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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 30, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE STAR

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


TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1964 NUMBER 33


Hospital Auxiliary Presents



Oxygen Tent, Defibrillator


Clean-Up, Paint-Up, Fix-Up



Program Sponsored by City


An oxygen tent and defibrillator
purchased by the Hospital Auxil-
iary have arrived at the Port St.
Joe Municipal Hospital and are
ready for 'use according to Mrs.
Paul Fensom, Auixliary president.
Funds for these two items
were authorized by Auxiliary
membership at the last annual
meeting in February. The total
cost of the equipment was about
$1,500.00.
The oxygen tent is used in many
ways including heart cases, asth-
matic attacks, pneumonia and oth-
er cases of lung congestion. The
new tent supplements two already
in use at the hospital.
The defibrillator is used to stim-
ulate the heart by electrical shock
in certain heart conditions and car-
diac arrest. This type machine was
.recently in the.news as saving a
man's life in Tallahassee.
The Hospital Auxiliary was
founded in June, 1950. Records for
the past 14 years show that the or-
ganization has averaged a thousand
dollars a year from the operation
of the Thrift Shop on Reid Avenue
and dues of members. All proceeds
have been spent for hospital im-
provements and equipment.
Furnishing the Hospital Chapel
was the last project of the Auxil-
iary. This was done when the hos-
pital was remodeled in 1961. The
late Mrs. Wesley Grace was presi-
-dent at this time. A Bible in her
meiniry was-recently placed in the
.Chapel by the Auxiliary.
'The Auxiliary relies o6 thegtgui-
dance of Miss Minerva McLane,
Hospital Administrator, in decid-
ing on its projects. Miss McLane
states that through the Auxiliary
much needed equipment has been
obtained that otherwise would not
have been available.
The present goal of the Auxiliary
is to purchase a second resuscita-
tor for the Hospital. The Auxiliary
needs and appreciates the help of
the entire community in its pro-
jects.

Charges Filed After
Auto Mishap Tuesday
An automobile belonging to W.
I. Carden received approximately
300.00 damages Tuesday morning
at 11:30 a.m. when his auto was
bhit by a vehicle driven by Oc-
tavius Russ. Russ failed to yield
right of way at the corner of Fourth
Street and Williams Avenue ac-
cording to local police reports.
Russ' vehicle struck the left
front of Carden's auto. Neither
driver was injured in the accident.
The accident was investigated by
Patrolman Alien Ray Watson.

READ THE CLASSIFIED


Band director Herman Dean an-
nounces a dual-purpose campaign
for the annual Birthday Calendar
and the annual recruiting drive for
new summer band students.
The Band Parent's Association
will organize for the birthday cal-
endar drive during a dinner meet-
ing at the Motel St. Joe, on Thurs-
day night, April 30 at 7:00 p.m.
Committees will be formed and
work will begin on April 4. Four
teams of high school band students
will canvas the- town on foot and
by telephone for an advance sale
of calendars. The calendars will be
ordered now and delivered in late
August and early September. All
citizens are urged to purchase one
of these fine calendars and post it
in a conspicuous place in the home
or office.
Sales for birthday dates will be
solicited in the three schools by
means of advance sales of band
concert tickets. The tickets will be
printed with spaces for the entry
of the student's name and birth
date. The tickets will be collected
at the door and then used for re-
cording the name and birth date of
the purchaser. The. tickets will sell
for 25c.


MAKE PRESENTATION-Pictured above
are members of the Hospital Auxiliary,
presenting a check to Miss Minerva Me.
Lane, Municipal Hospital Administrator,
to pay for a new oxygen to.nt gnd a de-
fibrilator. Making the presentatirt a^
left to right, Mrs. S. R. Stone, Mrs, G, B,
Buzzett, Mrs. George Tapper, immediate
past president of the Auxiliary, Miss Mi-


St. Joe Tel& .I..
'Receives REA Loan
A telegram this week from
Senator Spessard Holland and
Congressman Bob Sikes this
week stated that the St. Joseph
Telephone &-Telegraph Company
had been granted an REA loan
in the amount of $1.5 million to
finance expansion and updating
of their entire system.
The funds will be used for con-
struction of 267 miles of new
line to create a new exchange
and construction of a new dial
office in East Point. The loan
will also be used to replace the
Altha, Bristol and Wewahitchka
central offices with new dial
buildings and to construct new
headquarters facilities at Port
St. Joe.
The loan will help to finance
facilities to serve 1,541 new sub-
scribers to the utility.

STUDY COMMITTEE WILL
MEET TONIGHT AT 7:00 P.M.
The County Educational Study
Committee will meet Thursday, Ap-
ril 30, at the Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School at 7:00 p.m. All mem-
bers of the committee are urged to
attend.


Band concerts will be played in
the schools on the following dates:
May 6, Highland View Elementary
School; May 7, Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School; May 8, Port St.
Joe High School. Following the con-
certs, all sixth grade students will
be offered an opportunity to join
the summer band training school.
Instrumental instruction will begin
in June approximately one week
after school is out. All school own-
ed musical instruments have been
signed, so it will be necessary for
interested students to purchase in-
struments. Musical aptitude tests
will be given to all sixth graders
who wish to join the summer
training band.
A rental plan for the purchase
of new instruments will be avail-
able to those who wish to use it.
The cost is $10.00 down and $10.00
a month until the instrument is
paid for.
Monday afternoon, May 11, will
be set aside for consultation with
interested parents and students.
The time will be 4:30 p.m. until
7:30 p.m. The place will be the
High School Band Room.


nerva McLane, Hospital Administrator,
Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. Jimmy Costin and
Mrs. P. S. Fensom, president. Other offi-
cers and working committee not present
were Mrs. John Robert Smith, Mrq.
Richard Porter, Mrs. Qharles Stevens,
Jr., Mr,. J, P, Fleishel and Mrs.H R. E.
King, ( photo)


rarott IToead

Jaycees In 64-65
Tuesday night the Port St. Joe
Jaycees met at the City Hall and
elected their new officers for the
1964-65 year.
Those elected were: Joe Parrott,
president; Jake Killer, first vice-
president; Bill Brown, second vice
president; Carl Guilford, treasurer;
Harry Herrington, secretary. Tom
Ford, Jimmy Harrison, Bob Free-
man, Hulon Mitchell and John How-
ard are directors, Robert Nedley
automatically becomes a director
since he is the past president.
. The committee chairman for the
Jaycee political fish fry, reported
that their group was ready and
they would begin serving the pub-
lic at 4:30 p.m. at the political ral-
ly in Pott St. Joe, Saturday, May
2.
The Tote Board Chairman re-
ported that the boards were being


Last Rally Here
Saturday Afternoon
The last political rally prior
to the May 5 primary will be
held Saturday afternoon begin-
ning at 3:00 pm.
The Rally will be' held on the
corner lot next to the City Hall.
At this rally, the Jaycees will
be selling fish suppers on the
spot for $1.00 each.


Rotary Learns of
Michigan Operation
Program chairman Bob Vervaeke
presented his own program to the
Rotary Club last Thursday by tell-
ing the club of the operations of
the Michigan Chemical Co.
The company uses two raw pro-
ducts-oyster shell and seawater,
and plenty of both.
Lime is extracted from 450 tons
of oyster shell each day and mixed
with 15 million gallons of sea-
water to get its products of mag-
nesium oxide and peraclase.
The different products are ob-
tained by the intensity of the heat
to which it is subjected.
To get magnesium oxide the pro-
duct derived from the fusing of
lime and seawater, magnesium hy-
droxide, is heated to 1800 degrees
in a rotary kiln. The peraclase pro-
duct is subjected to heat up to
3,000 degrees.
The company has 82 employees
and puts $2,185,000 into the area
economy each year. The company
(Continued On Page 4)


constructed now and would be rea-
dy for the public to view the elec-.
tion returns on the evening of May
5 in the vacant lot next to the
City Hall,


Endorsed By

Chamber
Beginning Monday, the Port St.
Joe City Commission is sponsoring
a city-wide clean-up, paint-up and
fix-up campaign to help clean up
the City for the summer.
This program also has the en-
dorsement of the Chamber of
Commerce, who recognize that
a neat, clean city help in their
job of selling its attributes to
prospective visitors, industry
and new residents,
-According to City Auditor and
Clerk, J, B. Williams, the Board
feels that the move is necessary
to prepare the City for the summer
tourist season, and also to give the
City a better appearance for its
citizens,
In addition to beautification Wil-
liams also stated that cleaning up
and beautification of Forrest Park
is moving ahead with part of the
proposed park area developed with
a fountain and rest area already
constructed. The park will even-
tually be developed frqm First to
20th Street.,
The City will offer free trash
pick-up of yard rubbish during
the week in an effort to stimu-
late: clean-up efforts through the
residential section of the city.
Williams says the City Board is
urging the cooperation of the citi-
zens in:
.,-Removing all rubbish from
front and back yards.
Planting grass on any bare
spots.


Proclamation

WHEREAS, the general health and welfare of
our citizens depend upon wholesome surroundings
arising from good clean living conditions, and
WHEREAS, the lives and property of our peo-
ple are endangered by fire and accidents caused by
littered and cluttered conditions in homes, factories,
places of public assembly, alleys, and streets, and,
WHEREAS, a clean and beautiful community is
a proud and prosperous one, and,
WHEREAS, unity of effort is required for fu-
ture development of our community,
THEREFORE, I, FRANK HANNON, Mayor of
the City of Port St. Joe, do hereby designate May 4
through May 9, inclusive, as Clean-Up Week and
most respectfully call upon all departments of this
city, its commercial organizations, civic clubs, schools,
churches, boys' and girls' clubs and all other assoc-
iations and our people in general to take an active part
in this constructive program of community im-
provement to insure its success.
This the 30th day of April, 1964.
/s/ FRANK HANNON, Mayor
City of Port St. Joe


+ Trim hedges and-replace dead
bushes.
-* Paint the exterior of homes
and outbuildings.
Repair and paint fences. -,
Clean vacant lots of rubbish
and plant them with flowers.
Drain-and-fill low spots where
mosquitoes can breed.


"- Plant trees.
Clean out rubbish, old paper
and other fire hazards from attics,
storage rooms._and garages.
Repair- sidewalks and driv:e-
ways.
The City Commission requests
the cooperation of every citizen in
this project.


4,797 REGISTERED TO VOTE IN



DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 5


A total of 4,797 Gulf County vot-
ers will have the opportunity to
cast their votes next Tuesday, May
5 in the first Democratic primary
election.
Polls will be open from 7:00 a.m.
to 7T00 p.m. at all the polling pla-
ces.
A replica of the ballot the voters
will see on Tuesday is published in
this week's Star on page 10.
Following the closing of the polls
the Jaycees will man their "tote
board" on the corner beside the
City Hall to show the vote as it
is counted throughout the county.
Everyone is invited to attend the
".election party" and see the re-
ports as the votes are counted.
Also on election night, the Amer-
ican Legion is serving spaghetti
suppers in the Legion Hall. Tick-
ets may be purchased from any
Legion member or purchased at
the door.
The polling places and poll hol-
ders are as follows:
PRECINCT 1
Wewahitchka City Hall
Day Shift: Mrs. Dolly Weeks,
Clerk. Mrs. Susie Hall, Mrs. Leona
E. O'Neal and Mrs. Nellie Smith,
Inspectors.
Night Shift: Mr. Hugh Semmes,
Clerk. E. C. Harden, Jr., Robert
Brown and George Cox, Inspectors.
PRECINCT 2
Wewahitchka 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.
Wayne Mahan, Mrs. Mary Hanlon
and Mrs. Raymond Hardy, Inspec-
tors.
PRECINCT 5
Highland View Cox Store
Day Shift: Mrs. Ralph Nance,
Clerk. Mrs. P. L. Atkinson, Mrs.
Ted Whitfield and Mrs. Jessie Lau-
rimorz, Inspectors.
Night Shift: J. A. Chestnut,
'lerk. Mrs. Thelma Rhames, Mrs.
T. 0. Richards and Mrs. Clayton
Coker, Inspectors.
PRECINCT 6
White City Community Bldg.


Mrs. Raymond Hightower, Clerk.
Mrs. Harold Chafin, Miss Edna Da-
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. Addle 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.

Highland View School
Sets Registration
The Highland View Elementary
School has set May 1, as registra-
tion day for those childern who wil
be six years old on or before De-
cember 31, 1964. The registration
will be from 8:30 A.M. until 12:00
with the first grade teachers pre-
sent to assist parents and answer
questions.
It is not necessary for the child
to be present for this registration
but parents are requested to bring
the child's birth certificate.
Registration will be held in the
auditorium of the school.


Rotary Presents Pool Table to Stac House
Rotary President Cecil Curry is shown above presenting a check
to Mrs. Nancy Williams, Stac House Counselor, recently. The Rotary
Club purchased the table to fill a need at the youth center and pre-
sented it to the center. Looking on, left to right, are Chauncey Cos-
tin, Rotary committeeman, George Small, High School PTA presi-
dent, sponsor of the youth center, Mrs. Williams, Curry, Mrs. Sally
Malone, Stac house committeewoman and Rev. Harry Babbit, Rotary
Club and Stac House committeeman.


Nelson Vise Tells Kiwanians of Changes

Being Made In School Maintenance


Nelson Vise, State Department
of Education inspector for mainten-
ance and operations of buildings,
spoke to the Kiwanis Club Tuesday


in .Gulf County is to see how good
a job of maintenance our facilities
are receiving and offer sugg.estinns


Vise told of the innovation in
the old familiar "school janitor". "The comf(
He is now a custodian. And his job more recepti'
is becoming more technical. speaker, and
Vise said that more schools are of the tools i
moving to air conditioning and car- phere does as
peting; to tile floors and indirect helping a chi
lighting, and all this leads to a cation he is
need for more knowledge in main- Guests of t]
tenance. Mary Caroly
Vise said that S323 million is Smith, J. W.
being spent each year by the State ama City and
of Florida for current operations of Port St. Joe.
schools with 13 percent of this go-
ing for maintenance.
He said that Gulf's maintenance A vote to
cost is comparable to the rest of on May 26 w
the state, and that his current job gress for Gul


portable child makes a
ve student", said the
proper maintenance
that make this atmos-
s much as anything in
ld to get all the edu-
capable of receiving."
he club were Keyettes
n Lyons and Polly
Baumgartner of Pan-
d Herb Brouillette of



move the Courthouse
ill be a vote for pro-
f County.


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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchants


Band Boosters Making


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Ternri Gay Feted
On 6th Birthday
Miss Terri Gay was honored
with a party on her sixth birth-
day at the Jack and Jill Kinder-
garden on Friday, April 17 between
the hours of 2:30 and 4:00.
Approximately 45 of Terri's lit-
tle friends attended. Games were
played and enjoyed by all.
Terri then had the blowing of
candles and cutting the cake. Ev-
eryone enjoyed their piece of the
little Rabbit Birthday cake and
punch. Favors were then handed
to everyone.


NOTICE OF FORM OF BALLOT TO BE USED IN SPECIAL
ELECTION ON MAY 26, 1964

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County, Florida will prepare the ballot shown
below for use in the Special Election of May 26, 1964 on the
question of the location of the county seat. If any voter has an
objection to the form of the ballot, said objection should be filed
with the Clerk Circuit Court of Gulf County, Florida on or before
the 11th day of May, 1964.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: JAMES G. McDANIEL, Chairman


ATTEST:
GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk -_


4t-4-30


FORM. OF BALLOT

OFFICIAL BALLOT TO DETERMINE LOCATION OF
COUNTY SEAT OF GULF.COUNTY, FLORIDA
May 26, 1964

Gulf County Precinct No ....---


Pursuant to petition praying for an election to
change the location of the county seat of Gulf County,
Florida, an election has been called and-to vote hereon,
mark a cross (X) in the square at the right of the name
of the location for which you desire to vote for the loca-
tion of the county seat of Gulf County, Florida.



NAME OF CITY

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Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe High School
Monday, May 4
Irish stew with vegetables, cole
slaw, cheese biscuit, jelly, butter,
dessert, fruit, milk, bread and but-
ter.
Tuesday, May 5
Hamburger, buns, dills, onions,
green lima beans, sliced tomato,
glazed carrots, cookies, milk, bread
and butter.
Wednesday, May 6
Oven fried chicken, rice, gravy.
green beans, pineapple waldorf
salad with cream dressing, milk,
bread and butter.
Thursday, May 7
Hot dog toasties, baked beans,
stewed buttered potatoes, spring
salad, lemon frosted cake squares,
milk, butter and bread.
Friday, May 8
Tuna fish salad, toasted cheese,
carrot stix, English peas, citrus
cup, peanut butter cookies, bread,
milk, and butter.

Kemp Family Reunion
The annual Kemp Family Reun-
ion will be held at the Kemp
Homestead on Wetappo Creek on
May 3.
Dinner will be served at 1:00
p.m., cst. All friends and relatives
are cordially invited to attend.


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Engagement Announced


Mr. and Mrs. J. Lamar Hardy,
Port St. Joe, announce the en-
gagement of their niece, Carol
Ann Patterson to George Herbert
Hasenbein,
Miss Patterson is a graduate
of Port St. Joe High School and
Sacred Heart College. She is
teaching elementary education
at Our Lady of the Shoals Paro-
chial School, Tuscumbia, Ala-
bama.

WSCS Executive

Board Meets to

Name Circles

The Executive Board of the Wo-
man's Society of Christian Service
of the First Methodist Church met
Monday, April 27, at 3:00 p.m. in
the Fellowship Hall. Members of
the Circle for the year of 1964-65
will be as follows;
Ruth Lawrence Circle
Mesdames J. L. Miller, W. L.
Brown, J. B. Grififth, Lindsey Tem-
ple, Paul Blount, R. W, Smith, J. T.
McNeill, Jr., Ralph Swatts, W. D,
Jones, Red Parker, .Hubert Rich-
ards, J. T. Graves, Harold Odom,
George Wjmberly, Jr., and J. T.
McNeil, Sr.
Mary McMillan Circle
Mesdames Leonard Belin, Milton
Anderson, W. H. Howell, Jr., Tho-
mas Freeman, Evelyn Donaldson,
Ed Ramsey, Jake Belin, Fred Sut-
ton, W. L.. Chason, Robert King,
Leo Shealy, W. E. Boyer, Kenneth
Cox, J. A. Fillingim and Herbert
Brown.
Dorane Lowman Circle
Mesdames 0. M. Taylor, Fennon
Talley, Carrie Gibson, Dudley
Vaughn, Eula Pridgeon, B. R. Gib-
son, Chauncey Costin, Ivey Wil-
liams, Nettie Anchors, W. 0. An-
derson, W. T. Mosley, T. S. Harris,
Joe Grimsley, Walter Duren, Neva
Croxton, Sally Costin, J. T. Ricket-
cn A Mf TJoncs. Sr WlTnrJ Trohn-


Mr. Hasenbein is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Hasen-
bein, Cullman, Alabama. He is
employed with Kayser-Roth In-
corporated, Cullman.
Miss Patterson is the daughter
of H. L. Patterson and the late
Mrs. Patterson, St. Petersburg.
The wedding will be an event
of June 4, 1964, at Sacred Heart
Catholic Church, Cullman, Ala-
bama.

MOVE THE COURTHOUSE


Charter No. 14902
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT
PORT ST. JOE, IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS N APRIL 15, 1964. PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO CALL
MADE BY COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, UNDER SECTION
5211, U. S. REVISED STATUTES
ASSETS
1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items
in process of collection 998,315.80
2. United States Government obligations, direct and
guaranteed (Net of any reserves) 1,578,690.53
3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions
(Net of any reserves) 695,779.37
4. Loans and discounts (Net of any reserves) ___ -- 1,849,986.52
5. Fixed assets 91,059.86
6. Other assets 41,461.09
7. TOTAL ASSETS ...... 5,255,293.17
LIABI. LITI ES$
8. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships,
and corporations 3,041,917.88
9. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships
and corporations 164,325.04
10, Deposits of United States Government 319,397.27
11. Deposits of States and political subdivisions ------- 381,099.83
12. Deposits of banks 112,098.49
13. Certified and officers' checks, etc 16,169.31
14. TOTAL DEPOSITS $4,035,007,82
(a) Total demand deposits $3,720,682.78
(b) Total time and savings deposits .--- $ 314,325.04
15. Rediscounts and other liabilities for borrowed
money 550,000.00
16. Other liabilities 88,066.88
17. TOTAL LIABILITIES 4,673,074.70
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
18. Common stock-par value per share $25.00.
No. shares authorized 8,000
No. shares outstadPing 8,000 200,000.00
19. Surplus 300,000.00
20. Undivided profits 32,953.56
21. Reserves .. .... 49,264.91
22. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 8,18.47
23. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS -,255,298.17
I, Walter C. Dodson, President, of the above-named bank do hereby
declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best-
of my knowledge and belief.


son, .L... a., ". ,n.. I/s/ WALTER C. DODSON
son and Lamar Jordan. We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report
Lula Rawls Circle of ....nli(nrii.n and declare that it has been examined by us and to the
Mesdames George Suber, Tom best of Qou knowledge and belief is true and correct.
Byrd, H. W. Griffin, Calla Perritt, .J. C. BELIN Directors
B. E. Rawls, H. T. Brinson, Jesse F., !iP. (j@SON, JR.
Owens, R. H. Brinson, George Ad-
kins, Buel Harper, Herman Dean, REPORT OF AN AFFILIATE OF A NATIONAL ANK
kings Buel Harper, Herman Dean Report as of April 15, 1964, of St. Joe Paper Copany, r Sj
A. S. Chason, A. M. Jones, Jr., I. Joe, Florida, which is affiliated with Florida National Bank at Fiori
C. Nedley, Miles Hurlbut, Sr., St. Joe, Port St. Joe, oFlprii, Charter Number 14902, Federal Reserve
Douglas Davis, C. W. Johnson, T. District Number 6.
H. Stone, Laura Geddie and P.A. Kind of business of this affiliate: afppfacturer of paper pulp
-and containers.
Howell. Manner in which above-named organization is affiliated mytb na-
------ tional bank, and degree of control: Alfred I. duPont Estate owns con-
-- trolling stock in both bank and paper c>. ipaniy.
Financial relations with bank: Loans to pliJpwood dealers secured
i by assignment of monies due from paper company, 1M7,942.38.
I, Walter C. Dodson, President of Florida National Bank at Port
St. Joe, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the
best of my knowledge and belief. I declare that it has pr will be pub-
lished in the manner prescribed by Section 5211, US,R,2,, (12, U.8C.,
sec. 161), within fifteen days from the date of receipt of the call for
report of condition by the Comptroller of the Currency.
/s/ WALTER C. DODSON
Mr. and Mrs. Rosia Austin Win- Sworn to and subscribed before me this 24th day of April, 1964.
VERNA M. SMITH, Notary Public, State of Florida at Large,
gate, 1313 Long Avenue, announce My Commission expires April 20, 1966.
the birth of a baby boy, Timothy
Alan on April 26. REPORT OF AN AFFILIATE OF A NATIONAL BANK
Mr. and Mrs. James William Report as of April 15, 1964, of Florida East Coast Railway Company,
Mr. and Mrs. James William Jacksonville, Florida, which is affiliated with Florida National Bank at
Beauchamp announce the birth of Port St. Joe, Port St. Joe, Florida, Charter number 14902, Federal Re-
a son, Timothy William on April serve district number 6.'
24. Kind of business of this affiliate: Railroad.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Don Batson of Manner in which above-named organization is affiliated with na-
tional bank, and degree of control: Majority of Florida East Coast Rail-
Indian Pass Beach announce the road common stock owned by St. Joe Paper Company. The A. I. duPont
birth of a boy, Robert Joe on Ap- Estate owns controlling stock in bpth St. Joe Paper Company and the
ril 14. bank. 3
Mr. and Mrs. Casper Allen Scott Financial relations with bank: Borrowing from affiliated bank, in-
1322 McClellan Avenue announce cluding acceptance executed by affiliated bank for account of affiliate
1322 McClellan Avenue annou and securities sold to affiliated bank under repurchase agreement,
the birth of a son, Joseph Brent on $1,875.00.
April 18. I, Walter C. Dodson, President of Florida National Bank at Port St.
Colored Births Joe, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Samuel my knowledge and belief. I declare that it has or will be published in
the manner prescribed by Section 5211, U.S.R.S., (12, U.S.C., sec. 161),
Samuel Barnes, Jr., 234 Ave. D, within fifteen days from the date of receipt of the call for report of
announce the birth of a girl, Chery condition by the Comptroller of the Currency.
Denise on April 26. /s/ WALTER C. DODSON
n births occurred at the Port Sworn to and subscribed before me this 24th day of April, 1964.
(All births occurred at the Port VERNA M. SMITH, Notary Public, State of Florida at large.
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.) My commission expires April 20, 1960q


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1964

the Lord's Prayer. agreed to make an apron before the
There was a discussion on the next meeting. These will go in the
sale at the political rally. There rummage sale. All money should
was a good profit made. The Aux- be in this week for the Marian-Kay


. .. .. .k


Eta Upsilon- Will
Observe Anniversary
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi will celebrate the 33rd
anniversary of the organizations
founding April 30. A banquet will
be held on this night.
Thirty-three years ago, the first
chapter of the Sorority was formed
in Abilene, Kansas. There are now
7,500 chapters and 175,000 mem-
bers in 14 countries.
In addition to the banquet, tradi-
tional ceremonies will be observed.
The history of the local chapter
will be reviewed and the new
members will receive their first
welcome to membership.
Mrs. Wandis Scott is serving as
chairman of the Founder's Day
Banquet. The toastmistress for the
evening is Mrs. Carol Rish. Other
members who will have a part in
the program are: Sara Peters, Elva
Jones, Pauline McGill and Dot
Grossman.
Mrs. Sami Dean has been select-
ed for the honor of presenting a
special message from the sorority's
founder. She has received the mes-
sage from the international head-
quarters in Kansas City. It will be
the central event of the evening
and the culmination of the pro-
gram.
Governor Farris Bryant has is-
sued a proclamation declaring the
week of April 30, "Beta Sigma
Phi" week.

Highland View FD
Auxiliary Meets
The Highland View Volunteer
Fire Department's Ladies Auxiliary
met April 26, in Mr. Adams store
at 7:30 p.m.
The president called the meeting
to order by leading the group in


iliary wishes to express their deep-
est thanks to the community of
Highland View for their donations.
The rummage sale Saturday went
over well. Thanks to all who con-
tributed to this cause.
Each member at the meeting


Return Byrd E. Parker to your Sheriff's of-
fice. the man who will give you honest,
courteous, and efficient service, plus years
of experience which is most important in
the Sheriff's office.
VOTE FOR PARKER in the May 5 Primary.
Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated


HUGH GRIFFITH
RICHARD HAYDN
awTARiTA
fWWONO


products.
The Auiliary invites all interest-
ed ladies in Highland View to at-
tend their meetings. The meetings
are the second and fourth Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p.m. in Mr.
Adams store on Sixth Street.


HAYDON BURNS

N CVL RIGHTS


,"As Mayor of Jackson-
ville and as Governor of
S. Florida, I have and will
respect everyone's right
S to peaceful picketing and

... la w ful demonstrations.
SBut violence in the streets
will not be tolerated. I am
vigorously opposed to the
civil rights bill now before
Congress."


THE WRONGS OF CIVIL RIGHTS

Civil Rights Bill 1963, Title II-Public Accommodations
Public accommodations forbids discrimination based on race,
color, religion, or national origin in hotels, motels, restaurants,
gasoline stations, theaters, and sports arenas. Anyone denied ac-
cess could seek a court order prohibiting the discrimination, or
the Attorney General could do so if he felt that the purpose of
the act would be "materially furthered" by his intervention.
HAYDON BURNS SAYS: "This is a clear invasion of
property rights, an attack on 'Free Enterprise' and the
destruction of States Rights."

TITLE VI-FEDERAL FUNDS
Gives Federal agencies authority to take affirmative action-
including, as a last resort, a cutoff of Federal funds-to end
discrimination in Federally assisted programs such as school or
hospital construction or vocational training.
HAYDON BURNS SAYS: "The threat of cut-off of
Federal funds is sheer economic blackmail. These funds
are our own taxes coming back to us in form of aid pro-
grams such as milk to school children, old age assistance,
and so forth.

TITLE VI--JOB DISCRIMINATION
Makes it unlawful for union or management to follow prac-
tices that "deprive any individual of employment opportunities"
on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. A
new Equal Employment Opportunity Commission would seek
court injunctions against discriminatory practices if conciliation
efforts fail.
HAYDON BURNS SAYS: "This is diabolical provi-
sion actually making the Federal bureaucrats partners in
every business in Florida, and giving them virtual con-
trol over hiring and firing of personnel. Business effi-
ciency goes out the window with this intervention."

VOTE FOR

HAYDON BURNS



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BYRD E. PARKER











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Attend Revival guire.
The next meeting will be the
As is the custom of the Golden first Monday in May. The Agers
Agers when a revival is being held, will meet in the Florida Power
the group met Monday at the Stac Lounge. The hostesses at this time
House and all 13 members present wi be Mrs Essie Williams and
attended revival services at the Mrs. Calla Parrott.
First Baptist Church. All enjoyed! All members are urged to be
a wonderful message from Dr. Ma- present.


UNITED FARM AGENCY

NATIONWIDE REAL ESTATE SERVICE
Announces the appointment of Jean Arnold to its local
branch office in Port St. Joe, Florida; office at residence,
ten miles west of town on U. S. 98.
UNITED FARM AGENCY is now in its 39th year of
service to buyers and sellers of ranches, farms, country
homes, recreational properties, acreages, and business pro-
perties from coast to coast and ranks as the nation's largest
advertiser of real estate. Through its world-famous free
catalog and consistently heavy year-round advertising in
newspapers and other publications throughout the country,
UNITED brings buyers from everywhere to the communities
it serves,
List your property now with Jean Arnold and have
folks all across the nation as your potential buyers! No
charge for listing. UNITED'S local representatives are de-
pendable, licensed, and bonded.

UNITED FARM AGENCY
Box 270, Route 3 Port St. Joe, Florida
Phone 648-4800


I


Long Ave. Baptist


Circles Meet


Circle One of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church met in the home of
Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Monday at 9:30
a.m., with these five members pres-
ent: Mrs. C. M. Palmer, Mrs. Frank
Barnes, Mrs. Bobby Huckeba, Mrs.
John Core and Mrs. Joe Ferrell.
The meeting was opened by Mrs.
John Core reading the scripture
and the prayer calendar. Mrs. C.
M. Palmer led in prayer. The pro-
gram on "Our Jewish Neighbors"
was given by all members. The
meeting was closed with prayer by
Mrs. Joe Ferrell.
.:. .. :.
Circle No. 2 of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church met Tuesday at 9:30
a.m. in the home of Mrs. H. L.
Ford. Mrs. N. G. Martin, chairman,
called the meeting to order.
The opening prayer was given
by Mrs. Johnnie Sykes. Reports
were given and the March minutes
read.
Mrs. Eula Dickey, program chair-
man, with the assistance of Mrs. J.
C. Odum, Mrs. Neil Arnold and
Mrs. N. G. Martin, brought a very
interesting program on "Our Jew-
ish Neighbors". Mrs. Ford closed
the meeting with prayer.
Refreshments were served by the
hostess.

Circle No. 3, Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church met Tuesday with Mrs.
John E. McKenzie. The meeting
was opened with prayer. After a
short business meeting an interest-
ing program was given by the mem-
bers present, "Our Jewish Neigh-
bors",
Refreshments were served by the
hostess.

Circle 5 met with Mrs. Wesley
R. Ramsey Tuesday, April 28 for
their regular monthly meeting.
The meeting was opened with


prayer by Mrs. Gene Fowler, pro-
gram chairman. The program, tak-
en from the Royal Service maga-
zine, was given by Mrs. Fowler,
Mrs. Ramsey and Mrs. W. P. Dock-
cry, followed with closing prayer
by Mrs. Ramsey.
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved to those present.
4:.11:.-.:.
Circle 6 of the Long Avenue Bap-
tist WMU met at the church on
April 27. The meeting was opened
with a call to prayer by Mrs.
Charles Marshall and prayer by
Mrs. Cecil Harrison.
Those taking part on the pro-
gram, "Our Jewish Neighbors"
were Mrs. David Jenkins, Mrs.
Danny Maddox, Mrs. John Hanson,
Mrs. Russell Goolsby.
Other members present were:
Mrs. Billy Norris, Mrs. Cecil Harir-
son, Mrs. Clyde White and Mrs.
Charles Marshall.
Two new members were wel-
comed, Mrs. Randall McClain and
Mrs. Joe Parrott. One visitor, Mrs.
Edward Ramsey, was also present.
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved by the hostesses, Mrs. David
Jenkins and Mrs. Danny Maddox.
o:. .:. .:.
Circle No. 7, Long Avenue Bap-
tict Church met in the home of
Mrs. Jean Jones Tuesday, at 9:30
a.m. with four members present.
The meeting was called to order by
the chairman, Mrs. George Holland.
Mrs. Barney Earley led in prayer
after which a short business meet-
ing was held.
Program chairman, Mrs. Cliff
Robbins brought an interesting pro-
gram "Baptists Emerge Into Mo-
dern History" with the assistance
of the following members, Mary
Earley, Louise Holland and Jean
Jones.
Refreshments were served by the
hostess.

Poppies Will Go
On Sale In May
Poppy's are made by disabled
veterans for the help of disabled
veterans and the aid of war widows
and orphans. These bright red me-
morial flowers are the way to hon-
or the dead as they care for the
living.
May is the month and soon it will
be the Day and the hour, when
members of the American Legion
Auziliary will take up their bas-
kets, go to their assigned stations,
appealing to the people of America
"Wear a Poppy."
"In Flanders' fields the poppies
blow, between the crosses, row on
row,..."


I. I '* :. 1:




Richard Zipperer
In Puerto Rico
FORT BROOKE, PUERTO RICO
Private Richard E. Zipperer, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Y. Zipperer
of 302, 16th Street, Port St. Joe
Florida, was assigned recently to
Fort Brooke Army Garrison in San
Juan, Puerto Rico. The Fort is sit-
uated within the walls of San Fe-
line Del Morro, a 400 year old Span-
ish Fortress, overlooking the en-
trance to San Juan Bay.
Private Zipperer, a personal ps-
ychology specialist, arrived in Puer-
to Rico after completing his basic
training at Fort Jackson, South
Carolina.
Zipperer graduated from Port
St. Joe High School and attended
Florida State University where he
was a member of Sigma Nu.

Eta Upsilon Meets
In Power Lounge
Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sig-
ma Phi met Tuesday night at the
Florida Power Lounge.
The culture program was pre-
sented by Mrs. Sara Peters. The
program was on Shakespearian lit-
erature. A recording of the play,
"Hamlet" was played and the group
enjoyed listening.
During the business portion of
the meeting a vote was taken as
to who the two delegates would be
to attend the state convention. The
vote was won by Mrs. Carol Rish
and Mrs. Pauline McGill. Mrs. Elva
Jones will also be a representative
from the Gulf Area Council.
Refreshments were enjoyed dur-
ing the social time.

CARD OF THANKS
The ladies of the Overstreet Me-
thodist Church would like to thank
each and everyone who helped to
make our bake sale a success, held
at the Political Rally, Overstreet,
April 25.


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(Boyles wrote this piece in
Carolina last week, but beat it
home. It was to be published in
last week's paper, but didn't ar-
rive until Thursday morning.
Boyles got home Wednesday
night.-Ed.)
Dear friends:
It's jolly good to be home again
after a visit with our folks in
N. C. and Va. Actually a short trip
for most people, but a long hard
driving 2,000 miles for this swamp
aclimated, beach loving, homey
country boy. On Tuesday after ar-
rival in Lynchburg, Va., we toured
a couple of new shopping centers.
Bill, (brother-in-law) we call him
Colonel. Perkins, took off from
work to be with us. He knows ev-
ery nook and corner, hill and turn
in this interesting, scenic old city
now teeming and beaming with
new life and energy after standing
still in lethargic smugness and
moss producing pride for 40 or 50
years. Cities are like individuals-
when we sit down to admire and
congratulate ourselves for victories
and accomplishments, opportunity
and progress will pass. Suddenly,
we stir and awake to the startling
realization that we're only kidding
ourselves-that jet moving time
and man's endeavor does not per-
mit nor tolerate our basking in a
comfortable status quo of self pride
that actually adds up to zero m-
inus! We are still confronted with
the orders that came to the chil-
dren of Isaac in the Old Testament,
"Go i nand possess the land which
I have given thee". Yes, the world
still flows with milk and honey.
Shall we go in (fight and possess)
or turn backwards in fear and
trembling.
We hope you'll bear with this
column as it rambles and wanders


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from selling gowns and sox, from
Florida to N. C. and Va., from co-
mic to country like, off the cuff
observations in the areas of indus-
try, science and philosophy, fields
in which the editor is ignorant but
curious. The few readers we have
indicate a most generous and sym-
pathetic attitude which we hope
to maintain. Your indulgence is
greatly appreciated. Let us say
thanks and move on!
The drive from Lynchburg to
Mount Airy, N. C., was a rolling,
winding, up a hill (we would call
a mountain here) down a hill, 135
mile scenic, non-crowded pleasant
route. The peaceful largely wood-
ed country is spotted with small
farms and prosperous, contented
looking homes well constructed of
N. C. and Va., white oak, cedar,
short leaf pine and clay red home-
made brick. The friendly, easy go-
ing, healthy country folks move
around leisurely, displaying little
concern over the price of sugar,
shoes, socks, overalls and other
worldly necessities that give most
of us the jitters and twitters. We
make a guess they're about the
free-est and happiest humans, any-
where and could be counted among
thd salt of the earth Pause for
a 60 second sermon: Abraham Lin-
coln was asked how many men the
Confederates had in the field,
"Twelve hundred thousand", he re-
plied. "Good heavens", exclaimed
the inquirer, "Yes", said Lincoln,
"every time our generals are bea-
ten, they al Isay they were out-
numbered three or five to one.
We have 400,000 men in the field
and three times four is twelve.
See?"
It's easy to find excuses for fail-
ures (we all do) but alibis and ex-
plainations are worthless-only a
waste of time and energy!
This is being written Sunday,
6:30 a.m. (19th) at Mt. Airy, N .C.,
Route 6, under the shadows of
Skull Camp Mountain, a stepchild
of the scenic Blue Ridge chain,
about nine miles in the distance.
It's a glorious Spring day and
great-grandpa Boyles is shuffling
in the kitchen getting his own
breakfast-slowly but surely. This
has been his custom since great-
grandma's strength began to slip
around 75, over 12 years ago. She
does better by sleeping late, which
she says is much more effective
than taking medicine- or calling a
doctor! At this time we're taking
about an hour's break and slipping
down the hill to Beaver Dam
Creek, a gaily little stream that
runs cheerfully through the Boyles
estate. We'll take our smal Ispin-
ning reel for a flin gat some moun-
tain trout called "horny heads".
They are wily, clever and hard to
hang, but Barbara and the writer
cornered 6 yesterday. Please don't
mention this Sunday excursion to
our hard-hitting down to earth
preacher, Dr. Harris. My standing
before this get-away was already
below par and his prayers and
spiritual support have been most
helpful and welcome. He comes to
see us regularly and religiously
disregarding the modern trend in
many pastorates. (Too busy admin-
istrating, figuring percentages and
planning for construction) to coun-
sel, visit and comfort the needy.
Then too, folks hardly stay at
home these busy atomic filled days
lon enough to have visitors. Most
of our friends come to see us at
the store including our minister.
We feel fortunate to have our good
friend Dr. Harris to keep a check
on us bringing us comfort and
cheer always.
We must soon bring this travel
Tattle to a close or The Star may
choose to delete. Anyway it would
take several pages to relate our
haopv experiences with the dear
old folks at home, nearing a cen-
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Gulf County's seventh forest fire
for the year 1964 occurred Friday,
April 24. Early Friday morning,
County Ranger H. A. Hardy was
notified that a large smoke was
coming up in the middle of Pan-
ther Swamp along the Gulf County
Canal bank East of Highland View.
It was a foggy morning and visibili-
ty from towers was cut down.


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Tattler
(Continued From Page 3 )
tury of sweat and tears living toge-
ther, still lovers and loving their
fellow man. Briefly we touch the
highlights from here on out.
Friday, April 18-Took mom and
dad for a check with their doctor.
Doctor pleased with their progress
and condition. Mom cooperative
and pleasant. Dad kids nurse about
high price of water used to cleanse
and sterilize an ear that had stop-
ped up. No wonder! First a piece of
cotton-then a long cake of wax-
then another piece of cotton, then
more wax was removed which no


Happyland

Kindergarten

Program Friday
The Happyland Kindergarten,


Three crews from the Gulf under the direction of Mrs. Charles
County Fire Control Unit were dis- Browne and Elizabeth Ann Browne,


patched to the fire crew. The crew
arrived on the fire and began fire
fighting operations at 10:00 a.m.
The swamp was so rough that
plows were unable to corral the
fire, so a dozer from St. Joe Pa-
per Company was dispatched into
the first to mop-up behind the
plows. The Florida Forest Service
plane was flying the fire keeping
the County Ranger up to date on
progress of the fire fighting. At
about 11:00 the pilot called out
that another fire had started up
near the canal. All tractors were
calledtto the East side of the fire
and two more dozers and two plow
units were called in from Bay
County and the St. Joe Paper Co.
At 5:20 p.m. the fires were
brought under control. All plow
units were released and the three
dozers went into action, mopping
up and clearing a wide break
around the fire area. This opera-
tion was completed by 3:00 p.m.
Saturday afternoon.


Washington High

Players Enter

Drama Contest
The senior classalong with oth-
er drama club members of George
Washington High School recently
attended Florida state-wide speech
and drama association held at A&M
College and University; Tallahassee.
SAt this festival Washingtnn


doubt had accumulated over a per-High School presented a one t
iod of years. I High School presented a one act
Barbara and writer took the play entitled, "Finder's Keepers",
young couplei (94 and 87) to lunch by George Kelly. The characters of
after dad told doctor they would the play were Inez Gavin who play-
have to feed him if they kept him ed as Mrs. Aldrid, Sylvia Griffin
at office much longer. who played as Mrs. Hampton and
Saturday, April 18-Went fish- Alphonsa Nickson who played as
ing in Beaver Dam which has al. Mr. Aldrid. All the characters did
ready been mentioned. Visited and Mr.unusual drid. All matic characterizations
shopped in the afternoon. and were well liked. The players
Sunday, April 19--Early morning a w wl l
Sunday, April 19-Early morning were given superior reactions and
excursion related. Went to Lambs- applause from the audience. Ev-
burg, Va., taking great grandpa and eryone enjoyedtheplay and were
great grandma. This quaint little eryone enjoyased withe play and were
village is my mother's birthplace well pleased with each actor.
(1877). It nestles snugly right at According to comments, the play
h1877). It nestles snugly right was one of the best plays ever pre-
the foot of the Blue Ridge with scented by playmakers of Washing-
stately Fisher's Peak and Sugar t i l r t a
Loaf Mountain looking down from ton High School. From the atmos-
about 4,000 feet in pleasing splen- phere of the audience, "Finder's
dor. D. B. Hawks, Sr., mom's bro- Keepers" was the best play of the
other, lives in the last home on the festival. The festival participants
Paper's Gap Highway before the gave wholesome applause and rang
steep and snake-like ascent begins, with favorable comments through-
It's a most impressive, as well as out the performance.
hazardous spot. Should a car get The production was directed by
loose on its way down it, would Miss Whigham, English teacher at
probably land right in the living Washington High School, In this
room! A pleasant visit and we re- drama conference, Miss Whigham
turned home hungry and gaily with was elected chairman of the nom-
a can of home made apple butter nations committee and second vice
to the good! president-elect to the president of
n. Ad,,il 20A wonderful the Florida State Speech and Dra-


spring day with the scent of apple
blossoms and dogwood filling the
air. Spent the time napping and
relaxing on the bannistered porch
air conditioned by nature's unsur-
passable method. Needed to rest
since we'll be heading back to the
Constitution City of Florida Tues-
day A.M. Will meet Mrs. Wages at
Mt. Airy at 9:40 p.m., (coming in
from Washington, D. C.) who will
return with us. This satisfying and
pleasant memory-filled trip ends
with the first paragraph of this
loosely written Tattle.
S'long. -RGB
P.S. Editor-Refer to personnel:
Please arrange "shoe department"
line properly-below-not above,
"Manager line". Thanks and don't
charge for this! Hear? ?
P.S. FROM Editor.-After safely
working our way through these
pages of "writ by hand" (left hand
to make matters worse) by Boyles,
out of relief, we will make said
changes at no charge. And don't
balk at paying if I have mis-inter-
preted your (?) writing.
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Rotary Club
(Continued From Page 1)
payroll runs in the neighborhood of
$1,000,000 per year.
As an added attraction, Rotarian
Chauncey Costin presented a re-
port of the recent state meeting
held in St. Augustine.
Guests of the club were Al Shu-
ler, T. E. Gordon, Cleve Randolph
and Bill Buzzett of Apalachicola,
Joe Gasson of Birmingham, Bob
Beckman, and Charles Wilson of
Perry and Bob Coolry of Washing-
ton.


ma Association.


Jean Arnold Named

By Insurance Co.
Jean Arnold has been appointed
as exclusive representative for
United Farm Agency in Port St.
Joe, and the surrounding territory,
C. A. Peterson, Executive Vice
President for the company, has an-
nounced from the home office in
Kansas City.
Petersen said United is experi-
encing a remarkable increase in
interest in properties of all kinds
and that both 'sales and inquiries
from property seekers are break-
ing all previous records. Sales last
year totaled more than $67,500,-
000, he said, a substantial increase
over any previous year.
United is one of the nation's lar-
gest brokers of real estate and has
over 350 local offices throughout
the country from coast to coast.

Larry Griner Now
Stationed In Texas
LACKLAND AFB, Tex.-Airman
Larry D. Griner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Early E. Weeks of Port St.
Joe, is being reassigned to James
Connally AFB, Texas, for training
and duty as a transportation spec-
ialist.
Airman Griner recently com-
plited United States Air Force ba-
sic military training here.
A graduate of Port St. Joe High
School, he attended Vanguard
Technical College at Atlanta, Ga.


will present their annual program
Friday night, at 8:00 p.m. in the
High School Auditorium.
The program this year will be en-
titled, "The Four Pigs At the
World's Fair."
Numbers and characters in the
program will be as follows:
"Come to the Fair", Susan Quar-
les.
Introduction to the Fair, Nan
Parker.
Mother of the Four Pigs, Karen
Machen.
Spotty Pig, Andy May.
Browny Pig, Mark Holland.
Blacky Pig, Jeff Cox.
Whitey Pig, Butch Whitehead.
Wolf, Bill Norton.
Brick Salesman, Randy Hart.
Straw Salesman, Johnny Free-
man.
Mud Salesman, Sandy Sanborn.
Stick Salesman, Lemond Daniels.
Sideshow puppets: Tammie Pet-
ers, Marion Ann Costin, Tina Mach-
en.
Monkey Business: Randy Phillips,
Sammy Parker, Ray Lawrence.
Fair Doll, Brenda Rogers.
Egyptian Entertainers: Jerrie
Lewis, Cindy Stoufer.
Can-Can Dancers: Nan Parker,
Susan Quarles, Karen Machen.
Thousand-legged Worm, Buddy
Whitehead.
Everyone is invited to attend the
program.

Jayceetes Met Monday
At St. Joe Motel
The regular monthly meeting of
the Port St. Joe Jayceettes was
held Monday night in the Sun
Room of the St. Joe Motel. Mrs. Pat
Costin and Virginia Cannon were
hostesses to the group.
The group enjoyed the program
for the evening which was on fa-
cial and skin care. Two representa-
tives from the Merle Norman Stu-
dio gave the interesting program.
Mrs. Clara Cooley was chosen as
the model for the facial and make-
up and received a lovely prize for
this. All the girls were presented
gift samples of this product.
The business portion of the
meeting followed. Hostesses for the
May meeting will be Mrs. Dot
Grossman and Greta Freeman.


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We offer low down payments and
easy terms to fit your pocketbook.
"FOR INFORMATION CALL"
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1418 Harrison Ave. SU 5-6363

RUG CLEANING
9 by 12 Rugs, $5.00
CASH AND CARRY
Dyeing Spot Removal
FLOORMASTER RUGATERIA
3425 E. Hwy. 98 PO 3-1545


CATHERINE'S SHOP
First Quality Fabric
Patterns Notions
See Our Spring Hats


2817 E. 5th St.


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HAMMOND ORGANS


Story & Clark Pianos
Guitars, Musical Instruments


SHEET MUSIC, INSTRUCTIONS
314 Harrison Ave. 763-261


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


BONDY'S RAMBLER
SALES AND SERVICE ON
Rambler Renault M.G.
Austin Healy
Repairs on all imports
1026 Harrison Ave. Ph. 763-4678


BOB'S TOP SHOP
Auto Interiors a Specialty
Complete furniture upholstery
Truck, Tractor Seats Repaired


2135 Hwy. 98 East


PO 3-1683


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HOME OWNED SINCE 1942
"Don't let your pests rest-
put M&S to the test"
HOME COMMERCIAL
RESIDENTIAL
for free inspection call SU 5-8733


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida



Classify


Large Forest Fire Erupts In Panther

Swamp Early Friday; Burns Two Days


Teacher Appreciation Day was
held Friday, April 17 in the Port
St. Joe High School lunchroom,
when members of the Student
Council honored the faculty.
Student C o u n cil members


Need for Mental

Health Unit

In Gulf County
April 27 to May 3 has been des-
ignated as Mental Health Week.
Communities all over the nation
are observing this week through
the promotion of Mental Health
Associations.
Dr. Willa Dean Lowery, Director
of the Gulf County Health Depart-
ment says there is a real need for
a Mental Health Association in Gulf
County. During the past 12 months
there have been 21 persons from
Gulf County admitted to the State
Hospital for psychiatric care. When
patients return to the community,
the county health department pro-
vides the necessary drugs for con-
tinuing their care and recovery.
There are 19 such persons now on
this program.
Another activity which needs the
support of such a Mental Health
Association is related to child gui-
dance. Eleven children have been
referred to the Bay County Gui-
dance Clinic. The children and
their parents receive guidance
counseling and psychological evalu-
ation.
An active program of Commun.
ity Mental Health may have pre-
vented one or more of the four
homicidal deaths occurring in Gulf
County in the last year.

Visit In Georgia -.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Alligood and
daughters Carol and Angie and
Miss Evelyn Dockery visited last
week end with friends and rela-
tives in Meigs, Ga., and attended
the Rose Show in Thomasville.


shown above are Dennis Dawson,
Paula Lovett and Jimmy Good-
man serving cookies and coffee
to teachers, Mr. Holt, Coach
Brown and Miss Niblack.


Garden Club Postpones
Flower Show To Later Date
The Port St. Joe Gardon Club
announced that due to inclement
weather and damage to flowers
they have been forced to postpone
the show scheduled for Saturday
May 2 and Sunday May 3.
Another date will be announced.

Visits Relatives
Mrs. George Cooper returned
home Saturday after spending a
week in South Georgia due to the
serious illness of her brother-in-
law, Gus Maxwell, who is in a
Thomasville Hospital. While in
Thomasville, Mrs. Cooper attended
the annual Rose Show. Her former
home town, Cairo took first prize
on its float.

In loving memory of our darling
Mother, Eula McDaniel Strange.
Who passed away one year ago
May 1 1963.
Our hearts still ache with sad.
ness, Our eyes shed many a tear.
God alone knows how much we
miss you as this ends the first lone-
ly year.
JAMES EDGAR STRANGE
EVELYN WILLIAMS
LILLIAN HENNING

Eta Upsilon Inducts
Two New Members
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi held their ritual of
jewels the second degree of mem-
bership. This was presented by
Mrs. Carol Rish at the St. Joe Mo-
tel Club Room. Those receiving
this degree were Mrs. Dot Gross-
man and Mrs. Dot Koller.
During this ceremony these girls
were pinned with the jeweled so-
rority pin. The whole group ex-
tends a welcome to these girls.


&











Teachers Honored


FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet Bis-
cayne, 4-door. $595.00. See at 131
Bellamy Circle or call 229-3611. 3t
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 or SALE: Large 3 bed-
room house. Furnished or un-
furnished. On 1st St., St. Joe Beach.
J. D Clark. 227-7771. tfc
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house. 513 8th St. $40.00 mo.
Phone 227-8806. 2tp
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-
,d apartment. One 2-bedroom
uxrrnished 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


Attend the Church For Job Printing It's

of Your Choice each THE STAR

Sunday. Phone 7-3161


Elect...






Frank Pate Jr.


Judge


THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1964



ed Ads

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed, newly painted apartment.
509 10th St. $40.00 per month. Itc
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
WANTED: Short order cook. No
phone calls. Apply at -Daisy
Queen. tfc-4-16
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.
i t Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-336d for
ia (her information or write P. 0.
hvE 535.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No .111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet.
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
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
-----


Re Elect



Leo Kennedy

COUNTY COMMISSIONER -- DISTRICT NO. 5
For A Continued Progressive Business-like County
Government
Experienced Qualified Proven


PANAMA CITY

BUSINESS DIRECTORY *


Gulf County


If Elected



I will apply the same under-

standing and determination of my per-

sonal and business life to the duties of

County Judge.

I will notify each driver who

holds a driver's license issued in Gulf

County when it is time to renew this li-

cense.

I will conduct the office with

dignity and courtesy.


I Solicit Your Vote and Support for This Important


Gulf County Office


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Old Fashioned

Dollar

Days


SWIFT'S PREMIUM
SHANK PORTION SMOKED

HAMS
Pound


BUTT PORTION
CENTER CUT ROAST
CENTER SLICES


Ib. 38c
lb. 58c
lb. 68c


USDA Good
STEAKS


Beef Round
lb. 77c


USDA Good Sirloin
STEAKS lb. 88c


USDA Good
STEAKS


Beef Chuck
lb. 55c


DEL MONTE GARDEN SHOW
SPECIALS!
SDel Monte Papple, G'fruit
DRINKS 3c o.
Del Monte Early Garden
No. 303


*Del Monte Grn. Limas or Cut
SGrn. BEANS 4 c'No. 13
SE SELECT TRUSTED DEL MONTE!

DEL MONTE
S Tomato

Catsup
14 OUND BOTTLES

6 Bottles
Del Monte Fruit
COCKTAIL 4 No." 03
Del Monte Golden Cream
CCORN 5No.3 03
Del Monte Halved, Sliced
PEACHES 3 c"l
Del Monte Chunl
TUNA 3 Vso ize
SELECT TRUSTED D E MONTE





4-PIECE PRESTIGE
CANNISTER
C A N N I!S T E I

SET S ea.

Piggly Wiggly's
SHOPPING BONUS
PLY M 0 UTH H
SMOOTH or CRUNCHY

Peanut


12 Ounce Jar
LIMIT: 1 JAR WITH $7.00 OR MORE PIGGLY WIGGLY ORDER


FIELD FRESH! GARDEN GREEN!


Blackey rPEAS

2 Pounds


Fresh Florida
FRESH 0 K RA


pound


29c


DELTA BRAND
WHITE LABEL


SYRUP


No.


5 Jug


Fresh Florida
GREEN ONIONS


Spring River Creamery-V4's
Butter lb. 59c
Camellia Evap. Tall Cans
MILK 3 cans 39c
Blue Plate Apple, 2 Lb. Jars
Jelly 3 jars 100
COFFEEMATE
3 oz. 6 oz. 11 oz.
29c 49c 79c


Minute Maid Frozen

LEMON AADE


Regular 6 oz. Can


YELLOW


YELLOW
ROSE

Cooking

OIL
88 OZ.
JUG


Even-Flo Plastic
NURSERS
8 Oz. Size
ea. 39c
Even-Flo Glass
NURSERS
8 Oz. Size
ea. 25c


FREE 350 EXTRA S&H STAMPS


5 O Gerger's
50Snap-On Pqnt
69c


Chiffon Liquid


S Calif. Sunkist
25LEMONS
AT REG. PRICE


2 Yellow Rose New Blue Halo Holaway House
25T E A 50-SHAMPOO Frozen PIZZAS
"'8 oz., 49c ^ giant, $1.00 "- 16 oz. 79c


5 O3 LB. PKG.
UGround Beef
5 White Tulip
FLOUR, 10 Lbs.
0$1.15
0Lanolin Plus
50HAIR SPRAY
5O $1.09


Telephone 227-5161


WE GIVE

S&H

Green Stamps


Pillsbury 20 Oz. Apple Crisp
or 21 Oz. Cherry
CRISP pkg. 49c
PRICES EFFECTIVE
THURSDAY,
FRIDAY and
SATURDAY
April 30, May 1 and 2
(Quantity Rights Reserved)


208 Monument Avenue


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


bunch 10c


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A&P Frozen Concentrated

ORANGE

JUICE
6 OUNCE CANS

2 cans 49c


Special! Libby's Canned

P 0 TTED

MEAT'

3V4 OUNCE CANS

10 cans 99 c


"SUPER-RIGHT" QUALITY SHORT SHANK


FULLY COOKED HAM S


12 to 16 Lb. Average
Whole or Half
lb. 47c
CENTER CUT HAM
STEAK or ROAST
lb. 79c
*V *W- WW -V


Shank
Portion
Lb.


33c


"Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef


STEAK


SALE!


Close Trimmed
CLUB


YOUR CHOICE!
0%


pta v PLAID Minute
STAMPS C U B ED
With coupon and purchase of Close Trimmed
7 Oz. Cans A&P Fancy AlbacoreI
White Tuna 3 for $1 SIRLOIN
Coupon good thru Sun., May 3 ne To

SST-BONE R b. 95c
e T TB Porterhouse
,W New Crop
With coupon and purchase of Cooking
A&P Yellow Freestone Halves ., Yellow
or Sliced-1 lIb., 13 oz. 'i Yello
Peaches can 39c | Onions
Coupon good thru Sun., May 3 Be T
,.263 Lb. BagU


Fancy Crook Neck Yellow

sTAMPs SQUASH 2Ibs. 15 c
With coupon and purchase of LARGE CRISP PASCAL
White, Black or Brown Griffin C
,^e Dl;c o. ca E L E R Y 2 stalks 29c


NEW

THOROBLEND


Special! Jane Parker P'apple or Dutch, lb., 8 oz. ..
Apple Pie each 39 C Jane Parker
SPECIAL! White House Instant Non-Fat W hite Enriched Bread
Dry MILK 8 qt. pkg. 59 C BETTER TEXTURE BETTER EATING
Apple-Grape, Apple-Raspberry or Apple-St'berry
Sultana Jelly 3 jars $1.00 NO HOLES!
Special! A&P Frozen Peas & Carrots or Golden Thin Sliced or Etra Thin Sliced-1V2 lb.
Cut CORN 2lb. pkg. 43c Sandwich Bread 25c


La Chop, 5 oz. Bottle
SOY SAUCE------ ............ 19c
La Choy, 3 oz.
NOODLES --.-----...... 17c
La Choy Shrimp, Lb. Can
CHOP SUEY------ ...........53c
La Choy, Lb. Can
BEAN SPROUTS -- 17c
La Choy Water, 5 oz. Can
CHESTNUTS -----......... 43c
La Choy Chop Suey, Lb. Can
VEGETABLES -.. 33c
La Choy Meatless, Lb. Can
CHOP SUEY 37c


Regular Sliced White-14 Oz. Loaf
Enriched Bread 2 for 31c


Deodorant, Bath Bars
DIAL SOAP ... 2 for 49c
Armour Star Vienna, 5 oz.
Sausage ---... 2 cans 49c
Dishwater, lb., 4 oz.
ALL 45c
Cold Water, Quart
ALL 79c
Blue Detergent, 2 lbs., 6 oz.
Silver Dust --------81c
Final Touch, Qt., 1 Fl. Oz.
Fabric Softener ...-.... 85c


Purina Wild, 5 lb. pkg.
BIRD FOOD ....---.--...... 55c
Fleishmann's Corn Oil, Lb.
MARGARINE --.......... 39c
9 Oz. Refill for, 40 Cups
DIXIE CUPS --...----...... 49c
Maxwell House, 2 lb. can
COFFEE -..--..... -------$1.69
Deodorant, Reg. Bars
DIAL SOAP .... 2 for 39c


cBcause s:fefy r aca',tions were nct taken, objects tossed by
rclaiy m,'.' rs ir 'cu: ;Js of people last year needlessly.
Some were '.i!>, l. PniJ.i yourself ar.d others by following these
rafel'. ste :


Historians Discuss

Sites for Markers
The Gulf County Historical Com-


mission met this date in regular
session with the following mem-
bers present: Mrs. Ned Porter,
Chairman, George Y. Core, Secre-
tary, Mrs. R. H. Brinson, Mr. Char-
les B. Smith, Mr. William J. Rish
and Mr. William H. Howell. Mr.
Max W. Kilbourn was an invited
guest of the Commision.
The meeting, came to order at
7:00 P. M.
The minutes of March 9, 1964
were read and approved.
The Chairman entered into a
discussion with reference to the
Ft. Crevecoeur Marker project.
She stated that she had so much
material that should be used on
the marker until it is impossible
to have it reduced to 70 words;
that she has reduced the number
of words to a very minumum and
there still remains enough words


to have 70 on each side of the
marker. She then read the word-
ing as now proposed.-After dis-
cussion, there was a motion by
Mr. Howell seconded by Mrs. Brin
son and duly carried, that the
Chairman contact Mr. Ralph Hager
for information as to a Marker
containing 164 words with one-
half the words on each side and
that the Chairman place the order
for the Ft. Crevecoeur Marker
with the 164 words providing the
cost does not exceed $225.00.
The Commission discussed the
expense of the Speaker for the de-
dication Program for the Ft. Cre-
vecoeur Marker. Mr. Rish stated
that the Commision has hereto-
fore voted to pay said speakers
expense including his hotel bill,
breakfast and traveling expense.


HERE'S HOW
-^^^ il FLORIDA'S
SENIOR SENATOR
SPESSARD L.
A~" HOLLAND
STANDS ON MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
Senator Holland strongly supports medical assist-
ance to Florida's older citizens. Two proposals have
been offered Medicare and the Kerr-Mills ap-
proach. Medicare offers only limited, hospitalization
and is financed by additional Social Security taxes
administered by the Government. It covers all old.
persons, rich and poor, but does not cover doctor
bills. On the other hand, Kerr-Mills covers both hos-
pital and doctor bills and protects only those who
have the need. It is finrincid and administered by
our states with large Federal support. Our entire
Florida delegation in Congress. voted for the Kerr-
Mills approc:ch. Our state legislature approved it
for a two year period as did 36 of our states and
territories. We are committed as a state and nation
to try the Kerr-Mills approach for two years. If
changes are necessary, we can make them to as-
sure adequate medical assistance to our older citi-
zens. (PJil PoHlitical .lrerlti~lement)


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1964


He said that if the speaker is con-
nected with the University System
or the State, he would have an ex-
pense account to charge his expen-
ses to; that because our funds are
so limited, we should refrain from
offering to pay the expenses of
speakers.
The Chairman called for a re-
port on the old Ship Yard site.
Mrs. Brinson reported that she has
nothing definite to report at this
time as the exact site has not been
identified. She said that Max W.
Kilbourn has promised to help lo-
cate this site. After discussion, Mr.
Kilbourn stated that it appeared
that the old ship yard occupied
the Bay front running from a
point in front of the Hotel to a


point near the Fred Maddox home
and if this is found to be true, then
the marker should be placed some-
where in front of the Hotel which
would be the nearest point from
the Highway to the ship yard site.
Mr. Smith reported that he has
written to the Honorable Bob Sikes
for information on the history of
Dead Lakes and that Mr. Sikes is
now seeking out information that
we may be able to use.
There being no further business,
the meeting did then close.
----9'-----
Vote Tuesday, May 26 to re-
locate the Gulf County Seat.


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MEMEMEMEM


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1964









AM AL CANDIDATE TO B Po Lunc Joomr enu
MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF LUNCH KOOM MeiU
PUBLICAINSTRUCTION, DISTRICT .ac ne Ins le
NO. 4 Port St. Joe Elementary School


I am 36 years
old, married and
have one child, 11
,-years old. I have
been living in
Gulf County for
the past 12 years.
I worked as a bar-
her for Mr. Smith
i- n Wewahitchka
'for about six
months then mov
ed to Port St. Joe
and worked in
Mr. Cooper's Bar- a
ber Shop for ( a
about eight years and six months.
I am now working for The Glidden
Company.
I am a member of the Deacon
Board, Sunday School teacher and
active in all church work. I am a
graduate of Grand Ridge High
School of Jackson County, served
three years, nine months in the U.
S. Army.
If I am elected, I will be an ac-
tive member of the School Board
and represent all the people in
Gulf County. I will work hard for
the advancement and progress of
our schools, in the county, both
.-colored and white. I will listen to
anyone's problems and try to help
solve them by bringing it before
the School Board and on to higher
authority if needed.
I want to serve the people in
Gulf County and will prove it if
'I'm elected to this important posi-
tion. I will be honest and impar-
tial in serving the people, God
being my helper.
Your vote and support will be ap-
preciated.
EID'RIDGE MONEY


Monday, May 4
Mashed potatoes, boiled franks,
snap beans, cabbage slaw, lemon
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milk.
Tuesday, May 5
Navy beans, ham seasoning, but-
tcred spinach, pick-up salad, hot
biscuit and butter, syrup and milk.
Wednesday, May 6
Cheeseburgers, potato sticks,
lettuce and tomato salad, chocolate
pudding, butter and milk.
Thursday, May 7
Stew beef with brown gravy, rice,
mustard greens, carrot sticks, corn
bread, sliced peaches, butter and
milk.
Friday, May 8
Fish sticks, buttered potatoes,
white acre peas, spiced beets, corn
bread and butter, ice cream and
milk.
NOTICE OF CHANGE OF
MEETING
The Board of County -Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida
have ordered its regular meetings
for the month of May changed
from the Second and Fourth Tues-
days to the following dates:
First regular meeting, May 4,
1964 at 9:00 A.M.
Second regular meeting, May 25,
1964 at 9:00 A.M.
This change is for the month of
May 1964 only.
Board of County Commisisoners
Gulf County, Florida
By: James G. McDaniel, Chmn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core, Clerk 2t-4-30
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ELECT



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
Appreciated"


Pictured above are John Mc-
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ograph Company and B. A. Col-
lier of The Star staff going over
operating procedures of a new
Ludlow Typograph machine re-
cently installed by The Star.
The machine was put into op-


MINUTE

BOARD of COUN

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
April 20, 1964
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
met this date, pursuant to recess
taken April 14, 1964.
The following members were
pre~s-nt: James G. McDaniel, Chair-
man, 'Walter Graham, Leo Kennedy,
S. C. Player and A. J. Strickland.
The Clerk, Attorney and Sheriff
were also present,
The meeting came to order at
6:30 p.m. The Clerk opened the
meetifig with prayer,
The Chairman announced that
this meeting is a continuation of
the regular meeting of April 14,
1964, which was recessed until this
date and hour for the purpose of
deciding whether or not to call a



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eration two weeks ago Monday.
Perhaps you have noticed the
new, clean look of the larger type
in The Star for the past two
weeks. This is because the new
machine casts new type for each
issue, to replace the old practice
of using type over and over.


S of the

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special election on the question of
changing the County Seat for May
2(, 1964.
J. M. Whitfield, speaking for the
Little Taxpayers apepared before
the Board and said that his group
requested that the Court House
Election be called on the same
date as the second primary election
to be held on May 26, 1964.
After consideration, there was a
motion by Commisioner Player,
seconded by Commissioner Strick-
land and upon vote was unanimous-
ly carried, that a special election
be called for the purpose of de-
termining whether or not the lo-
cation of the Gulf County Seat will
be changed.
The Chairman requested the At-
torney to advise the Board exactly
what steps should be taken to set
the election on the question of
changing the County Seat.
The Attorney advised that the
Board should now adopt a resolu-
tion ordering the special election;
to advertise a Notice of Election
in each newspaper published in
Gulf County in four consecutive
weeks, beginning at least thirty
(30) days prior to holding the elec-
tion and to advertise the proposed
ballot.
Whereupon, Commisioner Gra-
ham offered the following resolu-
tion and moved for its adoption,
seconded by Commissioner Player
and upon vote was unanimously
adopted, to-wit:
RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, a petition pursuant


to Chapter 138, Florida Statutes
1963, has been filed with the Board
of County Commission of Gulf
County, Florida ,signed by more
than one-third of the qualified elec-
tors who are taxpayers on real or
personal property in Gulf County,
Florida, praying for a change of
the location of the County Seat of
Gulf County, Florida; and
WHEREAS, the Board of County
Commission, at their regular meet-
ing on the 14th day of April, 1964,
recessed said meeting until 6:30
p.m. o'clock on Monday, April 20,
1964, for the purpose of determin-
ing the time that said election
would be held;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED by the Board of County
Commission of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, that an election be called pur-
suant to Chapter 138, Florida Sta-
tutes 1963, and that said election be
held on the 26th day of May, 1964.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that notice of this election be ad-
vertised pursuant to law in each
of the newspapers in Gulf County,'
Florida, for four consecutive
weeks, beginning at least thirty
(30) days prior to the holding of
said election, and that the first
publication be made on the 23rd
day of April, 1964.
ADOPTED this 20th day of Ap-
ril, 1964, at a regular meeting of
the oBard of County Commission.
The Board instructed the Clerk
to advertise the following Notice
of Election in the Gulf County
Breeze and The Star in the issues
of April 23, 30, May 7 and 14, 1964,
to-wit:
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 shal lbe eligible to
vote thereon.
The oBard instructed the Clerk
to advertise the proposed ballot as
prepared by the Attorney and call
for any objections to be filed with
the Clerk of Circuit Court on or
before the 11th day of May. 1964.
After discussion ,the Board voted
to change its regular meetings for
the mont hof May from the second
and fourth Tuesdays, to as follows:
1st regular meeting, May 4, 1964
at 9:00 a.m.
2nd regular meeting, May 25,
1964 at 9:00 a.m.
Commissioner Graham discussed
the need for holding a school of
instruction for all Election Inspec-
tion Boards before the first pri-
mary election. After discussion,
the Board directed the Attorney to
hold a class of instructions for all
Election Inspection Boarids, the
first to be held at the Court'House
on April 30, 1964 at 10 a.m., and
the second to be held at the City
Hall in Port St. Joe, on May 1, 1964
at 10 a.m.
The Chairman announced that
because of the series of past events
concerning this Board, that he re-
commends that another legal advi-
sor be employed by the Board.
Commissioner Strickland asked
on what grounds was this recom-
mendation made. The Chairman
said that it appears that the people
of the County want us to employ
another legal advisor.


Test the best and bank the sail in


The Chdfliii declared his rec-
ommendation dead because of the
lack of a motion.
The meeting did then adjourn.
JAMES G. McDANIEL, Chmn.
GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1964
Vote Tuesday, May 26 to re-
locate the Gulf County Seat.

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida B t T
THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1964 Blossoms In Bath Tub

I am a Candidate for the
office of By Mrs. Elsie Griffiny of a, Japanese, and quite of-
lary of art, Japanese, and quite of-
4 COUNTY JUDGE Little women create magnificent ten profanity. They render asunder
mui oftNIY to imp s l ten profanity. They render asunder
of GULF COUNTY pies often to press little their capri pants in a struggle over
^ACT~ ........ gf +mh ..... boys who simply cannot stomach fenc l n through hushes,
if^ .^. / .>hw fences a cilamber through bushes-


r LL ctUii ig tJ go my iUomeiC ILl
Gulf County in 1955, I determined
.tjat I would some day serve the
people as County Judge.
My father, who was County
Judge, permitted me to work in
and observe the workings of the
Judge's office during 1955 and
1956. During this period, I was em-
ployed as license clerk. This ex-
perience wil: permit me to effi-
ciently perform, the duties of this
highly important' office immediate-
ly on assuming office.
I have sold m insurance busi-
ness so that m3 full time and
energy will be devoted to being
your County Judge.
I will appreciate .uour vote and
support.

Earl Tom Pridgeon


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


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




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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
be appreciated
(Paid Pol. Adv.)


them.
Little women create imagined
adulthood with lopsided lipsticks
and droopy, oversized flowered
hats, trailing mother's skirts while
tottering dangerously in high heels.
* Little boys shrug contemptuous
shoulders, spin the chambers of
cap pistols.
Emerging woman creates glam-
our with veiled chiffon and nylon,
with flutter of beaded lashes and
seductive curls.
Emerging manhood spins .
dizzily.
Mature women, now garden club-
bers, continue the creative process.
They concentrate, worry, organ-
ize, give up, telephone and be-
gin again. They cut, prick, punch
and otherwise lacerate fingers and
their pride. They acquire a vocau-


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 1
with the best interest of the 1
people in mind.
As your public servant, I have t
tried to serve you loyally, con.
scientiously, fairly, straightfor-
wardly. If re-elected, I will serve s
to the best of my ability. 2
Again, I will appreciate your
support and valuable influence, 9
and I will be honored and pleas e
ed to have you cast your vote IT
for me Tuesday, May 5, 1964. ic
Thank you. ,f
A. J. STRICKLAND T'
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) b
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Vote For and Elect c
T. D. (Doc p

WHITFIELD i
County Commissioner o
District I s
"A Candidate for the PEOPLE f]
of Gulf County" b
Your Vote and Support will d
be Appreciated w


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


"He is well qualified for
his new position, and his
many friends will wish him
well as he rises the gov-
ernmental ladder."
PANAMA CITY HERALD


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 i
DISTRICT NO. 3

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


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Your Vote and Support will be
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an excursion up a tree.
The poor husband may be wear-
ing a three-day beard, for he's
had a tough time finding a spot to
shave lately. He'll assure you that
nothing's sacred at his house
around show time-not even the
lavatory or bathtub, where arm-
loads of fresh greens and flowers
may soak for hours.
Little boys who spun chambers
of cap pistols, are now husbands
who spin on their heels. His vision
of pot roast and brown potatoes
is instantly blurred by the jungle
that meets his eye, dead limbs,
saws, wire cutters and a roll of
wire. For this feminine cult of
clay, needle-holders and contain-
ers is the ultimate mystery to mere
man. He stands in awe at the in-
tensity of purpose exhibited by the


woman he married as she moves p
sprig of green an inch to right or
left, while the roast exudes stream
ers of smoke from the kitchen oven
These harried husbands hammer
at and paint on niches, paint clay
pots, solemnly search out and car-
ry granite rocks. They climb trees,
too. And they lose another roast.
And if, as is often the case, they
fiddle in hunger while she burns
over an obstinate arrangement long
past the dinner hour, they invoke
the calming admonition of Moham-
med himself, who cautioned, "The
oaf feeds the body, indeed; but
;he flower fills the soul."
At this point, he is fully prepar-
ed to whip up his own dinner. The
skillet's also "occupied", All asiz-
kle with marbles which the wife is
'frying" to m ak e crystalized
grapes for another (let's not lose
our temper, dear) arrangement.
The wife reflects, almost 4polpgeti-
;ally that it will be 14 minutes be-
ore he can scramble his own eggs.
that's how long it takes for mar-
bles to get hot enough to pour over
he ice cubes he was going to use
or tea. The wife explains how the
ubes will make the hot marbles
parkle like diamonds. At this
point, he might be discouraged
enough to retire sans dinner, but
he knows without looking the state
f the bed. At last, he's ready to
scramble the eggs which he finds
buried under a nosegay of fresh
lowers in the refrigerator. These
looms are staying cool until the
ay of the show, when the wife
ill rearrange them.
For a husband, the highest note
f esxhiliration is when they sit
ver coffee in the kitchen, admir-
ng the bright ribbons.
"Mudpie" makes, lifts it rever-


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Gets Fence Bid Don't bet your life against these
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phy of the Florida Highway Patrol,
Bearden was traveling at a nap-
proximate speed of 65 miles per
hour at 2:00 a.m., when his vehicle
turned over one and a half times
andthrew Bearden out. After being
thrown out of the truck, he receiv-
ed serious chest injuries when his
vehicle rolled over him.
Bearden was taken to the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital by Com-
forter Funeral Home ambulance.
Later in the day he was transfer-
red to the Tallahassee Memorial
Hoitn l +t M dItn1,- ,_


Dr. Parrish Brown, of the Flor- will make dental repairs for the vationst luc turile opser-
ida State Board of Health is needy children. ____
shown above examining the Next fall, a similar clinic will i
teeth o a Washington High examine teeth at all white Night Driving Calls
School student in a program of sc s in e couny. For 'Something Extra'
dental hygiene now underway in NOTICE OF ELECTION
Gulf County. INSPECTION BOARDS Night driving calls for that
; The Dental Clinic is sponsored Notice is hereby given to all "something extra" both in car
and financed by the Port St. Joe members of the several election handling skills and in observance
Rotary Club, in cooperation with Inspection Boards as appointed by safety precautions.
Rotary Club, in cooperation with te Board of County Commissioners o safety precautions.
the State Board of Health and of Gulf County to conduct the elec- The warning comes from the As-
the Gulf County Health Depart- tions to be held in May 1964, that sociation of Casualty and Surety
ment. a School of Instructions will be held Companies which says that the
The Clinic will examine teeth toi your benefit as follows:
The Clinic will examine teeth April 30, 1964 at 10:00 A.M., at death rate in fatal accidents per
of all Colored school children be- Court House in Wewahitchka. million miles driven is about three
fore the end of this term. They May 1, 1964, at 10:00 A.M. at
sCity Hall, Port St. Joe.
Those attending will receive the Charles B. Smith
ently, gently caressing it with her same pay as for holding elections.
creative fingertips, and says to Board of County Commissioners for
cap pistol spinner: Gulf County, Florida County Commissioner
"For the next flower show, I' By: James G. McDaniel, Chmn. DISTRICT NUMBER 5
ATTEST: Friends of Gulf County, I am a
going to George Y. Core, Clerk candidatee for the office of County
commissioner District Number 5.
am 34 years of age, a native Gulf
S*--- RE-ELECT Countian, gradu.
-,%- ate of Port St.
I. 'f fJoe High School,
'' ILAX~1ER nd have been
i employed for the


* .


COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District No. 3

PROGRESS with ECONOMY

Your Vote and Support Will Be
Appreciated
I'EMnf, ,iATIC PRIMARY ELECTION


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 nmy 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 Moroc-
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 Li 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 Legislature 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


Sas -
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.)


past seven years
in the laboratory
d e p artment of
the Glidden Co.
My one interest
t:in seeking this
V1 office of respon-
sibility is the fu-
', rture welfare and
I--, prosperity of Gulf
.- ... M 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
bn utilized as a member of the
Board of County Commissioners, I
urge 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.
.A 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 ind not for private gain
and I will maintain close con-
tact with the people of our
District so that I will be in-
formed of their views on leg-
islative matters.
I respectfully solicit your
vote and support
CECIL G. COSTIN, Jr.
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)


t serious injury.

e LUTHER TUCKER
ANNOUNCEMENT
Tt, 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 th
5th District Senator and to serve
the first full term of the newly
apportioned District which now in-
cludes Gulf, Franklin, Liberty and
Wakulla counties.
I will run on my record in the
Legislature.
I point to a few of the accom.
plishments that took place during
the 1963 sesison that affected Gulf
County. The local legislative dele-
gation with the help of many citi-
zens of Gulf County were able to
acquire the land necessary for a
state park on St. Joseph's Peninsu
la. We were fortunate in getting
a' 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
ye0 unfinished.
I ask that you inspect my record
as Senator, look at the legislation
that I supported and that legisla-
tion that I opposed and determine
for yourself my position as your
Senator.
I served the following commit-
tees: Chairman Salt Water Conser-
vation; Vice Chairman Public
Roads and Highways; County Or-
ganization; Finance and Taxation;
Governmental Reorganization; Live-
stock; Motor Vehicles; Pensions
ana Retirement; Public Health "B';
Welfare. During the 1961 sesison
I served on the following commit-
tees: Chairman Game and Fisher-
ies; Forestry and Parks; Industrial
and Atomic Energy; Legislative
Management and Population; MIs-
cellaneous Legislation; Motor Ve-
hicles; Public Health; Welfare. At
tl-i time I am serving on the fol-
lowing Legislative Council Interim
Committees: Roads and Highways,
Vice Chairman; Commercial Codes;
Fisheries and Natural Resources.
I humbly solicit your vote and
support for a man of action, nol
promises.
11t (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 Individ-
ual interest of all of the peo-
ple of the Fifth District.


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


Elect -

JACK E. HAMMOCK

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


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


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Project No. APW-FLA-150 GL,
Contract No. 1, Highland View
Water & Sewer District.
Highland View, Florida.
Separate sealed bids for the con-
struction of a 200 GPM well com-
plete with pump for the Highland
View Water & Sewer District,
Highland View, Florida, will be re-
ceived by the Board of Commis-
sioners of the Highland View Wa-
ter & Sewer District at the office
of Florida Engineering Associates,
Inc., 400 East 3rd St., Port St. Joe,
Florida, until 3:00 o'clock P.M., E.
S.T., 15th day of May, 1964, and
then at School Auditorium, High-
land View, Florida, publicly open-
ed and read aloud.
The Information for Bidders,
Form of Bid, Form of Contract,
Plans, Specifications, and Forms of
Bid Bond, Performance and Pay-
ment Bond, and other contract doc-
uments may be examined at the
following; offices of Florida Engin-
eering Associates, Inc., at 400 East
3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Florida.
Copies may be obtained at the
office of Florida Engineering As-
sociates, Inc., located at 400 East
3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Florida up-
on payment of $15.00 for each set.
Any unsuccessful bidder, upon re-
turning such set promptly and in
good condition, will be refunded
his payment, and any non-bidder
upon so returning such a set will
be refunded $10.00.
The owner reserves the right to
waive any informalities or to re-
ject any or all bids.
Each bidder must deposit with
.his bid, security in the amount,
form and subject to the conditions
provided in the Information for
Bidders.
Attention of bidders is particu-
larly called to the requirements as
to conditions of employment to be
observed and minimum wage rates
to be paid under the contract.
No bidder may withdraw his bid
within 60 days after the actual date
of the opening thereof.
Highland View Water &
Sewer District
Highland View, Florida
P. T. McCormick, Chmn.,
Board of Commissioners
Plans available in Dodge Rooms,
Jacksonville, Mobile and Montgom-
ery.
Fla. Engineering Associates, Inc.
Consulting Engineers
P. 0. Box 947 4t-4-16
Port St. Joe, Florida
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Project No. APW-FLA-150 GL,
Contract No. 2, Highland View
Water & Sewer District.
Highland View, Florida.
Separate sealed bids for the con-
struction of. 100,000 gallonelevated
water storage tank complete with
foundations for the Highland View
Water & Sewer District, Highland
View, Florida will be received by
The Board of Commissioners of the
Highland View Water & Sewer Dis-
trict at the office of Florida Efigin-
eering Associates, Inc., 400 East
3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Florida,
until 3:00 o'clock P.M., E.S.T., 15th
day of May, 1964, and then at

Candidate For
School Board Member
I am seeking re-election as a
member of the Board of Public In-
struction, District No. 4. I have
been a resident of Gulf County for
the past 28 years.
I am married and have four sons.
I have been an employee of the
St. Joe Paper Company since 1938.
Having had children in school dur-
ing most of this time I have been
interested in our schools. As in
the past I will help you with any
problem you may have.
I would like to thank you for
making it possible for me to serve
as a member of the Gulf County
School Board for the past two
terms. I feel 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
(Paid Political Adv.)


THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1964


School Auditorium, Highland View,
Florida, publicly opened and read
aloud.
The Information for Bidders,
Form of Bid, Form of Contract,
Plans, Specifications, and Forms of
Bid Bond, Performance and Pay-
ment Bond, and other contract doc-
uments may be examined at the
following: offices of Florida En-
gineering Associates, Inc., at 400
East 3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida.
Copies may be obtained at the of-
fice of Florida Engineering locat-
ed at 400 East 3rd Street, Port St.
Joe, Florida, upon payment of
$15.00 for each set. Any unsuccless-
ful bidder, upon returning such set
promptly and in good condition,
will be refunded his payment, and
any non-bidder upon so returning
such a set will be refunded $10.100.
The owner reserves the right to
waive any informalities or to re-
ject any or all bids.
Each bidder must deposit with
his bid, security in the amount,
form and subject to the conditions
provided in the Information for
Bidders.
Attention of bidders is particu-
larly called to the requirements as
to conditions of employment to be
observed and minimuan wage rates
to be paid under the contract.
No bidder may withdraw his bid
within 60 days after the actual
date (f the opening thereof.
Highland View Water
& Sewer District
Highland View, Florida
P. T. McCormick, Chmn.,
Board of Commissioners
Plans available in Dodge Rooms,
Jacksonville, Mobile and Montgom-
ery.
Fla. Engineering Associates, Inc.
Consulting Engineers
P. 0. Box 947 4t-416
Port St. Joe, Florida

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Project No. APW-FLA-150 GL,
Contract No. 3, Highland View
Water & Sewer District
Highland View, Florida
Separate sealed bids for the con-
struction of water distribution
mains, office building, and water
treatment facilities for the High-
land View Water & Sewer District,
Highland View, Florida will be re-
ceived by the Board of Commission-
ers of the Highland View Water &
Sewer District at the office of Flor-
ida Engineering Associates, 400-
East 3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida until 3:00 o'clock P.M., E.S.T.,
15th day of May, 1964, and then at
School Auditorium, Highland View,
Florida publicly opened and read
aloud.
The Information for Bidders,
Form of Bid, Form of Contract,
Plans, Specifications, and Forms of
Bid Bond, Performance and Pay-
ment Bond, and other contract doc-
uments may be examined at the
following: offices of Florida Engin-
eering Associates, Inc., at 400 East
3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Florida.
Copies may be obtained at the
office of Florida Engineering As-
sociates, Inc., located at 400 East
3rd Street, Port St. Joe Florida up-
on payment' of $15.00 for each set.
Any unsuccessful bidder, upon re-
turning such set promptly and in
good condition, will be refunded
his payment, and any non-bidder
upon so returning such a set will
be refunded $10.00.
The owner reserves the right to
waive any informalities or to re-
ject any or all bids.
Each bidder must deposit with
his bid, security in the amount,
form and subject to the conditions
provided in the Information for
Bidders.
Attention of bidders is particu-
larly called to the requirements as
to conditions of employment to be
observed and minimum wage rates
to be paid under the contract.
No bidder may withdraw his bid
within 60 days after the actual
date of tha opening thereof.
Highland View, Water
& Sewer District
Highland View, Florida
P. T. McCormick, Chmn.
Board of Commissioners
Plans available in Dodge Rooms,
Jacksonville, Mobile and Montgom-
ery.
Fla. Engineering Associates, Inc.
Consulting Engineers
P. 0. Box 947 4t-4-16
Port St. Joe, Florida


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Legal Notices


-~ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY.
JAMES IRA GROVER and wife,
ANNIE L. GROVER,
Plaintiffs,
-Vs-
H. M. SHULTZ and WILLIAM J.
FRANKLIN, IF ALIVE, AND
THEIR UNKNOWN SPOUSES,
AND IF DEAD, THEIR UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, LEGATEES
AND GRANTEES,
Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: H. M. SHULTZ and WIL-
LIAM J. FRANKLIN, if alive, and
their unknown spouses whose ad-
dress-is unknown, and if dead, their
unknown heirs, devisees, legatees
and grantees, or other claimants
by, through, under or against the
above named defendants and each
of them, having or claiming any
right, title or interest in or to the
following described lands situate,
lying and being in Gulf County,
Florida:
That certain parcel of land in
the County of Gulf, State of
Florida, described as follows:
One acre of land in Section 36,
T 3 S, R 10 W, described as be-
ginning 51 feet East of SW cor-
ner of SW'4 of NW1; thence
run Northwesterly along State
Road No. 71, for a distance of 70
yards; thence run due East 70
yards; thence run Southeasterly
parallel with State Road 71, for
a distance of 70 yards; to the
South line of said Forty, thence
run due West along said Forty
line to the point of beginning.
You and each of you are hereby
notified that a Complaint has been
filed against each of you in the
above named Court. The nature of
the suit is one in equity to deter-
mine the title of the Plaintiffs, to
obtain a decree establishing, quiet-
ng and confirming their fee sim-
ple absolute title to the above de-
scribed property, removing there-
rom the clouds alleged in said
complaint cancelling and setting
side any right, title, interest or
lien which you or any of you have,
claim, pretend, or assert in, to, on
or against said property and en-
joining you and each of you from


Democratic Official Primary Ballot


Gulf County


May 5, 1964


Precinct No.


To VOTE for a person whose name is printed on the ballot, mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the ner-


son for whom you desire to vote.

CONGRESSIONAL
For United States 'Senator
(VOTE FOR ONE)


SPESSARD L. HOLLA


II


BRAILEY ODHAM

STATE
For Govenor
(VOTE FOR ONE)

HAYDON BURNS

FRED (BUD) DICKINSON

ROBERT KING HIGH

FREDERICK B. KARL

SCOTT KELLY

JOHN E. (Jack) MATHEWS

For Attorney General
(VOTE FOR ONE)

EARL FAIRCLOTH

JAMES W. KYNES

For Railroad and Public Utilities
Commissioner
(VOTE FOR ONE)

PHILLIP S. BREWER

EDWIN L. "Ed" MASON

LEG ISLATIVE
For State Senator 5th Senatorial
District
(VOTE FOR ONE)

CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.

CHARLES W. McKISSACK

GEORGE G. TAPPER

LUTHER C. TUCKER


For Member State House of
Representatives, Gulf County
(VOTE FOR ONE)

J. C. ARBOGAST

J. B. STAFFORD

BEN C. WILLIAMS

COUNTY
For County Judge
(VOTE FOR ONE)

SAM P. HUSBAND

FRANK PATE, JR.

EARL TOM PRIDGEON

For Sheriff
(VOTE FOR ONE)

T. W. "Terry" HINOTE

PERVIS A. HOWELL


BYRD E. PARKER

Superintendent of Public Instruction
(VOTE FOR ONE)

"Coach" MARION CRAIG

HUBERT E. RICHARDS

For County Commissioner
District Number One
(VOTE FOR ONE)

LAWRENCE BATEMAN

EMORY M. CUMBIE

A. J. STRICKLAND

T. D. "Doc" WHITFIELD


For County Commissioner
District Number Three
(VOTE FOR ONE)

PARKER G. HART

JAMES C. HORTON

S. C. PLAYER

For County Commissioner
District Number Five
(VOTE FOR ONE)

JESSE ANDERSON

JACK E. HAMMOCK

LEO KENNEDY

ERNEST L. LIGHTFOOT

WILLIAM B. McCROAN

CHARLES B. SMITH

Member, Board of Public Instruction
District Number Two
(VOTE FOR ONE)

E. L. ANTLEY

B. J. "Bill" RICH, SR.

WALTER C. ROBINSON

EDWARD "Smitty" SMITH


Member, Board of Public Instruction
District Number Four
(VOTE FOR ONE)

C. E. BOYER

A. E. "Edd" JOHNSON

ELDRIDGE MONEY


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tending, claiming or asserting s payers liable for more than $100 E, which contains a full discussion
ien upon said property. Today Dead oine of excise or employment taxes in of employment taxes and methods
You and each of you are hereby ..... any one month are required to de- of computing such taxes, may be
notified and required to serve upon r Tax Returns osit these funds in either local obtained without cost at any local
;ilas R. Stone, Plaintiff's attorney, posi ese funds in either local
whose address is Post Office Draw- aLaurie W. To. authorized banks or a Federal Re- Internal Revenue office.
r '0", Port St. Joe, Florida, copy au Tomnsn, District serve Bank and to obtain a deposit --- --
of your answer or written defenses, Director of Internal Revenue, this tary receipt. The returns due on
if any, to the Complaint filed ine returns due on
said suit, on or before the 8th day week reminded Florida taxpayers or before April 30 should be ac-
of May, 1964, and to file the ori- that April 30 is the deadline for companies by the depositary re-
ginal thereof with said Court. Here- filing quarterly Federal excise tax ceipts and payment in full for any Midget investments With
in fail not or the decree of this retrns nd qartely ....n balance due.
Court will be entered against you returns and quarterly returns of balance due.
by default. income tax and social security tax- Mr. Tomlinson added that an Giant Retum
This Notice shall be published es withheld for the quarter ended "Employer's Tax Guide," Circula
once each week for four (4) consec- March 31, 1964.
utive weeks in "The Star" a news- Mr Tomlinson said that the In-
paper published in Gulf County, Mr Tomlin R n s that the In-
Florida. eternal Revenue Service will fur- N A LU R
WITNESS my hand and the offi- nish pre-addressed returns to all NEED A PLUM BER?
cial seal of said Court at Wewa- taxpayers required to file, and re- CALL BEAMAN
hitchka, Gulf Couinty, Florida, this ted that the pre-addressed re- CA IA AN
7th day of'April, A.D. 1964.' quested that the pre-addressed re Plumbing installaton -- Repoair
GEORGE Y. CORE, turns be used so as to insure ac-
Clerk Circuit Court curate posting to the Service's Au- Contract Work A Specalty
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t tomatic Data Processing records.
3ASi R STONE 4-9 omatic Data Processingr cords.
Attorney for Plaintiff Mr. Tomlinson also said that tax- Agment for
----. nBrand Name Plumbing Fixtures '
NOTICE OF ELECTION Laws of Florida shall be eligible to A n ixte
NOTICE OF ELECTION vote thereon. -CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE-
Notice is hereby given that an Dated this 20th day of April,
election has been called in Gulf 1964. TWO EXPEPCENCED PLUMBERS TO SERVE OU
County, Florida, for the purpose of BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION TWO EXPERIENCE PLUMBERS TO SERVE YOU
determining whether or not the GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
location of the county seat of Gulf By JAMES G .McDANIEL, BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE
County, Florida shall be changed. Chairman M N LUMBING E VIC
Said election will be held on the ATTEST:
26th day of May, 1964, by separate GEORGE Y. CORE, 1107 GAHRISON AVI PHONE AIll 741641
ballot, and all persons qualified to Clerk
vote under the General Election (SEAL) 4t-4-23

I II Vote For


NOTICE OF OFFICIAL BALLOT

This notice given pursuant to Section 101.20, Florida Statutes, 1963.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Gulf County, Florida
By: JAMES G. McDANIEL, Chairman
ATTEST:
GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH


Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.


SUNDAY SCHOOL
MORNING WORSHIP
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ..............
EVENING WORSHIP
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday)


"Come and Worship God With Us"


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.)


. .-....


C. Byron Smith, Pastor


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Florida Foresters
In Convention
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The Florida Chapter, southeast-
ern section, of the Society of Ame-
rican Foresters will hold its spring
convention at Daytona Beach, May
7-8.
Forest Land Taxation is the
theme of the 2-day meeting. A
technical program has been sched-
uled, moderated by Frank A. Al-
bert of Jacksonville, forest counsel
for the Florida Forestry Associa-
tion.
Portions of the program will in-
clude presentations on "Forest
Land Taxation" by Gordon D. Lew-
is, U. S. Forest Service, Asheville,
N.C.; "Comproller Views Assess-
ment" by J. N. Aycocke, Director
of Assessment Standards Division,
Jacksonville; "A County Assessor's
Viewpoint" by Dogan Cobb, Levy
County tax assessor; "The County
Commissioner and Taxation" by
Jack Clegg, Flagler County com-
Taxpayer" by David C. Adkins,
executive Director of the Duval
County Taxpayers Association.
A Chapter business session is
slated for the morning of May 8.
SAF Chapter membership totals


Dr. Sullenberger, a surgean
from Tallahassee ,spoke to the
student body of Port St. Joe
High School about cancer and
medical research recently.
Dr. Sullenberger was invited
to speak to the student body since
during the past six weeks, can-
cer has been emphasized in the


science program.
The program was arranged by
the health coordinator, James H.
Gunter.
Pictured above, left to right,
are: R. G. Vervaeke, Cancer
Drive Chairman; Dr. Sullenber-
ger, Ken Dykes, Student Body
President; James Gunter, facul-
ty advisor and Albert Gentry.


insurance Industry and to the po- ies offering cut-rate insurance pol-


licy buyer as well.
Larson issued a stinging critici-


419 foresters throughout the state. sm of insurance firms he said "pay
Headquarters for the conven- no license fees, are not admitted
tion will be the Castaway Beach no license fees, re not admitted
Motel, Daytona Beach. to do business in Florida, and are
___ not responsible to anyone to pay
off claims when they are submit-
M illted".
Mall Insurance He pointed to the increasing
M number of newspaper advertise-
Is Growing Menace ments by the out-of-state compan-


Says Corn. Larson
TALLAHASSEE State Treas-
urer and Insurance Commissioner
J. Edwin Larson declared today the
"growing menace" of mail order


icies on life, accident and health,
and another fields.
The veteran Commissioner said
"this trend has grown dangerously
in recent months, and I feel im-
pelled to warn Floridians once
again that these companies do not
have the approval of the State In-
surance Department."
"These companies pay no taxes
in Florida, they solicit by mail, and


they pay off by mail-when they to assist you slauld misunderstand-
pay off at all," he said. ings arise."
Pointing to the more than 870 Larson observe that unlicensed
companies licensed to do business (in Florida) companies "operate
in this state, with the accompany- through advertising, more or less
ing standards and inspection direc- on the fringe of our huge insur-
ted by the Insurance Department, ance industry, and all too often
the Commissioner said "you will give the entire industry a bad
be dealing with local agents-men name".
you know- when you purchase
the insurance you need from ad- Carolina Visitors
mitted companies. You will have Mr. and Mrs. G. W. DeHart of
recourse to the Insurance Depart-
ment in event of difficulty in col- Hickory, North Carolina were the
lecting claims, and you will have guests Wednesday of Rev. and
a regulatory agency to call upon Mrs. J. C. Odum.


VOTE FOR

EARl *

FAIRCLOTH
ATTORNEY GENERAL


A PRACTICING LAWYER...
NOT A PRACTICING POLITICIAN
* BORN IN LEVY COUNTY.
* Univ. of Florida Law School Graduate.
* Practicing Lawyer for 14 Years.


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JITNEY JUNGLE TWIN PACK POTATO
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SUGAR 5 b.bag 39c
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