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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: July 12, 1962
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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THE STAR

"Port St. Joe-The Outlht Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Vafley"


TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1962 NUMBER 40




County Studies Waters ed Program


Picutred, above are the Sockys, winners of
the Anierican League Championship of the Port
'St. Joe Little Boys Baseball program. The Sockys
won 17 games and lost one during the season.
They are, back row, left to right: Ralph Cacom-
ber, mgr.; Steve Macomber, Randy Collins, Thom-


W'? En- ;


Pictured above ls,.the'Rotary Club team, win-
ners in the National ,League division of their Little
Boys Baseball movement. The team is coached
by Lamar Moore (back left) and Foy Adams,
(back row). The team members, are, back row,
left to right: James Kennington, Jim Fensom,


Winners in the Babe Ruth League season
h'e team sponsored by the Florida Nation-
al Bank, (picutred above). The team had an 8-4
record for the season. Pictured, are, left to right,
back row: Benton Hamm, co-manager; Lonnie


Vandals 'Break Into
St. Joseph's Church

The St. Joseph Catholic Church
wVas broken into Monday and some
Otne to four dollars in cl oe tak-
en from 'a tract rack in th7%hurch.
The church doors were o',en and
.he thieves walked in, broke the
"l on a money 'box .attached to


as O'Brian, Randal Walker and Bobby EIIzey.
Front row, left to right: Tony Boyd, Ricky Lam-
berson, Gerald Smith, Billy Stevens, Jimmy Lee,
and John Christian.
Not pictured are Sidney Dykes, Dennis Atch'i-
son and co-manager, John Dickey.
lk moor" ildl .


Knapp Smith, Ed Scisson and Boyd Merritt. Front
row, left to right: Steve Adams, Pete White,
Charles Smith, Billy Simmons, Jim Simmons and
Kenny Merritt.
The team had a 13-5 record for the season.
4i


Bell, Jr., Johnny Rogers, Al Cathy, Johnny Rich-
ter, Jerry Branch, Ricky Godfrey, James Keel,
Mike White, Roddy Bowdoin, Norton Kilbourn
and Howard Rogers, co-manager.


Youth Singspiration Set
Sunday By Methodists

The first Youth Singspiration
will be held this Sunday, July 15,
at the First Methodist Church at

the tract rack and took the money
inside.
No other damage was reported.


9:00 p.m. All churches are urged
to encourage their youth to attend.
Everyone come join the fellowship
and singing. The singing will be
led 'by J. L. Williams, Youth Direc-
tor of the First Methodist Church.


UHOP AT HOME


Asks for Costs

Of Program

The County Board of Commis
sioners 'heard a request from re:
res.entatives of the Whitney lan
holdings near Wetappo to entt
into a watershed program for thE
area.
It was pointed out to the Boar
'that some 100 landowners would be
'affected iby the program which
would take in virtually all th


Richards Named

County Supervisor

Last Tuesday, the County School
Board accepted the recommend
tion of .the Board of Trustees thai
Hubert 'E. Richards .be appointed to
the post of 'County Supervisor. Be
fore the appointment is 'official, ii
must be passed on favorably by
'the State Board of Education in
Tallahassee.
Richards, presently the principal
'of the Port St. Joe Elemen'tary
School, will replace B. B. Sclsson
as County Supervisor. Scisson
went -to work Monday, July 2, for
the Division 'of Instructional Ser-
vices, Tallahassee, as a consultant
in instruction. He will operate in
the West Florida area. It was
'known a few months ago that
'Scisson was In' line for the Talla-
hassee appointment, but the School
Board could not act on applications
for his replacement until Scisson's
appointment was confirmed at ithe
state level.
Richards, 36, has been principal
lof thJA Port St. Joe Elementary
School for 12 years. Before that
he spent two years in the Bay
County school system. He has his
Master's Degree and is certified
in the administration of elementary
and secondary school. In his new
position, his salary will be $8,500
a year, with $50 per month allowed
for travel expense.
Under the Minimum Foundation
Program (state and federal assist-
ance) each county is required to
have a County 'Supervisor. Primar-
ily his Job is to coordinate and im-
pliment the Minimum Foundation
Program among 'the 'county schools,
to Insure its provisions are car-
ried out, and 'to do liaison work be-
tween, the county school -official's
and Ithe state board.
Richards Is married and is the
father of 'three children.
Succeeding Richards in his posi-
tion as principal at the Elemen-
tary School will be Harry Herring-
ton, principal of the Highland View
Elementary :School.
Replacing Herrington, will be
Howard Blick, assistant principal
of -the Port St. Joe High School.
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LBB League To

Start Play-offs

An all-star team of 16 players
has been chosen from 'the Ameri-
can and one from the National
League of the Port ;St. Joe Little
Boys Baseball program. These two
teams will compete in a 'best two
out of three game series for the,
honor of representing Port St. Joe
in the -district tournament in Pen-
sacola. The play-off series will be-
gin on Monday, July 16.
The National League players
are: Jerry Nichols, Eddie McFar-
land, Carl Neel, Allen Humphrey,
Knapp Smith, Boyd Merirtt, Bryan
Baxl'ey, Tommy Adams, Jimmy Da-
vis, Jim Cannington, Ricky Lovett,
Tommy Simmons, Fred Harrison,
Larry Cox, James White 'and
Charles Smith.
The American League will be
represented by Randell Walkor,
Lonnie Hill, Larry Byrd, Thomas
O'Brian, Billy Garr, Bobby Ken.-
nedy, Donnie Miller, Lamar Butts,
Sidney Dykes, Bobby Ellzey, Randy
Collins, John White, Tim Griffin,
Joe Rycroft and Tony Boyd.
Game time will be at 7:30 p.m.
each night beginning Monday.
Admission Is tree and all parents
of Little Boys Leaguers and those
interested in the youth of the com-
munity are urged to attend the
games.


,area from Overstreet, along We- The Board did not vote t6 go
tappo Creek back to Wewahitch-, ahead with the program as out-


The Board learned that the Fed-
eral' Government possibly would


lined but did vote to instruct the
attorney vo get costs of the program
and to what extent Gulf County


participate in the program, making would participate with funds and
available a certain part of the ex- what the entire project would cost.
penses involved for wildlife man- The watershed program would be
agement, a certain percentage for designed 'to drain all' the area be-
'the flood .control aspects, and a tween Overstreet and Wewahitch-
,certain percentage for the improv- ka to improve its agricultural pos-
ed agricultural aspects of the pro- sibilities and Improve the area for
gram. the growing of pine trees.


It was stated by proponents of
the project, that at present much
of the area in question is subject
to flooding at high water which
makes the property unfit for any
use.
The Board will look further into
the matter.
Reaffirm Ruling
The County Board was also ask-
ed to vote again Tuesday on Its
ruling of requiring county employ-
(Coutinued Ox Page 4,


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Pictured above is the new slate of officers Mims, Panama City, District Director; R. H. Ell-
of the Port St. Joe Jaycees for the coming year. zey, past president; Robert Nedley, secretary and
They are, left to right: Roy Burch, Jake Koller Charles Norton, director. First vice-president
directors; Bill Brown, treasurer; Jimmy Costin, Wade Barrier and director Hulon Mitchell were
second vice-president; Tom Ford, president; Ralph not present when the picture was made.


Jaycees Adopt Resolution Denouncing

Supreme Court Prayer Ban Ruling


The Port St. Joe Jaycees unani
mously voted Tuesday night t(
adopt a resolution denouncing thi
United 'States Supreme Court tfo
their -recent decision concerning
prayer in 'the public school's o:
New York. The Jaycees then rec
ommended another similar resolui
tior to be presented 'to the state
convention in Orlando on Angun:,
10, 11 and 12 for adoption 'by the
slate organization. The rseaoutior
was presented for adoption by past
president R. H. Ellzey.
First Vice-President Wade Bar
rier presided over Tuesday's meet
ing in the absence of newly elect
ed presidut Tom Ford who is o0
vacation.
In other action Barrier named
two committees to serve during thl
coming Jaycee year. They are, In
dustrial Development Committee:
R. H. Ellzey, chairman; Wesley R
Ramsey, Wade Barrier, Harry Ti
son and Jimmy Costin. Ways .an
Means Committee: Jake Koller
Bill Brown and Don Grossman
Records and Recognition chairman
Will I. Ramsey.
The Industrial Committee will
begin a program of 'trying to in
terest industry to locate in the
Port St.-Joe 'area and will cooper.
'ate with other agencies in the
county interested in .this project.
The Ways and Means committee
will be responsible for providing
projects for the Jaycees to carry
out during the year.
The Record and Recognition com-
mittee is responsible for reporting
club 'activities to the state head-
quarters.

Man Free on Bond
In Stabbing Incident

J. L. Burkett is free from Bay
County jail on a $500.00 bond as
the result of an alleged stabbing
at Roy Conley's Cafe on Mexico
Beach last Sunday at 12:30 a.m.
According to Deputy Sheriff
Jim Barfield, Burkett allegedly
stabbed Louis Gordon of Over-
street as .the result of an argu-
ment over a pinball game.
Gqcr&dn, stabbed in the lower
chest 'by a long thin knife, was tak-
en to the Municipal Hospital for
treatment and was later taken to
Tyndall Air Force Base hospital.
Gordon' is a retired service man.

MYF Sponsoring Spaghetti
Supper Saturday Night
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
(MYF) is sponsoring a spaghetti
supper Saturday night, July 14 at
7:30 p.m. Anyone who would like
to purchase tickets may call 229-
1441.


Concern Shown for

Condition of Park


The St. Joseph Histoircal So-
ciety has written the following
letter to the Port St. Joe City
Commission and wish to make 'its
contents known publicly. They
have asked The Star to repro-
duce the letter below to acquaint
the general public with their con-
cern for our State Park.-Ed.
Hon. Frank Hannon
Members of the City Commission
of Port St. Joe
Port St. Joe, Florida
Gentlemen:
The members of the Advisory
Council of the Florida Board of
Parks *and Historic Memorials for
Constitution State Park Museums
wish to call your attention to the
following abuses being perpetrated
at the Constitution State Park:
On numerous occasions children
have made playhouses and scatter-
ed and left debris on the grounds


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of the park. Each morning the icus-
todian also finds ,beer cans and
soft drink bottles littering 'the
grounds. The grass on, the grounds
is being damaged by trampling of
horse-back rldflL.
The rules governing the use of
State Parks 'are not made 'by the
Advisory Council, but by the State
Board of Parks and Historic 'Me-
morials, and at other parks these
rules are rigidly enforced.
The park is not 'a recreation
area. It is a historic memorial and
should be respected accordingly.
Any -aid you may be able to ren-
,der to stop the above mentioned
abuses will be an asset to the City
of Port St. Joe as well as the State
of Florida.
Very truly yours,
Mrs. Charles Brown, See.
Members:
Mrs. Ned Porter
Jesse V. Stone
Harry H. Saunders
Cecil G. Costin, Jr.

Guests of Chasons
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mull and
little son, Chason Lee, Mrs. Gene
Crump and son were guests the
Fourth of July week in the A. S.
and Williston Chason homes.


The Port at. J-.:. R::r., LIu:. tro Pack 47; B. Roy Gibson,
'recently honored leaders of the Jr., now past president of the
two scout movements sponsored Port St. Joe Rotary Club and J.
by the club by presenting them
width plaques of appreciation at
the last Rotary Club meeting of Scout Troop 47.
their fiscal year on June 31. The Rotary Club is sponsor of
Pictured above, left to right, both the Cub and Boy Scout
are: James Moore, Cubmaster of movement in Port St. Joe.


i American League Champions Sockys


National League Champions Rotary


Babe Ruth League Champions. Florida Bank


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1962




... of Social Interest

Clubs Personals Weddings Engagements Parties


Engaged

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nunne-
maker of Lynn Haven announce
the engagement of Mrs. Nunne-
makers daughter, Pat Kay to
Richard Musson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. C.. Musson also of Lynn
Haven. Richard is a 1959 gradu-
ate of Port St. Joe High. Miss
Kay is also the daughter of the
late L. T. Kay of Port St. Joe.
The wedding will be July 27.


Historical Society Has Regular Meeting;

Pays Tribute To Deceased Member

The regular meeting of the St. important of historical significance
Joseph Historical Society -was held being the original bill introduced
Saturday, July 7 in the Chamber by him which resulted in the build-
Room of the Municipal Building. ing of the -Constitution State Park
A tribute to the memory of the Museum.
departed member, Mrs. Flarazelle State Representative-elect Ben
Cornell was given by Representa- C. Williams was a guest at the
tive Cecil G. Costin, Jr., eniumerat- meeting and assured the 'members
ing her many good works in the his- that he would make every effort
torical society, civic groups and to continue the sponsorship of leg-
chrrch. islation aimed at 'preserving the
The mee'ing was presided over history of the state for posterity.
by Mrs. Ned S. Porter, president. Upon conclusion of the meeting
Discussion was entered into regard- refreshments were served. Attend-
ing the feasibility of organizing a ing the meeting in addition to the
Gulf County Historical Cotmmis- guest, Rep.-elect Ben C. Williams
sion. A committee was appointed were Mrs. Ned S. Porter, Mrs. B.
no meet with the next regular ses- A. Pridgeon, Sr., Mrs.H.R. H. Brin-
sion of the County Commission to son, Cecil G. Costin, Jr., William
present this program for their con- H. Howell, Jr., and Charles 3.
...... .. Smith.


M.rs. B. A. Pridgeon, Sr., reported
that there is a photograph of an
early locomotive which was used
to make the replica for the Centen-
nial Celebration held at Port St.
Joe in 1931. An effort will be made
to obtain a copy of this photograph.
State Rep. Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
gave -a resume of the legislation
which he has sponsored 'during the
past ten years of his membership
in the state legislature, the most


Visit In Tampa
Mr. and Mrs H. P. Hall have re-


Reception To

Fete Witherspoons


Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Witherspoon
of Apalachicola 'who will celebrate
their 50th Wedding Anniversary. on
Sunday, July 15, will be honored
with a reception given by their
daughters, Mrs. Sarah Allison and
Mrs. Gannon' Buzzett.
The reception will be ,at 'the Wi-
therspoon home from 4:00 to 6:00
p.m.


No invitations are being
All friends and relatives are
ed to attend.
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turned to their home at St. Joe in secretarial science. When her
Beach after a short visit with Mr. education is completed, she will
a'nd Mrs. C. E. White in Tampa. become an executive secretary.


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Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Martin announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Andrea, to Airman Second
Class Billy Joe Griffin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Gar-
rett, Kilmichael, Mississippi.
The wedding will be held August 18 in the Long.Ave-
nue Baptist Church, in Port St. Joe, Florida.
No invitations are being sent, but all friends and rela-
tives of the couple are invited to attend.


Eta Upsilon

Fetes Husbands

Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi entertained their 'hus-
bands with a beach party Wednes-
day evening 'at St. Joe Beach.
A delightful atmosphere was cre-
,ated around the bonfire where
guests -were served barbecue chick-
en, Ibaked beans, potato salad,
bread and soft drinks.
The evening was climaxed with
a watermelon cutting.
Those enjoying the occasion in-
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mc-
Gill, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Freeman, Mrs. Wayne
Gay, Mr. and Mrs. John Slajer,
Mrs. Roy Maddox, Mr. 'and Mrs.
Braxton Ward, Mrs. H. T. Dean,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hammock, Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Brown and Mr. and
Mrs. Earl McCormick.

Richard Zipperer

To Appear In Life

Richard Zipperer,'son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. Y. Zipperer, was one of
three young men chosen last week
by Kodak Camera Company to
pose for pictures taken to be used
for advertising in LIFE magazine
and other magazines in July and
August of 1963.
Richard is working this summer
in Nantucket, Mass.


Golden Agers

Enjoy Meeting

The weather was very warm, but
the Golden Agers didn't mind, be-
cause they had plenty of cooling
breezes from the many fans placed
around the room. All were having
fun .playing Bingo. Calla Perritt
seemed to know some secret. way
to bingo more quickly than anyone,
but before the evening was over
several others seemed to have
caught on.
We expect -soon to purchase song
books so that we ,may all enjoy
singing together the old familiar
songs popular when we were ,grow-
ing up.
Assorted cookies, cream cheese
sandwiches and cold drinks really
"hit the spot" when served 'by Mes-
dames Ivy Williams and Elizabeth
Montgomery, hostesses.
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Mrs. Tom Moon To Host
White City VFD Auxiliary
All members of the White City
Volunteer Fire Department Auxil-
iary are notified that the next meet-
ing of the Auxiliary will be held
at the home of Mrs. T. A. Moon
on Wednesday, July 18 at 10 a.m.
Visiting In Conn.
Mrs. C. E. Martin and daughter
Barbara and sons Courtney and
John .are visiting in Voluntown,
Conn.


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Raffield Pridgeon
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Raffield of Port St. Joe, announce
the engagement and approaching marriage of their daugh-
ter, Maldra Sharlyene to Anthony Lawson Pridgeon, son
of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pridgeon, also of Port St. Joe.
Wedding plans will be announced at a later date.






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Former Teacher

Entertains Pupils

Recent .guests At Mexico Beach
were Mrs. Adalyn LeHardy, her
daughter, Mrs. Carol Sullivan and
grandson, Tomnmy Sullivan..
During their stay -at the beach,
Mrs. LeHardy gave a swimming
party followed by a watermelon
cutting for her former klinjdergar-
ter.. pupils. She regrets ,that she
vwas unable to contact ,many of her
former pupils.
George Duren and Chesley Fen-
som were very able assistants at
the party and 'kept the young
people supplied with plenty of wa
Itermolons.
A picture was presented to Mrs.
LeHaryd of a dozen or so of.-this
year's St. Joe High graduates who
were also graduates of the LaHar-
dy kindergarten 'class of 1950.

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1962


.. of Social Interest


- Engagements


Miss Reva Doris Oakes became ; i?
the bride of Curtis Clark Lane, on 'l' *- ; .' :
Friday, June 8, a't 7:30 p.m. The ,
Rev. R. L. Huffman officiated dur- l "
iug the impressive double ring cer-
emony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Wesley Oakes, Jr.,
of Port St. Joe and the bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Lane of Wartrace, Tenn.
The 'vows were exchanged before
a background of greenery, flanked
by standards of white gladioli and
fern and candelabra holding burn- ? a
Ing white tapers. The family pews | .. i. .
were marked with large white satin ,j
bows.
Nuptial music was presented by -
a choral group from Harding Col-
lege of Searcy, Ark. They sang "Oh
Promise Me", "Perfect Love" and '
"I Love You Truly". The traditional ii ^-t ^' .
wedding marches were played. C
Serving as maid of honor was
Miss Mary Frances Bazzell, aunt
of *the bride of Wewahitchka. j |
Bridesmaids were Miss Wanda Wil-
liams and Miss Barbara Bell. The
honor attendant and bridesmaids
wore street length dresses of pink
silk organza over matching taffe-
ta, with scalloped neckline and
featuring bouffant skirts. They : -
w'ore matching headpieces and car-
ried nosegays of pink chyrsaunthe-
mums nestled in tulle with tiny sa-
tin stifeamers attached.
The bridegroom chose his bro-
ther, Meakin Lane, as his best man
and ushers were, James Gibson and
Don 'Sickman. Ring bearer was Joe6
Stanfield, cousin of the bride of MRS. CURTIS
Prichard, Ala. The Former Miss
The Ibride, given in marriage by


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CLARK LANE


Reva Doris Oakes
,her father, was lovely in a silk or-
ganza over white satin. The fitted
bodice featured a roll collar, long
tapered sleeves terminating in cal-
la points at the wrists and fastened
with tiny satin covered butons.


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the Gulf County School Board,
teaching in the Port ,St. Joe Ele-
mentary School. A-IC Samuel-
son Is stationed at Tyndall Air
Force Base.
The wedding will take place
August 3 at the Church of God In
Yazoo City, Mississippi.


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Mrs. Oakes chose for her 'daugh-
ter's wedding, a sheath of pastel
yellow linen, 'with which she wore
matching accessories -and a corsage
of white carnations.
Mrs. Lane, mother of the bride-
groom was attired in a beautiful
print dress -of 'blue cotton, with
which she wore matching accessor-
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Immediately following 'the wed-
ding, a reception was -given by 'the
bride's parents. The bride's table
overlaid with white was centered
by a four-tiered wedding cake top-
ped with the traditional miniature
bride and bridegroom and encircled
with fern. The punch table 'was
also overlaid with white linen and
centered with -a 'crystal punch bowl
encircled with greenery.
Following the initial cutting of
the cake by the couple, Mrs. J. W.
Lee and Mrs. D. J. Hatfield, Jr.,
served. Mrs. Dewey Pattreson and
Mrs. Bill Hine presided at the
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For the couple's wedding trip,
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the orchid lifted from her bridal
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The couple is residing in Port 'St.
Joe, where the bridegroom is pre-
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Lane of Wartrace, Tenn.; Mr. and
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Shelbyville, Te'n., Mrs. James R.
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THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1962


Rebekah Lodge Honors State President At Dinner In Motel St. Joe Dining Room


Melody Rebekah Lodge Is


Visited By State President


Melody Rebekah Lodge, Number President's key scripture for the
22 was honored by a visit from the year. The right side was the !ban-


State President, Mrs. May Kerne
whose home is West Palm Beach.
The Lodge assembled in the din-
ing room of the St. Joe Motel at
6:00 p.m. recently for the banquet
honoring the State President. The
president's colors being yellow and
lavender, were most effectively
used in the dining room, in cor-
sages and 'also the Lodge Hall.
The 'dining .tables were lovely. A
lavender runner .the length of the
'tables topped with green ivy en-
twined with miniature orchids and
full blown yellow roses. The place
cards were 'miniature Bibles and
a white dove resting on a gold pe-
destal. Inside on the left page was
written Psalms 19:14, "Let the
words of my mouth and the manedita-
tions, of my heart be acceptable in
thy sight, oh Lord, my strength
and my redeemer". This is the


quet menu consisting of relish
plate, 'ham, fried chciken, string
beans, creamed corn, potato salad,
home made pie, tea and coffee.
Upon assembling, Mrs. Flarazelle
Connell gave the invocation 'prayer.
Mrs. Aillene Hightower was toast-
mistress and introduced the presi-
dent, Mrs. May Kerne.
When the president rose to
speak, Mrs. Lois Daniell began
playing the president's theme
hymn, "How Great Thou Art" and
Mrs. 'Edwin McGill and 'daughter
Vicki sang a most beautiful duet of
"How Great Thou Art". Mrs.
Kerne -expressed her thanks to the
mother and daughter and .stated it
was the first time she had ever
been so honored by a mother,
daughter team.
Mrs. McGill is the 'daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Owens, 1205


Monument Avenue. To Vicki it also
was a pleasant experience -as she
had previously met the state presi
dent in Theta Rho .work of which
she is active.
Mrs. Hightower then introudced
the District Deputy President, Mrs
Vera McNeill -of District 2. Mrs
McNeill is a member -of Panama
City Lodge Number 15.
Next introduced was Pat McCor
mick, Past President of Theta Rhc
Number 10, daughter of' Mr. antd
Mrs. Gene McCormick, 1014 Wood
ward Avenue. Pat made a beauti
ful address in which she thanked
'everyone who had contributed to
her year ot make it a success ,as a
president and especially ;Sister
Flora Long.
Next up for introduction nwas our
own Ibeloved. Noble Grand, Mrs
Jessie Owens who thanked eveyr-
one fo their whole 'hearted coop
eration in Rebecca work. She also


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thanked her daughter .and grand-
daughter for the lovely duet. Mrs.
McGill responded in .such sweet
daughterly fashion. Mrs. Owen -ex-
pressed joy and thanks to the The-
ta Rho's for their splendid year's
work and pledged the support 'of
the Rebeccas.
Mrs. Hightower called on Mrs.
Gene McCormick for announce-
ments for .the evenings further ac-
tivities.
Mrs. Kerne, Mrs. Owens 'and oth-
ers expressed thanks 'to Mrs.
Mouchette and helper for the de-
licious banquet dinner, and ithe
very 'effective service rendered.
Being dismissed, the group re-
tired to Melody Rebecca Hall
where Mrs. Jessie Owens opened
the meeting. After .business was
transacted, the Noble Grand turned
'the meeting over to the State Pres-
idenit, Mrs. May Kerne. At this time
the lodge 'did a courtesy to the
State President with a skit, the
"1890 Ziegfield Polly Girls" wear-
ing orchid streams were presented.
the cast was, Elsie Griffin, Ruth
McCormick, Hazel 'Simms, Marie
Wynn, Janet Lee and Virginia
Smith.
Elsie Griffin being end girl wear-
*ing a large picture hat made ,of
lace trimmed with yellow rose,
green 'backs ($1.00 bills) 'and the
spangles on the hat brim were new
'dimes cradled in yellow ute.
'Elsie ,made her bow stating, "I
Am Green Back" and 'placed the
'bat on Mrs. Berne's head, which
she wore the remainder of 'the eve-
ning. The president stated it was
one of the prettiest iand most un-
usual presentations she had ever
received.
Our own Noble Grand, Jessie
Owens was originator of the idea
and the 'hat designer. The skit was
cleverly written by Mrs. Mary
Weeks.
When the president had instruct-
ed and transacted state business,
the Noble Grand closed the meet-
ing with 'everyone 'holding hands
and singing, "Bless Be 'The Tie
That Binds". Mrs. Marie Wynn at
the piano struck up the grand
* march and everyone enjoyed a bit
of wholesome fun.
The punch table was beautiful
in orchid, yellow roses and orchids
floating in ice on the punch bowl.
0 Visitors from ,other lodges were
S resent.


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THE STAR
S Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port SL Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
DIAL 227-3161 PosToFFICE Box 308
enteredd as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
..... Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.

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TO,ADVERTISERS--n case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
ad0ortisement.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1962

The-Beaches Are Our Front Door Invitation For
Tourists To Stop A While and Visit Us

Since J. C. Arbogast, a resident of St. Joe Beach ap-
peared before the County Commission last month and asked
the county NOT to work on the beach property in Yon's Ad-
dition- to Beacon Hill (where Arbogast lives) it stirred some
wonder within us. People just don't go around asking the
county not to do something. Most people want the county
to do some work for them.
Arbogast's action caused us to wonder enough about his
request to see if he had a legitimate request. Was the coun-
ty needlessly working on the beaches or was Arbogast just
desiring that they leave his property alone? (Arbogast and
all others in Yon's Addition have riparian rights down to the
water's edge, thus giving them ownership of the beach).
A visit to the beach in this area displayed some of the
worse filth we have ever seen. Grass was piled six to eight
inches deep for a width of three to four feet wide. A short
walk through the grass brought forth swarms of young flies
hatching out or living in the mess. The area was thoroughly
obnoxious to the sight. Nothing about this particular stretch
of beach had any appeal at all to the traveling tourist.
Tuesday at the County Commission meeting, a group
of residents from St. Joe Beach had petitioned the county to
resume work on the beaches, since Arbogasts' request didn't
reflect the feelings of the entire area. These .people felt
that their beach area was also conducive in bringing tourists
in' this area. Certainly in its present condition, the beach can
do nothing except drive tourists further away.
Our beaches are just as much an asset to us as those of
Penisacola, Panama City, Miami, and other tourist centers
in Florida are to them. The difference is that we do not
utilize ours as much.
We salute the county for wisely deciding to go ahead
with work to clean up the beach. The cream of the beach
population has already settled, but at least we can welcome
those still to come with some nice clean, white beaches.
We must remember that the beaches are public proper-
ty, indeed, in that they are the facade to our Gulf of Mexico
and are not excluded from the public view. While one per-
son may desire to keep his beach in its natural dirty state,
it must be remembered that another property owner decided
to. do what he wanted with his property a couple of years
ago, and construct a fishing pier on it. It was his property,
why couldn't he? It was found in the best interest of the
citizens at large not to. We believe the same rule holds true
here.
It might also help the overall appearance of the beaches
if the county could see fit to install some trash cans in var-
ious intervals on the beach. The normal refuse of people us-
ing the beaches, for recreational purposes. Elimination of
this problem would cure still another area of unsightliness.

Laxity of Our Driving Habits Are Adding To
The Ingredients That Make "Instant Death"

For year after year, Gulf County, and especially the
Port St. Joe. area, has skimmed by the Fourth of July period
without even so much as a "fender denting". Now, all of
a Sudden we come up with two serious accidents that could
have easily cost the lives of several people. The severity of
collision was there, but the luck was still with the drivers
and their passengers.
What has happened? Have we grown lax in our driving
habits?
/ There was a time just shortly ago, when an automobile
accident in this area was a rarity. Seldom did two crack up.
About all that happened was a crinkled fender now and then
when one would back into the other or some such minor ac-
cident. .
And now, all of a sudden-in the words of one of the
local repair garages, "They're smacking them up faster than
the body shops in town can put them back together".
SWhat causes this? Lack of enforcement on the part
of the law officers? Lack of concern on our part?
SWhich would you think?
SAnd then, what causes us to allow teen-agers, evidently
under-age, to drive automobiles alone, at night, or with other
teer-age drivers in the car? Don't we know the law? It
is ilhlgal for a teen-ager to drive an automobile if he or she


is unier 16 years of age and has no operator's license. We
are allowing underage drivers to operate vehicles alone and
with no license. If we, as parents, will put up with and con-
done this activity, we know where the blame for the increased
reckless driving habits come from.
This is a matter of concern. Port St. Joe has gone for
several years now with no traffic fatalities. Gulf County
has 'ad a very low fatality rate. Let's not flirt with worsen-
ing eCir record.


Workers Should
Obtain Social Security
Statement of Account

All -employed individuals should
obtain a statmeent of -their Social
Security account, John V. carey,
District Manager of the Panama
City Social Security Office, said
this week. You are -encouraged to
request a tsatement at least once
every three years as mistakes in
your account -are extremely diffi-
cult to correct after three years.
A simple post card form is avail-
able at all Social Security offices
to request your statement, Carey
added. The statement you receive
will sho wth total earnings credit-
ed to your record and an annual
earnings credit for each of the last
three years. The statement for sal-
aried people will show 'all credits
through 1961, and for self-employed
people the credits will be shown
through 1960.
Employers ,may print the post
card Statement Request Form for
their employees, Carey continued.
Any-employer who wishes to do so
should contact the nearest :Social
Security office for the specifica-
tions that must be met in printing.
For -example, all Satement Request
Forms must contain the caution
Ithat ipeniaugties lare proviidid ,for
signing anyone else's name on the
request form.
All of your rights under Social
Security are dependent on the cre-
dits to your individual Social Se-
curity -account, Carey concluded.
You may receive the statement of
your record free of charge simply
by requesting it. Such action on
your part will help protect your
future rights to Social Security
benefits for yourself and your fam-
ily. The Social Security Office for
this area is located at 1135 Harir-
son Avenue, Panama City, tele-
phone PO 3-5331.

RESOLUTION

Flaxazelle Connell, a Charter
Member of Melody Rebekah
Lodge, No. 22, was called to her
Heavenly Rest on Tuesday, July
3, 1962.
Sister Connell was an active
and faithful member of her
Church, -her Lodge, and many
other organizations that promot-
ed the welfare and 'growth of
this community.
First, be is resolved that the
Loage has lost a dear member
who exemplified our Watchwords
of Friendship, Love and Truth in
everything she did. Her life was
one of loving service and there
will forever be a vacant spot in
our Lodge and 'our hearts. Her
smile is gone, her working is
done, but she leaves behind a
?beautiful memory that will linger
on.
Second, that her unselfish ser-
vice is worthy of emulation.
Third, that we -drape our
Charter for thirty days in loving
'memory -of our departed 'Sister.
Fourth, that a copy of these
Resolutions be 'spread on the
minutes of the Lodge; a copy be
'sent to the bereaved Family, and'
a copy be sent to The Star for
publication.
"No one hears the doors that
open
When they pass beyond our
,call;
Soft as the 'dropping petals
of a rose,
One by one our loved ones fall.
But the memory of ,each loved
one,
Like the fragrance of the rose,
God sends to linger with us
Till our own life's .door shall
close."
Respectfully submitted,
Aliene Hightower
Addle IM. Goodson
Lucille Williams
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Reports For Traniing
To Corpus Christi, Tex.

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (FHT-
NC)-Ens. Frank A. Lehary, Jr.,
USN, son of Frank A. Lehardy of
524 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe,
has reported to Training Squadron
28 ,at the Naval Air Station, Corpus
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naval aviator.
Students at 'Corpus Christi enter


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Speculation naturally has been
aroused over 'the reported build-up
of forces 'by the Chinese Reds on
the mainland opposite the Chinese
Nationalist Islands of Matsu and
Quemoy. Best informed advisors
teel that this is a defensive mea-
sure arising out of apprehension
by the Reds that an invasion will
be attempted by Chinese National-
ists from Formosa. However, we
can state there is little likelihood
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while well fortified and prosper.
ous, has fewer than 20,000,000 peo-
pi)e compared to 600,000,000 in Red
China. The Chinese Nationalists
don't have the shipping needed to
launch -a full scale invasion. Of
more merit would be a series of
guerilla activities all up and down
'the coast to keep the Red Chinese
edgy and possibly to spark a full
scale revolt.

The House last week gave a one-
sided endorsement to the Presi-
dent's reciprocal trade program. I
think everyone wants reciprocal
trade, but some of us were con-
cerned with the terms of the 'bill
and voted against it. Termed "The
Trade Expansion Act," this mea-
sure conveyed to 'the administra-
tion almost in toto powers hereto-
fore reserved to the Congress for
negotiating tariff changes. It re-
wrote and largely nullified the
peril point and escape clause pro-
visions which have been the prin-
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for American Industry.
Of more concern to me are the
welfare sections 'which provide an
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trade acts. Under these sections
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gantic welfare program for indus-
trial 'workers. The bill sets up a
super unemployment compensation
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Historically we have depended
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dustry from cheap foreign goods.
Customs collections on these items
add to the Treasury about a 'bil-
lion dollars a year. When we de-
part, even in part, from customs
collections and substitute a pro-
gram of 'aid to industry to be paid
from the Treasury, it should be ob-
vious that the American taxpayer,
and not the foreign manufacturers,
will make .up the deficit. The only
'way to raise money would be
through higher taxes or going fur-
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It should be obvious that Federal








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% cup finely diced cucumber
1 tbsp. finely diced onion
1 tsp. celery seed
2 tsp. salt
1 tsp. prepared mustard
6 hard-cooked eggs
% cup sour cream
% cup salad dressing
2 tbsp. vinegar
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1 can (1 lb.) barbecue beans
2 tbsp. vinegar
1 tsp. sugar
.'a cups chopped cabbage
tsp. celery seed
14 tsp. salt
Dash pepper
Crisp greens
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til sugar is dissolved. Mean-
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and cabbage. Sprinkle with cel-
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after Federal contributions to in-
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dependent on payments from -the
Treasury for existence, I consider
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to the American taxpayer -who has
been carrying so much of the high
cost of world reform.
This is by no means a blanket
indictment of the nations of Cen-
tral and ISouth America. There are
many signs of progress in this
area. There are many strong 'and
dedicated leaders who are work-'
ing faithfully for the advancement
of their respective countries and
-their people. But there is a need
for a stronger show of support for
the Alliance in the hemisphere as
a whole.

The wide difference between
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recently passed a new Sugar Act,
which spelled out quotas world-
wide; providing a healthy increase
in production in the United States,
and designating other nations to
receive the sugar quota formerly
.assigned to Cuba. Latin American
nations were among the principal
beneficiaries, and this created a
fine show of good will for our sis-
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Senate threw out the House bill
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tration measure which is, in fact,
-a delegation of authority to the
State Department to assign quotas
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THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1962

Minutes of the
County Commission

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIpA
June 26, 1962
Thile Board of County Commissioners of
tulf County, Florida met this date with
the following members present: E. C. Har-
den, Sr., chairman, Leo Kennedy, Neva
Croxton, A. J. Strickland and James H.
Greer. The Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, Roda
Supt., Mosquito Control Supervisor and the
Civil Defense Director; Honorable Ben 0.
Wiiliams, Gulf County Representative-elect,
Wan Silas It l'ler. Walter Graham and
James G. McDaniel, County Commissioners
elect were ilso present.
The meeting came to order at 6:30 p.m.
lihe Chairman opened the meeting with
pm-ayvir.
11eo. W. L Fitpatrick, Circuit Judge, ap-
pearedi before the Board and advised that
Mrs. Betty G. Owens has resigned as his
Secretary, but that she will continue in her
position as official Court Reporter. Tie
Judge discussed the possibility of placing,
one of ihis telephones in the Clerks' office
to insure that all calls coning to his nIuo-
her will be answered. The Board informed
the Judge that it will work with hiim ni:
I!is or any other arrangement.
The Chairman announced that thle lit-
cussion with reference to petition filed by
the land owners from the Honeyville area,
requesting the State to establish an official
survey line in the Honeyville-Dalkeith area
will be resumed at this tim. The Clerk read
a letter from ion. Bob Sikes in which thie
Congressman state that the Bureau of
Land Management, upon request, will re-
establish thle original corners, but that
tlhe County or land owners will have to pay
for this service. Mr. Luke Taunton told the
Board that the original thought of the pe-
titioners was to establish one survey line
running from the North end of the County
to the South end; that such a line could be
depeiiedl npon to be correct and everyone
woull accept the line and could determine
whether or not their land was in the right
place; that it was not his intentions that
all the people in Gulf County be taxed to
pay for the re-establishing of a few section
corners, but that he thought the State owed
this type service to the people. Mr Law-
rence Abreu told the Board that the people
will not pay the costs that would be taxed
to the re-esablishing of section corners,
therefore the petitioners withdrew their re-
qti: sl.
Mr. Max W. Kilbourn. County Engineer
toll ihe liBoard that a lot has been said
about surveys his Company made in con-
nection with the request by the Dalkeith.
Honeyville citizens' that derogative impli-
cations were made by sofe of the people
involved as to his surveys; that he has never
surivevcd anv of lIte landl lines that are in
question: that Mr. Taunton was incorrect
when lie stated that there were no original
section corners in place, because there are
a Illnumber of corners iIn place and there are
two Section Corners and two half-section
corneis in place in I he IIoneyville area, said
Corners can easily be found by anyone by
following the original field notes, and that
they are so plainly marked that it does not
iake a surveyor to locale them; that he has
the original field notes for each section in
the county and the public is always invited
to use them; that hlilias invited Mr. Taun-
ton and Mr. Abreu to go witli him to the
Section Corner in the Honeyville area in
order that they will have first hand infor-
nmation as to the true location. He then
stated that many surveys prove a land line
to lie in a place other than someone prefers
it to be, but that lie will never show a
line except where it actually proves out,
knowing all the time lie could sometimes
satisfy his client by putting it where they
want it to be.
The Rev. Ruben B. Davis, representing
tile Hlighlaid View Fire Department appear-
ed before the Board and reported that said
Fire Dealrtment has complied with House
Bill 2532, Chapter 61-2208 in organizing a
volunteer fire department and requested the
County to release the funds provided in
said bill. Comm. Kennedy informed the
Board that tie has been attending the organ-
izational meetings and is satisfied that the
organization is capable of taking care of
ani ,, ,;,i ,.... r;,. truck. After consid-
eratit., i,... -ii.. ...... resolution was pre-
sented by Comm. Kennedy, seconded by
Coinmm. Orcer and duly adopted, to-wit:
RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, the Legislature passed House
Bill 1597, Chapter 61-2208, authorizing


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the Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County to expend a sum not in excess of
$8,500.00 from Race Track Funds for the
purchase of a fire truck and other equip-
ment for the prevention of fires, and
WHEREAS, the citizens of Highland View
have organized a iFre Department to the
satisfaction of the Board of County Com-
missioners and
WHEREAS, said Fire Department has re-
quested the Board of County Commissioners
to release the $8,500.00 as provided in said
bill.
NOW, therefore, be it resolved by the
Board of County Commissioners:
1. That the Board is satisfied with the
organization of the Highland View Fire De-
partment.
2. That said Fire Department is hereby
authorized to purchase the equipment as
set out in Chapter 61-2208.
3. That all purchases to be made in the
amount of $300 00 and over shall be ad-
vertised for by the Board of County Com-
missioners.
4. That all bills be approved by author-
ized official and then forwarded to the
Board of County Commissioners for pay-
ment. 'I


5. Purchases through the County Civil
Defense Department are not subject to Sec-
tion 4, herein.
G. That a copy of this resolution be mail-
ed to said Fire Department. (end)
Mr. .1. C. Arbogast appeared before the
Board and discussed three matters;
First, he wanted to know the County
policy with reference to County equipment
working on a private beach and stated that
the County dozer has recently worked or
the beach that belongs to the property
owners of Yon's Addition to Beacon Hill;
that lie and other owners of said beach did
not want the county putting its equipment
on the beach, but if the county wanted to
clear a beach, to go to some other beach.
The Chairman called the Road Supt. and
asked him to explain what type work the
county equipment did at the beach in Yon's
Addition The Supt. told the Board that
several citizens of St. Joe Beach requested
the county to clear the seaweed from the
beach to make it nicer for the public to use.
Hon. Ben C. Williams said that the beach
at Yon's Addition was a private beach and
the public has no right to use this beach,
but that the public has always been wel-
come out there. The Board ordered the Road


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Department to keep all county equipment
off this beach from this date forward. Mr.
Arbogast then told the Board that he did
not approve of the action recently taken in
retiring county employees when they reach
the age of 65 and requested that this sec-
tion be given further consideration. Mr.
Arbogast then told the Board that he did
not like the idea of taking A man's name
out of th ejury box when he becomes 65.
The Board informed that one of the Circuit
.Judges ordered the Board not to select a
naf- for the jury box if the person was over
60 years old.
?lie Board entered into a discussion with
reference to selecting a man to be employed
by the Mosquito Department. The Supervisor
presented a number of applications and af-
ter consideration, the Board instructed the
Supervisor to select a man from the appli-
cants from the South end of the county.
The Board directed the Clerk to place
Ethel English on the Welfare roll for $15.00
per month and to remove Mattie Mae Jen-
nings from said roll.
The Board discussed the need for a side-
walk on the bridge at Long Ave., in Port
St. Joe and decided to discuss this matter
with the City Commissioners of Port St.


Joe before a decision is made.
The Board discussed the matter of a
number of requests for the Board to make
a ruling that County employees must pay
their debts. The Board was advised that an
employer cannot enter into the private af-
fairs of an employee.
There being no further business, the
meeting did then adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core E. 0. Harden, Sr.
Clerk Chairman
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
July 2, 1962
The Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida met this date in spe-
cial session as a Board of Equalization,
pursuant to Notice published in the Gulf
County Breeze, a weekly newspaper, pub-
lished in Gulf County, Florida with the fol-
lowing members present: E. C. Harden, Sr.,
Chairman, Leo Kennedy, A. J. Strickland
and Neva Croxton. The Sheriff and Clerk
were also present. James G. McDaniel and
Walter Graham, County Commissioners
elect were present.
The meeting came to order at 9:00 am.


hour, then held there until fuel ran out and the car rolled to a stop. -
Distance: 6186 feet (indicated by dotted line in background). Next, test
was repeated, using Super Shell-the same fuel as before but with
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Same driver. Same conditions. Distance: 6454 feet. That's 4.33 percent
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THE picture above was snapped a few
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That's a typical result from a series of
mileage tests Shell engineers recently ran
on the outskirts of San Francisco.
The tests compared two gasolines. One
was a gasoline Shell scientists purposely
blended -without Platformate. The other
was Super Shell-the same gasoline as be-
fore but with Platformate added.
Shell engineers used a 1962 convertible
for the tests. You may be driving a similar
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In test after test, Super Shell with
Platformate consistently took the car
about 4 percent farther than the gaso-
line blended without Platformate.

NOTE: For more details on these tests, see
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Platformate gets its name from the plati-
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Pressures up to 600 pounds per square
inch and temperatures up to 1000 degrees
literally tear petroleum apart. A precious
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The Chairman opened the meeting with
prayer.
The Honorable Safuel A. Patrick, Gulf
County Tax Assessor came before the Board
and presented the 1962 Tax Roll, showing
the following assessed values:
Lands wholly exempt .... 1,062,900.00
Homestead, current ..... 3,757,990.00
Total exempt ......... 4,820,890.00
Non-exempt lands ........ 5,80,770.00
Personal Property. ...... 8.;8,935.00
Railroad and TelergAph .... 9,578.00
Total Taxable .rop. .. ,9,283.00
Total Tax oll ....... 10i71,178.00
The Chairman announced ik.t tih meet-
ing is open to hear:.any oe6x6 "tx with
reference to the values as assisea' on said
tax roll.
Whereupon, after waiting .mloe than one
hour and no one co-inig .be the Board
with a complaint, there as a motion by
Comm. Strickland, seconded by Comm.
Croxton and unanimously carried, that said
assessment on the 1962 tax roll be approv-
ed and accepted as presented.
The meeting did then adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core E. 0. Harden, Sr.
Clerk Chairman


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THE STAR, Por~ St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1962

Louii' Mo., were house guests of Return From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Missler of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jackson and
Mexico Bea'c for the week of July family returned last week end from
4. Mrs. Rober"s is the sister of Mrs. a vacation trip spent in Alabama,
Missler. the mountains 'and New York state.


After eight weeks of 'bowling in Whaley led the Paper Mill.
the Summer League, the St. Joe After these eight weeks of 'bowl-
Stevedores are on top with a 23 ing, the present standing is as fol-
and nine record. 'In Monday night's W Ll
action, the Stevedores and Jensen's t.JoeStevedores ---- 23 9
"5" split with each team winning Paper Mill 16Y 2152
two each. Grabowski and Ward led Nedley's Florist --------15 17
the Stevedores, while McCroan and Jensen's "5" 15 17
Zimmerman led Jensen's "5". Phillips "66" -- 13% 181/2
In other action, Phillips "66" St. Joe Bowling Lases ---. 13 19
managed to edge out St. Joe Bowl-
ing Lanes, winning two and half a r
gaines 'while losing one and -a half. ,
Warren Yeager 'and Winton Fer-
rell led the gasmenn". Wayne Smith
rolled a ine 601 series for St. Joe
Bowling Lanes. Smith had a 190,
247 and 164 for a real fine series.
Smith is presently on top in the
league with a fine 190 average.
Nedley's Florist, after losing Mr. and Mrs. Larry Marvi'n'
eight straight, managed to split Johnson of Wewahitchka announce
with the Paper Mill. Frank Scott 'the birth of a daughter, Doune
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Mr. and Mrs. Morrie Lee Morrow
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Melanie Dawn on July 2.
Colored Births
Mr. and Mrs. Lugene Parker an-
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Eugene on June 27.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)

Off On Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. George McLawhon
and sons, George and Mike left
Monday for a week's vacation in
the mountains.


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CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor
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RESOLUTION

WHEREAS, the Supreme
Court of ,the United States of
America has declared illegal and
unconstitutional 'the -rights for
free American people to the
christian training and guidance
in the public school .system of
the United States, which is so
essential to the moral training
and formulation of 'christianity
for future generations, and
WHEREAS, the Supreme
Court 'of 'the United States has,
by virtue of said ruling, violat-
ed the principles for which this
country was founded, and the
christian beliefs which have
made it great, 'and
WHEREAS, the ruling of the
Supreme Court of the United
States 'has (been against the
wishes 'of 'the vast majority of
the citizens of this great country,
and against the moral dictates
'of 'the free world, and has or
will cause 'the United States to
be held in disrepute throughout
the other parts 'of the free
world;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOLVED by the Board of
County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida, in regular ses-
sion, that the ruling of the Su-
preme Court- against prayer in
'public schools is hereby con-
'demned by this body, and they
are hereby and by these presents
-requested to reconsider this rul-
ing and to 'act according to the
christian dictates upon which
this country was founded, and
upon which the constitution of
'this great nation is based;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
'that the United 'States Congress
be, and they are hereby request-
ed to take such steps as may be
necessary to authorize prayer to
be conducted in the public
'schools of the United States.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
THAT copies of the foregoing
resolution 'be sent to 'the follow-
ing: Chief Justice and each of
the Justices of the United States
Supreme Court; Honorable Bob
Sikes, U. S. Congressman, Third
District, Washington, D. C.;
Honorable Spessard Holland,
United States Senator, Washing-
,ton, D. C. Hon;orabl'e George
Smathers, U. S. Senator, 'Wash-
ington, D. C.
Adopted by the Board of
County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida, this 10th day
of July, 1962.
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLA.
By E. C. HARDEN, Sr.
Chairman
ATTEST:
George Y. Core,
Clerk of Circuit Court
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Gulf Forest Fire

Losses Are Great

County Ranger H. A. Hardy said
that 40 fires during the first half
of this year burned 2,007.1 acres in
Gulf County. This compares with
'the 22 fires .and 463.3 acres burned
during the similar six month per-
iod last year.
Shortage of rainfall, which re-
sults in dry woodlands and makes
it easier for a tire to start, 'was the
,basic reason for the increase in
number of fires reported in most
Florida counties. Drought condi-
'tions also were responsible for lar-
ger acreages burned.
Forest fires have their origin us-
ually through 'human carelessness,
incendiarism, and lightning. Fifty-
one of the state's 67 counties-in-
cluding Gulf County, are protected
by units of the Florida Forest Ser-
vice.
Statewide, 'the forest fire season
which began last fall was termed
the "worst forest fire season since
1955-56." During the first six
months of 1962, alone, 6,800 forest
fires in Florida burned 246,500 ac-
res of protected forestland.
On protected land an :estimated
one and one-half million acres
bunsed 'mostly in Polk, 'Oollier,
Hendry, Broward, Dade and Os-
ceola counties.
Generally over Florida, June
rains have relieved a forest fire
situation described Iby the State
Forester as extremely 'critical.


Children and families oa Mrs.
Hershel Bruner of Two Egg (near
Marianna) held a big family reun-
ion on July 4 at the cottage -of Mr.
and Mrs. B. E. Bruner in Mexico
Beach. Attending the reunion were
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bruner of Pan-
ama City; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Bruner of Marianna and their two
children; Alva Brunei' and four
children of Avon Park; Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Pittman and their two
children of Two Egg; Rev. and
Mrs. Clyde Rocket of Campti, La.;
Mrs. Wilene Duce and two children
of Pensacola; Mrs. M. Bruner, ano-
ther of nine children, seven attend-
ing, with two 'daughters and fam-
flies unable to attend.
.. .r .N.:
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THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1962


Charles Thomas Winner of Preliminary

Golf Tournament In Recreation Program

Charles Thomas won the prelim- Badminton Is
inary golf tournament held in the
St. Joe High School's summer rec- P ular Spo't
reaction program. The unheralded 0
sophomore played a steady, and at
times brilliant, brand of golf to de- laractivity in the high school rec-
feat the tourney favorites, Pete reaction program. The court is in
Fox and Robin Brown. Danny constant use for eight hours per
Oakes and John Maddox were the day. To date the students have
other players in the championship played 200 hours of badminton.
flight. These finalists earned their
,right to the championship round The competition Is keen and
by posting the lowest scores in many exciting matches are played.
their respective qualifying flights. A unique feature of the competil-
SThe young golfers felt the pres- tion allows the winning team to
sure of the title match early as remain on the court. This enables
'they putted in eratic fashion on a new team to play 'after every
the first hole. Robin Brown took .match.
the hole with a one under -par 4.
Thomas had a 5. Pete Fox estab- A tournament will be held the
lished .a handicap of 8 on this hole. week of July 16 in singles and
The 120 yard second hole found doubles play. Any student of high
Fox narrowly missing a 25 .foot school age who wishes to play may
putt as he tried to cu' his oppor- sign up in the gym office.
etn's lead. John Maddox hit a fine Some of the more enthusiastic
approach shot to within 15 feet of players are: Billy Antley, Robin
the pin. Robin Brown and Pete Fox Downs, Jerry Pitts, Charles Thom-
carded a four to tie the hole. Brown as, John Madodx, Brenda Faison,
holed a 12 foot putt for .the out- Charlotte Maddox, Pat White, Fred-


standing shot. Thomas shot a 5.
The tricky 65 yard third hole
found Brown, Fox and Maddox tie-
ing .with one under par 4's.
The 120 yard fourth hole was the
scene of the most sensational shots
of the round. Fox and Brown hit
seven iron tee shots to within 20
feet of the flag. Fox chipped his
approach shot in the hole from this
distance for a record 2. Brown,
Thomas and Maddox had 4's on this
hole. Fox's uncanny shot 'making
brought hini back into contention
with 'a total of 18 strokes at this
stage of the match. Charles Them-
'as was 18 also. Robin Brown led
with 16 a't this hole. John Madidox
had a 20 and Danny Oakes a 27.
This set the stage for the 130
yard' final hole. The champion,
Charles Thomas, .hit a 3 wood to
within 30 feet of .the liolb. He
pitched over rough terrain to with-
jfn' six feet of the ipin 'and holed out
in 'one putt for a three and a win-
ning total of 21.
Robin Brown hit a weak tee
shot but recovered with fine ap-
proach shots to reach the green
in 3. His putting touch 'deserted
him and four putts gave him a
final score of 22.
Pete Fox made a bold attempt
to salvage the match. He drove 130
yards 'to edge of the rough. His
approach shot was a 'beauty that
crossed a 'tennis court and hit the
green six 'feet 'from the hole.
Fox missed the 'putt 'by 'an inch
that would have tied Thomas. He
'holed the next one for a total of
22.
Danny Oakes carded a 34. John
Maddox shot a 25 which is 'par for
the course.


die Anderson, Tommy Atchison,
Clark Downs, Susan Antley, Romey
Barnes, George Small, Tom Sisk,
Mark Rutland, Randy Armstrong,
Lloyd Gardner, Danny Wall, Julia
Herring, Carla Herring, Jacque
Price, Ed Scisson, Rex Buzzett,
Roddy Bowdoin, Tommy Wright,
Junior Nichols, Bob Craig, Clifford
Wimberly, Pete Fox, David Bab-
bit, George Small. Many others
play from 'time to time.

Sockys, Rotary Win In
Little Boys Baseball Season

The Sockys won the American'
League Little Boys Baseball cham-
pionship during the regular season
of play in 'true championship style.
The Sockys had a near perfect sea-
son with 17 wins and but one loss.
Their -one loss was to 'the Hard-
S'5ars, runners-up in the league.
The Sockys compiled ,the best re-
cord -for a season yet chalked up
by any local Little Boys baseball
team.
The team went on to win against
an American League all-star 'team
in the July 4 All-Star game last
Wednesday.
The Sockys ran up some mighty
impressive records 'during the reg.
ular season. They scored 278 'times
to the other 'teams' 108. Randal
Walker pitched himself into a na-
tional Little Boys Baseball 'tie for
16 strike-outs in one regular six
inning game. This feat goes record-
ed in the official rule book of the
Little Boys Baseball rceords. Wal-
ker averaged 11 strike-outs per
game pitched for the season.
Thet Stockls mut six rovs n- -th


Andy Traimmell, the low man o 't Bobby ELi.e
in the qualifying round was unable tournament team: Bobby E-
a .. Randal Walker, Thomas. O'Bran
-to play but is. expected to compete Randy Collins, Tony Boyd, Stev
in' the final tournament of the Macomber. Tony Boyd, Ste
summer. This tourney will be heldsponsored by J. La
the week of July 16. The team is sponsoredd by J. La
mar Miller and managed by John
The program will be terminated mar Mnd Ralpnd Macd by oh
July 20. All students of high school Although their record wasn
Although ,their record wasn't ,s(
age are invited to participate until .impressive as the ockys, thRo
tat date. impressive as the Sockys, the Ro
that 'date. tary team won 'the championship
in the National League, battling
OAfhml| Pa 'U S down to -the wire with the Civitan
oIf Ib all Result
team. Both 'teams were 'tied at the
--- end of 'the season, with 12 wins and
The Florida National Bank men's five losses. But .the -two teams had
",slow-pitch" softball team pulled -been rained out in a previous game
an "iron man" Monday night and which was tied when the game was
played a double-header against the called. As the season came to a
Wewa Bank and Vitro teams-and close, the 'teams met for a play-off
won them (both. and 'the Rotary club was victorious.
'In the opener, Ron Potts started This makes the first season
on the mound for the bankers championship won by the Rotary
against 'the Wewa Bank team and team, sponsored by the Port St.
was relieved by Walter Dodson in Joe Rotary Club.
the -sixth. The two 'allowed the We- Managers of -the team are Lamar
wa bankers 10 hits which they con- Moore and Foy Adams.
rerted to nine runs., 4
Theo Johnson was on the mound Several All-Star Game
or the. Wewa Bank and allowed Prizes Not Picked Up
he victors 11 runs in 15 hits. Prizes Not Picked Up
Billy Richards led 'the hitting at-
tack for the Florida Bank getting Several of the prizes -given 'away
three hits for four trip s 'to biat in- at the all-star games, July 4, :by
cltding two big home runs. Pitcher the Little Boys Baseball League


Kenneth Whitfiel dand Waring
Murdock hit three for four for the
Wewa Bank followed iby Daryl
S-trickland with 2 for 4.
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In the second game, it was Wal-
ter Dodson all the way on the
mound for the victorious Florida
Bank. He allowed the 'losing Vitro
Steam six bits for 'two runs. McClain
'was on 'the mound for Vitro and
allowed 'the !bankers 11 hits for G


nave not been ,claimed as yet, -ac-
cording to Lamar Moore, league
official.
Those winning prizes and their
prize are listed below. You may
claim your prizes by 'getting In
touch with Lamar Moore.
William McCroan, Bottle of lo-
tion and a license plate cover; Joe
Whitfield, 'bottle of hair tonic; John
Paul Blount, life jacket; Henry
Ayers, charcoal bucket kit; Betty


runs. Larimore, lubrication and car
, Gortman and Raffield led 'the wash; 'and J. F. Brooks, six bowl-
bankers hitting attack with two Sg 'games.
for 'three. Harper hit safely twice
tn .three trips to the plate for Vitro.
Ij LEAGUE STANDINGS
W L GB 7
Aons 13 8 -
'la. Nat. Bank 14 10
.Vewa Bank 10 13 4
rtro 8 14 5%


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THE ST Ar" urt St. Joe, Florida


All-Stars To

Play in Tourney

The Babe Ruth League All-Stars
will participate in an area tourna-
ment here .tomorrow night at Cen-
tennial Field at 8:00 pnm.
The local all-stars will go against
a team Wrom Tallhafhassee undor
the local lights.
This is the first tournament
game the Port ;St. Joe Babe Ruth
League has played here. They
appreciate a good strong local root-
ing section tomorrow night.
The local All-Stars are: Johnny
Rogers, Rickey Godfrey, M ichael
White, Lonnie Bell, George Kil-
bourn, Al Cathey, Johnny Richter,
Forrest Van Camp, Douglas Hall-
man, Leslie B. Nichols,, James
Thomas Smith, Johnny Walker,
Wilbur Butts, Freddie Ohasomn and
David Wood.
The All-Stars will be managed
by Benton Hamm and Howard Ro-
gers, managers of the league win-
ning Florida National Bank team.
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Gulf Second In

State Oyster Crop

Franklin County proved to ibe
the leading all-around seafood pro-
ducing county for April, according
to a report this 'week 'by Randolph
Hodges, director of the Division of
Salt Water Fisheries, State Board
of Conservation.
Franklin led the state in oyster
production as usual, but placed
second in Florida landings of
Black Mullet and King Whiting.
Gulf County was second in oys-
ter production for the month,
which saw a total of 37,032 pound's
of oyster meat processed.
The report indicated a decrease
of 28 per cent in quantity ,during
the month, -but 'an increase in value
of 35 per cent as compared to April
of 1961.
Oyster production more than
doubled for the four months per-
iod of 1962 as compared for the
same period of 1962, records show.
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Gulf 'Reports Second
Auto Accident for Holiday

Gulf County had its second auto-
mobile 'accident of the Fourth of
Jily holiday last Thursday after-
noon on 'the White City highway.
when two cars met heafd-on.
James Kelly was 'traveling toward
White City about 4:45 p.m. and
started around a pick-up truck
'when he saw Roy Woods coming
,toward Port St. Joe, too late to get
back in his lane. Kelly hit his
-brakes to try to get back into the
lane and his car skidded 'sideways
smacking into Woods.
Both cars were heavily damaged
and !both drivers were slightly in-
jured. Both were treated at the
Port St. Joe Municipal' Hosptial
for cuts and abrasions and releas-


whether they must go over 'the,
age 65 retirement age or not. I
The majority of the Board, Mrs.
G. !S. Croxton, Jimmy Greer and
Leo Kennedy again voted to re-
quire the county employees to
abide by the employment rules of
the county as set up-which re-
quires employees *to be retired at
age 65 regardless of how many
years of service they .may have.


WATERSHED STUDY
(O ed From Page 1)
ees to retire at age 65.
The policy now is that county
,employees must retire at age 65.
However, the employees come un-
der a state retirement program
which requires an employee to
have 10 years of service or more
tp draw benefits..-
Commissioner A. J. Strickland
has asked that .the Board allow,
employees to work out their 10
years to qualify 'them for state re-
tirement payments, regardless of


Highland View MYF
Sponsoring Car Wash
The MYF of the Highland View
Methodist Church is sponsoring a
car washing project 'to be held at
Gene's Gulf Service Station on
July 14. The 'hours of the project
will be from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Price per car will be $1.00.

Visiting Mother
Mrs. A. S. Chason will be in Tal-
lashassee for two weeks to be with


Mrs. T. S. Alsobrook is visiting her mother, Mrs. S. M. Brown, who
with her son 'and family, Mr. and underwent eye surgery Monday,
Mrs. Ben Alsobrook in California. July 9.


Visiting With Cousin
Miss Susan Woodhull, of Long
Island, New York, is vilsting with
her cousins, Dale -and Connie Jack-
0son.

Return From Visit
Mr. and Mrs. John Core and chil-
dren, Kitty and Lowell, returned
home last Thursday after visiting
friends and relatives in South Car-
olina and Perry, Florida.

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2601, Chet Baker. 2tp 1'% yrs. old., $10.00. Mexico Beach, Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for be submitted to the Tax Equalizing Boari tions complete within ten (10) days after
26thSt.,'two*doors on right from ,!ck expert se rvice. tfr for approval on the 17th day July, 1962, at bids are opened. Workman's compensation,
FOR SALE. 14' unaot t St two *doors on right from ,ick expert service the City Hall at 7:00 P.M., EST. All per-public liability, fire and tornado insurance
F OR SALE 14 runabouwith 40 highway. Mrs. C. E. SnelL Itp sons desiring to have corrections made in will be required. One hundred per cent
horse motor unaboith ut controls. Rea- h 40 i a rs C nelL ltp SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0. such roll, whether in the listing, valuation (100%) performance and one hundred per
sonable offer. Phone 227-4823. 2tp FCR SALE: Wringer KenCtore 0. F.-Meets second and fourth of property or otherwise, are requested to cent (100%) payment of labor and material
washer, excellent condition, paid Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in American file with the undersigned on or before tha bonds are required. The Owner reserves the
FOR SALE17th day of July, 1962, their petition sett- right to reject any or all proposals and
FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom $-145.00 will sell for $60.0). Small Legion Hall. All members urged to ing forth their objections to such assess- waive technicalities. No bidder may with-
brick home, 1031 Long Ave. Phb iormica kitchen table, drop leaves attend. ment and the corrections which they desire draw his bid for a period of fifteen (16)
648-4128, J. A. Mira. $12.00. Phone 648-3126. p Noble Grand: Emmett Daniell to have made. days after date set for opening thereof.
2.00. Phone 648-3126. tp Nole rand MMi Witness my hand and the official se. l Gulf County Board of Public
Secretary: J. C. Martin. of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida this Instruction, Owner 4t
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 13134 HOUSE FOR SALE: 1303 McClel- 4th day of July, 1962. Forrest R. Coxen AIA, Architect
Marvin Ave. Purchaser to a lan Ave. Pay equity and assume WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, J. B. WILLIAMS 4t-7-5
sume VA mortgage, See. Cecil Co#' FHA mortgage of $5700. See Gene THE AMERICAN LEGION, Meet-. ity Auditor Tand Clerk 72
tin, Jr. Fowler at 2000 Long Avenue. ing first and third T u e ad a y -- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
FOR SALE: beoo om at nights, 8:00 .m. American Leg1on NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS FICTITIOUS NAME
FOR SALE: be&oem h eomi 'at FOR FREE: Kittens and 'their" no- Home. tRipicato wi in ise t"ke nbuiee iii t
dWhie Cit. y Lot 95x100. Gamad ARCEE: Sens and their mo- Home. eADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS re- Ywill please take notice that the un.
deeWne City Lot 95x100. h Oad their. Call 227-2311. Sealed proposals in triplicate will be e-dersigned is engaged in business in Port
7701 Patrc ly 2 yrs. old. CFaSll A27- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet ceived by the Owner, the Gulf County Board St. -Joe, Fl orida under the firm name of
7701. Patricia Ann Redd. tt -21 FOR SALE: Shower stall, $25.00. every Wednesday night, 8:00 p.m. of Public Instruction, in the Office of the Whitfield Paint and Novelty Shop and will
FOR SALE: 2 year old home. 1019 McClellan Ave. 1. tp at Parish House, 3091 6th St. Port Superintendent, Wewahitchka, Florida, un- register said fic'ti tou' name With the C'lrk
til 10:00 A.M. C.S.T., August 7, 1962, for of thl, ('irluit Court of Gulf County, Florida.
rooms, ya St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-1241 for the construction of: addition to Washington t Wwahitrka FIlotrida. 'Thi t- i9th day
room 1 Nic ath. Paneled orrida. FOUND: One small boat adrift. further Information or write P. 0. High School, Port St. Joe, Florida. of Jult, A. D., 19 2.
neighborhood for chil- Owner may ave by identifyingEach proposal must be accompanied by U[I.YSSES WHITFIEDI.I) 4
dren. Will sacrifice equity for $850- boat and paying for this notice. Box 535. ond, to tiehe Gulf Ckounty Board of Puli W C.WHITFIEI) 7-12
Take over FHA loan, $83.0 moo Call 227-2311. MOVING?-Let us help you. Whe- Instruction, in the amount of 5% of the
Will give you built-in range and- ther planning 'to move acroSS base bid, and said certificate check o)r bid
oven. Bllam r Phan WANTED: 2 men, age no handicap. t r an oe bond is t be returned within 15 a days if NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
22oven. 105 Ber llamy Circle. Phon WANTED: 2men, agenohandicap. town or across the nation, you may proposal is not accepted, or if contract FICTITIOUS NAME
229-2321, Dr. Williams. 50 stops day. Each average $2.00 besure that your most priceless agreement is executed, and guarantee bond You wl.l please take notice that the uii-
OR, committion. Write Mr. McGarity, belongings are In experienced and is accepted. All certified checks wi!l be lersigned is (.ngaged in bulinei s iin 'oit
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 2: Box 627, Williston, Fla 4tc-7-12 returned within 16 days of the date o: St .oc, Florida under the firm inome of
baths, built-in kitchen, disposer Wlliton, la. capable hands. We represent May- receiving bids. Cashiers checks will not be Whiten Contr'atori and wil'l rei,,.-r sail,
dishwasher, hardwood floor,s fully-' WANTED: Sandwic'ih cook, -whit. flower, nationwide movers. Call us accepted. It is the option of the Board of fictilii ontlm with the hlerk of lte (' fiilt
insulated, central heat, air: condi- Inquire at the Dairy Queen. for f r e e estimates. SURPLUS Public Instruction to retain the certified Court of (;lt ('t unlv,Pl oria 9' a atW It ,hitvlt-
inulated, central heat, air cond Inquire at the Dairy Queen for free estmat checks or bid bonds of the four lowest ka, ilri Th. ni t9th div of .le, .
toned. Carport and living space, SALES o ST. JOE, 112 Monument bidders for a period of 15 days. Out-of-state 1962.
q JWANTED TO RENTt High q ity Ave. Phone 227-4051. tfo-1-18 contractors will have the bid bond caniter- 4t-7-12 ULYSSES WHIT'IELD


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