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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 20, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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"Port St. J"-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chaffahoochee Valley"

TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR PORT 04. 40J, ILORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1963 NUMBER 40


St. Joe Paper Company was lic: Interest Award was establish-
recently prsentedthe Public In- ed in 1948 to recognize leader-
terestAward-plaque shown above ship, initiative and orliiinlity in
by the National Safety Council. promoting accident pkrFention.
This non-comnetitive award was St. Joe Paper Cqo t (y was
made for outstanding services to the only industry in ',rda and
safety througib mass communica. the only paper mill 1 tjhe na-
tion media during 1962. The Pub- tion to receive this,'W

St. Joe iper Company Receiv i

Achiey v entAward Stroll for S \
George F. Warren, SalTty Co- in the State of Flirida which 'e-
ordinator, and Paul E. Speh, Di- sults in a $40,000 per lour st
rector of .the Workmen's. Corm- to.the' citizens of this state. pHe
'*pensation Division of-the -Flbr- stated that progress 'ifa.'hehnir
ida JIndustrial Commission, were made to reduce these injuries as
guests of St. Joe Paper Company can be seen by the presentation
on June 4, at the Vice President's of the award that has .been made
Safety ffeiting. to the St. Joe Paper Company
Mr. Speh presented the St. Joe Mill Division. This _is_only the
Paper Company Mill Division third presentation of this type'
with -an- Achievement Award of award this year to-n .indus-
Scroll for-having operated 1,300,- try in the state and the second
000 man hours without a lost time that this award has ever
time injury. This performance been earned by any paper mill
was attained during the period in the state.
of March 14, 1962 to January 14, Ferrel Allen, Mill Safety Di-
1963. rector, accepted the Achievement
Mr. Speh pointed out that 96 Award Scroll on behalf of the"
people every hour are injured Company.


ETAOIN SHRDLU
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY


And so another chip has been
knocked from the solid rock of the
"Land of the Free, and the Home
of the Brave", by the Supreme
Cburt.
On the surface, the edict of the
Court looks harmless in that it pro-
hibits the compulsory inclusion of
Bible reading and repeating of the
Lord's Prayer in public, schools. It
is. assumed that voluntary partici-
pation in these activities-is accept-
able.
But, so was the decision-to out-
law a prayer in the' New York
schools worded so as to be .half-
way acceptable to the people.
But these "acceptable" wordings
of despicable actions are, in our
view, only the gradual chipping
away by irresponsible people of
the basis of the freedom of Ameri-
ca.
It is ironic that the most coveted
nation n earth is the only. nation
founded upon, a religious founda-
tion-"built upon the rock" so to
speak. These decisions are fast
eroding that foundation.
As we understand it, this nation
was founded in its beginning and
thrived upon its desire to worship
God without harassment from a
government. It even provided that
athiests could have the freedom
not to worship if they so desired.
But by no stretching of the imag-
ination can we see where this free-
dom of religion can be interpreted
as freedom FROM religion. We can
not see the course of this nation
carried out as it was started by
depriving its God fearing people
the right of worship to appease
the wishes of the minority who do
not desire to worship.
This nation protects the rights
of the minorities, as it should,
but not while ignoring or depriv-


ing the wishes of the majority.
And now, an attorney in Cali-
fornia is suing to remove "One
Nation under G6d" from the pledge
of allegiance to the. flag. .Based
upon past happenings, he will be
successful,
School people tell us that the
curriculum is designed to teach
academic subjects, social adjust-
ment, national heritage, and gener-
ally round out the character of
typical American citizens.
Since this nation was founded
upon religious principals, we can-
not see how schools can turn out
"typical Americans" by removing
the cornerstone of the foundation
of past "typical Americans."
Our Constitution does guarantee
the separation of Church and State.
As a matter of fact most churlheq
support and contribute to a group
known as "Protestants and. Other
American Churches ;United" to a-4"
sure and lobby for the. separation
of church and state to keep this
part of the Constitution in force.
This group opposes the action by
the Supreme Court.
In what way is government in-
terfering more with the relation-
ship between church and state
than by issuing proclamations as
to where American citizens may
and may not worship?
The question being decided here_;
in our opinion is not the separa-
tion of church and state, but the
joining together of Satan and' the
state.

Car Stolen Found ,
Local police reported.7 .Tuesdac
that a 1963 Oldsmobile belonging
to Sid Brown was stolen late Mon-
day afternoon,
Brown and his family -wee'tia'V
ing dinner at the Motel St. Joe.
When they came out of the" dining
room to go home ,the car was gano
The Florida Highway Patrol has
put out an alert on the automobile
The car was found abandoned in
Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon. :


Local iRotay Club

Now 22 Years Old

The Port St. Joe Itotary Club
was 22 years old last Thursday and
Herbert Brownj club service chair-
man, reminded the grbup of the
club's formation with a short his-
tory of its founding and activities
to date.
The club was foUidedon June
14, 1941 with members M. P. Tom-
linson, Otto Anderioih, George Tap-
per, J. anamar Millet Cecil Costin,
Sr., S. L. Barke, ,A i. Conklin,
Richard Porter, Louib tmory, Dr.
Albert Ward, Theodore Morris,
Robert Bellows, W. It. Wellington,
B. E. Kenny, Sr., hrid Kenneth
Creech as charter members.
Charter members, who are still
active in the club are: 1*. P. Tom-
llnson, Otto Anderoit, George
Tapper, J. Lama Miller aind Cecil
rC tim C.-


City Considers Personal



Property Ordinance


Anthony D. Lawson, 82, Long-Time

Resident Passes After Lingering Illness


Anthony David Lawson, age 82,
passed away at his home at 3:35
p.m. Thursday of last week follow
ing a lingering illness.
Mr. Lawson was a native of West

Services Held for
Mrs. 'Nancy Whitehurst


w, ', Funeral services for Mrs. Nancy
Brown pointed out that no Ro- Catherine, Whitehurst, 83, who
tary club organized it Flbrida has died Monday, June 17, at her resi-
ceased to eist, but has rown and dence in St. Andrew, were held
prospered. Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. (CST) in
Like all Rotary Cltbs; the local the Smith Funeral Home Chapel,
organization was started by a neigh. Panama City, with the Rev. Dan
boring club. The parehi:fltlb of the Whitsett and the Rev. Raymond
Port St. Joe group is Panatna City. H. Schneider, officiating. Burial
Other clubs helped it thd organi- was in the Youngstown Cemetery.
nation by donating beceshary ma- Active pallbearers were E. H.
trials to operate with. Panama Carter, Whitt Murray, H. B. Hayes,
City presented the hew dcib with James Hayes, Raymond Helms and
a gavel a@ d bell; the Marianina club Clarence Patterson.
donated an Amerioan flag. All of Survivors include four daughters,
these items were burned Iii the fire Mrs. Cora M. Garner, Mrs. L. J.
of the old Port Inn in 1944 and Peaden, and Mrs. J. D. Parker of
have since been replaced. Panama City, and Mrs. I. W. Dur.
Guests of the club Thursday en, of Port St. Joe; four sons, R.
were Fred McGee of Marianna and A. Whitehurst, Mansfield, La., W.
Milton Anderson of Port St. Joe. L. Whitehurst, Shreveport, La., H.
.' B. Whitehurst, Converse, La., and


Sounders Reports

On Harbor Meeting
Harry H. Saunders reported to
tie -Riwants Club Tuesday on the
recent meeting of the National Ri-
vers and Harbor Comminttee in,
Washington which he attended last
month. -
'Saunders was hand dir*ct-
or on the- natioei committee of
the South Atlanftir Distr l, Whleh
includes :al that arew Eifth 60
Atlanta, Georgir.
Saunders reported that Congress-
man Bob Sikes has reported that
the Corps of Engineers have 'pran-
ised a! report. on deepening the
Gulf County-Canal before hearings
begin for the new budget. Saunders
said that funds would -probably be
included in the new budget for
work on the project.
The speaker left yesterday with.
Governor Bryant and his party to
appear before hearings beginning
on waterways requests, to make
a request forfunds to finance var-
ious Florida waterways projects.
Guest of the club was Walter
Wilder of Port St. Joe.

High School Library
Open During Summer
Miss Netta Niblack, Port St. Joe
High School Librarian announced
this week that the library will be
open this summer for a six week
period which began on June 17 and
will continue through July 26.
-The library facilities will be
available to all students who will
lbe in Port St. Joe High School next
'year. The same rules for checking
otbbooks during the regular school
tefm will apply,
The library will be open from
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 to
4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
of each week.
The SRA reading program .is be-
ing taught in the library each
morring from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m.

Steak House Sets
Thursday for Opening
TheSteak House of Port St. Joe
W 0 04ipen Thursd.' morning,
June i at 6:00 a.m. The Steali
"House has installed a complete kit-
chen and a dining room that will
Seat 62 tomera. The restaurant
Swill ser-ve full course meals along
*-ith charcoal steaks, burgers, Sou
ternn fried chicken and complete
-eafood d. rers.
The Stagk House will be opera
r each Sunday. The restauan' wil
7 be under the management of Nec
H. Russ and sons.
The Steak House will feature a
a grand opening prom tion in thb
near future.


C. A. Whitehurst, Hanesville, I a.;
one brother, A. D. Gibson, Grace-
ville; 1. grandchildren and 15
great grandchildren,


Florida Bank Gains
Babe Ruth Top Spot
For the first time since the'
Babe Rtith League has been form-
ed in Port St. Joe, Florida -fBanki
managed by Benton Hamm; has
won top spot for the second year
-in a row.
- Followed by Florida Bank in the
league standings were Citizens'
Federal, AN Railroad and Glid-
Shell.
Hats off to all managers, players
and all concerned with the league
for a fine showing of baseball and
sportsmanship.
With the completion of league
play, an All-Star team has been


picked for tournament play with
a team from Tallahassee, and pos-
sibly one from Pensacola. At this
time all particulars pertaining to
time and place where games are


to be played are not known.
The All-Stars picked were:
From Florida Bank: A. Cathey,
J. Branch, L. Branch, J. Richter, C.
Neil and R. Bowdoin.
From Citizens Federal: T. Whit-
field, G. Shealy, D. Dickie and J.
Nichols.
From AN Railroad: A. Trammell,
J. Walker, J. Lester, J. Cox and B.
Baxley.
From Glid-Shell: D. Wood, B.
Clark and A. Lewis,
The All-Star team will be, man-
aged by Benton Hamm, assisted by
Bascom Hamm, manager of the
second place Citizens Federal.team..
A practice game between the
All-Stars will be played ,at 7:30
p.m. Friday night.
FINAL STANDINGS,.,
Team W L
Florida Bank 9- 1


Citizens Federal --------6 4
AN Railroad 4 6:
Glid Shell 1 9

To Visit In Alabama
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jack.on and
daughters, Connie and Dale wfll
leave this week end to. visit Mr.
Jackson's parents in Birminghath,
Ala.

Visitor From Bonifay .
Miss Rhea Goodson of honifay
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stev3 Tar-
antino .

Vacationing
Mr .and Mrs. Joe Ferrell and
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Braxton and
children are vacationing in South
Fimida.

Spending Month at Camp
Miss Becky Hendrix is spending
the month of June at Camp Mer-
rie Woode at Sapphire, N. C.


Virginia, but had lived in Port St.
Joe for the past 45 years.
Prior to his retirement, Mr. Law-
son was a vice-president of the
West Florida Gas Company, Chair-
man of the Gulf County Democratic
Committee and the Port St. Joe
Municipal Judge.
Lawson is survived by his widow,
Eliza and two daughters, Mrs.
Gladys Boyer and Mrs. Margtlerite
Pridgeon all of Port St. Joe; six
grandsons and seven great grand-
sons.
Funeral services were held at
2:00 p.m. Saturday afternoon at
the First Baptist Church conducted
by Rev. C. Byron Smith, and assist-
ed by Dr. T. S. Harris.
Interment was in Jehu 'Cemetery
in Wewahitchka.
Active pallbearers were David
C. Gaskin, Harland Pridgeon, Tom-
my Owens, Cecil Costin, Jr., Silas
R. Stone and George Tapper.
Honorary .pallbearers were B. A.
Millergren,'"B. E. Parker, Dave
Gaskin, Sammy Patrick, J. E. Prid-
geon, Sam P. Husband, C. R. With-
erspoon, J. V. Gander, T. E. Austin,
Bob Nedley, A. M. Lewis, Sr., A. M.
Lewis, Jr., H. M. Lewis, Frank Nel-
son, Cary Gray, C. G. Costin, Sr.,
Frank McDonald, Fred Maddox,
Terry Hinote, H. W. Griffin, I. C.
Nedley, Frank Hannon, John
Blount, George Johnson, Ed Ram-
sey, Claude Whaley, Welton Roche,
Billy Hammock, BI "A. Pridgeonf
Sr.;, and. Hozie Owens.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangient s.


Dixie LeagUe Standings
These standings include games
played t rougfhJtihe 18.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Team W L
Rotary 14 3
Ford Western -- 9 7
Vitro Rockets ------ ----9 8
Krafties 1 15

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Team W L
Hard Stars 12 3
Dozers 12 4
Boxers 4 12
,Sockeys 3 12
.:.*.: *:.
Gaines to be played this after-
noon are: Krafties vs Rockets, 5:00
p.m.; Dozers vs Sockeys, 7:30 p.m.
Friday's games: Ford Western vs
Rotary, 5:00 p.m :Hard Stars vs
Boxers, 7:30 p.m.


City Will Ask For Drainage To Rid

Area of Mosquito Breeding Places


High School Play

Program Begins
The summer recreation-program
sponsored by the Gulf County
Board of Public Instruction is now
underway at Port St. Joe High
School. The objective of the pro-
gram is to provide constructive
recreational activities conducted
in a wholesome environment.
All students who will be in high
school next year are eligible to
attend. The hours will be from
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday
through Friday.
Facilities..and equipment for the
following activities are available:
badminton, basketball, table ten-
nis, softball, lawn tennis, deck
tennis, tumbling, volleyball, weight
training and touch football.
Golf will be added to the pro-
gram if enough students are inter
ested. No golf instructions will be
given, but equipment will be pro-
vided.
All boys are invited to partici-
pate in the weight program. Those
boys who aspire to be athletes are
especially urged to work on de-
veloping "their strength over the
summer. Locker and shower facili-
ties are available.
Tournaments will be held at in-
tervals througi6out'the program, ':.
any activity where enough inter-
est is shown.
Tennis classes for boys and girls
will .be taught. All interested stu-
dents may enroll for these classes
at the gym office.
All activities are volunatry. No
time restrictions are placed on the
participants. A summer of con-
constructive, enjoyable recreation
is anticipated.

Police Investigating !Rash
Of Obscene Phone Calls
Police have been investigating
a rash of obscene telephone calls
being made to local girls and
women this week and last, ac-
cording to chief H. W. Griffin.
Griffin said that over 50 calls
have been reported to the Po-
lice Department during this per-
iod of time.
Griffin said that although such
activities are hard to trace, the
department does have some def-
inite leads on the source of the
calls.


The City Council discussed a pro-
posed ordinance at their meeting
Tuesday night, which up-date eval-
uation procedures for personal pro-
perty taxes.
In the past the City has taxed
on personal property according to
the evaluation placed on such pro-
perty and business inventory by
the County Assessor. For all pur-
poses, the same evaluation has
been used year after year with
minor changes on occasion.
The proposed new ordinance dis-
cussed Tuesday night by the Com-
mission, would require that tax-
payers file a list of inventory and
personal property prior to levying
taxes each year. Taxes will then
be levied on the annual basis of -
property and inventory.
Pass Ordinance
The City Commission passed as
an emergency ordinance Tuesday a
measure setting up the additional
three cents tax on cigarettes. The
ordinance was passed in compii-
ance with the new state law just
passed by the Florida legislature.
The new law will raise the tax on
cigarettes from 5c to 8c. The City
will get 60% of the additional 3c.
According to Clerk J. B. Wil-
liams, this tax will mean an addi-
tional $18,000 (approximate) for
the City of Port St. Joe each year.
Bids Let and Asked
The City let a bid to the Edwin
R. Jenney Company of Ft. Myers
?uisday night for 550 feet of 2%
inch fire hose. The bid was let for
$1.25 per foot. This purchase is the
first in a series of steps to be un-
dertaken to update Port St. Joe's
fire protection and thus earn a
better fire insurance rating for the
city's citizens.
Bids are being called for this
week for the painting and glazing
of windows in the Centennial Build-
ing. Legal notice of this call for
bids is found in this week's issue
of The Star.
Mosquito Control
Consideration was given Tuesday
of City needs in mosquito control
of a permanent nature Tuesday
night. The City participates in the
county program each year which
also gives them a garbage land-fill
service as well as fogging opera-
tions and permanent work in the
nature of ditching for drainage.
The Commission decided to re-
quest the draining of all areas that
needed draining in the city limits
and placed special emphasis on
that area behind the high school
football field.


Post Office Installs New "Zip"


Code Mailing Method Here

The new five-digit "ZIP Code" The new "ZIP Code" plan for the dispatch and adds to the opportun-
number 'for Port St. Joe is 32456, first time will permit the Post Of- ity of human error. With "ZIP
Postcaster Chauncey' Costin an fice Department to short-cut re- Code", the clerk needs only to
nounced this week. heated address reading, glance at the code to know im-
"Everyone in Port St. Joe, will The address on mail must often mediately to what national area,
use this "Zip" Code" on all their be read as many as eight or ten state and post office the letter is
correspondence to speed mail de times by postal employees, to get destined, and to speed it on its
liveries and reduce the chance of to the proper destination. Each way, cutting up to 24 hours off the
nis-sent mail," 'Postmaster Costin handling slows the process of mail time between deposit and delivery.
.said.
"ZIP Code", the Post Office T)e-
.partment's revolutionary new sys- Annual Rivercade Will Attract Boaters
tem of improved mail dispatch and d
delivery goes into effect national- 'From Al Over Area Saturday, Sunday
ly on July 1. Postmaster Costin
stressed the -importance of all citi- Saturday and Sunday of this down river to Blountstown boat
.'ens of Port St. Joe learning this week, boaters from all over North- landing for refueling and refresh
c''s "ZIP Code" and using it in west Florida and South Alabama rents.
their return address on all corres- and Georgia will take to the Apa-
Donderice. In answering mail, he lachicola River at Chattahoochee After the rest stop,the trek to
said, "ZIP Codes" taken from re- for the annual Rivercade. The Apalachicola will begin n t be cli-
turn addresses on incoming mail boaters will travel from Chattahoo- maxed by a hot seafood dinner in
should be used. chee to Apalachicola on Saturday the Oyster City at 5:00 p.m.
'The 'ZIP Code' is literally the and Back to Chattahoochee on The grand Rivercade Dance, an
last word in mail addressing", Cus' Sunday for a total of 220 mites by annualach event, will be staged by in the Ar-
tin said. "It should follow the city river. aa Music will be by "Willie the
and state in addresses." mory. Music will be by "Willie the
He cited this example of the Everyone with a boat is invited Weatherman" dance band. Every-
proper use of ZIP Code: to join in the cruise, one is invited to participate in the
Chauncey Costin The Caders will leave Chattahoco- dance.
Postmaster, chee boat landing on the Apalachi- The Rivercaders will head Lck
U. S. Post Office, cola River at 9:00 a.m. Saturday up river Sunday morning at 9:00
Port St. Joe, Florida, 32456 morning. The group will cruise a.m. to Chattahoochee.

















































Miss Rosemary Tomlinson Becomes the

Bride of Robert Flanagan On June 9/


Miss Rosemary Tomlinson was
united in marriage to Robert Flan-
agan, June 9 at 3:00 p.m. The im-
pressive double-ring ceremony was
performed at the First Baptist
Church with the Reverend C. By-
ron Smeth officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Aubrey Tomlinson of this
city. The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Flanagan of Flush-
ing, New York.
The vows were exchanged before
an altar of lighted candles and ar-
rangements of white bridal flow-
ers. Centering the background was
a fan-shaped arrangement of love-
ly bridal flowers.
A program of wedding music
was presented by Mrs. Mark Tom-
linson, organist, and aunt of the
bride. Mrs. Tomlinson accompanied
Mrs. Virginia Arnold, soloist, who
sang, "Walk Hand In Hand", "En-
treat Me Not To Leave Thee", "I
Love Thee", concluding with the
"Wedding .Prayer", during which
the couple knelt in prayer.
Mrs. Norman Price served her


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sister as matron of honor. She wore
a blue batiste dress, lace trimmed,
and blue headpiece, with lovely
blue tinted bridal flowers with
white ribbons. The only jewelry
was a single strand of pearls, a
gift from the bride.
The bridesmaids were Marylin
Tomlinson, sister-in-law of the
bride and Linda Collier. They also
wore blue batiste dresses, lace
trimmed and white headpieces.
Their flowers were blue tinted bri-
dal flowers with blue ribbons. Their
only jewelry was a single strand of
pearls. a gift from the bride.
The flower girl was Karen Price,
niece of the bride. She was adorn-
ed in a lovely blue organza scallop-
ed dress carrying a parasol basket
with red rose petals. Her headpiece
was blue.
The ring-bearer was Gary Price,
naphew of the bride. He carried a
lace and satin covered heart shap-
ed pillow with imitation ring emb-
lems attached.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, was lovely in a floor


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length dress of bridal lace over sa- Mrs. Perry Elliott. *.- THE TAR, Port St. Joe Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1963
tin. The fitted bodice featured a The bride chose an orchid suit DBrie-ElIC I iteU
round neckline outlined with pearls for her wedding trip. Her acce- ;:
and sequins, with long tapered series were orchid and white. W ith Shr
sleeves. :Her ballerina length veil The couple left for a honeymoonW [ OWe1
was attached to a lace crown with in, the northern cities of Pennsyl-
pearls and sequins outlining the vania and Washington. They will I Miss Rosemary Tomlinson, bride-
crown. She wore a single strand of return to Port St. Joe for a short elect, was honored on June 7 with-
pearls, a gift from the groom. She while, and will make their home a miscelanneous shower when the
carried a lovely bouquet of white in Honolulu, Hawaii. members of the Woman's Mission- .
roses centered with a white pur-members of the Woman'Mission-
roses centered with a white pur- Out of town guests were Mr. and ary Union of the First Baptist
pie-throated orchid. Church entertained in her honor.
Mrs. Tomlinson and Mrs. Flana- Mrs. Norman Price, Greg, Karen Church entertained in her h nor.
gan chose blue dresses. They wore and Gary of Metairie, La.; Mr. and hafin, ostessers. W. 0ere. Nichols, Mrs.
white roses. Mrs. Phil Tomlinson, Panama City; James Wilson, Mrs. W. C. Prid-
Immediately following the cere- Mr. and Mrs. Perry McHugh, Pear- geon and Mrs. W. J. Daughtry.
mony a reception was given by the son, Ga.; Miss Linda 'Collier, Gate The home of Mrs. Chafin was the
bride's parents in the choir rom City, Va.; Miss Judy Good, Bristol, setting for this lovely affair. "
of the church. Following the initial Tennessee; Fred Edwards, Greer, Guests were greeted by Mrs.
cutting of the cake by the couple, South Carolina; Ronnie Barker, Ap- Nichols and presented to Miss
the guests were served at the alachia, Virginia; Wally Barnett, TomlinIson and her mother. Miss
Lride's table by Mrs. John Rich, at and Tony Liston of Tyndall Air Tomlinsor wore a gown of white
the punch table. Mrs. Joel Morris Force Base and Mr. and Mrs. Hen- summer sheer with accessories,
and Miss Judy Good served. Miss ry Flanagan, Flushing, New York. and a. corsage of white carnations
Betty Tomlinson served at the Robert Flanagan will be station- presented by the WMU,
bride's book. Also assisting with ed at Tyndall Air Force Base prior presented by the WMU,
serving were Mrs. Lonnie Bell and to being transferred to Hawaii. The servin appg table wasndyoverlaid
with an appliqued organdy cloth.


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Miss Barbara Nelson of Eglin f
Air Force Base became the bride
of A-1C Colin Tharpe of Port St.
Joe in a double ring ceremony per- c
formed at 11:00 a.m. April 6 in the
Hurlbut Field Chapel. The Rev.
Father George J. Kane officiated. E
The bride is the daughter of
M-Sgt. and Mrs. Leonard E. Nelson.
Parents of the bridegroom are Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Tharpe of Port St.
Joe.
Greenery ornamented the high
altar with lighted candles at eith-
er side of the tabernacle. Elaborate
arrangements of white gladioli,
white mums and huckleberry grac-
ed either side of the chancel rail-
ing entrance where the wedding
vows were spoken. Glenn Hammer,
organist, softly rendered the "Wed-
ding March" and a program of nup-
tial music.
Serving as Maid of Honor was
Sandra Nelson, sister of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Georgia Nelson,
Sharon Nelson sisters of the bride
and Pat Tharpe, sister of the
bridegroom. They were identically
.costumed in street-length bouf
Infant skirted blue satin. They wore
blue net hats, blue satin pumps
and white wrist gloves and neck-
laces given by the bride, complet-
ed their outfits. They carried nose-
gays of pink carnations edged in
fluted tulle.
Serving as ring bearer was
Chuckey Tharpe, nephew of the
bridegroom. Debra Nelson, sister
of the bride, was flower girl. The
ring bearer was attired in a white
coat, white shirt, black pants and
tie carrying the ring on a satin
pillow. The little flower girl was
dressed in blue with head-piece of
blue flowers. She carried rose pet-
als in a basket.
Charles Tharpe served his bro-
ther as best man.
Ushers were Tommy Adams, ne-
phew of the bridegroom and Al
Gauthier and Bob Manard.
Escorted by her father, the
bride chose a floor-length gown of
satin with sections of net around
the hem, neck and top of the dress
embedded with sequins. The gown
sleeves came to a point at finger
tip length and she wore a veil of
nylon organdy, topped by a tiara.
She carried a hand bouquet of
white mums and feathered mums
showered with white satin stream-
ers.
Mrs. Leonard E. Nelson, mother
of the bride was gowned in a
street-length p i n k dress a n d
matching coat with ping accessor-
ies. Her corsage was white rose
buds,
Mrs. Roy Tharpe, mother of the
bridegroom, chose a street length
beige lace over taffeta. Her acces-
sories were beige and green. Her
corsage was white rose buds.
Immediately following the cere-
mony a reception was given at Eg-
lin Auxiliary Number 9 NCO Club
The bride's table and punch ta-
bles were decorated with lace
cloths centered with a triangular
-arrangement of white gladioli and j


The centerpiece was an arrange-
ment of mixed spring,flowers, bas-
kets, of orange day lilies were plac-
ed. around the room.
Crystal compotes and plates were
filled with mints ,candied orange
peel, and dainty sandwiches, punch
was served from a crystal bowl
surrounded by a garland of green
grapes and vine. About 35 friends
called. ,during the afternoon. Miss
Tomlinson was the recipient of
many lovely gifts.

VACATION IN MOUNTAINS
Mr. and Mrs.W. L. Smith, Sr.,
and-id.i.afd Mrs. P. B. Fairley and
twin. 'atghters, spent the week in
the, mountains -of Tennessee and
South Carolina.


Enfinger Robbins

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Enfinger of Cottondale announce
the marriage of their daughter, Faye, to Clifton Weems
Robbins, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Robbins, Sr., of
Port St. Joe. Mrs. Robbins is a graduate of Cottondale
High School.
Mr. Robbins graduated from Port St. Joe High School
and attended Chipola Junior College. He is presently serv-
ing in the United States Army.
L The marriage was an event of February 22.


z I greenery rested- on a table overlaid
with a .cloth of white lace. -The
Is W ed To bride's book was kept by Mrs. Jen-
SIs W d I ny Aikman. Assisting in serving
Eglin AFB Chapel and entertaining were Mrs. Hash,
rn s., Clevenger, Mrs,. Brister and
... ldr .' Cers.' ';
ugi mums. 1 the. cpup"e's wedding trip,
:ugi mums. Mrs.'Tha'pe'- chose a three-piece
Against a backdrop of polished bluean.ith white ac-
magnolia leaves at the-back of the ...and ite -..wih white ac-
club room, the four-tiered 'white cessories .ald a. corsage of white
embossed wedding ,cake.topped roses. isnow athome at
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encircled with miniature bride and groTyndal Air Force Base, where the
encircled with whie flowers andis stationed.


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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 POSTOFmE Box 308

Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
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do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for much
advertisement.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1963


School Board's Thoughtful Study of

Problems Are To Be Commended

We offer our congratulations to the Gulf County Board
of Public Instruction for their restraint, thorough weighing
of the problem, taking into consideration the long range re-
sults and eventual manner in which they made what they
thought was the right decision in our current discord at the
Port St. Joe High School.
In spite of agitation by some people, they have not been
rushed into any quick moves they may regret later. They
have not thrown our school system out of kilter with dismis-
sal action at the critical period that comes with the end of
school. The pupils deserved a complete staff through school
and certainly did not deserve a change in faculty during the
last month or two of the term.
We feel that public interest in the matter was good. But
we do not feel that the public should have tried to take the
matter into their own hands without waiting for the School
Board to move in the manner in which they are required by
law. The School Board was complete cognizant of the
facts as they were and could only act to the extent of their
limitations set forth by Florida law.
The Star has not ignored this situation as has been
intimated from some sources. We have not stuck our head
in the mud and hoped the situation would go away. We have
felt that it was best for the school as a whole and for
the public image this would create for our city to keep the
problem out of the limelight as much as possible. We were
very aware of what was going on .what with three chil-
dren in high school who witnessed these things first hand.
And of course, we could "hear as many tales"' outside of
school as anyone.
We have also gone to the trouble to check with the School
Board on any new gossip or rumor that cropped up. We
were naive enough to feel that they knew more about the
subject at hand than any informer, regardless of whe-
ther what the informer said was what we wanted to hear o0
not. Twenty years in this business has taught us a little
something, even if only by accident.
We have tried to use restraint in the matter, rather
than a turned cheek. We have given the School Board cre-
dit for knowing what they were doing, without needing our
help. If our help was needed, it would have been offered.
The situation was and is distasteful, as we said once be-
fore in this newspaper, but chewing it up every day didn't
make it taste any better.
What most people don't realize is, that a teacher has
greater job protection than the trade unions offer their
employees at any of the manufacturing plants in Port St.
Joe. While there were many advocates of firing personnel
from all directions, none of this advice, although possibly
well-intended, could be heeded by the Board. They have
protection, and they should have.
It is a serious thing to contemplate depriving a man of
his livelihood since you are also depriving a wife and
children of a livelihood also, in many cases. What letters
the school board sent out, we feel were kept to a bare mini-
mum in order to bring order out of chaos. We also feel that
the requests for resignations went to only those that it was
felt substantial reasons for dismissal could be given by the
Board. And, we might point out, these reasons are few, and
they are serious reasons, as set out by the State of Florida.
One cannot release an instructor with a continuing con-
tract just because you don't happen to agree with him or
like the way he parts his hair.
We also admire the School Board for attempting to keep
secret the number of resignation requests sent out and the
objects of these requests. It would hardly seem fair for the
requests to be made known from a public source or common
gossip, before the official document was received.
The School Board decided on names to receive the re-
quests, upon what grounds the requests would be made, and
when they would be sent out about a month ago. They wait-
ed for the end of the school term before requesting the resig-
nations, which we believe showed a considerable amount of
cool-headedness and restraint.

David Lawrence ended his column the other day thusly:
"Laws do not abolish prejudices. Customs cannot be chang-
ed by coercion but only by quiet appeals to reason over a
long period of time."
It takes a lot of "giving" on the part of any man, black
or white, to be able to earn the privilege of "taking" some
of the benefits that are offered as first-class citizens in the
social realm of any part of the world.


One cannot "demand" acceptance of his brothers. he
must earn it, by showing that he intends to pattern his life
along the high plane he wishes to obtain.
We look down on no man because of his color. We do
look down on all men who do not show pride, ambition and
moral straightness about himself.

This world situation must worry women more than
men. The other day we saw a gray-haired teenager come
out of the beauty parlor.


County Minutes

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA examined, approved and ordered
June 11, 1963 paid.
this The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County, Florida There being no further business,
met this date in regular session the meeting did then adjourn.
with the following members pr:,- ATS
ern A. J. Strickland, Chairman, George Y. Core A. J. Strickland
Leo Kennedy, S. C. Player, Walter Clerk Chairman
Graham and James G. McDaniel. FINE & FORFEITURE
ihe Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, En- S. P. Husband, Fees ............. 687.33
gineer, Mosquito Control Supervi- Silas R. Stone, Salary ......... 313.39
sor. Road Superintendent and the RayE. Green, Comp., Retire.2....
George Y. Core, Recording........8 S25
Civil Defense Director were also Breeze Pub. Co., Publishing ...... 25.65
present. Star Publishing Co., Pub. ....... 17.05
Th e to rd Ma'ianna Office Sup. Co., Sup........4.26
TheGmeeting came to order at ale& Fresh Water Fish
9:00 a.m. The Clerk opened the -corn., Arrest Tickets ...... 451.0"
meeting with prayer. .. E Parker, Sheriff Requisition 4,138.00
The minutes of May 14, 28 and TOT ............ENERAL .......ND.. PEST
31 were read, corrected, approved standard oil Co., Gas & il ...... 672.07
and adopted. TOTAL ..... ............... 672.07
Op ROAD and BRIDGE
The minutes were corrected to Sears, Roebuck & Co., Tools ...... 33.97
show Commissioner McDaniel vot- St. Joe Motor Co., Parts ........ 60 3i
ing against motion to write to S-m Smith, Machi., Parts ........127.50
Charles McCauley Associates Clements Motor & Sup., Sup.....57.23
Charles H. McCauley Associaes a. Asphalt Paving ............ 129.25
for recommendations as to our Bay Mach. & Weld ............ 154.49
jail needs. Charles Cleckley, Labor .......... 40.00
The Board accepted a borrow pit H .oe Auto Parts, Parts.........;17.S8
The Board accepted a borrow pit Jo lrdware Co., 'Tools ... 2,85c 67
easement from Q. P. Wise to be Wewa Hardware Co., Tools ......... 857.24
used by the County Road Depart- .. g. Sup., umbr. .... 1640
ment. Said easement is for one acre Aulo Parts & Bearings, Parts .... 77 02
in Section 11, Township 7 South, Wewa Water Co.. Water ...........3 30
Range 10 West. Same being record- Pale's Senr. enter, Gas ........ 499.15
ficia meor 1Calloway Bros. Sup., Sup. .......... 5.00
ed in Official Records 18, Page 54. Gulf Track Cc., Repair Tracks .. 168.91
The Board voted to pay the Mu- Calloway Sand Co., Sand ........ 5.75
nicipal Hospital $59,65 for L. A. DuCor supply Co, Sup ............ 85.10
nicipal Hospital $59,65 for L. A. Wes Equip. Co. Parts ........ 2.86
Wise. Panama Machinery, Sup. ........ 19.42
Cliff Mann, representing the Kar Products, Inc., Sup. ........ 291.11
Gulf Life Insurance Company ap Bod Bros., Inc., Sup..............9 05
peared before the Board and pr. St. Joe Tel. Co., Tel. ............ 44.50
sented a group insurance plan for Gulf Oil Co., Gas & Oil .......... 8.63
the county employees and explain Coastfl, ,1e,,. I, Mill renI 4........... ..10
ed said plan. The Board thanked ik M lc,. c, bill. .......... 277.)
Mr. Mann and told him that until oif .lili.i Corps.. sap. ....... .16' Is
such time the county pays a part I""' supl..p...... 17.21
Burford'l quipl Cu, 'up...........241.78
ef the insurance premium, this t'ol-,r, .n. .r Ii,.,,,ling..........;....
Board will have nothing to do with sti ,id oii (o. (;:i & oil...... 4.7S
the employee's insurance, but that rva,-" Si"tl Co.. S oo.l .......... 136( 5
lseen i W\1f l h i C 'O..S11) ........... "5 )1
he should show his plan to the em- Phl .-. Assoc., Survey ...... .1ss.;.s
ployees. _-1i .................. 8,510.27
C. F. Hanlon appeared before lw tROAD & BRIDGE FUND
the Board and requested the Coun- Plrryv s. Hoiley, Salary............ 189:9
ty to locate and survey a road James F Whiifield. Salary ...... 157.59
across his land on the Dead Lakes -i eiiup,,,e Sala'ry.i. ....... 160.95
and explained that he planned to j. A.' Ha, salary, ..'..............149.78
put in a subdivision and wanted to IHenry A. Bateman, Salary ........ 91.66
fit his plans with the county road. onalrr.' e. li, Sal.ry ..........1s6.58
The Board did then discuss the arles R. Cleklev, Salary ...... 15.95
possibility of constructing a road William C. Lindsey, Salary ...... 155.97
beginning at the Calhoun c.)upty Vneto h,,s. inalary ......... 121.34
line and running along the lake R. K. Strickland, Salary ........ 138.74
for about 3% miles. The Chairman Sanford Armstrong, Salary ...... 115.89
said that this Board has been plan- Robert L Lester, Salary ........ 150.20
ning this road several years; that pTo c. lTharpe, Salary ........ 126.43
most of the right of way is avail- M.,rtin B. Davis, Salary ........ 169.83
able but not deeded to the county. Di et r s It. Rev .............. 304.20
Gulf Co. S S Acct., S. S .......... 125.19
The Board said that this road would R.iv E. Green, Compt., Retire. .. 138.13
probably be constructed next year Colonial Life & Acci., Ins ..........27.00
and then decided to locat ethe road GENERAL PEST CONTROL
and then decided to locat ethe road Safuel Marion Graves, Jr.,Salary 6. 13.20
at this time to help Mr. Hanlon in A( C. Dykes, Saary ............ 132.23
his subdivision. Upon motion by L. F. Sellers, Salary .......... 147.88
Commisisoner McDaniel, seconded ic. Int. Rev., WH Taxes ...... 31s.20
by Commissioner Kennedy and Ray E Green, Compt., Retire. .... 20.51
unanimously carried, the Boari em- Colonial Life & Acci., Ins ......... 9.00
played the Florida Engineering ,,, GENERis S AL.. .... ND
Associates to locate this road. ,am I ; n hloms, Salary ....... .123.93
Thomas H. McDaniel, State Wild n. E. Dnieli, Salary .......... 181.18
t Pailini W. Sowers. Salary......... 25.00
Life Officer, appeared before the r. Int. Rev.,I It Taxes ......... 8 10
Board and issued an invitation to c.t Cce ss Acct., s. S. .......... S1.93
the Board to attend a public hear- Riw Gree., Compt., Retire 20.9
Col)n.',al Life Ins., Ins .. ..........3 C0
ing to be held by the Game and A J Stricklald, Salary .......... 117.50
Fresh Water Fish Commission at Leo Kennedy, Salary ............ 98.49
the Courthouse at 7:30 p.m., June c Playerm Sala ry ............. 14.50
1 ,and informed the CoiJames G. MeDaniei, Saary ........ 114.50
13, 1963, and informed the Com alter Graham, Salary ...... 114.50
mission of some of the items that Mrs. c. G. Rish, Salary .......... 88.62
would probably be discussed. David C. Gaskin, Salary ......... 155.00
MaxW Ki bu reportd thiMax W. Kilbourn, Salary ....... 70.50
Max W. Kilbourn reported that Elmer Nuiiery. Salary .......... 108.01
the right of way for the Dalkeith ocrae V. Core, salary .......... 354.16
Colored Cemetery has not been' Sam I'. -Iusband, Salar 3.. .........5 0.00
W L. Fitzpatrick, Salary .. ......... 8.70
completed at this time because one Robert L.'eCrary, Sala'rvy......... 8.70
land owner is holding one piece of IJoseph W. Baiey, Salary '.......... 8.70
land, but his deed calls for anoth- j ,Salar. ......... .....84.57
Cubic It. Laird, Salary.......... 73.00
er piece; that as soon as this mat- Rosselle Gaskin, Salary........... .35.25
ter is corrected the right of way Margaret B. Core, Salary .......... 35.25
will be completed. Dir. Int. Rev., WH Taxes ........ 83.10
Max W Ki r p t Galf Co. SS Acct., S. S........... 12.69
Max W. Kilbourn presented pans Peninsular Life Ins. Co., Ins. ...... 38.02
for a proposed subdivision by Dave Coonial Life & Acci., Ins......... 9.00
Gaskin, said subdivision to be an Aubrey Nunery, Co. Ind. ........ 15.00
Annie Hudgins, "1 .......... 15.00
addition to Riverside Estates Ad- Eva Pate" s...... 10.00
edition to lola and informed the Grace Dunlap.... ............ 10.00
Board that Mr. Gaskin wanted the Davis," ............. 15.00
Minnie Paul,. ". ............. 16.000
county to locate and survey a Druscilla Keel, ........... 15.00
county road running from the end Mrs. o. v. Scully, ........ 15.00
of the present subdivision road Mrs. i. C. Jones, ............ 12.00
Ethel English, .............15.00
along the Chipola Cutoff back to Ruthie Batson, .............15.00
State Road S-22-A. After discus- Charlie W. Sapp, ............ 15.00
sion, there was a motion by Com- Kte Glass,oo ............ 15.00
Mary Lee Boone,"...............20.00
missioner McDaniel, seconded by Emma Barley, ............ 15.00
Commissioner Graham and unani. Edna Daniels, ............. 15.00
mously carried to employ the Mae Creamer, ............ 15.00
l)onnie Mae Faison, Co. Ind.... ... 15.00
Florida Engineering Associates to Mary Clark, ........ 15.00
survey and locate the said road. Maudie Bell Adams, ...... 10.00
Max W. Kilbourn presented a Inez Chambers, .......... 10.00
proposed resolution setting out the Ozie Thomas, ............. 15.00
provisions for utility rights of way Mrs. Charlie Price, ....... 15.00
within county roads. He informed Sora Mae Conley, "... ..........15.00
Yol'ande Strange,. ". .......... 15.00
the Board that he and the County 11. F. Wimberly, ......... 12.00
Attorney were requested by the Ethelene B. Jones, ........ 15.00
Board to present a recommendation Pinkie Ma Myers, ....... 15.00
Lillie G. Price,. ........... 15.00
as to this matter and that after Keenan Weld. Sup., Sup. ........ 71.80
much consideration, and meeting Auto Parts & Bearings, Parts .... 17.88
with utility engineers, their rec- Bay Machine & Weld., Iron ...... 86.60
Bildwel Supply Co., Bolts ........ 1.08
commendations are contained in Burford Equip. Co., Parts ........ 27.42
the proposed resolution; that the w. B. Coppedge, Chain .......... .9.60
resoli b r tos on Macbine Works, Bolt .......... 12.00
resolution before taking action On Charles Clecldey, Labor.......... 86.90
it. Each member received a copy Costin's Dept. Store, Boots ...... 8.98
of the resolution and the chairman Fin. Power Corp ................. .11.75
requested that this matter be con- Gulf White Truck Co., Fuol Tank .. 23.74
sidered at a later meeting. Lowndes Eng. Co., res. Gauge .... 7.32
The Chairman told the Board st. Joe Paper Co., Parts ........ 11.28
that the Welfare Department has Pate's sve, oParts P........... 180.97
requested office space in the court- st. dJoe Auto Prts, Parts ...... 161.56
house for its two 'local workers. St. Joseph Tel. & Tel., Utiity .... 11.25
After discussn te B d deed West Flu. Gas & Fuel Co., Gas 54.54
After discussion the Board decided Warren O. Whitfield, Sandblasting 1B9.00
to assign the witness room in the Wiley Supply Co., Sup. .......... 9405
to the Welfare Department. II&WB Drew Co., Forms ....paper ...... 7.30
The Mosquito Control Supervisor Dotherow Office Sup., Sup........ 46 53
told the Board that he is required r sl Smith .ridgeon, Co.............. .2.
by law to have an approved budget The Star, Pub. Minp ............ 50.o
for the next fiscal year by July 1, The Breeze, Pub. Min ........... 50.00
Marianna Office Sup., Sup ...... 35.08 ]
1963, and a copy of same filed c. R. Laird, RH Club Council .... 100.00
with the State Board of Health and s. Husband, Insanity case ...... 7.50
requested the Commission to In- Wiliam M. O. Wilhoit, M.D., Insan. .. 5.00
struct him as to proposed projects illiam F. Wager, M.D., Insanity Case 5.1100
for theo nextyear. The Board said Mercedes Murphy, R.N., Insanity Case 2.00
for the next year. The Board said J. J. nin, Travel .............. 10.40 ]
that this information would be s. O. Player, Travel ............ o100.00
available within a few days. St. Joseph. Tel & Tel., Util ....... 14.90 (
The Sheriff reported that a wind A. J. Strickland, Exp........... .100.00
and rain storm last week caused L la HK'emp. Co. Ind. ............ 30.00
the roof on the court house to leak ,i Byri,,]; ... ....... 1 I
again. The Board directed the Sher- Nora atsuon, .. .... 11 on0


iff to have the necessary repairs ltia allis uiion, ..... .. .. 1.00
made. Nina Gaiinnl, ....... .. I
Helen L. Burketl, ....... .. 15 I0
The Board accepted a right of Leo Kennedy, Exp ............. 100.(00
way from the Stella Land and Tim- Walter (:r;iaim.x iNxp ............. 100.00
ber Corporation and the Mitchell e13ssie lass, Co. Ind ........... 1 .oo
Foundation for a part of the Sauls Bessie i. Co. Ind ........ 1.5.00
Creek Road. The same was order- Nils M.1,1' '-_..,,, U.S. Postage .... ,).00
red rec orded. TMunicipal Ilosp., Co. Ind.......... 59.'il.(;5
d rc rd CFloyd Chev. Co., Parts, repairs 2.25
The Road Department and Coun st Joe Il:,r iwnre Co, Sup. ........ 2 Is
ty Agent presented monthly re- Western Auto Store, Sup. .......... (
Si. Jl. o ,lol Chlu,.Boat. Renting 0. i 0.0(
ports for May and the same were cyde E. Norris, Labor ..........0.. 31
ordered filed.
All payrolls for May were ap-
proved and ratified as paid.
The May bills were presented, 5sad ThI staz to a friend


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THURSDAY JUNr 20, 1961


CHILDREN WHO START TO SCHOOL

THIS YEAR MUST HAVE CERTIFICATES


er Interceptor Squadron here. tended Florida State University.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. His wife is the former Crista E.
Will D. Jones of 1311 Woodward Duren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ave., Port St. Joe, and a graduate I. W. Duren of 115 Allen Memorial
of Port St. Joe High School. He at- Way, Port St. Joe.


-^A-'


LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR

Mr. Wesley Ramsey
Editor of The Star
Port St. Joe, Florida
Dear Wesley:
Thank you! The School Board


and I want you to know how very
much we appreciated your editor-
ial on the problem at Port St. Joe
High School.
Your strengthening words help-
ed to give us the courage to resist
the terrific pressure of irresponsi-
ble people, and render a decision
which in our opinion is the best
for all the children of Port St. Joe


High School.
It has been a very difficult time,
and your backing and encourage-
ment helped us to endure it. Again
we thank you.
Yours very truly,
Thomas A. Owens
Executive Secretary, Board
of Public Instruction,
Gulf County.

Leonard Costin In

Flight Training
MILTON, FLA. (FHTNC)-Naval
Aviation Cadet Leonard C. Costin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey L.
Costin of 118 Monument Ave.,
Port St. Joe, is undergoing flight
training at the Naval Auxiliary
Air Station Whiting Field, Milton.
As a student pilot he will receive
flight instruction in the single en-
gine propeller-driven T-28 Train-
er, an airplane comparable in per-
formance to fighter aircraft used
by the Navy'in World War IL
The flight training program at
Whiting Field includes precision
flying, instrument flying and navi-
gation by radio. Its final phases
consist of two and four-plane for-
mation flying and air-to-air gun-
nery in which he will fire twin .50
caliber machine guns at a target
being towed over the Gulf of Mex-
ico.
Upon completing t h e flight
course at Whiting he will report to
Training Squadron Five at nearby
Saufley Field, Pensacola, to under-
go carrier qualifications leading to
his designation as a naval aviator.


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Be safe and smart.

Our Routeman In This Area Monday and Thursday


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117 Grace Ave. Panama City, Florida


Homogenized,

Pasteurized and

Buttermilk

Fresh Yard Eggs

Butter Oleo

Orange Juice

Orange, Grape and

Lemonade

Home Deliveredl



Harden's Dairy

BORDEN DAIRY PRODUCTS
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Take time out at least
twice a day to refresh with a
delicious glass of ice cold milk.
It's so good and full of vitamins
needed for energy!


I -


JACKSONVILLE The State
Board of Health this week urged
parents who have children starting
to school this fall to obtain birth
certificates immediately.
Everett H. Williams, Jr., direc-
tor of the board's Bureau of Vital
Statistics, said, "We have the
same number of employes the year
round. Right now we're processing
about 500 birth certificates a day.
If the past is any indication, many
parents will wait until August to
make requests and since we can
handle only so many a day, any
last-minute rush is almost bound
to cause inconveniences.
"Your child could miss an entire
year of school unless a birth certif-
icate is obtained in time. We can
give fast service now but later dur-
ing any rush the service will be
slow."
Application for a certified copy
must include the full name of the
child; the full name of the father:
the full maiden name of the moth-
er; the day, month, year, city and
county of birth; whether the child
is male or female; and the child's
race. The original birth certificate
number should be included if pos-
sible. If the child was born in an-
other state, the certificate must be
obtained from that state.
A full photo copy or a wallet-
sized card encased in plastic may
be obtained. The type wanted
should be specified. A fee of one
dollar for each copy or card must
accompany the application. Appli-
cation forms may be obtained at
county health departments but a
letter will be adequate if it con-
tains all the above information.
The board also suggests that be-
fore starting the first grade, the
child have basic immunizations for
diphtheria, o c k jaw, whooping
cough, smallpox and polio.

Theta Rho Girls

Attend Assembly

Nine members and two assistant
advisory officers of Melody Theta
Rho girls recently attended the
state assembly held in Ft. Pierce.
They were: Judy Williams who is
president of the local club; Judy
Carter, vice president; Pat McCor-
mick, past state president and elect-
ed grand representative to the In-
ternational Association of Rebekah
Assemblies and Soverign Grand
Lodge Joint Youth Committee
meeting to be held in Louisville,
Kentucky in mid-September. Linda
Faye Davis, Linda Webb, Susan
Antley, Rita Rasmussen and Ann
Harper.
Four of the local girls were in-
stalled as appointed officers for
the coming year; Judy Williams,
Chaplain; Linda Davis, LeLft Sup-
porter of the Worthy President;
Linda Bebb, Inside Guardian and
Judy Carter as District Deputy of
the local club.
The girls enjoyed a side trip to
Daytona Beach, Silver Springs and
Cypress Gardens.
The Assembly next year will be
in West Palm Beach. All local girls
are asked to start planning now
for a real good vacation and also
good constructive work, as their
club motto is: "Happiness Through
Service".
The assistant advisors attending


were Mrs. Ruth McCormick and
Mrs. Flora Long.


Gary T. Jones

Gets Promotion
CHARLESTON AFB, S. C.-Gary
T Jones of Port St. Joe has been
promoted to airman first class in
the United States Air Force.
Airman Jones is a weapons me-
chanic asisgned to the 444th Fight-


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Highway Patrol Issues


Summer Driving Warning
TALLAHASSEE The Florida taking one. in turn, means taking lives," de-
Highway Patrol this week appealed "Summertime is a wonderful cares Comdr. H. N. Kirkman of
to Florida motorists not to let time for having fun, and it also is the highway patrol.
"having summer fun" cause them often a time when some drivers The patrol officer emphasized the
to lose a life or be the cause for take unnecessary chances which, need for tightening up on "our


Y~or !,iirement Home


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1969
ship-s personnel with underway -
procedures and increases her ef-
ficiency. During the training, the CLASSIFIED ADS
crew members visited Kingston, Gant Retw
Jamaica.
The Shangri-La operates from Midget Inwtmnt With
Mayport, Florida.

You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL -..--------.. 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .--.---.............. 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .---.. 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


.~s ~u ~ sa


I
driving habits" to nisure a sum- over Florida will bear the extra
mer of fun and enjoyment, not weight of summertime traffic,"
one of death, injury and personal said Kirkman, "and we must drive
suffering. with every bit of the care and
"We need to start right now the caution we can muster IF we are
practice of such all-important to get through this season without
things as mapping a vacation route; injury or perhaps death to our-
becoming familiar with the laws selves or loved ones."
that will govern our driving in oth- Remember this, stressed the pa-
er states, and above all brushing trol: Do when behind the wheel
up on our personal driving habits," the way you'd like the other driver
the officer said. to perform and you will come pret-
Speed and following too closely ty near surviving "this awful high-
come near to be universally the way battle."
cause of a majority of all death
dealing traffic crashes, the patrol
pointed out, and appealed for sen- Montgomery
sible application of safe driving
practices to minimize "you r mp te T an g
chance" of getting killed or being Co mplete Training
responsible for killing some inno-
USS SHANGRI LA (FHTNC)--
cent person while driving. George E. Montgomery, airman,
"The roads and highways all USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
L. Montgomery of 505 Third St.,
Port St. Joe, recently completed
six weeks of underway training at
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, while
serving aboard the attack aircraft
carrier USS Shangri-La.
The training re-acquaints the


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


A.H.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.


*~~ in-


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH


C. Byron Smith, Pastor


Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.


a.m.
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .............. --------6:45
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) -----. 7:30
"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
AIR-CONDITIONED CENTRAL HEAT


Church School
Morning Worship
Bibye Study (Wednesday)
Methodist Youth Fellowship .............-
Evening Worship


9:45
11:00
7:30
6:00
7:30


HOW COOL
WILLYou BE

WHEN You
GET HOME?
-.KM .W


One thing about it it's a
lovely day for air condition-
ing. Now wouldn't it be nice
to go home to cool, cool,
electric comfort? Why wait?
It doesn't cost much. Look
into electric air conditioning
today and spend the rest of
the summer living in cool
comfort.


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Large Meaty Hickory Smoked, 5 to 7 lb. avg.
Ham Hocks 3 Ibs. 95c PICNICS lb. 29c
3 Down Fresh Ga. Grade 'A' 1% to 2 Lb. Avg. U. S. Good Rib

Spare 'Ribs FR Y E S STEAK
Pound IR LIE Pound

45c 0 rFO $1.00 69c
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fGGS 49c
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The current June issue of Readers Digest makes a report to consumers This article on Page 66, June 1963, Readers Digest, is titled
"Who Gets What?" points out that Supermarkets who give stamps, add the stamp cost, plus handling cost to their cost o' doing business-
which they then pass on to their customers in higher prices. This article confirms and points out that the Stamp Companies are enjoy-
ing tremendous profits at the consumer's expense ... Readers Digest gives this Shoppers Advice and we quote, "The best money-sav-
ing technique is to compare the actual prices o' products offered by different supermarkets and go and shop with the store having the
best buys. regardless of stamps." COMPARE OUR PRICES, they ARE DISCOUNT PRICES GOOD NOW!

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SWIFTNING or JEWEL
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3 Lb. 49
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CHEESE PIZZA pkg. 39c
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POST
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KRAFT
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23c
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Mrs. W. M. Chafin led in prayer. The hostess served a salad plate
In the business session, the cir- with pound cake and punch.






The average working person jumped from approximately
during 1963 will work 2 hours $23% billion to. $63% billion,
and 21 minutes out of each 8 and at the same time state and
hour day to pay Federal, state local spending has jumped
and local taxes, from $22 billion to $49 billion.
The same average worker The nation's independent
will only work 1 hour and 24 businessmen, voting through
minutes out of each 8 hour day the National Federation of In-
to supply' ,- dependent Business, feel
housing and -- strongly that a reduction in in-
housing op- come tax rates is essential to
eration. preserve a free economy, and
to provide more employment.
*
Thus, a' Yet, the nation's Independent
roof over st business proprietors have also
less than hao h -i voted strongly in favor of cut-
thless than hall ting government expenses to
the cost o'1 offset, at least in part, a tax
taxes. kc w c:t cut.
.W. Harder *
Of course, the great gulf in As shown by the above fig-
these comparisons is that the ures, there is plenty of water
average worker is supporting to be wrung out of governmen-
more than one roof. Sen. Rob- tal spending to provide size-
ert Byrd of W. Va., on the com- able tax cuts.
mittee that administers civil *
affairs in Washington, D.C. On the other hand, reflection
picked 236 district welfare cas- on these figures cause wonder
es at random and found about if the water must be wrung out
60% of these cases did not de- of the federal budget al.one.
serve welfare payments in the or whether -at the same time
first place. local governments all through
the land should be forced to cut
And the bitter fact remains back on their expenditures.
that every taxpayer is not only *
burdened with the welfare load, Today, the public debt of the
but also with the salaries and federal government is o-.,
expenses of almost 10,000,000 $100 billion more than the c --n
people employed by federal, bined public debt of all th,.
state and local government. free nations of the world com-
bined, yet these nations re-
While the major attention is ceive billions of U.S. dollars iq
focused on the costs of federal foreign give away funds,
-government, it is a fact that *
state ,an local governmental Thus, perhaps Castro is not
posts are contributing mightily the greatest concern of every
t9 the post of existence. American.
As the situation now stands, Perhaps of far greater poA,.
in ten years federal spending cern is the actual solvency of
on non-defense items has the nation,
SNational Federation of Independent Business


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1963
SH cle approved a bill for payment.
Mrs. Smith Hostess Reports of various committees
were given.
To WMS Circle 3 Mrs. Chain, program chairman,
led the group with the program,
Circle Three of the WMS am. "What Is Royal Service?" Mrs. Mc-
ber One of the First Bop.ist Clellan and Mrs. Smith assisted
with the program. Mrs. J. 0. Bag-
Church met Monday, June 17 with gett closed the meeting with pray-
Mrs. W. S. Smith in her home on
Woodward Avenue. Circle chair-
man, Mrs. James Wilson called the Mrs. Bill Bricker and small son
meeting to order with prayer. She and Mrs. Cliff Ellis, together with
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Mrs. Parker Is

Hostess to Circle
Circle Number Two of the First
Baptist Church met in the home of
Mrs. T. E. Parker, Sr., with six
members present.
Mrs. W. L. Durant called the
meeting to order with prayer by
-Mrs. Karl Marshall, Sr.
Mrs. Rubye Pridgeon used as her
program theme, "What Is Royal
Service?" Several ladies spoke on
the subject. Prayer was led by Mrs.
J. J. Laurimore.
During the business session, good
reports were given by the commit-
tees with prayer by Mrs. Parker.
The next meeting will be held in
the home of Mrs. Karl Marshall,
Sr.
Refreshments of frozen salad,
cake and Cokes were enjoyed dur-
ing the social hour.


BENNIE TILLER COMPLETES
ADVANCE TRAINING
FORT POLK, LA. (AHTNC)-Ar-
my Pvt. Bennie C. Tiller, whose
wife, Rochelle, lives at 162. Ave-
nue B, Port St. Joe, is scheduled
to complete eight weeks of ad-,
vanced training as a supply hand-
ler at the U. S. Army Training
Center, Fort Polk, La., July 26.
Tiller entered the Army in
March 1963 and completed basic
combat training at Fort Jackson,
S. C.
The 23-year-old soldier, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Tiller, 305
Avenue D, attended Washington
High School.
ALABAMA VISITORS
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Coody and
daughter Lynn of Fairfield, Ala.,
arrived Tuesday, June 18 for a
week's visit with Mr. Coody's sis-
ter, Mrs. W. S. Smith. They are en-
joying the week at Beacon Hill
while here.


CARD OF THANKS
,Many individuals and organiza-
tions have been kind and helpful
to me during my illness. Through
The Star I would like to thank all
of these people for their concern
and aid.
I am grateful to many friends
who have helped in numerous ways
and for the doctors,- nurses and
other personnel of the -.~1uricipal
Hospital who gave me expert care
and attention.
The following organizAtibns have
assisted me in recent months, and
I acknowledge my indebtedness to
them: The First Methodist Church-
The duPort Foundation; Port St
Joe Lodge' No.' 111; F&AM; St. Jo-
seph Chaptdr No .56, RAM: Order
of Eastern. Star, Chapter 191 and
the Port St. Joe Elementary School
faculty.
HENRY GEDDIE
0:Ichlsner: FoAndation Hospital
New Orleans, La.


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FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
3 rooms and bath. All private.
Heat and water furnished. Attic
fan. Couple or woman only. 1301
Monument Ave. Phone 227-5301. 1
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.,hunfurriished. Phone
227-8111. tfc 6-13
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment 1505 Monument Ave.
Phone 227-7421. tfc-2-28
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


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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-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

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: 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-5-80
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house fur-
nished on bluff at Beacon Hill.
$50.00 week. For reservations ;a
648-4238 or 229-3201. Mrs. L. T.
Arnold. tfc-6

FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 801
Marvin Ave. See Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., tte-5-2


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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. $450.900, Sur-
plus Sales at St. Joe, Phone 227-
2011.


FOR SALE: 1960 Fleetwood house
trailer. Two bedrooms, 46 ft. long,
10 feet wide, with auto washer.
Small equity aid take up pay-
ments. For further information you
can come by and see the trailer at
444 Parker Ave., Highland View.


FOR SALE: 1962 Tru-Tone tape re-
corder. Phone 227-7546 or see
at 525% Fourth Street. 2tc-6-13
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Pick-up,
$275.00. Call 227-8596. 2tp-6-13
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom home, 2,000
feet floor space. 2 full baths,
large fenced back yard, garage and
utility. Close to school. Well estab-
lished landscaping. 1027 Long Ave.
Contact Ed Ramsey.
FOR SALE: A double tank aqua
lung. Riviera Banana Slalom and
double handle ski rope at 808%
16th St, or phone 227-5616 if inter-
ested. 2tp-0-20
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom block house.
Small equity and assume VA
mortgage. Call 229-2186. 2tp-6-20
FOR SALE: 1 set of pipe dies, sL'.e
1/8" to 1''". Used very little.
Inquire at Ruckman Shoe Repair.
FOR SALE: 1950 2-door Ford with
1953 reworked engine. Good con
edition, $100 or best offer. Phone
229-2446, Ito
FOR SALE: 2 story unfurnished A
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 pnm. or week ends.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednb y night, 8 p.mn.
at Parish House, 309% 6th St Port
St. Joe, Flu. Phone 229-3331 for
further information or write P. 0.
Box 535.


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WSCS Circle Has Regular
Meeting Monday Afternoon
The Mary McMillan Circle of
the Women's Society of Christian
Service of the First Methodist
Church met Monday at 7:30 a.m.
The meeting was held at the
beach cottage of Mrs. Hubert Rich.

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. Call 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 s~rvice. tfc
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116.
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.


FOR SALE
New three bedroom masonry
house with one and a half baths.
FHA financing.
Two bedroom frame dwelling on
Woodward Avenue, in good condi-
tion. Can purchase for small down
payment.
Two bedroom masonry house on
Hunter Circle. FHA financing.
Three bedroom, two baths, liv-
ing room and den. Buy owners
equity for only $900 and assume
existing mortgage. Total cost only
$8890. 3tc-6-6
FRANK HANNON
221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniel)
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
ing companions welcome.


Edgar L. Smith, High Priest
Roy L. Burch, Secretary
THERE WILL BE a regular com
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
ROBERT L. CREAMER, W. M.
ROY K .BLACKSHEAR, Sec.
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NOTICE OF SALE
1'0 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
You are hereby notified that the
following motor vehicle: 1961 Olds
Spr. 88, Serial no. 615W03130 will
be sold at public sale at 2:30 P.M.,
on the 27 day of June 1963 at St.
Joe Motor Co., Port St. Joe, Fla.
The proceeds of the sale will be
applied first to the payment of the
cr,sts of retaking, storing and sale
of said motor vehicle and the cost
of publication of notice of sale and
then to the satisfaction of the bal-
ance due under the contract with
Commercial Credit Corp. 431 Oak
Ave., Panama City, Fla., covering
the financing said motor vehicle.
Any surplus will be paid to you
and you will remain liable for any
balance remaining unpaid under
said contract.
COMMERCIAL CREDIT CORP.
431 Oak Avenue
Panama City, Fla. ltce
ATTENTION OWNERS, AGENTS,
CUSTODIANS, LESSEES AND
OCCUPANTS OF REAL PROP-
ERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIM-
ITS OF THE CITY OF PORT ST.
JOE:
You are hereby notified that you
are required by law to cut and keep
cut to a height of not exceeding
twelve (12) inches all weeds, grass
or underbrush on any property
owned, controlled or occupied by
you in the City of Port St. Joe and
also to remove any trash, debris,
refuse, filth or other noxious mat-
ter located upon such property, and
that upon your failure tdo so the
City of Port St. Joe will cause said
weeds, grass or underbrush to be
cut and such weeds, grass or under-
brush or any trash, debris, refuse,
filth or other noxious matters to
be removed from said premises and
the costs thereof assessed against
the property upon which said
weeds, grass or underbrush or such
trash, debris, refuse filth or other
noxious matter may be growing or
located.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
FRANK HANNON, Mayor
ATTEST:
J. B. Williams,
City Auditor and Clerk 2tc-6-20
NOTICE TO BID
BID NO. 9
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
will receive sealed bids in the of-
fice of the City Clerk, City Hall,
Port St. Joe, Florida, until 5:00
P.M. July 2, 1963, for the follow-
ing:
1. Glaze and paint all windows
located in the Centennial Building.
Prices to be on a Per Pane basis
for glazing and a per window ba-
sis for painting.
2. Contractor shall furnish proof
of Standard Workman's Compensa-
tiori Insurance is in effect prior to
awarding of contract.
3. Windows shall be scraped by
the City prior to glazing and paint-
ing and shall be removed from the
frames and replaced in the frames
by the City.
4. All paint and glazing com-
pound to be furnished by the City.
5. For any additional informa-
tion desired please contact the City
Clerk, City Hall.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
received.
J. B. WILLIAMS 2t
City Auditor and Clerk 6-20
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yards.
The devotion, taken from "The
Upper Room" was given by Mrs.'
V D Jones.
The p to. n, giv. n by Mrs.
Paul Bl-.out was on "T National
Council of Churches", what it is
and what it does.
The meeting was cl wed with the
iiembers i' eating the benediction
in unison.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Pope,


THE STAR


Jr., of Overstreet announce the! THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1963
birth of a son, John Michael on THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
June 13 in the Port St. Joe Munici- enter in Frnkfort, Ger-
pal Hospital. nteecal center in Frankfort, Ger-
pal Hospital. i .. station. at.
1- r ^T^TJrrnn hn -.i/ Up.yirnfL ~ lnlci\


SPENDING 30-DAY LEAVE
HERE WITH PARENTS
" Sgt. Elmer M. Kent of the
Medical Corps is spending s
days cf his 30-day leave he
Port St. Joe with his mother
W. B. Coppedge and sister,
Girm l.
Sgt. Kent spent three year


Phone 7-3161


NOTICE OF TAX SALE
Notice is hereby given that on the 24th day of June, 1963, at the
front door of the City Hall, City of Port St. Joe, State of Florida, tax
sale certificates will be sold on 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. WILLIAMS,
City Treasurer and Collector
City of Port St. Joe, Florida
ASSESSED OWNER: Lot Block Adv. Total
Granger, Andrew W % 8, 10 1016 .50 3.32
Pallon, Ed 25 1003 .50 3.32
Peters, Damon 31 1018 .50 1.91
Williams, Roy Lee 32 1010 .50 3.32
PERSONAL PROPERTY
Alma Lee Bryant's Beauty Shop .50 3.32
Floyd Chevrolet Company .50 35.78
Tomlinson, A. R., Service Station .50 14.61




















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