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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: June 13, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
1 C it where we can speak with It
*once in a while-Trade with
P E R C P Y your home town merchantsl
"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"

TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1963 NUMBER 39


Apalachicola Boat Club Plans Annual

Apalachicola Rivercade for June 22,23


Saturday, June 22 and Sunday,
June 23, the Apalachicola Boat
Club will sponsor its 12th annual
Rivercade, Chattahoochee to Apala-
cola and return 220 miles by
river. Everyone with a boats in-
vited to join in the cruise.
The fleet of boats will leave
Chattahoochee boat landing on the
Apalachicola River at 9:00 a.m.
EST, Saturday morning, June 22.
The group will cruise down river
to Blountstown boat landing for
refueling and refreshments. Then,
on c;own river to Apalachicola
Yacht Basin, where at 5:00 p.m.
all iivercaders will be served a
hit seafood dinner.
Next, beginning at 9:00 p.m.,
the Grand Rivercade Dance will
be staged by the Apalachicola
Lions Club. Music will be by "Wil-
lie The Weatherman" dance band.
On Sunday, June 23 at 9:00 a.m.
the Rivercaders will take off back
up the river to Chattahoochee,
concluding the 220 mile river
cruise. On this return trip, the
boats will again stop at Blounts-
town for refueling. Information
from around the territory indi-
cates a large fleet of boats will
participate in the cruise.
Of especial note, everybody is in-
*vited to join in the Rivercade
dance, whether in the Rivercade
or not. Dates again, June 22 and
23.

Dixie League Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Team W L
Rotary 12 3
Ford Western ---------- 9 5
Vitro Rockets 8 7
Krafties 0 14
.. .. ...
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Team W L
Dozers 12 2
Hard Stars 11 3
Sockeys a 10
Boxers 2 12


Troop 47 Sets

Annual Camp Trip

For June 24 29
Troop 47, Boy Scouts of Amer-
ica of Port St. Joe will begin a
week of camping activities on June
24 through June 29, according to,
Scoutmaster John T. Simpson.
Simpson said that some 60 boys
in the Troop are eligible to take
part in the activities.
The oiftdoor camp will be at
Links Landing, on White Sand
Creek, located about eight miles
South of Marianna.
The annual camping activities
are to be used to good advantage
in helping Scouts to pass many
outdoor activities merit badges.
The Scouts will travel to the
campsite in a school bus. Scouts
wishing to take part in the active.
ties should contact the Scoutmas-
ter by Monday, June 17.
Total cost for the week's camp.
'which will include food, is $12.75
per boy. Funds derived from the
annual Boy Scout Circus will be
divided between the boys going to
camp and their camp fee reduced
by this amount.
Medical examinations will be
given all Scouts participating in
the camp. Date of the examinations
will be announced Monday, June
17.

'Becky Childers Scores
Again In Beauty Contest
Miss Becky Childers of Port St.
Joe has received another honor
for her beauty.
She was entered last week in
a contest sponsored by the Crest-
view Jaycees 4nd took third place
in the event.
Miss Childers was entered in the
event by the Port St. Joe Jaycees.


Vitro Services slow-pitch soft-
ball team traveled to Eglin AFB
on May 25 to meet with the Vit-
ro All-Stars for their annual
game at Vitro's picnic. Vitro at
site D-3 here at Port St. Joe
brought back the trophy by win-


Overstreet Bridge

Survey Promised
The Star is in receipt of
a copy of a letter this week,
written by William T. Mayo
to Gulf County Representa-
tive Ben C. Williams.
The letter states: "As a
result of your persistent ef-
forts, it gives me great plea-
sure to inform you that the
Road Department will begin
preliminary engineering for
a new Overstreet Bridge in
the very near future.
"I will keep you advised
of the progress that is made
on this very needed project."
Presently a floating draw-
bridge spans the Intracoastal
Canal at Overstreet and Wil-
liams has been seeking to
get this span replaced with a
draw bridge since his elec-
tion last spring.


Scheffer Home

Damaged by Fire
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Foy
Scheffer of Beacon Hill was slight-
ly damaged by fire Sunday morn-
ing at 11:00 a.m.
According to Fire Chief R. H. Eli-
zey children in the house were
playing with matches when one of
the children caught his shirt on
fire. The shirt was ripped off and
thrown outside. The house had just
been moved to its location and the
surrounding area had not been
cleared of brush. The brush caught
fire and caught the underside of
the home afire.
Scheffer knocked out most of
the blaze with a fire extinguisher
and held the flame in check with
a water hose Wvhile Port St. Joe
firemen drove the ten miles to the
emergency. `
The` Fire *Department finished
putting out- the small flame that
was left.


ning the game by a score of 6-2. Clain, Larry Davis, Don Sickmon
Pictured above in the back and Steve Dennedy. Kneeling in
row from left to right: John Re- front is E. W. Clarno, manager
gan, Danny Maddox, Jake Koller, of Vitro Services at Eglin AFB
Blair Shuford, Charles Tharpe. presenting the trophy to Luie D.
Olin Roney. Front row, Don Holland, team manager.
Lawley, Wayne Ernst, Randy Mc-


FPUC Makes Study Of Power Rates


Florida Public Utilities Commis- iate schedule that would apply to
sion ordered Florida Power Corp. all commercial and industrial cus-
Monday to provide a rate schedule tomers and then asked that it be
based upon the customer's demand disapproved on grounds it would
and usage rather than on his busi- Lave an adverse effect on revenue.


ness classification.
Commission Chairman Ed Ma-
son said he could find "little or
no justification for a large corn
nmercial customer with relatively
favorable use-characteristics to be
paying higher rates than a small
industrial customer merely be-
cause one is a commercial type
enterprise and the other is an in
dustrial type business."
The order followed a response
by the company to a commission
order a year ago requesting a new
rate schedule.
The commission said the com-
pany submitted a general service


of the company's records and de-
velopment of a rate schedule by
the commission.
The company serves, Alachua,
Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Gulf,
Hamilton, Hardee, Hernando, High-
lands, Jefferson, Lafayette, Marion,
Orange, Osceola, Pasco, Pinellas,


temporary rate schedule effective Polk, Seminole, Sumter, Suwanee,
July 1 pending a complete study Taylor, Volusia and Wakulla.


Game Commission Hearing Tonight


All sportsmen are reminded
that the state Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission will
hold a public hearing in the
County Courthouse in Wewa-
hitchka tonight.
The meeting will begin at 7:30
p.m., CST, and will discuss the
wishes of sportsmen in this area


concerning hunting and fishing
rules and regulations for the next
season.
Also, along this same, line
new fishing licenses will go on
sale Saturday for the new fishing
season. New licenses will be re-
quired by July 1.


In addition, the commission or-
dered the company to set up a


School Board Decides to Ask





For Resignations of Personnel


Regisnations

Will Be Asked By

Mail This Week

Want Replies To
Letters Within 10 Days
The Gulf County Board of Pub-
lic Instruction took definite ac-
tion in their regular meeting on
Tuesday of this week to create a
more healthy atmosphere in the
Port St. Joe High School, after
what one of the members termed
"Two years of trouble".
The trouble has been identi-
fied as misunderstandings be-
tween some of the staff mem-
bers, and has caused concern for
citizens of the community, es-
pecially so during the past sev-
eral months.
After a short period of discus-
sion of the matter, the Board
apparently drew the opinion that
morale among students, faculty
and citizens had deteriorated far
enough and decided on a course
of action to be taken.
It was moved by Board mem-
ber Kenneth Whitfield and sec-
onded by member Carter Ward
that an undisclosed number of
letters be sent to un-named in-
structors at the High School ask-
ing for their resignations or a
response to the letter within
ten days.
The number or names of the
instructors were not made pub-
lic pending notification of the
parties. Upon notification and re-
cept of a.- swer. the names of the
instructors will be listed in the
School Board minutes.
The Board stipulated that if
the resignations or answers are
not forthcoming within the 10
days, legal action will be taken
by the Board. What the legal ac-


County Asked To

Survey Roads In

New Subdivisions

About the only thing of import-
ance that occurred at the regular
meeting of the County Commis-
sion meeting Tuesday morning was
an approval of a new subdivision.
The new subdivision, owned by
Dave Gaskin is an addition to Ri-
verside Estates across the Dead
Lakes. The new subdivision runs
along the Chipola River Cut-off.
Gaskin asked that the road be
surveyed preparatory to platting
the subdivision.
The county agreed to make the
survey.
C. F. Hanlon of North Gulf Coun-
ty asked that a road right of way
be surveyed on his property ad-
joining the Dead Lakes in prepara-
tion to subdividing some property
he owns. The Board agreed to make
the survey but pointed out that no
read work in the project could be
done this year.
Engineer Max Kilbourn present-
ed a resolution to the Board gov-
erning the placement of all uihli-
ties along county and secondary
roads. This resolution will be stu-
died by the Board and acted upon
at a later date.

Lightning Strikes
Mexico Beach Home
Sunday afternoon at 4:00 p.m.,
lightning struck the beach home of
Ewell Edwards of Quincy and set
the house afire. Edwards and his
family had just left for home in
Quincy just after -noon, and were
not in the home when lightning
struck.
The fire entered the house on
the electrical outlet and was dis-
covered by Barney Early who runs
a service station near the house.
The fire was kept under control
by residents of Mexico Beach un-
til the Port St. Joe Fire Depart-
ment could arrive on the scene.
The damage to the home was
not extensive.


tion was or what steps will be
taken, was not stated by the
Board.
In other action by the Board,
member Joe Ferrell moved that a
resolution be adopted requesting
local Radio Station WJOE to as-
certain correct facts before report-
ing school business in the future.
Kenneth Whitfield commented
that the station had publicised spe-
cial meetings by the board which
were not so. The Board did not
meet on the occasions. WJOE re-
porter Guy Middleton stated that
the station had reported the news


as presented to station reporters.
The Board went on record in-
forming WJOE to ascertain cor-
rectness of such stories from eith-
er the Chairman of the Board or
Superintendent Tom Owens before
airing. It was brought out by Fer-
rell's resolution that this report-
ing had had an adverse effect on
the condition of the schools.
Attorney Cecil G. Costin stated
that radio reports that a commit-
tee from the Governor's office was
in Port St. Joe investigating the
schools was incorrect and the sta-
tion so informed. Upon correcting


the story, Costin said, the station
erred again in stating that the in-
vestigators were from another
state department.
It was brought out by Costin that
Representative Ben Williams had
requested a member of the John's
Committee to come have a look at
the schools, and did not set foot
inside the school. Costin stated
that after conversation with him-
self (Costin) the committee mem-
ber said he was going back to
Tallahassee.
Middleton again stated that the
reporting was as it had been told
to WJOE.


it., .-


CANCER FUNDS-Mrs. Harold B. Can-
ning (center) of Wewahitchka is shown
above presenting Walter Dodson, Cancer
Drive Treasurer with a check for $1,437.68


collected in Wewahitchka during the re-
cent drive. Looking on (left) is Mrs. Her-
bert Brown, county campaign chairman.
-Star photo


County Again Tops Its Quota


In Funds Collected for Cancer


Gulf County has done it again! For the seventh con-
secutive year, Gulf has. exceeded its goal in the Cancer Cru-
sade drive. According to drive chairman, Mrs. Pearl Brown,
a total of $4,065.81 has been collected so far with a tentative
$195.00 still to be collected.
But then, this is an old story be- .
cause Gulf County has exceeded GrA
its cancer crusade goal each year teacher GroUp
since beginning to participate in ffi
the drive. For the past several NameS Officers
years, the goal has been increased The Gulf County Education As-
slightly each year in view of the association held its annual social-
fact of past performance, and still business meeting at Van Horn's
the quota has been met and Restaurant on Tursday night,
exceeded. quota for the county this June 6.
The quota for the county this


year was $3,000. Last year's quota
was $2,500.00. This year's collec-
tions amount to almost the same
thing as last year's collections.
Last week, Mrs. Harold Canning
turned over to Walter Dodson,
Chapter Treasurer, a check for
$1,437.68, as Wewahitchka's con-
tribution toward the drive. The
annual Horse Frolics continued to
be the biggest money-maker, ac-
counting for $991.43 collected at
the show and some $330.00 collect-
ed in Port St. Joe and credited to
local collections. Wewahitchka al-
so turned in $446.25 in house to
house collections.
Port St. Joe area workers collect-
ed a total of $2,428.13 toward the
drive.
The Gulf County Cancer Society
expresses its thanks to each vol-
unteer and each contributor for
their valuable support of the cru-
sade.


Highland View Scho
Highland View E 1 e m e ntary
School will offer a summer read-
ing program correlated with a rec-
reation program. This program will
begin on June 17, according to the
principal, Howard Blick.
If you plan to enter your child,
you should contact the principal's
office of Highland View Elemen-


A highlight of the meeting was
the awarding of recognition plaques
to teachers who had put in 25 years
of service or more in the field of
education. President James Moore
presented awards to the following:
Janie C. Dunn and Anna Belle
Gaskin of Wewahitchka; Ina Nel-
son, Helen Burkett, Ester Pybus
and Minnie Howell of Port St. Joe.
Officers for the 1963-64 term
were elected. They are as follows.
President, Hubert Richards; Vice-
President, George Cox; Secretary,
Marion Lauder and Treasurer, Beu-
lah Clark.
Officers elected for the class-
room teachers association are:
President, Daisy Johnson and Vice-
President, Harold Holloway.
Outgoing officers are: President,
James Moore; Vice-President, Hu-
Lert Richards; Secretary, Margaret
Biggs and Treasurer, Martha San
born.


)ol Sets Clinic
tary School and pay your fee of
$5.00.
This reading program will be of-
fered to any pupil finishing the
third grade this year, through the
sixth grade. If you desire more in-
formation about this program con-
tact the principal at Highland View
Elementary School or phone the
office 227-4281.


Innoculation of Pets
Set For Friday
Chief of Police H. W. Grif-
fin announced this week that
a public innoculation of dogs
against rabies will be pro-
vided on Friday, June 14
from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
The innoculations will be
given by Dr. H. A. Butts at
his Animal Clinic located
on the corner of First
Street and Long Avenue.
Cost of the rabies shots will
be $2.00.
Chief Griffin urges that all
pets be innoculated since the
advent of hot weather makes
pets mor6 susceptible to ra-
bies. Pets should be innocu-
lated every 12 months.


Firemen Entertain
Families At Roast
The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Department entertained their fam-
ilies with a weiner roast at the
Centennial Building Monday af-
ternoon.
On hand for the occasion were
about 50 firemen, wives and chil-
dren who consumed hot dogs, cold
drinks and cookies.
One of the fire trucks was on
hand for the children to inspect.


City Baseball Team
Plays Here Saturday
According to Benton Hamm, a
town baseball team has been or-
ganized and will make its local
debut Saturday evening at 8:00
p.m. Pt Centennial Field.
The Saints will play Wewahitch-
ra.
,Vdmission is free and everyone
is urged 1, attend.


Local Vitro installation Wins Softball Tournament










Miss Ward Feted

With Tea Saturday

Miss Monica Barbara Ward was
honored on Saturday the first of
June when Mrs. Joseph Hendrix,
Mrs. Tom S. Coldewey, Mrs. H. H.
Saunders, Mrs. Robert Major and
Mrs. J. Lamar Miller entertained
with a tea at the home of Mrs. Mil-
ler on Constitution Drive.
Guests were welcomed at the
door by the hostesses and present-
ed to Miss Ward and her mother,
Mrs. Silas R. Stone.
SMiss Ward wore a printed blue
and white dress with white acces-
sories. Miss Ward and her mother
wore white corsages.


317 Williams Avenue


The tea table was overlaid with
a cut work linen cloth. Silver
plates and compotes filled with
dainty cakes, nuts and mints were
served.
The centerpiece for the table
was an epergne filled with an ar-
rangement of pink carnations.
Miss Judy Fensom, Mrs. Harry
Tison, Mrs. Blair Shuford, Miss
Tish Boyd and Miss Ann Miller
served punch from a silver punch
bowl.
The hostesses presented the hon
oree with a beautiful silver hors d
ouv-.e tray.
During the afternoon, approxi-
mnately 150 friends called..
Miss Ward will become the bride
of Walter Derrick July 27 in the
St. James' Episcopal Church


Port St. Joe, Florida


Miss Hilda Jones and W. L Smith, Jr., Are United In

Marriage In First Baptist Chu roh, Moss Point, Miss.


The wedding of Miss H'Lta Jones
and W. L. Smith, Jr., was solem-
nized May 19 at 3:00 p.m. from the
First Baptist Church in Moss Point,
Mississippi.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
ar.d Mrs. C. R. Jones of Kreole,
Miss., and the groom's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur L. Smith of
Port St. Joe.
Nuptial music was presented by
Miss Frances Warden of Jackson,
Miss., at the organ and J. Tr. Hanna-
ford as soloist.
The Rev. Van Hardin officiated
at the double ring ceremony in a
setting of pedestal basket. of
white gladioli with palms and
candelabra holding lighted v- ite
tapers,
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, was lovely in a floor
length gown of white peau de sole,
fashioned with appliques of lice on
a controlled skirt delicately pleated
at the back. Tiers of scalloped
chantilly lace fell from the waist-
line to form a chapel train. The
fitted chantilly lace bodice fea-
tured a scalloped square neckline
and long sleeves ending in ealla
points at the wrist.
Her fingertip veil of imported
illusion fell from a pearl tiara and
she carried a bouquet of sweet-
heart roses centered with a purple
throated, white orchid.
Mrs. Pat Watts, Jr., sister of the
bride from Clinton, Miss., served
as matron-of-honor. She wore a
street length dress of ice blue peau

Visiting Parents
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Fairley of
Moss Point, Miss., are spending
this week visiting Mrs. Fairley's
parents, Mr .and Mrs. W. L. Smith.
Sr.


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Ce


FATHER'S DAY


What shall you give to one small boy?
A glamorous game, a tinseled toy,
A barlow knife, a puzzle pack,
A train that runs on curving track?
A picture book, a real live pet .
No, there's plenty of time for such things yet.

Give him a day for his very own-
Just one small boy and his dad alone.
A walk in the woods, a romp in the park,
A fishing trip from dawn to dark,
Give the gift that only you can-
The companionship of his Old Man.

Games are outgrown, and toys decay-
But he'll never forget if you "Give him a day."
ANON


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Free Parking -- Drive-In Window Service


rf pink carnations and silver c
A1elabra holding lighted tapers.
Pne end of the table was the
I~ er punch bowl; on the other (
of the table was the four-tie:
wedding cake which was emboss
with white spunsugar roses &
topped with a lovely arrangem
of pink sweetheart roses.
I Miss Clarice Mooney of Jacks
Miss., served the cake after the
i tial cutting by the bride :
i groom. Miss Faye Holloway, cou
'. of the groom from Chattahooci
served the punch. Others assist
at the reception were Misses Mi
Roberts, Mary Rockett, Mary /
Everette and Terry Miller.
Mrs. S. M. Stringer, aunt of
S bride kept the bride's book.
For the wedding trip to So
Florida, Mrs. Smith wore a t
linen suit with blue and white
cessories and the orchid from
/ bouquet.
/ The newlyweds will reside
j New Orleans where the groon
employed as an electrical engin
with the Boeing Company. He
cived his BS degree from Miss
ippi State University.
The bride was graduated fi
Blue Mountain College, where
,:' received her BA degree, and 1
formerly employed at the F.
Baptist Church of Moss Point.


The groom's parents entertained
the wedding party and out of town
guests at a rehearsal dinner on
Saturday evening, May 18 at Mrs.
Bill's Restaurant in Moss Point.
The tables were beautifully decor-
ated with arrangements of spring
flowers. The bride and groom pre-
sented each member of the wed.
ding party with a gift. About 50
guests attended the dinner.
Out of town guests at the wed-
ding included the Rev. and Mrs.
Kenneth Stringer and daughters,
Nancy and Wanda Kay and the
Rev. Bobby Jones, Pinola, Miss.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Bennett of
Blue Mountain, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Goodman, Ocean Springs,
Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Quarles,
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Player and
daughter, Marsha, Mr. and Mrs.
Durel Brigman, Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
Martin and daughter, Barbara, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Ferrell, all of Port
St. Joe.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Holloway and
daughter, Faye, Mr. and Mrs. 0.
E. Rowan and son, Steve, Mrs. Su-
sie Rowan, grandmother of the
groom, of Chattahoochee.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sumrall
and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Price of
New Orleans.
Mrs. Lois Chism, Miss Delores
Chism, Bill Chism and Bill Bliss
of Mobile, Alabama.


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At THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
sil- THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1963
end


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de soie with a scooped neckline. Stevenson of Huntsville, Ala., Ce-
The bell-shaped skirt featured cil Martin of New Orleans, La.,
pleats in the back with a flower of and Grady Player of Port St. Joe.
peau de soie at the waistline. Her The candles were lighted by Ralph
headpiece was a veil of illusion at- and Butch Jones, brothers of the
tached to a circlet of matching bride. Serving as ringbearer was
peau de soie. She carried a nosegay Robert Fortenberry, II.
of pink carnations. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs.
Bridesmaids were Miss Kathy Jones chose a mauve pink lace
Jones, sister of the bride, Mrs. P. dress, matching hat and white ac-
B. Fairley, sister of the groom, cessories.
Mrs. Ralph Jones, sister-in-law of The groom's mother wore an
the bride and Mrs; George Sevier olympia blue lace dress, matching
of Muscogee, Oklahoma. hat and accessories. Both mothers
The bridesmaids wore dresses wore white orchid corsages.
and accessories identical to that Following the, ceremony, the
of the matron of honor, bride's parents entertained at a
Serving as flower girls were lit- reception in the church social
tie Misses Joyce and Teresa Fair- room. The room was decorated
ley, twin neices of the groom, who with baskets of white gladioli and
wore floor length ice blue peau de potted palms.
soie dresses identical to those of Receiving guests with the bride
the bridesmaids and carried bas- and groom were their parents and
kets of pink carnations? members of the wedding party.
Wilbur L. Smith served his son The bride's table which was cov-
as best man. Ushers were P. B. ered with white taffeta and net,
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sionary, is shown rehearsing
with the 180 European musicians
in Zeppelinwiese Stadium, Nur-
emberg, Germany, during a pre-
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ture and sent it to her as a gift
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Miss Lottie Hall, Jehovah Wit-
ness in Gulf County, will leave in
July with 600 other missionaries
for a series of around the world
assemblies. Slogan for the assem-
blies is "Everlasting Good News".
By the time they return in mid-
September for the final assembly
at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Cali-
fornia, the group will have held
assemblies in Europe, Scandanavia,
the Holy Land, India, Asia, Austra-
lia, islands in the Pacific, including
Hawaii.
As a professional musician and
teacher, Miss Hall will contribute
to the music program in each
country.
Twice earlier Miss Hall has tra-
veled in Europe as musician and
missionary.
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Beach Residents
Seek To Halt
Driving On Beach
Residents of Mexico Beach are
calling attention to the public of
a very dangerous bit of pleasure
which must come to a halt before
someone is killed or seriously in-
jured-namely riding on the beach
in motor vehicles. The private
beaches of Mexico Beach are be-
coming a second roadway, they
say. Such driving is against the
law.
Several property owners with
private beaches have tried to per-
sonally stop the traffic, but with
little success. Now is the time that
further action must be taken, they
say. Arrests will be made for driv-
ing on the private beaches.
Residents of the beach area urge
that traffic on the sands be stopped
voluntarily before an incident such
as happened at Jacksonville Beach
where a child was run over and
killed happens here. Motorists are
urged to place spare a few min-
utes of pleasure that may save a
life.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1963

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Three Gulf County
Bills Pass Both
Houses Last Week
TALLAHASSEE Three Gulf
County bills gained approval and
another one was killed in the leg-
islature last week.
A bill to prohibit Gulf County
paying a retainer fee to a private
engineering firm completed the
legislature rounds for the second
time.
The bill by Rep. Ben C. Williams
of Port St. Joe was introduced
early in the session. It passed both
the House and the Senate but was
recalled for correction.
The bill is designed to prohibit
the practice of paying a firm a
retainer fee of $1,800 and then pay
in gthe same firm $125 per day
for work done for the county, Wil-
liams said.
Another bill passed the Senate
on a motion by Sen. Luther Tucker
of Crav.fordville which provides
authority for Gulf County com-
missioners to condemn property to
be used for three wayside pa:ks.
The bill which was introduced
also gives the commissioners auth-
ority to pay for the land and the
construction of the parks out cf
the county's secondary gasoline
tax funds.
The Senate passed a third bill
which would pay Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas R. Thornton of Overst-'eet
$10,000 damages as a result of al-I
leged negligence of the road de-
partment which resulted in their
six year old son being drowned.
i bill which would have raised
the fees for leasing oyster grow
ing bottomlands from 50 cats to -
$2.00 per acre and provided a $200 -
application fee was killed by the
House Finance and Taxation Corn-
nrittee.
The bill had been introduced
earlier by Rep. Williams.

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1963


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Historical Society
Location of Fort C
The Gulf County, Historical Co
mission met May 27 in Wewahitc
ka at the Wewahitchka State Ba
building at 7:30) pm.- The follow
ing members, were present: M
Ned S. Porter, Chairman, Geor
Y. Core, secretary, Mrs. Hub
Brinson, Billy Howell, Char
Smith and Dave Gaskin. Mrs. Da
Gaskin was present and served c
fee and cookies to the members
The minutes of the last meet
of April 4, having been mailed
each member, the reading of sa
was omitted and the minutes we
approved and adopted.
Charles Smith gave a report
to his committee's recommendat
for the "Fort Place Iola St. Jose
Railroad" marker. It was decide
that the recommendation as s
mitted be approved after incl
iig that a replica of the eng
used on said railroad be placed
the marker. Billy Howell was
rented to supply the proper pr
of this engine, before the reco
mendation is forwarded to
Florida Park Services for final
proval before the order is plain
for the marker.
A report was given on the 0
Railroad Wheels which are n
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provement of commercial forest
trees in the South. SFTIC chair-
man is J. W. Johnson, superinten-
dent, Woodlands Research Depart-
ment, Union Bag-Camp Paper Corp.
Savannah, Georgia.
Several pulp and paper compan-
ies aq' well as the Florida Forest
Service have established tree im-
provement projects.


Begins Search For
revecoeur In County
in- stored at the Museum in Port St.
ch- Joe. It was decided that this Com-
nk mission urge the Florida Park Ser-
>w- vice to mount these wheels on a
irs. proper foundation at an approp-
rge rate location in Constitution Park.
e The chairman informed the
es Commission that information is
ve- needed with referenceto to the true
of- location of "Fort Crevecoeur" and
. discussed several methods of seek-
Sing such information. It was decid-
to ed that an advertisement be placed
in The Star requesting anyone
ere with knowledge of "Fort Creve-
coeur" to contact one of the mem-
on bers of this Commission.
ion
eph A discussion was had on the next
ed budget request to the County Com-
ub- missioners. It was decided that this
ud- matter be tabled until the next
ud- meeting.
Q The Commission voted to pay
di- Charles Smith $5.00 for miscellan-
*int eous expenses.
The Chairman asked for a re-
the port on the proposed "Show Case"
that is needed to display items
ced oed dby the Commission or loan-
ed to the Commission.
Old The next meeting will be in
ow Port St. Joe on June 24, at 8:00
p.m. The meeting did then adjourn.


Burt C. Gaillard
At Great Lakes
GREAT LAKES, ILL (FHTNC)
-Alexander L. Gaillard, 23, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Burt C. Gaillard of
1009 Monument Ave., Port St. Joe,
is undergoing recruit training at
the Naval Training Center, Great
Lakes, Ill.
The nine-week training includes
naval history and organization,
customs and courtesies, ordnance
and gunnery, seamanship, damage
control, first aid, swimming and
survival, shipboard drills and sen-
try duty. Academic examinations
are given and must be passed in
order to complete the training
program.
Military drill is emphasized and
practiced frequently. Various mili-
tary inspections are conducted to
teach recruits the proper upkeep
ot themselves, their uniforms and
their living spaces. In addition,
physical fitness is stressed and
maintained by calisthenics and ath-
letic competition.
During the training recruits re-
ceive tests and interviews which
determine their future training
a:nd assignments in the Navy. Up-
on graduation gfrom the basic
training program they are assign-
ed to service schools for technical
instruction or to ships or shore
stations for on-the-job training.


Timber Demands

Must Be Met
TALLAHASSEE-Future demand
for U. S. Timber can-and must-
be met, according to G. W. E. Nich-
olson, president of the Tennessee
River Pulp and Paper Company.
"Research, forestry management,
and forest genetics can close the
gap between production and usage
of timber in the United States pre-
dicted for the year 2,000," he said.
Nicholson will address the 7th
biennial conference of the South-
ern Forest Tre elmprovement Com-
mittee at Gulfport, Mississippi June
26-27. He is a leading industrialist,
and pioneer advocate of genetical-
ly improving southern forests.
Theme of the SFTIC meeting is
"Tree Improvement in Modern
I Forest Management." Topics will
include Intensification of Forestry
Practices, How Genetics Can Help
the Forest Manager, Inheritance
Patterns of Trees, Mass Produc-
tion of Improved Seed and Value
of Genetics.
Program Committeeman R. A.
Bonninghausen, forest manage-
ment chief, Florida Forest Service
said the entire program had been
geared to the interests of practic-
Sing foresters, woodlands managers,
Industrialists, forest scientists, bus.
l inessmen and timber growers.
Attending delegates are expect-
ed from 12 southern states. SFTIC
was organized in 1951, represent-
ing public agencies and industrial
associations dedicated to the irm-


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N1f ~f A kort t. Jo., fats. THURSDAY, JUNE T1, T963
NOTICE OF TAX SALE
Notice is hereby given that on the 24th day of June, 1963. at the
front door of the City Hal City of Port St. Joe, State of Florida, tax
sale certificates will be sold ton the following described land to pay
the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same, together with
all costs of such sale and all advertising.
J. B. WILdoAMS,
City Treasurer and Collector
City of Port St. Joe, Florida
ASSESSED OWNER: Lot Block Adv. Total
Brown, Estate, C. B. 3, 5 1002 .50 25.90
Bryant, George E. of 10, 12 1017 .50 2.62
Gr anger, Andrew W % 8, 10 1016 .50 3.32
pHops, Nero 2 B .50 2.62
Lo nire, Ernest 16 A .50 3.32
Pallon, Ed 25 1003 .50 3.32
Pe cock, J. A. 2, 4 58 .50 6.86
Petrs, Damon 31 1018 .50 1.91
Peters, Damon 25, 27 1001 .50 27.34
Williams, Roy Lee 32 1010 .50 3.32
PERSONAL PROPERTY
Alha Lee Wryant's Beauty Shop .50 3.32
Fl0yd Chevrolet Company .50 35.78
Toilinson, A. R., Service Station .50 14.61
Standard Service Station (Woolford) .50 17.43



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on him around the clock!
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John Robert Smith, Pharmaceutical Chemist
Drive-In Window & Free Parking At Rear
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Go Dutch With Sour Cream Apple Cake
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If "Dutch treat"' entertaining is on your schedule, you will be
wise to consider the appetizing apple cake pictured here. It has
so much to recommend it ... one-bowl mixing and an easy baked-
on topping.., which makes it such an accomplished traveler. The
final test is in the eating, of course, and that is where this cake
really scores high. Delicately tender with a spicy apple topping, you, will
want to serve it for all treats, not just the "Dutch" variety.
SQVR .CREAM APPLE CAKE
Measure 2 cups sifted cake flour into sifter; add 2 featsoons oubtM-*
6th ig bakig powder,- 4 teaspoon salt, and 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar.
Stir X cup butter or other shortening until softened. Sift in the dry ingre-
dients. Add cup milk and 1 teaspoon vanilla; mix until all flour is damn.
ened. Thet BEAT 2 MINUTES at low speed. of electric mixer or 300
vigorous strokes by had. Ad 1 egg and BEAT 1 MINUTE longer or
an additional 150 strokes. Pour into a greased 9-inch square pan. Bake it
moderate oven (375*F.) 30 to 35 minutes, or until top springs back when
lightly touched.
While cake is Saking, ee? an thinly slice. I small ar apple. Cornm
Une with 1 cups sour cream,, cup sugar, 1 teaspoons cinnamon, and
V4 teaspoon nutmeg. When cake is done, remove from oven (da ot turn
off heat. Carefully spoo sour rea n mixture over top of hot cake, right in
the fan. Ped anS thinly silc 1 more small tart apple. ani arrange ove
topping. 1tallustpwoisandis Z 20inatesJonger.Serve Swarm.
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FLORIDA GARDEN NOTES, University of Fla

A BEAUTIFUL LAWN TAKES CARE,

PLANNING AND LOTS OF WORK


By HERVEY SHARPE
Lawns are like some ladies-
both are happiest when they are
making others green with envy.
Since like begets like, spending
money is the easy answer. Howev-
er, remember that feminine fash-
ion stresses the bare areas, while
in lawns the object is to cover up
the nude earth.
If you have enough money left
over after dressing up the lady
of the house, then hire the local
landscaper to handle the lawn
problem with a property line to


WE CONGRATULATE

Governor Farris Bryant on his


'Florida Greeter' Program

We Are Proud To Cooperate With The Governor In This Project And

WE INVITE ALL OUR CUSTOMERS IN THE

PORT ST. JOE AREA
To Also Cooperate By
Extending Friendly Greetings To Our Visitors and Newcomers

We Are Sponsors of


Florida Greeting Service Inc.

Which has been Greeting Newcomers to Florida Cities since 1950

All Of The Undersigned Sponsors Hay Been Designated
OFFICIAL "FLORIDA GREETER" INFORMATION CENTERS
We Invite All Newcomers And Others To Visit Us!
-Look for the "FLORIDA GREETER" Sign-


Marvin's Standard Service Station
Corner Monument and Second St.
Rich and Sons Super Market
205 Third St.
DeLuxe Laundry and Dry Cleaners
107 Second St.
The 'Star Publishing Co.
306 Williams Ave.
Costin's Department Store
209 Reid Ave.
Harden's Dairy
Wewahitchka, Florida
Roche Furniture & Appliance Store
209 Reid Ave.


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


property line layer of green sod.
But, if you are the average new
mortgage holder who is spending
on next year's pay raise, you will
make the lawn project a do-it-your-
self job. Your first task is to yank
out all the debris the contractor's
bulldozer failed to gouge out.
The next several sets of blistered
palms will follow raking away sur-
face trash. This includes plaster,
lime or mortar deposits. Such al-
kaline materials, if left in the soil,
will give grief later by preventing
fertilizer applications from becom-
ing fully available to the grass.
Therefore, testing the soil is a
vital step. The tests will indicate
the plant food requirements for
growing a lush, green lawn.
Following a heavy shower. check
the lawn site for standing puddles
of water and, if needed, fill in the
low spots before planting. For bet-
ter looks and for drainage, slope
the earth away from the house.
On sandy soil add three cubic
yards of organic matter per 1,000
square feet of lawn, area. This will
insure good grass growth. Peat or
composted crop residues will be
fine. Mix the material into the soil.
A rented rototiller will do the job
in a hurry.
The next step may be soil sterili-
zation. It isn't essential but will kill
weed seeds and nematodes. Since
the chemicals used in the process
are deadly, it's usually a job for
the professional.
What to Plant
There's no ideal grass. The zoy-
sias have won acclaim for texture,
but require much care and good
soil. Centipede is "poor man's"
grass that does well on sandy soil
with little fertilizer and few mow-
ings.
St. Augustine rates good, but is
ravaged by chinch bugs. Common
Bermuda is fine-textured, tolerates
salty spray but requires much
work and considerable fertilizer.
The Bahia grasses form a loose turf
that takes constant mowing to keep
seed stalks down.
A new grass on the horizon is
Floratine St. Augustine. It was
developed by the Florida Agri-
cultural Experiment Stations and
released recently to commercial
nurserymen. It's available now
from most turf growers.
Floratine is a blue-green, close-
growing type that covers the
ground rapidly and forms an excel-
lent sod. Four-year tests show that
it's superior in weed and disease
resistance.
Planting
Methods of planting are sod,
sprig, plug and seed. Sod is the
answer to an immediate ground
cover. Grass plugs cover about one
third the area that the equivalent
amount of sprigs will cover.
Sprigging is the economical
planting method. Sprig the slower
growing zoysiagrasses on 4 to 6-
inch centers. Other grasses will
give full cover in one season if
set on 8 to 12-inch centers.
Plenty of water and monthly ap-
plication of 3 pounds of ammonium


Pleasure Boat Owners Must


Re-Register Craft By June 30


TALLAHASSEE Florida plea-
sure boat owners were reminded
by Conservation Director Randolph
Rodges this week that 1961-63 reg-
i'.tration certificates expire June
30.
Pleasure boat owners may re-
register their craft through their
county tax collectors, starting
June 12, Hodges said.
The old certificate must be pre-
sented to the tax collector when
applying for a new certificate.
Hodges pointed out that under
legislation exacted by the 19o3
Legislature owners of new boats
are required to present satisfac-
tory proof of ownership when ap-
plying for a registration number.
The new law also provides that
the decal given boat owners ze-
registering their vessels is to be af-
fixed to the port side of the boat.
Salt water commercial boast
must re-register with the Board of

Counties Get Checks for
$6,000 From Track Tax
TALLAHASSEE-State Comp-
troller Ray E. Green said this
week that checks for $6,000 from
the race track tax funds are be.
ing mailed to each of the 67
counties.
The comptroller said the to-
tal received by each county to
c4dae for the current fiscal year
from the race track tax fund is
$'9t.000, or $6,500 mora than
each county received for the
Same period last year.
There will be one more distri-
bution of race track tax fund
June 30.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank my many friends
and neighbors for the many won-
derful flowers, cards and visits dur-
ing my three weeks stay in the
hospital. I also wish to thank Dr.
Wayns Hendrix, the nurses and
Pastor C. Byron Smith for their
care, concern and prayers.
Mrs. Elrie Marshall

nitrate per 1,000 square feet of
lawn will urge the grass to spread
at top speed.


Expert Carpentering
Cabinet Making
Roofing and Painting
Complete Homes or general
repairs-no job too large
or too small
Phone -
GRADY MATHIS
229-1406 for free estimates


Conservation. Fresh water commer- State Game and Fresh Water Fish
cial boats must re-register with the [Commission.


UNTIL YOU CATCH A COMET AT

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1963



THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY B. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, ProdM
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department


DIL 227-3161


PosTOFFICE Box 308


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

SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS, $127.50

TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.


5 HAMBURGERS $1.00
5 HOT DOGS $1.00
EVERY DAY NO LIMIT
To Take Out


City Restaurant

Corner Fourth Street and Monument Ave.


FATHER'S DAY



Samsonite Luggage


- JUNE 16


- Rockers


Recliner Chairs Foot Stools


Reading Lamps


- Radios


- Beach Umbrellas


Beauty Rest Mattresses

Make DANLEY'S your headquarters for "Perfect
Giving" for Dad on his day. You'll find many gifts
that will please any father ... for years to come!


FOR RENT: Two bedroom house,
corner Tenth Street and Long
Avenue. Call Mrs. Nora Duren;
Phone 227-5471. tfc-6-13
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house
in Oak Grove. $50.00 mo. furnish-
ed; $40.00 mo., unfurnished. Phone
227-8111. tfc 6-13
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave.
Phone 227-7421. tfc-B-28
FOR RENT: Trailer space in Oak
Grove. Sewer and water. $14.00
month. Phone L. C. Davis, 227-7059.


FOR RENT: Two one bedroom cot-
tages, furnished on 9th St. Call
227-5111 or call by Smith's Phar-
macy. tfc
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment for couple only at 1621
Monument Ave. Phone 227-7641. tf
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room house. $55.00 per month at
1305 Woodward Ave. Phone B. C.
Gaillard at 227-8396.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished two
bedroom house on Highway at St.
Joe Beach. Phone 648-3472.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom furnished
and unfurnished houses in High-
land View. Reasonable. J. D. Clark,
phone 227-7771. tfc-5-30

Real Estate For Sale
2 bedroom house, Mexico
Beach. Large lot, 100x150. Com-
pletely furnished.
Frame, 2 bedroom house on
highway, St. Joe Beach. Excel-
lent financing by owner.
Frame 3 bedroom house on
Hunter Circle. Presently FHA
financed.
Beach lots, St. Joe Beach and
Mexico Beach.
WANTED-Listings on rental
property, St. Joe and the Beach-
es.
The Pridgeon Agency
INSURANCE REAL ESTATE
E. Tom Pridgeon, Reg. Broker
Mrs. Jean Arnold, Reg. Sales.
301 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe
Phones 227-7741 and 229-3201


You Are Cordially Invited

Long Ave. B
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FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish-
ed house at 1106 Palm Blvd. Call
227-5261 after 5:00 p.m. tfc-5-30
FOR RENT: One bedroom and pri-
vate bath, living room and TV
room privilege. 528 corner of Sixth
Street and Woodward Ave. 2tp
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
1506 Long Ave. Phone 227-5426.
2tp-6-6
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
cottages at St. Joe Beach. Com-
pletely furnished. One bedroom
$35.00 per week. Two bedroom
$50.00 per week. Call M. K. Hurl-
but, Jr., at 227-4271 or 229-1656
for reservations. 4tc-5-30
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house fur-
nished on bluff at Beacon Hill.
$50.00 week. For reservations call
648-4238 or 229-3201. Mrs. L. T.
Arnold. tfc-6-6
FOR SALE: Good used sewing ma-
chine. No down payment. Only
$5.00 month. We repair any make
or model sewing machine. The
Remnant Shop, 323 Reid Ave.,
Phone 227-2491. 2tc 6-13


FOR SALE: 1951 International 1%
ton moving van. Recently rebuilt
engine and good tires. $450.00. Sur-
plus Sales at St. Joe, Phone 227-
2011.


FOR SALE: 2 story unfurnished 2
bedroom home, 1508 Long Ave.,
$5,500. Also, furnished 2 bedroom
brick home and small apartment,
1031 Long Ave., $11,000. Phone
648-4128. Mira.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on St.
Joe Beach. Carport and storage
room, cypress paneled thruout. Will
finance. Call J. C. Traweek at 227-
5927 after 5 p.m. or week ends.
CAREFUL MOVING Mayflower
Warehousemen handle your fur-
niture carefully. Drivers are train-
ed in proper handling methods.
Special pads and covers prevent
marring. Completely equipped, mo-
dern vans assure safe loading and
transportation. C all SURPLUS
SALES of ST. JOE for free esti-
mates. Just Phone 227-2011.
WANTED: A good reliable person
to supply customers with Raw-
leigh products. Write Rawleigh's,
Dept. FAF 100-127, Memphis, Tenn.
4tp-6-6
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 227-7011
for quick expert service. tfe
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3331 for
further information or write P. 0.
Box 535.


FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet. Radio WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
heater, good running condition THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
Inquire at Buzzett's Drug Store. ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
FOR SALE: 1960 Fleetwood house Home.
trailer. Two bedrooms, 46 ft. long,
10 feet wide, with auto washer. FOR SALE
Small equity and take up pay- New three bedroom masonry
ments. For further information you house with one and a half baths.
can come by and see the trailer at FHA financing.
444 Parker Ave., Highland View. Two bedroom frame dwelling on
Woodward Avenue, in good condi-
FOR SALE: 1962 Tru-Tone tape re- tion. Can purchase for small down
corder. Phone 227-7546 or see payment.
at 525 Fourth Street. 2tc-6-13 Two bedroom masonry house on
Hunter Circle. FHA financing.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Pick-up, Three bedroom, two baths, liv-
$275.00. Call 227-8596. 2tp-6-13 ing room and den. Buy owners
equity for only $900 and assume
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 801 existing mortgage. Total cost only
Marvin Ave. See Cecil G. Costin, $8890. 3tNKHANNON -
Jr. tfc-52 221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom home, 2,000 SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
feet floor space. 2 full baths I 0. F.-Meets second and fourth
large fenced back yard, garage andI Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in American
utility. Close to school. Well estab. Legion Hall. All members urged to
lished landscaping. 1027 Long Ave. attend.
Contact Ed Ramsey. Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C..Martin.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
To Attend St, Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
aptst Church ing companions welcome.
aptist Church ,
)UM, Pastor Edgar L Smith, High Priest
Roy L. Burch, Secretary
............ 9:45 a.m. THERE WILL BE a regular com.
11:00 a.m. munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
TION --T-------6:45 P.M. No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
ON ................and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
8:00 P.M. ROBERT L. CREAMER, W. M.
nesda) n 7:30 .m.ROY K BLACKSHEAR, Sec.


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Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


CLASSIFIED ADS
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SOCKS

A perfect Father's Day Gift
Come in and see our comr
plete selection of colors and
styles.

by Jockey


DRESS SHIRTS
for Dad!
All the best selling collar
styles. Popular short sleeves
for summer. All sizes.
All sizes and styles
Arrow and Other
Brands


Men's Jewelry


Hickok and Danbury

BELTS

priced from

$1.50 up

All sizes and styles


Beautiful Iickok
OUFF LINKS TIES
PINS TIE BARS


from $1.50


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SUMMER VACATION


Bargain P ni >


Picks Up More Speed In This Second Week!

LET'S GET POP OUT OF THE CELLAR!
FATHER'S DAY SUNDAY, JUNE 16

Cool, Wash and Wear
MEN'S DRESS PANTS
HUNDREDS TO SELECT FROM


$4.59 to $7.99
Plain or Pleated 28 to 48

A REDUCED GROUP OF
RAND and RANDCRAFT SHOES
Dressy ties and slip-ons. Values up to $15.00

33Y3 OFF Regular Price


Guaranteed TULANE and CAMPUS
SPORTSHIRTS -- each $1.77

Men's Sanforized SHORTS and SWISS RIBBED

UNDERSHIRTS -- 3 for $1.59

Men's Full Size, Hemstitched
WHITE HANDKERCHIEFS -------10 for 72c
All Men's TIES, BOWS, READY TIED and Sl O0
REGULAR STYLE ... up to $1.50 Value -.. .UU
Scores of other popular and necessary items for POP
. and SOX GALORE ... And remember: BOYLES
WILL GIFT WRAP YOUR PACKAGES OR WRAP TO
MAIL Pop will be pleased when you Shop Boyles,
your friendly, home owned, home run, neighborly store
. Yes, the store that brought lower prices to Port
St. Joe. In the Busy, bustling block at 222 Reid Ave.,
where everybody shops.

BOYLES JUNE BARGAIN FROLIC PICKS UP SPEED!
NEW SUMMER MERCHANDISE ARRIVING DAILY!
(Bought At Special Prices)
Tune in to St. Joe's New 1000 Watt Station EVERY
MORNING for Happy, Vacation SHOPPING NEWS!


Dear Friends:
Here it is! Tattling time
again and only a short time until
The Star goes to press. Maybe we
can pick up a few random thots
while thrifty customers are ea-
gerly shopping Boyles weekly
Wednesday RIO1 JALE! (Better
make a note of this Bargain Ev-
ent). Now, to the beach for a
few sentences:
The Tattler will sponsor a St.
Joe Beach Booster's Club! .A
FREE membership card will be
sent to you when you send in
your name to this writer or
Boyles Department Store or,
just an easy telephone call will
get you this charter member-
ship. What do you think? We
hear an awful lot about beaches
in this area (Bay County, Frank-


lin and etc.) but we don't hear so
much about St. Joe Baech. It
has the same natural beauty and
attraction that other beaches
have maybe not as highly
developed but many folks prefer
plenty of breathing room plus
nature's simple and wonderful
beauty! The water is St. Joseph
Bay in that is fine safe,
too Help us friends let's
get St. Joe Beach on the map!
You'll hear more about this la-
ter!
While there's an abundance of
things that coul dbe Tattled .
time is just about up Just a
moment to mention two or three
highlights of Boyles Vacation
BARGAIN PICNIC in another
space of this shining STAR!
S'long. RGB


FURS and


WOOLENS


PROFESSIONALLY

CL ENtED
AND VAULT

STORED


Complete protection
from Moths, Fire and
Theft.
... More closet space
for you.


SHOP EARLY!

While Selection Is Still Complete






COSTING'S


TOPS for DADJ



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Also .
Complete Selection of
SUITS TROUSERS
WALK SHORTS SPORT SHIRTS
For Dad on Father's Day. Popular priced with latest
styles and fashions.


PAJAMAS
Select from short or long
styles. Solids and prints.

$2.98


S. 200 206 REID AVENUE IN PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


Box Storage $2.49
Plus Cleaning Charges Insured for $200.00
It costs so little and it's so convenient to get this finest
storage service. Send your winter garments now .
Be safe and smart.

Our Routeman In This Area Monday and Thursday

DOMESTIC Laundry and Cleaners
417 Grace Ave. Panama City, Florida


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THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1963 THE STAR,. Port St. Joe, Fla.


- Say You Saw It In The Star -



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

Church School 9:45 A.H.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Bibye Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship .-..-..........-- 6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.



I .FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 am.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .-...------........... 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .-....... 7:30 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


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


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP 11:15
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30
MID-WEEK SERVICE (Wednesday) .... 7:30
YOUTH SERVICE (Friday) 7:30


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Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Grady d
Dean, Sr., of St. Joe Beach an-
nounce the birth of a son, Calvin
Grady, Jr., on June 4. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dewey Pat-
terson, 803 Garrison Avenue, an-
nounce the birth of twin daugh-
ters, Deborah Ann and Donna Lee
on June 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C. Tootle,
601 Marvin Avenue announce the
birth of a son, Roger Clayton on
June 6.
Mr. and Mrs. James Daniel Mad-
dox, 1907 Cypress Ave., announce
the birth of a baby girl, Jenneda
Loranne on June 6.
All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.

WMS Circle 1

Meets At Church
The WMS Number One of the
First Baptist Church met at the
church Monday afternoon at 3:00
p.m. with 14 members present.
The meeting was opened by all
singing the song, "Serve the Lord
With Gladness". The devotional
was brought by Mrs. W. M. Chafin
from Genesis 12:1-14, and Mrs. J.
J. Laurimore lead in prayer.
The program was brought from
the Royal Service magazine, with
all participating. The subject, "Col-
lege of Missionary Knowledge" in
Liberia and West Africa. Mrs. W.
J. Daughtry dismissed with prayer.
All WMS members and prospects


Simpson Gives

Talk On Coins

J. T. Simpson gave an interesting
programto the Kiwanis Club Tues-
day on his hobby coin col-
ecting.
Simpson said that along with
his hobby went a study of methods
of exchange used by man and the
articles used for mediums of ex-
change ranged from large stones
weighing in excess of a ton to dog
teeth. One area in the South Pa-
cific even uses beans for money..
Probably the most interesting
periods of money in the U. S.
came during the Civil War said
Simpson, when neither the North
or the South had gold to back up
its currency and issued all types
of notes, bonds and paper money
to be used for currency. "Most of
it was worthless", said Simpson.
A common practice during this
era was for banks to issue their
own money, backed only by the
integrity of the bank. The banks
would have money printed, some
with one denomination of bills on
one side and another denomination
on the other side of the sheet of
paper running in the opposite di-
rection. When a need for bills
arose, they would take a pair of
scissors and cut a bill of the pro-
per denomination from the large
sheet.
Simpson showed samples of his
coin collection which dated back
to one coin of Hebrew origin mint-
ed back in 1267.
are urged to attend the circle meet
ings in the following homes nexi
Monday afternoon at 3:00 p.m.
Circle One meets in the home oi
Mrs. Aubrey Tomlinson.
Circle Two meets in the home -)


Rotarians Hear of

Training Program

Col. Morehead, commanding of
ficer of the U. S. Army training
ri'ssion here this summer spoke
to the Rotary Club last Thursday,
outlining the Army's purpose in
the maneuvers currently being held
on St. Joseph Spit.
Col Morehead stated that for the
most part, the maneuvers are be-
ing held to train reservists redes-
ignated as transportation troops.
The operations train personnel
in the latest techniques of unload-
ing supplies moored at anchorage
to landing craft and transporting
to the beach, then redistributing
the supplies to equip fighting
troops.
With today's fluid battle lines,
the army has recognized a need for
supply troops to be trained in how
to defend themselves from gueril-
las and infiltrators, so this is part
of the summer training at St. Jo-
seph's Spit.
Several different units from dif-
ferent sections of the Eastern part
of the nation will be at the Spit
for two week tours of duty through-
out the summer.
Guests of the club were Joe King
Richard Morley and Harry Murphy
of Panama City, Ed Russ of Port
St. Joe and Harry Babbit, Jr., of
Sewanee, Tennessee.
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Mrs. T. E. Parker, Sr.
Circle Three meets in the home
of Mrs. W. S. Smith.
Circle Four meets in the home
of Mrs. W. 0. Nichols.


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