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 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet-Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA,


THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1964


NIIMRR 44


County is Considering




Public Library Service


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Mill Exceeds Million Man-Hours Accident-Free Operation
As the St. Joe Paper Company mill attained more ;than a million: hours of acci-
dent free ,operation on July 3, Bascom Hamm (above left) points to the record of 1,300,-
000 hours set January 14, 1963, as fellow e employees Carl Dean and Robert Ake look
on.' This is the third time in the 26 years of mill operation that the employees have
worked more than one million consecutive accident free hours. This achievement cur-
rently places St. Joe Paper Company third in the 71 member Southern Pulp and Paper
Association. (SJPC Photo)



Gulf Has First Traffic Death of Year


Port St. Joe and Gulf County ex-
perienced its first traffic fatality


of the year early Thursday evening
when a,, pick-up truck overturned
and killed Finley Peirce Reese of
Lynn Haven.
According' to investigating offi-

Meeting Planned to Outline
Labor Day Activities
An organizational "meeting will
bhe dtd next Tuesday night, July, 21
at the American Legion Hotffr to
plan for a big Labor Day celebra,
tion in the City of Port St. Joe.
The celebration is being planned
as a community wide effort with
all organizations, labor unions, etc.,
taking part in the planning and
production of the event.
Anyone interested in the project
and willing to participate is invited
to attend.
The meeting will begin at 8:00
p.m.


cers, Finley was traveling West on
U. S. 98 at approximately 60 mph
when he lost control of the truck
on the rain slicked highway. The
accident occurred almost. directly
in-front of the Municipal Hospital.
The truck skidded across the
highway ,traveling approximately
75 feet before turning over. Reese
was thrown from the cab and the
truck turned over .on. hini inves-
tigating--officers reported. -
Reese-wai-takenj~p the Municipal
Hospital bufted at 8:45, p.m. The
.accident occurred -shortly after six.
A passenger in the truck, Wil-
liam Danny Pippin, 17, of South-
port, received lacerations of the
face and head. He was also taken
to the Municipal Hospital for treat-
ment.
Trooper K. E. Murphy of the
Florida HighWay Patrol and patrol-
man Allen Ray Watson of the Port
St. Joe Police Department investi-
gated the 'accident.
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Big Sail Caught At Mexico Beach


LARGEST SAIL-The largest sail fish ever brought in to
Mexico Beach boat basin was weighed in last week from
the "Louise", a party fishing boat operated by George
Holland, also operator of the Hollanday Motel. The sail
was caught by Charlie Demby of Lithia Springs, Georgia.
The fish was six and a half feet long. (Star photo)


The Gulf County Commission be-
gan work on ascertaining whether
or not Gulf County wanted to sup-
port a public library system ,at
their meeting Tuesday.
- Mrs. Jane Patton, District North-
west Regional Librarian for the
State of Florida appeared before
the county board Tuesday to ex-
plain public library workings to
the Board.
The theme of conversation Tues-
day was for Gulf County to com-
bine library services with the Bay
County Library service which now
haS over 30,000 books to offer for
the public's usage. Washington
County has already joined with
Bay in this project.
In combining with the Bay fa-
cilities,'Mrs. Patton explained that
the county would be served by a
mobile library, or bookmobile
which wold serve every area of
the county, twice a' month.. Mrs.
Patton said: the bookmobile would
be required, to park within walk-
ing distance 'of every resident of
the county. -
Library Board
A library for the county would


Taxpayers Making

Study of Gulf


S* County Budget

Three Accidents The Gulf County Taxpayers
cu League met last Thursday nightand
Occur in City re-adopted the chatter of the n w
Sdefu4hct league of several years ago
During Post Week with but a few changes.'
Dues, for the organization were
Three automobile accidents oc- set, at $$L00 per year.,
curred in the city limits of Port St. Inl preparation for: 'the public
hearing on the new County Budget
Joe during the past week with one hearg on the new County Budget
inur ported -s o set -for tomorrow nigkt at 7:30 p.m.
injury reported 'as a'esult o h poh ort St. Joe time, in-Wewahitchka,
three accidents. committees were appointed to stu-
The week continued the trend of dy the various funds in the budget
a rash of small. accidents recently proposed by the County Board.
happening in the city. The committee appointed to stu-
On Saturday morning of last dy the General Fund was: W. C.
,week, E. F. Gunn crossed -.the in- Roche, Gannon Buzzett, Dr. Wil-
tersection of Third Street and liam Wager, Roy Irwin, M. P. Tom-
Highway 98 in a driving rainstorm linsoin, Bob Ellzey, W. .C. Robinson,
and had his auto hit on the right Paul Fensom and Floyd Davis.
front side by another vehicle driv- To study the Road and Bridge
en by Willie Marvin Cain of Pan- Fund will be: George Tapper, John
ama City. The 'Cain car was adjudg- Howard, W. W. Barrier, Jr., Joe
ed a total loss~and Gunn's auto suf- Dowd, J. C. Arbogast, I. C. Nedley,
fered approximately $500 damages Roy Gibson, Bob Fox and.H. J.
by investigating officers, H. W. Brouillette.
Griffin and Allen Ray Watson. Named to study the Capital Out-
SOn Friday morning of last week lay Fund were: Harry Saunders,
at 10:40 a.rn6 Polly Sue Pyle and iecil Curry, P. T. McCormick, R.
Sonia Jo Cooper received-cuts and G. Boyles, M. T. Sorrell, Robert
abrasions when the car in which Nedl,:-, Collis Weeks and Bob Ver-
they were riding struck a parked vaeke. ,
car. Miss Cooper was driving they Studying the .Health Department
vehicle which had just turned onr Fund will be L. S. Bissett, Bob
to Long Avenue from .10th Street Fox., Bob Sil well and Bob Buchert.
when Miss Pyle discovered a pic- Named to a committee to begin
ture of "The Beatles" in a maga- study of the up-coming problem of
zine she was reading. Miss Cooper re-Valuation, as set out by the state
decided to take a peek at the pic- Supreme Court were: Dick' McIn-
ture and ran into the parked car' tosh, Henry Lilius, W. W. Barrier,
belonging to Lloyd Lee Rudd. Dam- Sr., Jack Williams, J. Lamar Mil-
ages totaled about $375 to Rudd's ler, Charles Brown, Henry Camp-
-car and the Cooper car was a total bell, Wesley R. Ramsey and Floyd
loss, according to officers Griffin Davis.
and Watson and Trooper Murphy. Members of the League will ap-
On Thursday of last week at 2;00 pear at the hearing tomorrow night
p.m. the new automobile of Homer to discuss different phases of the
Alfred Smith suffered approxi- proposed budget.
mately $10.00 damages when he -
started to pull away from the curb
on Highway 98 and was struck by i Two Local Boys In
a vehicle driven by Mrs. W. S. '
Quarles, Sr. The Quarles auto sus- Boy's State Elections
tainted approximately $20.00 dam-
ages. TALLAHASSEE-Newly elected
Officers Griffin and Watson in- senators and representatives of
vestigated the accident, the 1964 American Legion Boys
SState legislature were announced
this week at Florida State Univer-
Beauty Shop Operator sity.
The annual practice government
Receives State Award sessions are now underway on the
campus, and will move to the
Helene Ferris, owner and oper- State Capitol Friday morning for
ator of Helene's Beauty Salon of inauguration of a new Boys State
Port St. Joe, who is a member of Governor, supreme court and cab-
N.H.C.A. Affiliate Number 6, Pan- inet officials, to be elected in a
ama City, has been awarded the mock two-party ballot Thursday
State Award of Community Lea- evening.
dership for the State of Florida by One of those elected to serve in
the National Hairdressers and Cos- the House of Representatives was
motology Association. James Goodman of Port St. Joe,
The State winner will compete son of Mr. and Mrs. James M.
from July 19-21 at the 44th annual Goodman ,of this city.
convention of N.H.C.A. in Cleve- Serving as postmaster of Gray
land, Ohio, and Mrs. Farris will City is Larry Parker, son of Mrs.
attend. Dessie Lee Parker of this city.


j not be operated by the County
' Commission, according to Mrs.
Patton. If and when, a county
library is formulated, a five man
Library Commission would be ap-
pointed by the Governor to serve
as a governing body for the service.
The County Commission, would be
connected with the library only in
providing finances.
The county proposes to levy one
mill which will bring in about
$16,000 for the purpose/ of estab-
lishing a county library service.
In making a decision as to whe-
ther or not to go into the library
business, the county will hold a
public hearing on Tuesday, July 28
at 7:30 p.m., Port St. Joe time in
the temporary courthouse in We-
wahitchka.
Other Business
In other items of .business Tues-
day, the County:
Discussion the location for
the new courthouse to be built in
Port St. Joe. Four locations have
been selected for study -and prices
of the four pieces of land will be
presented at the next meeting of
th Board for further discussion.


Jaycees Name Year's
Active Committees
The Port St. Joe Jaycees held
their first meeting of the new year
under new officers. Preident Joe
Parrott announced the breakdown
of projects and project chairmen
for the new year. The Club also
accepted the new budget of $4,-
92.00 for the coming year.
The Fishing Reef Chairman, Jake
Koll4r, announced that the state
licenses should be approved within
two weeks. Carl Guilford stated
'that -tfe -money raising cAmpaign
should start, next week. The Club,
has set a goal. of $1,600.00 to be
collected. All donations will go into
a special- account already set up
at the Florida National Bank un-
der the title of "Jaycee Fish Reef."
Robert' Nedley reported the
make-up clinic of the "Stop Polio
Drive" was a real success with 275
persons taking part.
Jimmy Harrison and 'Lou Little
were named co-chairman of "Girls
Softball" which will be ready to
roll in the next few weeks. Rudy
Pippin, Ed Peters and Roy Burch
will also help as part of this com-
mittee.
Jaycee John Howard will head
the newly formed "Governmental
Affairs" committee. This commit-
tee is responsible to have at least
two Jaycees attend every County
and City Commission meeting and
to reports to the club on events
taking place.
Jaycee David Freeman takes the
lead of the membership drive. This
drive will start around December
or January.
President Joe Parrott and First
Vice President Jake Koller will
represent Port St. Joe at the
"President's Roundtable" to be
held Sunday at the Dixie Sherman
Hotel in Panama City. All presi-
dents. of this district will attend.
Special guest will be the Florida
State Jaycee President.
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Saddlin' Seminoles
To Appear in Show


Heard a request from Small of financing the new courthouse.
Claims Court Judge J. C. Martin Examined a letter from the
for a $1,200 annual guaranteed sal- state auditor which was mildly cri-
ary. This matter was tabled, tical of purchasing practices of
Signed a contract with the the county, which were not illegal
Hugo Marks Company as the Coun- but did not meet good bookkeeping
ty's fiscal agent for the project practices.



League Play-offs



Finish Up Tonight

The Sub-District Tournament of a three hit effort, striking out 13
the Dixie Youth Baseball organi- in the process. Tim Griffin was the
nation is currently underway in loser giving up six hits and fanning
Port St. Joe with the National four.
League All-Stars pitted against the The American Leaguers commit-
American League All-Stars in a ted six errors to the National
best two out of three series. League's two errors.
The winner of the Sub-District Others hitting safely in the Na-
tournament will go to the District tional League were Steve Belin,
Tournament to, be held in West Charles Smith, Jim Belin and Wil-
Pensacola later this month. lie Ramsey with one hit each.
Two games have been played Tuesday's Game
thus far in the Sub-District Tour- On Tuesday night, the American
nament with each team gaining Leaguer's evened things up with
a victory. The deciding game of a 3-1 victory over the National
the series will be played tonight Leaguers.
beginning at 7:30 p.m. It was a pitching duel all the
In Monday's game, the Nation- way with Steve Macomber getting
al Leaguers bested the American the victory, giving up three hits
Leaguers by an 8 to 0 score. The and striking out six. Greg Burch
score was pushed up by a three- was the loser, giving up two hits
run home run hit by James White. and striking out five.
White was also the leading hitter The National Leaguers commit-
for the National Leaguers -getting ted four errors with the American''s
two in three trips to bat. limiting their miscues to two.
.Dennis Atchison, Perry Adkinson Getting the hits for the Ameri-
and Gary Timms led the Ameri- can League were Dennis AtchisOlm
can Leaguers at the plate with' a and Tim Boone, with one hit each.
hit each. .. Hitting safely for the National
Steve Adams pitched the Nation- Leaguers were Charles Smith, Jim
al:.Leaguers their victory with Belin and Kenneth kerrit.


Port St. Joe Suffering Coin Shortage, Too
Port St. Joe has felt the nation-wide coin shortage, according to
Florida National Bank President, Walter Dodson. Dodson says that
all coins are in short supply and great demand. The demand has
been brought about, in part, by the wide-spread use of coin vending
machines, parking meters, collectors and hoarders.
Steps are being taken to up the production of coins by U. S.
Mints, but in the meantime, Dodson, and other bankers urge those
saving coins to put them in circulation to help relieve the emergency.
Dodson is shown above making an appeal via radio station WJOE as
station manager Bob Sidwell interviews him.


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Project Co-Chairmen John How- JaUy JU3UIII I i211C IIU^mT Iur
ard and Charles Norton of the Port
St. Joe Lions Club announced this InclUSion In National 0 OYMA Yearbook
week that plans for the annual
horse show to be held on August 1 The Junior Chamber of Com- the point of being outstanding".
would include the awarding of val- merce of Port St. Joe announced "Outstanding Young Men of
uable trophies and ribbons to the this week that they had named America" is an annual biographical
winners in each of the 14 events. Charles B. Smith, William J. Rish compilation of approximately 10,-
A nice trophy and ribbon will go and Wade Barrier, Jr., for inclu- 000 young men of outstanding rank
to the winner of first place, with sion in the 1965 edition of "Out- throughout the country. Nominees
ribbons being awarded the second, standing Young Men of America". for the book come from many sour-
third, fourth and fifth place win- These men were nominated earlier ces, however, the majority of the
ners in each event, this year by the Jaycee Chapter nominations are made by Junior
Among the 14 classes or events and have been selected by a 13 Chamber of Commerce Chapters
scheduled for the show are the man National Board of Editors for and College Alumni Associations.
pony roadster, barrel race, key- the publication. The Junior Chamber of Com-
hole race, pony class, western Doug Blankenship, past U. S. merce has long been active in the
pleasure, tunnel race, English plea- -Jaycee President (1962-63) who is recognition of outstanding achieve-
sure, no trophy class, Jack Benny serving as chairman of the Board ment among America's young men.
class, personal pick-up and the stated that men were selected be- Each year since 1938 the Jaycees
stake race. tween the ages of 21 and 36 who have selected the Ten Outstanding
A feature of the show this year ,"had distinguished themselves in Young Men of America. Among
(Continued On Page 4) one or more fields of endeavor to (Continued On Page 4)


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Peak-Williams'ngagement


Mrs. Ethel Peak of Highland
View announce the engagement
and approaching marriage of
her daughter, Carolyn Peak, to
Tommy Williams, son of Mr. and
Mrs, E. M. Williams of White


City.
The wedding will be an event
of July 18 in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Peak. All friends
and relatives of the couple are
invited to attend.


Mrs, Ned S. Prtfer Namgd to SPate /
Civil War Histotical Coinbitsion /
The Civil War Centefnnial Com- This CommissicrF limi 'fo n.d a
mittee has been changed to the Council on Flanrifl Ar-'hi, ve. The
State of Florida Library and His- members of the Comnirtesion who
torical Commission so as to func- are serving as its Committee of
tion on a permanent basis. Archives are :Miss Pna Snodgrass,
Past President of the Florida His-
Long Avenue Circles torieal Society and Director of
Long I Circles~ ,Research foW the Florida State
Set Meeting Places iCb1= r o f Commerce; T. T.
Wentworth, ,Jr., who has a long his-
The Long Avenue Baptist Church tory Oit terest in matters histori-
WMU announces the following cafy/ and presently operates an ex-
.meeting places for next week. ce tent private museum at Pensa-
Circle I will meet Monday, Jy tola and Allen Morris, Photogra-
20 at 9:30 a.m., with Mrs. Dave phie Archivist for the Robert M.
Maddox at 601 17th Street. Strozier Library, Florida State
circle meets Tuesday, JUly University and newspaper colum-
at 9:30 a.m. with Mr& No Arnold st.
at 131 Bellamy Cre, Un, Mrs. Ned Porter of Port St. Joe
Cirle HI will mneet Tuesday, July has been requested by the chair-
21 at 4:00 p.m. with Mrs. J. A. All, man 6f this Commission, Adam G.
good at 308 16th Street. Adams of Coral Gables, to act in
Circles IV and V will meet Tues, the capacity of an informal mem-
day, July 21 at 7:30 p.m, with Mrs. ber on the Council of Florida Ar.
Selma Lamherson at 1208 Long chives, Mrs. Porter has accepted
Avenue, this appointment,


Visit In Tallahassee
Mrs, Tomn Parker, Sr., visited
last week end in Tallahassee with
her brothers, K. B. and W, E, Be.n-
ton and their families and with her
sister, Mrs. W. H. Varnhamn in JaQk,
sonville. Mrs, Parker also enjoyed
a short visit with the Harry Dow-
Aen- .. r-- -r-r-- IdentI o-Port.S


Visiting McLawhons
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McLawhon
and daughters, Pam, Maria and
BQnnie of Los Angeles, Calif., re-
turned, to their home Tuesday xa-
ter a week's visit with Ralph's &
other and family, the Geor- Mte-'
Lawhons,


dens, former residents of Port St, V ----
Joe, Visits Parents
-- Miss Anne Mosely visited her
Guests of Thomas Webbs parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. .. .ose.
Mrs. Mildred Miller and son, ly, Jr., this week after vacMirmning
Jason, of Salinas, Calif., are the in San Juan, Puerto Ric. S'ne re-
guests of Mrs. Miller's sister and turned Wednesday to New OJrleans
family, Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Webb where she is empleged tty Delta
of Oak Grove, Air Lines.


Optinng rimea
Sun. ............. ..... 2:45
Sat. 12:45
Mon.-Fri ............ 4:45


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p.m.
p.m.


Thursday aj aFriday.,


BRIAN KEITH.-VERA MILES
PAMELA FRANKLIN -'SABU
Edward ANDREWS- Una MERKEL- PeterBROWN.


Sunday thru Wednesday
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of August 15 at 3:00 p.m. in the
Highland View Baptist Church.
All friends and relatives of the
couple are invited to attend.


Jean, to Joel Marion Barbee, son There will be a reception im-
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barbee mediately following the wedding
of Port St. Joe. ir the reception room of the
The wedding will be an event church.
Miss Minnieola Ray Visitors From Malone
MissHonoredAt Bridal Shower Miss Linda Atwell and Miss Hel-
onored At Bridal Shower en Atwell are spending the week
Miss Minnieola Ray was honor- with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dupree
ed with a Bridal Calling Shower on Garrison. Avenue. Both girls are
Thursday Night, July ninth at the from Malone.
Florida Power Lounge. Hostesses
for the occasion were: Mrs. Bill Birth Announcement
March (nee Mavis Butts), Mrs. Joel Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bliss of Mobile,
Lovett, and Mrs. John Tatum. Ala., are announcing the arrival of
Those who called during the eve- a baby daughter on June 30 in Mo-
ing were as follows: Mrs. Betty Sue bile. The young lady has been
Wright, Mrs. H. A. Butts, Mrs. named Delores Marie. The proud
Shirley Webb, Mrs. Bill Connor, mother will be remembered as Miss
Mrs. Bertha Cuthriell, Mrs. Ellen Delores Chism, a former resident
Kyser, Mrs. Ann Gimm, Mrs. Louis of Port St. Joe.
Ray, Mrs. Idell Ray, Mrs. Faulk- -+
ner, Miss Glenda Burke, Mrs. Dot Visitors From Alabama
Levins, Mrs. Grace Dees and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rose of Lynn,
Jean Atcheson. Alabama, were- visiting here Mon-
Unable to attend but sending day with Mrs. Anna Adams. The
gifts were: Mrs. Evelyn Maddox, Roses lived here in 1949. They are
Mrs. J. Harrison, Mrs. Mellissa Pri- vacationing at Panama City Beach.
dgeon, Mrs. Nell Stinson, Miss Lav-
erne Glass, Mrs. Opal Owens, Mrs. To Arrive Saturday
A. Davis, Mrs. Mae Deese, Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kerigan and
T. Campbell, Mrs. Lonnie Bell, Mrs. son .Jackie of Durham, N. C., will
Harrison, Mrs. Nadine Anderson, arrive Saturday for a visit with
Mrs. L. W. Cox, Mrs. C. E. Glass, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ramsey.
Mrs. Booth, Mrs. P. Elliott, Mrs. M.
Mc Claine, Mrs. Pebble Stokes, Recent Guests
Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Thames, Mrs. M. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
H. Parramore, Mrs. W. H. Lindsey T. M. Watts was their grandson,
Mrs. Connie Gay and Mrs. Lula Freddy of Jay, who spent several
Beard. weeks visiting with them and Fred-
The honoree received many lov- dy's mother, Mrs. Oakland Ard,
ly gifts'. who came to accompany him home.


D E S S E S


All sizes _- From $5.98 to $17.98 I1

now $3.99 to $11.99


LADIES' BLOUSES
All sizes from $2.98 to $6.98

Now $1.99 to $4.69

A ONE LOT CHILDREN'S t

SPORTSWEAR


half PRICE


ALL SWIMWEAR

REDUCED TO CLEAR!
MUST SELL!
All Ladies and Girls

SP 0 R T S W E A'R

REDUCED TO CLEAR!

LADIES SUMMER


Hats & Bags

half PRICE


CASH ONLY


Shop In Air-Conditioned

Comfort!


ALL SALES

FINAL

Every Sale Item Individually
Marked With Yellow Tags for
Your Convenience


All Summer


Merchandise Must Go


MEN'S SLACKS
Reg. $7.95 to $14.95

Now $4.99 to $9.99
Men's and Boys

Suits Sportcoats
Values from $10.95 to $55.00

6.99 to 29.99
Men's and Boys

SUMMER SPORT SHIRTS
Reg. $3.98 and $4.98

Now $2.59 to $3.29
Men's and Boys

Famous Name Swimwear
Reg. $3.98 to $5.98
Now $2.59 to $3.99
Men's and Boys

WALK SHORTS
Reg. $2.98 to $5.98

Now $1.99 to $3.99

BOY'S SPORT SHIRTS
Sizes 3 to 18 Reg. $1.98 and $2.98

Now $1.29 and $1.99




COSTING'S


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Watts-Barbee Engagement


Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Watts of
Highland View, announce the en-
gagement and approaching mar-
ri~ge nf their daughter, Melba


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T4 itAftM OMr i. Jo, Plora THUkSDAYi JULY 16, 1944


Wimberly Family Has Reunion


A reunion was held by the Wim-
berly family on July 2 and 3 at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Ramsey,
Those attending were: H. E. Wim-
berly and his children, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Wimberly and children
of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
Wimberly of Salt Lake City, Utah,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fiveash and
children of Marianna, Mr. and Mrs.
Cleve Fiveash and children of Pen-
sacola, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lan-
caster and children of Port St. Joe
and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ramsey
and children of Port St. Joe.


Visiting With Father
Mrs. Maurice Fain and children
Janice and Joel of New Orleans,
La., arrived here Tuesday to visit
with Mrs. Fain's father and sister,
J. 0. Baggett and Miss Alma Bag-
gett.
Vacationing
The R. F. Maxwell family is en-
joying a vacation fishirfg in Wewa-
hitchka.
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Kiwan[ins See
Slides of Fite
The Port St. Joe .Kiwanis .Club
was shown some color slides of the
big St. Joe Paper Company wood-
yard fire of April 10 at their regu-
lar meeting on Tuesday noon.
Presenting' the slides and some
cost statistics on the fire were pre-
sented-by Bob Ellzey, Port St. Joe
fire chief.
The fire threatened to destroy
one stack of wood at the paper
company stockpiled of 3,503 units
valued at $100,000. The fire was
fought with 22 fire lines of two
and one-half inch diameter for a
period of 28 hours.
Fire fighting equipment burned
up 950 gallons of gasoline, pumped
12 million gallons of water and
fire-fighting crews ate up $1400
worth of food during the course
of battling the blaze.
Guest of the club was Wally Dod-
son of Port St. Joe.
Guests from Maine
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lucas of
Kittery, Maine are on leave and
are spending the week with their
parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ivey Cooper
and Mr, and Mrs, J. 0. Lucas.
A Torpedoman Second Class,
Steve is attached to the ngulear
submarine USS John Adams, whig
is presently completing launcher
test operations at Cape K Iredy.


f I / /


CARP'S DEPT. STORE
312 Reid Ave. Phone 227-5171


:


Florida Boys To
Sing Here Tonight
The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Department is sponsoring a pro-
gram of gospel music tonight at
8:00 p.m. in the High School Audi-
torium, by the Florida Boys Quar-
tet of Pensacola.
This quartet is widely known, in
this area of Florida. They are also
becoming known nationally, with
the release of many records made
by the singing group.
Advance tickets for the program
are now on sale at Campbell's
Drug Store and at The Star. Ad-
vance ticket admissions are $1.25
for adults and 75c for children.
Ticket prices at the door tonight
will be $1.50 for adults and $1.00
for children,
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is given that the following
motor vehicle: 1961 Ford 2-door,
serial no., 1A53Z143909 will be
sold at public sale at 2:30 p.m.,
EST, on the 23rd day of July, 1964
at St. Joe Motor Co., Port St. Joe,
Florida.
The proceeds of the sale will be
applied first to the payment of the
costs of retaking, storing and sale'
of said motor vehicle and the cost
of publication of notice of sale and
then to the satisfaction of the bal-
ance due under the contract cov-
ering the financing of said motor
vehicle.
Commercial Credit Corporation
431 Oak Avenue
Panama City, Florida
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is given that the following
motor vehicles: 1951 Ford, serial
no., C6M1HM46631 and 1952 Spar-
tinete, serial no. 135-52-A5540 will
be sold at public-sale at 11:00 a.m.,
EST, pn the 21r4 dqy Jtlly, 1964
at Route 1, Wewahitchka, Florida.
The proceeds of the sale will be
applied first to the payment of the
costs of retaking, storing and sale
of said motor vehicle and the cost
of publication of notice of sale and
then to the satisfaction of the bal-
ance due under the contract cov-
ering the financing of said motor
vehicle.
Commercial Credit Corporation
431 Oak Avenue
Panama City, Florida
REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS
FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION
The City Registration books will
open at 9:00 A.M., Thursday, July
30, 1964, at the office of the City
Clerk at the City Hall. Those wish-
ing to register as voters for the
Municipal Election primary to be
held on September 8, 1964, may
register between the hours of 9:00
A.M. and 12:00 Noon, and from
1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday
through Friday and from 9:00 A.M.
to 12:00: Noon on Saturday, begin-
ning Tidly 30, and continuing
throughh 5:00 'o'clock P.M., Friday;
August 28, 1964, at which time the
registration books will close. All
persons 'who have registered as
electors in the City of Port St. Joe
since February 4, 1959, are not re-
quired' to re-register. Citizens of
the United States who are qualified
voters under the State Law, and
who have been residents of the
City of Port St. Joe for six months
and who are twenty-one years of
age are eligible, for registration.
J. B. WILLIAMS 4t
City Auditor and Clerk
4t-7-16
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 Publiq Hearing at the City Hall,
Port St: Joe at 8:00 o'clock P.M.,
Tuesday, 'July 21, 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 Barney
McCollough of Port St. Joe, relating
to the requirements of side line
and rear yard restrictions.
J. B. WILLIAMS
City Auditor and Clerk
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
NOTICE' is hereby given that the
Board of County Commission of
Gulf County, Florida, will hold a
public hearing on July 28, 1964 at
6:30 P.M., CST, at the Courthouse
at Wewahitehka, Florida, to deter-
mine whether or not Gulf County
will establish, operate and main-
tain a free library in Gulf County;
it is the intentions of said Board to
assess one mill against the 1963
tax rolls for the purpose of provid-
ing the funds required to pay the
expenses of said library if it is de-
termined at said hearing to enter
into the program,
By: Board of County Commission
Gulf County, Florida 2t-7-16
James G. McDaniel, Chairman


$30,000 STOCK OF NEW 1964



Summer Merchandise



SACRIFICED!

REDUCED


331
3


to 50 Y


A FEW ITEMS NOT INCLUDED BUT ALL SUMMER GOODS REDUCED

Dear Friends:
This is a golden opportunity to make Sensational Savings on Dependable Qual-
ity Wearing Apparel and Shoes for the family. Our doors will be open during this
storewide renovation and we'll serve you to the best of our ability. Please bear
with the noise and general confusion while it's going on. We are adding about 1500
square feet selling space with a spacious second floor. Boyles will be Shining
New before too long. In the meantime come in and help yourself to the greatest
saving of the year.! R. GLENN and ERLMA M. BOYLES


The Prince &



PrincessShop


is having their annual


Summer Clearance Sale

BEGINNING THURSDAY, JULY 16


Girl's Sizes 6 mos, to 14 years

SHORTS, SHORT SETS
SWIM SUITS

DRESSES
CRIB SETS, SUNSUITS


1-3 off


Boys Sizes 6 mos, to 6x

DIAPER SETS

SWIM SUITS
SHORT PANTS

PANTS and SHIRT SETS


1-3 off


USE OUR LAY- AWAY PLAN


ARRIVING DAILY FOR BACK-TO-SCIOOL LAY-AWAY!

MARY LOUISE and KATE GREENAWAY DRESSES

KINGSTON SPORTS WEAR

DANNY DARE FOR BOYS


SWEATERS


- SLIMS


EARLY SELECTION WILL ASSURE YOU OF CHOICE

CLOTHING FOR FALL!


OLE


Drastic Reductions Throughout the Store


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FLORIDA BOYS QUARTET










THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FloriHd


Doctor and Druggist, two "indle.
pensable men in your codimunity
Who collaborate on your health
problems. In time of sickness they
are the most important men in your
life. Their skill assures you that
you are in safe hands. Place your
trust in Doctor and Druggist. When
you are ill both team up to make
you well. Bring your Doctor's pre-
scription to our Rexall drug store, .
YOUR




Buzzelts Drug Store
Drive-In Window Service
317 WilIlame Ave.
Free Parking

Named to OYMA Book
(Continuea From' Page 1)-
past TOYM winners are such fam-
ous personalities as John F. Ken-
,nedy (1946); Nelson. Rockefeller
(1941); Dr. Tom Dooley ,1956); and
Henry Ford, 1(1945). The publica-
ti6ni "Outstanding Young Men Gof
America" will feature the 1965
* TOYM winners. Winners of state
Outstanding Young Men awards
* will be pictured throughout the
I book. President Lyndon B. Johnson
will write the forward for the
1965 edition.

'Lions Club Horse Show
(Continued From Page 1)
will be the Saddlin' Seminoles of
Wewahitchka, who have made quite
a name for themselves in horse
shows around -this area through
their exciting and colorful riding
exhibitions.
Proceeds from the show will go
to the Club's Sight Conservation
Project.

NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP -
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership of George W. Hull and
Paul B. Huckeby, doing business
as "Buckhorn Bar", Port St. Joe,
Florida, has been dissolved by the
purchase of the interest of Paul B.
Huckeby, by George W. Hull and
wife, Izabella M. Hull. The busi-
ness will continue in operation un-
der the supervision of George W.
Hull and wife, Izabella M. Hull,
and will not be subject to liabili-
ties contracted for by any other
person after the date of July 3,
1964.
BUCKHORN BAR
By: George W. Hull
Izabella W. Hull
Owners 4t-7-9


tHURSDAbIJ? 1,6, 19".


m ....


White City Offers

Thanks-for Money
The White City Cubs, of the Gulf
County Little Major League has
a new field, with a new fence, dug-
outs, 1W hea', and concession,
stand.
The new field was made possible
by the donations contributed, by
busine. ethbYishments and,, citi-
zens ofG'ilf' i ihty and other- dis-
tricts.
The Whit,C ;y Cubs,, and the
people 'of White City, wish to take
this oppdrtuniifty' to thank each and
every peron, Who made this pos-
sible. -"
The': cub received donations of
$330.45 in donations. Construction
of the park cost $300.00 in sup-
plies. The remainder of the money
was used to tiy equipment for the
team. : .:


Awards Made for

Work In Scouting
Presentations were made to
workers who conducted the recent
Boy Scoutt fmnd- drive in Port St.
Joe last Thursday at the Port St.
Joe Rotary Club. meeting. The club
sponsors ,%coVing in Port St. Joe.
Presenting the awards was Wood-
row Wilson, publisher of the Pan-
ama .City News and Herald and
President og; the Lake-Sands Dis-
trict. Accompanying Wilson was
Bob Waltofi, District Executive, of
the Lake-Saffds District and Will-
ard Vickefry/,idw Scout Executive
of the District.
Awards --'w ere presented to
George Ipper, Dave May, Bob
Vervaeke, "'jeFox, Leonard Belin,
Gannon Buzzett B. Roy Gibson, Jr.,
Ted Taninon, ir. Joe Hendrix and
John T. Simpson.
In 6 the awards, Wilson
told {ft e hat such drives as
the Itompleted provides
scoutAlga tsltes for 10,000 boys
in ths eoun4l. The program is
canrrf l31,' 00 adult Scouters.
Among ,fe TiAhy uses made of the
drive it the operation of
the V'ist lt. cnp near DeFuniak
Springs .
Gtiests of .the club were Bill
Green and Gene Austin of Apala-
chicpla and Herbert Brown of Al-
bany, Georgia.

Visiting Aunt Aind Uncle
Miss Martha Rogers of Inman,
S. C., iAitinggwith her aunt and
uncle, MW. a d Mrs. W. P. Dockery.




GIVE MORE to

AMERICAN


CANCER SOCIETY
i A n


FOR SALE: 34 lots at Beacon Hill
Beach on Highway 98 between
Panama City and Port St. Joe. Lots
located approximately two blocks
from Gulf. Lots to be sold to high-
est sealed bid received by Septem-
ber 1. We reserve the right to re-
ject any or. all bids. For more in-
formation, write A. V. Bateman,
box 362, Port St. -Joe, Florida or
call 227-7571. 6-25---8-27
FOR SALE: 10x55 house trailer.
Expando living room, 2 bedroom.
Pay very small equity and take
up payments. Phone 648-3700. tfc
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house. 123
Hunter Circle. Available August
1. Phone 229-1361. tfc-7-2
FOR RENT: By week or by the
night, one bedroom and private
bath. Living and room and TV
room privilege. 528 Corner of 6th
and Woodward. 2tp-7-9


FOR SALE
Equity in three bedroom mason-
I:y dwelling with one and one-half
'baths. Has walk-in closet and well
established lawn. Buy equity for
$800 and assume veterans loan at
514 % interest.
Three bedroom house on corner
lot in Oak Grove. To sell for only
$4500. 4t-7-16
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Phone 227-3491 211 Reid Ave
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 or RENT: 2 bedroom
concrete block house on 9th St.
Terms available. See C. G. Costin,
Jr. tfc-6-11
ROOM FOR RENT: Call John W.
Br-nown Phone 9227-8541 tf.-7-16


FOR SALE: 4 ro6m frame house.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call See Ike Hall, 403 Madison Street
Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097 Oak Grove. or Call 229-1981. 5p-2


FOR RENT: Small furnished house
,Perfect for school teacher, single
men or couple. 808% 16th St. Ph.
227-4611. tfp
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot-
tage with large porch. On St.
Joe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone
648-3472. tfc-7-16
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un-
furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60
mo. Inquire, Jim Mapes, 648-3840.p
FOR SALE OR RENT: 3 bedroom
'house on spacious corner lot.
Well landscaped. See R. G. Boyles
*r call 227-4261 day or 648-4600
nights.
FOR RENT: Apartment. Bedroom,
living room, dining room. Phone
227-8305 or write p. o. box 386. tf
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house on
'Long Avenue. $45 per mo. Frank
Hannon, Real Estate Agent, Phone
227-34914 tfc-6-18


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: Furnished apartment,
one block from town. Mrs. Chas.
Brown, 305 6th St., phone 227-
4511. tfc-6-25


FOR RENT: Unfurnished large 2
bedroom house. Fenced back
yard. Nice neighbors. Phone 227-
8536. tfc-6-3
FOR SALE: By owner. 3 bedroom
masonry home. Located on Mar-
vin Ave. Phone 227-2336. 8tc-5-7
FOR RENT: One 2-bedroom furnish.
id apartment. One 2-bedroom
iinfurnished apt. Two 1-bedroom
houses, furnished. Smith's Phar-
macy, Phone 227-5111.
FOR RENT: House at 214 7th St.
$40.00 month. Call 227-7846. 4t
FOR RENT: First floor 2 bedroom
unfurnished apartment. 228%
7th St. Phone 227-7761. tfc-6-11
FOR RENT: Nice furnished, apart-
ment. Couple only. 1621 .Monu-
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641 or 227-
3201. tfe
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished ap-
artment. 1505 Monument Ave.,
Phone 648-4770. tfc
FOR RENT: spacious three bedrm
home at 609 Garrison Ave. Con-
venient to town and schools. Large
yard area. Quiet neighborhood.
Call 229-3431. :tfc-5-7
WANTED: Man for well establish-
ed insurance debit. Must be neat,
dependable and have good car.
Port St. Joe and Apalachicola areas.
If interested call 227-7014, Port St.
Joe, for appointment. tfc-7-16
SALESMAN WANTED: Customers
need service in Gulf Co., or Port
St. Joe full or part time. Earn
$3.50 hourly and up. For informa-
tion write Rawleigh FA G 100 2003
Memphis, Tenn. 5p-7-2


R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
companions welcome.
JOE EVANS, High Priest
JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary


ST I Open 7a.m-9p.m. azard injuries (except repairbe and based on Festoe price current at tim
SH OP TILL 9 (except Sat. till 6) punctures) for the life of the original tread. of adjustment.
Priced as shown at Firestone Stores; competitively priced at Firestone Dealers and at all service stations displaying the Firestone sign.


Pate's Service Center


2nd FHRESTOME De Luxe Champion


Buy 1st tire at price listedd below and get 2nd tire 50"' off that price!


NO TWICE
MICHIGAN CHEMICAL CORPORATION intends
to do everything in its power to rie-est~iblish normal
and cordial relations with its employees. The Corpor-
ation feels that strikes should not be permitted to
create permanent breaks between: the.r Corporation
and its employees.
HOWEVER, DURING THE STRIKE acts of in-
* timidation, violence and other serious violations of the
law occurred against our employees, and the Corpor-
ation's property, which acts cannot be condoned by
Michigan Chemical Corporation.
AS A PART OF THIS COMMUNITY, the Corpora-
tion feels it has a responsibility toi ,idiiM maintaining
respect for law and order and will'continue to press
its efforts for the conviction of those persons respon-
sible for these Jawless acts.
THE CORPORATION THEREFORE increases its
rewards for information leading to the arrest and
conviction of the person or persons" responsible for
these lawless acts as follows:

Shooting into 'Employees Homes Reward
increased from $1,000 to $.$2,Q00.
The throwing of a chain over tke1 3,800 volt
power line Reward increased from
$1,000 to $1,500. '
The shooting of rifle fire into The Corporations
transformers Reward increased from
$1,000 to $1,500.


Michigan Chemical


Corporation
__________________________ ->-*<*7 S rOm7n i


WOOD WORKS -S reen doors,
picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
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.
'JNCLAIMED REPAIRS: We have
3 Singer Sewing Machines that
were unclaimed. Pay repair bill
14.63. These machines are in ex-
ellent shape. Write Service Man-
ger Vogue Sewing Center, 404 E.
Wright St., Pensacola, Fla. 8tc-5-28
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
it Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3364d fo-
lu 1her information or write P. 0.
L., 535.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Puort St. Joe Lodge
No .111, F. & A M., evwo first
and third Thuis day at 8-00 p.m.


N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
h. L. BURGE, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.


FOR 'RENT: 2 bedroom house at
1007 Monument Ae. For informa-
tion call 227.5471, or 229-2941. tfe
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, fur-
nished. 2 baths, living kitchen,
Ig. porch, separate dining rm and
living rm. For information con-
tact Mrs. Cecil Lyons. Available
after Sept. 1. tfc-7-16





I Eminii~kLlle.rn~a~JuiI~nrn1.Amwr r"- -=L~ "-;- -- -9 "P6- 'k 1 ~ -i ~~- ._iMi.. ."` L~-- ____________________1- LL ~-~u---L*l~r~C


Specials for July 15 through July 21


Guaranteed Tender
T Grain 'Fed Heavy
- Tender Broiling


T- Bones


POUND
Boneless Best Flavor New York
STEAKS

lb. 83c


BEEF SA L


THE FRESHEST, LEANEST IN TOWN "COMPARE"
GROUND BEEF

3 lIbs. 99c
All Meat Stew
Ground Chuck Ib 5c
BRISKET STEW 41bs. 59c


Shoulder Roast
Rump. Roast


"GREAT
SAVING"


Full Cut ROUND
STEAK
:- : Y ,
A. .,. "


"Cut With A Fork" Tender
Cube Steak

I b* 8 3


,POUND,

65c~


"CHEAPEST IN TOWN" CENTER CUT
PORK CHOPS

lb. 69c
ARMOUR'S STREAK-O-LEAN BRANDED
SALT BELLY

lb., 29c
SELECT TENDER
BEEF LIVER

31bs. 99c


HALF GALLON With $5.00 Order

Ice Milk


U S. No. 1 White

POTAT


29c


SWIF'S 24 Ounce Can


Spa hetti and Meat Ball

3 cans $1.00
SWIFT'S JEWEL -3 Pound Can
SHORTENING. 49c
TWIN PET

Dog Food can 5c
Duncan Hines White or Yellow CANNED VEGETABLES- or
CAKE MIX ES SOFT DRINKS'
3 boxes $1.00 10 cans 95c
Swift's Prem Kotex
LUNCHEON MEAT SANITARY NAPKINS
can 39c box 29c
A-JAX P POWDER can 10 c


A-JAN With $5.00 Order
Laundry Detergent


Giant Size
59c


FILL YOUR FREEZER at RICH'S
at RICH'S Wholesale Prices!


OKRA
SHELLED
PE A S


At Wholesale Price Less Than Ic Each!
Pint Size Bags
Freezer Bags 75 for 59c


or, MORE


Single
AN A N A S
l b. lOc
White or Yellow
,FRESH CORN
16 ears 39c
Sweet Georgia
CANTALOUPES
ea. 1Oc up


For Seasoning
GARLIC PODS
box 5c


Juicy
LEMONS or LIMES
doz. 29c
Home Grown Half Price
TOMATOES
lb. 15c


FRENCH FRYING or BAKING
California Long White
POTATOES
5 Ibs. 39c


With SNAPS
FRESH PEAS lb. 10c
Yenow
BABY SQUASH lb. 10c
CUCUMBERS or
BELL PEPPER 4 for 19c


Fresh Tender
OKRA


YooU Don't Pay for Stamps at Rich's
YOUR TOTAL WILL BE CHEAPER at RICH'S
Pius One Dozen Ga. Grade 'A' Large
EGGS-iFREE
With $10.00 Order or More


Ib. lOc


Fresh Ripe
Tomatoes
QT.BASKET 25c


THESE SPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY MORNING ONLY, JULY 15, 8:00 to 12:30 SHOP RICH'S WEDNESDAY AND SAVE MORE!
Chuck Tender Broiling Lean Ground Ground Frozen Green Ga. Grade A Lge. Calif. Long White Frozen Elberta With $5.00 Order
STEAK Sirloin B EE F CHUCK Peanuts E G G S Potatoes Lemonade Peaches SUGAR
Pound Pound 3 Pounds 3 Pounds Large Bag 3 Dozen Pound Can Pound 5 LB. Bag
39c 69c 79c 1.49 29c 1.00 5c 10c 10c 39c


bushel $2.60


bushel


$2.90


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tOPELAND'S RANGER SLAB. ... or BEEF LIVER

BACON.


Ib.


29c


BONELESS


Beef Stew
BEE


BR!
E

H


ISKET STEW BEEF
IEEF Ib. 19c C H
BEEF SHORT DUBUQUE'S --
IIBS lb. 29c F R

"THE PRICE
IS RIGHT"


Prices Good July 16, 17 and 18
--Garden


just
Port St. Joe, Fl
Fresh Pi


GOLDEN RIPE FRESH T]
BANANAS lb. 81c Pole
U. S.-NO. 1 WHITE YELLOW
Potatoes 10 Ibs. 59c ONII
LARGE SIZE
WATERMELONS
FOLGER'S Limit 1 With $5.00 Order
COFFEE Ib.c
Louisiana Starkist Chunk Style Bae
YAMS TUNA BU
.No. 2Y2 Can 2 CANS 1I
25c 57c 2
JITNEY JUNGLE
M IL K 3 tall cans
AMERICAN BEAUTY
PORK 'N' BEANS
~ o. -.* ..*


ROBIN HOOD 10 Pound Bag


Flour


Ib. 59c


UCK
12 Ounce Package

ANK


:an


ma Peanut
TTER
2 Oz. Jar
i7c

39c
4, CANS
39c


FRESH GROUND

BEEF


69c


Jo Bo
DOG FOOD
12 CANS
79c
-M- *
Puss 'N' Boots
TUNA for CATS
2 CANS
29c
R.T.
COFFEE
Pound Bag

59c


3


ROAST


S
s


me STOPto SHOP
lorida .
produce "
ENDER
Beans lb. 191
MEDIUM
ONS 3 Ibs. 191


Ibs.


Ib.


12 oz. pkg. .
JITNEY JUNGLE HALF GALLO


99c

39c


C


ICE MILK 39c
Apalachee Bay 10 Oz. Pkg. Hi Acres Orange 6 Oz. Cans
Shrimp 55c Juice 3 for 85c
MORTON'S CHICKEN, BEEF and TURKEY (LIMIT 4) EACH
MEAT PIES 16c


c


NABISCO


MOreos lb. pkg 45c
JITNEY JUNGLE 14 Ounce Bottles


CATSUP
YELLO


OLEO
Roman
STARC
Quart Bottle
17c


2 for 29c


PATTIES
Waldorf Toilet
I TISSUE
4 Roll Pack
31c


ROYAL CROWN PLUS DEPOSIT
COLAS


8 oz.


8c


Super
SUDS
2 Reg. Pkgs.
47c


3 ctns. $1.00


I KRAFT'S
MAYONNAISE --- -- qt. 49c
FRENCH DRESSING-8oz. 21c
ITALIAN DRESSING 8 oz. 31c
Thousand Island DRESSING 8 oz. 31 c


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Double G. P.


Stamps


With Your $5. Order


~LIJf1Dffg~~Jj7~J'


ea. 39c


99c


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Specials for July 15 through July 21


Guaranteed Tender
Grain Fed Heavy


Tender Broiling

T Bones
." S *'


POUND
Boneless Best Flavor New York
STEAKS


lb. 83c


- THE FRESHEST, LEANEST IN TOWN "COMPARE"
GROUND BEEF

3 1bs. 99c
All Meat Stew
Ground Chuck Ib 59c
BRISKET STEW 4 Ibs. 59c


Shoulder Roast
Rump Roast


POUND

65c


"GREAT
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Full Cut ROUND
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"Cut With A Fork" Tender
CubeSteak

I b. 8g3 c


"CHEAPEST IN TOWN" CENTER CUT
PORK CHOPS

lb. 69c
ARMOUR'S STREAK-O-LEAN BRANDED
SALT BELLY

Ib. 29c
SELECT TENDER
BEEF LIVER

31 bs. 99c


HALF GALLON With $5.00 Order

Ice Milk


-\


SWIFT'S 24 Ounce Can


U. S. No. 1 White

POTATOES


29c


Spaghetti and Meat Balls

3 cans $1.00
SWIFT'S JEWEL 3 Pound Can
SHORTENING 49c
TWIN PET

Dog Food can 5c
Duncan Hines White or Yellow CANNED VEGETABLES or
CAKE MIX ES SOFT DRINKS
boxes $1.00 10 cans 95c
Swift's Prem Kotex
LUNCHEON MEAT SANITARY NAPKINS
can 39c box 29c
A-JAX POWDER can 10 c


A-JAX With $5.00 Order
Laundry Detergent


Giant Size
59c


10 LB. BAG
WITH $5.00
GROCERY ORDER
or MORE


Single
B ANANAS
lb. 10c


White or Yellow
FRESH CORN
6 ears 39c


Sweet Georgia
CANTALOUPES
'ea. 10c up


For Seasoning
GARLIC PODS
box 5c
Juicy
LEMONS or LIMES
doz. 29 C
Home Grown Half Price
TOMATOES
ib. 15c


Yo`u Don't Pay for Stamps at Rich's
YOUR TOTAL WILL BE CHEAPER at RICH'S
Plus One Dozen Ga. Grade 'A' Large
EGGS-ith $10.00 OFREE
With $10.00 Order or More


0 K!RA
SHELLED
PE AS
At Wholesale Price
Pint Size Bags
Freezer Bags


bushel $2.60

bushel $2.90
- Less Than Ic Each!
75 for 59c


FRENCH FRYING or BAKING
California Long White
POTATOES
5 lbs. 39c
With SNAPS
FRESH PEAS Ilb. 10c
Yenow
BABY SQUASH lb. 10c
CUCUMBERS or
BELL PEPPER 4 for 19c


Fresh Tender
OKRA


Ib. 1Oc


Fresh Ripe
Tomatoes
BASKET 25c


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Ga, r^ade A Lge Calif. Long White Frozen Elberta With $5.00 Order
Chuck Tender Broiling Lean Ground Ground Frozen Green Ga. Grade A Lge. Calif. Long White
STEAK Sirloin B E E F CHUCK Peanuts E G G S Potatoes Lemonade Peaches SUGAR
Pound Pound 3 Pounds 3 Pounds Large Bag 3 Dozen Pound Can Pound 5 LB. Bag
39c 69c 79c 1.49 29c 1.00 5c lOc lOc 39c


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IEEF lb. 19c ( H
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-:- Garden Fresl
GOLDEN RIPE
BANANAS 8b.80c
U. S. NO. 1 WHITE
Potatoes 10 Ibs. 59c
LARGE SIZE
WATERMELON
FOLGER'S Limit 1 With $5.00 Order
COFFEE i
Louisiana Starkist Chunk Style
YAMS TUNA
No. 2V2 Can 2 CANS
25c 57c
JITNEY JUNGLE
M ILK 3 tall c
AMERICAN BEAUTY
PORK 'N' BEANS


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h Produce -:-
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Pole Beans lb. 19
YELLOW MEDIUM
ONIONS 3 ibs. 191


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b. can
Bama Peanut
BUTTER
12 Oz. Jar
27c

ans 39c
4 CANS,
39c


ROBIN HOOD- 10 Pound Bag


Flour


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ICE MILK
Apalachee Bay 10 Oz. Pkg. Hi Acres (
Shrimp 55c Juice
MORTON'S CHICKEN, BEEF and TURKEY (LIMIT 4)


MEAT PIES


c
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69c
Jo Bo
DOG FOOD
12 CANS
79c
Puss 'N' Boots
TUNA for CATS
2 CANS
29c
R.T.
COFFEE
Pound Bag

59c


NABISCO


39c
)range 6 Oz. Cans
3 for 85c
EACH
16c


^ Oreos Ib. pkg 45c
JITNEY JUNGLE 14 Ounce Bottles


CATSUP
YELLO


OLEO
Roman
STARC
Quart Bottle
17c


2 for 29c


PATTIES
Waldorf Toilet
I TISSUE
4 Roll Pack
31c


ROYAL CROWN PLUS DEPOSIT
COLAS


8 oz. 8c
Super
SUDS
2 Reg. Pkgs.
47c


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THE STAR
Published Every thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port SL. JOs foAida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publishe
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department


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Pos'ronxce Box 308


Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe.
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
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advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word I thoughtful
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly eon-
rinces. The spoken word is lost; th3 printed word remains.


Our Growing Forest


"A grand old man
named O'Leary,
Found the heat
was making' him weary.
He cut holes different sizes
In his roof
'cause heat rises,
But when it rains,
nt ruins hisu they"


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By JOE MAXWELL
Farm Forester
Forestry might be defined as the
skillful development and use of all
resources of a forest property.
This multiple use concept embra-
ces such resources as wildlife, wa-
ter, range and recreation, in addi-
tion to timber, naval stores, and
other products of the forest. For-
est Farmers are usually most in-
terested in the commercial aspects
of forestry, that is the production
and marketing of saleable products.
It might be said that there are five
aspects of good successful forestry.
These are protection, economic,
silviculture, management and utili-
zation.
Protection of the forest is of pri-
mary importance. Boundaries must
be known and marked where neces-
sary for protection against willful
trespass and for location of fire-
breaks. We must also protect the
forest against its natural enemies,
insects and disease.
Economics concerns the forest
landowner because he wants to
know if his forest business will pay
better than some other form of
land use. The forest landowner
should pay attention to his cost
and expenses to insure his net re-
turn on his investment.
Silviculture is the science and
art of establishing, tending and re-
producing the forest. This encom-
passes 'the cultural operations of
the forest such as site preparation
for planting seedlings, the planting
of seedlings, thinning to remove
competition and accelerate growth
of the residual trees, and any oth-
er cultural tending of the forest
up to the final harvest.
Management refers to the inven-
tory and planning activities neces-
sary in the conduct of the forest
business. The forest landowners
must know what he has to work
with in terms of species of trees,
their size, volume, quality, and
growth rate in order to plan his
forest activities.
For proper utilization the forest
landowner must know the avail-
ability of markets for his forest
products. To properly utilize his
forest products he must understand
something of the utility of the
trees he grows as well as some-
thing about the end product speci-
fications.
For assistance with your forest
management problems call, 763-
5456 or write to Farm Forester,
P. 0. Box 1391, Panama City, Flor-
ida.
Visiting W. 0. Nichols
Visiting with the W. 0. Nichols'
are members of Mrs. Nichols fam-
ily. They are Mrs. Mary Haswell
and Mrs. Dorothy Thomas of Dur-
ham, N. C., Mrs. H. H. Grier and
family of Sanford, Mrs. Fannie
Herring and Mrs. Ethel Hall and
family of Malone, L. F. Herring,
Jr., of Macon, Georgia, Miss Terri
Herring, Springfield, Ill., and Mrs.
Lillian Cox and'family of Mobile,
Ala. They are enjoying the area's
beautiful beaches.


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BEEF CHUCK
R O AST

lb. 39c
"SUPER-RIGHT"
Western Boneless
STEW BEEF or
GROUND CHUCK
lb. 59c
"SUPER-RIGHT"
SHOULDER
ROAST


Ib. 59c


10 to 14 Lb.
Average


Ib.38c


"SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN PORK


SPARE


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r na7 SPECIAL! Heinz Condensed-10V/ Oz. Can

oo ~PLAID CHEESE SOUP can 10c
SPECIAL! Libby's 13V2 Oz. Can
SWith coupon and purchase of
Ann Page, Lb. Jar Tomato JUICE can lOc
Pure Honey lb. jar 43c .
IJAX. 7-18-64 Hallmark White 1 Lb. Can
SCoupon good thru Sun., July 19 1,
sgs...-.. we -.sJ- Whole Potatoes can 10c

an- A l SPECIAL! A&P Grade A-1 I lb., 2 oz, Cans
arAMPM Swt. Potates 2 cans 45c
With coupon and purchase of
JAX. 7-18-64 SPECIAL! A&P Hawaiian-1 Qt., 14 Oz. Cans
Coupon good thru Sun., July 19
Ann Page, i lb., 2 oz. Jar
Garden Relish 39c Pineapple Juice 3 cans $1
Ga~den 'Relsh 39


SPECIAL! Apple Keg-1 Qt., 14 Oz. Cans


P Apple JUICE can 35c
PS SPECIAL! Sultana
With coupon and purchase of *
Ann Page, Pint Jar Salao Dressing
Wi c "thdChe'i'^o BSalad Dressing qt. 35C
Sandwich Spread 39c
JAX. 7-18-64 SPECIAL! Jane Parker-1 Lb., 1 Oz.
Coupon good thru Sun., July 19 A gel
Llo mm Angel Food cake 39c
CUSTOM GROUND-Mild and Mellow EIGHT O'CLOCK LB. BAG 3 LB. BAG

COFFEE Sale 67c $1.99
SAVE AT A&P! SPECIAL! IONA CREAM STYLE

GOLDEN CORN lb. can 10c
SAVE AT A&P! SPECIAL! ALL FLAVORS MARVEL BRAND-


ICE MILK half gal.ctn. 39c
SAVE AT A&P! SPECIAL! JANE PARKER DELICIOUS-1 LB., 8 OZ.


APPLE PIES


Hawaiian, 46 Oz.
PUNCH --.--.......... can 39c
Bennetts, 12 oz.
FIX-A-DRINK ........ 25c
1Oc Off Label, 75 ft.
Reynolds Wrap -..---... 77c
Nabisco Premium
SALTINES ........ lb. 29c
Vegetable Shortening -
CRISCO .... 3 lb. can 79c FANCY
Star-Kist Light Meat
Chunk Tuna -- 62 oz. 35c
Nabisco Spoon Size, 11Y% oz.
Shredded Wl at .--- 27c
Minute Maid Froz. Reg., 6 oz.
Lemonade .- 2 for 25c
Minute Maid Froz. Pink, 6 oz LARGE
Lemonade .-- 2 for 25c T
Pillsbury. Buttermilk LE T
BISCUITS -........ can 10c
Mueller's Elbow, 8 oz. Fresh SN
MACARi NI .. 2 for 29c
Gold King Frozen GRA
,Onion Rings .... 8 oz. 39c
Eelbeck Water Ground FRESH
Corn Meal .....-.. 5 lb. 51c
Aunt Nellies Pickle CARR
Sliced Beets lb. jar 19c
Chicken of Sea Light
Chunk Tuna 6 V2,oz. 35c

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FRUITS


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2 pints 79c


LES
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CRISP ICEBERG
T U C E head 19c
weet White Seedless or Red
PES ---- b. 29c
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Average


Library Has Books of


Interest For Children
If children had voted in the 1956 Saint Joseph's Children's Library
election, Davy Crockett would have lists a few of the good selections
been their 'choice for president. of books available to everyone.
It all started with one television The library, located on Eighth
program. Within a few days, kids
were talking like him, dressing like Street, is open from 4 to 5 p.m.,
him and ransacking libraries and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fri-
bookstores to find out more about days.
the "King of the Wild Frontier". "A B C Bunny". Grades 1-3.
Peter Pan, Cinderella and Wyatt Verse, pictures and music are de-
Earp caused similar reading booms lightfully combined in an alphabet
after their TV debuts. book. that relates the adventures
of a little rabbit.
What happened? T e 1 e vision "All Aot near.
sparked an interest that only "All About Undersea Explora-
books, with their great range, could tion". Grades 4-6. With the grow-
fully satisfy. ing importance of undersea explor-
ation to man's survival on Earth,
If your child doesn't start search- this book fills a definite need in
ing for books on his own, don't be a child's education. Describes the
dismayed. Here are some ways you work of helmet and scuba divers;
can give him a helping hand. of bathyscaphe and submarine; of
Watch TV with your child oc- undersea archaeologists, photogra-
casionally. And keep a dictionary phers, oil geologists and cable ex-
or encyclopedia near the TV set. perts; and suggests future exciting
When he starts popping questions, discoveries to come.
you can help him look up the an- "West Point". Grades 7-8. Over
swers then and there. (His teacher 250 photographs and brief text de-
or local librarian can recommend pict what life is like for a cadet
the best reference books for his at the U. S. Military Academy.
age.) Here are all the activities of West
As you talk over the programs Point-cadets at study, work and
with him, you'll soon learn his pet play; in barracks and classrooms;
subjects. Whatever they are-from on parade, on athletic fields at
the wild West to the Milky Way- Camp Buckner.
you can help him find exciting
books about them at the library. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS


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Minute Maid Froz. Reg., 12 oz
Lemonade -- ..... 2 for 45c
Minute Maid Frozen, 6 oz.
Limeade ........ 2 for 25c
510 FIFTH STREET
Prices in this Advertisement are
good through Sunday, July 19


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1964

David Odum In Asbell In Yeoman's
Summer Camp At School In Maryland


Fort Sill, Okla.


BAINBRIDGE, MD., (FHTNC) -


SClayton E. Asbelle, Jr., seaman
Fort Sill, Oklahoma Cadet apprentice, USN, son of Mr. and
David J. Odum, son of Rev. and Mrs. Clayton E. Asbelle, Sr. of 520
Mrs. Julius C. Odum Box 38, Port'
Mrs. Julius C. Odum Box 38, Port' Fourth St., Port St. Joe, Florida, is
St. Joe, Florida, is one of the ap-
proximate 1800 Reserve Officers attending Yeaman School at the
Training Corps Cadets attending Naval Training Center, Bainbridge
the six weeks U. S. Army General Md.
Military Science ROTC Camp at He is studying typing, personnel
Fort Sill,- Okahoma. records, naval correspondence and
The cadets began their training other administrative procedures.
on 20 June 1964. They will be given ______ _______
the opportunity at the camp to ap- MRS. PORTER APPOINTED
ply the techniques of the military PHILACO CLUB CHAIRMAN
principles they learned in the class- Mrs. Ned Porter of this city has
room and will be provided with the been appointed chairman of the
maximum permissible opportunities Department of Apalachicola His-
to serve in positions of leadership story for the Philaco Club in Apa-
during the training period. lachicola.
Cadet Odum is a student at Oua- lachDuring the 1964-6cola.5 rs.
chita Baptist College, Arkadelphia DuTrin gthe11 -n5 Mrc ,rwisht


Arkansas.


Steve Lucas With
USS John Adams
USS JOHN ADAMS (FHTNC) -
Stephen L. Lucas, torpedoman's
mate second class, USN, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. 0. Lucas of 1021 Mar-


Marshall, Sr., of Apalachicola will
serve on this committee with Mrs.
Porter.

Rev. Carter Feted
With Dinner Party
The Pentecostal Holiness Church
on Garrison Avenue, 'honored Rev.


vin Ave., Port St. Joe, Fla., is a and Mrs. Jack Carter Wednesday
remember of the Navy ballast night with a "going away" supper.
crewmember of the Navy ballistic For this occasion, the c color scheme
missile submarine USS John Ad- was purple ahd old. The tables
ams operating in the Cape Ken- were decorated with purple cloths
nedy, Fla., area testing her mis- using lavender and gold flowers.
sile capabilities. A supper of good food was en-
John Adams, the newest of the joyed br a devotional as held
ballistic missile submarines, is e- in the sanctuary of the' hutch. A
quipped with the A-3 missile with few songs were sung 'by the con-
a range of 2,500 miles. Upon corn- gregation with' Rev. Carter leading
pletion of the testing she will re- in prayer.
turn to Portsmouth, N.HThe church families and the
men's and women's Bible classes
Return From Vacation presented lovely gifts 'and Words
Return From Vacation of appreciation to the Carters for
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jackson and their work with the local church
daughters, Connie and Dale have during the past year. The'Rev. Car-
returned home after vacationing ter has been sent to ;pastor a
for two weeks in Birmingham, church in Oriando.
Ala., with Mr. Jackson's parents, Rev. Hubert White, former pas-
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Jackson and tor will be coming back to Port
visiting in Meigs, Georgia with St. Joe to pastor the church. Rev.
relatives of Mrs. Jackson. White is well known in Port St.
1K Joe. He was pastor of the local
Guests of Watts church when its building was built
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. in 1959 and continued in this ca-
Watts were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nor- pacity until 1962. He 'wis also a
ton and children, Susan, Sam and teacher in the St. Joe High School.
Scott. The Nortons arrived here during this time.
last Friday and left Tuesday to re- CLASSIFIED ADS!
turn to their home in Calhoun, Midget Invesfments That Yield
Tenn. Giant Returns!


THE SAME AS ANY OTHER MILK?


ANSWER

NO! AN IMPORTANT DIFFERENCE TO YOU IS
THE FRESHNESS OF VELDA MILK. THE FRESH-
'ER THE MILK THE MORE FLAVOR AND
NUTRITION IT HAS. VELDA HOMOGENIZED
MILK IS GUARANTEED FRESHER. FRESHER,
BECAUSE IT COMES FROM OUR OWN DAIRY
COWS, THEN IT IS INSTANTLY COOLED TO
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AND DELIVERED FRESH TO YOU IN REFRIG-
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22 Ounce Jar 4


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6 ozs. 69c
1 DOZ,
LEMONS
REQ. PRICE


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at
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Fresh, Lean, 1st Cut
PORK CHOPS i
POUND
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Gtuil County, Florida, and the said
GULF COUNTY COMMISSION Comp any,
GULF COUNTY COMMISSIONor its agent, is hereby notified to
show cause, if any, why such in-
creased assessment should not
The Board of County Commis' tion C, Tax Manager; Atlanta 9, stand, and the Board will receive
sioners of Gulf County, Florida,-Georgia. at said meeting any evidence and
met this date in Special Session, ADOPTED this sixth day of July esstimony with regard to said in-
pursuant to Notice Published ac- 1964. Board of County Commis- BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
cording to law, as a Board of Equa- sion Gulf County, Florida. that a copy of this resolution be
lization for the purpose of hearing RESOLUTION published according to law and
complaints and receiving testimony WHEREAS, the Gulf County pro- that a copy hereof be mailed to
as to the value of any property, perties of Pure Oil Company was Southeastern Pipe Line P 0 Box
real or personal, as fixed by the assessed on the 1963 tax rolls of 1737 Atlanta, Georgia.
Tax Assessor. Gulf County, Florida at $126,175.00; ADOPTED this sixth day of July,
The meeting came to order at WHEREAS, the Tax Assessor of 1964 Board of County Commission
".9:00 A. M. The Clerk opened the Gulf County, Florida reduced said Gulf County, Florida.
meeting with prayer. properties on the 1964 tax rolls of
The Chairman requested the at- Gulf County, Florida to the assess- After waiting more than one
torney to explain the law as to this ed value of $42,000.00; hour no one coming before the
meeting. The Attorney, thereupon WHEREAS, the Board of County Board to object to said values as
read the law to the Board (Section Commission fell that the said re- assessed on the 1964 Tax Roll,
193.25). duction is excessive and that as there was a motion by Commission-
The Chairman then asked if the of January 1, 1964, said properties er Graham, seconded by Commis-
law provided that the Board could had a value of $94,631.25, which sioner Kennedy and upon vote was
make any increase or decrease on resulted in a decrease of 25 per unanimously carried, that the
the roll, even if no complaints are cent from the 1963 assessed value; Board accept the values as pre-
filed before the Board. The Attor- NOW,THEREFORE, BE IT RE- sented on the 1964 Tax Roll sub-
ney answered that the Equalization SOLVED by the Board of County ject to the changes as directed in
Board can increase or decrease any Commission of "Gulf County, Flor- the three resolutions heretofore
assessment, providing that the sta- ida, that the Tax Assessor of Gulf adopted at this meeting, and sub-
tutes are followed. County is hereby directed to re- ject to any changes made at the
Whereupon, the Honorable Sam- store the properties of Pure Oil meeting of the Board of Equaliza-
ual A. Patrick presented the Gulf Company on the 1964 tax rolls of tion to be held at 9:00 A. M. (CST)
County, Tax Roll for the year 1964, Gulf County, Florida to $94,631.25, August third, 1964, and that the
showing the following total values, resulting in an increase over the Clerk is hereby directed to adver-
to-wit: 1964 tax rolls of $25,631.25; tise that this Board will set as a
TOTAL VALUE $20,435,768.00 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Board of Equalization on said date.
Exempt: that notice hereof be published
; Hbamesteads 4,016,450.00 in a newspaper of general-circula- There being no further business,
Other Exempt 1,226,400.00 tion of. Gulf County according to the meeting adjourned.
~1 5,242,850.00 law, and that the-owner-or its a- ATTEST
Non-Exempt: gent be. notified that the Board of ATTg C lEST:k
Real Estate 5,893,090.00 County Commission will meet at G eorge Y. Core Chairman
Personal Property 8,949,734.00 9:00 a.m. CST on Monday, August James G. McDanel Chairman
Railroad & Telephone 350,094.00 third, 1964, at the courthouse in -
15,192,918.00 Wewahitchka, Gulf County, Florida, CLASSIFIED ADS!
After much discussion, Conmmis- and the said Pure Oil Company, or Midget Investments That Yield
sioner Kennedy offered the follow- its agent, is hereby notified to Giant Returns!
ing -three- resolutions and moved show cause, if any, why such in-
for their adoption, seconded by creased, assessment should not
Commissioner Graham and upon stand, and the Board will receive
vote was unanimously adopted. at said meeting any evidence and
RESOLUTION testimony with regard to said in-
WHEREAS, the Gulf County pro- creased assessment.
perties of Gulf Oil Company was BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
assessed on the 1963 tax rolls of that a copy' of-this resolution be
WHEREAS, the Tax Assessor of that a copy hereof be mailed to
Gulf county, Florida, reduced said Pure Oil Company, 200 East Golf
properties on the 1964 tax rolls of, Road, Palatine, Illinois.
Gulf County, Florida, to the ases- ADOPTED this sixth day of July,
sed value of $52,667.00; and 1964. Board of County Commis- J u
WHEREAS, the Board of county sion Gulf County. Florida.
Commission felt that the said re-
duction is excessive and thatsas of RESOLUTION
January 1, 1964, said prooreties WHEREAS, the Gulf County pro-
had a value of $103,050.00, Which parties of Southeastern Pipe Line 0
resulted in a decrease of 25 per Company, a Delaware corporation,
cent-from the 1963 assessed value; was assessed on the 1963 tax rolls
NOW-THEREFORE, BE IT RE- ofGulf County, Florida, at $391, .
SOLVED by -the Board of County 050.00; ,_ __ __ _
Commission of Gulf County, Flor- WHEREAS, the Tax Assessor of
ida, that the Tax Assessor of Gulf Gulf County, Florida. reduced said
County is hereby directed to re- properties on the 1964 tax rolls of
Company on the 1964 tax rolls of value of $100,000; v
Gulf County, Florida to $103,050.00 WHEREAS, the Board of County TO OUR
resulting in an increase over the Commission feel that the said re-
1964 tax rollys of $50,383.00; duction is excessive and that as of NbuW LoctionI
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED January 1, 1964, said properties
that notice hereof be published in had a value of $293,287.50, which
a newspaper of general circulation resulted in a decrease of 25 per St. Joe 'Radio
of Gulf County according to law, cent from the 1963 assessed value;
and that the owner or its agent be NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- .- T r
notified that the Board of County SOLVED by the Board of County anII ITV Co.
Commission will meet at 9:00 a.m. Commission of Gulf County, Flor-
CST on Monday, August 3,1964, at ida, that the Tax Assessor of Gulf Next Door to Cooper's
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Gulf County, Florida, and the said store the properties of the South-
Gulf Oil Company, or its agent, is eastern Pipe Line Company, a Del-
hereby notified to show cause, if aware Corporation, on the 1964 tax
any, why such said meeting any rolls of Gulf County, Florida to
any, why such increased assessment $293,287.50, resulting in an in-
should not stand, and the Board crease over the 1964 tax rolls of
will receive at said meeting any $193,287.50;
evidence and testimony with re-
gard to said increased assessment. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
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GULF COUNTY

The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
met this date in Special Session,
pursuant to Notice Published ac-
cording to law, as a Board of Equa-
lization for the purpose of hearing
complaints and receiving testimony
as to the value of any property,
real or personal, as fixed by the
Tax. Assessor.
The meeting came to order at
. 9:00 A. M. The Clerk opened the
meeting with prayer.
The -Chairman requested the at-
torney to explain the law as to this
meeting. The Attorney, thereupon
read the law to the Board (Section
193.25)..
The Chairman then asked if the
law provided that the Board could
make any increase or decrease on
the roll, even if no complaints are
filed before the Board. The Attor-
ney answered that the Equalization
Board can increase or decrease any
assessment, providing that the sta-
tutes are followed.
Whereupon, the Honorable Sam-
ual A. Patrick presented the Gulf
County Tax Roll for the year 1964,
showing the following total values,
to-wit:
TOTAL VALUE $20,435,768.00
Exempt:
Homesteads 4,016,450.00
Other Exempt 1,226,400.00
1 5,242,850.00
Non-Exempt:
Real Estate 5,893,090.00
Personal Property 8,949,734.00
Railroad & Telephone 350,094.00
15,192,918.00
After much discussion, Commis-
sionge gennedy offered the follow-
ing three resolutions and moved
for their adoption, seconded by
Commissioner Graham and. upon
vote was unanimously adopted.
RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, the Gulf County pro-
perties of Gulf Oil Company was
assessed on the 1963 tax rolls of
Gulf County, Florida at $137,400.00
WIEREAS, the Tax Assessor of
Gulf County, Florida, reduced said
properties on the 1964 tax 'olls of
Gulf County, Florida, to th4e asses-
sed value of $52,667.00; and "
WHEREAS, the Board of County
Commission felt that the sid re-
duction is excessive and that as of
January 1, 1964, said propreties
had a value of $103,050.00, which
resulted in a decrease of 25 per
cent from the 1963 assessed value;
NOW-THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED by the Board of County
Commission of Gulf County, Flor-
ida,' that the Tax Assessor of Gulf
County is hereby directed to re-
store the properties of Gulf Oil
Company on the 1964 tax rolls of
Gulf County, Florida to $103,050.00
resulting in an increase over the
1964 tax rollys of $50,383.00;
-BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that notice hereof be published in
Sa newspaper of general circulation
of Gulf County according to law,
and that the owner or its agent be
notified that the Board of County
Commission will meet at 9:00 a.m.
CST on Monday, August 3,1964, at
the courthouse in Wewahitchka
Gulf County, Florida, and the said
Gulf Oil Company, or its agent, is
hereby notified to show cause, if
any, why such said meeting any
any, why such increased assessment
should not stand, and the Board
will receive at said meeting any
evidence and testimony with re-
gard to said increased aessment.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that a copy of' this resolution be
published according to law and
that a copy hereof mailed to Gulf
Oil Company, P. 0. Box 7245, Sta.


MINUTES 40Me


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COMMISSION

tiori C, Tax Manager, Atlanta 9,
Georgia.
ADOPTED this sixth day of July
1964. Board of County Commis-
sion Gulf County, Florida.
RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, the Gulf County pro-
perties of Pure Oil Company was
assessed on the 1963 tax rolls of
Gulf County, Florida at $126,175.00;
WHEREAS, the Tax Assessor of
Gulf County, Florida reduced said
properties on the 1964 tax rolls of
Gulf County, Florida to the assess-
ed value of $42,000.00;
WHEREAS, the Board of County
Commission fell that the said re-
duction is excessive and that as
of January 1, 1964, said properties;
had a value of $94,631.25, which
resulted in a decrease of 25 per
cent from the 1963 assessed value;
NOW,THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED by the Board of County
Commission of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, that the Tax Assessor of Gulf
County is hereby directed to re-
store the properties of Pure Oil
Company on the 1964 tax rolls of
Gulf County, Florida to $94,631.25,
resulting in an increase over the
1964 tax rolls of $25,631.25;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that notice hereof be published
in a newspaper of general circula-
tion of Gulf County according to
law, and that the Owner or its a-
gent be notified that the Board of
County Commission will .,meet at
9:00 a.m. CST on Monday, August
third, 1964, at the courthouse in
Wewahitchka, Gulf County, Florida
and the said Pure Oil Company, or
its agent, is hereby notified to
show, cause, if any, why such in-
creased assessment should not
stand, and the Board will. receive
at said meeting any evidence and
testimony with regard to said in-
creased assessment.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that a copy of this resolution be
published according to law and
that a copy hereof be mailed to
Pure Oil Company, 200 East Golf
Road,. Palatine, Illinois.
ADOPTED this sixth day of July,
1964. Board of County Commis-
sion Gulf County. Florida.
RESOLUTION '
WHEREAS, the Gulf County pro-
perties of Southeastern Pipe Line
Company, a Delaware corporation,
was assessed on the 1963 tax rolls
of Gulf County, Florida, at $391,
050.00;
WHEREAS, the Tax A"sessor of
Gulf County, Florida. reduced said
properties on the 1964 tax rolls of
Gulf County, Florida to be assessed
value of $100,000;
WHEREAS, the Board of County
Commission feel that the said re-
duction is excessive and that as of
January 1, 1964, said properties
a had a value of $293,287.50, which
resulted in a decrease of 25 per
cent from the 1963 assessed value;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED by the Board of County
Commission of Gulf Counity, Flor-
ida, that the Tax Assessd6 of Gulf
SCounty is hereby directed to re-
4 store the properties of the South-
eastern Pipe Line Company, a Del-
aware Corporation, on the 1964 tax
rolls of Gulf County, Florida to
$293,287.50, resulting in an in-
crease over the 1964 tax rolls of
$193,287.50;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that notice hereof published in a
newspaper of general circulation
of Gulf County according to law,
and that the owner or its agent be
notified that the Board of County
Commission will meet at 9:00 a.m.,


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easy terms to fit your pocketbook.
"FOR INFORMATION CALL"
GULF COAST Harley-Davidson
1418 Harrison Ave. SU 5-6363

RUG CLEANING
9 by 12 Rugs, $5;00
CASH AND CARRY
Dyeing Spot Removal
FLOORMASTER RUGATERIA
3425 E. Hwy. 98 PO 3-1545


CATHERINE'S SHOP
First Quality Fabric
Patterns Notions
See Our Spring Hats
2817 E. 5th St. SU 5-6091

ELLIS MUSIC CO.
HAMMOND ORGANS
Story & Clark Pianos
Guitars, Musical Instruments
SHEET MUSIC, INSTRUCTIONS
314 Harrison Ave. 763-2611


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


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


BOB'S TOP SHOP
Auto Interiors a Specialty
Complete furniture upholstery
Truck, Tractor Seats Repaired
2135 Hwy. 98 East PO 3-1683


M&S
TERMITE & PEST CONTROL, Inc.
HOME OWNED SINCE 1943
"Don't let your pests rest-
put M&S to the test"
HOME COMMERCIAL
RESIDENTIAL
for free inspection call SU 5-8733


IMMEDIATE DEUVERY FAST CREDfI EASY TERMS!



St. Joe Motor Company

322 Monument Ave. Phone 227-3737


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BROCHURES SOCIETY PRINTING
ENGRAVING


THE STAR PUBLISHING CO.
Letterpress Printing Offset Printing Office Suppile


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Buttermilk, Non-fat Milk,
Low-fat Milk, Chocolate Milk
Butter, Eggs, Oleo, Fruit
Juices.

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Products at your favorite Super \i
Market or call us, collect, for home
delivery.






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Dial 639-256 Wewahltchka, Fla.


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(Plus Electrical Connections)




Ward Electric Service

Phone 227-3316 517 First Street


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Js4 owi Mond' Augis t 9.1064, it
he courthouse in Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Filoida, and the said
Southeastern Pilie Line Companyj
)r its agent, is hereby notified to
show cause, if any, why such in-
creased assessment should jiot
stand, and the Board will receive
at said meeting any evidence and
testimony with regard to said in-
creased assessment.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that a copy of this resolution be
published according to law and
that a copy hereof be mailed to
Southeastern Pipe Line, P. 0. Box
1737, Atlanta, Georgia.
ADOPTED this sixth day of July,
1964. Board of County Commission
Gulf County, Florida.
After waiting more than one
hour no one coming before the
Board to object to said values as
assessed on the 1964 Tax Roll,
there was a motion by Commission-
er Graham, seconded by Commis-
sioner Kennedy and upon vote was
unanimously carried, that the
Board accept the values as pre-
sented on the 1964 Tax Roll sub-
ject to the changes as directed in
the three resolutions heretofore
adopted at this meeting, and sub-
ject to any changes made at the
meeting of the Board of Equaliza-
tion to be held at 9:00 A. M. (CST)
August third, 1964, and that the
Clerk is hereby directed to adver-
tise that this Board will set as a
Board of Equalization on said date.
There being no further business,
the meeting adjourned.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core Clerk
James G. McDaniel Chairman

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Toiletries for Men
SPECIAL--"Seconds" Bath Towels, Face towels,
Wash Cloths and Terry Cloth by the Yard.


SMITH'S PHARMACY
2 Registered Pharmacists on duty


Phone 227-5111


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