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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 19, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

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


TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1964 NUMBER 27




34 Candidates Qualify Ruto __Run




For Offices Before Deadline r


At closing time Tuesday at
noon, Clerk of the Circuit Court
George Y. Core reported from
his office that a total of 34 can-
didates have qualified to seek
election to the 14 county offices
to be. voted on in the May pri-
maries.
The qualification books closed
at noon Tuesday with Gulf
County still "Democratic" since
no Republican candidates quali-
fied for any of the several of-
fices.
Those whose names will ap-
pear on the May 5 ballot are


as follows:
County Commissioner
District 1
T. D. (Doc) Whitfield, Law-
rence Bateman, Emory Cumbie
and incumbent A. J. Strickland.
District 3
James C. Horton, Parker G.
Hart and incumbent S. C. Play-
er.
District 5
William B. McCroan, Earnest
L. Lightfoot, Jesse Anderson,
Jack E. Hammock, Charles B.
Smith and incumbent Leo Ken-
nedy.


School Board
District 2
Walter C. Robinson, Edward
"Smitty" Smith, E. L. (Slim)
Antley and Bill J. Rich, Sr.
District 4
A. E. (Ed) Johnson, Eldridge
Money and C. E. Boyer.
Superintendent of Public
Instruction
Hubert E. Richards and Mar-
ion Craig.
Sheriff
T. W. "Terry" Hinote, Pervis
Howell and incumbent Byrd E.
Parker.


County Judge
Earl Tom Pridgeon, Frank
Pate, Jr., and incumbent Sam
P. Husband.
Tax Collector
Harland 0. Pridgeon.
Clerk of Circuit Court
George Y. Core.
Supervisor of Registration
Mrs. C. G. Rish.
Prosecuting Attorney
Silas R. Stone.
Harbormaster
H. M. (Bill) Hammock.
Tax Assessor
Samuel A. Patrick.


County-Wide PTA


Meeting Tonite at 8


A PTA meeting sponsored by all
the PTA groups in Gulf County
will be. held tonight at 8:00 p.m.,
in the Port St. Joe Elementary
School auditorium.
* At the last county-wide PTA
meeting on January. 16, Ed Hen-
derson, executive secretary of the
Florida Education Association was
the, principal speaker. His subject
covered some of the problems be.-
ing experienced in Gulf County in
trying to provide quality educa-
tionm-.r- local students. He then
presented .areas of action which
have been successful in other Flor-
ida counties for consideration .and
possibTe' implementation. !
The, pritnipal speaker- for this
meeting tonight,is Max D. Walker,
Superintendent (:t Public Instruc-
tion in Gadsden County. One of
the reasons, for. selecting Mr. Wal-
ker~was that his county has put
into practice one of the areas of
action, namely, revaluation of real

Kiwanis Schedule
Minstrel for April 10
In lieu of a regular program
Tuesday of this week, the Kiwanis
Club began making plans and ap-
pointing committees for the an-
nual Kiwanis Minstrel.
President T. W. Hinote announc-
ed that the minstrel would be held
on Friday, April 10.
Guests of the club were Elaine
Sherrell and Becky Childers of the
Keyettes; David Babbit of the Key
Club; John J. Merriam of Panama
City, Ralph Swatts of Marianna and
Terry Hinote, Jr., of Auburn.


property, recommended by Mr.
Henderson as a required step to-
wards quality education. Mr. Wal-
ker can give first-hand information
on how this action has affected
the educational system of his
county.
All residents of Gulf County are
invited and encouraged to attend.
Refreshments will be served af-
ter the meeting.

Basketball Game Tuesday
To Benefit Cancer Fund
- There, will be a basketball,'game
between the senior basketball team
of 1964 and the future 1965 squad
Tuesday- night, March 24 at '8:00
p.m. in the High School Gym.
Awards will be given for the
most valuable player of the year,
best in sportsmanship, and most
improved 1964 ball player.
There will be a foul shot con-
test between members of the Lions,
Rotary and Kiwanis Club.
The game is being sponsored by
the Cancer Society and all pro-
ceeds will go to the Cancer Drive.

Attend Mental Health Meet
R. G. Boyles and R. H. Ellzey
are attending a mental health
workshop being held at the Es-
cape Motel in Panama City yes-
terday and today. This affair is
sponsored by the Mental Health
Association of Bay County and will
be attended by Dr. Paul Rogers,
director of the state mental health
institutions and others prominent
in mental health circles in Flor-
ida.


Negro Child Is
Struck By Auto
Little Michael Anthony Thom-
as, age 2 was struck by an auto-
mobile driven by William Major
Avant of 287 Avenue B Saturday
afternoon at 2:15 p.m.
The accident occurred on Ave-
nue F.
According to investigating offi-
cers M. A. Kelly and Allen Ray
Watson, Avant was driving slowly
down the street when the child ran
into the street and hit the side of
Avant's car. Avant stopped immed-
iately and took the Thomas child
to the Municipal Hospital where he
was treated for cuts and bruises
and released.
No charges were filed.
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Key Club Sponsoring
Chicken Barbecue
The Key Club of the Port St.
Joe High School is sponsoring a
chicken barbecue Saturday, March
21, at the Centennial Building.
The menu includes one-half chi-
cken, baked beans, potato salad,
bread and ice tea .The serving will
be from 5:00 to 7:30. The purpose
of this barbecue is to raise money
to send delegates to the state con-
vention.
Tickets are available for only
$1.50 from any member of the Key
Club or pay when you get your
plate. There will be tables and
chairs for your convenience if you
wish to eat there.

BARBECUE IS PLANNED
Officials of the Dixie Youth
Baseball organization have sche-
duled their annual barbecue for
Saturday, April 4 at 6:00 p.m. Ev-
eryone is urged to plan to attend.


BAND MAJORETTES MODEL NEW UNIFORMS
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NEW UNIFORMS-Pictured above are members of appearance of the band in public. Pictured in
the Port St. Joe High School Majorette section the front row, left to right: June McKenzie,
posing in new uniforms recently received by Edith McLawhon, Polly Smith, Kitty Jones and
the band. The new uniforms are covered with Fran Robbins. Back row, left to right; Shelly
shiny spangles and have to be seen to be appre- Coldewey, Jo Ann Lapeyrouse, Katrina Farris,
ciated. The uniforms should add much to the Ann Belin and Sandy Lee. (SJPC Photo)


Movie To Be Shown
At Long Avenue
"In His Steps", a feature-length
motion picture based on the world-
famous novel of the same name,
will be shown Monday, March 23
at 7:30 p.m. at the Long Avenue
Baptist Church. The film showing
is sponsored in this area by Long
Avenue Baptist Brotherhood.
The story originally appeared as
a book around the turn of the cen-
tury, written by a Topeka clergy-
man named Charles M. Sheldon.
It is reported to have sold over
30 million copies, and has been
translated into dozens of languages
across the world.
The film story follows the ex-
periences of Rachel Paige, aspir-
ing young actress, newspaper pub-
lisher Ed Norman, and Pastor Hen-
ry Maxwell, the clergyman whose
unique concept changed their lives.
"In His Steps" as a novel came
at a time in American history when
vigorous social reforms were un-
derway, especially in industrial
communities. The film updates
these situations, giving the story a
contemporary approach.
Cheryl Lee Morrison appears as
Rachel in the film. Russ Reed is
cast as Pastor Maxwell, and Harry
Elders portrays Ed Norman. Oth-
er roles are filled by Alma DuBus,
Nicki Pierce and Walter Stocker.
The local church gladly shares
the showing of this film with the
entire community. Everyone is wel-
come. There will be no offering or
solicitations.

MOVE THE COURTHOUSE!


Rev. Galligan Sunday
Speaker at St. Joseph's
The Very Reverend Eymard P.
Galligan will be the guest preacher
for the Palm Sunday Mass at St.
Joseph's Church. He was born in
Saratoga Springs, New York, where
he attended local schools, and was
graduated from St. Michael's Col.
lege, Winooski Park, Vermont in
1943. He was ordained to the holy
priesthood in the Society of St
Edmund in April of 1947 at the
Cathedral of the Immaculate Con-
ception in Burlington, Vermont.
Following his ordination, Father
Galligan taught English, Sociology
and Religion at St.. Michael's for
two years and then was appointed
secretary to the Superior General
of the Society of St. Edmund and
Director of Vocations.
Before assuming his present du-
ties at the Mission Headquarters at
Selma in 1956, he was Superior at
the Edmundite Novitiate at En-
ders Island, Mystic, 'Conecticut.
Everyone is rtuly welcome to
participate in these worship ser-
vices arranged to commemorate
the time of Our Lord's life when
he triumphantly entered Jerusa-
lem just shortly before His crici-
fixion.
Father Galligan will administer
the Sacrament of Penance this
coming Monday, Tuesday and Wed-
nesday between seven and eight in
the evening to help prepare for a
happy Easter.


STUDENT OFFICIALS-Pictured above are the Commissioner; Marie Rhames, City Commission-
students elected at Port St. Joe High School on er and Sherry White, Student Council project
Monday afternoon to act as the City Government chairman. Second row, left to right; Jack Wil-
all day Tuesday of this week. The group was liams, Port St. Joe's City Clerk; Danny Odum,
elected to their individual positions in an elec- City Commissioner; Norton Kilbourn, Mayor;
tion held by the student body during the past Jerry Branch, Chief of Police; Jimmy Parrish,
week. The elected officials are, front row, left Judge and Paul Fensom, Rotary co-chairman of
to right: Bill Hendrix, City Clerk; Betty Ham- the project. (SJPC Photo)
mond, City Commissioner; Paula Lovett, City



Students Serve In City



Offices for A Day Tuesday


Elected students of Port St. Je:
High School took over the opera-
tion of Port St. Joe Tuesday of
this week in the second annual
Rotary sponsored "Student Govern-
ment Day".
Students selected to serve in
places of leadership in the city
were chosen in a spirited election
sponsored by the Student Council
with Sherry White as project chair-
man.
After a lively week of campaign-
ing with banners, posters, cards,
political speeches and all that goes
with an elected, the following of-
ficials were chosen in balloting at
the High School Monday afternoon:
Mayor, Norton Kilbourn.
Commisisoners: Paula Lovett,
Marie Rhames, Danny Odum and
Betty Hammond.
Municipal Judge: Jimmy Parrish.


Chief of Police: Jerry-Branch. At noon Tuesday, the elected
City Clerk: Bill Hendrix. student officials were honored at
The elected officials served for a luncheon by the Rotary Club at
the day with their adult counter- the Motel St. Joe.
parts and took part in the regular Rotary members in charge of the
meeting of the City Council Tues- project were: Max W. Kilbourn,
day night. Paul S. Fensom and Clyde A. Fite.


Plans 'Being Made to Include Training

Program In High School Curriculum


Plans are being made to include
a Diversified Cooperative Program
to the high school course offerings
next year. This program can best
be described as the type where se-
lected seniors attend classes four
hours per day and train for a job
at a local business establishment
for three hours per day.
The DCT program is supervis-
ed by a "coordinator", a local
high school teacher, who is re-
sponsible for related instruction
in the various fields of work and
study, placement of students, su-
nervision of training. and the


Principal Wayne Saunders of the promotion of cooperation by the
Porot St. Joe High School this school, the parents, the commun-
week released the honor roll stu- ity, and the employers for the
dent's names for the fourth six benefit of the boys and girls in
week period of school. the cooperative program.
Those receiving honors were: Diversified Cooperative Training
ALL "A" programs are unusual because the
12th Grade-Patsy Patterson. school utilizes the training resour-
llth Grade-Bob Antley. ces of the community; at the same
10th Grade-Barbara Lewis, Den- time, employers utilize the school's
nis Dawson, Jake Belin, Catherine facilities for training employees at
Ramsey and Sherry White. no extra cost to themselves. This
8th Grade-Pepper Brunner. is a practical approach to broaden-
7th Grade-Dianne Dawson. ing the training opportunities for
"A and B" Honor Roll youth since the school plant, as
12th Grade-Myron Merritt, For- such, cannot provide equipment for
est Van Camp, Sandra Bass, Elsie real experience in all of the voca-
Newsome, Kenneth Dykes, Kitty tions. Thus, the community is di-
Jones, Mary Alice Kilbourn and Pat rectly concerned with the training
McCormick. of its employable youth.
11th Grade---Wayne Baxter, Da- Within the next few days,
vid Henderson, Sandra Clark, Nor- school representatives will con-
ma Peterson, Bob Craig, Fran tact local businesses relative to
Gunn, Paula Lovett, Ronnie Borde- the probability of job placements
lon, Pete Fox, David McCormick, for next year. The program has
Wanda Odum, Wanda Segers, and been endorsed, locally, by the
Connie Jackson. Port St. Joe Chamber of Com-
10th Grade-Ann Belin, Jacque merce.
Price, Marita Lee, Pat White, Ka- __
ren Stripling, Wilbur Butts, Billy
Antley, JoAnn Fite, Linda Graham Dr. Will Dean Lowery
and Carol Parsons.
9th Grade-Andrew Lewis, Tom- Named In 'Who's Who'
my Atchison, Rainey Fendley, Phy-
llis Miles, and Cherry White. Dr. Willa Dean Lowery, Frank-
8th Grade-Freddy Anderson, lin-Gulf County Health Officer, has
Joy Ferrell, Becky Hendrix, Bren- been named in the 1964 fourth edi-
da Faison, Dorothy Sutton and tion of "Who's Who of American
Larry Cox. Women".
7th Grade-Jeannine Britt, Deb- This is a bibliography of Ameri-
bie Lay, Donald Butler, Lavonia can women in the Arts and Scien-
McMullan, Linda Gail Kimbrel, ces who have made significant
John Edwin Lewis, James White contribution in their field of en-
and Cassandra Fendley. deavor.


Mrs. Mclntosh Is

Campaign Chief
TALLAHASSEE Secretary of
State Tom Adams today announced
the appointment of Mrs. Richard H.
(Sara) McIntosh, Port St. Joe home-
maker and civic leader, as Gulf
County Women's Campaign Chair-
man for the 1964 Adams Campaign
Organization.
In this capacity, Adams said, Mrs.
McIntosh not only will supervise
local campaign activities in the
forthcoming elections, but will al-
so serve on a continuing basis as a
member of an advisory committee
of Gulf County citizens to inform
the Secretary of State on problems
and activities in their county.
Mrs. McIntosh, who is State com-
mitteewoman from Gulf County,
has worked in several political cam-
paigns previously.
Active in civic affairs, she is a
past Deputy Commander of the
American Cancer Society, former
member of the State Welfare Board
a member of the Girl Scouts, Ad-
visory Council Industrail Commis-
sion and th State Board TB Assoc-
iation.
Mrs. McIntosh is a graduate of
Alabama State College for women.


Parker Hart Is
Commission Candidate
Parker G. Hart of Beacon Hill
this week announced that he had
qualified as a candidate for the of-
fice of County Commissioner from
District Three.
Hart has served a previous term
on the County Board from 1950 to
1954. During his term of office he
served as Chairman of the Board
for one year.
Hart says if he is elected he will
"serve full time, honestly and im-
partially to the citizens of Gulf
County."


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High School Principal Releases Honor

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THE STARP. Port St. Joe, 01. THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1964

RAFFIELD FAMILY REUNION this week. The affair will last from
The Raffield family reunion will 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
be held at the West Florida Bap- All relatives and friends of the
tist Assembly Grounds in Parker family are urged to attend and
Sunday, April 5, it was announced bring a covered dish.

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Methodist Women
Observe "Day Ap(
The Woman's Society of
ian Service will hold a
"Day Apart" on March 24t
Andrews Methodist Church
ama City, Fla, Registrati
begin at 9:30 a.m. and progr
be from 10 a.m. to 12 no
theme is "The Power of th
ible Fire".
The speakers will be ti
Walter M. Albritton of An
Ala. Rev. Albritton is progr
ector of missions and eva
in the Alabama-West Florii
ference of the Methodist C
extension and evangelism.
aids in organizing new c
and training institutes.
Dr. Edd Hardin, District
intendent of Marianna Distr
bring the morning devotion
Everyone will bring sand
and the host church will
the drinks.
This day of inspiration i
scored by the Woman's Soc
Christian Service of the
and it is designed for ever
ber and visitor of the distri
J. C. Brown of Marianna is
Secretary of Spiritual Life,
extends an invitation to a


First Baptist Circl
Meets With Mrs. C
Circle No. 4 of the First
Church, WMS No. 1, met N
March 16 in the home of M
ton Chafin on Garrison Av
Chairman, Mrs. Grady Ke
in charge of the meeting.
After the business session
S. C. Pridgeon, program ch
with the assistance of Mrs
Mrs. Byron Smith, Mrs. Bl
and Mrs. Laurimore, brought
teresting discussion on "C
ties as Christian Citizens a
right to vote".
At the close of the program
W. M. Chafin closed the
with prayer.
The hostess served delici
freshments to the eight m
present.
The April meeting will be
home of Mrs. Laurimore.
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Mrs. Daniell Host
To Circle No. Two
Circle 2 of the WMU
First Baptist Church met
home of Mrs. Emmett Danie
day at 3:00 p.m., with fiv
bers present.
The devotional was broi
Mrs. H. F. Ayers from
13:1-8. The subject of the d
al was "To Higher Powers
The program was develop
all five members present fri
Royal Service magazine on
pic, "I Must Act".
During the business
good reports were giver
each committee.
Mrs. Richard Saunders di
the group with prayer. Tho,
ent then enjoyed a social h


lotte Lovelace, and Robert Earl
session, Nedley, Port St. Joe; Mr. and Mrs.
n from Harold Collins, Ocala; Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Dasher, Sr., Live Oak;
missed Mrs. A. P. Seig and two sons, Rich-
se pres- ard and Raymond, acksonville and


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Miss Louise Elizabeth Blume be-
came the bride of William Lee
Dawson in the First Methodist
Church of Perry, Sunday, February
16 at 1:30 p.m. The Rev. Paul M.
S' Stewart performed the double ring
ceremony.
As the guests assembled, Mrs. W.
E. Rand, organist, presented a pro-
gram of nuptial music. The tradi-
tional wedding marches were used
as the processional and recessional.
Tall standards of white chrysan-
themums and gladioli and two
seven-branched candelabra with
lighted white tapers formed the
setting for the yvedding party.
Clusters of white satin ribbons
marked the family pews.
The bride, who was given in mar-
riage by her father, was attended
by her sister, Mrs. Royce Thomp-
son, Jr., as matron of honor and
another sister, Miss Marelaine
Blume as bridesmaid.
James Blume, brother of the
bride, Jimmy Dawson of Albany,
Ga., brother of the bridegroom and
Robert Earl Nedley of Port St.
Joe, were ushers. Fred Woodward
of Orlando, served as best man.
The bride wore a formal gown
of embroidered silk organza over
satin featuring a round neck and
long sleeves which came to a point
over the wrist. The full gathered
skirt of satin featured a front panel
)N of embroidered silk organza and
terminated into a chapel train in
the back.
to Her shoulder length bouffant
veil of sheerest illusion was at-
irt" tached to a butterfly type crown
of tiny pearls. She wore a pearl
Christ- necklace. Her bouquet was made of
district Frenched carnations centered with
th at St a white orchid and interspersed
with satin tubing and white tulle.
in Pan- The attendants wore street
on will length sheath dresses of blue peau
ram will de sole featuring high necklines
on. The and accented in the back by V-
ie Invis- shaped bodice centered by match-
ing bow of the same material. The
he Rev. headpieces were clips which mat-
dalusia, ched the dresses. They carried cas-
ram dir- cade bouquets of blue iris.
ngelism The bride's mother chose a dress
da Con- of navy blue with white and blue
.hunreh accessories and she word a laven-
He also der orchid corsage.
churches Mrs. Richard Dawson, mother of
the bridegroom, wore a dusty rose
t super- lace dress with beige accessories
rict will and a lavender orchid corsage.
1. Immediately following the wed-
dwiches ding, a reception was held in the
furnish social hall of- the church. The
bride's table was covered with a
is spon- lace cloth over blue and was cen-
ciety of tered with a five-tiered wedding
District cake topped with a miniature bri-
y mem- dal couple: On one end was a foot-
ct. Mrs. ed compote of pink snapdragons
District and pink and blue carnations. The
and she punch table was also covered with
l. a lace cloth over blue and decorat-
ed with fern.
Mrs, Robert Croft cut the wed-
ding cake and Miss Virginia Shol-
e lar and Mrs. Mary Ruth Stiles of
in. Orlando, served punch. Mrs. Joseph
hafin Courtney kept the bride's book,
BaptistMrs. C. C. Lewis and Mrs. W. H.
Baptist Knight were floor hostesses.
Monday, After spending some time with
[rs. Mil- their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Dawson
re. left on a wedding trip. The bride
els was traveled in a pink linen suit with
white accessories. Her corsage was
n, Mrs. the orchid from her bridal bouquet.
airman, The couple will reside at 3815 S.
. Keels, Summerlin St., Orlando.
ackburn Mrs. Dawson is the daughter of
it an in- Mr. and Mrs. J. Victor Blume of
)ur Du- Perry. She graduated from Taylor
and our County High School and Florida
State Universiay with a BS degree
im, Mrs. in Elementary Education. She was
meeting a member of Beta Tau Alpha sor-
ority. She is presently teaching at
ious re- Pine Hills Elementary School in
members Orlando.
Mr. Dawson is the son of Mr. and
e in the Mrs. Richard Dawson of Port St.
Joe. He graduated from Port St.
Joe High School and Florida State
University with a BS degree in
ess mathematics. He was a member of
Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. He
attended the University of Florida
School of Engineering. He is em-
of the played by the Continental Casualty
in the Insurance Company as a claims
ell Mon- representative.
e mem- Out of town guests at the wed-
ding were Mr. and Mrs. Richard
ught by Dawson, Port St. Joe; Jimmy Daw-
Romans son, Albany, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. C.
evotion- L. Boggus, Live Oak; Mr. and Mrs.
s". Arville Dasher and daughter, Judy,
ped by Jacksonville; Miss Virginia Shol-
rom the lar, Mrs. Mary Ruth Stiles, Fred
the to- Woodward, Orlando; Miss Char-


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Engagement Announced


Mrs. Carl Levoid Armstrong,
Port St. Joe, announces the en-
gagement of her daughter, Cor-
al Lee Armstrong, to John Goare
Wright. Miss Armstrong is the
daughter of the late Carl Arm-
strong and her fiance is the son
of Mrs. Johnnie G. Wright, 2201
Berkshire Drive, Tallahassee.
Miss Armstrong is presently
attending Florida State Univer-
sity and will receive a B.S. de-
gree in accounting in April. She
is a member of eBta Alpha Psi
accounting honorary, Phi Chi
Theta women's business frater-
nity and Beta Gamma Sigma.

Mrs. Phil Engdahl Hosts
Methodist Circle
The Mary McMillan Circle of the
Woman's Society of Christian Ser-
vice of the First Methodist Church
met Tuesday morning at the home
of Mrs. Phil Engdahl at St. Joe
Beach.
There were eight members pres-
ent and two guests.
The devotion and program was
given by Mrs. Ed Ramsey from
Psalms 121:1-2 and the symn, "For
the Beauty of the Earth" was read.


Her fiance graduated from
Florida State University with a
degree in accounting. He is a
member of Lamba Chi Alpha so-
cial fraternity, Beta Alpha Psi,
and Beta Gamma Sigma honor
society. He is employed with the
accounting firm of Arthur An-
dersen and Company in Atlanta.
The wedding is to be an event
of May 23 at 4:00 p.m. in the
First Methodist Church of Port
St. Joe.
No invitations are being sent
locally, but all friends and rela-
tives of the couple are invited
to attend the wedding and recep-
tion.

The scripture reading was from
John 20:11-18, read by Mrs. M. L.
Parker. .- -
The business meeting followed
at which time plans were made for
the men's supper to be held Tues-
day, March 24.
The meeting closed with the ben-
ediction.

Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Wooden, Sr.,
and Mr. and Mrs. II. I. Wooden,
Jr., of Warner Robins, Ga., visited
last week end with Mr. and Mrs.
Wesley R. Ramsey.


I .


Bill Rampey, Augusta, Ga.


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COUNTY 4-H EVENTS DAY
CONTESTS
On Gulf County 4-H Club Events
Day, Saturday, March 14, the pro-
gram at the county courthouse in
Wewahitchka, included c o u nty
contests in 4-H public speaking,
reading lamp building and vege-
table judging.
Donnie Batson of Wewahitchka
Club was the winner in public
speaking and he will represent
Gulf County in the district con-
test at Bonifay on April 25. Mr.
Tommy Roberts is adult leader of
this club.
Four reading lamps, construct-
ed by club members Jerry Swan,


Jimmy Gersbacher, Henry Hat-
cher and Roy Norris all of Port
St. Joe Club were entered. Jerry
Swan had the winning lamp and
it will be entered in the Boni-
fay district contest as Gulf Coun-
ty entry in district competition.
Jimmy's lamp placed second,
Henry's placed third and Ray's
placed fourth. Mrs. Kenneth
Swan, Oak Grove, is adult leader
of this club of 18 boys.


the four top scores, out of 10 boys
competing, were Jerry Swan, first
place; Gary Roberts, second place;
John Bishop, third place; Tommy
Lane, fourth place and these boys,
as a team, will compete in the
state contest in Gainesville, May 2,
representing Gulf County.
All these 4-H members and their
leaders are doing good work and
are to be highly commended.
Let's hope they win some district
and/or state contests. There are
some very good prizes to be award-
ed the winners.


Bill Spikes, Florida Power Cor- Visits With Hendrix


portion, Apalachicola gave the
electrical course to the club and
assisted in the instruction with
regard to the building of the lamps.
In the vegetable judging contest,


Mrs. R. H. Bassford, Valdosta,
Ga., has returned home after vis-
iting here with Dr. and Mrs. Joe


Hendrix. Mrs. B
Hendrix' mother.


;assford is Mrs.


Education Study Group Takes A
Look At PSJ High School Needs


The County Educational Study
Committee met at the Port St. Joe
High School, Thursday, March 12
at 8:00 p.m. with the chairman,
Dr. Bob King, presiding. The meet-
ing was opened by prayer by A. P.
Jackson.
The minutes were approved as
presented.
Dr. King asked Wayne Saunders,
principal, to present the report he
and his faculty had prepared show-
ing the present situation at Port
St. Joe High School, its facilities,
program and its needs. Mr. Saun-
ders presented his report accord-
ing to educational departments,


first giving a summary of the most
glaring needs.
The equipment and buildings are
in good shape, but there is not
enough of either. Needed immed-
iately for the present enrollment
of 565 students are:
Two Junior High science labs.
Two units of Home Economics.
One new Biology lab.
New lunchroom facilities.
Larger Library.
Guidance office and waiting
room.
Larger shower and dressing room


for P. E.
More room


in Auditorium and


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1964


. COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES
By CUBIE LAIRD, Gulf County Agent


Gym.
Adequate heating system.
The library, lunchroom and P.
E. facilities have to be looked into
right away. The school has been
given until April 30 of this year to
make plans for correcting the sit-
uation or else lose its present stand-
ing with the Southern Association
of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
Jacquelyn K. Quarles,
Recording Secretary.
KENNETH SHANNON IS
KILLED IN VIET NAM
Kenneth Shannon was shot down
and killed in South Viet Nam re-
cently. Kenneth is a nephew of
Pat Shannon, production manager
at St. Joe Paper Company.


PLANT'S MEN and BOYS WEAR PORTST JOE,
FLORIDA


Beg. $2.98
NOW -----
Reg. $3.98
NOW -----
Reg. $5.00
NOW
Reg. $5.95
NOW ---
Reg, $6.95
NOW ---


Beg. $1.98
NOW ----------
Beg. $2.98
NOW
Beg. $3.98
NOW ----


994

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OVER $800.00 IN BEAUTIFUL PRIZES

GIVEN AWAY FREE -

3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE
7-PIECE DINETTE
CEDAR CHEST
ELECTRIC MIXER -- ELECTRIC SKILLET
ELECTRIC COFFEE PERCULATOR
ELECTRIC POP-UP TOASTER
STEAM AND DRY IRON
2 FLOOR LAMPS 2 TABLE LAMPS
MEN'S

Dress Pants $5.49 up

Men's and Boys'
RUBBER OVERSHOES pair 99c up

Boy's
SWIM SUITS $1.49 up

Men's
SUMMER STRAW HATS $2.99 up


MEN'S GLOVES $1.99 up

PIRATE PARTY GIFT CERTIFICATE
ASK FOR YOURS AT THE DOOR. 500 CASH CREDITS
100 FREE GIFTS ALL FREE!
FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY!


Sale Starts Friday 9:30


WORK SHIRTS
Was $3.50
Now $1.65 up
WORK PANTS
Was $4.00
Now $1.99 up


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Rinsg. to $10.99SWEA up
Men's SWEATERS .. $2.49 upft


MEN'S HATS


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NOW .......-- i.9U|
Beg. $8.95 4 A
NOW.....

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Men's and Ladies'
Billfolds

$2.49 up


$500.00

In Special Gift
Checks Given to the
First 100 People at
Our Door Opening
Friday at 9:30


MEN'S
Swim Suits
$1.99 up
Men's

Walk

Shorts

$1.99

and

Up


Men's
DRESS SHOES
$6.88 up


Belts
Boy's
Belts


IN EVERY


89c

59c


CASE


MEN'S SUITS
Was $50.95
$20.49 and up

SPORT COATS
Reg. $18.95, $29.95, $39.95
and $59.95


OUR LOSS IS YOUR GA


PYLANT'S MEN and BOYS WEAR


Garden Club Making Plans
For Art and Flower Show
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will present a combination flower
show and art evhibit on May 2 and
3 at the Centennial Building. The
theme for the show will be "Na-
ture and Art".
The Garden Club encourages ev-
eryone in Port St. Joe who paints,
to participate in this art exhibit.
The Club feels that there are some
good artists in Port St. Joe and
they would like to give them an
opportunity to show their paint-
ings. If anyone is interested in
entering paintings in the show,
they should contact Mrs. David
Jones or Mrs. Cecil Hewett.


Sale Starts
Friday
9:30 A.M.


Sale Starts
Friday
9:30 A.M.


Sale Starts
Friday
9:30 A.M.


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Value Packed
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA PHONE 2274261 I 8


88c DAYS!THRILLING

Polished Cotton EASTER SAVINGS
Bouffant 88c DAYS EASTER SAVINGS 88c DAYS EASTER SAVINGS Boys Wash 'N Wear
SLIPS GIRL'S INDIVIDUALLY SELECTED PORT ST. JOE'S LARGEST SELECTION Suits
S I OF LADIES' FAMOUS NAME LIN A lt
For Girls, 4 to 12 SizesCto7
SDressesach Dresses s
ONLY$1 8 t
Girl's Fine Cotton or Rayon Values upto $12.99 %
Lace Trim Tricot $ 1 8 to V u t 0.
BRIEFS 3 pr. 88c blend wash and wear. By Cam-
$588 ~5 8 pus and Monarch.
1 '- |$14.88
S88c DAYS 9 to 18 Mos., 1 to 3, 3 to 14. Adorable lace The season's most popular styles, fabrics anda
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I Prim and Pretty and Peaches 'N' Cream! Half Sizes. Every style individually selected.
HeautiEl >88c DAYS!
HOSIERY jf Easter Savings! |o
2 pr. 88c Men's and Boys'
Seamless or full fash- 88c DAYS Ladies and P 0 R
ioned. Plain or mesh. Ea se i 88c DAYS! S
New shades. to 011. Easter Savings! PURSES EASTER SA IS SH I
Infants and Toddlers GLOVES Men's and Youths
l Port St. Joe's Largest and Most A Wash and Wear All new patterns. In
DIAPER SETS 88C Complete Selection! LACKS Spring and Summer i
and SLACKS colors.
1 I\65% Dacron
SAVE HERE! Seersucker Suits SH O ES$ $88
Matching colors FOR THE EASTER PARADE! L5 88
Lovable $1.88 $2.88 FLATS $2.88 and up Sizes 2s to 42
$1.8A8-_$2.88 Sizes 28 to 42,
B R A S - DRS Cuffs ree!SY Hand up!
DURING THIS SALE! -- DRESSY HEELS --- -
LC adies Blouses New Easter Boys 4 to 18. Men's
88cAt CT I E 5 small, medium, large,
m U y8AA thru 42c 88c .88 9.8xtra large. Campus,
? 1j Sizes 32-38. Prints and Solids. Ready tied or to tie Tulane and Van Heu-e
-' Broadcloth. White, Bone, Spice, red and black. New- sen.
est style creations by Trim Tred, Wil-
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S" ..... "SPECIAL CLOSE-OUT GROUP OF ....
a LADIES & CHILDREN'S
? FLATS and DRESSY STYLES 111.0 U
S88c DAYS EASTER SAVINGS! -. ---- -- 88c DAYS. .. EASTER SAVINGS
$10,000.00 LINGERIE STOCK AT BOYLES! 4, MEN'S WARREN SEWELL
tfi ^SPECIAL! CHILDREN'S SHORT
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'Super-Right' Heavy
Western Beef
Chuck Roast
lb. 49c


"SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN


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"SUPER-RIGHT" SHORT SHANK


SMOKED



Picnics


6 to 8 Lb. -
Average

POUND -------.........----------


PORK RIB HALF


Pork LOINS


(Loin Half, lb. 49c)


4 to 5 Lb.
Avg. LB.
LB.


45c


"SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN PORK SPARE Delicious for Barbecue


Spare RIBS


"SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN PORK QTR. LOIN SLICED


Pork Chops


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SaMAMSE
With coupon and purchase of
*I 20-oz. Bot. Ann Page Tomato
Ketchup 2 for 49c *
Jax. 3-21-64 g
8 Coupon good thru Sun., Mar. 22





With coupon and purchase of
Pfeiffer's Cole Slaw, 8 oz.
I Dressing 8 oz. 39c i
S Jax. 3-21-64
SCoupon good thru Sun., Mar. 22


SPECIAL! Jane Parker, 1V2
Lemon 'Pies


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Avg. LB. 53


59c


SAVE AT A&P! SPECIAL! Lady Betty
PR U NE



Juice


QUART
BOTTLE 39c


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Ensign Leonard C. Costin Receives

Navy Wings of Gold On February 14


NEW IBERIA, LA. (FHTNC)
Navy Ensign Leonard C. Costin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey L.
Costin of 118 Monument Ave., Port
St. Joe, Fla. was designated a Nav-
al Aviator and received his Wings
of Gold in ceremonies, February 14,
at the Naval Auxiliary Air Station,
New Iberia, La.
He received his training Squad-
ron 27, based at New Iberia.
Ensign Costin is scheduled to re-
port to the Airborne Early Warn-
ing Squadron four based at the
Naval Station, Roosevelt Roads,
Puerto Rice.
Before entering the Navy in Au-
gust 1962, he attended the Univer-
sity of Florida at Gainsville, Fla.


Teachers Are

Presented Show
Eras of history, fairy tales and
modern TV series were features
of a marionette show at the Grace-
ville High School on Saturday af-
ternoon, March 16. These marion-
ettes performed by the hands and
voices of Mrs. Myrtle Campbell's
third grade boys and girls from
Graceville Elementary School. The
show was the program for the meet-
ing of Phi Chapter of Delta Kappa
Gamma, on international honorary
organization for women teachers.
For nine years this chapter of
the Delta Kappa Gamma has been
composed of six counties of North-
west Florida. After May of this
year only those members from
Jackson, Holmes and Washington
counties will remain in Phi Chap-
ter. There will be a new chapter
formed for members from Bay, Cal-
houn and Gulf counties.
Members of this organization
from Gulf County present for the
meeting at Graceville were Mrs.
Lila Brouillette, Mrs. Edith Stone,
Mrs. Jacque Price and Mrs. Kath-
erine Ivey.
Visiting With Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Terrance Hinote
and two children are visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hinote.


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Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe High School
Monday, March 23
Hamburger steak, rice, gravy,
tossed green salad, carrot stix, ap-
ple sauce cake, milk, bread and
butter.
Tuesday, March 24
Navy beans, catsup, smoked sau-
sage, cabbage slaw, apple cobbler,
hot rolls, butter and milk.
Wednesday, March 25
Turkey salad, lettuce, sliced to-
mato, English peas, strawberry
short cake, milk, bread and butter.
Thursday, March 26
Macaroni and cheese, spiced ham
slices, turnip greens, muffin bread,
fruit Jell-o, milk, bread and butter.
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, March 23
Lima beans with ham seasoning,
cheese wedges ,turnip greens, car-
rot sticks, corn bread and butter,
prunes and milk.
Tuesday, March 24
Sloppy Joe on buns, buttered
corn, lettuce and tomato salad, can-
died sweet potatoes and milk.
Wednesday, March 25
Hot dogs, snap beans, cabbage
slaw, peanut butter candy and milk.
Thursday, March 26
Chicken salad, English peas, sli-
ced tomatoes, Easter candy, Ritz
crackers, white bread and milk.-'


What Is It? 1


ROLLS 39
39C


Lb. SPECIAL! Ann Page Pure
each 39c Grape Jelly 24 oz. 43c


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Floride THUJSDAY, MARCH 19, 1964



The Tattler
R. GLENN BOYLES ditoer
Associate Editors YOU-ALL '-
Published by
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
PHONE mALL 7-4a61
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fun" BOYLEB
6TORK PRM0ONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
BOB McKIERNAN Shoe Department
GLADYS S. GILL __------ Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
ETHEL M. GAY Lingerie
NONA WILLIAMS Men's and Boy's Wear
LARRY ALLEN, MARY REEVES and
ESTHER TAYLOR Extras

Boyles Inflates Value of Your Easter

Dollars. See Details on Page 3
(Tattler indulges in nostalgia Sentiment maybe?)


Dear Friends:
Who is the boss at Boyles? The
man who founded this business?
The president? The officers? The
various department heads? No,
none of these but, I hear a
voice saying: "I am the reason for
this business. I am the reasons for
its prosperity .. I am its guiding
genius I must be served be-
fore I bestow my blessings I
am the end-all and be-all of every-
thing connected with this business
. I am the foundation of its
progress ... I AM THE CUSTO.
MER" (the voice concludes)
Right you are my dear customer
. and friend!
Overheard in a store: "What a
town. I've been in six stores and
still can't find what I want." Sales.
man: "What is it you want Cus-
tomer: "Credit."
While writing this and making
an effort to get my thinking in
gear I happened ot glance at a pic-
ture of my mother and father that
was made on their 65th wedding
anniversary. A beautiful birthday
cake is on the table in front of
theiti. Neither of my parents is
keen about having a picture made
and interested less in the publicity
connected with this 65th Anniver-
sary Celebration. (Oct. 20, 1963).
However, we're very proud to have
the picture and it is a splendid
likeness of both. My mother has a
warm, happy smile .young, too!
In fact, it appears that she might
be blushing like a 19 year old
bride yes, at 87 years. She's
lovely! My dad looks calm and
pleased as if he was standing by
the right girl! He's hale and hearty
at 94, hardly shoving the wear
and tear of the difficult, tho, fruit-
ful years. Has it been 65 years of


married bliss? I would say no, em-
phatically! ... Rather .. 65
years of sharing the bumps of life
together in the rearing of six sons
and one daughter a minimum
of what is termed pleasures, good
fortunes, joys and etc. .. a maxi-
mum of economic and physical
hardships, calamities and misfor.
tunes, along with emotional and
mental sufferings. Their hearts
have bled together at the grave.
side of two sons suddenly snatched
from useful lives and devoted fam-
ilies far too young to die. Yes,
65 years of sharing untold soul-
tryin experiences, setbacks, fail-
ures and triumphs ... 65 years
of honest ,faithful effort and en-
durance dedicated to home,
children, family and friends .
long years of self-denial and sac-
rifice. Material rewards have been
negligible. The significant and im-
portant thing to this writer is: To-
day, in the 66th year of married
life they can speak with one voice
saying: "The Lord has been mighty
good to us. Life has been full and
interesting. It's good to be here
and still view its wonders." I see
the following promise fulfilled, too:
"Seek ye first the Kingdom of God
and His righteousness and all
these things shall be added."
Alas, I must change the subject
before this turns into a sermon-
ette. The fact remains, however .
It's not what happens to us in life
that matters What really
counts is what we do about it! Do
you agree?
We'll close with this definition
of a honeymoon: A vacation before
going to work for a new boss! (M.
P. R.) Times have changed a
lot! (My dad was boss at his
house.)
S'long. -RGB


SPECIAL! Jane Parker
Cherry 'Pies


Save at A&PI White Beauty
each 45c Shortening 3 lb. can 49c


SPECIAL! Jane Parker Cake, Ilb., 1 oz. Chef-Boy-Ar-Dee 15V2 oz. -
Angel Food ring 39c Spaghetti
SPECIAL! Jane Parker, Pkg. of 10 Wisconsin Colored Cheddar
Dinner Rolls pkg. 1 Oc Eresh Cheese


Fresh Roasted

PEANUTS
Pound Bag
39c

GOLDEN RIPE


Valencia

Oranges
5 Lb. Bag
49c


BANANAS 3


LB. 29c


FRESH


Pole Beans


Nabisco Premium
SALTINES ----- lb. 29c
24 oz. Pkg. Ken-L-Treat
DOG FOOD ....-- can 43c
Lb. Can Diet Delight
APPLE SAUCE ........ 25c
Diet Delight Liquid
SWEETNER .--- 4 oz. 39c
Diet Delight
Maple Syrup 12 oz. 45c
Star-Kist Light Meat
Chunk Tuna 6/2 oz. 35c
Pepsodent
Tooth Paste ......- gt. 45c


2


Knoor's
SOUP MIXES ----....... 39c
Maxwell House Vacuum Pack
COFFEE .....-. 2 lb. $1.69
3% oz. can Underwoods
SARDINES .... 2 for 39c
Carnation
Instant Milk .... 8 qt. 73c
Mueller's Elbow, 8 oz.
Macaroni .... 2 boxes 29c
Pepsodent
Toothbrush -------- 69c
3 oz. pkg. Reg. Gelatin
JELLO .------...... 4 for 45c
unetruewlk


Ls- 29c


Baker's Angel Flake Moist
COCONUT .... 34 oz. 25c
Regular Bars
DIAL SOAP .... 2 for 29c
A&P Sliced Switzerland
Swiss Cheese ...... 6 oz. 59c
Minute
RICE ........... -------14 oz. 49c
Keystone Pieces and Stems
Mushrooms .... 2 oz. 25c
Keystone Pieces and Stems
Mushrooms ... 4 oz. 33c
20 Mule Team
Borateen 48c


510 FIFTH STREET
Prices in this Advertisement are
good through Saturday, March 21


With Meat Balls
can 27c


lb. 53c


Methodist Laymen
In Area Meeting
A two-day laymen's retreat for
Methodist men is scheduled in Mar-
iarna April 17-18 for the seven-
county area of the Marianna Dis-
trict, Alabama-West Florida Con-
ference.
Theme of the retreat will be
"The Committed Man", with guest
speakers R. H. Bond and L. Charles
Hilton, lay leader of the district.


It's aluminum! The first nuggets of aluminum created by elec-
trolytic process in 1886. The metal and the company that intro-
duced it-Alcoa (Aluminum Company of America) -are both
celebrating their 75th Anniver- o
sary. far surpasses that of steel, its
Just three-quarters of a cen- chief competitor.
tury ago, one of today's most It is used in a thousand prod-
widely used substances was as ucts-from missiles to such
rare as one of its more costly everyday things as cooking
oxides, the sapphire. utensils and appliances, storm
The process to obtain it eco- windows and doors, packaging
nomically was discovered in a and zippers.
woodshed laboratory. It was Today this versatile metal
first offered commercially in plays a key role in your life.
1888. Annual U. S. per capital con-
It is light, bright, non-mag- sumnption now is 29 pounds, and
netic. Its resistance to corrosion rising rapidly I



EXPRESSION OF THANKS

I wish to express to the people of Gulf Coun-
ty my appreciation for returning me to another
term in office without opposition.
I will always seek more and better methods
to improve the efficiency of this office.
I wish to offer my special thanks to Frank
Hannon for his effective handling of auto tag sales
and to Rex Addison for his work in handling boat
registrations in the South end of the county.

THANK YOU,

Harland Pridgeon


Advance registration is being ac-
cepted by Bill Miller, Box 425,
Sneads. Registration fee is 7.00
per person, to cover one night's
lodging and all meals. Everyone
who attends is reqeusted to bring
his own pillow, bed linen, towels
and bath articles. Dress will be in-
formal for the retreat.
The meeting will be held at the
Assemblies of God Campground
two miles east of Marianna on U.


G UAR A N T E ED


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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 305 WillIams Avenue, Port St. Joe, FledI
By The Star Publishing Company
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Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesmanm Photobrapher, Columnist, Reporter nroef
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.Regular $2.00
Fast 'Permanent
Half Grain
Saccharin, 100's
Regular $5.95
Heat Pad
Size 127, 120 and 620
Roll Film _


$1.00


- $1.00

$2.95

3 for 79c


Regular $1.89, Fast
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Tissues


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8MM Roll
Color Movie Film $1.99
PRICE INCLUDES PROCESSING

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

Legion and Auxiliary Has
Covered Dish Supper
The American Legion and Aux-
iliary enjoyed a covered dish sup-
per Tuesday night. 'This supper
was in honor of the American Le-
gion's 45th birthday. F. E. Tram-
mnell gave a short interesting his-
tory of the American Legion. He
told of when the Port St. Joe.Post
was organized and of the changing


LETTERS
To The Editor

Wesley Ramsey, Editor
The Star
Port St. Joe, Florida
Dear Wesley:.
I wish to take this opportunity
to thank you on behalf of the Port
St. Joe Jaycees and Gulf County
Medical Association for your sup-
port of the "Stop Polio Sundays"
program.
As you already know, approxi-
mately 80% of the population was
immunized with Type I vaccine. A
very large percentage of these
brought request forms that were
cut from The Star.
I know from your untiring ef-
forts to always improve our com-
munity that we can again depend
on you for support of our next
mass immunization on April 5,
when Type III will be given.
Very truly yours,
R. E. NEDLEY y,
Wesley Ramsey,
Editor, The Star
Enclosed you will find $5.00 to
cover subscription to The Star and
cost of mailing it to me. If this
doesn't cover mailing expense, let
me know and will send you the
balance.
Wes, I need The Star as my
heart is still in St. Jqe and I hope
in the future to be back-there, but
right now, r have a job" to do and
will have to finish that first.
Please tell the folks for me: "'you
might take the man out of Gulf
County, but you can't get Gulf

of the Post name to Willis V. Row-
an. This change was made in hon-
or and memory of the first person
from Gulf County who gave his
life during World War I for his
country.
The group was entertained by
the Rev. Jack Carter and family
who sang several songs.


PosroFFzcz Box SO


County out of the man .
ter 25 years there".


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Thanks
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1521 Holman Drive
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SELL THAT 'WHITE ELEPHANT'
WITH A STAR CLASSIFIED


NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
We the undersigned, being duly
sworn, do hereby declare under
oath that the names of all persons
interested in the business or pro-
fession carried on under the name
of Johnnie L. Mims Moulding Sup-
ply Company at Port St. Joe Beach,
Florida and the extent of the in-
terest of each is as follows:
Johnnie L. Mims, % undivided
Lucy V. Mims, % undivided

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Re Estate of
'ERNEST DIXON,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
TO' ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
: IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DE-
CEDENT:
You are hereby notified that a
written instrument purporting to
be the last will and testament of
said decedent has been admitted to
probate in this Court. You are here-
by.commanded within six calendar
months from the date of the first
publication of this notice to appear
in this Court and show cause, if
any you can, why the action of
this Court in admitting said will to
probate should not stand unrevok-
ed.
-SAM P. HUSBAND,
County Judge, Gulf County,
Florida.
By: Donnie Jean Tillman,
Clerk
First publication on March 19,
1964. 4t-3-19


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OFFERS HIS THANKS
May I express my sincere and humble ap-
preciation to all of the people of Gulf County for
allowing me to be the unopposed nominee for the
office of CLERK of CIRCUIT COURT.
I renew my promise to put forth my every
effort to give you effective and courteous service.
I will continue to go the extra mile.
Sincerely,
George Y. Core



The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *


FOR SALE: : Clean 1952 4-door
Chevrolet. Original paint and up-
holstery. Call J. T. Cannon at
Florida National Bank at Port St.
Joe. tfc-3-19
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury. Phone
227-2941 for details, tfc-3-19
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'x175'. Back of lots
close to canal property in White
City. Phone 229-2428. tfc-2-27
FOR SALE: One Allstate motor
scooter in excellent condition.
Call 227-3751, Pete Fox, for de-
tails. tc.-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
FOR SALE or RENT: 2 bedroom
block house, deep well. 3 acres
of land. Contact Jim Roberts at
White City. Phone 229-1140. 4t-3-5
FOR SALE: 5-room house in Oak
Grove. In front of Assembly of
God Church. Will finance. Call at
615 Garrison Ave., Port St. Joe,
Woodrow Shoots. 2tp
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house.
Palm Blvd. Call Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., 227-4311 tfc-11-21
FOR SALE
Three bedroom house with oak
floors in nice neighborhood. Only
$9,500.00. Pay $300 down plus clos-
ing cost. Monthly payments ap-
proximately $61.00 including in-
surance on dwelling. 3t-3-19
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.


INCOME TAX SERVICE on a full
time basis, your office or mine,
business or personal, 20 years ex-
perience, subscriber to Commerce
Clearing House Tax Guide, located
on highway S-381, next to "Infin-
ger's Sportsman One Stop" (Wit!is
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
HELP WANTED: Live in and do
motel work. Good pay, good liv-
ing conditions. Apply in person at
Motel St. Joe. tfc-3-19
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-
leigh, FAC-100-815, Memphis, Tenn.
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-
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
JOHNNY L. MIMS MOLDING SUP-
PLY CO. Manufacturers of cyp-
ress molding, small boat repair.
Specializing in kitchen cabinets.
Phone 648-4367, St. Joe Beach. 4tp
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
t Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3364 tfo
ia iher information or write P. 0.
Lu 535.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No .111, F. & A. M., eveix first
and third Thuisday at 8:00 p.mn.

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.
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.


NOTICE 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
I am not responsible for debts companions welcome.
other than those occurred by me JOE EVANS, High Priest
personally. 4tp-3-19 JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary
OTIS JEFFCOAT, Jr.
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THANK YOU

MY DEAR FRIENDS,
I want to thank each person in Gulf County
for returning me to the office of Tax Assessor
without opposition. .,
You may continue to be assured, that your
interest will always be my first consideration. ,
YOUR TAX ASSESSOR


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Coral Lee Armstrong Is
Tapped for Honor Society
TALLAHASSEE, March 14-Flor-
ida State University's chapter of
Beta Gamma Sigma, national hon-
or society in business adminstra-
tion tapped 25 new members this
week.
Organized in 1913, Beta Gamma
Sigma has as its purpose the en-
couragement and reward of schol-
arship in the area of business stud-
|s. llection. to f e or.ry is con-
gidered nge of the highest schol-
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Tapped for Beta Gamma Sigma
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St. Joe, Corel. Lee Armstrong.


As astronaut Lieutenant .olonel John H. qlenn, Jr. looks on,
Kennethl Cohen (17), Trenton, New Jersey, President of Key Club
International, (right) receive atop Fi'eedb.i: F.urdati.., A'.'i ,1
from 1r.'Kenheth D. Wells, President of the Fied ..1l'.is F .-.ida'. ii
at Valley Fdrge. The KIey Club award came for. the organization'
*-j968 thime, !'Fulfill Frdedoii'& Challenge," It was, presented at
Valley Fprge pn February 22. Key Club is a high school boys'
service organization sponsored by Kiwanis International, It num-
,--".9 67,000 members in 2700 Urnited States and.Canadian high
:'!~ools,'ilenn, hi elf, waM ton -,--l -4-1

Key Club Has Won Top Award In

Annual Freedom Foundation Competition


Key Club International, high
school boys' service organization
sponsored by Kiwanis Internation-
al, has won a top award in the an-
nual Freedoms Foundation Amer-
canism competition, according tq
Terry Hinote, president of the ii-
wanis Club gf Port St. Joe, The
Port St. Joe club sponsors the Key
Club of Port St. Joe High School.
The award which was presented
to Kenneth Cohen, 17, of Ewing
Township High School, Trenton,
New Jersey, on February 22, at
Valley Forge, came for Key Club's
1963 theme, "Fulfill Freedom's
Challenge." Dr. Kenneth D. Wells,

Time Is Running Out!
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president of the Freedoms Founda-
tion, made the presentationT.
Key Club nternatin0l, which
cgmprise approximately 67,000
high school boys in 2700 U. S. and
Canadian high schools, was cited
as follows: "Sixty-seven thousand
high school young men adopted an
eight point program which stress-
ed strengthening spiritual growth,
preserving our common heritage
and ideals, putting democracy on
the offensive, inspiring intelligent
leadership, stressing higher moral
standards by promoting mental and


BOWLING

NEWS
COMMERCIAL LEAGUE
By Al Jensen
Alleys one and two saw Michi-
gan Chemical and St. Joe Natural
Gas deciding to disagree and split
two points each,
Ralph Ward was high for the
chemical boys with a 490 series.
Zeigler was high for Natural
Gas with a 519.
Alleys three and four saw Boyles
and Vitro tangle with Vitro com-
ing out on top three to one.
Billy Joe Richards, "Rich" Rich-
ardson and John Hanson were all
well over 500. Daryl Collier was
the only one to break 500 for
Boyles.
Alleys five and six saw the Steve-
dores take three from the league
leading Costin's team.
Whitehurst had a 594 series and
was helped greatly by the rest of
the team.
Waring Murdock's 566 series
and George Small's 495 were top
for Costin's.
Team Standings W L
Costin's 59 37
Vitro Services --_ 54 42
Stevedores 47 49
St. Joe Nat. Gas --------46 50
Michigan Chem --------42 54
Boye. 40 56
GULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE
By Maxine Jensen
Comforter's won three points to
St. Joe Furniture's one point on
alleys five and six.
Elise Rogers led Comforter's
with a 460 series. Maxine Jensen
was close with a 458. Sue Moore
was next with a 421,
Wynell Burke bowled high for
the furniture store with a 440 ser-
ies. Dora Langley and Norma Zeig-
ler tied with a 369 series each.
Martha Ward picked up the 7-6-10


physical ftness." split. (Good shooting Martha!)
Kiwanis International, too, was Raffield's Fisheries took three
honored. The organization received points allowing Florida National
a Distinguished Service Award for Bank only one. Joan Myres led the
its 1963-64 theme, "Responsibility way with a fine 413 series and Jo
-The Key to Freedom." Kiwanis Ferrell had a 408.
has won a top award each year Jo Ann Holland was high for the
since Freedoms Foundation began, bank with her 385 series. Mary Har-
Circle K International, a college rison was next with a 381.
men's service organization also Team Standings W L
sponsored by Kiwanis ,received a Comforter's ---------- 72 32
George Washington Honor Medal. Raffield's Fisheries 54% 49
St. Joe Furniture 51% 52V
8ed The sta s a. t rie. Florida Nat. Bank -- 30 74


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florda THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1964


ANDREW D. BRINSON


Brinson New

Bakery Exec
A new sales manager for Flow-
ers Baking Co., has been named
as the result of a major plant ex-
pansion in Alabama.
He is Andrew D. Brinson, 47,
who has been promoted from dis-
trict manager of the Quincy Di-
vision to sales manager of Flowers
Baking Co., Thomasville, Ga.
His predecessor, Ike Black, has
been promoted to manager of
sales and plant operations at a
newly-acquired plant at Opelika,
Ala., which will be known as
"Flowers Baking Co., of Alabama."
This was the first major terri-
tory expansion for Flowers in 15
years and will make Sunbeam pro-
ducts available to the Columbus,
Ga., area and a large portion of
middle Alabama. Flowers also op-
erates a large Sunbeam plant at
Jacksonville.
Brinson, who is well known here,
joined Flowers in 1942, and .has
been district manager since 1953.
His Quincy division has won sev-
en of the past nine promotions and
has twice retired the President's
Trophy. He now has two of three
wins required to retire another
one.
A native of Quincy, Brinson is
married to the former Thelma Tay-
lor. They have three children.

SELL. THAT 'WHITE ELEPHANT'
WITH A STAR CLASSIFIED


Judges Picked for

Beautician Contest
The selection of a panel of judg-
es for the Panama City Hairdresser
annual Community Lea dership
Award Program was announced
this week, by Lottie White, Presi.
dent of the local Affiliate of the
National Hairdressers and Cosme-
tologists Association.
The judges, who will select the
local cosmetologist who has con-
tributed the most toward commun-
ity leadership and toward advance-
ment of the beauty profession, are:
Senator Dempsey Barron, Judge
Warren L. Fitzpatrick and attor-


ner, the judges will review the ac-
complishments of each of the
award nominees in a wide-range of
civic and professional activities.
The local cosmetologist selected
by the judges will receive a cita-
tion for his or her accomplish-
ments, and will become eligible to
compete in the state-wide competi-
tions to select an outstanding cos-
metologist in Florida.
Similar community leadership
competitions are being held thru-
out the nation by affiliates of the
National Hairdressers and Cosme-
tologists Association. After selec-
tion of award winners at the local
and state levels, one national
award winner will be named by
the national professional associa-


ney David Carl Gaskin. tion, at its annual convention in
In determining the award win- Cleveland, Ohio, July 21, 1964.


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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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I AM A CANDIDATE
for te officeof

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
(pidPolitical Adv.)


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B. R. Gibson Jr. President Gulf training", Gibson said, "we can ex- tion about training.
Cancer Society Will County Unit for this year's Cru- pect a most successful Crusade. "We need volunteers and we
Sil 1 sade will concentrate on more ef- surpassing last year's quota of must saturate the community with
Begin Drive April 1 fective training of volunteers to funds, and the use of educational life-saving information if we are
do the door-to-door bell ringing leaflets distributed." to do the job to the community's
The annual American Cancer which is so important in raising Mr. Gibson urged all those wish- welfare, I am sure the people will
Society Crusade to save more lives funds and educating the public ing to volunteer "in this vital respond with enthusiasm out of
through research, education and in ways to protect themselves from struggle against possible death a sence of duty and compassion for
service will be launched, in Port death from cancer. from cancer" to contact him, at peoples' lives."
St. Joe on April 1. "Against this background of 227-2121 or 227-7421 for informa-



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Roland Cadana Is

Assigned to Tyndall
SHEPPARD AFB, Tex.-Air-
man Third Class Roland J. A. Ca-
bana, son of Mrs. Jeanne D. Cadana
of 702 Tangelo St. New Port Rick-
ey, Fla., is being reassigned to
Tyndall AFB, Fla., following his
graduation from the technical
training course for United States
Air Force data processing machine
operators hara.
Airman Cabana was trained in
control panel wiring and the oper-
ation of punched card data proces-
sing machines used in statistical
offices.
The airman, whose father, Jose-
ph A. A. Cabana, resides at 1010
Palm Blvd. Port St. Joe Fla. atten-
ded Gulf High School, New Port
Richey.


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-
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

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 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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rHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1964


Social Security

Payments Due
Convinced that many household
workers aren't being reported for
Social Security, two government
agencies have begun an education-
al program in the Panhandle area.
Working in cooperation with the
Internal Revenue Service, the So-
cial Security Administration is mail
ing letters to over 1200 homeown-
ers in the Panhandle area. These
letters remind people of their ob-
ligation to report workers covered
by Social Security.
The respoce to letters already
mailed has been surprising, accord-
ing to John V. Carey, District Man-
ager of the Panama City Social
Security Office. "Many of these
folks didn't know they must report
their household workers. Once in-
formed, many are anxious to ap-
ply with the law," he said.
Maids, cooks, yardmen, and other
household workers come under
Social Security if their cash wages
total $50 or more in a calendar
in a calendar quarter, a household
quarter. Since there are 13 weeks


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rifH STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
Tuesday, March 10, 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, Leo Kennedy
S. C. Player, and A. J. Strickland.
The Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, Road
Superintendent, Mosquito Control
Supervisor, Civil Defence Director
and the Gulf County Officer were
also present.
The meeting came to order at
9:00 A. M. Commissioner Graham
opened the meeting with prayer.
Minutes of February llth, 20th,
and 25th, were read, approved and
adopted.
Mrs. Juanita Stokes appeared be-
fore the Board and requested the
County to consider constructing
a short road from East Chipola
Drive across lot 10 in Block three
of Stoke's Dead Lakes Camp to en-
able one home owner to get to his
home without driving across sev-
eral lots owned by others. After
discussion, the chairman said that
the Board would look into this mat-
ter and inform her what could be
done to correct this problem.
Mrs. Margaret Stripling appear-
ed before the Board and informed
the Commissioners that John Hen-
ry Pridgeon has recently sold his
farm in Wewahitchka and the new
owner has closed the road that
runs across the farm to her apiary
which is located on the East side
of said farm. She then requested
the County to construct a road to
her Apiary across other laids that
rights-of-way have been promised.
The Chairman said the Board will
have its Road Superintendent to
check the most feasible route be-
fore obtaining the right-of-way.
A statement claiming damages to
Harden's Dairy in the amount of
$891.85. (A statement of charge is
on file in the Clerk's Office).
The attorney advised the Board
that no consideration should be
given this matter, but that the a-
bove statement should be mailed to

Vote For and Elect
T. D. (Doc
WHITFIELD
County Commissioner
District I
"A Candidate for the PEOPLE
of Gulf County"
Your Vote and Support will
be Appreciated

I am a candidate for re-election
to the office of Clerk of Circuit
Court of Gulf County. I am for-
ever mindful of the trust placed
in me by the people of our Coun-
ty and I pledge to never act in
a way that would be displeasing.
I will continue my every effort
to give Gulf County -'he out-
standing and courteous service
enjoyed since its creation.
Thank you for your continued
support.
Sincerely
GEORGE Y. CORE


Clerk of Circuit Court


THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1964


the Florida State Board of Health
for consideration at that level. The
Chairman instructed the attorney
to forward copies of said Statement
to the proper State Board of Health
Officials.
Dr. W. D. Lowery, Gulf County
Health Officer, came before the
Board to offer copies of letters
written to Harden's Dairy with re-
ference to Mr. Harden's statements
however, the Chairman announced
that under the attorneys ruling,
this Board will not consider this
matter but that it has been refer-
ed to the State Board of Health.
The State Road Department pre-
sented proposed typical Section of
Job 51580-02-42, being 1.565 miles
streets in Wewahitchka. Upon mo-
tion of Commissioners Strickland,
seconded by Commissioner Graham
and duly carried, said typical sec-
tion was approved.
The Health Department present-
ed its narrative report of monthly
activities.
The Road Superintendent hav-
ing requested bids for labor on
installing electrical wiring at the
County Garage, the following bids
were received: Ira Hancock,
$30.00; J. D. Atwell, $45.00.
Whereupon, the Board voted to
employ the low bidder, Ira Han-
cock to do this work.
Rev. J Hill, County Service
Officer tendered his resignation
effective March 15, 1964, his rea-
son being because he is moving to
another State. After much discus-
soin and praise for Mr. Hill's work
and accomplishments as Service
Officer, there was a motion by Com-
missioner Kennedy, seconded by
Commissioner Graham and unani-
mously carried that resignation be
accepted and that Mr. Albert T.
Thames be employed to fill this
position under the same terms and
salary as Mr. Hill was employed.
The Farm Agent and Road Depart
ment filed reports for February.
The Board voted to pay the Un-
iversity of Florida Hospital, Gain-
sville, Florida, $75.00 for Mrs. Jen-
nie Sirmons' treatment.


CECIL G. COSTING, Jr.
for
State Senator
5th District
10 Years Continuous Service
in Florida Legislature. Did
not seek re-election in 1962.
15 Years as Practicing At-
torney.
A Prov-n Record of Public
Service.
Should you elect me as your
Senator, I will be firmly dedi-
cated to serve the people of
the 5th District honestly and
impartially. It is my feeling
that this office is a public
trust and not for private gain
and I will maintain close con-
tact with the people of our
District so that I will be in-
formed of their views on leg-
islative matters.
I respectfully solicit your
vote and support
CECIL G. COSTIN, Jr.
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)


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MINUTES of the

BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION


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
way with your support. But let
me say that my desire is stronger
than ever to serve the people of
Gulf County. To help make our
county one of the best in all the
state.
I humbely urge all of you who
supported me then to do so again.
To help me get the support of
others, so that we can all com-
bine our efforts in one strong un-
relenting, unpretentious group. For
the purpose to which we must de-
dicate our selves to make Gulf
county a better County, and a more
properous county for every one
concerned.
If you elect me your county
Commisisoner I do hereby pledge
my self to this purpose and with
your help and support we can do
it. When I say your County Com-
missioner, that is exactly what I
mean. For I sincerely feel that if
you the people elect me. It is my
obligation to be the peoples Com-
missioner. By that, I mean that
I will at all times have the peoples'
interest in mind. I will at all times
be concentrating my efforts to full-
fill my obligations, and my desires
to 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
toward accomplishing these aims.
Don't guess vote for Jess and
he'll do the Rest.
(Paid Pol. Adv.)


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FRI., MARCH 20
FREEPORT
10:00 A.M. to 10:30 A.M.
NICEVILLE & VALPARAISO
11:15 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
FT. WALTON BEACH
1:30 P.M. to 3:00 P.M.
PENSACOLA
5:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.


corporation income taxes. and other excise taxes and customs "In addition to the above a-
"The estate and gift tax total $146 million. mounts paid in taxes, Floridians
paid in Florida came to $59 mil- "Together these taxes represent paid $330 million into the social
lion; alcoholic beverage tax $103 about 20 per cent of the total per- security trust fund and $98 million
million; tobacco taxes $61 million sonal income of Floridians. into the highway trust fund.


The board accepted a right of
way deed from Modern Homes Con-
struction Company for Right of
way on the old Panama City High-
way.
The Clerk informed the Board
that he now has the application
and other pertinent information
as to the purchase of lot 10, sec-
tion 31, Township six South, Range
11 West. After discussion, the
Chairman appointed Commissioner
Kennedy to nominate a committee
composed of several Gulf County
Citizens for the purpose of present
ing a master plan for the use of
said land for public recreation un-
der provisions of (74 Statutes
899,42USC 869). The recommenda-
tion to be considered at the next
meeting.
The following names were added
to the Indigent roll: Frances Baker;
$15.00; R. E. Davis, $15.00; Pearl
G. Chumney, $15.00; Lottie Pitts,
$15.00; Ethel Lanier, $15.00; Nath-
aniel Way, $15.00.
The following names were remov-
ed: Betty Nunery, $15.00; Ernest
Hoover, $15.00.
The Board voted to pay the Wewa
Rexall Drug Company, $15.00 for
perscriptions for Indigent Rogers.
The Board voted to give Hildon
Sewell $15.00 for two months and
Dorothy Forehand $10.00 for one
month and $15.00 for two months.
These payments for grocery orders.
The Chairman called a special
meeting for March 20, 1964, at
6:00 P.M. for the purpose of adopt-
ing a secondary road budget for
1964-65.
The Board voted to advertise
to sell the White City Fire Depart-
ments Ford Truck, Serial No.
141643. Bids to be received April
14, 1964, at 9:00 A.M.
The Road Superintendant report-
ed that Mrs. Louella Stebel has
agreed to sell the County one acre
of land adjoining the County bor-
row pit in White City per $400.00.
The Board decided to look at this
property before taking action on
the offer.
The Board authorized the Road
Superintentent, Mosquito Control
Supervisor and Engineer to 'attend
the meeting of the State Associa-
tion of County Commissioners to
be held in Jacksonville on March
14-16, 1964.
All payrolls for the month of
February were approved and rat-
ified as paid.
All bills were presented, exam-
ined, approved and ordered paid.
There being no other business
the meeting adjourned.
George Y. Core, Clerk
James G. McDaniel, Chairman

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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Floridians Paid $2

Billion In Taxes
Floridians paid a tax bill of
$2,031,000,000 to the federal gov-
erment in all types of taxes, both
direct and indirect, during the past
fiscal year, the Florida State Cham-
ber of Commerce reported in its
Weekly Business Review released
yesterday.
"Federal tax collections within
any state do not represent the true
amount of taxes paid within that
state. For example, the principal
federal taxes on alcohol and tobac-
co products and automobiles are
collected in the states where they
are manufactured but are paid in
the price of the states in Florida
and any state where they are even-
tually sold. Likewise, people in
other states are out of pocket for
some of the federal taxes paid by
Florida manufacturers.
"Corporation taxes are another
example for owners of shares of
stock pay the taxes indirectly
through lowered dividends but the
taxes are collected at the home of-
fice location of a corporation.
"A recent study made by the
National Tax Foundation, Inc. has
apportioned the share of taxes ac-
tually paid by the people resident
in each state.
"A breakdown of the Florida to-
tal, based on the Foundation's for-
mula, shows that Floridians paid
$1,026,000,000 in federal individual
income taxes and $636 million in


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Buttermilk, Non-fat Milk,
Low-fat Milk, Chocolate Milk
Butter, Eggs, Oleo, Fruit
Juices.

Pick up these fine Borden's Dairy
Products at your favorite Super
Market or call us, collect, for home
delivery.


Harden's


BORDEN DAIRY PRODUCTS

Dial 639-2356 Wewahitchka, Fla.


SAT., MARCH 21
MILTON
1:00 P.M. to 1:45 P.M.
CRESTVIEW
2:45 P.M. to 3:30 P.M.
DeFUNIAK SPRINGS
4:15 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.
CHIPLEY
5:45 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.
PANAMA CITY
8:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.


MON., MARCH 23
WEWAHITCHKA
8:00 A.M. to 9:00 A.M., CST
PORT ST. JOE
10:30 A.M. to 11:30, EST
APALACHICOLA
12:15 P.M. to 1:15, EST
CARRABELLE
1:45 P.M. to 2:45, EST
SOPCHOPPY
3:15 P.M. to 4:00, EST
CRAWFORDVILLE
4:30 P.M. to 7:00, EST


TUES., MARCH 24
MAYO
10:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M.
BRANFORD
12:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.
TRENTON
1:30 P.M. to 2:00 P.M.
HIGH SPRINGS
3:00 P.M. to 3:30 P.M.
GAINESVILLE
4:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.


PERRY
8:30 P.M. to ?, EST


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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH


C. Byron Smith, Pastor


Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ..--....-------...... 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ... 7:30 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


*


FREE! GO SEE THE "REBELS QUARTET"


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA

REID AVENUE

10:30 A.M. to 11:30 A.M., E.S.T.

MONDAY, MARCH 23


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ENJOY THEIR UPLIFTING


MUSIC AND MEET SENATOR


--CHECK THIS COMPLETE SCHEDULE!...SEE 'EM ALL!


I am a candidate for the office of
County Commissioner
DISTRICT 5
I promise, if I
Ml k am elected to
work for the
good and pro-
gress of Gulf
S. I N County and al-
v '. ways keeping in
mind that I am
a servant of all
the people.

Wm. B. McCroan
Your Vote and Support will be
appreciated.
(Paid Political Adv.)


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.* .7 Specials for March 18,19,20 and 21
BEE BEEF FREEZER SALE *
;tIHALF BEEF-------- pound 45c


FORE QUARTER ......... pound
HIND QUARTER------pound
PORK LOINS ------- pound


39c
55c
39c


Cut and Wrapped, Ready To Put In Your
Freezer
Use Our Budget Plan Pay Later!


SHOULDER ROUND

Roast
CHUCK

STEAK
BRISKET

STEW


Fresh -- SINGLE POUND 39c

Ground Beef


LB.

49c
LB.
49c
LB.
19c


3 L 99c


POUND

69c


BONELESS STEW

BEEF

STEAK
BEEF SHORT

RIBS


LB.

59c

59c
LB.

29c


POUND
79c


BEEF

Chuck Roast


39c


IKN URZE FOODS
Hi Acres -6 Oz. Cans
Orange Juice 3 Cans89c
20 Oz. Poly Pkg.
Pole Beans 47c
Morton's Frozen
DINNER 2for 79c
2 Lb. Poly Bag Crinkle Cut
Potatoes 2 Pkgs. 69c








FRESH RED PINT
Strawberries 29c
CELLO PKG. 2 LB. BAG
CARROTS 15c
NEW CROP 2 LBS.
POLE BEANS 29c


Long Stem Blooming
GLADIOLI


doz. 39c


Double Grand Prize Stamps Every Day


Candy Dish
CANDY-----BUY TWO


GET ONE PACKAGE
JELLY DROPS FREE!


Gerber's
STRAINED BABY FOOD 6 Jars 59c
Scott
TA BLE NAPKINS 2pkgs. 23c
MUELLER'S ELBOW
Macaroni 2 Pkgs. 23c
Aurora
TOILET TISSUE 2 roll pkg. 21c
Kudos
C ORNED BEE F 12 oz. can 43c
Heinz
TOMATO SOUP 2 cans 21c
SHASTA CANNED
Soft Drink 6 FOR 43c
With Spaghetti or Mushroom Sauce
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE DINNERS 43c
All Purpose
PE AT 2'cu. ft. $1.39 4 cu. ft. $2.69
8-8-8 Formula
FERT I LI ZER 501b. bag $1.49
KING BIRD
SALMON Tall 49c
Kraft
GRAPE JELLY 18oz.jar 31c
SUGARLESS SWEETENER
Sweet Ten 89c
100 Free Grand Prize Stamps -- No Coupon Needed


DOMINO

CANE SUGAR
5 LB. Amit 1
BAG 4 With $.%00


MAXWELL HOUSE

COFFEE
Pound Limit59
BAG With $5.00
Order or More
LARGE BOX

:FAB

25c
BAKERITE

SHORTENING
3 LB.49c
CAN


POUND


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DISCOUNT


FOODLINER


Port St. Joe, Florida
THESE PRICES GOOD ALL DAY WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY
SATURDAY, MARCH 18 THRU 21


CANE
SUGAR
(With $7.50 Order)
5 LB. c
BAG 59C7


DRY DETERGENT
FAB
(With $7.50 Order)
GIANT 59C
PKG.


MAYONNAISE
BAMA BAMA
Quart 49c Pint 27cI


BLACKBURN CANE
Syrup
Half 55C
Gallon 55C


PAL PEANUT
Butter
Jaro 39c


SIRLOIN or

Round


For tasty, tender steak
with budget-saving
economy, serve Table.
Rite Round Stk I


Lb.


TABLERITE BLADE CUT ROAST

Chuck
TABLERITE BONELESS
SHOULDER ROAST
TABLERITE LEAN
GROUND CHUCK
TABLERITE
RIB or BRISKET STEW


Stea






Ib. 3e

Ib. 59c
Ib. 69c

31bs. $1.00


TABLERITE GROUND
BEEF
3 Lbs. $1.00


U K r -a


ARMOUR With Beans
CHILI


Large Can
33c


IGA YELLOW CLING
Peaches
No. 2/V2
Can 33c
STOKELEY EARLY
Garden PEAS
2No. 303 45c
STOKELY CUT
Green Beans


2No. 303
Cans


29c


STOKELY
Cream Corn


5No.303
Cans


88c


Mo-Biscuit (With Free Gift) 10 Lbs.
Flour 88c

Vita Food Apple-20 oz. 3 JARS
Jelly 88c

Ice Each
Chest $1.99

GORDON'S PWITO
Sticks
TALL Ir c
CAN

NATIONAL BISCUIT
Saltines

unBox 29c


Van Camp's Grated-6 oz. 2 CANS
TUNA 43c

Kleenex Family, box of 60 2 FOR
Napkins 29c

GET YOUR EASTER
Candy Here!


[GA Ice-Half Gal. 2 FOR
MILK 88c

All Flavors Soft CTN.
Drinks 43c

Swansdown Cake 3 BOXES
Mixes 89c


TABLEFRESH PRODUCE
U. S. NO. 1

Potatoes

10 .ag39C
JUICY FLORIDA FRESH CRISP
ORANGES 49c CARROTS
DOZEN CELLO BAG


SCOTT COUNTY
Pork & Beans

Cans 3 7c


ARGO BABY


ARGO BABY
Green Limas

2 No. 303 c
Cans 3J r, c


JUMBO SIZE HERSHEY'S
Instant Cocoa


BOX


89c


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