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 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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MONEY TALKS---Le's keep
1 c it where we can speak with It
S once in a while--Trade with
PE 'R COPY -T E your home town merchantel
"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"

TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1963 NUMBER 38


City Studies Underwriters Report


Key Club Presents $100.00


The High School Key Club pre-
sented the High School Library
with a check for $100.00 to be
used for buying books and sup-
plies last week.
The presentation of the check
was made last Wednesday at


noon at the club's la
of the year. The chec
rented by Freddy Ch
president of the club to
to Niblack, High Sch
ian.


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To High School Library
st meeting The Key Club has been very ac-
k was pre- tive on several school projects
iason, new during the entire school yea-.
o Miss Net- The Key Club is a youth club


ool library


Driver Education To Be Taught This

Summer In Two Shifts; Starts June 10


Driver Education will be taught
this summer in two three-week ses-
sions. The first session will begin
June 10 and run through June 28.
The second session will begin on
July 1 and run through July 19.
There is no charge for the course
and students successfully comnplet.
Mng the course will earn one-half
credit; Due to new state department
regulations, only a limited number
of students will be able to take the
course this summer. Students that
have signed up for the summer
course -were taken on a first come,
first served basis.
New state department regulations
are:
1. Established successful complex
tion of a state-approved course in
driver P'iucation as a prerequisite
to licensing of drivers under 18
years of age.
2. Each student taking d'vrer
education to have or have had a
complete p h y sical examination
within the past two years.
3. Each practice driving automo-
bile equipped with dual controls,
two outside mirrors and seat belts
for each occupant.
Students that have signed up for
the first three week session, classes
will begin at 8:00 a.m. in Room
15 on June 10. Alternates will be
notified by the instructor if a va-
cancy exists.

Send The Star to a frIen(.


Catholics Schedule

Memorial Service
Father Paul Hogarty will hold
memorial services at the St. Joseph
Catholic Church beginning at 12
noon Saturday, June 8, for Pope
John, XXIII, who died June 3.
People of all faiths are invited to
attend.
Leaders of all nations, rich and
poor, Catholics and non-Catholics,
and athiests all over the world have
expressed their sadness at the pass,
ing of, "The Pope of Unity and
Peace."
Pope John, XXIII was born No-
vember 25, 1881, in the small moun-
tain village of Sotto II Monte, Italy,
to simple farm parents and the
fnst of 10 children. He became a
priest in 1902, a Sergeant in the
Italian Medical Corps in 1915, an
Army Chaplain in 1917, a Bishop
in 1934, a Cardinal in 1954, and
finally Bishop of Rome and Vicar
of Christ to a half-billion Roman
Catholics in 1958.
The memorial services will be
rendered by Father Paul Hogarty,
celebrant; Ellis Stevens, Jr., mas-
ter of ceremonies; William Wager
and Kenneth Gautreaux, Acolytes;
Dennis White, Turifier; Fred An-
derson, Boat Bearer and James
Vida, Bell Ringer.


sponsored -byI the Port St. Joe
Kiwanis Club, (Star photo)

TB Hospital Plans
Hon0mecoming for Ex-patients
-The tenth "annual Ex-patient
Homecoming will be held June 9
at the W. T. Edwards Tuberculosis
Hospital, Tallahassee.
Registration will be at ten in
the morning and will be followed
by lunch in the employees cafeteria
and a program in the afternoon.
Thirty-one employees will re-
ceive ten year service pins during
the afternoon program which is
open to the public.


Beach Developer Te

Importance of Bead
Mexico Beach has become an im-
portant part of the economy of this
area, and this fact was made more
evident to the Kiwanis Club Tues-
day, by Charles Parker, owner of
the development between Port St.
Joe and Panama City.
Parker told the Club that he and
his father bought the area in 1946
when: the area paid a total of
$160.00 a year in taxes. Last year,
the same area yielded $60,000.00 in
real estate taxes.
Parker said that in 1947, when
the first subdivision was put on
the market, lots were selling for
an average of $600.00. Now the
choice seafront lots go for as high


Full Time Fireman,

New Truck 'Must'

The City Commission began to
take steps Tuesday to cut the fire
insurance bill of residents of the
City of -Port St. Joe.
The moves came after reading a


County Hires

Architect To

Study Jail Needs

At a special meeting last Fri-
day night, the County Commission
hired Norman P. Gross, Architect,
of Panama City, to make prelimin-
ary sketches, a study and cost esti
mates of renovation of existing
county jail facilities and construc-
tion of a completely new jail.


report from the Underwriters As- The move was taken by the Coun-
sociation, listing things that must ty Board upon orders from the
be done by the city to come under State Prison Board to provide bet-
a lower insurance rating. ter facilities or make other arrange-
Two Big Items mnents for housing county prisoners.
Two large items must be provid- The present county jail was la-
ed by the City that will require ma- beled unfit for habitation by the
jor expenditures before a lower in- State Board, declaring that it was
surance rating can be realized, inadequate, unsanitary and in a
These items will require much bad state of disrepair.
study, discussion and examination Gross will provide the County
by the Board. with the desired information at a
Item number is the need to sup- fee of .05% of the estimated cost
ply a full-time paid fireman on du- of new facilities decided upon. This
ty at all times by the City. This charge will be applied to the ar-
will require hiring at least two and chitects fee when construction is
possibly three men to meet the accomplished.
Underwriters requests.
Item number two is that the
city must provide at least one ad- 'R
ditional 500-gpm pumper in addi- Rotary, Dozers
tion to the two pumpers already in i E e
service. Both of the present pump- Head Field in Dixie
ers are over 10 years old. The new-
est pumper is 13 years old and the Youth 'Baseball
older pumper is 24 years old.
The present pumpers are more
than adequate to meet the City's As the Dixie Youth Baseball
needs. But, the city is providing League play begins its second
fire protection for the St. Joseph month, League managers have re-
Fire Control District which stretch- leased the following standings of
es out for nearly 10 miles in all the clubs to date.
directions from Port St. Joe. The Rotary is on top of the National
City also answers calls to Mexico League with a 9-3 record followed
Beach through courtesy. The Un- closely by Ford-Western.
derwriters say that with this prac- In the American League, Dozers
tice in force, another pumper must and Hard-Stars are tied for second
be provided to maintain two pump- with their next rivals six games
"rs in service in the city limits at out. ... .. l ---
all times. Night games in the league be-
Smaller Items gan Tuesday and will continue on
Several smaller items are needed Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and
to meet the increased standards. Friday nights for the remainder of
These include 550 feet additional the season. Only one game will be
two and one-half inch fire hose, played in the afternoon and one at
and several other minor pieces of night each afternoon for the rest
equipment. of the season.
The Clerk was instructed Tues- The standings are as follows*
day to let bids for the additional NATIONAL LEAGUE
hose and other items will be pur- Team W L
chased from time to time. Rotary 9 3
Ford-Western 7 4
Vitro Rockets 7 5
lls Kiwanis of Krafties R eO0 11

hes to Economy AMERCAN L
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come from South of Atlanta. He
stated that the area is spending up
to $10,000 a year in advertisement
to lure this business and it is pay-
ing off.
"Already", Parker said, "We are
booked up 50% solid for the entire
summer, which is unusually good
at this time of the year".
Parker pointed out that the area
is growing rapidly. His company
alone, built an dsold 22 houses in
the Mexico Beach area .last year.
In July of this year, several canal
front lots will go on the market
for about $2,500 each and more will
go on the market as soon as avail-
able. Parker said lots away from
the beach are being arranged so


as $4500.00 but pointed out that that they will face a man-made ca-
more economical beach lots are nals to give the advantages of


available.
Parker said that
tourist customers of


75% of the
Mexico Beach


Key Club Names Officers for Coming Year


Pictured above are new offi-
cers of the Port St. Joe High
,School Key Club for the coming
school year.


They are, left to right, Lamar
Faison, retiring sponsor, Fred
Chason, president; Bill Versiga,
treasurer; Bill Vervaeke, vice-


president; Larry Parker, secre-
tary; Ken Dykes, parliamentarian
and Kimble Skipper, sponsor for
the 1963-64 school year.


water-front lots.
Guests of the club were Sam
Morgan, Pat Culp, Ira Hill, John
Paul and Al Cook of Panama City.
Sonny Dean of Port St. Joe was
inducted as a new member of the
club Tuesday.

City Awards

Paint Bid
The City of Port St. Joe award-
ed a bid to St. Joe Hardware Tues-
day for 225 gallons of paint under
competitive bids.
St. Joe Hardware bid $4.96 per
gallon for the paint which will be
used to paint the outside of the
big water storage tank on Long
Avenue.
The other tank was painted last
year with a paint not suited to
this climate and peeled. The com-
pany doing the work replaced the
paint at no charge.
After this experience, the com-
mission decided to buy paint for
the climate and contracted with
the National Tank Corporation of
Marianna to apply the paint and
make necessary repairs to the tank.


Dozers 9
Hard-Stars 9
Sockeys 3
Boxers 1
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'Lions Plan

Horse Show

According to projects chairman
Charles Norton of the Port St. Joe
Lions Club, the club will sponsor
a horse show in Port St. Joe in the
latter part of July or early August.
The show will be sparked by the
Saddlin' Seminoles of Wewahitchka
headed up by Dr. Harold B. Can-
ning.
According to Norton, the show
will be sponsored by the Lions to
raise funds to carry out their pro-
ject of purchasing glasses for the
needy.
Norton promised more informa-
tion on the pending show in the
near future.
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Police Arrest Two

For 'Intoxication


Port St. Joe High


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Pictured above are the eight students receiving highest honors
in graduation exercises last Monday evening from Port St. Joe
High School. These high honor students took part on the gradua-
tion program, as has been the custom of the school. The students
part on the program were as follows: Johnny Chafin pronouncing
the invocation; Linda Price giving the benediction and Bill Fite,
Buddy Kennington, Joel Barbee, Mazie Stone, Jan Rawls and Mabel
Stone developing the theme "Tribute To Leaders".


Local police arrested two young
men on Monument Avenue Mon- Southeastern Part
day afternoon for being drunk and Southeastern Part o
disorderly in public. One of those
arrested was a teen-age boy. Nation's Leader InI
According to witnesses, the two
young men got drunk on the city
pier Monday afternoon. One of the The fact that the Southeastern
boys fell into the bay and the oth- The fact that the Southeastern
er fished him out before he drown- part of the United States is becom-
ed. The pair made it to Monument ing the nation's leading timber pro-
Avenue then, where they were ar- ducer was brought out in a film
rested by City Patrolman Allen shown the Rotary Club last Thurs-
Ray Watson. day by the Florida Forest Service.
Watson took the younger of the The introduction of timber as an
two men to the hospital where he important cash crop in this section
stayed under observation and treat- of the U. S. is also causing wild-
ment in the hospital emergency fires to be a serious problem.
room for excessive alcoholism. Graphic illustrations were given
The pair were charged with be- by the film to show how forest fire
ing drunk and disorderly, destroys small trees and makes a


)f U. S. Becoming

Timber Production

tract of land unproductive for years
due to killing off the young trees
and scorching the earth of all or-
ganic matter which helps to sup-
port growth of the pines.
It was pointed out that the South-
eastern U. S. is now producing one-
third of the timber products of
the U. S., being used in lumber,
wood products and paper produc-
tion.
The program was brought by
Clyde A. Fite.


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ring bearer, Gary Price, nece and
Final Wedding nephew of the bride. Best man
will be Norman Price, brother-in-
Plans Announced law of the bride. Ushers are out
Plan of town guests.
Wedding plans have been com- The reception will be held in the
pleted for the wedding of Miss choir room of the church. Recep-
Rosemary Tomlinson to Robert tionists will be Miss Betty Tomlin-
Flanagan, June 9 at the First Bap- son, Miss Judy Good, Mrs. Joel
tist Church in Port St. Joe. The Morris and Mrs. John Rich.
services will be held at 3:00 p.m. i
The wedding attendants are Mrs. Surprise Party
Norman Price ,sister of the bride, U l
Matron of Honor, Mrs. Marylin Ho r ks
Tomlinson, sister-in-law of the honors BrookS
bride and Miss Linda Collier of
Gate City, Va., are bridesmaids. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brooks were
The flower girl is Karen Price and surprised with a house warming


the Rebekah Assembly:of Florida
at the Barcelona Hotel in Miami
recently at which time Mrs. Flora
Long served as assistant conductor
and Mrs. Jessie Owens acted as
page and assisted in the introduc-
tion of notable guests. Among the
newly elected officers for the en-
suing year for the State of Florida
are: Mrs. Flora Long, Warden and
Mrs. Lois Daniell, Assistant Con-
ductor.

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Eta Upsilon
Members Honored
Two members of the local Eta
Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma
Phi were honored Thursday
night of last week by having the
Exemplar Degree bestowed upon
them.
Receiving the degree were
Mrs. David Jones and Mrs. Ed-
S win Peters, pictured left.
The ceremony was held in the
Dixie Sherman Hotel in Panama
City.
The local ladies were two of
three members in this area be-
;' ing honored as recipients of the
service club degree.


Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Ha-per.
of Dothan, Alabama, announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Jacqueline, to Edward Clyde


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Pridgeon, III, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Pridgeon of Port St.
Joe.


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New Beauty Shop Has Grand Opening
Pictured above is the new Helene's Beauty Shop which
had its grand opening last week. Seated left is Mrs. Helene
Ferris, owner, Mrs. G. L. Kennington, Mrs. Bill Brown,
@peartqr nd Mrs. H. S. Lilius,


pal ty given by the members of the
Gplden Agers Club of which they
are charter members, and he is
treasurer. They were the recipients
of many gifts, and the club mem-
bers enjoyed a tour of inspection
of their lovely new home.
Mrs. Braxton Ward, daughter of
the Brooks, were in on the plans
and had prepared a delicious cake
and punch to serve to the guests,
with her small daughter Sandra
assisting. Mrs. Ward, Sr., and Mrs.

Engineer Society

Will Meet June 13
The Gulf Coast Chapter of the
Florida Engineering Society will
hold its monthly meeting Thursday,
June 13 at 7:00 p.m. Central Stan-
dard Time at the Commission Room
of the City Hall in Panama City.
The results of the election of
new officers for the coming year
will be announced at this time and
the new officers will be installed.
All engineers in this area are
invited to attend.


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Joe Grimsley were guests.
Club members attending were:
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fillingim, Mrs.
Calla Perrit, Mrs. Harriet Height,
Mrs. Abby Daughtry, Mrs. Alma
Van Landingham, Mrs. Essie Vil-
liams, Miss Carrie Gibson, Mrs.
Forrest Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Moon, Mrs. Ellen Kirkland and Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr.
The next meeting will be on
June 10 at 8:00 p.m. in the Stac
House.

Rebekah Members
Attend Convention
Melody Rebekah Lodge has just
closed a very rewarding year with
many worthwhile projects and the
hearty fellowship of many distin-
guished guests and social activities.
Mesdames Flora Long, Ruth Mce
Cormick, Lois Daniell, Addie Good-
son, Elsie Griffin and Jessie Owens
attended the annual convention of


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Spirit Filled Singing Led by
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Florida Gardening Notes


By HERVEY SHARPE wisp of a thrip is about 1/40 inch
Agricultural Extension Service long. The little pests feed by rasp-
Bugs in your rose garden are ing the plant surface, then suck-
like unwelcome house guests-both ing the sap as it oozes from the
have brought along a summer-long wound.
ravenous appetite. Rudeness may Often thrips fly to roses in huge
chase away free-loading humans, numbers from nearby plants. Dur-
but not insects. ing flowering periods it is a good
idpi to dust the blooms with either


The little varmints are sneaky
rascals. The moment you turn your
back, they're apt to zip out from
a nearby host plant and begin
munching on the best rose in the
garden.
Not only do insects chomp away
at the plants, but worst of all they
eat the pride out of a gardener's
prestige. To protect that pride
you've got to conquer a horde of
creatures with chewing, sucking,
piercing or rasping mouth parts.
The worst foes of roses are
thrips, mites (red spider) and aph-
ids.
Young thrips are yellowish, min-
ute, slender creatures. A mature


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rose shoots and buds because of
their rapid reproduction rate.
Incidentally, don't blame gentle-
men aphids for the damage. It's a
fact that flippant females often re
produce generation after genera-
tion without any males around. Re-
gardless of sex, the aphids feed by
sucking the sap from the tender
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deformed.
Nature may take a hand in con-
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larva, de-


floating the juice from an aphid lar-
va at the rate of one a minute. The
braconid wasp can deal a death
blow to hundreds of aphids by lay-
ing its eggs inside the aphid.
If you don't have the patience to
wait out the battle of nature, then
try a malathion spray.
Mites or red spider are six-legged
crawlers no more than 1/50 inch
long. Often there is quite a build-
up of damage-dealing spiders be-
fore you notice that the rose leaves
take on an off-yellow color.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.
THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1963
bushes are mute evidence of what
happened to the leaves. Hand pick-
ing and burning the trash-glued
pods will put an end to this leaf-
eater.
There are some 19 species of
scale insects that attack roses. The
most serious are Florida red and
cototny cushion scales. Rose scale
is a third-rate pest.
Most scale insects attach them-
selves to the rose plant soon after
hatching, and rarely move from
their feeding site for the rest of
their lives. Mealybugs are an excep-
tion. They remain mobile through-
out life.


A hand lens is needed to discov- These "stick-tight" scales lose
er mites. You'll find some mites their legs and antennae with their
are whitish and virtually colorless. first molt and become small, round
Others may be tan, reddish or pur- or pear-shaped outlines. The outer
ple.surface may take on a waxy cover-
e. ing, a powdery coat or a cottony
There are a number of spray finish. They feed by inserting a
chemicals that will kill mites. Some tiny thread-like beak into the rose
old stand-by materials include Kel- plant and sucking out the plant
thane, Aramite and Ovotran. juices.
Bagworms are an interesting Methods of controlling scales and
pest. Numerous sacks or bags other rose insects are not the same
dangling from foliage-stripped rose in every section of the state;


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THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1963


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Gulf


COUNTY AGENT
By CUBIE R. LA


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MORE ON CORN AND
FORESTRY
Where credit is deserved it is
very pleasant to give it. There are
three Gulf County men who are de-
serving and should be given due
ci edit:
First Paul Groom of Wewahitch-
ka, who is a Unit Forester, St. Joe
Paper Co., is to be highly commend.
ed for hLi pioneering work h-xre in
the newer methods of planting pine
trees and forestland preparation.
Paul was one of the first men in
this area to try the planting of pine
seeds in forestry plantings. He
made equipment for treating the
seeds to prevent birds, rodents, etc
from destroying the seeds. He tried
th sermal seeding and then the us.i
of Farm row crops seed planter to
plant pine seeds in rows. Mr.
Groom was one of the first to try
the different land preparation me-
thods such as chopping, diking,
plowing, etc., and he is still trying
new ideas for improvement of his
operations on the area in his
charge. This far-sighted and pro-
gressive forester runs a sound and
thorough-going developmental pro-
gram on a large section of Gulf
County and adjoining counties of
Bay and Calhoun.
Ruel Y. Grifin, Wewahitchka
has for several years, grown very
goo d igh-yielding corn on his farm
on highway 22 West of Wewahitch-
ka. Mr. Griffin did some pioneering
here on high-fertilization of corn
and showed clearly that more pro-
fitable higher yields could be made
here o4 our sandy-type soils. Mr.
Ruel was the first farmer here, to
the best of my knowledge, to pro-
duce above 50 bushels, per acre.
A few years ago he reported his
production and the figure given is
still the highest yield to date in
our county. He did this on a small


'the new method of planting-mak- A .!...


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acreage and really tended it close-
ly and carefully, from land prepare.
tion to harvest.
E. C. Harden, Sr., also a pioneer
with the first silage-making here,
really has a good yield of silage
corn on P. F. McDaniell's farm on
south city limits of Wewahitchka
on highway 71. In introducing this
practice here, Mr. Harden began


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ShorteningRICE 5 Pound Bag
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59c POUND 10c Limit 1 with $5.00
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Golden Pod 16 OZ. GIANT Maxwell House Instant

Bananas CO LA 10 Oz. with 2 Oz. Free
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10? EACH $1.29

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ino iows describing the perimeter
of the ever-diminishing rectangle
iso a to save time in turning silage
cutter at harvest.
There have been several farming
"firsts" in Gulf County in the last
15 years and our citizens do these
things in good style, There are
some very good farming opera-
tions being carried on at this time.
If you're interested, look around,
move off the highways and you
might be astounded at what some
Gulf County farmers are doing on
our soils these days.

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Airman ,viurln
Completes Exercise
MYRTLE BEACH AFB, S. C.-
Airman Third Class David T. Mar-
tin of Port St. Joe, has returned
here after participating in Exer-
cise Red Oak, a Tactical Air Com-
mand (TAC) cold weather deploy-
ment maneuver to Alaska from
Myrtle Beach.
Airman Martin, an inventory spe-
cialist, is assigned to a unit of the
354th Tactical Fighter Wing here.
About 130 officers and airmen were
involved in the deployment which
was a test of TAC unit mobility.
The airman, son of Mrs. Isabell


Fennell of 273 Ave. "C", Port Stj
Joe( graduated from George Wash-
ington High School and attended
Florida A & M University. His fa-
ther, Willie C. Martin, resides in
Newark, N. J.

GRADUATES FROM CARSON
NEWMAN COLLEGE
Miss Rosemary Tomlinson, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Tomlin-
son of this city graduated from Car-
son Newman College in Jefferson
City, Tennessee on May 31.
Attending the graduation exer-
cises were Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Tom-
linton, Miss Betty Tomlinson and
Robert Flanigan.








THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1963


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Minutes of The Board should take action on this
matter tonight in obtaining an Ar
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD chitect to present plans to this
Board on the several possibilities
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA of repairing or building a new
building.
May 28, 1963 After much discussion, Commis-
The Board of County Commis- sioner McDaniel moved that the
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, Board negotiate for a contract with
mct this date in regular session Norman P. Gross, Architect, to
with the following members pres- make preliminary plans for re-
ent: A. J. Strickland, Chairman, pairing the present jail facilities
Leo Kennedy, James G. McDaniel, and for-a new jail. Motion second-
S. C. Player and Walter Graham. ed by Commissioner Graham. Upon
The Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney and vote, the following voted: Aye: Mc-
Road Superintendent were also Daniel, Graham, Kennedy and the
present, chairman. Nay, none.
1 he meeting came to order at The Chairman announced that
6:30 p.m. The Rev. J. C. Odum, the Board will notify Norman P.
Pastor of the Long Avenue Bap- Gross, Architect to be present at
tist Church of Por' st. Joe opened 6:30 p.m. May 31, 1963, to discuss
the meeting with prayer. the jail matter.
The Clerk read a letter from The chairman instructed the
Louie L. Wainwright, Director, clerk to notify Charles H. McCau-
Florida Division of Corrections ley, Associates, to disregard the
with reference the Gulf County request made on May 21, 1963, with
Jail facilities. According to said reference to making recommenda-
letter the jail facilities are not ade- tions as to our jail needs.
quate because there is not space to Jesse V. Stone gave an oral re-
handle serious offenders, the quip- port on the progress of the St.
ment is rusted out and worn be- Joseph Point Park project. He said
yond economical repair, the plumb- that the Legislature has approp-
ing and sanitary facilities are in- riated $100,000.00, to be used to
adequate to the point of being a purchase the land from the U. S.
health hazard, the electrical sys- Government, which land has now
tem is dangerous and the facilities been made available to the State;
for women and juveniles are so that no money was appropriated
inadequate that they should not be for construction and maintenance
used. This lette rstated they should of the Park, but that the remaining
not be used. This letter stated that funds of the $100,000.00, after pur-
to put the present jail in first chase of the land could be trans-
class condition would cost in the ferred from purchase of land to
neighborhood of $100,000.00. It was construction use. Commissioner
recommended that the county se- lMcDaniel thanked Mr. Stone for
cure a separate location and con- his labors in this project and said
struct a new jail with facilities for that the Board would continue to
50 persons. do whatever it could to push this
Commissioner McDaniel and Park Project.
Commissioner Player su g gested Ivey M. Pipe and wife, Marvell
that no action be taken on the Pope, presented a plat of Lake
jail until after the Board has an Heights Subdivision, Unit 2. After
answer from Charles H. McCauley being advised by the Attorney,
Associates, Architects, to the re- there was a motion by Commis-
quest for recommendations on the sioner McDaniel, seconded by Com-
jail and information as to Federal missioner Graham and unanimously
matching funds, carried that said Plat be accepted
The Chairman said that the jail and filed in the Public Records.
question has been kicked around The meeting did then recess un-
for years and that he thinks the til 6:30 p.m., Friday, May 31, 1963.


ST. JOE MOTOR CO. -


25th ANNIVERSARY SALE


structed to survey a centerline for ATTEND GRADUATION
this proposed road.
The County Engineer reported Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Whitmore,
that he was meeting with the Flor- their son Clifford and daughter
ida Power Corporation right of way
engineers on June 4, 1963, to con- Elenor of Concord, Tenn., attended
sider his assignment of making the graduation of their son and
recommendations to the Board for brother, Tommy Whitmore from
a utility right-of-way policy. Port St. Joe High School last week.
There being no further business,
the meeting did then adjourn. While here they visited with
ATTEST: Mrs. Whitmore's brother and fam-
George Y. Core A. J. Strickland ily, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Beard, other
Clerk Chairman relatives and friends.


ATTEST:
George Y. Core A. J. Strickland
Clerk Chairman
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
May 31, 1963
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
met this date, pursuant to recess
taken on May 28, 1963, with the
following members present: A. J.
Strickland, Chairman, Leo Ken-
nedy, Walter Graham, S. C. Player
and James G. McDaniel. The Clerk,
Sheriff, Attorney and Engineer
were also present.
The meeting came to order at
6:30 p.m. The Clerk opened the
meeting with prayer.
Norman P. Gross, Architect met
with the Board upon being invited
to discuss the necessary repairs or
construction of the jail. The Chair
man thanked Mr. Gross for appear-
ing and informed him as to what
the Board has done in this matter
up to this date; that the Board
wants information as to the Coun-
ty's needs, considering repairs to
the old jail and the possibility of
a new jail; that the Board also
wants to know what this prelim
inary plan will cost and the length
of time involved.
Mr. Gross thanked the Board for
the opportunity to discuss this
matter. He said that his firm has
done this type planning for many
years and would first recommend
that the count ylook into the in-
ture in this planning; you must al-
so consider the financial angle;
consider Federal Aid for this type
project; that a Federal Agency will
assist in financing the planning
under certain conditions and that
a complete picture should be pre-
sented as to the cost to up-grade
the present facilities as compared
to the cost of new facilities; that a
pre-preliminary report will cost
.05% of the estimated cost of the
job; that this fee will be deducted
from the Standard A.I.A. fee in
the event final plans and specifi-
cations are initiated. After much
discussion, there was a motion by
Commissioner Graham, seconded by
Commissioner McDaniel and una-
nimously carried ,that the Board
execute a contract with Norman
P. Gross, A.I.A. to make a study,
sketches and cost estimates on re-
novation of existing jail and fa-
cilities, a comparative cost of new
jail and facilities, the architect to
receive a fee of % to 1% and said
fee to be deducted from the stand-
ard A.I.A. fee in the event final
plans, specifications and supervi-
sion are initiated.
The Clerk informed the Board
that it should begin considering its
budget for the next fiscal year and
that a tentative budget should be
adopted in July.
The Florida Engineers Associates
presented plans for paving two
streets in Jones Homestead and
the same were approved.
The County discussed construct-
ing a road from SR 71 to the Dal-
keith colored cemetery. The Flor-
ida Engineers Associates were in-


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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


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POSTOFFICE Box 308


Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.

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advertisement.


MCC Employees their families attended the Memor-
MC i Employees Wial Day outing. The employees of
MCC have various outings through-
Enjoy Fish Fry out the year on or near national
holidays as a means of fellowship,
Last Saturday the employees of and to call anew to each person's
Michigan Chemical Corporation attention, the many sacrifices that
plant at Port St. Joe enjoyed an af- have been made to make this a


ternoon of food and fun. Accord-
ing to plant manager, R. G. Ver-
vaeke about 150 employees and


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Gun, Frl. Holidays 2:456 .
Men. thru Thurs. 4:45 p.m.
THURSDAY FRIDAY


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free land.
The program got underway at
1:00 p.m. with many games and
activities for the small fry of the
group. Concluding the children's
activities, was a penny scramble
with 500 pennies being thrown out
for them to go after.
Following the children's activi-
ties, the seafood dinner of mullet,
shrimp, both fried and boiled, fried
oysters and of course raw ones,
hush-puppies, potato salad and soft
drinks, was served by chief cook
Ed Downs and his many assistants.
From the dinner table the party
proceeded to the softball field for
a game between Maintenance-Ware-
house vs Production-Supervision.
The dinner almost won the game
but the mighty M&W team man-
aged to edge out the overstuffed
P&S team by a score of 21-5.
At the conclusion of the day a
door prize was awarded to Willie
Gilbert, son of electrician Doug
Gilbert. It seems as though main-
tenance took all the awards, for
the day.
Except for over-eating and a few
pulled muscles, everyone fully en-
joyed the outing and are eagerly
looking forward to July 4 when
the company annual barbecue will
be held.

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game is worth it.
I want you to know that winning
is important, as long as it is done
in a fair way. Any unfair win is a
loss to the building of your charac-
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win that way.
Dear Willie, I know you have problems, your
I see that you like to play base- coach, your parents and your
ball. I'm glad to hear that you friends want you to be a winner.
made the team. Maybe your team How much they want your team to
will be league champs this year. win matters, which brings me to
I hope so, but I want you to know the reason for this letter to you.
that five of the six teams in your I hope that your coach wants
league will not be league cham. your team to win on ability, train-
pions. It's always been that way, ing and taking advantage of good
only one winner, the rest are also. breaks. Remember, he's not manag-
rans, anyway, there's always next ing the New York Yankees who are
year. As long as you did your best, professionals, just you kids. I hope
and had fun doing it, that's the im-: you are lucky and have a coach who
portant thing-then maybe the ican enjoy the game and is your


friend, even if you make mistakes.
Your parents are your parents.
They want you to win. Maybe they
come out to see the games, some
do. They should be proud of you.
I hope they are not the kind who
get overly enthusiastic about win-
ning and blame everyone for not
winning, the umpires, the other
coach cheats, the other team plays
dirty, etc. If you don't hit a home
run every time you bat, so what,
you're still their son.
Baseball is a great game. You
probably will never make the big
leagues, it really doesn't matter.
As long as boys are born each year
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year. There are millions of new
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Well, boy, I hope your team
wins this year. I hope you hit 62
home runs, but above all, I hope
you play your best and really have
fun playing. Remember you are
the most important person on the
field.
Your friend,
UNCLE PAT


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Dear Friends:
Silence cannot be misquoted!
This statement comes to us on a
calendar blotter from Betty Rose
(Fine Coats and Suits). A unique
and worthy thought but how
can one Tattle with Silence? This
typewriter has the word "Silent"
on it but it still makes a noise. It's
now bedtime and it may keep Mrs.
B. awake two rooms distant.
We'll just make a guess there
won't be silence then, either!!! Nev
ertheless, let's ramble around and
see what's cooking!
Here's a Tattler Salute to friends
and former residents of Port St.
Joe, the little Gulf Coast city that
seems to keep tugging one's heart
even after one leaves! Many of
these fine folks still take The Star
and keep up with the local events.
There's the Drakes (our former
postmaster) now living in "little
ole Atlanta". We've already heard
they are visiting St. Joe this sum-
mer We'll be happy to see
them! There's Jack and Lib Hut-
chinson (Jack kept our books many
years ago) They live in Winter
Garden now and Jack's a big juicy
fruit man! The twin boys were ba-
bies then now they're grown
. plus several more! Time an,.
space will not permit us to men-
tion many of these folks we miss
and think of often Yes, we cor
dially greet you and send you our
best Tattling Good Wishes! Won't
you drop us a line and .
one more suggestion won't you
consider retiring in or near Port
St. Joe? The water's fine! Well,


changing the subject and still
speaking of water It's really
interesting and plain heart lifting
to see a landlubber like Dr. Harris,
local pastor of the First Methodist
Church, take to water! Just like
a Baptist preacher! Yes, acres and
miles of it right in St. Joseph's
Bay! This writer persuaded him to
get out of bed one morning this
week about 4:30 a.m. .. and .
whatta you know .. We went
fishing! Why, Dr. Harris got right
in that boat (first time ever in a
boat, I believe) without batting an
eye, or saying a prayer (out loud).
We rode from place to place .
fed scores and scores of fish .
we brought several with us! We had
breakfast aboard about nine o'clock
(mighty hungry, too!) consisting of
tasty cold fried chicken, homemade
pound cake (furnished by the party
of the second part). The writer was
slightly embarrassed having hur-
riedly picked up a package of store
bought cookies along with a cou-
ple of Pepsis. Nevertheless, we
were well nourished and it all turn-
ed out to be a most pleasant ex-
perience Believe we'll do it
again Changing subject again:
had a lotta news but got to talking
about fishing and here's the bottom
of the page. Next week we'll have
a quotation from Shakespeare and
etc. S'long. RGB
P. S. Referencefishing deal: The
writer also came out with some
extra fine Hay-A-Tampa cigars that
happened to be too strong for the
preacher and a luxury
for yours truly.


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