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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 15, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with It
once in a while-Trade with
yoJr home town merchantel


TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA,


THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1963


t l g Construction To Begin August 22


Contract Let For Construction Of




Natural Gas System In Port St. Joe


Local ..Drum Major Honored At Band. Leadership Camp.

Local Drum Major Honored At Band Leadership Camp


Bob Antley, Port St. Joe High School drum
major, attended classes in music theory taught by
Dr. Joseph White; marching fundamentals taught
by Richard Mayor; drum majoring, also taught by
Mr. Mayor for drum major of FSU; band leader-
ship led by. Dr. Manley Whitcomb and show plan-
ning and chart reading led by Robert Braunengle.
The Marching Band Leadership Camp was
held August 4 through 9 held at the campus of


Florida State University in Tallahassee.
Bob was chosen as an instructor for drum
majoring class. He was recognized by Dr. Karl 0.
Kuresteiner, Dean of the School of Music at FSU
at luncheon Friday for leadership ability.
There were about 350 students at the march-
ing band and twirling camps.
Pictured above are the students at the camp
with Bob Antley pictured front row center.


Music Show Planned
At Mexico Beach
Bill Lyles, president of the Tri-
Beach Association announced this
week that under his group's spon-
sorship, a country and gospel music
variety show is coming to Mexico
Beach Labor Day week end.
Loy McCormick, veteran promot-
er, has put together an outstand-
ing show with top ranked talent.
The country music fans will delight
to the music of the Dell Reeves'
band and Otis Stempton and The
Showmen. Both of these groups,
with Grand 'Ole Opry backgrounds,
have entertained audiences thru-
out the Southland and the West.
Otis Stempton's; group recently
played a long date in Carson City,
Nev., sharing the billing with the
Sunshine Boys.
Advance tickets are now on sale
at the Rainbow Motel on Mexico
Beach and by Mrs. Jean Arnold at
the Pridgeon Insurance Agency.

Visiting Relatives
Misses Hannah and Patty Gaskin,
Aberdeen, Miss., spent Monday and
Tuesday visiting with friends and
relatives here.


Clayton Infant DPies
In Municipal Hospital
Little Linda Darnell Clayton,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Em-
mett A. Clayton of Oak Grove pas-
sed away at the Municipal Hospi-
tal Sunday morning. She was seven
hours old.
Survivors include / her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett A. Clayton;
three brothers, Emmett Lamar,
Danny Jefferson and William
Glendwood; one sister, Brenda Sue
grandparents, Alva Clayton and
Mrs. Jamie McDaniel of Chattahoo-
chee and Mrs. R. J. Pittman of Oak
Grove.
Graveside services were held at
IUlly Hill Cemetery Monday at
4:00 p.m. Rev. Harvey Ferrell, pas-
tor of the Oak Grove Assembly of
God Church officiated.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.

Funeral Services Held for
Mrs. Mildred E. Conoley
Funeral services for Mrs. Mil-
dred E. Conoley, age 44, who died
at the Municipal Hospital last Fri-
day, were held Sunday at 2:00 p.m.
from the Shilo Methodist Church
with the Rev. Floyd Dennis and the
Rev. Arthur Fussell conducting.
Burial was in the church ceme-
tery.
Survivors include her husband,
Roy E. Conoley; two sons, Glenn
D. and Roy E. Jr., and one daugh-
ter, Brenda, all of Port St. Joe;
her mother, Mrs. H. V. Teat of
Blountstown; one sister, Mrs. Mit-
chell Pitts of Port St. Joe; and one
brother, Raymond V. Teat of Excel.
sior Springs, Mo.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.

'Reception 'Planned for
Port St. Joe Teachers
A reception for Port St. Joe
teachers will be held on Sunday,
August 25 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.,
sponsored by the Port St. Joe Jay-
cees. This is an annual event with
the Jaycees.
The reception will be held in
the Stac House.
All teachers of the Port St. Joe
schools are expected to be on
hand to meet parents of the city.
Everyone is invited to attend as
guests of the Jaycees and meet the
honor guests. Punch and cookies
will be served at the occasion.
School Board members and coun-
ty officials will also be guests of
the Jaycees at this time


Judge W. L. Fitzpatrick held a
preliminary hearing Monday of this
week for Freddie Lee Pitts, 22 a
soldier with the 562nd Transporta-
tion Company on maneuvers at
Port St. Joe, Wilbur Lee, 28 of
Port St. Joe and Lambson Smith,
Jr., 20, also with the 562nd Trans-
portation Company in connection
with the robbery-kidnap-murder of
Jesse Burkett, age 50 and Grover
Floyd, Jr., 28, two weeks ago to-
day.
Also appearing before Judge
Fitzpatrick was Matthew Stallworth
charged in the July 29 slaying of
Arthur G. Leavins.
Judge Fitzpatrick was asked by
Lee and Pitts to provide a court-
appointed attorney to defend them.
-Fitzpatrick appointed Fred Turner
of PadiB'na (CjiT to defend the two
Negroes. A third defendant in the
case, Lambson Smith, said that he
would secure his own attorney.
The judge appointed Attorney Ce-
cil G. Costin, Jr., of Port St. Joe
to defend Stallworth on his
charge.
A Grand Jury convened this
morning to consider whether or
not to offer "true bills" in the two
murder cases which will probably
be tried in the Fall term of court
next week if the "true bills" are
handed down.
CONFESSIONS
Lee and Pitts have confessed to
their part in the crime according
to the Sheriff's Department. Four
other Negroes are being held as
material witnesses in the case un-
der $2,500 bond in the Gulf County
jail.
According to investigators, the
two confessors said that they robb-
ed the Mo-Jo Station at Highland
View Friday morning, August 2,
and took Burkett, station attend-
ant and Floyd, a customer at the
station near the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany canal on thd Howard Creek
Road, JtbleMwith a car jack and
then shdo TIR ~n the head.
Warrants were issued last Wed-
nesday (apparently late in the day
since The Star called the Sherif's
office last Wednesday evening at
4:00 p.m. and were informed that
no further action in the case had
been taken) by Gulf County Judge
Sam Husband charging the three
Negroes with first degree murder.
Working on the case were the
Gulf County Sheriff's Department,
Bay County Sheriff's Department,
Panama City Police Department,
Port St. Joe Police Department and
the Florida Sheriff's Bureau.


The establishment of a Mexico
Beach Educational Center by Gulf
Coast Junior College was announc-
ed this week by Dr. Richard Mor-
ley, Gulf Coast president.
Dr. Morley said the Center would
offer regular college credit cour-
ses two nights a week, beginning
with the Fall Semester. The Center
will be located at the First Metho-
dist Church in Mexico Beach.
"We are most enthusiastic
about establishing the Center," Dr
Morley stated in making the an-
nouncement, "and feel that it will
be of great service to both Bay
County citizens who live in the
eastern half of the county and to


Wade W. Barrier, Jr.
Qualifies for Election
Wade W. Barrier, Jr., qualified
Tuesday of this week to run for
City Commissioner in the upcom-
ing Municipal Election on Tuesday,
September 10.
Barrier is owner and operator of
Barrier Builders, a local construe
tion firm.
Barrier qualified in Group Four,
the group now occupied by Com-
missioner I. W. Duren. Duren has
not committed himself as to whe-
ther or not he will seek re-election.
Commissioner I. C. Nedley has
qualified to seek re-election in
Group Three and as of Wednesday
afternoon had no opposition.
Qualifying deadline for candi-
dates is Tuesday, August 20.
Qualifying deadline for voters
who wish to register is Friday, Au-
gust 30.

Rep. Ben C. Williams
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other area citizens who wish to
work toward a degree in higher
education.."
Mexico Beach, which has a win-
ter population of about 800 citi-
zens, is only ten miles from Port
St. Joe and about 18 miles from
Wewahitchka in Gulf County. The
Center will provide educational
opportunities for many more resi-
dents of these three communities.
The four college credit cour-
ses on tap for the Fall Semester
are Applied Psychology 201 and
Beginning Accounting 110, both
of which will be offered on
Tuesday nights and Political


To The Citizens of Gulf County


Today the teachers assemble for
two weeks of pre-school planning
and school begins on August 29.
We have just gone through a
rough year with a disrupted school
which spread to the community.
The problem was solved by the
School Board, elected by the peo-
ple to perform such tasks. Gulf
County has one of the finest school
boards in the State of Florida and
they have set an example for the
people by their patience, courage
and coolness under almost intoler-
able pressure, and harassment.
The schools are too important to
be used as tools by irresponsible
persons for personal reasons.
Port St. Joe is a wonderful com-
munity with an excellent school,
and personally wherever I go over


the State I am proud to say that I
live in Port St. Joe and am Super-
intendent of Schools of Gulf Coun-
ty. I shall always protect the repu-
tation of my city and schools, and
do just what every family does
when they solve their problems,
with pride, in the bosom of their
own homes.
Let us now resolve to put be-
hind us our troubles of the past;
however, not without learning a
lesson from them. Let us resolve
to all work together and give our
Principal, Wayne Saunders and
Coach, Bobby Brown, and faculty
the help and backing they need,
and have a right to expect, from
the people of Port St. Joe.
THOMAS A. OWENS


ST. JOE NATURAL GAS COMPANY STATES THEIR

'INTENTION TO SERVE COMMUNITY THIS WINTER
On August 6, 1963, St. Joe Natural Gas Company let a contract with Harbert Construc-
tion Corporation of Birmingham, Alabama, for the construction of a natural gas distribu-
tion system in the City of Port St. Joe.
Barnard and Burk, Inc., Engineers, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who have engineered
more than 100 natural gas distribution systems, have provided the engineering services
and will supervise the construction of the distribution system. This firm also engineered
the main pipe line constructed in Florida by Florida Gas Transmission Company.


Horse Show Termed
"Real 'Success" by Lions
The horse show held Saturday,
August 10, under the auspices of
the Port St. Joe Lions Club at the
ball park in Port St. Joe was a
real success.
Approximately 200 entries made
up the show. Participants entered
from most of the cities and towns
in the area.
More than 600 spectators enjoyed
watching the skills exhibited by
the riders and the perfection of


pea er At ons eetan9 response of their mounts.


The Lions Club had as their pro-
gram speaker, Monday, Rep. Ben
C. Williams. Mr. Williams explain-
ed some of the details of the 1963
session of the State Legislature.
The Fire Ant menace now rag-
ing in parts of Northwest Florida
was mentioned, with the tax impli-
cations involved in the eradication
of the dangerous pest. Williams
stated that he was to attend a
meeting in Marianna Monday af-
ternoon when plans would be for-
mulated to get the ant eradication
program underway.
Other guests of the club were
Robert Nedley and Rev. C. Byron
Smith.

City to Get Smoke Tax
Richard B. Keating, Director of
the State Beverage Department re-
rorts that net cigarette tax collec-
tions for the month of July
amounted to $2,638,417.15. Of this
amount, $482,807.85 will go to the
state general revenue fund and
the remaining $2,155,609.30 will be
distributed to qualified municipal-
ities.
Port St. Joe will receive $2,847.85
and Wewahitchka will receive
$923.76 from the tax.


Encouraged by the turnout,
the Lions Club intend to make
the Horse Show an annual affair.
The proceeds from the first and
subsequent shows will be used to
finance the many worthwhile pro-
jects undertaken each year by the
Club. The primary project has and
wil1 continue to be sight conserva-
tion of indigent persons in the
c, immunity.
The Port St. Joe Lions Club
thanks the spectators, contestants
and all others who gave of their
time and effort to make this first
annual horse show such a success.
Local entrants in the show, tak-
ing prizes were David Rich, Mary
Helen Rich, Shelly Coldewey and
David Maddox.
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GARDEN CLUB TO
GIVE AWAY TELEVISION
The Port St. Joe Garden Club is
giving away a Philco portable tele-
vision set with 19 inch screen on
Labcr Day.
The Club is also seeking dona-
tions toward the construction of
their new Garden Center to be built
in the City Park near 16th Street.
For more information on the pro-
gram, contact any Garden Club
member.


The contractor expects to start
construction on August 22, with
an estimated date of completion of
the system by November 15. It is
expected that service will be avail-
able in part of the city by Septem-
ber 12 and other sections of the
city will be served as construction
progresses.
The policy of the company will
be to provide gas at or near the
customer's building. It is important
for domestic users to note that the
customer would normally be re-
quired to provide piping for trans-
porting the gas from the company's
meter to the appliances using nat-
ural gas. However, financing has

James H. Bass, 56
Dies From Wounds
James Harry Bass, age 56, passed
away Tuesday morning at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital from gun shot
wounds suffered last Friday morn-
ing.
Bass was wounded in the. side
by a .12 shotgun blast Friday
morning which went off as he was
removing the gun from his auto-
mobile near Ward Ridge where he
had started rabbit hunting.
Bass is survived by %his wife,
Mrs. Myrtle Bass and one daughter
Linda of Oak Grove; three bro-
thers, Charles of Tallahassee; Lew-
is of Panama City and Eustis of
Mobile; two sisters, Mrs. A. Cour-
sey of Westville and Mrs. H. H.
Shirley of Port St Joe.
Graveside services were held
yesterday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. at
Holly Hill Cemetery with Rev. Har-
vey Ferrell, pastor of the Oak
Grove Assembly of God Church of-
ficiating.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.


been arranged by the. company in
an amount of $25,000 to be used
for piping from the meter to the
appliances and also to convert liqui-
fied gas appliances for natural gas
use, for domestic users only. The
Company is in the process of let-
ting a contract for piping and con-
version of such domestic appliances
which will result in no cost to the
owner or renter for this piping and
conversion.
Barnard and Burk, Inc., Engin.
eers, have estimated that the sum
available for such conversion will
be adequate for the piping and
conversion of approximately 550
homes. After this number of do-
mestic customers have applied for
the purchase of natural gas, it will
be necessary for any further domes-
tic users to provide piping and
conversion cost. The Company is
now engaged in canvassing each
home owner in the city in order
to afford all persons an opportun-
ity to apply for natural gas ser-
vice.
It is very important for each
home owner or renter to make ap-
plication as soon as possible in
order to secure house piping and
conversion at no cost. This policy
of piping and conversion at the
Company's expense does not apply
to commercial users.
Each prospective gas customer
must make a meter deposit of
$10.00 which sum is refundable up-
on discontinuance of service.
During the next several days, en-
gineers from Barnard and Burk,
Inc., will contact many commer-
cial users and will be available in
the Hannon and Costin building,
221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, in
order to discuss cost of the utility
and any other questions which may
be desired concerning the utility.


Science 201 and English 101, both
of which will be offered on
Thursday nights.
enrollment to the college.
Registration itself will take
place at the First Methodist
Church on Monday, August 26,
from 7 to 9:45 p.m. (CST). The
two Tuesday night courses will
begin on August 26 while the two
Thursday night courses will be-
gin on August 29. Classes will
meet from 7 to 9:45 p.m. (CST).
Regular Gulf Coast instructors
will teach the four courses and
regular college fees will be ap-
plied for the Center. The fees are
$6.00 per semester hour for Bay
County students and $8.00 per se-
mester hour for out-of-county stu-
dents, plus a $5.00 activity or ser-
vice fee per student.
The Center will follow the same
academic calendar as Gulf Coast,
which finds the Fall Semester end-
ing December 20 and the Spring


phone, Dr. Morley said, and follow iHighway 98, C. M. Parker said he
regular admission procedures for was paying an old debt, in that he
courses at Tyndall Air Force Base was one of the first students to
in past years, but the Mexico Beach enroll at Gulf Coast when it was
Center will be the first move into first opened in September, 1957.
a separate community within the "We feel that such a Center will
County. Plans already have been greatly benefit this end of the
made to offer at least one course County," Parker said, "as welt as
at Fountain next Spring. provide a vital service for area ci-
The Mexico Beach Center ma- tizens who wish to take advantage
terialized after conferences be- of this opportunity."
tween college officials, citizens of Pointing out that the Center's es-
Mexico Beach, and officials at the tablishment was in keeping with
St. Joe Paper Company, Glidden the College's philosophy of corn-
Company and Michigan Chemical munity service and aggressive edu
Company in Port St. Joe last week. national policy, Dr. Morley said the
All were enthusiastic over the es- Center would provide opportunity
tablishment of the center this for citizens to work toward an as-
coming semester. sociate degree, to improve their job
In offering the facilities of the proficiency, and to make worthy
First Methodist Church, located on use of leisure time.


Adult School To Enlarge Program


Semester beginning January 6, The Gulf County Adult Institute fresher course in any of the high
1964. plans an enlarged program start- school subjects arrangements will
In launching the Center this se- ing Wednesday, September 4, that be made for this also.
mester, Dr. Morley said that fu- will fit the needs of any adult The cost is very little. There is a
ture courses might very well in- from grade one through grade 12. registration fee of $3.00 which is
clude any now taught at Gulf There will be special classes for used to help pay for lights and
Coast with the exception of labor- the lower elementary grades. All heat. Books and supplies will cost
atory courses. adults are encouraged to pass this only a few dollars for the year.
"We have had several requests information along to any adult who Registration will be held all day
for business and management cour- might be in this class. Wednesday, September 4, in the
ses, for example," Dr. Morley stat- All courses that are required office in the Centennial Building.
ed, "and these will be offered, be- for graduation from high school All students who are planning to
ginning in the Spring Semester, will be offered. If you have been attend one or more classes during
Gulf Coast has taught off-campus wishing for a high school diploma, the year are encouraged to enroll
Persons wishing to register for but have never had the opportunity on that day.
any of the four courses should con- of getting back in school now is I Anyone wishing further informa-
tact Gulf Coast's director of ad- the time. If you have a high school i tion may contact H. F. Ayers, the
missions immediately by mail or diploma but wish to take a re- director at any time.


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NUMBER 48


Grand Jury Hears


Two Murder Cases




Two Men Confess To August 2nd

Slaying of Two-Highwand View Men


By Gulf Coast Junior College



Education Center Established at Mexico Beach


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Exp!Ains Hunt Regulations to Kiwanis


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Service Program j
The WMS of the First Baptist "
Church Number 1 met at the Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray Dalton
church Monday afternoon at 3:00 of this city announce the birth of
p.m. for the regular Royal Service a son, Donald Ray Dalton on Au-
program, with 14 members present. gust 10.
The meeting opened by all singing, j Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy O'Neal Gort-
"Oh, For A Thousand Tongues", man of Wewahitchka announce the
and prayer by Mrs. Rubye Prid.l- birth of a son, Randall Scot on Au-
geon. I gust 9.
The devotional was brought from Mr. and Mrs. George Edward
The devotional was brought from Montgomery of 115 Hunter Circle
Matt. 24:35, Isaiah 44:6 and Psalm Montgomery of 115 Hunter Circle
announce the birth of a son, Keith
00:2 by program chairman, Mrs. Edward on August 6.
Colored Births
An interesting program was de. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jerome
veloped by the members of Circle Bryant, Sr.announcthe birtlhof
One using the topic: "Turning a son, Samuel Jerome, Jr., on Au-
Away From the -Truth of God". gu.t 4.
Mrs. W.- J. Daughtry dismissed (All births occurred at the Port
with prayer. St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
The different circle members of
the First Baptist Church are urged
to attend each circle next Monday Longn Avenue
at 3:00 p.m. in the following homes:
Circle 1 meets 'in the home of M ing I it
Mrs. Richard Saunders. Meetings ListeU


Circle 2 meets in
Mrs. W. J. Belin.
Circle 3 meets in
Mrs. James Wilson.
Circle 4 meets in
Mrs. Anna, Adams.


the home of
the home of
the home of


Pentecostals Hear

Mission Program
Wednesday night, August'?7, the:
Rev. Jack Carter, gave a, special
program on the World Missions of
the Pentecostal Holiness Church.
'A World Missions Board was se-
lected following his presentation
of the need to keep the local, church
informed about missions. Ed Woods
was elected president; Willie. John-
son, vice-president and Murl.Woods
secretary-treasurer. Other commit-
tee members will be added at. a la-
ter date.
Mr. Woods expressed his .apprec-
iation at being chosen for such an
important undertaking andspromis-
ed that the local church will be
kept, informed, and missions will
be: emphasized- regularly through
programs, film presentations and
visiting; missionaries.
SDefinite steps .with a starting
goal has-..already been approved to
aid the, Pentecostal Holiness mis-
sion. program financially through
the, local;:ehurch.


The WMU of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church announces that the
following circles will meet next
week:
Monday, 7:30 p.m., Circle 6 will
meet at the church.
Tuedsay, 9:30 a.m., Circles 1 and
2 will meet at the home of Mrs.
W. D. Sykes.
' 9:30 a.m., Circle 7 will meet
with Mrs. Raymond Hardy.
3:00 p.m., Circle 3 to be announ-
ced.
- 7:30 p.m. Circle 5 will meet with
Mrs. Cawthon Williams.
KATRINA FARRIS ATTENDS
TWIRLING, MUSIC CAMP
Katrina Farris, head majorette
of Port St. Joe High School Band
returned Sunday from the Univer-
sity of Southern Mississippi annual
twirling and music camp. While
there she was instructed in ad-1
vanced intermediate twirling, in-
termediate strutting, fire baton and
flag, baton routines and modeling.'
She reported a very eventful week.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Mrs. Jeanette
Lindsey wishes to express their
thanks for the help, sympathy and
kindness shown them by their
friends during her recent illness
and death.
The family of
Mrs. Jeanette Lindsey


Dr. Lowery Tells

Rotary Club of

Health Activities
Dr. Willa Dean Lowery gave the
story of the activities of the Gulf
County Health Department to the
Rotary Club last Thursday.
The Gulf County Health Depart-
ment, operating on a budget of
about $35,000 this year, receives
42% of this amount from th3
county ad valorem taxes. The re-
mainder of its budget funds comes
from the State Board of Health
and the school board. All local
monies are sent to the State Health
Eoard and all expenses of local op.


The up-coming hunting season
regulations were discussed at the
Kiwanis Club Tuesday by Gene
Smith, I and E officer for the Fresh
Water Fish and Game Commission.
Smith said that hunting licenses
will remain at $7.50 for a state li-
cense this year.
The dove season begins its first
of three hunting periods of October
5. The dove bag limit has been cut
back to 10 this year.
The big hunting season begins
on November 16 and ends on Jan-
uary 12. Quali and squirrel seasons
continue until February 23.
The split dove seasons will be
October 5 through November 3;
November 16 through December 2
and December 12 through January
12. Hunting will be allowed from
noon until sundown.
In addition to this information,
Smith showed a very entertaining
on hound hunting which showed
methods of hound hunting of coon,
rabbits, cats and fox.
Guests of the club were Henry
Owen and Barney Wiggins of Ba-
ton Rouge, La.; Roy Rish of Wewa-
hitchka and Harry Herrington of
Port St. Joe.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.


THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1963


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TELEVISION and RADIO REPAIRS

SERVICE CHARGE $3.00


Registration Day for the

JACK and JILL KINDERGARTEN
Will be FRIDAY, AUGUST 23 from 9:00 A.M.
Until 12:00 Noon
Kindergarten Starts Thursday, August 29
MRS. DuBOSE 2t
MRS. POX 8-15


REGISTRATION N

HAPPYLAND KINDERGARTEN
MRS. CHARLES BROWN

Registration Day: Thursday, August 29
School Begins Friday, August 30


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Summer

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DRASTICALLY

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ONE LOT

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PRICE


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All Playtex Girdles Reduc-
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Hats and Handbags

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Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.


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$7.95 ...--- Now $4.75
$8.95 ........ Now $5.95
$9.95 --- Now $6.75
$10.95 -.... Now $7.00


Men's

SPORT SHIRTS

Reg. $3.98 $250
and $4.98 ---- ---.-. U


Summer

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3 OFF


Suits and Sportcoats


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Reg. $42.50 --- NOW $24.00
Reg. $39.50 .... NOW $22.00


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Reg. $2.98
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Reg. $3.98 _
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-- NOW 51.89
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Men's and Boys Pullover

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Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.


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NOW $15.50


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$1.92
$2.98
$3.98
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Children's

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Reg. $24.95
Reg. $32.95
Reg. $21.95
Reg. $11.95


NOW $14.00
'NOW $19.00
NOW $13.00
NOW $7.00


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

SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3M00 BIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS, $127-50

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

Ration are paid from that office. clinics, children's clinics, health sa-
The local Department spends pervi"'ion of food handling estab-
75% of its income for salaries in- lishments over the county and
cluding two nurses, one full time countless other project designed to
and one part time clerks, a sanitar- make for a sanitary county and to
ian and part of Dr. Lowery's salary; keep down communicable disease.
12% goes for travel; 2% for capi- Guests of the club Thursday were
tal outlay and 11% for operation Julian Canton of Eunice, N. M. and
expenses. Ernie Reddick of Culman, Ala.
The Department offers pre-natal


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currently deployed aboard the at-
tack aircraft carrier USS Constel-
lation with the Seventh Fleet in
I the Far East.


W -. W -. --.. .. W The Constellation recently joined
The Florida Fresh Water Fish with the first phase ending on other Seventh Fleet units near
and Game Commission has set hunt- November 3. Southeast Asia and Japan as a
ing dates for the coming season. I (The area including Gulf Coun- ready-striking force in that area.
The first hunting season will be ty is the Third District.) Ports of call during the Constel
for marsh hens as usual, running The second phase opens on nation's cruise include the British
from September 7 through Novem- Nov. 16 and closes on Dec. 2. The Crown Colony of Hong Kong in Chi-
ber 15. third phase opens on Dec. 21 and na and various coastal cities in Ja
The next opening will be for closes on Jan. 12. The daily and and Hawaiian and Phili
doves. This one opens in the 1st, possession limits have been cut pan and the Hawaiian and Philip-
2nd, 3rd and 4th Districts on Oct.' this year, due to what the biologists pine Islands.
5 and in the 5th District on Oct. think is a poor hatching season.
6. This year the dove season will The 1963-64 bag limit is 10 per USE THE WANT AD
again be divided into three phases, person per day, and the possession
limit is 20 birds. This is a reduc-
tion of two birds in the daily bag
,s and four in possession.
"\ The Florida deer and turkey
seasons open on Nov. 9 in the Ever-
gladess region, and on Nov. 16 in
the rest of the state. The season -
ends in South Florida on Jan. 5.
It closes on the same date in all
portions of the state except North-
west Florida where it closes on
Jan. 12.
The quail and squirrel season
opens on Nov. 16 and closes on
Feb. 23, generally. Bag limit for .
quail is 10 per season per day and
20 in possession. The bag limit for
squirrel is 10 gray and two fox per
s ... ... ..... person per day.
The snipe season opens on Nov.
16 and closes on Dec. 30. The wood-
cock season opens on Nov. 16 and
closes on Jan. 4. Bag limits are five
,- ,-.. per person per day and 10 in pos.
session. .,
.. .. Florida hunters who would like '
to beat the gun on dove shooting
;'".' "- can do so by hunting in Georgia.
SThe first of a two-part split seasonA V E
Q,', opens on Sept. 20 and closes on
,.; Oct. 20. The second phase opens T
r on Dec. 9 and closes on Jan. 15.
The bag limits are the same as-for om s
Florida.


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FLORIDA

NATIONAL

BANK
at 'PORT ST. JOE
Member: FDIC and
Florida National Group


Wm. W. Chafin

Serving In Far East
USS CONSTELLATION (FHTNC)
-William M. Chafin, aviation ma-
chinist's mate second class, USN,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William M.
Chafin of 1310 16th St., Port St.
Joe, is serving with Fighter Squad-
ron 143, normally based at the Mir-
amar, Calif., Naval Air Station and

Minutes of the
County Commisslon
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
August 6, 1963
The Board of County Commis.
sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
met t h is date in special session,
pursuant to Notice published by
law The following members were
present: A. J. Strickland, Chair-
man, Leo Kennedy, James G. Mc-
Daniel, Walter Graham and S. C.
Player. The Clerk, Deputy Sheriff,
Attorney, Road Superintendent,
County Health Office and Civil
Defense Director were also pre-
sent.
The meeting came to order at
6:30 P. M. T h e Clerk oneped the
meeting with prayer.
The Chairman announced that
this meeting is called for the pur-
pose of considering the adoption of
a tentative budget f or the fiscal
year beginning October 1, 1963;
that each item in the proposed bud-
get will be considered separately
and agreed on before moving to
the next item; that the public pre-
sent will be invited to comment
on s a i d budget before action i s
taken to tentatively adoqt it, and
also to receive sealed bids on Fire
Equipment for the Highland View
Fire Department.
The following bids were re-
ceived, pursuant to Notice Publish-
ed according to law, to-wit:
The West Florida Equipment
Company offered one Model 3137
Marlow Base Mounted Pump with
9 H. P. AENLD Wisconsin Engin
@ $340.00. The C ark Rendering
Company, Inc., offered one-1957
V-eight Ford Truck, F600, two Ton,
Cab, and chassis with dual rear
wheels, two speed axle @ $700.00.
After consideration, there was
a motion by Commissioner Graham,
second by Commissioner Kennedy
and duly carried, that the County
purchase said equipment for the
Highland View Fire Department.
The Clerk was instructed to pay
for same from Race Track Funds
allocated to said Fire Department,
The Board did then discuss each
item in the Budget making several
reductions in the original request.
The Chairman announced that the
Board will hear from anyone pre-
sent as to the budget before action
is taken to approve same.
Mr. L. S. Cissett, Jr., asked the
Board to consider reductions in
several items in the General, Fine
and Forfeiture and Road and Bri-
dge Funds and explained why he
thought his request should be
granted.
After further discussion, there
was a motion by Commissioner
Kennedy, seconded by Commis-
sioner Graham and unanimously
carried that the budget be tenta-
tively approved: that a Public
Hearing be held at 6:30 P.M., Fri-
day, August 16, 1963, at which time
the Board will consider final ap
proval and adoption of said budget.
The Chairman thanked those in
the audience for their presence
and interest in this meeting.
There being no further business,
the meeting did adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core A. J. Strickland
Clerk Chairman i


G. E. Montgomery

Completes Cruise
USS SHANGRI-LA (FHTNC)-
George E. Montgomery, airman,
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
L. Montgomery of 505 Third St.,
Port St. Joe, recently returned
from a six-week midshipmen train-
ing cruise aboard the attack air-
craft carrier USS Shangri-La in
the North Atlantic off Newfound-
land and down the St. Lawrence
Seaway to Quebec, Canada.
Designed to prepare midshipmen
for their future roles as Navy offi-


cers, the cruise provides practice cruit Depot, Parris Island, South
training and experience in ship- Carolina.
board operations at sea. Young Wimberly will receive 11
The Shangri-La is an Atlantic wee kosf intensive training at the
Fleet unit operating out of May- South Carolina Base, followed by
port. four weeks of advanced combat
training, he will be granted a leave
lif r im- rly prior to being assigned to a per-
Clifford Wimberly manent station for buty.
E I r Ernest was a May graduate from
Enlists In Marines Port St. Joe High School where he
was active as sophomore class presi-
Ernest C. Wimberly, son of Mrs. bent, he was also active in Football
Brunelle C. Wimberly, of 1323 and Tennis, Ernest was chosen
Long Ave. Port St. Joe, has enlist- most Atheletic f r o'm Port St. Joe
ed in the Marine Corps and is cur- High School.
rently undergoing his basic train-
- ing at the U. S. Marine Corps Re- Rend The Stai to a trienA.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1963
CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. Joel B. Lovett wishes to ex-
press her sincere appreciation for
the concern, kindness and many
prayers of her friends during her
illness.
Mrs. Lovett is now at home after
being hospitalized in Thomasville,
Ccorgia.
Leaving On Vacation
Mrs. Herbert Brown and Holly
and Bill will leave Saturday for a
two week's vacation visiting in
Jessup, Ga., and Denmark, S. C.


Thursday, Friday & Saturday


ON NEW, FIRST QUALITY MERCHANT SE

all Blouses Boys' Long Sleeve /i


1.99 VALUE


Sport Shirts

REG. 1.49 $l
SAVE 49c
Fine 100% cotton broad- /
cloth, machine washable.
Assorted fancy patterns. '
Sizes 6 to 16.

BOYS' STURDY

Blue Jeans

REG. 1.49 $
REG. 49c


..ew fall solid col- \ f
ors, white and \
iHins. Roll -up I
;.eeves, many col-
or varieties. Wash \/
i wear. Sizes 32 ]
38. R.


HOSIERY SALE
SEAMLESS


3 .PRS. 15


SFull Fashioned

3 PRS.

\ All first quality .. every
pair guaranteed. New fall
V- shades in sizes 8V tn 11.


TOTS' COTTON

Training Pants


20G.
20c


FOR I


Soft knit cotton with double crotch.
Covered elastic waistband. Sizes 0 to 6.


Boys' Knki Briefs
REG. 49C
Fm combed cot.
tan elastic waist FO R
band. Made for
prater fit and long
wea. Sizes S, M, L

Boys' Polo Shirts
79c VALUE 2
Short sleeve styles;
crew neck. Bold F F
stripe patterns.
Szes 4 to 14.

Boys' Sport Shirv
northt sleeve ear 2
.Ist for the
hat weather
ahead. Plaids F
.an fancy pat- 2 FOR
Umu. sizes 8

Jr. Boys' Boxer Pants


REG. 1.49
Solid color corduroy or cotton;
completely washable. Flannel
,Sted. Sizes 3 to L


$1


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One pair FREE with every shoe
purchase of 2.99 or more. Men's,
women's and children's styles.

Swirls' Morpul Socks


H e a v y w eight
c o m bed cotton
'ith large triple
*oil, non ravel
op. Nylon rein-
orced heel and
3e. Sizes 8-11.


3 PRS$


l]ys' Orew, Dress Sox
35c VALUE. Crew
socks with striped
tops; sizes 6 to
9 1/2. Dress sLyles
in assorted pat-
'erns; sizes 7 to

Men's Work Socks


REG. 25c. Fine
knit cotton ;
Carp's own brand.
4 pairs guaran-
teed 4 months.
Sizes 10 to 12. 5


Women's Slips


S.79 VALUE
Fine quality rayon ace.
tate. Shadow panel, 4-
gore. Lace trimmed at. top
and bottom. Regular and
extra sizes.


$I


Women's Half Slips


Fine quality acetate tri-
cot. Shadow panel front,
white and colors. Sizes
S, M, L.


$1


4ti


Sanforized, machine washable. 1
Full cut, bar tacked. Zipper
front, roomy pockets. Sizes
6 to 12.
Fall Cotton Prints


MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE

Sport Shirts


VALUES
TO 2.39


2F$OR3


Large selection of wash 'n wear fabrics
. woven plaids, solids and fancy
patterns. Sizes S, M, L.


Unbleached Muslin


REG. 27c
Our finest quality
. strong, firm-
ly woven. Ideal
for many house.
hold uses.


5mYs. $


Foam Rubber Pillows


REG. 3.99
Soft and plump, full size
Allergy free, dustprocf.
mothproof. 80-square zip
per cover.


Girls' Panties


50c VALUE. Fine
quality interlock
cotton; crocheted
elastic leg. Sizes
2 to 14.


3 FOR$


Sheet Blankets


PRS$


RMG. 1.39
Lightweight yet wonder-
fully war m. Beautiful
plaid patterns. 60x76-in.


$l


69c VALUE
Thick, thirsty ter-
ry. White back-
ground with col-
orful floral prints
20x40-in.


FOR$I


Birdseye Diapers


REG. 1.99
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CHIFFON CAKE
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SHORTENING
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3 lb. can 55c


qt. jar 47c


WESTER NBEEF SQUARE CUT CHUCK


ROAST


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"Super-Right" Extra Lean Swift Premium or Frosty Morn Skinless
Ground Beef 3 lb. $1.29 Franks 12 oz. pkg. 39c
"Super-Right" Western Beef "Super-Right" Western Beef
GRAIN FED BONELESS BONELESS STEW or
Shoulder Roast lb. 75c Ground Chuck lb. 69c


MIL AD ELOW


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A & P GRADE "A" WHOLE KERNEL OR CREAM STYLE


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SWANSDOWN DEVILS FOOD, YELLOW or LEMO


Cake Mixes

ANN PAGE PURE FRUIT GRAPE JELLY or


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.


THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1963


FLORIDA POWER CORP. PURCHASES LARGE

TRACT OF LAND IN CITRUS COUNTY


"Years of study and research on
future generating plant require-
ments have resulted in a recent
company decision to purchase a
large tract of G u 1 f front land in
Citrus County," announced H.K.
McKean, senior vice president of
Florid aPower Corporation, today.
"The property will be the site
for a steam-electric generating
plant which ultimately will have a
capability of two million kilo-
watts," McKean said. "The first un-
it--with a 400,000-kilowatt capacity..
will be one of the most modern and
efficient in the electric industry."
He pointed out that the plant's
first unit will be almost twice the
size of the recent unit added to the
company's Paul L. Bartow plant on
Weedon Island, St. Petersburg. The
Bartow plant has a total capability
of 457,000 kilowatts and presently
is the largest steam-electric gener.
ating plant i n t h e company's 32-
county system.
Florida Power's "1966 Plant" site
is loceted almost due west of the
community o f Red Level o n U.S.
Highway 19, and approximately
half way between the communities
of Crystal River and Inglis, Florida.
The site incorporates a single tract
of about 3,500 acres, most of which
is owned by Harbond, Inc., opera-
tors of an extensive cattle ranch in
that area.
"The size of this site was select-
ed in keeping with our company's
policy of providing the maximum
practicable exclusion area between
the plant and neighboring proper-
ties." McKean said.
"Properly designed and operated
electric power plants are good
neighbors," he said, "but, of
course, operations are classed as
industrial and a boundary area for
adequate exclusion is desirable
where land is available."
McKean pointed out that "the
location of our new plant site is
in a very remote and uninhabited
rural section. However, we feel
that because of the rapid growth
pattern of Florida, we must pro-1
vide--now-for adequate space; to-
day's rural pasture land often be-.
comes tomorrow's community de-
velopment."
He said that several factors in-
fluenced the selection of the plant
site: adequate supply of cooling
water for the plant's condensers;
provision for bringing in large
quantities of fuel; adequate space
for outgoing transmisison lines;
location of the -plant with regard
to the area's needs for leectricity;
"all of these, plus the importance
of being good neighbors," said Mc-
Kean.
"We must make additional tests
to determine the suitability of the
substructure for the foundation de-
sign, availability of fresh water for
plant make-up requirements, and
adaptability to other construction
necessities. These tests are now in


progress," said McKean.
He reported that other prepara-
tions are also underway, including
the necessary surveying of the pro-
perty and the preparation of ap-
plications to the many government
tal agencies for necessary permits,
etc. "Extensive channel dredging
will be required in order to pro-
vide sufficient flow of Gulf water
for cooling purposes and also to
provide barge access into the site."
Tests for this phase of the work
will begin shortly.
McKean said, "Dependent upon
the successful completion of all in-
vestigations and tests, start of con-
struction is expected by January 1,
1964. Start-up of Unit Number One
is scheduled for the latter part of
1966." Construction plans for addi-
tional units at the plant, after 1966,
will be dictated by the demands
for electricity on Florida Power's
fast-growing system.
"The purchase of this tract of
land is another step in our com-
pany's continuing modernization
and expansion program," said Mc-
Kean.
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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
In accordance with Section 129.03, Florida Statutes, 1961, NOTICE
is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, have prepared a temporary budget for the several county
funds for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 1963, and ending Sep-
tember 30, 1964; that said Board will be in session on Friday, August
16, 1963, at 6:30 p.m. (CST), for the purpose of hearing complaints
from any person or persons, firm or corporations that are dissatisfied
with said budget, to-wit:
TENTATIVE BUDGET FOR THE BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
MISSIONERS, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, FOR FISCAL YEAR
ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1964


GENERAL FUND: Estimated Receipts:
130 Taxes (7.3 Mills)
100 U. S. Flood Control Funds
114 Railroad and Telegraph License
115 Race Track Funds
116 Insurance Agents License
121 Mosquito Funds: State 1-Cash
121 Mosquito Funds: State 1-Credit
122 Mosquito Funds: State 2-Cash
137 Occupational License
138 Beverage License
151 Excess Fees
174 Mosquito Funds: From Port St. Joe
174 Mosquito Funds: From Wewahitchka
Total Estimated Receipts
Less 5 per cent
95 per cent of estimated receipts
Balance to be brought forward: Cash
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS and BALANCES -
ESTIMATED EXPENSES:
211 County Commissioners Salary and Travel --
212 Clerk and Deputies
216 Supervisor of Registration Salary
219 Administrative Salaries
221 General Court Costs
224 Tax Assessor's Commissions
225 Tax Collector's Commissions
227 Inquest
230 Travel and per diem
241 Court house maintenance
261 Elections and Registrations
261 Legal Advertising and Expenses
265 Group Insurance
269 Administrative Supplies
270 Administrative Supplies
275 Juvenile Court Salaries and Expense
311 Circuit Judge's and Secretary's Salaries ----
542 T. B. Hospitals
561 Mothers' Pensions
562 Insanity Cases
563 Welfare
671 County Service Officer
672 Civil Defense
675 Mosquito Control: County Funds
675 Mosquito Control: State Funds
681 Agriculture Program
682 State Forest Services
683 Historical Commission
685 Publicity
811 Furniture and Fixtures
916 Race Track Funds: School Board
917 Rac eTrack Funds :Municipalities
Total Appropriations
Reserve for Contingencies
Reserve for Cash Balance
TOTAL BUDGET


$108,622.00
11.00
163.00
20,875.00
135.00
5,225.00
8,775.00
9,940.00
1,000.00
2,600.00
8,000.00
5,000.00
1,500.00
171,846.00
8,592.00
163,254.00
49,468.00
212,722.00

13,500.00
8,500.00
2,600.00
3,900.00
700.00
11,000.00
11,000.00
200.00
2,500.00
13,000.00
3,300.00
2,000.00
2,500.00
3,000.00
2,500.00
1,200.00
1,800.00
1,500.00
700.00
300.00
7,000.00
2,834.UO
4,400.00
36,500.00
23,940.00
5,450.00
11,078.00
500.00
250.00
2,600.00
2,000.00
7,960.00
190,212.00
9,510.00
13,000.00
212,722.00


FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND: Estimated Receipts:
Taxes (3.0 Mills) $ 45,153.00
144 Fines and Costs 17,500.00
188 Cash Refund from Sheriff's Budget 4,000.UO
Miscellaneous Income 10,389.00
Total Estimated Receipts 77,042.00
Less 5 per cent 3,852.00
95 per cent of Estimated Receipts 73,190.00
Balance to be Brought Forward: Cash 6,000.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS and BALANCES 79,190.00
ESTIMATED EXPENSES:


315 Prosecuting Attorney's Salary
321 Circuit Court Costs
323 County Judge's Salary and Fees
327 Conviction Fees
328 Witness and Jurors Fees
329 Insolvent and Miscellaneous Court Work---------
369 Office Supplies
TOTAL COUNTY BUDGET
SHERIFF'S BUDGET:
316 Sheriff's Salary
316-A Deputies' and Assistants' Salaries
364 Expenses other than Salaries
824 Equipment
TOTAL SHERIFF'S BUDGET
Total Appropriations
Reserve for Contingencies: Sheriff
Reserve for Contingencies: County
Reserve for Cash Balance
TOTAL BUDGET


4,000.00
700.00
7,900.00
200.00
600.00
600.00
500.00
14,500.00

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130 Taxes (3.3 Mills) $ 49,668.00
111 Gasoline Tax 57,000.00
112 Special Fuel Tax 500.00
113 Auto Transportation Tax 410.00
115 Race Track Funds 74,300.00
Total Estimated Receipts 181,878.00
Less 5 per cent 9,083.00
95 per cent of Estimated Receipts 172,785.00
Balance to be Brought Forward: Cash 19,410.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS and BALANCES 192,195.00
ESTIMATED EXPENSES:
411 Supervisor's Salary $ 6,000.00
415 Free Labor 69,464.00
421 Maintenance and Operation of Garage-Shop __ 2,000.00
422 Maintenance of Equipment 16,000.00
423 Gas and Oils 8,000.00
424 Supplies 7,000.00
431 Road, Bridge and Culvert Materials 40,000.00
451 Rights of Way 5,000.00
453 Insurance 1,500.00
834 New Equipment 13,222.00
911 Tax Collections to Cities 12,000.00
Total Appropriations 180,186.00
Reserve for Contingencies 9,009.00
Reserve for Cash Balance 3,000.00
TOTAL BUDGET 192,195.00
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ESTIMATED EXPENSES:
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Reserve for Cash Balance 51,016.22
TOTAL BUDGET 63,769.22
ST. JOSEPH'S FIRE CONTROL DIST. FUND: Estimated Receipts:
130 Taxes (0.5 Mills) $ 1,800.00
Total Estimated Receipts 1,800.00
Less 5 per cent 90.00
95 per cent of Estimated Receipts 1,710.00
Balance Brought Forward: Cash 1,350.00
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224 Commissions to Tax Assessor $ 84.00
225 Commissions to Tax Collector 84.00
912 Pay over to Fire Departments 2,892.00
TOTAL BUDGET 3,060.00
TOTAL OF ALL BUDGETS $550,936.22
The above budget will require the following tax assessment:
General Fund 73 Mills
Fine and Forfeiture Fund 3.0 Mills
Road and Bridge Fund 3.3 Mills
St. Joseph's Fire District 0.5 Mills
TOTAL 14.1 Mills
Tax assessments to be considered that are not included in the above
budget are:
Board of Public Instruction 22.0 Mills
Dead Lakes Water District 0.5 Mills
Gulf County Health Departments 1.0 Mills
TOTAL 23.5 Mills
TOTAL ALL MILLAGE 37.6 Mills
This August 6, 1963.
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Gulf County, Florida
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.


Figures Given 'By So

Non-Farm Business
18,373 non-farm business work-
ers were reported under the Fed-
eral Social Security program by
2,325 reporting units for the first
calendar quarter of 1962, accord-
ing to John V. Carey, District Man-
ager of the Panama City Social
Security Office. These figures are
available in the latest edition of
Counties Business Patterns and re-
late to the seven northwest Florida
Counties of Bay, Calhoun, Gulf,
Holmes, Jackson, Walton, and
Washington. Comparable figures
by 2,319 reporting units.
$16,173,000.00 in taxable earnings
were reported for the first quart-
er of 1962. This figure for 1959 was
$14,266,000.00.
140 reporting units in Gulf Coun-
ty reported earnings of $2,323,
000.00 for 1,830 workers in the
first quarter of 1963. 167 report-
ing units had reported on 1971
workers f or t h e first quarter of
1959.
The current edition of County
Business Patterens is the tenth in
a series showing county and indus-
try statistics based on wage reports
filed under the Federal Social Se-
curity program. This edition is di-
vided into ten parts (15 books), one
f o r t h e United States as a whole
and one for each of nine geograph-
ic divisions. F o r five of the nine
geographic divisions there are two
Books each.
The data are uniform and com-
parable from State to State and
county to county and are shown for
many kinds of business under the
following board industry groups;
agricultural services, forestry, and
fisheries; mining; contact con-
struction; manufacturing; public
utilities; wholesale trade; retail
trade; finance, insurance and real
estate; and services.
Hhe publication shows how many
people w o r k, where, and in what
industries, and how much they -are
paid in taxable earnings. In addi-
tion to its use in administering the
Social Security program, the pu-
blication is valuable to business-
men in analyzing market potentials
and establishing advertising and
sales programs, in analyzing the in-
dustrial structure of regional ares,
and in making base economic stud-
ies of small areas.
Reference copies of County
Business Patterns may be examin-
ed at field offices of the U.S. De-
partment of Commerce, at district
offices of all t h e Social Security
Administration, and at many pub-
lic libraries. The complete set of 15
books of County Business Patterns,
First Quarter 1962, ma y b e pur-
chased at a cost of $23.75. Individu-
al books can be obtained at a price
ranging from $1.25 to $2.25 each.
Orders should be sent to the Super-
intendent of Documents, Govern-
ment Printing Office, Washington
25, D.C., or to any Department of
Commerec field office.
The Social Security office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
(teson Avenue, Panama City, tele-
phone PO 3-533L


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON SCHOOL BUDGET
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 237.12, Florida Statutes, 1941,
notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held by the County
Board of Public Instruction of Gulf County, Florida, on August 20,
1963, at the hour of 9:00 o'clock A.M., CST, in the County Board meet-
ing room at Wewahitchka, for the purpose of discussing with the
citizens of the proposed school budget of said County for the fiscal
year beginning July 1, 1963 and ending June 30, 1964, which budget
is summarized as follows:
1. BUDGET FOR SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLS.
A. Balances on hand beginning of year: 1. State Funds, $46,460.00
County funds, $23,468.00; 3. district funds, $15,091.00.
Total $80,020.00
B. Anticipated receipts: 1. State and Federal Funds $729,341.00;
2. County Taxes, $142,985.00; 3. District Taxes, $142,985.00;
4. Other Sources, $5,560.00.
Total $1,020,871.00
C. Proposed Expenditures: 1. Instructional Salaries, $700,453.00;
2. Transportation, $46,000.00; 3. Capital Outlay, $12,500.00;
4. Other Debt Service, $14,390.00; 5. Other Expenses and
Reserves, $332,548.00.
Total $1,105,891.00
II. BUDGETS FOR DISTRICT INTEREST AND SINKING FUNDS:
A. Balances and Reserves beginning of Year: $2,360.00.
B. Anticipated Receipts: 1. Taxes, $28,597.00; 2. Other Sources,
$30,235.00.
Total $61,192.00
C. Proposed Expenditures: 1. Bonds, $43,000.00; 2. Interest, $11,-
986.00; 3. Commissions, $1,807.00; 4. Other Debt Service,
$150.00.
Total $56,943.00
D. Anticipated Reserves and Balances at end of year: $4,249.00.
III. MILLAGES TO BE LEVIED:
The millage to be levied on the 1963 assessment roll to produce
necessary revenues for those budgets for the ensuing fiscal year
are:
A. County Support and Maintenance Fund 10 Mills
B. District No. 1 Current Levy 10 Mills
C. District Interest and Sinking Fund each District __ 2 Mills
Complete details of each separate part of the school budget sum-
marized above are on file and are available for public inspection at
the Office of the County Superintendent of Schools at County Court
House, Wewahitchka, Florida, and will also be available for such
public hearing together with all supporting statements and information.
All interested persons are cordially invited to participate in this
public hearing and to discuss the school program and budget for this
County for the ensuing year.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
THOMAS A. OWENS


THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, !96I

cial Security On

Workers in Area

whose wife, Sharlyene, and parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Pridgeon,
live at 524 Third St., Port St. Joe,
Fla., is scheduled to complete eigth
weeks of advanced reconnaissance
training at The Armor Center, Fort
Knox, Ky., Aug. 16.
During the course Pridgeon is
receiving instruction in the funda-
mentals of scouting, patrolling and
collection of enemy troop move-
ment information.
He entered the Army last April
and completed basic training at
Fort Jackson, S. C.
The 23-year-old so lier is a 1958
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School.


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3prs. $1.00
White and colors. Small sizes lace
trimmed


I16K PRICE
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Popular 2-Piece

KNIT SUIT DRESSES

$10

(Double Knit Orlon)
Sizes 10 to 18 ... Fall's Fashion Colors
Real surprise savings in leather

OXFORDS and LOAFERS
for Boys. Sizes 812 to S
pair $3.00
(Includes Sales Tax)


- ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE -
GIRL'S COTTON CAPRI PANTS -- ALL SWIMWEAR and
SUMMER SPORTSWEAR -- A CLOSE-OUT GROUP OF
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S DRESSES ALL SUMMER
-9 \HANDBAGS -- ALL BEACH TOWELS AND BEACH BAGS
-- MEN'S AND LADIES STRAW HATSI
By CAMPUS Sizes 2 through 12
BOY'S WALKING SHORTS -- 2 prs. $3.00
Men's
TROPICAL SUITS (Reg. $3999)-- $25.00


CLOSE-OUT
75 Ladies Cotton

DRESSES
$2.00 ea.
Values to $5.99
Most all sizes!

For girls, 7 to 14. In fine
cotton or corduroy.
NEW SKIRTS
In Missy sizes, 22 to 30.
Cotton or wool blends.
$3.00 Ea.
Includes Sales Tax


COTTON PANTS
Boys' Famous Lee Wash and Wear
Styles and colors right for school!
Sizes 2.00 S S3.00


It's Boyles for amazing Values in
SCHOOL SOX 4pr. $1.00
Boys Colorful Striped Cottons Sizes 6-1


Extra Value! Girls'
Fine cotton Nainsook Sizes 1 to 14
GIRLS' SLIPS 2 for $1.00
Sizes 1 to 14


Regular $1.99 Campus
Quality Boys


Sport Shirts

2 for $3.00
Popular knits with collar
or fine woven, drip dry
cottons in colorful dark
tones, button collars, ta-
Lper shape. 6 to 18.


Men! Here's big
Savings!
BANLON

Stretch Sox
Viade to sell for $1.00 pr.

i2pr. $1.00
A fine color assortment


Values up to $5.00 in Young Men's
WASH and WEAR PANTS
That look good enough for dress Tailored by Cam-
pus and Lee.
$3.00 and $4.00 pr.
Best fabrics and colors ever in University and Conti-
nental models. Sizes 28 to 36.




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FOR FREE!
Ladies: A Lovely Pair of Seamless HOSE!
Gentlemen: A Pair of BANLON SOX
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FOR RENT: Two bedroom house, FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur- FOR SALE: Lots. Jonesville. $50.00
corner Tenth Street and Long nished apartment with garage. to $500.00. Cash or terms. Call Al
Avenue. Call Mrs. Nora Duren. 1206 Palm Blvd. Apply at 1208 227-8712 or write Box 333, Port St. Jern
Phone 227-5471. Vtc-6-13 Palm, or call 7-7431. 4tp-7-18 Joe. 4tp-7-24 by
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished FOR SALE: 4 bedroom home, 2,000 anyc
in Oak Grove. $50.00 mo. furnish- apartment at 522% Third St. In- feet floor space. 2 full baths, may
ed; $40.00 mo., unfurnished. Phone quire at 1904 Garrison Ave., or large fenced back yard, garage and the
227-8111. tfc 6-13 phone 227-8642. tfc-8-1 utility. Close to school. Well estab- Gulf
lished landscaping. 1027 Long Ave. house
FOR RENT: Large house trailer. Contact Ed Ramsey. with
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished 10x45. 2 bedrooms, 1% bath. Lo- from
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave. cated St. Joe Beach. $50.00 per FOR SALE: 2. story unfurnished a tion
Phone 227-7421. tf-28 month. Water furnished. Call 648- bedroom home, 1508 Long Ave., dema
4344. tfc-8-1 $5,500. Also, furnished 2 bedroom must
FOR RENT: Trailer space in Oak -brick home and small apartment, and
Grove. Sewer and water. $14.00 FOR RENT: One bedroom furnish- 1031 Long Ave., $11,000. Phone man
month. Phone L. C. Davis, 227-7059. ed apartment. 1 block from town, 648-4128. Mira. clair


your
prescription
may be "Greek"
to you...
but to your Rexall druggist the
Latin symbols have an exact
technical meaning. His years of
skill qualify him to read and fill
your Doctor's Prescription to the
letter, with fresh, potent ingredi-
ents. You can depend on your
Rexall druggist just the same as
you can depend on any drug prod-
uct that bears the name Rexall.




Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Ave.
Free Parking
Drive-In Window Service


$60.uu per month. Utiities furnisn-
ed. Mrs. Charles Browne, 305 6th
Street. tfc-8-15
FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom fur-
nished apartment with electric
kitchen, close to town. Couple only.
Call Mrs. R. H. Brinson at 227-5756.
FOR RENT: Apartment. 3 rooms
and bath, furnished. All private.
Water and heat furnished. Attic
fan. For couple only or woman.
1301 Monument Ave., Phone 227-
5301. ltp
FOR RENT: Two and three bed-
room houses. Furnished or un-
furnished. Phone 229-1361. Fennon
Talley. tfc-8-15


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Homogenized,

Pasteurized and

Buttermilk

Fresh Yard Eggs

Butter Oleo

Orange Juice

Orange, Grape and

Lemonade


Home Deliveredi



Harden's Dairy

BORDEN DAIRY PRODUCTS


Call 6394383 collect


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


Wewahitchka


Taylor s Seafood Grill


now offering


CURB SERVICE


TRY OUR DELICIOUS

FISH SANDWICHES
AND ALL OTHER SEAFOODS

Specializing In


Seafood

Highway 98


- Steaks Chicken

Highland View


(Next To St. Joe Bowling Lanes)
for fast service call 229-9036


ODIS TAYLOR
Owner


Seafood Platter... $1.75


FOR SALE: 1955 Ford truck, 6 cyl-
inder. Good shape. Reasonable
price. 906 10th St. Phone 227-2516.
2tp-8-15
FOR SALE: 1959 LeSabre 4-door
Buick. Walter Dodson, Fla. Na-
tional Bank. tfc-8-15
FOR SALE: 16-ft. Borum runabout
boat and 85 hp Mercury Motor.
Walter Dodson, Fla. National Bank.
FOR SALE: 1951 Plymouth coupe.
Good mill car. $75.00. Call 227-
5411 or 227-7211. 2tp-8-15
FOR SALE: 1935 Pick-up truck
sportster. With 1948 Mercury en-
gine. In excellent condition. See
at 1314 Marvin Ave., or phone
229-2446. l'p
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house at
Oak Grove. Pay equity and take
up payments. 408 Madison St. Cliff
Ellis. ltp
FOR SALE: Used upright piano.
$75.00. Phone 229-1701. Itp


SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
$14.63. These machines are in ex-
cellent shape. Write service mana-
ger, 280 North Palafox Street, Pen-
sacola. 4tc-7-18
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
MELP WANTED: Man to succeed
Rawleigh Dealer in Gulf County
or Port St. Joe and nearby. Over
25 preferred and car necessary. Can
earn $125 and up per week from
start. Write Rawleigh, Dept. FAH
100-1145, Memphis, Tenn. 8tp-8-1
for quick expert 6srvice. tfe
Thompson, Jacksonville collect, day
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
IT'S EASY AND SAFE TO MOVE
THE MAYFLOWER WAYI
Aero Mayflower Transit Company
places a complete nation-wide long-
distance moving service at your
command! Whether your move is
a few hundred miles or thousands,
the Mayflower System assures sat-
isfactory service. If you're planning
to move why not call your local
Mayflower agents, S U R P LU S
SALES of ST. JOE, Today. Just
Phone 227-2011. Across from the
Post Office.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3;66 fo.-'
further information or write P. 0.
BEux 535.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniel)
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M, 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
ing companions welcome.
Edgar L. Smith, High Priest
Roy L. Burch, Secretary
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.

ROBERT L. CREAMER, W. M.
ROY K .BLACKSHEAR, Sec.
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FOR SALE
12 ROOM BOARDING
HOUSE
Located at the corner of
Monument and Sixth Sts.
$750.00 cash. Building must
be removed from the prem-
ises within ninety days by
the purchaser.

FRAME STORE
BUILDING
30' x 90', with 12 bed-
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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Sun., FrI., Holidays 2:45 p.m-
Man. thru Thurs. 4:45 p.m.
Last Times Thursday

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JOE'S STARTER and
ERATOR and AUTO REPAIR
All Work Guaranteed
612 Madison Street
Oak Grove
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
e: Estate of
ELLA JERNIGAN WARD,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I creditors of the estate of Ella
igan Ward, deceased, are here-
notified and required to file
claims or demands which they
have against said estate in
office of the County Judge of
County, Florida, in the Court-
e at Wewahitchka, Florida,
in six (6) calendar months
n the date of the first publica-
of this notice. Each claim or
and must be in writing and
t state the place or residence
post office address of the clai-
t and must be sworn to by the
aant, his agent, or his attorney,
t will become void according
iw.
/s/ MASSEY J. WARD
/s/ GEORGE T. WARD
Executors
AS R. STONE
Reid Avenue 4t
St. Joe, Florida 8-1
rney for Executors
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S

COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
Re: Estate of
W. G. HARDY, SR.,
deceased. 'd
NOTICE TO CRErsT..B
II creditors of e e, .-
[Irdy, Sr., decea.
fled and require in
ms or dema iiB ay
againTDa estate in the of-
of rCounty Judgo of Gulf
tnt-riorida, in the Courthouse
Newahitchka, Florida, within six
n.iendar months from the date


FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment for couple only at 1621
Monument Ave. Phone 227-7641. tt
FOR RENT: Two one bedroom cot-
tages, furnished on 9th St. Also
2 bedroom unfurnished apt. Call
227-5111 or call by Smith's Phar-
macy. tfc
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house located at 522 Third
St. $55.00 per month. Water fur-
nished. Inquire at 1904 Garrison
Ave., or phone 227-8642. tfc-7-18
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
apartment, 114 Monument Ave.
Call 227-7816. tfc-7-18


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 Cons Itution
REV. THOMAS 8. HARRIS, D.D.. M!nliter


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


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


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Visiting With Greers
Sgt. and Mrs. James Herring and
daughter, Linda of San Juan, Puer-
to Rico, will leave today after
spending ten days here visiting
Mr. and Mrs. James Greer and Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Zimmerman. Mrs.
Herring will be remembered as the
former Onnie LeHardy.

MRS. CARTER OFFERING
PIANO AND ORGAN LESSONS
Anyone interested in taking be-
ginner piano or organ lessons are
asked to call Mrs. Jack Carter at
229-3791 for information.

Visiting With Jacksons
Earl Jackson, and three children
of Tucson, Arizona, are visiting
with Mr. Jackson's brother and
family, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jack-
son.


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Alabama Visitors
Miss Cheryl Drake of Garden-
dale, Ala., is visiting her cousins,
Connie and Dale Jackson.
Visiting In Virginia
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fensom and
family are visiting in Richmond,
Va.

of the first publication of this no- ----.-
tice. Each claim or demand must I
be in writing and must state the I
p ice or residence and post office
address of the claimant and must I
be sworn to by the claimant, h;s
agent, or his attorney, or it will
become void according to law.
HORACE ALTON HARDY hone 10 I
QUINCY LEE HARDY Port St. JI e, Florida
Executors of the Estate of
W. G. Hardy, deceased.
SILAS R. STONE
321 Reid Avenue 4t
Port St. Joe, Florida 8-8
ATTORNEY FOR EXECUTORS
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NOTICE OF REGULAR
MUNICIPAL ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that the
First Primary for two City Com-
missioners, one in Group Three (3)
and one in Group Four (4) will be POWDER POST
held at the City Hall Fire Station BEETLES
in the City of Port St. Joe, Florida
on Tuesday, September 10, 1963. call
The polls will open at 7:00
o'clock P.M., Eastern Standard
Time.
When there are more than two for the sake of your home
candidates for any one office and the sake of
neither shall receive a majority of
the total votes cast for such of-
fice, then another election shall be
held two weeks from the date of
the first election, or September 24,
1963, at which time the two candi- -
dates receiving the largest number
of votes in the former election shall
be voted on again.
J. B. WILLIAMS 4t
City Auditor & Clerk 8-15


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You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church

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

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME



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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1963

Completes Summer School
Miss Brenda Ward has returned
home after completing summer
school at Tallahassee.
New York Visitors
Major and Mrs. Ralph M. Falkner
and children, Stan, Steven and
Keith of Griffiss AFB, N. Y., will
arrive tomorrow to visit Mrs. Falk-
ner's mother, Mrs. J. B. Gloekler
and aunt, Mrs. Melvin L. Johnson.


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