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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: February 27, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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County-Wide Program Sponsored To Make Everyone Immune from Polio




Sabin Oral Polio Vaccine Available Sunday


Get Yours Between 1:00 and 5:00 P.M. At Any Gulf School


Oral polio vaccine will be
available to all Gulf countians
Sunday, March 1 and workers are
hoping to get everyone in the
county to take the preventative.
Dr. Wayne Hendrix and Rob-
ert Nedley, chairmen of the pro-
ject, said workers will be at
each school in the' city and coun
ty on that date.
The project is being jointly
sponsored by the Gulf County
Medical Association and the Port
St. Joe Jaycees.
These places will also be open
on April 5 and May 10 for the


folow up vaccines.
The oral vaccine has been en-
dorsed by the American Medical
Association and by all local and
county doctors.
There are three known types
of polio virus which cause po-
liomyelitis. In order to be fully
protected, authorities say, an in-
dividual must be protected
against all three types. Types I
and III are the most common.
Type I will be given Sunday,
March 1 and Type III will be
given April 5. Type II will be
given May 10.


All vaccine centers will be
open from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
on the designated Sundays.
Doctors say oral vaccine is a
live virus vaccine ,taken by the
mouth, which has been modi-
fied (weakened) for the purpose
of producing immunity without
producing any clinical illness.
The Salk vaccine is produced
from a dead virus and the three
types are combined. Four shots
are usually given over a period
of seven months. With Sabin
Oral Vaccine, each type is given
separately by mouth, four to six


weeks apart.
Immunity usually results with-
in a week. Thus, greater im-
munity can be acquired more
quickly against Types I, II and
III of the polio viruses, and fur-
thermore, it is expected that
immunity from oral immuniza-
tion will be very long-lasting
and presumably life long.
The vaccine has been given
to more than 200 million people
around the world with excellent
reports of results. Seven and
one-half million cases were giy.
en and reported without assoC-
iated problems.


Because the oral-vaccine usu-
ally produces an intestinal bar-
rier against infection, it is ex-
pected that the vaccine will be
more effective than any present-
ly available by breaking the
chain of transmission or elim-
inating the vaccinated persons
as a carrier, which killed vaccine
does not do.
Experts say you should take
the oral vaccine even though
you have already had polio
shots. It will increase your own
protection and help you pro-
tect other persons in the com-
munity.


A dose of vaccine can be mix-
ed with distilled water and taken
by cup, spoon-fed to infants or
put on sugar or candy for chil-
dren. The vaccine itself is vir-
tually tasteless.
The vaccine may be given to
persons of all ages. It is safe
for infants after six weeks of
age. It may be necessary to give
a dose of combined vaccine at
about the age of one.
In the planning of this com-
munity-wide program for live or-
al vaccine, the target is to vac-
cinate the population, excluding
only newborns and persons who


are acutely ill. On a continuing
basis, the community must cre-
ate a program to vaccinate in-
fants by the age of one year
against all three types of polio.
Funds for the vaccine are be-
ing advanced by the local medi-
cal societies. It is hoped that
expenses will be largely defray-
ed by a 25 cents per dose dona-
tion by those able to pay.
It will be given free to those
unable to pay. This small sug-
gested donation is made possible
by the mass administration of
the vaccine with all services do-
nated.


Sj MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
10 C it where we can speak with It
PER CO Y T Ionce In a while-Trade with
PER COPY your home town merchants

"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1964 NUMBER 24


Sharks Begin State


Elimination Series


Coach Bobby Brown told The
Star this week that the method of
selecting teams for the state bas-
ketball tournament has been chan-
ged. There are four classifications
of schools in the state. The four
classes are AA (over 450 boys in
the top three grades); A (151-450);
B, (75-150) which includes Port St.

Garden Club Fashion
Show Comina Up


Joe. In each class there are 16
groups and four regions.
In the new set-up, Port St. Joe
is a member of Group Four of Re-
gion I. Region I includes Groups
One through Four, which ranges
from the Pensacola area to Chatta-
hoochee.
Before a team may go to the
state tournament, it must go to its
Group tournament and then to its
Region tournament.
The number of teams actually go-


ing to the state tournament has
The Fourth Annual Fashion Show been cut in half. The purpose of
sponsored by the Garden Club will the Region tournaments is to allow,
be held this year on March 5 at more people in all areas of the'
8:00 p.m. at the Centennial Build'- state to see the better teams play
ing. and also to eliminate the number
The show will feature the wide of team traveling to Gainesville.
Sselectin of 1964 fashions one has The. Region- tournament will be.
to select from when shopping, in equal to the usual first round of
Port St. Joe. the state tournament.
Many of the city's leading mer- .-..The members of Port St. Joe's
chants will participate in this Group are Bristol, Blountstown,
show and use local talent for mo- Chattahoochee and Port St. Joe.
dels. The Group Four tournament will
There will be refreshments and be held at Bristol on February
door prizes. 28 and 29. Port St. Joe will play
Admission is $1.00 and tickets Blountstown at 9:00 P.M., EST
may be purchased from Garden Friday night. Chattahoochee and
Club members. Bristol will play at 7:30 p.m. in


ORAL POLIOMYELITIS VACCINE
REQUEST FORM
Please list the name and age of every member of your family
who will take the vaccine. Physicians of the Poliomyelitis Pro-
gram and their assistants are hereby requested and authorized
to administer Oral Poliomyelitis Vaccine to the persons whose
names appear below:

NAME- Age -----
NAME- Age----
NAME Age-----
NAME- Age-----
NAMEr- Age ---
NAME Age----
NAME Age------
ARTlfRWE.


Parent (or Guardian)


(Date)


the first -round: The two win-
ners and the two losers will play,
in championship and consolation
games at the same game times
on Saturday night.
The winner of the Group will go
to the Region tournament. Region
I tournament will be played in
Cottondale. The winner of this
elimination will then go to Gaines-
ville for the state tournament.


Learning How To Snuff Out That Stubborn Blaze


Port St. Joe Volunteer Firemen demonstrated
what they had learned in a week long school last
Friday night, behind the Centennial Building. In
the picture above, firemen Jim Williams and L.
E. Thursday are shown putting out a pit of 150
gallons of blazing gasoline and deisel fuel with


Kiwanis Club Honor

Special Program; Ch
Teachers were honor by the Port
St. Joe Kiwanis Club Tuesday in
their annual teacher appreciation
project.
Teachers representing the facul-
ty of Port St. Joe area schools
were special guests at the club's
noon meeting. Teachers present
were: Mrs. James Trawick, Mrs.
Arnold Daniell, Mrs. L. J. Little,
Harry Harrington, Howard Blick,
Mrs. Bob Brown, Mrs. Bill Barlow
and James Mclnnis.


(Address of Parent)


-High SchootlPTA-

Will Honor Its

Founders Tonight
The regular monthly meeting of
the High School PTA will be held
at 8:00 p.m., Thursday, February
27, in the High School Auditorium.
This meeting will honor National
and local Founders who have con-
tributed their time and efforts to
better conditions for children in
schools over the nation and in
Gulf County.
An interesting program will be
presented including a skit by the
students of the senior class.
Refreshments will be served af-
ter the meeting.
In conjunction with this meet-
ing the students of the High School
will present their annual Science
Fair. Exhibits of the science pro-
jects will be on display in the
lunchroom, library and two other
class rooms. The Science Fair will
be open to the public from 6:30
p.m. through 8:00 p.m. This fair
promises to be bigger and better
than ever before.
'The students have worked hard
on" these projects and all parents
are encouraged to show their in-
terest by turning out to view and
appreciate works of their children.



Health Department

Announces Hours
Dr. Willa Dean Lowery makes
the following announcement re-
garding Clinic hours for the Gulf
County Health Department in Port
St. Joe:


n ring highe eduMonday, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., clin-
STche With n furthering higher education by ic for general medical services and
s Teac ers ith pointing out that in 1907 only 7% immunizations.
S H of the high school graduates went Wednesday, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.,
pola 'Dean SJpeaks on to college. Today 47% go on to Health Card and X-ray clinic. 1:00
college. He credited the small and p.m. unit 4:30 p.m., immuniza-
Speaker for the program was near-by community colleges with tion clinic.
Dean G. W. Allen of Chipola Jun- this rise. He pointed out that the Thursday, 1:00 p.m. until 4:30
ior College. Junior Colleges emphasize instruc- p.m., school health services and
Dean Allen told the group of the tion rather than research or extra- infectious diseases.
role of Junior Colleges in Florida's curricular activities. The Health Department is open
educational system and of Chipola's The Dean predicted that by 1975 every day Monday through Friday.
program in specific. over 75% of college freshmen will' The Health Officer is in Port St.
Chipola is the third oldest Jun- be in junior colleges. The percen- Joe or Wewahitchka Monday all
ior College in Florida and offers tage now stands at near 70%. day, Thursday afternoon and Fri-
a parallel course to state univer- The Dean complimented Gulf day all day.
sities on the first two year level. county on the quality of student Wewahitchka clinics are held
Dean Allen pointed to the increas- it has sent to Chipola. He pointed every Monday afternoon and Wed-
ing importance of Junior Colleges (Continued On Page 4) nesday morning and afternoon.


City Begins Big

Clean-Up Campaign
The City of Port St. Joe this
week is inaugurating a city-wide
clean-up campaign.
Beginning this week end, the
City will personally request resi-
dents in an area of North Port
St. Joe to clean up around and
in their homes and pile their
refuse beside the street to be
hauled off free of charge by
City crews.
Tha entire community will be
covered during the ensuing
weeks, taking a small area at a
time and giving it a thorough
cleaning.
When your area is designated
for clean-up, you are urged to
cooperate with the City in this
project, which is combined with
other projects to make Port St.
Joe a more beautiful- place in
.which to live. -


C. G. Costin, Jr.
Qualifies for Senate
Cecil G. Costin, Jr. local attor-
ney, qualified this past Tuesday
with the Secretary of Statea a
candidate for the 5th District Sen-
ate Seat.
Costin, a veteran legislator, ser
ved for ten years as Gulf County's
representative and did not seek re-
election in 1962.
Costin was introducer of the leg-
islation which removed law enfor-
cement officers in the State from
the antiquated fee system. He was
sponsor of legislation to provide
an economic survey of the Apalach-
icola River System and Gulf Inter-
coastal Canel with particular em-
phasis on industrial development
in the area. He was also instrumen-
tal in the passage of public school
legislation.
Some of the local legislation
which benefitted Gulf County
which Costin sponsored was an ap-
propriation for the Dead Lakes
Dam and the organization of the
Dead Lakes Water Management
District; an appropriation for the
museum at Port St. Joe; legisla-
tion authorizing the construction
of City Streets from Secondary
(Continued On Page 4)


Several Have Not

Mailed Vote Cards
Printed in this week's Issue of
The Star is a list of names that
face removal from the Gulf
County voting list.
The names are those to whom
re-registration cards have been
mailed by the Registrar, with no
reply. The Registrar states in
the notice that the cards must
be returned by April 4 in order
for these people to vote in the
May Primaries.
If your name is published in
the list, and you have not return-
ed your card, do so at once.
If your name appears on the
list and you HAVE returned your
card or have lost your card, ap-
ply in person at the office of the
Deputy Registrar in the Addison
Insurance office on Monument
Avenue to get your voting sta-
tus straightened out.
All Registration books will be
closed on April 4.


Parts With Ancient Anchor


M. C. Wood poses above beside an ancient anchor he drug up
from the bottom of St. Joseph Bay last Summer. Wood is giving the
anchor to the Gulf County Historical Commission. The Commission
plans to mark the site of the shipyard which was in Old St. Joseph
with a bronze marker and the above anchor. According to Wood, the
shape and make-up of the old anchor dates back to the days of old
St. Joseph. ( photo)


Rotary Club Joining World Organization

In Observing 59th Anniversary Today


This week the Rotary Club of
Port St. Joe will observe the 59th
anniversary of the founding of Ro-
I tary, world-wide service organiza-
ticn of business and profesisonal
men. It will commemorate the oc-
casion Thursday, February 26 at
the noon meeting.
In announcing the anniversary
meeting, Cecil Curry, president of
the local Rotary Club, described
the global scope of the observance
saying, "Rotary clubs are func-
tioning in 11,600 communities in
125 countries and in some way
each will mark this milestone. Tri-
butes will be paid to Rotary's
founder, Paul P. Harris, a Chicago
lawyer, in many languages since
the 544,000 Rotarians in the world
speak about 35 different tongues."
The Rotary Club of Port St. Joe
comprises 31 business and profes-
sional men of this community who
meet once a week for fellowship


Commissioner Player
Up for Re-election
Commissioner Player announced
this week that he will seek re-elec-
tion from District 3 in the May 5
primary. Player was elected in 1961
to serve a two year term and is
now seeking a 4 year term.
Commissioner Player says his
desire is to continue serving all
Gulf County, to the best of his
ability.


and to plan their program of ser-
vice activities. Recent activities of
the club include: Boy Scout spon-
sorship; Cub Scout sponsorship;
Dixie Youth baseball; Boys State
delegate; furnish Rotary magazine
to public schools; sponsor student
guests to Rotary meetings; annual
Rotary awards, presented to out-
(Continued On Page 4)


Frank Pate to Seek
Election As Judge
Frank Pate, Port St. Joe busi-
nessman, this week announced his
intention to seek the office of
Gulf County Judge in the May De-
mocratic Primaries.
Pate, a local
Shell Oil and
n-4 Firestone tire


dealer, has been
a resident and a
business man in
Port St. Joe for
the past 14 years.
He is married
and the father of
PATE two sons.
Thc prospective candidate Is a
member and a Deacon of the First
Baptist Church in Port StL Joe.
Pate stated that if elected he
would carry out the duties of
County Judge on an efficient, hon-
est and impartial basis.


a water fog. Standing by is an instructor of the
Florida Fire College, who taught the course. The
school lasted three hours each night last week
and was attended by 16 local volunteers, St. Joe
Paper Company and firemen from surrounding
communities. (- photo)


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Long Avenue Baptist Church Circles

Gather for Monthly Program Meetings


OES OFFICERS-Left to right, (front row)-Bell Eula Dickey, Warder. Third row-Clara Pate,
DuBose, Associate Matron; Evelyn Smith, Elec- Secretary; Joyce Faison, Chaplain; Charlotte
ta; Geraldine Freeman, Ruth; Maybel Swatts, Lovelace, Martha; Verna Burch, Worthy Mat-
Associate Conductress; Ralph Swatts, Associate ron; Robert Creamer, Worthy Patron; Nancy
Patron. Second row-Essie Williams, Marshall; Williams, Adah; Robert Trawick, Sentinel; Mary
Sybil Scheffer, Treasurer; Ann Whittle, Esther; Jane Trawick, Conductress. ( photo)

GULF CHAPTER 191, OES, INSTALLS NEW SLATE OF

OFFICERS IN IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES FEBRUARY 14


Gulf Chapter 191, Order of Eas- Installation ceremonies w e r e
tern Star, held open installation of commenced with a prayer by the
officers in the Masonic Hall on Installing Chaplain. After the roll
Reid Avenue at 7:30 p.m., Febru- of incoming officers was called by
ary 14, Valentine Day. the Installing Marshal they were
The Chapter Room was a profu- presented at the Altar where they
sion of color with the floral ar- assumed their vows and were in-
rangements at the several vantage vested with the badges of their
points blending with the new fur- offices. Installed for the incoming
nishings recently installed. A large year were: Worthy Matron, Verna


silver cup, fashioned for the new
Worthy Matron by her husband,
stood in front of the dais in the
East. Misses Pamela Burch and Do-
lores Dickey were Pages.
The opening ceremonies were
presided over by Mrs. Marie Crea-
mer, the retiring Worthy Matron.
The invocation was led by Mrs.
Bell DuBose.
Mrs. Creamer welcomed all mem-
bers and visitors, after which she
called her officers to the East
where she presented each with a
gift a'nd thanked them for the helk.
givefi her during the year. Mrs.
Creamer was presented a gift from
the officers who served under her
during the past year. She also re-
ceived gifts from per sonal friends
.as moments of the occasion.
At this time Mrs. Creamer intro-
duced the Installing Officer, Mrs.
Eula Dickey, PM, Grand Instruc-
tor of District 3, who in turn in-
troduced her assistants: Installing
Marshal, Mrs. Jeanette Presnell,
PM; Installing Chaplain, Mrs. Jon-
nia Sykes, PM; Installing Organist,
Mrs. Frances Meriwether, PM.


Burch; Worthy Patron, Robert
Creamer, Sr.; Associate Matron,
Bell DuBose; Associate Patron,
Ralph Swatts, Sr.; Secretary, Clara
Pate; Treasurer, Sybil L. Scheffer;
Conductress, Mary Jane Trawick;
Associate Conductress, M a y b el
Swatts; Chaplain, Joyce Faison;
Marshal, Essie Williams; Adah,
Nancy Williams; Ruth, Geraldine
Freeman; Esther, Ann Whittle;
Martha, Charlotte Lovelace; Elec-
ta, Evelyn Smith; Sentinel, Robert
Trawick.
As the Installing Officer prepar-
ed to ,turn the gavel over to the
riewV-Worthy- Matron, Roy Burch,
the husband of the new Worthy
Matron, stepped forward and pre-
sented to his wife a new gavel as
a personal gift.
The new Worthy Matron thanked
the Chapter for the beautiful in-
stallation service. She pledged her
loyalty, fraternal love, and very
best efforts to promote the wel-
fare and prosperity of the Order
of the Eastern Star. She reminded
the members to keep in mind the
greatest of the Commandments, to


SATURDAY


N p~~yg ~ pifteIMca Ihave eter south


"Love One Another"; to learn
anew the sublime virtues of the
Order, to love our God, to love our
fellowmen, and to love one anoth-
er; that in this way can be attain-
ed the high purpose for which the
Order was founded-to protect the
widow and orphan, to comfort the
afflicted, to sympathize with those
who are in sorrow, and to relieve
the destitute and the distressed.
She ended her speech by asking
that everyone join her in prayer.
The newly installed Worthy Pat-
ron, Robert Creamer, expressed his
pleasure in being chosen to serve
Gulf Chapter. He pledged his sup-
port to the Worthy Matron, and
asked all the officers and mem-
bers to work closely with her, so
that her year could be a good one.
The Conductress escorted Mrs.
Marie Creamer and Robert Tra-
wick to the East, where they were
presented the Junior Past Matron's
Jewel and the Junior Past Patron's
Jewel.
Mrs. Burch introduced the mem-
bers of her family present: her
husband, Roy Burch; her daughter,
Miss Pamela Burch and her son,
Russell Burch. Before closing the
meeting, Mrs. Burch presented
gifts to the Installing Officers and
the Pages, thanking each one for
the help given in making the eve-
ning a success.
Special music for the occasion
included a vocal solo, "How About
Your Heart", sung by Rev. Jack
Carter, who was accompanied by
his wife at the piano. Rev. Carter,
his wife, and their two young
sons, as a quartet, sang, "God Is
Love".
Among the out-of-town guests
were Corine Dykes, Grand Esther;
Bernice Brock, Bertha Smith, Sa-
bina Turner, Effie White, Wilma
Roebuck, Donna Bonar and Laura
Sparrow of Panama City; Mildred
Marbury and Johnny Marbury of
St. Andrew and Emmie Bateman,
Estelle Grififn, Bill Roemer and
Frances Meriwether of Wewahitch-
ka.
The evening ended with refresh-
ments being served by the refresh-
ment committee.


Golden Agers Meet

At Stac House


CIRCLE NO. 1
Circle One of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church met in the home
of Mrs. Frank Barnes on February
17, at 9:30 a.m.
The program presented was en-
titled, "The Chaplain and His
Work". Those participating on the
program were Mrs. Joe Ferrell,
Mrs. John Core, Mrs. Frank Barnes,
Mrs. Dave Maddox, and Mrs. C. M.
Palmer.
Refreshments were served and
the, meeting was dismissed with
prayer by Mrs. Joe Ferrell.

CIRCLE NO. 2
Circle No. 2 of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church met in the home
of Mrs. John Dickey Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 18 at 9:30 a.m.
The program presented was,
"The Chaplain and His Work".
Those present were, Mrs. John
Dickey, Mrs. J. C. Odum, Mrs. W.
D. Sykes, Mrs. J. 0. Lucas, Mrs.
H. L. Ford, Mrs. T. J. Braxton,
Mrs. Neil K. Arnold, a new member
and Mrs. Roy Burch, a visitor.
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved by Mrs. Dickey.
The meeting was dismissed with
prayer by Mrs. J. C. Odum.

CIRCLE NO. 3
Circle No. 3 of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church met with Mrs. Her-
man Barbee Tuesday, February 18
at 4:00 p.m.
A very interesting program, "The
Chaplain and His Work", was given
by the members present, Mrs. J.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1964


Glen Alligood Is

Named Frat Head
Glenn Alligood, son of Mr. an<
Mrs. J. A. Alligood of Port St. Joe
was elected President of Phi Del
ta Delta Fraternity during a meet
ing held on campus February 3
This action by the fraternity con
cludes a period of adjustment.
Glenn is a student at Jacksor
ville University in Jacksonville.


Mrs. Barbee.
The meeting was dismissed with
prayer.

CIRCLE NO. 5
Circle No. 5 met in the home
of Mrs. J. D. Clark for their Feb-
ruary meeting. The meeting op-
ened with the call to prayer by
Mrs. Gene Fowler.
A short business meeting was
held and the program taken from
the Royal Service magazine was
presented by several of the mem-
bers.
The program was closed with
prayer and Mrs. Clark served de-
licious refreshments to Mrs. Selma
Lamberson, Mrs. J. C. Traweek,
Miss Alma Baggett, Mrs. W. P.
Dockery, Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey
and Mrs. Fowler.

CIRCLE NO. 6
Circle No. 6 of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church met at the church
Monday with seven regular mem-
bers and one visitor present.
The program was opened with
the Calendar of Prayer and open-
ing prayer by Mrs. John Hanson.
There was an interesting program
on the Chaplain and his work pre-
sented by Mrs. David Jenkins Mrs.
John Hanson, Mrs. Keith Ward,
Mrs. Russell Goolsby, Mrs. Charles
Marshall. The other members at-
tending were Mrs. Billy Norris
and Mrs. Joe Fortner, who also
took part in the closing meditation.
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved by Mrs. Hanson and Mrs


LUNCH ROOM MENU
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, March 2
d Roast beef and brown gravy,
rice, blackeye peas with snaps,
carrot and raisin salad, hot biscuit,
Ssyrup and butter and milk.
t- Tuesday, March 3
3. Navy beans with ham seasoning,
I- stuffed celery, buttered spinach,
coconut cookies, white bread and
milk.


Hot
slaw,
milk.


Wednesday, March 4
dogs, potato salad, cabbage
peanut butter candy and


Thursday, March 5
Fried chicken, buttered rice,
English peas ,lettuce and tomato
salad, pickled peaches, w hi te
bread and milk.
Friday, March 6
Tuna fish salad, green butter
beans, cabbage and carrot slaw,
Ritz crackers, ice cream, white
bread and milk.


A. Alligood, Mrs. George McLaw- Goolsby.
hon, Mrs. Herman Barbee, Mrs.
John McKenzie. CIRCLE NO. 7
Refreshments were served by Circle No. 7 of the Long Avenue


Jayceettes Install New Officers


The Port St. Joe Jayceettes had
their installation service Monday
night. The president of the Jay-
cees, Robert Nedley, did the in-
stalling. Those installed were:
president, Mrs. Ted Cannon; vice-
president, Mrs. Charles Norton;
secretary, Mrs. Ashley Costin;
treasurer, Mrs. Jake Koller; di-
rectors, Mrs. Harry Tison and
Mrs. Hulon Mitchell.
Following this service, the bus-


Mrs. Stebel Hostess

To Auxiliary
The White City Voluntary Fire
Dept. Ladies Auxiliary met in the
new home of Mrs. Robert L. Steble.
The meeting was called to order by
the president, Mrs. James Horton.
Mrs. Robert L. Smith led the group
in prayer.
Reading of the minutes of the
previous meeting by Mrs. Ray-
mond T. Hightown were apporved.
Mrs. Robert L. Stebel, Communi-
ty Service Chairman gave a report
on the program of the cabinet
building in the community hbuild-


The Golden Agers met February ing.
24 at the Stac House with Roy Gib-
son, first vice-president, opening Plans were started for a bake
the meeting. Mrs. Calla Parrott led sale at the Political Rally when
the group in prayer. There were held in White City. We will appre-
14 members present. ciate all the guest participation in
The reports of the committees the sale. Home-made goodies will
were presented, be our specialty.
Mrs. 0. M. Taylor and Mrs. Es- The group has Manion-Kay pro-
sie Williams were appointed to ducts for sale. We would like to
visit in the hospital this week. express our appreciation for the
Mrs. J. A. Fillingim told mem- great response we have had for
bers that Mrs. J. C. Arbogast had the sale of Vanilla and Black Pep-
contacted her and asked her to per. Please feel free to call any of
ask members if they would like our members for needed items.
to grow a flower to enter in the The meeting was closed by the
flower show. group repeating the Lord's Prayer.
All agreed to this suggestion. The next meeting will be in the
The hostess, Mrs. Parrott and home of Mrs. Gary Sonlon on
Mrs. Williams served delicious March 4. We invite every interest
home baked pound cake and cof- ed lady in White City to participate
fee. in this auxilliary.
The next meeting will be held __
March 1 in the home of Mrs. Eli- Visit In Jacksonville
zabeth Montgomery at 410 Madison Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alligood and
Street in Oak Grove. daughters Carol and Angie visited
-+- last week end with Mr. and Mrs.
SELL THAT 'WHITE ELEPHANT' Glen Alligood of Jacksonville
WITH A STAR CLASSIFIED Beach.


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iness meeting was held. It was
agreed upon to help the Jaycees
in any manner possible with the
forthcoming project to immunize
Port St. Joe against polio and al-
so to help with the annual Jaycee
fish fry. Robert Nedley spoke
briefly on these two projects to
the ladies.
Hostesses for next 'month are
Mrs. Bill Brown and Mrs. Aaron
Cooley. Mrs. Charles Norton is
in charge of the program.


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Pate's Service Center


223-25 Monument Ave.


Phone 229-1291


SUNDAY, MONDAY <
TUESDAY cod WEDNESDAY


"WHO'S MINDING THE STORE"
With Jerry Lewis


THURSDAY FRIDAY


I AM A CANDIDATE
for the office of
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State Senator
for the

5th Senatorial District
My qualification and exper-
ience, including 10 years in
the Florida Legislature, 6
years as Representative and
4 years as Senator, will enable
me to best serve the individ-
ual interest of all of the peo-
ple of the Fifth District.


George G. Tapper
Your vote and support will
be appreciated
(Paid Political Adv.)


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Baptist Church met on Tuesday,
February 18 at the home of Mrs.
Barney Earley. There were five
members and one visitor present.
The program, "I Must Be Inform-
ed" was given.
Those present were Mrs. Earley,
Mrs. Cliff Robbins, Mrs. James
Jones, Mrs. Raymond Hardy, Mrs.
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FOR SALE: 4-burner apartment
size gas range, GE refrigerator,
double bed complete, single bed
maple frame, dinette set, kitchen
table, sofa and chair, Bendix elec-
tric dryer, electric train. Call 648-
4825 after 4:00 p.m. 2tp
FOR SALE: 5 room house in Oak
Grove. 107 Jackson St. $1500.
Phone 229-3741 after 5:00 p.m. 4p
FOR SALE: Grassed lots, well
drained, with pines. Ready for
building. 100'xl75'. Back of lots
close to canal property in White
City. Phone 229-2428. tfc-2-27
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished ap-
artment. 1506 Long Ave. Phone
227-5426. tfc-2-13
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed.
room apart. Phone 227-7761. tic

FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment for couple only at 1621
Monument Ave. Phone 227-7641. tf


FOR SALE: Reasonably priced.
$400 total cash required on 3
bedroom stucco home. Near gram-
gar school. Low monthly pmts. Call
227-3646 after 8:00 p.m.
WANTED, WORK: Ironing in my
home or house cleaning. Mrs.
Dora Dunigan, Phone 227-8829. lp
WANTED: Good used typewriter
(not portable) Prefer standard
size Royal. Phone 227-5426, Mrs.
John Scott. Itc


SELL THAT 'WHITE ELEPHANT'

WITH A STAR CLASSIFIED


FOR RENT: Two bedroom house.
Palm Blvd. Call Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., 227-4311 tfe-11-21
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom FOR SALE: 3 bedroom nice mod-
FOR Eh e nd shed 2ber m ern home with 2 porches, nice
brick home and small apartment' carport, 200 foot front on Highway
1301 Long Ave. Phone 648-4128. 71, White City. Call 229-1134. tfc
Mira.
WANTED TO BUY: Roller piano.
FOR RENT (with option to buy at Must be in good condition. Call
a very low price) 3 bedroom corn- 227-5271. Roche Furniture and Ap-
pletely furnished house on First pliance Store.
St., St. Joe Beach. J. D. Clark, ph.
227-7771. tfc-2-20 INCOME TAX SERVICE on a full
FOR RENT: Newly decorated 21 time basis, your office or mine,
business or personal, 20 years ex-
bedroom furnished downstairs perience, subscriber to Commerce
apartment, equipped with electBrio Clearing House Tax Guide, located
appliances. Call Mrs H Street. Brinsu on highway S-381, next to "Infin-
Phone 227-r57red. 6, Sixth Street. Cou-p ger's Sportsman One Stop" (Wisis
ples preferred. Itp Swamp Road). Rates reasonable.
FOR RENT: By week or by night, Telephone Wewa 639-2415. R. L.
one bedroom and private bath. CAPPS. 12tp-1-23
Living room and TV room privi- WOOD WORKS-Screen doors,
lege. 528 corner Sixth St. and picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
Woodward Ave. 2tp-2-27 sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house. 205 Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
12th Street. Phone 227-5151. tfc WANTED: Waitress. over 21. Full
WANTED: Waitress, over 21. Full


FOR RENT: 10th St., 5 room house,
unfurnished, $35 mo. 10th St., 2
bedroom house furnished, $35 mo.
Long Ave., 5 room unfurnished
house, $40 mo. See Mrs. Nora Du-
ren, Phone 227-5471 or phone 229-
2941. 2c-1-16
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house at
1007 Monument Ae. For informa-
tion call 227-5471, or 229-2941. tfec
FOR RENT: One 2-bedroom furnish-
ed apartment One 2-bedroom
unfurnished apt. Two 1-bedroom
houses, furnished. Smith's Phar-
macy, Phone 227-5111.
FOR SALE or R-NT: 2 bedroom
block house at White City. Phone
229-1140 or 229-2102. 4tc.2-6
FOR SALE: Residential lot. Phone
227.4606. Hulon Mitchell. tfc
FOR SALE
Large two bedroom house com-
pletely furnished on 8th St. Pric-
ed for quick sale at $6,000.
Two bedroom masonry house on
Palm Blvd., with large den. Sit-
uated on two lots on corner.
, Three bedroom masonry house
on Marvin Ave. Can sell for only
$9,700.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491
FOR SALE: One Allstate motor
scooter in excellent condition.
Call 227-3751, Pete Fox, for de-
tails. tfe-1-U


or part time. Apply in person at
Gulf Sands Restaurant, St. Joe
Beach. tfc-2-13
MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
man is as near as your telephone.
Call 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES
OF ST. JOE, across from the Post
Office. Local and Long Distance
Moving. Free Estimates.
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
Please note that I am now asso-
ciated with Addison Insurance Ag-
ency, 201 Monument Ave., Port St.
Joe, Florida, directly across the
street from the Post Office.
R. W. HENDERSON
Tel. 227-2011 Tel. 227-7741
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
et Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3316d for
1w tiher information or write P. 0.
Lu.i 535.
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 pjm.


N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.


SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett DanieDl
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
R.A.M.-Regular cqpjnocation on St.
Joseph Chapter +-o. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
companions welcome.
JOE EVANS, High Priest
JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary
SEPTIC TANKS Pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 227-2977
for quick expert service. tfc


2S Years Exporle.ice In

Income Tax Service
Prompt and Efficient

J. D. CLARK
1017 Long Ave.



LEROY STOKES

Landscaping Clearing
Fill Dirt Top Soil
Oyster Shells
Phones
229-3311 and 227-4853


TELEVISION
Black & White and Color

Stereo Air Conditioning

Service Calls, $3.00
All work guaranteed

ST. JOE RADIO
& TV COMPANY
Phone 227-4081


JOB PRINTING

GET RESULTS
THE STAR
Phone 227-3161


rHE STAR. Port St. Jo., Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1964 Dynamic Chem., Sup. ----- 206.10
Southern Water Cond. Prod.,
Supplies 43.65
MNat. Chem. Corp., Sup. ____ 28.06
MINUTES of the Zep Mfg. Co., Sup. -------- 65.00
BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION o., ---------60.77
R o LTR.Williams, Labor.-------- 36.00
H. E. Richards, Travel .... 61.50
IPetty Cash Fund., Post., etc. 5.00
'Nina Lee Pittman, Sub..... 5.00
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA M&S Termite, Pest Cont. -- 75.00 Hugh H. Semmes, sub. driv 42.00
February 4, 1964 Gulf Co. Ins. Co., Ins. 320.09 Mrs. L. C. Joines, Sub. 10.00
The Board of Public Instruction, Cileman Griffin, Labor .... 20.00 Maizie Lee Purswell, Sub. __ 5.00
Gulf County, Florida, met on the S. J. Taylor, Labor -------112.00 Howard L. Blick, Refund __ 25.00
above date with the following pres- Wall Elec. Co., Sup. -------- 5.00 Stella Norris, Sub. __--------- 5.00
ent an acting: Joseph K. Whit- Beaman Plmbg., Sup. ____ 102.25 Kate Alsobrook, Sub .------96.00
field, Chairman, C. E. Boyer, Car- St. Joe Lmbr. Co., Sup. ------7.98 Tom Alsobrook, Audit. lunchroom
ter Ward, Joe Ferrell and William Smitty's Refrig. Serv., Sup. 73.751 accounts 500.00
Eloemer, Sr., members. Ferrell Bldg. Sup., Sup -.-- 79.20 Henr Watford, Trans. pupils 42.00
The Superintendent was present Panama Glass Co., Sup. 14.70 Coleman Griffin, Labor 90.00
and acting. Tallahassee Bldrs. Sup., Sup. 6.051 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND
The Minutes of the preceding Danley Furn. Co., Sup. --38.00 Bond Fund, Transfer -------9.50
meeting were read and adopted as Hobart Mfg. Co., Sup. ------66.65 BOND FUND NUMBER ONE
read. Fleming Bors. Mach., Sup. __ 90.20 Fla Nat. Bank at Jax, Serv 19.98
The Financial Statement for the Pridgeon's Bldg. Sup. Sup. __ 12.15 H Pridgeon, Co rm 818.45
nonth of January was examined Whatley Type. Co., Sup. 72.50 Fla Nat. Bank at Port St.
mnd approved. Van Brunt & Yon, Inc., Sup. 31.80 JoeTransfer -------1,142.50
The reports of the Nurses and MR&R Truck Co., Frt. .... 14.39 DISTRICT NUMBER ONE FUND
Sanitarian were read and ordered Alterman Trans. Lines, Frt. 19.61 H. O. Pridgeon, Conm. 4,092.30
filed. Smith Sundries, Sup. .- --- 8.13 Fla Nat. Bank at Port St.
Mr. Roemer suggested that we Buzzett's Drug Store, Sup. __ 7.50 .. Trase .- 51.
get the old boiler at the Wewa- OM Webb Store, Sup. ...--. 7.55 Joe, Transfer 5,712.50
hitchka High School and the boiler H. W. Wilson Co., Sup. -- --- 2.60 -
serving the lunchroom inspected. FSU Audio-Vis- Center, Sup_ 28.55 INVITATION TO BID
Moved by Roemer seconded by C&G Sport. Goods, Sup. __ 455.29
Boyer to employ Coleman Griffin Educator's Book Club, Sup. 13.99 Sealed bids will be received in
as a helper for Warren C. Whit- Boyd Bros., Sup. ___--------- 14.85 the office of the Florida Park Ser-
ield for maintenance work. All ABC School Sup., Sup. ---- 8.75 vice, 311 State Office Building,
voted yes. Educators Prog. Serv,, Sup. __ 7.25 Gaines and Adams Streets, Talla-
Mr. Linton and Mr. Millergren, A B Dick Prod., Sup.------ 163.62 hassee, Florida until 10:00 A.M.,
principal and assistant principal of Pyramid Paper Co., Sup. ___ 18.58 ES, March 16, 1964, for reroofing
he Wewahitchka High School met E. M. Hale Co., Sup. -------29.91 of museum at Constitution Conven-
,ith the Board to discuss the pos- Longines Symphonette, Sup. 18.95 tion Monument, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ibility of' beginning football for Disneyland Records, Sup. -_ 20.96 ida.
he 1964-65 school year. Keenan Weld. Sup., Sup. 10.49 The Contractor shall visit the site
The Board suggested that they Society for Visual Ed., Sup. 62.39 and make a bid on the basis of
*et estimates from the different Freedom Tapes, Sup. 7.50 furnishing new built-up roofing as
porting goods businesses on what A C McClurg, Sup. -------- 5.54 shown on drawing and as described
t would cost. After this was done Film Strip Club, Sup. 33.00 in specifications. This will involve
hen the Board would underwrite Doubleday Co., Sup. ------12.05 approximately 4,150 square feet of
he program and the school would All Fla. School Sup., Sup. __ 43.40 roofing.
e-pay from the gate receipts. Standard School Serv., Sup. 38.75 Plans and specifications for this
There being no further business J. W. Pepper & Sons, Sup. 14.85 project may be secured by writing
t this time the Board adjourned Bradley Music Co., Sup __-_ 13.93 to The Florida Park Service, 311
o meet again in regular session Hal Leonard Music., Sup. __ 13.45 State Office Building, Gaines and
n March 3, 1964. Ellis Music Co., Sup. ------136.04 Adams Streets, Tallahassee, Flor-
aTTEST: Breeze Pub. Co., Sup. ------7.50 ida.
homas A. Owens, Superintendent PSJ Elem. Sch., Postage 5.78 The Florida Park Service re-
oseph K. Whitfield, Chairman H. F. Ayers, Travel -------17.45 serves the right to reject any and
LIST OF EXPENDITURES FOR James A. Gunt, Exp. to mtg. 53.15 all bids and to accept the bid in
MONTH OF FEBRUARY 1964 Harrell E. Holloway, Exp. the best interest of the State of
t. Joseph T&T, Serv. ____ 176.38 to mtg. 116.00 Florida.
la. Power Corp., Elec. -_ 1,961.37 St. Joe Radio & TV, Sup and FLORIDA PARK SERVICE
ity of Port St. Joe, Water 135.57 Services 120.26 By: N. E. Miller, Jr.
Vewa Water Co., -Water ___ 30.41 Standard Serv. Cen., Sup. __ 20.00 2-2-27 Executive Administrator
ity of Wewa., Labor & Sup. 4.50 Hutchins Mtrs., Sup. ------72.20 __
ulf Coast Co-op., Elec. 261.36 St. Joe Mtr. Co., Sup. & Lab. 379.22
Vest Fla. Gas., Sup. __ 654.31 Alvin McGlon Gar., 214.51 SUPPORT THE SHARKS
yrofax Gas Corp., Sup. 17.90 Taylor Chem. Co., Sup. 135.00


IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
ALYCE G. ASKENASY,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Alyce G. Askenasy, deceased, are
hereby 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 Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
six (6) calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand must
be in writing and must state the
place or residence and post-office
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his
agent, or his attorney, or it will
become void according to law.
SILAS R. STONE
Administrator of the estate
of Alyce G. Askenasy,
deceased. 4t-2-27

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
ELIZA K. LAWSON,
deceased..
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Eliza K.) Lawson, deceased, are
hereby notified and required to file
any claims or demands they may
have against said estate in the of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
six (6) calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand must
be in writing and must state the
place or residence and post office
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his
agent, or his attorney, or it will
become void according to law.
/s/ Gladys Lawson Boyer
/s/ Marguerite Lawson Pridgeon
Executrix of the Estate of
Eliza K. Lawson, deceased
SILAS R. STONE
321 Reid Avenue 4t-2-20
Port St. Joe, Florida
Attorney for Executrix
NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS
APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF
ABANDONED PROPERTY
Pursuant to Section 13 of Chap-
ter 717, Florida Statutes, entitled
'Florida Disposition of Unclaimed
Property Act", notice is hereby
given that the persons listed below
appear to be the owners of un-
claimed or intangible property pre-
sumed abandoned.
3-0461-0001, Acacia Mutual Life
Insurance Co.; 3-0461-0002, Gay, C.
M. Gay, Comptroller, Tallahassee,
Fla.; 3-0490-0001, Nelson, Hubert;
3-0490-0002, Withers, Charles.
Information c o n c er ning the
amount or description of the pro-
perty and the name and address of
the holder may be obtained by any
persons. possessing an interest in
the property by addressing an in-
quiry to Ray E. Green, State Comp-
troller as Administrator, Aban-
doned Property Division, Capitol,
Tallahassee, Florida. Be sure to
mention account number, name
and address, as published in this
notice. Unless proof of ownership
is presented to the holder by Ap-
ril 22, 1964, the property will be
delivered to the Administrator.
Thereafter, all further claims
must be directed to the Administra-
tor.


RAY E. GREEN 21
As Administrator 2-2C


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lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe High School
Monday, March 2
Roast pork with gravy, rice, cab-
bage slaw, carrot stix, apple cob-
bler, milk, bread and butter.
Tuesday, March 3
Baked beans, barbequed weiners,
tossed green salad, sliced tomato,
banana pudding, hot rolls, butter
and milk.
Wednesday, March 3
Fried chicken, macaroni salad,
spring salad, french dressing, but.
tered English peas, peanut butter
cookies, fruit Jell-o, milk, bread
and butter.
Thursday, March 5
Scalloped potatoes with ham,
cheese wedge, frozen peas with
snaps, lettuce wedge, sliced toma-
to, chocolate cake squares, milk,
bread and butter.
Friday, March 6
Tuna fish salad, cheese toast,
buttered broccoli, peaches, cake,
bread, butter and milk.


GARDEN CLUB GENERAL
MEETING THIS AFTERNOON
Members of the Port St. Joe
Garden Club are urged to attend
the general meeting this afternoon
at 2:00 p.m. at the Motel St. Joe.


EASTER


March 29


NOW
Is the time
to order our

MADE TO
MEASURE
CLOTHES


from BOYLES


Made by

National Clothes
Tailored to Measure


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B*RHS


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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eugene
Abrams, 1901 Garrison Avenue, an-
nounce the birth of a son, Ashley
Dewayne on February 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Daniel Clen-
ney, Apalachicola announce the
birth of a son, Daniel Blake.
Colored Births
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gathers, 608
Main Street announce the birth of
a baby girl, Dorothy Delores.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)


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Coldewey Gives Summary of Past

Year's Operation; Prediction for 64


Tom Coldewey, vice president of
operations of the St. -Joe Paper
Company, told the Rotary Club at
their Thursday meeting, that the
St. Joe Paper Company mill would
in all probability operate as much
or maybe more than it did last year
during 1964.
Coldewey was hesitantly optimis-
tic in his predictions for the com-
ing year, when he stated that for
the first time since 1957, paper
use in the U. S. is expected to in-
crease more than the facilities of
production are increased.
Coldewey summed up St. Joe's
problem to overcome by stating
that now only 12% of the paper-
board produced goes to independ-
ent consumers. St. Joe and many
other producers have been depend-
ing on this small market for their
livelihood.
But, the speaker stated that the
local mill is steadily increasing the
capacity to use their own board.
Last year the mill produced 306,-
000 tons. Their own box plans used
150,000 of these tons in 1962 and
166,000 tons in $63. The company
has almost doubled the use of their
paper product in their own box
plants in the past three years.
He predicted that in another


No. 1 Drive In
Apalachicola, Florida


three years, they planned to be
using all of the local production In
St. Joe box plants.
In giving a few statistics, Colde-
wey said that the local mill paid
out 5,908,000 in payroll last year.
$629,000 was paid in withholding
taxes and $350,000 in social secur-
ity. $111,000 was paid in unem-
ployment taxes.
The mill spent $8,991,000 for
pulp wood. Of this amount, $2,229,r
000 was spent out of Gulf county.
Coldewey said that Florida was
sixth in the production of pulp and
paper in the U. S. last year and
second in the nation in paper and
pulp wood production.
Guests of the club were W. K.
"Bill" Wilson, N. Charlotte, N. C.,
Wallace McCormick of Quincy and
Wayne Bryant and Ronald Mathis
of St. Joe High School.


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Big 3 Riot Dollar Days


THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY


* CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *


A Reckless, Hurricane-like, Clean-out, Cleai-up
Sell-out of all Seasonal Merchandise .
Many Items for Year 'Round Wear!
Labeled Garments
Riot Rack Ladies Dresses ------ $2.00
Missy, Junior and Half Sizes ... Do not confuse with
house dresses THESE ARE TERRIFIC BUYS!
INCLUDES PEDAL PUSHERS and BLOUSES.
(Dec. Goods)
Several Boys Suits ---- $5.00
Men's Famous Brand
SPORT SHIRTS ----------- $2.00
All Boys' Corduroy, Flannel and Cotton Fabric
SPORT SHIRTS --- each $1.00
Men's, Boys and Girls
SOX (Sold up to 49c pr.) 5 pr. $1.00
Values up to $10.99
About 300 Pair Ladies Shoes $3 & $5
Dress, Casual and Flat Styles Includes New Spring
Styles in Flats. Black, White, Red, Bronze and Bone.
Twill, Plaid Lined
MEN'S WORK JACKETS ------$4.00
Khaki, Grey and Green. Sizes up to 46.
Values up to $16.99
ALL BOYS JACKETS -- $3, $5 & $7

Many Other Items In This Wild, Price
Murdering Sale .. Come and Seel


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'THE STAR,. Port St. Joe, Flordah THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1964



i THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. de,. F le 4
By The Star Publlehino Compay
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and PubPwhetr
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter 'efo
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
DZAL 227-3161 POSTOFFCE Box 30P

Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffi#e, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1870.

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


Star Urges All To Get Oral Vaccine
We urge everyone to get their oral polio vaccine this
Sunday at any one of the Gulf County schools, white or
colored.
The oral polio vaccine is for those who have already had
polio shots. The shots prevent you from having polio but
with them you can still be a carrier.
Dr. Wayne Hendrix, chairman and Robert Nedley, co-
chairman of the Gulf County Sabin Vaccine Unit, said work-
ers are hoping to administer the vaccine to every citizen of
'Gulf County Sunday, and are prepared to do so.
They will be at all the schools in the county between
the hours of 1:00 and 5:00 p.m.
The oral vaccine has been endorsed by the American
Medical Association, the State Health Department and the
Gulf County Medical Association.
There are three known types of polio virus which cause
poliomyelitis. In order to be fully protected, authorities
say, an individual must be protected against all three types.
Types I and HI are the most common. Type I will be given
Sufiday, March 1 and Type III will be given Sunday, April
5. Type II will be given Sunday, May 10-all at the same
locations.
Doctors say oral vaccine is a live virus vaccine, taken
by the mouth which has been modified (weakened) for the
purpose of producing immunity without producing any clin-
ical illness.
Immunity usually results within a week. Thus, greater
irqmunity can be acquired more quickly against all types of
the polio viruses, and furthermore it is expected that im-
munity from oral immunization will be very long lasting
and presumably lifelong. -* .. .:-*
The vaccine has been given to more than 200 mil-
lion people around the world with excellenit reports of results.
Seven and one-half million cases were given and reported
I without associated problems.
The vaccine may be given to persons of all ages. It is
safe for infants after six weeks of age. It may be neces-
sary to give a dose of combined vaccine at about the age of
one.
In the planning of this community-wide program of
live oral vaccine, the target is to vaccinate the population,
excluding only newborns and persons who are acutely ill.
On a continuing basis, the community must create a pro-
gram to vaccinate infants by the age of one year against all
three types.
Funds for the vaccine are being advanced by the local
Medical society. It is hoped that: expenses will be largely
defrayed by a 25 cents per dose donation by those able to
pay.
It will be given free to those unable to pay.
It is hoped that all persons in the county will take time
Sunday to protect themselves, their families and their
dv,-r- fry flith dlpr d i- lp


- (Continued From Page 1)
Kiwanis Honor Teachers
out that of 14 students from Port
St Joe currently at Chipola, their
grade average is 2.45 as compared
to the college average of 2.29. He
said that only one has been put on
probation and three have consist-
ently made the Dean's List. Two of
the top 10 students at Chipola are
from Port St. Joe. They are Fred
Joines and John Chafin.
Guests of the club were Celia
Creech and Fran Hannon of the
Keyettes, Pete Fox and Emory
Burleson of the Key Club; Dr. Ned
Haven, Chipola Junior Colege pres-
ident and Bill Myers.

(Continued From Page 1)
Rotary Observes
standing high school boy and girl;
sponsor Rotary Charity Ball with
proceeds going to dental health
and education program and cor-
respond with foreign clubs to pro-
mote world understanding.
Under the leadership of Carl P.
Miller, of Los Angeles, Calif., presi-
dent of Rotary International, Ro-
tary clubs everywhere are partici-
pating in a program aimed at in-
tensifying their efforts to further
friendly relations among the peo-
ple of different nations. The core
of the program has been the match-
ing of Rotary districts in different
parts of the world as a means of
encouraging clubs and Rotarians in
linked districts to create and main-
tain relationships through ex-
changes of all kinds, including
personal visits. The Port St. Joe
club corresponds with Rotary,
Nurnberg, Gustav Schwanhausser,
president, Nurnberg, Germany.


The prescription you bring to
our Rexall pharmacist is. handled
as carefully as a jeweler handles
a superlative gem. For it actu-
ally is your health your most
precious jewel which you are
entrusting to us. "
The exacting standards of his
profession require that a phar-
macist be unfailingly accurate.
And in our Prescription Depart'
ment you will always receive
friendly, prompt service.
YOUR


eliriun Is rUILom L i e U c pacU. j.L rippler-..

J. Frank Adams Seeks member of the Jaycees and past Buzzett's
Re-election As ProsecutorIvice-president of the Port St. Joe Drive-In Win
lKiwanis Club. He has served as
State Attorney J. Frank Adams Gulf County Deputy Supervisor of Free P
of Blountstown announced this Registration and Deputy Tax Col- 317 WiIIl
week that he would seek re-election lector.
as State Attorney for the Four-
teenth Judicial Circuit of Florida Mahon Forced To Back
which comprises Bay, Calhoun, Out of School 'Race
Gulf, Holmes, Jackson and Wash-
ington counties. He is now com- Jack Mahon, who recently an- x B
pleting his third term in this of- nounced his intention to seek the
fice. He has never had opposition office of Superintendent of Pub- IARLEY-DAVIDSON
for this office. lic of Public Instruction for Gulf SIX SENSATIONI
In making his formal announce- County, announced this week that MODELS FOR
ment, Adams said, "I have been he will not be a candidate. PLEASURE
'deeply honored by the people of Mahon, an instructor at the Tyn- See us for new
the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit al- dall Air Force Base school, has we offer low dc
lowing me to serve as their State been denied the leave of absence easy terms to fit
Attorney. Should I be re-elected, I to run for the office, under the U. "FOR INFORM
shall continue to devote all my S. Government Hatch Act. 14GULF COASTA
time, energy and ability to this of- In order to run, Mahon would
fice. My years of experience as a have to resign his position with R U G G C E
prosecutor will be invaluable in the school. Mahon feels that he
serving the cause of justice in our cannot take this drastic step. 9 by 12 R
area of the State." Mason said, "I would like to CASH AN
thank the many of you who have Dyeing S
shown interest in me as a candi-
Tom Pridgeon, Jr. Named date for the office and let you FLOORMASTEI
Tom Adams Chairman know it is with a great deal of re- 3425 E. Hwy. 98
TALLAHASSEE Secretary of gret that I will be unable to serve
TALLAHASSEE Secretar you and the boys and girls of Gulf
State Tom Adams today announced ouan the boys and of Gulf CATHERIN
the appointment of Earl T. (Tom. ounty CATHERIN
my) Pridgeon, Jr. Port St. Joe First Qual
businessman and civic leader, as *hn Patterns
Gulf County Campain Chairman for erns
the 1964 Adams Campaign Organ- \ See Our S]
ization.
In this capacity, Adams said, 2817 E. 5th St.
Pridgeon not only will supervise
local campaign activities in the .
May primary elections, but will al- ELLIS MU
so serve, on a continuing basis as HAMMOND
chairman of an advisory commit- Story & Cla
tee of Gulf County citizens to in- S r &
form the Secretary of State on Guitars, Musical
problems and, activities in their SHEET MUSIC, I
communities. a h. 314 Harrison Ave.
Active in civic affairs, he is a -.' -. -...r


Drug Store
ndow Service
parking
ams Ave.


SIC Cc
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irk Piar
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(Continued From Page 1)
Costin Qualifies a
Road moneys accruing the County;
the Highland View Water and Sew-
er District organization to author-
ize and provide for financing of
the construction of a water and
sewer plant at Highland View; a
local appropriation for fire equip-
ment for both Highland View and
White City.
Costin is Chairman of the Gulf
County Democratic Executive Com-
mittee, a past president of the
Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce
a past president of the 14th Judi-
cial Circuit Bar Association, a
member of the Advisory Commit-I
tee to the State Board of Parks
and Historic Memorials in Gulf
County, a member of the Labor
Committee of the Florida Bar As-
sociation, and a member of the St.
Joseph Historical Society.
He is a member of the First Bap-
tist Church of Port St. Joe where
he teaches a Young People's Class,
and belongs to the Masons, Moroc-
co Temple Shrine, American Le-
gion and Kiwanis Club.
Costin's wife, Margaret, is a
former School Teacher in the Pub-
lic Schools of Gulf County, and he
has two childern, Rense and Char-
les.
HAYDON BURNS GROUP
OPENS OFFICE HERE
The local headquarters for Hay-
don Burns, candidate for Governor,
will have its formal opening Sat-
urday at 9:00 A. M. at 221 Reid
Avenue.
Burns Headquarters will be staf-
fed by persons serving on the
Burns for Governor Committee and
will open daily with the exception
of Sunday.
Coffee will be served and every-
one is invited to stop by and visit.


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see your service-repair shop
BEFORE trouble starts.
He's a professional who
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vehicles of all makes, models
and ages running smoothly.
Parts that bear the NAPA
Seal are of such excellence
that you'll find them where
there's a trained mechanic
competent to use them.
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16 oz. Can Hershey
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F D IN EFebruary 26,27, 28, 29

OPENS NEW PAPER GOODS DEP RTMENT
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MINUTES of the

O0ARD of COUNTY COMMISSION

WE WAHITCHKA, FLORIDA St. Joseph Peninsula State Park.
February 11, 1964 He stated Senator Luther Tucker
The Board of County Commis- accompanied him to Washington
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, where they met with Senator
.met this date in regular session George Smathers and officials of
with the following members pres- Public W o r k s Administrations;
ent: Jaines G. McDaniel, Chairman, where an application was made for
Walter Graham, S. C. Player, Leo financial assistance in constructing
Kennedy and A. J. Strickland. The said road; that the U. S. Govern-
Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, Road Su- ment will grant the State of Flor-
perintendent, Mosquito Control Su- ida $175,000.00 on a matching ba-
pervisor and Max W. Kilbourn were sis upon the proper application
also preselit. from the Florida State Road De-
The' meeting came to order at apartment. He then informed the
9:00 a.m. The Clerk opened the Board that he, Senator Tucker and
meeting with prayer. the Chairman of this Board have
The minutes of January 7, 13, an appointment with State Officials
16 and 28 were read, approved and in Tallahassee on February 12 for
adopted. the purpose of applying to the U.
Holforable Ben C. Williams, Gulf S. Government for the $175,000.00,
County Representative, appeared matching funds. He said that State
before the Board and reported on Matching Funds would not be char-
his mission to Washington, D. C., ged against Gulf County's share of
in connection with securing Fed- secondary road funds. The Board
eral Funds to be used in the con- thanked Mr. Williams for repre-
structiori of the access road to the senting the County in this matter.



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Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .-------......... 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


that order.
A cool Al Jensen and Jim Bea-
man could only muster series of
474 and 433.
Alleys three and four saw the
league leading Costin team stretch
their lead four more points as they
took four from Vitro.
Jake Koller was high for Costin's
with Murdock with a 480.
Wayne Ernest was high for Vit
ro, followed by Billy Joe Richards
with 528 and 508 series respect


He said this action would be ap-
propriate because the Park site
land once belonged to T. H. Stone
and was taken from him in a con-
demnation proceedings in the
United States Courts to be used as
a Military Reservation and also,
that Jessie V. Stone, son of the
late T. H. Stone, has done prac-
tically all of the leg work in mak-
ing the Park a reality, as local
Chairman for the Park Project,
spent much time and personal
funds and without his hard work
the park would probably still be
Mr. Williams then'requested the
Board to adopt a resolution re-
questing the State Park Board to
name the St. Joseph Peninsula Park
the "T. H. Stone Memorial Park".
nothing more than a dream and
something to wish for. After dis-
cussion, the Board decided that the
resolution would be adopted at a
later date.
J. M. Whitfield, Public Relations
Officer for the Gulf Coast Electric
Cooperative, appeared before the
Board and informed the members
that the law enforcement officials
and many citizens have requested
the Co-op to place lights on the
Dead Lakes Dam Bridge and told
that their requests were made be-
cause so many people fish on the
bridge after dark thereby causing
a hazard to the traffic. He present-
ed a plan to install 7 lamps on the
bridge at a total cost to the County
of $24.50 per month rental. He pre-
sented pictures of the same type in-
stallation on the Deer Point Dam
Bridge in Bay County. After dis-
cussion there was a motion by
Commissioner Strickland, seconded
by Commissioner Kennedy and
unanimously carried that Gulf
County enter into a contract with
the Co-op to rent the lamps at
$24.50 per month.
W. 0. Meeks requested the Coun-
ty to cover a garbage pit located
in the Northwest corner of his pro-
perty. The Commission agreed to
cover the pit.
The Clerk presented the State
Auditor's report No. 5854 on the
office of Clerk of Circuit Court
and County Judge. The same was
ordered filed.
The Board appointed the follow-
ing citizens as members of the
Gulf County Historical Commis-
sion to serve until the second
Tuesday in 1965, to-wit: Mrs. Ned
S. Porter, Mrs. R. H. Brinson, Wil-
liam J. Rish, Jessie V. Stone, Wil-
liam H. Howell, Jr., George Y. Core
Dave Gaskin and Charles B. Smith
The Board directed the Clerk to
cancel a bill from the County Road
Dept., to the City of Port St. Joe in
the amount of $140.00, represent-
ing 12 hours dozer work. This bill
is cancelled because the county
now owes an equal amount to said
City for use of city equipment.
The Clerk reported that the roof
on the Wewahitchka Health Center
has been leaking during the recent
rains. The Chairman instructed the
Health Commissioner and the At-
torney to take the necessary steps
to correct the defect in the roof.
The Board discussed the outdoor
Recreational Program as offered by
the Florida Board of Conservation
and decided not to enter into this
program at this time.
The County Judge presented his
bill in the amount of $1,516.91 as
per audit report No. 5858 represent-
ing the amount due the Judge for
the years 1961-62. The County At-
torney informed the Board that
this amount was withheld from the
County Judge's salary in 1961 due
to the factt that the law establish-
ing the salary for that office was
passed in the middle of the year,


however, the State Auditor inter-
preted the law as being retroactive
to January of 1961. The Board re-
quested the Attorney to check all
of the law on this matter before
this bill is paid.
The following hospital bills were
approved for payment: Memorial
Hospital, Panama City, for Sally
Vilenna Layfield, $75.00, Dr. H. B.
Canning as a refund for amount,
$75.00, paid to Tallahassee Memor-
ial Hospital for Tew child.
The Board discussed a proposed
right of way in the Dalkeith area
running along the North property
line of the Pippin property. The
Board instructed Max W. Kilbourn
to locate this road before a re-
quest for the right of way from the
land owners.
The Board authorized the Tax
Collector to reduce the taxes of
Nora Duren as found on page 181,
line 22 of 1963 Tax Roll from
$32.46 to $18.55. This reduction is
to allow a widow's exemption.
The Board ordered the follow-
ing additions to the Indigent Roll:
Linda Gayle Parrish, $15.00; Carl
Wood, $15.00; Dorothy Forehand,
$15.00; Ruth K. Williams, $15.00;
Curtis Johnson (1 month only),
$15.00.
The oBard accepted ditch ease-
ments from Alabama Woods, Inc.,
and E. C. Harden, Sr., et als., for
a ditch in Section 36, Township 4
South, Range 10 West.
They discussed the secondary
road program for the 1964-65 year.
Tt was decided to invite the City
Commissioners of Wewahitchka
and Port St. Joe to meet with this
Board at 6:00 p.m., February 20.
1964, for the purpose of adopting
a tentative program before meet-
;ng with the State Road Depart-
ment.
Commissioner Strickland report-
ed that Mrs. Armstrong fell and
broke her hip; that she has no
family to nurse her and that she
requires a 24 hour nurse; that he
employed Mrs. Lula Jones at $3.00
uer day to nurse Mrs. Armstrong
beginning February 3, subject to
the approval of the Board. Upon
motion by Commissioner Strickland
seconded by Commissioner Gra-
ham and duly carried, tL3 Board
employed Lula Jones at $3.00 per
day.
Commissioner Strickland inform-
Ad the Board that Jim Roberts has
agreed to give the right of way
for a street running across his
home property in White City, be-
qinning at the Causey Road and
running to the South boundary of
Beaty Subdivision. After discus-
sion, the Board instructed Max W.
Kilbourn to survey and stake this
proposed street in order that the
Droper right of way may be ob-
tained.
Commissioner Graham told the
Board that one of the land own-
ers on the East side of Horse Shoe
Circle cannot get to his property
due to the large open ditch be-
tween the street and the lots. The
Chairman instructed Commissioner
Graham and Mr. Kilbourn to con-
tact the State Road Denartment
and work out a satisfactory ar-
rangement between the land owner
and the State.
Commissioner Player informed
the Board that Magellan Street in
St. Joe Beach requires maintenance
to enable those living on that
street to get to their homes.
The Chairman instructed the
Road Superintendent to do what-
ever work necessary on said street
Commissioner Kennedy informed
the Board that the State Park-Offi-
cials met with him and requested
the County to give the Park Board
some idea as to the assistance the
County will offer in constructing
streets in the St. Joseph Peninsula
Qtate Park. The Board announced
that no assistance could be given
at this time.
The Chairman told the Commis-
sioner that he was not satisfied
with the progress on the Sauls
Creek Road. He said that one rea-
son this project has been at a
standstill is because the St. Joe
Paper Company has not been able
to do the dozer work that was
promised on this road. He said
that Mr. Henry Maige informed
him that the St. Joe Paper Com-
nanv will out two dozers to work
on that road within the near future
and that all dozer work should be
completed within ten months.
The Road Department, Farm
Agent and Health Department fil-
ed reports for January.
The State Road Denartment fil-
ed a report on Gulf County's Sec-
ondary Road funds for the period
December 31, 1963, to June 30,
1964.
The bills for the month of Jan,
uary were presented, examined, ap-
proved, and ordered paid.
All payrolls for January 1964,
were approved and ratified as
paid.
There being no further business,
tho meeting adjourned.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core James G. McDaniel
Clerk Chairman


BOWL ING


COMMERICAL LEAGUE
By Al Jensen
Action on alleys one and two was
great for Boyles as they came on
strong to take three to one from
team five.
Archie Floyd Sr., and Wayne
Ward had series of 494 and 488 in


tively.
Alleys five and six saw Michigan
Chemical and the Stevedores de-
cide to disagree with split two
points each.
Sumemrs was high for Michigan
Chemical with a 488. Ralph Ward
was next with a 481.
My good friend Danny Maddox
is still having troubles with a 504
series. Following close was Ruel
Whitehurst with a 503.
Team Standings
W L
Costins 55 29
Vitro 46 38
Team Five 41 43
Mich. Chem. 39 45
Stevedores 38 46
Boyles 33 51

Gulf County Ladies League
By Maxine Jensen .
Florida National Bank and Raf-
field's Fisheries met on lanes five
and six dividing the four points,'
two each. Ruby Lucas bowled high
for Florida National Bank with a
370 series. Joann Holland was next
with a 366.
Jo Ferrell had a good night for
Raffield's with a 460 series includ-
ing a 182 game. Evelyn Murdock
was next with a 405.
Comforter's gained two more
points in the standings as they took
three points to St. Joe Furniture
one point.
Elise Rodgers lead with a 423
series. Maxine Jensen was next
with a series of 429.
Jean Dennis was high for St.
Joe Furniture with a fine 412
scores. Wynell Burke bowled a 405
series.
Joann Holland and Maxine Jen-
sen picked up the 5-7 spot.
Team Standings
Comforters 64 28
W L
St. Joe Furniture 47 45
Raffield's Fisheries 47 45
Fla. Nat'l Bank 26 66
LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE
Amison Seafood and West Flor-
ida Gas Company bowled on lanes
3 and 4 Thursday morning. Ami-
son won two and a half games and
West Florida Gas won one and a
half. Lois Smith bowled a 425 ser-
ies. Doris Amison was next with
a 416 series. Doris had one good
game at 190. This placed her on
the board with third high game
for the lanes. Lois Smith was third
with a 189. Mary Brown was high
foi West Florida Gas with a 420
series. Ollie Neil had a 405 series.
She had a 168 game.
Jitney Jungle and St. Joe Natur-
al Gas bowled on lanes 5 and 6
with iJtney Jungle winning three
games. Evelyn Smith had a 456
series. She had a good 193 game.
essie Ruth Ramsey bowled a 428
series. She had two good games, a
161 and 154. Lois Faulk was also
doing sotne good bowling. She had
a 337 series. Jean Stebel had a


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for Natural Gas with a 386 series.
Martha Ward had a 382 series.
The Whitfield Strikers and
Faye's Seafood Grill was on lanes
7 and 8. The Whitfield Strikers
won three games and Faye's one.
Geraldine Freeman was high for
Whitfield Strikers with a 398 ser-
ies. Ruby Lucas had a 381 series.
Norma Zeigler bowled a 370 series
and Eula Dickey a 343 series. (Eu-
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ing). Ann Whittle was high for
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1964

Rich's and Mary Harrison bowled
a 405 series for Beaman. Diane Ay-
cock bowled a 403 for Beaman.
Ruby Lucas picked up a 5-10
split. (Good going, Ruby).
Team Standings W L
Amison Seafood 57 23
Whitfield Strikers 48 32
Jitney Jungle ----48 32
Rich's Super Mkt. 38 42
West Fla. Gas Co. 36% 43%
Beaman Plumbing 32 48
St. Joe Nat. Gas --- 30% 49%
Faye's Seafood Grill 30 50

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Barge Canal Work Begins


A century-old dream of a water-
way across the upper- neck of Flor-
'da will begin to materialize Thir-
sday when President Lyndon B.
Johnson sets off a dynamite charge
launching construction of a 107-
mile-long barge canel.
President Johnson's attendance
at the public ceremony has been
confirmed by Florida Governor
Farris Bryant.


tract from the U. S. Army Engin-
eers to excavate 4.4 million cubic
yards of dirt.
Plans call for the groundbreak-
ing ceremony to start at 11 am.
at the Boys Ranch, followed by a
free barbecue for the public. The
program is being handled by the
Canal Authority of the State of
Florida in cooperation with offi-
cials of Chambers of Commerce,


The groundbreaking will be held waterway groups, counties traver-
at the Robeheaver Boys Ranch 10 sed by the waterway, and the
miles southwest of Palatka where Corps of Engineers.
the Cross Florida Barge Canel will Congressman D. R. (Billy) Mat-
leave the t. Johns River and head thews, in whose district the first
westward across the state to Yan- work will take place, will be the
keetown oi the ,Gulf of Mexico. official host. Master of ceremonies
More than 15,000 persons are ex- will be Congressman Robert L. F.
pected, including U. S. Sens. Spes- Sikes, a long-time canal support-
sard L. Holland and George A. er. Governor Bryant will introduce
Smathers, Gov. Bryant, Florida's President Johnson.
12-membei House of Representa- To touch off the dynamite
-tives delegation, members of the charge, President Johnson will
State Cabinet, and Lt. Gen. W. K. pull a switch located on a post in
Wilson, Jr., Chief of Army Engin- front of the speakers' platform.
eers. The resulting explosion, 1,500
Thursday's groundbreaking will feet away, will mark the begin-
begin the excavation of the first six ning of a $158 million, eight to 10-
mile-long section of the canal. Tide- year project aimed at cutting the
water Dredging Corp., of Metairie, barge travel distance between Gulf
La., has received a $796,576 con- Coast points and those on the At-


lantic Seaboard.
This saving will amount to 610
miles-and five days of travel time
-compared with the open water
route around Key West.
When completed the canal will
provide a 185-mile long link be-
tween the Intracoastal Waterway,
east of Jacksonville, to Palatka, a
distance of 80 miles.
From Palatka, the canal work
will head southwestward across
Florida, necessitating the excava-
tion of 88 million cubic yards of
earth for the 12-foot deep, 150-
foot wide canal. Where possible
the canal will use existing rivers
such as the Oklawaha and Withla-
coochee.
Five locks will be built along the
route so that ground water level is
not affected.
The most easterly of these locks
the St. Johns Lock, will be in Put-
nam County very near the dedica-
tion site. The construction begin-
ning today will be for taking the
canal from the vicinity of the lock
site westward across State Road 19
to a point 2/ miles southwest of
Rodman. A plug of earth will be
left in the excavation route across


Highway 19 for a future contract THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.
for construction of a bridge. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1964
Each of the locks will be 84 feet lion to $4 million. The present pro-
wide and 600 feet long. The other ject was authorized by Congress
four locks will be east of Fort Mc- in 1942 and received new impetus
Coy; southeast of Silver Springs; from feasibility studies completed
east of Dunellon, and east of U. S. in 1962.


Highway 19 near Inglis. In addi-
tion, dams will be built near
Orange Springs in Putnam County
and near Fort McCoy to provide
water supplies for operation of the
locks.
Historically, a Cross-Florida wa-
terway has been envisioned for
nearly 400 years. The first engin-
eering studies were made in 1829
in a report presented to Congress
by the Army Engineers. Subse-
quently the matter came before
Congress eight additional times.
In the 1930s a sea-level ship ca-
nal was planned. Excavation was
started as a work-relief measure
but was discontinued as a result
of great concern over the effect
of the sea-level canal on the state
underground water supply. Regard-
less of the debate, the now author-
ized fresh water barge canal will
assure that there would be no ad-
verse effect on the natural water
levels.
Most of this previous excavation
will be used in the current work,
resulting in a saving of $3 mil-


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LEGAL ADVERTISING

NOTICE TO GULF COUNTY
VOTERS
I have checked your cards with
the registration books and there
are too many voters who have not
returned their cards.
If you see your name in the list
below, PLEASE check with me be-
fore the 4th of .April, as the books
close at that time, and you will
cancel your chance to vote in the
coming elections.
Thank you
MRS. C. G. RISH
Supervisor of Registration
Gulf County
PRECINCT NO. 1
Bass, Cage I.
Bass, Deward A.
Batson, Enoch R.
Branch, Ethan L.
Branch, Myra S.
Brunner, Charles F.
Burke, Eva E.
Burke, Albert R.
Chumney, Thomas K.
Dunlap, Frank C.
Efurd, Hettie A.
Fisher, Emanuel
Fortner, Charles H.
Gay, Tobe
Gradford, Ossie L.
Granger, Robert E.
Grice, John Rogers
Griner, William L.
Grinslade, W. Burl
Kirkland, Leo W.
Me Fan, Ira
Nixon, Thomas B.
Rester, Leslie Clinton
Rester, Rosenia F.
Roweli, William T.
Shiver, Bonnie M,
Stewart, Patricia B.
Stewart, Benard D.
Strange, Charlie R.
Strange, Mable
Strange, Pick
Straling, Charles V.
Tomas, Gilbert Jr.
Tomas, Vera Marie G.
J Wade, Ruth G.
Weeks, Annie L.
Weeks, Joseph E. Jr.
Whitchard, J. R.
PRECINCT NO. 2
Alford, James Hurtis
Alford, Frances Ruth
Baker, Cherrie
Bass, Willie D.
Bennett, Maymie
Bennett, Jeff
Boone, Earl
Bradley, Angus
Britt, Lillie Mae
Britt, Roxie
Britt, Richard J.
Britt, David
Buchannan, C. H.
Collins, Oscar
Collins, Mary
SConner, Roy A.
Conner, Inez D.
Crespo, Catherine F.
Daniels, Lavonia
Daniels, Jim S.
SDarley, Alice C.
Darley, Irvin S.
Davis, Doris 0.
Dawkins, John L.
Dingal, Leroy D.
Doyal, Charles E.


Faison, Robert
Fortner, Jonnie Jr.
Fortner, Earnestine B.
Foster, Mims
Freeman, Lottie Mae
Freeman, Fletcher
Frye, William A.
Frye, June K.
Gay, Gene H.
Glasier, June H.
Glasier, Mack
Griffin, Elbert E.
Griffin, Jesse
Howerton, Walter B.
Kemp, Margaret D.
Klein, Walter
Merchant, Caroline
Morris, Lonnie S.
Myers, Willie.
Myers, Emma
Odum, Charles W.
Pitts, Myrtle L.
Pitts, Lester E.
Poole, Jewel M.
Price, Lillie G.
Rhames, Sammuel Levi
Rogers, Jeraldine
Rogers, James D.
Rouse, James A.
Simmons, Margie W.
Simmons, Hubert E.
Smiley, Lula Mae
Stephens, Donald Ray
Stephens, Leroy
Stephens, Rosetta
Stewart, Vernon
Walsingham, William E.
Watson, James H.
Whitfield, Ethel E.
PRECINCT NO. 3
Cox, Talmadge
Holmes, Eponee M.
Luke, Rex C.
Mc Cathan, Henry
Reese, Carl S. Jr.
Segers, Betty J.
Thomas, Carrie
Whitfield, David C.
Whitfield, George E.
Whitfield, Bernice B.
Wilkinson, Edison B.
Wilkinson, Chester C.
Williams, Alvin E.
Woodley, Nancy
PRECINCT NO. 4
Chambers, Frances C.
Chambers, James 0.
Kinney, Clara Mae
Matlock, John L.
Matlock, V. Ethel
Williams, Vadalee
Williams, Lee A.
PRECINCT NO. 5
Adkinson, Shelly S.
Batson, Roy
Baxley, William F.
Birgenheier, Lee G.
Boyette, David A.
Butler, Betty Jo
Byrd, Gene H,
Byrd, Vennie Mae
Carr, Josephine
Collier, William A.
Coleman, Mary
Coppedge, Wesley B.
Creech, Hazel Mae
Curlee, James H.
Daniels, Lee
Davis, Iris J.
Davis, Revben B.
Davis, Floyd G.
Denton, William M.
Douglas, Ida Jean
Douglas, Arvil Jinnings
Dunlap, Gracie F.


Etheredge, Opal V.
Etheredge, Clifton P.
Fant, Alma L.
Fant, Arthur F.
Fendley, Sophur M.
Fendley, Pope
Floyd, A. D.
Foster, Henry J.
Foster, Clra Lee
Fowler, Magnolia T.
Fuller, Walter S.
Garrett, Gerald D.
Garrett, Annie 0.
Gibson, Pasco
Godwin, Lillian L.
Goodman, Evelyn.
Goodman, Robert L.
Gordon, Ruby Lee
Greif, Charles B. Jr.
Griffin, Jackie C.
Hatcher, William D.
Helms, Harold Deland
Henderson, Pastean
Kelley, Loran
Land, Jerald L.
Lind, R osie M.
Marshall, Ima Jo
Martin, Courtney E.
Martin, Jean G.
Miller, Terry RI
Mitchell, James H.
Mobley, Belvie I.
Moore, James
Mullinax, Lucille B.
Mullinax, Robert L.
Mc Doniel, Charles E.
Mc Doniel, Josephine L.
Neel, James B.
Neel, Edna Ruth
Parrott, Mabel F.
Payne, Nina A.
Pickron, Jimmer L.
Pickron, Louella P.
Pickron, Estelle L.
Pickron, Jesse J.
Pickron, Hubert R.
Rhames, Donald G.
Russell, Barbara Jean
Russell, Calvin W.
Sasser, Earl F.
Sculley, Mrs. 0. V.
Skipper, Easter
Skipper, John D.
Smith, Malcolm D.
Snellgrove, Mary E.
Snellgrove, William A.
Sirmons, Ester S.
Strickland, Julius L.
Sunday, Bernice G,
Sullivan, Helen L.
Thompson, Elizabeth W.
VanCamp, Gracie
Vayda, Barbara J.
Vayda, William
Watson, Willie Mae
Watson, Frank D,
Watson, Jean L.
Watson, Mary L.
Whitehead, Barney C.
Whitehead, Cora L.
Williams, Leon V.
Williams, Shirley Ann
Williams, Elzie
Wilson, Charles R.
Wood, Burlah E.
Zorn, Marine E.
PRECINCT NO. 6
Bradley, Selma V.
Bush, Charles W.
Bush, Lavenia M.
Causey, Edgar
Causey, Vera Mae
Davis, Larry E.
Durden, Clyde
Farmer, Annie Mae


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Farmer, Preston E.
Gannie, Nora D.
Goodman, James M. Jr.
Hardy, Curtis F.
Hardy, Earel
Hardy, Dora W.
Harper, George H.
Jordon, Virgil A.
Jordon, Polly T.
Mc Cardle, James D.
Morris, Edward
Murphy, Anderson W.
Newsome, Alford 0.
Newsome, Bessie C.
Peters, Fornie A.
Raffield, Andrew J.
Roberts, Axle
Starting, Hewey W.
Starling, Reffer D.
Stewart, Doyle C.
Tipton, David D.
Walker, Lila M.
Whitfield, Bernice Lee
Whitfield, Joe W.
PRECINCT NO. 7
Elliott, Ciscero C.
Garner, Phillip
Grimes, William T.
Harris, Annie M.
Smith, Sharles W.
Tharpe, Lavonia
Traweek, Mattie M.
PRECINCT NO. 8
Arnette, David C. Jr.
Arnette, Mrs. Vonice L.
Arnold, Melba B.
Avant, Willie E.
Badger, Elmira
Baker, Robert J.
Bergeron, Louis C.
Beverly, Eddie
Brown, James Lee
Bryant, Beatrice
Chambers, Rosie Lee
Clements, Mrs. Blanche J.
Collins, Mandy
Daniels, Dorothy Louise
Davis, Annie B.
Davis, Albert Kira
Davis, Quennie Mae
Dixon, Bessie
Dixon, Joe
Dowden, Loretta L.
Dowden, Harry
Dunning, Sallie
Fowler, Emma
Frazier, Jimmie L.
Grenton, Joe
Hall, Francis M,
Hall, Barbara Ann
Hall, Louise
Hall, Major
Hooper, Paul James
Ingram, Charles H.
Jackson, L. E.
Jackson, Charlie
Jimmison, Jack
Johnson, Mallie E.
Johnson, C. M.
Jones, Sophie
King, E. L.
Lett, Eddie
Locke, John
Lowery, Ernest Sr.
Mc Donald, A. D.
Me Coy, Mrs. Gladys
Mc Nabb, Lee D.
Manning, Willie Roy
Marshall, Karl E.
Martin, Ernest Lee
Martin, C. V.
Martin, James D.
Mason, Willie Mae
Minor, Eddie
Moore, Dwight L.
Neel, Benjamin W. -
Pace, Ollie
Pace, Johnest
Pittman, C. W.
Pyles, Sarah Alice
Raffield, Robert R.
Raiford, Mary E.
Raiford, Henry B.
Rich, Mrs. H. E.
Roberts, C. J.
Robinson, Dorothy M.
Rouse, Eddie
Shackleford, Sarah Ida
Smith, Doris L.
Smith, Julius E,
Smith, Mrs. Watson
Thomas, Lizzie Mae
Thomas, Hubert
Thompson, Estella
Troutman, Clifford Sr.
Troutman, Geneva
Walker, Otis H.
Ware, Sherman
Washington, Charlie A.
Williams, Christine X.
Williams, Earnestine
Wilson, Robert L,
Wilson, Simmie
Woullard, Fred
Wyatt, Rufus
PRECINCT NO. 9
Adams, Elbert R.
Atkinson, Julia L.
Beasley, Mrs. John E. Jr..
Beasley, John E. Jr.
Burch, Harold
Buttram, Doris A.
Buttram, Wayne M. Sr.
Carpenter, E. D. D.
Cason, James A.
Carver, William E.
Carver, Elaine
Christmas, Laura
Daniell, Mrs. J. F.
Glidden, Hazel B.
Hallmark, Catherine J.
Hallmark, Gordon S.
Hellen, Carolyn T.
Hellen, Roy F.
Hinote, Nova
Lapeyrouse, Jane F,
Lee, B. Jeanette
LeGrone, Alex
LeGrone, Ruth E.
Linton, Helen Z.
Linton, Cecil, E.
Mahon, Minnie Lee
Martin, Norman M.
Major, Alford R.
Medlin, Earnest R.
Medlin, Cora S.
Middleton, Guy N.
Mouchette, Jake W.
Musselwhite, Mrs. C. E.
Musselwhite, C. E.
Me Leod, Charles W.
Ramsey, Paul E.
Rowan, Frank M. Jr.
Rust, Lucy R.
Rust, Russell N.
Scully, William R.
Tynes, Rena L.
Tynes, Robert H.


Voss, Laura
Walker, Frances I.
Walker, R. A.
Williams, R. E.
Wright, Janet L.
Yates, Annie C.
PRECINCT NO. 10
Atchison, Earl Dempsey
Clark, Fernie Kay
Clark, Margaret E.
Duren, Carlene B.
Eells, Byron W., Jr.
Godwin, Cary Von
Hall, Mrs. Bert
Hargraves, Charline H.
Hargraves, Ancel L.


Hawkins, Betty Lois
Hawkins, Walter L.
Holt, Alice H.
Holt, Preston Jr.
Laird, Donald E.
Laney, Ila Belle
Laney, Jerry C.
Mc Dougald, James B. Jr.
Mc Dougald, Dollene J.
Miller, Edward G.
Miller, George L.
Mitchell, Barbara L.
Sandefur, Kenneth B.
Shirey, Mrs. J. S.
Smith, Milburn S.
Stikes, Henry A.
Stikes, Florence M.
Taylor, 0. M.
Tharpe, Voncile
Tharpe, Charles G.
Tharpe, Willie L.
Tharpe, Frances
Watts, Barbara P.
Watts, Jack K.
Weeks, William B.
Wimberly, Mary G.
Wimberly, Dorothy M.
Wimberly, George H. Jr.
PRECINCT NO. 11
Bass, J. P.
Bass, Myrtle Ruth
Blackshear, Roy K.
Blackshear, Madaline A.
Blount, Newton
Brodnax, Mrs. Jenneth
Brodnax, David K.
Burns, James W.
Burns, Mrs. James W.
Callahan, Lena G.
Callahan, Pete
Clements, Eston
Collins, Roy L.
Davis, Earl R.
Elliott, Mrs. Perry
Elliott, Perry
Floyd, Bettie D.
Floyd, Calvin A.
Ford, Elsie
Ford, James W.
Gardner, Mrs. Nelson
Gardner, Nelson L.
Gibson, Lois Jean
Gibson, Robert C.
Gosnell, James L.
Graham, Levander
Gwaltney, Doris
Gwaltney, Curtis J.
Hall, Drew B.
Hall, Cora Mae H.
Henderson, Richard 0.
Hill, Ruby L.
Hill, F. L.
Jones, Mrs. A. M.
Kelley, Chapman F.
Kelley, Bertha
Land, Clyde W.
Lee, Roy
Lee, Eunice
Linton, Caledica
Me Farland, Everett
Mc Farland, Pearl L.
Montgomery, Edward W.
Moore, Dorothy B.
Murphy, Mrs. A. W.
Nichols, Easter L.
Parrish, Elmer H.
Peeler, Carles B.
Peters, W. 0.
Pitts, Elizabeth T.
Pittman, Ralph J.
Pool, Franklin R.
PRECENT NO. 11 CONT.
Pool, Mary L.
Sapp, Lucille
Sapp, William
Shaw, Betty
Shaw, Bobby L.
Sims, Ernestine T.
Sims, Samuel A.
Smith, Pearl Madelyn
Stewart, Alonzo T.
Stewart, Minnie P.
Stone, Shirley F.
Thomas, Margaret L.


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Thursday, Wilber E.
Thursday, Ernestine C.
Tison, Ann W.
Tison, Harry P.
Webb, Robert M.
White, Mariana R.
Williams, Thomas C. Jr.
Winters, Caroline W.
Winters, William L.
Wise, Loette C.
Worley, Christine A.

NOTICE TO BID
BID NO. 17
The City of Port St. Joe will re-
ceive sealed bids until 5:00 o'clock
P.M., March 3, 1964, for the pur-
chase of the following equipment:
Quantity Description
16 Bolts, 5/8" machine gal-
vanized.
16 Washer, 24A" square.
12 Rack, secondary one wire
12 Insulator, spool
68 Connectors, No. 2 copper
2 Connectors, 4/0 copper
200' Wire, 5/16" Guy
8 3-bolt clamps
4 8" anchor, screw type
4 guy thimbles
1 Y2" x 8' ground rod
6' wire, No. 4 BHD, ground
wire
1 clamp, %" ground rod
70' Wire, No. 6 BHD copper
140' Wire, No. 4/OHR copper
70' Conduit, 2"
2 Weatherhead, 2"
1 LB, 2" with cover
1 Switch, 400 AMP. 120/240
volt single phase
outdoor type
2 Fuses, 250 Amp. for above
switch
2 Musco Fixtures Catalog No
ML 1500-4 or equal
with lamps
2 Musco Fixtures Catalog No
ML 1500-6 or equal
with lamps
2 Musco Fixtures Catalog No
ML 1500-7 or equal
with lamps
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any and all bids
received.
J. B. WILLIAMS 2t
City Auditor and Clerk 2-27

NOTICE TO BID
BID NO. 16
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida
will receive sealed bids at the City
Clerk's Office, City Hall, Port St.
Joe, Florida until 5:00 o'clock P.M.,
E.S.T., March 3, 1964, for the pur-
chase of the following equipment:
500 feet-2% inch, double jacket,
dacron fibre, rubber lined, 400 lb.
test, with National Standard Hose
threads, rocker lug couplings at-
tached and all gaskets therefore, fire
hose wax and gum treated.
200 feet-12 inch, double jacket,
dacron fibre, rubber lined, 400 lb.,
test, with National Standard Hose
threads, rocker lug couplings at-
tached and all gaskets therefore, fire
hose wax and gum treated.
Ten (10) ear guarantee required
on both hoses.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any_and all.bids
received.
J. B. WILJ.LIAMS 2t
City Auditor and Clerk 2-27


THURSDAY, F-EBRUARY 27, 1964


LUTHER TUCKER
ANNOUNCEMENT
To the citizens of Gulf County,
I wish to announce that I have
qualified as a candidate for Sen.
ator of the 5th District subject to
the Democratic Primary on May
5, 1964.
I am seeking re-election as the
5th District Senator and to serve
the first full term of the newly
apportioned District which now in-
cludes Gulf, Franklin, Liberty and
Wakulla counties.
I will run on my record in the
Legislature.
I point to a few of the accom-
plishments that took place during
the 1963 sesison that affected Gulf
County. The local legislative dele-
gation with the help of many citi-
zens of Gulf County were able to
acquire the land necessary for a
state park on St. Joseph's Peninsu-
la. We were fortunate in getting
an appropriation of $100,000 for
this project. We got a claim bill
through for $10,000 for a family in
Gulf County.
Many other projects for the bet-
terment of the citizens of Gulf
County have been started but are
yet unfinished.
I ask that you inspect my record
as Senator, look at the legislation
that I supported and that legisla-
tion that I opposed and determine
for yourself my position as your
Senator.
I served the following commit-
tees: Chairman Salt Water Conser-
vation; Vice Chairman Public
Roads and Highways; County Or-
ganization; Finance and Taxation;
Governmental Reorganization; Live-
stock; Motor Vehicles; Pensions
and Retirement; Public Health "B";
Welfare. During the 1961 sesison
I served on the following commit.
tees: Chairman Game and Fisher-
ies; Forestry and Parks; Industrial
and Atomic Energy; Legislative
Management and Population; Mis-
cellaneous Legislation; Motor Ve-
hicles; Public Health; Welfare. At
.this time I am serving on the fol-
lowing Legislative Council Interim
Committees: Roads and Highways,
Vice Chairman; Commercial Codes;
Fisheries and Natural Resources.
I humbly solicit your vote and
support for a man of action, not
promises.
lit (Paid Pol. adv.) 2-20



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