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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: August 1, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR
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TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR


P)RT ST. JOE, FLORIDA,


THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1963


NUMBER 46


TO RE-LOCATE COUNTY SEAT




Group Seeks Petition To




Call Special County Election




Petition Begins Circulation ul CstDen Tells Rotaryof
--vuion Role Performed by Junior Colleges


For Signatures This Week


Says Education Same As
In Larger Institutions


RECEIVES TROPHY-Manager Fred Sasser of Milton,
above left, is shown receiving the first trophy of the
Northwest Elorida Little Boys Baseball League play-offs
from Roy L. Burch of-Port St.. Joe. Burch is area di-
rector of the-League. (C photo)

Milton Defeats Port St. oe All-Stars

In Little Boys Baseball Tournament


A bad case of the jitters and
10 errors .n two .games cost the
Port St. Joe Little Boys Baseball
League their shot at a tournament
win over Milton here last Friday
and Saturday.
The first game,- postponed- by
rain on Thursday, was played- Fri-
day night under the lights and
saw the Port .S Ioe All-Stars go
down in defeat, 9-2.
James Cannington toed the
mound for the All-Stars giving up
six hits. His team-mates made five
miscues in the field, which helped
the Milton nine to score nine runs
off their six hits. The Milton ag-
gregation committed only one
error.
The Port St. Joe All-Stars held
Milton scoreless until the fourth
inning when they picked up one
run and then went on to score six
in the fifth and two in the sixth.
Port St. Joe scored once each in
the fifth and sixth. They collected
only one hit for the game.
Charles Smith picked up the
only hit for Port St. Joe, a single.
WIN SECOND GAME
The second game of the tourna-
ment Saturday morning was a real
delight to watch. Milton used two
pitchers to hold Port St. Joe to


Takes Position In

Tallahassee
Secretary of State Tom Adams
announced this week that Marion
Parker of Port St. Joe has accept-
ed a position in his office in Tal.
lahassee.
Parker will be a field man in the
license division of the Secretary
of State Department. The Secretary
of State was charged by the last
session of. the Legislature with
the responsibility of licensing pri-
vate employment agencies, labor
business agents and private investi-
gation agencies. Parker will work
with this new area of responsibili-
ty of Adams' office.
Adams said that he was proud
to have a young man of Parker s
ability in his service.
Parker will move to Tallahassee
in the near future to assume his
new position.
Parker is, a native of Port St.
Joe and graduated from the Port
St. Joe High School. He has been
manager of Pylant's Boys and
Men's Wear since that business
was established in Port St. Joe.
Parker was campaign chairman
for Adams in Gulf County during
the 1962 election.


four 'fits and three runs. The
Milton squad committed four er-
rors in the game, while 'losing 3-2
to Port St. Joe.
Mike Gainnie went the rout on
the mound for Port St. Joe giving
up six scattered hits and allowing
Milton only two runs. Both of the
Milton runs came in the sixth in
ning. .
Port St. Joe played errorless
baseball while picking up single
runs in the first, fourth and fifth
innings to register their win.
Leading the hitting for Port St.
Joe was James Cannington with
two singles.
The only home run of the series
was hit by Milton's Richards in the
sixth inning to account for the
losers two runs.
Lose Third Game
The Port St. Joe team was com-
pletely out-manned in size and this
began to tell in the third and last
game, when Milton put together
seven hits and capitalized on five
fielding errors to defeat Port St.
Joe, 13-0.
The score was a modest 3-0 up
to the fourth inning when Milton
exploded against Port St. Joe pitch-
er Larry Cox, who tired, for seven
big runs. Greg Burch came to the
mound and finished the game, giv-
ing up three more runs in the
fifth.
Port St. Joe was held to one hit
in the final game which was picked
up by James Cannington who beat
out ,a' single.
James White did the catching du-
ties for Port St. Joe in all three
games. He made two crowd-pleasing
plays in the last game, by making
fine stops of throws from third
baseman Jimmy Harrison and short-
stop Clay Thomason which stopped
runners from scoring at the plate.

County Will Meet Tuesday
Next Tuesday night at 7:30
p.m., Port St. Joe time, the Gulf
County Board of Commissioners
will meet in special session to
study next year's budget require-
ments, preparatory to setting up
a budget to operate from.
Among the many items to be
considered Tuesday night will be
a request from Virgil Q. Mayo
of Blountstown for an appropria-
tion of $368.46 for the Public
Defender office. Mayo has been
named Public Defender for this
Judicial Circuit by Governor
Bryant.
The office of Public Defender
was established by the 1963 ses-
sion of the Florida Legislature.


A large group of Gulf Cou
met in Port St. Joe this wec
movement to petition the Gulf
mission to call for a special
locate the Gulf County seat.
The group chose to be
"Committee for Relocation of
Seat".
The group will begin circi
tionr this week to be signed by t
istered voters in Gulf County
County Board to call the spec
The petition is headed up
The undersigned, who is
elector of Gulf County, Flori
paid tax on real or personal
the year 1962, desiring to cha
tion of the County Seat of (
Florida, hereby presents this
suant to the provisions of Se
of the Florida Statutes and
change of the location of s
Seat. Request is also made he
election be held in accordance
ter 138 of the Florida Statute
cation of suck County Seat.
The Committee pointed out
ing the petition, petitioners do
tically move the county seat.
the County Commission hold a
which time, interested comr
place the name of their commit


Secretary of State T

Speaker At Methodih


Secretary of State Tom Adams
was the speaker to the Methodist
Men's Club and their many guests
Tuesday night in the social room
of the First Methodist Church.
Adams used as his subject, "Con-
sciousness of Our Daily Responsi-
bility". He told the group that
there was a great need for Chris-
tian men to become concerned and
active in governmental affairs "if
our form of Government is to sur-
vive".
He observed that "rarely have
governments been murdered, most
that have failed have committed
suicide". He stressed the need for
men with Christian ideals to keep
our government from "committing
suicide".
Adams pointed out that men
seeking to worship the Saviour Je-
sus Christ, in a free and unencum-
bered manner made our nation
strong and preserved its strength.
"We today can have a government
of such strength if we but assert
our Christian ideals and teachings
in our everyday lives. We get the
kind of government we deserve.
Our intrinsic values must be re-
covered and preserved by responsi-
ble leaders".
Adams pointed out that only
through service could the Christian
man be truly happy, and in serv-
ing, he would build a better com-
munity, and conversly a better na-
tion. "There never has or never
will be a man who stands only for
himself who is truly happy. All
must serve in some capacity of un-
selfish service".
Adams concluded his talk by
stating, "Our cherished way of life
can only be preserved by Christian
men dedicated to service".
Adams was introduced to the
club members and guests by Wil-
liam J. Rish. Wade Barrier, Jr.,
president of the Methodist Men's
Club presided over the meeting.
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inty taxpayers ballot for a decision by the registered voters Harry Murp Dean of Gu
ek to begin a of the county as to where they desire the Coast Junior College told the Ro-
County Com- county seat to be located. portant role that Junior Colleges
election to re- The move was brought about by an are playing in Florida education,
action recently made by the Board in which at their meeting last Thursday.
known as the they began to take action toward the con- iA 'i' ii/., Murphy said that the Florida
f Gulf County struction of a new county jail at an approx- Junior College movement is the
imate cost of $200,000.00. Advocates of the most rapidly growing such move-
ulating a peti- petition movement contend that if this meant in the nation. With a start of
taxpaying reg- amount of money is to be spent, it is time only five Junior Colleges in Flor-
requesting the to settle the 10-year-old question of whether n 1 colleges throughout the state offer-
dial election, or not the county seat is to be moved before *? ing fu accredited two year col-
thusly: the money is spent on a new jail. ; lege edu ins. "Upon graduation
s a qualified The jail must be built, or the old jail from Junf Colleges, Florida stu-
da, and who extensively overhauled, by order of the State dents have the same education re-
property for Prison Board. To build a new jail, will re- ceived fr a wo year teure
nge the loca- quire that an entirely new building be con- {t. tonss"
Gulf County, structed, which will, in all probability, house
petition pur- the Sheriff's Department as well as the jail. The speaker that theCol
action 138.01 Estimates to renovate the old jail to come leges in Florida served 38,000 stu-
prays for a up to State Prison Board's specifications is REV. JACK CARTER dents in 1962. The colleges are
such County said to be nearly the amount of building a New Pastor so placed that they are within
reby that an new jail. i commuting distance of 63% of the
e with Chap- Officers of the Committee for Reloca- N W PentC ta state's high scholleges alreaduates. Approved
ip" ter new colleges already approved
-s for the lo- tion of Gulf County Seat stated that they A are in operation, there will be a
would secure a sufficient number of names raS M..Rfiv J junior College within commuting
t that in sign- on their petition to present to the County The Rev. JackCarter along distance of 99% of the state's
not automa- Commission in a very short time. It is nec- withhis wife Alena andtwo sons high school seniors.
They ask that essary that one third of the tax paying reg- Rodney and Kelvin, assumed the Speaking specifically of Gulf
in election, at istered voters sign the petition in order to pastorate of the Pentecostal Hol- Coast, Murphy said the school of-
nunities may require the County Board to call the special iness Church on June 30, 1963. fers 25 different universe,' parel-
lel programs for the two-year per.
unities on the election. The Rev. Carter was born in Tor- iod. It also offers a variety of pro-
onto, Ont., Canada and came south fessional business courses and en-
am Is 'Lions Club Horse Show in 1947 when he entered school at richment programs for adults.
om AdaTms Is Date 'Set for Aug. 10 Emmanuel College located in Murphy said that Gulf Coast had
Franklin Springs, Ga. It was there a record of only 8.7% in dropouts
st Men's Meeting Time is drawing near for the he met Alena Williams a native of of students who start in the school.
first annual Lions Club Horse Hendersonville, N. C. who became He said that over one half of the
Show, sponsored by the Port St. his wife. students work while attending
Joe Lions Club. The show is sche- After his graduation from col- school. At Gulf Coast, Murphy said
i duled for August 10. After his graduation from cl- male students outnumler females
Funeral ervces duled for August 10. lege he was ordained into the min- male students outnumber females
The show will be held in the istr and accepted his first past- three to one.
Ar H id frcity baseball park beginning at orate at Barnesville, Ga. Succeed- The cost for students attending
Aref lel for 7:00 p.m., with proceeds from the i astorataeshave beenat.Luthere Gulf Coast was given by Murphy at
show being used to finance the ng p Cherokee, N. C., Whitnel, $150.00 per year for Bay County
W B. Ferrell primary project of the Lions Club, N. C., West Palm Beac, Florida students.
Sight Conservation. and Orlando, Fla. where he served students and $290.00 for out of
Funeral services were held Sat- istaoe students. These prices do not
Funeral services were held Sat- The show will consist of 13 the past four and one-half years. includee text books..
urday morning at 10:00 a.m. from classes or events, for which a nice Mrs. Carter is an accomplished Of the 450,000 annual budget
the First Baptist Church for Wil- s $3e 0 me or anuc uge
the Firsam Baptist Church for Wil- trophy and ribbon will be given musician. She has served as the t ,o0 goes for instructors.
liam Benjamin Ferrell. Rev. C. By- for the winner of each class with Florida State Camp Meeting organ- $300,00 goest s fo r instructors.
ron Smith officiated assisted by ribbons going for second, third, ist at Silver Springs for the past K.Guests of the club were Floyd.
Rev. C. Odum. Ferrell passed fourth and fifth places. three years. She is now serving as L. Durant of MJacksonvilleand Rev.
away in his sleep Thursday night The show will feature such music director of the local church. M. L. Durant of Marianna.
at his home. He was 78 years of events as Barrel Race, Pony Class, The Carters wish the people of
age. Western Pleasure, Tunnel Race, Port St. Joe to know that they are Inspection Shows
Interment was in Sycamore Cem- English Pleasure, Jack Benny available if there is sickness or Shows
etery near Greensboro. Class, Personal Pick Up, Stake Race problems in which they may be of Wa ter I II To BA
Ferrell moved to Port St. Joe and many others. All age groups service through prayer and coun- Watr VV'll T 0 oB
with his family in 1918 and was will be represented in these dif- selling. Ou of Order
employed in the shops of the Apa- ferent classes. Out of Oreer
lachicola Northern Railroad Corn- Another feature of the show will They are residing at 613 Mar-
pany as a carpenter. After 25 years be a special performance of the vin Avenue and their telephone Following the recent water fail-
of service with the Railroad he Saddlii' Seminoles of Wewahitch- number is 229-3791. ure in Port St. Joe, water depart-
,ent into the free-lance carpenter ka. ment crews have been instructed
business and operated a cabinet Charles Norton is project chair- aln C eare n to make a weekly check of the op-
shop here in Port St. Joe for many man for the show. Man lUIJa V In rating condition of city water
years. '9 -- S o0 ing wells, which are maintained on an
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. City Warns Against Fatal Shooting emergency basis. City water, as a
Mamie Ferrell of Port St. Joe; two Damaging Buildings rule, comes from the St. Joe Paper
sons, W. Joe of Port St. Joe and making ngs Local police arrested Matthew Company fresh water canal. The
W. W. of Jacksonville; two daugh- City Auditor and Clerk J. B. Wil- Stallworth Monday night and charg- old city wells are maintained in
ters, Mrs. J. E. Wilbanks and Mrs. liams told The Star this week that ed him with the fatal shooting of case of failure of this system.
R. F. Stansberry, both of Atlanta, valdals had been at work on the Arthur G. Leavins, both of Port St. This checking out of the pumps
Ga.; four sisters, Mrs. Annie Good- newly re-painted Centennial Build- Joe. paid off last week. A check reveal-
son of Greensboro, Florida; Mrs. ing. According to Police Chief H. W. ed that one of the wells would not
Mattie Richards of Fair Bluff, N. He reported that four of the Griffin, Stallworth allegedly shot pump water. Indications showed
C., ,Mrs. J. M. Sunday, Chattoboro, recently replaced windows had Leavins in the street on Avenue that the well was dry. This was
N. C. and Mrs. Susie Rowan of been broken out and that asphalt D, in North Port St. Joe with a the only well producing water dur-
Chattahoochee; two brothers, R. had been thrown against the side .25 calibre pistol. According to po- ing the recent water crisis.
T. of Kansas City, Kansas and A. of the newly painted building. lice records, Stallworth and Lea-1 Well experts were called in to
L. of Hosford and seven grandchil. The City has spent nearly $5,000 vins got into an argument over check the well and found a mal-
dren. in the past few months making the Leavins mistreatment of a woman. function in the ground inside the
Active pallbearers were Ed Mc- Centennial Building presentable Stallworth, who is nearly blind, 'well casing. The malfunction has
Farland, Frank Pate, Duffy Lewis, and desire to keep it looking nice. shot at Leavins four times, h;ttiW. been corrected and the well is now
Louis Ellis and Ben Williams. Clerk Williams said that the him once in the heart, according to capable of producing more water
Honorary pallbearers were A. P. Florida Statutes provide for the testimony given to police officers. than before.
Martin, W. W. Barrier, Sr., Cecil severe punishment of those caught The shooting occurred about 9:50 City Clerk J. B. Williams told
Costin, Sr., J. D. Smith, C. P. Eth- defacing or damaging public pro- p.m. Monday night. Patrolmen The Star that the well has pumped
ridge, Eldridge Money, A. V. Bate- perty and that these penalties will! Howard Rogers and M. A. Kelly in- water for only a few minutes at a
man, J. A. Garrett, E. J. Rich and be applied against those defacing vestigated the shooting and made time on weekly checks since it
Dan Hatfield. or damaging the Centennial Build- the arrest. saved Port St. Joe from being com-
Comforter Funeral Home was in ing or any other city owned build. I Stallworth is presently being held pletely out of water three weeks
charge of arrangements, ing. -... in the Gulf County jail. ago.








CARD OF THANKS B *
Words can never express the Bear Hunters Who Wish To Participate Goldei- Agers. .
appreciation and comfort we feel
in dur hearts for the many expres- In Managed Hunt Should Register Now pla P c
sions of sympathy, the many kind
and thoughtful deeds, and theMonday t
prayers that were such a strength Bear hunters who wish to parti- Sunday hunting allowed. Monday evening, July 22 was the
to us at the time of our geat loss cipate in any of the 14 managed Additional information concern- date planned for the Golden Ag-
of our husband and father. bear hunts in the Apalachicola Na- ing the special hunt regulations er's picnic at Mexico Beach. Al-
Mayur od anrichly bless each of tional Forest ,should file applica- and procedures governing the though some of the members were
you tions immediately, according to drawings may be obtained by con- absent on account of illness, out
y MRS. W. B. FERRELL John Brown, acting regional man- acting the regional office. of town, etc., those who were -pres-'
MRS. W. E. WILBANKS a1ger for the Game and Fresh Wa- The portion of the Apalachicola ent really had the picnic spirit.
MRS. R. F. STANSBERRY ter Fish Commission in Northwest National Forest on which the bear Ina Williams entertained with an
W. J.FERRELL Florida. hunts will be held is in Liberty account of her trip to Alaska
W. W. FERREL Applications accompanied by a County. where she visited her sonand
check to cover permit costs should __ family. The group was. kept spell-
be filed with the Regional Mana- bound as she described the beau-
:ger; Game and Fresh Water Fish i A tiful scenery and the many inter-
Commission, P. 0. Box 576, Panama G. A. s Entertained testing and unusual places she had
City, prior to 11:00 a.m., CST, Au- seen. She had all wishing they had
gust 30. Drawings will be held on With Beach Party such an opportunity. I
this date to determine the periods The picnic supper left nothing t,)
and parties that will be allowed The 9 and 12 year G. A.'s of the Lbe desired. Diets were forgAtten
to hunt. Long Avenue Baptist Church were and those present did justice to
Bear hunters may take advantage entertained last Thursday after- the delicious food which had been
/ \ of any of 14 managed hunts from noon at a swimming party at the prepared. Everyone enjoyed the
September 23 through November home of Mrs. C. W. Robbins at c uting so much that they hove to
9. There will be two three day St. Joe Beach. lave another before the summer is
// ..- \\ hunts per week. Each three day Girls enjoying the occasion were 'over.
hnt ill ,,1p lif 1 ,l +t .t.. Delonres Dickey, Cafthv HTarrison The rExt meeting will be held


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nuab WIL U iaU em e uit o not more1U 1I
than 17 people, except upon ap-
proval of the hunt supervisor. Each
group must obtain a $50.00 party
hunt permit, and each person in
the party must also possess a reg.
ular hunting license.
Hunters will be allowed to take
pear, fox, squnk, opposum, bobcat,
raccoon, and rabbit. Shooting will
be one-half hour before sunrise to
one-half hour after sunset, with no


Julie Holland, Kate Robbins, Hol-
ly Hendrix, Marsha Player, Janie
Shealey, Jennifer Braxton, Shelly
Ramsey, Jeanine Britt, Eugenia
Traweek, Cathy Boone and Vickie
Fowler.
Hamburgers, Cokes and cookies
were served by the leaders, Mrs.
Robbins and Mrs. David Jenkins.
Mrs. John Core also assisted in
serving and entertaining the group.


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at the Stac House, August 12.


Read That
Label!
Some of tho host i'iportant
but least read writings .are on the
containers of household cue: .i-
cals and insecticides.
Ch.ris; E All-
,'- ? sldent of
S the Chemical
SSpeci a tie o
Manufacturers
j Association,
S- K tale labels in-
F- structing con-
sumers on the proper and safe
use of the chemical contents are
probably, word for word, "he
most expensive literature written
today.
Allderdice says it tak.-s I'. e or
six years of research and tesbit:,
and costs from $1 to $3 ini;o'i.
for a chemical company to ..
quire the scientific evidence l .
quired to qualify for label regis-
tration for a new insecticide.
"Using any chemical without
following directions is akin to
reaching into the medicine .;'-
inet in the dark and taking the
first pill that comes to hand,"
Allderdice says.
The manufacturers label not
only outlines the safety pre-
cautions to be taken, it also tells
exactly which insects will be de-
stroyed by the product.
For example, the Department
of Agriculture permits certain
chemicals to be labeled for home
use against roaches and silver-.
fish but not against ants. Other
chemicals are labeled for use in
combating carpet beetles and
spiders but not fleas or brown
dog ticks.
"Before using any chemical
substance in your home or Kgar-
den," Allderdice warns, "READ
THAT LABEL!"


These two MD's whose homelands in Africa and Latin America
are continents apart were recently-the moving forces in Geneva,
Switzerland in the planning of a global health program for next year.
Presiding over an assembly of public health specialists from 120
nations that charted the World
Health Organization's future pro- To finance some 800 projects
grams was Dr. Moses Adekyejo around the earth, the internation-
Majekodunmi, Nigeria's health al experts hiked the 1964 health
minister the first assembly agency budget to $34 million, an
president elected from the new- increase of 7.5 per cent over this
ly independent African nations. e
Here, Dr. M. G. Candau, Brazil- year's figure. Slightly more than
Ian WHO chief, talks to him $1.3 million, the largest sum al-
against a background of the loted to a single project, goes to
WHO flag as the assembly re- wipe out malaria, since 1955 a
cessed briefly. During the three- main aim of the health planners.
week session, Dr. Candau, world- WHO's global program is run
wide health program administra- through six regional offices. In
tor, won election to his third five- the Americas, the office is the
year term as WHO Director- Pan American Sanitary Bureau
General, beginning July 20. .Washington, D. C.


Kiwanis Hears

Key Club Report
The Kiwanis Club received a re-
port from the National Key Club
Convention held in Pittsburg, Pa,,
last month, at their regular meet-
ing Tuesday at noon. Leon Hobbs,
local Key Club secretary attended
the Convention and gave the report
to the Club.
I Key Club is a youth civic club,


tion, at which 2,000 delegates
selected officers for the coming
year. He said that of all the sights
he saw, the best was the White
City bridge on his way home.

Visiting Batemans
Mrs. Mary Virginia Danneberger
of Allentown, Pa., and Panama City
is spending several days here vis-
iting with Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Bate-
man.

Off On rCamninn Trii


sponsored by Kiwanis Internation- Mr. and Mrs. James Traweek and
al. children left Monday for a vaca-
In addition to the 11-day con- tion camping in the-Smokey Moun-
vention, Hobbs gave reports of a tains. .
side tour the Key Clubbers took __
to New York City, York, Pa, Get-
tysburg, Pa., and Washington, D. Visiting In Michigan
C. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dawson
Hobbs said 134 Key Clubbers and children are visiting in St.-
from Florida attended the Conven- Louis, Michigan.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 3963






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TrH STAR, Port St. Joe. M.
1rHURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 13
Minutes of the
County Commission
WEWAHITCHKA, FLOPIDA
JULY 23, 1963
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida
met this date in regular session
with the following members pres-
ent: Leo Kennedy, Vice Chairman,
Walter Graham, S. C. Player and
James G. McDaniel. The Cleak,
sheriff, A torney Sifas R. Stone,
Max W. Kilbourn, Civil Defense
Di.ector and Road Supt. were ztso
present.
The meeting came to order at
6:30 1.m. Commissioner Graha in
opened the meeting with prayer.
Jesse V Stone gave an oral re-
port on the proposed St. Josephns
Pmint Suite Park, inirming she
B .ard that Engineers have mad.i a
study of the peninsular and have
also made an appraisal of the 1,nd
to oc purchased from the U S.
Government. He stated that .he
State Park Service wauis access
roc'.s irade available by the Coun-
ty in order that equipment can be
moved to the park site; that hlie
FVir'da Brard of Parks and '.i<-
taric Memorials request a resule-
ti'-n from the County showing tbhat
ti-e vcess road will be provided.
Afe.Pr discussion, the Boatrd 'ln-
n,rnced that all land owners in-
vcrved in the right of way wi' I e
-contacted to determine whether ol
nio. they will give the right of way
b'.fore the Board takes action. on
tlis mrn-tter.
Hon. Xiigil K. Mayo, Public De-
fender for the Fourteenth Judicial
Circuit appeared before the Board
and reuqested an appropriation for
the next fiscal year of $338.46 for
the purpose, of operating his office.
The Chairman said this request
will be considered at the next meet-
ing.
The Highland View Fire Depart-
ment requested the Board to ad-
vertise for the following equipment,
to-wit:


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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH


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


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Corer Third St. and Baltzell Ave.


1195w ford F4 )0 2-Ton Truck.
1 Model 3B7 Marlow 375 GPM
Pump.
After consideration, there was a
motion by Comm. McDaniel, sec-
onded by Comm. Graham and duly
carried to advertise for the above
equipment, bids to be received on
August 6, 1963 at 6:30 p.m.
Neal Lumber and Manufactur-
ing Company presented a plat of
Kentucky Lan ding Subdivision,
Unit 1. Whereupon there was a
motion by Comm.. McDaniel sec-
onded by Comm. Graham and duly
carried that said Plat be approved
and accepted. The same is record-
ed in Plat Book 2, Page 35.
Hon. Harland 0. Pridgeon, Tax
Collector, presented his list of er-
rors, insolvencies and double as-
sessments for the 1962 Tax Roll.
After consideration, there was a
motion by Comm. Graham second-
ed by Comm. McDaniel and duly
carried that said list in the total
amount of $805.40 be approved.
Hon. Harland 0. Pridgeon, Tax
Collector then filed the following
report:
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cow will give you more rose
r The Flordi rn Servco blooms of better quality during the Deadline Past For Excise Tax Report
fall and winter.
tNow is a good time to extend Laurie W. Tomlinson, District payers liable for more than $100 of
mm m the daylily collection. Director of Internal Revenue, this 'excise or employment taxes in any
Lift the heavy daylily clumps, week reminded Florida taxpayers one month are required to deposit
shake off the dirt and you can see that July 31 is the deadline for these funds in either local author-
filing quarterly Federal excise tax ized banks or a Federal Reserve
Green lawns, money and mai- Most watering systems do not that the clumps will divide into returns and quarterly returns of Bank and to obtain a depositary
dens have one thing in common put out enough water to puddle on smaller units. income tax and social security tax- receipt. The returns due on or be-
all have eye appeal. sandy soils. IU water stands in spots Have your new bed ready for the es withheld for the quarter ended fore July 31 should be accompan-
With average luck and hard work in the lown, check for the reason. lili Plant th clums June 30, 1963. ied by validated depositary receipts
many gardeners enjoy all three. There may be a hardpan near the lilies. lant the small clumps on paymJune 30,nt in full for any bal-
But if your spouse is an auditor, it surface, or the soil may be packed 12-inch squares on the bed. Dress Mr. Tomlinson said that the In ce due.
is safer to invest in lawns. too tightly. In any case loosen the the newly planted bed with a ternal Revenue Service will fur-
So, if you have grass to plant, do soil to percent standing water from blanket of leaves or compost. pre-addressed returns to all Mr. Tomlinson added that an
it now as summer is the ideal time harming the grass. Remember, daylilies hold their nish pre-addrequissed return files to all
color longer if grown so that they taxpayers required to file, and re- "Employer Tax Guide," Circular E,
to initiate a green outdoor carpet. How close to keep a lawn trim- color longer if grown so that they quested that the pre-addressed re- which contains a full discussion of
Also, summer rains and warm ter- med is very important. The fine are shaded in the afternoon. turns be used so as to insure ac- employment taxes and methods of
peratures promote rapid growth, strains of bermuda and zoysias re- of a building in locating th'e dayy curate posting to the Service's new computing such taxes, may be ob-
Start the lawn by either sod, spond favorably to one-half to one a building in locating e Automatic Data Processing records. tained without cost at any local
plug Or seed. Sod is the immediate inch mowing. The common bermu- Mr. Tomlinson also said that tax- Internal Revenue office.
answer to a ground cover, but costs da does better if kept at least an n Staf toa r-le v e
more than other methods. inch tall. set The ta a r*a. fem mmr..... ... i -
Plucs take only a fraction of St Ai^ ti..dm;t ,n .r..1 l., lr. V ...Y A. A I.'. ..l....:n J r.. T Ata..nd


unargea on Lub ax JLL ... -g -o aW-o Auguso
with collecting ___ $528,759.55 grass as compared with sod. Sprig- best when cut a
Amount added to going takes even less grass and is
Penalty 778.11 quite economical on a do-it-your- centipede and
-Under charged on self budget. h
roll 1,588.62 Seed is rarely used except for high.
TOTAL ROLL -----531,288.01 bermuda, carpet, bahia or rye. Frequency of
Remitted the following: rass important as
School Board ------- 317,425.92 grass. i ort s
County Corn. ----- 170,255.69 Bermuda, St. Augustine, centi- authorities say
Dead Lakes Dist. 7,214.22 pede, and carpet are sprigged on than one-half
County Health Unit 14,428.45 eight to 12 inch centers. Slower- mowing.
St. Joe Fire Unit 1,389.77 owing z should be Ac
SUB TOTAL ------510,714.05 going zoysiagrass should bepoinsettias
Discounts earned 19,768.92 sprigged on four to six inch cen- If poinsettia
E. & L List -------- 805.04 ters, according to University of you'd better ii
TOTAL ROLL -----.. 531,288.01 Florida Experiment Station turf get low, bushy
The Board did then release the workers. blossoms for
Tax Collector from the 1962 Tax
Roll, subject tot he State Audit. If you decide to seed the area, Christmas dec
William J. Rish offered to trade sow two to three pounds of carpet poinsettia plan
the County certain lands for the or bahia seed per 1,000 square feet til mid-August.
present County property in Long- of area. The spring i
view Subdivision. After discussion,about half-ripe
the Board said that this proposi- Plug-set grass and even sprigged about half-ripe
tion will be tabled until such time rows tend to turf up. Frequent make excellent
the Board can inspect the land in mowings and generous bi-monthly pagating this p
questhe Chairman announced thaton applications of nitrogen rich fer- The cutting s
The Chairman announced that a. four to six we


luzer will cause rte grass to level
out.
Keeping the soil moist in be-
tween showers will aid the grass
to grow at top speed and cover the
yard in one growing season.
Lawns may be watered any time
of day during summer. The main
thing is to water lawns carefully
and avoid puddling. Where puddles
of water gather, the grass is likely
to be scalded by sun-heated water.


special meeting will be held on
August 6, 1963 at 6:30 p.m. for
the purpose of discussing the adop.
tion of a tentative budget for the
fiscal year beginning October 1,
1963.
There being no further business,
the meeting did then adjourn.
ATTi o:p.


George Y. Core
Clerk


Leo Kennedy
Vice-Chairman


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months.
Hold the fert
they have been
lier. Roses like
and about all y
keep the watei
venting an atta
diseases.
Being stingy


e generaCy AUUoox
about two inches and
carpet grasses will
one to two inches
f mowing is just as
height of cut. Some
y never cut more
inch of grass per
activities
s are getting leggy,
nch them back. To
plants with more
Thanksgiving and
orations, keep the
ts pinched back un-
lush of hibiscus is
led by now and will
tip cuttings for pro-
popular ornamental.
should root in about
eks and the plants
loom in about nine
ilizer from roses-if
well fertilized ear-
a rest about now
ou can do now is to
r flowing plus pre-
ck from insects and
with the fertilizer


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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -.....- ... 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P..
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ..-...... 7:30 p.m.
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MORNING WORSHIP 11:15 AM.
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"TH STAR, Port St. Joe, PFe. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, i963

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They Wet
Over 100 pretty, bright
young ladies are on duty at
United Nations headquarters to
bid tourists welcome in 26
languages.
Smartly uniformed, in blue,
they form the guide corps that
steers some 4000 visitors a day
along corridors, up and down
escalators and in and out of
handsomely decorated council
chambers during the one-hour
tour of the U.N. complex.
Guide service candidates un--
dergo rigorous screening. They
must be between 20 and 30
years of age, have the equiva-
lent of two years of ccile.se
and, preferably, speak at le.:t
two languages. They take a


come You
three-week training course plus
daily briefings on latest devel-
opments.
Out of the 500 who apply
annually, only about 50 are
chosen. And lest they get stale,
no guide may serve for more
than two years.
Some of the girls notably
the Japanese, Indians and Pa-
kistanis-work in national cos-
tume. In all, about 35 national-
ities are represented. However,
half the corps consists of.girls
as typically Americain as, say,
Seyril Siegel of Columbus,
Ohio, one of the newest guides.
During her five-day, 40-hour
w\e;, each guide conducts an
aver?.ge of four daily tours,


Procedure for Giving Memorial Gifts
To Cancer Society Outlined by ACS

How "memorial gifts" are being location, city, county, state) (3)
contributed by thousands of Flor- Name, address, city, state of de-
idians, in the names of deceased ceased relative to whom Memorial
friends or relatives, to strengthen Card should be sent (4) Donor's
and support the cancer control pro- name, address, city, state to whom
grams which are conducted year- acknowledgement receipt is to be
round by the Florida Division of sent.
the American Cancer Society, is A spokesman for the Society
outlined in a report issued this said that the trend for establish-
week by the Society's Division of- ing a Cancer Memorial Roll Fund
fice in Tampa. started some years ago among
The report points out that me- friends and relatives of bereaved
moral contributions can be m e families. It was their thought that
the giving of tangible gifts would
direct to the local County Unit of provide a sincere token of respect
the American Cancer Society or to and at the same time help support
the Division office, 416 Tampa the fight against cancer, the de-
Street, Tampa 2, Florida. The do- vastating disease which is taking
nor's gift is acknowledged and a the lives of mounting thousands of
receipt issued for tax deduction men, women and children each
purposes. The receipt provides as- year.
surance that the monies will be-
come a part of the Crusade Against
Cancer Fund. This fund is admin-
istered by the American Cancer So- e n
city to meet needs of cancer con-
trol programs-for public and pro-
fessional educational purposes,
cancer research projects and spe-
cial services for unfortunate pat
ients suffering from the disease. 0
An appropriate "Memorial Roll
Card" is then made out in the
name of the deceased and sent to
the immediate family, without
mention of the amount contributed.
Persons who make contributions fl0D Di
by checks (made out to the Ameri- 0UU0
can Cancer Society) or cash, should
provide an accompanying letter
with information as follows: (1) ( 'end The Star to a frlWea.
The amount of contribution (2) --
Full name pf deceased (with last


Social Security Offers Life-time
Protection In Retirement and Death

Lifetime protection-that's what be disabled from an illness or in-
Social Security provides for you jury which is so severe that it
and your family. It provides bene- makes the person unable to do any
fits not only for your retirement in substantial gainful work and the
old age, b u t also payments if you condition must be expected to con-
should die. tinue indefinitely. Disability ben-


According to John V. Carey, Dis-
trict Manager of the Panama City
Social Security Office, changes in
the law over the years now make it
easier to qualify for these benefits.
The length of time an employee or
self-employed person must work in
order to qualify for benefits was
reduced. To .qualify for benefits,
the worker must have credit for
one calender quarter of work un-
der Social Security f o r each year
after 1950 up to the year he be-
comes age 65 or dies. For a woman,
the time is figured up to the year
in which s h e becomes age 62 or
dies. For example, a man who be-
comes age 65 during 1963, meets
the time requirement for being in-
sured if he has credit for 12 quart-
ers or 3 years of work. Similarly, a
woman who is 62 in 1963 needs cre-
dit for the same amount of time to
be insured.
A disabled person under age 65
may qualify for Social Security
benefits in the same amount that
he would otherwise have been en-
titled to receive at age 65, provided
he meets certain requirements. The
basic requirements is that he must
have Social Security work credits
for at least 5 years during a ten-
year period ending in or after the
calendar quarter in which he be-
came disabled. In addition, he must


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calendar months.
Carey pointed out that free pam-
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ity and retirement are available at
the district office located at 1135
Harrison Avenue, Panama City,
(telephone PO 3-5331).

CARD OF THANKS
I would like to express my
thanks and appreciation to my
many friends for the lovely cards,
flowers and visits and other acts
of kindness shown me during my
convalescence following eye sur-
gezy in June.
MRS. W. J. DAUGHTRY


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Gulf County Little Majors Are



Ruuners-Up In District Tourney


The Gulf County Little Major
League All-Star team competed in
the District Six Tournament held
in Panama City the week of Juvly
22-26. League All-Star teams from
Marianna, DeFuniak Springs, Pan-
ama City and Gulf County were
represented in District Six compe-
tition.
In first round action, Gulf Coun-
ty shut out the Bay County Beac i
League team 6-0 on a one-hit per-
formance by Wewahitchka's Willid
Joe Fortner. The Gulf Countian's
committed no errors and managed
nine hits off Beach pitching.
In second round action, Tuesday
night, July 23, the local All-Stars
eliminated was supposedly was one
of the stronger entries in the tour-'


Inament, the Fred Bishop League
All-Stars from Panama City.
Trailing by six runs going into
the sixth inning, the Fred Bishop
nine had collected one hit per in-
ning, but was unable to group the
safeties for a rally. They got a
couple of walks and cashed in for
four hits including a two-run do)u-
ble by Freddie York, for five runs
before being retired. The winning
Gulf County Stars collected only
one hit off five Fred Bishop pitch-
ers. Twelve walks and three errors
gave the winners their six runs.
They scored four runs on six walks
and a hit batter in the fifth in-
ning. A walk, two wild pitches and
a throwing error gave Gulf County
what proved to be the winning run


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in the sixth. sv n
Gulf County had to wait seven games played. Fortner,
innings Thursday night in the semi- games played Forter, gain-
final round, for Central League ing his second tourney win, limited
from'Panama City to make a mis- Central to one lone hit, a bunt sin-
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take. Two errors with two men ou
in the top of the seventh allowed
winning pitcher Willie Joe Fortne
and Donald Capps on base. Jak
Lewis, who had two of Gulf's fou
safeties, cracked a single up the
middle, but a strong throw from
center field held Fortner at third
Fortner then scored on a ground
ball to third which was played a
home too late.
The winners also won their sec
ond round game on four hits, bu
played good defensive ball, corn
mitting their only tio errors in


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THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1963


BEACH TI
Robert Lynn
son.
WEWA Y.


CHAMPIONSHIP GAME land, Willie
DeFuniak Springs defeated Gulf ny Ray McG
County, 5-1, to brea kan eight-year HIGHLAN]
title drought and take home the Donald Capp
District Six Little Major League Jimmy Roge:
baseball championship in Panama The runne
City Friday night. trophy for ta
They collected eight hits off two the tourney.


GERS-Buddy Boyette,
and Shelly Ray Atkin-

'ANKEES-Ken Strick-
Joe Fortner and John-
ill.
D VIEW SHARKS-
ps, J. W. Lewis and
rs.
rs-up won a beautiful
making second place in


One of those strange, inex-
plicable decisions by Congress
will probably result in the
American housewife paying a
great deal more for foodstuffs.
For a long time, the labor
barons have been trying to
organize the -- .
it i n e r a a t
farm "orkers .,
who culli- ;
vate and bar-
v est f he
crops in the
Western par-.
of Ihe nation. -.f~
principally .
California.
Most of C.W. Harder
this work requires what is
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Gulf county pitchers and gave win- Americanas workers, enjoying
ning hurler Sammy Rachels error- CeMsus BUreau unemployment compensation,
- less backing. Census and relief checks, are very re-
it With two out in the sixth, Ra- A f luctant to engage in. For many
t With two out in the sixth, ru- years there has existed a for-
- chels was tagged for a home run- Aids Seekers of mal arrangement whereby
n the second of the meet-byGulf Birth Mexican labor, experienced in
County reliever Jake Lewis. It was Birth C f agricultural work, have been
Birth C ificatesUI~j brought into the nation during
the first run the DeFuniak crew theb harvest seasons, paid ac-
surrendered in the tourney, cording to standards set up by
Lewis took over for starter and Last year, more than 12,000 res- government, housed and fed
loser Donald Capps in the second idents of Florida turned to the according to a prescribed code.
inning when Capps could not si- Bureau of the Census, U. S. Depart- *
lence the bigDeFunak bats. ment of Commerce, for help in pro- iecer200,000m workers he expave
Gulf County posed its only ser- ving where and when they were been used annually.
ious threat in the top of the fifth born, the Bureau reported today. *
when Eddie Jones led off with his They needed proof of age to collect This has distressed labor
team's second hit of the game. He social security and other retire- barons who have tried for
team's second hit of the game. He mentt years to convert farm labor in-
Itook second and third on two wild meant benefits. They needed it to to dues paying union members.
pitches. obtain passports. They needed it to *
Buddy Boyette drew a walk and qualify for jobs carrying certain But as long as this Mexican
stole second, but both men were age or citizenship requirements. labor, known as braceross,"
stole second, but both men were _was available, the labor bosses
left stranded when Rachels fanned They needed it for some forms of were stymied. Thus, the labor
the next three batters, insurance, leaders enlisted the support of
These persons who requested as- that peculiar clique composed
The Gulf County defense com- distance from the Census Bureau of sob sisters, sociologists, and
mitted four errors after making various mendicants who never
only two in the first three games. last year were among an estimated planted a crop or harvested
ntinner Th ns Theaim 20 million Uuited States residents one and thus know nothing
oDinner To Honor Team g@ National Federation of Independent Busines
A dinner will be given to the who are without proof of age or
Gulf County Little Major League birthplace. The historical records
All-Stars by David Carl Gaskin in of the Census Bureau provide the
Wewahitchka, Saturday, August 3 only acceptable source of this in- to the Personal Census Service
at 7:00 p.m. formation for many of these peo- Branch, Bureau of the Census, Pit-
Members-of the Gulf County Lit- ple. Since its beginning in 1790, tsburg, Kansas, for an application
tle Major League All-Star team the U. S. Census has identifying form. A fee of $3.00 is charged for
wetlre asjor League 'All-Starows team data for almost 350 million per- a search of not more than two cen-
WEWA GIANTS-Jerry Gaskin, sons, many of them listed several suses for one person and for one
Phillip Dean and Eddie Jones. times in separate times in separate copy of the information found.
WHITE CITY CUBS-Greg Wes- censuses. The Bureau has provided Additional copies cost $1.00 each.
ton and Charles Causey. copies of these records to about An expedited search costs $4.00.
HIGHLAND VIEW GIANTS three and one-half million people, Expedited searches are usually
Charlie Lewis, Donald Ray Baker as legal proof of age, place of birth within a few days while the rou-
and Robert Keel. citizenship, or kinship, tine $3.00 search may take up to
Persons seeking such a record 30 days, depending upon the back-
for social security purposes, write log of requests.
am Am15 Aom? IN-


The personal information in the
records of the 1900 and later Cen-
suses is confidential by law and
may be furnished only upon the
written request of the person to
whom it relates or, for a proper
purpose, a legal representative
such as a guardian or administra-
tor of an estate. Information re-
garding a child who has not reach-
ed legal age may be obtained upon
the written request of either par-
ent.
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about the problem, and pre-
vailed upon Congress to end
the agreement with Mexico.
Thus, all attention will be
focused on California when the
needs for harvest labor reach
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alone, there is over a million
tons of tomatoes, a half mil-
lion tons of peaches, more than
2Y million tons of grapes, not
to mention pears, apricots, and
other crops which mustbe picked
and processed when ripe.
It is expected that the unions
will now have a field day, and
either crops will rot in the
fields and orchards unharvest-
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*
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know nothing about the prob-
lem to listen to the propaganda.
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THE STAR 'BobSikes reports
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R.RAmsExY Editor and Publisher RAILROAD'S PROBLEM The-pects are that the initial fund of
AlESo LnotyE Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist. Reporter, Ptoef President's recommendations for $30,000 needed for test borings and
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department the solution of the railroad prob- other pre-development data will be
DIAL 227-3161 POSTOFFICE Box 308 lem is probably the most accepta- approved by ARA. It is proposed
ble one of several alternatives. It that a dam be built to maintain a
Entered as second-clas matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe. would avoid the problems of a ser- constant water level in the chain
nte second da, under A of Mh S. 1879Po Por. ious nation-wide strike. Moderni- of lakes which now make up the
zation has come to the railroads Deadening Lakes area and that
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABL IN ADVANCE and personnel formerly required, recreational facilities for hunting
ONE YEAR, 3. O SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS, $27.0 such as coal shoveling firemen, are and fishing and other sports be
no longer considered necessary. developed in the area. However,
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the pubUAbelar A long drawn-out legal battle by the subterranean structure of the
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount reeeiwd for the railroads to eliminate person- area is such that some geologists
advertisement, nel has been fought through the do not believe that water could be
1.i1 8TAR. Port St. Joe. Fiorlc. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, <963 courts and through the executive held in the lakes during dry sea-
agencies of government. All have sons even though a dam were con-
ruled that the railroads can release structed. It is necessary that this
TO MOVE. OR NOT TO MOVE? these workers. This has produced knowledge be obtained before
threat of a rail strike which would development is undertaken.
be almost suicidal for unions and BRAG SECTION CONTINUED
This is the question that will face the Gulf County management. The already serious It is pleasing to note a number
voters concerning the County Seat after a petition is pre- problem of competition would cer- of additional editorials in major
scented to the County Board by a group of tax-payers. tainly worsen from a strike. We Florida newspapers complimenting
sented to the County Board by a group otax-payers would see trucks, automobiles, bus- me on my tenure of office. Among
There has been talk for some 10 years concerning the es and airlines taking more of the these are the FLORIDA TIMES
relocation of the county seat to better serve the mass of the railroad's traffic. The recommend- UNION, THE MIAMI NEWS, THE
population of Gulf County, but only once did it come close ed course of action avoids enforced LAKELAND LEDGER, THE PALM
to coming to a vote .. and this one time was ensnared in arbitration which was resisted by BEACH POST, and THE ST. PETE-
legal jargon to such an extent that the question never came the unions, and avoids seizure of RSBURG EVENING INDEPEN-
toal harthe railroads which would accom- DENT.
to a head. plish nothing.
Now the county is faced with some expenditure for ma- COpishUNIST COOPERATION
jor construction. At long last and to everyone's TELEVISION
The county must build a new jail. surprise, a quick agreement has TELEV I l
And in building such an item as a jail, which is neces- been reached with the Soviet Un- Black & White and Color
sarily built sturdy and substantial, it must cost a good bit ion on a nuclear test ban. This
per square foot. And in having to put forth such an expen- comes after years of frustrating Stereo Air Conditioning
diture it is also only good sense that a large enough facility disappointments, and apparently is
be built to serve in the foreseeable future with some room motivated ssian desire to p Service Calls, $3.00
to spare, experts believe we have actually Al work guaranteed
Because of these reasons, the new jail has been roughly reached a cold war turning point; ST OE RADIO
estimated at a cost of around $200,000.00. that the Soviet Union's serious JOE RADI
This is a major expenditure that should not be made ldealogical break with Communist & TV COMPANY
at the moment if the county seat is to be moved. And the China has caused Russia to seek Phone 227-4081
time for deciding is now, before the expenditure is made. bona fide cooperation extended to
Moving a county seat is unique in that those who pay the United States must be recogni-
the taxes must petition for its movement. In other words, zed as a marriage of convenience.
those who will have to foot the bill for the move, must ask No one really anticipates that
for it. The county is then bound by law to hold a referendum workable and lasting agreements
to see if the people as a whole want to move it. now that with the Soviet Union can be relied
on. There have been too many dis-
those who will have to foot the bill have agreed to do so 'by appointing conferences, too many
asking for a move. broken pledges. We should take POWDER POST'
Moving a county seat isn't easy. advantage of any lessening of ten- BEETLES
There hasn't been one moved in Florida in 50 years. sions which is offered, but we call
Many legal ramifications stare those who would advocate should continue to keep our pow- _
changing the Gulf county seat, squarely in the face. But der drSPINNING OUR WHEELS
they desire to have it moved to the extent of going through Congress is grinding away on the for the sake of your home
all of the slow, necessary steps to bring about their desires, proposed Civil Rights bills. That
A petition will be circulated beginning this week by the means Congress is spinning its
proponents of relocating the county seat asking for signa- wheels instead of accomplishing
tures of tax payers which calls for the County Commission things that are needed. Much more
harm has been done in the name of :< > )T'
to hold a referendum of the voters on relocating the county ivil Rights through legislation
seat. Any community in the county desiring to be included and court orders than can possibly
in the selection as the Gulf County seat may petition to have be accomplished for good. Certain-
the name of their community on the ballot. ly, the proposed Civil Rights mea-
This question of whether or not to relocate the county sures will not solve the problems L ': i .
seat has been hanging fire long enough. It is time that it betehniquthe has long been to create
is to be decided, problems and then to gain concess- V L- OU BE
ions in the solution of those pro-
blems. I am sure some racial dem- \VHi-N YOU
J Lik d To Dr onstrations were promoted in this
Johnny Liked o Drive country to create trouble and to in M
A volve the participation of the Un- HOM =
Johnny was a fine young man. ited States Government. They have
left bitterness instead of good; cha.
He studied hard, posted good grades and was considered s instead of
a leader in high school. His parents, rightfully, were proud tion forces should never be used to r
of him. And the neighbors still will tell you he was a "model" bail out those responsible.
son. US 98 TO BE REBUILT ,.
But Johnny had a craving a craving that prevails I am advised by Billy Mayo,
among thousands of Johnnys today. And among their par- State Road Board Member, that the
entsg too. Okaloosa County Commission and
S oo s the State Road Department are in
You could almost call it a disease. Often it is fatal complete accord procedure for ob-
It was for Johnny. training the necessary right of way I
Because Johnny liked to drive, for rebuilding U. S. Highway 98,
Fast. east of Destin. The State Road De- B'
Yes, speed killed Johnny. It killed nearly 13,000 other apartment expects to begin con.-
struction in the Fall. Barring delay-
people in this country, too, according to a recent survey. ing tactics, articularly need-
Speed caught up with Johnny when he was returning ed improvements can now be antic-
from a high school prom. He approached a sharp curve at ipated within a short time, and one
precisely 66 miles-an-hour. of the outstanding scenic attrac-
They buried Johnny three days later. tions of the area will be preserved. -
And they buried the girl who had been his date for the S DEADENING A LAKES o f a f -
evening. Someone in ARA went off half- t
evni cocked and rejected the Deadening
Friends were shocked. Stunned neighbors poured out Lakes Recreational development. Long day? The next time you
sympathy to the grief-stricken families. I am glad to say this has now been take your bus ride home,
Months have passed since the accident. But Johnny's put back on the track. The pros- thin. how nice t would be


father thinks often of his son.
Most of all his dad recalls the days before Johnny was
old enough to hold a license those days when he was
teaching Johnny to drive.
And his dad knows only too well who was responsible
for Johnny's insatiable craving for speed.

The latest joke among East Berliners, according to a
letter from one published in a West Berlin newspaper: "Will
trade luxurious lakeside villa for hole in the wall."


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ed; $40.00 mo., unfurnished. Phone Gaillard at 227-8396. FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur-
227-8111. t -13 FOR RENT: Two one bedroom cot- nished apartment with garage.
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished tages, furnished on 9th St. Also 1206 Palm Blvd. Apply at 1208
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave. 2 bedroom unfurnished apt. Call Palm, or call 7-7431. 4tp-7-18
Phone 227-7421. tfc-4-28 227-5111 or call by Smith's Phar-
macy. tfc FOR RENT: Garage apartment.
FOR RENT: Trailer space in Oak furnished. $55.00 month. No util-
Grove. Sewer and water. $14.00 FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish- ities paid. 1015 Monument Ave.
month. Phone L. C. Davis, 227-7059. ed house located at 522 Third Phone 227-7396. B. C. Gaillard, 1009


Monument Avenue.
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
garage apartment at 514% 7th
Street. Walter Jhonson, phone 227-
7766. tfc-7-24
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment at 522%2 Third St. In-
quire at 1904 Garrison Ave., or
phone 227-8642. tfc-8-1
FOR RENT: Large house trailer.
10x45. 2 bedrooms, 1e bath. Lo-
cated St. Joe Beach. $50.00 per
month. Water furnished. Call 648-
4344. tfe8-1l
FOR SALE: Lots. Jonesville. $50.00
to $500.00. Cash or terms. Call
227-8712 or write Box 333, Port St.
Joe. 4tp-7-24
FOR SALE: 14 ft. PanaCraft run
about and trailer. Equipped with
windshield and steering wheel. See
at 1707 Garrison Ave. or phone
227-5886. tfc.6-27


laige, stable town home of U. of
K. For information, inventory of
equipment, pictures, contact Mrs.
Jean Arnold, 229-3201 or 6438423V.
JOB WANTED: Full or part time
work in home. Contact Betty
Marie Lee, 258 Avenue F. ltc
FOR SALE: Willys 4-wheel drive
Jeep with top. Call 227-5086. ltp
MELP WANTED: Man to succeed
Rawleigh Dealer in Gulf County
Po rt St. Joe and nearby. Over
25 preferred and car necessary. Can
earn $125 and up per week from
start. Write Rawleigh, Dept. FAHI
100-1145, Memphis, Tenn. 8tp-8-1
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 227-7011
for quick expert service. tfec
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.


The Tattler
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL b ,% .

Published by 2
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
PH,.,N SALL v-461
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a Y 8
little fun"
BOVL18
a2ORE PERSONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
GLADYS S. GILL -------_ Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
RUTHKEELS Sportswear and Hosiery


FOR SALE: 4 bedroom home, 2,000 IT'S EASY AND SAFE TO MOVE MARTIN BRACKIN
feet floor space. 2 full baths, THE MAYFLOWER WAYI HAROLD KEELS
large fenced back yard, garage and Aero Mayflower Transit Company
utility. Close to school. Well tab- places a complete nation-wide long Dear Friends:
lished landscaping. 1027 Long Ave. distance moving service at your
Contact Ed Ramsey. command! Whether your move is Many of our friends will wel-
FOR SALE: Three bedroom, 1% a few hundred miles or thousands, come the announcement that a
bath home with living room and the Mayflower System assures sat- Mede-To-Your Measure Clo'hilg
den. Move in with very small down isfactory service. If you're planning now available at Boyes every
payment. Call Dr. R. E. King Ph to move why not call your local is now available at oyles evry
227-3611. t-7- Mayflower agents, SU It PLUS day We've searched the tLi- intL
SALES of S. JOE, Today. Just market and finally found a Liuc
FOR SALE: 2 story unfurnished a Phone 227-2011. Across Irum the made to fit your pockctboo; as.
bedroom home, 1508 Long Ave., Post Office. ,
$5,500. Also, furnished 2 bedroom Iwell as your body We're fak-
brick home and small apartment, SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0, ing a real short mark-up to l.rin
1031 Long Ave., $11,000. Phone O. F.-lects second and fourth you values you've never had ibe
6484128. Mia .,Thursdays, U;00 p.m. iu Anicrican
64Legion hail. All members urged to fore in made-to-measure clhun.g
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on St. attend. ($49.50 and up).
Joe Beach. Carport and storage Noble Grand: Emmett Daniel) We've only time and space to
room, cypress paneled thruout. Will Secretary: J. C. Martin. ... ,;.. n.. r ..... f II i,.. ....:i i


finance. Call J. C. Traweek at 227-
5927 after 5 p.m. or week ends.
FOR SALE: Two bedroom mason-
ry home located 606 Garrison
Ave. Hardwood floors, separate
dining room, paneled kitchen, tile
bath, floor furnace heat, attic fan.
$500 total cash. Balance $76 month.


For further mformaution caln l u
Thompson, Jacksonville collect, day
PO 4-1711, night 353-9931. tf.7-11
UNCLAIM REPAIRS: We have 3
Singer sewing machines that
I were unclaimed. Pay repair bill of
S$14.63. These machines are in ex-
cellent shape. Write service mana-
ger, 280 North Palafox Street, Pen-
sacola. 4tc-7-18
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 pm.
at Parish House, 309% 6th St Port
St Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3331 for
further information or write P. 0.
Box 535.
OPENINGS for women. If you want
work but cannot give full time
there is a splendid income oppor-
tunity for you with Avon. Write
Mrs. Dorothy Martin, Avon Mana-
ger, P. 0. Box 3345, MSS, Tallahas-
see, Fla. tfc-7-24

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
A well established Westinghouse
laundromat, fully equipped, includ-
ing a branch office for dry clean-
ing and finished laundry, this is a
drop-off pick up service. Owner will
RIDA finance at a reduced rate, so he
may attend college full time this
fall. Located at Lexington, Ky. A


0 UR FIRST ST ORE WIDE SALE!



Surplus Sales of St. Joe




August Clearance Sale!


Thursday, August 1 Through Saturday, August 10


DRASTIC REDUCTIONS ON ENTIRE STOCK! MUST MAKE ROOM FOR NEW SHIPMENTS


USED BARGAINS OTHER SALE BARGAINS -
Bedroom Suites -------start at 39.95 WAS SALE PRICE
Dressers------------start at 14.95 One New Redwood
Dressers start at 14.95 Table, Four Benches --- 29.95 24.95
Tables -------------- start at 2.00 One New
Couches and Sofa Beds -- start at 14.95 Huner Rollaway Fan -- 38.50 34.95
Four New Outdoor
Upholstered Chairs -------start at 3.95 3-Piece Chair Sets --- 15.50 12.50
Coil and Box Springs -----start at 3.95 Large New
Chifferobes ------start at 3:95 Reclining Chair ----47.50 39.50
DietteSuites--------- startat 17.50 Coffee Table- 8.50 7.50Redwood
Dinette Suites -----start at 17.50 Coffee Table 8.50 7.50


FOLLOWING SALES FINAL


Television Sets ----- from 19.95 (Some repairs needed)
(Some repairs needed) Gas Ranges -------from 19.95
Refrigerators ------from 24.50 Electric Ranges -----from 24.50
(Some repairs needed) (Some need slight repairs)
Automatic Washers ---- from 24.50 Hot Water Heaters --------from 24.50

MAKE YOUR PLANS NOW TO ATTEND THIS GIGANTIC SALE. WE DELIVER!



Surplus Sales of St. Joe


S201 Monument Avenue Phone 227-2011


Across from the Post Office


_____________ -. -. IiUllUll a L Y Uo l IIewo m L azntli VaJ
ies to be had at Boyles this week
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of end. Thirgs are moving at a fast
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, It. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. AU visit pace vnd we'll make it sh"rt and
ing companions welcome. snappy.
Edgar L. Smith, Iligh Priest -
Roy L. Burch, Secretary Values up to $39,99
THERE WILL BE a regular corn. Entire stock men's
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first S fu-ilmer SuitS
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.

ROBERT L. CREAMER, W.M. IL
ROY K .BLACKSHEAR, Sec. Values up to $24.50
Entire stock Men's
LEGAL ADVERTISING
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S PORT COA IS
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. 12 00
In Re: Estate of --
A. D. LAWSON,
deceased. Values up to $8.99
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Entire stock Men's Summer
All creditors of the estate of A.
D.'Lawson, deceased, are hereby h EC PAMTS
notified and required to file any DRESS P l I
claims or demands which they may n guaranteed wash and wear
have against said estate in the of- guaranteed wash and wear
fice of the County Judge of Gulf fabrics Now Only
County, Florida, in the Courthouse .n & a
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within $3,99 & $5.99
six (6) calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand must New Shipment (Special' Porchase)
be in writing and must state the 1 10 Dozen Men's Van Heusen
place or residence and post office f
of the claimant and must be sworn SPORT SHIRTS
to by the claimant, his agent, or
his attorney, or it will become void Button collars, Taper shape
according to law.
/s/ EUZA K. LAWSON
Executrix of the Estate of 3OF *
A. D. Lawson, deceased. PRE-TICKETED PRICE
SILAS R. STONE
321 Reid Avenue 4t-7-18 Boys
Port St. Joe, Florida Si
Attorney for Executrix Summer
REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS Values up to $14.99
FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION
The City Registration books will t
open at 9:00 A.M., Thursday, Au- $4.9y to $8.99
gust 1, 1963, at the office of the
City Clerk at the City Hall. Those All Summer
wishing to register as voters far
the Municipal Election primary to DRESS SHOES
be held on September 10, 1963, may
register between the hours of 9:00 Also Casuals and Flats
A.M. and 12:00 Noon, and from
1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday Reduced 33 !/3%
through Friday and from 9:00 A.M.
to 12:00 Noon on Saturday, begin-
ning August 1, and continuing All Men's and Ladies
through 5:00 o'clock P.M., Friday,
August 30, 1963, at which time the SW I W EA
registration books will close. All SW IMWEAR
persons who have registered as I
electors in the City of Port St. Joe ReduCed 33 1/3%
since February 4, 1959, are not re- ug3 /
quired to re-register. Citizens of Yes, SUMMER SAVINGS IN EV-
the United States who are qualified ERY DEPARTMENT! You'll buy
voters under the State Law, and prom-
who have been residents of the mo fr less at Boyes. We prom-
City of Port St. Joe for six months ise you a little extra Tattle in next
and who are twenty-one years of cloumn Bless your hearts!
age are eligible for registration. S'long. RGB
J. B. WILLIAMS 3t
City Auditor and Clerk --.


3t-7-24


NO. 1
Drive-In Theatre
Apalachicola
OPEN 7 NIGHTS A WEEK

Thursday and Friday
August 1 and 2

'Mystery Submarine'


SATURDAY, AUG. 3
DOUBLE FEATURE -

'Bucket of Blood'

'Night of Blood Beast'


Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed.
August 4, 5, 6 and 7

"H UD "'


with PAUL NEWMAN


IT Lingerie
Men's and Boys Wear
Shoes for the Family

A New Service
Available At


Tel. 227-4261 Port St. Joe

Call GLENN BOYLES
for evening appointment
(35 years clothing experience)


'

$49.50 UP MADE TO
YOUR MEASUREMENTS


HUNDREDS

> of 'New Fabrics
on Display

Multi-Colored Worsteds
Olive Gabardines
Imported Silks
Ivy Checks and Plaids
University Flannels
Velour Topcoatings
Saxony Sportcoatings

Newest Color Slacks
If it's a New color, a
New weave, or a New
idea in clothes for men,
you see it here. Made to
y o u r measure. Priced
Low.


BOYLES
222 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Fla.

/s/ GEORGE T. WARD


IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S Executors
COURT, GULF COUNTY, SILAS R. STONE
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. 321 Reid Avenue 4t
In Re: Estate of Port St. Joc, Florida 8 1
ELL JERNIGAN WARD, Attorney for Executors
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Ela 0 S L E
Jernigan Ward, deceased, are her'- S L
by notified and required to L. -!
any claims or demands which the' 12 ROOM BOARDING
may have against said estate ii IIOUS1']
the office of the County Judg.e oA
Gulf County, Florida, n tthe court- Located at the comer of
house at Wewahitchka, Florida, Monument and Sixth Sts.
within six (6) calendar months
from the date of the first publica- $750.00 cash. Building must
tion of this notice. Each claim or be removed from the prem-
demand must be in writing and ses within ninety days by
must state the place or residence ses w ety days by
and post office address of the cli- the purchaser.
mant and must be sworn to by tihe
claimant, his agent, or his iitorney,
or it will become void according FRiAME STORE
/s/ IASSEY J. WARD BUILDING
-- 30' x C', with 12 bed-


Taylor's Seafood Grihi
Now Offering
CURB SERVICE
Try Our Delicious
FISH SANDWICH
and All Other Seafoods
Seafood Platter $1.75
On Highway 98
for fast service call 229-9036


rooms upstairs, located cor-
ner Reid and Third St. $1,-
000.00 cash. Building must
be removed from the prem-
ises within ninety days by
the purchaser.

See
SILAS R. STONE
or call 227-7161


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Miss Patricia Anne Griswold Becomes

Bride of Cecil McQueen Bates, June 29


Miss Patricia Anne Griswold,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Griswold, became the bride of Ce-
cil McQueen Bates in an impressive
double ring ceremony at St. James
Episcopal Church Saturday, June
29. The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. end Mrs. W. C. Bates ox N,'r-
way, South Carolina.
The Rev. Harry L. Babbit per-
formed the two o'clock ceremony
before an altar decorated with
vases filled with white gladiolus
and carnations. The tall candle
holders held burning white tapers
Nuptial music was presented by
Mrs. Tom Alsobrook.
The lovely bride, given in
marriage by her father, was
wearing a floor length wedding


gown of white scalloped lace and
tulle over satin. The fitted bod-
ice was complemented with long
lace sleeves, high scooped neck,
with tiny satin covered buttons
down the back. The floor length
bouffant skirt was acented with
a white bridal satin cummer-
bund which formed a rose with
streamers in the rear. Her fin-
gertip veil of illusion was at-
tached to a crown of white satin
and seed pearls. She carried a
fan shaped bouquet of white car-
nations and stephanotis.
The maid of honor, her only at-
tendant, was Miss Beth Williams.
She wore a dress of orchid chiffon
over taffeta with matching lace
jacket. The, orchid tiara and eye-


length veil of illusion was accented
by seed pearls over the crown.
Gene York of Watertown, South
Dakota served as the groom's best
man.
Immediately following the cere-
mony, a reception was held in the
Parish House of the Church. The
bride's service table featured a
three tiered cake topped with wed-
ding bells in the center of a table
covered with a white organdy cloth.
Silver candelabras held lighted
candles. The cake was cut and ser-
ved by Miss Peggy Pyle. The punch
was served by Miss Pat Williams.
The bride's book was kept by
Mrs. Bruce Miner.
The bride was born in Nashville,
Tennessee. She graduated from
Port St. Joe High School and Jones
College of Jacksonville.
Mr. Bates was born and reared
in Norway, South Carolina. He gra
duated from Norway High School
in 1960. He is presently stationed
at Cecil Field Naval Air Station in
Jacksonville. His parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Bates, were unable to
attend because of illness in the
family.


r.. : *When the couple left for a
short honeymoon trip before re-
turning to Jacksonville, Mrs.
SBates was wearing a navy blue
suit with white accessories.
Out of town guests attending the
wedding were: Mrs. Cleo Guest of
Nashville, Tenn., grandmother of
the bride; Mrs. Betty Shaw of
Huntsville, Alabama; Major and
Mrs. Charlie Ware of Panama City;
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Miner of Seat-
Stie, Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Gene
York of Watertown, South Dakota.
-0 I Return From Visit
| Rev. and Mrs. Luther Carden
and sons, Bryan and George, will
leave today to return to their home
S, in Hartselle, Ala., after visiting
here with Mr. Carden's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Carden.
Visits In Tuscaloosa
Miss Suzette Bateman, daughter
oi Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Bateman has
Returned home after visiting in
Tuscaloosa, Ala., with her grand-
mother, Mrs. E. M. Brown.
Visit With Johnson's
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson
and three sons from West Palm
Beach spent 10 days here recently
i,, 'visiting Mr. Johiison's mother, Mrs.
Joe Johnson.




INSURANCE


Is An Exacting Science, Too


Return From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Britt and
daughter, Jeanine have returned
home after spending three weeks
vacationing in Washington, D. C.,
points of interest in Virginia and
New Orleans, La.
Visiting Grandfather
Bill Hendrix is visiting his grand-
father, J. M. Hendrix, for three
weeks in Frisco City, Alabama.
---- --------_
Leaving On Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Elizey and
sons, Lee and Bobby will leave
Monday to visit Mr. Ellzey's mo-
ther in St. Augustine.


rHE STAR. Port 8it Joe, Floride

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 196


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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


ii


WELCOMES STATE PRESIDENT-Miss Judy Carter,
above left, President of Theta Rho Club No.. 10, Port St.
Joe is shown above as she welcomed Miss Sa nidra Flee-
ger, of West Palm Beach, right, President of Theta Rho
Clubs of Florida to a tea in her honor held in Port St.
Joe last week at the American Legion Home.



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that YOU can be SUEDI Someone may
have an accident on property you own
That someone can sue you, his claim can
WIPE YOU OUT unless you're pro-
perly insured!


AT A MINIMUM COST


LIABILITY INSURANCE


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"Where but in print can you [ for future marketing, any of
get so close to the advertising the colorful food ideas which
messages that interest you? strike her fancy?
Where else can a woman clip And where else can she circle
the coupons and recipes that and compare the colors and
intrigue her? Or tear out tips styles of clothing and fur-
to try on leftovers? Ormiark, nishings that appeal to her?


FIRE BONDS


Tomlinson Insurance Agency
403 Monument Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida


* DON'T YOU READ BEFORE YOU BUY?
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Where else, in fact, can any,
message be re-run at will by
an interested audience?
So make sure a good part of'
youradvertising message gets
into print. Let somebody's
eyes linger over it as long as


they like. Let somebody's
scissors clip it frecofcompeti-
tion. And then watch some-
one's pc,(ket or purse carry
it to Ihe place o[ purcltase.
Print i makes sense because
print makes sales..


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