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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 30, 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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Friday and Saturday


July 31


Port St. Joe Merchantis

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- August 1


SEE BIG 12-PAGE SECTION IN THIS WEEK'S ISSUE FOR
SIDEWALK SALE SAVINGS


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


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


TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA,


THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1964


Second Annual



Lions Horse Show
f t- and fifth places in the competition.
In addition to the regular horse
Saturday exshow, fans will be treated to an
extra-special exhibition put on by
The Port St. Joe Lions Club is Wewahitchka's Saddlin' Seminoles
expecting a large group of spec- and a gaited and walking horse ex-
tators as well as entrants in its hibition by members of this group,
second annual Lions Club Horse under the direction of Dr. Harold
Show Saturday night, beginning at B. Canning.
7:00 p.m., at the city baseball There will be an entry fee of
park, according to project co-chair- $1.00 per class in the competitive
men John Howard and Charles events. One rider for each horse
Norton. will be admitted to the show with
The proceeds from the action! no admission charge, officials re-
packed show will be used to fi- port.
nonce the Lions Club Sight Con- Admission will be $1.00 for


servation Program, the primary
project of Lions Clubs all over
the United States.
The shw.v will consist of 14 clas-
ses or events, and a trophy and
ribbon will be given for the win-
ner in each class. Ribbons will also


adults and 50c for students un-
der 12 years of age. Mrs. Sharon
Watson of Tallahassee, a well-
known horse show official in
the tri-state area, will be judge
for the show, with Tom S. Colde-
wey acting as master of cere-


County Votes To

Negotiate for

Courthouse Land
The County Commission voted
Tuesday night to negotiate with
land owners for two sites on
which to build the new Gulf
County Courthouse.
The Bbard voted to accept a
minimum area of eight acres for
construction of the county head-
quarters.
The Board agreed that it would
negotiate for the area now oc-
cupied by the City Park at the
corner of Fifth Street and High-
way 98 as their first choice.
Their second choice was proper-
ty lying to the North of Fifth
Street between Garrison and
Woodward Avenues.
The first choice site contains
approximately nine acres and
the second choice site contains a
little over 11 acres.
Commissioner Walter Graham
is chairman of the site negotia-


County Approves Levy




SOne for Library


Registration Set for

Gulf Coast College
Gulf Coast Junior College will
offer three courses this fall at its
Educational Center in the First
Methodist Church at Mexico Beach,
officials announced this week.
College officials say they plan
now to offer English 102, "Eng-
lish In Personal Development"
and BAN 215, "Business Law" on
Monday nights at the Center. BAN
101, "Business Organization and
Management", will be offered on
Thursday nights.


be given for second, third, fourth monies, tion committee. Each of the three courses carry
regular college-credit and conform
O ffeM T T to college standards, officials said.
MThe Mexico Beach Education Cen-
M erchan ter, begun last year for the first
_c fTi.time, -was -t.,li ie't to serve'Bay
County residents in that area, as
At well as interested Gulf County citi-

VWAn sInualale Even Registration will be held at the
Mexico Beach Center at 6:30 p.m.,
Port St. Joe's Retail Merchant's Division of the Cham- (CST) Monday, August 17. All in-
ber of Commerce, after three months of planning, will stage COnty Attorney Gaskn terested persons at that should plan tosure su
its third annual "Sidewalk Sale" Friday and Saturday of f.. P cessful offering of the courses.
this week. The sale, this year as in the past, will feature Resigns from PostPersons interested in other cour-
old fashioned bargains, old fashioned merchandising, and County Attorney David Carl ses should make their requests
plenty of "atmosphere" to create a homey, neighborly atmos- Gaskin offered his resignation as known at the August 17 meetin-
phere between the merchants and citizens of the city during County Attorney to the County officials said, and additional cour-
this two day event. Board Tuesday night. is high enough and instructors are
Nearly all of Port St. Joe's retail Gaskin said that he didn't wish available.
stores are participating in what has llLeague to be involved in the bond proceed-
stores are participating in what has men's Sofm league ings of the new courthouse and
become an annual event, with en- egin r offered his resignation before the
thusiasm and a determination to Begins Play-off Series workbeganso that the new attor-
offer real "old-fashioned bargains" The regular softball season has ney would begin negotiations at
to their customers. 01 Fu da N n che outset of the building program. i
Several activities have been come to a close. Florida National attorney Gaskin told the Board
planned to make the event plea- Bank has won the league cham- that it had been a pleasure to serve
sant and acceptable by the public pionship for the second year in a them for the past 10 years and
In several of the downtown stores row. that he would continue to work
Sevthere willbe freerefreshmen away The league will begin a double for the progress of Gulf County,
Several prizes will be given away along with the Board. He offered
and a genuine carnival has been elimination tournament this Mo r along with the Board. He offered be
his services for as long as need be it W
achieved by the merchants for this day night. Games will be played for the new attorney to familiarize .
sale. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and himself with the county operation.
One of the free events offered Friday nights. Monday's games will Gaskin's resignation is effective
for this sale will be a free mo- feature Wiley's Supply and Florida Saturday, August 1.
vie on Saturday morning from National Bank meeting at 7:30 and The Board retained the services
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. The Vitro and Wewahitchka State Bank of Port St. Joe attorney William X'.'
merchants have bought the seats taking the field at 9:00 p.m. J. Rish to fill the vacancy


of the Port Theatre for this per-
iod and offer them free to all
children to come and enjoy a B
free movie, "Tarzan the Magnifi- 00o0 B O0 n
cient" and several cartoons.
Participating in the big week o n
end extravaganza are: Boyles De-ll
apartment Store, Campbell's Drug M million D olIk
Store, Carp's Department Store,
Christo's 5c and 10c Store, Costin's The Gulf' County School Board
Department Store, Danley Furni- will have a public hearing on
ture. Company, 0. M. Webb's 5c Monday, August 3 at 9:00 a.m., CST
to $5.00 Store, Jitney Jungle Super in Wewahitchka at the court house
Market, Pate's Shell Service Cen- for their 1964-65 budget, according
ter, Rich and Son's Super Market, to Superintendent of Public In-
Roche's Furniture and Appliance struction, Thomas A. Owens.
Store, Smith's Pharmacy, St. Joe According to Owens, the school
Furniture and Appliance Co., St. board is planning on an operating
Joe Natural Gas Co., Surplus Sales budget of $1,202,788.00 for the
of St. Joe and Western Auto As- coming fiscal year.
sociate Store. Income to meet the budget needs
See the big 12 page section in are anticipated- as follows: State
this week's issue of The Star for and Federal funds, $783,380; Coun-
a host of "Sidewalk Sale" values. ty Taxes, $144,333; District Taxes,
$144,333; Other, $7,000 for a total
county Backs Sikes of $1,079,046. the remainder of
CoUnty Backs Sikes the budget is made up of funds
On Road Priorities now on hand totaling $123,742.
The anticipated expenditures in
The Board of County Corn- the operation and maintenance of
mission voted unanimously last Gulf County schools are expected
week to support Congressman to require $720,311 for instruction-
Bob Sikes in his attenmpt to give al salaries; $56,000 for transporta-
Highways 98 and 90.-priority for tion; $99,158 for capital outlay (or
improvement in place of 1-10. new facilities; $13,873 for debt ser-
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d Reveals


ar Budget
vice and $313,436 for other ex-
penses and reserves.
Interest and Sinking Funds
In addition to the funds being
budgeted for operation and main-
tenance, the School Board will re-
quire additional income for its
payments on bonded indebtedness.
Anticipated receipts for this
purpose included revenues from
the following sources: Taxes $28,-
355. Other sources, $30,275. for a
total of $61,732.
These funds will be used 'to pay
, bonds, interest and commissions.
It is anticipated that the School
f Board will levy the maximum mill-
ige under the law to finance their
operations for the coming. year.
Millage to be levied for county
f support and maintenance will be
,10 mills. District current levy will
d1 -add another 10 mills and two mills


i will be levied for district interest
r and sinking fund for each district
-I for a total of 22 mills.


Incumbents File

For Re-election
While the qualifying date for
Port St. Joe's Municipal Election
is still in the future-August 18,
three have already qualified to
seek the Mayor and two Commis-
sion posts to be filled on Sep.
tember 8.
Qualifying Monday of this
week was Tom S. Coldewey, who
qualifiedI to succeed himself in
Commission Group Number 1.
On Tuesday, Mayor Frank Han,
non qualified to seek re-election
as Mayor of Port St. Joe.
Also on Tuesday, Commission.
er John -Robert Smith paid his
qualifvind fee to saek re-elec-


Facilities Under


Program Vague


The Gulf County Commission
Tuesday night agreed to levy a
mill in ad valorem taxes to parti-
cipate in library services.


What would be provided in the
way of services was uncertain. It
was assumed by the state librar-
ian, Mrs. Griggs and by a Mrs.
fhompson of the Bay County Li-


But after some hour and a half brary that a permanent library
of discussion, it was still very vague station would be established in We-
as to what Gulf County would re- wvahitchka and Port St. Joe in ad-
ceive in the way of library ser- edition to the rolling library but no
vices for the expenditure of its knowledge was available as to the-
inill which will bring in approxi- cost of these facilities.
mately $15,000. It was pointed out by Mrs. Griggs
It was as certain as could be that library facilities are expen-
iaomised by the state librarian, syv- and Gulf County probably
a Mrs. Griggs, that Gulf County could not have library services un-


tion as Commissioner, Group would receive the services of a
ion as Commissioner, Grouphree. mobile library twice each week.
Thre e.But, according to Mrs. Griggs, the,
rolling library, its books and. the
County Accepts Bid expense of paying the driver and
operation of the vehicle would
For Asphalt Spreader have to be borne by Gulf County.
She listed the cost of the vehicle
The Gulf County Commission in the neighborhood of $6,000 and
accepted a bid from the Leery-, cost of the books in the neighbor-
Owens Equjipment Company Tues- hood of $3.00 each. She said the
day for the purchase of an asphalt bookmobile would carry about
spreader. I 2,000 books.
The bid cf $9,985.00 was the only, Mrs. Griggs stated that Federal
biJ received. The bid was accepted and State matching funds would
with thb stipulation that the ma- also be made available to Gulf, but
chine be paid for on November 16, the amount of this aid was uncer-
1965. i I tain. It was ascertained, that with
The spreader is to be used by Gulf's mill along with the aid avail-
the county In its paving operations. able, Gulf would have about $30,-


Hennesy Five-Star, I, Flori a's Most

Famous Dog, Dies Here Las Week
Florida's most famous dog, Hen- children of lort St. Joe.
nessey 5-Star, the First died July While Hennessy's business acti-
22 at the age of eight years. cities drew him fame over the I
Hennessey was theQ only dog that state, he was known better locally'


was president of a company, the
Hennessy Oil Co., of Port St. Joe.
IHe could sign his own checks and
was written up in Florida's two
business magazines.
Hennessy was known throughout
the state and was known and loved
. and petted by nearly all the


as the hulking St. Bernard that
you could always find in the back
seat of his master's car, George
Tapper.
Ilennessy is buried in the f'ont
yard of the 'Bayon Pines home of
the Tappers, in his favorite "lying
spot".


less they cooperated with another
county. This would also hook Gulf
County up with other libraries over
the nation and make available
books from the state library and
of the Library of Congress.
Bob Fox of Port St. Joe and
Mrs. Hugh Semmes of Wewahitch-
ka pointed out the school's plight
in the library services -and asked
if establishment of such a library
would help the schools in their
accreditation standing. They were"
informed this would not be the
case.
Rev. Harry Powell of Highland
View pointed out the need for
some source of reference material
for school students.
Port St. Joe City Clerk J. B.


S000 to $35,000 worth of library Williams pointed out that for sev-
services for two years, at which eral years the City of Port St. Joe
Stme the Federal funds which made maintained a library and that it
u- most of the matching funds- s not used. The books were fin-
would cease. ally given to the Port St. Joe High
i,' County Board will have no School Library.
jurisdiction over the expenditure The Board set Tuesday, August
ot the library money. This would 11 as the date to hold a public
be left up to a Library Board to hearing on the revision of the bud-
oj named by the Governor. get to include the one mill levy.


IN TALK TO KIWANIS CLUB


MAYOR SAYS CITY


BUDGET WILL BE CUT
Kiwanis Club members got a valorem taxes $122,000; cigarette
preliminary peek at the proposed taxes, $40,000; utility tax, $20,000;
city budget for the coming fiscal franchise privilege, $6,000; gar-
year at their meeting Tuesday at bage collection $16;000 and licenses
noon. The City budget will be tak- $12,000. .
en up by the Board of Commission Plans for Year
for the first time as a group at During the coming year ,the City
their regular meeting next Tues- is planning an expansion of the
day. water treatment plant and renova
Mayor Frank Hannon made the tion of the sewage treatment plant.
presentation of things to come and During the past two summer per
things accomplished by the city.. iods, the water treatment plant has
during the past couple of years. been hard pressed during hot dry
Mayor Hannon said that the periods to supply enough treated
City tax burden for the coming water for the city's demands. On
year will be one mill lighter than several occasions, the plant has
last year. This reduction comes needed help from the old deep
in spite of the fact that a large wells to supply the demand.
itx producer, the Southeastern The sewage disposal plant is al
Pipelines Company, has been re- so in need of renovation.
duced in valuation since they Mayor Hannon said it was net
have ceased operations. The ten- necessary to budget money for
tative budget for the 1964-65 fis- these expenditures as the city's
cal year has been set at 12.2 bonded indebtedness is in very
mills as compared with 13.2 for good shape. He said the bond mar-
the current fiscal year. ket is good now and that the City
Hannon told the Kiwanians that would probably profit by re-nego-
a mill in Port St. Joe will produce tiating their present indebtedness
$10,000 in revenue. By contrast, a and borrow enough extra money to
mill in Gulf County will produce do the necessary water and sewer
$15,200 in revenue. work.
Sources of income for the new Ken Cox was inducted to the
budget are listed as follows: ad club as a new member.


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Gulf Coast Junior Colleg weeks longer. Golden A
Also adding to the new look at o on Agers
Gulf Coast this year will be a new
parking lot, large enough to acco- M 0Monday
modate those who drive their auto- I
B egins Eighth earmobiles to the college and located The Golden Agers met Monday
adjacent to the Carl Gray Park night at the Stac House with 11
Gulf -oast Junior College will All evening students, both re- overlooking St. Andrews Bay. members present. Mrs. E. H. Van-
begin the 1964-65,.school year, its turning and new evening students, Still under construction, butpac ladigham president led the
eighth year of operations, with an are due to begin registering at pected to be ready for ocupas thecy landed gharoup in, president, led the
atmosphere of newness hanging 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Returning stu- sometime in November, is the new group in prayer. The roll was call-
about the 80-acre campus on High- dents will report to the Sherman health and physical education ed and minutes of the previous
way 98, West. Science Center, while new evening building on campus. meeting was read and approved.
Part of the new look is due to students will report to the College First new building erected on Three letters from the Golden
the new college calendar, aimed Library. campus the past two years, the' Agers of Lanark Village were read.
the new college calendar aimedhealth and physical education The letters thanked the group for
at utilizing college facilities all- Regular classes begin the follow- building is expected to solve a the wonderful time they were
year rather than a ten-month per- ing Monday and continue through thorny problem at Gulf Coast the shown when they visited Port St
iod. December 18, at which time the past seven years. Lack of f Jiliti, Joe on June 27. One of the letters
The "year-around operation", as fall semester ends. The spring seriously curtailed the health and was to Mr. and Mrs. George Tap-
it has become known by junior col- term begins Monday, January 4, physical education program at the per, The members agree dto meet
leges, colleges, and universities and ends with graduation on Fri- college. on the second and fourth Monday
employing it across the state, calls u V. Mmay 7. In addition to an activity area, of the month until cooler weather.
for the fal semester to begin Wed- The third term is divided into showers, and locker rooms, the new The next meeting will be August
nesday, August 19, with orienta- t -o equal sessions, with the first building will contain office space 1,i at the Stac House:
tion of n.w day students at 8:00 running from May 6 through June for GrJC ficult,, members and The hostesses, Mrs. Daniell and
a.m. in the College Library. 18 and the second running from several classrooms that can be Mrs. Brinson served deiicicus
First activity of the new year, June 21 through August 2. utilized by any department. pound cake and ic.e cream.
however, will take place Wednes- Dr. Richard Morley, Gulf CoastI Ten new instructors, including
day, August 12, when all new stu- president, said recently that he a former Gulf Coast Junior College
.dents report for testing in the li- expected the "year-around opera- graduate, will join the faculty f'r
brary at 8:00 a.m. tional plan" to meet with great the 1964-65 school year, Dr. Morley
All new faculty members are success in the Panama City area said. '
due to report to the library at this year. The GCJC graduate is Mrs. Ann
8:00 a.m., Monday, August 17, "Most of our students are quite Cook, who will teach business
while a general faculty meeting serious about their education," he courses. Also joining her in the
will be held at 8:00 a.m., Tuesday, stated, "and they realize that such business division is Jackson Mc-
August 18. a plan will help them carry on Neil.
Following the orientation of new their program at an uninterrupted Joining the social science divi-
day students Wednesday, registra- pace." sion is Dr. William Cantrell and
tion begins. Returning day students The junior college plan differs David K. Eliades, while James H.
begin registering at 8:00 a.m., from those adopted by the state Westmoreland and Clarence E. -
Thursday, while the new day stu- universities in that both the fall Bell are new additions to the math-
dents register at 8:0 Oa.m. Friday. and spring semesters are several science-technology division. ---
Other new additions include Cla-
ra Langston in nursing and Donald
A. Lewis, Harry Copeland and
h I 1 Faye Askew in the language-fine
C ha n Lik F n c New programs to be offered this
year at Gulf Coast include those
7 ft of marine technology, air condi-
tioning and heating technology,
Sanitation engineering technology,
music ministry and religion.
College enrollment, which -hit a
plus Gates and Terminal Posts new high last fall with 901 students
A l l V i' With Approved enrolled in credit courses, is ex- Weaving in and out of traffic
S'NOU U WN rAY iMENT Credit pected to surpass 1,200 this year, is a dangerous practice, espe-
college officials say. cially during rush hours on
"Each year at Gulf Coast has two- and three-lane highways.
H O L L A N D been better than the last," says Dr. Sic' in your lane. If you pass,
Morley, "and we are looking for- be sure the road is clear be-
HL A --ward to a highly successful year fore you shift lanes. In rush
in 1964-65." hours, you get to your destina-
CONSTRUCTION 'COMPANY | tion just as fast by staying in .
CO ST UCONNE COMPANY o 275IA ADS one lane, and keeping up with
PHONE 227-7887 or 227-5391 traffic 3-10
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Long Avenue I


Church Circles


CIRCLE NUMBER ONE
-Arcle One met in the home of
Mrs. Dave Maddox, Monday, July
27, with seven members present:
Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Mrs. Frank
Barnes, Mrs.' Durel Brigman, Mrs.
T. D. Hutchins, Mrs. Bobby Hucke-
ba, Mrs. John Core and Mrs. Dave
Maddox.
Circle chairman, Mrs. John Core,
opened the meeting by giving the
call to prayer followed with prayer
by Mrs. Durel Brigman. A short
business meeting was held and the
meeting was turned over to the
program chairman, Mrs. T. D. Hut-I


chins.
"Religi
tage"
bers ta
The
prayer

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Circl
Avenue
at 9:30
nold or
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circle
Braxtoi
After


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THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1964 -s. ttla Dickey, program mchair- l
man, gave a very interesting pro- Auxiliary Will Mrs. J. F. Daniell Young People
gram, "Religious Liberty, A Bap-
Ba p, B sThose taking part on the pro-
gram were Mrs. J. 0. Lucas, Mrs. Members of the Hispital Auxil- Mrs. J. F. Daniell, was honored Rev. Livingston Blauvelt, pastor
9m H. L. Ford, Mrs. N. G. Martin, Mrs. iary will hold a sidewalk sale in by her children at her home last of the Faith Bible Church, states
!Nel K. Arnold, Mrs. Helen Brittum front of the Thrift Shop on Reid Saturday night with a birthday that nine young people from this
M e' a iWs. W. D. Sykes, Mrs. J. C. Odum, IAvenue, Friday morning from 10:00 aty tat nine young people from this
An interesting program on Mrs. T. J. Braxton and Mrs. Eula to 11:00 a.m. and Friday afternoon party. area left Monday of this week for
ious Liberty, A Baptist Heri- Dickey. I from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. Many arti- Present to wish Mrs. Daniell a Camp Victory near Hacoda, Ala-
was presented by all mem- The meeting was closed with a cles of clothing and articles for happy birthday and to join in eat- bama. The campers are Betty Crea-
aking part. prayer by Mrs. N. G. Martin. the home will be for sale at rock ing a delicious birthday dinner mer and Betty Roberts from High-
meeting was dismissed with Delicious refreshments were ser- bottom prices. All proceeds will were: Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Dan- land View, and Kayanna Bateman,
by Mrs. T. D. Hutchins. ved by the hostess, be used for the Municipal Hospital.ell Mr. and Mrs. J Shira of Alathia Blauvelt, Sandra Brake,
Anyone having articles to donate
IRCLE NUMBER TWO CIRCLE NUMBER FIVE to the Thrift Shop may call the ama City, Mrs. Patsy Kanneberg and Carole Anne Lamberson of
e Number 2 of the Long Circle 5 of the L-ng Avenue oic'--un committee members: Mrs. and three children of North Caro- Port St. Joe.
Baptist WMU met Tuesday apt church WM -et Tuesday,Lawrence Bossett, Mrs. Bob Fals- lina, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Dare thBib Missio wh
a.m. with Mrs. Neil K. Ar- July 1 in the home f Mrs. Selma -i. Mrs. Sidney Anchors or Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Daniell and their headquarters in Lakeland.
Bellamy Circle The meetLamberson with 'n following Richard Porter, who is Sidewalk Donnie Shirah, of Tyndall Air Florida. Each summer hundreds of
n Bellamy Circle. The meet- 1 Sale Chairman.
members present, Miss Alma Bag- Sle rman.
s led by Mrs. Dora Martin, Fett Mrs. Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey, Mrs. Tl-.' Thrift Shop will be open Force Base. children are privileged to attend
chairman. Mrs. Ruth Moore Lenora Conger, Mrs. Gene Fowler as usual Saturday afternoon at athweek at this camps nd several
n gave the opening prayer.. 2:00 p.m. others in our nation as a reward
gave the openingprayer, and Mrs. Lamberson. 2:00 p.m. Jan Rawls Makes for memorizing 300 Bible verses
a short business meeting,! The July missionary program, -U- during the school year. The camp
"Religious Liberty, A Baptist Heri- George H K ey eans List is sustained largely by gifts from
tage", was presented by the pro- y BATON ROUGE, LA.-Jan M. Christian friends who realize the
,,.. gram chairman, Mrs. Fowler, who I* .---!- T .. .- -. ... imnortanne of hiding God's Word


-., nl-beis that the object of
th program was to help members
to understand the meaning of our
horitace in the context of current


rn Gi icse Braininnq
GREAT LAKES, ILL (FHTNC)-
George H. Kelley, 17, son of Mr.


religious liberty developments, and Mrs. Louran S. Kelley of 113
Missionaries on the prayer calen- Third Ave., Highland View, Port
1 r were read aloud to the mem-
bers and Mrs. Lamberson led the St. Joe, has begun basic training
group in prayer. A short business at the Naval Training Center,
meeting was held and the meeting Great Lakes, Ill.
closed with prayer by Miss Baggett. The nine-week training includes
naval orientation, history and or-
Vis't Ned Porters
organization, seamanship, ordnance
Major and Mrs. Charles H. Sun- and gunnery, military drill, first
din and baby sons, Michael Porter aid and survival.
and Christopher Ned have been
here on a two weeks visit with During the training recruits re-
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Por- ceive tests and interviews which de-
ter. Major Sundin has retired from termine their future assignments
the Air Force and accepted a posi- in the Navy. Upon completing the
t;bn with an industry that willl
bn with an industry that will program they are assigned to ser-
build planes for the Navy at Har- vice a h a a s sicnedton-
lingen, Texas, where they plan to vice schools for technical training
linen, Texas, where they plan tol
make their future home. While or to ships and stations for on-the-
here they spent a very enjoyable job training in a Navy rating spec-
visit with many of their old friends. ialty.


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OF THE PANHANDLE SECTION OF FLORiA, S HUTEAST ALABAMA and

SOUTHWEST GEORGIA



M. R. & R. TRUCKING COMPANY
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ANNOUNCES ANOTHER STEP FORWARD in the growth and development of the fast growing

sections of FLORIDA (west of the Jefferson-Madison County line), Southeast ALABAMA and

Southwest GEORGIA by its application to the Interstate Commerce Commission seeking au-

thority to institute a direct daily MOTOR FREIGHT service between this territory and the

Alabama supply points of ANDALUSIA, BIRMINGHAM and MONTGOMERY.

Many will recall how difficult it was to get a shipment from or to the major point of Jackson-

ville, Florida until M. R. & R. instituted its direct service in 1948. The same being true

for Atlanta, Georgia until M. R. & R. began iis direct service in 1961. It is this type ser-

vice that M. R. & R. now seeks authority to render its patrons on shipments moving to and

from ANDALUSIA, BIRMINGHAM and MONTGOMERY.

In order that the proposed service can become a reality, it is necessary to present the Inter-

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service exists.


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minal nearest you for full particulars concern'ig your support.


Rawls of Port St. Joe is on the list, -. -- s --- --"
in young hearts (Psalm 119:11).
of Louisiana State University fresh- This particular week of camp is
men who earned "B" averages dur- called Pay Camp which is set aside
ing the spring semester. for teen-agers who will enjoy
Dean George H. Deer, who an- s', rmming, boating, horseback rfd-
nounced the list, said 14 per cent ing, ping pong, etc., plus a program
of the Universitys freshman class' geared to promote spiritual growth
of the Universitys freshman classin the life of the young Christian.
are included in the group earning The campers will return Saturday
2.0 averages. Eight freshmen on: afternoon.
the list earned perfect 3.0 averages.... -*


Miss Rawls is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Rawls, 1034
McClelland Ave., Port St. Joe.
Attend Rich Family Reunion
Mrs. H. E. Rich, Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. Rich, Mr. and Mrs. John Rich
and sons, Eddie, Carlton and Larry,
Mrs. Bill Rich and children, Billy,
Jerry, Mike and Tony and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Sheffield and Donnie of
Port St. Joe and Jackie Sheffield


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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reese of Tul-
sa, Oklahoma are spending a-few
weeks visiting Mrs. Reese's bro-
thers, Ed and Wesley Ramsey-
California Visitors
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family are visiting with their
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1964 Jayc6es Hear Committee Reports

-At Regular Meeting Tuesday Night
The Port St. Joe Jaycees held
their bi-monthly meeting last Healt Doctor Is
Tuesday night with the following l D
committees reporting on their pro- l
on vacatio


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Latin symbols have an exact
technical meaning. His years of
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letter, with fresh, potent ingredi-
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you can depend on any drug/prod-
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Buzzelt's Drug Store
Drive-In Window Service
817 WIllams Ave.
Free Parking


Park Plan Is

Presented To

Commission
Jesse V. Stone of the County's
Park Committee presented a plan
to the County Commission Tuesday
night for development of facilities
to be made available at the old
lighthouse site at Beacon Hill. The
committee recommended that the
county begin negotiations to pur-
chase the land, clear, and plant
trees and grass on the property,
develop parking and request the
park board to release priority on
a parcel of land near Dead Man's
Curve on SR 30 for a similar park.
Stone said the land could -be ob-
tained for about $2.50 per acre.
Park Road
In discussion pertaining to the
St. Joseph's Peninsula park, the
Board was told by attorney D. C.
Gaskin that one Ed Wright was
still holding up acquisition of right
of way for a road to the property.
The road must be built before ser-
ious work toward development can
begin.
The Commission instructed Gas-
kin to make an appointment for
the Board with the State Road De-
partment to see what can be done
about securing the right of way as
soon as possible.
All other affected land owners
have released right of way for the-
access, road,

I ons Will Snnnsnr


jects.
Fishing Reef Committee: Jake
Koller gave an outlined program
on the fishing reef broken down
into phases, with deadline date for
first dumping to be October 15.
The finance. committee chairman,
Carl Guilford announced that he
had collected $74.00 from mer-
chants with many commitments to
be picked up. Each Jaycee was re-
minded that the goal of $1,600.00
needed to be reached by Septem-
ber. Construction of blocks will
begin as soon as there is a suffi-
cient amount of money in the bank
to cover materials.
Lou Little. gave a report on the
"Little Girl's Softball League". All
the teams are ready to go with
sponsors and equipment and the
season kicks off tonight.
Joe Parrott gave the Jaycees no-
tice that they would be called upon
to help in the Labor Day celebra-
tion to be held this year.
Jaycee Jimmy Harrison was an-
nounced as district chairman of
the Jaycee Driver's Roade-o0,
Jaycee Robert Nedley was se,
elected as district chairman of the
Spark Plug awards.
Jaycee Harry Tison has plans
underway .on the Teacher's Recep-
tion to be held in September.
The following donations have
been given to the fishing reef fund:
The Driftwood Motel, $32.00; St.
Joe Furniture and Appliance,
$10.00; Western Auto, $16.00; and
Foy Scheffer,-$16.00.


Little Girls Ball

Begins Play Tonite
The Port St. Joe Jaycees "Little
Girl's Softball League" swings into
action tonight under the direction
of Jaycees Lou Little, Jimmy Harri-
son, Rudy Pippin and Ed Peters.
The League will consist of four
teams and will be coached and
played strictly by the fairer sex.
(But for those who saw any games
last year,, they -will agree those
little Misses can flat play ball.)
Most of the players will be re-
turning with an- additional eight
"Rookies". They have been prac-
ticing hard and are out to put on
a show.
The games will start tonight and
be played' every Monday and
Thursday night with game times
at 5:00 and 7:30 p.m. at the Little
League field. -" 1-
The Jaycees will umpire and the
girls will- abide by official slow
pitch rifles.
For further information, contact
the above named. Jaycees.
Teams in the league are as fol-
lows: Nedley's Florist, Kiwanis
Club, Jayceettes and Beta Sigma
Phi and Lions Club.
Be sure to come out. The Jaycees
and the girls promise a real en-
joyable .time., Concessions will be
sold .. ...


Dale Carnegie Course
The Port St. Joe Lions Club had Dance ch eduled
as their dinner guests Monday,'
Horace O'Shields of Panama City For Labor 'Day
and Floyd Folkner of Tallahassee,
both representatives of the Dale One of the items of entertain-
Carnegie Course. ment for the proposed Labor Day
Mr. Folkner, area supervisor for celebration in Port St. Joe will be
the course in leadership, human a big dance at the Centennial Build-
relations and public speaking, gave ing from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.
a program encompassing examples A committee composed of Cecil
of' the many advantages offered by Curry, Chairman, Guerry Melton,
the Dale Carnegie Course. | vice-chairman, Roy Burch, Kenneth
.The local Lions Club will be Whitfield, David Gaskin, Wayne
sponsor for the Dale Carnegie Ashley, Charles Wall, Walter Gra-
Course which will start in Port St. ham, Joe Parrott, David Rich, Wel-
Joe in September, the date and don Roche, Jake Mouchette, Dr.
details of which will beo announced Wayne Hendrix, Bernard Pridgeon,
at a later date. John P. Howard Irs. S. R. Stone, Mrs. Joe Hendrix,
has been named project chairman. Mrs. Harold Odom, Mrs. Milton
Anderson and Tom Ford, was
Wewa Negro. Drowns formed.
The group plans to provide the
In Dead Lakes Friday services of an orchestra for the
dance. Tentative admission has
Monroe Jones, a Wewahitchka been set at $3.50 per couple.
Negro, drowned in the Dead Lakes --_ _
last Friday evening, as a result of
a boating accident. NOTICE
......-...air T...... a d- Effective July 30 we will be re-


witnesses oaiu duones waso u=**
ing up in, his boat trying to crank
his motor, when the motor started
and slammed the boat sideways in-
to a tree. The boat broke in half
and Jones went under the water
and didn't come up again.
The Gulf County Sheriff's De-
partment, sent divers down Friday
afternoon to recover the body, but
it couldn't be found.
The body was recovered early
Saturday morning.
Jones, was in his 6Q's.


responsible for no debts incurred in


Dr. W. D. Lowery, Director of
the Gulf County Health Depart-
ment will be on vacation from
August 3 through August 14.
Pre-school physical examina-
tion for those children not using
a private physician will be done
on Thursday afternoons from
1:00 to 4:00 p.m., beginning on
August 20.


Jim Cox Injured

In Fall from Pole
Jim Cox, Florida Power Corpor
ation lineman was injured pain
fully and seriously Tuesday after


Rotary Sees Film On the hrtIicane and its Pacific sis- ly and creates a violent movement Drain Work Planned
RotarySen Iter, the typhoon, as the greatest of winds in a circular motion.
Hurricane Formation force for destruction known to Guests of the club were Bill Fer- County Engineer Max W. Kil-
man ris of Colvington, Ky., and Jerry bourfi reported Tuesday that the
"The Fury of the Winds" a A hurricanes are spawned a Strobel of PortSt. Joe. State Road Department has in-
film story of the birth and growth All hurricanes are spawned a eluded money in its budget for
of h-ricanes, was the program for ew degrees North of the Equator e A correction of the drain problem on
i the Rotary Club meeting last and move in a Northwesterly di- nl i1e Ads Highway 98 between the AN Rail-
the Rotary Club meeting last region toward the U. S. mainland. road tracks and the Overpass at
ThursdayJerry Hurricanes are born when the Midget Investments with the St. Joe Paper Company gate.
The film was shown by Jerry surface temperature gets above 80 In hard rains, this area floods
Strobel. degrees and draws moisture from Giant Returns out making passage of traffic haz-,
The narrator in the film labeled the Gulf which cools the air rapid- arduous to impossible.


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Soon, when he feel from about 20


fet up a power line onto a con-


create slab.
According to Cox, he had just
unfastened his safety belt to come
down the pole when he brushed
up against a 240 volt wire. He said
his only thought was to get away
n'om the hot wire and he kicked
tway from the pole, pulling him.
self loose from the wire and land-
ing on the concrete on his side.
Injuries determined so far are
broken ribs, a broken arm and
painful bruises of the thigh and leg.
Cox was taken to the Municipal
iHospital for treatment where he is
still a patient.
Cox was attaching electrical ser-
vice to the new Methodist Church
addition when the accident oc-
curred.


Athletes Gather

For All-Star Games
Four area athletes are beginning
preparations for the annual all-star
football and basketball classics to
be held in Gainesville, August 1.
Fred Chason of Port St. Joe
will appear on the North All-
Star squad in basketball.
Chason and his Shark teammates
made it rough on cagers through-
out Northwest Florida this past
season, and Chason's shooting and
rebounding capabilities played a
large part in the Shark successes.
Northwest Florida will be well
represented Saturday as the North
attempts to make up deficits in
both football and basketball in com-
petitioniwith the perpetually strong
south.


SHOW


SATURDAY, AUGUST 1



7:00 P.M., E.S.T.



Centennial Ball Park



Port St. Joe, Florida


Proceeds for Lions Club Sight Conservation Program


GATE ADMISSION: $1.00


ENTRY FEE, $1.00


THIS. ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY:




orida National Bank
at PORT ST. JOE


MEMBER: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation


FOR SALE: 4 room frame house. FOR SALE: 24' Chris Craft cabin
See Ike Hall, 403 Madison Street cruiser, excellent condition. Ma-
Oak Grove. or Call 229-1981. 5p-2 ny extras, $2000. Will take trade
in. Sgt. Fontenot, 2478 Monroe,
FOR SALE Tyndall AFB, AT6-3781.
Equity in three bedroom mason-
ry dwelling with one and one-half FOR SALE OR LEASE: 3 bedroom
baths. Has walk-in closet and well I house. Master bedroom 12x17,
established lawn. Buy equity for two tile baths, large den wired and
$800 and assume veterans loan at plumbed for living kitchen. Glas-
5V4% interest, sed sun porch, living and dining
Three bedroom house on corner area. Call 227-3161.
lot in Oak Grove. To sell for only I-- -..:----- .' *
$4500. 4t-7-16 FOR RENT: House at 214 7th St.
FRANK HANNON I $40.00 month. Call 227-7846. 4t
Registered Real Estate Broker FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom house at
Phone 227-3491 211 Reid Ave beach. Furnished. 2 baths, living
kitchen, large porch, separate din-
t OR SALE: 4 bedroom house on ing room and living room. For in-
two lots. 405. Woodward Ave., formation contact Mrs. Cecil Lyons.
Pon St. Joe. FHA loan available. Available Sept. 1. tfc-7-16
1300 down payment. Payments ap- -
cproximately $64 monthly. Total FOR RENT: Small furnished house
cost $9,700. Seller will pay FHA fi- Perfect for school teacher,'single
nancing charges. Occupancy im- men or couple. 808 16th St. Ph.
mediately. Call 227-4531, Port St. 227-4611. tfp
Joe, or Ben Dickens, 385-1015, Tal-
lahassee. tfc-5-14 FOR RENT: Garage apartment,
furnished. $50.00 a month. No
FOR ALE:34 ots t BaconHil


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: 2 bedroom front cot-
tage with large porch. On St.
Joe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone
648-3472. tfc-7-16
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-
r'ent Ave. Phone 227-7641 or 227-
3201. tfc
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished ap-
artment. 1505 Monument Ave.,
Phone 648-4770. tfc
FOR RENT: One 2-bedroom furnish-
-d apartment One 2-bedroom
unlu-rnished apt. Two 1-bedroom
houses, furnished. Smith's Phar-
macy. Phone 227-5111.
AUTOS FOR SALE
1964 PONTIAC CATALINA 4-
r. a


utiueio u u. ,,. i ,",, ,,,, cldoor. Bank repossesison. Take up
Avenue. Call B. C. Gaillard 227- payments or discount for cash.
7396, 1009 Mon. Ave. tfc-7-30 1964 Le Mans PONTIAC Sport
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un- Coupe GTO 4in-floor. Bank re-
furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60 possession or discount for cash.
mo. Inquire, Jim Mapes, 648-3840.p 1963 CHEVROLET sport coupe
One owner, a nice car and a real
FOR RENT: Apartment. Bedroom, bargain.
living room, dining room. Phone HUTCHINS MOTORS
227-8305 or write p. o. box 386. tf Sales and Service
FOR RENT: 10th St., 5 room house, 301 Monument Ph. 227-2241
unfurnished, $35 mo. 10th St., 2 OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper,
bedroom hon.ise furnished, $35 mo. rag content bond, all sizes. On-
Long Ave., 5 room unfurnished ionskin, manuscript covers, carbon
house. $40 mo. See Mrs. Nora Du,-, lin.q ,fasteners file fnlders


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edour name otherthan those approve FOR SALE OR RENT: 3 bedroom en, Phone 227-5471 or phone 229- Everything for the office. The Star,
4tp-7-30 Mr. and Mrs. James Yates house on spacious corner lot. 2-1-16 2273161
4p-- ---ad- sa Well landscaped. See R. G. Boyles FOR RENT: Furnished apartment, FOR SALE: Adding machine paper. S T
or call 227-4261 day or 648-4600 one block from town.. Mrs. Chas. Package of 3 rolls, 70c. The Star,
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME nights. Brown, 305 6th St., phone 227- 227.3161.
Notice is hereby given that the FOR SALE OR RENT: After Au- 4511. tf-6-25 SALE: Office machine rbbons &
undersigned, desiring to engage in r e Au- FOR SALE: Office machine ribbons I
bndegne derhe fctitiouengae n ust 6, three bedroom house fur- FOR RENT or SALE: Tri-plex ap- for all popular machines. $1.00 228 Reid Avenue
of Buckhorsiness un theBar, Port itious name shed or unfurnished at 324 First artments, furnished. At Mexico The Star Phone 227-3161.
t Florda intends to ee te ., Highland View, Port St. Joe. Beach. Call 227-4261 days or 648-1 ...A. _a r- Phone 227-4081
Florida, intends to register the Write or see owner, Peter G.1 4600 evenings, tfc-7-16 FOR SALE: Legal ruled pads. 25c
said name with the Clerk of the Strange, Route 2, Box 620, Panama
Circuit Court of Gulf County, Flor- City, in Callaway. 2tp-7-30 FOR ENT: Small two bdroom each. The Star. 227-161.__ FOR HIRE: Experienced divers.
ida. house at 910 Woodward Ave. $351 FOR SALE: Philco television set Will dive up motors, propellers,
4-7-30 GEORGE W. HULL FIOOM FOR RENT: Call John W. per month. Pined for natural gas. in working order. B. C. Gaillard, anchors, etc. Phone 227-3706 or
IZABELLA W. HULL Brown. Phone 227-8541. tfc-7-16, Phone 227-3661. tfc-7-23 i 227-7396, 1009 Mon. Ave. 227-5491. 2tp-7-23


FOR SALE: Registered dachshunds
1 male, 3 females. Call 227-7171
or 227-3956. Itc
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
't. 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
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
nuford Griffin, phone 229-3097
WOOD WORKS Screen doors,
picture e frames, cabinets, kitchen
sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
.OVING? Your MAYFLOWER
man is as near as your telephone.
All 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES
J? ST. JOE, across from the Post
Office. Local aidul I,ong Distance
,Meving. Free Estimates.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
St 1'irish TTouse. 301'4 6th -:t. porr
't Joe. Fia Phoen 22! 3 H. to-
Iu -her information or wrie P. G.
L,,, 535
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of IPoit St. iie iA)d,,e
No .111,. F. & A M., ert>' !irst
,id third Thui sdal tl x) rm.


N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
li L. BURGE, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 114,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. me-t.
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
R.A.M.-Reeular 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


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GULF C


MINUTES of the

COUNTY COMMISSION


WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA Wewahitchka Woman's Club ap-
July 14, 1964 peared before the Board and dis-
The Board of County Commis- cussed the possibility of Gulf Coun-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, ty obtaining a free public library
met this date in regular session for the citizens of Gulf County.
with the following members pres- She then introduced Mrs. Jan Pat-
ent: James G. McDaniel, Chairman, ton, District Northwest Regional'
Walter Graham Leo Kennedy, and Librarian for the State of Florida,
S. C. Player. The -Clerk, Sheriff, Mrs. Patton went into lengthy dis.
Attorney, Road Superintendent, cssion in telling how the library
Mtosqu to Control. Supervisor, and program would benefit every citi-
Max W. Kilbourn, were also pres- zen of Gulf County and the method
ent. of financing and operating. She
The meeting came to order at stated that Gulf County can enter
9-0 'Oa.m. The Clerk opened the into a program with the Bay Coun-
meeting with prayer, ty Library which is already in op-
The minutes, of June 9, 15 and -.on -bith ovar 30 000 books;
23 were read, approved and adopt- that a five member Library Com-
ed. mission would be appointed by the
M' !. Sam Britt, President of the Governor to operate the program,
GULF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS BUDGET for FISCAL YEAR
October 1, 1964 to September 30, 1965
FNF=RAL FUND
ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS:
130 Taxs- (9.5 mills) 128,469.00
100 U. S. Flood Control Funds 11.00
114 Railroad and Telephone license 163.00
115 Race Track Funds 20,875.00
116 Insurance Agents License 135.00
121 Mosquito Funds-State 1-Cash 8,000.00
121 Mosquito Funds-State 1-Credit 6,940.00
122 Mosquito Funds-State 2-Cash 9,000,00
137 Occupational License 1,000.00
.138 Beverage License 2,600.00
151 Excess Fees 8,000.00
174 Mosquito Funds-Port St. Joe 6,000,00
174 Mosquito Funds-Wewahitchka 1,500,00
124 Registration Tax (boat) --------300.00
Total Estimated Receipts 192.993.00
Less 5% 9,650.00
95% of Estimated Receipts 183,343.00
Balance to carry forward 48,143.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCE -- 231,486,00
ESTIMATED EXPENSES:
211 County Commissioners salary and travel 13.500.00
212 Clerk Circuit Court and Deputies salary 8,500.00
216 Supervisor Registration salary 2,600.00
219- Administrative Salaries 3,900.00
221 General Court Costs 700.00
224 Tax Assessors (nCompri'ns 14.000.00
225 Tax Collector Commissions 14.000.00
227 Inquest ______- 200.00
230 Travel and per diem 2,500.00
S241 Courthouse maintenance and operations 12,500.00
261 Elections 3.800.00
262 Legal Advertising.and expenses 3,000.00
265 Group Insurance 2,000.00
269 Administrative Supplies 3,000.00
270 Admivistrativf Runnlies 2,500.00
275 Juvenile Court Salaries and expenses 1,200.00
311 Piroriii. Judp,'s Secretary Salary 1.80nn.00
542 T. B. Hospitals 1,500.00
561 Mothers -Pension 700.00
562- Insanity cases 300.00
AR3 Welfare 8,000.00
671 County Service Officer 2.834.00
672 Civil Defense 9. no .on
675 Mosquito Control: County Funds 37,500.00
675 Mosquito Control: State Funds 23.940.00
681 Agriculture Program 5,450.00
682 State Forest Service 11,078.00
683 Historical Commission 500.00
685 Publicity 250.00
811 Furniture and fixtures 800.00
916 ;Race Track-School Board 2,000.00
917 'Race Track-Highland View 628.00
3106 Sheriff's Salary and Deputies .20,902.00
: TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 208,082.00
Reserve for contingencies-County 9,359.00
Reserve for contingencies--Sheriff 1.045.00
Reserve for cash balance 13,000.00
TOTAL BUDGET 231,486.00
ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND
: ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS:
130 Taxes (3.2 mills) 47,553.00
111 Gasoline Tax 53.000.00
112 Snecial Fuel Tax __ 645.00
113 -Auto Transportation Tax 740.00
115 Race Track Tax 70.000.00
Total Estimated Receipts 171,938.00
Le.s 5% ---8,597.00
95% of Estimated Receints 163.341.00
Balance to be brought forward; Cash 21,447.00
TOTAL ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 184,788.00
ESTIMATED EXPENSES:
411 Supervisors Salary 6,500.00
415 Free Labor 87.932.00
421 Maintenance and Operation Garage 2,000.00
422 Maintenance of equipment 12,000.00
4?3 Gas and Oil a nnn.n0
424 Supplies 7,000.00
431 Road. Bridge and Culvert Material 25.000.00
A51 Richt of Way 2.500.00
453 Insurance 1.200.00
834 New Eouipment __- 8,000.00
911 "'nx Collections to Cities 12,000.00
Total Appropriations 173.132.00
Reserve for Contingencies 8,656.00
Reserve for Cash Balance 3.000.00
TOTAL BUDGET ____184,78800
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND
ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS:
130 Taxes (3.0) mills 45,000.00
144 Fines and Costs 10.600.00
186 Cash Refund from Sheriff's Budget 2.000.00
Total Estimated Receipts 57,600.00
Less 5% 2.880.00
95% of Estimated Receipts 54,720.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 54,720.00
ESTIMATED EXPENSES:
315 Prosecuting Attorney's Salary 4.000.00
321 Circuit Court Costs 700.00
323 County Judge's Salary 9,800.00
328 Witness and Jurors Fees 600.00
39Q Tnsolvent and Miscellaneous Court Work 600.00
369 Office Supplies 500.00
Sheriff's Budget Sub-Total __ 16.200 00
316 Assistants Salary 11,798 .00
364 Expenses other than Salaries 17,550.00
824 Equipment 6,000.00
Sub-Total 35,348.00
Total Apnropriations 51,548.00
Reserve for contingencies-County 810.00
Reserve for contingencies-Sheriff 1.767.00n
Resei've for Cash balance 595.00
TOTAL BUDGET 5472000
CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND -542000
ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS:
185 Interest on Deposits 800.00
Total Estimated receipts 800.00
Less 5% 40
95% of Estimated receipts 760.00
Balance to be brought forward 63,039.57
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 63,799.59
ESTIMATED EXPENSES:
811 Purchase Courthouse site1 surveys, planning '___ __ 60,761.57
Total Appropriations 60.761.57
Reserve for Contingencies 3,038.00
TOTAL BUDGET _. _. ....7..
ST. JOSEPH'S FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 63,799.57
ESTIMATED REVENUES AND RECEIPTS:
130 Taxes (0.5 mills) 1 ,800.00
Total Estimated receipts ,800.00
05% of Estimated receipts 1,71 90.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 1,710.00 i
ESTIMATED EXPENSES --


224 Commissions to Tax Assessor 48.0 n
225 Commissions to Tax Collector 48.00
912 Pay over to Fire Departments 1,614.00
TOTAL BUDGET 1,710.00
TOTAL ALL BUDGETS 536,503.57


and the need to up-date the Civil Jr., Plaintiff's Attorney, whose ad-
Defense program. No decision was dress is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St.
made. Joe, Florida, a copy of and file
All payrolls for the month of with the Clerk of said Court, the
JT""- were approved and ratified as o,-iginal of an answer to the Bill
paid. of Complaint filed against him
The bills were presented, exam- WITNESS my hand and official
ined, approved and ordered paid. seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
There being no further business, Gulf County, Florida, this 24th
the meeting adjourned, day of July, A.D., 1964.
ATTEST: (CIRCUIT OT'RT SEAL)
George Y. Core, Clerk GEORGE Y. CORE 4t
James G. McDaniel, Chairman. 7-30 Clerk of Circuit Court -I


She stated that under this pro- l
gram a bookmobile would visit Three-PRase Dove
every area of the county twice each
month to make books available to Season Planned
every citizen without having to go
to the book depository. She then TALLAHASSEE-Florida hunt-
presented copies of Chapter 150,
Florida Statutes to each Board ers will have a three-phase season
member in order that they may for migratory dove hunting during
read the entire law governing the 1964-65 season, according to
county free public libraries. After A D Aldrich, director, Game and
discussion, there was a motion byGame and
Commissioner Graham, seconded Fresh Water Fish Commission.
by Commissioner Player and una- The first phase will be open for
nimously carried, that the Board dove hunters October 3 through
advertise for a public hearing on
its intentions to assess one mill for November 8. The second phase
the purpose of financing a free opens November 14 to run through
public library. The hearing to be November 29. The third phase will
at 6:30 pm,, July 28, 1964. be open December 19 through Jan-
- The Road Sunerintendent in- uary 4.
foned the Board that his depart- uary 4.
ment needed an asphalt distributor Shooting will be allowed from
to do the road work now planned. 12:00 noon until sunset of each
After discussion, there was a mo- open day. Daily bag limit for dove
tion by Commissioner Kennedy open d limit for dove
seconded by Commissioner Gra- will be 12, with a possession of
ham and unanimously carried, that two days' bag.
the Board advertise to purchase a Other rules for migratory game
bituminous pressure distributor,
bids to be reelyed July 28, 1964, during the 1964-65 season are as
at 6:30 p.m, follows:
The clerk informed the Board Rail (marsh hen and gallinule),
that indigent checks have not been open September 5 through Novem-
made for the month of June be-
cause the indigent budget is over- ber 13, with a daily bag of 15, and.
spent by $538.78. The Board dis- a total possession of 30. Woodcock
continued payments to the follow- opens November 14 and closes
ing: L. Wood $15.00; Gladys Prest- January 2 with a daily bag limit
wood $15.00; and Belle Williams
$15.00. After further discussion, of 5 and total possession of ten.
the Board declared that an emer- Snipe opens November 14 through
agency existed in the financial con- January 2 with a daily bag of eight
edition of the remaining indigent and total possession of 16.' Daily
clients in as much as they would
not be able to eat without the reg- shooting hours for rails, woodcock
ular monthly payments from the and snipe are from sunrise until
County, an then ordered the Clerk sunset;
to continue making payments to
these indigent clients and transfer Waterfowl hunting-for ducks,
sufficient funds into that budget geese and coot-will be announced
item from the reserves for contin- later when established by the U.
agencies or other item in the gen- S, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and
eral fund, Wildlife
The Clerk read a list of adverse Wildlife,
finding by the State Auditor on
the accounts of the Board for the CLASSIFIED ADS!
period October 1, 1959 to Septem-
ber 30, 1963. The Board directed Midget Investments That Yield
that an answer be given to the Giant Returns!
State Auditor,
Max W. Kilbourn reported that
the Beacon Hill Par', Committee
will meet July 16, 1964, to give "
final approval to the plans for de-
.velopment and management of the
proposed Beacon Hill Park site. He
stated that the State Park service & o c s
gave the Committee considerable
help in preparing the lans; these
nlans will be presented-. to this
Board at the meeting of July 28, NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
1964. PARTNERSHIP
A discussion was had as to the P T N e i
progress being made on the right Notice is hereby given that the
of way for made on the Peninsular partnership of George W. Hull and
Park way for. The Attorney reported Paul B. Huckeby, doing business
that Ed Wright, owner of about as "Buckhorn Bar", Port St. Joe,
one-half of the right of way wanted Florida, has been dissolved by the ?
one-half of the right of way wante purchase of the interest of Paul B.
I i, n1Bard to ronu-st the State of Huckeby, by George W. Hull and
Florida to grant him certain Pi- wife, Izabella M. Hull. The busi- and
nel as Couintv bay bottom in consid- ness will continue in operation un-
eration for his part of the right der the supervision of George W.
of way. He said that Mr. Wright Hull and wife, Izibella M. Hull,
was advised that Gulf County could and will not be subject to liabili
not make such a request to the and will contracted for by any other
State because such a request must ties contracted f date ofany other
Po through the Pinellas Board. He person after the date of July 3,
then said that he has renewed his 1964. BUCKHORN BAR
effort. to get Mr. Wright to give By: George W. Hull
the right of way without cost as Izabella W. Hull
al other owners are doing. Owners 4t-7-9
The Board discussed the selec- -
tion of a site for the new Court-
house in Port St. Joe. Commission- CALL FOR BIDS
er Graham stated that he has not The Board of Public Instruction,
been able to get prices on any of Gulf County, Florida, will receive
the proposed locations but that T. sealed bids in the Superintendent's
S. Coldewey has promised to have office at the Courthouse in Wewa-
that information available within hitchka, Florida, until 9:00 A.M.,
a few days. CST, August 4, 1964, on the fol-
Commissioner Kennedy made a lowing:
motion that the County negotiate 1 used International school bus
only for the City Park site. After which can be seen at the Vocation-
receiving no second the motion was al Ag building in Wewahitchka.
declared dead. 2. Army surplus Jeep, which can
Hon. Samuel A. Patrick, Tax As. be seen at the Industrial Arts shop
sessor informed the Board that he at Port St. Joe High School.
has complied with the three reso- T. A. OWENS,
lutions of this Board, in increas- Superintendent of Public
ing the 1964 Tax Assessment of Instruction 2t-7-23
Gulf Oil Corp., the Pure Oil Co.,
and Southeastern Pipeline, the as- REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS
sessment now stands at 3/4 of the FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION
1963 assessment. The City Registration books will
Upon motion by Commissioner open at 9:00 A.M., Thursday, July
Kennedy, seconded by Commission- 30, 1964, at the office of the City
er Player and duly carried, the fol- Clerk at the City Hall. Those wish-
lowing resolution was adopted: ing to register as voters for the
RESOLUTION Municipal Election primary to be
RESOLUTION held on September 8, 1964, may
WHEREAS, a Referendum of the register between the hours of 9:00
Freeholders of this State authoriz- A.M. and 12:00 Noon, and from
ed a five (5%) per cent tax on 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday
wholesale sporting goods sales to through Friday and from 9:00 A.M.
support a bond issue, and to 12:00 Noon on Saturday, begin-
WHEREAS, these freeholders ning July 30, and continuing
were led to believe that this mon- through 5:00 o'clock P.M., Friday,
ey was to be used exclusively for August 28, 1964, at which time the
the purpose of expanding the out- registration books will close. All
door recreational facilities through- persons who have registered as
out the State, and electors in the City of Port St. Joe
WHEREAS, there are indications since February 4, 1959, are not re-
that portions o these funds might quired to re-register. Citizens of
be utilized for other State support- the United States who are qualified
ed projects, voters under the State Law, and
NOW THERFORE' T BE IT RE- who have been residents of the
SOLVED THRaEF hE f C onty City of Port St. Joe for six months
SOLVED, that the Board of County and who are twenty-one years of
duly assembled on this 14th day of a a e for rg traton
July, 1964, do hereby go on record ity Auditor and Clerk
as opposing any plans for diverting City Auditor and Clerk
or using any of these monies for
any purpose other than expanding IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
the outdoor recreational facilities GULF COUNTY. FLOR-
of this State. IDA. IN CHANCERY.
The Board executed a contract FRANCES E. BAKERff
with Hugo Marx and Co., to act as liivsf,
Fiscal Agent for the Board in the ROBERT DEAN BAKER,
proposed financing for a new Defendant
Courthouse and Jail in the City NOTICE TO: ROBERT DEAN BA-
of Port St. Joe. KER. whose place of residence is
A budget request by the Small unknown.
Claims Court in the amount of On or before the 31st day of Au-
$1,200.00 was tabled, gust, A.D., 1964, the defendant,
The Board discussed the appoint- Robert Dear Baker. is required to
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Graduates From Completes German

Officer School Language Course
BAD TOLZ, GERMANY (AHTNC): 4th ARMORED DIV. GERMANY,
-Army Specialist Four Willard J. (AHTNC)-Army PCF Clemis E.
Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alto Giddiens, son of Mrs. Nellie Car-
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Beauty Operaor



Wins State Award
Helene Ferris of Port St. Joe 70,000 members in every state.
was named Florida's cosmetologist Helene Ferris, who won out in
of the year in community leader- competition with a select group of
ship by the Florida Hairdresser's cosmetologists from areas within
an- Cosmetologist's Association, the state of Florida, will now com-


(Iay,) Acaaemy in Jau yolz, .Ger- 6- o i.. Affiliate number 6 of Panama City. pete with other state winners for
many, July 3. July., 6.The citation, made for outstand- the national award.
Specialist Watson received four During the course Giddiens was ing contributions in community Judging the competition among
v-'eks of rigorous training in lea- taught to speak fluently rather leadership and in t field of cos- Flora hairdressers were the fo-
c Floridahairdressers were the fol-
d rship and exercise of command,' than to read or write the language. metology, was anno-" ed by Eddie
map reading, the history of wea- The 18-year-old soldier, a tank Belle White, Wewaiitchka, public
-)ons and military teaching meth- driver in Company B. 3d Battalion relations chairman of the Panama more; first vice president, Fred
ods.. of the division's 37th Armor near City Hairdressers Association, Af- Poland and third vice president,
The 26-year-old soldier, a clerk he, filiate No. 6, covering five coun- Woody Ringler, who made their se-
in Service Battery, 1st Battalion Crailsheim, Germany, entered the ties: Bay, Gulf, Calhoun, Washing- election after examining contestants
of the 75th Artillery near Bamberg, Army in September 1963 and com- ton and Holmes Counties. records in the fields of civic, social
Germany, was last stationed at pleted basic combat training at The selection of Helene Ferris
Fort Sill, Okla. Fort Gordon, Ga. as Florida's outstanding cosmetolo- and cultural activities and activi-
He. attended Port St. Joe high He is a 1963 graduate of Port St. gist is part of the annual nation- ties directed toward the advance-
school. Joe high school, wide program by the National Hair- ment of high professional standards
dressers and Cosmetologists Asso- in Cosmetology.
he Star Brings News of Your Neighbors nation to select the most outstand- As a result of winning out in the
e Star B ngs News o ou N ig ors ing cosmetologist from among its state competition, Mrs. Ferris at-
-. ...... -...tended the national convention of
the National Hairdressers and Cos-
metologists Association in Cincin-
natti last week to represent her
group.
Among the activities which
prompted the judges selection of
Mrs. Ferris were the following:
participation in HNCA activities,
participation in civil and social
welfare organizations, participation
It is extremely important that all potential water customers deposit in cultural organizations, partici-
Ten Dollars ($10.00) as a meter deposit with a. representative of the pation in educational programs,
Highland View Water and Sewer District immediately. This deposit is participation in religious programs
refundable unon discontinuance of service, or demand. and participation in political pro-
grams.
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This eposii will entitle the customer to connect to the water dis-
tribution system at his property line without additional cost. This
offer only applies to the initial applicants who subscribe for water ser-
vice when it becomes available. After the water distribution system com-
mences operation, all future subscribers will have to pay connection ser-
vice fee, plus the meter deposit of Ten Dollars ($10.00). The initial
subscribers, who will get their connection fee without charge must pay
their meter deposit before water service is begun.

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Good Reading

Habits Can Prove

Help To Children
The effects of good reading can
be tremendous in the lives of
children. Reading has converted
countless sinners. It has nurtured
countless saints. A large number
of successful statesmen, profession-
al men, business men have been
"made" by reading.
'Tis wisely written-books are
the best of friends-they are nev-
er too busy for you.
Saint Joseph's Childrc"' TI.bri-
ry, located on Eighth Street, is
open on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Friday from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.
"Jeanne-Marie Counts Her
Sheep". Grades 1-3. An ingenious
way to help a preschool child or
kindergartener learn numbers is
suggested through the pleasant lit-
tle problems of a French girl who
tries to decide what to do with all
the lambs her sheep will provide
and then what to do with the mon-
ey she will gain from selling their
wool.
"The Costume Book". Grades 4-6.
Title on dust jacket; The costume
book for parties and plays.
Practical suggestions for making
costumes fo school pageants, ama-
teur plays and for parties. Pattern.
guides and information for making
or "faking" costumes of 27 differ-
ent nations and nine historical per-
iods. Also includes the most want-
ed fanciful costumes.
"Black Stallion". Grades 7-8. The
wide audience of young people who
love animals will welcome this cap-
tivating adventure story of a 17-
year-old boy and his horse who
survive a shipwreck and live on
an island until rescued and re-
turned to the United States where
a jockey friend helps the boy to
train the horse for racing.
ATTEND JAYCEE AREA
PRESIDENT'S MEETING
Jaycee President Joe Parrrott
and Jake Koller attended the Dis-
trict President's round table in
Panama City Sunday.
The meeting was for the purpose
of outlining area Jaycee aims and
goals for the coming year.
READ THE CLASSIFIED


Legal Advertising
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON SCHOOL BUDGET
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 237.12, Florida Statutes, 1941,
notice is hereby given that a public hearing shall be held by the County
Board of Public Instruction of Gulf County, Florida, on August 3, 1964,
at the hour 9:00 o'clock CST, A.M. in the County Board meeting room
at Wewahitchka for the purpose of discussing with the citizens of the
County the proposed school budget of said County for the fiscal year
beginning July 1, 1964 and ending June 30, 1965, which budget is sum-
marized as follows:
1. BUDGET FOR SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLS
A. Balances on hand beginning of year; 1. State Funds, $59,568.00;
2. County Funds, $54,878.00; 3. District Funds, $9,296.00; Total,
$123,742.00.
B. Anticipated Receipts: 1. State and Federal Funds, $783,380.00;
2. County Taxes, $144,333.00; 3. District Taxes, $144,333.00; 4. Other
Sources $7,000.00; Total $1,079,046.00.
C. Proposed Expenditures: 1. Instructional Salaries, $720,311.00;
2. Transportation, $56,000.00; 3. Capital Outlay, $99,168.00; 4. Debt
Service, $13,873.00; 5. Other Expenses and Reserves, $313,436.00;
Total, $1,202,788.00.
2. BUDGETS FOR DISTRICT INTEREST AND SINKING FUNDS
A. Balances and Reserves beginning o1 year: $2,592.00.
B. Anticipated Receipts: 1. Taxes, $28,855.00; 2. Other Sources,
$30,275.00; Total $61,732.00.
C. Proposed Expenditures: 1. Bonds, $45,000.00; 2. Interest, $12,-
409.00; 3. Commissions, $1,823.00; 4. Other Debt Service, $150.00;
Total, $59,382.00.
D. Anticipated reserves and balances at end of year: $2,350.00.
3. BUDGET FOR SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION FUND.
A. Balances at the beginning year: None.
B. Anticipated Receipts: State School Construction Fund, $18,600.00;
C. Other Sources, $18,600.00. Total, $27,200.00.
D. Proposed Expenditures, $27200.00.
4. MILLAGES TO BE LEVIED.
The millage to be levied on the 1964 assessment roll to
produce necessary revenue for those budgets for the ensu-
ing fiscal year are:
A. County Support and Maintenance Fund 10 Mills
B. District No. 1 Current Levy 10 Mills
C. District Interest and Sinking Fund Each District -..... 2 Mills
Complete details of each separate part of the school budget sum-
marized above are on file and are available for public inspection at
the Office of the County Superintendent of Schools at the County Court
House, Wewahitchka and will also be available for such public hearing
together with all supporting statements and information.
All interested persons are cordially invited to participate in this
public hearing and to discuss the school program and budget for this
County for the ensuing year.


BY:
THOMAS A. OWENS,
County Superintendent


BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and C(nnstitution
FEV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister

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


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH


Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNN ........---....---. 6:45
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 8:00
"Come and Worship God With Us"


C. Byron Smith, Pastor


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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
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ml STAR. Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JULY 30,, 1964


Our Growing Forest


By JOE MAXWELL
Farm Forester
Ridging is a low cost technique
for increasing growth on wet flat-
woods sites. Ridging, a technique
commonly used in agriculture has
not been used widely in forestry.
Test on wet flatwoods sites show
that ridging improves early growth
of slash pine and reduces prob-
lems due to flooding and drought.
Ridging may affect site quality.
for young tree growth by improv-
ing the moisture conditions, in-
creasing the effective rooting zone,
and providing increased quantities
of organic matter and. mineral nu-
trients.
Any type of tractor and plow cap-
able of throwing the topsoil into
a ridge will produce good results.


"There was once a girl
named Mueller,
Who looked for a way
to be cooler.
She soaked her sheets
in ice water-
Wore her PJ.'s
some shorter,
But the temperature kept
getting crueler."


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After the ridges are constructed a
disk harrow, set to pull in, is pulled
down the ridges to prepare a flat
ridge about 18 inches high.
Timing and layout of the ridges
is important. The ridges should be
laid out and plowed so that they
will aid natural drainage and not,
hinder it. The ridges should be con-
structed at least eight months to a
year prior to planting. This will
take full benefit from rainfall in
stabilizing the soil and allowing
the ridges to settle before planting.
Early planting on newly construct-
ed ridges will usually result in low
seedling survival as well as make
machine planting difficult.
Ridging is the most promising
means yet tested for increasing
tree growth on wet flatwoods sites.
For assistance with your forest
management problems call me at
763-5456 or write to Farm Forester,
P. 0. Box 1391, Panama City.
--------------
Social Security
Credits Are of
Value to You


Wages earned from employment
covered by Social Security have a <
value over and above immediate
take-home pay, John V. Carey, Dis-
trict Manager of the Panama City
Social Security Office, reminded
workers today. These earnings pro- .
perly reported and credited to your
individual Social Security account
will determine whether or not you
qualify for benefits. Also, the a-
mount of Social Security protection
for yourself and your family will
depend on the credits to your ac-
count.
"All workers, praticularly house-
hold workers, farm employees, em-
ployees of sub-contractors and
those who work on a part-time ba-
sis, should check their Social Se-
curity account often," Carey add-
ed. This employment usually comes
under Social Security but in many
cases your employer may not be
reporting your earnings. Misunder-
standing on the part of both the
employer and the worker can cause
earnings from this type of work to
go unreported. You do not build
up Social Security rights even
though you work on Social Security
jobs unless your earnings are re-
ported and credited to your indi-
vidual account.
"Every individual needs a cer-
tain number of work credits to
establish his right to Social Securi-!
ty payments," Carey continued. If
you don't have enough credits at
retirement age, it is possible that
you can work and earn the addi-
tional number necessary. However,
if you don't have enough work cre-
dits at the time of your death,'
nothing can be done about the mat-:
ter. Also if you don't have enough!
work credits at the time might be-
come severely disabled, there is
little chance that you could earn
the needed credits.
"Social Security credits may be
earned at any time after 1963,"
Carey said. Generally, to establish
your right to Social Security bene-.
fits you will need one work cre-
dit for each year after 1950 up to
retirement age or death, which-
ever occurs first. At least six work
credits are necessary and no one
needs more than 40 work credits.
Disabled individuals must meet
this requirement and in addition
must have five years of Social Se-
curity credits in the 10 year period
before the disability started. Both
self-employed and salaried people
may earn four work credits each
year.
The office for this area is locat-
ed at 1135 Harrison Avenue, Pan-
ama City, Florida, (telephone
763-5331).


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TIJEa STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida