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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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c TH E STA MONEY TALKS-Lets keep
Sit where we can speak with It
E C Y once In a while-Trade with
P E R CO P Y your home town merchantsl

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

TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1964 NUMBER 32


Boy Scout Circus

Will Be Staged

Tomorrow Night
Boy Scout Troop 47 will stage
its annual Boy Scout Circus tomor-
row night beginning at 8:00 p.m.
Thpm Ineal Trovl*^n nAn nrP !nt th m-:


Board Sets Court




House Election


DENTAL CLINIC-Posing above beside the
State Board of Health Mobile Dental Clinic
are James T. McNeill, Dr. Willa Dean Low-
ery, Ed Ramsey, Sid Brown, Dr. Parrish


Brown (operator 'of the clinic), Dr. Bob
King (local dentist) B. Roy Gibson, Jr.,
and Sid Brown, Rotary President. These
-STAR PHOTO


Rotary Sponsored Dental



Clinic Begins Work Here


The Florida State Board -of
Health Mobile Dental Unit, spon-
sored by the Rotary Club of Port
St. Joe has begun a program of
'corrective dental care and dental
health education. The unit is cur-
rently stationed on the school
grounds of the Washington Elemen-
tary School. When work is complet-
ed this unit will be moved to Car-
ver School ini Wewahitchka.
The purpose of this program
is threefold. 1) direct remedial
care for children in the first six
< grades of. school whose parents
are medically indigent. 2) Pre-
Svntion of dental diseases'resulft-
ing from poor care and maloc-
clusion. 31 Promote an awareness
of the importance of consistent
daily care of the teeth. The Unit
is fully equipped with all neces-
sary instruments including X-
ray. It is operated by a graduate
dentist.
This is the first part of the Ro-
tary sponsored program. In this
'phase it is anticipated that ap-
proximately 350 Negro students in
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka will
be benefitted. A similar unit for
the white school children will be
in^the County in the early fall.


Breakdown Hampers
Production of The Star
If you find something missing
from this week's Star, we are in-
deed sorry.
Our newspaper press suffered
a bad breakdown last Saturday,
as we were printing the last of
the "Campaign Sale" circulars.
An attempt to 'repair if' was fu-
tile, so we had to call a printing
machinery "doctor" from Atlanta
to fix the press's innards. He ar-
rived yesterday, and the press is
probably being put back together
today.
In the meantime, we have had
to make up pages and take them
to Wewahitchka to print them.
Such an arrangement makes
for a lot of work, a lot of hurry-
ing, and consequently a lot of
forgotten things and things that
time just wouldn't allow for.
We'll try to tell you why we
think the press threw a gear in
next week's paper if we get
the thing fixed.

Softball Season Gets
Under Way Monday,


DSKeTIDail wuaras Monday night our season opened
Given Local Players and, as expected, there was plenty
of fireworks. It all started when
The last of the basketball awards Wewa Bank met Wiley's Supply in
were presented on Thursday night the first game.
of last week, and Coach Bobby Wewa Bank jumped off to a 7-0
Brown has released the following lead in the first inning. This was
list of Port St. Joe Sharks who short-lived. After three innings the
made a fine showing in regional, score was deadlocked at 7-7. This
htate and local awards. was only the beginning. In the fifth
Local awards made to individual, Wiley's mixed eight hits with four
team members by Port St. Joe in- Wewa errors to score eleven runs
dustry were as follows: and put the game out of reach.
"Most Improved Player", Fred Strickland, Murdock, Brown, Beard
Chason. and Dean had two hits each to lead
"Most Improved Player", Randy the Wewa attack. Bob Munn and
Weston. David Nance had three hits each
"Leadership Award", Billy Versi- for the winners. Larry Davis rap-
ga. ped an inside the park homer and
"Sportsmanship Award", Leon Billy Barlowe scored four runs for
Hobbs. Wiley's.
Area Awards The second game saw Vitro tak-
Last Thursday, Freddie Chason ing a squeaker from Florida Bank.
was signally honored by being se- Vitro built up a five run lead be-
lected to play in the North-South fore the Bankers broke loose in
all star game to be played on Au- the bottom of the fourth to score
gust 1. in Gainesville. Chason was four runs. However, Vitro tighten-
also selected as a member of the ed up and did not allow any more
All-Big Bend team, all Northwest Bankers to cross the plate. Walter
Florida conference team and the Dodson led the Bankers at the
all-group team. plate as he went two for three. The
Bob Crai w as selected as an all Vitro o ffense was led bvr WqIn XTn


Northwest F 1 or ida Conference
player and to the All-Big Bend in
Class "B".
Billy Versiga has been selected
to the All-NWFC team, the All-Big
Bend, class B and the Pensacola
Journal award for all NWF, Class
B.
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STUDY COMMITTEE WILL
NOT MEET TONIGHT
The County Education Study
Committee will not meet Thursday
. night (tonight) because of school
holidays.


Plans Made for

Flower Show
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will present its Spring flower show I
at:the Centennial Building on Sat-'
urday and Sunday, May 2 and 3.
The event, open to the public


from 2:00 to 8:00 p.m., May 2 and
'from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. May 3, is
the first show the Club has had in
,,several years.
Divisions will include Horticul-
'ture, Artistic designs, Table sett-
ings and an Art Show. by Gulf
County talent. All artists in the
county are invited to participate
in this phase of the -show.
Award ribbons will be given to
winning exhibits and arrangements.
The theme of the show this year
will be "Art and Nature"
The show will be arranged as
follows: Division I, Arrangements.
Class I, A Beautiful Mass of Color
(mass arrangement); fresh cut plant
material. Class II, "The Moon Is
Young", interpretation of the cres-
cen t form in an arrangement of
fresh cut plant material. Class III,
"Mother's Day", a line arrange-
ment with accessory required. Class
IV, "Wooden Wonderland", ar-
rangement featuring driftwood with
dried material. Accessories permit-
ted. Class V, "Hint of Spring" all
fresh foliage.
Division II. Horticulture. All
types of house plants (flowering or
foliage).. Cut flowers grown by ex-
hibitor.

Scott Kelly to Visit
Gulf County Saturday
Scott Kelly, candidate for Gover-
nor is scheduled to speak in Port
St. Joe and Wewahitchka Saturday,
according to Bill Carr, local chair-
man of the Kelly "Go Team".
Kelly is scheduled to speak in
Wewahitchka at 2:40 EST, across
from the drug store.
The Gubernatorial candidate will
then make his second appearance
in Port St. Joe of the campaign at
3:35 when he will speak in front
of Campbell's Drug Store.

Kindergarten Will Present
Annual Program May 1
The Happy Land Kindergarten,
operated by Miss Elizabeth Ann


Ernst, Blair Shuford and Danny Browne and Mrs. Charles Browne,
Maddox. will present their annual operetta
BOX SCORES I".The Four Pigs at the World's
R H E Fair", Friday, May 1 at 8:00 p.m.
Wiley's 0 6 1 1 11 2 0-21 19 5 in the High School Auditorium.
W. Bank 7 0 0 0 2 1 0-10 14 61 Everyone is invited to attend
R H E this annual program.
Vitro ____1 0 2 2 0 0 0-5 9 5 ___
Fla. Bank 0 0 0 4 0 0 0---4 8 5 CLUB 22 WILL HAVE
Tonight's schedule: 7:00 p.m., RUMMAGE SALE FRIDAY
Fla. Bank vs Wewa Bank. 9:00 p.m.I Club 22 will have a rummage
Wiley's Supply vs Vitro.
Monday's schedule: 7:00 p.m. sale Friday afternoon and Satur-
Florida Bank vs Wiley's. 9:00 p.m. day morning, April 24 and 25, in
SVitro vs Wewa Bank. front of the American Legion Hall.


e iocai Lroop presents the cir-
cus each year from the ground up.

script, build the props and scenery
and manufacture all items used in The County Board continued
the show. Funds from the show are
used to provide funds for camping their last week's meeting on Mon-
a.ctivities. day of this week to decide on when
The circus will be presented at to hold the special election on whe-
Centennial baseball stadium. their or not to relocate the county
The program will be as follows: seat of Gulf County.
Flag ceremony The session was brought about
Introduction of the 1964 Boy by a court ruling last week that
Scout Queen candidates. The can- the first date set for the election,
didates are Sandra Lee, Sheila May 5, was illegal, due to failure
Thornton, Barbara Weeks. The 19- to properly advertise the election.
63 queen, Becky Childers, will also All five commissioners were
be present. present Monday to decide on the
'election date.
Then will come the circus of Roy Whitfield, public relations
clowns, animals, novelties, more manager for the Gulf Coast Electric
clowns, Indians, monkeys, more Cooperative in Wewahitchka and
clowns, the Beverly Hillbillies, The representative for the group call-
Twist, strong man, sharp shooters, ing themselves, "The Little Tax-
and many other entertaining cir- payers", requested the board to
cus events order the election on the Reloca-
Master of Ceremonies for the tion movement for May 26.
show will be R. H. Ellzey. Jake Be- A motion to schedule the elec-
lin will be the Ringmaster. tion for May 26 at the time of the
Admission to the annual show second Democratic primary. The
will be $1.00 for adults and 50c mov ew unanimously approved
for students, by the board.
As a result of this move, the
d M A election will now be held on May
Band Makes A Goo 26 in place of the former date of
Contest Grade In Quincy may 5. .
Contest Grade In QuinConty Clerk was instructed
Port St. Joe's fine band entered to properly advertise the election
the Second District FBA band con-iand to draw up the form for the
cert in Quincy on Saturday, Ap-'proposed ballot.
ril 11. The band competed in The Star will publish the pro.
threo nhhases of nlaving: co nncert posed Relocation ballot in next


playing, sight reading and march-
ing.


*The band has received notifica-
tioh that it made the following
grades in the various classifica-
tions: Concert, "Excellent"; Sight
Reading "Excellent" and Marching
"Superior".
There were 20 bands participat-
ing in the contest from Class AA


week's paper.
Any city, village, or town wish.
ing to be listed as an alternate
site for the county seat may re-
quest the board, not later than 15
days before the. election; to have
their name put on the ballot.
Board Changes Meetings
To avoid conflict with the two
primaries in May, the board decid-
ed to schedule its two regular"


to tclass CC. meetings for that month -a. day.
Chaperones for the Port St. Joe earlier and have them on Monday,"
band were Mrs. Jacque Price, Mrs. May 4 and Monday, May 25, with
C. W. Robbins, Mrs. R. E. Downs, each meeting to start at 9:00 a.m.,
and Mrs. E. L. Antley. CST.
H e r m a n Dean, bandmaster, Chairman, James McDaniel, rec-
states that he and the band mem- ommended that the Board obtain
bers are satisfied with all ratings the services of another lawyer for
received and that much has been the board. No one offered to make
gained by the constructive criti- such a motion and the meeting was
cism of the various judges. over.


First Baptist Church Begins Revival

Services Sunday; Maguire Is Speaker


Ball Season Opens
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AMERICAN LEAGUE-Mayor Frank Hannon began Little Boys Base-
ball play last Monday, by handing out the first ball. Above, left to
right are league president Roy Burch; vice-president, W. J. Herring,
Hardstar coach Ralph Dupree, Hannon, Boxer coaches Lou Lit-
tle and Jimmy Harrison. Perky White, Romaine Pool, Wayne Weeks
and Gary Griswold are the players.


1 815 1% W AW1Tl 0. A &a
NATIONAL LEAGUE-Hannon repeated his ceremony here. Left to
right are, Burch, Hannon, Herring, Billy Herring, Ford Western
coach Everette Owens, Alford Ramsey, James White, Rotary coach
Foy Adams, Randy Smith and Rotary coach, Lamar Moore.


Retail Merchants Will


Begin Big Sale Today

Port St. Joe Retail Merchants are I
joining together this Thursday, Fri- 8,000 btu room air conditioner or
day and Saturday, to conduct a big a Zenith 19" portable television and
city-wide sale in Port St. Joe. stand.
The sale is using the theme, Registration for the grand prize
"Campaign Sale" and is following can be made at any of the stores
the election theme. flying the sale balloons on Thurs-
One of the main features of the day, Friday and Saturday.
big sale, outside of the bargain More details of this big sale can
prices being offered by all the be had by examining the 14-page
participants, is the free offer of circular delivered to your door
a brand-new appliance for some yesterday.
lucky winner. And not just one ap-
pliance, but a choice of nine. MRS. PHILYAW RECOVERING
Winner of the grand prize award FROM EYE OPERATION
at 6:00 p.m. Saturday may choose Friends of Mrs. H. C. Philyaw
between: a Caloric a la carte oven, will be happy to learn that she is
a Frigidaire 10 cubic foot upright doing fine after undergoing a cor-
food freezer; General Electric Au- nea transplant on her eyes at the
ltomatic Washing Machine; Hot- Medical Center Hospital at the
point 40" electric range; Kelvina- University of Florida in Gaines-
|tor 13 cubic foot refrigerator; RCA ville.
Whirlpool automatic dish washer; Mrs. Philyaw will be there for
IUniversal 37" gas range; Wizard several weeks.

Panama City Artist, James Chichester, Will
Present Special Program in Local Church Sunday


DR. JOHN MAGUIRE James Chichester, a professional
DR. JOHN GUChristian artist, will present a pro-
Evangelist
gram on religion and art at the
T A BLong Avenue Baptist Church, Sun-
TWO RUn-Away Boys day evening at 8:00 p.m. Rev. J. C.
Are Picked Up Here Odum, Pastor of the local church
invites everyone to attend.
Two Texas boys were picked up Mr. Chichester is an art teacher
by Port St. Joe police Friday morn- and an elder in the First Presby-
ing of last week and charged with terian Church of Lynn Haven. He
transporting a stolen vehicle. is a charter member and the first
According to Chief H. W. Grifin, president of the Panama Art Asso-
the two teen-age youths had stolen ciation and a member of the Flor-
la motorcycle in Orange, Texas be- ida Federation of Art.
longing to the father of one of the The Sunday evening service will
boys, and wound up in Port St. Joe. feature seven original oil paintings
The boys said it was their fifth under special lights, of the Seven
time to*un away from home, but Days of Creation, by Mr. Chiches-
the first time they had taken trans- ter. The service will be interwoven
portation with them. with scripture and music. Each
Texas Deputies arrived in Port day's creation will be displayed as
St. Joe Saturday morning to take the artist tells of its religious sig-
'the boys back with them. nificance.


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JAMES CHICHESTER


The First Baptist Church will
begin a series of revival services
on Sunday, April 26.
The revival series will continue
through Sunday, May 3, Services
will be held at the regular service
hours on the two Sundays, and at
7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. on week
days.
Guest evangelist for the meeting
will be Dr. John Maguire, Execu-
tive Secretary of the Florida Bap-
tist Convention of Jacksonville
Song leader for the services will be
Ronald Hilburn of the Dalraida
Baptist Church of Montgomery
Alabama.
Rev. C. Byron Smith, pastor of
the First Church extends a cordial
invitation to everyone to attend
the special services.

Times Changed for
Saturday's Rallies
The time for the political ral.
ly to be held in Wewahitchka and
Overstreet this Saturday has been
changed, according to Sammy
Patrick, secretary of the Gulf
County Democratic Executive
Committee.
The new times have the rally
in Overstreet being held at 1:30
p.m., and in Wewahitchka at
3:00 p.m., Port St. Joe time.
All those in interested fn the
rally should note the change in
time.
The last rally of the first pri-
mary preparation will be held in
Port St. Joe next Saturday af-
ternoon at 3:00 p.m.

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


St. Joseph's Lending
libraryy Sets Open Hours
The St. Joseph's Children's Li-
brary on Eighth Street between
Monument and Long Avenues is
open on Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. and on Fri-
days fro m3:00 to 5:00 p.m.
All children are invited to use
the facility.

VOTE FOR
A. J. Strickland
CANDIDATE FOR
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT NO. 1
I am grateful to you for your
past support and I ask your
continued support in my candi-
dacy for re-election. As your
Commissioner, my every action
and decision has been made
with the best interest of the
people in mind.
As your public servant, I have
tried to serve you loyally, con-
scientiously, fairly, straightfor-
wardly. If re-elected, I will serve
to the best of my ability.
Again, I will appreciate your
support and valuable influence,
and I will be honored and pleas-
ed to -have you cast your vote
for me Tuesday, May 5, 1964.
Thank you.
A. J. STRICKLAND
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)


Vote and Elect

J.C. ARBOGAST

REPRESENTATIVE
of GULF COUNTY
Ability to work with the Legisla-
ture for the best interest of Gulf
County.


* CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING


FOR SALE: 1963 Corvair conrerti-
ble, just like new. 102 hp. engine
4-speed transmission, bucket seats.
All the extras. For more informa-
tion call 227-2426 days, 229-3976
nights. ltp
FOR SALE: 15%' boat with 40 hp.
Evinrude motor ,trailer. Like
new. Terms. Wiley's Supply.
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-
dition. 2 new utility houses, ,double
steel carport on big lots. Priced to
sell at $8,500.0. Phone 229-2428. tfc
FOR SALE: 5 room house in Oak
Grove. 107 Jackson St. $1500.
Phone 229-3741 after 5:00 p.m. 4p
OR 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
3 BEDROOM HOME
Large utility room
1601 Marvin Ave.
CLYDE A. WHITE
Phone 227-5951
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house.
Palm Blvd. Call Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., 227-4311 tfc-11-21


FOR RENT: Small two bedroom
house, piped for natural gas. At
910 Woodward Ave. $35.00 per mo.
Call 227-3661. tfc-4-9
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3 bed-
room house. 1317 Long Ave. Ph.
Billy M. Johnson, 227-3979. tfc
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment, downstairs. $55.00 a
month. Located at 507 10th St.,
near Elementary School. For fur-
ther information call 229-2002. 2tp
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment. Couple only. 1621 Monu-
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641 tfc-4-9
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom frame
house on corner lot in Oak Grove
Has deep well and shade trees.
Call 227-3021. 4tp-4-23
FOR RENT: 2 well furnished mo-
dern triplex apartments. Water
side. Mexico Beach. Phone 648-
3675 or 227-4261. tfc-4-23
FOR RENT: 10th St., 5 room house,
unfurnished, $35 mo. 10th St., 2
bedroom house furnished, $35 mo.
Long Ave., 5 room unfurnished
house, $40 mo. See Mrs. Nora Du-
ren, Phone 227-5471 or phone 229-
2941. 2c-1-16
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house at
1007 Monument Ae. For informa-
tion call 227-5471, or 229-2941. tfc


FOR RENT: One 2-bedroom furnish-
ed apartment. One 2-bedroom
unfurnished apt. Two 1-bedroom
houses, furnished. Smith's Phar-
macy, Phone 227-5111.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment. 1506 Long Ave. Phone
227-5426. tfc-2-13
FOR RENT: Unfurnished large 2
bedroom house. Fenced back
yard. Nice neighborhood. Phone
227-8536 after 5:00 p.m. tfc-4-16
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished ap-
artment. 1505 Monument Ave.,
Phone 227-7421. tfc-4-16


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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom nicely fur-
nished apartment. Close to town.
Call 229-4171. Brinson. ltp
PERSONALIZED RUBBER STAMP
One day service. J. A. Blackwell,
Phone 227-8476. tfc-4-23
WOOD WORKS Screen doors,
picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
HELP WANTED: Earn extra mon-
ey. $30 to $50 per week. Part
time. Represent the best. Contact
Fuller Brush Co. P. 0. Box 1342,
Tallahassee, Fla., or phone 877-
1978. .:ltc:
WANTED: Short order cook. No
phone calls. Apply at Daisy
Queen. tfc-4-16
PART-TIME work selling Avon
Products. Hours at your conven-
ience. White Mrs. Dorothy Martin,
Avon Dist. Manager, P. 0. Box 3345
MSS, Tallahassee, Fla.
LAWN NEED MOWING? Call Jim-
my Lester. 229-2815. 225 9th St.


LOST: 4.keys in small cloth sack.
Write P. 0. Box 672, Port St.
Joe. Liberal Reward. tp
MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
man is as near as your telephone.
Call 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES
OF ST. JOE, across from the Post
Office. Local and Long Distance
Moving. Free Estimates.
JOHNNY L. MIMS MOLDING SUP-
PLY CO. Manufacturers of cyp-
ress molding, small boat repair.
Specializing in kitchen cabinets.
Phone 648-4367, St. Joe Beach. 4tp
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
,t Parish House, 309% 6th St. Porr
S Joe, Flr Phone 229-36.3 fo"
tu iher information or write P. O
Lbu 535.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication uof Purt St. Joe IAdge
No .111, F. & V. ., eve,' ,irst
and third Thui aday at d 'j i. u.
,A7
N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 1l6,
TIlE AMERICAN LEGION, ,r. i.I
ing second and fourth T'ludam
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Leglui
Home.


R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
companions welcome.
JOE EVANS, High Priest
JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
NOTICE
I will not be responsible for
debts incurred by anyone other
than myself.
Mrs. George Montgomery 3t
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
.--


Lee Anna Hardy Honored On Birthday


Lee Anna Hardy, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Hardy was
honored recently with a dinner in
observance of her ninth birthday
with a dinner party at the Seven
Seas Restaurant in Panama City.
Shown above are the honoree
and her guests enjoying their
lunch. They are, left to right, Bar-
bara Ann Brodnax of Panama City,
Charmaine Kramer, Mitzie Hendrix,
Brenda Wall, the honoree and Ca-
therine Lyons.


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The Ladies Thursday morning
Coffee League held their first an-
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Mrs. Laurimore THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1964

Hosts Baptist Circle Resolution Deplores Elementary School Lunch
Circle No. 4 of the First Baptist Ruining Sea Oats Growth Room Menu for the Week
Church, WMS No. 1 met Monday, Resolutions deploring the ruth- Port St. Joe Elementary School
April 20 with Mrs. J. J. Laurimore, less destruction of native sea oats Morday, April 27
in her home in Highland View. have been submitted to the con- Beef hash! English peas, carrot
in her home in Highland servation law committee of the and cabbage salad, banana pudd-
Mrs. Aubrey Tomlinson, co-chair- Florida Federation of Garden ing, white bread and butter and
man, called the meeting to order. Clubs. milk.
Scripture was taken from Luke 13:
24 and was read by Mrs Laurimoreke This plant is harvested and sold Tuesday, April 28
followed with prayer by Mrs. Ste- commercially in Northeast Florida Sloppy Joe on buns, green but-
followed withand sea oats are almost non-exist- ter beans, tomato and lettuce sal-
After reports were made and ent along the "cleared" beaches of ad, blueberry muffins, butter and
After reportsSouth Florida. In this age of phe- milk.
minutes of the March meeting were nomenal change in our state, con- Wednesday, April 29
read. Program chairman, Mrs. side the wildlings in your area Hot dogs, buttered potatoes,
Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Tomlinson, Mrs. that need protection from extinc- cabbage slaw, spiced beets, choco-
Laurimore and Mrs. Stevens brot tion and send your recommenda- late cake, butter and milk.
Lau interesting discussion on "Ourtion to Mrs. William C. Knox, Thursday, April 30
Baptist Heritage". The topic, "Bap- chairman, conservation law com- Chicken and noodles, snap beans,
tists Emerge Into Modern History." mittee of the Florida Federation Spring salad, hot biscuit and jelly,
Mrs. Pridgeon urged all to at- of Garden Clubs, 648 Isle of Palms, butter and milk.
tend cottage prayer meetings to Fort Lauderdale. Friday, May 1
support the forthcoming revival be- The local Garden Club has been Macaroni and cheese, mustard
ginning April 26. working to see that the sea oats greens, potato sticks, pear salad,
Mrs. Daniell closed the meeting will be preserved. white bread and butter and milk.
with prayer.
The hostess served chicken, sal- Opening Times

down pineapple cake topped with Sat. 12:45 p.m.
whipped cream and punch to the Mon.-Fri. .. 4:45 p.m.
seven members present.
Thursday and Friday Saturday Only


St. Joe Motel. Golden A ers Will
Trophies were presented to the Golden Agers Will
ladies by Everette Zeigler. Attend Revival
The Amison Seafood team con-
sisting of Verna Burch, captain, The Golden Agers held their
Lois Smith, Christine Lightfoot and regular meeting at the Stac House
Doris Amison. Lois Smith and Dor- with the president, Mrs. VanLand-
is Amison of this team were award- ingham presiding, who opened the
ed trophies for individual achieve- meeting with prayer.
ments. Lois was awarded trophies A committee appointed to select
for second high average and sec- shrubbery with Mr. Tapper's dona-
ond high series. Doris was winner tion reported that it has already
of the trophy for third high game. been placed in the park, and is
The Whitfield Strikers, consist- lovely evergreen. The club is very
ing of Norma Zeigler, captain, Eula proud to have a part in the park
Dickey, Ruby Lucas and Jerry Free- project and confident it will be
man were presented their trophies greatly enjoyed in years to come.
for finishing second in this year's As is the custom of the Golden
competition. Agers, the group will meet at the
The Jitney Jungle team consist- Stac House Monday and go as a


ing of Jessie Ruth Ramsey, captain,
Jean Stebel, Lois Faulk and Eve-
lyn Smith were awarded third
place trophies. Evelyn Smith won
trophies for first high game, first
high average and first high series.
The Sympathy Award Trophies
were presented to Faye's Seafood
Grill, which consisted of Alice Ma-
chen, captain, Ann Whittle, Faye


group to attend the revival services
being conducted at the First Bap-
tist Church.
The club is glad to welcome Mr.
Flood back to its organization.
For refreshments, the hostesses,
Mrs. J.,A. Fillingim and Mrs. Des-
sie Lee Parker served a variety of
cookies and hot coffee.


Gardner and Lucille Pierce.
Irene Beaman from St. Joe Nat-
ural Gas team was awarded the
trophy for most improved bowler.
Mary Brown, bowling for West
Florida Gas, was presented trophies
for second high game, third high
average and third high series.
The election of officers was held
for the ensuing year. Jerry Free-
man was elected president; Audrey
Tanner, vice preisdent; Norma
Ziegler, secretary-treasurer; Lois
Faulk, sergeant at arms and Verna
Burch, reporter.


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Mrs. W. J. Daughtry prayed for
the missionaries on the prayer cal-
endar. Mrs. Marshall asked for re-
ports from the officers.
Delicious refreshments were then
served.
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Garden Club Members
Attend Area Meeting
Ladies attending the District II,
President's conference of Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs in
Chattahoochee Tuesday were Mrs.
H. W. Griffin, Mrs. Tom Byrd, Mrs.
T. G. Alsobrook, Mrs. J. C. Arbo-
gast and Mrs. Dave Jones.
The host club entertained the
visitors with a tour of the green
houses and rose garden of the Apa-
lachee Correctional Institution.
Mrs. Jones was appointed to
serve on the nominating commit-
tee for the new year.
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White City Fire Dept.
Ladies Auxiliary Meets
The White City Volunteer Fire
Department Ladies Auxiliary met
in the Community Building with
Mrs. Mystic Harcus as hostess. The
meeting was called to order by the
president, Mrs. James Horton lead-
ing the group in repeating the
Lord's Prayer.
, Reports of committees were in
order and the Ways and Means
Chairman, Mrs. Walter C. Robin-
son, reported she had received a
new shipment of Marion-Kay Pro-
ducts. Among these items are pure
vanilla flavoring, black pepper, gar-
lic powder, onion salt, lemon fla-
voring, celery powder, bo-kay and
lovely milk glass salt and pepper
sets. We would appreciate anyone
purchasing any of these items.
The Auxiliary wishes to take this
opportunity to thank the many
friends and candidates who pur-
chased goodies from them at the
Bake Sale during the political ral-
ly.
The Auxiliary welcomed a new
member, Mrs. James Harper. Every
interested lady in White City is in-
vited to come join them. Mrs. Ray-
nond T. Hightower will be hostess
to the next meeting which will be
on May 6 at 10:00 a.m.
A social hour of delicious re-
reshments was enjoyed by all.


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would be more attractive as a sce-
nic drive if it were all four-laned.
To be called "U. S. Highway 98
Scenic Route, Inc., the non-profit
organization formed to seek the
four-laning, held its first meeting
April 1 in Apalachicola.
S. G. Rowelle, Carrabelle busi-
nessman, was elected president.
W. C. Buzzett, Apalachicola mana-
ger for the Florida Power Co., and
Wade Barrier, Jr., Port St. Joe
city commissioner, were named vice
presidents of the organization.

Mary McMillan Circle
Meets With Mrs. Chason
The Mary McMillan Circle of the
Women's Society of Christian Ser-
vice of the First Methodist Church,
met Monday morning at the home
of Mrs. W. L. Chason.
The devotion, "A Cup" was giv-
en. This meditation was taken
from the book, "Grains of Sand".
The devotional was given by Mrs.
Paul Blount.
The business meeting followed
at which time world bank money
was turned in and the pledges were
paid up. This was the last meeting
for this church year. Next month
will begin a new church year.
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BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ted Cannon of
Port St. Joe announce the adop-
tion of a baby boy. He is seven
weeks old and has been named
John Gregory.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Audie Smith of Tallahassee and
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cannon of Port
St. Joe.


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First Baptist Circle 3 1 Group Seeks 4-Laning
Meets With Mrs. Trammell Of U. S. 98 to Perry
Circle 3 of the First Baptist The Panacea Chamber of Com-
Church met Monday afternoon in merce joined Saturday with other
the home of Mrs. F. E. Trammell, groups and businessmen in an ef-
with seven members and one visi- fort t have U. S. 98 four-laned
tor, Mrs. Andrews, present. from the Alabama Line West of
Mrs. Dewey Davis began the Pensacola to Perry.
meeting with the devotional and The group agreed to seek help
prayer. of other chambers in cities along
The program, "Baptist Merger the northern Gulf coast where the
Into Modern History", was given highway runs.
by Mrs. Karl Marshall, Mrs. F. E. Some sections of the coast-hug-
Trammell, Mrs. Wesley Ramsey going highway are four-laned now,
and Mrs. L. Z. Henderson. but the chamber said U. S. 98


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Register for FALL TERM
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Jack and Jill Kindergarten
524 Eighth Street
SATURDAY, APRIL 25
9:00 A.M. 'Until 12:00 Noon
MRS. DUBOSE
MRS. FOX


Re Elect


Leo Kennedy
COUNTY COMMISSIONER -- DISTRICT NO. 5
For A Continued Progressive Business-like County
Government
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Parker G. Hart

Your COUNTY COMMISSIONER
FOR DISTRICT NO. 3
Hart has previous experience in County business and
will serve full time, honestly and impartially, the
citizens of Gulf County.
"Your Vote and Support Will Be Greatly
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1964 High School PTA Otis Py Completes
High School PTA Otis Pyle Completes

Highland View Church eers of Religious Freedom" by Va- Meeting Postponed Management Course
.loisByrd. The junior book is
In Study Course "Fighters for Freedom" by Margar- The High School PTA meeting Otis Pyle, president of the St.
S .. .. -' et Williams and the primaries will originally scheduled for tonight Joe Motor Company, Port St. Joe,
April 27 through May 1, the study "My Country" by Mrs. Lee has been postponed. The reason for has been certified as a graduate of
-Highland View Baptist Church will Evans. this postponement is to afford the dealership management course
conduct a five night study on In connection with this study parents and teachers taking advan- conducted at Ford Motor Corn-
"Baptist Heritage". The study will the message at the Sunday morning tage of the school spring holidays pany's Atlanta Marketing Institute.
bbegin at 7:30 p.m. each night. The worship hour at 11:00 a.m. will be to vacation without a conflicting
adults, age 17 and up will study "A Christian Prepares to Vote", schedule. The rescheduled date for Certification of course comple-
"Religious Liberty" by C. Eman- by the pastor, Rev. Harry Powel]. this meeting is Thursday, May 14. tion was announced by L. C. Brock,
uel]Carlson and W. B. Garrett. Thej The public is invited to attend '- director of the Ford Institute.
intermediate study will be "Pion- this study. MOVE THE COURTHOUSE The course is one of several
available at the Institute for deal-
ers, their personnel and Ford Mo-
Stor Company employes. Classes are
conducted by a staff of professional
S full-time instructors.
The Atlanta Marketing Institute
Annually enrolls more than 2,500
sales specialists of Ford Motor
Company products from a ten-
state area.


S. Whilfield Reunion
Sunday In Wewa
The annual Whitfield reunion
1" will be held on Sunday, April 26
e f beginning at 9:00 a.m., CST. All
friends and relatives are cordially
invited to attend.
As usual this reunion will be
held at the Community Building in
Wewahifbhka.


Layman's Revival At
I"1ulr Overstreet Church
;oE- The Overstreet Methodist
.. Church will hold a Laymen's Revi-
'% I | val on April 26 through May 1.
/ O Everyone is invited to attend.
Time for the services is at 8:00
__p.m. each evening.
Guests of Alligoods
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Alli-
kgood last week end were Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Alligood and daughter
EASy Denise of Atlanta, Georgia.

CamorousstingcmbinedicrereeVisiting Parents
SGlamorous stalumingoum furnued retubing.ree Mr. and Mrs. Lavaun Taylor and
a" polished aluminum furnurfort d eignd fobng. rIPOS son, Elbert of Barstow, California
Made for comfort -- designed efor foarf OLD~NGEf e. are visiting this week with Mr. Tay-
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1 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1964


Post Office Will Cut Back Services

On May 4th In Economy Move
The limited adjustments in some areas as usual on a six-day a week special delivery, for example. Reg-
postal services ordered in Wash- basis. ular business mail deliveries will
ington March 10 by Postmaster 2. Window services on Saturdays continue as usual. Letters and oth-
General John A. Gronouski to save will be curtailed during the hours er first class mail will be handled
i$12.7 millions will begin to take ef- the office is open from 8:00 a.m. with the same priority as usual.
fect in Port St. Joe and other ci- to 12:00 noon. Parcels for which' The economy step, Costin ex-
ties May 4, Postmaster Chauncey notices have been left on routes of plained, is in line with President
Costin announced this week. "attempted delivery" may be call- Johnson's programs under which
Service changes planned include ed for, also parcels for which no- the recent Federal income tax cut
the following, Costin said: tices have been placed in post of- was provided.
1. Parcel post deliveries will be fice boxes may be called for. Oth-
provided on a five-day a week basis er services available on Saturday Cadidate FOr
only, except on star and mounted will be sale of stamps, acceptance Candidate For
routes which include the route of parcel post, registered and cer- School Board Member
serving the beaches area and Ken- tified mail and C.OD.'s. There will
ney's Mill. There will be no parcel be no sales of money orders on I am seeking re-election as a
post deliveries to the residential Saturday. member of the Board of Public In-
areas of Port St. Joe, Oak Grove Mail will be collected and dis- struction, District No. 4. I have
and Highland View on Tuesdays, patched as usual and Saturday de- been'a resident of Gulf County for
the past 28 years.
and there will be no parcel post livery of mail, including parcel I am married and have four sons.
delivery to the business area of post, will not be affected. I have been an employee of the
Port St. Joe on Wednesdays. First The Postmaster emphasized that St. Joe Paper Company since 1938.
Having had children in school dur-
class parcels, air parcel post, per- no essential major services are af- ing most of this time I have been
ishable articles, and special deliv- fected under the orders. There will interested in our schools. As in
the past I will help you with any
ery articles will be delivered to all be no change in home delivery or problem you may have.
I W UiUl lik tf h kf L yUit fnr


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iD-O'"For a Businessman-Governor"


I woul n to ti aniiK you UorI
making it possible for me to serve
as a member of the Gulf County
School Board for the past two
terms. I reel that the experience
I have gained during this time has
helped to qualify me to make you
a better School Board member.
I will appreciate your vote and
support.
C. E. 'Peck' BOYER
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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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O TT KE I THE DYNAMIC-CONSERVATIVE
SCOTT KELLY CANDIDATE

"I will insist on the repeal of the unfair increased tax on our auto-truck license tags. I led the
fight against this increase and voted against it in the legislature. I have advocated repeal of this
increase since its passage."
"I will propose to, and urge upon the legislature with all the influence of the governor's office,
the adoption of a resolution placing a constitutional amendment on the ballot, so that the people
may vote on this question which would give local school boards the authority to allow Bible read-
ing and prayer in our public schools. Further, I will lend all assistance possible to Florida's Con-
gressional Delegation in the enactment of a similar amendment to the Federal Constitution."










Paid by SCOTT KELLY FOR GOVERNOR Campaign Fund.


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -------. 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


V ote For

E. L. (Slim) ANTLEY
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
DISTRICT NUMBER 2
I would like the opportunity to work to help make all
schools in Gulf County second to none.
If you will elect me as School Board Member from Dis-
trict No. 2, I'll be an honest and faithful servant for the
people of Gulf County.
(Paid Pol. Adv.)









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i hater & Sewer Distct. Plans, Specifications, and Forms of
SHighland View, Florida. performance and Pay-
Separate sealed bids for the con- Bid Bond, Performance and Pay-
struction of a 200 GPM well com- ment Bond, and other contract doc-
plete with pump for the Highland uments may be examined at the
View Water & Sewer District, following: offices of Florida En-
Highland View, Florida, will be re- gineering Associates, Inc., at 400
ceived by the Board of Commis- East 3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Flor-
sioners of the Highland View Wa- ida.
Ster & Sewer District at the office Copies may be obtained at the of-
ter & Sewer District at the office f F ba neeein loc
-of Florida Engineering Associates, fice of Florida Engineering locat-
Inc., 400 East 3rd St., Port St. Joe, ed at 400 East 3rd Street, Port St.
Florida, until 3:00 o'clock P.M., E. Joe, Florida, upon payment of
S.T., 15th day of May, 1964, and $15.00 for each set. Any unsuccess-
then at School Auditorium, High- ful bidder, upon returning such set
land- View, Florida, publicly open- promptly and in good condition,
ed and read aloud, will be refunded his payment, and
ed and read aloud. d on so returning
The Information for Bidders, any non-bidder upon so returning
Form of Bid, Form of Contract, such a set will be refunded $10.00.
Plans, Specifications, -and Forms of The owner reserves the right to
Bid Bond, Performance and Pay- waive any informalities or to re-
ment Bond, and other contract doc- ject any or all bids.
uments may be examined at the Each bidder must deposit with
following: offices of Florida Engin- his bid, security in the amount,
Steering Associates, Inc., at 400 East form and subject to the conditions
3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Florida. provided in the Information for
Copies may be obtained at the Bidders.
office of Florida Engineering As- Attention of bidders is particu-
sociates, Inc., located at 400 East larly called to the requirements as
3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Florida up- to conditions of employment to be
on payment of $15.00 for each set. observed and minimum wage rates
Any unsuccessful bidder, upon re- to be paid under the contract.
turning such set promptly and in No bidder may withdraw his bid
good condition, will be refunded within 60 days after the actual
his payment, and any non-bidder date cf the opening thereof.
upon so returning such a set will Highland View Water
be refunded $10.00. & Sewer District
The owner reserves the right to Highland View, Florida
waive any informalities or to re- P. T. McCormick, Chmn.,
ject any or all bids. Board of Commissioners
Each bidder must deposit with Plans available in Dodge Rooms,
his bid, security in the amount, Jacksonville, Mobile and Montgom-
form and subject to the conditions ery.
provided in the Information for Fla. Engineering Associates, Inc.
Bidders. Consulting Engineers
Attention of bidders is particu- p. O. Box 947 4t-4-16
larly called to the requirements as Port St. Joe, Florida
to conditions of employment to be __
observed and minimum wage rates
to be paid under the contract.
No bidder may withdraw his bid ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
within 60 days after the actual date Project No. APW-FLA-150 GL,
of the opening thereof. Contract No. 3, Highland View
Highland View Water & Water & Sewer District
Sewer District Highland View, Florida
Highland View, Florida Separate sealed bids for the con-
P. T. McCormick, Chmn., struction of water distribution
Board of Commissioners mains, office building, and water
Plans available in Dodge Rooms, treatment facilities for the High-
Jacksonville, Mobile and Montgom- land View Water & Sewer District,
ery. -YHighland View, Florida will be re-
Fla. Engineering Associates, Inc. ceived by the Board of Commission-
Consulting Engineers ers of the Highland View Water &
P. 0. Box 947 4t-4-16 Sewer District at the office of Flor-
Port St. Joe, Florida ida Engineering Associates, 400
"- East 3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida until 3:00 o'clock P.M., E.S.T.,
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 15th day of May, 1964, and then at
Project No. APW-FLA-150 GL School Auditorium, Highland Viewd
ontract No. 2, Highland View Flori Water & Sewer District. aloud.
Highland View,. Florida. The Information for Bidders,
Separate sealed bids for the con- Form of Bid, Form of Contract,
struction of 100,000 gallon elevated Plans, Specifications, and Forms of
water storage tank complete with Bid Bond, Performance and Pay-
foundations for the Highland View ment Bond, and other contract doc-
Water & Sewer District, Highland uments may be examined at the
View, Florida will be received by following: offices of Florida Engin-
The Board of Commissioners of the peering Associates, Inc., at 400 East
Highland View Water & Sewer Dis- 3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Florida.
trict at the office of Florida Engin- Copies may be obtained at the
eering Associates, Inc., 400 East office of Florida Engineering As-
3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Florida, sociates, Inc., located at 400 East
until 3:00 o'clock P.M., E.S.T., 15th 3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Florida up-
day of May, 1964, and then at on payment of $15.00 for each set.
School Auditorium. Highland View Any unsuccessful bidder, upon re-


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turning such set promptly and in AND IF DEAD, THEIR UNKNOWN complaint cancelling and setting CARD OF THANKS THE STAR. r1 .s, j ". la.
good condition, will be refunded HEIRS, DEVISEES, LEGATEES aside any right, title, interest or THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1964
his payment, and any non-bidder AND GRANTEES, lien which you or any of you have, We would like to express our
upon so returning such a set will Defendants. claim, pretend, or assert in, to, on deep appreciation for all the kind
be refunded $10.00. or against said property and en- deeds and for the many prayers of- Port St. Joe High
The owner reserves the right to NOTICE TO APPEAR joinin. you and each of you fromfered for our son, Terry, during
waive any informalities or to re- THE STATE OF FLORIDA pretending, claiming or asserting i Terry, during H M h
ject any or all bids. TO: H. M. SHULTZ and WIL- any right, title or interest in or his illness. Luch Room Menu
Each bidder must deposit with LIAM J. FRANKLIN, if alive, and len upon said property. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Parrish
his bid, security in the amount, their unknown spouses, whose ad- You and each of you are hereby M Port St. Joe High School
form and subject to the conditions dress is unknown, and if dead, their notified and required to serve upon
provided in the Information for unknown heirs, devisees, legatees Silas R. Stone, Plaintiff's attorney, CARD OF THANKS Monday, April 27
Bidders. and grantees, or other claimants whose address is Post Office raw- I would like to offer my thanks Spaghetti and meat balls, oma-
Attention of bidders is particu- by, through, under or against the er '0", Port St. Joe, Florida, copy to sauce, frozen butter beans, cab-
above named defendants and each of your answer or written defenses, to the Port St JoeVolunteer re to sa frenbutt beans, ca
,obage slaw, apple sauce cake, milk,
to conditions of employment to be of them, having or claiming any if any, to the Complaint filed in Department for their fine wor.Ksaa.
observed and minimum e rates right, title or interest in or to the said suit, on or before the 8th day during a recent fire which burnedanuter.
observedrmwagern Tuesday, April 28
to be paid under the contract, following described lands situate, of May, 1964, and to file the ori- oneof my houses. Their actions es p 2
to bepad under the contra- ginal thereof with said Court. Here- e. actions chicken and rice, cranberry
No bidder may withdraw his bid lying andF being in Gulf County, in fail not or the decree of this kept two other houses from burn- Cc
within 60 days after the actual Florida: ourt will be entered against you ing, and I am very grateful for sauce, English pea salad, lettuce,
date of tl-. opening thereof. That certain parcel of land in by default, this sliced tomato, buttered corn, cake
Highland View, Water the county of Gulf, State of This Notice shall be published SAM GRICE squares, milk, bread and butter.
& Sewer District Florida, described as follows: This Notice shall be published SAM GRICEe eda
H highland View, Florida One acre ofland inSection 36 once each week for four (4) consec- Wednesday, April 29
P.Highland Viewck, nFlorida T 3 S, R10W, described as be- utive weeks in "The Star", a news- notified and required to All meat stew, gravy, buttered
Board of Commissioners ginning 51 feet East of SW cor- paper published in Gulf County, claims or demand s whi requchd they potatoes, slaw, green beans, apple
Plans available in Dodge Rooms, ner of SW of NW/4; thence Florida.have against said estate in the of- pie, milk, bread and butter.
Jacksonville, Mobile and Montgom- run Northwesterly along State WITNESS my hand and the offi- fee of the County Judge of hGulf Thursday, April 30
ery. Road No. 71, for a distance of 70 cial seal of said Court at Wewa- Coty, Florida, in the Courthousepotato
yards; thence run due East 70 hitchka, Gulf County, Florida, this atW
Fla. Engineering Associates, Inc. yards; thence run Southeasterly 7th day of April, A.D. 1964 at Wewahi thk Floromthda toShpping), herdturnip greens, muffin
on ulingngineers 4t-4- 16 parallel with State Road 71, for GEORGE Y CORE of the first publication of this no- bread, carrot stix, chocolate cake,
Port St. Joe, Florida S dance of 70ad Frds; to, the CIRCUITCOURcuEAur 4t tice Each claim or demand must milk, bread and butter.
e lwaSouth line of said Forty, thence CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t be in writing and must state the
run due West along said Forty ;ILAS R. STONE 4-9 place or residence and post office Friday, May 1
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF line to the point of beginning. Attorney for Plaintiff address of the claimant and must Macaroni and cheese, tossed
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR You and each of you are hereby be sworn to by the claimant, his spring salad, stuffed eggs, fruit
GULF COUNTY. IN notified that a Complaint has been IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S agent, or his attorney, or it will be- jello, cookies, milk, bread and but-
CHANCERY. filed against each of you in the COURT IN AND R GU come void according to law. ter
JAMEa IRA GTOVER and wife above named Court. The nature of COURT IN AND FORIDA. GULF Dated March 23, 1964
ANNIE L.GROVER and wfe the suit is one in equity to deter- n Re Estate of PORTIA BYRD,
Plaintiffs, thelaintiffs, to n e Estate of Executrix of the Estate of Es J0b Pr iti iot'
obtain a decree establishing, quiet'- RNEST DIXON, Ernest Dixon, deceased. r J Pr nin It S
-vs- ng and confirming their fee sim- Deceased William J. Rish,
H. M. SHULTZ and WILLIAM J. pie absolute title to the above de. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 303 Fourth Street 4t-3-26 THE STAR
FRANKLIN, IF ALIVE, AND scribe, property, removing there- All creditors of the estate of Er- Port St. Joe, Florida
THEIR UNKNOWN SPOUSES, rom the clouds alleged in said nest Dixon, deceased, are hereby Attorney for Executrix


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mission to ask the Court to rule in WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA first 2 miles of right-of-way
-MINUTES of the this question. April 14, 1964 would be given as soon as it could
I|ECO NTEMiS AON Hon. Silas R. Stone, Attorney for The Board of County Commis- be determined where the right of
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION the Petitioners, informed the sioners of Gulf County, Florida met way should be located and a sur-
this date in regular session with vey made. He said that he has nev-
Board that he has heretofore dis- the following members present: er mentioned or suggested that the
cussed this question with Hon. Da- James G. McDaniel, Chairman, road go to Saul's Creek, but only
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA of the County Seat in order that a vid C. Gaskin, Attorney for the Walter Graham, Leo Kennedy, S. to Jackson River, but that Com-
WEW AHITCHKA, 7 1LORIDA4 of the County Seat in order that a Court; that if Mr. Gaskin agrees C. Player and A. J. Strickland. The missioner Strickland said that he
April 7, 1964 matter pertaining to special elec- with his opinion, then there would Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, Road Su- would oppose the road unless the
The Board of County Commis- tion called for May 5, 1964, may be be no use to go further into this perintendent, Civil Defense Direc- public could have access to Saul's
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, brought to the attention of this question. Hon. David C. Gaskin in- tor and Max W. Kilbourn weCr also Creek. He again stated that he has
met this date in Special Session Board. former dthe Board that this ques- present. never promised a boat landing on
with the following members prs- T. S. Codewey, spokesman f tion is not one of certainty on ei- The meeting came to order at Saul's Creek and that the newspa-
with the following members pres- T.iS. Coldewey, spokesman e for their side, but a matter for the 9:00 A.M. The Clerk opened the per article and the minutes were in
ent: James G.McDaniel, Chairman, the Petitioners, appeared before Courts to rule on. He told the meeting with prayer, error.
Kennedyr Graham,. Player, Leo the Board and announced that he Board that he regrets that it was The minutes of March 10, 20 and The Chairman then read an arti-
Kennedy and A. J. Strickland. The was in doubt as to whether or not necessary for him to miss the meet- 24 1964, were read, corrected, ap- cle published by the Gulf County
Clerk, Sheriff and Attorney were the election had been advertised ing of March 24 when this matter and adopted: Breeze, issue of November 16, 1961
also present. according to law, and if it had not, was discussed. He then told the proved Chairman ordered that his and then read from the minutes of
The meeting came to order at then and in that event the election Board that he, and no other person statement appearing on page 140, the meeting of November 14, 1961,
5:00 Clerk opeedp.m. would not be legal. He said that was at blame if this matter was beginning with the last word on both inferring that the County had
The Clerk opened the meeting this matter should be straightened not properly handled.
with prayer. out at this time and suggested that line 6 to read as follows: "The been promised access to Saul's
The Chairman announced that the election be postponed until the After much discussion, the Chair- Chairman said that if they had Creek. Mr. Maige again stated that
this special meeting was called by date of election could be advertis- man announced that the Board promised to give the land at Saul's he did not make a statement as to
the Petitioners for the re-location ed according to law, or for the Com- would rule according to the Attor- Creek, then they were promised a landing at Saul's Creek.
neys' advise and then requested the land that they did now own." In answer to Commissioner Gra-
attorney to advise the Board what H. R. Maige appeared before the ham's question, Mr. Maige stated
RE-ELECT steps should be taken on the re- Board and announced that he that the present right of way is
--- RE-ELECT guest before the Board wanted to discuss several matters, about 1000 feet from Saul's Creek.
The Attorney advised that the the first of which is with reference In answer to Commissioner Gra-
I T P Court be requested to rule on the to the minutes which stated that he ham's question, Claude E. Lister
C L.A Y ER question before the Board. had promised the County a boat said that he was not in a position
*_ qThe Chairman then instructed landing on Saul's Creek. He stated to say if the Lister Company would
S COUNTY COMMISSIONER the attorney to see that this ques- that this is his first appearance be- give a right of way to Saul's Creek.
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SPROGRESS with ECONOMY The meeting did then adjourn, the St. Joe Paper Company to dis- is spending tax money in its con-
cuss the long proposed road run- struction.
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Your Vote and Support Will Be Chairman Jackson River; that he presented was his intention that the County
Appreciated ATTEST: letters from the Lister Company would own right of way to the wa-
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk. and the St. Joseph's Land and De- ters edge in order that all of Gulf
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road and he understood that the taxes collected within said City for
County would get this right of the Road and Bridge Fund.
way. This being the reason he dis- The Board directed its attorney
continued his objection to the to approve the form of the ballot
road as shown in the minutes of to be used in the question of chang-
November 14, 1961. ing the County seat and to see that
it is advertised according to law.
Mr. Maige then read his com- Commissioner Graham discussed
plete file on this matter and the the need for replacing street mark-
file of the Lister Company. Neither ers in Highland View. The Clerk
file mentioned a landing or right was instructed to write to the State
of way at Saul's Creek. He said Road Department and request the
that all deeds were given accord- State to attend to this need.
ing to the promises made. He then
suggested that the County contact Commissioner Kennedy told the
St. Regis Paper Company who owns Boar that it is urgent that the
the land now in question and re- County obtain the necessary right
quest right of way from the Com- of way for the St. Joseph's State
pany. Park Road at the earliest date pos-
The Chairman then read his file sible in order not to delay this pro-
on this question. He said he want- ject in any way. It was reported
ed R. C. Brent, Jr., to know that that the State Road Department is
this Board was not displeased with at this time preparing the Right of
the project; but the Board was un- Way Deeds and they should be in
der the opinion that a right of way the hands of the County within the
to the Creek had been promised, week. The Chairman said that the
He then stated that he made the Florida Board of Parks and I-istor-
statement that he thought the St. ic Memorials has informed this
Joseph's Land and Development Board that its present plans are to
Company had not lived up to its advertise for bids on development
promise as to doing certain work of said Park on May 20 and 27 and
on the road; that this statement to open the bids on June 10 and
was made because the first year that before any construction can
he was on this Board, he served commence, it will be necessary that
as Road Commissioner. He did not access roads be provided.
see but one dozer on that road Commissioner Graham presented
and no work was done during that fhe following resolution and mov-
year; but that he now understands ed for its adoption, seconded by
all the dozer work was completed Commissioner Strickland and una-
that could be done at that time nimously carried,- to-wit:
and that the clearing of a big RESOLUTION
swamp was holding up the dozer WHEREAS, the Florida Board of
work. WHEREAS, the Florida Board of
The Chairman then announced Parks and Historic Memorials has
that the work on this road would acquired from the United States
continue as soon as the weather a site on St. Joseph Peninsula for
and water permits. the purpose of constructing a State
Mr. Maige then discussed the WHEREAS, the United States ac-
proposed road running from SR 71 quired said property from the late
to the Dalkeith Road and stated uired sa property eel
to the Dalkeith Road and statedT. H. Stone, a beloved pioneer citi-
that he understood this projectzen of this County for defense pr-
was being held up by one land poses; and
owner. He sugegsted that someone WHEREAS, the descendants of
try to satisfy this land owner and the said T. H. Stone were instru-
construct this road as soon as pos- mental in the acquisition by the
sible. The Chairman said that an- t the eo fFsor in b othe
other land owner is trying to ob- State of Florida and developing
tain all the necessary right of way plans for the said park; and
for this project and as soon as the WHEREAS, the beloved T. H.
County has all right of way the Stone, during his lifetime was re-
road will be constructed. sponsible for many civic projects;
and
Mr. Maige then informed the WHEREAS, the Board of County
Board that citizens along the Commissioners of Gulf County de-
Beach area were complaining about sire to perpetuate the name of the
the water backed up in Panther beloved T. H. Stone;
Swamp due to the fact that it can- NOW, THEREFORE, Be It Re-
not find its way into the Gulf solved, by the Board of County
County Canal. He stated that the Commissioners of Gulf County,
U S. Engineers have consented to Florida, that the Florida Board of
allow this water to be drained into Parks and Historic Memorials, be,
the Canal if it is done in the proper and they are hereby requested to
way. He suggested that the County name the park on St. Joseph Pe-
consider making this a project for ninsula in Gulf County as the "T.
the Mosquito Control Program. The H. STONE-ST. JOSEPHS' STATE
Chairman requested Commissioner PARK" in everlasting honor and
Player to check with the Mosquito memory of the beloved late T. H.
Control Supervisor and the land Ston
owners to determine if this can be BEt IT FURTHER RESOLVED
included in the next budget. that a copy of this Resolution be
Pursuant to notice published by spread upon the official minutes
law, the following bid was received of the Board of County Commis-
to purchase the old fire truck sioners and copies be mailed to
from the White City Fire Depart- the Florida Board of Parks and
ment: 0. P. Wise offered $82.51. Historic Memorials, Hon. Ben C.
Upon motion by Commissioner Williams, Representative, Hon. Lu-
Graham, seconded by Commission- their C. Tucker, Senator, Jesse V.
er Player and duly carried, the Stone and Silas R. Stone.
Board accepted this bid and order- Adopted at a regular meeting of
ed that the 1 ton Ford fire truck, the Board of County Commission-
Serial No. 141643 be sold to 0. P. ers this 14th day of April, 1964.
Wise for $82.51 cash. (The End).
Walter "Bud" Owens appeared The Board discussed the value
before the Board to request sec- of a large map of Gulf County
ondary road paving at St. Joe Beach showing all County right of ways
and suggested that the County and other County property. The
change its present budget to in- Board then requested Mr. Kilbourn
clude additional paving and to de- to prepare such a map.
lete some of the streets that are The Board authorized Bob Jack-
ready for paving. He said his plan son to attend a Civil Defense
would serve more residents of that meeting in Orlando, Florida.
area and especially the school chil- The Board voted to pay the fol-
dren that ride the bus. After dis- lowing indigent bills: Municipal
cussion, the Chairmah said most of Hospital, Port St. Joe for Frances
the streets requested by Mr. Ow- Baker, $75.00. Memorial Hospital,
ens have already been included in Panama City, Florida for Gladys
the 1964-65 secondary road budget. Prestwood, $75.00. Comforter Fun-
Mr. Owens told the Board that eral Home, Port St. Joe for Ang-
the residents at St. Joe Beach have lia Bailey, $75.00; Grace Estelle
requested the County to construct Duggar, $75.00; Thomas Ray Boone
a boat ramp at St. Joe Beach; that $75.00 and Jim Glass, $75.00.
this request was made several All payrolls and bills were ap-
times in the past, but nothing has proved and ratified as paid.
ever been done about it. He said The Chairman did then order a
the boat ramp was still wanted, recess until 5:30 p.m.
The Board directed Albert T. The meeting came to order at
Thames, County Service Officer, 5:30 p.m., pursuant to recess taken
to attend the State Service Officers at noon.
school to be held May 4-9, 1964, at The Chairman announced that
Winter Park, Florida. this meeting was recessed at 12:00
Max W. Kilbourn, Temporary p.m. to await the Court's decision
chairman for the Beacon Hill Park on the Petition for Declaratory De-
Committee, informed the Board cree, filed by the Petitioners in
that said Committee met for the that certain matter with reference
first time on April 13, 1964, for to a special election on the ques-
the purpose of organizing but a tion of moving the County Seat.
quorum was not present, therefore,; The Chairman then announced that
no business could be transacted. Commissioner Graham was excused
He recommended that additional from this portion of the meeting
members be appointed in order because he had to return to his
that a quorum could be present at work
each meeting. Whereupon, the The County Attorney announced
Board appointed the following as that the Court has ruled that an
members of said committee: Mrs. election cannot be held on May
Lucien T. Arnold, Mrs. Robert Fa- 5, 1964, because legal advertise-
liski, Mrs. Baynard Malone, Mrs. ment was not published according
Fred Sutton, Leo Shealey, Clyde to law; that it is now the duty of
Brogdon and Jack Williams. the Board of County Commission-
The Board employed Claudia ers to consider a new date to hold
Hanlon on a temporary basis, said election.
The Board directed the Clerk to The Chairman said that the
pay the City of Port St. Joe $8,000
as part payment on the amount of (Continued On Next Page)


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",---S 7; R. Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1964 election being held on May 5; that pose of deciding whether or not
he is in favor of holding it just as the Board will call the election for
(Continued From Page 7) tion could be checked this Board soon as possible. May 26, 1964, or to set another
Board of County Commissioners set the election for May 5, 1964, Commissioner Player stated that sier Pl and upon vote was
has been accused of delaying the and n-w the Court has ruled that he was always in favor of holding unanimously carried.
election on the question of chang- it cannot be held on that date. He it as soon as possible and is still The Chairman did then order
!ng the County Seat in every way then suggested that the Board con- in favor of the earliest date pos- this meeting recessed until 6:30
possible, but that accusation is ut- side holding the election on May sible. p.m., April 20, 1964.
terly false because the Board 26, 1964. W h e r e u p o n, Commissioner JAMES G. McDANIEL,
stated from the beginning that the Commissioner Strickland said Strickland moved that this meeting Chairman
election would be held as soon as that he was disappointed to learn be recessed until April 20, 1964, ATTEST:
possible; that as soon as the peti- that the Court ruled against the at 6:30 p.m. for the specific pur- GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk
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PRECINCT 2
MWewahitchka Teat Building
Day Shift: Rev. G. T. Hinton,
Clerk. Mrs. Myrtice Dean, Mrs. Si-
las Meredith and Mrs. Josephine
White, Inspectors.
Night Shift: Jimmy Helms,
Clerk. Roosevelt Morris, Allen Le-
Grone and Billy Knowles, Inspec-
tors.
PRECINCT 3
Dalkeith Ottis Smith's Store
Mrs. Carmie Crutchfield, Clerk.
Miss Thelma Van Horn, A. L. Snell
and Mrs. Pearl Dannelley, Inspec-
tors.
PRECINCT 4
Overstreet Church
Mrs. Annie Cook, Clerk. Mrs.
vayne Mahan, Mrs. Mary Hanlon
.nn, 5ffW., q-Rnwvnn TAlnar Tn.noo.a-


sioners of Gulf County, Florida, ".U m.uy n --
have appointed the following Elec- tors. PRECINCT 5
tion Inspection Boards to conduct
the Primary Elections to be held Highland View Cox Store
on May 5, 1964, and May 26, 1964, Day Shift: Mrs. Ralph Nance,
and any Special Election called to Clerk. Mrs. P. L. Atkinson, Mrs.
be held on said dates, to-wit: Ted Whitfield and Mrs. Jessie Lau-
PRECINCT 1 rimore, Inspectors.
PRECINCT 1 INight Shift: J. A. Chestnut,
Wewahitchka City Hall Dlerk. Mrs. Thelma Rhames, Mrs.
Day Shift: Mrs. Dolly Weeks, T. 0. Richards and Mrs. Clayton
Clerk. Mrs. Susie Hall, Mrs. Leona Coker, Inspectors.
E. O'Neal and Mrs. Nellie Smith, PRECINCT 6
Inspectors. White City Community Bldg.
Night Shift: Mr. Hugh Semmes, Mrs. Raymond Hightower, Clerk.
Clerk. E. C. Harden, Jr., Robert Mrs. Harold Chafin, Miss Edna Da-
Brown and George Cox, Inspectors. vis and Mrs. G. S. Croxton, Inspec-


tors.
PRECINCT 7
Kenney Mill Mosquito Control
Building
Mrs. Coleman Tharpe, Clerk.
Mrs. Lola Mims, Mrs. Louis Tharpe
and Mrs. Willie Kee, Inspectors.
PRECINCT 8
Port St. Joe City Hall
Day Shift: Mrs. Fred Maddox,
Clerk. Mrs. W. J. Daughtry, Mrs.
Pearl Smith and Mrs. W. M. How-
ell, Inspectors.
Night Shift: Mrs. Addie Goodson,
Clerk. Mrs. Chauncey Costin, Mrs.
Ernest Lowery, Jr., and Mrs. Ethel
B. Westbrook, Inspectors.
PRECINCT 9
Port St. Joe Stac House
Day Shift: Mrs. Tom Parker, Sr.,
Clerk. Mrs. W. H. VanLandingham,
Mrs. B. H. Smith and Mrs. Richard
Dawson, Inspectors.
Night Shift: Mrs. J. T. Ricketson,
Clerk. Mrs. Verna Smith, Mrs. Iv-
ey J. Cooper and Mrs. James M.
Perritt, Inspectors.
PRECINCT 10
Port St. Joe
Day Shift: Mrs. John Dickey,
Clerk. Mrs. Cecil Parrish, Mrs. Al-
bert Blackburn and Mrs. E. C. Ca-
son, Inspectors.
Night Shift: Mrs. T. E. Parker,
Jr., Clerk. Mrs. Marion McCall,
Mrs. A. F. Scheffer and Mrs. W.
H. Howell, Jr., Inspectors.
PRECINCT 11
Oak Grove Centennial Bldg.


Day Shift: Mrs. Peggy Christian,
Clerk. Mrs. Opal Burns, Mrs. N.
G. Martin and Mrs. E. M. Walker,
Inspectors.
Night Shift: Mrs. Talmadge Ken-
nedy, Clerk. Mrs. George R. Pad-
gett, Mrs. Faye Burkett and Mrs.
Harvey Kennedy, Inspectors.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that an
election has been called in Gulf
County, Florida, for the purpose of
determining whether or not the
location of the county seat of Gulf
County, Florida shall be changed.
Said election will be held on the
26th day of May, 1964, by separate
ballot, and all persons qualified to
vote under the General Election
Laws of Florida shall be eligible to
vote thereon.
Dated this 20th day of April,
1964.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By JAMES G .McDANIEL,
Chairman
ATTEST:
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk
(SEAL) 4t-4-23

Vote Tuesday, May 26 to re-
locate the Gulf County Seat.


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:. SPESSARD L.
S*OLLAND

STANDS ON THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL
Senator Holland says:
"At this moment, I should be with you in Floricda .
seeking your support in the coming Democratic primary
in my bid for renomination to the United States Senate.
Instead, I am in Washington on urgent business .
more important to us all because I feel the Civil
Rights Bill now before the Senate would be-bad legisla-
tion for all our citizens and one which, even if passed,
will be doomed to failure by the fact of its very coercive
nature. This bill would put such fantastic power in the
hands of the attorney general that we could ccme close
to being a police state. For this reason, I am spending
my campaigning time in Washington doing the job
you sent me to do. In the meantime, I warmly ask you
to consider my past service to you and our great State
of Florida and return me to the United States Senate as
your senior senator."
Senator Holland has served as your U. S. Senator since 1946.
During these years he has attained seniority ranked twelfth
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Earnest L. Lightfoot
Candidate for
Gulf County Commissioner
District No. 5
I am a candidate for the office
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No. 5.
I have long been concerned
about the progress and welfare of
Gulf Couity. 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.
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32


Edward 'Smitty' Smith
Candidate for
Member, 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-
my 13, Dan 10 and Richard 8.
"Smitty" states that if he is elect-
ed to this important office he will
work hard to improve the schools
and education for our boys and
girls in Gulf County. So when you
go to vote on May 5, VOTE FOR
EDWARD "Smitty" SMITH.
Your Vote and Support will
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dents of this area is now receiving
a monthly Social Security check,"
according to figures released by
John V. Carey, District Manager of
the Panama City Social Security
Office. The ratio' in the seven
northwest Florida counties of Bay,
Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson,
Walton and Washington, compares
favorably with the national figure
Iof one in 10.
Carey's report listed the number
of Gulf County beneficiaries as
828 at the end of 1963. The dollar
benefit amounts total more than
$554,064.00 yearly.
17,703 beneficiaries in the sev-
en county district area were receiv-
ing Social Security checks at the
end of 1963 in an annual amount


Vote For and Elect
T. D. (Doc
WHITFIELD
County Commissioner
District I
"A Candidate for th FPEOPLE
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, .., _
ec o nomical and .
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-
ple of Gulf Co.


Vote For and Elect

JAMES C. HORTON, County Commissioner
DISTRICT NO. 3

"READY TO SERVE YOU and GULF COUNTY"
Your Vote and Support will be Appreciated


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1964 GULF COUNTY DEMOCRATIC



POLITICAL RALLIES


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

.! PORT.ST.'JOE May 2


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


of $9,759,816.00. Retired workers
are the largest single group receiv-
ing Social Security benefits in the
area. The following table shows the
number and amount in the several'
benefit groups:
Retired workers, 6,553 receive
$418,476.00 monthly.
Wife or husband, 2,133, receive
$63,167.00 monthly.
Widow or widower, 1,110 receive
$60,453.00 monthly.
Mothers and children, 3,458 re-
ceive $143,086.00 monthly.
Disabled workers, 1,111 receive
$92,848.00 monthly.
Dependents of disabled workers,
1,301 receive $33,239.00 monthly.
"Changes in the Social Security
law in the last 13 years have been
especially important to people in
this area," Carey added. Now, near-
ly everyone who works for a living,
whether he is employed or self-
employed, is covered by Social
Security. Retirement age for both
men and women has been lowered
'to age 62. National, nearly 2 mil-
1lion of the 19 million beneficiaries
filed for benefits between age 62
and 65.) Finally, disability benefits
are now available to the disabled
worker and his dependents.
"Surprisingly, perhaps, many
people do not know their rights to
retirement ,disability, or survivors
benefits under Social Security,"
Carey continued. We continue to
have cases where people havs lost



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-Well, if mama has her way,
that is! These men are front-
line troops of Flowers Baking
Co., Inc., Thomasville, Ga., man-
ufacturer of Sunbeam bread pro-
ducts, and they are out to win
their company's big spring sales
campaign. The top prize is a daz-
zling combination of a trip to
the New York World's Fair, an
extra week's vacation and the


President's Trophy. Since their
wives have a major role in the
plans, they are on hand to do all
they can. Giving the Port St. Joe
area group a big send-off is beau-
tiful Cindy Bashinski, "Miss Bat-
terwhip of 1964." She is flank-
ed by Sales Manager and Mrs. A.
D. Brinson. Others, top (left to
right) salesman and Mrs. Owen
Elkins and District Manager and
Mrs. Gerald Kirkland.


some of their Social Security' checks if they would file a claim.
checks because they did not file Everyone, age 62 or over, who is
a claim for the benefit. This is par- working in Social Security employ-
ticularly true among individuals of ment should check his or her pos-
retirement age who are still work- sible rights to Social Security
.ng or running a business. In many checks.
instances, the earnings of many of Although for a number of years
these people, age 62 and over, are disability benefits have been avail-,
so low that they could be drawing able without regard to the disabled
ill of their monthly retirement worker's age, many individuals do
not file a claim at the proper time.
I am a Candidate for the (A disability claim should be filed
office of as soon as it is known that the dis-
COUNTY JUDGE abling condition is a severe one
of GULF COUNTY and that it will continue for a long
Aftez returning to my home in period of time into the future.)
Gulf,,i C....t..i,, ,n I T ri m;d Generally, funeral directors no-


that I N& uld some day serve the tify us of the death of an individual
people a- County Judge. who left rights to survivors bene-
My fa'ier, who was County fits. However, someone in the fam-
Judge, permitted me to work in ily should contact the Social Se-
and observe the workings of the curity office whenever a person
Judge's office during 1955 and dies who had a Social Security
1956. During this period, I was em- card or who was in military service
played as lu ense clerk. This ex- at any time after September 1940.
perience wil. permit me to effi- "The individual who has a right
ciently perforn the duties of this to Social Security benefits also has
highly important' office immediate- the responsibility of filing the So-
ly on assuming office. .cial Security claim," Carey con-
have sold m insurance busi- cluded. Further, every individual
ness so that m3 full time and is responsible for checking gto see
energy will be d, oted to being that he is getting credit for his
your County Judge. earnings under Social Security. A
I will appreciate uur vote and free post-card form to check your
support. individual account is available at
SI all Social Security offices. You will
Earl Tom Pridge0n not receive a correct Social Secur-


CHARLES L. McKISSACK
For


SENATOR --
CHARLIE SAYS: Let us get rid
of this increase in the automo-
bile license tag by repealing the
law. And while we are at it let
us repeal a lot of unnecessary
laws on the Statute Books.
I was a laborer, a fisherman,
an undergraduate instructor in
Physics in College, a high school
teacher in mathematics and now
own n.y own real estate business
in Carrabelle. I have 15 years ex-
perience in Tallahassee as a
State employee with the Florida
Industrial Commission. I am a
member of the Methodist Church,
Chamber of Commerce, Veteran
of Foreign Wars, 32nd Degree
Mason, member of the Tallahas-
see Shrine Club and the Moioc-
co Temple in Jacksonville. I am
also Chaplain of the Lanark Vil-
lage Post 82 of the American Le-
gion and Chairman of the Boy's
State Committee. I was Graduat-
ed from PORT ST. JOE high
school i.- 1926. I was graduated
from Oglethorpe University, At-
lanta, Ga., in 1931 and have also
attended the University of Flor-
ida and Florida State University.
I am qualified by education
and experience to represent you
in the State Legislatuie and I
will sponsor no bill that will de-
prive a person from making an
honest living. The Federal Gov-
ernment has caused the reappor-
tionment as it is and now Gulf
County has been added to the 5th


5th DISTRICT




















District. However, it is Franklin
County's time and I am the only
candidate from Franklin. I hum-
bly ask for your vote and sup-
port in the May Primaries and if
elected I will serve with honesty
and integrity. I will be fair to
all Counties and I will do my ut-
most to keep our high school
youths at home to raise their
families by introducing legisla-
tion to create job training and
bring in new industries.
(Paid Pol. Adv.)

R 1 i


ity check when you file your claim
unless you have credit for all your
earnings.
Always contact your nearest So-
cial Security office for information
on Social Security matters-the
staff is trained to help you under-
stand your rights and your respon-
sibilities. The office for this area
is located at 1135 Harrison Avenue,
Panama City, telephone 763-5331.

Rev. Blauvelt Attending
Convention In Indiana
This week, the Rev. Livingston
Blauvelt, pastor of the Faith Bible
Church, is attending the National
Convention of the Independent
Fundamental Churches of America
on April 22 through 28. This year


HE SRTAR. Port St. loe. Florid#
THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1964

Chaplain and presently the presi-
dent of the Florida Regional of the
I.F.C.A. He may be heard at the
High School Auditorium both at
11 a.m., and at 7:30 p.m., on Sun-
day, April 26.

LUTHER TUCKiER
ANNOUNCEMENT
T, 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 Gult
County. The local legislative dele-
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 Peninsu
la. We were fortunate in getting
aii appropriation of $100,000 for
this project. We got a claim bill
through for $10,000 for a family in
Gulf County.
Many other projects for the bet-
terment of the citizens of Gulf
County have been started but are
yet unfinished.
I ask that you inspect my record
as Senator, look at 'he 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-


the Convention Host Church is the g nization; Finance and Taxatioi;
Terre Haute Bible Center of Terre governmental Reorganization; Live-
Haute, Indiana, and the theme of stock; Motor Vehicles; Pensions
t hi s week-long convention is ana Retirement; Public Health "B ';
"Thirsting for God." Welfare. During the 1961 sesison
In the absence of Rev. Blauvelt,, I served on the following commit-
the guest speaker at the Faith Bi- tees: Chairman Game and Fisher-
ble Church will be the Rev. Theo- ies; Forestry and Parks; Industrial
dore Carlberg. He is a retired Army and Atomic Energy; Legislative
Management and Population; M's.
I cellzneous Legislation; Motor Vs-


Charles B. Smith
for
County Commissioner
DISTRICT NUMBER 5
Friends of Gulf County, I am a
:andidite for the office of County
commissioner District Number 5.
I am 34 years of age, a native Gulf
Count ian, gradu.
4. ate of Port St.
Joe High School.
S.-nd have been
employed for the
past seven years
in the laboratory
SJ e p artment of
the Glidden Co.
My one interest
3 in seeking this
office of respon-
ture welfare and
S,rosperity of Gulf
1.: County and its
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, effi-
ciency and attentiveness.
If you feel that my services can
bh utilized as a member of the
B,,ard of County Commissioners, I
ut ge you to vote for and support
Charles B. Smith on May 5.


CECIL G. COSTIN, Jr.
for
State Senator
5th District
10 Years Continuous Service
in Florida Legislature. Did
not seek re-election in 1962.
15 Years as Practicing At-
torney.
.\ Prov-.i 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 Liatters.
I respectfully solicit your
vote and support
CECIL G. COSTIN, Jr.
(Id. Pol. Adv.)


hides; Public Health; Welfare. At
tlh'i time I am serving on the fal-
lowing Legislative Council Interims
Committees: Roads and Highways,
Vice Chairman; Commercial Codes;
FisFeries and Natural Resources.
I humbly solicit your vote anJ
support for a man of action, not
promises.
11, (Paid Pol. adv.) 2 20


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 !ndivid-
ual interest of all of the peo-
pie of the Fifth District.


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


Elect -

JACK E. HAMMOCK

County Commissioner
SDistrict No. 5
' Subject to Democratic Primary
S May 5, 1964


ALL CANDIDATES INVITED TO SPEAK



SAMMY PATRICK
Rally Chairman


CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.
Chairman


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


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A modest farm house near Quincy in Gadsden County was home for Scott
during high school days. Soon after his birth, his family moved from
Madison County to Gadsden County.


Every farm always has its share of animals;
here Scott holds his favorite pet.


Scott and members of the 1943 Quincy High School football team.


An appreciation of nature comes early to a boy raised on a form. Every youth
has a spot which is "special" to him ... a place where a boy can meet his
thoughts in private. This was such a place for young Scott Kelly.


The Long Road From Boyhood To Governor


From a boyhood on a farm near
Quincy in Gadsden County to the gov-
ernor's chair in Tallahassee is a long,
uncertain path, but successful business-
man, state senator and former Lake-
land Mayor Scott Kelly stands ready to
meet the challenge.
With typical strong Kelly determina-
tion molded from sharing early respon-
sibilities on the family farm, the per-
sonable 36-year-old Kelly knows the
meaning of lean times and the need of
a state government with fiscal aware-
ness.
Scott is one of six children and was
born September 30, 1927, in Madison
County, Florida; but, soon thereafter,
his family moved to a farm near
Quincy; this served as home through
graduation from Quincy High.
His initial start in the busy world of
commerce came at the age of 12 when
he industriously opened a rickety, but


profitable, fireworks stand on the
county courthouse square in Quincy
during the Christmas Holidays.
When Kelly was 14, his aggressive
business tactics in the field of fireworks
caused business to increase and even
brought a chuckle from courthouse em-
ployees. Not content with one stand,
the enterprising youngster opened two
additional stands on the other sides of
the courthouse square.
Kelly exhibited an interest in farm-
ing at an early age. When he was 13,
Kelly took $300 of his hard earned
money to enter a Future Farmers of
America contest. He chose to take on
the project of building a chicken
brooder. The construction after careful
planning, went smoothly. The brooder
was stocked with 100 chicks and young
Scott, along with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James Kelly, were delighted with
the completed project.


But the youthful farmer was to ex-
perience his first great disappointment
with his FFA project. A faulty furnace
triggered a fire and completely demol-
ished the brooder and chickens, along
with the dreams of a young farm boy.
The tears came. After a sleepless
night by Scott, his father promised to
rebuild the treasured FFA project for
the youthful farmer by sundown the
next day. And so he did, but not before
it taught the 13-year-old Scott to accept
his first disappointment, along with the
equally important character building
precept of restoring faith in people.
Kelly lost his father a year later,
when he was killed in an automobile
accident. The slender youngster (not
yet a man, no longer a boy) keenly felt
the loss of his father. This loss of per-
sonal counsel and deep comradeship
would leave its imprint firmly planted
on Scott throughout his development.


Earlier, in the summer of 1941, Scott
tumbled from a tobacco barn and spent
the majority of the year on crutches.
In spite of the injury, Scott bounced
back and went on to play football for
Quincy High School. He was awarded
a football scholarship to the University
of Florida in recognition of the record
he made in high school athletics. Al-
though the death of his father made it
necessary for Scott to work during his
high school years, he compiled an out-
standing scholastic and athletic record.
Scott worked his way through school
... a challenge which a person who
has had to do it will admire.
Upon graduation from Quincy High
in 1945, Kelly attended the University
of Florida on the football scholarship.
At the University he joined Pi Kappa
Alpha Fraternity. From the University,
he went on to enter the U. S. Army.


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Responsibility and



Success Came Early


Scott served in the U. S. Army as an enlisted man. After his honorable
discharge, the young veteran, his wife Margie and son Pat, moved to
Lakeland where a new chapter in their lives unfolded.


11 A'Tl U~l ~HER


A young father with family
responsibility, here Scott
holds his first-born son,
Pat, now 15.


A proud young businessman poses with his employees
at his first Lakeland real estate office.


From running a restaurant to being
a life insurance man (worked for Inde-
pendent Life Insurance Company of
Jacksonville), from being a bookkeeper
in a furniture store to other jobs, Scott
fought his way forward. A dynamic new
chapter unfolded for Scott Kelly, former
Gadsden County farm boy, when he
and his attractive wife, Margie, decided
to settle in the picturesque and pro-
gressive city of Lakeland.
Confident of the future growth of the
state, Kelly entered the general con-
tracting business in Lakeland in 1950
at the age of 22. He was one of the
first contractors to build residential
housing developments in the Lakeland
area. His wife Margie worked side-by-
side with him as his secretary-book-
keeper until 1955.
With Scott and Margie Kelly, busi-
ness and politics has been a team ef-
fort. When Scott embarked on a busi-
ness career, Margie manned the office
while Scott supervised .work at con-
struction'sites. They worked together
until after their -three children were
born. Then Margie took over full-time
duties as a homemaker.
This teamwork spirit has prevailed in
Scott's campaigns for the City Com-
mission of Lakeland and .his two cam-
paigns for Senator. These were door-
to-door efforts. Little change has been
made except that in the campaign for
the governorship, Margie is doing more
city-to-city traveling with Scott and on
her own, to coffees, teas and informal
meetings with women in all parts of the
state.
Through sound business -principles
and good management, Scott's fledg-
ling contracting business soon was able
to tackle larger jobs in the form of pro-
fessional office buildings and commer-
cial structures.
With an interest in soil conservation
dating back to his Future Farmer of
America days as a youth on the farm
near Quincy, the young contractor rose
to the challenge offered by strip-mined
wastelands near Lakeland. Kelly felt
these lands could be transformed into
attractive residential areas.
After intense planning, Scott tackled


the project with his usual enthusiasm.
The end result proved to be worth the
effort. The area emerged into a con-
temporary subdivision the first such
reclamation project of its kind in the
United States.
A year after entering the construc-
tion field, Kelly turned to a logical
allied area and at 23, became the
youngest Realtor in the United States.
Scott continues to operate a real estate
agency in Lakeland with a staff of five
salesmen.
As a successful businessman, Kelly
also owns and operates a general in-
surance agency. He serves as director
and chairman of the executive commit-
mittee of the Imperial Bank of Lake-
land.
In spite of a busy schedule, Scott has
always found time to be active in
church and community affairs. The
family belongs to the First Baptist
Church of Lakeland. The Kelly's have
three children: Pat, 15, Mike, 11, and
Sheri, 10.
He is a 32nd Degree Mason, and
Shriner; is a member of the Lions Club,
Chamber of Commerce, Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce, Elks Lodge, Univer-
sity of Florida Alumni Association, Pi
Kappa Alpha Alumni Association, Lake-
land Board of Realtors, Home Builders
Association of Greater Lakeland,
AMVETS, Woodmen of the World,
Moose Lodge, and the Executive Board
of Gulf Ridge Council of Boy Scouts of
America.
For his many contributions toward a
better community and better govern-
ment, Kelly was selected in 1954 as
Lakeland's Outstanding Young Man of
the Year. He was named one of Flor-
ida's Five Outstanding Young Men in
1957. In 1961 he was awarded the
Florida Legislative Achievement Coun-
cil award for performing the most effec-
tive committee work of any member in
the 1961 Florida legislature. From the
Junior Chamber of Commerce, he re-
ceived the State Jaycee "Good Govern-
ment Award" in 1962. During the same
year he was nominated for the coveted
"Ten Outstanding Young Men of Amer-
ica" award.


Scott receives an award from the beloved late Dr. Ludd M. Spivey,
President of Florida Southern College. Scott has received many awards of
recognition for his work in public service.


On the job as contractor, Scott checks
construction on a new home.


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MAN ON



A firm belief in the principle that good govern-
ment comes as a result of active participation by its
citizens, triggered the youthful Scott Kelly's decision
to seek the office of city commissioner in Lakeland,
in 1953.
It was a vigorous campaign for the young busi-
nessman. For six weeks, he and his charming wife
Margie campaigned door-to-door, meeting the
voters of Lakeland and discussing the city's needs.
The people of Lakeland responded warmly to
Kelly and elected him city commissioner at the age
of 25 over three opponents, without a run-off
election. At age 27 he served Lakeland as its
youngest mayor. At the 1955 Mayor's Conference
in New York City, he was acclaimed the nation's
youngest mayor.
During his outstanding term as mayor, Kelly in-
stituted numerous community betterment programs.


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Among these was a recreation program designed
to keep down juvenile delinquency. This program
received national recognition from the late U. S.
Senator Estes Kefauver who cited Kelly's plan as
one of the most outstanding youth programs in the
United States.
The need for a businessman, with a knowledge
of government, to represent the people of Polk
County (7th Senatorial District) attracted Scott
Kelly to seek the office in the spring of 1956.
The voters of Polk County spoke in a near
unanimous voice Kelly, at the age of 28, became-
the youngest member of the Senate. Once again,
Scott Kelly's flair for organizing a grass roots cam-
paign resulted in a landslide victory. He received
more than twice as many votes as his three op-
ponents making a run-off unnecessary. He was
re-elected to the Senate in 1960 by the largest


A tense moment in
Senate debate.


In 1953, winner by a landslide vote,
25-year-old Scott waves his hat in a jubilant
mood following a hard campaign for a Lakeland
city commission post. Kelly won on the first ballot,
getting more votes than his three opponents combined.





















the Rev. Arthur Rich of Lakeland's First Baptist Church*
the Rev. Arthur Rich of Lakeland's First Baptist Church.


Scott is shown seated as Lakeland's
mayor. Kelly, at 27, was Lakeland's
youngest mayor, and was acclaimed
the youngest mayor in the United
States at the Mayor's Conference in
New York City in 1955.


Celebrating victory in 1956, Scott
receives a kiss from his wife, Margie,
and a hug from his mother,
Mrs. James Kelly. The news has just
been flashed that Scott won election
to the Senate in a landslide
victory over three opponents.


Mayor Kelly receives congratulations from the late U. S. SE
Estes Kefauver for his juvenile delinquency control program


Always time for a relaxing romp with his active children. Sheri, 10, an active learned
from her Mother.


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number of votes ever received in the Democratic
Primary in Polk County's history.
Kelly's accomplishments during two terms of
office are unparalleled. Probably the most notable
accomplishment was as chairman of the Interim
Committee on Public Roads and Highways, created
by the 1959 session of the Florida Legislature and
assigned to investigate methods of improving op-
eration of the state's most powerful agency, the
State Road Department. Despite warnings that he
was "committing political suicide", Scott Kelly
pursued the investigation impartially. He presided
over 18 public hearings in all parts of the state
where testimony and evidence was presented ex-
posing bribery, inferior construction, profiteering,
inefficiency and poor administration in Florida's
road building program.
In the 1961 legislative session, he introduced 12
hills designed to reorganize the State Road De-


apartment "to get a dollar's worth of roads for every
dollar of our gas tax money."
Scott Kelly has developed an over-all reor-
ganization plan which will place the State Road
Department on an efficient, business basis.
He has been vigorous in his support of quality
education and has co-introduced all three teacher
pay-raise bills since he has been in the Senate
(1957-61-63). In the 1963 session, Kelly co-intro-
duced legislation, giving teachers professional
status, appearing before committees on behalf of
the bill. He was successful. in passing legislation
establishing a Junior College in Polk County.
In the 1963 session he introduced legislation to
create a Department of Municipal Affairs under
one of the existing Cabinet posts so that the State
can assist cities, thereby assuming state responsi-
bilities in this field, discouraging federal encroach-
ment in local government.


A happy Kelly family poses for the camera in their Lakeland home.
From the left, Mike, 11; Margie; Pat, 15; Scott; and Sheri, 10.


Answering voter
questions on
"The Hot Line."


ator As former active Future Farmer of America, Scott continues
.n Lakeland. to take an intense interest in farming and cattle raising.


Pausing before Lakeland's new General
Hospital, a result of Kelly's long-range
planning while Mayor of Lakeland.


The importance of citrus to Florida is understood by the Polk County
grove owner. Kelly is Chairman of the Senate Citrus Committee
and has served on this committee for 8 years.
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As Chairman of the Investigating Committee on
Public Roads and Highways, Sen. Kelly confers with committee
attorney during one of the hearings.
During his legislative career, Scott Kelly has had an opportunity
to meet and solve problems related to all sections of the state. Handed
key assignmeRts from the start of his first term, Kelly proved to be a
tireless worker on the floor of the Senate and as a member and chair-
man of some of the most important committees.
Kelly is now chairman of the Senate Citrus Committee. He served
four years as chairman of the Senate Roads and Highways Committee.
He was also chairman of. the Senate Committee on Oil and Natural
Resources. Kelly is a member of the Legislative Council and is chair-
man of the Judiciary and Law Reform Committee.
He is best known for his aggressive leadership as chairman of
the joint Senate-House Investigating Committee which was responsible
for the investigation of the State Road Department and recommenda-
tions for its reorganization.
Kelly served on the powerful Appropriations Committee for six
years and has served on the following committees: Agriculture and
Livestock, Oil and Natural Resources, Banking, Cities and Towns,
Education-Public Schools and Junior Colleges, Insurance, Public
Health, Rules and Calendar, Prisons and Convicts, Pensions and
Claims, Game and Fish, Public Utilities, Industrial and Atomic Energy,
Building and Loan, County Organizations, Publicity an'd Advertising,
Privileges and Elections.
From these assignments, Kelly has gleaned a complete knowl-
edge and understanding of the legitimate needs of the state and the
legislative problems encountered in meeting these needs.


Making a point as a member of the Appropriations Committee.


Sen. Kelly presides over joint senate-house committee.


THE GiO-TEAM!


Meeting supporters
squarely and
discussing issues
is a high-point
in Scott's grass-
roots campaign.


Enthusiasm by voters throughout The "Go-Team" gets rolling in Tallahassee following
Florida has greeted Margie and Scott's filing as a candidate for governor.
Scott during their numerous
appearances.
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Accompanied by his family and
scores of well-wishers, Scott files as
candidate for governor of Florida.


Ready smiles from Scott and
*Margie during stop along
campaign trail.


For voters unable to meet Scott in person, the vigorous Polk County
candidate takes to television to answer questions on ,the "Hot-Line".


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Scott Kelly's sister, Dr. Anne Kelly, receives her Doctor of Philosophy *
Degree at Florida State University and the family gathered to witness the
momentous event. From the left are Circuit Judge Clifton M. Kelly, Sebring;
Mrs. Harold W. Bevis, Quincy; Dr. Anne Kelly, Tampa; Scott, his mother,
Mrs. James Kelly, Quincy; Mrs. E. B. Morrow, Jr., Jacksonville, and J. Q.
Kelly, Quincy



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sticks together! *

Scott Kelly's family has strong roots in Florida history and
politics.
Both his father's and his mother's families are Florida pioneers, *
with the frugality and industriousness that produces a hardy and con-
servative people running heavily through the family background.
The youngest of six children who was left alone at home with
his mother when his father died in a traffic accident, Scott learned
the value of frugality and the importance of thriftiness from his ,
mother.
At the age of 14, Scott worked half days to help with family
needs, and his mother managed the family affairs. There developed a *
closeness between the two of them a closeness that was born of
necessity for it required teamwork and an unusual understanding
of their need for each other at a time when elder brothers and sisters
had left home.
Mrs. Kelly takes pride in the fact that she always urged her
youngest son to save and be careful about spending money. His
managerial ability and his trait of fiscal conservatism is a direct result
of her watchfulness over the family funds and Scott's early realization
of the value of a dollar.
Mrs. Kelly is the former Melissa Hunter. She was born in Mad-
ison County. Her father was from Columbia County and most of the "
family's relatives still live in Columbia, Madison, Suwannee and ad-
joining counties. Her uncle, the late Sam Ellison, was tax collector in ,
Madison County for many years.
Scott's father, James Kelly, was born in Madison County. Mem-
bers of the large Kelly family are living in all parts of Florida and *
many still reside in Madison and nearby counties.
James Kelly was the son of the Rev. William Scott Kelly, a
Baptist minister. Scott Kelly is named for his clergyman grandfather. *
Scott Kelly's family background has been punctuated by the
success of his bothers and sisters in business, professional and coam- '
munity life.
There runs a heavy thread of interest in government and politics
through the activities of Scott Kelly's family. His sister, Dr. Anne Kelly, A
is a professor at the University of South Florida at Tampa. She holds
a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Government and political science
from Florida State University at Tallahassee.
Scott Kelly's brother, Circuit Judge Clifton M. Kelly of Sebring,
has a distinguished record of public service. His first venture in pol-
itics was successful when he was elected Polk County Solicitor. He
won recognition as an aggressive and able prosecutor. He was re-
elected to this position and while serving his second term as solicitor, *
was elected Circuit Judge in the 10th Judicial Circuit. He has since
won re-election to the judgeship, establishing a record of having *
won every office he has sought.
Another of Scott Kelly's brothers, J. Q. Kelly of Quincy, has
devoted his adult years to business and farming activities. He is the A,
owner and operator of three grocery stores and is interested in other
commercial enterprises such as laundromats, etc. He has operated
a farm near Quincy where he conducted a general farming operation *
with emphasis on beef cattle.
Another of. Scott Kelly's sisters, Mrs. Maude Bevis, is one of
Quincy's active businesswomen and is active in community affairs.
She is prominent in church work, PTA and fraternal activities. She
has achieved a fine record in the business world, assisting her hus- A,
band, Harold Bevis, in the operation of grocery stores and a variety
of business ventures.
Mrs. Eleanora Morrow, another of Scott Kelly's sisters, worked
for several years as an employee of Travelers Insurance Co., in Jack-
sonville and achieved recognition as an outstanding employee. She is
now active in the operation of Kelly-Morrow Furniture Exchange in
Jacksonville with her husband, E. B. Morrow, Jr.


* SCOTT KELLY'S PLATFORM *

As Governor of the State of Florida, I pledge to our people a business administration firmly
based on sound fiscal policies in all the many operations of state government, the biggest business "A
in Florida.
As a businessman, State Senator, and former Mayor of the City of Lakeland, I have the knowl-
edge, experience and determination to accomplish this vital need.
Here are prime goals which I aim to attain as Governor of Florida.

ONE:
I will insist on the repeal of the unfair increased tax on our auto-truck license togs. I led the 'A
fight against this increase and voted against it in the legislature. I have strongly advocated
repeal of this increase since its passage.
TWO:
I will oppose and I will veto a sales tax on groceries and medicine.
THREE:
I will propose to, and urge upon the legislature with all the influence of the Governor's office,
the adoption of a resolution placing a constitutional amendment on the ballot so that the people
may vote on this question which would give local school boards the authority to allow bible read-'
ing and prayer in our public schools. Further, I will lend all assistance possible to Florida's Con-
gressional Delegation in the enactment of a similar amendment to the Federal Constitution.
FOUR:
1 am opposed to repeal of the Homestead Exemption Act.
FIVE:
I will propose to the legislature the repeal of the retail milk price-fixing authority of the Florida 'A
Milk Commission. I will appoint to the Milk Commission those persons who will assure me that they
are opposed to retail price-fixing and are pledged to protection of the milk consumer.
SIX: ,t
I will develop and coordinate a sound juvenile delinquency control program through the Florida
Children's Commission and will seek help from juvenile authorities, youth groups and other
organizations which work with our youth.
SEVEN:.-
I will provide the leadership and cooperation necessary to achieve excellence in our public
schools and junior colleges, and to obtain the best teachers available and provide them with
adequate salaries. My record stands out on this subject. I co-introduced all three teacher pay- .A
raise bills since I have been in the Senate. (1959-1961-1963)
EIGHT:
I will provide the leadership to keep improving our university system so that it can keep pace
with our increasing population. I will work to provide higher education of the calibre that will '
help Florida attract more of the space age industries.
NINE:
I will work diligently to attract new industry and payrolls to Florida and encourage existing
industries to expand in order to meet the need for jobs for all of our people.
TEN:
I will promote the establishment of vocational schools which will give all of our people an
opportunity to develop certain skills, crafts and vocations and provide both a better standard of
living and much needed technical manpower and womanpower for industry. This will, at the
some time, greatly reduce the number of drop-outs in high school and increase the number of
high school graduates who will be equipped to go on to higher education.
ELEVEN: *
I will propose to the legislature a plan of reorganization of the State Road Department, pro-
viding continuity from one governor's administration to the next and to more efficiently and
economically develop our road system. By removing the State Road Department from politics
we will then build roads on traffic count rather than on vote count for the winning gubernatorial
candidate.
To insure proper administration of the secondary rood funds, I will appoint at least
one member of the State Road Board who is now a county commissioner or who has served
as a county commissioner.
TWELVE:
I will urge the creation of a Department of Municipal Affairs under one of the existing cabinet
posts to afford our municipalities a direct liaison at the Cabinet level with state government.
THIRTEEN:
I will work diligently to eliminate unfair competition from foreign imported agricultural prod-
ucts which at this time are causing depressed prices in Florida beef and beef product markets.
FOURTEEN:
I will continue to work closely with the Florida citrus industry and will lend every assistance
possible as Governor to promote new markets and new uses for citrus. I will do my utmost to
protect the Florida citrus industry from tariff concessions which would create unfair competition
from foreign citrus imports. As a grove-owner, I am determined that politics will not be injected
in any way, shape, form, or fashion into the administration of the Florida Citrus Commission or
any phase of the citrus industry.
FIFTEEN:
I will support a port development and foreign trade promotion program in cooperation with
the Florida Ports and Foreign Trade Council, so that Florida may realize its full potential as the
home state of this nation's sea ports best situated for increased trade with Latin America and the
European and African continents. The development of Florida's ports should be a joint effort by
government and private enterprise. My program for port development will utilize this theory.
SIXTEEN:
I will give constant attention to the needs of our senior citizens through an active Commission
on Problems of the Aged I will seek to utilize the energies and potential productivity of senior
citizens and retirees by encouraging industries which can offer them part-time employment to
locate in Florida.
SEVENTEEN:
I will activate a traffic safety program to combat the high rate of deaths and accidents on
our highways. *
EIGHTEEN:
I will call for the creation of a Commission on the Status of Women for the task of assessing the
role of women in business, education, home and community services, with a view to developing a
program which will utilize the potential of our women in these fields and others, particularly the
field of public service. I expect to appoint qualified women to state positions according to
ability, experience and effort without preference or discrimination based on sex.
NINETEEN:
I will continue to work for fair apportionment of the legislature and our congressional districts.
I will promote revision of Florida's Constitution, so that it may better fill the needs of today's
complex society. I am in favor of establishing the office of Lieutenant Governor with this official
to be elected by the people.
TWENTY:
I will protect and uphold the principle of States Rights so that we will be in a position to resist
Federal encroachment or infringement upon the rights of the states. I will insist that we assume
full responsibility for those moral obligations and for those rights reserved to the states.
TWENTY-ONE:
I will develop a conservation program for water resources and our other natural resources
that will prevent waste of the abundant gifts of nature upon which Florida's future depends.
TWENTY-TWO
I will encourage an expanded public library program, utilizing bookmobile facilities and
encourage county governments to support these programs which are vital if our people are to *
maintain the educational advantages they have obtained through our public school system.
Better libraries can alleviate to some degree the shortage of reference books and texts in our
schools. Bookmobile programs will be encouraged where needed.
TWENTY-THREE:
I will institute a state-wide Sports Advisory Board: the board will be composed of leaders in
the sports field who will donate their time and services to the state. It will be their function to give
true guidance to the growth and encouragement of sports in Florida. Through it, our state will ,
become the Number One Sports center of the nation. Such missing links as professional football,
promotion of all types of water sports and many other voids can be filled by way of their
advice and counsel.
TWENTY-FOUR:
I will insist that the state purchase Florida manufactured products and Florida services when-
ever and wherever possible. I will encourage all local governments to follow this same policy.
TWENTY-FIVE: .*
I will cooperate with and urge strong support of the Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation program.
SYNOPSIS
I sincerely believe that the application of sound business principles and conscientious coopera-
tion between the Governor's office, the Cabinet, and the legislature can and will result in the
State of Florida progressing and fulfilling its destiny as the greatest state in the Union. I will
provide the leadership which will accomplish this.


Paid For By The SCOTT KELLY FOR GOVERNOR Campaign Fund.












































































"As Governor of Florida it will always be my goal to provide

for its citizens an honest, efficient, business administration

dedicated to leadership and progress for our growing state."


A Personal Message

To All Florida Motorists...

... From Sen. Scott Kelly

Candidate For Governor

When the bill increasing Florida auto-truck tag
license fees came to a vote in the Florida Senate, I led
the debate against this discriminatory tax.
The big-spenders in the legislature were frantic to pass
this tax. They had over-spent... written a bad check...
and after taxing luxuries as much as they dared, were still
millions of dollars short of paying the bill .. millions of
dollars short of making the bad check good.
We killed the bill after heated debate, but it was revived
again and again.
On the third try it passed but not until those of us in the
Senate who were fighting the bill labeled it for what it was
... an unfair tax which discriminated against the motorist.
My position was basically this.
The auto is no longer a luxury. It is a necessity in the
earning of a livelihood for most of us.
Immediately after the legislative session adjourned,
I began working for repeal of the increase in the
auto-truck tag fees.
In August of 1963, I granted the Florida Explorer, the
official publication of the Peninsula Motor Club, an exclu-
sive interview in which I called for repeal of this discrimina-
tory tax.
The Florida Explorer pointed out in bold headlines that
my statement would make repeal of the auto-truck tag in-
crease an issue in the campaign for the governorship. This
forecast was accurate.
When I announced my candidacy for the Governorship
of Florida in Sarasota on Jan. 11, 1964, I made a pledge to
the voters of Florida that when elected, I will work for repeal
of the increase in the license tag fees.
I think the motorists... every auto and truck owner
in the state... and the voters of Florida should have
an opportunity to express themselves on this obnoxious
tax.
I am the only candidate who has been demanding
repeal of the auto-truck tag increase since it was ap-
proved by the legislature. I was the first to call for
repeal of this tax upon becoming a candidate, and I
expect to continue my efforts to roll the license fees
back to the original level.
I need your help if we are to be successful in remov-
ing this discriminatory tax increase... and if we are
to protect Florida motorists in the future.




Scott Kelly's plan for develop- If/I't DP AN
ing a state-wide juvenile delin- IILLL J PLAN
quency program which is a cam- OR VYlOTH
paign pledge and a plank in his FORYO IUTH
platform, will combine all the in-
gredients of proven efforts in this
field.
When Kelly was Mayor of .~
Lakeland, he developed such a
program which was based on
recreational and social activities,
expert direction of the effort and
the creation of a juvenile division
in the city police department.
The program was highly suc-
cessful and attracted nation-wide
attention when Kelly was called
before the Kefauver Crime Investi- .
gating Committee to explain
Lakeland's success in maintaining
a low degree of juvenile delin- SCOTT AND
quency. LARRY LIBERTORE
Kelly's juvenile control pro-
gram was recommended to other U.S. cities as a model plan.
As Governor, Kelly is pledged to develop this program through
the Florida Children's Commission.
He has asked Larry Libertore, former University of Florida star
quarterback, to direct the program. Libertore is a graduate of the
university with a degree in physical education, an ideal background
for the type of program Kelly has in mind.
Libertore expects to coordinate juvenile delinquency control
efforts with the Children's Commission, Florida Sheriff's Bureau,
Florida Highway Patrol and local law enforcement officials.
Emphasis will be on recreational programs and supervised social
activities with teen centers sponsored by local civic organizations.


Paid For By The SCOTT KELLY FOR GOVERNOR Campaign Fund.


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