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 Material Information
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: April 2, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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1 S MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
O C It where we can speak with It
T H E ST A once In a while--Trade with
PER CO P Y your home town merchants

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

TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1964 NUMBER 29


Oil Refinery Looking for Gulf Location


Chamber Told Large



Plant Consid t. Joe

Chamber of Commerce President, George G. Tapper, told members Tuesday night
at the annual dinner meeting for officer installation, that Port St. Joe is being considered
as the location for a $60 million oil refining plant. According to the report from Tap-
per, the industry would begin operation with approximately 500 employees. The refin-
ery is looking for a Gulf location for importing and refining foreign crude oil.
Tapper reported that the indus-
try was requesting a location in ..... .. .. '
which it could have access to a .
deep water port and at least 2,000 OFFICE
acres of land in one parcel. ,. ."
Port St. Joe has these attributes. -'" '(
In-addition to the refinery jobs, ,.,. '" ', .- ., '
the industry would provide all the : RT ST. JOE. FLA.
jobs necessary in receiving and .-
shipping raw material and finish- '*m'- n-e---a u .....
ed products.
Tapper read a letter from R. C. .. "
Brent, vice-president of the St. Joe .. ,.-
Paper Company, which assured ie,
the chamber that land will be made
available for any responsible indus-
try wishing to locate here. The let-
ter said, in part: "Our desire is to
encourage industry to locate in
Port St. Joe and Gulf County".
Tapper said that at present the
Chamber is preparing maps of the &d
land available and the harbor for -
forwarding to the concern for stu- .........


dy.
The Chamber president reported
that the concern was primarily in-
terested in the available land, the
"deep water and a smaller commun-
ity. "We fit all three requirements"
he said.
New Officers Installed
Outgoing president, B. Roy Gib-
son, Jr., introduced Tapper as, new
president of the Chamber with the,
observation that Port St. Joe's last
new industry came during Tap-
per's last tenure as president and
that he hoped history could be re-
-peated in this area.
Tapper in turn introduced the
new officers for the coming year:
Bob Fox, secretary; Charles Stev-
ens, Jr., treasurer and directors
Bill Whaley, J. P. Fleishel, Dr.
Wayne Hendrix, J. Lamar Miller
and Harry Saunders. The new pres-
ident also introduced Joe Dowd
who will serve as non-paid execu-


Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce
officers pose outside the new headquarters
of the Chamber, beside the Post Office,
Left to right are, past president Roy
Gibson, Director Bill Whaley, president


Playgrounds, Streets and High-
ways, Education, Labor and Air
Port. Members of these commit-
tees will be named at a later date.
Guest Speaker
Guest speaker for the dinner
meeting was Ed Larson, state trea-
surer and insurance commissioner.


tive secretary for the coming year. Larson delivered an address con-


Dowd will operate the Chamber's
new office, next door to the Post
Office.
The president urged that every-
one support the Chamber during
the coming year with new mem-
berships, both business and pri-
vate. He stated that he would ap-
point four new committees this
year. They will be: Parks and


We take both Life and Saturday
Evening Post magazines.
They come each week by sub-
scription.
We take them, because regard-
less of whether they agree with us
or not, and feeling that we have
sense enough to disregard the ob-
viously "rigged" stories, we enjoy
their news coverage and articles.
Life in particular has a top-notch
staff of photographers. If you do
not think so, just you try to get
an original, un-posed photograph
of anyone. It is next to impossible
to do. Yet, the great majority of
Life's photos are unposed. Truly
candid shots.
But both Life and Post outdid
themselves the other week.
Life, true to their tradition of
picturing the unusual, really strain-
* ed a point. It must have taken the
entire staff to capture such a coup
as they presented on their cover.
Only in Life have we seen a pic-
ture of Cassius Clay with his
mouth shut.
Post did just the opposite. They
presented a picture essay of Paris
at night with a bunch of double,
triple and quadruple exposure junk


cerning Florida's attempt to keep
up with the growth of population
in the state. Larson said that, in
view of Florida's tremendous in-
flux of citizens during the past few
years, that the state is doing very
well in providing needed services
in every area.
About 200 members and guests
attended Tuesday's meeting.


F


that no person could call photog-
raphy. We throw such negatives in
the waste basket as not worthy of
a piece of photographic. But Post
devoted full color pages that sell
to advertisers for upwards of $24,-
000 to these monstrosities. Either
Butts truly has Post confused or
some photographer did a real snow
job of his mistakes.

Don't you think it just a bit
ironic that the first man to sail
around the earth in space from
the U. S. and never get a
scratch should be hospitaliz-
ed for a month by a fall in the
bathtub?
And yet, safety directors are
constantly preaching and preach-
ing about safety in the home and
we ignore them.
How is John going to explain
to his grandchildren that he par-
formed his historic feat, but was
kept from (actively) running in
politics by a wayward bar of bIth
soap.

In listening to the preachefi of
the revival services out at our
(Continued On Page 6)


Saturday Deadline
For Registration
This Saturday is the last
day for citizens to register to
vote in the up-coming May 5
Primary elections.
Books for Port St. Joe area
precincts are located in the
office of Addison Insurance
Agency on Monument Ave.
The office will be open all
day Thursday, Friday and
Saturday for the convenience
of those who have not yet reg-
istered, but wish to do so.


George Tapper, Sec., Bob Fox, Director J.
Lamar Miller, Director Cecil Curry, Direc-
tor J. P. Fleishel and Director Harry H.
Saunders. (* photo)


Cancer Drive Program Is Kicked

Off This Morning At Breakfast Meet


A kick-off breakfast for the vol-
unteers working for the Gulf
County Chapter of the American
Cancer Society will be held this
morning at 8:00 a.m. at the Epis-
copal Parish House.
The breakfast will inaugurate the
house to house campaign which
will begin immediately.
Workers are urged to be present
and receive their equipment.
A short address will be given by
George Y. Core. A film entitled,
"Tell Your Neighbor", will also be
shown.
Drive Chairman, R. G. Vervaeke
has planned several activities for
the month of April to bring the
drive to a successful conclusion.
Saturday of this week mem-
bers of the Port St. Joe High
School Key Club and Future
Homemakers of America will op-
erate a roadblock for the Can-
cer drive. Citizens are urged to
give generously to this cause.


History Course Set
For Night School
A course on the History of Flor-
ida will be taught at the Port St.
Joe High School on Monday and
Thursday nights beginning on Ap-
ril 20.
Dr. Cushman, of Tallahassee, will
be the instructor and classes will
be held from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.
Registration blanks may be se-
cured from the office of H. E. Rich-
ards, County Supervisor, upstairs
in the Centennial Building.


Causey Home Burns
In White City Sunday
Fire destroyed the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Causey in White
City Sunday morning.
The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Department was called on to as-
sist the White City Volunteers at
6:30 Sunday morning.
Upon arrival by the local depart-
ment, the house was found to be a
total loss.
Cause of the fire was unknown.


County Asks

For Paving In

St. Joe Area
The Board of County Commission


Seon In P lio Vaccine




Series Set for Sunday


The Clinics will be set up in all
Gulf County schools as on March 1 and
the hours will be from 1:00 to 5:00 P.M.
The vaccine will be dropped on a lump of
sugar and taken by mouth as before.
Even though you have received Type
I vaccine you still must take Types II
and III for complete immunity. Dr. Hen-
drix urges all those who did not receive
Type I to take Types II and III and see
their family doctor about Type I.
In the event you have lost your im-
munization card, do not let this keep you
away as new cards will be issued to re-
place the lost ones.
To help save time and for your con-
venience, cut out the request form and
fill out before you come to the Clinic.
A 25c donation will be asked again to
help defray the expenses of the program.

ORAL POLIOMYELITIS VACCINE
REQUEST FORM
he name and age of every member of your family
ke the vaccine. Physicians of the Poliomyelitis Pro-
heir assistants are hereby requested and authorized
er Oral Poliomyelitis Vaccine to the persons whose
ar below:


Type II oral Polio vaccine will be giv-
en this Sunday, April 5, instead of Type
III as previously scheduled, according to
Dr. Wayne Hendrix, Chairman, Gulf
County Medical Association. Dr. Hen-
drix stated* that due to the demand for
Type III vaccine across the nation to
complete other community programs it
was impossible to secure enough to im-
munize Gulf County from the manufac-
turers at this time. As these communi-
ties have completed both Type I and
Type II, the manufacturers were able to
supply Type II from their storage. Dr.
Hendrix, as well as all the doctors in Gulf
County stressed the fact that it does not
matter in which order the vaccine is
taken as each type provides immuniza-
tion against one of the three known types
of Polio.

Two Cars In
Collision Saturday
Please list t
Two autos were seriously dam- who will tal
aged and two were treated at the gram and ti
Municipal Hospital for bruises and to administe
sprains as a result of a two car col- names appeal
lision Saturday night at 10:15 p.m.
on the Garrison Avenue extension.
According to State Trooper Ken NAME-
Murphy, both Leslie Nichols, Jr., NAME-
and James A. White were traveling
North on the street when Nichols NAME-
made a left turn as White was at- NAME-
tempting to pass.
White's car, a Volkswagen bus NAME-
skidded for 42 feet and traveled an NAME-
additional 123 feet before turning
over. The auto driven by Nichols
didn't turn over.
White was accompanied by his
wife and five children. Nichols,
was traveling with three other
youths. (Date)
White and his wife were admit-
ted to the Municipal Hospital and
released after treatment.
Trooper Murphy said that Nich- Li s Se
ols was charged with an improper .10 S Se
turn as outlined by section 317.291
of the Florida Traffic Code. Cancer
B. R. Gibson
Boyles Observing 18th the Gulf County
Anniversary This Week ican Cancer
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Age
Age
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Age
ADDRESS-

Parent (or Guardian)


(Address of Parent)


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iim

n, Jr., chairman of
y Unit of the Amer-
Society, was guest
Lion's Club meet-
Mr. Gibson, armed
figures as well as a
ery effective presen-
ions in advance of
g crusade which be-
, April 1.
Society film, "The
covered the work of
nd explained how


cancer can be controlled if detect-
ed in its early stages.
The Lion's Club sight conserva-
tion committee reported the pur-
chase of 11 pairs of glasses for
children at a cost to the club of
$113.00. During the past 12 months
the Club has bought glasses in the
amount of $199.00 for deserving
children in the Port St. Joe area.
Fead Ethridge and W. S. Quar-
les, Sr., have been inducted as new
members of the club and E. T.
Pridgeon, Sr., was re-instated as a
member of the local club. Guests
at the luncheon meeting Monday
were Bill Findley of the St. Joe
Container Division and Allen Scott
of Port St. Joe High School.


Age---
Age
Age


has presented a resolution to the iClLI u y is, l U i-
ma are celebrating their 18th year
State Road Department requesting in business in Port St. Joe this
road projects for the 1965 budget month.
year, which begins July 1, 1964. Boyles was founded in 1946 at
Included in the request is sev- the same location in which they
eral new streets and several re- now do business, although the
surfacing jobs for the City of Port building doesn't look the same.
St. Joe. Boyles is observing their anni-
Included in the request for new versary in the typical Boyles man-
construction in Port St. Joe are ner with a huge store-wide
the following streets: Avenue A, sale.
from Battle to Garrison; Avenue B Just take a look at page three of
from Battle to North Park; North this issue of The Star for more in-
Park from Avenue C to Avenue A; formation on Boyles big sale.
Avenue F from Hodrick to Peters;
Avenue G from Main to East end
of street; Baltzell Avenue from Prince and Princess Shop
First to Second street. Sold To Mrs. Lawrence
Resurfacing jobs requested for
Port St. Joe are: Ownership of a Port St. Joe busi-
Sixth Street from Monument to ness changed hands this week.
Woodward; 13th Street from Mon- Mrs. Ethel Westbrook and Mrs.
ument to Woodward; 7th Street, W. M. Howell sold their Prince and
from Monument to Woodward; Balt- Princess Shop to Mrs. Frances
zell from 2nd to 5th Street; Wood- Lawrence.
ward Avenue from 1st to 5th Mrs. Lawrence assumed owner-
Street; Woodward Avenue from ship of the business yesterday. She
19th to 16th Street; Palm Boule- will be closed today and tomorrow
vard from 10th to 14th Street; 4th installing new stock and making
Street from Woodward to St. Jo- changes in the store.
seph Bay; Hunter Circle, Garrison The store will re-open, under its
Avenue to Garrison; 11th Street new ownership, Saturday morning.
from Monument to Long; 8th
Street from Monument to Wood-
ward and 12th Street from Monu- Mother of Local Woman
ment to Long. Passes Away In Starke
The county expects to receive ap- Mrs. Merle Fountain Sanders,
proximately $210,000.00 coming age 71, of Starke, passed away at
from state funds to construct these her residence on Thursday, March
and other projects requested. 26, following a short illness.
rShe is survived by her husband,
Educational Study George E. Sanders, of Starke;
Committee To Meet eight children, including Mrs.
James W. Johnson of Highland
The meeting of the County Edu- View.
national Study Committee has been Funeral services were held Sun-
changed. The group will meet this day afternoon at 2:30 p.m. from
Thursday, April 2, at the Washing- the First Christian Church of
ton High School in Port St. Joe at Starke with burial in the Long
7:00 p.m., EST. Branch Cemetery of Maxville, Fla.


speaker at tne
ing on Monday.
with facts and
film, made a ve
station to the L
the fund-raising
gan Wednesday
The Cancer
Million Club", (
the Society a:


Super Market Gives Away Pony










AND' i.


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Posing above beside the pony given last Saturday by
Rich's Super Market are, left to right, David Rich, Mary
Helen Rich, Harold Kirkland and E. J. Rich. Sitting on the
pony is Mitch Rich and standing is Billy Rich. The pony
was given to Randy Cook, age 7, of Apalachicola, who was
not present at the drawing. (- Photo)


Etaoin


Shrdlu

By WESLEY R. RAMSEY











Methodist

Women Meet
The Twenty Fourth Annual
Meeting of the Alabama West Flor-
ida Conference Women's Society
of Christian Service of the Metho-
dist Church will be held in the
First Methodist Church, Eufaula,
Ala. April first the meeting is
"Come Ye" and will be presided
over by Mrs. J. T. Allen, presi-
dent, of Cromwell, Ala.
Highlights of the meeting will
be an address by Miss Ruth Har-
ris, Secretary of Student Work of
the Women's Division of Chris-
,tian Service. She will also lead a
worship service in song on Thurs-
day morning. A duel address by
Misses Louise and Mathilde Killing-
worth, return missionaries from
China and Malaya. A concert by
the Wesley Foundation Choir of
Auburn, Alabama will be given
during the morning.
Reports will be given by Con-
ference officers and by the presi-
dents of the nine districts. Of spec-
ial interest will be a panel "Do
You Know" telling of the work of
the community centers and rural
work of the Woman's Society.
The meeting will adjourn on
Thursday afternoon, April second.
All members of the Woman's
Society of Christian Service of the
Conference are cordially invited to
attend.

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FRI. SAT. SUN.
FUN FOR ALL!


Mr. and Mrs. Cawthon Wil-
liams announce the engagement
and approaching marriage of
their daughter, Wanda Jean to
James Wilmoth Gibson, Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Gib-
son, Sr., of this city.
The wedding will be an event
of June 6, at 3:00 p.m. in the
Long Avenue Baptist Church in
Port St. Joe.
No invitations are being sent
locally but all friends and rela-


MEXICO BEACH


tives of the couple are invited to
attend the wedding,


Golden Agers

Attend Revival
The Golden Agers met and went
in a group to the revival services
at the Long Avenue Baptist Church
Monday night.
Those enjoying the spiritual mes-
sage were Mrs. Iva Williams, Des-
sie Lee Parker, Elizabeth Montgom-
ery, Alma Vanlandingham, Mrs. W,
J. Daughtry, Mrs. Calla Perritt,
Mrs. Ivey Williams, Mrs. Ellen
Kirkland, Mrs. J. F. Daniell, Mr.
Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Owens,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brooks, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Fillingim and Mr. and
Mrs. H. T. Brinson.
On April 6, Mr. and Mrs. George
Tapper will entertain the Golden
Agers in their home at 1600 Consti-
tution Drive.


Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe High School
Monday April 6
Spaghetti and meat sauce Slaw,
Snap beans, White cake, Milk,
Bread and butter.
Tuesday April 7
Fried Chicken, Macaroni salad,
sliced tomato, English peas, Sliced
peaches, Milk, Bread and butter.
Wednesday April 8
Meat loaf, Rice with tomato
sauce, Field peas with snaps, Muf-
fin bread and butter, Cabbage slaw
Milk.
Thursday April 9
Chili dogs, Corn, Toased salad,
Sweet potato pudding with white
topping, Milk, Bread and butter.
Friday April 10
Fish, Hush puppies, Slaw, Navy
beans, Fruit jiuce, Milk, Bread and
butter.
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday April 6
Beef Hash, Buttered spinach,
Carrot sticks, Chooclate Pudding,
White bread and butter Milk.
Tuesday April 7
Spaghetti and meat sauce, Green
butter beans, cabbage slaw, apple
Crisp, White bread and butter,
Milk.
Wedensday April 8
Barbecue bologna, Buttered pota-
toes, Stuffed celery, Snap beans,
Peanut butter and graham crackers
White bread and butter, Milk.
Thursday April 9
Fried chicken, English peas,
Lettuce and tomato salad, Sliced
peaches, White bread and butter
Milk.


Friday April 10
Tuna Fish salad, Potato sticks,
Pick-up salad, Fruit Jello, Ritz
crackers, White bread and butter
Milk.
Visiting With Parents
Miss Catherine Duren, student
Gulf Park College, Long Beach,
Miss., spent the Spring holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.
W. Duren.
Visitors of Frank Pates
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Pate and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pate, Sr., of
Andalusia, Ala., were the recent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pate.
SELL THAT 'WHITE ELEPHANT
WITH A STAR CLASSIFIED


Hospital Auxiliary Offers Thanks for

Many Items Donated to Thrift Shop


The Hospital Auxiliary wishes to
thank all those who have contrib-
uted to the Thrift Shop recently.
Danley Furniture Co., Hurlbut
Furniture a n d Appliance Co.,
Boyles Department Store, St. Joe
Hardware Co., Costin's Depart-
ment Store, St. Joe Furniture and
Appliance Co., Roche's Furniture
and Appliances, 0. M. Webb's 5c
and 10c Store, Deluxe Cleaners,
Marvin's Standard Station and the
many individuals who have donat-
ed good merchandise which has
been sold at the Thrift Shop.
Mrs. Perce Fleishel, Mrs. Gan-
non Buzzett or Mrs. Charles Stev-
ens, Jr., may be contacted and
will pick up contributions of used
clothing and home articles. Mer-
chants may call Mrs. J. Lamar Mil-
ler.
Mrs. Tom Coldewey, Mrs. Cecil
Costin, Jr., Mrs. Tommy Hutchins,
Mrs. Dave Jones, Mrs. Wade Bar-
rier, Mrs. Dave May, Mrs. John
Robert Smith and Mrs. Hubert
Richards will keep the Thrift Shop
during April.
Mrs. Richard Porter, treasurer,
reports that almost all members
have paid their dues up to date.
Members who have not paid dues
are requested to send them to Mrs.
Porter.
The Auxiliary hopes to report
100% dues paid in the near future.
All proceeds are used for the
Municipal Hospital.
Visiting In Atlaptq
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hewett are
visiting this week in Atlanta, Ga.,
with their sister and family, Mr.
and Mrs. M. L. Hewett.


Richter Richards
Wedding Told
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richter of
Highland View announce the mar-
riage of their daughter, Louise, to
Ward 0. Richards, son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. 0. Richards, also of High-
land View.
The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. James W. Howard of Ma-
con, Georgia, in his home, March
24.
The couple are both graduates
of Port St. Joe High School. They
will make their home in Macon
where Mr. Richards is affiliated
with the National Cash Register
Company.


DePuy Whitfield

Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence DePuy
of West Palm Beach announce
the engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter, Peg-
gy to Robert Whitfield, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ted L. Whitfield,
Highland View, Port St. Joe.
The prospective bride is the
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Rolan Hardy of Overstreet.
The wedding will be an event
of July 25 at 4:00 p.m. in the
Highland View Baptist Church.
No local invitations are being
sent, but all friends and relatives
of the couple are cordially in-
vited to attend.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1964

Guests of Odums St. Augustine, spent the last week
David Odum and Miss Karen end visiting with Rev. and Mrs. J.
Lundquist, students at Ouachita C. Odum.
Baptist College in Arkadelphia,
Arkansas, and Chuck Sterling from MOVE THE COURTHOUSE


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Prince And Princess Shop


Now Under New Management

FRANCES LAWRENCE, Owner

WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY THURS-
DAY AND FRIDAY.


Open Saturday, April 4

REFRESHMENTS


You are extended a cordial invitation to drop
by and visit with us.


Thank You .

WE OFFER OUR THANKS to our many

friends and customers through our several

years in business in the Prince and Princess

Shop. We ask you to continue to support the

new owner, Mrs. Frances Lawrence.


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April 2, 1964

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THE STAR
Published Every Thurda At 306 Williams Avenue, Pert St. Joe, Fle t
By The Star Publlshine Cempamy
WESLEY R. AMSE Editor and Pua^r
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Phlotor per, Columnist, ePetr "r
'Reader. Bookkeper and Complant Department
DIAL 227-8161 POSoFFIC Box 8

S uttered assecond-class matter, December 19, 19.7, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.


SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, 8300 SiX MONTHS, $..75 THREE MONTHS, $127.50

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


EDITORIAL COMMENT


Cost Rumors Are


Exploded About


New Court House

With election day slightly more and owning property in the county
than a month away, it is quite pay 9.88 per cent of Gulf's taxes.
evident that more and more people All other tax payers, located for
are becoming interested in the pro- the most part in the Port St. Joe
ject of seeking to change the loca- area, pay 11.25 per cent of the
tion of Gulf County's seat. county taxes. It is from the second
This is good. and last categories of tax payers
And try as we will, we can hear that the Committee for Relocation
only two arguments against moving acquired its large number of sig-
the county seat. These are: "It will natures asking for an election to
create too many taxes (invariably move the county seat.
this argument comes from those In other words, the ones who
who are not now paying taxes) and will pay the bill want a new court-
"it will dry up poor Wewahitchka". house, and a new county seat-in
Well, in light of these arguments Port St. Joe.
we think it would do good to take THOSE WHO PAY NO TAXES
a look at some actual figures in AT PRESENT WILL NOT BE
both instances. LEVIED TAXES TO PAY OFF
HOW MUCH? A BOND ISSUE TO BUILD A


Let's just take a look at how
much a $500,000.00 courthouse will
COst the various taxpayers in Gulf
County.
'-" We think that we would be more
than safe to use the $500,000.00 fig-
tire in our presentation, since we
believe .that it has been shown in
these columns rather convincingly
in past weeks that a courthouse
and jail now under construction in
Holmes County for less than this
amount would be completely ade-
quate for Gulf County's present
and future.
Most such bond issues are sold
on a 30-year basis. They draw very
attractive interest rates, because
interest from such bonds is tax
free and a small rate of interest
tax-free will earn investors more
net return than the more tradition-
al rates of five and six per cent.
Since we have no way of know-
ing what the interest rate will be,
we will not dwell on it.
Suffice it to say it would prob-
ably be in the neighborhood of 3
per cent.
But, back to the principal fig-
ures.
Based on the figure of a $500,-
000.00 courthouse, those now pay-
ing taxes would pay approximately
$2.25 per year per each $100.00 in
taxes they are now paying, on the
principal. Since Gulf County is
eligible for Federal money in the
fallout shelter program for such
construction, this figure could be
cut in half with the granting of
Federal money for construction of
a new courthouse.
This figure is based on the bald
face of the debt. But, let's take a
closer look and see if the cost will
really come up this high.
First off, interest and principal
for county taxpayers should not
run over one mill per year. A mill
in Gulf County brings in approxi-
mately $15,000.00. Included in the
last budget of the County Commis-
sion was expenditures of $11,000.00
for maintenance of the present
courthouse for the period of a
year. Simple arithmetic will show
you how close this is to one mill.
Since a new building would have
very little to no maintenance for
several years, it .stands to reason
that taxpayers would have to
cough up a very minute sum to
pay the extra needed to pay off a
new courthouse.
WHO PAYS?
Now, who will pay these taxes?
We have figures to show you
this also. All accurate. All taken
from the tax collector's books.
To begin with, those who have
their names signed to the roster of
the "Little Taxpayers of Gulf
County", who are opposing the
move of the county seat, pay 1.01
per cent of the county's taxes. Tru-
ly, they are aptly named. Less
than a half dozen taxpayers in the
Port St. Joe area pay 77.86 per cent
of the taxes paid in Gulf county.
Those living out of Gulf County


NEW COURTHOUSE.
Let us digress a moment to ex.
plain this statement.
Most homeowners in Gulf Coun-
ty and other counties in Florida
are kept off the tax rolls by vir-
tue of homestead exemption. That
is, their homesteads are ,exempt
from taxes on* the first $5,000 val-
uation of their value. Since most
average homes are valued by the
tax assessors throughout Florida
for less than $5,000.00, they pay no
taxes. This privilege is given the
homeowners by the state consti-
tution. This situation could not be
changed unless the Legislature
changes the constitution-which
isn't likely.
The county can insist on reval-
uation, however, and raise the val-
ue of homesteads.
But let us give you a matter
brought up in January by Ed Hen-
derson, Executive Secretary of the
Florida Education Association; in
a speech in-Port St. Joe. Mr. Hen-
derson said, before the PTA, "it
is almost impossible to secure re-
valuation of real property (includ-
ing homes) in a county unless those
now exempt from paying taxes by
low valuations demand a revalua-
tion". Note, he said "those now
exempt". This is brought about
by the fact that there are more
votes exempt than there are those
that are not exempt.
Those who think that a new
courthouse will mean revaluation
are thinking of almost impossibili-
ties.
WILL WEWA DRY UP?
This is a question that has come
up and one certainly, that the
Committee for Relocation does not
want to happen.
The Committee has no ill will
toward Wewahitchka and wants it
to remain a thriving community.
Their interest is in placing the
center of county business in the
center of county population. And
72.22 per cent of Gulf County's
population is within a five mile
circle of Port St. Joe, according to
the U. S. Government census.
Let's take a look at Wewahitch-
ka's economy, other than funds de-
rived from operation of the court-
house.


LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR
"I'd like to help-but I just do
not have the time right now."
How many times has each of us
said this, or something similar,
when we were asked to participate
in a worth-while but time-consum-
ing community project? It's so
much easier to reach in our pocket
and dig out a few coins, just to be
rid of the responsibility, than it is
to reach into our heart and find
the time the project deserves.
Fortunately for our community,
there is a group of people who al-
ways :seem to be ready to contri-
bute a little of their time as well
as their money to community needs,
and what is more, these people are
all full-time professional business
men and women.
They are the members of, the
Panama City Hairdresser's, Affil-
iate 6, the local Affiliate of the
National Hairdressers and Cosme-
tologists Association.
The NHCA, and its local Affilia-
tes such as the Panama City Hair-
dressers, Affiliate No. 6, as a reg-
ular part of their professional busi-
ness lives. To this end, the NHCA
has adopted a unique program, in
which each year individual cosme-
tologists with outstanding records
of achievement in community ac-
tion are cited in special Award
programs.
Several members of the Panama
City Hairdressers, Affiliate No. 6,
are being considered for this year's
Community Leadership Award.
Certainly the social conscience
of this national profesisonal or-
ganization, and the efforts of our
local hairdressers in behalf of our
community, deserve a big salute
from our community.
I would also like to express my
appreciation for your editorial
policy in publishing news of the
nany civic and charitable works
being done in our community. It is
nice to know that these good works
lo not go unnoticed. Thank you for
this excellent service to your rea-
ders.
Very truly yours,
EDDIE BELLE WHITE,
Secretary, Affiliate No. 6
Wewahitchka, Florida
BffiBIE~iI^^^H


Last year, during a period of
less than desirable economy by
Port St. Joe industry, these indus-
tries paid to people living in We-
wahitchka and vicinity, a take-
home pay of $675,690.55. This was
paid to 137 people or, according
to the U. S. Census figures, one
fourth of Wewahitehka families.
In addition to this payroll, the
St. Joe Paper Company purchased
$2,829,821.17 worth of pulpwood
from Wewahitchka pulpwood pro-
ducers. We are informed that ap-
proximately one fourth of this sum
went for wages--or in the neigh-
borhood of $700,000.00.
What community the size of We-
wahitchka can "dry up and blow
away" with a payroll like this?


Indoor Humidity
Affects Comfort I


THE PEOPLE NEED THE
COURTHOUSE
The courthouse is a peculiar op-
eration in that it is the business
and legal hub of the people of a
county. It is a necessity. It cannot
be termed a luxury in any sense
of the word.
Travel time spent in traveling to
and from the courthouse for legal
business is an expensive item. In
most years, these expenses will ri-
val the expense of theof thbare bare opera-
tion of the courthouse, although
most people don't know it.
It has been ascertained that ev-
ery family in Port St. Joe either
directly, or indirectly, pays $10.00
per year for travel time to and
from the courthouse in legal busi-
ness, arrests, etc.
In addition to these fees, every
family in Port St. Joe pays on the
average of $2.00 per year in license
fees that he would not have to pay
were the courthouse here.
This $12.00 per year for each
family in Port St. Joe comes about
in ways where those paying do not
realize it, but if he had the money
in hand at the end of the year, he
would certainly know it.
Much ballyhoo has been put
forth during the past few weeks
about how much the tax cut is
going to mean to the individual.
Moving of the Gulf County seat
to Port St. Joe will mean as
much or more to you than the
Federal tax cut.
Vote on May 5 to relocate the
county seat to Port St. Joe for
economy, better government andf
a better service to the greater
majority of Gulf County's citi-
zens.


WHEN ENTERTAINING
wrecks your food budget, recoup
with a variety of .thrifty, tasty
ground beef dishes, Here's one
your family will love:
BAKED STUFFED
EGGPLANT
1 large eggplant
8/4 lb. ground beef
3/4 cup milk
I tsp. salt
1 tbsp. A.1. Steak Sauce
3/4 cup rolled bread crumbs
1 beaten egg
Wash eggplant, halve length-
wise, parboil 15 minutes. Scoop
out center. Mix other ingredi-
ents together, fill center of egg-
plant. Place in baking dish, bake
in 400 degree oven 25-35 min-
utes. Garnish with sliced stuffed
olives, Serves 4.

I AM A CANDIDATE TO BE A
MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, DISTRICT
NO. 4
I a m 3 6 y e a r s S .. _
old, married and r
have one child, 11
years old. I ha\e
been living in
Gulf County for
the past 12 %ears.
I worked as a ha r.
ber for Mr Smith
in Wewalutchka
for about six
months rlit:n mov-
ed to Port St .Joe
and worked in i
Mr. Cooper's Bar .
ber Shop for,. .
about eight years ana six months.
I am now working for The Glidden
Company.
I am a member of the Deacon
Board, Sunday School teacher and
active in all church work. I am a
graduate of Grand Ridge High
$Phool of Jackson County, served
three years, nine months in the U.
S. Army.
If I am elected, I will be an ac-
tive member of the School Board
and represent all the people in
Gulf County. I will work hard for
the advancement and progress of
our schools, in the county, both
colored and white. I will listen to
anyone's problems and try to help
solve them by bringing it before
the School Board, and on to higher
authority if needed.
i want to serve the people in
Gulf County and will prove it if
I'm elected to this important posi-
ion. 'I' will be honest and impar-
tial in serving the' people, God
being my helper.
Your vote and support will be ap-
preciated.
ELDRIDGE MONEY


'--- Elect --

JACK E. HAMMOCK

County Commissioner
District No. 5
Subject to Democratic Primary
May 5, 1964

The man who can and will represent
ALL the people of Gulf County


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Saturday, April 4 will be the
date of the annual Dixie Youth
Baseball barbecue. Tickets for this
barbecue are now-on sale for $1.00
each. This barbecue is the baseball
organization's primary fund raising
project and everyone is urgently
requested to give it their full sup-
port. Tickets may be obatined from
any of the officials of the organiza-
tion or from the young players
who will be selling from door to
door. The barbecue will be held at
the Centennial Building. Serving
will begin at 6:00 pm.
Immediately following the bar-
becue the trophies for the 1963
season will be awarded to the win-
ning teams, to the most valuable
players and to the outstanding
sportsman from each league. At
this time the player agent will also
announce the 1964 team rosters.
"There will be plenty of barbecue.
We are expecting a record crowd
and are buying accordingly," stat-
ed Roy C. Garrett, barbecue chair-
man,
The first games of the 1964 sea-
son, which will officially begin on
April 13, at 5:00 p.m., will be be-
tween the Boers and the Hard
Stars in the American League and
between the Rotary and Ford-West-
ern teams in the National League.
Meals will be delivered to people
on the evening shift at the paper
mill and other plants in the area.

SELL THAT 'WHITE ELEPHANT'
WITH A STAR CLASSIFIED


HEALTH

TOPICS
A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine.
Your Local Medical Society and the
Florida Medical Association.
MALARIA: UNDER SIEGE
Malaria is oa the move -
toward oblivion. The greatest
world-wide program of disease
eradication ever attempted is
gradually and determinedly
wiping out malaria.
Thirty years ago, there were
100,000 cases of malaria in the
U. S. with about 5,000 deaths
each year, some 350 of these
occurring in Florida. Last year.
there were 100 cases and one
death.
In Europe, with a population
of almost 650 million, malaria
has become almost nonexistent.
Complete eradication of the
disease within two years is ex-
pected in many Middle Eastern
and North African nations.
Only five years ago, Greece
had one million cases of mala-
ria with 10,000 deaths, and to-
day most of the country is free
of the disease.
Anti-malaria operations are
proceeding in 85 countries or
territories throughout the world.
Even so, there are countries in
which a beginning has not yet
been made to eradicate the
disease. Malaria is not a spec-
tacular disease; its victims show
no wounds or mutilations. It
comes to them as they sleep in
the quiet of the night, carried
by a mosquito.


NEA Says Schools Would Be Better

If Teachers Were Free for Just Teaching


WASHINGTON, D. C.-Whether
teachers will spent more time do-
ing what they have been trained to
do-teach children-or continue to
spend a great deal of time on such
tasks as collecting lunch money
and policing playgrounds and caf-
eterias may depend on the success
of a new National Education Asso-
ciation project.
The two-year project, "Time to
Teach," is directed by the NEA's
Department of Classroom Teach-
ers (DCT). It was authorized last
summer at the annual NEA con-
vention and began with a $20,000
advance fund from the NEA. Its
budget is expected to reach $100,
000.
Membership in the NEA is 900,
000, about 92 percent of whom are
classroom teachers.
Malcoim M. Provus, coordinator
of instructional research for the
Chicago Public Schools, recently
was named director of the Time
to Teach project, aimed primarily
at documenting methods of more
efficient use of teacher time.
Henry E. Goebel, president of
the Department of Classroom Tea-
chers, who has worked on the pro-
ject since its inception, said, "Tea-
chers and administrators have long
been concerned with finding ways
to provide teachers with more time
to teach. A cooperative effort on
the part of all members of the ed-
ucation profession is needed to
study the most efficient use of tea-
cher time in the classroom or in
teacher-learning situations."
The project will aim at improv-
ing the quality of instruction
through more efficient use of the
teacher's time, energies and skills,
Goebel said.
Consideration also will be given
to such matters as class size, staff-
puple ratio, utilization of audiovi-
sual in the schools.
The magnitude and seriousness
of the .problem confronting tea-
chers was brought to light last
summer when the NEA canvassed
local teachers associations seeking
to establish professional priorit-
ies for study.
More than 50 percent of the
teachers responding asked for
help in finding ways to devote
more time to do their jobs.
Goebel said a series of Condi-
tions of Work projects carried out
this past year by the DCT resulted
in a number of school systems ex-
panding the time for teachers to
teach and children to learn.
"In some school systems," he
said, "solutions have been found
for relieving some aspects of the
problems. It is being studied in
many areas, but progress is not
commensurate -with need."
"Planned constructive leader
ship on a nationwide basis seems
essential," he continued, "and the
special project on Time to Teach
- is the profession's contribution to


this end."
Dr. Provus said the project
would involve three steps by coop.
eration school administrations and
local teachers associations: devel-
oping experimental schedules; and
reporting on the effect of the new
schedules.


S. JANE PARKER WHITE ENRICHED
vftlaaINm


Dear Friends:
Starting now: No more about
Boyles (18th) Birthday Sale. (But,
please do check page three for
highlights of this beatle-mania ev-
ent).
Just rambling: This jet age is
a great but hectic sort of time
to be alive. The tempo in general
gets one in a whirling circle-
(me) at times. It behooves us to
silently and quietly slip away from
the fast moving events (even wife
In pliiln.. nn\ nnrl +han jfi> a^


Horseshoe, Coldwater Bend, Indian
Bayou, Huckleberry Creek (we're
blessed with scores of God's own
unique and peaceful spots) Some-
times we could just retreat to the
cellar (if we had cellars!) Could
just settle for the attic in an
emergency! The main idea is just
"get lost". Take your choice-go!
(The little woman may "eat you
out" but you'll be reinforced .
ready for what comes.)
In Boyles Family Shoe Depart-
ment: Chief shoewoman Nona W.


ii cmuui.) -now iauu ien tor a reports that we mix and match. She
chance to clarify, cool and refuel. says it's usually different sizes or
And, too: methinks it takes more two shoes for the same foot in a
praying than even during the de- box. However, a new wrinkle Eas-
pression. Yes, giving thanks along ter Monday. .. three shoes in one
with humble petitions for strength, box Maybe we're thinking in
patience and understanding to see terms of giving a FREE SPARE!
us through the day without crack- Well neighbors, it's time to jump
ing or ripping at the seams. The into today's nuclear age merry-go-
question might arise, too: "How round at Boyles Stop and Shop
shall we make this "get away from Center. Might say we lost or mis-
it and where shall we-go??? Well, laid notes for this "Tattle" and
plan the game with strategy and didn't say what we had planned
just vamoose! Where? It doesn't at all. (Did you say, 'So that's it'?)
make much difference To the Maybe original notes will turn up
woods, beach (when climatic con- next week.
editions permit) Possum Creek, S'long. -RGB


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Rotary Given

Talk Thursday On

Americanism

The Port St. Joe Rotary Club
enjoyed an informative talk on
"Americanism" last Thursday, de-
livered by Byron McKissack of
Carrabelle.
McKissack urged the participa-
tion of every American to guard
and preserve our way of life. He
pointed to the fact that tyranny
degrades both those who exercise
it and those who allow it. "Any
country willingly allowing itself to
be taken over by despots, bring it
on themselves for not being vigi-
lant", the speaker said.
The speaker pointed to Ameri-
can's security as their greatest dan-
ger. "We tend to let down our
guard and at this unguarded mo-
ment, our enemies sneak in to ov-
ercome us".
McKissack stated that freedom
doesn't guarantee one anything. It
must continually be earned. He
pointed to the fact that America
has always been free, but it has
also always been on guard.


DUzLUII MI Ug MJlUi The speaker said that freedom Grove. In front of Assembly 01
Drive-In Window Service guarantees opportunity to secure God Church. Will finance. Call at
317 Williams Ave. what we desire for ourselves. Corn- Woodrow Shoots. 2tp
munism gives one freedom to
Free Parking do exactly what you are told to do. am a Candidate for the
"Freedom is for those alone who office of
(Continued From Page 1) have the courage to defend it", COUNTY JUDGE
church, the Long Avenue Baptist, the speaker said. "To remain free of GULF COUNTY
this week, we heard him say that fluff them ff as everyday small After returning to my home in
the different rewards in Heaven l em" off as everyday sma Gulf County in 1955, I determined
the different rewards in Heaven problems" that I would some day serve the
come about through faithfulness to One of the most important les- people as County Judge.
certain works and responsibilities sons we must teach our young peo- My father, who was County
here on Earth, with stress on the ple, if our freedom is to be pre- Judge, permitted me to work in
"faithfulness." served is responsibility and disci- and observe the workings of the
Anid not to depart from his line. "Disrespect for the law for Judge's office during 1955 and
SAnd not to depart from hithe betterment of humankind is 1956. During this period, I was em-
theme, we couldn't help but think the first step to loss of freedom". played as license clerk. This ex-
that this word "faithfulness" is Guests of the club were Alfred perience will permit me to effi-
the crux of success in any endea- Shuler of Apalachicola and Tom ciently perform the duties of this
vor, isn't it? Coldewey of Port St. Joe. Student highly important office immediate-
Faithfulness makes a successful guests were Emory Burleson and ly on assuming office.
marriage. Johnny Oakes. I have sold my insurance busi-
Faithfulness makes for good cre- ness so that my full time and
dit. energy will be devoted to being
Faithfulness makes for business Charles B. Smith your County Judge.
success. for I will appreciate your vote and
.Faithfulness is the major ingre- County Commissioner support.
dient for promotion on the job. DISTRICT NUMBER .5 Earl Tom Pridgeon
3- -1- -_ I l Cniifvf t Im ai


By retrospect, faithfulness is
even the main ingredient for a suc-
cessful criminal.
What appals me is the lightness
with which so many people can re-
gard this attribute of "faithfull-
ness" to the well being of their
every day lives and especially
to their church life.
Nothing succeeds like success
and success comes about only be-
cause we have been faithful or te-
nhacious in seeking our goal.


Jaycees Make

Visit To Panama

City Jaycees
Twelve Port St. Joe Jaycees vis-
ited the Panama City Jaycees on
March 26 as part of the state wide
inter-club visitation program spon-
sored by the P. Ballantine and
Sons Company.
The Port St. Joe Club entertained
the Panama City group with a com-
ical skit dealing with the excuses
people give for not helping on com-
mittee projects.
The following attended the Pan-
ama City Jaycees meeting and par-
ticipated in the skit: Robert Ned-
ley, Jim Harrison, Carl Guilford,
Jake Koller, John Howard, Don
Grossman, Tom Ford, Rudy Pippin,
'Charles Norton, Waylon Burks,
Jimmy Costin, and Joe Parrott.


Friends Uo Gult County, am a
candidate for the office of County
commissioner District Number 5.
I am 34 years of age, a native Gulf
Countian. gradu-
ate of Port St.
Joe High School,
S, -nd have been
-. 'employed for the
S, ., past seven years
Sin the laboratory
\ il e p artment of
the Glidden Co.
:" My one interest
i in seeking this
office of respon.
sibility is the fu-
ture welfare and
prosperity of Gulf
citizens. I pledge to the citizens
that if elected, I will give fair and
impartial representation to all. I
will strive at all times to promote
progress for Gulf County and to
conduct the county's business in
an atmosphere of courtesy, eff4L
ciency and attentiveness.
If you feel that my services can
be utilized as a member of the
Board of County Commissioners, I
urge you to vote for and support
Charles B. Smith on May 5.


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6A Hammer Film Production A univesal Releas


WANTED TO BUY: 1960 or '61 Fal-
con sedan. Good condition. Will
pay cash. Phone 229-2071. tfc
FULLER BRUSH CO. has part time
openings for two ladies. Average
$30-$50 per week. Protected terri-
tory. Write resume to P. 0. Box
1342, Tallahassee, Fla., or call 877-
1978.
FOR SALE: One Allstate motor
scooter in excellent condition.
Call 227-3751, Pete Fox, for de-
tails. tfc-1-9
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


OR SALE: 3 bedroom house.
Chain link fence and pump at
1908 Cypress. 4tp-3-26
FOR SALE: At White City. 2 bed-
room block house. Excellent con-
clition. 2 new utility houses, double
steel carport on big lots. Priced to
sell at $8,500.0. Phone 229-2428. tfc
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: 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: 5 room house in Oak


houses, furnished. Smith's Phar-
macy, Phone 227-5111.


FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment. 1506 Long Ave. Phone
227-5426. tfc-2-13
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" (Willis
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.
FOR RENT: House at St. Joe Beach
2 bedrooms, large kitchen with
extra cabinet space and china cab-
inet; large living room. Carport
and utility room. Two blocks from
beach. $65.00 month. Call Mrs. Fer-
rell at 227-2081 days; 648-3535 af-
ter 5:00 p.m. Utp
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment. Couple only. 621 Monu-
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641. tfc
probate in this Court. You are here-


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.
ot Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-336di fo
ia iher information or write P. 0.
Lu.w 535.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No .111, F. & A. M., ever first
and third Thuisday at 8:00 prm.


N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary


NOTICE
I am not responsible for debts
other than those occurred by me
personally. 4tp-3-19
OTIS JEFFCOAT, Jr.
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.
n Re Estate of
ERNEST DIXON,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
TNT 'TT T R ''T' A 'OFl' (~E' 0 A TDT Tc'.


FOR SALE: Registered Chihuahua by commanded within sixcalendar CEDENT
puppies with papers. $35.00 each. CEDENT:
Call Dick Lamberson, 227-4321 or FRO SALE: 1950 Ford V-8. Good You are hereby notified that a
227-2611, mill car. Best offer. 139 Bellamy written instrument purporting to
Circle. ltc be the last will and testament of
FOR RENT: 10th St., 5 room house, said decedent has been admitted to
unfurnished, $35 mo. 10oth St., 2 MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER months from the date of the first
bedroom house furnished, $35 mo. man is as near as your telephone, publication of this notice to appear
Long Ave., 5 room unfurnished Call 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES in this Court and show cause, if
house, $40 mo. See Mrs. Nora Du- OF ST. JOE, across from the Post any you can, why the action of
ren, Phone 227-5471 or phone 229- Office. Local and Long Distance this Court in admitting said will to
2941. 2c- -16 Moving. Free Estimates, probate should not stand unrevok-
FOR KNAPP SHOES call Marvin ed.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house -at C. Lemieux, 1012 McClellan Ave. SAM P. HUSBAND,
1007 Monument Ae. For informa-' Phone 227-8011. 2tp-3-12 County Judge, Gulf County,
tion call 227-5471, or 229-2941. tfc Florida.
TO MY MANY FRIENDS By: Donnie Jean Tillman,
FOR RENT: One 2-bedroom furnish- Please note that I am now asso- Clerk
ed apartment. One 2-bedroom ciated with Addison Insurance Ag- First publication on March 19,
unfurnished apt. Two 1-bedroom ency, 201 Monument Ave., Port St. 1964. 4t-3-19


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WOMEN EVERYWHERE want our
products. There is a tremendous
demand for these fine Avon Cos-
metics. We have attractive opening
for capable women. Write Mrs.
Dorothy Martin, Avon Dist. Mgr.,
P. 0. Box 3345, MSS, Tallahassee,
Fla.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 2 story
house. $40.00 per month. Phone
227-4706. 2tp
FOR RENT: Furnished garage ap-
artment. 510A 6th St. Phone 227-
8931. Couple preferred. ltp
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3 bed-
room house. 1317 Long Ave. Ph.
Billy M. Johnson, 227-3979. tfc
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment, downstairs. $55 per
month. Located at 507 10th Street
near Elementary School. For infor-
mation call 229-2002. 2tp-3-26


HELP WANTED: Applications are
being accepted to fill the posi-
tion of secretary and general clerk.
Interested persons should apply at
Vitro Services, Division of Vitro
Corporation of America, Cape San
Bias, Florida (near the Coast Guard
Station) prior to 1 April 1964. We
are an equal opportunity employer.
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 229-309T


Sunday Monday
Tuesday Wednesday


Important Meeting

Will Be Held



Thursday, April 2 7:30 P.M.


for all supporters of



Scott Kelly for Governor


At The


STEAK HOUSE

COFFEE and DONUTS WILL BE SERVED


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DON'T YOU READ BEFORE YOU BUY?


People can linger with a printed
page: two minutes, five minutes,
ten. They can come back to it
again and again. Theycancom-
pare one product with another.
They can study styles, features,


sizes. prices at their own pace.
They can rip out a printed ad,
save it, show it to friends, make,
notes on it. clip coupons. They
can and they do. Don't ryou?
If you've something to sell, it


will pay to promote it in print
-where people on the brink of
buying can get their h'nds on it.
Print makes sense because print
makes sales.


Newspaper ads. Magazine ads.
Catalogs and brochures. This is
where sales get started. This is
where people turn to ferret out
the facts which allow an intel-
ligent buying decision.


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Phone 227-3161
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UNCLAIMED REPAIRS: We have
3 Singer sewing machines that
were unclaimed. Pay repair bill
$14.63. These machines are in ex-
cellent shape. Write service man-
ager 280 N. Palafox St., Pensacola,
Fla. 2tc-3-26
IF YOU NEED MONEY but cannot
work full time, we have the op-
portunity you need. Pleasant, pro-
fitable. Avon Cosmetims. Write
Mrs. Dorothy Martin, Avon Dist.
Manager, P. 0. Box 3345 MSS, Tal-
lahassee, Fla.
SERVICES: Complete set of por-
trait and wedding negatives of
Lynart Studio (formrely of Port St.
Joe) on file. Will make any size
picture from these negatives. Write
or call: Lynart Studio, 515 Carolina
Ave., Lynn Haven, Fla. Phone 265-
5538. 2tc-3-26


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
FRANK HANNON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
211 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491


rHe STAR, Port St. Joe, FlorldA:


THURSDAui APRIL 2, 1964









S Vote for and Elect
Walter C. Robinson
I Member, Board of
*Public Instruction
District No. 2
SIf elected I will work for a better
ipd higher education for all the
children of Gulf County.
'Your Vote and Support Will Be
Appreciated
(Paid Pol. Adv.)


Earnest L. Lightfoot
Candidate for
Gulf County Commissioner
.. District No. 5
I am a candidate for the office
of County Commissioner, District
No. 5.
I have long been concerned
about the progress and welfare of
Gulf County. If I am elected to
this office I will be active, be a
part of and assist in every depart-
ment for the betterment of the
people of our county. My goal shall
be a progressive, economical and
business-like county government.
Your vote and support will be
Greatly Appreciated.
..... (Paid Pol. Adv.)


Edw-id c'Smitty' Smith-
...Candidate for
d r#I,-m ber, Board of
Public Instruction
District No. 2
"Smitty" as he is known to the
people of Gulf County is an electri-
cian for the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany., He has a repair service
known as Smitty's Air Conditioning
and Electric Service. The Smith's
live at Port St. Joe Beach.
"Smitty" is married to the for-
mer Miss Josephine Bratcher. They
have four sons in school in Gulf
County. They are Stevie 15, Tom-


Place Date
WHITE CITY April 4
-OAK GROVE April 11
HIGHLAND VIEW -----April 18
OVERSTREET April 25


WEWAHITCHKA


SApril 25


PORT ST. JOE May 2


SAMMY PATRICK
Rally Chairman


Spring Is the Time to Take Steps to

Prevent Insect Damage In Gardens


Spring is a revealing time of the
year. Nature and humans shed
winter coats and show that many
are expecting.
Congratulations-if you are ex-
pecting an income tax deduction.
But, if you are the average gar-
dener, you will discover that in-
sects are not tax exempt-except
for the three percent sales tax on
the chemicals to discourage these
unwanted births.
A layette is essential prior to a
blessed event. The layette for the
garden infants includes a sprayer,
a duster and an array of chemicals.
Instructions on how to mix each
formula is important. Be sure to
read the label on each chemical
container before using.
If the amount of the chemical
you can place on a dime is enough
for a pint of spray, don't measure

Vote For and Elect
T. D. (Doc
WHITFIELD
County Commissioner
District 1
"A Candidate for the PEOPLE
of Gulf County"
Your Vote and Support will
be Appreciated


THANK YOU
I want to express my sincere and
humble appreciation to all the peo-
ple of Gulf County for your kind-
ness in allowing me to be the un-
opposed nominee for the office of
Supervisor of Registration.
I especially feel honored that
this is the fifth term you have al-
lowed me this privilege.
Please feel free to call on me for
anything I can do for you at any
time.
Thank you again for everything.
Sincerely yours,
MRS. C. G. RISH


Elect
PERVIS A. HOWELL


SHERIFF
Gulf County


For fair, efficient
e c o nomical anc
effective law en
forcement.


Your Vote and Support will be
Appreciated.


Elect
EMORY CUMBIE

County
Commissioner
Dist. No. 1 .


The man that will
serve all the peo. '
pie of Gulf Co. '


the amount on two nickles. Dou-
ble dosage may be harmful to you
as well as to the plants.
Several pests may plague your
garden at this time, according to J.
E. Brogdon, entomologist with the
Agricultural Extension Service.
For example, certain night-feed-
ing beetles eat holes in tightly
wrapped clusters of bud leaves of
camallies. When these leaves ex-
pand, they reveal large holes in
the foliage. You can prevent this
damage with chlordane or DDT.
Spider mites will thrive during
dry spells ahead. They rasp away
the upper surface of many oramen-
tals and change the healthy green
color to a bronzed or grayish green.
One of the several miticides, such
as tedion, will halt the invasion of
mites.
Aphids are certain to be a pro-
blem where plants are young and
succulent. These little pests feed
on the underside of leaves, caus-
ing them to curl and sometimes
drop. Often a brood of aphids will
be sucked to death by blind fly
larvae. If you can't wait for friend-
ly insects to fight your battles,
then try controlling aphids with
malathion, lindane or rotenone.
Ants often protect herds of ap-
hibs so that they can enjoy the
sweet excreta of the aphids. So
killing ants may help control the
aphids,
To control ants in the garden,
try a chlordane spray. WARNING:
Do not apply chlordane to foliage
or fruit that is to be eaten, unless
the poison will be removed at har-
vest time by stripping or by peel-
ing.
You can control ants in lawns
with an application of two table-
spoons of 50 percent chlordane per
gallon of water. Pour the mixture
into the nest opening and on the
area around the nest. Then soak
the area with water to wash the in-
secticide through the ground and
into the nest.
A real lawn pest is the sod web-
worm.
These greenish night-feeding
caterpillars are about three fourths
of an inch long. They can eat more
than their weight in grass each
night, yet look quite harmless
when found sleeping near the Soil
surface during the day.
The newly hatched caterpillars
cause very little damage to grass.
They may be full grown before you
notice grass blades are eaten back
unevenly of foliage stripped off in
patches. Unless you have been a
close observer, it will appear that
the damage happened overnight.
To control webworms, try applU-
cation of Sevin.
Whitefly causes yellowing of fol-
iage of many ornamentals. At first
you'll think that the plants are put-


I am a candidate for the office of

County Commissioner
DISTRICT S
I promise, if I
am elected to
work for the
good and pro-
$ gress of Gulf
County and al-
ways keeping in
mind that I am
a servant of all
'A the people.

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


Time


Location


3:00 P.M., EST ---- Stafford Store
3:00 P.M., EST -------Stripling Store
3:00 P.M., EST ----- School House
1:30 P.M., EST ---- Hardy's Store
3:00 P.M., CST -------Across Street
from Drug Store
3:00 P.M., EST -- Across street from
Fla. Power Corp. office


ting on a black-faced act, when you
discover a black film spreading
over the surface of the leaves. This
smut is a symptom of whitefly and
not a cause of ill health.
Back in the days of lye soap-made
at home with water from hardwood
ashes and hog fat-housewives kept
their dooryard ornamintals free
from smut and whiteflies by ire-
quent applications of soapy dish
water. If this remedy of yesteryear
isn't handy, then try an oil spray.


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.
h you elect me your county
Commisisoner I do hereby pledge
ny. self to this purpose and with
dour help and support we can do
t. 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
iblegation 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.)


Hunting, Fishing

Rules Discussions
TALLAHASSEE Hunting and
fishing rules and regulations for
the 1964-65 season will be discussed
at 29 public meetings to be held
throughout Florida by the Game
and Fresh Water Fish Commission
during the months of March and
April.
According to A. D. Aldrich, Com-
mission director, these annual
meetings represent an effort on
the part of the Commission to pro-
vide the sportsman of Florida an
opportunity to express an opinion
and to have a part in establishing
both hunting and fishing regula-
tions. The public meetings also pro-
vide the Commission an opportun-
ity to explain the reasoning behind
certain regulations The final 1964
65 rules and regulations will be
established at a meeting of the
Commission in Tallahassee in late
April, after all 29 public meetings
have been held.
The early pre-regulations pub-
lic meetings and the annual rules
and March meetings will serve
several beneficial purposes. The
public meetings in March and April
will allow sportsmen to voice an
opinion while the memories of the
last hunting season are still fresh
in their minds. The early meeting
dates will not conflict with summer
vacations and it is hoped that this
change will create a larger atten-
dance at the meetings. The early
dates will provide a margin of time
in which the Commission may ha-
ve available. current regulations
when the season opens.
Pre-regulations meetings will be
held at Marianna, April 1, Wewahi-
tchke, April 2, Quincy, April 3.

aead T'T" haa to & iriel.L


For Job Printing It's


THE STAR

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Phone 227-3161


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SOME OF FLORIDA'S...
OUTSTANDING CITRUS FRUITS :;
ARE THE RESULT OF CHANCE
HYBRIDS, THESE INCLUDE TANGELO, TEMPLE AND KING
ORANGES AND THE MURCOTT HONEY ORANGE,


While Florida. *'
ENJOYS A VIRTUAL
MONOPOLY ON SOME
CITRUS TYPES, ANOTHER
OF ITS PRODUCTS,
PHOSPHATE, FACES
KEEN COMPETITION 0 -u ,?4, .I,
FROM TENNESSEE, '
SEVERAL WESTERN ,, ~ .--,
STATES AND FOREIGN' 1 -
COUNTRIES.


Dieting Do's and Dont's
Trying to lose weight? Here's a list of simple do's and don't
for every daily dieter.
1. DO eat protein. It speeds up weight
loss. Highest in protein are milk, eggs,
fish, poultry, veal, lean beef and lamb,
and cottage, pot and farmer cheese.


S 2. DO eat frequent small meals. A num-
S ber of small meals are better than fewer
a large ones.

3. DON'T eat quickly. The slower you ,,
eat the less you'll eat.


A DO ea A,.ds. The special low-
calorie caramel candy-like appetite de-
pressant containing vitamins and minerals
to combat excessive hunger pangs. They
S satisfy and control your appetite without
adding weight.

5. DO exercise regularly. Doctors say
the main cause for overweight is too much
food coupled with too little exercise.
Walking is one of the easiest and best
ways of exercising.

6. DO control your weight in early
i adult life. It's safer and easier than trying
t. o reduce later on.

7. DON'T skip breakfast. It should
supply about a fourth of the day's food
irements. And an adequate breakfast
helps prevent overeating at lunch-time.
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JOHN MADDOX LISTED ON
MONTVERDE HONOR ROLL
John Maddox, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Maddox, Port St. Joe,
has been listed on the academic
honor roll for the past six weeks
period at The Montverde Academy.
The Montverde Academy is a pri-
vate Christian co-educational school
located west of Orlando.


CECIL G. COSTIN, Jr.
for
State Senator
5th Distrlet
* 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.)


THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1964


Corporation

Formed In


cies, M. T. Dixon of the Florida de-
partment of Veterans Affairs, said
today.
This action, while reducing the
amount of protection, does leave
the policy in force. On the other
hand, if the policy is surrendered
for cash, all protection under the
insurance ceases and cannot be re-
newed or reinstated, Dixon said.
.Annual interest on GI policy
loans is charged at 4% on the un-
paid balance. If not paid, it is added


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-
ple of the Fifth District.


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


Vote For and Elect

JAMES C. HORTON, County Commissioner
DISTRICT NO. 3
"READY TO SERVE YOU and GULF COUNTY"
Yp*r yote apd Support will 4e Appre4iated


1964 GULF COUNTY DEMOCRATIC


POLITICAL RALLIES


ALL CANDIDATES INVITED TO SPEAK


CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.
Chairman


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.
G.l.'s May to the loan principal and begins
Borrow On to braw interest.
Borrow On tRepayment on the principal on
the loan may be paid in amounts
Insurance of $5.00 or any multiple thereof,
and at any time before default in
St. Petersburg, Fla.-Veterans payment of premiums. See your
holding permanent GI life insur- Veteran County Service Officer for
ance policies may borrow up to a loan application, or write Dixon
94% of their policy cash surrender at P.O. Box 1437, St. Petersburg.
value to meet financial emergen-


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Gulf County
Secretary of State Tom Adams
announced this week the charter-
ing of a Gulf County Corporation,
Gulf Coast Lamination Products,
Inc., with an authorized stock of
100,000 shares of common stock at
$1.00 per share.
The company will deal in lam-.
inated kraft paper products.
Incorporators are listed as T. J.
McConnell, Marianne S. McConnell,
Tom S. Coldewey all of Port St.
Joe, Floyd Lister, Dave Gaskin,
both of Wewahitchka.
The petition for incorporation
was filed by T. J. McConnelL

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 dole.
gction 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 Penins-
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-
toerment 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 Taxatioa;
Governmental Reorganization; Live.
stock; Motor Vehicles; Pensions
and Retirement; Public Health "B1;
Welfare. During the 1961 sesiseon
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 Highway,
Vice Chairman; Commercial Codes;
Fisheries and Natural Resources.
I humbly solicit your vote and
support for a man of action, net
promises.
lit (Paid Pol. adv.) 220










Quantity Rights Reserved


SSUPER
MARKETPort St. Joe

SALE PRICES GOOD WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, APRIL 1 2 3 and 4


AUNT JEMIMA Limit 1 Bag
B LO de ,
FLUJ *


Low Food Prices


5 LB. BAG
39c


Single Fresh Boiled Sweet
BANANAS PEANUTS ORANGES
10c BAG or
lb. 9c lb. 35c doz. 39 c
Fresh Firm
STRAWBERRIES L E TT U C E

S29c 10c
Yellow Vine Ripe CARROTS or
RADISHES
SQUASH TOMATOES ? FOR
Ib. 10c Ib. 15c 15c
Garden Fresh Pot Ready for Cooking
WASHED
FRESH CORN Turnips, Mustard
6 Ears 39C and Collards
Garden Fresh Large Crisp
BLACKEYE PEAS CRISP CELERY
BUTTER BEANS
BABY OKRA STALK 12c
"PRICED RIGHT"
GA. GRADE "A" FARM FRESH LARGE

Brown Eggs


2


DOZEN


8Sc


GUARANTEED BEST IN TOWN
YOUR TOTAL WILL BE CHEAPER AT RICH'S


Plus One Dozen Ga.
EGGS -


Grade 'A' LARGE
FREE!


I With $10.00 Order or More
Make RICH'S your Headquarters
for all types of FEED!
25 Pound Bag
SCRATCH FEED 99c
100 Pound Bag
SNAP CORN $2.98
25 Pound Bag Jim Dandy
DOG RATION $1.99


25 Pound Bag Purina
DOG RATION


We have Three qualified and experienced
men to serve you.
WENDELL JONES, Market Manager
SWIFT BUTTERBALL Small, 6 lbs. up, while they last LB.

Turkeys 29c

Swift Select Heavy


Steers


Steak Sale


"Guaranteed Tender and Flavor Rich"
TENDER and FLAVOR-RICH for BROILING LB.
SIRLOINS 79c


SWIFT BEST SELECT

T-BONE


LB.

89c


CUBE or MINUTE Good
STEAKS GROUND BEEF

10c ea. 3 Ibs 99c


GA. GRADE A-Whole, Not Cut Up

Fryers


LB.

29c


RICH'S SUPER MARKET
is a home-owned, family Su-
per Market. Pictured to the
left are your neighbors, oper-
ators of your favorite food
store. Back row, left to right,
David Rich, Bill Rich and
John Rich. Seated is Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Rich. We have
your welfare in mind.
Here are four good reasons
why we can serve you better
and cheaper:
1. The only home owned
and operated Super Market in
Port St. Joe!
2. No rent for YOU to pay.
3. No royalty for YOU to
pay.
4. No high price stamps
for YOU to pay!
SHOP RICH'S, the NUMBER
1 SUPER MARKET in PORT
ST. JOE and SAVE CASH!


$2.59


LARUTA CAN

CORNED BEEF 39c


SUGAR
5 Lb. Bag

No Limit 5
Van Camp's Nabisco
TUNA FISH Saltine Crackers
AN 19c POUND 28c
1 9CBOX 28c


DIXIE LILY NO. 5 JAR

SYRUP


39c


ROBIN HOOD 25 LB. BAG

FL 0UR $1.9
SWIFT'S NUGGETT

COOKING OIL


No. 10
Gallon


8


House and Yard Flower Plants
Farm and Garden Seed


10c up


Maxwell House


COFFEE
vl-17i0XW, .90 OUSOh C


LIMIT 1 LB. WITH $5.00 ORDER


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Specials for April 1,2,3 and 4


just one STOP to SHOP


Grand Prize Stamps

EVERY DAY
at
JITNEY JUNGLE


Maxwell House

COFFEE


Pound
Bag


59 c


Limit 1 With $5.00 Order or More
OWALDORF 4 Roll Package
TOILET TISSUE pkg. 33c
ICOPELAND'S
P URE LARD No. 5 Jug 39c
Limit 1 With $5.00 Order or More


TIDE



NO BOIL ..
;L A UN DR Y BLE A CH gal. 39c
ROYAL CROWN With Deposit
C 0 LA-S 3 ctns. $1.00
Sparkle

COOKING OIL


No. 10
Jug


89c


Limit 1 With $5.00 Order or More
8-8-8 100 Pound Bag


FERTILIZER
ALL-PURPOSE 4 Cu. Ft. Reg. $2.69
PEEAT MOSS


bag $2.49
bag $1.69


BEEF PRICES REDUCED


Round Steak


Full Cut


LB.


69c


FRESH DAILY
GROUND BEEF
3 LBS$1.00


SHOULDER ROUND
ROAST


49c


Beef
SHORT RIBS


lb. 29c


Beef

CHUCK ROAST 39c
BRISKET LB. RUMP LB.
Stew Beef 19c ROAST 69c
CHUCK LB. BONELESS LB.
STEAK 49c STEW BEEF 59c
RIB LB* RIB IA
ROAST 49c STEAK 49c
-- FREEZER SPECIALS CUT AND WRAPPED
FORE QUARTER lb. 39c FULL SIDE lb. 45c HIND QUARTER lb. 55c


4-10-7 100 POUND BAG
FERTILIZER


*FROZEN FOOD
JITNEY JUNGLE Half Gallon
ICE CREAM


$1.99


SPECIALS


59c


* DEL MONTE DAYS SPECIALS *


Del Monte 303 Can
FRUIT COCKTAIL
Del Monte 303 Can
BARTLETT PEARS


4 cans $1.00
3 cans $1.00


Del Monte No. 2 Can
CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 4 cans $1.00
DeloMonte Individual Pack 6 To Pkg.
' SEEDLESS RAISINS 5 pkgs. $1.00
i Del Monte 303 Can
SCUT GREEN BEANS 4 cans $1.00


Del Monte 303 Can
CREAM STYLE CORN
Del Monte 303 Can
Whole Kernel CORN
Del Monte 303 Can
EARLY JUNE PEAS
Del Monte 14 Oz. Bottle
TOMATO CATSUP
Del Monte 46 Oz. Can
Pineapple JUICE


6 cans


$1.00


6 cans $1.00
5 cans $1.00
6 for $1.00
3 for $1.00


POLE


BEANS


2LB&


29c


FRESH CRISP
Celery 2s- 29c
FRESH
PINEAPPLE 29c


SNOW WHITE
Cauliflower


EACH
190


THESE SPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON ONLY, APRIL 1 AT YOUR JITNEY JUNGLE PLUS GRAND PRIZE STAMPS FOR EXTRA VALUE!


I Domino Limit 1 Pkg. with $7.50 Order
I PURE CANE SUGAR 5 lb. bag 39c


Jitney Jungle Limit 3 Ctns.
ICE MILK ----- half gal. 39c


Georgia Grade 'A' Limit 4
WHOLE FRYERS Ib. 23c


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PRICES EFFECTIVE
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY
APRIL 2,3 AND 4 POUND ___
(QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED)


YOU


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IT TAKES ONLY 1200 S&H STAMPS TO COMPLETELY FILL A
S&H STAMP REDEMPTION BOOK!
Come and Celebrate Good Old Fashioned Thrift Days!


MORTON'S
FROZEN


FRIED CHICKEN
SALISBURY STEAKS
HAM TURKEY
MEAT LOAF
MEAL MAKING'
11 OZ. SIZE


Blackburn Yellow Rose SWIFT'S
/ SPECIAL Plain or Self Rising
SYRUP FLOUR PREM
No. 5 i 25 lb. 12oz.
Jug Bag Cano- 39
j]ug3925'


FREE!


350 EXTRA


S&HTGREEN
04, FJLf STAMPS
5 O Jazz Dog Food
5 Ibs. 89c
MENNEN
50 SPRAY DEODORANT
70c
O PLYMOUTH
50| PEANUT BUTTER
3 Ibs. $1.19
05 TETLEY
INSTANT TEA
3 ozs.79c
5 MENNEN
SKIN BRACER
Ige. 87c
5 Mennen Reg. or Menthol
SOFT STROKE
6 ozs. 79c
O5 3 LB. PKG.
GROUND BEEF
at Reg. Price
IT TAKES 1200 S&H GREEN
GREEN STAMPS TO FILL A
S&H REDEMPTION BOOK!


THE QUALITY CONSCIOUS BRAND!
YELLOW ROSE BRAND




4 OZ. PACKAGE
Limit: 1 Pkg. with $7.00 or more

THE BEST TO YOU EACH MORNING!


KELLOGG'S BRAND CORN

FLAKES
8 OUNCE BOX
LIMIT: 2 AT THIS PRICE WITH ORDER


USDA Good Mature Beef-SIRLOIN
T-BONE STEAKS lb. C8 8
USDA GOOD MATURE BEEF
BLADE CUT CHUCK

ROASTS
POUND


A0]
USDA G
Chuck
S USDA C
S SHOULD
Rounc
Fresh L
Pork 5


FRESH, LEAN, BOSTON BUT1

ROASTS
POUND
IT'S IGA PORK!


Id Fashioned
ft Day Special!
ood Mature Beef
SSteaks lb. 55c
Good Mature Beef
DER
I Steaks lb. 66c
ean
Steaks lb. 49c


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THE QUALITY CONSCIOUS BRAND
YELLOW ROSE

COOKING


88 OZ.
Jug


NATIONALLY KNOWN! DEL MONTE
UTunaV z Si9ze9 C
TuCnai 3Cans
NEW CROP! FRESH, YELLOW Old Fashioned
Thrift Day Special!
SMIX or MATCH
Corn BAMA BRAND
5 BIG EARS GRAPE or RED PLUM JAM
ORANGE MARMALADE
PEACH or P'APPLE Preserves
WASHINGTON STATE GRAPE JELLY
WINESP12 Oz.
4A J as 88

Apples P,
A13 REEN "1;
2 LBS. FOR ONLY
FIELD FRESH! GARDEN GREEN!
YOUNG, TENDER, POLE im


POUND _
SHOP IGA FOR RELIGHTFULLY DEW-LICIOUS PRODUCE!


Southern Choice Brand
Orange or Grape-Half Gal.
Punch jug 39c


Country Style Brand
PATTIES
OLEO 8 oz. 10c


We Give S&H Green Stamps


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Drive-In Window At Rear


Historical Commission Discusses

Projects At Regular Meeting Recently


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

Church School 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.


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cold, refreshing milk every day.
E'ach glass will provide you with
extra energy. You need milk


Homogenized Milk, Rich
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
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delivery.


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Dial 639-23856 Wewahitchka, Fla.


The Gulf County Historical Com.
mission met this date at the Wewa-
hitchka State Bank in Wewahitchka
Florida, in regular session, with the
following members present: Mrs.
Ned S. Porter, Chairman, George
Y. Core, Secretary, Mrs. R. H. Brin-
son, Charles B. Smith and Jesse
V. Stone.
A general discussion was had
with reference to the Ft. Crevco-
eur Marker project, the same hav-
ing been approved at the meeting
of August 23,1963, giving this pro-
ject priority No. One for the pre-
sent budget year. Mr. Charles B.
Smith reported that he met with
the Chairman at her home in Port
St. Joe for the purpose of finaliz-
ing the wording to be used on said
Marker but due to the amount of
information being considered, the
final plan was not adopted at that
meeting. The Chairman said that
she wanted the Marker placed as
near as possible to the Crest of the
hill at the old Beach Hill Light-
house site, where it is planned to
erect a monument at a later date.
The Chairman appointed Mr. Wil-
liam J. Rish to act as Master of
Ceremonies at the dedication of
this Marker. Dr. Hale G. Smith,
Jr., Professor of Archaeology and
Anthropology, University of Flor-
ida, has been invited to be the
guest speaker at the dedication
program.
Mr. Jesse V. Stone informed the
Commission that the Park Service
promised to correct the date on
the Train Wheels at Constitution
Park from 1837 to 1836.
The Commision decided to have
a steak dinner following the De-
dication program for the Ft. Cre-
vecoeur Marker, that the expenses
of the dinner be paid by the mem-
bership and that the Commissions
guests be invited. The date has
been set for May 28, 1964.
The Chairman appointed Mr.
Charles B. Smith, Mr. Dave Gas-
kin, and Mr. William B. Rish as a
Committee to accumulate the in-
formation for the Deadlakes Mar-


NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
ity Commission of the City of
art St. Joe will hear any objec-
ons as to the occupancy of a
building on Lot 26, Block B, corner
f Robbins Avenue and Avenue A,
o be used on a temporary basis
ir the operation of a small retail
ore. Any person or persons hav-
ng-any objections thereto may be
Lard at the City Hall on Tuesday,
pril 7, 1964, 8:00 o'clock P.M.
J. B. WILLIAMS 2t
City Auditor and Clerk
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Re Estate of
RNEST DIXON,
eceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Er-
est Dixon, deceased, are hereby
notified and required to file any
aims or demands which they
ave against said estate in the of-
ce of the County Judge of Gulf
county, Florida, in the Courthouse
SWewahitchka, Florida, within
x calendar months from the date
I the first publication of this no-
ce. Each. -claim or demand must
e in writing and must state the
dace or residence and post office
address of the claimant and must
e sworn to by the claimant his
gent, or his attorney, or it wiil be-
ome void according to law.
Dated March 23, 1964.
PORTIA BYRD,
Executrix of the Estate of
Ernest Dixon, deceased.
William J. Rish,
03 Fourth Street 4t-3-26
ort St. Joe, Florida
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Mrs. R. H. Brinson reported that
she met with Mr. William J. Rish
as directed by the Chairman for
the purpose of locating the exact
site of the old ship yard, however
this mission was not accomplished
because they could not determine
a point of beginning from the in-
formation they had, but that Mr.
Kilbourn has promised to assist
in locating a point of beginning.
The Chairman told the Commis-
sion that the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany has agreed to preserve the
old anchor that was given to the
Commission by Mr. M. C. Wood;
that the preserving process will
be completed before the end of
the year and that there is a possi-
bility that the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany will construct the forms and
mount the anchor at no cost to the
Commission.
Mr. Dave Gaskin gave a report
on the display of old currency
placed in the Wewahitchka State
Bank by this Commission. He said
that the display has attracted con-
siderable attention by customers
of the Bank; that he thought the
display should be placed in the
Bank at Port St. Joe and other
business places. Mr. Charles B.
Smith said that he would pick
up the display and take it to St.
Joe to be shown.
The Chairman gave a lengthy
report on Florida Arts Council
which was organized December 2,
1963, for the purpose of develop-
ing and promoting the arts of the
State of Florida; that she attended
this meeting as a representative of
this Commission that this organiza-
tion was invited to file its appli-
cation for membership. After dis-
cussion it was decided that this
Commission not apply for member-
ship at this time.


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Four points to remember in-
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(2) All boats must carry one (1)
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Boats over 16 feet in length
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 19J4 able to the County is the County and other structures and improve- torney and Max W. Kilbourn were Streets in Wewahitchka now in Wallnut Avenue-Tupelo Street to
lots in Beacon Hill. ments thereon, way, borrow pits also present, planning Stage by SRD. alley and alley to Morgan Lane; 4th
The Board discussed the Sauls and easements by purchase or con- The meeting came to order at PRIORITY _2-Wewahitchka _and Street-Lake Grove Road to Church
Creek Road right of way. The demnation, from such funds and 6:00 p.m. The Clerk opened the County. Avenue; Chipola Avenue-4th St.
MINUTES of the Chairman said that the County was under such conditions as are set meeting with prayer. NewConstruction: Old Panama to 7th St.; Hunter Avenue-2nd
promised a right of way into Sauls out in the contract hereto attached; The Chairman announced that City Road from Richards Avenue Street to East 4th Street.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION Creek that would permit a public and be it further this meeting is called for the pur- to SR No. 22. PRIORITY 8-Wewahitchka (Resur-
boat landing, but it has now been Resolved, that said County, pose of adopting a secondary road PRIORITY 3-Yon's Addition to face)
made known that the party that through its Board of County Corn- budget for 1965. Beacon Hill. Henry Street-SR 71 to East 2nd
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA tendance only as a visitor, promised the public landing does missioners, comply wish the re- Whereupon, upon motion by American Avenue from Pineda Street; River Road-SR 71 to East
WEWAHITCHKA,1964 The Board directed the Clerk to not own the property that is re- quest of said Department and pro- commissioner Strickland, seconded Street to Cortez Street; Soronado 2nd Street.
March 24, place an order with The Star Pub- quired. He said that the purpose cure, convey or vest in said State by Commissioner Player and unani- Street from Americus Avenue to BI IT FURTHER RESOLVED
The Board of County Commis- fishing Co. for the Democratic was to give the Public a landing the free, clear and unencumbered mously carried, the following reso- Alabama Avenue. that the methods and standards
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, and Republican primary ballots on Sauls Creek. title to all lands necessary for lution was adopted: PRIORITY 4-Wewahitchka employed by the State Road De-
met this date in regular session d to place an order with the Gulf The State Road Depertment pre- said portion of said Section, and RESOLUTION Second Street;'a' Sidewalk each apartment for determination of ma-
with the following members pre- County Breeze for the Special Bal- sented its right of way resolution deliver to the State Road Depart- YEAR 1965 COUNTY GULF side from Lake Ave. to River Road; jor improvement features, includ-
sent: James G. McDaham el, Leo Ken-lot on the Courthouse question, for Section 51580-Streets in We- ment said lands physically clear Whereas, under Section 208.44 'b' Curb and Gutter from Lake ing the specific alignment, the
man, Walter Graham, LeoJ ick- after same has been approved by wahitchka and its right of way map of all occupants, tenants, fences, Florida Statutes, known as the "Se- Grove Road to River Road; 'c' Re- types and widths of pavement, and
nedy, S. The CPlayer, Sheriff, Road the County Attorney. showing said streets (Recorded buildings and or other structures condary Road Assistance Act of surface: Court Ave. to Lake Grove the Department's standard specifi-
land. The Clerk,nt and Civil Defense Upon request of the Hon. Sam- Plat Book one, page 59.) and improvements upon or encroac- 1949" and Section 339.08 Florida Road; 'd' Reconstruct: Lake Grove cations for construction are concur-
Supentenden alsond ivilpresent uel A. Patrick, Tax Assessor, the RESOLUTION or encroaching within limits of the Statutes, the State Road Depart- Road to River Road. red in and approved by this Board.
Director were also present at Board authorized the following On motion of commissioner lands required for said portion of ment will receive 80% of the Sev- PRIORITY 5-Port St. Joe 'New It is requested: That the Depart-
6:30 p.m. The m eeting came o penedthe changes on the 1963 tax roll, to- Strickland, seconded by Commis- said Section, and that the Chair- enth Cent gasoline tax, to be used Construction' ment will consider the projects in
6:30 p.m. The Cler opened wit; sioner Player, the following reso- man and the Clerk of this Board as prescribed by regulations of the Avenue "A" Battle to Garri- the order listed above insofar as
meeting with prayer. DPage 200, Line 11, Name Gulf lution was adopted: be and they are hereby authorized said Department within this County son; Avenue "B" Battle to North practicable, but not to the extent
Mr.. E. Lee McCubbin, Director, Inland Towing Co., Value $2200., Whereas, the State Road De- and directed to execute and de- as requested by resolution of this Park; North Park Avenue "C" of retarding the whole program;
Commodity Distribution Division, t. $82.72 Corrected Amt. apartment has authorized and re- liver on behalf of said County to Board of County Commissioners to Avenue "A"; Avenue "F" that the termini of the projects as
Deparent of Public Welfared pur- $33.39 quested Gulf County to furnish said Department the Contract in and approved by the Department Hodrick to Peters; Avenue "E" described in the resolution and
appesuant to invitation, for the pur- Page 203, Line five, Name P. E. the necessary rights of way, bor- the form hereto attached; and be for one more of the following pur- Battle to Peters; Avenue "G" shown on the accompanying map,
suant to discusinvitation, for the pur- McDaniel, Value 1500; Amt. 55.65 row pits and easements for that it further/ poses: Construction, reconsturction Main to East end of Street; Baltzell rather than any estimate of funds
pose ofmdiscus tributiog and explain Prong Corrected Amt. 18.55. portion of Section 51580, Streets Resolved, that the attorney for maintenance and repair of State Avenue 1st to 2nd Street. therefore, shall control the Depart-
gram under the Commodity Distribulations of the Page 204 Line eight, Prescott's in Wewahitchka, including jarts this Board be, and he is hereby roads and bridges, the lease or PRIORITY 6-Port St. Joe (Resur- cents allocation of funds; that
gram under the regulations of Public Wel- Garage, Value 450.00, Amt. 26.70, of Streets in Wewahitchka, which authorized and directed to pro- purchase of bridges connecting face) this resolution shall remain in ef
Florida Department of Public Wel- Corrected Am. NONE, has been surveyed and located by ceed tomake the necessary steps State roads, the acquisition of rights 6th Street Monument to Wood fet throughout the year; and that
fare. He presented handbooks on Page 204, Line 29, The Stop and the State Road. Department as for the County to acquire in the of way for State rodas, and the re- ward; 13th Street Monument to after the current year the recom-
distallbution that sets out in detail Swap Shop, Value 330. Amt. 12.24, shown by a map on file in the of- name of said County by donation, duction of road and bridge indeb- Woodward; 7th Street Monmendation of this resolution shall
all phases of operating the pr- corrected Amt NONE fice of the Clerk of the Circuit purchase, or condemnation said tedness; and ument to Woodward Baltzell constitute a continuing improve-
tions at length. He said that only Commissioner Kennedy announ- Court of said County, and in the rights of way, borrow pits and Whereas, The State Road Depart- 2nd to 5th Street; Woodward Ave- less changed by a subsequent an-
17 counties in Florid a are partic- l cedothatmissiion nnen with the office of the said Department at easements for said portion of said ment has requested this County -1st to 5th Street; Woodward Ave. nual resolution.
ipating in the program; that this Chairman's directions, lie recon, TaUahassee, and Section, and to prepare in the Board to recommend the purpose 19th to 16th Street; Palm Boule- There being no further business.
program will c theprog Cont a- mended the following citizens be Whereas, the said Department name of said County by its County for which, and the roads on which, vard 10th to 14th Street 4th themeeting did then adjourn.
round $4,000.00 to $5,00000 per appointed on a Committee to plan will not begin construction of said by its County Commissioners all this County's 80% surplus gas tax Street Woodward to St. Joe Bay; Att meeting did then adjourn.
year, but the recipients will re- 'the development and manage- portion of said Section in said condemnation papers, affidavits and Federal Aid Secondary alloca- Hunter Circle Garrison to Garri- Gttest Y. Cor Clerk
ceive around $48,000.00 in Com- ment of a prepared recreation area County until title to all land ne- and pleadings, and prosecute all tions should be spent for construc- son; llth Street Monument to JamesG. McDniell, Chairman
moiies. He said that he inspected at the old Beacon ill Lighthouse cessary for said portion of said condemnation proceedings to judg- tion and improvement;and Long; 8th Street Monument toames
mo e control B dins in site Section has been conveyed to or ment; and furnish to the Depart- Whereas, the State Road Depart- Woodward; 12th Street Monu-
Port St. Joe and the American Max W. Kilbourn, Jesse V. Stone, vested in said State by said County, ment the abstract search provided ment requires this information so ment to Long. TERM ITES
Legion Hut in Wewahitchka and W. H. Howell, Jr. J, T. Simpson, C. and said lands are physically clear- for in said Contract. that it may be considered in the Port St. Joe
that neither building would meet E. Daniell, Walter Graham, Wil- ed of all occupants, tenants, fences, There being no further business, preparation of the Annual Budget (New Construction) SW ARM ING?
the required warehouse facilities; liam J. Rish, Mrs. C L. Costin and buildings and or other structures the meeting adjourned, of the State Road Department; and Standard Ditch Section
that new buildings would probably Mrs; J. T Rircketson. and improvements upon or encroac- George Y, Core ,Clerk Whereas, this Board conferred PRIORITY 7-Wewahitchka (New -
cost less than the needeings would probably Mrs. T. icketson. the Board unan- within the limits of the land James G. McDaniell, Chairman with the State Road Department Construction)
cost less than the needed repairs Whereupon, the Board unani- required for 5aid portion of said
that would be required on the monsly voted to appoint the above s poton of sad concerning, the projects to be se- Britt Avenue SR 71 to West Fri
two buildings. He then told the Committee The Clerk was direct e above Section; and elected and the specifications with 1st Street; West 1st Street Britt
Board to make a complete study to notify each member of this Corn Whereas, the said County is fin- WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA respect thereto, Avenue to Lewis Place; Lewis
of the rules and regulations as set mittee of the appointment ancially unable at this time to pro- MARCH 24, 1964 Now, Therefore, be it resolved Place Britt Avenue to West 1st
out in the Handbook on Distribu- Commissioner Strickland recom- vide the necessary funds to ac- The Board of County Commis- that the State Road Department is Street; West 1st Street Lewis call
tion before taking action on wether mended that the County consturct quire said rights of way, borrow sioners of Gulf County, Florida met hereby requested to use such funds Place to Reid Avenue; Iola Avenue
or not Gulf County will file an ap- a boat ramp on the County proper- pits and easements; now there- this date in Special Session with for construction 'including rights 2nd Street to 4th Street; Church
plication to enter the program. The ty at Beacon Hill. He said that a fore, be it the following members present: of way acquisition, surveys, plans Avenue SR 71 to Morgan Lane;
Chairman thanked Mr. McCubbin great number of citizens have re- Resolved, that the State Road James G. McDaniel, Chairman, Leo maintenance, etc.' of the following -Henry Avenue 3rd Street East
for attending this meeting and quested that a ramp be located Department of Florida be and it is Kennedy, S. C. Player, and A. J. roads: to Cleckley Lane; Cleckley Lane- for the sake of your horn.me
explaining the program, along St. Joe Beach in order that hereby requested to pay for the Strickland. The Clerk, Sheriff, At- PRIORITY 1-Wewahitchka Chipola Avenue to River Road;
The Chairman welcomed Senator it would not be too far from town. rights of way, borrow pits and
Luther Tucker to the meeting. Mr. It was determined that the only easements for said road, including
Tucker stated that he was in at- right of way into the water avail- the removal of buildings, fences
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