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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: June 4, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

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


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TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1964 NUMBER 38




73 Seniors Graduate Tuesday k.. .....
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'Trafic Safety' Theme Band Calendars


Of Rotary Program
An especially impressive movie
on traffic safety was shown to the
Rotary Club last Thursday.
The film dealt with the cause
and results of traffic accidents in
the State of Florida.
In citing causes of accidents the
film narrative put forth the statis-
tics that examination of those kill-
ed in auto accidents showed that
seven out of ten auto fatalities have
been drinking. Six of 10 pedes-
trians killed by autos also have
been drinking according to the re-
port.
The most common cause of auto
accidents in the State of Florida is
following too close behind the car
in front,
And the death rate doesn't tell
the whole story. Auto accidents, by
their nature, compare with war ac-
cidents and permanently cripple or
maim many more each year than
are killed.
Guests of the club were Buck
Chauncey and Al Shuler of Apala-
chicola and Dennis Dawson and
Danny Odum of Port St. Joe High
School.

Hammock Asks for
Removal of Stay Order
Jack Hammock appeared before
Circuit Judge Thomas Bailey in
Pananma City yesterday afternoon
asking that a stay order be rem6v-
ed from the Gulf County Canyass-
ing Board.
Hammock is seeking a re-count
of the vote in his race for the
County Commtision against incum-
bent Leo Kennedy in which last
Tuesday's election gave Kennmdy a
. victory by 1:!-\'ote -
The canvassing board had start-
ed a re-count at Hamniock's request
last Thursday when a stay order
stopped the count after 104 bal-
lots had been checked.
Hammock feels that human er-
ror will give him a majority of the
votes cast, in his quest for a re-
count.

Study Group To Meet
The County Educational Study
Committee will meet Thursday,
June 4 at the Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School to evaluate the needs
of the school and to make recom-
mendaitons to fulfill those needs.
The meeting begins at 7:00 p.m.


Go On Sale
Port St. Joe citizens, who have
not placed orders for the new 1964
65 Birthday Calendars are reuqest
ed to call Clyde Fite, telephone
229-1956, and have your order re
corded for delivery of your calen
dar in late August of this year
The price is one dollar and will be
collected on delivery at your home
Several hundred birth dates, an
niversaries, special meetings of
various organizations and advertise
ments of business and industrial
establishments will be listed for
your convenience.
The annual Birthday Calendar is
a yearly project for the high
school band. Everyone interested
in supporting this excellent organ-
ization should have one of these
fine calendars posted in your home.
The money derived from the pro-
ject will be used to equip the band
with an entire new drum and bass
section. Six sparkling field drums,
two bass drums of the same color,
and eight new basses will be pur-
chased at one time. The general
appearance and playing efficiency
of the band will be much improved
with the addition of this equipment.
Last, but not least, the general
Inorale of the whole band will rise
to a new high level because of the
interest shown by the public in
general. We are counting on the
support of every interested citizen
in Port St. Joe- We: hope- you are
as proud of us as we are of you.


Mrs. C. M. Palmer
Is Taken by Death
Mrs, C, M, Palmer, age 80, a long
time resident of Port St. Joe, pass-
ed away yesterday at about noon
in the Municipal Hospital.
Mrs. Palmer had suffered a
stroke yesterday morning at 6:30
at her home and was rushed to the
Municipal Hospital, where she
passed away,
Mrs. Palmer was a member of
the Long Avenue Baptist Church.
She is survived by three daugh-
ters: Mrs, J, E. McLeod of Port St.
Joe, Mrs. L. R. Nichols, Tampa
and Mrs. M. C. Sanders of Milledge.
ville, Ga.; one son, H. C. Palmer of
Atlanta, Ga.
Funeral arrangements were not
complete at press time yesterday..


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By WESLEY R. RAMSEY l


The Supreme Court has done it again .
the casual reader.


or it would seem tq


But in reading the stories in the newspapers closely concerning
the court's recent action in regard to Bible reading and prayer in
Florida schools, we cannot help but think that they have protected
us rather than harmed us.
And although we hesitate to think this of men of today, we can-
not help but think that the question put before the Court was de-
liberately worded so as to draw a decision that politicians could grab
at and make a few "points" for themselves with the public. It is sad
to think that such reasoning and thinking could be behind such an
important matter in our United States.
But let's look at the decision. The decision was to bar the RE-
QUIRING of Bible reading and prayer in Florida schools. It said
nothing about not ALLOWING such practices. And of course, our
Constitution does prohibit any Government agency requiring reli-
gious activities, as it should be to keep church and state separated.
The opinion of the court was unsigned and cited previous court
decisions that devotional exercises of this kind (that is, requiring
devotions) amount to an establishment of religion, forbidden by the
first amendment of the federal Constitution.
Aside from the legal maneuverings of the court and any
State, we feel that no religious activity should be "required" of
anybody. For Bible reading and prayer to be effective, they must
be done willingly. And if they are not effective, they are just so
much ritual. We do believe that such activities should be provided
in schools with no rules for attending other than voluntary. In
most instances, all would attend and, we believe, reap benefits.
In our schools, one teacher said that his class had curtailed the
morning devotions until next year. And no student is or will
be REQUIRED to attend. This is as it should be.

The campaign is over, and we swore to go fishing on the first
Saturday following the elections.
We did.
We have heard tell that in fishing for bream, 50 fish swim by
your hook for every one that bites. We wish to report that 49 swam
by our hook Saturday.


Honor Graduates Present Impressive

Program For Over 1,000 Guests

Port St. Joe High School graduated a record 73 Sen-
iors Tuesday night at impressive ceremonies held in the
school athletic stadium before an estimated crowd of 1,000
parents and friends of the graduating class.


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Summer Education

'Program Scheduled
The summer educational pro-
f gram for the Port St. Joe High
- School will begin on June 22 and
I end on July 31, it was announced
r this week,
Subjects to be offered for credit
9 this summer are, Demnocracy, Typ-
' ing I and II and Driver Education.
The charge sfor Democracy and
typing are $30.00 per student for
the six weeks.
These courses are still open for
registration, No l@arges are made
for Driver Education, but the clas-
ses are closed.
Instruction in shop will be offer-
ed for three weeks (June 22 thru
July 10) but will earn no credits.
The industrial arts laboratory
will be open this summer to pro-
vide an opportunity for all inter-
ested students of Port St. Joe High-
School to participate. The program
will cover a wide range of activi-
ties and areas, including metal
craft, electricity and electronics
and both mal4hine wgo4 working
and hand wood working. The stur
dent may choose the area he is
most interested in and spend all of
his time in this grea or he may
work in several areas during the
program to become more acquaint.
ed with the materials, and proces-
ses of the various areas. No charge
is made for the prbgranmsince the
individual student pays for the ma-
terials he uses. The opening date
is June 22 and the lab will be open
all day through July 10. All stu-
dents who desire to participate in
the program are urged to sign up
well in advance so that necessary
materials and supplies may be or-
dered' and available by the begin-
ning of the program.
The library will be open for the
six weeks from 8:30 to 3:30,
Instruction in band will be of-
fered from 8:30 to 3:30 daily.
The gym will be open every day
except the mornings that swimm-
ing sessions will be held. The fol-
lowing activities will be offered at
the high school.
Table tennis, tennis, badminton,
basketball, volleyball, horseshoes
and golf. Tournaments will be held
in the individual activities during
the latter part of the summer pro-
gram.
Tuesday and Thursday mornings
will be reserved for swimming
trips. The gym will open at 8:30
on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
The afternoon sessions will begin
at 1:00 p.m. and end at 3:30 p.m.


District Governor
Visits Kiwanis Club
Committee chairmen of the Port
St. Joe Kiwanis Club gave their
annual reports Tuesday to District
Governor Earl'Sellers, who made a
visit to the club.
Sellers took down projects, acti-
ities and aims of the various com-
mittees in grading the club for ef-
fectiveness in the community.
Guests of the club were Guerry
Melton of Port St. Joe; Bill Griffin
of Monticello; L. D. Lewis, Sam
Morgan, W. W. Strom, John Brad-
shaw, John Paul all of Panama City
and Rev. George Gay of Chipley.


State Buys More
Land for Local Park
The State of Florida approved a
recommendation from the outdoor
recreational development council
this week for an expenditure of
$24,700 for the purchase of 98
acres of land on St. Joseph Penin-
sula from the Federal Government.
This land will be added to the 600
plus acres already acquired for the
park from the Federal Government.
Park officials are-ready to begin
work on the park as soon as a


The program was presented by
the graduates who followed the
theme: "A Wide Door Has Opened
To Us", developed by the eight
high honor graduates of the senior
class.
Albert Gentry spoke on "A Wide
Door for Effective Work" develop-
ing the thought that there is still
truth to be discovered and victories
to be achieved.
Myron Merritt spoke on "The Ma-
gic of. the Open Door" telling of
the challenge that faces the youth
of today and speaking of the faith
that is needed to accomplish the
work at hand.
Patsy Patterson spoke on "We
Are the Doors of Tomorrow CQm-
posed of Various Materials" stating
that the budding adults must be
strong and grow into good useful
Americans,
Douglass Hallmon developed "Ev.
ery Door Has A Key" noting that
everyone is looking for success and
"every key on the ring" must be
tried in this quest.
Kenneth Dykes told of "Standing
at the Door", stating that the youth
of today were aware of the fact
that they must work for success.
Forrest VanCamp told the group
that the types of doors entered
will determine the future of the
lives of the graduates in the talk,
"Doors are Interesting-They Open
and Close,
High honor graduates Sandra
Bass and Ellis Stevens pronounced
the Invocation and Benediction.
Awards Given
Several of the Seniors received
the many awards given during the
exercises. For the most part the
awards were given on the basis of
scholarship, leadership andcitizen-
ship of the student recipients.
Cecil Curry, Rotary Club presi-
dent, presented the Rotary Club
awards to Sandra Bass and Ellis
Stevenis.
F. E. Trammell, American Le-
gion Commander presented their
merit of honor award to Patsy Pat-
terson and Forrest Van Camp; So-
cial studies award to Forrest Van-
Camp; English award to Kitty
Jones; Math award to Ellis Stevens
and Science award to Myron Mer-
ritt.
Delta Chapter of the Honor So-
ciety presented its scholarship
award to Dennis White.
The Danford Foundation Awards
were presented to Sandra Baxley
and Ellis Stevens.
Other awards presented were:
Industrial Arts, George Dykes;
Student Council Award, Ken Dykes;
Library Science Award, Patsy Pat-
terson; Highest Scholastic Aver-
age Award, Myron Merritt; Out-
standing School Spirit Award, San-
dra Baxley; Cheerleader Medal,
Gail Anderson; Yearbook Editor's
Medal, Sandra Bass; Yearbook Bus-
iness Manager's Medal, June Mc-
Kenzie and Future Teachers Award
Elsie Newsome.


County Gets More
Race Track Money
TALLAHASSEE State Comp- i
troller Ray E. Green said this week
race track tax fund checks for c
$8,000 are being mailed to each of
the 67 counties.
Green said' each county has re- t
ceived $220,000 from the fund dur-
ing the current fiscal period, ]
which is an increase of $21,000 t
over the same period last fiscal c
year. One more check will be mail-
ed to the counties before the new S
fiscal year begins.
The payments will set a new t
record. The highest received by ]
each county since the tax was I
passed was $206,800, which was r
paid in fiscal 1962-63.


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road right of way can be establish- N
ed into the area. Work is progress-
ing in this area with only one pro- e
perty owner to be contacted. The r
right of way is expected to be es- t
tablished in a matter of a few days. I


Forrest Van Camp Is Given $500 College Scholarship
Forrest Van Camp (above center) is presented basis of merit and accomplishments.
a $500 college scholarship by Raymond C. Rid- Looking on at the right is Roy I
dles, National Director of the Dixie Youth Base- dent of the Port St. Joe Dixie You
ball organization. The scholarship is made by the, League.
Dixie Youth organization to four boys each year. The award was made to Forrest
Forrest was chosen for the scholarship on the School last Friday afternoon.


Burch, presi-
uth Baseball

at the High


Strike Settlement

Is Still Hopeful
H,,pef ul signs of settlement still
pretail,:-d over the three-week-old
UniteJ Mine Workers strike at
,itic liiLrn Chemical Corporation
'tlrne-.lay despite a three-day re-
ce:- in negotiations that had re-
-Oin, d.i only last Saturday.
Negotiations, which were resum-
ed .la- I Saturday after a two-week,
non talking period between man-
aicrenent and labor, recessed Tues-
dlay after union members rejected
a ne_- otfer by company officials.
Despite the temporary recess in
thei,- ,u talks, however, both com-
pan ndri union officials say they
a'e -till confident the labor despite
rjn settled.
The talks are to be resumed once
iiL:cai Fiiday at 10:00 a.m. in the
ir.:t St Joe City Hall.
The new contract offered Mon-
i'iav I):. management but declined
ITue da. by union members includ-
,d additionall guaranteed holiday
pay. and a two-year contract. The
I',iaor aea of disagreement still
Remaining lies in the amount of a
,'.wx :, increase and certain other
c..nl '.,i provisions.

County Requests Paving
For State Road' 22
' TI,,: Gulf County Commission vot-
ed lasL Tuesday night to pass a
resolution urging the State Road
Department to repave State Road
22 between Wewahitchka and Pan-
ama City from the Bay County line
to the Panama City city limits.
The road was paved last year
from Wewahitchka to the Bay
County line.
The Bay County Commission has
asked for the paving, but to- no
avail. The Gulf resolution was
passed to restore the Bay request.


Vote Canvassed On County Seat


Election-Gives Port St. Joe 561 Lead
Port St. Joe lost some of their 31 of the absentee ballots cast. lect a building site and to provide
margin of victory in securing the In the other precincts, Port St. preliminary plans and specific.
Gulf County Seat as a result of a Joe received, by precinct: 4, 4; 5, 5; tions.
canvass of the vote last Friday 0; 8, 3; 9, 16; 10, 15 and 11, 6. T. S. Coldewey, chairman of the
night in Wewahitchka, but still 5. Committee for Relocation urged the
maintained a decisive plurality of Wewahitchka received from these Board not to move too fast in the
the votes cast. same precincts: 4, 0; 5, 2; 6, 3; 8, matter, but suggested that the
As a result of last Tuesday's vote 0; 8, 3; 9, 16; 1$, 15 and 11, 6. Board hire a fiscal agent to look
Port St. Joe had a margin of vic- Resolution Passed into the finance picture and ascer-
tory of 577 votes. After Friday'sl After the canvass of the vote, tain the best way to pay for what
:anvass, in which the absentee the Board passed a resolution to is needed in a courthouse. He also


votes were cast, the lead of Port be forwarded to the Secretary of
St. Joe was cut down to 561. State, declaring Port St. Joe as
Of the 139 absentee ballots cast, the County Seat of Gulf as of the
three were thrown out, leaving vote certified on May 29.
136 to count. Of these, Port St. Joe The Resolution stated that the
received 60 votes and Wewahitchka offices of the county should be
received 76. :moved to Port St. Joe as soon as'
Port St. Joe wound up with a to- a site could be obtained and a coun-
tal of 2410 votes to 1849 for We- ty courthouse could be built in
wahitchka. :Port St. Joe.
Out of the first precincts, which The Board then instructed their,
ire in Wewahitchka, Port St. Joe architect, Norman P. Gross, already
receivedd 29 votes, or one more, under contract, to begin immediate-
han was received from the regular 3ly to assist the Board in determin-
balloting. Wewahitchka received ing the size of the courthouse, se-


urged that the Board plan for the
growth of the county in building a
new Courthouse.
Architect Norman P. Gross ad-
dressed the Board for a few min-
utes assurring them he would rec-
ommend a good fiscal agent if the
Board chose to hire him and that
he would work closely with such a
fiscal agent, in all phases of the
building.
Gross assured the Board that in
making his presentations to the
Board, he would keep in mind the
future needs of the county.


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


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Owens Is Honored By Yearbook Staff
Miss Sandra Bass, editor of "The Monument" the Port St. Joe
High School yearbook, is shown above presenting the first yearbook
of the year'to be distributed to Thomas A. Owens, Superintendent of
Public Instruction last Friday afternoon at the school assembly pro-
gram.
This year's "Monument" was dedicated to Owens.
The dedication was made to honor Owens, who is retiring his
post the end of this year. Owens has been Superintendent of Pub-
lic Instruction for Gulf County since 1940.








THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


First Methodists to
Begin Bible School
A Vacation Bible School is to be
held at the First Methodist Church
beginning Monday, June 8 and
continuing through Friday, June
12, according to an announcement
made by the minister of the local
church Dr. Thomas S. Harris.
Co-directors of the Vacation Bi-
ble School will be Mrs. Helen Kil-
bourn 'and Mrs. Paul Blount. Ac-
tivities will begin each day at 8:30
a.m. and continue to 11:00 amn.
Many interesting activities are
planned for the children including
Bible stories, Bible study, singing,
games and other events involving
group participation. Refreshments
will be served each day.
Among the aims of the Vacation
Church School will be to develop
in each child a greater appreciation
for God, His word, His world, His
work, His people and His church,
according to a statement made by
the co-directors Mrs. Kilbourn and
Mrs. Blount.

Charles Boyer Assigned
To USS Robert Huntington
Ensign Charles Boyer, USN, son
of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Boyer, serv-
ing aboard the USS Robert K. Hunt-
ington (DD 781) Mayport, has re-
cently been appointed Anti-Sub-
marine Warfare Officer. In pre-
paring for this position Ensign
Boyer spent eight weeks at Fleet
Sonar School, Key West.
The school covered the funda-
mentals of sound, oceanography,
submarine capabilities, basic elec-
tronics, torpedo components, prin-
ciples of synchros and servos, and
a cruise on a submarine.
The mission of the school is to
provide graduates who are capable
of conducting any type of surface
ship anti-submarine search and at-
tack, act as intelligence supervisor
to the commanding officer in mat-
ters of sonar search, classification
and attack.




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The three-part film traces the
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Holy Bible from the first century
A.D. to the present time. It was
produced by the American Bible
Society and ranks as one of the
most authentic Bilble films ever
made.


THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1964

Movies Part of Episcopal
Summer Activities
The first section of an historic
motion picture, "Our Bible-How
It Came To Us", will be shown at
St. James Episcopal Church on
Sunday, June 7 at 9:45 aam. The
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the Old Testament was formed, late wide-spread interest in the Bi- ATTENDS DENTIST MEETING CECIL COSTINS ATTENDING
and how the New Testament came ble and its message for our time. The 81st annual session of the GRADUATION of GRANDSON
to be written.d section of the picture the public is invited to see Florida State Dental Society was Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Costin, Sr.,
The second section of the picture these inspiring films, held last week at The Americana are visiting in Tampa this week.
Europe, will bthe Bibleshown on June 14. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTHotel in Bal Harbour. They are attending the graduation
Europe, will be shown on June 14. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Dr. Robert E. King of Port St. of their grandson, Mel Magidson,
the making of the English Bible Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Moss, Jr., an- Joe was among the more than 1500 Jr.
thwille shaking of the English Bible, ounce the birth of a daughter, Florida dentists and their guests Mel will enter Emory Univer-
will be shown on June 21. whom they have named Catherine in attendance at the convention. sity in the fall.
It is the hope of the American Redding. The baby was born on Dr. Louis J. Otkins of Blounts- Miss Carolyn Carr accompanied
Bible Society and those who show Monday, May 25, at Tallahassee town was named president-elect of them, also, for a visit with her
these pictures that they will stimu- Memorial Hospital in Tallahassee. the organization. aunt, Mrs. Magidson.


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Temptations


Tacked With Savings

A TEMPTING GROUP FOR MISS and MRS.

SUMMER SANDALS

$2.00 Pr.
New styles priced for a quick sellout
Some imported all leather, straws, etc. Also white dress shoes for
girls.

Campus Quality Men's and Boys'

SWIM TRUN KS

Boys $1.99 to $2.99
The largest and most complete showing in town Save at Boyles

Men's $2.99 to $4.99
Guaranteed by Campus Favorite wash and wear fabrics in
plain colors and plaids.

Mothers, a chance to save extravagantly for vacation wear
Entire Stock "Prim and Pretty" and "Peaches and
Cream"


Sizes in
School.


GIRL'S DRESSES
REDUCED TO

$2.00 to $4.00
Tot's to Teens. It would be smart to buy for Back to


EXCEPTIONAL VALUES!

MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS

$1.99 to $4.99
A tremendous variety in the' season's choice colors, styles Mid
fabrics for men artiM young men. Small to extra large.



The Tattler


R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
Published by
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R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fun"
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ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
SHOES Winnie Oakes
GLADYS S. GILL .------Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
ETHEL M. GAY Lingerie
NONA WIl LIAMS Men's and Boy's Wear
LARRY ALLEN, MARY REEVES and
ESTHER TAYLOR Extras

A Great May Is Gone A Greater

June Is In the Making At BOYLES!
Dear Friends:
It appears that some who decide to try their luck in business
go in with the idea that profits and success result only from one's
ability to gouge and gyp the public. The attitude seems to be
that Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Public are plain suckers and easy to
fool. We do not understand this sort of thinking or the application
of such a policy. Could it be a burning ambition and desire to
get ahead that contains a degree of resentment connected with
experiences of the past? Is the purpose connected with a false
pride, superflous ego or simple greed? We don't know, and sup-
pose it's anybody's guess. We'll make a long guess, however,
that the days of any business created and guided by the policy
of selling the public short, is ultimately doomed to failure. It
may flourish as the Green Bay Tree, for a while; a few years
maybe, but the end will be nearer each day. The failure will be
explained away leaving no room for the real reason. In fact, it
may never be known by anyone, victims included. Just one of
those things ... most of us will say. Well, so much for the
obituary. Let's move on to livelier ground.
During nearly forty years of serving the public it could be
worthwhile to mention a few points about which we feel quite
confident and sure: "1 Mr. Average Citizen is looking for,
knows and appreciates honest value and sincere, selfless service.
2. We people in business are not as clever and smart as we
might sometimes think. 3. Many of our customers think faster
and more clearly than those of us behind the counter. 4. It's
easy to get in a rut in business acquiring a routine akin to
the operation of a machine. 5 ... The customer is constantly
on the alert while spending his money, looking for new things
and greater values, ever aware and conscious of changes of all
kinds. 6. We merchants have a tendency to close our minds
while the consumers' thinking is always open to more savings
and better service. 7. Many of our customers know about some
new item before we've heard of it.
It all adds up to the sober fact that the man in business
now needs to keep pace with present day speed in news, com-
munication and merchandising methods. It is our conclusion that
the life blood of a successful and enduring business is a devotion
and dedication to service. The measure we receive will be deter-
mined by the measure we're willing to give. Certainly the matter


Golden Agers Enjoy : 1-- -fH-STAR,-Port St Joe, Florlid
Barbecue Supper Monday ,..;-. ..


The Golden Agers met Monday
at Wayside Park for a barbecue
supper. Eighteen members and
two visitors, Mrs. W. T. Moseley,
Kenshaw, S. C., and Mrs. Walters,
Bakersfield, Calif., enjoyed the fel-
lowship and delicious meal.
All members and those interest-
ed in joining are urged to attend
next Monday's meeting at the Stac
House.

James C. Kennedy Finishes
Basic Training In Navy
GREAT LAKES, ILL (FHTNC)-
James C. Kennedy, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Talmadge Kennedy of 122 Sec-
ond Ave., Port St. Joe, completed
basic training May 1 at the Naval
Training Center, Great Lakes, Ill.
During the training, recruits re-
ceive tests and interviews which
determine their future assignments
in the Navy. Upon completing the
program they are assigned to ser-
vice schools for technical training
or to ships and stations for on-the-
job training in a Navy rating spe-
cialty.
Naval training produces the pow-
er in seapower by supplying quali-
fied personnel to man the ships,
planes and shore stations of to-
day's Navy.


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THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1964


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue Port St. Joe. Florl I
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publ'sher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesmar, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter 'roW
Reader Bookkeper and Complaint Department


DIAL 227-3101


ETA UPSILON CHAPTER OFFICERS-Pictured above, left to right;
Mrs. Pauline McGill, president; Mrs. Wandis Scott, vice president;
Mrs. Dorothy Grossman, recording secretary; Mrs. Virginia Cannon,
treasurer; Mrs. Carolyn Saunders, extension officer and Mrs. June
Gay, civil defense.


GARDEN CLUB OFFICERS-Pictured left to right, Mrs. Tom Byrd,
president; Mrs. David Jones, out-going president; Mrs. Wesley R.
Ramsey, secretary; Mrs. J. C. Arbogast, second vice-president; Mrs.
Ralph Nance, first vice-president and Mrs. J. D. McCullough, Dis-
trict II Director of Federation of Garden Clubs, installing officer.

Garden Club Installs New Officers


Members of the Port St. Joe Gar-
den Club met Thursday, May 21 at
the St. James Parish House.
Officers for the new year were
installed by District II Director,
Mrs. J. D. McCullough of Panama
City. Mrs. McCullough used as her
theme, "The Second Shovel of
Sand".


Those installed were Mrs. Tom
Byrd, president; Mrs. Ralph Nance,
first vice president; Mrs. J. C. Ar-
bogast, second vice president; Mrs.
Wesley R. Ramsey, secretary and
Mrs. Tom Alsobrook, treasurer.
The new Constitution and By-
Laws were read and a new mem-
bership roll was started.


St. Joe




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of preparedness, knowledge, vision and industry must be given
consideration. We believe, however, that one's general motivat-
ing attitude towards his fellowman is the power that turns the
light on or off So much for the serious side that accidentally
influenced this column. Maybe we should not let it happen again.
We do pledge to our friends and customers to work harder to
discover your wants and needs... and to love you more as the
days, weeks and years slip by so rapidly.
The light customary tone of this column will have to wait an-
other time and space. We do urge you to take advantage of the
Special Sunny June Buys at Boyles ,the store with more in '64.
S'long. -RGB
The Store Where All Approved Credit Cards Are
Good. As Time 'Passes, Service to Customers Grows


Sorority Names

New Officers
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi held their regular meet-
ing Tuesday night at the Florida
Power Lounge. The meeting was
opened by the President, Mrs. Pau-
line McGill. The opening ritual was
repeated in unison and the roll
was called with each member an-
swering with, "Why Love is the
Key to Happiness",
Members were reminded to turn
in their cook book recipes at the
next social.
The program was presented by
Mrs. Wandis Scott. It was an in-
teresting program on "Amateur"
and "The Studies of Happiness".
The delegates that attended the
state convention in Clearwater
gave a most interesting report on
the various functions. Two of the
delegates, Mrs. Pauline McGill and
Mrs. Carol Rish, were representa-
tives for the Eta Uphilon Chapter
in Port St. Joe. Mrs. Elva Jones
was a representative for the area
council.
The meeting was closed with re-
peating the closing ritual after
which delicious refreshments were
served.


BOWLING

NEWS


By Zela Adams
Econ-O-Wash and Team No. 1
battled it out on Lanes 1 and 2
with Team 1 taking 3 out of 4 with
some mighty good bowling. Ruby
Lucas led the field with games of
190, 144 and 131 giving her a 465
series. Jerry Freeman followed
with games of 154, 133 and 125 for
a 412 series and Mary Harrison
was close behind with games of
140, 160 and 105 for a 405 series.
Sue Moore had high game and high
series for Econ-O-Wash with a 145,
138 and 133 for a 416 series. Di-
ane Aycock had a 387 series and
Jean Stoufer had a 140 game.
Lanes 3 and 4 saw team 3 win
all four by forfeit and on lanes
5 and 6 Team 2 took three from
Amison's. Norma Zeigler bowled a
191 giving her a 454 series. Aud-
rey Tanner bowled a 147 game.
Mary Brown bowled a 419 for Ami-
son's and Verna Burch had a 382
followed by Lois Smith's 378.
The feature team this week is
Team No. 2. Norma Zeigler is team
captain and making up the rest of
the team is Eva Brooks, Irene Bea-
man and Audrey Tanner.


Graduating from

Auburn Today
AUBURN-Thomas Jackson Mit-
chell, Jr., of Port St. Joe is among
those who will be graduated from
Auburn University at the June 3
commencement exercises in Cliff
Hare Stadium, bringing the acade-
mic year's total degrees awarded
to 1,826.
At the spring quarter commence-
ment at 5:00 p.m., 16 are scheduled
to receive doctorates, 49 the mas-
ter's and 605 the bachelor's.
Among the candidates for de-
grees, Mitchell is scheduled to re-
ceive the Bachelor of Aeronauti-
cal Administration degree.


PosmoFs'cn Box 34W


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Thank You
I sincerely thank each of you who supported me
in the second primary election. Even though I
was .not re-elected as a member of your School
Board from District No. 4. Let us all join toge-
ther in making our school the best possible.
I would like to thank my opponent for the man-
ner in which he conducted himself during this cam-
paign.


C. E. (Peck) BOYER


MY THANKS


TO THE VOTERS OF GULF COUNTY and my
many friends, I wish to take this opportunity to
thank each of you for the splendid vote and sup-
port you gave me May 26 for County Commissioner,
District 3.

Even though I did not win, I shall be ever
grateful for the confidence of those who voted for
and supported me.


S. C. PLAYER


THANK YOU

My friends and fellow citizens of Gulf County,
Words cannot express my appreciation for the fine
vote and support that you gave me.

Thank you for the confidence that you placed
in me. I sincerely appreciate each vote, each word
that you said, and each act of kindness shown in
my behalf.

B. J. "Bill" RICH, Sr.





Thanks To Gulf County

I wish to express my deep appreciation to all
my friends and supporters in Gulf County who gave
me such an overwhelming vote.

I want you to know that I will be working for
all the people of Gulf County and I ask you to unite
as one group 'so that we can all work for the bet-
terment of Gulf County.

Thanks again.


GEORGE G. TAPPER




THANK YOU, MY FRIENDS .

The good people of Gulf County have spoken
and I accept their decision. I wish to thank you,
everyone, who supported me in this campaign and
during my two previous campaigns. It has been an
honor, a privilege and a pleasure. It has also been
a rare pleasure to be of public service these years, and
if I can be of further service to the people of Gulf
County, I will be ready-you and your interests have
come so near and dear to my heart.

And to my opponent the best of all good fortune.
His responsibilities will be grave.

Once again, my great thanks.


A. J. STRICKLAND


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Our Growing Forest


'By JOE MAXWELL
Farm Forester
As a public service, this news-
S-paper; has !&.nsented to regularly
print ,this pblumnl in an effort to
inform ithe I6unty's landowners of
forest manaement activities. This
column will be based in part on
actual forestry practices which oc-
cur in the county. Poor practices
will be used to illustrate points as
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Florida's farm forestry program
began in 1941. The Bay and Gulf
County Project started in 19M0.
This project is financed by state,
federal and county funds and
makes forest management assist-
ance available to the small land-
owner without charge.
The Farm Forester's primary
task is to assist the small woodland
owner to realize the most profits
from their woodlots through good
forestry practices. Also, to advise
the landowner on timber markets,
fire protection, forest insect and
disease control, gum farming and
tree planting methods.
Don't stop reading now as you
say, "I'm not a woodland owner".
If you own a city lot and your
trees need attention, maybe your
farm forester can help.
This last year assistance to the
landowners of Bay and Gulf Coun-
ties has been many and varied.
From identifying diseases on yard
trees to helping a landowner get a
new forest planted are only some
of the interesting days spent in
the work as a Farm Forester.
Let's face it. When markets for
wood were small, you had little
reason to be concerned with your
woodlands. Since markets for wood
are increasing daily, now is a good
time to start looking at your tim-
ber as a money crop. With an ever
growing population which will
mean more markets, it's time we
took stock. It's time that our coun-
ty's idle or lazy acres started.work-
ing for peak production.
Landowners with questions, or in
need of assistance, are invited to
contact their farm forester at Bay
County's Courthouse. The telephone
number is 763-7962. Call, or drop
a postcard to Box 1391, Panama
City.

CLASSIFIED AoI
Mdgent Reftm


Classified Ads


FOR SALE: 4 bedroom house on
two lots. 405 Woodward Ave.,
Port St. Joe. FHA loan available.
$300 down payment. Payments ap-
proximately $64 monthly. Total
cost $9,700. Seller will pay FHA fi-
nancing charges. Occupancy im-
mediately. Call 227-4531, Port St.
Joe, or Ben Dickens, 385-1015, Tal-
lahassee. tfc-5-14
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: Two bedroom house
with extra cabinets, extra, closets
and storage area. Built in attic fan
and heater. Ceramic tile bath. Out-
side barbecue pit. Largetable. 513
10th St. Phone 227-4696. tfc-5-14
FOR SALE: Nice two bedroom
house on two lots. Beacon Hill.
Call 229-3741 after 5:00 p.m. lp
FOR SALE: By owner. 3 bedroom
masonry home. Located on Mar-
vin Ave. Phone 227-2336. 8tc-5-7
FOR SALE: Electric guitar with
carrying case and amplifier. Call
227-7621.
FOR SALE: Adding machine paper.
Package of 3 rolls, 70c. The Star,
227-3161.
FOR SALE: Legal ruled pads. 25c
each. The Star. 227-3161.
OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper,
rag content bond, all sizes. On-
ionskin, manuscript covers, carbon
paper, clips, fasteners, file folders.
Everything for the office. The Star,
227-3161.
FOR SALE: Office machine ribbons
for all popular machines. $1.25.
The Star. Phone 227-3161.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house. 513 8th St. $40.00 mo.
Phone 227-8806. 2tp
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment. Couple only. 1621 Monu-
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641 tfc-4-9
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house with
large carport. Located at 908
Woodward Ave. $45.00 per month.
Phone 227-3081. 2tp-3
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: Room. Call John W.
Brown at 227-8541. 2tp-3
FOR RENT: Unfurnished large 2
bedroom house. Fenced back
yard. Nice neighbors. Phone 227-
8536. tfc-6-3
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house at
1007 Monument Ae. For informa-
tion call 227-5471, or 229-2941. tfc


FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished ap-
artmept. 1505 Monument' Ave.,
Phonie 227-7421. tfc-4-16
FOR RENT: spacious three bedrm
home at 609 Garrison Ave. Con-
venient to town and schools. Large
yard area. Quiet neighborhood.
Call 229-3431. tfe-5-7
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
TOP SALESMAN WANTED
International Life, a member of
the famous MacAfthur group needs
one good salesman who wants to
make at least $8,00 per year, for
Port St. Joe and vicinity.
The man selected will be given a
complete line of Guaranteed Re-
newable eHalth and Life Coverages
and full training.
Do not apply unless you are neat,
honest and have the sincere desire
to earn above the average income.
This is the best Insurance guaran-
tee in Fla. Call Mr. Johnson in Tal-
lahassee 385-3618 or write P. 0.
Box 3576 MSS, Tallahassee. -4t-5-28
WANTED IMMEDIATELY: Man or
woman to supply consumers with
Rawleigh Products in Gulf Co., or
Port St. Joe. Can earn $50 weekly
part time-$100 and up full time.
Write Rawleigh FAE 100 336, Mem-
phis, Tenn., 8tp-5-7
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.
UNCLAIMED REPAIRS: We have
3 Singer Sewing Machines that
were unclaimed. Pay repair bill
$14.63. These machines are in ex-
cellent shape. Write Service Man-
ager Vogue Sewing Center, 404 E.
Wright St., Pensacola, Fla. 8tc-5-28
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
at Parish House, 309% 6th St Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-36 for
tlu Iher information or write P. 0.
Lu,. 535.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St Joe Lpdge
No .111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 pMn.

N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 118,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet.
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.


FOR RENT: One 2-bedroom furnish-
-2d apartment. One 2-bedroom R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
unpunished apt. Two 1-bedroom Joseph Chapter No. 56, RAM;
houses, furnished. Smith's Phar- 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
macy, Phone 227-5111. companions welcome.
JOE EVANS High Priest
FOR RENT or SALE: Large 3 bed- JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary
room house. Furnished or un-
furnished. On 1st St., St. Joe Beach. SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
J. D Clark. 227-7771. tfe Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097


TWE STAl, Port 9f. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1964


-- Say You Saw It In The Star -




THANK YOU
You, the people of Gulf County will never know
just how much I appreciated your vote of confidence
in me in this election. As I have said before, I am
ready to serve you and Gulf County. With the co-
operation of all we can have a better county.

May I take this opportunity to express my
thanks and appreciation for everyone who spoke in
my behalf throughout the county. Appreciated
your many kindnesses as I visited from house to
house. Thanks to my opponents for carrying on
a clean race. Again, may I say thank you everyone.


JAMES C. HORTON

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NOTICE OF TAX SALE
Notice is hereby given that on the 29th day of June, 1964, at the
front door of the City Hall, City of Port St. Joe, State of Florida, tax
sale certificates will be sold on the following described land to pay
the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same, together with
all costs of such sale and all advertising.
ASSESSED OWNER Lot Block Adv. Total
V. R. Bowlin 6 11 .50 $20.89
Wynoko Development Co. 5 18 ,50 4.58
William I. Smith 17 36 .50 44.69
R. A. Walker S /2 of 2 and 4 42 .50 7.30
Wynoko Developmnent Co. _- ----- 13 and 14 43 .50 7.30
Mrs. Venice M. Bates 6 47 .50 34.49
Wayne Buttram 16 84 .50 48.09
Gene Duren 13 84 .50 8.58
Edward A. Wood 27 37 .50 32.83
Robert Bryant 16 1002 .50 7.30
Frank Betton 30 and 32 1006 .50 5.94
Ernest Dixon 30 and 32 1008 .50 1.86
C. J. Roberts 2 1009 .50 3.22
Claude Johnson 9 1010 .50 8.66
Sam and Ida Bell Bryant 2 1015 .50 1.86
David L. Britt 2 and 4 1016 .50 3.22
Freeman Robinson 24 1015 .50 3.48
Doris Rouse 9 1016 .50 27.29
Andrew Granger 8 and W% 10 1016 .50 3.22
John W. Whitley W% 10 1017 .50 1.18
Edward Lee Bolden 31 1018 .50 1.86
Norman McDonald 23 A .50 1.86
Ella Mae Lowery N25' of 8 B .50 1.86
Jerry Gainer 12 B .50 5.26
Howard Garland, Jr. 23 B .50 1.86
Nero Hopps 2 B .50 2.54
E. L. Flemings N% of 4 B .50 4.58
PERSONAL PROPERTY
Bildwel Supply Co. .50 68.48
Alma Lee Bryant Beauty Shop .50 3.22
Floyd Chevrolet Co. L .50 34.49
Gulf Coast Laundries, Inc. .50 34.49
Dr. Wesley Grace .50 7.30
Kennedy Electric & Refrigeration Service .50 24.97
Murdock's Radio & TV Sales Service .50 3.22
Phillip's "66" Service Station, Hwy. 98 .50 16.82
Orvil's Standard Service Station .50 14.l1
J. B. WILLIAMS,
City Treasurer and Collector e:t
City of Port St. Joe, Florida 6-3



Friends of Gulf Co.

Thank you for

.-' t h e victory in

your county on
May 26.

Iask you to

please direct your

S"efforts toward a

final triumph for

all of Florida in

November.


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THORO-BLEND BREAD loaf 25c

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PRIME RIB ROAST
Full Cut
ROUND STEAK
POUND

69c
USDA GOOD
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POUND
59m
Afti


Very Lean, Rich in Flavor
Ground
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No. 7
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79c
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Club Steak
Pound

9 M


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Blackeye
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Pound

lOc


Fresh Shelled
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3 Bags

$1


CUKES and
Bel Pepper
4 FOR
19(
Yellow
SQUASH
POUND
1O0c


10 OUNCE .
Maxwell House
INSTANT
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Regular $1.79 Value


Home Grown


Home Grown
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Tomato
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lOc


Single
BANANAS
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Garden Fresh
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29c


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Water-
Melons
ROSIN HOOD
FLOUR
25 LB. BAG
$1.98
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CAN
lOc


SUGAR
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39c
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Fab25c


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DOZ.


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BAMA
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LUZIANNE R. T.

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29c and up
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1Oc and up
Large
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49c pot
CALADIUM PLANTS
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UNITED STATES "JTun" 14, 1926 (44 Stat. 741), a8
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NEW ORLEANS OFFICE June 23 and Sept. 21, 1959 (73
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P. 0. Box 53226 (74 Stat 899) The Florida Outdoor
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BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. and Mrs. George Harper, Jr., e0gUe esu Strick, off with the crack of the
of Marietta, Ga., announce the And Team Standings bat, ran, jumped and caught the
birth of a baby girl, Carol yn *d n ball in his bare hand. David Nan:e
birth of a baby girl, Carol Lynn Here we are once agaii-with the..and Jimmy Costin were 2 for 3 to
g on Saturday, May 23 in an Atlan- latest softball results. This past lead the Wiley team: Robert Whit-
Sta, Ga., hospital, week saw Florida Bank roll over tle and Daryle Strickland had two
3 Wewa Bank 20-9, Wiley's defeated hits each for Wewa Bank.
cribed as Lots 2, 3, 4, Sec. 1, T. 9 Vitro 11-8, Vitro turned back the Last Saturday Wiley's Supply
S., R. 12 W., Tall. Mer. Gulf Coun- league leaders, 13-8 and Wewa and Florida Bank went to Panama
ty, Florida for the following put- Bank handed -,Wiley's Supply a 63 City to play two of their teams. The
pose, Public Recreation Area. The
purpose of this notice is to allow setback. box scores of those games are as
any person asserting a claim to In the Florida Bank-Wewa Bank follows:
the lands or having bona-fide ob- contest the Florida Bankers lashed Wiley Supply 120 520 5-15 19 1
sections to the proposed transac-
tion to file their objections in this out 14 extra base hits. Royce Butts 1st Baptist 111 012 0- 6 15 4
office. Any claim or objections went 5 for 5 with four doubles, Bozeman and Davis; Kochevar,
should be filed, with evidence that Joe Davis went 4 for 5 with two Rowe (1) and Seal, Gullo (5). Home
a copy thereof has been served on doubles, a triple and a home run run-Richards (Wiley Sup.)
the applicant, within 60 days from'
date of first publication indicated to lead the Bankers' offense. Big 1st Baptist 004 040 4-12 16 0
below. Gene Raffield hit an inside the Wiley Sup. 000 000 2- 2 5 3
First publication May 22, 1964. park homer to help the scoring. Kochevar and Gullo; Bozeman
Donald P. Tuesdell Daryle Strickland, "Mickey" Mur- and Davis.
Acng angerdock, Gus Griffin and Kenneth Fla. Bank 020 000 0- 2 7 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Whitfield all went 3 for 4 at the Independents 352 000 x-10 16 1
FOURTEENTH J U D IC IAL plate to lead the Wewa attack. One Dodson and Davis; Pelham and
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE of the Mick's. hits was a two run Le. Pennington.
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR homer. Fla, Bank 300 000 0- 3 8 3
GULF COUNTY, IN CHAN- Billy Barlowe, Johnny' Ray and Independents 130 110 x- 6 13. 2
MILDRER OUISE TINDELL Bobby Wiley led the attack on Dodson and Davis; Robinette,
MILDRED LOUISE TINDELL, Vitro. Barlowe went 3 for 4. Ray Pelham (7 and La. Pennington, Le.
Vs. was 2 for 4 and Wiley 2 for 3. One Pennington (7-. WP-Robinette.
LAWRENCE WOODROW TINDELL of Wiley's hits was a big three run Home runs-Nichols (Fla. Bank)
Defendant. double. Vitro was led offensively
NOTICE TO: Lawrence Woodrow and McNiel (Independents).
Tindell, whose address is: RA 14 by John Hanson and Don Lawley. and McNiel (Independents).
712 469, Hq. and Hq. Co J.C.A., John went 4 for 4 and Don 3 for 4.
Fort Ritchie, Maryland, Johnny Clenney got his first ho- This Saturday the Vitro team
On or before the 29th day of mer of the season, will take a trip to Fort Walton
June, A.D., 1964, the defendant, Once again the Mets from Vitro Beach to play the Vitro team in
Lawrence Woodrow Tindell is re- ce agan te Mets rom Vtro that ara Als this Satur ur
quired to serve upon Hon. Cecil G. were too much for the mighty that area. Also, this Saturday, our
Costin, Jr., Plaintiff's Attorney, Bankers to handle. Blair Shuford league is sending Florida Bank and
whose address is 221 Reid Avenue, and Randy McClain went 3 for 3 Wewa Bank to participate in the
Port St. Joe, Florida, a copy of and Panama City Invitational. It will
file with the Clerk of said Court, and Joe Richards was 3 for 4 to PanallCity Invitational. It will
the original of an answer to the lead the Mets attack. B. Gortman be an a ay affair so as many as
Bill of Complaint filed- against him had three hits and Junior Nichols, can, plan to attend the games and
herein. d Walter Dodson and Edward Smith lets see if one of our teams can't
WITNseal of said CourtSS my hand andt Wewahitchka, had two each to lead the Bankers bring home the trophy.
Gulf County, Florida, this 26th day hitting. The league hopes the spectators
of May, A.D., 1964. Wewa Bank, with the help of a will continue to come out on each
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE spectacular catch by Strickland, Monday and Thursday nights to
Gulf County Florida took a hard fought game from Wi- see the games. Come on out and
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-5-28 ley's Supply. With the bases load- root for the team of your choice.
ed and two men out Johnny Ray By the way, if any of you happen
to see "Mickey" Murdock around
you should congratulate him. He
joined, a very elite club Monday
night. I am sure he would apprec-
ON RU iate your interest.
p League Standings W L
N 'T Florida Bank 8 5
Wewa Bank 8 5
Vitro Services 5 8
y/7 '? f Wiley's Supply --- 5 8
AI Note: Next week batting aver-
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form ana subjectt to the conditions
L g. ig v provided in the Information for
l nAttention of bidders is particu-
Legal A dveg larly called to the requirements as
to conditions of employment to be
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Form of Bid, Form of Contract, observed and minimum wage rates
Project No. PFL.FLA-T7 APW- Plans, Specifications, andl Forms of to bidder may withdraw his bid
Fla-15GL Contract No. 2, Highland Bid Bond, Performance and Pa- within 60 days after the actual
View Water & Sewer' District. mnt Bond, and other contract dOco date of the opening thereof.
Highlew Water & SViewer Districtda. ments may be examined at the Highland View Water
Highland View, Florida following: offices of Florida En. & Sewer District
Separate sealed bids for the con- ginering Associates, Inc., at 408 Highland View, Florida
struction of 100,000 gallon elevated ItWd Avenue, Port St. Joe,. Florida. P. T. McCormick, Chmn.,
water storage tank complete with Copies may be obtained at the of- Board of Commissioners
foundations for the High apd View fice of 'Florida Engineering locat- Plans available in Dodge Rooms,
Water & Sewer District, Highland d&aat'40E8Reid Avenue, Port St.Joe, Jacksonville, Mobile and Montgom-
View, Florida will be received by Florida, Upon payment of :$15.00 ery.
The Board of Commissioners of the for each st. Any unsuccessful bid- Fla. Engineering Associates, Inc.
Highland View Water & Sewer Dis- der, upon returning such set Consulting Engineers
trict at the office of Florida Engin- promptly arid in good condition p. 0. Box 947 4t5-21
eering -Associates, Inc., 408 Reid willbe reided his payment, and Port St. Joe, Florida
Ave., Port St. Joe, Florida until any non-bidder upon so returning
3:00 o'clock P.M., E.S.T., 26th day such a- set -wl be refunded$10.0 T RT OF
of June, 1964, and then at School The ownerreserves the right to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Auditotitim,'Highland View, Flor, waive a Yiformalities or 'to re- THE FOURTEENTHJUDICIAL
ida, publicly opened and read ject aiy:-orbll bids. CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
aloud. Each bidder must deposit with AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
,The information for Bidders, his bid, security in the amount, In Re: Adoption of
WILLIAM ELLIS PATTERSON,
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THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO WIL-
LIAM B. PATTERSON, c/o Smith
& Smith, Attorneys at Law, 901
American Trust Building, Nashville
3, Tenn;
You are hereby notified that a
petition has been filed in said
Court by Charles W. Norton and
Caroline Ellis Norton, praying for
adoption of the minor child, Wil-
liam Ellis Patterson, and you are
required to be and appear in said
Court on Friday, June 12, 1964, and
to show cause, if you can, why said
petition should not be granted.
This order to be published for
four consecutive weeks in "The
Star", a newspaper published in
said Gulf County, Florida.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal this 12th day of May, A. D.
1964.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court
(SEAL) 4t-5-14
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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Project No. PFL-FLA-70 APW-
Fla-15GL Contract No. 3 Highland
View Water & Sewer District.
Highland View, Florida
Separate sealed bids for the con-
struction of water distribution
minug, office building, and water
treatment facilities for the .igh-
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, 408
Reid Ave., Port St. Joe, Florida
lntil 1:00 o'clock P.M., E.S.T., 26th
day of June, 94, and then at
School Auditorium, ighland View
Florida, publicly opened and rea.
aloud,
The Information for Bidders,
Form of Bid, Form of Contract,
Plans, Specificat0ons, and Forms 0f
Bid Bond, Performance d Wa
ment Bond, and other contract doe-
ments may be examined at the
allowing; offices of Florida Engn-


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SDelta Kappa Gamma Officers


DELTA ;KAPPA- GAMMA OFFICERS-The picture above was taken
on May 16 at the Dixie Sherman Hotel, Panama City, at the cele-
bration of Founder's Day luncheon meeting of the Delta Kappa
.Gamma Society. This organization, founded, in 1929 in Austin,
Texas,, is; the largest organized-group of women educators- in the
world with 83,000 members in 1700. chapters. Pictured above, left
to rightare:1 Mrs.' Lila S. Brouillette,. Port-St. Joe, President of the
new Beta -Beta Chapter; Mrs. EstelleeRiddle,, Graceville, President
of; Phi Chapter; .Mrs. Addie Lewis, Valpariso, -State President of
Delta Kappa Gamma:. Society and,-Mrs.;Thelma Coggins, Chipley,
Chairmanof -Expansion, The Phi Chapter.


MissiHannon ReceivesiCollge Degree
Connie Dianna'annon of Port St. 'Gonsti-tution :Dr., -Port, St. Joe. De-
Joe, is a candidate for an Associ- grees will be conferred by Dr. Sey-
ate in Arts degree from Stephens mour A. Smith, president of the
College. She is the daughter of Mr. College, on approxmiately 715 stud-
and Mrs. Frank Hannon of 1302 ents in the 131st. graduating class
at Stephens in Commencement ex
ercises at 9 a.m. Monday, May 25
At the 1964 Commencement exer
cises Stephens College also will
confer Bachelor of Fine Arts de
grees in Music, Dance, Theatr
Arts and Fashion Degign on 2~
young women,
Baccalaureate service will b
S Sunday morning with Dr. David A
MacLennan, former professor a
'Yale University -Divinity Schoo
and now minister, Brick Presby
W terian Church, Rochester, N. Y. as
speaker. A Comenenemenot lunch
e-n O- gampps nd a concert by
--Otephens Music students will fol
low. Evening Prayer services wil
be held Sunday night in the Cha


eering Associates, In., at 400 1 id
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida.
Copies may be obtained at the
office of Florida Engineering As-
pociates, nc.,- located 4 408 Reid
Avenue, 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 infformalities 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-
Fa. Engineering .Associates, In,
Consulting Engineers
P. 0. Box 947 4t.--2t
Port St. Joe, Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FTLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY.
CORA LEE THOMAS, )
Plaintiff, )
-vs- )
ROOSEVELT THOMAS, )
Defendant. )
NOTICE TO ROOSEVELT THOM-
AS, WHOSE ADDRESS IS UN-
KNOWN:
On or before the 12th day of
June, A. D. 1964, the Defendant,
poosevelt Thomas, is required to'
serve upong"S .a R. $tne, Plain-
tiff's Attorney, whose address I1
321 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of, and file with
the Clerk of this Court the original
of, an answer to the Complaint for
divorce filed against him herein.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court at Wewahitchka, Gulf
County, Florida, this the 12th day
of May, A. D. 1964.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court
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REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister

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