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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1963
Frequency: weekly
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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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MONEY TALKS-Lets keep
1 0 it where we can speak with It
once in a while--Trade with
P E R C 0 P Y A your home town merchantal
F PI C0 y"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"

TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1963 NUMBER 37


Stone Reports To



County Commission


On Park Progress
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Army Releases

Park Lands

Jesse V. Stone, who has been
the "pusher" for the St. Joseph's
Spit state park project told the
County Board of Commissioners
Tuesday night that land for the
park had been released by the
Army and turned over to the Con-
gress for release to the General
Services Administration for sale to
the State of Florida for use as a
park.
Some 1500 to 1600 acres of land
will be available for state purchase
in 30 days, according to a telegram
from Congressman Bob Sikes.
All of the property desired for
park purposes was not released
by the Army, however. The five
mile tip of the peninsula was re-
tained'y the Army for use for
exercises. This property will be
available for joint use by the
state park, but no development
will be made of the area. Two
thirds of the property requested
for the park was released by the
Army.
After the land has been released
to the General Services Adminis-
tration, that agency will appraise
it and set a price to the state for
sale. Stone said that he had been
informed that the state would be
required to pay one half of the ap-
praised value and that indications
were that the "asking price" would
be in the neighborhood of $15,000
to $20,000.
In the same report, Stone said
that the State had allocated some
funds in its current budget for ac-
quisition of lands for the park site.
While the local delegation was
for an appropriation of $459,000
for acquisition of land and devel-
opment of the park, the Legisla-
ture provided only $100,000 to be
ear-marked for purchase of land
for the park.
Stone said that he had been in
conference with the Governor and
state park officials and was assur-
ed that though the money was ear-
marked for acquisition of lands, the
surplus, after purchase of the pro-
perty, could be used to start con-
struction of park facilities. With
supposition on the selling price of
the land, this would leave between
$80,000 to $85,000 to build park fa-
cilities,
Stone pointed out that develop-
ment money will come easier once
construction of the park is begun
and he feels confident that a size-
able allocation can be realized in
the next session of the Legislature.
Stone said that he felt the letter
writing campaign and the visit of
Gulf County people to the Legisla-
ture in behalf of the park project
was instrumental in getting this
much of the job done. He pointed
out that development of the park
is already two years ahead of the
normal course of events in such
matters, due largely to participa-
tion by local people.
Commissioner James McDaniel
spoke for the Commisison in com-
plimenting Stone on the way he
has handled the project and work-
ed for its realization.


Navy Officer Calls
For Better Educaftion
Lieutenant Commander Robert
Clemmons, of the Panama City Na-
vy Mines Countermeasures Station
spoke to the Kiwanis i~ ,.Tuesday
at their regular meeting. The Com-
mander, a former school '.teacher,
spoke on the parent's.-responsibili-
ties to the school system.
Cmdr. Clemmons pointed out
that education is becoming more
and more mandatory i6 holding a
job. "Even truck drives miist have
a high school educationfnow, with
some college education preferred".
The speaker reported that the
services are getting to where they
hesitate to take anyone into the
service without a high school edu-
cation. Even though the service has
a program which provide, facilities
for members to receiyevthejir high
school diploma, every ,.effort is
made to get applicants to complete
their high school ecduation before
enlisting.
The Commander said that many
drop-outs are because of crowded
or inadequate educational facilities
not providing the proper. learning
atmosphere. He reported tl'at 90%
of those dropping out ofi school
lack ambition or "drive" and" must
have "ideal" educational condi-
tions to encourage him to complete
his education. This is up to the par-
ents and adults of the community.
"If parents back tlie: school sys-
tem as a whole, the stildents will
reap large benefits", .(he speaker
said. .
Guests of the club were Rex Buz-
zett, Al Cathey and Wally Dodson
from the High School and George
Holland of Mexico Beach.


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A "GOOD" Rattlesnake!
Last Thursday, Hubert Harrison (shown pointing to the above
reptiles eight rattles and a button) ran upon this four and a half
foot long rattlesnake in the Apalachicola Northern Railroad freight
yards near the shop on First Street. -Harrison, being no lover of
snakes, alive or dead, dispatched this fellow to the nearest thing
to being a "good snake" with a stick. Harrison said the snake was
lying in a gopher hole enjoying the sunshine. Harrison also killed
a big rattler in about the same place about five years ago. He either
looks,harder for the reptiles than other railroad employees or the
snakes follow him around, as he has killed the biggest and the
most in recent years.
Holding up the snake is R. H. Elizey of the railroad traffic de-
partment. (Star photo)


In Gulf County, along the Gulf
Coast, there lies a vast expanse of
wet lands with water table too high
for profitable production of pine
timber, the county's principal en-
terprise.
In 1953, Henry Maige, Forester,
St. Joe Paper Co,, Port St. Joe, and
Gulf County Agricultural Exten-
sion Agent, Cuble R. Laird began a
field trial of using fertilizers for
aiding in pines production on the
wet lands near Port St. Joe. This
was done in an effort to increase
the production of pulpwood on
lands which naturally grows pine
trees very, very slowly.
From this project, in later years,
it appeared that the element phos-
phorus had produced a marked in-
crease in the growth of slash pine
trees, over a nine-year period.
Florida Agricultural Experiment
Station Soils Technologist, W. L.
Pritchett became interested in this
phenomenon through information
supplied to him by T. G. Herndon,
Farm Forester, Florida Agricultur-
al Extension Service. Maynard Lee-
tun, American Agricultural Chemi-
cal Company, Pierce, Florida also
became interested in these develop-


ments.


Mr. Maige burned native vegeta-
tion on a 7-acre plot of wet lands
between Port St. Joe and Wewa-
hitchka (at Cypress Creek, near
White City) and planted slash pine
in January 1962.
In May, 1962, Mr. Pritchett and
Mr. Leetun established a pines
phosphorus fertilization study on
the planted area, with A.A.C. Co.
furnishing the materials, equipment
and personnel and Florida Agricul-
tural Experiment Station establish-
ing the layout and the records keep-
ing system.
It is expected that, in a very
few years, data will be collected
from this experiment which will
reveal information as to the amount
of phosphorus necessary for profit-
able pines production in the area.
It would not be surprising to Coun-
ty Agent, Cubie Laird, if it is found
that a very small and economical
amount of this element will pro-
duce the desired pines growth. This
being the case, this information will
prove invaluable to the increased
development and expansion in this
Gulf Coast section of the state.
The results of this test are anx-
iously awaited and all are invited
to watch the growth of the trees


School Board Meeting
Postponed Until June 11
Thomas A. Owens, Superinten-
dent of Public Instruction, Gulf
County announced this week that
the regular meeting of the Board
of Public Instruction will be post-
poned for one week.
Owens said that the meeting
regularly scheduled for Tuesday,
June 4 will be held on Tuesday,
June 11. Owens stated that one
of the members of the Board will
be out of town on the regular
meeting date, and that the Board
desires a full representation of
members at their next meeting.

County Accepts Plat
The County Commission accept-
ed the plat of a subdivision Tues-
day night. The plat is located just
North of Wewahitchka bordering
Stone Mill Creek.
The subdivision, named Lake
Heights Subdivision, was presented
to the county by Mr. and Mrs. Ivey
Pope.

and learn of the treatments made
on this land.


County To Hire Architect




To Study County Jail Needs


Students Honored

Here During

Achievement Week
Governor Bryant has proclaimed
the week of May 27 as "Academic
Achievement Week".
The State Department of Educa-
tion in observance of this week has
recognized with letters of commen-
dation, ninth grade students who
made scores on the State-Wide Ap-
titude Tests in the 87th percentile
and above. Eight of our students
received these letters.
In a special assembly of ninth
graders on May 21, Leroy Bowdoin,
principal of the high school, award-
ed the following students with
these letters of commendation:
Pat White, Linda Graham, Robin
Downs, Jake Belin, Michelle An-
chors, Sherry White and Dennis
Dawson. Mark Rutland, a former
student, also received a letter
which will be sent to him.
Port St. Joe High School is very
happy to have such outstanding
students. We hope that such recog-
nition will be an incentive for them
to make further progress in their
high school careers.


Williams Places

Three Bills In

House Monday
. Rep. Ben C. Williams Introduced
three bills in the' house Monday of
this week.
One would repeal four popula-
tion acts for the county which Wil-
liams termed obsolete. The four
pertain to salaries of county offi-
cials. He said the salaries are in a
general bill passed this session.
Another bill would pay Mrs. Flor-
ine Pitts of Calhoun County $1,000
for medical expenses and loss of
wages following an alleged injury
at a vegetable stand in Tallahassee.
The bill blames the accident on
the State Road Department because
it failed to have the stand at which
Mrs. Pitts was injured removed
from public right-of-way.
A third bill would start unem-
ployment benefits on the day after
an employee was laid off or other-
wise became eligible for jobless
pay.
Williams said present law allows
the industrial commission to fix the
starting date and an industry can
shut down for 13 days without
workers getting unemployment pay.



Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Young
of Port St. Joe announce the birth
of a baby girl, Marlene Lisa on
May 22.
Mr. and Mrs. James Kelby Cham-
bers of East Point announce the
birth of a son, James Ross on
May 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Robert How-
ard of Port St. Joe announce the
birth of a daughter, Jenifer Robin
on May 21.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)


SENIORS GIVEN GRADUATION AWARDS


Fifty-four Port St. Joe High
School Seniors received their dip-
lomas Monday night, in impressive
ceremonies, conducted by the Sen-
iors themselves,
Johnny Chafin began the cere-
monies with the Invocation.
The six highest honor graduates
gave short address for the program
using the theme "Tribute To Lead-
ers".
Bill Fite used as his subject, "In
Government", and built his talk
on the life and history of the 31st
president of the United States, Her-
bert Hoover.
Buddy Kennington, dwelling on
the subject, "In Education" spoke
on the need of education beyond
high school and education as a pro-
fession.


Joel Barbee, using the subject
of "Science", used as his subject
the life and history of Werner Von
Braun, America's specialist in rock-
ets and the writer of several books
dwelling on space and rocketry.
Mazie Stbone used the subject of,
"In Business" and paid tribute to
two busiress"leaders in our nation;
J. C. Penny -and Charles Danford
of the Purina store chain.
Speaking on.. "Medicine" Jan
Rawls paid tribute to Dr. Oscar
Creech, Jr., a cancer specialist who
operated on George Y. Core, Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Gulf County.
Creech-is a graduate of the Tulane
University School of Medicine.
Mabel Stone was the last speaker
with the .subject, "In Religion".
She used as examples, three men


in religious work; Harriet Fidel,
an Episcopal missionary; Dr. Har-
din a Methodist minister and Tim-
othy Elder, a graduate of Port St.
Joe High School and a Presbyterian
minister in Quincy.
Other honor graduates were:
Johnny Chafin, Cheryl Christian,
Pat McCormick, Connie Munn, Bet-
tie Patterson and Linda Price.
Awards Given
Awards were given to the follow-
ing students:
Rotary Awards: Best All Around
Girl, Mazie Stone; Best All Around
Boy, Joel Barbee.
American Legion Awards: Out-
standing citizenship Awards to Bud-
dy Kennington and Mabel Stone;
Social Studies, Johnny Chafin; Eng-
lish, Jan Rawls and Science, Bill


Fite.
Gulf County Teachers Scholar-
ship Award, Mabel Stone.
Delta Chapter National Honor
Society Award of $100.00, Margar-
et Miller.
Eta Upsilon Chapter, $100.00
Award to Rosa Lee Keel.
Future Teachers Award, Peggy
Jo Young.
Annual Editor Award, Mabel
Stone.
Outstanding in Physical Educa-
tion, Lonnie Smith.
Outstanding in Band: Bill Fite,
Buddy Kennington, Harry Brew-
ton, Diane LeHardy.
Outstanding in Language Arts,
Jasper King.
The benediction was led by Linda
Price.


MAKE TRIP TO ARMY MANEUVERS
Last Thursday the Army took several of Gulf County's govern-
ment and civic leaders on a tour of its current maneuvers on Cape
San Bias aboard Army landing craft.
Leaving from the St. oe Paper Company docks on the trip Thurs-
day morning were, left to right, front row, Mrs. Dave Gaskin, Wewa-
hitchka; Mrs. Frank Hannon, Walter Dodson, of Port St. Joe; Mrs.
Elizabeth Thompson of Mexico Beach; Mrs. Bill Mosely and Anne
Mosely of Port St. Joe. Back row, left to right, Dave Gaskin of
Wewahitchka; Mrs. E. F. Gunn, Frank Hannon, B. Roy Gibson, Jr.,
E. F. Gunn, Tom Coldewey, Leo Kennedy and Sid Brown, all of Port
St. Joe. (U .S. Army Photo)


Fertilization of Pine Trees Proves Successful In Experiment

Carried Out By Paper Company and County Agent


Report From State Prison Board

Read To Commission Tuesday
Again Tuesday night, the subject
of the condition of the Gulf County
jail facilities came up for discus- The County has requested the
sion by the Board of County Corn- state division to make an inspection
missioners. The county has been of the jail and state specifically
notified by the Florida Division of what must be done to the old jail
Correction that the jail must be to make it acceptable.
renovated or a new structure be Tuesday night a report was avail
built, or the Division will prohibit able from this state division, after
the county to house prisoners in an inspection of the jail facilities.
the facility. The report said in part:
"The Gulf County jail is not ade-
a quate for the county's use, the fac-
New Ordinance ilities fail to provide spaceto han-
dle serious offenders, the jail
Will Go Into equipment is rusted and worn be-
yond economical repair, the plumb-
Effect June 8 ing and sanitary facilities are inad-
Effect June 8 equate to the point of being a
health hazard, the electrical system
City Clerk J. B. Williams no- is dangerous and the facilities for
tified The Star this week that the women and for juveniles are so in-
city's new comprehensive zoning adequate that they should not be
ordinance, passed last month, used."
will go into effect on June 6. The report stated. that in the
The ordinance provides for all opinion of the inspectors, it would
phases of construction through- cost in the neighborhood of $100,-
out the City of Port St. Joe regu- 000.00 to put the jail in acceptable
lating type and size of construc- condition, and even then, facilities
tion, as well as additions or re- would be inadequate.
modeling of homes, businesses The report recommended:
or industrial property. ". That the county secure a
Williams said that it would be separate location and construct a
a wise thing for anyone planning jail with facilities for 50 persons
to build, remodel or add to their to include white and colored men,
home or business to contact the white and colored women, white
City Hall before doing so, to see and colored male juveniles and
if proposed plans comply with white and colored female juveniles.
the new ordinance. We feel that this -ill meet Gulf
Williams said that the new or- County's jail needs tor the next 35
dinance would be policed 'and years. We would recommend that
those defying the ordinance this jail be so designed that it could
could be forced to remove what be added to if the need should
they have built contrary to the arise. We would further recom-
limitations of the ordinance, mend that this jail be so designed
The ordinance has set out dif- that it could be added to if the
ferent portions of the city for need should arise. We would fur-
different types of dwellings, busi- their recommend that in the new
ness property and industrial pro- jail you include adequate facilities
perty, and serves to protect citi- for the entire operation of the
zens living in any of the areas Sheriff's office."
from having their particular sec- Immediate Action Decided
tion downgraded with structures After a considerable amount of
not up to specifications of the discussion among the Commission
ordinance, concerning the language of the re-
S___ port, the Board finally decided to
County Farmer Producing first ascertain if they would repair
the old jail or build a new one.
Record Corn Crops In face of the estimated cost of
By CUBIE LAIRD repairs to the old jail, it was felt
County Agont a new one could be built just as
James F. Rish, Jr., certainly does economical due to the fact that fed-
have about 50 acres of some of eral-matching funds are available
the finest Dixie 18 corn I have ever for such construction.
seen in Florida. Part of it is on his Commissioner McDaniel then
Wewahitchka farm near the South moved that the Board negotiate a
Wewahitchka city limits about one contract with Norman P. Gross,
quarter mile East of Highway 71. Architect of Panama City to give
The balance of it is on his father's them some cost figures for reno-
farm near the Apalachicola River vating the present jail and con-
on the Kentucky Landing Road. struction of a new jail. Gross would
The prospects are good for his pro- be charged with the responsibility
during a bumper crop. of exploring the possibility of fed-
Mr. Rish fertilizes his corn with eral funds available for a new jail.
800 pounds of 4-12-12 per acre at The Board will meet with Gross
planting and sidedresses with 200 at 7:30 p.m. (Port St. Joe time) in
pounds ammonium nitrate per acre the Courthouse to discuss these
and spaces his plants closely, matters with him.








S dundayS c ool HE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. I
Sunday School THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1963
Class Meets of thoughtfulness and kindness
that different members have ex-
The "Busy Bee" Ladies Sunday pressed.
School Class of the Pentecostal Hol- Mrs. DuBose gave a brief talk
iness Church met Monday night on "Love and Fellowship" toward
in the home of Mrs. Grace Orrell. each other.
The meeting was brought to order The meeting was adjourned with
with Mrs. Orrell reading the 23rd a prayer of dedication for each in-
Psalm of the tender and constant dividual member by Mrs. Sadie
care of God. Mrs. Belle DuBose led Presley.
in prayer. Those present were Mrs. Leona
Mrs. Marie Wynn, class presi- Stoutamire, Mrs. Grace Orrell, Mrs,
dent, called each officer for their Sadie Presley, Mrs. Marie Wynn,
dent, called each officer for theiMrs. Daisy Burns, Mrs. Dorothea
monthly report. Mrs. Dorothea Gen- try and Mrs. Belle DuBose. Re-
try, flower chairman, gave her re- freshments were served by Mrs,
port on the cards and flowers that Grace Orrell, servocial chairmnby Mrs,
have been sent out on different oc- Grace Orrell, social chairman,
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Pictured ,above is Brownie Troop
Play To Benefit 7. These Brownies have had a busy
and happy year. The leaders, Mrs.
Cancer Drive W. J. Herring and Mrs. Cecil Lyons
closed the year with a beach party.
The American Cancer Society The Brownies spent last Saturday
on the beach and had lunch in
Crusade Volunteers of Bay County on the beach and had lunch in
Crusade Volunteers of Bay County Mrs. Lyon's cottage. The members
will present a repeat performance of Troop 7 are:
of the Wizard of Oz at the City Susan Trammell, Jennifer Smith,
Auditorium in Panama City on JI o Hobbs, Linda McNeal, Linda Mc-
Tuesday, June 4, at 8:00 p.m. Cen- Cullough, Sarah Clair Herring, Ca-
tral Daylight Saving Time (8:00'therine Lyons, Pat Jones, Martha


Historical Society
Seeks Artifacts
Anyone having any knowledge
whatsoever of any ancient artifacts
or relics having been found at any
place within the bounds of this
area, i.e., from Palm Point (on
Highway 98) to Beacon Hill Beach,
or Yellow Bluff, (as it was formerly
known), please contact any mem-
ber of the Gulf County Historical
Commission.
The engineers and workmen who
excavated to build the Gulf Scenic
Highway in the early 20's, mid 30's
and in more recent years of work
on this particular roadbed would
more than likely be able to furnish
us with valuable and needed infor-
mation.
Mrs. Ned S. Porter, Chairman
Gulf County Historical Com.


The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi was pleased to have two
of their members, Mrs. David Jones
and Mrs. Edwin Peters, honored
Thursday night, May 23, by having
the Exemplar Degree bestowed up-
on them. Also receiving this degree
was Mrs. Norman Gamso of Pan-
ama City.
The ceremony was held in the
Dixie Sherman Hotel in Panama
City.


p.m., EST). Griffin, Mitzi Hendrix, Lee Anna The officiants of the ceremony
For the tenth consecutive year Hardy and Ruth Fleming. were Mrs. Florrestine Cooper of
a benefit production will be staged Panama City. Mrs. Cooper has
by volunteer artists, musicians, car- Accepts Position In Georgia been an active member of Beta
centers, and stagehands. It will be Jim Mapes tof Mexico Beach Sigma Phi for 27 years. It was an
produced and directed by Dr. John will soon move to Columbus, Ga., honor to have her perform this
Sweet and performed by students to .become a director of the Elec- ceremony. Assisting Mrs. Cooper
of the Virginia Sweet School of tronic Corporation of America, a was Mrs. Hubert T. Etheridge, Sr.,
Dance. new firm just beginning operations vice-president of the Exemplar
This production is being repeat- in that Georgia city. Chapter in Panama City.
ed by popular demand so that those The firm will manufacture a Members of the Exemplar Chap-
who were unable to attend the first portable public address system ter also participated in the cere-
performance will now have a known as a "PortAddress" and a mony.
chance to do so. marine light aimed for a market
among the world's commercial fish- TO SPEND SUMMER HERE
Everyone is invited to help fight ermen. The marine light was de-
cancer by attending the benefit per- signed by Mapes. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Kenneth Hurl-
formance of the Wizard of Oz. Tick- Mapes is now affiliated with the but, Jr., will spend the summer in
ets are $1.00 for adults and 50c for Michigan Chemical Corporation of Port St. Joe. They will make their
children. Port St. Joe. home here at 226 Eighth Street.


Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Stoutamire
of Tallahassee announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Miss
Kayleen Stoutamire, to James
Max Kilbourn, Pascagoula, Miss.
Miss Stoutamire is the niece of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dykes, Chatta-
hoochee. She is a graduate of
Chattahoochee High School and
the Florida State Hospital School
of Nursing. Formerly employed
in Pensacola, the bride-elect is
on the nursing staff of the Flor-
ida State Hospital.
Her fiance is the son of Mr.


and Mrs. James P. Kilbourn of
Port St. Joe, and the cousin of
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Wood, Pas-
cagoula. He attended Gordon Mil-
itary Academy in Barnesville,
Ga., and was graduated from
Pascagoula High School. Kil-
bourn served two years in the U.
S. Army and is employed by Mis-
sissippi Menhaden Products in
Pascagoula.
The wedding is planned for
July 7, 5:00 p.m., in the St.
Mark's Episcopal Church, Chat-
tahoochee.


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minutes of The as a District School Trustee replac- Johnson, Mary Lee Pittman, Stan- i require such person to show cause law to the principal and other re- THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. Gulf Timberlands Company
ing Jeanette Antley, resigned. ley P. Farmer, Sidney Hughes, in writing why such obligation or sponsible instructional personnel THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1963
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD The Board gareed to pay the ex-' Stella Norris, Grace Gay, Mayella obligations have not been paid; pro- in said school; -- Draining Forest Property
COUNTY SCHO L L AB penses for lunchroom workers at- Gant, Carl Deese, Clarence F. viaed, further that in the event' NOW, THEREFORE be it resolv-
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA tending a lunchroom workshop be-. Whitfield, Pauline Gay, Maymie such person fails to show good and ed by the Board of Public Instruc- C. E. BOYER,
Ma 7, 1963 ing held in Apalachicola during the Bennett and Ola Hodrick. suticicnt cause for the failure to tion of Gulf County, Florida as fol- Chairman During recent months, Gulf Tim-
The Board of Public Instruction, month of July. Lunchroom Workers oay his just debts and obligations, lows: ATTEST: berland Co., has been building ex-
Gulf County, Florida, met in regu The Board accepted the resigna- Pearl Whitfield, Lou Addie Eak- he or she shall be subject to dis- (1) That this Board has complete Thomas A. Owens, Secretary tensive drainage systems on their
lar session on the above date with tion of Mrs. Lola G. Hanlon, as the er, Mrs. H. G. Harvey, Anna Bandy missal or suspension under the pro- confidence in its principals and in- There being no further business
the following members present and lunchroom manager for the \vewa- Adams, Evelyn S. Williams, Estelle vision of Sec. 230.23, Sub-Sec. b(h), structional personnel in said school at this time the Board adjourned wet Gulf County timberland hold-
acting: C. E. Boyer, Chairman; Car- hitchka High School with regret. Miller, Margaret Smith, Mrs. L. C. Florida Statutes, 1961. I and in their ability to perform to meet again in regular session on ings and also establishing modern
ter Ward, Joe Ferrell, William Roe- We hope that Mrs. Hanlon will en- Joines, Edna Alford, Egnes Cumbie, RESOLUTION !their respective duties and main- June 4, 1963. and revolutionary site preparation
mer, Sr., and Kenneth Whitfield, joy her retirement after twenty Caurie Griffin, Willie G. Sealey, WHEREAS, This Board is aware tain proper order and control over LIST OF EXPENDITURES FOR practices for their pine trees plant-
members. (29) years as manager of the lunch- Idell Ray, Opal R. Owens and Ola of certain dissensions in the Port their pupils, and insists that such
The Superintendent was present room. Clemmons. St. Joe High School which have re- authority be exerted; THE MONTH OF MAY 1963 ing operations, which incorporates
and acting. Upon the recommendation of the Maintenance suited in defiance of authority and (2) That the principal be, and he GENERAL FUND new and improved seeding meth-
Minutes of the preceding meet- superintendent the Board re-ap- Warren G. Whitfield reprehensible conduct on the part is hereby, instructed to immediate- ods.
ings were read and adopted as read. pointed all non-instructional per- Moved by Ward seconded by Fer- of some pupils; and ly take such measures as he may Mrs. E. J Land, In lieu of flowers ods.Many miles of trunk canals and
The Financial Statement for the sonnel for the 1963-64 school year rell that the following Resolution WHEREAS, This Board considers consider necessary and proper to for funeral---------$1500 Many miles of trunk canals an
month of April was examined and as follows: be adopted as a policy of the Board. that the principal and instructional restore the efficient operation of Vennie Mae Byrd, Sub. work -6.00 surface drainage ditches have been
month of ApriSchool Secretaries All voted yes. personnel of the Port St. Joe High this school; Coleman Grifin, Labor 20.00 built. New equipment has been
The Nurses' and Sanitarian's re- Mrs. Mildred Maddox, Mrs. El- RESOLVED, That any member School are among the finest in their (3) That each of the instructional S. J. Taylor, Labor104.40 built and used for preparing the
ports were read and ordered filed. wyn Blount, Mrs Lorraine Arm- of the instructional staff, including profession in the State of Florida, personnel shall be responsible to J. H. McCardle, Sub. Janitor andinclinf a bidding low
Several of the Principals request- strong and Sarah Mincey. ary principal, whether under a con- fully capable of performing their the principal for the cQntrol of the work 18.00 land, including a bedding plow
ed the Board to try, and get the School Bus Drivers tinuing contractor not, who incurs duties and exerting the necessary pupils and other duties which he Wewahitchka High School, coupled with a suitable tractor. A
County Commissioners to haul clay John E. Land, John H. McArdle, obligations for the payment of mon- authority for the control of the may assign to them to keep good reimburse on magazines 110.21 beet planter is being used for
to the Port St. Joe Elementary, Marie Sreamer, William J. Davis, ey and fails or neglects to pay any pupils; and order in this school. Hugh H. Semmes, Sub. bus planting pine seeds on the beds
Highland View Elementary and Otis Davis, Eleanor Sue Booth, just obligations after a reasonable WHEREAS, This Board will not THIS RESOLUTION ADOPTED driving ,39.00 made b th new s low In the bro
George Washington Schools. The Jeanette Antley, Rolan B. Hardy, period of time after the same be- tolerate any further defiance of at a regular meeting of the School Bernard Steward, 18.00 made by the new plow. In the pro-
Board agreed to contact the Coun- Jack Sheffield, Albert J. Pitts, comes due and payable, shall be authority, disobedience or miscon- Board held at the County Court- Emma Kennedy, Sub. work 6.00 cess of draining, clearing, stump-
ty Commissioners and request the Janes Gautier and Dan Bolden. guilty of personal misconduct, and duct inimical to the efficient oper- house, Wewahitchka, Florida, on MR&R, Frt. 53.11 ing and preparing the sites for the
stmse. Custodians when such refusal or neglect come ation of the school and entrusts the 7th day of May, A. D. 1963. Fla. Power Corp., Electric tree planting operations, several
Moved by Whitfield seconded by Gordon Alford, Clifford Stripling, to the attention of the Board of the enforcement of all rules and Board of Public Instruction energy for PSJ schools 1,334.75 plows, tractors and other
Roemer to appoint Mrs. Jack Prince Price Gay, J. L. Maddox, Wava Public Instruction, the Board shall regulations and other applicable of Gulf County, Florida. Wall Elec. Co., Sup.7.50 types of plows, tractors and other
Chemo Inc., Sup.-.--------290.00 equipment have been tried and
Western Auto, Sup. --------2.74 the officials of this company are
City of Port St. Joe, Water 126.60 finding more and improved ways



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Standard Oil Co., Sup.. 996.54 operation, is very progressive and
TENNIS LUGGAGE TRAINING ATH COTTON n Co., Sup. 9.40 his aim is to develop more econ-
Bildwel Supply Co., Sup .. 4582 comical methods for use in this gi-

OXFORDS SETS PANTS TOWELS FABRICS AC. Littleton, Serve. & Sup. 367.03
XF R PANTSj T OWE L S *B Pest Control Serv. 40.00 From this very worthwhile and
E. 66"I REG. Gulf Coast Elec. Coop., Electric much appreciated development, an-
REG. | b BE 49c & PER Whatlenergy for ewrat sch.-Se324.97 swers are being provided to some
1 Q99 12.88 HOJI 59c INCH and supplies---------35.00 of the important questions as to
Beaman Plumbing Serv., Services the best ways to render many
16" Vanity; 21" Overnite Reg. 49c Hand Towels, 36c and supplies 30.00 thousands of acres of timberland
t u r d y canvas uppers and 26" Pullman. Scuff- eg. 25c Wash Cloths 17e Beautiful drip-dry cottons Wewa Rexall Drugs, Sup. .... 2.36 more productive. This company and
Our best selling towel at and 80-square prints in Fred J. Hunter, Dist F. E Sig. Oerti veand
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i e e I. Cushioned insole. Modern design locks; sat- ale crotch. Covered elastic or colorful checks. Large a large variety of new plate for C. E. Boyer .. 41.00 its officials are to be highly com-
Complete size range, in lined, vwaist band. Sizes 0 to 6. 22x44-in. designs and colors. Jeff Plair, Repairs ------ 35.00 mended for their worthwhile pion-
TENNISLUGGAGET R I N ___ __________________ Wiley's Supply Co., Sup. 187.20 peering movement here.
AIDn n.Cst. Joe Lumber Co., Sup. __ 84.11

West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co.,
S....- Supplies 180.74 WHITFIELD FAMILY
Smith's Sundries, Sup. 10.52 REUNION SCHEDULED
RPort St. Joe Elem. School, The annual Whitfield family re-
SRefund for postage, etc. 11.54 union will be held on June 9 be-
\9 Breeze Pub. Co., Prtg. 31.40 ginning at 10:00 a.m. at the Com-
aA, ,St. Joe Auto Parts, Sup. 8.76
WhatPlayer Motor Co., Sup. 1005 unity Building in Wewahitchka.
c S b 5 Keenan Welding Sup. Sup. 1.20 All friends and relatives are urg-
SJ&J Fence Co., Fence __- 501.80 ed to attend. Be prepared for some
-, -.- -. yWewa Water Co., Water 33.26 good entertainment. Bring a basket
f SSt. Joe Tel. & Tel., Serv. 179.94
...': ";..f Fla. State University Audio lunch.
Supplies 2.15
Gulf Oil Corp., Sup. 364.47
I I V\ a B d r c \Thames Jewelers, Stop-watch
-a-irepaJH 10.00 SW ARD5.auMINGS
SH. A. Bateman, Repairs ___ 4.50 ARM INGw
.FREE oH. E. Richards, Refund on
expenses for trip .... 22.50 -
RA.II O NS ..'PItAlvin McGlon's Serv. Gar.,
.w services and supplies -- 82.93

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G. C. Dykes, ....... 117.96
County Minutes James G. McDaniel, ........ 114.50 L. F. Seller, ......... 147.88
IWalter M. Graham, ...... 114.50 Director Int. Rev., WH Tax ...... 28.40
GraceDunlap, .... .. 10.00 Mrs. C. G. Rish, ........ 88.62 Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire .... 19.37
GrC.ace. Davis, ............. 15.00' David C. Gaskin, ........ 155.00 Gulf County SS Acct., Soc. Sec. .... 17.55
Minnie Paul, ............ 1.00 Max W. Kilbourn, ........ 70.60 Colonial Life & Acci. Ins., Ins ...... 9.00
Druinnie Paul, ... ............ 15.00 Elmer Nunery, .......... 112.79 American Family Life Ins., Ins ..... 0.00
Mrs. 0. V. Scully, .......** 15.00 George Y. Core, ........... 854.16 FINE & FORFEITURE FUND
Mrs. H. Jones, ........ 12.00 Sam P. Husband, .. ........ 50.00 Sheriff's Requisition .......... 4,138.00
Ethel English, ". 16.00 W. L. Fitpatrick, .......... 8.70 Sam P Husband, Salary ........ 858.33
Ethel English, ............. 15.00 Robert L. Mcrary, Jr., .... 8.70 Silas R. Stone, Salary .......... 313.33
Cuthie Batson, ............ 15.00 Joseph W. Bailey, .......... 8.70 Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire ...... 20.00
Kate GlW. Sapss ..............15.00 J. J. Hill, ............... 81.57 George Y. Core, Recording ........ 14.75
Mary Lee Boone, .......... 10.00 Cubie R. Laird, .......... 178.00 Marianna Office Sapply Co., Sup ... 5.96
Emma Daleye Boone, ............15.00 Rosselle Gaskin, .. ........ 36.25 Whatley Typewriter Co., Repairs .. 17 50
Edna Daniels, ............ 15.00 Margaret B. Core, ......... 35.25 Bowen Supply Co., Office Sup ....... 17.21
Mae Creamer, .... 15.00 Director Int. Rev., WH Tax ....... 83.10 Gulf County Ins. Co., Bonds .... 100.00
Donnie Mae Faison, 15.00 Gulf County SS Acet., SS ........12.69 Game & Fresh Water Fish Com., Cof. 54.30
Mary Clark, ............15.00 Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire ....72.50
Maudie Bell Adams, 10.00 Peninsular Life Ins. Co., Ins. .... 22.46
Inez Chambers,. ,............ 10.00 Colonial Life & Acci., Ins..........9.00
B. A Roberts, ............ 15.00 America Family Life, Ins........12.00
Ozie Thoipas, ............ 15.00 S. T. Morris, Salary............. 113.87 I K
Mrs. Charlie Price, 15.00 James H. Thomas, ', ........114.87
Nora Mae Conley, .15.00 .. E. Daniell.. ............ 1 78.18
olande Strange, 15.00 Pauline W. Sower, 22. 00 1, _ML .
H. F. Wimbery, 12.00 Direftor Int. Rev., WH Tax ...... 43.70

Ethelene B. Jones, ........ 15.00 Gulf County GrAcctves, Jr., Soc. Sec .. 137.8 03
Pinkie Mae Myers, .... 15.00 Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire ....... 19:91
A. J. Strickland, Salary ..114.50 Colonia Life Ins. Co., ins...........3.00
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As part of implementing its pro-
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tional honorary society for women
educators, will be expanded to form
two chapters in this area. Jackson,
Walshington and Holmes counties
will comprise a chapter area and
Gulf, Calhoun and Bay counties
will make up the other. The plan
was adopted at a luncheon meeting
of the chapter Saturday at the va-
cation residence of Mrs. Lois Mus.
grove near Wewahitchka.
Mrs. Nellie Laird of Lynn Ha-
ven, elementary teacher, was guest
speaker for the occasion. Using as
her topic, "Strengthening Respect
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try as three requisited for personal
development.
The Society ,since its inception
in 1929, has sought to inspire and
challenge dedicated teachers for
service and leadership. A chapter
may be composed of no more than
ten per cent of the white female
educators in the area. Phi Chapter
now has 72 active members and be-
cause it is felt there are many de-
serving, prospective members in


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this area a new Chapter will be
created through geographical divi-
sion.
Gulf county members of this so-
ciety are: Mrs. Edith Stone, Mrs.
Jacqueline Price, Mrs. Katherine
Ivey and Mrs. Lila S. Brouillette.
The DKG pin, a badge of honor,
is also a symbol of service and re-
sponsibility. To accept membership,
if one is considered eligible, a
teacher must be willing to give of
herself and her time to promote
a program designed to unite and
challenge women for greater ser-
vice in their local, state, national
and foreign areas. This year DKG's
in 43 states gave 453 grants-in-aid
to capable young women preparing
to teach and 123 scholarships to
members for graduate study and re-
search. Delta Kappa Gamma mem-
bers head the National Teachers
Organization as well as many state
and international education groups.
They are outstanding in their own
communities, many having been
chosen as women of the year.
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JAMES EDWARD SMITH
TO GRADUATE FROM AUBURN
AUBURN-Among 580 receiving
degrees at Auburn University dur-
ing commencement exercises June
4 at 5:00 p.m. in Cliff Hare Sta-
dium will be James Edward Smith,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Robert
Smith of Port St. Joe. He will grad-
uate from the School of Pharmacy
and receive a Bachelor of Science
in Pharmacy.


.awn Party County Students

donors Seniors Visit Capital
Pictured above are all the Jun-
A lawn party honoring the 63 iors and Seniors of Port St. Joe
niors was given at the home of and Wewahitchka High Schools
r. and Mrs. Grady Keels on May as they posed on the Capitol
Hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Building steps in Tallahassee.
*ady Keels, Mr. and Mrs. Gene n salasel
rady Keels, Mr. and Mrs. Gene The students visited the Capitol
cCormick, r. and rs. J. L. Sims, to sit in on sessions of the Legis-
T. and Mrs. Buck Groiss o and Mr. of te L
r. and Mrs. Buck Griffin and Mr. lature. Pictured with the students
ld Mrs. Herman Barbee and Mr.
d Mrs. Herman Barbee and Mr. and their hosts for the day are
d Mrs. Julian Wiley. Guli County Representative Ben
Hamburgers, potato chips, relish, C. Williams and Senator Luther
inch and cake were served to C. Williams and Senator Luther
ose present. Tucker.
Seniors attending were: Jimmy Attend Graduation
ms, Barbara Whitfield, Gail An- C. B. Cook, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. W.
rson, Peggy Jo Young, Mazie CB. Howard and Mrs. Noah Cook of
one, Katy Rhames, Lila Dockery, Carrabelle, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
laron Robertson, Mabel Stone, Pope, Panama City and Mr. and
ene McCormick, Sandy Mullinax, Mrs. C. B. Cook from Pensacola
at McCormick, Kenneth Evans, attended graduation services Mon
osa Lee Keel, Cheryl Christian, day night when their niece and
m Johnson, Joel Barbee, Gayle grday nidaughter, Lila Dockery, grad.
griffin, Dianne James, Bobby Her- granddaughter, Lila Dockery, grad
hel Wiley, Clifford Wimberly, uated.
>hnny Chafin, Larry Griner, Ralph
liott, Robert Settlemire, Earl MRS. KENNETH HURLBUT TO
ddiens, Nellie Clark, Bill Fite, GRADUATE FROM U. of ALA.
ayddiens, Nellie Childelark, Bill FiteDodson, Graduation exercises will be held
arnie Buzzett, Katherine Duren, at the University of Alabama, Sun-
rold Keels, Bett Katherine DuPatterson day, June 2. Mrs. Miles Kenneth
irold Keels, Betty ane Patterson Hurlbut, Jr., will receive her Bache-
4r lor of Science degree in Business
Administration at the exercises to
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TH- sitA.. Port St. Joe, Pla. NOW, THEREFORE be it resolI- iod July 1, 1962, to March 31, 1963. the County has found power l
S THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1963 ed that the Board of County Corn- The Honorable W. L. Fitzpatrick in such positions that they ha
THURSDAY, MAY 30, missioners of Gulf County pay the appeared before the Board and be relocated to allow for pa
Burford Equipment Company $8,- discussed the jail problem as to its and maintenance. After discus
Minutes Of the 222.00 as full and total payment state of repairs and asked if the the Board instructed its Engi
County Commission for the equipment mentioned above Board has heard or received any and Attorney to consider this p
from Capital Outlay Reserve funds, recommendations from the State lem and present their recom:
and Prison Department since the last dations as to requirements in
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA Be it further resolved that the meeting of this Board. The Judge matter at the meeting of Junr
May 14, 1963 Road anid Bridge Fund pay the was informed that four members Commissioner Player infoi
The Board of County Commis- Capital Outlay Reserve fund on or of the State Prison Department the Board that the Civil DeI
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, before January 20, 1964, the sum have made all day inspections of Director has requested that h
met this date in regular session of $8,622.00 representing the the Jail: that this Board was in- allowed to employ office help i
with the following members pres- amount due for the said equipment formed that a report and recom- $100.00 per month from his op
ent: A. J. Strickland, Chairman, on said date. (End) mendation would be received in ing fund to pay said help. i
Leo Kennedy, James G. McDaniel, The Clerk read a letter from time to be considered at this meet- discussion, there was a motio:
Walter Graham and S. C. Player. the Peninsular Life Insurance ing, but that the report has not Commissioner McDaniel, seco
The Clerk, Sheriff, MAttorney toa Company informing the Board and been received. The Judge then told by Commissioner Graham and
Superintendent, Mosquito Civiontl De- its employees that effective June the Board that the firm of Charles carried, that the Civil Defense
ense Director, Enginewere alsndo presen.Civil 15, 1963, the group insurance pre- H. McCauley Associates, Architects, apartment be authorized to err
Thfense Director werame also present. mums will be increased as fol- Birmingham, Alabama, has a free one person for not more than
The meeting came to ordered the lows: service to Counties that are con- per month.
9:00 am. The Clerk opened the sidering jail repairs, inasmuch as
meeting with prayer, Class I from $4.06 to $7.37. this firm will make a complete sur- The Chairman informed
The Clerk introduced Harrell Class I-I from $11.23 to $19.01. vey of the present facilities and Board that Mr. R. L. Tull has :
Holloway, Instructor and his 43 The Board received a letter then make a report as to what the tofore given the County two sti
ninth grade civics students of the from Stella Land and Thmber CAO- County needs to comply with the in Jones Homestead; that
Wewahitchka High School. This portion, granting permission to Prison requirements; this service streets ought to be constructed
group was welcomed and then Gulf County to take top soil from will not obligate the county in any soon as posisble. In a discuE
briefed on the agenda to be con- its lands in Gulf County to be used respect, except to allow this firm that followed, the Board decidE
sidered at this meeting. on the Sauls' Creek road. to bid on any project that may construct the two streets ant
The Minutes of April 9 and 23 The Florida Power Corporation come out of the survey and recom- structed the Florida Enginee
were read, corrected, approved and presented a right of wy aygreement mnpdatio%, In a qicusaign that fol- Associates to locate said street
adopted, between said corporation and Gulf 10 w- e- Ceomiwloner McDaniel Max W. Kilbourn told the E
Whereupon, the following reso- County for a 50 foot wide ease- suggested to wait on the recom- that he has heretofore repress
lution was offered by Commission- ment through the transmission line mendation from the Prison Depart- the Commissioners at the G
er Graham, seconded by Commis- right-of-way in the SW1% of NW% ment before requesting the Bir- nor's cold war meetings th
sioner Kennedy and adopted( Com. of SWY4, Section 30, Township 7 mingham firm to give us its recom- neors coldwar meetings; tha
McDaniel voting against the reso- Sonuth, Range 10 West. The Board mendations. The Judge then told next meeting will be held in
lution, to-wit: accepted this easement and order- the Board that he had a very strong paed i the Boad wanted him antod
RESOLUTION ed it reQor4ed (Q, R. Book 17, feeling as to the welfare pf a per ifnue attending these meeting
WHEREAS, the Board of County page 848.) that s o e in
thea ter discussion, Mr. Kilbourn
Commissioners of Gulf County, The City of Wewahitchka pre. titisahis duty to see that the d n
Florida, on March 26, 1963, pur- sented a resolution requesting the jail facilities are adequate; that it auMr Kilboedtourn ttend said entered
chased for its Road Department a County to surface with soil-cement is the duty of the Board of Coun- Mr. Kilboun w then entered
Temp Model SP-312 Self-propelled the following named roads: ty Commissioners to furnish these iscusion withreference t(
Roller, Serial No. C-6093D from the 1. Land road known as Transfer facglitieg, Whereupon, upon motion o cement road construction
Burford Equipment Company for Road. by Comissioner Kennedy, second- his s the Board that he is conti and e
the sum of $8,622.00 payable on or 2. A street commonly known as ed by Commissioner Player and hmsstudy ine nation and e
before January 20, 1964, from the Dairy Road. unanimously carried, the Clerk was hents in the soil-cement pro
County Road and Bridge budget, After consideration, the Board instructed to write to Charles H. he presented a sample of so
and directed Commissioner McDaniel McCauley Associates and- invite ment with 3% cement and
WHEREAS, the County now has to contact the City and request a said firm to give this Board writ- that the 3% mixture is prol
surplus funds in its capital outlay corrected resolution that will pro- ten recommendations as to our strong enough to use on mo:
reserve fund that may be used to vide that the City will pay for the requirements, with suggestions as our county roads; that we are
pay for said equipment, and work herein requested. to any State or Federal Aid that using 8% cement in the pr
WHEREAS, the Burford Equip- The Florida Board of Forestry may be gyav e. oil-cemrent projects. He said he
ment Company wil accept $8,222. filed its semiannual report of ae- trying to find the best and che
as -full payment for said equip- tivities of the Gulf-Bay Coopera- Commissioner Graham informed way to build roads in Gulf Co
ment, providing payment is made tive Forest Management Project. the Board that a problem exists he commended Lloyd Whitfiel
on or before May 13, 1963; and The same was ordered filed, between the County and the Flor- the very fine soil-cement road
WHEREAS, the Board being ad- The Farm Agent and Road De- ida Power Corporation and Gulf has recently completed.
vised that this payment is legal apartment filed monthly reports for Coast Electric Cooperative as to a The Mosquito Control Super
and good business to accept the April. set policy concerning power pole reported that the maintenance
$400.00 discount on the original The Service Officer made a re- locations on County right-of-way; his dragline was progressing
purchase price of $8,622.00. I port on his activities for the per- that in recent road construction that the mosquito fogging pro
.---..... would begin May 16.
The Chairman urged each
ber to attend a public meetir
be held at the Florida Power
A STATEMENTpany in Port St. Joe tonig
make plans to send a commit
A STATEMENT FROM W. H. FLOWERAk the Legislature on May 15 in
Section with securing funds
the Park project on St. Jos
PRESIDENT,FLOWERS BAKING CO. Allpayrolls for Aprilwer
proved and ratified as paid.
SThe April bills were prese
examined, approved and orn
_____ ....___paid.
There being no further busi
the meeting did then adjour:
ATTEST:
.George Y. Core A. J. Strict]
10 iC. ;Clerk Chai
Jg.ers1?ai n ROAD & BRIDGE FUND
S. "'*'< "' ,WS Wf. Pate's Service Center, Tires, recaps .
( X .AM SA, Bay Machine & Welding, Sup. .
OF O.k t Calloway Bros. Sup. Co., Bearing .
o 1 10OMA5YE. t Kar Products, Inc., Sup. ........
O CE BAWE Panama Mach. & Sup. Co., Sup. ....
Fla. Gravel Co., Gravel ..........
I St. Joe Hdwe. Co., Cement & sup. 5,E
Burford Equip. Co., Sup. ..........
St. Joe Auto Parts, Sup ..........
Lloyd Whitfield, Reimburse ......
': ." ^ ,. Wewa Water Co., Utilities .........
Gulf Coast Coop., Utilities ........
#M 10 6 Ducor Supply, Sup..............
$t .. ..- Pridgeon Bldg. Sup., Wire mesh
i S^1 Mi.i *-* and cement ............... 2
7^ o, oD9W*r l* McGlon's Amoco Serv., Hose ......
to We Opp ortunithy M. B. Davis, Reimbursement ......
*1o48GI 1 3"tductsXdrS tth pas VW ; Seaco Elec. Sup., Sup. ..........
1 t o ..g t i Holley, Inc., Tools ..............
ch O I- aR Remsco, Inc., Repairs ............
l ea"e'nofte .UV a e tlB th Quinn wire & Iron Works, Sup. ..
Sm ounf.pted to 1.74%. e S1" ,bakSry, products Alvin McGlon Serv. Oar., Sup. ......
so y Swil k"that the beat in l at a Vt Cl Charles Oleckley, Sup. ............
IoU 0r Ld* Sluay 9 Abtll1s *] b West Fla. Equip. Co., Winch ......
S Panafa Generator Co., Sup .......
Op fri.ce O g%8 44 ijtatre -- Ray-Brooks Mach. Co., Sup. ......
Sumi t l=I M Blalock Mach. & Equip Co., Mufflers
B" an -ta gpro fi ts X= as hital as 50% H. M. Mcclamma, Tubing. ..........
s Obi ai rnacturisu i u ~ St. Joe Motor Co., Parts ........
MH coets and W L vn W. flO Goodyear Serv. Stores, Tube ......
We hope this 7a t a sales after taxe-s, t si Hawkins Auto Wrecking Co., Engine 2
acomanly tomat least 5% on am awlard atele t t alt osp- Calloway Sand Co., Sand..........
rofi t we feel, is neCessary to e todsho:LdewA Mullins Auto Mach. Shop, Parts ....
-v in'ZVAY for plant an dequient-'" mr* Hurston Motor Co., PaParts ........
leave i eservos or r se^ncigeos a iPA o 1"e Western Auto Assoc. Store, Parts .
J. D. Atwell, Labor..............
e that the (ovrn --yet** lent 1 City Radiator Co., Repairs........
~ te t at f1.74%olef ttorcot a t Wewa Edwe. Co., Rent, Coastal, Inc .
took 1.99 or oa hlolder Wewa Hdwe Co., Supplies ...... 9
at t s a'S ad for our,. o Old. .Jesse L. Burkett, Channel iron .... I
Part of this e St Joseph Tel. & Tel., Utilities ....
Va grefu:- .o a Econoy twherey To ba e l Keenan Welding Sup. Co., Sup.... .
and live under a .ree E.terpril o es ba Standard Oil Co., Pet. Prod.
*j' oi. e of thou*ht acn wll a r *W6 Ia-ke--Standard Oil Co., Pet. Prod .......
choiOf thoht, action, a w Breeze Pub. Co., Office Supplies ....
i t-tt waTr* MR&R Truck Co., Frt. ............
t W Fla. Eng. Assoc., Inc., Serv ..... 1,(
Lloyd Whitfield, Salary ........ .
Perry S. Holley, Salary .......... ]
James F. Whitfield, Salary ......
Alvie Kemp, Salary.............
V. tl*W9 L. D. Hughes, Salary ..........
/h o \ J. A. Hall, Salary .............. .
Henry A. Bateman, Salary ........ I
Donald J. Suber, Salary ........ 1
S" o aywne..the, dolla-0 Murry P. Melvin, Salary ........ I
roI Va1nedia l'vita ou M t .' ,S Charles R. Oleckley, Salary ...... ]
*5*an product fl w o to be William C. Lindsey, Salary ........
..............-.- -- ,,-- ......!t{ .j'^-- veto Nichols, Salary ............
'"' BSNoland D. Phillips, Salary ........ .
"7' --.+ -'--- -" ^^^^fW "'' ; j 'Sanford Armstrong, Salary ........ 1
-- I 7P "Robert L. Lester, Salary ........
__ *VI67% Jonathan H. Glass, Salary ......... 1

S_ ', .- ,.. \Direftor Int. Rev., WH Tax ......2
Gulf County SS Acct., Soc. Sec. .. 1
Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire ..... 1
1 ." \.Peninsular Life Ins. Co., Ins. .. 1
-> l \ ':!ie 20% r GENERAL FUND
Lanier Systems Corp., Machine .. 2
Dothan Office Sup. Co., Sup .
: a -. r Memorial Hospital, Freddie Mae
OOW Kw ".t ~ 'Jackson ....................
EXPL ANIATIN 0 '* The Breeze, Office Slp. ........ 1
C L I N> l /rSt. Joseph Tel. & Tel., Utilities ....
X LAN AT N Gulf County Board of Public Inst.
OF PIE CHART:- .. Race Track Funds ........ 2,0
O P E- J C A T :J. J. Hill, Office Expense .......
\ Bowen Supply Co., Office Sup. ...
1. Cost of Ingredients and Pckaging__ St. Joe Hdwe. Co., Air Conditioner 1
Flour, S ugor, Set, Yeast, Milk, '5. Employee Benefits: o ma e or., Trr ..
Flour Sugar y .Yacatln Pay, Group Insurance, ePaaama OfficerSupp]Y' ecnl Tape .. 1
Shortening, Eggs, Cellophne, employment Insuraonce, Work- od Microfilm Corp, aerials 1
Labels, Cartons, etc." m pn's Cn, S l G. Lewis & Sons, Item for White
Labels Cartn et. / man's Compensation, Sociol Secu- City Fire Dept. ............ 1
r 43.67%,; U rity, Contribution by Company to Li Systems Crpe, S u......... 4
2. All Salories and Wages \ Retirement Fund n'c C Parrish, Labo r...........
28.20% r'.i, 2.82% If ato oto Co., pies. .
t .1 *^ I Houston Watson, Labor ... .......
3. Other Operating Expenses: d. Taxes-Federal, State and Local st .o. ,,roco.n sp .....1.
Oven and Heating Fuel, Electricity .. 1. St. Joc Auto Partls, Partsr..o .
Building and Machinery Repairs, a." ar Oil io .ci, Lumlo r .........
Advertising, Interest Cost Car and1 7. Return on Stockholders Investment. r. owo op. uis ..


Truck Upkeep and Expenses iFrom which comes money for ex- A..J. Strickland, Expense........ 1
.Writqr Graham. Expense........." 1
i6.86% pension and development oone. Poe, Expense .......... I
4. Reserve for Replacement of Worn- 1.74% .liy e, C. Co ...... .... ..
Out Buildings and Equipment Floyd Chv. Co., ahor ..
.. .. DlA. P. .Tackson, Radio, Me ...... 1!
4. 7 q 2%- TOTAL ............. 100.00% Pate'sService OCenter. Battery charge
\ nrz Brie l Molhi'ns Pension ......
Mrs. J. L. Maddox, ..........
FLOWERS BAKING CO., Thomasville, Ga. ,e .C............n
_Annie HuE t gins. ............
II II ] l T I i I I -Eva Pate, ...............
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-. si\ hr. f'o,- St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1963 stockpile of foo hiuLff- already Cross would assist in this work. ..: *:--- .::--:' .. .....-.... 'si a
-- available. i .-l f tli o': : nt theoryy" c(iase made by a New York, St.
SState Civil Defense Coordinator Speaks Emergency lodging would d a'_ or "paper plas", th1e w elfiiarc (1. ; .. I ,uis or v. hat have you buyer!
State Civil Defense Coordinator Speaks be operated by the welfare depart- apartment has had actual xpc That's h easyf buying It
To Rotay Club. *f Disaster Pl'ans ment. Any place would be used in with this type service handling the A h wouldn't work for us! We prefer
ToRotary Club of DsasterPlanswhich refugees could be housed, Cuban situation in South Florida. R. GLENN BOYLES Editor to select for our own customers .
such as schools, hotels, motels, pri- Guest of the club was Olin Hayes the kind of merchandise that suits
John H. Fry, Jr., Florida State son to person communications for vate homes, etc. of Mexico Beach. Associate Editors YOU-ALL your particular needs.
Board of Public Welfare Civil De- relatives seeking information on The speaker said that the basic Published by Yes, if you knew just how hard
fense Coordinator, was the speaker loved ones in a disaster area. necessitiesamust be"provided disas-Pu e Mrs. B. works to bring you the very
Thursdayims no Secondl emergencifeedinfas.-terovictmsorpllagebgins.r
for RotarylastTreporte d thathims o agencygins. setu Tapper'Low Bidder BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE most in style, quality and price..
reported that his agency is set up Whispering (you might love her al-
Fry outlined the welfare depart- ties would be handled by the de- to provide these necessities. On RoadM Job PAL 7-42m11- Wh'i most as much as me does!) Or, sor-
ment's role in any emergency that apartment. Cafes, restaurants, ho- ,.
might arise and how they would tels, cafeterias and the like, would The department will also operate R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner .- ta like a sister, anyway!
work to provide basic necessities be used by the welfare department a social services program giving out In a letting of road contracts "Dedicated to Bettr Selling mixed with a ou eanewthings fr
for any people evacuated by a dis- to feed refugees. Since the depart- information as to what is happen- Tuesday, by the State Road Depart- little Sellifun mixed with a ,
aster or attack. ment now handles government sur- ing, allaying fears and giving in- ment in Jacksonville, it was learn- .. instance Mrs. A. (a patron of
First, the department would co- plus commodities and food for the formation of needs of the evacuees. ed that the George G. Tapper Com- long standing) was most thoughtful
operate with CD in providing per. school lunch program, they have a The speaker said that the Red pany of Port St. Joe was one of the STORIE PKRaOaNNE. MLand helpful to give us a suggestion
apparent low bidders. ERLMA M. BOYLES fonager t ountyreOlaefa boded In
Tapper Company was the appar- MARTIN BRACKIN Men's and Boy's Departmen the county! Old fashioned rocking
ent low bidder on a project in Oka- GLADYS S. GILL ____-------Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear chairs on the porch! Now, who has
loosa County which consists of one RUTH KEELS Sportswear and Hosiery some to sell? Call 227-4261 or 227-
Emile of roadway from SR 189 at HAROLD KEELS and DORENE SPEARS Extra S "d L rIo
; Mary Ester westerly. The amount of Sideline observations: When we
I --- Tapper's bid was $31,344. Dear Friends: the fremnt ion dc n V hear some of the expounders of the


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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THANK YOU
St. Joe Motor Company is twenty-five years
old during the month of June. We would like
to take this opportunity to thank our many
friends and customers for the business you
have given us during these years.
We fully realize, that it is your loyalty and
friendship that makes it possible for us to cele-
brate our 25th anniversary as a Ford dealer-
ship.
We would like to kuote here what you, a
customer, means to us ...

A Customer .
is not dependent on us We are
dependent on him .
is not an interruption of our work-
He is the purpose of it .
is doing us a favor by letting us serve
his needs .
.. is not an outsider to our business -
he is part of it ..
A CUSTOMER IS THE MOST IMPORTANT
PERSON IN THE WORLD TO US
We hay "Thank You" again for your pat-
ronage.

ST. JOE MOTOR CO.
Phone 227-3737 322 Monument Ave.


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attractive shutters, flower box, louvered doors. Separate dining
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317 Williams Ave.
Free Parking
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Port St. Joe, Florida

Classified Ads
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave.
Phone 227-7421. tfe-2-28
FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom house
on Monument Ave. Call Mrs. No-
ra Duren, 227-5471. tfc-4-4
FOR RENT: Trailer space in Oak
Grove. Sewer and .water. $14.00
month. Phone LC. Davis, 227-7059.
FOR RENT: Two one bedroom cot-
tages, furnished on 9th St. Call!
227-5111 or call by Smith's Phar-!
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eFOK KEN : 1Nice unonLflr ate y .w. .U.Wa u., .an n...u anat., .
meant for couple only at 1621 built in range, easy financing. 2008
Monument Ave. Phone 227-7641. tf Long Ave. Phone 229-2742. 2tp T
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom masonry
room house. $55.00 per month at house. Large closets, cypress
1305 Woodward Ave. Phone B. C. fence, reasonable. Call 227-5681,
Gaillard at 227-8396. Cliff Robbins, 1017 Marvin Ave., Published Every Thursday At 306 W
for information, tfc-5-23 By The Star Put
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished two BEACH COTTAGE FOR SALE: Cor- WESLEY R. RAMSEY
bedroom house on Highway at St. ner lot, St. Joe Beach, 2 bed- Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, F
Joe Beach._Phone_648-3472. rooms, living room/kitchen and Reader, Bookkeeper and
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish bath. $3,000.00 with $300.00 cash, DAL 227-161
ed house. Call 227-7146, Mrs. J. balance $35.00 per month. Credit
F. Daniell. 2 s references required. John M. Gunn,
F. Daniell. lt e3190 Thomas Ave., Montgomery, Entered as second-class matter, December
FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish-' Ala. 2tp-5-23 Florida, under Act
ed house at 1106 Palm Blvd. CallFOR SALE: Excellent buy clean '57
227-5261 after 5:00 p.m. tc-5- Olds, power steering, power SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABL
FOR RENT: One bedroom and pri- brakes, automatic transmisison, ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS,
vate bath, living room and TV radio and heater. I'm being trans-
room privilege. 528 corner of Sixth ferred overseas and must sell by
Street and Woodward Ave. 2tp July 1. Call Schmidt at 227-4001 TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or or
7 do not hold themselves liable for damage
between 9 a.m. and 11 am. week- advertisement.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom furnished days. ltP_
and unfurnished houses in High-
land View. Reasonable. J. D. Clark, FOR SALE: Repossessed sewing
phone227-7771. tf-5-30 machine. No down payment. Take A RUnit
o up monthly payments. We repair rmy Serve iS
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom any make or model sewing ma-
cottages at St. Joe Beach. Cornm- chine. The Remnant Shop, 323 Reid A Tr ii
pletely furnished. One bedroom Ave. Phone 227-2491. 1tc An ii ousIa rainin
$35.00 per week. Two bedroom --
$50,00 per week. Call M. K. Hurl- NEED RIDERS: Clifford Tharpe, NEW ORLEANS, LA.,-During
but, Jr., at 227-4271 or 229-1656 Jr., needs three riders to Gf 1963 a gr te 2,
for reservations. 4t9-- 0 Coast Junior College to summer a aggregate of 2,751 U. S.
school. Call 227-3871. ltp Army Reservists of 28 units will
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 801 -- receive their annual two-week ac-
Marvin Ave. See Cecil G. Costin, CAREFUL MOVING Mayflower tive dut training while encamped
Jr. tfc-52 Warehousemen handle your fur- ty training while encamped
niture crecarefully. Drivers are tra in- the field at the Theodore Army
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom home, 2,000 ed in proper handling methods. Terminal, (a subinstallation of the
feet floor space. 2 full baths, Special pads and covers prevent U. S. Army Transportation Termin-
large fenced back yard, garage and marring. Completely equipped, mo- al Command Gulf here which is
utility. Close to school. Well estab- dern vans assure safe loading and u m d u, ere, wic is
listed landscaping. 1027 Long Ave. transportation. Ca 11 SURPLUS ; adjacent to Mobile, Ala.),and at
Contact Ed Ramsey, SALES of ST. JOE for free esti- the Gulf command's 1963 bivouac
FOR SALE: 2 story unfurnished 4 mat-e, J-st Phope 22 7--20M
bedroom home, 1508 Long Ave., FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on St. SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
$5,500. Als6, furnished 2 bedroom Joe Beach. Carport and storage 0. F.-Meets second and fourth
brick home and small apartment, room, cypress paneled thruout. Will Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in American
1031 Long Ave., $11,000. Phone finance. Call J. C. Traweek at 327- Legion Hall. All members urged to
648-4128. Mira. 5927 after 5 p.m. or week ends. attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Danmell
FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom home, SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call Secretary: J. C. Martin.
in excellent condition, with den, Buford Griffin, Phone 227-7011
tile bath, wall to wall carpet in liv- for quick expert service. tfc R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
ing room. Many other extras to go St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
with sale. Located at 1310 Wood- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet .M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
ward Ave. Priced for quick sale. every Wednesday night, 8 p.m. nmg companions welcome.
Presently FHA financed. If inter- at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
ested phone 227-5261, George H. St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3331 for
Wimberly, Jr. tfc-104 further information or write P. 0.
Box 535 Edgar L. Smith, High Priest
FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom frame Box 535.EdgaRoy L. BurcSmith, Secretaryst
house, panel walls, tile floor. At Roy L. Burch, Secretary
White City. Large 854x60 lot. See THERE WILL BE a regular com-
or call David Rich for more infor- WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,1 munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
mation. Day phone 227-2522. Nite THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet- No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
phone 229-2575. tfc-2-28 ing second and fourth TuesdayI and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
Sights, 8;00 p.m. American Legion I ROBERT L. CREAMER, W. M.
FOR SALE: Practically new three Home, ROY K .BLACKSHEAR, Sec.


322 Monument Ave.


Phone 227-3737


I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I


Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.


C. Byron Smith, Pastor


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"


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


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


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


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


Evening Worship


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


7:30 P.M.


tion Battalion (Terminal), with
headquarters in Peoria, Ill.; the
2 0 8 th Transportation Company
(Terminal Service) of Canton, Ill.;
the 824th Transportation Company
(Heavy Boat) from Havelock, N. C.;
and the 511th Transportation Pla-
toon (BARC), with home station in
Benton Harbor, Mich.
A second group, consisting of
417 men from four USAR units,
will encamp for annual unit train-
ing on June 30. The two-week
training period will close out on
July 13. The four units are the
7620th Transportation Replacement
Training Center from Fort Snell-
ing, Minn.; the 489th Transporta-
tion Company (Terminal Service) of
Pensacola, Fla.; the 645th Transpor-
tation Company (Terminal Service),
with home station in Dothan, Ala.;
and the 231st Transportation Com-
pany (Boat) from St. Petersburg.
Six USAR units, composed of
639 men, will report for annual
,unit training during the period of
July 14-27. The units are Headquar-
ters and Headquarters Detachment
3 4 8 t h Transportation Battalion
(Terminal), headquartered in Hous-
ton, Tex.; the 498th Transportation
Company (Terminal Service) from
Mobile, Ala.; the 239th Transporta-
tion Company (Terminal Service)
of Lakeland; Headquarters and
Headquarters Detachment, 332nd
Transportation Battalion (Terminal)
and the 850th Transportation Com-
pany (Terminal Service), both from
New Orleans, La.; and the 318th
Transportation Company (Terminal
Service) from Gulfport, Miss.
Beginning July 28 and ending
Aug. 10, six more units will en-
camp for annual unit training.
Comprised of 450 Reservists, these
units are Headquarters and Head-
Squarters Detachment, 467th Trans-
I portation Battalion (Terminal),
Headquartered in Jacksonville; the
2 3 8 t h Transportation Company 1
(Terminal Service) from Monticel-!
lo, Ark.; the 453rd Transportation
Company (Terminal Service) andj
the 942nd Transportation Com-
pany (Terminal Service), both from
Charleston, S. C.; the 8690th Army
Terminal Unit (Staging Station) of
Baton Rouge, La.; and the 343rd
Transportation Detachment (Intel-
ligence) from Waco, Texas.
The 993rd Transportation Com-
pany (Terminal Service) from Wil-
mington, N. C., and the 597th
Transportation Detachment (High-
way Regulating) of Enid, Okla.,
with a total of 255 Reservists, will
receive annual unit training during
Aug. 11-24.
The final unit to receive field
training will be the 287th Transpor
station Company (Terminal Service), *
which is composed of 247 men. This
unit, from Sioux City, Iowa, will
undergo annual unit training dur-
ing Aug. 18-31.
Members of the 28 USAR units to
be trained at the Theodore Army-
Terminal and St. Joseph's Spit will
be assisted and supported by 394th
Transportation Battalion (Terminal)
troops stationed at Camp Leroy
Johnson here. The Reservists will
receive practical training in oper-
ating forklifts, ship winches and
booms, tractors, cranes, training
barges, amphibious trucks (DUK-
W's) and barges (GARC's); cargo
ifting aboard and discharging off-
side ships anchored offshore; car-
go documentation, warehousing;


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illlams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
blushing Company
Editor and Publisher
Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Complaint Department
POSTOFFICE Box 308

19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
of March 8, 1879.

.Y PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
$1.75 THREE MONTHS, $127.50

missions in advertisements, the publishers
e further than amount received for such


To Receive

g At St. Joe Point
site on St. Joseph's Spit, Florida,
near Port St. Joe.
During the period June 16-29,
nine USAR units, with a total of
743 men, will undergo their annual
unit training. These units are Head-
quarters and Headquarters Detach-
ment, 363rd Tansportation Battal-
ion (Terminal), headquartered in
Battle Creek, Mich.; the 919th
Transportation Company (Termin-
al Service) from Flint, Mich.; the
9 48 th Transportation Company
(Terminal Service), with home sta-
tion in Gary, Ind.; the 236th Trans-
portation Company (Terminal Ser-
vice) of Port Huron, Mich.; the
292nd Transportation Company
(Amphibious Truck) from Palatka,
Fla.; Headquarters and Headquar-
ters Detachment, 470th Transporta-


over-the-beach (ship-to-shore) oper- members of eight USAR units will
nations; and other related stevedor- receive on-job training in adminis-
ing activities. Additionally, they trative and logistical duties at the
will be trained in drilling and in New Orleans Army Terminal and
f i r i ng rifles, bazookas, rocket Camp Leroy Johnson here. These
launchers, and machine guns. units are all U. S. Army Terminal
In addition during 1963, 541 Units-
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
Britt, David L. 2, 4 1016 .50 3.32
Britt, Joe F. 9 52 .50 56.94
Brown, Estate, C. B. 3, 5 1002 .50 25.90
Bryant, George E. % of 10, 12 1017 .50 2.62
Granger, Andrew W 1/2 8, 10 1016 .50 3.32
Hopps, Nero 2 B .50 2.62
Jones, James 7 45 .50 3.32
Longmire, Ernest 16 A .50 3.32
Pallon, Ed 25 1003 .50 3.32
Peacock, J. A. 2, 4 58 .50 6.86
Poole, Joseph 3 1010 .50 7.56
Peters, Damon, Jr. 23, 26 1015 .50 3.32
Peters, Damon 31 1018 .50 1.91
Bryant, Robert 16 1002 .50 7.56
Peters, Damon 25, 27 1001 .50 27.34
Stone, Emily B. 28, 30 31 .50 31.55
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
Standard Service Station (Woolford) .50 17.43


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