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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: March 12, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"

TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1964 NUMBER 26


Local Man InjuredIn Plane Crash Saturday Afternoon


Joel Strait, 106 Westcott Circle, managed
to walk away from this plane crash last Saturday
afternoon. The crash occurred on the banks of
the Gulf County Canal on property of the old St.
Joe Lumber and Export Company. The barrels
beside the wrecked plane are drums of rosin
stored on the property by Glidden Company.
According to eye-witnesses, Strait's plane


started to sputter and he attempted to land in
the area between two rows of the barrels. The
plane's nose hit the ground causing it to flip over
on it's back. Strait suffered lacerations of the
scalp and was hospitalized over night for obser-
vation.
Strait had just purchased the plane and was
flying it to the Apalachicola airport.


Rotary Sponsoring Youth Day


The Port St. Joe Rotary Club
ervis Howell Iis again sponsoring Youth Day in
Port St. Joe this year.
SCandidate for Sheriff Rotary Chairmen of the project
are Max W. Kilbourn and Clyde A.
Pervis A. Howell of Port St. Joe Fite.
announced this week that he has The Club initiated the project
qualified as a candidate for the of. last year and conducted an election
fice of Shreiff..of, Gulf County. among students of Port St. Joe
Howell stated that he has been High School to elect city officers
interested in this.offiQc. for .ever- who .served with these officers in
a] years. He is a life-long resident their official capacities for a full
of Gulf county and for the past 27 day.
years has been. employed by the The students elected for this
Apalachicola Northern RaiRaad as year's Youth Day officers will
a trainman. Prior to this 'he serve serve in the capacities of Student
as Chief of Police in Port St. Joe Mayor, City Comlmissioners, Muni-
for,-a shert time. cipal Judge, City Clerk and Chief
Houeil i a'memibr- of the h'rst of Police. Since. March 17 is a reg-
Methodist Church of Port St. Joe, ular City Commission meeting
a thirty-second degree .Mason be- night, the students will also parti-
longing to the following lodges.-ipate-in this activity.
Blue Lodge atid Royal-Arch Chap- The purpose of" the program is
ter of Port St. Joe, Council and to better acquaint the young peo-
Ccknandery of Panama City. How- pie with how their city government
ell states that he believes in fair, operates.
efficient, economicallind effective Spirited elections are now being
law enforcement-nfancLelected he conducted at the Port St. Joe
will conscientiously execute the High School to select the officers
duties of that office. to serve next Tuesday.


Proclamation
WHEREAS, the City of Port
St. Joe and its citizens are vi-
tally interested in and affected
by the youth of the community,
and
WHEREAS, knowledge of and
familiarity with the responsibil-
ities and duties of the City and
its duly elected and appointed
officials, as well as the func-
tions of its several departments,
is necessary to the proper educa-
tion and enlightenment of our
youth, and
WHEREAS, the Port St. Joe
Rotary Club has sponsored an
election to be held among the
students of Port St. Joe High
School, for the purpose of select-
ing a Student Mayor, Student
City Commissioners, a Student
Municipal Judge, a Student City
Clerk, and a Student Chief of
Police, and has requested the
(Continued On Page 4)


Key Clubbers Build Storage Shed for St. Joe High School


Shown above are members of the Port St.
Joe High School Key Club constructing a new stor-
age shed behind the Port St. Joe High School. The
boys tore down an old unused shed and construct-
ed the new shed on their own time and with their


own money.
Shown above putting the finishing touches on
the shed, (left to right) are David Roche, Bob Craig,

David Dickey, Fred Chason, Larry Parker, Ellis
Stevens and Emory Burieson.


Tapper Asks Merchants Supporto C of C Loa uinamen To


The Port St. Joe Merchant's Di- for 200 to 300 members in during'


vision met last Friday at noon at
the Steak House, with probably
their largest attendance to date.
Some 35 Port St. Joe merchants
were in attendance.
George G. Tapper, new president
of the Chamber of Commerce was
at the meeting and spoke briefly
to the merchants asking their co-
operation with the work of the


the year and hoped that the mem-
bers of the Merchant's Division
would be representated 100 per
cent. "We will ask for City and
County funds to improve the ac-
tivities of the Chamber", Tapper
said. "We need a strong Chamber
of Commerce, with a paid exper-
ienced secretary in order to move
forward. And all of this cannot be


Chamber during the coming year. realized unless we have the whole-
Tapper said that he was looking hearted support of the merchants."


The St. Joe Men's Bowling As-
sociation's second annual City
Tournament will be held on the
next two week ends, according to
Everett Zeigler, owner of the St.
Joe Bowling Lanes.
This is the "World Series of
bowling" for Port St. Joe, wherein
the best teams of all leagues will
meet to decide a city champion.
The tournament will be held at
the St. Joe Bowling Lanes.
The public is invited to attend.


Bob Vervaeke To

Head Cancer

Drive In Gulf
The appointment of Mr. Rober
S. Vervaeke, Michigan Chemica
Corp. to lead the American Can
cer Society's 1964 Crusade in Por
St. Joe was announced today by the
Society's Gulf County Unit.
Unit President B. R. Gibson Jr.
in naming the new chairman, saic
that "under the vigorous leader
ship of Mr. Vervaeke we hope to
have our most usccessful education
al and fund-raising Crusade ever.'
The Crusade kicks off April 1.
In accepting the t op Crusade
post in this area, the chairman
called on everyone "to do his part
in the fight against cancer." He
noted that the disease will even-
tually strike some 48,000,000 Amer-
icans now living, according to pre-
sent rates. "All of us," he said,
"either directly or indirectly are
destined to be touched by the suf-
fering caused bp cancer. Therefore
all of us must unite against the
disease."
The new chairman said that can-
cer was giving way, slowly but
surely, to the world-wide attack
against it. "A generation ago, few-
er than one in five were saved
from cancer," he pointed out, "to-
day we are saving one in three,
and, under the best conditions, we
are now capable of saving one in
two." He defined "best conditions"
as getting people to their doc-
tors intime for prompt, proper
treatment of these forms of the
disease which are now considered
curable.
He said that this was one ob-
jective of the Crusade. "As part
of our educational campaign we
seek to persuade more adults to
have an annual health checkup
by a physician and to learn the
seven danger signals that may
mean cancer," he said. "These two
important steps can prevent need-
less cancer deaths."
The fund-raising aspect of the
Crusade, he said, provides the
support for the Society's provides
of research, education and ser-
vice to cancer patients.
To assure the success of the 1964
Crusade he appealed for a record
number of volunteers to join him
in the work of organizing and con-
ducting the campaign. He urged
those who would like to serve as
volunteers to call him at Michigan
Chemorical Co. 227-2441 or at
227-5441.
"It is through cooperation and
personal effort that this disease
will be conquered," he said. "All
by working together we can make
the 1964 Crusade the best year yet
in Gulf County.

Siples Charged In
Accident Last Friday
Jackson Preston Siples of Port
St. Joe was charged by local police
with following too close last Fri-
day afternoon, when his car struck
the rear of an old transport truck
on the Patton Bayou bridge.
According to police, Siples was
traveling toward Port St. Joe and
started to pass the oil transport on
top of the bridge, but could not
get around because of oncoming
traffic. Siples had to pull back in
the lane of traffic but was travel-
ing too fast to keep from ramming
into the back of the truck.
Damage estimates were $300 to
the car and $25.00 to the truck.
The accident was investigated by
Patrolman Allen Ray Watson.

Stafford Candidate
For Representative
J. B. Stafford announced this
week that he has qualified to seek
election as Representative for Gulf
County.
Stafford is the owner of the City
Restaurant in Port St. Joe.
He was born in Paxton, Florida
in 1924. During World War II he
served four years with the Mar-
ines. He moved to Port St. Joe in
1942. Stafford is married to the
former Althea Ann Breeden. They
have three children, Janet, 17 and
twins, Jennifer Lee and James, Jr.,
14 years of age.
In making his announcement
Stafford states, "I believe that I
can serve the people of Gulf Coun-
ty and will, to the best of my abili-
ty, if elected to this office."


George Tapper Picked to



Head Chamber for Year


I-
t To Promote

Membership.
The Board of Directors of the
- Chamber of Commerce held their
organizational meeting last Thurs-
. day and elected the following of-
ficers for the year 1964.
President, George G. Tapper;
vice-president, Roy Gibson, Jr.;
treasurer, Charles J. Stevens, Jr.,
t and secretary, Bob Fox.
President Tapper announces that
. in the near future, possibly around
. April 1, depending on the avail-
ability of a principal speaker, a
general membership meeting will
be held. At this meeting the new
Officers will be installed, mem-
bership of the new committees will
be announced and plans for the
Chamber's activities for the year
will be presented and discussed.
Tapper says that as President, he
will strive to see that:
An extensive m e m b ership
drive is carried on.
The Merchant's Division parti-
cipates in al activities of the
Chamber actively support the Mer-
chant's Division.
The Chamber can justify the
employment of a full time secre-
tary.
A downtown Chamber of Com-
merce office is established.
Requests are made of the City
Commission of Port St. Joe and
the County Commission of Gulf
County for their cooperation and
funds to help carry on the Cham-
ber's activities.
Tapper also announced that at
the present time the Chamber is
working on two very important pro-
jects and 'that if either of them
materlize it would cause tremen-
dous growth in Port St. Joe.
The Directors of the Chamber
for this year are-B. R. Gibson,
R. B. Fox, Dr. J. Wayne Hendrix,
Cecil Curry, J. Lamar Miller,
Harry H. Saunders, George G.
Tapper, W. E. Whaley and J. P.
Fleishel.

Sheriff B. E. Parker
To Seek Re-election
Sheriff B. E. Parker announced
this week that he will be a candi-
date for re-election as Gulf Coun-
ty's chief law enforcement officer.
Parker came to Port St. Joe in
1916 and was in business here un-
til January 1937, at which time, he
assumed the duties of Sheriff of
the county. He has served as Sher-
iff since that time.
Parker states that no major
crimes have occurred in the coun-
ty that were not solved. He states
that his staff has been trained and
is ready to aid at any time.

Service Officer Gives
Resignation To Board
At the County Commissioner's
meeting Tuesday of this week,
County Service Officer, J. J. Hill
tendered his resignation from that
position, effective March 15.
Hill and his family are moving
to Marietta, Georgia in the near
future.
Hill was appointed to the Ser-
vice Officer position in July 1959.
The County Board appointed
Albert Thames of Port St. Joe to
take over Hill's duties.

Lions Club Hears
TV Man Monday
Pearly Eppley of WJHG-TV in
Panama City spoke to the Lions
Club at their regular meeting on
Monday, telling the club of the
improvements recently made by
the station to improve their trans-
mission.
The station has currently out-
layed $200,000 in installing a new
transformer, doubling their power
and is currently rebuilding one of
their micro-wave towers to improve
network reception and reliability.
Guests of the club were B. J. Al-
len, Lions International Z one
Chairman; Bill Spikes of Apalachi-
cola and George Masak of Atlanta,
Georgia.


GEORGE G. TAPPER


PTA Will Have Joint
Meeting March 19
All members of PTA in Port St.
Joe are urged to plan to attend a
joint meeting of the PTA to be
held at the Elementary School au-
ditorium on Thursday, March 19.
Max D. Walker, Superintendent
of Education of Gadsden County
Schools will be the guest speaker.
He will talk about Gadsden Coun-
ty's program to re-organize their
schools, revaluation of property
and how the schools have bene-
fitted from this action.
Everyone is urged to attend.
The meeting will be held at
8:00 p.m.


7,457 Gulf Countians Get Initial

Sabin Oral Polio Vaccination March I
AND GOOD FOR YOU! Little Debra Burns registers a look of pleas-
ed surprise as she swallowed her pleasant tasting sugar lump coat-
ed with Sabin Oral Polio Vaccine Sunday, March 1. Debra is the
daughter of Mrs. James Burns who is immediately behind her.
Debra was one of 7,457 Gulf Countians who turned out on
the first of a series of three "Stop Polio Sundays" sponsored by
the Port St. Joe Jaycees and the Port St. Joe Medical Association.
The vaccine was given simultaneously in all Gulf County school
buildings.
According to census figures of Gulf County's population, this
means that about 80% of the county population took advantage
of the immunization program.
The next of the three immunization clinics will be held on
Sunday, April 5 with a third to be held on Sunday, May 10.


Police Car Victim
Of Accident Recently
Thursday week, Port St. Joe's
police car was involved in an acci-
dent, which was attributed to hea-
vy rain.
Mrs. Harry V. Forehand had dri-
ven to town through deep water on
Highway 98 and had stopped at the
Post Office. When she came back
onto the highway she started to
stop when she saw the police car
traveling down 98, but could not,
because her brake linings were
wet. Her car hit the side of the po-
lice car doing approximately $100
damage.
Deputy Sheriff Jim Barfield in-
vestigated the accident. No charg-
es were filed.

CRAIG NAMES CAMPAIGN
TREASURER, EARL McCORMICK
Marion Craig, candidate for the
office of Superintendent of Public
Instruction, this week named Earl
McCormick of 522 Ninth Street as
his campaign treasurer. McCor-
mick's phone number is 227-7886.


Qualifications Told
In School Race
Last week, the State Depart.
ment of Education released re-
quirements that Superintendents
of Education must meet in order
for a county school system to
remain on the accredited list.
These requirements include
the holding of a Master's degree
and 22 hours of study beyond
this in certain subjects.
A check of the Gulf county
candidates now in the race re-
vealed that one candidate, Hu-
bert Richards, already has the
required hours in the required
subjects. Marion Craig, the oth-
er candidate, has the Master's
degree and six of the other hours
of study. Craig is, currently at-
tending night school to secure
the other credits and will com-
plete his studies before the new
school superintendent assumes
his duties.














Opening Times
Sun. 2:45 p.m.
Sat. 12:45 p.m.
Mon.-Fri ....------. 4:45 p.m.

THURSDAY, FRIDAY
and SATURDAY

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1964


Birth Announcements
Mr. and Mrs. John David Rabon
of Apalachicola announce the brith
of a daughter, Renn Annette on
March 9.
Mr. and Mrs. George Willie
Dykes of Apalachicola announce
the birth of a daughter, Connie
Lenn on March 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tullis of
Port St. Joe announce birth of a
baby boy, James Elden on Febru-
ary 27.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett
Neel of this city announce the
birth of a son, Richard Kenneth
on February 28.
Mr. and Mrs. James Nelson Ya-
don, 410 Sixteenht Street, an-
nounce the birth of a baby girl,
Lelia Ann on February 26.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)


Key-ettes Learn About
Parliamentary Law
Last Tuesday, March 3 the Key-
ette meeting was enriched by a
program given on parliamentary
procedure by Sandra Baxley. At
the conclusion of the business
meeting, Sandra presented a film
which included some of the rules
of parliamentary procedure. This
was followed by a small discussion
on the subject. The program prov-
ed to be a very interesting one,
as well as a profitable one to the
members.


Hospital Auxiliary
Offers Their Thanks
The Hospital Auxiliary wishes to
thank the following Port St. Joe
merchants who contributed mer-
chandise to the Thrift Shop last
week:
Danley Furniture Company, St.
Joe Furniture and Appliance Com-
pany, St. Joe Hardware Co., and
0. M. Webb's.
Anyone having articles to do-
nate to the Thrift Shop may call
Mrs. Gannon Buzzett, Mrs. Charles
Stevens, Jr., and Mrs. J. P. Flei-
shel.


PAST PRESIDENTS-Pictured above are Gibson, Sr., Mrs. Mabel Swatts, Mrs, W.
part of the Past Presidents of the Ele- D. Jones, Mrs. W. J. Daughtry, Roy L.
mentary PTA that were honored recently Burch, Mrs. Charles Brown and J. B. Har-
by that organization. Left to right are: ris. Not pictured is Dr. Joe Hendrix.
Paul Fensom, Mrs. Ed Ramsey, Mrs. Roy


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Elementary PTA Honors Founders and

Past Presidents At Annual Affair
The Port St. Joe Elementary
School PTA members turned out Golden Agers Meet
in large numbers on Founder's GOlen A ers
Day, February 20, to honor its
Founders and Charter members in M emberS Ho0me
andto hear thought-provoking ad-
dresses by Miss Katherine Nix, The Golden Agers met March 2
Dean of Women, Gulf Coast Jun- in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth
ior College and Jack Mahon, local Montgomery. Fifteen members and
educator on the future of the PTA. two visitors were present. The visi-
The past presidents, charter tors were Mr. and Mrs. Perry El-
members and all the teachers in liott.
the Elementary School were rec- The meeting was opened with a
ognized and presented beautiful prayer by Mrs. Daughtry, second
camellia corsages and boutonnieres vice-president.
by the local PTA historian, Mrs. The hospital committee reported
Fred Sutton. I ..... ++tin+ts int +t hnosnital


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Authony L. Prid-
geon of Ogden, Kansas, announce
the birth of a son, Edward Keith
on March 5 at the Ft. Riley Post
Hospital. The proud grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Raffield and
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pridgeon, Sr.

SELL THAT 'WHITE ELEPHANT'
WITH A STAR CLASSIFIED


es verai pauents In Me AIJIAl. -
Mrs. Patti Gibson and Mrs. W. J.
Daught ware to visit the hospital
this week.
For entertainment, Mrs. Calla
Parrott had two bible quizzes. Mrs.
Patti Gibson and Mrs. Fillingim
received gifts for having the most
correct answers.
The next meeting will be at the
Stac House on March 10. Hostesses
Mrs. Ellen Kirkland and Mrs. Asa
Montgomery served divinity candy,
pound cake and coffee.


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100% Dacron Polyester Reg. $2.98 PRINTS

WHIPPED CREAM yard $2.59


100% Pima Reg. $1.98


SOLID COTTONS


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RAYON and FLAX


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yard $2.29


Reg. $1.10

STRIPPED SEERSUCKER yard 89c


Pentecostal Women
Plan Special Day
W. A. Day will be observed
Sunday, March 15 by the Pente-
costal Holiness congregation at
20th Street and Garrison Avenue.
According to the pastor, Rev. Jack
Carter, a special program is being
planned for this event.
Churches throughout the United
States and Canada will be spot-
lighting ministries of the official
women's organization, the Woman's
Auxiliary, on this day.
Since its organization on a na-
tional scale more than 18 years
ago, the Woman's Auxiliary of the
Pentecostal Holiness Church has
experienced steady growth and de-
velopment. Its program embraces
worship, study and activities
which include missionary, benevo-
lent and educational projects.
Mrs. Bernice Gosnell of Port St.
Joe is president of the local chap-
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Engagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Starling of White City an-
nounce the engagement of their daughter, Carolyn
Montez, to Donnie M. Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Young of Port St. Joe.
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NOTICE


All 1963 Real Estate and Person-

al Property Taxes are due to be

paid to the City of Port St. Joe on

or before March 31, 1964


J. B. WILLIAMS
City Treasurer and Collector







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MARCH 12, 1964


Educational Study Committee Takes

A Look At the Highland View School
The County Educational Study
Committee met at Highland View AUXD* B y
School, Thursday, February 27 at AUxIliry DUyS
8:00 p.m. with the chairman, Dr. ; osp Jt
R. E. King, presiding. The meet- nOSpital Tools
ing was opened by prayer by How-
ard Blick The Port St. Joe Hospital Aux
iliary ended up its 1963-64 year of
The minutes were approved as operations last week and voted or
presented. where to spend earned money iv
Dr. King asked Mr. Blick, prin- the Hospital.
cipal of the Highland View Ele- The sole purpose of the Auxil.
mentary School to explain the re- iary is to operate their Thrift Shop
port that he had compiled for the on Reid Avenue and use the mon-
committee. Mr. Blick gave the re- ey to purchase needed items for
quirements for a level "3" school the local institution.
that his school was lacking. The To date they have made many
school is accredited but hanging on major expenditures which added
a thread in several instances. There to the comfort and service of the
is one class meeting on the stage Hospital. They have purchased
of the cafetorium. The library is such items as lounge furniture,
a part of the fifth grade class room furniture for the hospital chapel
which has 38 pupils. There is no and many items used in surgical
storage area. He stated that they procedures.
need, immediately, one class room, This year, the Auxiliary has
a library and storage areas. This placed orders for over $1,500.00
will meet only present demands worth of equipment needed by the
with no provision made for future Hospital. They have ordered a de-
expansion. These were only the fibrillator and an oxygen tent. The
most pressing needs. The commit- Defibrillator is used for the treat-
tee also noted that there are only meant of heart ailments. The Oxy-
twod nch o emloyeesdiho gen Tent, of course, is used on pa-
feed about 140 daily. Thecondition tients who have difficulty breath-
of the roof and floors was bad and ing.
paint is needed. There are only ing.
two bathrooms-one for boys and The new items are expected to
one for girls-serving grades 2 arrive soon and will be placed in
through 6 or about 200 students. use immediately upon their arrival.
The problem of the fluctuation
of pupils because of the Tyndall
personnel was discussed and also Wives of Firemen
the number of pupils coming in F
from Bay County. The question of To Form Auxiliary
how much money is being paid for
these children and where it is go- There will be a meeting at the
ing, will be looked into by the Bud- home of Mrs. Benton Hamm tonight
get Committee. at 8:00 p.m. for the purpose of
Dr. King announced that the organizing a Ladies Auxiliary of
next school to be considered will the Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
be the Port St. Joe High School Department. All wives of firemen
and that this meeting would be interested in becoming a member
held on Thursday, March 12. are urged to attend this meeting.
Anyone interested in the fire


I wish to offer this token of
thanks to the doctors and nurses
at the Municipal Hospital for their
kind and thoughtful treatment and
attention during my recent illness.
MRS. H. E. RICH

-department auxiliary may be a
member but not eligible to hold ah
office if their husband is not a
fireman.
Those who cannot attend, but
would like to be a member of the
Auxiliary may call 227-8262 before
Thursday.
At tonight's meeting officers
will be elected for the year 1963-64
and various committees selected.


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Gulf Life Salesmen
In President's Club
*-C. B. Mann, manager of Gulf
Life Insurance Company's Panama
City office announces that Supt.
D. R. Freeman and Agents B. L.
Huckeba, Willis Huckeba, who re-
present the company here have
qualified for the 1963 Gulf Life
President's Club.
These representatives and their
wives will be honored at the Pre-
sident's Club Conferance to be held
in Gulf Life's home office city,
Jacksonville, Florida on May 21-24.
Invited to attend this event will be
359 of the company's leading sales
and service representatives.

Golden Agers Will
Observe Birthday
The Golden Agers are cele-
brating their second "birthday"
with a dinner at the Stac House
Monday, March 16 at 8:00 p.m.
All local candidates are invited
to attend if they so desire.


Ft


You'll Find Red Tags Galore


Thur., Fri.,


Sat., Mon.


March 12, 13, 14 and 16

... All Over The Store


-- SAVE $8.73 --
Beautiful Large Mahogany Frame
PICTURES
Reg. Price $16.95
RED TAG $822
SALE PRICE =-ric
Only 7 at this price!

--- SAVE $45.73 ---
Victorian
LOVE SEAT
Red Velvet, Rose Carving
Reg. Price, $189.95
RED TAG $14422
SALE PRICE .-...M

--- SAVE $50.73 --
Sanford 7-Drawer
CHEST-ON-CHEST
Large Mahogany
Reg. Price, $149.95
RED TAG 9
SALE PRICE ..-- -- 9


Good

FEATHER PILLOWS

$5.00 pair


--- SAVE $43.78 -
Drexel
GATE LEG TABLE
Beautiful Travis Court


Reg. Price
RED TAG
SALE PRICE ----


$143.00

S99.22


--- SAVE $15.73 --
60 inch
DEACON BENCH
Finished, Rush Seat
Reg. Price, $59.95
RED TAG $44 22
SALE PRICE .. WV..

--- SAVE $41.45 --
Maple
BUFFET HUTCH
Reg. Price, $139.95
RED TAG $98 50
SALE PRICE -... .. O.U
"A Good Buy"

-- SAVE $7.78 --

Victorian Fern Stand
Reg. Price, $30.00
REG TAG $22 22
SALE PRICE -... ---S


--- SAVE $20.00 -

Barrel Back Chair
Rose Fabric
Fruitwood Trim
Reg. Price, $69.95
RED TAG
E$49.95
SALE PRICE .... S49A

--- SAVE $40.00
Beige

SLEEPER SOFA
Reg. Price, $249.95
RED TAG C 209.95
SALE PRICE ... 0

--- SAVE $10.78
Large
WALL CLOCK
Modern
Reg. Price, $48.00
RED TAG
SALE PRICE 7 2

MANY MORE


Red Tags


--- SAVE $38.55 --
6-Piece
Sectional Sofa
Black freize
Reg. Price $198.50


RED TAG
SALE PRICE


$159.95


--- SAVE $10.00 --

High Back Rocker
Tell City
Red print
Reg. Price, $69.95
RED TAG
E$59.95
SALE PRICE HIM..

NEW SELECTION

Lane
CEDAR CHESTS

20% OFF


20% OFF

On Our Entire Stock of
TRUNKS


--- SAVE $41.45 -
3 Piece
BEDROOM SUITE
Bookcase bed, blonde, walnut or
mahogany
Reg. Price $139.95
RED TAG Q4`98
EE $9850
SALE PRICE ..... 01

--- SAVE $40.73 -
Kelvinator
Electric Range
"Top of the Lilne"
Reg. Price, $319.95
RED TAG $279.22
SALE PRICE 0


20% OFF

ALL HASSOCKS

Large Selection


20% OFF

On Our Entire Stock of

LUGGAGE


St. Joe Furniture and Appliance Cony


"Home Owned


-- Home Operated"


EASY CREDIT LOW PRICE


4 DAYS


ONLY


CARD OF THANKS


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DA'R: MAN-AT WORK
Business hours extend well into the evening for many
a man who has to bring home a briefcase filled with paper work.
Today's breadwinner often has records and reports to
write, which require time and concentration. A desk at home
provides a quiet spot where he can work without interruption
of telepl)hones and appointments.
Much of a man's work at the office is done under artifi-
cial light. At home he again is using a desk lamp. The com-
bination of extended visual concentration plus artificial light
can cause eye strain, say researchers for the Murine Company.
Proper desk light is important to prevent extra tension
on the eyes. Lighting should be over the shoulder and high
enough to prevent glare on the page-at least fifteen inches
above the desk counter and the same distance away from
books and papers.
A 75-watt bulb is the minimum recommended for adequate
lighting. Even better is a 100, or 150-watt frosted bulb with
a drum-type shade which furnishes direct light downward on
thie page and diffused lighting upward.
A brief coffee "break" or a few minutes recess to chat
with members of the family will help relieve eye fatigue and
tension. Focusing the eyes on distant objects for a few seconds
also helps ease strain. And a few drops of eye lotion from
a handy plastic squeeze bottle kept on the desk will soothe
and relieve eyes irritated by over exposure to fine print and
close detail.
A comni' iion of good lighting and reasonable yev care will
help ease the burden of work at home for the busy executive.










Jaycees Making Plans To Sponsor

Election Tally Board On May 5th


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* Your piiysician prescribes ex-
actly what you need to improve
your health... and then your
pharmacist compounds the pre-
scription with absolute accuracy.
In addition to this precision
in carrying out the doctor's
orders, your Rexall pharmacist
offers you prompt, friendly, per-
sonalized service every time.
Bring the next prescription
your doctor gives you to

YOUR


WEEK END SPECIALS
Reg. -$2.00
Fast Permanent .-- $1.00
Reg. $5.95
Heating Pads --- $2.98
Reg. $2.50 Helena Rubenstein
Color Shampoo $1.50
Reg. $1.39 Squibb
Tooth Paste ------ 98c
Reg. $9.60 Bexell
Special Vitamins --. $4.80
Reg. $1.98 Brite Set
Hair Spray 98c
Reg. $1.50
Softskin Lotion --------75c
Sizes 127, 620, and 120
FILM 3 rolls 79c

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



J... Manager

Speaks to Kiwanis

WJHG-TV manager Jim Tighe
spoke to the Port St. Joe Kiwanis
Club Tuesday noon, telling them
of some of the history of the Pan-
ama City television station.
WJHG went on the air ten years
ago, and operated strictly from
films until three years ago. At this
time, the station, having been pur-
chased by Gray Television of Al-
bany, Georgia, went to live net-
work shows over a microwave sys-
tem constructed between Panama
City and Albany, Ga.
Currently the station has doubl-
ed its power rating to 316,000
watts. This change took place three
weeks ago and the station is cur-
rently working the "bugs" out of
the new transmitter installed for
the power increase.
Tighe said the station is steadily
improving its transmission and re-
liability and plans to have good,
steady television transmission in a
very short time.
Guests of the club at the meet-
ing were Key-ettes Barbara Martin
and Carol Alligood; Key Clubbers
Rodney Herrilng and Maurice Ful-
ler, all of Port St. Joe High School
and K. W. Baumgart of Panama
City.


Two Fires Damage

'Homes This Week
Port St. Joe Volunteer Firemen
were alerted yesterday afternoon
at 2:15 by a house fire at 313 Ave-
nue C, the home of Mary Jane
Piggs.
The fire caused extensive dam-
age to the home and furnishings,
seriously burning most of the
house. The cause of the fire was
children playing with matches in
a bedroom of the home.
Sunday night at 11:00 p.m. an-
other house fire on Maddox Street
in Oak Grove alerted the Depart-
ment. The fire was in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sherrum. Ap-
parent cause of the fire was a
short in electrical wiring in the at-
tic.
Fire damage was confined to the
attic of the home, but water dam-
age was suffered in the rooms.


The Port St. Joe Jaycees held
their regular meeting Tuesday
night at 8:00 p.m., at the City Hall
with approximately 25 members
present.
President Robert Nedley report-
ed that final figures for the first
Sunday of the Stop Polio program
were not ready yet. It does appear
that the final figure will reach 80
percent of the county population.
Committee work will begin next
week on the election tally board
that will be set up again this year.
Also the Jaycees and Jaycettes
will sponsor a fish fry when the
political speaking is held in -Port
St. Joe.
Jake Koller, committee chairman
for location of an artificial fish-
ing reef, reported that state offi-
cials had been invited to attend
one of our meetings and explain
the necessary procedure to follow
in obtaining a reef. Koller said
that he took this action after re-
ceiving much local support on this
program. The date will be announ.
ced when the state official will be
here and the public will be invit-
ed.
A number of members requested
that the Jaycees look into the pos-
sibility of an air-strip for Port St.
Joe. Appointed to the committee
to study this request were Joe Par-
rott, Harry Tison, Wayne Gay and
Jake Koller. Anyone interested in


Emergency Meet

Of Band Parents
There will be a special emergen-
cy meeting of the Band Parents As-
sociation tonight at 8:00 p.m. in
the High School Band Room.
The meeting is being held for a
four-fold purpose.
To reactivate, or discontinue the
organization known as the Band
Parents Association.
Presentation of Band financial
problems and to try and seek a
solution.
To discuss the Band Birthday
Calendar project for 1964.
Appoint, or elect a new presi-
dent of the Band Parents Associa-
tion.
Every parent interested in the
future and present of the high
school band is urged to attend.


Harden Charges Health

Doctor In Milk Case
E. C. Harden, Jr., operator of
Harden's Dairy, filed a complaint
to the County Commission Tuesday
against the County Health Doc-
tor, Dr. Willa Dean Lowery.
Harden's complaint, s e v e ral
pages long, included a bill to the
County for $801.55 for milk he


this project should contact one of said was lost as a result of actions


the committee members.
New members in the Jaycees are
Waylon Burks, James Godwin, Earl
McCormick and Rudy Pippin, Jr.
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Minor Damage In

Wreck Monday P.M.
Minor damage was inflicted on
the auto of Mrs. Pebble Catherine
Chope Monday afternoon at 4:30
p.m., as the result of an accident
on Reid Avenue.
According to the local police re-
port, Mrs. Chope was traveling
North on,Reid Avenue and came
to a stop at the First Street inter-
section. As she preceded into' the
int+rcQtin h0,v erIut at C was hit nn


listed in the complaint.
The' actions were not gone into
by the Board but were forwarded
to the State Board of Health for
their examination and action.


Babe Ruth Officers

Will Meet Monday
All interested in Babe Ruth
Baseball in Port St. Joe should at-
tend an organizational meeting
Monday night.
A meeting to elect new officers
for the coming season will be held
at 7:30 p.m. at the City Restaurant.


Lunch Room Menu


the left front fender by a truck Port St. Joe High School
driven by William W. Garrett. Monday, March 16
v, by a e Spaghetti and meat sauce,
The accident was investigated by paghetti and meba sauce,
Chief of Police H. W. Griffin, Pa- cheese wedge, cabbage slaw,
trolman Allen Ray Watson, assist- g r e e n beans, chocolate cake
ed by Highway Patrol Trooper K. squares, milk, bread and butter.
d by HighwayTuesday, March 17
W. Murphy. Roast pork, stewed potatoes,
No charges were filed in the ac- buttered corn, sliced tomato, cher-
cident. ry cobbler, milk, bread and butter.
..'- Wednesday, March 18
Oven fried chicken, rice, gravy,
0. P. Holt Address English peas, tossed green salad,

Rotary ClubThursda peanut butter delight, milk, bread
Rotary Club Thursday and butter.
0. P. Holt, social studies teacher S Thursday, Marchl9
at the Port St. Joe-High School and Shepherd pie, whipped potatoes,
a retired Army officer, told the turnip greens, corn bread, sliced
Rotary Club of the methods Com- peaches, cake squares, milk, bread
muniism is using to spread its ideo- and butter.
logy over the world, at their reg- Friday, March 20


ular meeting last Thursday.
Holt used a map of the world to
illustrate Communism's influx in
various parts of the world, espec-
ially where members of NATO
have foreign interests.
Holt, who has visited most of
the countries he discussed at one
time or another in his former Ar-
my capacity stated that in his ex-
perience among the people, a
change is demanded.
Guests of the club were Tom
Hunt of Tallahassee and Dick Mc-
Intosh of Port St. Joe.
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American Legion To

Observe Anniversary
The American Legion Auxiliary
has requested all Legion members
and Auxiliary members to be pres-
ent on Tuesday night, March 17 at
7:30 for a covered dish supper at
the Legion Home.
The dinner will be held in obser-
vance of the Legion's 45th anniver-
sary.
All Auxiliary members are ask-
ed to bring a covered dish to the
affair.

CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the many
people of Port St. Joe who were so,
kind and thoughtful to us during
the tragic death of our loved one,
Mrs. Annette Leece, recently.
Your kindnesses and acts of
mercy were thoroughly appreciat-
ed and helped us in this time of
sorrow.
May God bless each of you for
your neighborliness.
The H. G. Parker family
The J. D. Davis Family

Saen Tk taB tu trarl.o


Sea burger, Navy beans, green
salad, fruit jello, white cake, milk,
bread and butter.

Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, March 16
Brunswick stew, cheese wedges,
pick-up salad (cherry, olives, pick-


Proclamation
(Continued From Page 1)
full cooperation of the City of-
ficials in setting aside a date
for student participation in city
functions, and
WHEREAS, it is the desire of
the City Commission to assist
the Rotary Club and the youth
of the City by promoting stu-
dent participation in City govern-
ment;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Frank
Hannon, by virture of the au- i
thority vested in me as Mayor
of the City of Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, do hereby proclaim March
17, 1964, as YOUTH DAY in
Port St. Joe, Florida, and wel-
come the duly elected Student
Officials and urge that on
Youth Day, they take the seats
of their counter-part officials
and fully participate in the func-
tions and operations of the City
government.
FRANK HANNON,
Mayor
ATTEST:
J. B. WILLIAMS,
Ciyt Auditor and Clerk
(CITY SEAL)


Highland View

Ladies Auxiliary

Met Monday
The Highland View Volunteer
Fire Department Ladies' Auxiliary
met Tuesday, March 10 at the High-
land View School.
The president, Mrs. Earl Peak,
called the meeting to order by
leading' the group in "The Lord's
Prayer".
The secretary, Mrs. George Hun-
ter, called the roll and took the
names of some new members. The
treasurer, Miss Margaret Player, ac-
cepted dues.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved.
The bake sale has been postpon-
ed a week and the Marion Kay pro-
ducts, to be sold by the Auxiliary,
will be ordered this week.
A rummage sale is being planned
by the group. Mrs. Warren Whit-
field is chairman of this commit-
tee. Lois Miller and Midge Wood
volunteered to be on this commit-
tee, also. Any donations will be ac-
cepted by Mrs. George Hunter at
Bennie's Tackle Box on Highway
98 in Highland View.
The Auxiliary encourages all la-
dies in Highland View to attend
its meetings. The meetings will be
held on the second and fourth
Tuesday of each month at the High-
land View School at 7:30 p.m.
The meeting was adjourned at
8:30 p.m. Miss Dorothy Dorman
and Mrs. Grover Clarke were the
hostesses for the evening.


Elect -
JESSE ANDERSON
County Commissioner
District No. 5
Friends and fellow citizens, I
Jesse Anderson would like once
again to thank each one of you
who supported me in my Campaign
in 1960 for County Commissioner
District No. Five. Although I did
not win, I feel that I went a long
w7av with vour su onrt- Bi t lot


les and beets), peach cobbler, white w'" .. u t i. .
bread and milk. me say that my desire is stronger
Tuesday, March 17 than ever to serve the people of
Spaghetti and meat sauce, snap Gulf County. To help make our
beans, carrot and raisin salad, hot county one of the best in all the
biscuit and butter, syrup and milk. state.
IWednesday, March 18 humbely urge all of you who
Hamburgers, potato sticks, slic-supported me then to do so again.
Hamburgers, potato sticks, sle- To help me get the support of
ed tomatoes, onions and dills, pear others, so that we can all com-
salad and milk. others, so that we can all com-
s Thursday, March 19 bine our efforts in one strong un-
Fresh stew beef and brown gra-relenting, unpretentious group. For
Fresh stew beef and brown gra- the purpose to which we must de-
vy, rice, buttered corn, cole slaw, the purse to whch we must de-
orange and grapefruit sections, dicountycate tter Cour selves to make Gulf
white bread and milk. county a better c county, and a more
Friday, March 20 prosperous county for every one
Navy beans, pimento cheese concerned.
sandwiches, celery sticks, orange If you elect me ur ty
juice, ginger bread and milk. Commisisoner I do hereby pledge
my self to this purpose and with
A n te your help and support we can do
Attend the Church it. When I say your County Com-
missioner, that is exactly what I
nf Your Choice each mean. For I sincerely feel that if
0of YoUr ChI Ce Ceacl you the people elect me. It is my
obligation to be the peoples Com-
un ay. missioner. By that, I mean that
I will at all times have the peoples'
interest in mind. I will at all times
Yd -eD hDt be concentrating my efforts to full-
fill my obligations, and my desires
SBto see Gulf County grow improve
and prosper. For the benefit of
all its citizens. There is much
room in our fine county for growth,
improvement and increased pros-
perity. I feel that with your help
and support I can go a long way
4 toward accomplishing these aims.
Don't guess vote for Jess and
he'll do the Rest.
S(Paid Pol. Adv.)
006wsso >


NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME rHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
We the undersigned, being duly
sworn, do hereby declare under
oath that the names of all persons LASSFIED I
interested in the business or pro- C A S E
fession carried on under the name
of Johnnie L. Mims Moulding Sup- FOR SALE: 4-burner apartment
ply Company atPort St. Joe Beach, size gas range, GE refrigerator,
Florida and the extent of the in- size gas range, GE refrigerator,
terest of each is as follows: double bed complete, single bed
Johnnie L. Mims, 2 undivided maple frame, dinette set, kitchen
Lucy V. Mims, undivided table, sofa and chair, Bendix elec-
-_ tric dryer, electric train. Call 648-
4825 after 4:00 p.m. 2tp
I am a candidate for the office of FOR SALE: 5 room house in Oak
I am a candidateGrove. 107 Jackson St. $1500.

County Commissioner Phone 229-3741 after 5:00 p.m. 4p
DISTRICT 5 FOR SALE: Grassed lots, well
uDISTRICT 5 drained, with pines. Ready for
I piomise, if I building. 100'x175'. Back of lots
close to canal property in White
anm electedd to City. Phone 229-2428. tfc-2-27
.. ,k for the FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
:'.oAd and pro- ment. 1506 Long Ave. Phone
.re of Gulf 227-5426. tfc-2-13
County and al- FOR SALE or RENT: 2 bedroom
keeping in ofblock house, deep well. 3 acres
%% a as keeping in of land. Contact Jim Roberts at
Rmind that I am White City. Phone 229-1140. 4t-3-5
a servant of all FOR SALE: at White City. 2 bed-
room block house. Excellent con-
the people. edition. 2 new utility houses, dou-
ble steel carport on big lots. Priced
B.rn McCroan to sell at $8,500. Contact Henry L.
Barney Ccroan smith, 229-2428.
Your Vote and Support will be FOR SALE: 5-room house in Oak
appreciated. Grove. In front of Assembly of
(Paid Political Adv.) God Church. Will finance. Call at
615 Garrison Ave., Port St. Joe,
Woodrow Shoots. 2tp
E L E C T FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room apart. Phone 227-7761. tfc


4

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Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
SENATOR
LET'S GET THE FACTS
CORRECT ON THE
HIGHLAND VIEW
WATER SYSTEM
In the 1961 Session of the Leg-
islature, which was the last ses-
sion I served, I introduced
House Bill No. 3139 to create a
special water and sewer district
for Highland View, and named
the five commissioners of the
district in the bill. THIS BILL_
BECAME A LAW AND PROVID-
ED, AMONG OTHER THINGS,
THAT THE DISTRICT WAS AU-
THORIZED TO RECEIVE LOANS
OR GRANTS FROM THE FED-
ERAL GOVERNMENT FOR THE
CONSTRUCTION OF A WATER
AND SEWER SYSTEM. Florida
Engineering Associates was en-
gaged by the district to prepare
an engineering report on the
feasibility which would include
rates to be charged the public
in order to repay a loan on the
system. An application for loan
was made to the Federal Home
and Housing Agency to construct
a water and sewer system. This
agency considered that a sewer
system was not feasible since it
would require a very high sewer
charge for the citizens of High-
land View to repay the loan.
This application for loan was in
process when Gulf County, along
with many other counties in the
state, became entitled to a grant
of money from the federal gov-
ernment under the Accelerated
Public Works Program solely be-
cause of the unemployment ra-
tio in Gulf County as compared
with other counties in the coun-
try.
Many cities and districts re-
ceived grants under the Acceler-
ated Public Works Program in-
cluding Blountstown, Apalachi-
cola, and Bonifay. The Highland
View Water and Sewer District
was entitled to this grant for a
part of the construction costs
for its water system; and it cer-
tainly should not have required
and would not have required a
cocktail party for a Congressman
or a telephone call to get this
grant through.
I have handled all legal work
and made a trip to Atlanta to
assist in this program without
expense to the Highland View
Water District.
In addition, I introduced House
Bill No. 1597 which appropriated
money for the purchase of fire
truck and other fire equipment
in Highland View, which became
a law. A provision has been
made for a fire department near
the proposed water treatment
plant in Highland View.
(Paid Pol. Adv.)


FOR RENT: Two bedroom house.
Palm Blvd. Call Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., 227-4311 tfc-11-21

FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house. 205
12th Street. Phone 227-5151. tfc
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. tfc
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
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 1-
Registered-Real Estate Broker
221 Reid Ave. Phone 2274491
FOR SALE: One Allstate motor
scooter in excellent condition.
Call 227-3751, Pete Fox, for de-
tails. tfc-1-9
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.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom nice mod-
ern home with 2 porches, nice
carport, 200 foot front on Highway
71, White City. Call 229-1134. tfc


LEROY STOKES

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


WITH A STAR CLASSIFIED
SELL THAT 'WHITE ELEPHANT"


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SIX SENSATIONAL
MODELS FOR ---
YOUR RIDING !
PLEASURE
See us for new and
used motorcycles or motor scooters.
We offer low down payments and
easy terms to fit your pocketbook.
"FOR INFORMATION CALL"
GULF COAST Harley-Davidson
1418 Harrison Ave. SU 5-6363


RUG CLEANING
9 by 12 Rugs, $5.00
CASH AND CARRY
Dyeing Spot Removal
FLOORMASTER RUGATERIA
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THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1964


ADVERTISING *

INCOME TAX SERVICE on a full
time basis, your office or mine,,*
business or personal, 20 years ex-
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on highway S-381, next to "Infin-
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Swamp Road). Rates reasonable.
Telephone Wewa 639-2415. R. L.
CAPPS. 12tp-1-23
WOOD WORKS Screen doors,
picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
SALESMAN WANTED: Man want-
ed to supply Rawleigh Products
to consumers in Gulf County or
Port St. Joe. Good time to start.
No capital required. Write Raw-
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WANTED: Waitress, over 21. Full
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.
FOR KNAPP SHOES call Marvin
C. Lemieux, 1012 McClellan Ave.
Phone 227-8011. 2tp-3-12
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
Please note that I am now asso-
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ency, 201 Monument Ave., Port St.
Joe, Florida, directly across the
street from the Post Office.
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SERVICES OFFERED: Fast, accur-
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tax forms, reports, ditto and mim-
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Specializing in kitchen cabinets.
Phone 648-4367, St. Joe Beach. 4tp
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
it Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
Si Joe, Fla. Phone 229-336d for-
iu iher information or write P. 0.
Lu, 535.
THERE WILL BE a regular .cm-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No .111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thuisday at 8:00 p.m.

A
N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
WILLIS V.- ROWAN, POST 114,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.

R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 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 229-3097
for quick expert service.


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SALES and SERVICE
704 West 15th Street-
Phone 763-5495


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Rambler Renault M.G.
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Repairs on all imports
1026 Harrison Ave. Ph. 763-4678


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Complete furniture upholstery
Truck, Tractor Seats Repaired
2135 Hwy. 98 East PO 3-1663


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Thursday morning's bowling saw
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ies. Ruby Lucas had a 365 series
Eula Dickey and Norma Zeigle
had 359 series.
Jitney Jungle won all four point
from Rich's Super Market. Evelyi
Smith had a 482 series. She had
games of 145, 156 and 181. (Gooc
bowling Evelyn). Jessie Ruth Ram
sey had 160, 141 and 139 games
Jean Stebel had a 430 series. She
had games of 179, 124 and 127
Sally Malone was high for Rich's
with a 383 series. She had one good
game at 153.
Faye's Seafood Grill and West
Florida Gas split their games two


aries can cause considerable delay
in receipt of monthly checks, ac-
cording to John V. Carey, District
Manager of the Panama City Soc-
ial Serurity Office,
The Social Security Administra-
tion pays over 19 million benefici-
aries each month, he pointed out.
While not all these move, a sizable
portion do. Improper or non-report-
ing the change of address will
cause delay in their receipt of the
checks.
The change of address process
is quite simple if the person get-
ting Social Security benefits will
use the cards given him when an
initial claim is filed. These can be
obtained from any of the more
than (00 Social Security district
offices in the country.
"The person wishing to change
his address should give his or her
name, the new 4#tess gnd the
claipi number," Carey said. The
latter is always found on the award
letter which is fqrnished every
person when his claim for Social
Security benefits is approved.
"In each case the post office
should also be notified," Carey
said.
The Soci, Sep.rity office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son Avenue, Panama City, Florida
(telephone 763-5331).
MAKES DEAN'S LIST
AT U. QF ALABAMA
Robert V. Chandler, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Franklin W. Chandler of
Linden, Alabama and formerly of
Port St. Joe, was unmed to the
Dean's 14, t th1ee VAiverslty of
Alabama during the last semester.


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s. and two. Sue Moore was high for THE STAR, Port St. J, Floride THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1964
r Faye's with a 413 series. Lucille
Pierce had a 400 series for Faye's. Vote For and Elect
Wynell Burke bowled a 420 series Vote For and Elect
s for West Florida Gas. Dora Langley T. D. (Doc CECIL G. COSTIN, Jr.
n had a 367 series. for
d St. Joe Natural Gas and Beaman WHITFIELD r
d bowled on lanes one and two with County Commissioner State Senator
- Beaman winning three and Natur- Diommissioner 5th District
- al Gas one. Donna Ward hda a District 1
e 409 series. She also bowled high "A Candidate for the PEOPLE 10 Years Continuous Service
* game for the lanes Thursday morn- of Gulf County" in Florida Legislature. Did
not seek re-election in 1962.
s ing at 186. (Godo bowlign, Don- Your Vote and Support will 15 Years as Practicing At-
na). Mary Harrison was high for be Appreciated torney.
Beaman with a 343 series. A Provcn Record of Public
Service.
STeam Standings W L I am a candidate for re-election Should you elect me as your
Amison Seafood ------ 62 26 to the office of Clerk of Circuit Senator, I will be firmly dedi-
Jitney Jungle -------- 55 33 Court of Gulf County. I am for- cated to serve the people of
Whitfield Strikers .... 52 36 ever mindful of the trust placed the 5th District honestly and
in me by the people of our Coun- impartially. It is my feeling
West Fla. Gas CoS- M 39% 48% ty and I pledge to never act in that this office is a public
Rich's Super Mkt. --- 38 50 a way that would be displeasing, trust and not for private gain
Beaman Plumbing ---- 38 50 I will continue my every effort and I will maintain close con-
St. Joe Nat. Gas Co. 34% 53% to give Gulf County "he out- tact with the people of our
Faye's Seafood Grill 33 55 standing and courteous service District so that I will be in-
Faye's Seafood Grill 33 enjoyed since its creation, formed of their views on leg-
Thank you for your continued islative matters.
Wrong Address Can support. Sincerely I respectfully solicit your
Delays. S. Checks GEORGE Y. CORE vote and support
for CECIL G. COSTIN, Jr.
Faulty notification of change of Clerk of Circuit Court (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
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1THE ~STAR

S Published Every ThursdayAtl 30 Williaml AveuePt St. JS Je %
By Th. Star Publishing Cempem
WESLEY B. RAMSEY. Editor and PaUblher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photograeher, Columnist, Reperter "0
Redst Bookper anm Complaint Department
SDIAL 227-8161 PosTomcZ Box S0O

Entered as second-clam matter, December 19, ,1987, at the Postofflet, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3. 187.

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do Dot hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for emab
advertisement.


City Conducting Beautifying Prograin

We think it should be brought to the attention of the
citizens of Port St. Joe that the City is currently working
diligently to beautify our city.
.Last week The Star ran a picture on the front page of
work underway in Forrest Park to make it beauty spot in
the center of our city. But, the work is progressing so that
the picture was obsolete before we could get it developed,
an engraving made, and the picture printed. We made the
picture on a Monday morning, printed it on Wednesday,
and already you could hardly recognize the same spot. The
fountain had been virtually finished, paths laid out, a bridge
.built across the proposed "rill" and flowers and shrubs
planted in the vicinity.
The park is also being beautified in other sections, and
eventually will be one strip of beauty all the way from Fifth
to Sixteenth Streets.
In addition to work on the park, the City this week is
inaugurating a clean-up program throughout the City.
Work will begin this week end in North Port St. Joe
Surging all residents to clean up around their homes, haul the
refuse to the side of the street, and the City will haul off the
- debris, free of charge. The City will cover the entire com-
i.munity in this program, taking one area at a time and in
.the end will give the entire City a general "scrubbing" up
operation that will make our City more pleasing to the eye
both to residents and visitors.


"Civil Rights" Bill Needs Your Attention
The Senate is now the recipient of the so-called "Civil
'Rights" Bill. But on second thought, you might rightfully
label the bill "Civil Rights" because it removes so many of
.them from all races.
It seems hard to conceive that right thinking people
would support a bill that would create a virtual "police state"
on sociability. And on the right of business owners to sell
to whom they please. Should this bill pass, another point of
what Americans have fought for will fade in the sunset.
We are not alarmed over the thought of Negroes getting
jobs, staying in hotels, eating in restaurants or even going to
schools. We are alarmed at the thought of being forced to,
do that which we think should be by choice.
But in the past we have seen many points of our strength
that has attracted many good citizens to our shores-includ-
ing Negroes, Jews, Irishmen, Latin Americans and many
others. They have, by and large, picked themselves up the
bootstraps as have generations of native Americans, to make
their place in the sun by their own initiative.
This is as it should be.
If you, as a citizen of this Nation, white or colored, think
that the system of free enterprise and freedom of choice
should be continued, we urge you to let your wishes be
known to your delegation in Washington. Your voice will
be heeded if you make it heard.


in line witn repeatect requests
by the nation's independent
businessmen, Congress did re-
duce foreign aid, although there
is still a long way to go to whit-
tle down the $3 billion voted.
But perhaps there is too
much has .-.- -
in this mal. ^
ter. Perhaps .I
there are -
some lessons .
that can be
learned rom +i
foreign aid f
for the good ,^ ,.
of the nation. *.,
Con r,:. : -
man H. R. C.W. Harder
Gross, Iowa, reveals that for-
eign aid funds have been used
to help African Kenya officials
to buy extra wives. A man
there can have as many wives
as he can pay for, on a cash
in advance basis. Of course, in
America, a man taking a wife
to himself often gets by with a
small d6wn payment, but then
he keeps paying on the install-
ment plan. So there is this
difference in the two systems.
This is not to suggest that
polygamy should be legalized
in America. It is not only
against public morals, but also
must be considered havoc that
would be wreaked with the in-
come taxation if men could
take deductions for ten wives
or so, plus resulting progeny.
Yet, there seems to be a les-
son to be learned here, and
maybe certain aspects of for-
eign aid could be applied to
American life. It is significant
,that although the long range
benefits of the foreign Peace
Corps have still to be assayed,
there is consideration being
given to setting up a domestic
Peace Corps.
(c. National Federatll, oif Independent Businoess


'fus, it this premise is sound,
what is wrong with a plan for
a domestic foreign aid pro-
gram. In pointing out that for-
eign aid funds are used to buy
extra wives for Kenya men, a
challenging new vista opens for
a domestic foreign aid program.

There are many men in
America who practice polyg-
amy, but on the installment
plan, via the divorce courts.
This is one of the basic differ-
ences between the American
system and the Kenya system
where a man pays cash for a
wife and is through with pay-
ments. In America, those who
practice polygamy on the in-
stallment plan pay alimony.
Thus, the proposed domestic
foreign aid program could pick
up all alimony payments.
This does not seem to be at
all far-fetched. If the taxpay-
er's money can be used for
wife purchase, so that African
bucks can ease their way
through this vale of tears sur-
rounded by a galaxy of women
paid for in advance, why can-
not the same benefits be ex-
tended to the American male
who goes through life with a
succession of wives on the in-
stallment plan.
*
While it may be quite all right
to tax people out of the neces-
sities and also through taxes
soak up profits needed by small
business to expand to support
foreign aid, this discrimination
against American manhood is
all wrong. If ta.x money can be
used for the cash marital proj-
ects of African manhood, it can
surely be used for installment
plan marital projects by Amer-
ican manhood. Thus, a domes-
tic foreign aid program should
be strongly considered. *


.THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Florldt THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1964


Proof Offered That Adequate Court House



Can Be Built In Gulf for Less Than $400,000


Holmes Court

House Appears

Adequate for Gulf
Last week the editor of the Gulf
County Breeze took issue with our
editorial of three weeks ago con-
cerning the feasibility of moving
the Court House to Port St. Joe.
We respect the editor's wishes
that the Court House remain in
Wewahitchka.
But, we feel even more strongly
that the Court House should be
moved to Port St. Joe where it
will better serve the majority of
the people of Gulf County.
We don't deny that the County
officers have furnishe dsome of the
Court House facilities in Port St.
Joe during the past years, but we
also recognize that the tax payers
have paid for this "service" which
could be placed here in body and
do away with this extra charge.
The editor of The Breeze attack-
ed many portions of our editorial,
and normally we wouldn't bother
to answer the charges. But the
issues in this Court House moving
project are too important to be
cast about in untruths and half
truths. We have to stand up and
defend our statements as truth.
In this important issue, in which
we are attempting to persuade you
to vote to move the Court House on
May 5, we cannot afford to feed
you false impressions and thereby
be the greatest help in defeating
our own purpose.
In first .defending our state-
ments concerning Holmes and
Jackson County Courthouses, let
us say that these figures came
from newspapers published in
the counties where the new struc-
tures are located, and if the fig-
ures were too low, we are sure
the contractors would like to
know about it, and collect their
extra money. The figures quoted
were contract prices, advertised
and published publicly.
To defend our statements that
the Holmes County courthouse


FLORIDA GARDEN

NOTES

By HERVEY SHARPE
University of Florida
Home grounds are like some
folks both can often be made
more attractive by face lifting.
Smoothing out facial features
knows no season. But, spring is a
good time to check lawns for wrin-
kle-like erosions caused by winter's
heavy rains.


When checking don't forget the
deep ruts made by unwanted tra-
vel trailer visitors, or, the wheel
marks made by the truck that re-
possessed the piano.
Top soil will go a long way in
covering up these and other night-
marish experiences and will pre-
vent you from developing old-age
wrinkles before your time. Be sure
to buy top soil that is free of roots
and other debris. Also, don't add
soil that is full of nutgrass seeds
or other trouble-makers.
Will it hurt to use soil to cover
the lawn grass in the truck margs?
The answer is: No.
Usually, lawn grass will push up
through an inch or so of top soil.
But in the more damaged areas,
you may need to add sod or sprig
in grass runners to cover up un-
sightly bald spots.
If uninvited travel trailers con-
tinue to be a menace to your lawn,
now is a good time to block off the
handy parking place with shrubs.
Usually there is a large-size shrub
or two in the back yard that can
be moved to discourage on-grass
parking. Azaleas are good exam-
ples. You can move tham as soon
as they shed their blooms.
First, dig large size transplant-
ing holes at the proper spot where
the trailers may trespass. Then,
scatter well rotted organic mater-
ial in the bottom of the holes.
In transplanting, be sure to move
as many roots as possible along with
a generous ball of earth. In fach,
try to make the ball of earth and
roots match the hole at the new
site.
The secret of moving large
shrubs is water-plenty of it. Fol-
lowing transplanting, allow water
from a hose to ooze on the plant
plant roots for a week or so. Then
for the next month or so be sure
that the shrubs get special water-


New Holmes County Court House


would be entirely adequate for
Gulf County, now and in the fore-
seeable future, we offer here
again, evidence that our state-
ment was not made on supposi-
tions drawn out of the thin air.
Pictured above is the archi-
tect's drawing of the Holmes
Court House, made by the archi-
tect who designed the building.
The building contains 24,000
square feet. Gul f County's
Court House, including the jail
has 13,616 square feet measuring
from outside dimensions. Again
these figures were taken from
architect's files, not our own
measurements, which would be,
admittedly amateur.
Mr. Bandjough went to great
pains to point out that the Holmes
County Court House did not in-
clude a jail. But, the Holmes build-


Planting Vines
The planting season is about any
time the notion strikes you-pro-
vided the vines are small, thrifty,
container-grown plants. Now is a
good time to try your luck. Decid-
uous vines-wisteria, trumpet-vine
and others-do best when planted
in the cooler season.
In planting either container
grown or "dalled and burlapped"
plants, dig a hole which is slightly
larger than the ball of earth about
the roots. If the plant is in a con-
tainer, carefully remove the plant
withont distrubing the ball of earth
about the roots and settle it in the
hole at the same depth it was in


ing is nearly (note, we say nearly,
so there will be no misunderstand-
ing) twice as large as the Gulf
County Court House.
It cost less than $400,000.00.
Mr. Bandjough also pointed-out
that a portion of this building is
being paid for by Federal aid. If
Mr. Bandjough had read his mail
about six months ago, he would
have seen that Gulf County is also
eligible for this type aid but
only for new construction.
Mr. Bandjough questioned our
judgment as to whether the
Holmes building would be ade-
quate for Gulf County, even tho
it is nearly (note) twice as large
as Gulf's. Bandjough then places
himself in our vacated chair of ex-
pert and declared that the present
Gulf County Court House is ade-
quate.


the container.
Partially fill in around the plant
with rich garden soil. Water thor-
oughly. Finish filling the hole and
water again.
Follow the same procedure with
the balled plants. Do not remove
the burlap. However, cut it away
at the top of the ball or turn it
back at the ground line.
Before setting bare-roots decid-
uous plants, trim off long or bro-
ken roots.
For additional information ask
our -county agriculture agent for
Extension Service Bulletin 172,
"Ornamental Vines for Florida."

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Supposing that Mr. Bandjough is
the expert in such matters we
would then venture an amateur
opinion weighed against his ex-
pert opinion and venture to say
that even though the Holmes build-
ing doesn't contain a jail, the dif-
ference in cost of a building of an
"adequate" 13,616 square feet and
a building of 24,000 should more
than pay for the cost of a jail, don't
you think? And that area now oc-
cupied by Gulf County's jail would
be just that much room for growth
wouldn't it?
Be this as it may be. We still
feel and we still continue to
urge you to support the opin-


ion that the Gulf County Court
House is needed where it will
serve the needs of the people
better here in Port St. Joe.
Next week we will attempt to
shed a little light on the cost to
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Blow, to bring
about such a movement. Believe
me, it is to your advantage. Tax-
payers don't like to pay needless
taxes, so it should stand to rea-
son to those not now paying tax-
es that were there to be a bur-
den borne by moving the Court
House, the tax paying public (or
we should say, the greatest ma-
jority) would not be working so
diligently for its re-location.


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MINUTE


BOARD of COUNT

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
February 25, 1964
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida
met this date in regular session
with the following members pre-
sent: James G. McDaniel, Chair-
man, Walter Graham, S. C. Player,
Leo Kennedy and A. J. Strick-
land. The Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney,
Road Superintendent, Civil De-
fense Director and the Gulf County
Health Officer were also present.
Vice-Chairman Graham conducted
the meeting.
The meeting- came to order at
6:30 P.M. The Clerk opened the
meeting with prayer.
Mr. Jesse V. Stone, Chairman of
the St. Joseph's Park Committee,
appeared before the Board and
gave an oral report on the progress
being made by the State Road De-
partment on the access road pro-
ject. He said the survey informa-
tion was scheduled to reach this
meeting tonight, but for some un-
known delay, this information will
be a week late. He said it was very
important to begin securing the
rights of way at the earliest possi-
ble moment because the access
road to the park site will deter-
mine whether or not the Florida
State University will select the
Park site for its new Oceanograp-
hic institute. He urged the County
to secure the necessary right of
way as soon as possible in order
that work can commence at an
early date which would be a point
in favor of the Institute coming to
Gulf County. Mr. Stone then infor-
med the Boaid that the State Ca-
binet has not released funds to the
park Board but that the Attorney
General promised him that he is
writing an opinion to the Cabinet,
advising that the funds can be re-
leased and members of the Cabin-
et said the funds will be released
at its next meeting.
The Board was informed by let-
ter from the Trustees of the Inter-
nal Improvement Fund of the State
Fund of the State of Florida that
the SW% of NE%, of Section 31,
Township six South, Range 11 West
containing 40.20 acres can be pur-
chased by the County Commission-
ers for the sum of $2.50 per acre;
that the State of Florida has first
priority to purchase this land from
the United States of America, how-
ever, the State has agreed to with-
draw its application in favor of
Gulf County, providing the County
wants said land. After consider-
ation, there was a motion by Comn.
missioner McDaniel, seconded by
Commissioner Strickland and un-
animously carried that the County
exercise its option and make appli,
cation to purchase said lands.
The County Judge requested the
Board to pay him the amount of
$1,516.91 due his office as per


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

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TY COMMISSION

State Auditors report No. 5858
dated January 24, 1964. The Attor-
ney advised that the Audit report
is not clear enough for him to de-
tremine the intent of the law but
he believes the Cuonty is preclud-
ed from paying this bill under pre-
sent authority. The Board request-
ed the Attorney to get with the
County Judge for the purpose of
drafting a request to the Attorney
General for his opinion as to in-
tent of the law in this matter.
The Board accepted a right of
way ded from W. C. Forehand, et
ux, for the extension of Third Ave-
nue and Forth Street in Highland
View. Chairman McDaniel inform-
ed the Board that he, the Clerk
and Dr. Lowery met with Dr. King
of the State Board of Health and
discussed the Gulf County Health
Departments budget for the 1964-
65year. He said that it now ap-
pears that the County. will have to
put up an additional $6,200.00 for
next year to continue the present
operation and if the employees re-
ceived the increase due them un-
der the Merit system, an addition-
al $3,100.00 will be necessary. He
said these increases do not include
some necessary repairs to each
Health Center. The Board was re-
quested to give this matter serious
consideration as a decision must
be reached at an early date to al-
low the State Board of Health to
plan the budget that begins in July
of each year.
There being no further business,
the meeting adjourned.
George Y. Core, Clerk
Walter Graham, Vice-Chairman
+-


IN THE I COUNTY J.JUDGX '
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
lu Re: Estate of
EUZA 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, Hlorida, 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
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY NO. 2397
LIBERTY NATIONAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY,
an Alabama corporation,
Plaintiff,
V.
RAY MEDLIN and CORA SUE
MEDLIN, his wife, and
EQUITABLE CREDIT AND
DISCOUNT COMPANY,
.Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: RAY MEDLIN and CORA SUE
MEDLIN, 1511 Fostoria Drive, Gas-
tonia, North Carolina.
You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you in
the above-entitled cause, and that
you are required to file your an-
swer with the Clerk of the above-
styled Court and to serve a copy
thereof upon the Plaintiff's attor-
neys, whose name and address is
Truett & Watkins, The Title Build-

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ing, -Tallahassee, Florida, not later
than April 6, 1964. If you fail to
do so, a Decree Pro Confesso will
be entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Complaint.
This suit is to foreclose a mort-
gage. The real property proceeded
against is:
Lot Twelve (12), Block One
Hundred Twenty-one (121),
of Unit No. 9, St. Joseph's
Addition to the City of Port
St. Joe, Florida, according to
the Official Map on file in
the office of the Clerk of
Circuit Court, Gulf County,
Florida, in Plat Book 2, Page
12.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court at Wewahitchka, Gulf
County, Florida, this 2 day of
March, 1964.
/s/ George Y. Core
Clerk of Circuit Court
(COURT SEAL) 4t-3-5
NOTE OF THANKS
To my many friends of Gulf,
Liberty, Calhoun and Franklin
Counties, I want to say thanks for
the cards, visits, flowers and
prayers I received during my ill-
ness and stay at the Municipal Hos-
pital in Port St. Joe.
I also want to extend my sincere
appreciation to Dr. Joe Hendrix
and the staff of nurses who gave
me such wonderful care.
May God bless, guide and keep
each of you under the shadow of
His wing, is my prayer.
MRS. ELAINE NISHET

DIANE LAY INCLUDED ON
HUNTINGDON HONOR ROLL
Montgomery, Ala.-The Honor
Holl for the first semester at Hunt-
ingdon College was announced this
week by Dean Paul T. Stone.
Included in the list of honor stu-
dents with grade points above 3.35
was Diane Elizabeth Lay, daughter
of Mrs. Herman Dean of this city.


I AM A CANDIDATE
for the office of

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-.
pie of the Fifth District.


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


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

Church School 9:45 AM.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
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Student Council Names
Convention Delegates
The regular meeting of the Stu-
dent Council of the Port St. Joe
High School was called to order by
President Ken Dykes last Tuesday.
Regular procedure was set aside
in order to cover certain pressing
topics.
First on the agenda was the se-
lection of F.A.S.C. state convention
delegates. Those selected were as
follows: Ken Dykes, Leon Hobbs,
Paula Lovett and Forrest Van-
Camp. Alternates were Sue Spauld-
ing and Jim Goodman. Also to at-
tend the convention is Mr. Holt.
Second was a complete report on
the College Day Project by chair-
man Jimmy Goodman. Jim and his
committee were commended for
their work on the project.
Honorary member Jo Anne Fite
was appointed to head a committee
to renovate the bathrooms on the
football field. She is to check with
Mr. Saunders for suggestions.
Co-chairman Forrest Van Camp
gave a report concerning the pro-
posed meeting for parliamentary
procedure within the council. This
meeting is schdeuled in March.
Certain members received hon-
orable mention for their work in
Council activities. They were: Sher-
ry White, Sue Spaulding, Jim
Goodman, Leon Hobbs, Forrest
VanCamp, Bill Hendrix, Dennis
Dawson, and Barbara Lewis. Hon-
orary members Robin Downs, Jo
Anne Fite, John Lewis and Pat
White also received honorable
mention for their diligent efforts
on behalf of the Council.

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


Council Thanks College
Career Day Participants
The Student Council of the Port
St. Joe High School wishes to
thank the following colleges for
their assistance in its recent Col-
lege-Career Day program:
F.S.U., University of Florida,
Massey Junior College, Gulf Coast
Junior College, Chipola Junior Col-
lege, Judson College, Lively Tceh.,
Jones Busines College, Mercer,
University of the South, Massey
Business College and the Univer-
sity of South Florida.
We would also like to thank the
Air Force, the Navy, the Army, the
Marines, and all of those who were
so kind as to present various other
occupations to the students of Port
St. oe High School.

Mexico Beach Offers
Thanks for Vaccine
I wish to express my apprecia-
tion, and I believe I speak for the
majority of citizens of Mexico
Beach, for giving our area Mexico
Beach, the opportunity to avail
ourselves of the Sabine Oral vac-
cine.
We were not to have a vaccine
station at Mexico Beach until the
Chairman of the Gulf County
Board, Dr. Wayne Hendrix and
his committee very graciously
agreed to cover our community.
We want to thank Dr. Hendrix,
Mr. Robert Nedley and Mr. Carl
Guilford for furnishing the mater-
ials and dispensing same.
We also wish to thank the Wo-
man's Missionary Society and other
ladies of Mexico Beach who gave
of their time to do the clerical
work and such a successful tele-
phone campaign. Our community
got behind the program 100% and
we are glad to report a very thor-
ough coverage.
A total of 307 persons took ad-
vantage of the opportunity to pro-
tect themselves and their neigh-
bors against that terrible bug the
Polio virus. Our oldest recipient


5th District Senator and to serve of vaccine during the afternoon


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 Highwafs,
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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was Mrs. J. T. Hyde of Mexico
Beach who had recently celebrated
her 88th birthday.
We again wish to thank all who
helped make our drive a success.


R. L. Fortner
Mexico Beach


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, ~b. ThURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1964


Pfc. Alexander Baker
In Army Exercise
FORT HOOD, TEX. (AHTNC)
Army PFC Alexander Baker, 24,
whose wife, Cornie, lives at 512
Main st. Port St. Joe, Florida and
more than 1400 other members of
three 2d Armored Division units
were airlifted from Fort Hood,
Tex. to Germany during the per-
iod Feb. 12-16 to take part in Exer-
cisecise LONG THRUST X.
The exercise is a continuation of
a series of operations designed to


airlift entire units to Europe to
bolster NATO defense and to dem-
onstrate U. S. capability to rein-
force combat units in West Ger-
many.
An assistant gunner in Company
C, 1st Battalion of the division's
50th Infantry regularly stationed
at Fort Hood, Baker entered the
Army in April, 1963 and received
basic training at Fort Jackson, S.
C. He was last stationed in Korea.
His mother, Mrs. Cherrie Bettis,
lives in Wewahitchka. His father,
Alfonza Baker, lives at 1534 Palto
Alto ave. Panama City.


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