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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 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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MC ALKS-Let's keep
it whrt e can speak with it
once mi a while-Trade with
your home town merchants!


THE STARh

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


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA,


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THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1964


Rash of Wrecks In


Area This Week
Four wrecks in the area of Port
St. Joe during the past week, in-! Truc Auto Involved
s. dP itbhea: e~o~ I Truck, Auto Involved
v'ji'.iino Port St. Joe people, left,
one person in the hospital. In Wreck Monday
Thc'-. wvrecks were all investigat-
ed by Trooper Ken Murphy of the A State Road Department truck
Florida Highway Patrol. and an automobile were involved
On .SaturJday morning at 6:30, in an accident Monday just after
m'e miles north of White City, a noon at the corner of Fifth Street
pick truck driven by Curtis C. Highway 98 according to the
Mal:, of Blountatown ran into the and
rear of a sedan driven by Walter Port St. Joe Police Department.
T:,Wright of Wewahitchka. Accord- According to investigating offi-
ing to Trooper Murphy, Wright ran cers, the truck, driven by Claude
into the back of the Maloy vehicle Shaw turned off Highway 98 into
after overtaking it on the highway. Fifth Street and cut in front of an
A total estimate of $120 damages auto driven by Mrs. James Jones
were inflicted on both automobiles, who was traveling in the opposite
Wright was charged with reckless direction on Highway 98.
driving. Damages were estimated at ap-
An hour and 10 minutes later proximately $300 to the Jones au-
Saturday, six miles south of Port to and $250 to the state vehicle.
St. Joe on SR 30-A a 1963 sedan -
driven by Robert D. Whitfield of
Port St. Joe skidded and left the Adult School Seeking
hichv.ay hitting a pine tree inflict-
ing $300 damages on the vehicle. TO Register Pupils
Murph y said that Whitfield ran
into a sudden downpour of rain on The Gulf County Adult School
a curve and lost control of the au- will register pupils all day Wed-
tomobile. No charges were filed. nesday, September 2 for the com-
At 2:30 a.m., Sunday near the ing school year.
Wayside Park at Mexico Beach, All subjects needed for High
William E. Harsch of Port St. Joe School graduation will be offered.
left the road traveling an estimat- Morning and evening classes will
ed, 70 mph in a 1964 sports car be held.
and wound up approximately. 20 Any adult interested in a High
feet from the edge of the Gulf of School diploma or just a refresher
Mexico. Murphy said that the course is urged to see H. F. Ayers,
Harsch auto traveled 657 feet be- the Director, Wednesday, Septem-
fore coming to a stop. Harsch is her 2 in the Centennial Building.
in the Municipal Hospital suffer- All classes will be arranged on that
ing from head and chest injuries, date. A small registration fee of
Dn amag e to the ports car were es- $3.00 is all it takes to get started.
tiimatfed at $1,000
(Continued On Page 10) 'SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR!

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Mobile X-Ray Unit

Will Visit Gulf

In September
The Gulf County Tuberculosis
and Health Association with the co-
operation of the Gulf County
Health Department and the Florida
State Board of Health is providing
a program of free chest x-rays
during the month of September.
The program will get underway
on Tuesday, September 8 and will
continue through Saturday, Sep-
tember 19. During this time, the
mobile x-ray unit will visit all areas
of Gulf County and will offer free
chest x-rays to everyone. The pro-
gram is designed to detect tuber-
culosis, lung cancer and enlarged
heart ailments. The program is
for everyone, 18 years of age or
older. No charge is made for the
service.
For a complete itinerary of the
mobile x-ray unit, see page four
of this issue of The Star.
Volunteers are needed to help
man the unit when it visits Gulf
County. If you can help for a few
hours, a day, or more, call Tom
Coldewey or Mrs. Richard McIn,
tosh and offer your services.


Commission League
Will Meet Tomorrow
The Gulf County Commission
agreed Tuesday night to meet
with the Gulf County Tax Payers
League to discuss the new Gulf
County budget.
The joint meeting has been set
up for tomorrow night at 7:30
p.m. at the Port St. Joe City
Hall.
All members of the Gulf Coun-
ty Tax Payers League are urged
to be present.


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Grori of Local en Make Good Snapper Catch T!rjuey'


FIS5.1i!G-.tC--A group of Port St. Joe men leased
a snapper boat last Thursday and went fishing.
They had good luck after being gone from 2:00
a.nm. in the morning until 7:00 p.m. that evening.
Pictured above in the left background are Dr.
Joe Hendrix with his hat pulled over his eyes),
Gene Raffield and Bill Rish. In the foreground,


left to right are Bill Dodson, Jim Dodson, Joe
Hendrix, Wally Dodson, Walter Dodson, Bobby
Wiley, Maurice Fuller, an unidentified visitor,
B. W. Wilder and Walter Duren. About 20 more
went but were too near asleep to get in the pic-
ture. They reported nearly 1500 pounds of fish
caught on th trip. (Star photo)


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At 8:30 A.M. Monday morn-
ing, Gulf County Schools will
open for a new year of study
and teaching. Several new faces
will be seen in the instructional
and student bodies. And along
with these new faces comes a
few new changes in rules, and
some changes in curriculum. The
Port St. Joe High School espe-
cially has made some noticeable
changes in three areas that will
serve to make its teaching mis-
sion more effective, according to
principal Wayne Saunders.
The High School will convene
on Monday, first thing, by the stu-
dent body gathering in the gym-
nasium.
New programs offered this year
at the high school include the DCT
program which is a program of
apprenticeship training adopted by
the high school. Students are hir-
ed out to local tradesmen and in-
dustry for part time work and
graded by their progress in their
trade. Another change is the offer-
ing of training for special students.
This unit is in the Junior High
area and is being taught by Mrs.
J. D. Clark. Driver education is
required this year and is offered
on the ninth grade level. The pro-
gram is completely financed by the
state with no local funds involved.
New subjects to be offered this
year include world history, public
speaking and general business.
All schools report a full faculty,
for the beginning of the school
year.
Buses will run on their regular
schedule the first day and school
lunch ].,iii.; will operate the first,
day of school. Prices of the school
lunch has been set at 35c.



Work Begins On

Water Well for

Highland View


Work started this week on drill-
ing the water well for the new
Highland View Water Department.
Work was started on a well to
provide 325 gallons of water per
minute and not less than 200 feet
deep by the Rowe Brothers Drill-
ing Company of Tallahassee.
Rowe Brothers was successful
bidder for this phase of the $173,-
000 project for a total of $11,200 to
furnish the producing well.
To date the well has been put
down to 166 feet and an open cav-
ity struck which delayed drilling
until the cavity can be filled to
take casing.
Upon completion, the water sys-
tem will have approximately 200
customers in the Highland View
area.
The project is being financed by


f S 3 U I. a federal loan.
At the regular meeting of the publicised as chairman of the
County Commission Tuesday night committee to secure a building School Driver Education
Coilmini i,oner Walter Graham re, site. Graham says his understand- Jaycees Tak e Reef
potted It, the group that he has ing is that is one member of a Program Defined to Kiwanis Toassee
received prices on two city lots in three man committee composed The program of driver's educa- Request To Tallahassee
the'Fifth Street site contemplated of himself, Leo Kennedy and A. tion being taught in the public
as an alternate site for the new J. Strickland. A search of the schools, is definitely designed to The Port St Joe Jaycees began
Gulf County Courthouse. Graham minutes bears out Graham's make better, safer drivers of the taking steps in earnest on Monday
said prices on the rest of the pro- claim.) youth of Florida. This fact was of this week, to make their dream-
perty 'involved or the other site In other business the Board: learned Tuesday by the Kiwanis ed-of fishing reef a reality.
pondered-the City Park on Fifth Discussed the possibility of Club as James Gunter, instructor Jaycees Bill Rish, Jim Harrison
sIro t .and Highway 98-has not having the State Road Department of driver's education in Port St. and Jake Koller appeared before
bedn received.' change location of the Right of Joe outlined some of the teaching the State Improvement Commis-
Graham said the other property Way of the road to St. Joseph's procedure used in teaching the sion in Tallahassee on Monday to
is o, nl b.1 the St. Joe Paper Cornm- Peninsula State Park. The propos- course. get formal approval of their pro-
pany and that a price cannot be ed change would eliminate two The course is becoming popular ject from that body.
furnished on the SJPC land until curves and would probably elimi- with schools throughout the nation The state body gave its approval
the metings of St. Joe's board of nate some of the problems the as 75% of the U.S. 30,000 high for the project to be carried out
directors'on September 15. Board is having securing right of schools now offer drivers educa- and will forward written permis-
There w .a a motion by Commis- way for the road. tion. sion within four to five days to the
sioner Leo Kennedy and unani- Received a right of way from It is now a required course in local Jaycees. Upon receiving the
mously adopted that the County the Lister Estate to complete the all Florida High Schools. Students formal approval, a special public
Board that the Board set up a Jackson River Road which makes get a total of 30 hours of class- meeting on the project will be call-
imeeting uirh Edward Ball in off from the Bay City Road ap- room instruction and six hours of ed by the Jaycees to discuss ways
Jackso'wille and tell Ball that they proximately two miles before the actual driving instruction. The and means of raising the necessary
desire the park property for the Bay City Road reaches Howard course is taught all ninth grade funds and getting the project ac-
Courti-ouse site and negotiate for Creek. students who are mentally and phy- complished.
the pIcee. Voted to pay the City of sically capable of driving an auto- __
(In previous stories, and in- Port St. Joe $4,000 for road fund mobile. The course is financed by
deed, in the Commission notes money collected in taxes in the an added fee to driver's licenses. Why all the fight for seats at
drawit up by Clerk George Y. City of Port St. Joe. This money is The course uses many training the Democratci Convention? No-
Core Walter Graham has been due the city by state law. aids in teaching. body sits down there, anyway.


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NEW HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS-Pictured above
are the new instructors that will teach at the
Port St. Joe High School this year. They are, left
to right, Hubert White, Junior High Science and
Math; Mrs. J. D. Clark, Special Education; Mrs.
Clyde Fite, Math and Physical Education; Tony


ELEMENTARY FACULTY-Pictured above is the
faculty that will teach at the Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School this year. They are, front row,
left to right: Miss Marian Lauder, Mrs. Daisy
Johnson, Mrs. S. J. Anchors, Mrs. Bill Jordan.
Mrs. Bill Barlow, Mrs. Jeanette Anderson and
Mrs. A. P. Martin. In the back ro ware: Mrs. Jesse
Stone, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Floore, Mrs. Ina Nel-


Barbee, Math; Linda Roberts, English; Wallace
Beasley, English; Ronnie Nelson, English; Tem-
ple Watson, Social Studies and Andy Portera,
Social Studies and baseball coach. Seated at the
desk is principal, Wayne Saunders. (- photo)


son, Mrs. Carl Marshall, school secretary, Mrs.
Henry Geddie, Mrs. Robert :;..- :, Mr. Jack
Hammock, Mrs. Helen Burkett, M s. Arnold
Daniell, Mrs. Lamar Faison, Ivarr>y frringon,
principal, Bill Barlow, Frank .. and lIrvin
IIuie. Not pictured are Mrs. Janice Nelson and
Miss Mary Grace Smith. (-* photo)


aqy^f Teacher Receptirn S. cIaF
Sunday, August 30, between the ley; and Florida State graduate,,
hours of 3:00 and 5:00 p.m. has Ronald Nelson, who will teach ,. rqw
been set for the annual Teacher high school English; and Temple 0 V '""'" o -,.r 3.
Reception to be held in the Port Watson, teacher of history and TS' rif' i i{]
St. Joe High School Library. democracy, from Alabama College. lof
This event, sponsored yearly by Port St. Joe's Tony Barbee wil! Henry Campbel of Campb1l!.
the Port St. Joe Junior Chamber teach math, and Linda Roberts Drug Store has donated a display
of Commerce with assistance from will teach Junior High English. island to the IHospital Auxiliary
Jaycee-etts, will honor the now and Barbee graduated from the Uni- for use at the Thrift ,h.,,. With
returning teachers of the faculties varsity of Florida, and Miss Roberts help from the City's c this ad-
of Highland View School, Port St. calls Florida State University her t om thewas installed last eek. d-
Joe High School, and Port St. Joe Alma Mater .Jn was Cosinstalled laCst week.
Elementary. Veteran Gulf County teachers Jimmy Costin of Coasist Depart-
New teachers for the coming Mrs. Sara Fite and Mrs. Beulah meant Store has assisted the Auxi!-
school year include Mrs. Peggy Clark have been transferred to the ary ak f obtahe Thrift a Shw clothes
Whitfield, teaching the second igh School staff to instruct in rack for the hrift will sho A visit
grade, and Miss Betty Ann Ford, math and special education, re- to theshoe items aid.ll show how muc
sixth grade at Highland View spectively. these items aid
School, both are graduates of Port The event is expected to be well Boyle's Department Store and
St. Joe High School and Florida attended again this year, with the y donated articles to be sold at
State University. i elected school officials expected th e Thrif t Shop. All profitso at
Mrs. Betty Sue Anchors and Mrs. in addition to the principals and lethe Thrift hop Al profits are
Juanita Jordan return to the Gulf teachers.
County School system after an ab- The Hospital Auxiliary thanks
sence and will teach at the Port I these merchants for their help
St. Joe Elementary School in Cub Scouts Will :and cooperation.
grades two and five, respectively. The Summer Q ..arters of the
Port St. Joe High School will re- Organize Monday Thrift Shop ends this Saturday
ceive the greatest number of new with a sale of all sumer mer-
teachers this fall, by welcoming to There will be an organizational ehandise. New committees are an-
its staff recent graduates: Anthony, meeting for Cub Scouts Monday nounced in this week's STAR.
Portera from Mississippi State Un- night at 7:30 at the Elementary -
iversity who will coach baseball School. | Buy your back-to-school supplies
and teach social studies; Georgia All eight year old boys are urged from merchants who pay taxes to
Southern graduate, Wallace Beas- to attend and bring their parents. I support your schools.


TWENTT---Y-....


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ulf County Schools To




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and neither shall receive a major-
Sity of the total votes cast for such
Office, then another election shall
be held two (2) weeks from the
date of the first election, or Sep-
tember 22, 1964, at which time the
ScT cs ~two (2) Candidates receiving the
largest number of votes in the for.
mer election shall be voted on
NOTICE OF REGULAR again. J. B. WILLIAMS,
MUNICIPAL ELECTION 4-8-13 City Auditor and Clerk
Notice is hereby given that the --- -
First Primary for the Office of
Mayor-Commissioner and two (2) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
City Commissioners, one in Group I GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
One (1) and one in Group Two (2) In Chancery.
will be held at the City Hall Fire Lucion Glenn, Plaintiff,
Station in the City of Port St. Joe, vs.
Florida on Tuesday, September 8, Annie B. Glenn, Defendant
1964. NOTICE TO: Annie B. Glenn
The polls will open at 7:00 A.M. whose place of residence is un-
O'clock and close at 7:00 P.M. known.
O'clock, Eastern Standard Time. On or before the 8th day of Sep-
When there are more than two tember, A. D., 1964 the defendant,
(2) Candidates for any one Office Annie B. Glenn is required to


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Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION-...-------.......... 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER SFRVJCE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.

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Intersection Monument and Constitution
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Evening Worship ... 7:30 P.M.
Churc-h School ............................ .... 9:45 A.M .'
SIORNING WORSIUR ... ......... 11:00 A.ML
[:ik Stidy'(Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship ..--......---..... 6:00 P.M.


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH


Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.


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


C. Byron Smith, Pastor


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serve upon Hon. Silas R. Stone,
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address
is 321 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of and file with the
Clerk of said Court, the original
of an answer to the Complaint for
Divorce filed against her herein.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 4th day
of August, A.D., 1964.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-8-6

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
In Chancery.
M. L. McWilliams, Plaintiff,
vs.
Myrtice McWilliams, Defendant
NOTICE TO: Myrtice McWilliams
whose place of residence is un-
known.
On or before the 8th day of Sep-
tember, A.D. 1964 the defendant,
Myrtice McWilliams is required to
serve upon Hon. Silas R. Stone,
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address
is 321 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of and file with the
Clerk of said Court, the original
of an answer to the Complaint for
Divorce filed against her herein.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 4th day
of August, A. D., 1964.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-8-6
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
STERLING SHEFFIELD,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ETTA MAE SHEFFIELD,
Defendant.
NOTICE TO: ETTA MAE SHEF-
FIELD, whose address is unknown.
On or before the 14th day of
September, 1964, the defendant,
Etta Mae Sl.:!il, II. is required to
serve upon. Hon. Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., Plaintiffs Attorney, whose ad-
dress is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, a copy of and file
with the Clerk of said Court, the
original of an answer to the Bill
of Complaint filed against her here-
in.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 5th day
of August, A.D.. 1964.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-8-6
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IN TIE C(illCUCIT COVRIT.
GULF COL'NTY. FLORIDA.
IN CilA 'EI.
MARGARET ANN GENTRY,
Plaintiff,
vs. DIVORCE
GERALD AI. GENTRY,
Defendant.
NOTICE TO: GERAL.D MA GEN
TRY, whose place of residence ii
310ONevada Street, Viciorvitle, Cal
ifornia.
On or before the 21st day of Sop-
tember, A.D., 1'1:- the Defendant
Gerald M. Gentry, is required to
* serve upon lion. Cecil G. Costin
Jr,, Plaintiff's Attorney, whose, ad
dress is 221 Rej A n\veno, Port St
Joe, Florida, .,'<.q,. of and file
SiiI the ClerI; '. 1 iid. Court, the
.original of an answer the Bill
of Complaint fil6d against hin
herein.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka
Gulf County. Florida, this 14th day
of August, A.D., 1964.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-8-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
FRANCES E. BAKER,
Plaintiff,
ROBERT DEAN BAKER,
Defendant.
NOTICE TO: ROBERT DEAN BA-
KER, whose place of residence is
unknown.
On or before the 31st day of Au-
gust, A.D., 1964, the defendant,
Robert Dean Baker, is required to
serve upon Hon. Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., Plaintiffs Attorney, whose ad-
dress is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, a copy of and file
with the Clerk of said Court, the


original of an answer to the Bill


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of Complaint filed against him
herein.
WITNESS my hand and official gram Is Now
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka, IS Now
Gulf County, Florida, this 24th
day of July, A.D., 1964. v lJ
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 25 Years Old
GEORGE Y. CORE 4t
7-30 Clerk of Circuit Court Twenty-five years ago, on Au-
RUTCOURT OF gust 10, 1938, President Franklin I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Delano Roosevelt signed into law r
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL a bill passed by the 76th Congress a
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR GULF and entitled th Social Security S
COUNTY, FLORIDA. Act Amendments of 1939. There t
WILLIE JAMES JENKINS, was little fanfare or publicity con- f
Plaintiff, cerning this event because few a
vs. people realized that the amend- 1
WILLIE MAE JENKINS, ments would ultimately affect the
NOTICE lives of nearly every American
TO: WILLIE MAE JENKINS, whose family.
present residence is unknown, On the 25th Anniversity of that 1
but whose last known place of
residence was Route 1, Box 133A, legislation, John V. Carey, Social
Tuskegee, Alabama. Security District Manager, describ- h
On or before the 21st day of ed the 1939 amendments as the
September, A. D., 1964, the Defend- "most significant Social Security k
ant, WILLIE MAE JENKINS, is re-
quired to serve upon William J. changes ever enacted." He stated 1
Rish, Plaintiff's Attorney, whose that the amendments laid the 1
address is 303 Fourth Street, Port groundwork for the present Social
St. Joe, Florida, a copy of, and file Security law by providing for mon-
with the Clerk of said Court the
original of, an answer to the Corn- thly benefits beginning January
plaint for divorce filed against her 1940 not only for retired workers,
herein. Herein fail not or a decree but also for the dependents of re-
pro confesso will be entered tired workers and deceased work-
against you.
WITNESS my hand and official ers.
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka, "The 1939 amendments," said
Gulf County, Florida, this 10th day Carey, "made Social Security a
of August A. D. 1964. family program rather than one
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court for retired workers alone. Since
By: Roselle Gaskin, then, the program has come a long
Deputy Clerk way toward realizing the goal set
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-8-13 for it in the 1939 and subsequent
amendments that of providing
Be It known that I, TOM ADAMS, basic protection against loss of
Secretary of State of the State of earnings when the family bread-
Florida, do hereby give notice that winner becomes disabled, dies, or
a GENERAL ELECTION will be retires in old age. Today, nine out
held first Monday in November,
A.D., 1964, the said Tuesday being of ten working people are building
the third day of November, to fill protection for themselves and their
the fnfllin"e offices: families under the Social Security
U i,, .1 i ii Senator law
Representative in Congress for l
the First Congressional District Carey noted that more than 100
Three (3) Justices of the Su- billion dollars in benefits about
preme Court, Groups 1. 2 and 3 80 billion to retired workers and
One (1) Judge of the Distcit r ic tnd, nts and nearh- 25 bil-
Court of Appeal for the F'irst \p- t
pellate District 1 lion to survivors of deceased work-
(overnor ot 's have been paid in the per-,
Ckcicrti'ry of State iod Ja:nuary 1040 through June,
Comptroller ,1964. '4it'he me c figures d(o not in-
Comnrissioner of Aljriculti ur
TrCom isr'u" l o gde hudi lie benefits paid under the
Attorney GOet al disabil tv provisions of the Social
Superii'te'ndeinit of Public lnstir-' Security program.
lorida Public U ilities Comi According to Carey. more than
Florida .Public Utilities Conu-iiis- "
sioner 19 million people now receive mon-
Slate CAutorney of the Fourteen'th thly Social Security benefits, and'
Judicial Circuit the total will reach 20 million early
s lPublic Dfender Fourteenth Juin 1965. Locally, about 16,000 peo-
nicial Circuit
State Senator. Fifth Senatorial ple in our seven county district
District area are receiving Social Security
One (1) M-eber of the House of .. ,r, i,.. each month totaling more
0 ,' than $900,000.00.
Clerk of the Circuit Court To know about your Social Se-
Sheriff curty rights ai l -,,.'1 1 ;I I
S Tax Assessor. always contticti, ,,ii t -c, ,l s
Coty Superintendent of Pub- curitv office. The office for this
lic Instruction area is located at 1135 Harrison
Supervisor of Registration Avenue, Panama City, Florida, tel-
l Three (3) Members of the Board phone 763-5331).
of County Commissioners, Districts
1, 3 and 5
Two (2) Members of the oBard '
of Public. Instruction. Districts 2
and 4
-1 1 ... ti Attorney
In Testimony Whereof. I have .
hereunto set my hand and the .
Great Seal of the State of -.*..
Florida. at Tallahassee, the -
Capital, this the thirty-first / --.l
day of July. A. D., 1964. / / .'
TOM ADAMS, ..
Secretary of State /


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RUG CLEANING
9 by 12 Rugs, $5.00
CASH AND CARRY
Dyeing Spot Removal
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Commander of the Sixth Fleet in

In Fighting Fire the Mediterranean.
USS SPRINGFIELD (FHTNC)- f (nAa e)
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nan third class, USN, son of Mr. 9 FIATFEWIICH
and Mrs. Carl Dees of 201 Duval STOWM our F /P9
St., Port St. Joe, recently aided in OAtR M. .
the fighting of a fire in Ville-
ranche, France, while serving '
board the guided missile cruiser
USS Springfield in the Mediterran-

Springfield's crewmembers aid-
ed local firemen in fighting the
blaze which threatened to engulf
many of the old villas in Ville- t.-. '
franche. ".' M-7-
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known but its progress was aided You don't need big feet to
by the explosion of a land mind stamp out cigarett
thought to have been left from


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bag 49c


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


MINUTE

GULF COUNTY

The Board of County Commis-
sioners met this date in regular
session with the following members
present: James G. McDaniel, Chair-
man, Walter Graham, A. J. Strick-
land, S. C. Player and Leo Ken-
nedy. The Deputy Clerk, Sheriff,
Road Supt., Mosquito Control Sup-
ervisor, Attorney William J. Rish
and Max W. Kilbourn were also
present.
The meeting came to order at
9:00 A. M. The-Attorney opened
the meeting with prayer.
The minutes of July 6th, 17th
and 28th were read, corrected and
adopted: The following corrections
were ordered: July 14th, 1964 page


THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1964


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Helene's Beauty Shop
Corner Monument Avenue and Fourth Street


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Buy 1st tire at price listed below and get 2nd re 50% off that price)
A I .


Florida Woodlands Are


Rated For Fire Danger


S of the

COMMISSION

181, line 4 to read: under this pro-
gram a Bookmobile would visit
Port St. Joe, Wewahitchka and
every area of the County twice
eath week.
Roy M.. Brooks, Assistant Direc-
tor, Florida Park Service appeared
before the Board and discussed a
possible agreement between his
Department and Gulf County for
the leasing of County Dragline to
be used in constructing the St.
Joseph's Peninsula State Park. Mr.
Brooks stated that the State would
pay the County $255.00 per week,
which would represent $75.00 for
use of the drafline, $155.00 salaries
for operator and oiler and $25.00


for traveling: the State will main-
tain the equipment; that it would
be used 60 calendar days, but
would ask for an extension of time
if the work could not be completed
in the 60 days and the State will
pay for the fuel. After discussion,.
there was a motion by Commission-
er Graham, seconded by Commis-
sioner Strickland and unanimously
carried that the County enter into
such an agreement with the Florida
Park Service ;that the Attorney
prepare the proper resolution and
contract.
The Chairman announced that
the next business would be to
consider adopting the budget for
the fiscal year beginning October
1, 1964 and ending'September 30,
1965 as re-advertised in the Gulf
County Breeze issue of July 30,
1964.
Tom S. Coldewey Chairman for
the Gulf County Tax Payers
League, Inc., wanted to know why
the budget was not published in
The Star; that -the Gulf County
Breeze did not circulate in South
end of the County. The Chairman
announced that the Public, Notice
as to the Budget was handed to the
publisher of The Star for publica-
tion, but because The Star's equip-
ment was out of operation at that
time, it could not publish the no-
tice; that the notice was published
according to law in the Gulf Coun-
ty Breeze. Mr. Coldewey then dis-
cussed the necessary millage to
operate the budget and then re-
quested that account no. 241 Main-
tenance and operation of the Court
house be reduced.
The Chairman stated that the
budget had been very carefully
considered, advertised and Public
Hearings had and the budget re-
duced considerably at the last pub-
lic hearing; that the millage will
not be assessed for any more than
necessary.
In a discussion as to the County
Free Library Fund, calling for a
one mill assessment, Hon. George
G. Tapper suggested that the one
mill assessment be made, but that
because the Gulf County School
System is in drastic need for addi-
tional library facilities in order to
remain as an accreditated system
that an investigation be made as
to using this budget to the school
libraries. Whereupon there was a
motion by Commissioner Graham
seconded by Commissioner Strick-
land and upon vote was unanimous-
ly carried that the budget be adopt-
ed and ordered for the fiscal year
beginning October 1, 1964 and end-
ing September 30, 1965. Budget le-
gally published in newspaper on
July 30, 1964.
E. C. Harden, Jr., appeared be-
fore the Board and requested the
County to pay for his damages in
the, loss of milk as reported to
this Board at its meeting of March
10, 1964 in the amount of $810.85.
He stated that his claim was refer-
red to the State Health Department
but that Department notified him


only one which is in use. It is de.
signed to indicate the relative rate
of forward spread of fire along the
ground surface with slope and fuel
held constant.
In explaining some of the dif-
ferences of the National and other
systems, Ryan said the National
system places more emphasis on
the factor, relative humidity, in de-
termining the drying time for por-
ous fuel twigs, grass, timber, etc.)
Other systems, he said, tend to
maximize the factors, wind speed
and fuel moisture.

Say You Saw It In The Star


Tallahassee__August 19__Florida
woodlands are now being rated for
fire danger With the National Fire
that it had no funds in which to
pay this claim and that it could
not legally pay it.
Leary and Owens Equipment
Company, Inc., presented its con-
tract for the Etnyre Model B.T Bi-
tuminous Pressure Distributor as
purchased July 28, 1964 to be paid
for on or before November 16,
1965 Minute Book 6, page 190).
After being advised by the attor-
ney, there was a motion by Com-
missioner Strickland, seconded by
Commissioner Graham and duly
carried that said note and contract
be executed by the Board.
The Board adopted a Resolution
authorizing the Capital outlay fund
to purchase said note in the amount
of $9,985.00 for the total price of
$9,300.00.
The Willis V. Rowan, Post 116,
American Legion presented a bill
in the amount of $100.00 rent for
the Gulf County Service Office for
May, June, July and August. Upon
motion by Commissioner Strickland
seconded by Commissioner Player
and duly carried the bill was or-
dered paid.
The following changes were
made on the Indigent roll. Remove
Lois Stone in effect this payment.
Add Walter at $15.00 for August
only.
There was a motion by Commis-
sioner Graham, seconded by Com-
missioner Kennedy and duly car-
ried, that the St. Joseph's Fire
Control District Fund pay- over to
the City of Port St. Joe for use
and benefit of the Fire Department
for fighting flies within said Fire
District the sum of $474.68.
Whereupon there was a motion
by Commissioner Graham seconded
by Commissioner Strickland and
duly carried that the Board adopt
a resolution to the State Road
Board of Florida to fill the vacan-
cy that now exists.
The County agent filed his re-
port for the month of July and
the same was ordered filed.
The bills were examined, approv-
ed and ordered paid.
There being no further business,
the meeting adjourned.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core, clerk
James G. McDaniel, chairman


FREE CHEST'X-RAY

GULF COUNTY September 8th through September 19, 1964



TUBERCULOSIS? LUNG CANCER? ENLARGED HEART?


Do You Know for Sure?

A CHEST X-RAY FOR ALL 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER


Location ,


P TILL 9 0 Open 7a. m.- p.m.-. .--
P T I L L 9 (oxcept Sat. till 6)
Priced as shown at Firestone Stores; competitively pricisdat irin. aleri anid at all service stations di.!,r r st;:no sign.



Pate's Service Center


228-25 Monument Avenue Phone 2294291


Date


Hours


INDIAN PASS McNeill's Store ----- Tuesday, September 8 ------11-1

OAK GROVE Stripling's Store----------- Tuesday, September 8 -------3-7

OVERSTREET Post Office ------------- Wednesday,;September 9 _- 10-1 EST

BEACON HILL BEACH Scheffir's Grocery --- Wednesday, September 9--- 2-5

HIGHLAND VIEW Player's Super Market -- Thursday, September 10 -- 1-4

ST. JOE QUARTERS -Near Duen's Super Mkt._ Thursday, September 10 --- 5-8

PORT ST. JOE Smith's Pharnacy -----Friday, September 11 and 10-1 and
Saturday, September 12 --- 3-6

WHITE CITY Stafford's Gncery ----------Tuesday, September 15 -- 1-4 CST

WEWAHITCHKA Leonard'sGrocery ----Tuesday, September 15 ---- 5-8

WEWAHITCHKA Near Wevahitchka Bank Wednesday, September 16 -- 10-1
and 2-5

ST. JOE PAPER CO. First Ad Building ---- Thursday, September 17 --- 6-9 a.m.
and 2-5 p.m.

ST. JOE PAPER CO. First Ad Building ---- Friday, September 18 -- 6-9 a.m.
and 2-5 p.m.

WEWAHITCHKA Near Wiwahitchka Bank Saturday, September 19 ----- 10-1
and 2-5


This Service Provided By:

GULF COUNTY HIELTH DEPARTMENT
FLORIDA STATE BiARD OF HEALTH

In Cooperation With:

GULF COUNTY TB md HEALTH ASSOCIATION


Danger Rating System developed
by the U. S. Forest Service, said a
Service spokesman today at the
annual meeting of the Southeast-
ern States Forest Fire Compact
Commission here.
Paul Ryan of the Forest Fire Re-
search Laboratory at Macon, Geor-
gia, in presenting the technical
findings of fellow researcher John
Keech, Asheville, N. C., told the 10-
state group that Georgia was the
first state to use the National Rat-
ing Service. Georgia put it into ef-
fect in January '64, Florida on July
1, 1964. The U. S. Forest Service
is encouraging states to switch
from their present rating systems
in an effort to standardize and im-
prove fire danger ratings.
Mr. Ryan's presentation was one
of several scheduled to be put be-
fore the Compact by leading South-
ern meteorologists and foresters
during a convene here August 18-
20. This year's convention theme
is "Forest Fire Behavior and Fire
Weather Service." The Compact,
formed in 1954, is composed of ten
adjoining southern states which
share fire-weather information and
protection.
Keech began his work on the
National System in 1957, said Ryan
and so far has completed the first
phase of a four-phase. program.
Ryan declined to make a predic-
tion as to when the rating system
would be complete.
As things now stand, said Ryan,
a local forester using the National
Rating System is only able to of-
fer rating and predictions for a
specific area as to the intensity of
a forest fire once it has started.
The forester as yet can make no
ratings or predictions with this
system as to the chances of a fire
starting up in a particular area.
The National System has four
basic indexes; spread, ignition,
risk and fuel energy. At the pre-
sent time the "spread" index is the


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Registration Day for the

JACK and JILL KINDERGARTEN

Will be FRIDAY, AUGUST 28 from 9:00 A.M.
Until 11:00 A.M.
School Opens Monday, August 31
MRS. DuBOSE
MRS. FOX
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Father of Mrs. Mitchell
Passes Away In Milton
Reuben Guy Payne, Sr., 75, of
Milton, a former mayor of Milton
and a former member of the Santa
Rosa County Commission, died ear-
ly last Thursday at a Milton hospi-
tal after a long illness.
Among the survivors are Mrs.
Thomas J. Mitchell of Port St; Joe,
who is one of five daughters left
by Mr. Payne's passing.
Funeral services were held at
1:00 pn.m. Saturday from the First
Baptist Church in Milton with the
Rev. Joe Bamberg and the Rev.
Neal Brohm officiating.


223-25 M~onument Avenue


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1964

I PRETTIEST LEGS AT THE FAIR j

Ting


With the aid of a tape measure, actor Jean Pierre Aumont sizes
up Margaret W'-iskoipf's legs, adjudged the prettiest at the
New York Worii's Fair in a contest for hostesses at industrial
and national pavifi.ns. In winning over 20 other finalists, Mar-
garet received $300, three dozen pairs of stockings of Du Pont's
new "Cantrece" nylon, and a kiss from Mr. Aumont. She is 19
and soon will start her junior year at New York University where
she is majoring in fashion merchandising.



Good Reading Habits


Helps In School Work


"There once was a guy
named Dan,
Who thought he'd get by
with a fan.
He turned it on high-
Let the hot air fly by, ,
And perspired all over
the divan."


A teacher or parent can use
many subtle creative ways to make
reading an integral part of school
activities. The value of reading en-
joyment was expressed by Emily
Dickinson whe nshe wrote:
He ate and drank the precious
words,
His spirit grew robust;
He knew no more that he was
poor,
Nor that his frame was' dust.
He danced along the dingy days,
And this bequest of wings
Was but a book.
What liberty a loosened spirit
brings!
Books on different topics for
each grade level are available at
Saint Joseph's Children's Library,
located on Eighth Street. The li-
brary is open on Tuesdays, Thurs-
days and Fridays from 4 to 5 p.m.
', '5' Is For 13etsy" Grades 1-3.
When she started the first grade
1-3. When she started the first
grade Betsy entered a wide world
of companionship, fun, and entranc-
ing new experiences. First publish-
ed almost a quarter of a century
ago, this appealing story the
first of several about Betsy is
still a favorite with little girls.


Insurance Men

Take Hard Look At

State's Accidents
TALLAHASSEE-Florida's soar-
ing highway accident statistics
have brought the State's Insurance
Commissioner, its insurance indus-
try, and hundreds of interested citi-
zens into a powerful team designed
to fight for traffic safety.
State Treasurer and Insurance
Commissioner J. Edwin Larson di-
rects the recently re-organized and
incorporated Citizens Ad v isory
Committee on Highway Safety, with
Miamian Hugh Lalor as President;
Larson as Chairman of the Board.
The Citizens group has function-
ed unincorporated since 1958, but
the newly-designed unit promises
to be the most powerful safety or-
ganization in Florida, possibly in
the Southeastern U. S.
The Citizens Advisory Committee
works; with the Legislature to pro-
duce 'better highway safety laws.
It conducts surveys, holds work-
shops and hearings, then offers its
findings to the Legislature.
Lawmakers hold high regard for
the, Citizens Advisory Committee,
for its history shows such accom-
plishments as Florida's widely-cop-
ied driver education program fi-
nanced by a small addition to the
charge for drivers' licenses; a uni-
form traffic signs and signals law,
an increase in the size of the Flor-
ida Highway Patrol, and tighter
laws governing juvenile'traffic of-
fenders.
The insurance industry pays
much of the bill for the commit-
tee's work. Right now the newly-
incorporated organization is hous-
ed next door to the Florida Associa-
tion of Insurance Companies, Inc.,
which is furnishing free space, fur-
niture ,telephone and secretarial
assistance.
And, right now, the committee's
new .Executive Director, P e t e
Guarisco, is outlining bills suggest-
ed by the Legislative Council's
committee on Traffic Safety aimed
at a possible compromise motor
vehicle inspection law, among oth-
er things.
The insurance industry has made
it all possible. And through en-
lightened leadership, Commissioner
Larson has made the whole thing
worthwhile.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to sincerely thank the
friends'that came to see me while
I was in the hospital and those that
sent cards, flowers and did other
favors, also Dr. W. F. Wager, the
nurses and others in, the hospital
that were so thoughtful and kind.
May God bless each of you.
MRS. G. E. WEEMS
the average countryside.
"Lou Gehrig, A Quiet Hero",
Grades 7-8. The story of a man who
was not only a great ball player
but also a symbol of courage and


"In Woods and Fields" Grades decency and kindness to millions
4-6. A beginning nature study book who were not even interested in
that will suit varied tastes of read- baseball. When told that he was
ers of many ages. Ideal for Scout suffering from a rare disease for
troops, nature study clubs and stu- which there is no cure, his bravery
dents, the material covers both was an inspiration to all around
plant and animal life common to him.


GA ,adelplia Mints are converting to
Government Is additional coin press operations
Making More Coins the space and facilities formerly
,., rainy Doreu r oins5 used for production of operations
The Treasury Department today bronze "strip". The latter mater-
..,. ,,= ... i. ials are now being brought from
reported the first month's results private industry.
of its program to double coin pro- Space in the San Francisco Mint
duction during the current fiscal building, which was closed as a
year. coinage Mint in 1955, is being
In July, the two Mints in Phila- cleared for the production of nick-
delphia and Denver turned out el and bronze "blanks" ready for
depha and Denver turned out final stamping into nickels and
458.4 million coins __ 77 percent cents at the Denver Mint.
higher than the same month last Facilities of the Frankford Ar-
year. Production of quarters was senal in Philadelphia are being ini-
165 percent higher. Dime produc-' tialized to annual and clean coin
tion rose 265 percent. blanks for the Philadelpia Mint.
Still larger increases are expect- The Mint presently has 60 coin
ed this fall. The Denver and Phil- presses. This number will be doub-
led by early next year. -
Eleven new coin presses are be-
Highland View Church ing built and will begin produc-
ing coins in November at both
Starting Kindergarten Mints.
Bids to furnish still another 15
The Highland View Baptist coin presses have been received
Church is making plans to begin a and, orders will be placed this
kindergarten on September 8 at week for delivery beginning in Jan-
the Highland View Baptist Church. uary 1965.
Registration forms are now avail- Sixteen surplus presses, formerly
able at the church or with Rev. used by the Department of Defense
Harry Powell, Mrs. Archie Floyd to manufacture ammunition, are
or call 229-3306. If you have a being converted to coin produc-
child four or five years old by tion. The first of these will be in-
January 1, 1965, he can be enrolled stalled and operating in October,
in the kindergarten, and the rest in November.

"Nobody's depriving you of your rights you got
freedom to choose!"


Duck Hunting

Season Established
Duck hunting legally begins in
Florida at noon November 25 and
ends at sunset January 3, the Flor-
ida Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission ruled this week.
Hunters may bag each day dur-
ing the 40-day season four ducks
of which two may be canvasback
or redhead. Hunters will be al-
lowed no more than two wood
ducks or two mallards north of
State Road 50.
South of State Road 50, the Com-
mission ruled Florida ducks will
be classified no longer as mallards.
Hunters can bag four Florida ducks
daily.
The Commission prohibited dove
hunting in the Oct. 3-Nov. 8 phase
in the following areas: Alligator
Point in Franklin County, Sumter
County north of State Road 48,
Putnam County east of the St.
Johns River and St. Johns, Volusia,
Brevard and Flagler counties.

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Dr. T. S. Harris
Speaks to Brotherhood
The Brotherhood of the Long
Avenue Baptist Church met for
their monthly meeting on Monday
night. Dinner, prepared by the
Womansr Missionary Union of the
church, was served at 7:30 in the
Educational Department. A special
word of thanks is extended to these
ladies.
After dinner, Stewardship Chair-
man, Wesley Ramsey, introduced
Dr. Thomas S. Harris, Pastor of
the First Methodist Church as
speaker of the evening. Dr. Harris
brought an inspiring message on
Stewardship. ,
I Approximately twenty five men
enjoyed the fellowship, food and
program.
Visiting Relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Embleton and
children, Alan and Leslie arrived
last Friday to visit with relatives,
Mr. and Mrs: George Sizemore of
Apalachicola and Mr. and Mrs.
James "Bo" Bray of this city. They
will be staying at Mexico Beach on
31st Street and hope their friends
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1964'used throughout the reception area.


Miss Melba Jean Watts became first cousin of the bride and Rob-
the bride of Joel Marion Barbee' ert Ecker,. first cousin of the
in an impressive double ring cere- groom.
money, Saturday, August 15 at 3:00 The bride, given in marriage
ie by her father, was radiant in her
p.m., in the Highland View Bap-. floor length gown of bridal sa-
tist Church of Highland View, with tin and chantilly lace which was
the Rev. J. C. Odum, officiating. made by the bride's mother. The
The bride is the daughter of Mr. molded bodice featured a beau-
and Mrs. Lee R. Watts of Highland tiful sabrina neckline and fas-
View, and the bridegroom is the tened down the center back
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman F. with tiny satin-covered buttons.
Barbee of Port St. Joe. The long, tapered sleeves termin-
A pyramid fashioned of three ated in calla points at the wrists
entwined candelabra holding burn- and also fastened with tiny sa-
ing bridal tapers provided the tin-covered buttons. The bouf-
background for two standards of fant skirt of white chantiily lace
white arrangements including over satin, joined the waistline
chrysanthemums and gladioli. and was enhanced in center
These were flanked by glistening back with deep pleats flowing
foliage. Window recesses held gracefully into a slight train.
burning, tapers nestled in fern. Her bouffant veil of silk illusion
Family pews were designated by was attached to a dainty tiara of
traditional white satin bows. As seed pearls. She wore a single
the guests assembled, Mrs. Helen stran of pearls, given to her by
Gilley, organist, presented soft pre- the bridegroom. She carried a
nuptial music and also accompan- cascade bouquet of white roses
ied Mrs. Joy Richards, soloist, as centered by a white orchid nes-
she sang, "0 Promise Me". / tied in tulle and ribbon with
Miss Lounell Crain.attended the love knots.
bride as maid of honor. She was Mrs. Watts 'chose for her daugh-
attired in a street length dress of ter's wedding, a sheath of light
pink lace over satin. The fitted bo- blue eyelet embroidery. She wore
dice, with a sabrina neckline and white accessories. The bridegroom's
tiny capped sleeyes, joined the mother, Mrs. Barbe'e, was attired


waistline and featured a skirt of
self material. Deep pleats accented
each side and fell evenly and grace-
fully into a deep hem line. She
wore a matching headpiece ac-
cented by a tiny veil and carried
a nosegay bouquet of pastel color.
Tony Barbee, brother of the
bridegroom, served as best man.
Ushers were David Macomber,


in beige emoossed peau-de-soie
complemented by beige accessories.
Both mothers wore pink corsages
of carnations and ribbons.
RECEPTION
Immediately following the cere-
mony, a reception was given by
the bride's parents in the church
social hall. The couple's chosen
colors of pink and white were


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The bride's table, covered with
a white lace cloth over linen, was
centered by a beautifully embossed
wedding cake, topped by a minia-
ture bride and groom. Double
branched candelabra holding white
tapers were placed on either side
of the cake. The table was com-
pleted by the bride's bouquet, pla-
ced on the table.
Following the initial cutting of
the cake by the couple, Mrs. Edna
Floyd served the guests. Refresh-
ments were served from a table
Covered with a white linen cloth
using the maid of honor's bouquet
at the end. Punch was served from
a crystal punch bowl encircled by
dainty pink flowers nestled in fern.
Compotes of nuts and mints com-
pleted the setting.
Mrs. Joy Richards, Mrs. Fannie
Mae McMillian, Mrs. Pauline Christ-
mas presided. Mrs. Tony Barbee
kept the bride's book which was
.displayed on a small table overlaid
with white, accented by a single
pink taper.
The couple left for Jacksonville
where they will reside. For travel-
ing, Mrs. Barbee chose a pastel
stripe arnel shift with which she
wore black patent accessories and
the orchid lifted from her bouquet.
The bride was graduated from
Port St. Joe High School in the
class of 1964 and the bridegroom
was graduated from Port St. Joe
High School in the class of 1963.
He also attended Gulf Coast Jun-
ior College in Panama City.
Out-of-town relatives and guests
attending were: /Mrs. Lewis Gay,
and Mrs. Jessie Cox, Wewahitchka;
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Tillman, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert M. Ecker, Miss
Lyn Tillman, Miss Carole Ecker,
and Mrs. John Paloner of Panama
City; Frank Ruckman, Atlanta, Ga.;
Mrs. Archie 'Floyd, Blountstown;
and Miss Mary Cox of Brewton,
Ala.


Mrs. Fensom Names
Thrift Shop Workers
The Thrift Shop committees for
the Fall Quarters have been an-
nounced by Mrs. Paul Fensom, Hos-
pital Auxiliary president:
Pick-up and Marking Committee:
Mrs. Cecil Costin, Jr., Mrs. Tom
Smith and Mrs. Edd Ramsey.
Telephone Chairman: Mrs. Bob
Fox.
Thrift Shop Workers: Sept. fifth
Mrs. Joe Hendrix, Mrs. Sid Brown;
Sept. 12, Mrs..Frank Hannon, Mrs.
Pete Ivey; Sept. 19, Mrs. Dillon
Smith, Mrs. Norman Allemore;
Sept. 26, Mrs. Tom Parker, Mrs.
Johnnie Sikes; Oct. third, Mrs,
Charles Stevens, Jr., Mrs. Morgan
Jones; October 10, Mrs. John Rob-
ert Smith, Mrs. Lawrence Brown;
October 17, Mrs. Walter Dodson,
Mrs. Tommy Hutchins; October
24, Mrs. Tom Coldwey, Mrs. Roy
Gibson, Jr.; Oct. 31, Mrs .Dave
Jones, Mrs. William Whaley; No-
vember seventh, Mrs. Wade Rarrier
Mrs. Cannon Buzzett; November
14, Mrs. Cecil Costin, Sr., Mrs. Ben-
ny Roberts; Nov. 21, Mrs Dave May,
Mrs. Walter Duren; November 28
Mrs. George Anchors, Mrs. Billy
Quarles.
Mrs. Fox will contact each work-
er to remind her of her date. Any-
one unable to serve the appointed
time is expected to provide a sub-
stitute.
The Thrift Shop is open each
Saturday at two.


Long Avenue Baptist


Church Circles Meet


Circle No. 1
Circle One of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church met in the home
of Mrs. T. D. Hutchins, Monday at
9:30 a.m., August 17, with five
members present: Mrs. Joe ierrell,
Mrs. Dave Maddox, Mrs. Bobby
Huckeba, Mrs. John Core and Mrs.
T. D. Hutchins.
The meeting was opened by Mrs.
John Core, circle chairman, giving
the call to prayer, followed with
prayer by Mrs. T. D. Hutchins.
A short business meeting was
held and the program given to the
program chairman, Mrs. T. D. Hut-
chins.
Delicious refreshments were en-
joyed by all.
The meeting was dismissed with
prayer by Mrs. T. D. Hutchins.

Circle 'No. 5
Miss Alma Baggett was hostess
to the Circle 5 members of the
Long Avenue Baptist Church, when
they met Tuesday night, August 18.
The meeting opened with the'
call to prayer by Mrs. Gene Fow-
ler. The missionary program,, taken
from the Royal Service- Magazine,
was given by Mrs. Fowler, Mrs. W.
R. Ramsey, Mrs. Selma Lamberson,
Miss Baggett, Mrs. Lenora Conger
and Mrs. Mary Barham.
A short business discussion was
held and the. meeting was closed
with prayer.

Circle No. 2
Circle Number 2 of the Long
Avenue Baptist Church met Tues-
day, August 18 in the home of Mrs.
W. D. Sykes on Long Avenue. The
meeting was opened with prayer
by circle chairman, Mrs. N. G. Mar-
tin. After a brief business period
a very interesting program titled,
"English Language Churches Over-
seas", was given by the members
present:
Mrs. N. G. Martin, Mrs. J. C.
Odum. Mrs. J. 0. LUcas, Mrs. Neil
K. Arnold, Mrs. W. D. Sykes, and
Mrs. T .J. Braxton.
The meeting was closed with a
prayer by Mrs. W. D. Sykes. Deli-
cious refreshments were served,by
the hostess.

Golden Agers Meet
For Pot Luck Supper
The Golden Agers met at the
Stac House Monday for a covered
dish supper with 14 members and
one visitor present. Mrs. Montael-
va of Texas was the visitor. The
meeting was opened with a prayer
by Mrs. Dessie Lee Parker.
Mrs. W. J. Daughtry presided in
the absence of the president, Mrs.
E. H. Vanlandingham who was not
present due to illness. The minutes
were read and approved.
Mrs. Dessie Lee Parker auctioned
off the lovely hand made gifts. All
members signed a "get well" card
sent to Mrs. Vanlandingham and
E. E. Carter, who is also ill. A nice
letter was read from Mr. Carter
turning in his resignation to the
Club due to ill health.
The meeting was adjourned af-
ter a very enjoyable evening.
The next meeting, will be on
September 14 at the Stac House.
We welcome R. D. Flood back
as a member of our group.


I. C. Nedley Family
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nUS neunIOn ma, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ned-
ley; Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Herring,
For the first time in several Rodney, Carla and Judy 1Hqing
years all of I. C. Nedley's children and Miss Marion Lauder an the
have been in town at the same hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Nedley. Mr.
time. and Mrs. Brown left Wednesday for
On Tuesday night they gathered New York where they will'visit the
in the Nedley home on Monument World's Fair. Enroute they will
Avenue for a buffet supper. Those visit some of Mr. Brown's friends
attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fran- and relatives and other places of
cis Brown and son Gregory Putnam interest.
of Bradenton; Mrs. Byron Eells,
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Rachael L. Wimberly of Port
St. Joe, toured Radio Free Eu-
rope headquarters in Munich,
West Germany, this month.
About 3,000 Americans visit RFE
annually to see how its broad-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1954



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---....-i e-axr reun u In UIUoIIIg time was 6:45 p.m.
This is written en route to Mi- We told him that we didn't want
American Legion Revival In Progress ami. Mrs. B. has a heavy accelera- any of his water to drink- y
A u ilia M mi AtWhie CityC hu tor foot and a rough guess is that wanted to look for the silver in
Auxiliary Membership At White City Church we're moving at the rate of about the springs. He repeated a: -:
Drive Shows Gains A mid-week revival service is 80 miles per (am afraid to look "We're closed!" Since it appea:2d
at speedometer). When the wife we weren't getting anywhere ie-
According to Mrs. Madaleine n ogress the White City gets going the steam goes on full cided to give up, told him that we
Accordi to.. Mrsh;. .ada...e Baptist Church. The revival will blast. hoped he wouldn't hold anythn Ig
Whitaker, membership chairman continue through tonight and to- We had predicted some fol-de-rol agin us that we were goir 'o
of the Willis V. Rowan, Unit 116, morrow night. Tattle for you this week but this our motel and take a swim in p! n
American Legion Auxiliary, all The special revival services are post remodeling trip was advisable water without the silver. We pa t-
these members have a 1965 mem- being led by Rev. Roy Griggs of to shake off a severe attack of ed on good terms and promise, to
bership cardNotasulga, Alabama. balcony-itis, produced by too many come back sometime when the
Sbership card: Services will be held tonight and hours, day and night, labor in spring was running!
Mrs. Lois Daniell, president, Mrs. tomorrow beginning at 8:00 p.m. "oyles new (private, exclusive) Well,o od friends, enough f
Myrtice Smith, Mrs. Ludie Daniell,! Everyone i n the White City and' Men's and Boys' Department. The this. It's my bedtime now. W:-- I
Mrs. Mozelle Trammell, Mrs. Elea- Port St. Joe area is invited to the first and only second floor clothing could tell you about tomorrow cnd
nor Blann, Mrs. Verna Smith, Mrs. services to hear good messages and shopping center in Port St. Joe, the next day but will have to -t
Mamie Lou Dare, Mrs. Anne Hart, partake of the friendly fellowship Florida. Come in browse and this in the mail to reach Star
Mrs. Hulean Thames, Mrs. Marie of the White City Baptist Church. shop in one of the largest and most Wesley in time for print. If d
Tapper, Mrs. Hortense Comforter, complete stores for men in North- when you read this gabble we -x-
Mrs. Lola Costn, Mrs. Myrtle Od- west Florida. Right now we're shop- 'pect to be home anyway. It's -ot
om, Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, Mrs. o- ping for a place to lay down. We often wife and me take off c- a
la Maddox, Mrs. Katherine Harris, find that it costs about $1.00 more trip together (even 4 days). Th .se
Mrs. Verley Petty, rs. Madaleine to sleep in a swimming pool bed late years. We're making the !t
Whitaker, Mrs. yrtle Simpson, i than in a bed without. Told wife of it, and having more fun t -.i
Mrs. Effie Cason and Mrs. Willie l that believe I would settle for good ever. Barbara is an excellent u..a-
Mae Daniell. bed minus pool. We'll use the say- veler and joining in the loo --g,
S" ings to buy more merchandise to hearing, seeing and so on. It's 0
M t sell. pleasant to have Sarah Linda '"-
J ayceet test I Mr. and Mrs. George Jeremiah It's now 8:35 p.m. Sunday. We ardson with us making out a 2y
i*"./h .Mr H r Perna of 509 Woodward Avenue found the good beds. The place is and agreeable foursome to bal, "ce
With M rs. Harrison birth of a baby girl, sort of old fashioned looking, and Mrs. B's Dodge well.
Debra Sue on August 15. conforms to its name, "The Or- In the event you should (hi 'ly
The Port St. Joe Jayceettes met Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Carl Peavy leans". About 5 miles from scenic likely!) you have any intere-' -n
Monday night in the home of Mrs. of Wewahitchka announce the Silver Springs, one of the Sunshine what happens in the next two 's
Virginia Harrison with 12 mem- birth of a son, Mark Wayne on Au- State's most popular attractions. Step up the easy stairw- to
bers present. gust 15. We'll take a look tomorrow, then Boyles new Men's and Boys' e
Mrs. Caroline Norton presided Mr. and Mrs. Jay Franklin Wil- beat it down Sunshine State Park- about Thursday, Friday or S 'tr-
over the meeting. It was decided liams, 115 Hunter Circle announce way to little ole Miami. Arriving day. At the same time you ca "e-
that the Jayceettes would buy a the birth of a son, Jay Franklin, in Ocala a little late for a first rate plenish your shoe and clo ng
block for the Fishing Reef. Jr., on August 17. evening meal we settled for quar- stock and save yourself real n 7.
Committee chairmen were ap. Mr. and Mrs. Dav'd Mitchell ter pound hamburgers, apple pie One of the reasons that mad- i's
pointed for the annual Teacher's Rich of White City announce the a-la-mode plus several pots of cof- private, exclusive shop for bir -id
Reception. The reception will be birth of a daughter, Kinberly Ann fee. Not bad,.not bad. We noticed little men possible. See you.
Sunday afternoon, August 30. on August 22. the Springs were closed but decid- S'long. B
Service chairman, Mrs. Jean Lit- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Raf- ed to drive in and browse around P.S.-Think I'll read the ill
tle, presented a number of major field of Apalachicola announce the briefly. Soon a polite guard showed pamphlet on my note t -
service projects for the organiza- birth of a daughter, Kathy Lorraine up and reminded us that the "Three Steps to Happiness" ( tr-
tion to work on the coming year. on August 25. Springs were closed. I reminded' tesy of the management). ss
The group will select at the next Colored Births him that we never closed springs steps even, than Boyles Men's .nd
meeting, the most worthwhile pro- Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Henderson, Sr., up our way but he still insisted Boys' Store.
ject to undertake. 242 Avenue B announce the birt h
A social time followed the busi- of a baby girl, Ellen Marie on
ness meeting. Bridge and canasta August 8. Miss Minerva McLane Says Beauty Contest
games were played and enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Early Lewis, Jr., .
the group. The hostess presented 232 Avenue G announce the birth Entrants Must Register By August 31


dainty organuy hostess
the two high winners.
pie a-la-mode and coffee
ved and enjoyed by all.


aprons to oUf a uauy boy, waiter Jorames on
Delicious August 15.
were ser- (All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital).


- Say You Saw It In The Star -


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Your druggist's certificate as
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shows that he has passed the
Florida State Board of Phar-
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quickly.


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Phone 227-5111


Drive-in Window At Rear


Miss Minerva McLane, Chairman 'judged wearing formal ev- ng
of the Special Events Committee dresses at Centennial Building at
No. 1 of the Gulf County Labor the dance on Monday night.
Day Celebration, urges all entrants The rules for the "Little _'IVs
for the "MISS LABOR DAY" and Labor Day" contest are:
"LITTLE MISS LABOR DAY" beau- Ages 1 through 6; must h',-
ty contests or their sponsors to sponsor; registration fee of
file registration forms by Monday, to be paid in advance at tin r C
August 31. returning registration form;
The rules for the "Miss Labor be judged on poise, persr
Day" contest are as follows: and beauty; will be judged in :,h': t
Ages 16-21, single; must have dresses immediately followir,
sponsor; registration fee of $5.00 to parade in city park; three ("
be paid in advance at the time of winners will be judged immed .te-
returning the registration form; ly following the first elimin:
will be judged on poise, personal- Registration forms may b "-
ity and beauty; will be judged in cured by contacting either I ss
one piece bathing suits following McLane, Miss Clara Pate or -..-s.
parade; three top winners will be Harold Odom.


THE STAR
Published Evc-y Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY -- .-. Editor and Publishric
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, P.,.'
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
DIAL 227-3161 POSTOFFICE Box 308

Entered as secon-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. J
Florida, under !.t of March 8, 1879.

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THE STAR, Port. St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1964


p scription

n:y be "Greek" ,

to you...
but to your Rexall druggist the
Latin symbols have an exact
technical meaning. His years of
skill qualify him to read and fill
your Doctor's Prescription to the
letter, with fresh, potent ingredi-
ents. You can depend on your
Rexall druggist just the same as
you can depend on any drug prod-
uct that bears the name Rexall.





Buzzeit's Drug Store
Drive-In Window Service
317 Williams Ave.
Free Parking


Rash of Wrecks
(Continuea From Page 1)


Elementary School
To Register Students
The Port St. Joe Elementary
School will hold registration and
testing on Friday, August 21, for
any first grade pupils not pre-
viously registered. It is necessary
for the parents to bring the child's
birth certificate.
All first graders beginning school
are required by law to have com-
pleted a physical examination. This
can be done by family physician or
on August 27 at 1:00 p.m. at the
Gulf County Health Clinic. Forms
for this examination can be secured
from the Health Clinic.
Children other than first graders
that were not enrolled during the
last school term (1963-64) should
come by the school with parents
and register between August 22
and August 28. No children will be
registered on the first day of
school.

Highland View Fire
Auxiliary Meets Again
The Highland View Fire Depart-
ment Ladies Auxiliary met Tues-
day, August 25. The president call-
ed the meeting to order by leading
the ladies in the Lord's Prayer.
This is the first meeting to be
held since summer vacation start-
ed.
There is going to be a rummage
sale held across the street from
Bennie's Tackle Box Saturday, Au-
gust 29 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mel-
ba Peak and Nell Patterson will be


Monday, at 12:45 a.m., west of working. These rummage sales will
the Wayside Park at Mexico Beach, be held every Saturday.
John C. Gainous of Highland View Some new members were put on
was charged with improper back- the roll. Plans are being made for
ing of a motor vehicle when he a Thanksgiving bake sale. Also an
backed his auto across the highway order for Christmas cards is being
in turning around and struck an sent and a request for the Florida
auto owned by Jacquelyn Ann Boys to sing in the area in Novem
Decker of Buffalo, New York. A ber.
total of $50.00 damages was esti- Anyone having anything to do
mated to both cars. nate to the rummage sale, please
-- + call or deliver to Bennie Hunter
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR! Bennie's Tackle Box, Highway 98
All offers will be appreciated.


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-OR SALE: 4 bedroom house on FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet half FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished ap- FOR RENT: First floor 2 Adroom iWANTED: Elderly lady i. at
two lots. 405 Woodward Ave., ton picked. Very good condition a-rtment. 1505 Monument Ave.. 'infurnished apartment 228; Beach to work i store
ort St. Joe. FHA loan available. Phone 227-3701. Don Grossman. le Phone 648-4770. t 7th St. Phone 227-7761. fc-6-11 Apply in person at .
;300 down payment. Payments ap- .OR RENT: House at 214th St. G-ocei'y.
roximately $64 monthly. Total FOR SALE: Low down payment. 31FOR RENT: Furnished waterfront $40.00 month. Call 227-76. 4t SEPTIC TANKS pumped out Call
ost $9,700. Seller will pay FHA fi- bedroom house with new roof 2 bedroom house with large ja- ............ ford Griffi Phone 2293097
nancing charges. Occupancy im- across from boat basin in Highland lo.tsied porch, St. Joe Beach. Call FOR RENT: Garage .,- toini
mediately. Call 227-4531, Port St. View or will rent furnished or un- 227-4991 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. tfc-8-13 furnished. $50.00 a i WOOD WORKS --Scr ee: (doors,
Joe, or Ben Dickens, 385-1015, Tal- furnished. Phone 227-7771. --- ...- ... utilities furnished. 1015 Mument picture franm-s, cabinets, kitchen
lahassee. tfc-5-14 FOR RENT: Business property on | Avenue. Call B. C. C._ 11 227-: sinks made to order. P. G. .art;
FOR SALE: Adding machine paper. 'Highway 98. With living quarters 7396, 1009 Mon. Ave. I..-7-301 Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
FOR SALE: 34 lots at Beacon Hill Pac':-,ge of 3 rolls, 70c. The Star, | coneeted. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6 -- MOVING? Your MA' te
Beach on Highway 98 between 227-3161. 'O- .EN o A OR RENT: One 2-bedroom.rnish- man is as, near.. i ',. ..
Panama City and Port St. Joe. Lots I- I F R rENT or. SALE: Tri-pMex ap- "I apartmlent One 2-rom nCall 27-2011, e I i -.
located approximately two blocks FOR RENT or SAL-E: 1303Marvni at...tit, furn i .ed..A exic' uv-'nigshed apt. o .droo ST.- JO, ,'- l.i th Post
from Gulf. Lots to be sold to high- Ave. Unfurnished 2 bedroom iB:ach. Call 227-42ol days or 6(A 'uses, furnished. Smith Phar- ofice. Local and Long Distance
est sealed bid received by Septem- house. Den, living room, dining 4600 evenings. tfc-7-16 macy, Phone 227-5111. oving Free Estimatc
ber 1. We reserve the right to re- room. 1250 sq. ft. living area. Seeg ree Estimates.
jeqt any or all bids. For more in- Bob Ellzey or call 227-4611. Avail- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front LOSE cot-WEIGHT safely nw ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS M t
formation, write A. V. Bateman, able Sept. 1. stage with large porch. On St. LE WEIGHT safely %,t new ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
boxmt2, Prte St. Ve F dan orJoe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone Dex-A-Diet Tablets. O; 98c. every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
box 3C2 Port St. Joe, Florida FOR RENT: Furnished brick home. 6483472. tfc-7-16 Campbell's Drug Store. tc-8-20 Parish House, 39 6th t. Port
call 227-7571 Large living room with fire place,
dining groom, two large bedrooms FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typinpaper, S Joe, Fla. Phone 229-353 fo^
FOR SALE OR RENT: 3 bedroom and garage. 1031 Long Ave. J. A. ment. Couple only. 1621 Monu-! rag content bond, all s's. On- Ji 'her information or write P. .
house on spacious corner lot. Mira. 648-4128 or 227-2711. meant Ave. Phone 227-7641 or 227- 'ionskin, manuscript coven-carbon tL,. 535.
Well landscaped. See R. G. Boyles 3201. tfc 'p' .;'-r. cl.s, fasteners, fileolders.-
or call 227-4261 day or 648-4600' FOR RENT: Furnished or unfur- ... :. for the office, 'e Star, THERE WILL BE a regular com-
nights. nished 2 bedroom house near FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un- 227-3161. munication of Purt St. Joe Lodge
school. Contact E. W. Beaman, furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60 .. No .111, F. & A. ,, aev first
FOR SALE OR LEASE: 3 bedroom Phone 227-2541. tfc-8-27 month. Inquire Jim Mapes 648-1 HELP WANTED: Salesrn and( and third Thuisday at 8a0 p0'm.
house. Master bedroom 12%x17, Nice, clean furnished 3840. tfc-8-20 truck driver. Salesman ust be A
two tile baths, large den wired and FOR RENT: Nice, clea Call able to sell, truck diver drive
plumbed for living kitchen. Glas- apartment. 1506 ong ve. Call6 FOR RENT: By week or by the Apply in person at warehse, 221
sed sun porch, living and dining John Scott, 227-5426. tfc-8-6 night, one bedroom and private N. Pear St., 10:30 a.m., ST to N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
area. Call 227-3161. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house at bath. 528 corner of Sixth Street Noon Tuesday through play or h. L. BURGE, Secretary
beach. Furnished. 2 baths, living and Woodward Ave. 2tp-8-20 call 674-8113, BlountstowFlla. 2t WILLIS ROWA r-t
FOR SALE kitchen, large porch, separate din- WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST I
Three bedroom, frame house ing room and living room. For in- FOR RENT or SALE: 2 bedroom THE AMERICAN LE-iON, ne. i
with oak floors near Grammar formation contact Mrs. Cecil Lyons. I duplex on Palm Blvd. Single HELP WANTED: Man v- ing second and fr.-urlb Tuesday
School. Only $300 downGr. Total Available Sept. 1. tfc-7-16' dwelling for sale, 2 bedroom. Easy cancy in Gulf County ( ort St nights, 8:00 pan. American Leoun
price $8500.00. FHA financing. -- terms. Closing cost only. Also du-' Joe for Rawleigh dealer, ill time Home.
Two bedroom house on Long FOR RENT: Apartment. Bedroom, plex for sale on 10th Street. Pur- preferred. Will consider ,bitious ._
Avenue. $200 down. Total price, living room, dining room. Phone chaser may assume mortgage. Easy, part-timer. Many now ing $3 R.A.M.-Regular convocation o
$6,000.00. FHA financing. 227-8305 or write p. o. box 386. tf terms. Call Cecil G. Costin, Jr. per hour and up. Writewleigh, Joseph Chapter No. ,
Three bedroom masonry house FA 1 100-1170,- ?.- ,,,..-.en. 6p is and ord Mondays. All D siti,
with 1PA baths, large walk-in clos- FOR RENT: 10th St., 5 room house, FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished I --- companions welcome.
et. Buy owner's equity and assume: unfurnished, $35 mo. 10th St., 2 upstairs apartment. Redecorated. SCHOOL DAYS mean ed ex- JOE EVANS.. !..,h Priest
existing VA mortgage. bedroom house furnished. $35 mo. Call Mrs. H. Brinson, Phone 229- pense. Turn your spareOUrs in- JOHN C. Dh'KE Secretary
FRANK HANNON 'Long Ave., 5 room unfurnished 4171. ltp to pro fitableit ones show. D Av FOR SALE: Office machine ribbons
Registered Real Estate Brokeri house, $40 mo. See Mrs. Nora Du-Iproducts.WriteMrs. Mar- FOR SALE: Office machine ribbons
:rRegistered Real e n, Phone 227-5471 or phone 229- ROOM FOR RENT: Call John W. tin, Avon Manager, P. O, ox 3345 for all popular' r,.,-hi1.s $1.00
Phone 227-3491 211 Reid Ave. 2941. 2c-1-16 Brown. Phone 227-8541. tfc-7-16 M.S.S., Tallahassee' or ca85-1818- iThe Star. Phone 227 3161


Rotary Gives Baseball Team Trophies At Dinner Meeting


LEAGUE CHAMPIONS-The Port St. Joe Rotary Second row, lef
Club honored its Little Boys Baseball Team last ers, Steve Adar
Thursday at their regular dinner meeting. The Kenny Merritt
team members were presented with miniature Clint Moore, S
trophies by the Rotarians. Pictured above are,
back row, Foy Adams and Lamar Moore, team ton, Steve Atc
managers, J. Lamar Miller, Rotary representative. Simmons.



County Agent Tells



Rotary Duties of Agent

County Agent, Cubic Laird ad- -
dressed the Rotary Club last Thurs- Beach Students Register
day at noon on the duties of the At Highland View
Aont Agent.


County Agent.
The job of the agent is to pro-
mote and encourage efficiency in
agriculture marketing, distribution,
conservation, management and ru-
ral family living and youth develop-


Registration for students who
reside in Highland View, St. Joe
Beach, Beacon Hill or Mexico
Beach. who will enter school in
the first grade or who have trans-


ft to right: Petie White, Petie Pet-
ims, Randy Smith, Jimmy Merritt,
. Front row, Steve Hattaway,
teve Freeman, Laverne Canning-


SCHOIL'S heck Your Earnings
EN For Full Returns
1El How much would your ih wilt
6MB ~'receive from Social Security .
''.--- ./ you should die or h. ,mn. (ril-led
(/" "h during this year? Will the iri.'iitll
they receive be based on 03 l'.
*rect total earnings? C<.' you .tn-
'%1- swer these questions? '
SJoh1n V. Carey, r."ii. M1w.1,
Vaeallv of the I',:ii,,(, "-i.'1 i.., s
ial Security 'it" Ic. said the .r' *.
The Peninsula Motoirlub (AAA) many people give to the,c quest-
today announced the owning of its ions is. "I don't kno'.'," i* also
annual crusade askir motorists said studies show most of us I is ,v
to be on the alert :r children' exactly what our in... .'i ... il
traveling to and from ;hool. cies protect us against, .-cl!'
The club was joine, locally in what we would be paid if we lost
the "crusade" by Sheff Byrd E. an eye, an arm or even our life.
Parker of Gulf Countyand Police However. most of us take our
Chief H. W. Griffen F Port St. Social Security for granted.
Joe, Carey said each worker should
New, colorful post bearing make certain that ev-. Al
the important message "School's earns goes on his Soc I1 i :'- it..
Open Drive Carefully'are being record before death, .i-9l-,i.il" i
displayed throughout thicommuni- retirement occurs. 1-- :i.;s,: ,
ty. The local "School's pen" pro- every worker to keep his ,.. I
gram is part of the natiovide cam- Security card handy a:n,i ,T
paign by the Americat Automo- to his employer when he -
bile Association clubs, work. Many worker-s try .' ,,
A. Ridgely Jones, geiral man- their number to th.-;-r nn,,,Ic.v,
ager of the Peninsula Mtor Club, from memory. ,.. \ i.,;1 this is
said: "Motorist must beE in mind not a good practice and increases,
11-at 4nusn,-o_-7- er'd n th-hnc.fth0ube en


ncison, ialvin oU,,nnUi ,Un an Ji., that thousands of kindergrden and
(-X photo) first-grade children are Prt of the
traffic stream for the fit time.
Baking Contest Feature "Many of these children will be
Ofabor Day Program walking along streets ad high-
ways where no si tevalk- ire avail-
Of special interest to all good able. This is partietflarl! true in
cooks of the area is the planning our suburban areas. The Id, rural
of a baking contest to be included safety rule _Walk onef Fac-
ing Traffic __ should bcstressed
in the Gulf County Labor Day Cele- with children in these arts."
bration for September 7. The AAA urges parent to walk
Classifications to be covered in with their children wh( are at-
the contest are: cakes, layer cake tending school for the fir time to
and pound cake: pies, cream or help these children selecthe saf-
fruit pics: and cookies of any kind. est route to school.
Baked goods will be judged on Motorists must remen'er that
appearance, texture, flavor and regardless of the precautiqs taken
taste. Prepared cake mixes or by others __ they, as opators of
crusts (including graham cracker vehicles in traffic, are ne'r freed
crusts) will be ruled out. of responsibility.
Tn Tl voi -tr bpflli,. f ho IV _


ment. erred from another county or out o pia ce your en. re uore ne
e The Agent's office has available' of state are encouraged to register September 1 deadline, call Mrs.
'3. the resources of the U. S. Depart- for the 1964-65 school term at Edwin Ramsey, Mrs. William F.
ment of Agriculture and the Agri- Highland View Elementary School. Wager or Mrs. Harold Canning.
culture Department of the Univer- Registration will be held from Baked goods will be on display
* sity of Florida for solving farm 9:00 a.m., to 3:00 p.m. Monday in the old Buzzett's Drug Store
problems. 1;h..-i:h Friday in the principal's building on September 7.
In Gulf County the main job of office, August 20 thi il August --
the County Agent is working with 28. Papers Filed in Court
pine tree farmers. One of the ma- Against MR&R Company
jor projects presently underway in Washington High Papers wre fd in ulf Cou
this area is ( %i,, ,.i,.iiti with i; "Papers were filed in Gulf Cou'c-
this area is CruCo irtlattwe with
methods to grow pines on flat, wet, Seeks Registrations ty Circuit Court last week by Ar-
grassy "savannah" lands that are thur Franklin Griffin of Port St.;
so plentiful in Gulf County. All students enrolling in the Joe against MR&R Trucking Coin-
Another major item of County first grade for the 1964-65 school pany, asking for damages result-
Agent work is work with the tupe- ear are asked to register Thurs- ing from an accident involving the
lo honey growers and growers of day and Friday, August 27-2,1. be- two parties.
fruits, minutes catle, feeds, truck tween 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon at Griffin was reportedly struck and
farm and ornamental plant pro- the Washington lligh School. injured by an 1II&IR truck driven
ducers. Parents are requested lo bring by Clarence W. Dukes on May 21.
Wilmhner Stouter was inducted as birth eertiPeates or records from The filed paper asks for dam-
a now member of the club Thur-- the health clinic indicating child's ages for Griffin "in the excess of
day. bi-thd.ate. All students r i .11. $50,000" for 1.1. and puni-
Guests included A. 0. English. in the first grade must be six years tive damages".
Mineola, Texas. John Lewis of: of age or should become six years.' Attorneys William J. Rish of
Panama City. Bill Thomas of Po) t old by January 1. 1965. Port St. Joe and the firm of Logue
Arthur, Texas, Bill Belts of Romen, Other students will register Mon- and Bennett of Panama City, are
Ga., and Bob Young. John Drew day. August 31, beginning at 8:00 represenling Griffin in the com-
and Elliott Barron of Jacksonville. a.m. plaint.


CLASSIFIED AS
GET R.'IlLt


the chance of the number being
reported wrong.
"What if my earnings are not
on my record?", is a question fie
quently asked. Carey said, 'VYou
or your family Iii im likely V LI
a smaller Social Security -hlit.k
when retirement time comes a-
round or when you die or become.
disabled." He advised each work-
er to check his work record every
three years. A free postcard from
for that purpose is available at
the Social Security Office.
Carey says to remember that the
amount of the Social Security
check you receive will depend .nri
how much of your. earnings aire
correctly shown on your own earn-
ings record. He urged Workers not.
to take a chance on the earnings:
record being wrong. "If you have
not checked with us in the last
four years to see if your own earn-
ings are being c, ... l. ..,- tI.
by your employes, do so .a! O: .-
he said.


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Pre-School Begiier Intermediate Advanced

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