Church. It -
is located on a ten-thousand acre ATTEND PTA


The Florida State Park Service
has developed preliminary plans
for the proposed state park on St.
Joseph Peninsula. These prelimi-
nary plans were made known about
two weeks ago and show that the
Florida State Park Service has ev-
try intention of making this area
into one of the finest and most ful-
ily developed state parks in the
state. At a meeting in Tallahassee
last Friday with the Park Director,
VWalter A. Coldwell, the cst anal-
ysis of the first phase of construc-
tion was revealed to local chairman
Jesse V. Stone. It is planned that
full development of this park will
take about 10 years. The initial de-
velopment will be made and the
park opened to the public.
The first phase of construction
is planned as listed below. How-
ever, it should be pointed out that
the execution of these plans are
dependent upon the legislature ap-
propriating the funds during the
coming legislature for this develop-
ment. This too, is dependent upon
securing official release of the land
from the federal government be-
fore the legislature can act. Also,
it should be noted that the Park
Board had submitted its budget be-
fore this project came up and
could not go back and add this item
to it since their budget had already
gone through the budget commit-
tee. When this information became
known, Stone met with Governor
Bryant with the outcome that the
Park Service was to determine the
cost of initial construction and
turn in to his office and the Gover-
nor would have the park budget re-
turned to the budget committee
with this item included as a sup
elementary request. It is Stone's
feebng that Governor Bryant will
actively support this appropriation
as he has supported this project
actively in the past.
Proposed Cost Development
Entrance station and entrance
x ay, $12,000.00.
Park headquarters and office,
$10,000.00.
Residences (two), $23,000.00.
Picnic area restrooms (entrance


area), $12,500.00.
Boat docks and marina facilities,
(Eagle Harbor), $40,000.00.
Concession, showers, restrooms
(Marina), $22,000.00.


Beach area restrooms, $15,000.00.
Complete camping area, $25,-
000.00.
Water system, $15,000,00.
Service area and shop, $12,500.00.
Archaeological research, $10,000.
Life guard and first aid station,
$5,000.00.
Picnic shelters, $30,000.00.
Incinerator, $3,000.00.
Total project cost, $245,000.00.


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WASHINGTON, D. C.-"I may be
too easily fooled," says the editor
of McCall's," ". .or perhaps too
respectful of those who devote
their lives to teaching-but I fail
to find around me the total educa-
tional collapse I expect after read-
ing the magazines and newspapers
and foundation reports. I find stu-
dents showing me an impressive ar-
ray of talents, and I am not inclin-
ed io assume that this is in spite
of tneir training."
John Mack Marter, writing in
April Golden Anniversary issue of
the NFA Journal, monthly maga
zine of the National Education As-
sociation, admits that, as a'maga-
zine editor, he sometimes feels
"that I am a bit of a misfit in that
I do not in every issue of McCall's
chastise our schools and the na.
tion's educational program. It has
become tempting as a national pas-
time: Johnny can't read; Johnny's
teacher doesn't teach; his school
plant is inadequate; his school
board is reactionary; his PTA is
overzealous; his curriculum is in-
ferior to Russia's; his textbooks
are subversive."
Teaching may have changed
somewhat, Carter says, what with
teaching machines, a u d i visual
equipment, TV, therapists, special-
ists, and the multiplicity of IQ,
GCT, personality, aptitude and vo-
cational guidance tests.
But the teachers haven't chang-
ed. Today's teachers, "I have every
reason to believe, are just as dedi-
cated as the ones who taught me in
school."

Planning to Move?
Tell Social Security
Social Security beneficiaries who
have moved recently or plan to
move shortly should notify the So-
cial Security office immediately,
according to John V. Carey, District
Manager of the Panama City So-
cial Security Office. Failure to no-
tify the Social Security office can
mean a delay in receipt of your So-
cial Security check.
Ordinarily, once a beneficiary is
on the rolls, monthly Social Secur-
ity checks come routinely and
promptly, Carey added. However, a
change in address that is not re-
ported can temporarily stop pay-
ments, with the grave risk that a
check may be stolen or misdirected,
requiring a time-consuming recov-
ery process. Many beneficiaries
neglect to report their new address
until their next check is due and
express surprise that it has not fol-
lowed them on to their new resi-
dence. To avoid this, Carey said,
the Social Security office should be
notified promptly either in person
or by mail. Those reporting by mail
mya use Form OA-C668 or send in
a note over their signature showing
both the old and new address and
the Social Security number under
which benefits are received. The
deadline for getting checks to a
new address without delay is the
15th of the month, Carey conclud-
ed. Of course, the post office should
also be notified, but the address on
the check will not be changed by
such a notice.
The Social Security Office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son Ave., Panama City, PO 3-5331.

Vet Service Officer
To Visit Next Week
Veterans of Gulf County, who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Jim Weant, Assist-
ant State Service Officer.
Weant will visit this area next
week for the purpose of helping
veterans or their dependents in
filing claims for Compensation Ben-
efits or solving their insurance
problems. This free service includes
assistance to employers of veterans
under the GI Bill, Vocational Train-
ing, Subsistence or other problems.
- During his visit in this area,
Weant may be contacted at the
office of the County Service Ofif-
cer, 104 Bayview Drive, Highland
View, on Friday, April 12 at 8:30
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Proclamation
WHEREAS, the President of
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 progress
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 inten-
sify its efforts to bring life-sav-
ing facts to the public, to im-
prove the care of the cancer pa-
tient, and to accelerate its cancer
research programs;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Frank
Hannon, by virtue of the author-
ity vested in me as Mayor of the
City of Port St. Joe, do hereby
proclaim April, 1963, as
CANCER CONTROL MONTH
in Port St. Joe, Florida, and
urge that every citizen of our
City observe this month through
increased support of the Ameri-
can Cancer Society by learning
the facts about cancer that are
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1963
this disease.
/s/ FRANK HANNON,
Mayor
City of Port St Joe
(SEAL)
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/s/ J. B. WILLIAMS
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.THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1963


'-.In U. *s 4 The Chairman announced that
317 Williams Ave. the next business to be considered
Free Parking would be to continue the discuss-
Free Parking ion on the Jail requirements that
Drive-In Window Service began at the last meeting. It was
the unanimous decision of the
Board that a written recommend-
Minutes of the ation from the Department of Ag-
County Commission riculture, Department of Correct-
ions, be filed with this Board in
order that full information b e
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA available in consideration what
March 26, 1963 steps the Board should take to re-
The Board of County Commiss- novate the present jail. The Clerk
loners of Gulf County Florida, met was instructed to write to the Com-
this date in regular session with missioner of Agriculture for this
the following members present: information. The matter to be
A. J. Strickland, Chairman, Leo tabled.
Kennedy, S. C. Player, Walter Gra- Hon. Robert M. Avent, Attorney
ham and James G. McDaniel. The for the St. Joe Paper Company.
Clerk, Deputy Sheriff, Attorney, thanked the Board for its action
Engiheer and Road Superintent and informed the Board that the
were also present. State of Florida through its Divis-
The meeting came to order at ion of Corrections has a service
6:30 P. M. The Clerk opened the that is available to the County that
meeting with prayer, will make the necessary recomm-
The following bids were receiv- endations as to jail requirements
ed to furnish the County one Self- and that the Federal Bureau of
Propelled Rubber Tired Roller as Prisons will supply -the same type
Per Notice to receive bids publish- information.
ed according to law, to-wit: The Chairman told the Board
Joe Money Machinery Company, that many Gulf County citizens
Inc.; 1-Austin-Western Gasoline are complaining about the old
Unit, $7,622.00; 1 Austin-Western- Drive-In Theatre screen in High-
Diesel Unit, $8,843.00. land View; they want it removed
Buford Equipment Company, Inc. because it is a hazard to the Child-


1 SP-312 TampoRoller Gasoline;
$7,722.00; 1 SP312 TampoRoller-
Diesel, $8.622.00.
Leary and Owens Equipment Co.
Inc. 1 Rex Model Rex-Pac Gas-
oline, $7,841.00; 1 Rex Model Rex
Pac Diesel, $8,591.00.
After consideration, Commiss-
ioner McDaniel made a motion to
purchase the Rex Model RexPac as
offered by Leary and Owens Equip-
ment Company with the diesel
power unit at $8,591.00. The motion
did not receive a second and the
Chairman declared the motion
dead.
Commissioner Player told the
Board that he thought the County
should purchase the equipment
offered by the Burford Equipment
Company because parts can be ob-
tained from Marianna, Florida, in
less than one day and even though
their Roller Cost $31.00 more than
the lowest bid, the County would
more than save that amount in time
when parts are needed. Commiss-
ioner Player moved to purchase the
SP-ower12 TampoRoller with diesel
power unit at $8,622.00, seconded
by Commissioner Graham. Upon
vote the following voted: AYE:
Player, Graham, Kennedy and the
Chairman. NAY: McDaniel.
j Pursuant to notice to receive bids
to furnish the County 375 Bbls ce-
ment delivered to Oak Grove and
1125 Bbls cement delivered to
White City, the following bids were
received:
Pridgeon Building Suppliers; 375
BbIs to Oak Grove at $5.24 Bbl,
1125 Bbls to White City at 5.31 Bbl.
St. Joe Hardware Company; 375
Bbls to Oak Grove at $5.24 ,Bbl
1125 Bbl to White City at $5.24 Bbl.
Wewahitchka Hardware Com-
pany; 375 Bbl to Oak Grove at
$5.24 Bbl, 1125 Bbl to White City
at $5.31 Bbl.
Whereupon, there was a motion
by Commissioner Kennedy, second
by Commissioner Player and Un-
animously carried that the County
purchase the Cement as offered by
the St. Joe Hardware Company at
$5.24 per Bbl.


From the Florida Agricultural Ext

LAWNS NEED CONST

TO BE KEPT HAPPY,

By HERVEY SHARPE
Lawns, like ladies, need constant
attention to be made happy.
But remember, it is safer to
make lawns green with envy. So,
don't carry this simile too far, or
you will have a tough problem in
the house rather than a turf prob-
lem around the house.
Keeping a lawn happy at this
time of the year is based on the
economic principle of labor and
capital. You will most likely mea-
sure the labor by the number of
blistered palms needed to clear the
winter debris, and the neighbor's
March blown clutter from the yard.
By removing the top covering of
trash, you'll get rid of insect-sid-
ing and disease-harboring places.
A second raking is often a good
idea as it removes the winter-killed
sprigs of grass and keeps the lawn
from looking as if it had been us-
ing "that greasy kid stuff".
The next step is to feed the ever-
hungry grass. Unless you are an ex-
pert, don't try broadcasting the
plant food by hand. Most likely
you'll end up with zebra-striped
grass due to your skip-and-miss sys-
tem of application.

ren playing in that area and it
looks bad to the public. The Clerk
was directed to write letter to the
Martin Theatre, Columbus, Ga., and
request that the screen be removed
Commissioner McDaniel discus-
sed the matter of County funds on
time deposit and requested the
Clerk to inform the Board as to
said funds. The Clerk informed the
Board that under Chapter 136.04
F'orida Statutes, the County. may
create a fund to be called "Time
Deposit"; that said fund is made
up of money belonging to the sov-
eral county funds that will not be
required to meet the county oper-
ating expense for a period of th :ee
months; that the county depository
may pay interest quarterly in said
fund and that' the total amount now
in the "Time Deposit" fund is $112,
250.65. Hon. David Gaskin, Attor-
ney for the Board recommended
that the two Banks in Gulf County
be invited to submit a proposal to
the Board as to the amount of in-
terest that will be paid on "Time
Deposit" funds.
The Florida Engineering Assoc-
iates presented plans for the streets
in Oak Grove and discussed said
plans. Upon motion by Commis-
sioner McDaniel, seconded by Com-
missioner Graham and duly carried,
said plans were approved and turn-
ed over to the Road Superinten-
dent.
There being no further business
the meeting did then adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core A. J. Strickland
Clerk Chairman


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LIKE WOMEN
Even if you are forced to join
the economic craze of deficit fi-
nancing, it is best to rent a fertili-
zer distributor from the man who
will sell you the fertilizer on credit.
The distributor which puts out
20 or so tiny bands of fertilizer is
just fine for the powdery type fer-
tilizer. However, you'd best make a
fe wtest pushes of the machine
across the lawn to get the feel of
the operation before you get down
to serious business. Remember, if
you zig where you should have zag-
ged, your mistakes will show up as
yellow and green grass.
To prevent this, take a sober
breath before making each swath
across the lawn.
Also, adjust the machine to ap-
ply only half as much fertilizer as
recommended by your county ag-
ricultural agent, and make two ap-
plications one application go-
ing east and west, and another go-
ing north and south.
Smart gardeners save a few
pounds of fertilizer for later use-
just in case they skip a blade or
two of grass.
The "whirly-bird" type fertili.
zer distributor is fine for the un-
selfish gardener. Using pellet-type
plant food, this machine can toss
the shot-like material twenty feet
or more. Out in the fiddle of the
lawn most gardeners are happy to
see the pellets fly far and wide,
but as they near their property
line there is a tendency to slow
down to keep from slinging plant
food into the neighbor's yard
So, keep a brisk pace when you
are approaching your neighbor's
property line or he will think that
you are slowing down because of
ol dage, or because you are selfish.
The analysis of fertilizer to ap-
ply is always a problem. The kind
often depends on soil type. Sandy
soils are hungry soils, and demand
more fertilizer than richer loamy
earth.
For faster greening power use a
plant food that is high in inorganic
nitrogen. For slow, long-lasting
plant food use a fertilizer that con-
tains some nitrogen from an or-
gar.ic source. The total "go power"
of a fertilizer is listed on the bag
as the amounts of N-P-K. So, read
the label before you buy.
Today there is a fertilizer for al-
most every purpose. Some mixtures
claim to include dog, cat and insect
repellents. The kind you use is the
kind that you can afford. What gar-
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8Classifiec

FOR RENT: On St. Joe Beach. 3-
bedroom, two bath unfurnished.
Two 2-bedroom furnished. In city,
two 1-bedroom houses furnished.
,Smith's Pharmacy. tfc-1-10
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave.
Phone 227-7421. tfc-8-28
FOR RENT: Nice large bedrooms.
Meal may be arranged for. Call


THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1963 FOR RENT: Furnished two bed-
room apartment at 522% 3rd St.
$45.00 per mo. Water furnished.
Phone 227-8646. tfc-4-4
FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom house
A d on Monument Ave. Call Mrs. No-
...s ra Duren, 227-5471. tfc-4-4
FOR RENT: Trailer space in Oak
Grove. Sewer and water. $14.00
at 509 10th St. or phone 227- month. Phone L. C. Davis, 227-7059.
4832. 2tc-3-21
LOTS FOR SALE: In Phillip's Sub-
FOR RENT: Unfurnished large 2- division on the Intra-Coastal Ca-
bedroom house, Phone 227-8536 nal at Overstreet. Small down pay-
after 5:00 p.m. tfc-3-28 ment., up 'to three years to pay.
For information contact Mrs. L. T.
FOR RENT: Small two bedroom Ari.old, Max Kilbourn or iR. j
house at 910 Woodward Ave. Un- Prows, Jr., Phone 227-4991. [.fe
furnished, $35.00 per month. Ph.
227-3661 or 229-2295. tfc-3-28 FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on


St. Joe Beach. Carport and stor-
age room, cypress paneled thruout.
Will finance. Call J. C. Traweek,
648-3196 after 5 p.m. or week ends.
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom home, 2,000
feet floor space. 2 full baths
large fenced back yard, garage and
utility. Close to school. Well estab-
lished landscaping. 1027 Long Ave.
Contact Ed Ramsey.


FOR SALE: 2 story unfurnished 2
bedroom home, 1508 Long Ave.,
$5,500. Also, furnished 2 bedroom
brick home and small apartment,
1031 Long Ave., $11,000. Phone
648-4128. 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 inter-
ested phone 227-5261, George H.
Wimberly, Jr. tfc-10-4
FOR SALE: 15 cu. ft. deep freezer.
Chest type. Good condition. See
Courtney Martin at St. Joe Beach
after 5:00 p.m. or call 648-4416. Itp
FOR SALE: 119%' x 79' lot at Jones
Homestead, $500. Can be bought
on time with down payment. Phone
227-5856. Bobby Smith. ltp


FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom frame
house, panel walls, tile floor. At
White City. Large 85x160 lot. See
or call David Rich for more infor-
mation. Day phone 227-2522. Nite
phone 229-2575. tfc-2-28
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: Lots at Mexico Beach,
$1250.00, $25.00 down, $10.00 per
mo. R. L. Fortner, 648-3241. 3tc
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom block house
near beach, at Mexico Beach,
$5,000. $500 down, $50.00 per mo.
R. L. Fortner, Ph. 648-3241. 3-28
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.
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
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
LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY with Dex-
A-Diet. A full week's supply only
98c. Campbell's Drug Store. 4tp14
FOR SALE: Lots in Oak Grove. $25
down and $25 month. Phone 227-
3716. tfc-2-21
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Bufofd Griffin, Phone 227-7011
for quick expert service. tfc


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.
ALCOHOl.108 ANONYMOUS Met
every Wedaeoday night, 8:00 .m.n
at Parish Bease, 809% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3331 for
tfrther ifWtSaton or write P. 0.
Box 585. st
WILLI1 V. ROWAN, POST 114,
THKB AMJUIOAN LUGION, Meet-
Ing first sad third Tuesadey
nights, 8: p.Lm. America Lelm
Home.


SAMARITX N LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-l- este second and Sourth
Thursday, 1:00 p.m. In AmerIcan
Legion Ha l. All member. urged to
attend.
Noble OGrad: Bmmebt DmaleU
Secreta.7: .J 0. MartLn.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph aC apter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. AU visit-
ing companion welcome.
Edgar L. Smith, High Priest
Roy L,: trch, Secretary
THERE WILl BE a regular com-
munication of Port St Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. % A. M., every first
and third Thiu sday at 8:00 p.m.

ROY K. B KSEAR, Se
ROBERT L CREAMER, W. M.


Time Is Short for
Filing Tax Returns
J. D. CLARK
Prompt fwd efficient.
INCOME 1AY: SERVICE
1017 lng Avenue
THIS WEEK'S SPOTLIGHT SPE-
CIAL at SURPLUS SALES OF
ST. JOE. TWO COMPLETE TWIN
SIZE HOLLYWOOD BEDS, OF


POLYURETHANE. The greatest
"Bedtime Story" since sleep began.
ALL NEW and including sparkling
,old button padded headboards
and legs. A regular $139.00 value.
ONLY $109.95. Come in today and
see and examine this outstanding
buy at Surplus Sales of St Joe. 201
Monument Avenue, across from the
Post Office.
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-
nie 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
Notice is hereby given that, pur-
suant to a Final Decree of Fore-
closure entered in cause numbered
2254, in the Circuit Court of Gulf
County, Florida, I will sell the pro-
perty situated in Gulf County, Flor.
ida, described as:
Commencing at the SE corner
of S%2 of S% of NE% of NEV%
and run West 283 feet to the
SW corner of J. D. Land tract
of land, for point of beginning,
thence run West 150 feet;
thence run North 250 feet;
thence run East 150 feet;
thence run South 250 feet to
the Point of Beginning, being
in Section 32, Township 5
South, Range 9 West, contain-
ing 9/10 of an acre more or
less.
at public sale, to the highest bid-
der for cash at the front door of
the Gulf County Courthouse in We.
wahitchka, Florida, between 11:00
a.m., and 2:00 p.m. on April 15,
1963.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Court Seal)
Goldman, Presser & Lewis
By: Sidney E. Lewis
Attorney. -
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
City of Port St. Joe intends to va-
cate, abandon, discontinue and
close that portion of McClellan
Avenue in the City of Port St. Joe
lying between Lot 1, Block 106, and
Lot 5, Block 104, of St. Joseph's
Addition to the City of Port St. Joe.


and to renounce and disclaim any
right of the City and public in and
to said portion of said street.
Any interested persons who may
be affected by said action may ap-
pear and be heard at a regular
meeting of the City Commission on
April 16 1983, at 8:00 p.m. at the
City Hall
J. B. WILLIAMS
City Auditor and Clerk
City of Port St. Joe
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
City Commission of the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida, will hold a
public hearing at its regular meet-
ing on May 7 1963, at 8:00 p.m.
at the City Hall, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, on the final adoption of Ord-
inance No. 5, being a comprehen-
sive zoning plan of the City of Port
St. Joe, at which meeting all par-
ties in interest and citizens shall
have an opportunity to be heard.
J. B. WILLIAMS.
City Auditor and Clerk
City of Port St. Joe
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
PROBATE,
In Re: Estate of
SAMUEL BLAIR SHUFORD,
deceased.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
ADMINISTRATRIX
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that I
have filed my final returns as ad-
ministratrix of the estate of Samuel
Blair Shuford, deceased; that I
have filed my petition for final dis-
charge, and that I will apply to the
Honorable S. P. Husband, County
Judge of Gulf County, Florida, on
April 29, 1963 for approval of the
same and for final discharges ad-
ministratrix of the estate of Sam-
uel Blair Shuford, deceased.
/8/ LOIS HILL SHUFORD,
Administratrix of the Estate
of Samuel Blair Shuford, de-
ceased.
April 4, 1963. 4t-srs

Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, April 8
Ham and potatoes, cheese wed-
ges, turnip greens, fruit salad, corn
bread and butter and milk.
Tuesday, April 9
Sloppy Joe on buns, buttered
corn, cabbage slaw, candied sweet
potatoes, butter and milk.
Wednesday, April 10
Roast beef with gravy, cooked
cabbage, tomato cup, hot biscuit
and butter, jelly and milk.
Thursday, April 11
Egg salad, frozen green butter
beans, sliced tomatoes, white bread
and butter, Easter candy and cook-
ies and milk.


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Mrs. H. E. Rich Honored With Dinner

Party On Her 83rd Birthday

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rich. were D... te R ort
hosts Sunday at their home in eeg Ies -eport
White City at a dinner party hon- *o jentioM
oring Mrs. H. E. Rich, mother of E. %i Conventionl
J. Rich, on her 83rd birthday.
-The table was decorated with .By PAULA LOVETT
pink roses and was centered with and JIMMY GOODMAN
a large .birthday cake.
Relatives and friends attending The delegates from the Port St
the party were: Mr. and Mrs. John Joe High School Student Counci
Rich, Eddy, Carlton and Larry; Mr. returned from the State Conventiot
and Mrs. Jack Sheffield, Jackie and in Daytona Beach with a more thor
Donnie; Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Hender- ough understanding of the govern
son, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levins, Mr. mental body of our schools. Thes.
and Mrs. Bill Rich, Billy, Jerry, delegates were: Catherine Duren
Mike and Tony; Mr. and Mrs. Da- Sandra Baxley, Paula Lovett, Kei
vid Rich,. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hen- Dykes, Jimmy Goodman, Robil
derson, Debbie, V a ness a and Downs and the sponsor, Jame
*Wayne; Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Prid- Moore.
geon, Mrs. W. 0. Upshaw, Miss After registration at Mainlan,
Brenda Maxwell, all of Port. St. Joe. High School Thursday, the hos
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Rich, JoAnn, sponsored a "beach luau" on th
Earline and Earl, Jr.,; Mr. and Mrs. "World's Most Famous Beach". Thi
Gene Dozier and baby and Mrs. was followed by a general assemr
Dawson, all of Marianna. bly in which Joe Durant of Plan
T. F. Marchant, Sneads; Mr. and High School, president of the Flor
Mrs. J. L. Peters, Iron City, Ga.; ida Association of Student Council
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Simmons and opened the 1963 convention.
Mrs. J. M. Grogan and soil, Earl of Friday morning was started wit]
Panama City. a general meeting in which th


ETA UPSILON WILL SELL
SNACKS AT BAND FESTIVAL
Members of the Eta Upsilon
chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will be
selling hot dogs and drinks all day
Saturday during the band festival.
All-proceeds go toward:a scholar-
ship to be given away at .the end
of the school year.
-K
Visit in Orlando
Mrs. E. J.. Baxley and .daughter,
Sandra and Mrs. Myrtice Smith
spent last week end in Orlando,
combining business and pleasure.
They were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. G. E. Jordan and family. Mr.


Friday night there was held a THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
banquet anu dance in which our THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1963
presluent, catherine Duren, presia-
eu. ine speaker from Cape Canav:-
c ii. auons spoke to thede Check S S Number
gatea uuut their future and space.
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foreign exchange students present-
ed a program. In this program, they
explained how it was made possible
for them to receive the American
Field Service scholarship and how
a school like ours could receive an
exchange student. 0
In the discussion group meetings
that afternoon, each delegate had
the opportunity to attend three of
his choice. Some of these were:
Student Faculty Relations, How to
Boost Lagging School Spirit and
The Honor System. Following the
disscusison groups, the host spon-
sored a tour of the Daytona In-
ternational Speedway.


Jordan was a highway patrolmanin Gulf County in 1949-50.


suite iiings at Lne cape.
The business meeung was called
to order oy Joe Durant, Saturday
morning., ine candidates for office
of president in the election were
Melbourne and Winter Haven -ighi
Schools; for vice-president, Marian-
na, Forrest Hill, Escambia, and
South Dade High Schools. The offi-
cers elected were. Melbourne High
6cnool, president and k-orrest Hill
High Scnool, vice-president. Cham-
berlain High or Tampa was appoint-
ed Secretary-Treasurer.
Atter tne conclusion of the busi-
ness meeting, the Port St. Joe High
delegates met with the executive
board tor a luncheon meeting. The
purpose of this meeting was to dis-
cuss the budget and activities for
next year.
On the return trip the students
visited Silver Springs and then
continued on to Perry, where they
spent the night. The students ar-
rived at Port St. Joe at 3:00 Sun-
day afternoon tired, but very pleas-
ed with the success of the conven-
tion.
Mr. Moore said that he would like
to commend the delegates for their
splendid behaviour. Also, the Stu-
dent Council would like to thank
Otis Pyle for his generous coopera-
tion in allowing the Council the
use of one of his cars.
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BAKE SALE TO RAISE
FUNDS FOR BALL LEAGUE
A bake sale will be held at Mex-
ico Beach and in downtown Port
St. Joe Saturday from 10 to 12 noon
it was announced this week.
The sale will raise funds for the
newly formed Little Major League
baseball teams formed this year on
the beaches.


American Legion Home Is
'Open To The Public
The Legion Home will be-open to
the public starting Monday, April
8, from 8:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.
This is a service to the public to
provide a place you can go to rest,
relax and talk to friends. You need
not be a veteran.
Anyone wishing to relax from
your shopping may go by and rest.
Radio and television is provided
for your enjoyment, also newspa-
pers and magazines. No alcoholic
beverages of any kind will be al-
lowed in the Legion Home. No pro
vanity will be allowed.
All children under the age of 12
must be accompanied by their par-
ents.
Commander John Simpson stated
that one Comrade from the Post, or
one of the ladies from the Auxil-
iary will be in charge each day.
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Bray Presented

Ford Award
James C. Bray on the staff of
St. Joe Motor Co., Port St. Joe,
will be presented Ford Motor
Company's 300-500 Club award at
a banquet honoring Ford dealer-
ship car and truck salesmen of
1962 in the Jacksonville sales dis-
trict.
The awards dinner will be held
Saturday, March 30, at the Wakul-
la Springs Hotel, Wakulla Springs.
S. J. Obringer, Jacksonville dis-
trict sales manager, said 300-500
Club membership awards are pre-
sented for excellent retail sales
performance. The Ford 300-500
Club was founded in 1950 to recog-
nize the performance of outstand-
ing Ford salesmen throughout the
country.
Mr. Obringer added that the av-
erage 300-500 Club member sold
nearly $400,000 worth of automo-
tive merchandise in qualifying for
the national honors.







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VII IUA IGeIUInU
Taxpayers should double-check
to be sure that they have entered
the correct social security number
on their income tax returns. Lau-
rie W. Tomlinson, District Director
of Internal Revenue, said recently
that some taxpayers have erron.
eously entered the identification
number of their employer on their
11962 income tax returns instead
of their own social security num-
ber. This delays processing and
usually causes inconvenience to
the taxpayer concerned.
The Form W-2, statement of wag-
es and taxes withheld, shows both
the employer identification num-
ber and the social security number
of the employee. The employer
identification number consists of
nine digits with a hyphen or space
after the first two digits (00-
0000000) and is shown in the same
space with the employer's name.
The social security number also
consists of nine digits but is sep-
arated in a different manner (000-
00-0000). The social security num-
ber is usually shown in the same
area as the employee's name and
address, and this number should be
entered on the income tax return.
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Mr. and Mrs. Otis Clarence Skip-
per, Sr., of Wewahitchka announce
the birth of a son, Otis Clarence,
Jr., on March 26.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Robinson
Parrott, Jr., 1913 Cypress Ave., an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Leanne on March 31.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)







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Florida Power Corporation
An Easter cake with a dif-
ference not too rich.
Poppy Seed Cake
% cup poppy seeds
% cup milk
% cup butter or margarine
1%/ cups sugar
2 cups sifted flour
2 /2 tsp. baking powder
/% tsp. salt
/4 cup milk
1 tsp. vanilla
4 egg whites beau~n stiff but
not dry
Soak poppy seeds in 3% cup
milk for 2 hours. Cream butter
until soft, gradually add sugar,
beating constantly. S if t and
measure, 2 cups flour, resift
with baking powder and salt.
Stir the I, cup milk and vanil-
la in poppy seed-milk mixture.
Add ', of the flour at a time
alternately with poppy seed-
milk to sugar-butter mixture,
beating after each addition only
until blended. Fold beaten egg
whites into batter. Turn into 2
greased and floured (bottoms
only) 9-inch cake pans. Bake
at 3750 for 25 minutes. Remove
from pans and cool. Use lemon-
custard filling between layers
and sift confectioners' sugar
over top.
Lemon Custard Filling
1 tsp. cornstarch
% cup sugar
2 tbsp. butter or margarine
3 well beaten egg yolks
2% cup milk
Pinch salt
1 tsp. grated lemon rind
'A tsp. vanilla
Mix cornstarch and sugar;
cream together with butter, add
egg yolks and milk.' Cook on
LOW heat on electric unit or in
double boiler with flame burn-
er, stirring constantly until mix-
ture thickens. Add salt, rind
and vanilla. Cool. Spread be-
tween layers.


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