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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 22, 1963
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
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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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T' MONEY TALKS-Let's keep

1 it where we can speak with It
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PER COPY your home town merchantsl

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

TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1963 NUMBER 49


ETAOIN SHRDLU
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY

The County budget is all final-
ized now.
Our millage has been sel, and it
reflects a little rise in millage.
The budget shows a small steady
rise in property values, which also
increases the amount of taxes paid
into county coffers each year.
As is usually the case, the draw-
ing up of and discussion of the
county budget this year, taught
most everybody something new in
reference to budgets.
This year's lesson was a rude
awakening for several people .
- even some of the county commis-
sioners learned this lesson for the
first time.
It is something that needs to be
-changed by legislative act.
We found out that the county
commissioners have no control at
all over the budget and expendi-
tares of the Sheriff's Department
and the County Judge's office. The
county Board cannot tamper with
their budget requests in any man-
ner without the consent of the
Sheriff and County Judge without
taking the matter to court.
Let us hasten to point out
that is not the fault of the Sher-
iff or County Judge. It is a state
law.

We found out, too that the bud-
get that finances the Sheriff's of-
fice and County Judge's office-
the Fine and Forfeiture Fund-is
some $11,500 short on income. The
_possible sources of income for this
budget are limited by law. And af-
ter all legal sources of income have
been exhausted by the Commis-
sion, the fund is still $11,500 shy.
The budget MUST balance, so the
,Board had to include an $11,500
item of income from "misceltan-
eous sources". No inkling as: to
where the money is coming from
is known by the Commission-.--

And to top it all off, fees charge
ed by the County Judge do not
have to be included in the budget.
He can expend them as he sees fit
without the consent of the county
commission. Of course, he must ac-
count for these funds for the state
auditor, but no county control of
county funds is allowed by state
law.

This situation should not be.
The county commission should
have control over county funds,
and it is. our opinion that local
legislation should be introduced to
provide this control.
The county board has expressed
a concern over this matter also,
and we hope they pursue the mat-
ter during the next session of the
State Legislature.
4
David Lawrence said in his na-
tionally syndicated column the
other day:
"Certainly leaving aside all com-
-parisons, it is time more emphasis
is given to the question of immor
ality in governmental affairs.
"'For evidently many clergymen
to whom the public looks for mor-
al guidance are so busy these days
engaging in or encouraging others
to participate in street "demonstra-
tions" thht they don't seem to have
the time or inclinatoin to prepare
sermons on the subject of immoral-
ity in government.
"Perhaps the taxpayer can claim
that, so far as spending his money
is concerned, he too, should have
equal lights"--at least in an hon-
est and fa. disbursement of his
earnings."


City Affirms

Gas Franchise
The City Commission affirmed
its franchise to the St. Joe Natur-
al Gas Company Tuesday night on
a motion by Commissioner Nedley
and a unanimous vote by the
Board.
Some question was raised sev-
eral weeks ago since the franchise
given the company four years ago
allowed the company four years to
construct their system. The four
Year period was up in May, but the
franchise also stated that the fran-
chise limitation time could be
extended at the option of the
Board.
The Board exercised this option
Tuesday night.


Stop That

'Noisy Muffler!
It was brought to the attention
of City Police this week that the
practice of driving automobiles
without mufflers in the city has
begun to grow especially
among the younger set.
Several complaints have been
filed with the city as a result
of this "noisy driving".
Chief of Police H. W. Griffin
and his crew has set out to
"stop noisy mufflers", as is the
law in Port St. Joe. An ordin-
ance on the books prohibits the
driving of autos with excessive-
ly noisy muflfers.
Chief Griffin urges that muf-
flers be put in use on all autos
before cases have to be made
against their owners.


The City Commission voted Tues-
day night to begin drawing up
specifications to let bids for the
purchase of two 750 GPM pumps
to install .at the City's water treat-
ment plant, on the St. Joe Paper
Company canal.
The need for the pumps was
made evident recently by a water
failure in the city. The old pumps
are 350 GPM pumps, but have
worn to the point where they are
not pumping this capacity. Even
so, it would take both pumps now
in operation to furnish water for
the city in summer months.
The old pumps are also limited
to capacity in the manner in
which water is extracted from the
canal-through a porous pipe in
the bottom of the canal.
The new pumps, of which two
pwms abe installed, each will take.
care, of the City's water needs.
Two pumps are being installed as
a safety factor.
The pumps will be installed on a
platform over the water canal and
lift water directly from the canal
and pipe it to the treatment plant.
Estimated cost of the two new
pumps and installation will be in
the neighborhood of $5,000.
More Filter Systems
The City of Port St. Joe .is out-
growing the present treatment fa-
cilities at the water plant. Al-
though the plant was designed to
provide twice its present output,
part of the components to make it
capable of such a load was not in-
cluded at the first construction.
The City Board is now consid-
ering having a survey made of
the plant and estimates for a new
filtering bed and treated water
storage tank at the plant. This will
approximately double the capacity
of the plant and make it capable
of supplying treated water to over
10,000 people.
Although the plant is presently
taking care of the local load easily,
it is recommended that water
plants operate at no more than
50 percent of capacity. The Port
St. Joe plant is now operating as
high as 75 percent of capacity in
the summer months.

St. Joe Bowling Lanes
Under New Management
C. W. Smith has left the St. Joe
Bowling Lanes and the popular lo-
cal recreation center is now under
new management.
Now operating the lanes is Ever-
ett Zeigler, formerly employed with
Bowlarama of Panama City for five
years. He is qualified in ball drill-
ing and custom fitting of balls and
is also a qualified bowling instruc-
tor.
Mr. Zeigler is married and the
father of four boys. In Panama City
he attended the Trinity Lutheran
Church.

Softball Double 'Elimination
Tournament Set Monday
There will be a softball double
elimination tournament played in
Port St. Joe Monday night. Game
time will be 7:00 p.m. with two
games on tap.
Play will be held at the softball
field near the Centennial Building.
Teams competing in the tourna-
ment will be Florida National
Bank, Wewahitchka State Bank, Wi-
ley Supply Co., and Vitro.
No admission is charged and ev-
ezyone is invited to attend.


School Opens Next Thursday


ALL GULF SCHOC

HIGH SCHOOL FA(


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
Labor 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.


)LS TO OPEN;

:ULTY COMPLETE

According to Wayne Saunders,
principal, the Port St. Joe High
School will begin the 1963-64
school term on Thursday, August
29.
All other Gulf County schools
will open their doors on this
same date.
The first day will be a complete
school day, beginning at 8:35 a.m.
and lasting to 3:55 p.m. Buses will
run on the same schedule as last
year. Lunch will be served at the
regular price in all schools.
Students are requested to re-
port on Thursday to the gymna-
sium, where each will receive his
room assignment by roll call from
the homeroom teachers. Any regu-
lar student whose name is not call-
ed will remain in the gymnasium
for further instructions. New stu-
dents will also remain in the gym
until they are instructed concern-
ing their registration.
Mr. Saunders has stated that the
pre-school work, which is now in
progress, gives the promise of a
good school year for the Port St.

Port St. Joe Elementary School
parents are advised to come in
next Tuesday to pay fee money
for children entering school this
semester.
Any transfer students (other
than first graders) should come
in by next Wednesday. No trans-
fer students will be accepted on
the first day of school next
Thursday. They must be regis-
tered before or after the first
day.

Joe High School;
High School Faculty
The high school faculty, which
is now complete, includes the fol-
lowing:
Wayne Saunders, Principal
Allen Scott, Assistant Principal.
Mrs. Elwyn Blount, secretary.
Mrs. Katherine Ivey, counselor.
Miss Netta Niblack, librarian.
Bobby Brown, coach and physical
education.
Kimbrel Skipper, assistant coach
and mathematics.

Robert Nedley Escapes
Serious Hurts In Wreck
Robert Nedley of Port St. Joe
received only a cut lip when his
automobile was totally demolished
in an accident early Saturday
morning.
According to Highway Patrolman
Ken Murphy, Nedley was travel-
ing toward Port St. Joe Saturday
morning at about 3:00 a.m. when
his car left the road on the left
side. Nedley's car had its two left
wheels off the road and traveled
67 feet in this position when it hit
the left bannister of the draw
bridge at Highland View. Murphy
said that Nedley was traveling at
about 50 mph and never put on his
brakes. The patrolman said that
Nedley apparently went to sleep at
the wheel.
Nedley was taken to the Munici-
pal Hospital where he was treated
for the cut lip. His car, was equip-
ped with seat belts.
The automobile, a 1963 Ford had
damages estimated at $3,500.00.
No charges were filed.
--If--I
Owner of Local Carp's
Store Dies In St. 'Louis
Bernard Carp, active civic, phil-
anthropic, religious and business
leader, died in a St. Louis, Mo.,
hospital. Mr. Carp was president
of Carp Department Stores. He was
an active supporter of local indus-
try and various other organiza-
tions. He contributed time as well
as money to the construction of
many hospitals in towns where
Carp stores are located. He was a
member of various retailers asso-
ciations and was active in promot-
ing Sunday closing. His favorite
St. Louis charity was the St. Louis
Children's Hospital.
Mr. Carp was in his sixties. Sur-
viving are his wife, daughter, two
sons, a sister and two brothers.
Mr. Carp was a frequent visitor
to Port St. Joe and claimed many
friends and acquaintances in this
area.


The Board of County Commission met last for the Dead Lakes Water Management Area and
Thursday night to hold a public hearing on the one mill levied to operate the Gulf County Health
budget for 1963-64. No complaints were forthcom Department. Last year's millage rate was 14.4.
budget for 1963-64. No complaints were forthcom This means a 1.2 mill increase which will bring in
ing from the handful of people in attendance, so approximately $22,500.
the Board adopted their budget as published in Pictured above left to right are, Commission
last week's issue of The Star. chairman A. J. Strickland, Sheriff B. E. Parker,
The new budget will bring in $550,936.22 to Clerk George Y. Core, and Commissioners James
operate the county's separate funds the next fis- McDaniel, Walter Graham, Silas Player and Leo
cal year. The new budget will require a tax rate Kennedy as they look over the last draft of the
of 15.6 mills. This includes the half mill levied new budget.


Miss Miriam Dismuke, girls' phy- ness Education.
sical education. Mrs. Betty Traweek, Business
Mrs. Jacque Price, Spanish. Education.
Mrs. Margaret Biggs, English. James Melnnis, science.
Mrs. Edith Stone, English. James Traweek, science.
Mrs. Virginia Harrison, English. Mrs. Billie-Jeanne Guilford, Jun-
Mrs. Jean Little, English. ior-Hig' mathematics and science.
m vrs. Floy Howard, Mathematics. James Gunter, science and'driv-
Mrs. Margaret Addison, Mathe- ers' education.
'natics. Olin Holt, Senior High social
Mrs. Lillian Kennington, Busi- studies.


Lamar Faison, social studies.
Miss Elizaveth Palmer, social
studies.
-- Mrs. Martha Sanborn, Eng4sh
and social studies.
Mrs. Eula Pridgeon, h-ne econ-
omics.
James Yadon, industrial arts.
Mrs. Marianne McConnell, Jun-
ior High.
Herman Dean, band.


Trio Qualify for City Office


Anniversaries N

Are "'Legion"

In December
It was brought out by City Au-
ditor and Clerk J. B. Williams
Tuesday night, that December
marks a multitude of anniversaries
in Port St. Joe.
It is the 25th anniversary of the
Centennial Building; the City's
50th anniversary and the 125th
anniversary of the signing of
Florida's first constitution here in
Port St. Joe.
Williams stated that since so
many anniversaries fall on the
same-date, some sort of celebration
should be worked up.
Commissioner Coldewey suggest
ed that civic clubs in the city be
contacted to work up some such
event with the cooperation of the
City.
This suggestion met with the ap-
proval of the Board.


William R. Tapper

Accepts Commerce

Dept. Appointment
William R. Tapper, President,
Tapper and Company, has accept-
ed the invitation of Honorable Lu-
ther H. Hodges, Secretary of Com-
merce, to serve on the North Cen-
tral Florida Regional Export Ex-
pansion Council. In Secretary
Hodges' letter to Mr. Tapper, the
Secretary stated, "Vigorous action
is needed to expand U. S. exports
to help solve our balance of pay-
ments problem and maintain our
international economic position."
The Council is composed of 20
leaders in business, industry, busi-
ness organizations and education.
The objective is to encourage man
ufacturers to investigate the in
creasing potential for profitable
export business and to inform the
manufacturers concerning the
comprehensive assistance available.
Each Council member has ac-
cepted personal responsibility to
devote time and resources to stim-
ulate individual non-exporters and
present limited exporters to ex-
plore this additional market oppor-
tunity. Meetings of this Council
are held in different upper Flor-
ida cities but Council activity in
coordination with the U. S. Depart-
ment of Commerce Field Office in
Jacksonville is on a continuous
basis.
Henry N. Folk, Jr., Pensacola
executive and Chairman of its
Port Authority, is Chairman of this
Regional Export Expansion Coun-
cil. William T. Hunt, Director of
theU. S. Department of Commerce
Jacksonville Field Office, 5 1 2
Greenleaf Building, is Executive
Secretary, and the many Govern-
ment services are available through
his office.
Manufacturers and agricultural
producers are invited to contact
Mr. Tapper or Chairman Folk, or
Executive Secretary Hunt in order
to determine the possibility of for-
eign markets and to obtain infor-
mation and assistance in develop-
ing foreign distribution.


Accused Murderers Plead Guilty Before

Grand Jury; Ask For Mercy Hearing
A circuit court jury will deter-
mine the degree of guilt on August will make a recommendation for
28 of two men who have pleaded mercy. If it recommends mercy,
guilty to murder charges in the the men would be sentenced to life
robbery and kidnap slaying of imprisonment. If it does not, the
two Highland View men three death sentence is mandatory.
weeks ago. Sheriff Byrd Parker said the
Freddie Lee Pitts, 22, New Or- eri e d
leans, La., and Wilbur Lee, 28, Port men told officers they held up
St. Joe pulpwood worker, both Ne- Burkett and Floyd at the service
groes filed the guilty pleas at their station early in the morning on
arraignment Saturday before Cir- August 1, forced them into their
cuit Judge W. L. Fitzpatrick. The car and later shot both in the head
judge set the hearing date. in woods about three miles north
The arraignment came after an of White City.
empaneled Grand Jury issued a The bodies were found two days
"true bill" of indictment against later by two Negro women on their
the pair for the robbery-kidnap- wpy fishing.
slaying of Jesse Burkett, 50, High- -
land View service station attend- Guests of Baggetts
ant and Grover Floyd, Jr., 28, a Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0.
customer at the station at the time Baggett has been M-Sgt. and Mrs..
of the. crime. L. L. Allen and two sons, Loren
The jury will determine if it and Lucius from Charleston, S. C.


Highland View FD Gets New Pumper

NEW FIRE TRUCK-Pictured above are members of the Highland
View Fire Department checking out a truck recently purchased for
their use by the county from a suburb of Pittsburgh, Pa. Looking
over the truck are Stewart Lyle, in the drivers seat, Grover Hol-
land, sec.-treas., of the department and R. A. Skipper, Highland
View Fire Chief. (Star photo)


Harold Odum
Harold Odum of Port St. Joe
got in under the wire Tuesday
afternoon and qualified for election
to the City Commission in Group
Four.
Odum will be opposed by Wade
W. Barrier, Jr., both of whom are
after the seat being vacated by
Commissioner I. W. Duren.
Duren is stepping down after
five years on the board.
Odum is an engineer with the
Florida Asphalt Paving Company
in Panama City. Prior to joining
this firm he was employed by the
engineering department of the St.
Joe Paper Company.

1. C. Nedley
Commissioner I. C. Nedley an-
rnounced this week that he will
seek re-election to the City Corn
mission for another two year
term.
Nedley will be opposed by A. V.
Bateman who also qualified this
week.
Nedley is a veteran Commis-
sioner having served in this capa-
city for many years. He has ser
ved on the Board longer than any
other member of the present Com-
mission staff.
Nedley is owner of Nedley's
Florist in Port St. Joe.

A. V. Bateman
A. V. Bateman, an instrument
technician at the St. Joe Paper
Company, qualified Monday of this
week to run for City Commission-
er in Group Three.
Bateman will oppose incumbent
I. C. Nedley.
The announced candidate has
been a resident of Port St. Joe for
21 years and presently resides at
the corner of Eight Street and
Long Avenue.
This is Bateman's first try for
public office.

HENRY GEDDIE IS HOME
FROM NEW ORLEANS HOSPITAL
Henry Geddie is back home from
an extended stay as the Oschner
Clinic in New Orleans. He is at
his home on Garrison Avenue and
invites his friends to come by to
visit with him.


City Will Let Bids for New Pumps

To Be Placed At Water Treatment Plant
















































Engagement Announced


Mrs. Rush Chism of Mobile, pany in Mobile
Alabama formerly of Port St. Mr. Bliss a
Joe, Florida, announce the en- High School, U
gagement of her daughter, Mina bama Mobile C
Delores, to William Lyman Bliss, accountant of X
son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Box of al Technical S
Mobile, Alabama. sociated with R
Miss Chism, daughter of the tion and Equipn
late Mr. Chism, and maternal pany.
grandparents ,are Mr. and Mrs. The wedding
Henry Grady Hughes of Prich- ber 14, at 3:00
ard,- Alabama. ternoon, at tl
The prospective bride gradu- bride-elect in
ated from Port St. Joe High No invitation=
School, is presently employed in but all friends,
the accounting department of invited to atte
Albright and Wood Drug Corn-- and reception.


attended Murphy
University of Ala-
enter, a graduate
Alabama Vocation-
School. He is as-
. E. Cox Construc-
ment Rental Com-

g will be Septem-
o'clock in the af-
he home of the
Gulf Hills.
ns are being sent
and relatives are
end the ceremony


Hospital Auxiliary Committee Names

Thrift Shop Workers for Fall Months
The new committees for Hos-
pital Auxiliary workers were an- B
nounced this week for the months First Baptist
ot September, October and Novem- B
ber by Mrs. George Tapper. presi- Circle Meets
dent.
The pick-up and marking corn Circle No. 2 of the First Bs
nmi tee who will serve for these WMS Number One met Mo
:l,ee months are: Mrs. Jack Ma- August 19 in the home of
Lor. 227-3891; Mrs. Harry Babbit, W. J. Belin.
227 5381 and Mrs. Wal. Barrier, Mrs. W. L. Durant, chairman
.ir., 227-4636. charge of the meeting. Mrs. V
.\tsone who has us2d clothing Pridgeon. program chairman,
f.r other merchandise to donate ed by others gave the prog
ior sale at the Auxiiary's lhrift The topic was "Sharing P
.-;.,p will please contact one of sions". Mrs. Bracewell led
these ladies, group in prayer rememberin
T lephone chairman for this per missionaries on the calendi
i is Mrs. Calvin Floyi who will prayer for the day.
(all the Thrift Shop workers to After the business period
.-enund them of the date they are meeting was closed with pray
to serve. The president poi.'ted Mrs. Tom Parker, Sr.
jut, however, that Mrs. Floyd will During the social time, the
not be responsible for substitu- ess served sandwiches, pie
tions; this remains the respensibili- punch to the nine members
ty of the worker. two visitors present.
thrift Shop workers were an- Mrs. Durant will be hosted
I1 uLced as follows: the circle in September.
cept. 7; Mrs. Maurice Dawson _
:.nd Mrs. Billy Quarles.
-Ept. 14; Mrs. Tom F:eeman and G o I A
Mrs. Bob Faliski. Golden Agers
5 ept. 21; Mrs. Wesley Grace and Pc n i
lurs. Robert King. Plan cnc
Sept. 28; Mrs. Dave May and
Mrs. Tom Parker. The Golden Agers were a
Oct. 5; Mrs. H. C. Philyaw and Stac House for their sche
Mrs. Bob Phillips. meeting August 12 with a g
Oct. 12; Mrs. Tommy Pridgeon number present, although son
and Mrs. Milton Chafin. the regulars were still mission
Oct. 19; Mrs. Johnny Sikes and were very glad to welcome
Mrs. Richard Porter. member, Mrs. Mary Whitaki
Oct. 26; Mrs. Hubert Richards A surprise was in store for
and Mrs. Gannon Buzzett. present as they went in the
Nov. 2; Mrs. Joe Parrott and at the spic and span appeal
Mrs. Tom Coldewey. of the Stac House. A large fa
Nov. 9; Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr., Lben installed and the floors
and Mrs. Henry Campbell. ly painted and waxed. The o
Nov. 16; Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr., walls had already had a '
and Mrs. Bob Vervaeke. over". The club really appre
Nov. 23; Mrs. Tommy Hutchins the interest taken in maki
and Mrs. William Whaley. attractive, and enjoys havir
Nov. 30; Mrs. Percy Fleishel and regular meetings there.
Mrs. H. C. Brown. Refreshments were served
The treasurer, Mrs. Lawrence hostesses, Mrs. Fillingim and
-Bowen should be contacted each Ivy Williams. A picnic sup
Saturday for the key to the shop. planned for the next meet:
Mexico Beach on August 26

'Busy Bee' Class

EleCts Officers Reception for
The ladies "Busy Bee" Sunday Teachers Sunda
school class of the Pentecostal Ho-
liness Church held their meeting A reception for Port S
Mr'- 4ay night in the home of Mrs. teachers will be held on S
Marie Wynn. August 25 from 3:00 to 5:01
One purpose of the meeting was sponsored by the Port St. J(
to elect new officers for the class. cees. This is an annual ever
The meeting was called to order by the Jaycees.
Mrs. Wynn, president. Mrs. Sadie The reception will be h
Presley led the class in prayer and the Stac House.
Mrs. Wynn read for the devotional All teachers of the Port
Psalm 100, a praise to God for His schools are ,expected to
power. Many interesting subjects hand to meet parents of the
were discussed for the betterment Everyone is invited to att
of the class. As the election began guests of the Jaycees and mi
tor new officers, the class voted honor guests. Punch and (
for Mrs. Presley again for class will be served at the occa,
teacher, as she has been such an School Board members an
outstanding teacher. ty officials will also be gu
The other officers were elected the Jaycees at this time.
as follows: Marie Wynn, president;
Daisy Burns, vice-president; Cath-
crine Adams, sec.-Treas.; Grace Or- New Handbook
rell, publicity and flower chairman;
Dot Hamm, visitation chairman; Lukemia Publisl
Alena Carter, missionary chairman;
Willie Mae Lollie, prayer chairman Becouse many members
and the social committee will be medical profession are vital
Mrs. Leona Stoutamire, Mrs. Marie corned about the seriousne
Wynn and Mrs. Sadie Presley. the progressive increase inlet
All are very pleased with the ia the Florida Division
election of officers and each plan erican Cancer Society is
to make a special effort to do their Si s
duties to the best of her ability. ing 2,600 physicians thro
After the election of officers, the state, who are particular
the class enjoyed a social hour, terested in all forms of
with Mrs. Carter in charge. Deli- with a new technical handb
cious homemade ice cream and leukemia.
cookies were served by Mrs. Marie The handbook gives a su
Wynn and Mrs. Grace Orrell. of information for physician
Those present were Daisy Burns, lative to thediagnosis. tre
Belle DuBose, Marie Wynn, Grace and current research conc
Orrell, Dot Hamm, Alena Carter leukemia. It also tells abo
and Sadie Presley. Special prayer vices which are being made
was offered for the sick absentees. ble to assist physicians in th
The "Busy Bee" class will regret of patients who have develop
that Mrs. Belle DuBose cannot be disease.
with the class any more, for she A chapter on the backgro
has been elected for other duties the disease discloses that t]
at the Pentecostal Holiness Church. kemia death rate has increa


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. i fu- UKLA.. wU i 1704

Visiting With Daughter Vacation In Florida
Mrs. Herman Smith of Orlando Mrs. R. H. Marshall and daugh-
is spending this week with her ter, Charlotte and Miss Lavern
' daughter. Mrs. Jimmy Costin while Glass have returned after a vaca-
Mr. Costin is spending two weeks tion trip visiting points of inter-
at camp at Fort Benning. est in Florida.


aptist
nday,'
Mrs.
n, had
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S" tion for physicians on subjects of
diagnosis, therapy, treatment of a-
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moran of White City announce portive therapy, research and ser-
the birth of a son, Ricky Wayne on vice to patients.
August 18. Dr. Margaret E. Waid, Chairman
Mr. and Mrs. Waylon Darrol of the Committee on Leukemia of
Burks of 1106 Palm Blvd., an- the Society's Florida Division, said
nounce the birth of a son, Mark that a limited supply of the Leu-
Timothy on August 10. kemia Handbooks is still available
Mr. and Mrs. Waring Eldredge to physicians who have not receiv-
Murdock, 209 Seventh Street an- ed a copy by mail. They may be ob-,
nounce the birth of a baby girl, tained, withont cost, by writing,
Cynthia Arlene on August 12. Florida Division, American Cancer
(All births occurred at the Port Society, 416 Tampa Street, Tampa,
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By CHARLES A. OSBORNE you know that this isn't the case
First article in a series of ar- and for that reason you'll agree
icles from Washington High that education is essential. But
School) what type of education should your
"When winter comes can children receive? One that could
ring be far behind?" After liv- be used centuries ago or one that
Ig for many years through the will meet the challenges of today
ur seasons those of us who pos- and tomorrow. Do you wish for,
ess the thinking ability and those your child to face problems simi-
ho have only the animal instincts lar to those confronting the fire-
xpect warmer weather to follow men of the railways?
ie bitter cold and if anyone were This is a scientific world with
tell us that it would be any oth- all the arts and desirable charac.
r way we would be reluctant to teristics of human beings; yet, so
believe. Our many weaknesses and many of our youngsters are taking
abits of taking for granted be- things for granted. They complete
ome an obstacle that overshadows their basic training but find them
ur doubts. If the prediction should selves unable to compete. Many
ome true, we would try to hide are in crowded fields and have not
ur ignorance to prepare our well received training for other oppor-
eing or admit our failure to con- tunities. Some have not met the
ede by placing the blame on some requirements for advance study
person, place or thing. One com- not to mention preparation for ap-
non escape goat is human nature prenticeship. Only students with
-a term that falls under the def- sound education have any real se-
nition of humanity. So often, one curity. As a science educator I in-
ill hear an old timer declare that vite you to give some thought to
e don't build houses or cars like the science courses available in
e use to. It is possible that the your school. I am not prejudice to
ood wood was exhausted years ago the other areas because I realize
without -any thought of conserva- there are unmarked boundaries be-
on. Could the cars of yesteryears tween the different contents of
ake the'tortures of our super high- education, but having an obligation
ays, load levels, job assignments to my profession and being aware
r to be more implicit, would they of the demands of the world I
e fit to drive after the road test challenge you to help secure the
he modern cars must pass before future. In fact, science may be
eing offered to the consumers? listed under the humanities be-
Besides these little misunder- cause in these days and those to
landings there are the debates on come it is a desirable characteris-
1 this modern stuff-space travel tic of human beings to think scien-
tomic energy, automation (think- tific and the more one does the
ng and working machines), new more evident the existence of a
developments in medical and supreme creator becomes.
1encal researchV YesO al these-


(beautiful) things make up our
dialy lives that are much easier
and more comfortable and destin-
ed to: become better for generations
to come providing the standards
are met. Let's pretend for a mom-
ent these things do not exist.
Would there be enough caves to
house all mankind? Would there
still be good soil for farming? Af-
ter all, every family will be plant-
ing. What would be the average
life span of man? Can you imagine
the situation of man if he had not
developed his environment or what
will happen if he doesn't continue
to protect his title as homo sap-
iens? Or perhaps, you may believe
that the things you use on this pla-
net are found as ores that one digs
in the earth and there finds a TV,
a house or maybe an automobile
with all the optionals. Of course


In Memorium
IN MEMORY OF MY FRIEND
AND BROTHER GEORGE HARDY
Down on the bank of the creek
there lived,
A man who I had come to love.
He doesn't live by the creek
anymore,
He is living with God up above.
I was by no means the only
good friend
That this good little man
ever had.

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When he left us a few days ago,
Many a heart was made very
sad.
He was one of the finest men,
That his children ever knew.
And there were lots of others
Who said the same thing too.
His widow is a very fine woman,
And she will gladly say
'George seemed to grow sweeter
With each passing day.'
All of his family dearly loved
him,
For he was always kind and
true.
He loved and respected them all,
And anything for them he


would do.
All of his neighbors far and
near,
Had many good things to say
of him.
And no one ever heard Uncle
George
Speak an evil word about them.
Brother Hardy was a good
christian,
And very dearly loved his
Lord.
And where his church met to
worship
He was there with it in sweet
accord.
Our dear one has gone to be


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1963

with God,
In the land beyond the blue
sky.
Keep looking and waiting for
us loved one,
For we will meet you there
by and by.
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in 1956, about 1675 have entered
training. This coming year the av-
erage monthly enrollment is ex-
pected to be 474 J. J. Hill, Gulf
County Service Officer said
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florl This education program is for
By the Star Publishing Company the sons and daughters of veterans
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and PublV 4w whose death was from disabilities
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter roof or illness incurred in active ser-
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department I vice. The eligible "children" gen-
DLAL 227-3161 POSTOFizCE Box 80W erally must be from 18 to 23 years
-- of age. They are called "orphans"
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe, even though one parent may be
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879. still alive. They may marry without
losing eligibility. Also, the present
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE marital status of the surviving par-
ONE YEAR, OG SIX MONTHS, $.75 THREE MONTHS. $127.50 ent does not affect their eligibility.
All applicants must have com-
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers pleted courses or have been a stu-
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such dent in a regular high school. They
advertisement. T
may pursue college education or
take vocational cources leading to
W ar Orphans to Start College This Yeara futurefield of employment, Mr.
Approximately 300 young men old War Orphans Education pro- The porgram was originally es-
will apply for training in Florida's gram, the Veterans Administration tablished for those children whose
colleges and schools this fall for said today. veteranparent's death was due to
the first time under the seven-year-I Since the program was launched war time disability or illness. It has
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TAKE CRUISE TO BAHAMA
Mr. and Mrs. William Quarles, Jr., tiff and Susan Quarles of
Port St. Joe and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Quarles, Sr., of Port St. Joe
recently returned from a delightful cruise aboard the completely
air-conditioned S. S. Bahama Star to nearby Nassau from Miami,
with the ship docking right at Bay Street in quaint Nassau, making
it easy to shop in the native straw market, swim at Nassau's famed
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conflict, or from extra-hazardous
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Children who enter upon this
educational program may receive
as much as 36 months of schooling
with the VA paying an allowance
of up to $110 a month for each
month they are at school. They will
also be given vocational counsel-
ing prior to entering upon their
courses to help them select both a
goal and adequate prepartory
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You Are Welcome To The
First United Pentecostal Church
10th St. NW. and Victoria Avenue Highland View, Florida
Rev. JAMES J. HILL, Pastor


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP 11:15
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30
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Army PFC Robert McMullon,
whose wife, Gloria, and mother,
Mrs. Ottis K. McMullon, live at 670
Second Ave., Highland View, Port
St. Joe, Fla., is participating in Ex-
ercise SWIFT STRIKE 111, a U. S.
Strike Command exercise in Geor-
gia and North and South Carolina,
involving more than 75,000 armed
forces personal.
SWIFT STRIKE 111 pits two task
forces against each other in a four-
week mock war ending Aug. 16,
and includes airborne maneuvers,
long-distance airlifts, air-ground
support missions and counterguer-
rilla operations.
McMullon, a mortar gunner in
the second Battalion's Headquart-
ers Company of the first Armored
Division's 52d Infantry at Fort
Hood, entered the Army in Septem-
ber 1961 and completed basic train-
ing at Fort Jackson, S. C.

S.S. Administration

Denies Clearance
The publisher of a book which
is being widly advertised as con-
taining exclusive information and
"tips" on"How to get twice as
much social security," states that
his book has been cleared for ac-
curacy "with the highest legal
authority on the subject of Social
Security benefits claims."
This book, John V. Carey, social
security district manager, said to-
day, has not been cleared by the
Social Security Administration.
Carey said that the book, which
is offered for sale at prices rang-
ing from $1.99 to $5.00, contains
advice which if followed might
place a person in a worse rather
than a better financial position.
He said also that taking some of
the "tips" the book offers might
lead to extensive delay in the pay-
ment of social security benefits,
because all of the facts would have
to be investigated before social
security benefits could be paid.
"Responsible publishers of priv-
ately published books and pamph-
lets about social security," Carey
pointed out, "make sure that their
materials are technically accurate
and up to date. Also, they-do not
try to promote sales with adver-
tising materials indicating that the
information they offer is not avail-
ble elsewhere. Nor do they state or
imply that a person might lose mo-
ney by not buying the book they
offer for sale."
Carey advised anyone who has
a question as to the accuracy of a
privately published book about
social security to ask his social
security office about it. He em-
phasized that there are many re-
liable privately published books
about social security and the pub-
lishers of these books perform a
service to the public in helping
the Social Security Administration
to inform people about their rights
and responsibilities under the so-
cial security law.
The Social Security office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son Avenue, Panama City, Florida,
(telephone P03-5331).


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Mullinax-McCormick
Wedding Vows ExchangI

Miss Sandra Jean Mullinax,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs .RoDert
Mullinax of Donalsonville, Ga., and
Engene T. McCormick, son of 1U.
and Mrs. Preston T. McCormic'f.,
Highland View, exchanged wed-
ding vows in a double ring cere-
mony, Saturday, August 17 in the
Friendship Methodist Church of
Donalsonville.
The couple is now residing at
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DOG FOOD 2 cans 33c
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before the Board and requested THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
the County to consider his firm for THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1963
dO 5,l MeS fany pSroposed work for the County
the recent projects his firm has 250'xl" 3 ply 300 lb. pressure
done. After discussion, the Board booster hose with coupling.
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA and Max W. Kilbourn were also told Mr. Evans that the Board has Hosj must meet Federal specifi-
August 13, 1963 present. already employed an architect to cations 22-451-A.
The Board of County Commis-' The meeting came to order at present a proposal for the county There being no further business,
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, 9:00 A.M. The Clerk opened the jail needs; that the County does the meeting did then adjourn.
,met this date in regular session meeting with prayer. not plan to construct a new jail at ATTEST:
w:th the following members press Minutes for the meetings of July this time, nor does it know what George Y. Core A. J. Strickland
ent: A. J. Strickland, Chairman, 1, 9, and 23, 1963, were read, ap- recommendations will be made by Clerk Chairman
Leo Kennedy, S. C. Player, Walter proved and adopted. he architect as t the ail needs.
Graham and James G. McDamel. Lwrence Evans, representing for he Chairman thanked Mr.st in Gulf Cou Evans T t
The Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, Road Huddleston, Satterfield, Evans and for hs iterest in Gulf County's Send The Star to a riena.
Superintendent, Mosquito Control Lillie, Architects, and Engineers needs.
Supervisor, Civil Defense Director of Tallahassee, Florida, appeared The Board voted to pay the Cal-
-- houn County General Hospital $75
for Louise Forehand. USE THE WANT ADS
The Board directed the Clerk to
NEED A PLU B ERD add the following games to the
NE ED sAPLUMBaER? indigent roll: Helen L. Burkett,
$15.00; Betty Nunery, $15.00; Inez
CALL BEAMAN Bright, $15.00 and Bessie Dykes,
Plub in Installation Repai$15.00.
Plumbing installation Repal The Board received a bill from
Contract Work A Speolalty the Cherokee Hotel, Tallahassee,
Floridiai, in the amount of $569.59
Agets for for room No. 317 for the 1963 Leg-
islative Session. After discussion,
Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures there was a motion by Commission- HOW COOL
-CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE- er Kennedy, seconded by Commis-
sioner McDaniel, and unanimously
carried, that said bill be paid. W LLYOU BE
TWO EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS TO SERVE YOU The Clerk presented an order
from the Circuit Court of Gulf
County, ordering the Board to pre- W HV EN You
BEA AN PLUMBING SERVICE parean additional jury list as pro-
E MI 1 PLUMBI NG R VIC vided in Section 40.2 (4) Florida
1107 GARRISON AVL PHONE *AII 74641 Statutes. Whereupon, the Board GET HOUM -
did then select an additional jury *
list for the Circuit Court. List re-
corded.
Wiley Collingsworth requested
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend the County to give him a road,
You Are Cordially Invited To Athat would enable him to get to his
..f h flr- |home in the Honeyville area. Af- I
SA a tit ter questioning Mr. Collingsworth
SB would be constructed as soon as
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pstor the necessary right of way was .
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor presented to the County. Commis-
sioner McDaniel was appointed to
SUNDAY SCHOOL ......----.. 9:45 a.m. check on this right of way.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m. Max W. Kilbourn reported that
6:4 P.. the State Road Department has
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .. ... 6:45 P.M. agreed to make the requested
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M. changes in the streets now under
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 p.m. construction in Port St. Joe and I
The Board discussed a ditch
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street project that is to drain the Lester
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated Subdivision. The Road Superinten- (
dent reported that the ditch would
VISITORS ALWAYS W ELCOME cross property that the County has /
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME no easement on. The Board direct-
ed that the land owner be request-
_._ ed to give the necessary right of
way in order that the ditch project At least the fish is going
may be completed. At least the fish is going in
The following reports were pre- the refrigerator. How about
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH sented, examined and ordered fil- you? Imagine opening the
ed: Florida Division of Corrections; door and walking into coo!
Frm Agent; Mosquito Control De- air conditioned comfort. It
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor apartment and Road and Bridge De- costs less than you think.
apartment. Phone today. See how you
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m. The Chairman announced that he can be living better with
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a was very happy to announce that electric air conditioning for
BAPTISTOR RNING UNSI ON... 6:45 R. G. Vervaeke, Plant Manager, the rest of the summer.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ......... ... 6:45 p.m. Michigan Chemical Corporation of
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m. Port St. Joe, has informed him that
the 645 yards of shell, valued at
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .. 7:30 p.m. $1,500.00 obtained from the Michi-
C d i gan Chemical Corporation, used in
"Come and Worship God With Us" constructing a road from the Ken-
ney Mill Road to the new Port St.
Joe Sanitary Land Fill is a dona-
tion to Gulf County, from said cor-
m w portion, and that said corporation
was pleased to be able to make the
FIRST METHODIT CHU RCHn contribution to the county. OFFER GOOD n
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH All July bills were presented, ex- JUNE Instant
amined, approved and ordered AUG. 31 Comfort
Intersection Monument and Contttation paid. lcray
REV. THOMAS 8. HARRIT, D.D., Minister The Board directed the Clerk to Electrically!
advertise for the following equip-
ment for the Highland View Fire
Church School 9:45 AJH. Department, bids to be received
until 6:30 p.m., August 27, 1963, 7 k7t,,^, a,/
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. to-wit: FLORIDA
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Methodist Youth Fellowship ...-...... 6:00 P.M. tached or spanner wrench. CORPORATION
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Gliddet-Company Publishes Product
Index Listing All Products Manufactured


A detailed listing of the variety
and multitude of items manufact-
ured by the Baltimore-headquart-
ered Chemicals Group of the Glid-
den Company is provided through
publication of a Products Index
announced today.
George M. Halsey, vice presi-
dent and chief of the chemicals
group, which has main adminis-
trative offices here for its many-
' sided operations in the Baltimore
area as well as at Port St. Joe and
Jacksonville, Fla., Hammond, Ind.,
and Johnstown, Pa., said copies
could be obtained by writing to
The Glidden Company, 3901 Hawk-
ins Point Road, Baltimore, Mary-
land 21226.
The index points out that the
Pigments and Color Division at
Hawkins Point and across the Pat-
apsco Rivei at St. Helena manu-
factures titanium dioxide and cad-
mium-selenide reds and yellow.
The Pemco Division plant in East
Baltimore specializes in smelting
glass compositions for porcelain
enamels and other ceramic coat-
ings and inorganic pigments used
to color these coatings. The Pemco
unit also formulates and produces
glass compositions for fluxes,
bonds, seals and other special ap-
plications.


VA Authorizes
Vet Nursing Homes
The Veterans Administration
Regional Office has been informed
that the President has authorized
the Veterans Administration to
activate and operate facilities and
beds to care for 2000 nursing home
type veteran-patients.
The authorization was reported
today by John S. Gleason, Jr., Ad-
ministrator of Veterans Affairs,
who said the 2000 nursing home
beds would be operated in addition
to the 125,000 hospital beds now
authorized within the VA medical
system.
The presidential action, Mr. Gle-
ason said, will greatly help in re-
lieving the adverse impact on VA's
acute medical programs by the in-
flux of older veterans who no w
comprise one-third of all VA hos-
pital admissions, and who gener-
ally require long term care.
In his authorizing memorandum
to the Administrator, the President
said;
of the veteran population, parti-
cularly those who served during
the first World War. are resulting
in an adverse effect on the acute
medical programs administered by
the Veterans Administration. Near-


The Organic Chemicals Division
upgrades soap skimming and
crude tall oil into tall oil fatty ac-
ids, distilled tall oil and tall oil
rosin at Port St. Joe. Crude sul-
phate turpentine is processed into
a variety of basic terpenes and
fine chemicals at Jacksonville.
The Metals Division produces
copper, lead and tin powders and
related oxides and sulfides at Ham-
mond. The Johnstown plant pro-
duces iron powers and flakes, high
purity iron melting stock, iron
oxides, nickle, manganese and sil-
icon powders, stainless steel and
alloy powders, a field in which
Glidden has been a major supplier
for better than a quarter of a
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Make Your Choice. The People's Voice

ELECT --




W. W. Barrier, Jr.


Group 4



City Commissioier

Own and Operate Local Business
Pay City Property Taxes
Time to Serve
Interested to Serve


Paid Political Advertisement


3t-8-22


To the People of Port St. Joe:

I wish to announce my candidacy for re-elec-
tion as your City Commissioner for Group 3 for
the City of Port St. Joe. I have long experience
for City Government and I feel my record will
speak for itself. I have always worked for the im-
provements of your city. I am proud to have had
a hand in improvements of our City that has been
done by your City Commissioners this past year.
I know I will not be able to contact all the
voters. If you do not know me. ask your neigh-
bor. I am a businessman and tax payer. I will
endeavor in the future to serve the interests of
all the people.
I would like to encourage everyone eligible to
be sure and register, then vote for me. I will ap-
preciate your vote and support.

I. C. NEDLEY

GROUPS 3

Paid Political Advertisement 3t-8-22


ly 1,000,000 war veterans are aged P St J Ki
70 and over. The number will in- rt Joe Kwani
crease 50 percent by 1966. V s ai-
"Older veterans account for one- Visitation From Pon
third of your hospital admissions
and they comprise the bulk of the An inter-club visit from a group
long-term care patient load. Many of Panama City Kiwanians visited
have attained maximum benefits the Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
of hospitalization but attempts at Tuesday noon and brought the pro-
community placement have been gram for the day.
unsuccessful because of the lack The program was brought by L.
of facilities, inadequate financial D. Lewis, on "Understanding Peo-
resources, absence of family ties ple and Leadership".
and other reasons. Retention of
these patients in facilities designed necessary, conversion of existing
for acute care is costly and places facilities, is authorized.
an undue strain on the 125,000 hos- "This authorization is to enable
pital bed limit under which you the Veterans Administration to
are now operating. galn first-hand knowledge and ex-
"In order to relieve this situation perience in the operation of beds
I authorize you to activate and op- specifically designed for patients
erate facilities and beds for 2000 requiring attendant type services.
nursing home type patients in add- It will be possible to evaluate a full
ition to the 125,000 hospital beds range of care from dociciliaries
presently authorized. This will pro- through acute medical care, restor-
vide arrangements more consistent ation and nursing home care where
with patient requirements and im- out-placement is not possible.
prove utilization of acute care fac- "I am sure that as part of your t
ilities. The higher patient turnover administrative studies, cost control
will also defer the need for increas- system will be established so that
ing present bed levels. Existing direct cost comparison will be def-
buildings best suited for this pur- initive: also that you will continue
pose and appropriately located to work toward the development
throughout the country according and utilization of community and
to your judgment should be utiliz- private resources in the best inter-
ed. No construction, other than for est of the veteran and the nation."


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Lewis said that the secret of
success in dealing with the pub-
lic was in understanding people
and treating them as interesting
individuals. He stated that all peo
ple were basically the same but in-
dividually, no two people are alike.
All people desire love, depen-
dence and independence. All peo-
ple like to be liked. They like to
feel that they are needed and that
you depend upon them for some
item or other and all share an in-
dependent nature in that they like
to be listened to and have their
opinion shared.
"Good leaders are made that
way by inspiring people to be
good followers", said Lewis. "To
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make the other man feel impor-
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Boyd, Jack Jackson and Coy Helms
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PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
Port St. Joe, Florida


THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1963


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I am a Candidate
for election to the
City Commission
City of Port St. Joe
Group No. 3
TUESDAY, SEPT. 9

A. V. BATEMAN
I cannot contact everyone per-
sonally before election day,
but I want you to know that
I will appreciate your vote and
support for this office even
though I may not get to con-
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FOR RENT: Two bedroom house,
corner Tenth Street and Long
Avenue. Call Mrs. Nora Duren.
Phone 227-5471. tfc-6-13
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave.
Phone 227-7421. tfc-2-28
FOR RENT: Trailer space in Oak
Grove. Sewer and water. $14.00
month. Phone L. C. Davis, 227-7059.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment for couple only at 1621
Monument Ave. Phone 227-7641. tf!
FOR RENT: Two one bedroom cot-
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FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
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Call 227-7816. tfc-7-18
FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur-
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1206 Palm Blvd. Apply at 1208
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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
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FOR RENT: One bedroom furnish-
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room houses. Furnished or un-
furnished. Phone 229-1361. Fennon
Talley. tfc-8-15
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished gar-
-age apartment at 514Y2 7th St.
Walter Johnson, Phone 227-7766.
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom home, 2,000
feet floor space. 2 full baths,
large fenced back yard, garage and
utility. Close to school. Well estab-
lished landscaping. 1027 Long Ave.
Contact Ed Ramsey.
FOR SALE: 2 story unfurnished A
Bedroom home, 1508 Long Ave.,
$5,500. Also, furnished 2 bedroom
brick home and small apartment,
1031 Long Ave., $11,000. Phone
648-4128. Mira.
FOR SALE: 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: 18 foot plywood boat,
50 hp Evinrude motor, trailer.
$700.00. 521 8th St. after 5 p.m. lp
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom 44x10 mo-
bile home with 25 foot aluminum
awning. Wayne Taylor, St. Joe
Beach. Phone 648-3346. Itc
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. Liv-
ing, breakfast, utility room, pa-
tio, double carport, fenced, 2 lots
and many other features. 301 16th
St. Phone 227-2311. Immediate po-
session. ltp
TRADE-IN SALE: 3 Singers in port-
able case only $10 ea. also 2 Ken-
mores $12 ea. 2 Atlas $10 a mo.
Write credit manager, 280 N. Pala-
fox St., Pensacola. 4tc-8-22


PRICED FOR QUICK SALE: Childs (6) .!lendar months from the date J. B. WILLIAMS 4t
gym set, bicycle has trainer of the first publication of this no- City Auditor & Clerk 8-15
wheels, two gas heaters, table and twice. Each claim or demand must! -
chairs, swimming pool. 1032 Mc- he in writing and must state the: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
Clellan Ave. ltp 'p Ace or residence and post office' COURT, GULF COUNTY,
S address of the claimant and must FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
JOB WANTED: Maid or house be swcrn to by the claimant, h;s IN RE: Estate of
work. Full or part time. 232 Ave. agent, or his attorney, or it will ALLIE C. PORTER,
C. Georgia Ann Fenn. becnie void according to law. Deceased.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out.Call HORACE ALTON HARDY NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
Buford Griffin, Phone 227-7011 QUINCY LEE HARDY FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
forquick expertser tof Executors of the Estate of ADMINISTRATOR
for quicW.G. Hardy, deceased. To All Whom It May Concern:
OPENINGS for women. If you want SILAS R. STONE Notice is hereby given that I
work but cannot give full time 321 Reid Avenue 4t have filed my final returns as ad-
there is a splendid income oppor- Port St. Joe, Florida 8-8 ministrator of the estate of Allie
itunity for you with Avon. Write ATTORNEY FOR EXECUTORS C. Porter, deceased; that I have
,Mrs. Dorothy Martin, Avon Mana- -- filed my petition for final dis-
ger, P. 0. Box 3345, MSS, Tallahas- NOTICE OF REGULAR charge and that I will apply to the
see, Fla. tfc-7-24 MUNICIPAL ELECTION Honorable Sam P. Husband, Coun-
MELP WANTED: Man to succeed Notice is hereby given that the ty Judge of Gulf County, Florida,
I Rawleigh Dealer in Gulf County First Primary for two City Cornon September a23,nd 1963,for fapprodis-
or rt St. Joe and nearby. Over missioners, one in Group Three val of the same and for final di s-
25 preferred and car necessary. Can and one in Group Four (4) will be charge as administrator of thdeeased
earn $125 and up per week from held at the City Hall Fire Station Dated Augustie C. Porter, 1963deceased.
start. Write Rawleigh, Dept. FAH in the City of Port St. Joe, Florida Dated August 211963.
100-1145, Memphis, Tenn. 8tp-8-1 on Tuesday, September 10, 1963. Admi/s J. B. PORTER
"I The polls will open at 7:00 Administrator of the Estate
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, o'clock A.M. and will close at 7:00 4tc of Allie C. Porter, deceased.
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet- o'clock P.M., Eastern Standard 4tc-22 CGC
ing second and fourth Tuesday Time.
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion When there are more than two NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
Home. candidates for any one office and SALE
neither shall receive a majority of Pursuant to authority contained
IT'S EASY AND SAFE TO MOVE the total votes cast for such of- in Section 6331 of the Internal
THE MAYFLOWER WAYI fice, then another election shall be Revenue Code, the following des-
Aero Mayflower Transit Company held two weeks from the date of cribed property has been seized for
places a complete nation-wide long- the first election, or September 24, nonpayment of delinquent internal
distance moving service at your 1963, at which time the two candi- revenue taxes due from Wynoko
command! Whether your move is dates receiving the largest number Development Co., Port St. Joe,
a few hundred miles or thousands, of votes in the former election shall Florida.
the Mayflower System assures sat- be voted on again. The property will be sold in ac-
isfactory service. If you're planning
to move why not call your local
Mayflower agents, SURPLUS
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, 309/2 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3368 fo-
further information or write P. 0.
Eux 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 Dantel)
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 comr
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.
-p
JOE'S STARTER and
GENERATOR and AUTO REPAIR
All Work Guaranteed
612 Madison Street
Oak Grove


FOR SALE
12 ROOM BOARDING
HOUSE
Located at the comer 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

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
ELLA JERNIGAN WARD,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Ella
Jernigan Ward, deceased, are here-
by notified and required to file
any claims or demands which they
may have against said estate in
the office of the County Judge of
Gulf County, Florida, in the Court-
house at Wewahitchka, Florida,
within six (6) calendar months
from the date of the first publica-
tion of this notice. Each claim or
demand must be in writing and
must state the place or residence
and post office address of the clai-
mant and must be sworn to by the
claimant, his agent, or his attorney,
or it will become void according
to law.
/s/ MASSEY J. WARD
/s/ GEORGE T. WARD
Executors
SILAS R. STONE
321 Reid Avenue 4t
Port St. Joe, Florida 8-1
Attorney for Executors
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
W. G. HARDY, SR.,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of W.
G. Ilz.-dy, Sr., deceased, are hereby
D-"..'fjed and required to file any
claimss or demands which they may
j.r.ve against said estate in the of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within six *


cordance with the provisions of
Section 6335 of the Internal Reve-
nue Code, and the regulations
thereunder, at public auction on
the 5th day of September, 1963, at
11:00 A.M., EST, at front door of
the City Hall in Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida.
Description of property
One 1960 four-wheel drive Jeep
station wagon. Willys. Florida 1963
license no. 66-1198. ID No. 541684-
5591.
One 1957 pick-up truck. Chevro-
let. Florida 1963 license no. 66 G/K
331. ID No. 3457A107177.
Lot 5, Block 18, according to the
plat commonly used in the City of
Port St. Joe.
Lot 13, Block 43, according to the
plat commonly used in the City of
Port St. Joe.
Lot 14, Block 43, according to
the plat commonly used in the
City of Port St. Joe.
Items listed herein will be sold
separately, beginning with item
number 1.
Only the right, title and interest
of Wynoko Development Co., in
and to the property will be offered
for sale.
The terms of payment will be
cash or equivalent.
LAURIE W. TOMLINSON,
(District Director of Internal
Revenue)
By E. N. SPIKES,
(Revenue Officer)
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Rotary Club Has
"Home Grown" Program
A "home grown" program was
presented to the Rotary Club last
Thursday by those that make up
the membership committee.
In order to demonstrate the care
with which Rotary members are
chosen, Herbert Brown, Mark Tom-
linson and Wayne Ashley told the
club of the membership commit-
'ee's activities in investigating and
instructing new members into the
club. Brown told of the method of
selecting members who are the
heads of their business or depart
ment; Tomlinson told how the com-
niittee instructs new members in
Rotary information and Ashley told
how members coming into the club
are informed of their responsibili-
ties and privileges of membership.
Mrs. Emma Jo Ferrell was wel-
comed as the new club pianist.

Gospel and Country
Music Show Set
At the gospel and country music
shows on Mexico Beach this labor
day week end J. W. Bouington,
Apalachicola song writer, will
share the spotlight with such head-


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, AU0JUST 22, 1963

liners as the Dell' Reeves band,
the Otis Stemptbn group, Ott Stev-
ons, Jim Nesbittf and the Geor-
gians, a quartet from Macon, Ga.
Bouington, who appears with
the Apalachicola Valley Boys,
wrote Billy Walker's current hit,
"Heart, Be Careful". Walker, a Co-
lumbia recording artist, has taken
J. W.'s song to nation-wide popu-
larity in a surprisingly short time.
The Tri-Beach Association, a
grcup of home owners and busi-
ness men from St. Joe Beach, Bea-
con Hill and Mexico Beach, is
sponsoring these two shows. One
show is scheduled for Saturday
night, August 31, the other for
Sunday night, September 1. Both
are timed for 8:30 p.m., EST.

Sharpening
Saws Knives Scissors
Shears Lawn Mowers
"Anything that cuts"
Ray L. Brant
1805 Garrison Ave.
Phone 227-7091


)T. JOE


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Announces that Construction of Gas Service Lines Will Be Under Way Shortly and Economical



metered NATURAL GAS will be available



For Domestic and Commercial Users





in Port St. Joe this winter








FINANCING HAS BEEA ARRANGED


To Convert the Appliances of the First 550 Applicants Presently Using Gas In Their Homes


which means there will be


FEE


PIPING COST OR OTHER CONVERSION COSTS FOR THESE APPLICANTS



REPRESENTATIVES of ST. JOE NATURAL GAS COMPANY will drop by your home shortly to accept your applica-

tion, or you may call 229-3831 to contact a representative of the Company.





Natural Gas Will Be available To You

Conveniently at the turn of a valve and the problems of ordering fuel and obtaining delivery are eliminated



An engineering study has shown that there will be




CONSIDER ABLE SAVINGS


IN THE USE OF NATURAL GAS OVER OTHER FUELS IN THIS COMMUNITY

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