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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: May 9, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA,


TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR


Panama City Fire Chief Grady Jackson pre- (left) of Jacksonville was second runner-up. Miss
sents a trophy to 1963 Florida Miss Flame, Miss Arlene Surgeon of Lakeland (right) was first run-
Becky Childers of Port St. Joe. Miss Patti Powell ner-up.


Becky Childers Is tMiss Flame'


Miss Becky Chil-
ders, 16, of Port St.
Joe is crowned Miss
Flame of 1963 by
1962 queen, Miss
Linda Mulholland of
Bradenton. Miss
Childers who was
successful in her


-. - .
first try at a beauty -"
pageant won the
:rown in competi-
tion with 19 lovely
foung ladies from
all sections of Flor-
ide. ~he -w-v _sgn .7
in this capacity un-
til the next conven-
tion of the State
Firemen's Associa- --
tion next May in
Clearwater.


*

Resolution
of the
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
WHEREAS, the Florida State Fire-
man's Association held their an-
nual State Convention in Panama
City, Florida, May 2-4, 1963, and
WHEREAS, at this Convention the
Fireman's Association held a
beauty contest to determine Miss
Flame for the year 1963 to rep-
resent the Florida State Fire-
man's Association and,
WHEREAS, the Port St. Joe Fire
Department had as its repre'en-
tative Miss Becky Childers in
the Miss Flame contest and,
WHEREAS. Miss Becky Childers
was selected as Miss Flame for
the year 1963 and holds this title
until the next annual State Con-
vention pi the Florida State
Fireman's Association and,
WHEREAS, Miss Becky Childers
has brought many favorable com-
ments and pleasing publicity for
our fair city of Port St. Joe.
THEREFORE, be it resolved that
the City of Port St. Joe does
hereby publicly recognize Miss
Becky Childers for bringing this
honor to our city, and thank her
for representing Port St. Joe at
this convention.
FRANK HANNON,
Mayor,
City of Port St. Joe, Fla.


Track Meet Set Between
'Port St. Joe and Wewa
The annual track meet between
the Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka
High Schools will be held at 4:30
p.m. at the Port St. Joe High School
football field tomorrow afternoon.
This meet has always been a close
and thrilling one.
The contestants will be broken
down into four classifications and
events as follows: Girls, 7-9; soft-
ball throw, high jump, 75 yard
dash,,broad jump, 220 shuttle re-
lay. Girls 10-12, safe events. Boys
7-9, high jump, softball throw,
broad jump, discus throw, 75 yard
dash, shot put, 220 yard shuttle
relay. Boys, 10-12, same events.
No admission will be charged
and the public is invited to attend.


State Officials

Invited To Gulf

Members of the House and
Senate along with the Governor
and his cabinet officers and
members of the Supreme Court
have been invited to attend
"Gulf County Legislative Day"
in Port St. Joe on May 25,
Final arrangements are being
made which will include a tour
of St. Joseph Peninsula conduct
ed by the U. S, Army, Dinner
will be served on the Peninsu-
la and a seafood dinner will be
served on the mainland after the
tour.
Those invited to attend from
Washington are: Senator Spes-
sard Holland, Senator George
Smathers, Congressman Bob
Sikes and Congressman Don Fu-
qua.
A motorcade of buses will
leave Tallahassee at 8:00 a.m.
on May 25. Anticipated attend-
ance for this event will be be-
tween 300 and 400.
A meeting is being set up for
Saturday, May 11 between Roy
Gibson, president of the Cham-
ber of Commerce and Represen-
tative Ben Williams and Senator
Luther Tucker and Col. Work-
man and others on a steering
committee.
A complete program of events
and times will be released after
Saturday's meeting. All indica-
tions from Tallahassee is that
it will be one of the highlights
of this Legislative session.


Williams 'Sets Meeting
For Saturday At 5:00 P.M.
Representative Ben C. Wil-
liams will conduct a public meet-
ing here in Port St. Joe at 5:00
p.m. Saturday to get public feel-
ing concerning his proposed Gulf
County port authority bill.
Williams will hold his meeting
in the council chambers of the
City Hall and invites all interest-
ed in the bill, pro or con, to be
present to discuss it with him.


THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1963


Definition of New Zoning Ordinance Passed By City


Listed below are the different definitions for
construction in various parts of the City of Port
St. Joe as outlined in the new Zoning Ordinance
passed Tuesday night by the City Commission.
C-1-A-Commercial District (Restricted Re-
tail). Lots 17 through 24 in Block 22 lying between
Baltzel Avenue and Monument Avenue. First
three lots on West side in each block abutting
Fifth Street from Monument Avenue to Long
Avenue. Property lying between 5th and 6th
Streets and Monument Avenue to Reid Avenue.
All property facing Fifth Street from Reid Ave-
nue to Woodward Avenue. Property lying be-
tween Fifth and Sixth Streets from Woodward
Avenue to Garrison Avenue. Lots 9 through 14,
Block 27 and 9, 11 and 13 in Block 28 and all
property facing Fifth Street from Park Avenue
to Garrison Avenue.
C-1-Commercial District (Retail) All proper-
ty lying between First Street and Fifth Street
from Baltzell Avenue to Woodward Avenue ex-
cept that assigned to C-1-A. First 4 lots deep on
East side of Monument Avenue from Sixth Street


and all lots facing Monument Ave., from 10th St.
to 16th St. All Blocks lying between 16th St., and
Monument Ave., to 20th St., and Monument and
16th and Long Ave., to 20th Street and Long Ave.
All blocks lying East of Long Ave., between 16th
St., and 22nd St. All Blocks lying on East side of
Woodward Ave., from 6th St., to 16th St. Marvin
Ave., and Garrison Ave., from 6th Street to 20th
Street. Westcot tCircle, Hunter Circle, Bellamy
Circle and 9th Street. 10th St., and 16th St., from
Garrison Ave., to Knowles Ave.
R-2-A-Multiple Family. Palm Blvd., from
10th St., to 16th St. Long Ave. from 11th St., to
16th St. McClelland Ave. from 10th St., to 16th
St. South side of Woodward Ave., from 10th St.,
to 16th St.
R-2-Multiple Family. 6th St., from Reid Ave.,
to Woodward Ave. 7th St., from Lot 9, Block 36
and Lot 10, Block 41 to Woodward Ave. 8th St.,
from Lot 9, Block 41 and Lot 10, Block 46 to
Woodward Ave. 9th St., from Lot 9, Block 46
and Lot 10, Block 51 to Woodward Ave. 10th St.,
from Lot 9, Block 51 to Woodward Ave.


NUMBER 34


Stac House

Needs Repairs

'Sewer Hike
Proposal Is Killed
The City Commission passed on
the final reading of Port St. Joe's
/new comprehensive zoning ordin-
ance Tuesday night to make the or-
dinance become law.
All of the Commissioners were
in agreement on passing the Or-
dinance when the time came to
cast their vote.
The ordinance will become ef-
fective on June 6, which is 30 days
after its passage and according to
the law spelled out by the City
Charter on passing of such ordin-
ances.
Call for Bids
The Commission agreed to call


Miss Becky Childers, 16, a sopho- to Ninth Street. NORTH PORT ST. JOE for bids Tuesday night for paint
more at Port St. Joe High School C-2-Commercial District (light Industrial) C-1-First 2 lots abutting Main Street from engineered for painting, preserving
enjoyed the thrill of her young life All property lying between First Street and Fifth Avenue A to Avenue G. Lots 2 thru 14 Block and waterproofing of the Centen-
last Friday night when she was Street from Woodward Avenue to Knowles Ave., 1005; Lots 6 thru 14 Block 1003; Lots 10 thru 14 nial Building. Seventy-five gallons
chosen and crowned "Miss Flame" except those assigned to C-1-A. Block 1001. of sealer and 50 gallons of masonry
of 1963 by the Florida State Fire- R-1-A-Single Family (Highest) Covers areas R-1-Property lying between Battle Street paint will be purchased under the
men's Association at their annual lying between Constitution Drive and Monument and North Garrison Ave., from Ave. C to Kenny bid, to paint the building.
convention in Panama City. Ave., from corner of Constitution at 9th and Mon- St., to Ave. F.
Miss Childers was entered in the ument Ave. to Allen Memorial Way. Also, all R-2-A-Property lying between Battle Street Stac House Discussed
contest by the Port St. Joe Volun- Blocks fro m20th Street to Allen Memorial Way and North Garrison Ave., from Ave. A to Ave. C Rev. Harry Babbitt appeared be-
teer Fire Department. lying between Monument Ave. and Long Ave and Kenny Street. for the Commission and told them
The young beauty queen is the lying between Monument Avea andf Ave- R-2-Property lying between Ave. A and of a need to do some work on the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Plus all unplatted areas East of 20th Street. Ave. G from Battle Street to Hodrick Street and electrical system at the Stac House.
R. Odom of Port St. Joe. She was R-1-Single Family. Lots 1 thru 8, Block 51 Highway 98 except that assigned to C-1. He also pointed out the need for
crowned by retiring "Miss Flame" an outside light at the rear of the
Miss Linda Mulholland of Braden- th S Adult Graduation Services !Father of Local Woman Ibuilding to discourage "strolling"
ton. Ba e Ruth Season Passes wa In Geora by the youths using the facility.
The judging of the contest took The Gulf County Adult Institute Passes Away In Georgia Babbitt pointed out that if sum-
more than two hours as the judges, NOw Underway will hold graduation exercises Fri- Funeral services for Emmett mer activities were. carried out in
Miss Marilyn Silcox, Cmdr. Robert day, May 31 at 8:00 p.m. in the Whaley, 82, retired Enigma, Ga., the building some type-of cooling
Cousins of the Navy Base and Babe Ruth baseball season, oP- Port St. Joe High School Auditor- lumberman were held Tuesday would be necessary. He pointed out
Capt. K. W. Bridenstine, Tyndall ened in Port St. Joe Tuesday af- ium. morning of last week at the Hen- that a couple of fans had been do-
AFB, found it difficult to pick afternoon with two games being Twenty adults will receive their derson Funeral Home Chapel nated to the building, but they
winner from the 19 beauties com- played at Centennial Field. high school diplomas at this time The Rev. J. W. Joiner conducted were inadequate for the large
petting, aco ri 1 amount of area to be cooled.
peting.M. according to H. F. Ayers, the direc- the rites and burial was held in amoubit ta aat e h o. f the..
Mrs. Margaret Brand Smith, The 5:30 game was between tor Some of these adults have been the Doerun cemetery. e fo ch aer atlntheobui
president of the Union Bankers In Florida Bank and Citizens Federal.. r. have b tl f Do need for chaperones at the build-
working for four years for this oc- Mr. Whaley, a member of thing and told the Commission that
surance Co. of Dallas, Texas pre- Gill Shealy pitched the Citizens ng and told the Commsson that
scented Miss Childers with her win. Federal to a 15-2 victory over Flor- The speaker for the occasion will of the late Mr. and Mrs. Duke they should be prepared for the
ning trophy and also the Thomas ida Bank. Carl Neel was the losingbe from the State Department of Whaley. He was born in Worth eventuality of having to hire a full
W.Orr, President's Annual Trophy Pitcher. Bascom Hamm, manager Education, allahassee. Ga member 18 or part time recreation director to
of the Florida State Firemen's A- of the tizens Federal and The graduating class, along with and spent most of his life as a far- organic .eriaon rououtte
sociation Hamm is manager of Florida Bank. t dietr tend rdial .in t now in operation throughout the
Miss Childers said, "I never The evening game that is sup rec exenatowe meth area 6:00 p.m. Sat- city, especially during the summer.
dreamed I would make it this far." posed to start at 7:30 got under- come t o the general public to ate on urde. April 27. Sewer Charges
The lovely young lady from Port way at 8:45ble. Floridecause ofr was ablegh to get your calendar and plan to attend. Among the survivors is Mrs. 0. Mayor Hannon brought up the
St. Joe, who was competing for the lighe. lots da owner was ao pole ton by di- Watch The Star for a list of the C. Dykes of Port St. Joe, a daugh- matter of hiking sewer charge
first time, also has more dreams the lights on two poles on by di- graduates. ter. rates to $1.50 per month on a flat
to fulfill. She hopes someday to be rect wiring. The switch that con- rate, rather than on a percentage
an actress or at least a successful trols the Northwest bank of lights f basis as now is the custom. Hannon
model. is out of operation. Pre-School Registration Set for May 17 said this would raise the bill of min-
The Port St. Joe. Volunteer Fire Due to the late start, both teams Rtimum water bill customers by 50c
Department will-honor their queen, agreed upon five innings or two The Port St. Joe Elementary It is not necessary for the child a month, and many of these mini-
Miss Childers, at a dinner on Tues- hours whichever came first. School has set May 17, 1963 as to be present for this registration, mum customers simply could not
day evening of tweek, Glidden-Shell was leading for registration day for those children b,t parents are requested to oring afford the raise, while he felt the
SGlidden-She swho will be six years old on or be users of the large amounts of wa-
Boy Scout Circus Set five innings by seven runs when fore December 31, 1963. The regis the child's birth certificate. ter could afford their bills.
For Next Friday Night the AN Railroad came up in the tration will be from 9:00 a.m. un- Visitors wishing to register chil- Commissioners John R o b e r t
bottom of the fifth, the agreed- til 1:00 p.m. with the first grade dren on this day are asked to use Smith and I. C. Nedley concurred
The clowi s, animals and circus upon closing inning. When the dust teachers present to assist parents the north door of the primacy build- with Hannon and the matter was
freaks will parade down Reid Ave- settled and three outs had taken and answer questions. ing. I killed.
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nue next r J uctay aIternoon, may 1. 7
at 5:00 p.m. to usher in another
annual Boy Scout Circus.
The big circus is staged, built,
acted and produced by members of
Boy Scout Troop 47, under the di-
rection of Scoutmaster John T.
Simpson. The show is always an
enjoyable event and on occasion
has even traveled to neighboring
cities to put on their show.
The Scouts are making all new
props and animals this year for the
circus and are bringing some new
acts into the show.
Show time will be at 8:00 p.m.
next Friday night at Centennial
Field. Admission is $1.00 for adults
and 50c for students. Rain date is
Saturday, May 18.
Proceeds from the circus will go


pace, te AN auroac nac Won Te
game 8-7. Jimmy Cox was the pitch- A" .
er for the winning AN Railroad..
Bit Clark was the pitcher for Glid- ,
den-Shell.
Hubert Harrison manages AN
Railroad team and Jimmy Burke is
the manager of Glidden-Shell.
The Babe Ruth league, like the
other sports conducted in the city --
needs the cooperation of those in-
terested. Rev. Harry Babbit is in---
charge of umpires for the Dixie -_
Youth Baseball and also Babe Ruth
Baseball and is trying to work it.
out so those umpiring will only
have two games per season to um-
pire.
Please offer your services to
Rev. Babbit and he will put you .-
down for the dates of your choice. ,-


Lo pay ior summer camping auv*-
ties of the local Troop.
------ Junior-Senior 'Prom
Horse Show Next Saturday Scheduled for May 11
The Fourth Annual Wewa Horse The Junior Class of Port St. Joe
Frolics will be presented next Sat- High School will honor the 1963
urday night, May 18 at 7:00 p.m., Senior Class with the Junior-Senior
CST, according to Dr. Harold B. Prom at the Centennial Building
Canning, producer of the show. on Saturday evening, May 11.
The Horse Show is being staged The theme for the occasion is
by the Wewahitchka Rotary Club "Fantasy of the Sea". Admission
with all proceeds to go to the Gulf will be by invitation only. Any par-
County Chapter of the American ent of members of the Junior Class
Cancer Society. who would like to act as chaper-
Judge for the 15 event show will ones please contact Mrs. Ivey for
be Max Culpepper of Haines City. tickets.
Entry fee will be $1.00 per class. The public is invited to view this
The show will be staged in the "under sea paradise" any time be-
Wewahitchka baseball park. tween 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. on May


Bay County Man Dies In Wreck South f City Friday


Buford L. Carroll, 39, of Panama
City, became the second fatal acci-
dent victim on Gulf County high-
ways this year last Friday morning
when he apparently fell to sleep on
his way to work at Cape San Blas.
His car was found at approximately
8:00 a.m. smashed up beside the


highway. The accident occurred came back on the road and went
east of Port St. Joe on the old U. 273 feet. Then it skidded sideways
S. Highway 98. and left the road a second time,
According to Trooper Ken Mur- went 78 feet, jumped a canal and
phy of the Florida State Highway turned over four times.
Patrol, Carroll was traveling an es- Carroll was dead on arrival at
timated 75 mph, left the road on the Port St. Joe Municipal Hospi-
the right side, traveled 92 feet, ital.


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


Commission Passes New




Zone Ordinance nto Law











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LONG AVENUE CHURCH OBSERVES Al


Long Avenue Baptist Church
observed its tenth anniversary
this past Sunday with a hug edin-
ner spread by the members af-
ter the morning worship services.
The church was originated on
May 10, 1953 with 44 charter
members, and originally held
services in the High School Audi-
torium.
Twenty-four of the original 44
charter members are still resi-
de.nt members of the church.
The church moved into the


first two sections of its building
on January 1, 1956. Another wing
was added to the building in 1959
and the main auditorium of the
church is presently nearing com-
pletion.
The church has grown from its
original nucleus of 44 members
to a present membership of 320.
The original pastor of the
church, Rev. J. C. Odum, was
called in 1954 and is still serving
in that capacity.


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I"PARANOIAC"

AUDIE /I KATHLEEN / CHARLES Jeanette Scott







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SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY,


Student Council Lists Accomplishments

During The Past Eight Months of School


The week of April 22 through 25
has been designated as Teacher
Appreciation Week at Port St. Joe
High School. Various clubs thru-
out the week have participated in
activities to honor and show ap-
preciation to the teachers.
The Student Council presented
an apple to each of the 'teachers
which was furnished by Ed Woods
of the IGA Super Market. Also, the
Council had doughnuts and coffee
furnished by Mr. Haney of Haney's
Bakery. The Council certainly ap-
preciated those who helped to
make this day a success.
The Student Council has sucecss-
flly carried on several projects


of the school. With the help of
James H. Moore, the sponsor, it has
been able to achieve some of its
goals and projects of this past year.
Home room representatives on
the Student Council are as follows:
Joe Hendrix, Sid Dykes, Diane Mad-
dox, Becky Hendrix, Linda Rycroft,
Andrew Lewis, Randy Armstrong,
Rod Bowdoin, Boyd Merritt, Jake
Belin, Robin Downs, Dennis Daw-
son, Richard Ray, Paula Lovett,
Larry Parker, Charles Thomas, Jim-:
my Goodman, Forrest Van Camp, I
Ken Dykes, Wayne Bryant, Jan
Rawls. Catherine Duren is presi-
dent and Sandra Baxley, vice-pres-
ident.
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throughout this school year. A few
of which are: sponsored fish fry, .
car wash and printed handbooks 0tone Presides At
\before school began. Sold car tags
and booster ribbons during football Society Meeting
season. Attended District Conven-
tion at Bay High School in Panama Jesse V. Stone, president, pre-
NNIVERSARY City. Sponsored College Day in sided at the regular meeting of the
which Wewahitchka, Apalachicola, St. Joseph Historical Society held
Carrabelle and Port St. Joe High Saturday, May 4 in the Municipal
Firs Bap t School participated. Attended Ex-ui.
First Baptist ecutive Board meeting as vice pres-
ident of the state in September in The president instructed the cor-
WMS, Mno 1 Daytona Beach. Then in March at- responding secretary to draft a let-
S. tended State Convention at Main- ter to Tom S. Coldewey thanking
Meets At Church land Senior High School again in the St. Joe Paper Company for
6 S Daytona Beach. their generosity and cooperation in
The WMS No. 1 of the First The Council then took on as a preserving the railroad wheels re-
Baptist Church et at the church project the school lunchroom. The covered from St. Joseph Bay.
aptist Church met at the ch lunchroom was painted, music play- Several communications were
Monday afternoon at 3'00 p.m. fOrled on the public address system read from various state senators
the regular business meeting with f.,wers placed on the lunchroom and representatives in response to
15 members present and one visi- tables. The Council had "Sharks" the St. Joseph Historical Society's
tor, Mrs. Barney Alsobrook. painted on the gym floor. Sponsor- endeavor to secure an appropria
The devotional was brought ed a clean-up campaign and the tion for an additional wing to the
from Isaiah 51 by Mrs. Karl Mar- radio club. Had work day in which Constitution State Museum. This is
shall. The first vice-president, Mrs. students worked in downtown the third time this attempt has
Wesley Ramsey, presided in the ab- stores for the Council. been made covering a period of six
sence of Mrs. W. J. Daughtry. She At the present, the Council is years. The project has been spear-
proceeded with the business ses- fixing draperies for the lunchroom headed by Mrs. Ned S. Porter and
sion, with good reports from all windows, playing prayers a n d all members of the society have
committees and circle chairmen., plaques, of the different clubs of given their full cooperation in the
Several items were discussed, one the school on the lunchroom walls, writings of the many letters re-
especially, was the "Mother-Daugh- constructing a fence behind the quired for such a monumental task.
ter" G. A. banquet to be held the lunchroom and in front of the President Stone briefed the mem-
18th or 19th in the church. school. The revision of the present bers on the part they will assume
Mrs. C. A. McClellan dismissed constitution is also one of the in the forthcoming trip to the State
the meeting with prayer. problems that the Council is trying Capital in an effort to secure sup-
All members and prospective to improve. One of the major ac- port for the St. Joseph Spit State
members of the WMS are urged to tivities of the Council which is of Park. Mrs. R. H. Brinson will be the
+,tta nd the regular missionarv meeoot- i ortance to the students is the official reresentative nf the St.


ing at the church next Monday af
ternoon at 3:00 p.m. on May 13.


Lunchroom Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, May 13
Baked beans, spiced ham slices,
mustard greens, lettuce and toma-
to salad, sliced peaches, white
bread and butter and milk.
Tuesday, May 14
Meat ball supreme, rice, English
peas, carrot sticks, pear salad,
white bread and butter and milk.
Wednesday, May 15
Hamburger pie with biscuit top-
ping, buttered spinach, cabbage
pickle slaw, peanut butter and gra-
ham crackers, white bread and but-
ter and milk.
Thursday, May 16
Stew beef with vegetables (pota,
toes, carrots and onions), sliced to-
matoes, cherry pie, white bread
and butter and milk.
Friday, May 17
Potato salad, cheese and Ritz
crackers, white acre peas, sliced
beets, white bread and butter, ice
cream and milk.


election of its officers. There are Joseph Historical Society and the
many posters, banners, cards, etc., preisdent urged all members to
which the students distribute to participate in this venture.
help their campaigns. The- candi-
dates for these offices are: presi- CARD OF THANKS
dent; Sandra Baxley and Kenny We wish to thank our friends and
Dykes: vice-president; Paula Lov- neighbors for their kindness shown
ette and Jimmy Goodman. Cam- us in our loss of our dear wife
paign speeches will be given by and mother. May God's richest bles-
these students on May 7 at a rally sings be with each of you.
at the school. Also, speeches will P. G. Strange
be made on the radio proceeding J. E. Strange
the election on May 14. Mrs. C. W. Williams
The Student Council has worked Dalbert Strange
hard this year for the betterment Mrs. J. B. Henning


THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1963 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fit.



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Dear Friends:
You've had the opportunity to
hear about our Happy Birthday
Celebration on the air and in
the newspaper. Here we'll just
say it's a Humdinger with the
proof on every table, shelf and
rack. Please come! We need you!
A motor trip to North Carolina
last week with Barbara was one
of the most pleasant and refresh-
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about six days visiting Great
Grandpa and Great Grandma
Boyles plus scores of relatives
and in-laws. This October my
mother and father plan to cele-
brate their 65th wedding anni-
versary! We plan to be there!
Mom is now recovering from a
serious broken hip and she's
walking again! It's a thrilling
and happy experience to see a
person nearing 87 years to slow-
ly and surely recover from a
illness or accident. They live
alone, and dad (nearing 94) is
special nurse, short order cook
and chief bottle washer. Seems
he was determined to get her on
foot again after nearly 12
months. He made the grade,
which makes him "slightly stuck
up" (Mom says)! One of the
greatest misfortunes while there
was my dad losing his-pipe. We
found it in car when unpacking
and he'll be happy to get it back
with a package of rum and maple
tobacco!


In the mail this week! Mrs.
B. has a birthday in June and
someone is running 30 days a-
head (she received a B. D. pres-
ent) Well, that's better than
30 days behind, my creditors say!
A store owner sent out this ef-
fective collection letter in a small
town: "If you don't pay me what
you owe me, I'll tell your other
creditors that you did." A woman
walked into a store and said to
the salesperson: I want a small,
narrow comb, about so long, for
a slightly bald man with cellu-
loid teeth"
ADVANTAGE: Nothing gives
one person so much advantage
over another as to remain always
cool and unruffled under all cir-
cumstances A sign in a drug
store: "You Are Not Properly
Dressed Until You Wear A
Smile". A 340 pound man had
this to say: "Nothing fits me but
a handkerchief." That reminds
me, we've a lot to blow about
during our Birthday Celebration.
A parting word: Happy Moth-
er's Day to all Mothers, every-
Where.
S'long, RGB.
P. S.-Mommas: A pair of fa-
mous Poll Parrot shoes from
Boyles entitles you to a free Pol-
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it with you. Inside news: Wed-
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THE STAA, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1963


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 Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.

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do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.


Citizens Reaction To Public Hearing

Will Probably Determine Port Bill Fate

Last Wednesday evening at about 5:00 p.m., just as we
were putting the last run of the paper to press Representa-
tive Ben C. Williams called to say that he was forced to post-
pone his hearing on his controversial Port Authority bill.
This notice was in time to change the date and time on the
front page, but too late to change said date and time in the
editorial written last week.
But the change in time of the meeting, was the only
change. The bill, in our opinion, still poses a potential dic-
tatorship to the citizens of Gulf County. Even if such a
thing as immediate action on port facilities were needed to
serve the Three Rivers System, it would be ill advised for
Gulf County to submit to such a bill as presented by Mr. Wil-
liams.
Williams bill is patterned after a good one. It is pat-
terned after the Port Autbhrity of Port Everglades, which
serves the needs of those people well. But, as is the case in
so many instances with condensation, the Gulf County ver-
sion of the Port Everglades bill has left out too many.impor-
tant things.
To begin with, the Gulf County version is only nine
pages long. The Port Everglades version is 42 pages long.
These additional 33 pages serves to protect the property own-
ers, tax payers and citizens of Port Everglades from the dic-
tatorial provisions of the bill. The Port Everglades bill
supervises an area of only a few acres, while the Gulf
County bill encompasses the entire county.
Section 6 of Mr. Williams bill states, in part: "The Gulf
County port authority is empowered to exercise complete
and exclusive control over said authority and any and all
parts thereof." We believe those paying the bill should
have some say-so on the spending of their money.
The bill gives the port authority power over every car-
rier of freight in the county that might feasibly use the port
facilities. This, we presume, would include "boycotting"
certain carriers should disagreements arise between the car-
riers and the port authority members. The carriers won't
like this, and we don't blame them.
There are many such instances in the bill which makes
the proposed port authority all-powerful in its desires for
operation of port facilities and every service that touches
in their operation, such as utilities, also comes under their
jurisdiction. We can't go for this.
Primarily we must remember, that this proposed port
authority will have control over all waters (public or private
or municipally owned) throughout the entirety of Gulf coun-
ty. This can presumably include the ditch that carries rain-
water from your property. This is an absurd illustration,
but it points out how all-powerful the bill is.
We hope that you will be one of the many to appear at
the City Hall Saturday afternoon at 5:00 p.m. to oppose
the authority to Representative Ben C. Williams.



New Tools for Cancer Probe To

Bring Cure For Dreaded Disease 'Nearer

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory of the Atomic
Energy Commission is to be the scene of a long-range joint
research project by the National Cancer Institute of the
U. S. Public Health Service and the AEC on radiation, virus-

es and chemicals as causes of cancer.
Now in the planning stage, the collaborative investiga-
tion is expected to cost $500,000 a year at the start and
.will combine AEC facilities and its previous biological radia-
tion studies with the specialized research capabilities and
previous findings of the Institute.
"The incidence of cancer, especially lung cancer," said
Dr. Luther L. Terry, Surgeon General of the Public Health
Service, "and the increase in number and amount of poten-I
tially cancer-causing agents to which man is being exposed,
emphasize the importance of these studies. They will ap-
proach the very difficult problem of determining the respec-
tive roles of various known or suspected causes of cancer as
studied under carefully controlled laboratory conditions.
"This new research project will supplement and support
the research and control efforts of several other Public
Health Service programs which are directly concerned with
the growing problem of environmental hazards to man."
The announcement goes on to say: "The joint program
will include a lung cancer study in which animals will be
exposed to some of the types of chemicals, radiation and
viruses to which man is constantly exposed. Radiation, for
example, will be given both in doses large enough to produce
cancer and in smaller doses corresponding to the low levels
normally present in the human environment.
"The chemicals to be used will include many that have
been shown to cause cancer in various animal species-with
emphasis on the kinds of substances present in, for example,
automobile exhausts and certain industrial wastes-as well
as others that are not known to cause cancer. The chemicals
will be released into the chambers as aerosols that the ani-


Saunders Says Cross-State Barge Canal

Will Not Be Detriment To Railroads


Editor's Note: The following is I
an excerpt from an article by
Harry H. Saunders of Port St.
Joe, which appears in this
month's issue of The Seafarer.
Saunders is vice president of the
Florida's Waterways Association
and director of the Canal Author-
ity of Florida. He takes issue
with certain railroad interests in
the state, which "have been quite
outspoken in their opposition to
the Cross-Florida Barge Canal."
An appropriation of $1 million
for a construction start is being
sought in Congress for the canal.)
For several years Doswell Gul-
latt, representing the Association
of American Railroads; Prime Os-
borne, vice president and general
counsel for the Atlantic Coast Line
Railroad; and David E. Wells, an
attorney for the firm; have been
outspoken in their opposition to
the Cross-Florida Barge Canal. Mr.
Wells is reported to have gone so
far as to question the integrity of
the proponents of the canal.
He is talking, especially, about
the directors of the Canal Author-
ity, who are dedicated to building
the Cross Florida Barge Canal.
They are: W. A. McCree of Orlan-
do; Henry Toland, Tampa; Palmer
VanArsdale, Fort Lauderdale and
James C. Merrill, Jr., Jacksonville.
If Wells thinks that any one of
these men is promoting the canal
for person and selfish reasons, he
is 100 per cent wrong. Look at
their records in their home com,
munities, the interest they have
displayed in civic affairs. No sal-
ary is paid these men, and their
only reimbursement is a small per
diem allowance for attending meet-
ings.
None of these men is in a type
of business that lends itself to bid-
ding on any of the work of con-
structing the canal, and only one is
in a business that could benefit di-
rectly by an increase in volume of
business attributable to operation
of the canal. Everyone will benefit
indirectly from increased business
and consequent canal will bring to
all of Florida.
I am the renegade-the railroad
man on the authority-But in my
humble fashion, I am just as dedi-
cated to building the canal as are
my fellow directors.
I I was not born on the tracks of
a railroad, but fairly close to them,
in Huntington, W. Va. At the age
when my associates were getting an
education in college, my education
was experience-Working on the
railroad. But none can be prouder
of their collegiate diplomas than I
am of the credentials I earned
working on the railroad.
I took a job cleaning coaches on
the Tennesse Central Railroad, ten
hours a day, for which I received
$1.10 a day.
From coach cleaning, I advanced
to baggage smashing, to seal clerk,
to car knocker, to car inspector, to
interchange inspector, and finally
to general foreman. For several
years I did various kinds of cleri-
cal work for the Florida East Coast
Railway in St. Augustine, and be-
fore that for the Louisville and
Nashville.
Then for 25 years, until I retired,
I worked for an organization of
which I ultimately became an offi-
cer and director that owned one
railroad and after considerable ef-
fort acquired a second railroad.
(Saunders was administrative vice
preisdent of St. Joe Paper Com-
pany, before retiring in 1961.)
I have been associated with rail-
roads all my life. I have helped


the railroads fight their battles on city had its annual induction of
the floor of the Florida Legislature,! new members last Thursday, April
and it may just be that I have more 12. This was a program for the
fundamental knowledge of railroad- PTA. There were five main speak-
ing than does Mr. Wells. In any ers who told the incoming mem-
event, I think I am more qualified bers why they had been chosen and
to talk about railroads than Mr. what would be expected of them.
Wells is qualified to talk about The speakers were Jake Belin, Rob.
canals. in Downs, Dennis Dawson, Carol
I do not own a single share of Wager and Ann Belin.
stock in any barge line, or in any Billy Antley gave the devotional
other form of water transportation. and Jerome Barnes ushered.
I do not own a boat, either in-board The nine incoming members
or out-board. I do not own a skiff, were Randy Armstrong, Tommy
a row-boat nor even a canoe. Atchison, Rod Bowdoin, Carl Os-
A fair percentage of my present car Neel, Rainey Fendley, Phyllis,
income traces to investments I Miles, Eddie McFarland, Cherry
have made in railroad stocks and White and Kathy Weeks.
bonds. I may have more financial After the program, sandwiches,
interest in railroads than Mr. cookies, and punch were served by
Wells. Since 1945 I have been cer- Jacque Price, Cecelia Boone, Jenni-
tified to practice before the Florida fer Kennedy, Pat White, Barbara
Railroad Commission. Lewis and Sherry White.
The railroads have been losing Mrs. Rex Addison was the spon-
a vast amount of traffic and reve- sor of the program.

mals will breathe."
It is encouraging to learn of a broad-gauge investigation
by top-flight research scientists equipped with facilities that
only the Government can provide. Such a new, double-
barreled approach gives fresh hope of further step-by-step
progress toward a solution of the baffling mysteries that
continue to obscure the causes and the cure of cancer.


I nue for the past 40 years. They
have been losing it to the truck
lines and the barge lines. Now they
are finally breaking tradition and
doing something about it. They are
also getting away from their "Pub-
lic-be-Damned" attitude of the past
and are beginning to give the pub-
lic what it needs, although they are
30 to 40 years late in providing
these services. And they have lost
hundreds of millions in revenue
and profits.
Some things they are doing to
meet competition are: piggy-back
service; containerized freight; mul-
ti-level automobile care; trailer
train cars; using 85-foot-long box
cars; suchioned underframe box
cars and many other improvements.
Today the railroads have equip-
ment designed to carry 70 to 100
tons per car. When I drive along a
highway that parallels a railroad
track and along comes a "hot shot"
freight train of 100 to 150 cars, all
of which are piggy-back, container-
ized, trailer-train or multi-level au-
tomobile cars, I tip my hat and say,
'Thank you, Mr. Railroad, for tak-
ing all that traffic off this high-
way."
Yes, railroads are getting away
from their "Public-be-Damned" at-
titude, but if it were not for truck
and barge competition the public
would not have all these improved
services. The railroads would still
be operating on their old policy.
And they have the gall to oppose
construction of the canal.
When the time comes to ex-
change my rocking chair for a
wheel chair, I am going to have
a modern one-power propelled,
power steering, and power brakes.
But until that time I am going to
remember my associations with the
railroads-as an employee, a custo-
mer, and a stockholder. And I am
going to think of what this canal
has meant to the progress in Flor-
ida and the entire United States in,
later years.
I will remember the barges on
the canal, some loaded with grain
to help make Florida an even grea-
ter cattle state; some carrying pe-
troleum products, which even the
railroads wil have to admit must
be moved by tanker, pipe line, or
barge in order to keep the Eastern
Seaboard supplied; some loaded
with rockets, enroute to Cape Cana-
veral, rockets so large that the
railroads could not handle them-
on the water, but soon airborne and
in anticipation of trips to the moon,
or for the protection of America.
I am going to think of the lives
that will be saved by the canal in
event of another national emer-
gency.
I am still a railroad man, and if
I thought that the Cross Florida
Barge Canal was going to be con-
structed to the detriment of the
railroads, I would not now be serv-
ing as director of the Canal Author-
ity of Florida. I have enough vis-
ion to see that our transportation
problems demand construction of
the canal.
We are going to dig the Cross
Florida Barge Canal-Mr. Wells,
and the railroads to the contrary,
notwithstanding.
.

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EVENING WORSHIP 7:30
MID-WEEK SERVICE (Wednesday) .... 7:30
YOUTH SERVICE (Friday) 7:30


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Approximately 165,000 Korean
conflict veterans have less than
five months left in which to take
1 advantage of the $18 million in spe-
cial insurance dividends to be paid
to those exchanging "RS" insur-
'ance policies for policies bearing
the letter "W". This special div-
idend offer expires September 13,
1963, according to the VA insur-
ance service.
It applies only to Korean conflict
veterans whose insurance policy
number is preceded by the letters
"RS". No other government life in-
surance policyholders are affected.
To get the special dividend, the
"RS" policyholder must either:
1. Exchange his "RS" term poll
cy for a "W" term policy at gener
ally, only one-third the cost he is
now paying. Although the "W"
term policy cannot be re-newed af-
ter age 50, protection can be ob
trained by converting to a low-cost
permanent plan insurance policy at
any time while the term policy is
in force.
2. Convert his "RS" policy to a
low-cost "W" permanent plan pol-
icy, now.
If the 'RS" policyholder takes
either of these steps on or before
September 13, 1963, he will receive
the special dividend. These divid-
ends average about $100, depending
of course, on the age of the poli-
cyholder and the length of time the
policy has been in force.


Remember, action must be taken Naval Training Center, Bainbridge,
on or before September 13, 1963, Maryland, and was graduated dur-
which is the absolute deadline date. ing a military review held on April
Dividends will not be paid after 26. The local WAVE, a former stu-
that date. dent at Bay County High will spend
There are about 480,000 Korean a 14-day leave with her friends be-
conflict policyholders who have al- fore reporting to U. S. Naval Train-
ready converted their "RS" poli- ing Center, Great Lakes, Ill., for
cies to "W" policies. Approximate- hospital corpsmen's school.
ly $38 million has been distributed
in dividends since the bill establish- ATTEND FUNERAL OF
ing this dividend became law on SISTER IN ARKANSAS
iSentember 13 1961 If youI know Mri and Mr,' T T. Temnnle and


of some veteran who has a policy
of government life insurance, tell
him to check the policy for the pre-
fix number. Should the policy
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Mrs. Tom W. Thompson returned
home Sunday from Arkansas, after
attending the funeral of their -sis-
ter, Mrs. W. B. Tobin of Little


-
bear the prefix RS he should Rock.


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NAPA Sign of good service and
dependable parts.
There's good reason to make the
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performance from your car or
truck. First, it identifies a pro-
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Second, it is your assurance of
excellence in any parts you re-
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high standard that they are sold
exclusively through qualified
automotive specialists.
See your local repairman today
who displays the NAPA Sign of
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THE FOOD GETTING'S GOOD!

A party or an everyday morning breakfast, your work will be lighter;
your meals will be brighter with a new, non-frosting, electric refrigerator.
If you haven't shopped the new refrigerator-freezers for 1963,
you have a treat in store. They are roomier on the inside, slimmer
on the outside. You will find a better place for all food
easier to get to, easier to see and easier to keep fresh.
Freezer sections have ice ejectors and bins or automatic
ice makers. Visit your electric appliance dealer soon.
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Mother's Day
L is Sunday


seek information on this matter at
once. The deadline is near and this
is an opportunity that should not
be passed by.
The veterans service officer for
Gulf County will be able to give the
veterans having such insurance as-
sistance and guidance in making
conversion to the "W" type insur-
ance.
The Veteran's Service Office is
now located in the American Le-
gion Home at 302 Williams Avenue
in Port St. Joe. The new telephone
number is 229-3526. Office hours
are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
As a note of information, the
Service Office will be closed for
the entire week of May 6 while the
service officer is attending the Ser-
vice Officers' School and Confer-1
ence at Daytona Beach. The office
will open again on Monday, May
13.


Barbara A. Rutch

Completes WAVE

Basic Training
Miss Barbara Anna Rutch, neice
of Mrs. J. I. Williams of 309 Duval
St., Port St. Joe, completed ten
weeks of basic training at Recruit
Training-Women, United States.


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TEACHERS CONDUCT
By JOHN T. BROWN
Future Teachers of Washington
High School conducted classes in
the school Friday, April 26 begin-
ning at 8:30 a.m.
The principal and faculty all
agreed this was an enjoyable event
'and a chance for the students to
demonstrate their maturity. The
'administration and faculty looks
forward each year with great anti-
cipation for the school day called
"Student Government Day".
Students who taught in the high
school areas were: Social studies,
Ruby Stallworth; science, Inez Ga-
vin; English, Lorine McNair; Eng-
lish, Shirley Jackson; Science, De-
lores Simmons; band, C. Tiller;
business education, G. Leslie;
home economics, Annie M. Sims;
physical education, James Ivery
and Linda Daniels; mathematics,
Mary Gainer.
Elementary s t u dent teachers
were: Dorothy Batson, Annie Mar-
tin, Viola Parker, Carolyn Bess,
Sarah Hopps, Jessie Dawson, Pa-
tricia Washington, Rosie Boykins,
Ola M. Boykins, Rozella Simms,
Minnie Jones, Linora Peters.
Judge Pittman was the principal
for the day and Jacquelyn Leslie
was the school secretary. Annie
L. Stallworth was the music teach-
er and Calvin Pryor served as jan-
itor.
Shown in the above picture, from
left to right are: Patricia Washing-
ton, Minnie Jones, Shirley Jackson,
R. Boykins, Cora Griffin, Jessie
Dawson, James Clemmons, L. Mc-
Nair, S. Gavin, A. M. Sims, Jacque-
lyn Leslie, Cloudine Tiller, R. Stall-
worth, Myrtle Givens, Linora Pet-


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T CLASSES


ers, Sarah Hopps, Viola Parker,
Judge Pittman, Ola M. Boykins,
Shirley Dawson. Not shown are,
Dorothy Batson, Rezella Sims, An-
nie Martin and Carolyn Bess. The
photograph was made by C. A. Os-
borne.
This student event was planned
by John T. Brown in cooperation
with the other faculty members
and was approved by Principal
Emile Twine.
The students brought this session
of their activity with a social in
the gymnasium with Mrs. Hollis
and Mrs. Osborne, the centers of
attraction in leading the students
in methods of better enjoyment in
the events which was for the stu-
dents.


Benificaries Must
Be Up To Date
The most serious problem facing
veterans who hold GI insurance is
to keep their beneficiary listing up
to date.
A recent survey disclosed that 49
percent of GI policyholders had
some form of error in their bene-
ficiary listing and in one-third of
the cases the major beneficiary de-
signation had to be changed, J. J.
Hill, Gulf County Service Officer,
reported.


-- THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1963


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Inc.
A cordial welcome awaits you from
the local merchants and civic
organizations of Port St. Joe.
Brought to you by our local hostess
If you are a newcomer or a new parent, please call


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Phone 229-1686


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In far too many cases, Hill point-
ed out, any similarity between the
person or persons the veteran want-
ed to get his insurance benefits
and those who actually would get
it was strictly coincidental.
The VA is compelled by law to
pay only the beneficiary of record
when it settles a life insurance
claim, Mr. Hill said.
Most of the major errors arise
when a veteran, who had originally
designated a parent as a benefici-
ary, marries and forgets to name
his wife, or later, his children as
beneficiary and co-beneficiaries,
the VA has found.
Any veteran who has married or
remarried since designating his in-
surance beneficiary, or who has
had children, and now wishes to
bring his beneficiary designation
in line with his present wishes
should send these changes to the
VA insurance office to which he
pays his premiums.
Forms for change of beneficiary
may be obtained at the Veteran's
Service Office as well as informa-
tion concerning GI Insurance. The
office will soon be located in the
American Legion Home on Wil-
liams Avenue. Present telephone
number of the Service Officer is
229-3526.
USE THE WANT ADS


Jolly Golf
Sets Opening
This Friday
The gala opening this Friday,
Saturday and Sunday of a new fun
season at the beaches is announced
by Jolly Golf Fun Center on High-
way 98 in Mexico Beach. Free can-
dy and bubble gum will be given to
all children during the gala open-
ing days.
Three hundred grab bag prizes
for children, plus other attendance
prizes will also be featured during
these opening days.
Jolly Golf is ready to serve as
the Fun Headquarters for all the
family, church groups, clubs, chil-
dren's birthday parties, etc.
New amusement games have
been added for this season and new
carpeting has been installed thru
both the miniature golf courses.
Golf, bowling, kiddie rides, base-
ball, skill ball and other fun games
offer a great variety of safe, whole-
some recreation for every member
of the family.
For that jolly good time any
time, bring the family to Jolly Golf,
the nicest, cleanest, brightest and
gayest fun spot at the beaches.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


Former Grand Ole Opry S

At Oak Grove Assembly o


T. Texas Tyler, known as "The
Man With a Million Friends", one
of the foremost country and west-
ern artists for many years, will be
featured at a service in the Oak
Giove Assembly of God Church on
May 15, at 7:45 p.m., according to
Rev. Fred Hunt, pastor. It will
mark one of the first appearances


in this
man wi
time to
States
"r'qnfi


THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1963 his amazing stor yof how
I cided to quit this life to bei
I preacher of the oGspel. He
;tar To Appear Ibe playing his guitar and
S*i| i.i Gosp("' songs.--' w
Df God Church averted in the early part of 1

area by T. Texas Tyler, a '..
ho, until recently, spent his -
uring throughout the United
and Canada headlining
I le Arv'h" owsr. ariear- r


-uranct ve upry ,s~*,j in)tCLL
ing with his large bands in ball-
rooms, clubs, and on TV and other
foims of entertainment.
Mr. Tyler will tell in his service


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has since devoted his full
Gospel work. He was catapi
nationwide fame in 1948 v
smash hit, "Deck of Cards'
he wrote himself. Some of
er big record hits were: "'
ber Me", "Bumming A
"Courtin' in the Rain", an
others.
Mr. Tyler has the distin
being one of the very few
and western artists to ever
in concert at New York's C
Hall. He has also been und
tract to Columbia Studios ii
wood in the making of M
movies.
In his amazing story to
in his appearance here he i
why after 28 years in show b
he gave up all the enterta
world had to offer to utilize
talents exclusively in Gospe
A capacity crowd is expec
Pastor Rev. Fred Hunt s
early attendance. The ser
open to the public.
_-V
MRS. VAUGHAN TO HOST
GLADIOLUS CIRCLE
The Gladiolus Circle of th
St. Joe Garden Club wil
Thursday afternoon at 3:00
the home of Mrs. Dudley Va
USE THE WANT ADI


he de-
ecome a
will also
singing
as con-


Tes:ing Manuals Are of Great Sv You Saw It In Tha Star -

hmasr.nce Te Effective Teaching .- .. --


958 and I
Many people look on a teacher's
--,. manual or guidebook as a crutch,
and have the idea that a teacher
who uses one, especially during
*. class where it can be seen, is ei-
ther not properly trained or lacks
sufficient experience.
Do you know that these manuals
(and there is one available for
nearly every text at every grade
level) are provided:
1. To acquaint the teacher with
the author's philosophy and the
principals on which the text was
written?
2. To help the teacher put these
time to ideas into effect with economy of
halted to time so that all areas can be con-
vith his sidered?
" which 3. To present, either the new, or
his oth- experienced, teacher with proce-
Remem- dures for that particular text which
round", have already been tested in a
d many classroom to make sure they will
work?
action of 4. To provide suggestiofis for en-
country riching the content of the pages of
appear the text by means of concrete
'arnegie teaching aids?
ler con- 5. To provide supplementary ex-
n Holly- ercises and activities, research for
Western which would be very time consum-
ing on the part of each individual
be told teacher?
will tell 6. To make provisions for indi-
business vidual differences which include a
ainment different type of teaching for the
all his superior and immature student?
el work. 7. To stimulate the teacher to do
ted and an even better piece of work as she
suggests interprets the unique needs and
vice is purposes of the pupils in her class-,
room?
It is not intended that a manual
or guidebook will restrict or limit
the teacher's own ideas but will
he Port serve as a springboard to as many
l meet and as diversified procedures as
p.m. at the teacher can devise.
aughan. ____U__
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee King,
504 Third Street announce the
birth of a son, Tommy Joe on Ap-
ril 20.
Mr. and Mrs. Coy Gulford Shiver,
Highway 98, announce the birth of
a son, Milford Coy on April 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Benton Par.
ker, 124 Westcott Circle announce
the birth of a daughter, Dina
Lynne on April 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Clifton Gain.
ous, announce the birth of a baby
boy, David Clifton on April 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Lamar Gil-
ley, Sr., 209 4th Avenue, Highland
View, announce the birth of a son,
Douglas Lamar, Jr., on April 23.
Colored Births
Mr. and Mrs. Alphons Mason,
108 N. Garrison announce the birth
of a daughter, Angela LaFay on
April 23.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
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You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL --......... 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ..--..-.......------... 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ..-- 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

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


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Bibye Study (Wednesday)
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Minutes O The Board decided that they would
Minutes of ThI clear up the inadequacys as soon
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD as the money was available.
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA Gentlemen:
WEWApril 2, 1963 The Port St. Joe High School
April 1blicInstruct I'TA has in recent months conduct-
The Board of Public Instruction, the e a series of studies of the facill
Qulf County, Florda, met on th ties in the high school. The follow-
above date in regular session with ing is a list of the specific areas
the following present and acting: which were found to be inadequate:
C. E. Boyer, Chairman, William J. Library, Shower and Locker Rooms,
Ferrell, Carter Ward, Kenneth Rest Rooms, First Aid Room,
Whitfield and William Roemer, Sr., School Lunchroom and Teacher's
members. Lounge.
The Superintendent was present The High School PTA hereby ree-
and acting. ceding quests the school board to provide
The minutes of the preceding the afore mentioned facilities for
meeting were read and adopted as the high school.
read.
The Financial Statement for the Respectfully signed,
Month of March was examined and Sally L. White, President, Port St.
approved Joe High School PTA, Sarah M.
The Nurses' and Sanitarians' re- Bobbit, Betty Fensom, Jeanette
ports were read and ordered filed. Antley.
The following letter was present- The Principals were present but
ed by the committee from the Port had no reports or requests to make.
St. Joe High School PTA and the The Board discussed several


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things but did not take any actions. Ernestine T. Sims, James N. Yadon, Port St. Joe Elementary School .. 434.48 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1963
There being no further business Betty H. Traweek, Margaret K. Highland View lem. Sch. .. 157.0
at this time the board adjourned to Biggs, James C. Traweek, Martha Willie Peterson, Labor ............ 5.6.0.00 T -
meet again in special session on P. Sanborn, Margaret M. Addison, Willie Peterman, Labor ............ .00 Say You Sow It I -
April 11, 1963. James L. Faison, James A. Gunter,
ATTEST: James H. Moore, James J. McInnis,
Thomas A. Owens C. E. Boyer Miriam B. Dismuke, Laurie W. Ti-
Superintendent Chairman son, Virginia S. Harrison, Kimble MORE FUN! MORE PLEASURE! MORE ENJOYMENT.
R. Skipper, Jean M. Little, Billie
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA Guilford, Robert M. Craig, Herman EASON GAL
April 1, 1963 R. Dean. 963 SEASON AL
The Board of Public Instruction, R. Dean.
Gult County, met on the above sate Highland View Elementary School: l
in special session with the follow- Mrs. Minnie Howell, Miss Nadine
ing present and acting: C. E. Boyer, Boyette, Mrs. Sibbie Smith, Mrs.
chairman, Joe Ferrell, Carter W ar Flora M. Strobel, Janice Nelson,
and William Roemer, Sr., members. Mrs. Frances Brown, Ruby M. Bart-
Kenneth Whitfield was absent, lett, Sara H. Fite. '- ....
The Superintendent was present George W. Carver High School: U. S. Highway 98 Friday Saturday Sunday
and acting. Edwin G. Williams, Floyd R. An- Friday Saturday Sunay
The Board met for the purpose of drews, Albertha G. Brown, Gwen- MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA May 10, 11 and 12
acting upon the recommendations dolyn Ingram, Annal Martin.
of the Board of Trustees for In- George Washington FLOR I D A 'S MOST COMPLETE F U N SPOT *
structional Personnel for the 1963- Elementary School:
64 school year. Hattie Y. Bailey, Annie G. Baker,
Upon discovering that a school Lorraine Barnes, Maxine K. Gant, ATTENDANCE
bus driver could not serve as a Naomi Lewis, Julia Patten, Ruth I,
trustee the Board returned the re- Phillips, Eloise Stallworth, Barbara 7
commendations back to the trustees J. Thomas, Maybelle Whitley, Chris- I' L a \
to make the recommendations again tine Williams, Lula Mae Wilson, / \
as a school bus driver or as a trus- liam J. Lane. r
tee. Washington High School: CANDY and BUBBLE GUM
The Board felt that it would not Johnny T. Brown, Susie Cooper, .
be legal' in accepting the recom- Hamilton Hollins, Mildred Hollins, 4 TO ALL THE CHILDREN
mendations of the trustees at this David W. Jones, Charles A. Os-
time. borne, Johnnel Palm, U. Diane
ATTEST: Twine, Annetta Whigham, Albert 300 GRAB BAGS WITH PRIZES FOR CHILDREN
Thomas A. Owens C. E. Boyer R. Wynn.
Superintendent Chairman The Board, upon the trustees rec- BRING THE FAMILY -- BRING YOUR DATE -- BRING YOUR FRIENDS!
April 19, 1963 ommendation appointed the In-
The Boara accepted the resigna- structional Personnel as recom- Everyone will enjoy safe, clean, wholesome recreation at JOLLY GOLF-the nicest, brightest,
tion of Mrs. E. L. Antley as trustee mended by the Board of Trustees. gayest fun spot on the beach-Make a date to meet here for a pleasant, lively good time.
as she would rather remain a There being no further business y --
school bus driver, at this time the Board adjourned lA Two Custom Built OFFICIAL SCORING
The Superintendent having re- to meet again in regular session on AY T Custom t
ceived the resignation of Mrs. Ant May 7, 1963. PmINIR C U R S E S
e gTTnSTA. Owens C. E. Boyer JOl ^ A unu"e.d18 hole course design- B 0 W LIN G
a meeting of the Board of Trustees Thomas A. Owens GOLF ed for out-door fun and to chal-
for April 18, in which the Princi. Superintendent Chairman
o icNlenge your playing skill. A 2/3 All the family can play
pals and Superintendent recom- LIST OF EXPENDITURES FOR THE lenge your playing, skill. A 2/3 All the family can play
pals and t upeo ntendent o ecob 1 MONTH OF APRIL, 1963 size junior course for the small and enjoy htis popular 1
mended to the Board of Public In- Re., s MA Store, Sup for iHome s fry. game on ou r official 0
struction the following Instruction- ', l-t,.t ..................... $7 3 fry.l
al Personnel for the 1963-64 School w,' ,'lAware Co., S ........ 72.7 Junior 35c ajor 50 ABC scoring bowling ame
ea:Pri' on. ... 35c., 5- -4,358.28 FREE GAME Golf 3 Golf machines.
Year: Fla. I'ower Corp., Elee .-........ 1,212.42GolfmG
County Wide Personnel \1- *'r.,n,.O & I rei con., iles con. 75.00 19th Hole
Hubert E. Richards, General Sup- Whatley Typewriter o., Sup. and
ervisor; Lila S. Brouillette, Art Su- Aiermn Tir.ianspoit Lines., Frt. .... 14.42 Popular
pervisor; H. F. Ayers, Director, Central Truck Lines, Frt........... 3.68 AM f KIDDIE RIDES
Adult and Veteran Institute; R. C. ay abor ............. GAMES of FUN Juke Box KIDD1E RIDES
Maddox, Testing, Lunchroom Rec- Refund for postage, etc. ........ 7.14 Our big amusement arcade offers rf
ords and Attendance. McGlon Amoco Serv. Sta., Serv .... a great variety of games-Skill M U S A variety of appeal- 1
Principals Star Iub. CO.,Prtg. & inl-.-......35.00 a great variety of games0-SkillC
PrincipalsSt. Joe Lmbr. Co., Sup......... 115. Ball, Baseball, Guns, Pinballs, Shuf- ing a n d colorful
William H. Linton, Principal, We- Mrs. R. R. Davis, Flowers for fle ys, etc., etc. 100 play selection rides that offer a
wahitchka High School; Leroy Rowelln funeral ................ 15.00 of hit tunes and special treat to the RIDE
Bowdoin, Principal, Port St. Joe, Gu Coast Eec. Coop., Electric 2d 10 of hit tunes and children.
Division of General Extension, Sup.'.. 3.50 I5cand 10c music.
High School; Harry H. Herrington, Ismith ,s undries, sup. ........... 7.90
Principal, Port St. Joe Elementary p. F. McDaniel, Sup.. ........... 10.00
School; Howard L. Blick, Principal, Hubert. Richards, Refund on Exp. Pleasant WHOLESOME RECREATION For All The Family
Highland View Elementary School; wc wa light School, Refund on
Edwin G. Williams, Principal, postage, etc ................ 24.69
George W. Carver High School; MRR Truck Co., Frt ............. 3.68 CHURCHES SCHOOLS Children's
Emile A. Twine, Principal, George u"lis .................. .. 14.85. BIRTHDAY PARTIES
Washington High School. St. Joe Motor Co., Labor & parts .. 180.75 CLUBS -- GROUPS
Wewahitchka High School: wiley's Supply Co., Sup ............ 111.29
n elo., Co............18.93 4PICNICS CELEBRATIONS
Irene M. Connell, Annabelle Gas- St. Josph Tel. & TelC., SOo., Ser... 158.83 ORGANIZATIONS
kin, Laura W. Hinton, Charlotte B. city of Port St. Joe, water for PSJ iANIACIiAL NA I
Brown, Letha Rester, Barbara Shir- schools and sewerage ........... 80.11 Raise CASH FUNDS for your special pro- SPECIAL OCCASIONS
Wewahitclika Water Co., Water for
ley, Clifford Millergren, Angeline Wewa schools ................ 28.07 jects and other needs. Ask about our Bring your group to JOLLY GOLF for all
S. Whitfield, Florence H. Pridgeon, Alvin McGlon Serv., Garage, Labor and simple easy plan. those special events. Everyone will have
Magdalene Hubbard, Martha T. La- parts ........................... ...s6.s.
Magdalene Hubbard, McCarty, Etna GT. La- u il Corporation, Sup ........ 7 .67 Write, Phone or See fun-and enjoyment-No fuss, no bother,
nier, Albert A. McCarty, Etna Gas- ecil Parish, Sup. ............ 492.18 no work, no mess to clean. Ask about our
kin, Rosenia Kilbourn, M ad g e St. Joe Radio & TV Co., Sup .... 112 00 JOLLY GOLF Phone 648-3205 special group rates.
Semmes, Harrell E. Holloway, Mar. Coleman Griffin, Labor ........... .36.25
Senses M WHitfiellBEtyHollowa y, Bert Eaker, Labor ..................3.75
lene M. Whitfield, Betty HollowayPate's Service Center, Sup......... 37.80
Fletcer C. Patterson, Mary Jo Pat- James Yadon, Labor...............8.00 BE YOUNG! FEEL YOUNG! STAY YOUNG!
terson, George M. Cox, George A. Leroy Bowdoin, Labor............. 21.00
Chancellor, Jr., Hugh H. Semmes. Forida t. BankS, Paym Enjoy safe, clean, pleasant fun at -
Port'St. Joe Elementary School: Eloise Harper, Sub. work ........... 00E HO sNRS cea f
Daisy Johnson, Avaryee C. Mar- Mrs. Carl Deese, Sub. work ........ 1800 HOURS DAILY
tin, W ie Mae Danie, na C. Nel Be Plumbing Se ., Sup ...... 24.0 12 Noon
tin, Willie Mae Daniell, Ina C. Nel. Willouhliby Whitfield, Labor ...... 250.00 1 No
son, Dorothy F. Barlow, Laura A. Robert M. Craig Exp. to FEA mtg.. 25.00 and
Geddie, Helen C. Burkett, Frank Leroy Bowdoin, ......... 25.00 to 1Sunday
W. Barnes, Joyce S. Faison, Ange. James Moore, .. ............ 25.00 Midnite
James Yadon, "' ............ 25.00
line D. Stone, Sylvia A. Costin, James Gunter, ....... 25.00 R a
;Beulah W. Clark, Billy D. Barlow, James Faison, ............ 2500 Monday or
Marvin P. Huie, Cary E. FlooreK Ivmble R. Skipper, ........ 25.00 Mo or
Marvin P. Huje, Cary E. Floor, Howard L. Blick, ........... 25.00 6 Dm ...Shine
Grace K. Floore, Juanita K. Jordan, s. Janet Anderson, 2..... 25.00 --6
Marian E. Lauder, Charlotte J. Mrs. Avaryee O. Martin, .. 2 00 to 11 p.m. -
Lovelace, Janet C. Anderson, Alice M ill nie Mae Daniell 25.00 COAST HIGHWAY MEXICO BEACH FLORIDA
Blailock Samuelson, Hilda Cox, Lula Y. Wilson, Exp. to FSTA ... 25.00 U. S. 98 BEACH, FLORIDA
Woodfin Cox. Edwin G. Williams, ... 25.00
Port St. Joe High School: AnneTa wTigham, .........25.00
Edith B. Stone, Lillian T. Ken- west Fla. Gas & Fuel Co., sup. .. 101.36
nington, Eula D. Pridgeon, Mari- Port St. Joe High School, Lunchroom
ann S. McConnell, Netta Niblack, an Special Milk Fund ........ 2S2.19
Kanne J. Ivonnel, lNetta i.loack, Wew~ietchka High Schoo, Lunchroom
Katherine J. Ivey, Floye 0. Howard, and Special Milk Fund ........ 409.1S




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Receives Degree

From Seminary
Fort Worth, Texas-Bill Bricker,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brick
er of Albuquerque, New Mexico,
will receive the Bachelor of Divin-


BILL BRICKER
., to receive degree
ity degree from Southwestern Bap-
tist Theological Seminary in Fort
Worth. Mrs. Bricker is the former
Marietta Chafin of Port St. Joe.
Dr. James R. Scales, president of
Oklahoma Baptist University, Shaw-
nee, Okla., will deliver the spring
commencement address at South-
western Baptist Theological Semi-
nary, 9;30 a.m., May 17.
Seminary President Robert E.


Juniors, Seniors

Visit Legislature
By SANDRA BAXLEY
On Monday of this week, the
Junior and Senior classes of Port
[St. Joe High School made a trip
to Tallahassee to visit the State
Capital. The Gulf County students
were invited by the Honorable Ben
C. Williams, Representative for
Gulf County and Senator Luther
Tucker of the Fifth Senatorial Dis-
trict.
The students were given a guid-
ed tour of the legislative chambers,
committee rooms, governor's office
and the general area around the
capitol by Mister Williams.
Several pictures of the group
were made on the south steps of
the Capitol.
A highlight of the trip was the
recognition of the Gulf County stu-
dents by the presiding officers ,of
both the Senate and House.
The students enjoyed lunch at
Morrison's Cafeteria.
Harold Holloway accompanied
the Wewahitchka High school stu-
dents. The Port St. Joe students
were supervised by Mrs. Jean Lit-
tle, James H. Moore and Kimble
Skipper.
The students would like to thank
Rep. Williams and Sen. Tucker for
extending this invitation and hope
that will become a bi-annual event.


Naylor will present degrees and
diplomas to approximately 215 can-
didates.


Graham Film Will

Be Shown Friday A UJ
Evangelist Billy Graham addres-
ses the generation growing up in
the shadow of the atomic cloud in
his newest feature motion picture,
"Touch of Brass" which premieres INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE n
in our city May 10, at 7:30 p.m. in Due to the Paper Mill's big gun,
the High School Auditorium. Bill Whaley, coming up lame, they
had to postpone their match with
Graham's producing organiza- Glidden.
tion, World Wide Pictures, took its On lanes 3 and 4, Back Mainten-
sound-color cameras to the homes ance cooled off a good Box Plant
and factories and places of amuse- team by a score of 3 to 1. Rod Jen-
ment of Manchester, England, sen at 512 and Buford Griffin at
where the story of a working man's 487 led Back Maintenance.
family actually took place. The dra- Lee Taylor at 498 and Ralph
matic cast was drawn from the lo- Moss at 487 were high for Box
cale itself, resulting in a ring of Plant.
authenticity rarely seen on the mo- The Laboratory jumped on Vitro
tion picture screen. The film. was foi a sweep of 4. Tom Thornton
directed by Dick Ross and runs the matched Ruel Whitehurst almost
emotional gamut including some- pin for pin. Tom's Laboratory team-
thing for every age group. mates gave him more help than
Scheduled with the dramatic fea- Ruel's Vitro henchmen and tbat
ture, is a Musical Featurette, "To vwas the difference. J. C. "He is
God The Glory" which features the that way" McArdle at 492 and
talent and artistry of the Billy Gra- Charley Marshall at 448 together
ham platform team: Cliff Barrows, with Mr. Thornton's 572 were high
Song Leader and Master of Cere- for Lab.
monies; George Beverly Shea, in Mr Whitehurst, who is red hot
ternationally known bass banri ne at the moment, shot another big
soloist; Ted Smith and Don Hustad series of 577 for the league cham.-
at piano and organ; and the voices pions. Danny Maddox and Mac Mc-
of the Christianaires Choir. Clain were somewhere over their
A unique highlight is a "Sing averages but not enough.
Along" segment in which the au- On 7 and 8, fading Pulp Mill was
dience participates as Cliff Bar- trounced by their "cousins", Elec-
rows conducts, trick Meter. Jay Bouington and Pete
The two motion pictures provide Ferris at 460 were good enough to
a full evening of inspiration and down the Pulpers to defeat. Dave
spiritual challenge blended in a Jones chipped in a neat 428 to help
most unusual manner, out.


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THE STAR, Port 8t. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1963


PVT. LARRY MORNING
I* ASSIGNED TO AIRBORNE

IL Army Pvt. Larry C. Morning, 19,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Morn-
ing, 149 Avenue F. Port St. Joe,
recently was assigned to the 82d
Robert Whittle had one of his Airborne Division at Fort Bragg,
better nights for Pulp but didn't N. C.
get any help. Robert hit a 470 in Morning entered the Army last
a losing effort. A 443 was the best November, completed basic train-
the Pulp Mill's anchor men could ing at Fort Gordon, Ga., and is a
do. I'm not going to cal Ihis name. light weapons infantryman in the
Team Standings W L division.
Vitro Services ----- 88% 43% He is a 1962 graduate of Wash-
Back Maintenance .- 74% 57% ington High School.
Pulp Mill 71 61
Laboratory 69% 62%
Box Plant 65 67
Electric Meter --- 58 74
Glidden Co. --------- 53% 74% |t's Mercury
Paper Mill 44 84
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White City VFD

Auxiliary Meets
The White City Volunteer Fire
Department Ladies Auxiliary met
Wednesday, May I at 10:00 a.m.
in the home of Mrs. James Horton.
After a short business meeting
the club was dismissed with prayer
by Mrs. Horton.
The next meeting will be May
15 at the Community Building. This G
being the last meeting until Sep-
tember, all members are asked to
bring a covered dish for a covered
dish luncheon. ST J E M T
_+ ST JOE MOT
USE THE WANT ADS Q99 1nnment Ave.


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wesley
Weinerts, 222 Seventh Street an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Charlotte on May 2 in the Munici-
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THE ST'AR, Port St. Joe, Ila. FOR RENT: Large new 3T lbedro6m-
THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1963 house on Garrison Ave. Conven-
ient to town. For further informa-
tion call Roy Hellen, 227-4826. tfc
SFOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
H ,:. Froom house. $5500 per month at
lg 1305 Woodward Ave. Phone B. C.
Gaillard at 227-8396.
FOR SALE: Dodge car, 1953. Cheap.
In good condition. Otto Collings-
worth. Phone 227-8256.
FOR SALE: Reasonable. Gas cook
stove, two heaters, child's play
20" bicycle, Storkline baby bed.
1032 McClellan. 2tp-5.9
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 801
i Marvin Ave. See Cecil G. Costin,
Jr. tfc-5-2
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-
Familiar words in times 0of lashed an escaping. 1027 Long Ave.
,illness. How relieved you are to Contact Ed Ramsey.
know the friendly doctor is here FOR SALE: 2 story unfurnished
at last. In most cases he will bedroom home, 1508 Long Ave.,
give you a Prescription and you $5,500. Also, furnished 2 bedroom
will hurry to your pharmacist. brick home ard small apartment,
We know how important that 1031 Long Ave., $11,000. Phone
piece of paper is to you. So, 648-4128. Mra.
it gets top priority in this FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom home
Rexall Drug Store. Wewant the in excellent condition, with den,
sick to get well, too. We have tile bath, wall to wall carpet in liv-
loved ones and know, justhow ing room. Many. other extras Lo go
loved ones and know just with sale. Located at 1310 Wood-
you feel. ward Ave. Priced for quick sale.
Presently FHA financed. If inter-
YOUR DRUG STORE ested phone 227-5261, George f.
Wimberly, Jr. t-104
FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom frame
house, panel walls, tile floor. At
Buzzett's Drug Store White City. Large 85x160 lot. See
3or call David Rich for more infor-
317 Williams Ave. mation. Day phone 227-2522. Nite
Free Pnrina phone 229-2575. tfc-2-28


Drive-In Window Service I OR SALE: 3 bedroom masonry
Port St. Joe, Florida home. Built-in oven, range and,
Port St. Joe, a refrigerator, chain link fence and
extras Contact M. P. Ferris, 1907
Long Ave., phone 229-2201 or 227-
Classified Ads 7616. tfc-3-28
TAKE UP PAYMENTS: Apartment
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished size gas range and Admiral re-
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave. frigerator. Like new. $13.90 a mo.
Phone 227-7421. tfc-2-28 Inquire at Union Finance Co. tf
FOR RENT: Unfurnished large 2- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on St.
bedroom house, Phone 227-8536 Joe Beach. Carport and storage
after 5:00 p.m. tfc-3-28 room, cypress paneled thruout. Will
finance. Call J. C. Traweek at 127-
FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom house 5927 after 5 p.m. or week ends.
on Monument Ave. Call Mrs. No-
ra Duren, 227-5471. tfc-4-4 FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
-- .- ^, ment for couple only at 1621
FOR RENT: Trailer space in Oakl Monument Ave. Phone 227-7641. tf
Grove. Sewer and water. $14.00 --
month. Phone L. C. Davis, 227-7059. SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 227-7011
LOTS FOR SALE: In Phillip's Sub- for quick expert s.rvice. tfc
division on the Intra-Coastal Ca- --
nal at Overstreet. Simall down pay- DON'T LET YOUR WIFE or moth.
nint. up to three years to pay. er be the only one in church
"or information contact Mrs. L. T. without a corsage to honor her next
.Ari.old, Max Kilbourn or H Sunday on Mother's Day. Call Ed's
Prows. Jr.. Phone 227-4991. if Florist for a giant 3 carnation cor-
FOR 'RENT: Garage apartment. sage for only $1.89 delivered. See
Completely furnished. 2 bed- advertisement in other section of
rooms. B. L. Presnell, Phone 227- this paper.
8305. tfc-4-25 MOVING REQUIRES careful esti-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished mating and planning in advance.
upstairs apartment. Phone 227-' It also requires skill in handling,
8796. 4tp-5-2 l oading and delivering your furni-
ture in the best possible condition.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- MAYFLOWER provides that kind
ed house at Dixie Belle Motel. of service. Let SURPLUS SALES
Call Billy Milton Johnson at 227-' of ST. JOE help you with your mov-
3846. tfc-5-9 ing plans. Free estimates. Just call
227-2011, SURPLUS SALES of ST.
FOR RENT: Two one bedroom cot- JOE, across from the Post Office.
tages, furnished on 9th St. Call
227-5111 or call by Smith's Phar- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
macy. tfc every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.


For Mother's Day-

dive her the nylons guaranteed

not to run from top or toe-

beautiful Berkshires

Every mother loves Berkshire nylons! They're
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COSTIN'S


RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, This Board is aware
of certain dissensions in the Port
St. Joe High School which have re-
sulted in defiance of authority and
reprehensible conduct on the part
of some pupils; and
WHEREAS, This Board consid-

at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3331 for
further information or write P. 0.
Box 535.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing first and third Tuesday nights,
8:00 p.m. American Legion Home.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
ing companions welcome.

Edgar L. Smith, High Priest
Roy L. Burch, Secretary
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
ROBERT L. CREAMER, W. M.
ROY K .BLACKSHEAR, Sec.


NOTICE TO BID
Bid Number 6
The City of Port St. Joe will re-
ceive sealed bids at the office of
the City Clerk in the City Hall,
Port St. Joe, Florida, until 5:00
P.M., May 21, 1963, for the follow-
ing paints as per specifications
thereto or superior:
1.75 Gallons Pigmented Bonding
Sealer:
-Formulation: Pigment by weight
27.5%; Vehicle by weight, 72.4%.
Pigment composition by weight:
Titanium Dioxide, 40%; Silicates,
60%,.
Vehicle Composition by weight:
Epoxy Resin Ester, 42%; Aliphitac
and Aromatic Hydrocarbons, 54%;
Drier, 4%.
2. 50 Gallons Acrylic Masonry
Coating (White)
Formulation: Pigment by weight,
33.6%; Vehicle by weight, 66.4%.
Pigment Composition by weight:
Titanium Dioxide, 70.5%; Silicates,
29.5%.
Vehicle Composition by weight:
Acrylic Resin Emulsion; 28.4% so-
lids, 100.0%.
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
reserves the right to reject any or
all bids received.
J. B. WILLIAMS 2t
City Auditor and Clerk 5-9


pt 1S MUSICAL FEATURETTE


,TU o sing-along fun!
with
CLIFF GEO. BEVERLY TEDD DON
BARROWS SHEA SMITH HUSTAD

High School

Auditorium
Friday, May 10, 7:30 P.M.


____________________________________________________________________________ U


ers that the principal and instruc-
tional personnel of the Port St.
Joe High School are among the
finest in their profession in the
State of Florida, fully capable of
performing their duties and exert-
ing the necessary authority for the
control of the pupils; and
WHEREAS, This Board will not
tolerate any further defiance of
authority, disobedience or miscon-
duct inimical to the efficient op-
eration of the school and entrusts
the enforcement of all rules and
regulations and other applicable
law to the principal and other re-
sponsible instructional personnel
in said school;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED BY THE BOARD OF PUB-
LIC INSTRUCTION OF GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA, as follows:
(1) That this Board has complete
confidence in its principal and in-
structional personnel in said school
and in their ability to perform their
respective duties and maintain pro-
per order and control over their
pupils, and insists that such author-
ity be exerted;
(2) That the principal be, and he
is hereby, instructed to immediate-
ly take such measures as he may
consider necessary and proper to
restore the efficient operaiton of
this school;
(3) That each of the instruction-
al personnel shall be responsible
to the principal for the control of
the pupils and other duties which
he may assign to them to keep good
order in this school.
THIS RESOLUTION ADOPTED
at a regular meeting of the School
Board held at the County Court-
house, Wewahitchka, Florida, on
the 7th day of May, A. D. 1963.
BOARD OF PUBLIC
INSTRUCTION OF GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
C. E. BOYER, Chairman
ATTEST:
Thomas A. Owens,
Secretary

Coldewey Speaks

To Kiwanis Club
Tom Coldewey, chairman of the


NO


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* FINEST CRAFTSMANSHIP and
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Port St. Joe Port Authority spoke
to the Kiwanis Club Tuesday at-
tacking a bill presented to the
Florida legislature by Rep. Ben C.
Williams to create another port au-
thority to encompass Gulf county.
Coldewey hit certain issues of
the bill that he considered a hin-
drance to the tax payers. Among
these items was the power to issue
an unlimited amount of bonds; to
require the county to levy a three
mill tax to pay expenses of the au-
thority; have the power to con-
demn, operate and control every-
thing connected with water trans-
portation in the county.
Coldewey pointed out to the club
that Resolutions had been sent
Williams, Governor Bryant and
Senator Tucker to kill the bill be-
fore it becomes law by the Gulf
County Commission and the city
commissions of Port St. Joe and
Wewahitchka.


No. 1

DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Apalachicola, Florida
Thursday, May 9

"Samson and

7 Miracles"
Friday, May 10

"THE BIG CIRCUS"
Saturday, May 11
IThree Shows -
"REBEL CITY"
"Up In Smoke"

"Johnny Rocco"
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
May 12, 13 and 14

"SODOM and

GOMORRAH"


MONEY


Men's
TENNIS SHOES
Sizes 6V2 to 11V2
$1.99 pr.
27 Piece Milk White
PUNCH SET
Was $5.95
now $4.89

TOWEL SET
For Mother's Day
$1.19

PIL 0 WS
Foam Rubber Was $1.19
now 88c
Ladies
PANTIES
Asstd. Sizes and Colors
5 pr. $1.00


For Mother's Day
8 Piece.
SNACK SET

25c yd.
Was $1.89
now $1.49


Beach
UMBRELLAS
5V2/ feet wood pole
Was $10.95
now $8.00

3 Piece Plastic
DRAPE SET
Size 27" x 87"
47c each

3 Piece Mixing
BOWL SET

Special! 87c


FRIDAY ONLY!
MATERIAL 25c yd.
Reg. 37c yd.
Patterns V2 price

SHOP and SAVE AT CHRISTO'S
Air Conditioned For Your Comfort

CHRISTO'S

5c 10c and 25c STORE
'Open Every Wednesday Afternoon -
328 Reid Avenue Phone 227-8851


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usual in homes costing far more. Notice distinctive lattice work.
attractive shutters, flower box, louvered doors. Separate dining
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exterior storage room, double carport.


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