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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 11, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

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


TwIENMTV-cCVMTIur VSAR


Health Doctor Presents


Budget For New Year


Dr. Willa Dean Lowery told the
County Board Tuesday that she had
prepared her 1965 budget for op-
eration of the Gulf County Health
Department and was presenting it
for approval of the Board.
Dr. Lowery explained that her
budget, as does all budgets using
state money as partial operating
capital begins in July. For this rea-
son it is necessary for her to pre-
sent her budget early.
The new budget included an in-
crease in salary for all members
of her department as set out by
the state Merit System.
The County Board will take a
look at next year's budget antici-
pations next Monday night and see


if the increase can be granted.
Indigent Funds Gone
Along the money lines, Clerk of
the Court, George Core advised the
Board Tuesday, that welfare money
was depleted in the County bud-
get, with still many items to be
paid. Core said that of $7,000 pro-
vided at the first of the year, only
$476.75 is left. Last month, this
fund expended $787.00.
On hand to be paid are several
hospital bills, one funeral bill, and
a net of two new persons were
placed on the monthly payment
rolls Tuesday.
The Board instructed Clerk Core
to continue making the payments
and take necessary funds from the
reserve and contingencies fund.


Anticipation of an end of the ing the night. The plant office
four-week-old United Mine Work- manager also had his home hit by


ers' strike against Michigan Chem-
ical Corporation here were put off
again 1liday night when a vote
by union members rejected the
company's second proposal of the
week.
A week of peace from incidents
resulting from the strike also came
to an abrupt halt when gunfire
into homes -of company', manage-
ment personnel early Saturday
morning culminated a night-long
program of harassment.
Bob Vervaeke, plant manager,
reported. to law cnforcpment offi-
cials that a bullet shattered the
back window of his automobile and
struck the garage door of his home
while two plant foremen reported
gunfire aimed into their homes dur-


Last Rites for

Mrs. C. M. Palmer
Funeral services were held for
Mrs. C. M. Palmer, age 80 from the
Long Avenue Baptist Church at
10:00 a.m. Friday. Officiating was
the pastor, Rev. J. C. Odum assist-
ed by Rev. C. Byron Smith, pastor
of the First Baptist Church; the
Rev. T. S. Harris, pastor of the
First Methodist Church and Rev.
Norris of Atlanta.
Mrs. Palmer passed away Wed-
nesday of last week at noon in the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.
She had suffered a stroke at 6:30
Wednesday morning and rushed to
the Hospital, wherejshe passed
away. -
Survivors included 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.; and one son, H. C. Pal-
mer of Atlanta, Ga.
Graveside services were held at
the Midway Cemetery near Meigs,
Ga., at 4:00 p.m. Friday afternoon
with the Rev. Graves of Cordele,
Ga., assisting the above ministers.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments,


the shotgun marauders.
Shotgun pellets sprayed the
homes of Tom Freeman and Bill
Merchant also during the night and
early morning hours.
At the beach home of Jerry Stro-
bel, the shotgunners took their
time and pumped five shotgun
blasts into the Strobel home. Some
of the pellets went into an area
of the home where Strobel's chil-
dren normally sleep. They were not
in the room the night of the shoot-
ing.
'The other three homes had pe*Il-
lets sprayed at their cars and gar-
ages.
Local police officers and the
Gulf County Sheriff's Department
are investigating the shootings as-
sisted by the Bay County Sheriff's
Department, but no afles'ts'had
been made at press time yesterday
afternoon.
This week Michigan Chemical
Corporation posted a $1,000 re-
ward for information leading to
the arrest and conviction of the
ones who did the shooting.


Asks Permit for

ras Franchise
Dan Martin presented a petition
bearing 116 names of Highland
View residents to the County Board
Tuesday requesting that Martin be
granted a franchise to install a
natural gas system in Highland
View.
The County Attorney, D. C, Gas-
kin, advised that in order to secure
a franchise, Martin would have to
present plans and specifications
for the system, plus a map of the
area to be served and put up a
cash bond.
"Even then," Gaskin said, "the
county cannot give an exclusive
franchise.

Support the City's notice to
clean up empty lots and help
keep our city beautiful.


Other'--Than discussion as to lo- request objections to the move and
cation of the Gulf County court- go through the steps of granting
house, Tuesday night's city com- the relief.
mission didn't do much in the way e re L .
RVO r P bl*I


of business. '
The Board heard a request from
Bob Holland, local builder for re-
lief from the city zoning code on
Ninth Street.
Holland said his company was in
the process of enclosing the car-
port of a home on Ninth Street
when they were informed that the
construction was a violation of the
zoning ordinance. Holland asked
that the ordinance be waived since
construction was already under
way.
The Board stated they would


oad ro iV uii
Bob Fox, manager of the Glidden
Company asked for some repairs to
the road leading in to the Glidden
plant, since it was dangerous for
truck traffic and needed repair.
The Board stated that the road
was not a dedicated road and was
on private land, therefore the city
could do nothing about it. They
did offer to do what they could to
repair that portion of the Glidden
Road that was public road.
Wants To Move House
M. K. Hurlbut asked for permis-


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA,


Sheriff Puts On

New Deputies
Sheriff Byrd E. Parker announc-
ed Tuesday that he has employed
a new full-time deputy sheriff. He
has advanced James C. Graves, for-
merly county jailer,-to the position
of full deputy.
The sheriff also presented bonds
to the County Board Tuesday in
the amount of $1,000 each for spe-
cial deputies he has hired to po-
lice the Michigan Chemical Corp-
oration strike. He gave the names
of special deputies as: Jake High-
smith, Harvey Watson, William E.
Whittington, Edward E. Wright,
G. W. Knight, and Herman F. Mc-
Calvin.


Racing Causes

Wreck At Beach
One car turned over on State
Road 30-A near Money Bayou
Beach as a result of racing with
another car, according to K. E.
Murphy.
The Trooper stated that at 6:45
p.m. Sunday afternoon two autos,
one driven by Calvin Starlin Pryor


sion to move a two story house
to lot 22, block 1018 for rental pro-
perty.
Clerk Williams said the house
met zoning restrictions, so permis-
sion was granted.
Asks Drainage Relief
Weylon Graham and T. C. Smith
appeared before the Board request-
ing drainage relief for the middle
of the block on Eighth Street be-
tween Long and Woodward Ave-
nues. They complained that water
from both ends of the street drain-
ed back to the middle and flooded
the lots in the middle of the block.
Street Superintendent P. W. Pet-
ty was instructed to try and reme-
dy the complaint.


THURSDAY JUNE 11, 1964


NUMBER 39


We Have It -Now What To Do With It


Views Given On


Courthouse Sites


Now that the Gulf County Seat
has been moved to Port St. Joe,
the big discussion now is where to
put the courthouse.
Many different opinions were of-
fered Monday afternoon at a public
hearing discussion held by the
County Commission at the Port St.
Toe City Hall.
One location site,, offered by W.
L. Burkett was that parcel of land
between Constitution Park and Oak
Grove.
This site was ruled out since it
is designated in the City's zoning


ordinance as some of the best resi-
dential property in town.
Commissioner Leo Kennedy sta-
ted that in his opinion, after talk-
ing to several citizens that the
courthouse building should go in
the City Park across from the St.
Joe Motel.
Other suggestions were in the
area of the Forrest Park on Fifth
Street.
The meeting began on a note
of whether it was legal or not.
B. Roy Gibson, Jr., asked the
Beard who had called the meeting
and if proper notice had been pub-
lished of the meeting. Commission-
er Kennedy said that the meeting
was not official and that a notice
wasn't necessary.
Lawrence BisseLt stated that the
only notice given for the public to
express its opinion was a radio no-
tice the same day and if the Board
was to use the opinions from the
meeting to draw an official opinion
as to where the courthouse should
be placed, then prop-_ notice
should be given. He stated that
proper notice, as defined by law, is
notice in a newspaper.
But, the Board decided to go and
hold the meeting with the under-
standing that no definite decision
should be made as a result of the
Monday discussion,
Jake Belin observed that the
Board would get dozens of opin-
ions before a site is selected and


Attorney Says It's

Legal for Board to

Meet In Wewa
A point of legality was brought
up and an opinion offered by the
county attorney, David C. Gas-
kin at Tuesday's meeting.
At the opening of the regular
meeting, Chairman James Mc-
Daniell asked Gaskin if the Coun-
ty Board could legally transact
the County's business in Wewa-
hitchka since it had designated
Port St. Joe as the county seat
at a meeting held Monday, June
1.
Gaskin gave the opinion that
the Board could still meet in
Wewahitchka until such time as
a new courthouse is built in Port
St. Joe.


Mother of Former

Resident Dies
Mrs. Julia Morrison Buttram, of
Quincy, died Tuesday. She is sur-
vived by three sons, Wayne Butt-
ram, of Quincy and formerly of
Port St. Joe; Glenn Buttram, Au-
burn, Ala.; Worth Buttram, Dallas,
Texas; two daughters, Miss Blanche
Buttram of Marianna and Mrs. Fay
Lawrence of Auburn, Ala.
Other survivors include brothers
and sisters: Mrs. Ruth Steele,
Crestview; Mrs. B. Nobles, Flor-
ala, Ala.; Mrs. Lillian Belcher, Lau-
rei fU;11,. u'i-1vAff-;- d .-F


rel Hill; Tomm Morrison, also of
pointed out that some zoned areas Lr H n u Morrison of
m H n h ill Tn hg Morrison of


a,4y aj v t o. ve.- o.-"n ie u. v o ve e
that the city limits may need ex-
tending to find suitable property.
Belin went on to suggest that the
Board meet with the City Commis-
sion and look at possible sites and
study their zone classifications,
area, etc., and see what land is
available for sale. Then the Board
can pick several sites that can be
had and then hold a public meet-
ing.
Mayor Frank Hannon offered an
invitation to the Board to meet
with the City Commission Tuesday
night and discuss the matter.


Board Discusses

Voting Machines
A brief discussion was held by
the County Board Tuesday in re-


of Port St. Joe and the other driv- gards to the purchase of voting
en by Jesse Dawson, Jr., of Port machine for Gulf County.
St. Joe, lined up with each other Commissioner A. J. Strickland
on the highway to race. As they stated that the county had voted
gathered speed, the two cars rub- to buy the machines several years
bed sides and the car driven by ago but had not done so because
Pryor went out of control. The au- of the expense involved. Each ma-


to left the highway on the right
side, traveled 252 feet, crossed the
pavement traveled 63 feet and
turned over on its top.
There were six passengers and
the driver in the overturned car.
The occupants of the car were un-
hurt,
Murphy charged both drivers
with reckless driving.

SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR


chine at that time cost in the
neighborhood of $3,000.
Strickland said that he would
like for the Board to consider try-
ing to fit the purchase of machines
in the new budget.


Home Damaged

By Fire Sunday

Two fires this past Sunday kept
the Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Department on the run.
Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gid-
dious caught fire and called the
department to action.
The fire was contained in the
rear of the home with only bed-
room damaged by fire. Extensive
damage by water and smoke also
was suffered by the home.
Sunday afternoon at 1:00 p.m.
the fire department was called to
Beacon Hill where a woods fire
was threatening several homes.
The fire department stood by
the threatened homes until the
Florida Forest Service could arrive
on the scene and plow fire lines
around the burning woods and re-
move the danger of the blaze
spreading to the homes.
-'
A doctor says that eating a
grapefruit combats the heat and
we think other showers do the
same thing.


Panama City.
Funeral services 'for Mrs. Julia
Morrison Buttram, who died Tues-
day, will be held today at 11:30,
EST at Florala, Ala.


County, City Talks


Of Location Spot


Tuesday night, four members of
the County Commission; James G.
McDaniel, Leo Kennedy, Walter
Graham and S. C. Player met with
the City Commission to discuss a
location for the new Gulf County
courthouse, which is to be built in
Port St. Joe.
County Commission chairman Mc-
Daniel expressed to the City Board
a desire of the Commission to fol-
low the zoning ordinance of Port
St. Joe and not disrupt the city's
plan for zoning types of buildings
and residences in certain areas.
McDaniel asked what area of the
City is currently zoned so that a
courthouse will fit in the scheme
of the zone plan.
Mayor Hannon reported that all
of the area from First to Sixth
Street and fro.i Garrison Avenue
to the water's edge is zoned for
such construction.


ro


William W. Garrett Each of the City Commissioners
vvWiliamW a e V. re were asked to make a preference

Retires from Land Co. as to where they would like the
courthouse placed.
William W. Garrett, bridge fore- Commissioner I. C. Nedley said
man with the St. Joe Unit of the he would like to see the building
Woodlands Division SJPC, retired placed between Woodward and
last week after fifteen years of Garrison Avenues to the North of


Fifth Street. This would give the
courthouse entrance a view of the
City's Forrest Park and the jail
could be built to the rear of the
building facing the railroad
tracks.
Nedley offered a second sugges-
tion of the corner North of Garri-
son Avenue on Fifth Street.
Commissioner Smith said he
would like to see the building on
Fifth Street no further out than
Garrison Avenue.
Mayor Hannon asked how much
land the courthouse would need,
since architect Norman P. Gross
was in attendance at the meeting.
Gross stated that plans were not
far enough along as yet, but that
he would suggest from eight to 10
acres of land.
Chairman McDaniel thanked the
City Commission for taking up a
good portion of their meeting for
this discussion and again stated
that the County will try to fit the
courthouse in with future plans of
the city.


service with the company.
Mr. Garrett is the father of Neal
Garrett, projector operator at the
Port Theatre and Glen, a psy-
cologist employed by the state at
Raiford. A third son, Pat, lost his
life in the Korean War.
Active in civic and church af-
fairs "Uncle Bill" will continue to
live in the Highland View Com-
munity.


Car Overturns On Highway 98
Miss Nellie Clark, of Port St. too close to the passing car and


Joe, lost control of a Volkswagen
bus last Thursday afternoon 1.6
miles West of Highland View and
overturned, according to Highway
Patrolman K. E. Murphy.
According to Murphy, Miss Clark
was driving toward Port St. Joe
when her bus was passed by an-
other auto. She .whipped her ma-
chine closer to the right of the
road when she realized she was


lost control of the bus. The bus
rolled over on its side on the high-
way.
Murphy estimated that Miss
Clark was traveling at about 50
miles per hour.
Miss Clark and a passenger, Ker-
.ri Erwin, were taken to the Muni-
cipal Hospital for examination but
were released, unhurt.
No charges were filed.


THE BELL-
SHANNEY MEN
-Pictured to the
right is a group of
folk singers who
will appear at the
High School Au-
ditorium Saturday
night.
They are, left to
right: Winston
Jones, Gene Stev-
ens, Lee Smith,
Jim N i c o demus
and Jack Peterson.
The group is be-
ing sponsored by
the Port St. Joe
High School Band.


Bellshanny Men Will Present "Hoot"


To Raise Funds For High School Band

The Bellshanny Men, a folk song musicians. ida. Mr. and Mrs. Jones are the
group, from Salt Lake City, Utah, The Bellshanny Men include parents of "Win" Jones, Jr., who
are in our city and will favor the Winston Jones, Jr., who plays bon- plays the bongo drums. The entire
community with a first rate "Hoot" go drums; Gene Stevens, guitar; group are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
concert this Saturday night, June Jack Peterson, guitar and Lee Mark Tomlinson, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
13, beginning at 8:00 p.m. The per- Smith who plays the bull fiddle, man Dean and Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
formance will be held in the High The Bellshanny Men are presently gan Jones, of Port St. Joe.
School Auditorium and will be under recording contract with the' All who are interested in sup
sponsored by the Port St. Joe High Arthur Godfrey Show. They have'porting the high school band and
School Band. Admission will be 50c. been presented three times on his hearing this talented group are
A "Hoot" may be defined as a network radio shows. The record- uiged to attend this program Sat-
performance by a single group. A ings of .the group are distributed urday.
hootenannyy" is a performance by by United Artists. Nou will be assured of hearing
several participating units. So, Port Mr. and Mrs. Winston Jones, a fine professional folk singing
St. Joe will have a "Hoot" by this and the Bellshanny Men arc enjoy- group perform at a very nominal
highly talented group of young ing a well earned vacation in Flor- admission charge.


MONEY TALKS-Lets keeP
It where we can speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchants


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Strike Settlement Marred



By New Wave Of Violence


Several Items Of Business Come


Before City Board Tuesday Night


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Long Avenue ( I Faith Bible Church
Circles To Meet Pluws Bible Schooi


Opening Times
Sun. 2:45 p.m.
Sat. 12:45 p.m.
Mon.-Fri..... -...--- 4:45 p.mn.

Thursday Friday


Circles of the Long Avenue Bap-
tist WMU will meet next week in
circles as follows:
Circle No. 1 will meet Monday
at 9:30 a.m. with Mrs. Inez Huck
eba at 801 Marvin Ave.
Circle No. 2 meeting place and
time will be announced.
Circle No. 3 meets Tuesday at
4:00 p.m. with Mrs. George Mc-
Lawhon at 1200 Monument Ave.
Circles No. 4 and 5 will meet
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. with Mrj.
Gene Fowler on Long Avenue.
Circle No. 7 time and meeting
place, will be announced.

A Parable That
Applies Even Today


f lu RIM' I'V By Rev. J. A. Blackwell
Pastor, Church of the Nazarene
*METRO This is a narration, based on the
"w I*C .OLOR gospel of St. Luke, chapter 8:1-15.
-_--- ----a "A sower went out to sow his
seed: And as he sower, some fell
Saturday Only in the school house; And entered
.. into the mind and hearts of the
students. And the foul atheist pro-
-'' '- tested. And went to the Supreme
Court, and they declared it un-
I constitutional.
S AVA E "And some fell on other public
Spaces, and withered away; because
SUIV it lacked the moral support of the
public.
CHARD BASEHART.AI COLPAQI'fA I "And some fell among thorns of
political issues. And for fear of
losing a seat in Washington, D. C.,
They let the political issues choke
STEPHE it out.
8TEPEEN | "And other seed fell on good
BOTD ground, and brought forth some
red blooded American protest from
men and women who value moral
principles of more importance,
than politics.
Now the parable is this:
"The seed is the Bible. Those by
the way side are they that hear.
Then came one or two atheists and
protests, and the Supreme Court
decreed that it was unlawful to
have Bible reading in the school,
less they hear and learn about
God's divine law.
"And they on the rock are they
DAVMIDC WmMA MMWEaP which must be careful that they
don't lose party support. And they
SULNDAY. MONDAY fall away when pressure is ap-
rUSDAY plied.
"And they which fell among
thorns, are they which must stay
neutral, so God, and state will
have nothing to do with each other.
So they pass by on the other side.
"And they on good ground are
they which have a profound rever-
ence for the word of God, having
recognized that 186 years ago, the
basic principles of our great Con-
stitution were based on the divine
laws of the Holy Bible."
"And Ezra opened the book in
the sight of all the people; For he
was above all the people. And
when he opened it, "All the peo-
Sple stood up". The above quota-
tion from Nehemiah 8:5.
DAVID NIVEN PETER SEUMS Join me in this prayer: "Almigh-
ROBERT WAGNER .CA.UCINE ty God. Give us men of leadership,
,MlcLORt W ,,M* m~ Mm like Moses, men of reverence for
God, and the Bible, like Ezra. Men
Enjoy a Good Movie Today! of wisdom, like Solomon. Women
of courage, like Esther.


Pate's Service Center


The Rev. Livingston Blauvelt,
pastor of the Faith Bible Church,
wishes to announce their Vacation
Bible School will meet June 15-19
from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. The
central meeting place at 9:00 a.m.
will be at the home of Mrs. Mc-
Clain Elder at 1310 Long Avenue.
After the opening exercises, the
children will be taken to other
homes for instruction and craft
work.
There will be three classes-the
Pre-schoolers, age 4-6, will be
taught at the home of Mrs. E. M.
Godfrey at 209 16th St.; the Pri-
maries, grades 1-3, will be taught
at the home of Mrs. James Yadon
at 410 16th St.; the Juniors, grades
4-6, will be taught at the home of
Mrs. C. R. Lamberson at 143 West-
cott Circle.
The theme of the Bible School is
"Around the World With Christ."
As many children as can be ac-
commodated will be accepted.
For further information, call the
pastor, 229-1223.


Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Owen H. Golden
of .Estpoint, wish to announce the
engagement and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Hellen Eli-
zabeth, to George Allen Turnage,
of Port St. Joe and Kenston, North
Carolina, on Saturday, June 20 at
two o'clock in the afternoon at the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints, in Eastpoint.
The reception will immediately
follow the ceremony in the recrea-
tion hall of the church.
All friends of the bride, and
groom and their respective famil-
ies are cordially invited to attend
the wedding and the reception.


)CHIWLDRF-'S LIBPAV
ADDING NLW O.,


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'btr Bt. iccpii w [i: io 'J. 0 OSC
brary is adding new books to the Two cars collided on Highway 98
shelves every week. at St. .Joe Beach Monday afternoon
Children are invited to come in at 2:15 p.m. resulting in approxi
and browse around or take a good lately $300 damages.
book home. According to Highway Patrolman
Library hours at 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. K. E. Murphy, Mrs. Sandra Lee
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Parker was driving an auto follow-
ing another machine driven by


Auto Narrowly Misses
Boy At Mexico Beach
A small boy narrowly missed be-
ing hit by an automobile Monday
afternoon of this week, according
to Trooper Ken Murphy of the
Florida Highway Patrol.
Robert Kirbv, Jr., of Pensacola
was traveling West on U.S. 98 near
the Wayside Park at Mexico Beach
when the small boy ran in front
of his car. Kirby applied his brakes
and skidded into a car parked at
the Wayside Park, owned by R. T.
Blanks of Nashville, Tenn.. doing
approximately $500.00 damage.
Murphy estimated that Kirby
was traveling at about 50 mph and
charged him with speed too great
for conditions.

EDUCATIONAL STUDY
COMMITTEE WILL MEET
There will be a meeting of the
County Educational Study Com-
mittee, Thursday, June 11 at the
Port St. Joe High School at 7:00
p.m. All interested are urged to
attend,

VITRO WIVES CLUB
WILL MEET JUNE 16
The regular monthly meeting of
the Vitro Wives will be held at the
home of Maydeil Pettis on Marvin
Avenue June 16, at 7:30 p.m.
All Vitro wives are invited to
attend.


Danny E. Barrow of St. Joe Beach.
Barrow slowed to turn into a side
street and was struck from the
rear by Mrs. Parker's auto.


THURSDAY JUNE 11, 1964
(). M. Taylor. served lemon, coco-


Golden Agers Meet nut and peach pie with cold drinks.
iEveryone expressed a wonderful
The Golden Agers met Monday time.
at the Stac House. Mrs. E. H. Van- The next meeting will be on
Landingham, president, opened the June 1.5 at the Stac House. All-
meeting with prayer and the secre- members are urged to attend and
tary-treasurer, Mrs. Pattie Gibson anyone interested in joining or
read the minutes and called the visiting are welcome.
roll. --
Mrs. Calla Perritt entertained Visiting Parents
the group with a contest and Mr. and Mrs. Sammy J. Huie of
games. Winner of the word con-: San Diego, California are visiting
test was Mrs. Gibson. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hostesses, Mrs. Gibson and Mrs. A. W. Thomas and Marvin Huie.


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For information leading to the Arrest and Conviction of the

Person or Persons responsible for shooting into the homes

and automobiles of Michigan Chemical Corp. employees.



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THURSDAY JUNE 11, 1964


Softball News Round Up
Here we are with the softball Tournament but neither of the
round-up. Saturday was not a very teams was able to bring home the
good day for our teams. Vitro tra- trophy.
veled to Eglin AFB only to be dci- On the local picture, however,
feated 7-6. Also on Saturday, Floe- we had Florida Bank and Vitro
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ply offense with three hits. He
was helped by Ray, Davis, Dodson
and Barlowe with two hits each.
Bob Munn had his first homer of
the season for Wiley's. Joe Davis
hit his fifth homer for the Bank-
ers. Ernst, McClain, Shuford, Rich-
ards and Hudson combined for 12
hits to lead the Vitro attack, which
coupled with a fine defense, re-
corded the first shutout of the
year, Wewa mustered only four '
hits, one each by Strickland, Grif-
fin, Brown and B. Smith. Joe Rich-
ards had his seventh homer of the
year.
TOP TEN BATTERS
(35 at bats)
AB Hits Avg.
Nance, D. ---------35 21 .600
Shuford, B. 45 26 .578
Costin, J.---------44 24 .545
Raffield, G. ------51 26 .509
Davis, J. ---------39 19 .489
Nichols, J. ....... 47 21 .477
McClain, R. ___-__ 51 .23 .451
Barlowe, B. ------38 17 .448
Murdock, W. -- 56 -25 .446
Richards, J. ...-.. 45 20 .444
HOME RUN LEADERS
Richards, J. 7
Davis, J. 5
Griffin, G. 4
Murdock, W. 4
LEAGUE STANDINGS
(June 8, 1964)
Team W L
Florida Bank 10 5
Wewa Bank 8 7
Vitro Mets 7 8
Wiley's Supply ----------5 10

BOWLING

NEWS
By ZELA ADAMS
Anybody in the vicinity of the
Bowling Lanes Thursday morning
might have thought there were jets
passing over, but it was only us
gals thundering down the alleys
to some fine finishes.
Lanes 1 and 2 saw Team No. 3
take two and a half from Team
No. 4 (Faithful Four) Evelyn
Smith had high game (171) and
high series (490) for Team No. 3
followed by Aline Abrams 391 ser-
ie sand 160 game. Norma Zeigler
was high for the Faithful Four
with a 485 series followed by 350
for Eva Brooks.
Lanes 3 and 4 are probably still
scorched from the hot! bowling
done on Thursday, Amison's and
Econ-o-wash split two and two
with some tough competition.
Mary Brown bowled a 250 game for
a 541 series and I imagine that
makes some of the men envious.
Lois Smith turned in a 494 series
and Ann Whittle came through
with a 404. In one game those four
girls (Mary, Lois, Ann and Verna)
had a total of 727 pins and that's
some mighty fine bowling. Diane
Aycock came through for the
Econ-o-wash girls with a 198, 165
and 124 for a 487 series, followed
by Sue Moore's 453 and Barbara
Harsch's 430. The. loss of those
two games leaves Econ-o-wash a
half. game behind the first place
team.
On alleys 5 and 6 the Rocketts
(Team No. 1) took over first place
by clinching all four on a forfeit.
Mary Harrison turned in a great
500 series with games of 192, 156
and 152. She was followed by Ruby
Lucas' 392.
The feature team for this week
is Team No. 3. This team has Aline
Abrams as captain with Lois Faulk,
Evelyn Smith and Alice Machen.


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there is o lot of bare area in be- surface, or the soil may have been
tween. packed too tightly by heavy equip-
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takes on an opposite meaning in ing the grass.
lawn care. It means that you can Try loosening the soil with a
tease the lawn into covering nude it is eaiser to hire this brow-sweat-
earth with strips of sod. ing chore out to a well-muscled
laborer.
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up a badly worn lawn or even strains of bermuda and zoysias re-
start a new lawn. Summer rains spond favorably to one-half to one
and warm temperatures promote inch mowing. The common bermu-
rapid growth. da does better if kept at one inch.
With average luck-along with St. Augustine generally loolps
work-you can get an outdoor car- best when cut about two inches,
pet laid without bare spots before and centipede and carpet grasses
winter, will thrive if kept one to two inch-
So, if you have grass to plant, do es high.
it now. Frequency of mowing is just as
Start the lawn by either sod, important as height of cut. Some
plug or seed. Sod is the immediate authorities say never cut more:than
answer to a ground cover, but cost one-half inch of grass per mowing.
more than other methods, rolling tool that has spike-like dig-
Plugs take only a fraction of gers. If neighbors don't have one
grass as compared with sod. Sprig- that you can borrow, rent one from
going takes eyen less grass and is the local garden supply store,
quite economical on 4 4oit- .ur- If the soil is packed as hard as a I
self budget. brick floor, you are in trouble. Try
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pede, and carpet are sprigged on dig in, then try a grub hoe or a
eight to 12 inch centers. Slower, pick,'
growing zoysiagrass should be Unless you are in "mountain
sprigged on four to six inch cen- climbing". condition and have
ters, according to University of hands as caloused-as the -minds J
Florida Experiment Station turf of the neighbors who, refused to
experts. loan you the dirt loosening tools, t
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On sandy soil leave the mowed ing contractor who has several con-
clippings where they fall, but on tracts in the panhandle area of
muck-type, or rich soil it is best to Florida has won approval of its
remove the debris. Too heavy a
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lawn diseases. for a trupkilg company to haul
Keeping the soil moist in be- building materials needed on jobs
Keeping the si moist in be in the Gulf County area.S
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Lawns may be watered any time Boyett Hauling Co., of Quincy, was i
Lawns may be watered any time awarded the temporary certificate
of the day during summer. But, awarded the temporary certificate t(
of the dayduring summer. But, at the request of Coggin and Deer-
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if they don't put the grass to sleep
in a wet bed.
The main thing is to water lawns
carefully and avoid puddling.
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month, Inc., nolders of large con-
tracts on West Florida highways.
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Commission that the certificate
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west of and including Taylor and
Jefferson Counties.
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daughters of Dr. and Mrs. Wayne
Hendrix, are spending the month
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


THURSDAY JUNE 11, 1964


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY ..... Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
DIAL 227-3161 POSTOFFICE Box 308
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.

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Thic spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word ie thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con-
vinces. The spoken word is lost; the spoken word remains.


Editorial


There was a movie once entitled, "Bad Day At Black
ck" in which an incident took place akin to mob violence,
at cast a pall on the town and damaged its good name.
Early Saturday morning was Port St. Joe's "Bad Day
Black Rock".
It hardly seems believable in a small town like Port St.
e a friendly town, an amiable town, a law-abiding
wn that mob madness could take over. Yet events
nnected with the strike at Michigan Chemical Corporation
s camt this pall upon Port St. Joe.
The most dastardly of these acts was the shooting in
e early dawn into three homes in Port St. Joe and one
me on the beach, by person or persons unknown, who hit
d run, like a thief in the night.
This and other acts of violence and terrorism have char-
terized the strike.
We realize that, by and large, the strikers are good up-
anding citizens and it is a shame they have to bear the
igma of shame caused by a few but'the fact remains
at some of their number, apparently, are not the upstand-
g citizens they would appear to be and offer as evidence
this fact their acts of lawlessness.
Strikes are a part of collective bargaining. An unde-
rable part for both parties, but a part nevertheless.
Violence such as has been perpetrated, even though by
obably only a few persons, is nothing short of criminal
ts.
We believe the union rank and file member should
hor and try to prevent these acts just as other citizens in
e city. And, too, we think it is part of their responsibility
try and find out who is committing these crimes.

Disastrous Effect

These abhorrent acts of violence have had their effect
I the entire city. Various groups in the city have spent
good deal of time and money to build a good name and rep-
ation for our city. This reputation has been built by labor
id management alike. These acts of irresponsibility have
irn down these walls of respectability.
These acts of violence have already cost our city two
aall industries. What effect they will have on our future
nly time will tell. But certainly it cannot be good.
Who Is To Blame?

Who is to blame for these acts?
We have had strikes here before and there was not such
olence. This same union has struck before without vio-
nce.
Then, why now? What is the reason?
We think the reason lies in the fact that violence was
expected. Two instances happened right on the heels of
ne another without the perpetrators being discovered. This
Access led to other instances in all probability by some
the same persons. These perpetrators have yet to be
covered. In two instances of violence between strikers
id/or sympathizers and others, arrests have been made
cause the participants were known by both sides of the
tercations and charges made.
In truth most of the serious offenses have occurred out-
de Port St. Joe's City Limits. With the notable exception
Friday night and Saturday morning standing up head
ad shoulders above other violence as the worst of the vio-
nce.
Carrying a company-union disagreement to the families
those involved on either side, is inexcusable It is bar-
nric. It is not the sort of behaviour that goes along with a
vilized town.
Much damage to our prestige as a city has been done
this one irresponsible and dangerous act alone.
In our opinion, the union could do much to repair its
rage, damaged by a few, by striving with all possible means
bring this strike to an end as soon as possible this
eek if possible.
Give a little it won't hurt. The company has given
me. Meet them half way. Then, as a body, join with us
repairing our image. We cannot afford the high price
manded by unbridled lawlessness.


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OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper,
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Everything for the office. The Star,
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TOP SALESMAN WANTED
International Life, a member of
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room home with large den at JNCLAIMED REPAIRS: We have
1610 Long Avenue. Call Benton 3 Singer Sewing Machines that
Hamm at 227-8262. ltp were unclaimed. Pay repair bill
14.63. These machines are in ex-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- ellent shape. Write Service Man-
ed house. 513 8th St. $40.00 mo. ger Vogue Sewing Center, 404 E.
Phone 227-8806. 2tp Wright St., Pensacola, Fla. 8tc-5-28
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house with ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
large carport. Located at 908 every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
Woodward Ave. $45.00 per month. ct Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
Phone 227-3081. 2tp-3 St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3864 for
FOR RENT: 10th St., 5 room house, tur'her information or write P. 0.
unfurnished, $35 mo. 10th St., 2 E u 535.
bedroom house furnished, $35 mo.
Long Ave., 5 room unfurnished THERE WILL BE a regular corn-
house, $40 mo. See Mrs. Nora Du- munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
ren, Phone 227-5471 or phone 229- No .111, F. & A. M., every first
2941. 2c-1-16 and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
FOR RENT: Room. Call John W. ,
Brown at 227-8541. 2tp-3
FOR RENT: Unfurnished large 2 N. G. MARTIN W M.
bedroom house. Fenced back H. L. BURGE, Secretary
yard. Nice neighbors. Phone 227- WA POST 1
~8536. -tc- THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house at ing second and fourth Tuesday
1007 Monument Ae. For informa- nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
tion call 227-5471, or 229-2941. tfc Home.
FOR RENT: One 2-bedroom furnish- R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
ad apartment. One 2-bedroom Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
uuEnunished apt. Two 1-bedroom 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
houses, furnished. Smith's Phar- companions welcome.
macy, Phone 227-5111. JOE EVANS, High Priest
JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary
FOR RENT: First floor 2 bedroom
unfurnished apartment. 228% SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
7th St. Phone 227-7761. tfc-6-11 Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097.


Card A Rama Starts


THURSDAY JUNE 11, 1964 r
ATTENTION OWNERS, AGENTS,
CUSTODIANS, LESSEES AND
OCCUPANTS OF REAL PROP-
ERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIM-
ITS OF THE CITY OF PORT ST.
JOE:
You are hereby notified that you
are required by law to cut and keep
cut to a height of not exceeding
twelve (12) inches all weeds, grass
or underbrush on any property
owned, controlled or occupied by
you in the City of Port St. Joe and
also to remove any trash, debris,
refuse, filth or other noxious mat-
ter located upon such property, and
that upon your failure to do so the
City of Port St. Joe will cause said
weeds, grass or underbrush to be
cut and such weeds, grass or under-
brush or any trash, debris, refuse,
filth or other noxious matter to
be removed from said premises and
the costs thereof assessed against
the property upon -which said
weeds, grass or underbrush or such
trash, debris, refuse, filth or other
noxious matter may be growing or
located.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
FRANK HANNON, Mayor
ATTEST:
J. B. Williams,
City Auditor and Clerk 2tc-6-11
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
City Commission of Port St. Joe
sitting as The Board of Adjustment,
according to the provisions of the
City Zoning Ordinance, will hold
a public hearing at the City Hall,
Port St. Joe. at 8:00 o'clock P. M.,
Tuesday, June 16, 1964, to deter-
.mine whether the City will author-
ize a variance from the terms of
Ordinance No. 5, being the Zoning
Ordinance of the City, for Mr. La-
mar W. Moore of Port St. Joe, re-
lating to the requirements of side
line restrictions.
J. B. WILLIAMS,
City Auditor and Clerk


' strangers ma
animals fom their ma
eaves, they were used &as
mans t9 repel both real Md
magined enemies, say Tfc
Fawcett, of Purina Pet Caf
Center, St. Louis, Mo.
If you owned a white dog i
ancient times you were eonsld-
ered lucky; if your dog was
black you were pitied. Ia fact,
in many societies black dogs
were put to death a symbols
of evil
A Welsh legend says that if
a black dog comes near the
house eo a dying man his soul is
destined for eternal torment, a
white dog's visit meant that mhi
soul would be saved. It is still
a common belief in many areas
that a dog's howl is the herald
of death..
Despite the many evil omens,
most early peoples considered
the dog a symbol of good and a
protector of men. Romans used
mosaic or painted dogs near the
entrances of their houses to
ward of evil.
One common belief today ie
that good luck will come with a
friendly stray dog.
*As in ancient times, men can
look to dogs to detect a friend
or an enemy. _

Visit With Tomlinsons
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Davis and
children, Rosalind and Alton from
St. Marys, Georgia, spent last week
end here visiting with Mrs. Davis'
sister, Mrs. Aubrey Tomlinson.


Card-A-Rama, described as
"America's most exciting money
game," opens in the local Piggly
Wiggly store Thrusday, with area
folks eligible to participate in the
$25,000 giveaway in the South Ala-
bama, Georgia, and Northwest
Florida area served by the sponsor,
Benson Wholesale Company, of
Geneva.
Invented by Beverly E. Edwards,
of Geneva, Card A Rama features
a small "machine" consisting of a
metal box with a slot in the top. A
card coded with punched holes is
inserted by the store customer.
When one winning combination
of holes is inserted, a bell rings,


signalling a one dollar winner.
The buzzer indicates a $25 win-
ner.
But when the small green light
flashes, the customer provides the
noise because she has just won
$101D payable immediately by the
cashier.
Card-A-Rama is opening in 34
stores in this area at the same
time. This marks the most exten-
sive promotion ever undertaken by
Benson Wholesale Company which
serves 68 stores near here.

Rotarians Told To
Present An image
A special guest at the Rotary
Club meeting last Thursday, was
Ellis Stevens, co-sponsored by Ro-
tary to attend Boy's State. Ellis
thanked the club for his sponsor-
ship and told the club something
of the operation of Boy's State
which is to teach young men of
the makeup of Florida's governing
bodies.
Speaker for the noon meeting
was Rotarian Lawrence Bissett, who
charged the Rotarians to discharge
the physical image of the ideal Ro-
tarian. Bissett asked the question
of self-examination, "Would you be
ashamed to have some young per-
son emulate you"?
Guests of the club were Buck
Chauncey of Apalachicola and F.
E. Trammell of Port St. Joe.
The Rotary Club will honor their
wives tomorrow night at the annual
Ladies Night party.

Visiting Hinotes
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hinote, Jr.,
and two children from Auburn,
Ala., are spending two weeks at
the beach home of the T. W. Hi-
notes. Tracy and Boyce White, bro-
thers of Mrs. Hinote, have visited
with them for several days.

On Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alligood and
daughters, left last week end to
vacation by visiting points of inter-
est in North Carolina and Tennes-
see.

Visiting McLawhons
Visiting with the George Mc-
Lawhons recently were Mr. Mc-
Lawhon's- parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. C. Petty from St. Petersbuig and
Mrs. McLawhon's sister, Mrs. Ed.
ward Duke from Easton, Pa.

Mississippi Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Fairley and
daughters are spending their vaca-
tion here in Port St. Joe on the
beach with Mrs. Fairley's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith.


Beauty Under Glass


Lovelace- Nedley

Wedding Plans
Miss Charlotte Lovelace will be-
come the bride of Mr. Robert Ned-
V7 on June 13 at the St. James
Episcopal Church at 4.30 P.M.
Serving as maid of honor will be
Miss Marian Lauder of Port St. Joe.
Bridesmaids will be Miss Barbara
Lovelace, Cocoa, Fla., sister of the
bride; Miss Carla Jean Herring,
Port St. Joe, niece of the groom;
Miss Diane Jenkins and Miss Bren-
da Hammonds, Montgomery, Ala.,
cousins of the bride. Miss Vicky
Richards, daughter of the Hubert
Richards, has been chosen as flo-
wer girl.
Tom Ford, Port St. Joe, will
stand as best man. The ushers will
include Harry Herrington, Port St.
Joe; W. L. Dawson, Orlando, Fla.;
Charles Mynard, Atlanta, Ga.; and
William Van Buskirk, Cocoa, Fla.
Bill Wall, son of the Charles Walls,
will be the ringbearer.
Invitations are being sent to out
of town guests only. All relatives
and friends of the couple are in-
vited to attend.
There will be a reception im-
mediately following the ceremony
in the Parrish House.
-

Delegates to Nat.

Harbor Congress
Robert B. Fox and Harry H.
Saunders will arrive in Washington
this week to attend the 51st Annual
National Convention of the Nation-
al Rivers and Harbors Congress.
The two are delegates to the Con-
gress.
There will be about 500 delegates
and their families from every state
in .the Union-including Puerto Ri-
co, the Virgin Islands, and other
United States possessions in at-
tendance.
The Convention will be address-
ed by several of the foremost Fed-
eral officials and State authorities.


The resuscitator purchased for
the Municipal Hospital by the Hos-
pital Auxiliary has arrived. This
nakes the second resuscitator in
use at the hospital.
The new pick-up and marking
committee for the Hospital Auxil-
iary Thrift Shop 'has set Wednes-
day morning from 9:00 to 10:30 as
thbir working hours. Anyone hav-
ing articles to donate may bring


them to the Thrift Shop at this
time or call committee members,
Mrs. Lawrence Bissett, Mrs. Bob
Faliski or Mrs. Sydney Anchors.
The Hospital Auxiliary wishes to
thank Smith's Ladies' Shophin Pan-
ama City for their recent :uohtribu-
tions to the Thrift Shop. ',
The Thrift Shop is open each
Saturday at 2:00 p.m.


In this scene from the magic show to be presented at the Gen-
eral Cigar Hall of Magic at the New York World's Fair, the girl.
in the glass box makes a startling reappearance in response to the
magical gestures of Mark Wilson, creator of the live magic show
and presiding wizard on television's "Magic Land of Allakazam."
Moments before, the girl was floating in the air under a silken
cloth. Magician Wilson whisked away the cloth. The girl was
gone. And now, again as the magical cloth is whisked away-she
.reappears!
The live magic show at the Hall of Magic runs for 10-12 min-
utes and will be presented three times an hour every day of the
Fair. One magician and" two girl assistants will handle each show.



Resuscitator Purchased for Hospital


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Grateful Thanks ...

I, wish to offer my humble thanks for the
many 'people who cast their votes in my behalf
for Coufity Tudge of Gulf County during the May
second primgry election.

I also wish to offer my sincere appreciation for
all the effort expended by my many supoprters
who worked so hard in behalf of my candidacy.


Frank Pate


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Robin Hood
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FLOUR
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Carnation
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MILK
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No. 1 Tall Can
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PINEAPPLE 0


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FIRESIDE
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PLYMOUTH BRAND
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FULL QUART JAR
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14 OZ. PKG.

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LIMIT: 1 BOX WITH $5.00 OR MORE
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Yellow Freestone
Halves
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Hair Spray
Hard to. Hold
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INq t ,V RCUT COURT OF *
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL r Gr
-., CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN VU ri
A .O erIsI AND gFOR GULF COUNTY.
AdVefi Isig In Re: Adoption of
,mBy J40 MAACWELL ,
S" O v aWIAM. ELIS PA...ERSON, b ]
FORtBIDS Flas, Specifications,- and Forms of a minor. Farm. Eorester I
-7O BW--i]e on, dt ac doe e ESTATE OF FLORIDA TO WIH,
A-70 A*---. meondand other coneaeat -eAM B. PATTERSON, c/o Smith People often ask the question,
D 2p1sihl ,urn enti omayffbe of Fored a & Smith, Attorneys at Law 901 "Well, nm.. aot a tree farmer, what
..Disteit. A."* --: A.fcs O, oan.it American Trust Building, Nashville good.'are:.th. forests to me?"


Legal
ADVERTISEMENT
Project No. -PFL-FL
Fla-15GL Contract No.
View Water & Sewer
Highland View, Flori
Separate sealed bidi
struction of 100,000 gi
water storage tankrt
foundations for -thedj
Water & Sewer Distr
View, Florida will be


rhe Board of Commissioners o0fthez {n'P ptly and in good cotiUpon
ighiand View Water & Sew refunded his pamn, afi
rict at the office of-Florida i nynIn .bidder upon sode retur
peering Associates, s Inc. W.I sh-asset will de refundedo
Ave., Port St. Joe, Florida .itil .he-,'owner reserves the right to
3:00 o'clock P.M., E.S.T., 26th day w anyinformalities or to re-
)f June, 1964, and theu at School jet any or all bids.
Auditorium, Highland View, Flor- Each bidder must deposit wit
da, publicly opened and read his bid, security in the amount,
al6ud. forBidders, form and subject to .the conditions
The information fo r Bidders, provided in the Information, for
Form of Bid, Form of Conra'c Bidders.
Attention of bidders is platiccu-
larly called to the r eqburezm-t as
"d | : to conditions of employment be
observed and minimumwag rates
IM ovel to be paid under the contract.
No bidder may withdraw his bid
TOO within 60- days-.after theec
TO O date of the oPei g thereof.
New Location Vw Waer
WHighland Vie*,o D trift
St In, R dAlO P. T. McCormWick; w=.,T
SJ. Jo R d ..U Board of Commissi oners
a d r Plans available in Dodge Room.,
aind "TV Co. Jacksonville, Mobile and Montgom-
ery.
Next Door to Cooper'S Fla. Engineering Associates,4Inc.
iBarber Sh0p Consulting Engineers
Barber Shop P. O. Box 947 .M.
Port St. Joe, Florida


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend I

Long Ave. Baptist. ChurchI

Corner Long Avenue-andU1th Street


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AM.
Morning Worship 11:00 AM.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ...-----... 7:30 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER SERVWCE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. JL C. 1DUM. Pastor 4
Air Conditioned,- Centrally Heated
1 l T I ... [ .


GOODSONWS

RADIO and V REPAIR

Admiral Emneson DuMont
Radio TV Stereo Air Codditioners
ANTENNA SYSTEMS, GOOD USED TV.s $85.00 up
SERVICE CALLS $0

Phone 7-3251 or 7-3911 Day or MNite
DAY or NIGHT
317 REID AVENUE
(Next Door Tot Telegraph Offiee)
Your Satisfaction Is Our Business -




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





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

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


! This order to be publish- .f7 -
four consecutive weeks inT'h*.'l
Star", a newspaper published.'&,j
said Gulf County, Florida. ,
WITNESS my' hand and official
seaI this 12th day of May, A. D.
1964.


(SEAL)


/Is/ GEORGE Y. CORE,.
G-ilerk Circuit Cotart-
) 4t-5-14


ADVERTISEMENT FORI;1DS *
Project No. PFL-FLA-70 W -
Fl145GL Cont*act No. 3, HIaL d
View Water & Sewer District. .
Highland View Florida
Separae seald bids for the .L '
matin, office building, and water
treatment, facilities for the High-
land View Water & Sewer District,
'Hghland View, Florida will be re.
celved by the Board of Coinmssion,
ers of the Highland View Water &
Sewer District at the office of Flor-
ida Engineering A S)8
Reid Ave., Port St. p
until 3:00 o'clock P.M. .T,' eth
day of June, 1 ._ en_; ht
A9 Auditorium, "- 4wj
-.9 ,- publiply ppe *apd l'a
aloud,
The Information for ii.tdqrs,
Form of'-Bid, Form 'of',|e ct
Plans Specifications, and.,= :b .
Bid Bond, pZformanceeo.id.a y-
ment Bond, and otherconae tdoc-
uments may be examined ati'he
following: offices of Florida ungin-
ering Associates, Inc., at gi40 nReid
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida.
Copies may be obtipd at the
office of Florida Engineering As-
jociates, Inc., located at 408 Reid
Avenue, Port St: Joe, Florida up-
n paympt O $f15.00 for ech, set.
Any unsucpessfl, bidder, upoxe-
urning such set promp.,yrta W
Stood condition, will be
'is payment, aUd any non- idder
ipon so retiring wb a set,1 1
-e refunded $10,00.
The owner reserves .the riogt to
.aive :any informalities, or teo-re-
ject any or all bids.
Each bidder must deposit with
us -bid, security in the amount,
orm4-and-ubject to..th. condtions
-rovided in the Information,: for
3idders.
Attention of bidders s t" cu-
arly calledd to the require e ntsgO
to conditions of employmentne
observedd and minimum' gtes
to be paid under the 'coact.
-No bidder may withdraw his bid
within 60 days after the- actal
date of the opjung thereof.
Highand View, Water
& Sewer District
Highland View, Florida
P. T. McCormick, Chmn.
SBoard of Commissioners
Plans a vailble in Dodge- lrs,
Jacksonville, Mobile and Moitgom-
ery.
Fla. Engineering Associates, ,Inc.
,Consulting Engineers
P. 0. -Box 947 '45-21
Port St. -Joe, Florida


I1Hi .CE CIRCUIT COURT OF
N #QtmTEENTH JUDICIAL
WlTB BSOF FLORIDA,,-IN
IR GULF COUNTY. IN
CORA LEE THOMAS, )
Plaintiff, )
1RO1ll TTHOMAS, )
N OOSBVELT THOM-
AS SF} I ADDREMS IS UN.
On or before the i2th day. of
June, A., D. 1964, the Defendant,
Roosevelt;-Thomas, is required, to
serve :upon Silas R. Stone,"-Plain-
tiff's- Attorney, whose adds Is
321 JReid Avenue, Porti, St .-Joe,
Florida, a copy of, and.'ile;with
the Clerk of this Courtithe,.oriinal
of, an answer to the-.oamplaint for
divorce filed against him herein.
WITNESS my hand 'and seal. pf
said Court at Wewatchka -Gulf
County, Florida, this the 12thday
of May, A. D. 1964.
7 GEORGE Y. GORE
(S Clerk Circuit Court
(SEAL) T f Al4


DEPARTMENT OF THE INTBMRUR
' Bureau of Land Management
NEW ORLEANS OFFICE
T-9003 Federal Office Building
P.- 0. Box., 53226
New Orleans, Louisiana 27150
Under provisions of the Rec ra-
tion and Public Purposes. --Act of
June 14, 1926 (44 Stat:t.741), as
amended June 4, 1954 (68.Sta 173;
43 U.S.C. 869; 1-4), as amended
June 23 and Sept. 21, 1959 (73
Stat. 110, 571) and Sept.13, 13, 1960
(74 Stat 899) The Florida- Outdoor
Recreational Development Council
ha&sfiled application BLM 077339
to purchase the publicland des-
cribed as Lots 2, 3, 4; Sec. 1, T. 9
S., R. 12 W., Tall. Mer. Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida for the following pur-
pose, Public Recreation-Area. The
purpose of this notice is, tallow
any person asserting a claim to
the lands or having bona-:fide ob-
jections to the proposed -transac-
tion to file their objections inalthis
office. Any claim or objections
shquld.be filed, with evidence that
a copy thereof has been served on
the applicant, within 60 days from
date of first publication indicated
below.
First publication May 22, 1964.
Donald P. Tuesdell
Acting Manager 4t-5-28'


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THURSDAY JUNE 11, 1964


MINUTES of the

BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION



*-Stopyand.'think just a minute. t
rThe;tree,is .your "fabulous friend". 1
he4~ieds .car.'Jimb it, get cool un- 1
der i-niake a-bow and arrow out 1
of it, or.,build: a-tree house in it.
You -canW'drive on- it with rayon
copd tires nade.-':rom the stately
pin0i ,Wr"ing- by the side of the
id. The- film that you use to take
pictures, reacts to light faster than
your ,eye can open and shut, and
is another product from the forest.
Cupspndoiilk cartons, manu-
factured, from wood pulp, are ex-
amplesi of tough,.lightweight con-
-tainers1.we use- everyday. From our
pulp. and ..parer jills, trees are
.made .into. folding ..cartons, solid
and,..cortugated,,. boxes, bags, bot-
tles, .bjokets, and..-wen barrels.
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.per .isEseaouwsea. qysecond cou-
in. .the..-hospital.. used surgical

.N I.RCWtIT COURT,
S "FO. NTiH J UDICIAL
7-. MT OF THE STATE
.OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
_. QLIUNTY,,IN C FAN-..
iLOUISE < TifBLL


if : we W
Tin 'eUi, .WhoS wddpess iI. RA 1
712-40,% Hq.4nd HMq. Co J.C.A.,
Fort Richie,.,MaryInd.
On. or beforeathe'6i9thl4dyof
June, -A.D., =l064,othe,; e.dant,
Lawrence Wbodrow'!'Wl4d is. re-
quired to. serveupa msCecil G.
Costin, Jr., r itPtiff 's.,,tortmeyt
whose address is" 2iflRid'AvWe,
Port St. Joe, Florida, a copy: M.d
file wih the Clerk ofZ saild-Cou,;
the original of a% answer t.he
Bill of Complaint filed against him
herein. ia
-WITNESS mpy hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf CMunty, Fgri~4 .this 26th day
of M ay, .., 9 4.
is! -GEORGE Y. CORE
ti}erk Circuit Court
.lf County, Florida
-CIRCUIT CQURT SEAL) 4t-5-28


papers^Paper, napkins, towles, ta-
blecloths, and -,other disposable
wonders, whipped- up from wood
pulp.
You can bet when man reaches
the moon, he will take a tree with
him in the shape of panel ,boards,
phone sets, fiber-, conduits, and
many other space flight items.
Each individual who reads this
newspaper uses a forest product
and.- therore has a vested inter-
est in Florida's woodlands. How-
ever, many readers are lopbking to
the forestland owner for the raw
product.
the forestland owner, to: produce
these products, must manage his
forests well. Landowners can ob-
tainj fprest-,maagement assistance
from the-,-BayGulf County Farm
Forester, Joe Maxwell.
For forestry assistance, call 763-
5456. or write to "Farm Forester,
Box 1391, Panama City, Florida".
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Navy Trai ggenter
GREAT LAKES, Til. (BTNC) -
George N. Kilbojrn, 10, son ,of Mr.
and Mrs. James R..Kilbaurn of-807
"Lpngf,4tve. Tiort.St.,Joe;,Fla. .eom-
pieted44sicalipping-ikaw t6 -atnthe
,Llaval -.y aing ,,:Ceanter, : .Great
J lakes. 1L
SThe ,-tineeelygaining 4poludes
naval orientation, history and or-
ganization, seamanship, ordnance
and gunnery, military drill, first
aid and. survival.
During the -training recruits re-
;ceive tests and interviews which
determine their future assignments
in the-Navy. Upon completing! the
pr.pgram they are, assigned to eq-.
vice splooals for- technical training
or to ships and stations for on-the-
job training in a Navy rating spec-
ialty.
Naval training produces the pow-
fr in seapower by supplying quali-
fied personnel to man the ships,
planes and shore stations of today's
NOY.


WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA 1
May 5, 1964 P
The Board of Public Instruction, J
Gulf County, Florida, met on the
above date in regular session, with 1
the-following present and acting;
Joseph K. Whitfield, Chairman, Jo-
seph Ferrell, C. E. Boyer and Car- -
ter Ward, members. William Roe-
mer, Sr., was absent.
The Superintendent was present
and acting.
The Minutes of the preceding
meeting were read and approved. j
The financial statement for the
month of April was examined and .
approved.
The Nurses' and Sanitarian's re-
ports were read and ordered filed.
On the recommendation of the
'Board of Trustees the following in-
structional personnel were re-ap-
pointed to their positions for the
1964-65 school year:
Supervisors
H. E. Richards, General Super-
visor; Lila S. Brouillette, Art Su-
pervisor; Henry F. Ayers, Adult
Education and R. C. Maddox, Test-
ing Director.
Principals
Wayne C. Saunders, Port St. Joe
High School; Harry H. Herrington,
Port St. Joe Elementary School;
Howard L. Blick, Highland View
Elementary School; William H. Lin-
ton, Wewahitchka High School and
Edwin G. Williams, George W. Car-
ver High School.
Wqwahitchka High School
John David Bidwell, Jr., Evelyn
S. Cox, Etna M. Gaskin, David L.
Taunton, Charlotte B. Brown, Irene
M. Connell, George M. Cox, Janie
C. Dunn, Annabelle Gaskin, Laura
W. Hinton, Betty Holloway, Harrell
E. Holloway, Magdalene Hubbard,
Rosenia M. Kilbourn, Martha T.
Lanier, Albert A. McCarty, Clifford
C. Millergren, Fletcher C. Patter-
son, Mary Jo Patterson, Florence
H. Pridgeon, Letha S. Rester, Hugh
H. Semmes, Madge J. Semmes, Bar-
bara R. Shirley and Angeline S.,
Whitfield.
Port St, Joe High School
C. Allen Scott, Assistant Princi-
pal; Margaret Addison, Margaret
K. Biggs, Bobby F. Brown, Herman
R. Dean, Miriam Dismuke, Lamarr
Faison, Billie Jean Guilford, James


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ThE STAR, Part St. Joe, Florida


A. Gunter, Virginia Harrison, Olin
P. Holt, Floye 0. Howard, Martha
P. Sanborn, Lillian T. Kennington,
Fean M. Little, Marianne McCon-
nell, James J.. Mclnnis, Netta Nib-
ack, Elizabeth Palmer, Jacque A.
Price, Kimble R., Skipper, Edith
Stone, Betty Traweek,- James C.
Traweek, and James N. Yadon.
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Dorothy Barlow, Charlotte Love-
lace, Marian E. Lauder, Katherine
Floore, Daisy F. Johnson, Janet
Anderson, Beulah W. Clark, Eliza-
beth N. Hammock, Willie Mae Dan-
iell, Sylvia Costin, Avaryee C. Mar-
tin, Joyce S. Faison, Ina Nelson,
Angeline Stone, Caroline Norton,
Mary Grace Smith, Marvin P. Huie,
Janice Nelson, Helen C. Burkett,
Billy D. Barlow, Frank W. Barnes,
Laura A. Geddie, Cary E. Floore.
Highland View Elementary School
Minnie Howell, Nadine Boyette,
Jo Chandler Brown, Willie Mae
Giles, Flora M. Strobel, Joan Myers,
Sherry Hurlbut. Ruby M. Bartlett
and Sara H. Fite.
-i;George. W. Carver High School
Nathaniel Barnes, Albertha G.
Brown,,. Gwendolyn Y. Ingram and
Anna L.-,Martin.
George-.Washington High School
Elementary Department
Hattie Bailey, Annie G. Baker,
Lorraine Barnes, Maxine A. Gant,
Naomi G. Lewis, Julia Patten, Ruth
Phillips, Eloise Stallworth, Barbara
Jean Thomas, Maybelle Whitley,
Christine Williams, Cojean Wil-
liams, Lula Y. Wilson,; Madeline C.
Wynn.
Junior High and -4igh School
Ometa Osborne, Joseph William
Lane, Johnny T.,-Brown, Susie F.
Cooper, Hamilton Hollins, Jr., Mil-
dred Hollins, David W. Jones,
Charles A. Osborne, Johnnel Palm,
U. Diannie Twine, -Annetta Whig-
ham and Albert R. Wynn.
Mrs. Eula D. Pridgeon. announced
she is retiring at the, end of this
school year.
The Board ..granted- maternity
leave, for-Mrs. Juanita- K. Jordan
for the 1964-65 school year.
There being no further business
to come before them at this time
the Board adjourned to meet again
in regular session on June 2, 1964.
ATTEST:
Thomas A. Owens, Supt.
Joseph K. Whitfield, Chairman





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WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
May 25, 1964
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, lorida, met
this date in regular session with
the following members present:
James/G. McDaniel, Chairman, Wal-
ter Graham, S. C. Player, A. J.
Strickland and Leo Kennedy. The:
Cleik, Attorney, Road Superinten-
dent, Civil Defense Director and
Max W. Kilbourn were also pres-
ent.
The meeting came to order at
9:00 a.m. The Clerk opened the
meeting with prayer.
B. Roy Gibson, representing the
Re-location Committee appeared
before the Board and stated that
his Committee and the iLttle Tax
Pavers have published copies of
letters pertaining to the Court-
house and Jail matter; that his
Committee has been very careful
not to print any information that
was not an official record. He then
requested information as to the
number of letters received from
the Florida Division of Corrections
on' the question of the Jail and
any other correspondence on file
pertaining, to this subject. The
Clerk informed Mr. Gibson that


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the file consisted of the following:
1. Letter from the Board to Flor
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March 28, 1963, requesting written
recommendations as tothe needs ol
the .jail.
2. Letter from Florida Division
of Corrections to the Board, dated
May: 22, 1963, setting' out 'recom
mendations as to the jail needs.
3. Contract.between Norman, P.
Gross, Architect and 'the Board,
dated July 9, 1963.
Mr. Gibson stated that his Com-
mittee has copies of said corres-
pondence and asked if the Board
had received a second letter from
the Florida Division of Corredtions
and a letter from E. F. Gunn, both
of which were published by the
Little Tax Payers. Mr. Gibson was
informed that such letters were
not on file.
Jesse V. Stone, Chairman for the
St. Joseph's Park Committee,- gave
an oral report on the progress be-
ing made on the Park project. ,He
stated that the Park : Board has
been ready for over a week to be-
gin construction of 'the Park, but
due to the fact that rights of way
easements were not secured by
May 12, 1964, the, Park Service


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Construction crews do not have ac- B J* ~
cess to the Park site. He stated tl d t Begin
that within the last few days, tem-
porary easements have been secur- Summerinstruction
ed for all rights of way, except ne Sum er Instruction
'parcel .that is owned by Glenn J.
Hennin'g; et als. He stated that no
-one has been able to contact Mr.On June22
I Henning by telephone, however,
the right of .way easement was All students who have registered
f mailed to him on May 13, 1964.
After lengthy discussion, the Board for summer Instrumental Instruc-
requested the Clerk to put forth tion are requested to meet with
Every effort to contact Mr. Henning Mr D
- by telephone. The Chairman thank- Mr. Dean in the High School Band
ed Mr. Stone for his untiring work room on Monday morning, June 22,
. and time on 'behalf of Gulf County
Parks. Commissioners of Gulf County,
Upon vote by Commissioner Florida, this 25th day of May 1964
Strickland, seconded by Commis- and the said Board of County Comn-
-sioner Graham and duly carried, missioners do hereby resolve that
the Board authorized the following in the event the County Seat is not
deduction on the 1963 tax roll: changed by the election of May
Page 154, Line 10. John B. Eal-, 26, 1964, thatthis Board does here-
ker $89.04 to 0. by go on-zrecord as opposing the
The Sheriff reported that he has construction of a new Courthouse
appointed J. P. Kilbourn and. Allen or Jail unless such is approved by
Ray Watson as special deputy sher- a referendum election called for
iffs and presented their bonds in that purpose.
the amount of $1,000.00 with the Adopted this 25th day of May
Fidelity & Casualty Company of 1964.
New York. Upon motion by Corn- The Attorney reported that it
missioner Strickland, seconded by has been called to his attention
Commissioner Graham and duly that several members of the Elec-
carried, the bonds were 'approved.. tion Inspection Boards will be un-
Commissioner Strickland inform- able to serve because of sickness or
ed the Board that he has been con- other reasons and the instructed
tacted by many Gulf County citi- the Board as to the law in selecting
zens on the matter of the Court- substitute members. Commissioner
house and Jail issue; that it seems Graham reported that he had a
the people do not know the inten- number of complaints as to mem-
tions- of the present Board and bers of the Election Inspection
many of them stated that they do Boards assisting a person to vote.
not want a new Courthouse or Jail. The Attorney advised that the law
He said he would take the position provides that a Poll Holder may
as being against building a new help certain people vote but that
Jail or Courthouse without the full. the law must be followed.
consent of the people of Gulf Coun- Commissioner Kennedy said that
ty. He then recommended that the there has been quite a bit said
Board go on record as opposing about a private boat landing at the
the construction of a new jail or East end of Land Road; that cer-
courthouse without first calling for tain people have tried to make the
a referendum on the question., public believe,that the public could
Commissioner Graham stated not use this landing. He requested
that the people have' shown us that Mr. Kilbourn to read the dedication
they don't want a new jail. Com- referring to said boat landing. Mr.
missioner Player stated that he Kilbourn read the dedication show-
would not be in favor of a new ing ,hat the landing and parking
jail unless it was the wishes of area -at the landing is for use of
the people. He said that the Board the general public.
ought not take action on Commis- The Civil Defense Director re-
sioner Strickland's proposal be- ported that he has received a bill
cause the Board voted, at the time for repairs on a Jeep owned by
the Courthouse petition was filed, Jesse V. Stone in the amount of
not to take any further action on $178.00 and stated that Mr. Stone
the jail matter until after the elec- damaged his Jeep while using it
tion. Commissioner Kennedy sid to carry a searcgh party to St;'J'o-
that this matter is now in the hands seph's Point during a storm in
of the voters, however, it seems which five people were lost; that
that the hoard is in full accord not Mr. Stone volunteered his services
to buildd a new jail unless the peo- and Jeep when he learned that the
ple want it. five people wer lost. He said that
Commissioner .trickland pre- Mr. Stone asked the Civil Defense -
sented the following r~olution tn" to pa4 fQr any t of the bill that
moved for .its adoption, seconded may -e appropriate under these cir-
by Commissioner Graham and upon cumstances. After discussion, the
vote, the pllowing voted: AYE: bill was tabled,
Strickland, Graham, Kennedy and Jesse V. Stone told the Board
the Chairman. NAY: 91ayer, that the Beaon ill Park Con-
,RgOQLUTIQN mittee has met several times but
WHEREAS, a referendum 0ele- that the Park a1np are not corn-
tion has been called for the 16t0 plete at this time; that the Corn-
day of May 1964,e 9or the purpose mittee plans to request the Flor-
of determining whether or not the ida Park service to help. finalize
9Coui tyeat o'f !`G Iouty, Flor- the plans before presenting them <
ida, shallbe change* ,-and to the Board for its approval,
WHEREAS, there has been von-- There being no further business, j
troversy over whether or not a the Board retired to the Supervisor
new courthouse and/or jail would of Registration's office and, there- t
be built in Wewahitchka in the upon, prepared the ballot boxes,
event the County seat remains in for the several precincts, after
Wewahitchka;T p which ,said boxes were turned over r
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT- to the Sheriff for delivery,
SOLVED, by the Board of County The meeting did then adjourn.
Attest:;
George Y, Core, Clerk h
James G, McDaniel, Chairman


tHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Floridd


Pvt. L. J. Green Has
Completed Army Basic


1964, at nine o'clock.
Class schedules will be posted
and explained, school instruments
will be issued, and private instru-
ments inspected.
The course will consist of six
periods daily beginning on Monday,
22 June, 1964,- and end on 31 July,
1964. The periods will be one hour
in duration and each instrumental
group will appear two or three
periods weekly. Each student will
receive from twelve to eighteen
hours of instruction.


THURSDAY JUNE 11, 1964


FORT GORDON, Ga. (AHTNC) -
Pvt. Laurie J. Green, whose wife,
Lindi, lives in Port St. Joe, Fla.,
completed eight weeks of advanced
infantry training at the U. S. Army
Training Center, Fort Gordon, Ga.,
May 28.
Green was trained in small unit
infantry tactics and the use of
such modern weapons as the M-14
rifle and the M-60 machinegun.
The 22-year-old soldier entered
the Army in January 1964. He com-
pleted basic training at Fort Gor-
don, Ga.
Green is a 1958 graduate of
Blountstown High School.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Silas R. Green, who live in Blounts-
town.



Local Students

Make Dean's List
TALLAHASSEE, June 5 The
Dean's List for Trimester 2 was an-
nounced today by Florida State Un-
iversity. To be on the Dean's List
undergraduate students must have
earned a grade average of 3. (B)
or higher in most divisions (3.25 in
the College of Arts and Sciences
and School of Engineering, and 3.5
in the School of Nursing) while
carrying 12 or more. hours. By
home town the list includes: Coral
L. Armstrong, Wayne N. Davis,
Margaret J. Depuy, Mabel Leila
Stone, Michaele A. Tompson of
Port St. Joe and Betty L. Taunton
of Wewahitchka.

is located at 1135 Harrison Avenue.
The phone number is 763-5331.
Pamphlets OASI-35, "Your Social
Security," arid OASI-29, "If You
Become Disabled," are free and
will be mailed to anyone who asks
for them.


A fee of five dollars will be
charged for all students who will
use school owned musical instru-
ments. There is no charge for pri-
vately owned instruments. The fee
is payable in advance and no re-
funds are made after classes begin.
Instruction books will be furn-
ished free .with the exception of
those who are taking music theory
courses. Work books for music
Theory will cost $1.50.
All students will be expected to
attend all scheduled classes for the
full six weeks period.


Many Not Aware
Of Benefits Due
Some workers in Gulf County
aren't aware of all the benefits
payable under Social Security,
John V. Carey, District Manager
of the Panama City, Florida, Social
Security Office, said today.
Many young workers mistakenly
believe that Social Security pay-
ments are made only at retirement.
It is true that payments are paid
to retired workers and their fam-
ilies at retirement age. These pay-
ments go to older workers who
have worked long enough unddr
Social Security payments are made.
One of these is at a worker's
death. Monthly payments can go
to his young children, Payments
also can go to any children over 18
who are disabled if their disability
began before age 18. Payments are
made to his widow, regardless of
her age, as long as she is caring for
Children who draw Social Security
checks, If the widow is 62, she
gets monthly payments even it she
doesn't have a child in her care.
Carey said monthly payments
can also go to a worker under age
65 Who becomes disabled. The dis-
abilty must be one that can be pro-
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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
;ale 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 11 .50 $20.89
Wynoko Development Co. 5 18 .50 4.58
William I. Smith 17 36 .50 44.69
R. A. Walker S,p% of 2 and 4 .42 .50 7.30
Wynoko Development Co. -------13 and 14 43 .50 7.30
Mrs. Venice M. Bates 6 47 .50 34.49
Gene Duren -----------------------13 84 .50 8.58
Robert Bryant ----------------...---.. 16 1002 .50 7.30
Frank Betton 30 and 32 1006 .50 5.94
C. J. Roberts 2 1009 .50 3.22
Claude JohnAon 9 1010 .50 8.66
Sam and Ida Bell Bryant 2 1015 .50 1.86
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
Nero Hopps 2 B .50 2.54
PERSONAL PROPERTY
Bildwel Supply Co. .50 68.48
Alma Lee Bryant Beauty Shop .50 3.22
Floyd Chevrolet Co. .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
J. B. WILLIAMS,
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City of Port St. Joe, Florida 6-3


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The Twistin' Four made a good
comeback this week, after Bennie's
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week. They won four points from
the four-pins on lanes one and two.
All of the Twisters raised their av-
erages again. Joel Barbee was high
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Melba Watts led the girls with her
328 series.
On lanes three and four, Bennies
won three points to the Apachees
one point. Lamor Moore led Ben-
nies with a 567 series while Sue
Moore was high for the girls with
a 397 series.
Joe Padgett had a 432 series for
the Apachees and Omie Rose had
a 418 series including a fine 177
game.
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ThE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


THURSDAY JUNE IT, 1964


the Gulf would be the group camp Council -acting through the Florida vide outdoor recreational facilities "We are well pleased with col-
.-_. which could be rented by religious, Game and Fresh Water Fish Corn- to some 250,000 people during its elections, and especially with the
-. ... i- ifc : civic and other groups, generally mission and the Florida Depart- first year of operation. compliance record of Florida tax-
for a two week period. Here would 'ment of Conservation. payers. Their cooperation and re-
be a dining hall and kitchen, in- In 1955, the National Park Ser- Florida Sles Tax sponce has been tremendous."
firmary, recreation hall, office, vice estimated that St. Joseph Pe- Collections of the five per cent
camper's cabins, senior quarters ninsula was accessible to some: Tops $200,000,000 wholesale sporting goods tax for
l -. and central washrooms. 500,000 persons within a radius of TALLAHASSEE Flori May totaled $87,486, bringing total
S' Two ranger residences would 100 miles, and by 1962, population AnASE e 0lorida collections for the current fiscal
be located on St. Joseph Bay be- increases in this area had grown mark in onuse tax oppe the first $200,000tim00 year to $814,637. Collections for
yond the group camp. All facilities to 1,000,000. in the history of the tax with the May dropped $82,087 or 48.40 per
would be serviced by well and wat- Some 4,000,000 persons visited receipt of May collections, J. Ed cent under collections reported in
er systems. Florida's State Parks in 1863. Straughn, director of the Florida April.
Some 120 acres lying Northerly To meet optimum standards of Revenue Commission, said today. Gasoline tax collections for May
would be set aside as a wilderness outdoor recreation by 1970, Flor- Straughn said May collections totaled $12,479,961, a decrease of
j%-..y" ,1 l I L and scenic area, where parking ida's Outdoor recreational Devel- based on April business, totaled $762,883 under April
area dead ends the main park road. opoment Council estimates the $20,123,303, which was an increase ,
Nature trails would lead to both State will have to place an addi- of $3,227,989, or 19.10 per cent
the Bay and Gulf and would have tional 115,000 acres in nature pre- over the same month for the pre- $
convenient shelters or overlooks, serves, make available an additi- vious year.
": Not including road construction, tional 101,000 acres for wilder- Fiscal year collections, July
the total outlined program of de- ness camping, develop an addi- through May, total $221,806,218, an
velopment would cost an estimated tional 25,500 picnic sites, make a- increase of 20.56 per cent or $36-
S"$550,000. available an additional eight, 700 129,637, Straughn said. I V
Operation and maintenance of acres for hiking, install an addi- "It appears fairly certain we will
the park will be by the Florida tional 886 boat access facilities and make our estimate of $228,000,000i
Park Service. General management provide an additional 70.7 miles for the first year of the 1963-64
of the St. Joseph Peninsula park of seashore. biennium," Straughn said, "and
site will be coordinated by the' Development of the St. Joseph perhaps end the fiscal year with
Outdoor Recreational Development Spit park area is expected to pro- an overage.


Doc Hosts Friends
Doc Whitfield, widely known Gulf county sportsman
and recanteur, officially opened the bream catching sea-
son Wednesday evening of last week with a giant, fish fry
at Howard's Creek. -
Ably assisted by motel operator Jake Mouchette, Port
St. Joe Police Chief "Buck" Griffin, appliance dealer W, C.
Roche and J. B. O'Brian, "old Doc" pitched a real whing-
ding.
Smoking hot mullet, french fries, golden brown hush-
puppies and crisp salad, plus the, specialty of Howard
Creek' cat fish chowder, were enjoyed by several hundred
of Doc's friends who came from far and near.
"Old Doc", affectionately known to thousands of
sportsmen throughout the state, is the developer, unoffi-
cial mayor and general factotum of Howard Creek in the
'heart of the best hunting and fishing area in the state.
A veteran in the political arena, Doc was recently elect-
ed county commissioner in Gulf County.


Plans Drawn for

S:New State Park On

St. Joseph's Point
TALLAHASSEE -. Proposed ing-activities. The area has a stul
master plans for Florida's newest stantial residential population of
state park, located on St. Joseph indigenous shore and sea birds.
Peninsula, have been completed by The Master Plan Includes:
the Florida Park Service. PLAN INCLUDES:
Survey work on the 671-acre A appropriate masonry entrance-
multiple-recreation area is being way to greet park visitors and pro-
completed by the Florida Park perly define the park entrance and
Service and final plans are expect- exit; an orientation and office
ed within a few weeks. building where the visitor can stop
However, actual construction of for information, receive overnight
minimum facilities can not begin camping permits, arrange for camp
until Gulf County completes road rental or conduct other park busi-
right-of-way procedures and grades ness.


a useable access road into the area.
Bid contracts for minimum fa-
cilities will not be called for until
an access road is completed, said
N. E. Miller Jr., Florida Park Ser-
vice Director, Tuesday.
Additional funds to purchase a
91-acre tract of Federal lands lying
south, but not adjacent to, the pre-
sent Florida State Park site, were
released Tuesday from Florida.Out-
door Recreational funds.
Minimum facilities costing about
$100,000 are expected to be provid-
ed in the first stage of develop-
ment. .Proposed facilities initially


An entrance station lie beyond
the orientation center where neces-
sary entrance and other fees, such
as boat launching, would be col-
lected by a park ranger.
East of the orientation center
and on the bay, would be ranger
residences, park storage and a
work shop. A small boat basin
would provide needed fill material
and craft owned by the park would
be parked for patrol and emergen-
cy use.
Parking space for 198 cars with
trailers would be provided at a
boat launching ramp down the


include an entrance station and main park road. This boat ramp
entranceway picnic area and re- would be protected from rough
strooms, necessary fencing, ranger seas because of its location on the
residences, boat docks and marina, bayou.
concession building, showers and Some 400 families would be able
restroom -at marina, sixty site cam- to camp at the overnight camping
ping area, water systems and corn- to c.amp Four building with showerscamp
munications. area. Four buidng with showers,
In addition to fine, hard, white toilets and wash bowlsare recom-
sand beaches, and sand dunes 60 mended for the comping area, as
feethigh, the area has outstanding well as four more buildings with
biological values including forest only toilets and wash bowls.
of pine and hardwood which lie A recreation hall would be locat-
easterly of the dunes. If permitted ed in the camping area and would
to develop naturally, slash pine, house coin operated washing mach-
live oak and cabbage palm forests ines, ice refeshment dispensers,
would become an outstanding ex- and playground equipment for
ample of its kind. children.
Long frontages on the Gulf and A marina for boat dockage rental
on St. Joseph Bay afford excellent is located further along the main
opportunity for shore fishing; some park road; this would include a
of Florida's deepest inshore water park store where foods, gas, oils
is found adjacent to the Spit, pro- and other necessities would be sold
viding fishing opportunity for some for the visitor's convenience.
deep-sea species within only min- A beep channel nears passage
utes from land; and deep water between it and the Gulf; this pas-
and the protected nature of the sage is about 200 feet wide. Along
bay (Eagle Harbor) afford an out- this passage would be located bath-
standing anchorage for boats of ing beach and bath houses, a con-
all kind, making the area an excel- cession building, shelters and a 320
lent base of operations for sport vehicle parking area.
fishing purposes, stated the Divi- Northerly from the bathing
sion of Marine Fisheries and Wild- beach and across a creek bridge
life, Florida Department of Conser- would be the picnic area in a wood-
vation. ed spot overlooking Eagle Harbor
St. Joseph Peninsula is within a and St. Joseph Bay; provided here
major travel lane for migratory would be restrooms, playground
birds, praticularly shore birds said equipment, picnic, grills, drinking
a report from the Florida Game fountains and dispensing machines.
and Fresh Water Fish Commission. A fishing pier would project in-
The park area offers excellent op- to Eagle Harbor the dry land sport-
portunities for bird watching and sman.
photography and other non-hunt- A deep channel nears passage


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