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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: September 10, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

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


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT 4


WENTY-SEVENTH YEAR


- after More Than 42 Yearsi, Paper industry.


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'Retirement! Kiwanis To Sponsor

frhTnnlo ovnnsnC


C, F. Gautreaux, 1iEVVl Iw wllVI-.w.
(pictured left) iA pre-
sented his first re- Rev. Dave Neese led a discussion
tirement chetk by T. at the Kiwanis Club meeting Tues.
-S. Coldewey, vice- day noon in reference to a recent
'Apresident, operations, edict to Gulf County Schools to re-
f the S. Joe Paper frain from daily devotionals in

Mr. Gautreaux re-. I class, Rev. Neese offered the opinM
tired an September 1c ion and led discussion on the idea
after' having been em- d of some civic club or clubs conduct-
ploa/el for more than ing devotionals at the high school
26 years in the Pulp on a voluntary basis.
Mill-of St. Joe Paper Neese asked for a close vigilance
Company. Gautreaux on what effect this ruling by the
began his career in Supreme Court would have on the
the paper industry school practice of allowing church-
more than 42 ye~rs es to meet in school buildings and
ago in Braithwaite, if the Baccalaureate service will be
Louisiana, w b rkig eliminated as a religious service
tfor E-Z Opener Bag from the school program.
, Company. He later Kiwanis president Bob Freeman
transferred to the apopinted a committee with Neese
Tuscaloosa, Ala., mill ,.' serving as chairman to investigate
of the Gulf States ... the means and possibilities of the
Paper Company be- club sponsoring devotions at the
fore coming to Port school.
St. Joe in January of -
1938. Prior to the GARDEN CLUB WILL
mill start-up on March 17, 1938, Gautreaux and Coldewey, f&l- ticularly proud of his record of MEET TODAY AT 2:00 P.M.
Mr. Gautreaux helped complete low employees in the early days more than 26V2 years of accident-
construction of the mill and con- of millI opration, hail much ~to free service while employed as a The Port St. Joe Garden Clut
duct operational check-outs of -talk about upon Gautreaux's re- Digester Cook at St. Joe Paper will meet today at 2:00 p.m. in the
the equipment. tirement. Mr. Gautreaux is par- Company. (SJPC Photo) home of Mrs. J. C. Arbogast.




Labor Day Program Success


Gulf County's first big Labor
Day Celebration, held Monday in
Port St. Joe was labeled a big suc-
cess by everyone attending :and
those working on committees to
put on the program.
Sponsored jointly by manage-
ment, labor and civic organizations,
the program entertained and ,fed
over 4,000 people in Port St. Joe
during the day.
The gala day began at 9:15 in
the morning with a parade uptown
in Port St. Joe led by the local
'% {igh School Band and featuring
ca -r.es anJ other celebrants
/ ; kicking off the celebra-

-.of the highlights of the day
was he beauty contest, choosing
"Little Miss Labor Day" and "Miss
Labor Day", held in the City Park.
The day was spent in gopher
races, golf driving contests, horse-
shoe pitching, greased pole climb-
ing, boat races, horse show, base-
ball game, track events and many
other contests of amusement and
skill.
All events drew large crowds of
spectators and participants.
At the big free fish fry dinner
held at the Centennial Building,
over 4,000 people, or half the pop-
ulation of Gulf County, were fed
Gulf County mullet, hush puppies,
and the trimmings. The dinner
somehow was left off the program
copy turned in to The Star last
week, and The Star didn't notice
the deletion when setting it up into
type. Also deleted was the name
of the dinner chairman-Gordon
Farris.

.Winners Named In
UL-Tor P Races
Boat races were one of the events
of the Labor Day Celebration Mon-
Ajday that drew many entries and a
-large audience.
Project chairman, Joe Parrott,
has listed the following winners in
the races, which featured two races
by run-abouts.
First race: A. E. "Possum" Lynn,
first place; Fred Chason, second
place and Jake Nichols, third


Pictured to the
right is a portion 'of
*the large crowd of
over 4,000 Gulf Coun-
ty citizens and visi-
tors who were fed
at the Labor Day Cel-
ebration dinner on
Monday.
The feed was hold
at the Centennial
Building with Gor-
don Farris in charge
of preparations.


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Miss Kathy Garrett Wins Title In "Miss I

Little Jolyn Parrott Takes First Place CuF
Miss Kathy Garrett, 17, was selected "Little Miss Labor Day"
crowned "Miss Labor Day" of 1964 of 1964 during the ceremonies at.
h. ti- 1 d..... hi. l,1;, d, th the City Park at 9:30 a.m. Jolyn is


t at et Unance wllm ci cl1maxea Lne
Labor Day Celebration held in
Port St. Joe Monday. Kathy is the
canghter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C.
Garrett, who lives at 1001 McClel-
lan Avenue. She attends Port St.
Joe High School, where she is a
senior. Kathy was presented the
traditional winner's bouquet, a
trophy and a $50.00 Savings Bond.
First runner up was Miss Brenda
Ward, 20, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Silas R. Stone of Port St. Joe,
and was sponsored by the George
G. Tapper Company. Brenda receiv-
ed a trophy and a $25.00 Savings
Bond.
Second runner up was Miss June
McKenzie, 17, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John McKenzie of Oak Grove,
and was sponsored by the Mainten-
ance Department of St. Joe Paper
Company. June received a trophy.
Included in the semi-finalists
were Miss Sandra Lee, 17, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lee of High-


place.an is1o b--r
Second race: Ronnie Young, first land View, sponsored by the Flor-
ida National Bank and Miss Patsy


place; Troy McMillian, second place
and W. C. Robinson, third.

Chairman Thanks
Merchants for Prizes
Walter C. Robinson, chairman,
special Events, No. 2, of the Labor
Jay Celebration, offers his com-
mittee's thanks for help in suc-
cessfully carrying out a program of
. activities for the day, Monday.
Robinson says his committee is
offering special thanks, to the in-
dustries and Port St. Joe mer-
chants who donated prizes for the
various contests.
Special thanks was offered by
Robinson's committee for the do-
nation of the grand prize, a color
television set, which was won by
Mrs, Freida Jacobs


Patterson, 18, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James E. Patterson of High-
land View, sponsored by Carp's De-
partment Store.
The first elimination was held in
the City Park at 10:30 a.m., when
the judges and the spectators were
overwhelmed by the array of youth-
ful pulchritude and vivaciousness
displayed by the 18 contestants.
For this phase, the contestants
wore bathing suits and were judg-
ed on poise, personality and beau-
ty, and were graded on points cov-
ering the following: carriage, walk,
composure, dignity, smile, voice,
disposition, grooming, hair, eyes
and figure. At the dance for the
second and third eliminations, the
contestants wore evening dresses.
"LITTLE MISS CONTEST"
Little Miss Jolyn Parrot, 6, was


Labor Day" Contest;

In Junior Edition
and the judges must have had a
difficult time in selecting a winner
from among the 41 lovely little la-
dies entered in this contest.
Master of Ceremonies was David
Carl Gaskin of Wewahitchka.
The judges for both events were
Mrs. Phyllis Knowles and Clyde N.
King of Eastpoint, Hume Coleman
of Jacksonville and Mrs. Clyde N.
King of Eastpoint as alternate.
Miss Minerva McLane served as
chairman of the Women's Division
and had as her vice chairman, Mrs.
Dottie White. Mrs. Harold Odom,
Mrs. David C. Gaskin and Miss Cla-
ra Pate served as co-chairmen of
the two beauty contests. Ribbon
committee members were Mrs. Bob
Vervaeke and Mrs. Bob Fox. The
judges committee was headed by
Mrs. R. H. McIntosh. Platform and
decorations were designed and built
by Harold Odom, Al Smith and
Willoughby Petty.


the lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph R. Parrott, who live at 1913
Cypress Avenue, Port St. Joe, and
was sponsored by the St. Joe Steve-
doring Company. She was present-
ed a nosegay of red roses, a trophy,
and a $25.00 Savings Bond.
First runner up was little Miss
Karen Michelle Gosnell, 5, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Gos-
nell, 106 21st Street, Port St. Joe,
sponsored by Ferrell Building Sup-
ply Company. Karen Michelle was
presented a trophy.
Second runner up was little Miss
Terri Lynn McCormick, 4, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. McCor-
mick, 907 10th Street, Port St. Joe,
and sponsored by Campbell's Drug
Store. Terri Lynn was presented a
trophy.
The little Misses were judged
on poise, personality and beauty,


City Taxes Cut By


One Mill to


Bible reading and prayer can
only be indulged by students in
Gulf County schools on their
own time such as recess or before
or after school.


Pictured to the
right are the winner
and runners-up of the
"Little Miss Labor
Day" beauty contest
held Monday morn-
ing at the City Park.
Picked from some
34 contestants were
Karen Michelle Gos-
nell, first runnerup,
(left), Jolyn Parrott,
who won the first
place title (center)
and Terri Lynn Mc-
Cormick, second run-
nerup.


Truck Load of Meat Overturns


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A trailer truck loaded with beef for area stores, over-
turned on Highway 71 about one mile East of Port St. Joe
Saturday evening at 6:30 p.m. The truck was bound
for Port St. Joe's Jitney Jungle Super Market from Du-
buque, Iowa, when the accident occurred. According to
Highway Patrolman Ken Murphy, the driver let his wheels
get off the road in a long curve and lost control in the
sandy shoulder. (* photo)



Hannon, Coldewey


Smith Re-elected


Port St. Joe taxpayers will get
a relief during the next fiscal mill
as the City Commission, in their
tentative budget, have lopped a
full mill from the tax rate for the
coming year. Last year's tax rate of
13.2 mills has been tentatively cut
to 12.2 mills. This will bring in
$122,025.23 in ad valorem taxes as
compared with $133,072.41 collect-
ed last year.
Even though taxes have been re
duced by a mill from last year, ex-
penditures have taken a $3,000 in-
ciease overall. This increase and
decrease in receipts has been off-
set by a $17,000 cash balance carry-
over from the present budget.
Anticipated Income
For income, the City expects to
receive $237,875.23 in the city trea-
sury during the next year from its
various sources of income. Other
than ad valorem receipts, anticipate
ed revenues will come from the fol-
lowing sources: Licenses, $12,000;
Fines, Forfeitures, $2,000; Admis-
sion taxes, $1,000; Permits, $200;
Garbage Service, $16,000; Miscel-
laneous, $1,000; Franchise, $6,000;
Parking Meters, $3,600; Cemetery
lot sales, $750; Cigarette tax, $40,-
000; Utility taxes, $20,000; Road
and Bridge receipts, $10,000; Race
Track funds, $2,000; St. Joseph
Fire Control District, $800; and
Dog Tax, $500.
Expenditures
Several items in the expenditure
side of the city budget took an in-
crease. Most of this increase is re-
flected by provision for a 5% in-
crease in salary for city employees.
Other increases in expense are re,
flected in the street department,
water department, garbage depart-
ment and police department by an
increase in the depreciation sche-
dule for equipment and tools. Oth-
er than these increases, the largest
hike is in the police department
budget-increased by $4,000 to al-
low for salary increases and the hir-
ing of an additional patrolman.
Savings are reflected in the ex-
penditures column also. These sav-
ings are brought about by the pay-
off of a bond issue last year,, sav-
ing $9,000. Another saving was af-
fected in the water department of
$10,600. This saving was due to a
lack of need for capital outlay. The
City spent some $10,000 last year
on renovations and replacements
at the water treatment plant and
the water tanks that will not be
needed this year.
The proposed budget is advertis-
ed in this issue of The Star and
will come up for final adoption at
the Commission meeting Tuesday
night.

State Office Says "No
Bible Reading" In Schools
Port St.. Joe schools received
word last week from the Florida
State office of Public Instruc-
tion that prayer and Bible read-
ing would no longer be a requir-
ed practice in Florida public
schools, and, indeed all activities
of this type were to be suspend-
ed.


ginning their second full term in
their respective offices and Smith
is beginning his third term in of-
fice.
A total of \t write-in votes were
cast in the various offices.
Voting started very light Tues-
day morning with only 55 votes
cast at noon. The remainder of
the votes came, for the biggest
majority, after 4:00 p.m.
Mayor-Commissioner Hannon,
Commissioner Coldewey a n d
Commissioner Smith will be
sworn in for their new term in
office at the first official meet-
ing in October, which will be on
October 6.


Mobile X-Ray Schedule


For the Coming Week


Brown Says Sharks
To Score More In '64


The schedule for this week of
the free mobile X-ray unit is listed
below for the citizens of Gulf Coun-


Coach Bobby Brown and assist. The unit, which is operated by
ant coach Andy Portera gave e t eing sponsored lolly by th and is
being sponsored locally by the Gulf
program to the Rotary Club last County Health Department and the
Thursday, telling the Rotarians of Gulf County TB and Health iAis.o-
prospects for the football team dur. nation, will be operating in Gulf
ing the coming season. County ii, ...i-. September 19 of
The coaches introduced the team next week.
captain, Jimmy Goodman and co. The program is free. There is no
captain, David Dickey, to the club. u n d r e ssing or embarrassment .
The coaches predicted that the There is no pain and there is no
Sharks would move the ball much O1lay. It takes only a few seconds
better this year than they did last, to X-ray your chest which will de-
and would more than likely score tect tuberculosis, lung cancer or
more. This last Aem, of course, is enlarged heart in early stages when
governed somewhat by the ability treatment can be applied and pos-
of the opponent's team. Brown said sibly save your life.
that the Shark's biggest shortcom- The X-ray program is for all Gulf
ing is speed, but some of this they County citizens age 18 and older.
make up in power. The schedule for the coming
Coach Brown said both the line week is as follows:
and backfield will show some big Thursday, September 10, 1:00 to
boys this year. 4:00 p.m., Near Duren's Super Mar-
The need of the team, according ket in Port St. Joe.
to Brown, for years to come, is for Friday and Saturday, September
more ninth and tenth grade boys 11 and 12 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00
to come out for the varsity squad. p.m. and 2:00 to 6:00 p.m., in front
He declared that varsity training in of Smith's Pharmacy in Port St.
these early years is mandatory to Joe.
build a good team. Tuesday, September 15, 1:00 to
Guests of the club were Gene 4:00 p.m., (CST) near Stafford's
Austin of Apalachicola and Herb Grocery in White City.
Gratz of Avon Park. Tuesday, September 15, 5:00 to
8:00 p.m. near Leonard's Grocery


Dinner Guests of Mrs. Daniell
Mrs. J. F, Daniell had as her
dinner guests Monday, her sons and
daughters and their families. Those
attending were Mr. and Mrs. Al
Kaplin, Jacksonville, Mrs. T. L.
Bruce, Kingsley, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Shirah, Tyndall AFB, Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Dare and Mr. and Mrs.
Emmett Daniell of Port St. Joe.


in wewahitchka.
Wednesday, September 16, 10:CO
a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 to 5:00
p.m., near Wewahitchka State
Bank in Wewahitchka.
Thursday, September 17, 6:00 to
9:00 a.m. and 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.,
First Aid Building, St. Joe Paper
Company.

SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR


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


-...--N B 52nM Ann TA InZ


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NUMBER 52


About 15 percent of Port St.
Joe's registered voters turned
out at the polls Tuesday to cast
their votes for Mayor and two
City Commissioners. I
Seeking re-election, unopposed,
were Mayor-Commissioner Frank
Hannon and Commissioners Tom S.
Coldewey and John Robert Smith.
A total of 268 votes were cast in
the uncontested election.
Hannon won a two-year term in
office with 268 votes. Coldewey re-
ceived 261 ballots in his favor re-
turning him to his office and Com-
missioner John Robert Smith poll-
ed 254 votes for re-election.
Hannon and Coldewey are be-


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PROPOSEDOONSTMIIONAL AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON NOVEMBER 3,1964 f Ko rw THE STARPot Wh. 6 Fr s*- -oS. sPTMB 10164
NOTICE.OF SPECIAL ELECTION more than three (3) years from the date requirements of this Constitutidn except to L C Of Know ledge W white City FI TAR rt S Je a THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1964
WHEREAS, the Legislature of 1963 un- of issuance thereof and ending not later the legislature so to do would be imprac-
der"the Constitution of1885-of-the St".e of than thirty (30) years from the date of is- ticable or would admit of undue delay. A ll ar" M eets
lrie ens Jt Ro" u t on--s oing suance. ,orJanuary 1, 2000, A d i ic H SE JOINT I .0 8an CNOSt YOU Auxiliary M eets the members that she still has Mar- j0e W l
amendment o -theConsit-ution of the is earlier. All such motor vehicle tax an- HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 869 C n C s o
State of Florid and they were agreed to ticipation certificates shall bear interest at A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend- ion-Kay Products to be sold. Those JWey To
ya voteof ree-fifthsofthe members not eceeding four and one-half (41/2) per meant toArticle IV, Section 26 of the e White City Volunteer Fire
Sc lad ch hu se. Tho votes of said centum per annum and shall mature prior Constitution of Florida relating to thie "A little knowledge is always a Department Ladies Auxiliary met edng any of these articles are IStrUCt Freshmen
joint e s...... swr... e ntered uponth to January 1, 2000, A.D. The state board duties of the commissioner of agricul-
their -eo tionselieminating h"is... ..v t. 0.00 am.Wdiesdayiliath met invited to call any member of the Instut-Fr....eWil-
rpectie Jouna T s with the yeas and nays shall have power to determine all other de. ure; eliminating his supervision over mat- dangerous thing. When it comes to at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, with Mrs nvted to call any member of the
tereo, and ,tey dd dtermine and direct talls of said bonds or motor vehicle tax ters pertaining to public lands. R.L. S iha otss raiain.C A LSO ,S..-aOWl
an ad eoindidRe sluonse subm t anticipation certificates andto sell at pub BE-E IT RESOLVED by tile Legislature of Social Security, it can also be very R L Smith as hostess. organization. CHARLESTON, S. C.-Cadet Wil-
dtGoer selt ion o oFlo ae ftepubliadvertint Stte fole ndment to Article costly," said John V. Carey, District The meeting was opened by the Three new members and two for- liam J. Whaley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
ate tthe G enrl]lectinors No v t emStae o lridali34,chsange saidepbo icndsrmtrvertilemetax or Thetat te followingaedmettaril:osl, adJh V aeDsrc
Now, THEREFORE1, I TOM ADAMS ticipation certificates, upon such terms and IV, Section 26 of the Florida Constitution members repeating the Lord's W. E. Whaley, 1410 Long Avenue
Secretar of State of the State of Florida conditions as the state board shall provide is agreed to and shall be submitted to the Manager of the Panama City Social Prayer. Our president, Mrs. James r bers Were welcomed into e, ng venue,
do hereby give notice tht a The satte board shall also have power electors of the state for ratification or re- rayer. Our president, Mrs. James Port St o wa l
do hereby lENE L ELECTION to pledge for the payment of the principal section at the general election held in No- Security office. He explained that Horton was absent and Mrs. R. L. theAuxiliary. r o e was selected last
the first Tuesday after thefirst Mondayin hicle tax anticipationcertificates, including Section26. Commissioner of agriculture, many people pick up just enough Smith, vice-president, was in The meeting was closed with a spring toservein year's Train-
o~en r h "e x~oveber 31964refunding bonds or refunding motor vehicle duties, etc--The commissioner of agrical- .__ .. ryrb r.EgrWlim. igCdea h oae.TeCd
ove er, which date is November 3, 1964, a ip h n cs n information to cause trouble. In charge of the meeting. prayer by Mrs. Edgar Williams. ing Cadre at The Cotadel. The Cad'
fo t e raiie '. .ato or r j c i n f t esai s d .; tax anticipation certificates, al or any part ture sh all 'perform such duties in relation u r a o n 0 c us r u e I n h rg of t e m ti .
,eRl ti"ons pos g a dromotheantpated revenues obe idedri oeagrculture as may bee prescribed bylw. many cases it causes them to lose The secretary treasurer, Mrs. The next meeting will be on Sep- re is composed of specially quali-
the C onst itu tio n s of t e State of F lo rid a, v iz : i from the licen sin g of m otor veh icles p rovid ed H e sh all also h ave su p ervision of th e state e.. .o ed" a s r g ht m r 1 8 w h s R b t L S f ed c e s ,o tls ni s w o
the Constitution of he State of loda, v for in this amendment and to enter into any prison, and shall perform such other duties money. Raymond Hightower brought to ember 18 with Mrs. Robert L. Ste- fied cadets, mostly seniors who
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION oves a nsu o s a ogreemonts o ithve thl e as may be prescribed by law. Carey pointed out that some peo- the attention of the members that bel as hostess. hold important positions within the
A JOINT RESOLUTION (6ROPOSING AN anticipation certificates at the time of the SE.NATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1083 ple think they need birth certifi- plans should be made for painting so our was jy by the Corps of Cadets, who are requested
AMJONTDRESTOLUATIONLPROPOINOGTH isuN cemteSEcNemg e A TEJOINT RESOLUTION p-psigplans, sho...uld .. ... ..belOimadeemer peenforstortunaoihemtiaricllg
w riiON OF THE ATE OF FLOR- there and the rights of the hoers ereo am endment to Article XVIot C of tonsti- cates to draw Social Security. Oth- the inside of the community build- following 11 members present: Mrs. to return to the military college
IDAo PEROVIDIN G FOR APPORTI ONMENT uatofwhichlcoenats and agreements sa el tution ofFlorida by adding a sectionto ers think Social Security checks ing. The ways and means chairman, Harold Chafln, Mrs. Mundie Har- early in the fall to train incoming-
OF THE FLO uRIDA LEGISLA URE; PRO constitute legally bndinng and irrevocable be numbered by the secretary of state i .. .. u .'h a s a o m a s c arm an, "" i c m n
........ F .................. ........Econ- cswt sc olesadsalb ". .. .csMrs. Bill Harper, Mrs. Ray- freshmen.
VIDING FOR SUBMISSION TO T i ELEC- contracts s with such holders and shall be authorizing civil trials in branch court- are figured on the last five years Mrs. Walter C. Robinson, reminded cus' rs. B pr, Mrs. Ray- freshmen.
RS.. esuly enforceab hy suchhsloersi any houses in Dade County. mon ghtower, Mrs. Melvin 1U- Members of the Cadre reported,
Be It Resolved By The Legislature of the court of competent jurisdictioole.- i anti BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of of work before retiring. Still'others mound Hightower, Mrs. Melvin Lind- Members of the Cadre reported
State of Florida. No such bonds or motor vehicle tax anti- the State of Florida: say they can't draw Social Security things folks don't understand about sey, Mrs. Carson Mashburn, Mrs. to The Citadel September 1 and
Thatttefolwig amendment of Article cipa io ctiicaresnhal vereea issu theThatana enm t to Article XVI of they 'ake over $1200 Sers Social Security," Carey said. He W. C. Robinson, Mrs. Robert L. are now undergoing intensified in-
VI1 of the Constitution of Florida is agreedoby the state board until after the adoption the Florida Constitution by adding the 11- tey make over $1200. "There'sSoilSeu tY"Crysd. e W. .RbnoMs. oetL. ae ow negigitnifdi-
of a resolution requesting the isuancesecto e ot eo ob ubrdb
to and shall be submitted to the electors of here rof tuhocoun do ic.j section set forth below to be numbered by USt enough tru in these things suggested tat the way to get the Smith, Mrs. Robert L. Steel, Mrs. struction in preparation for the ar-
this state for ratification or rejection, ats e secretary of state is agreed to, and suggested thatlthe way to get the Smith Mrs ert L. Steel, Mrs. struction in preparation for the ar-
ti general election of 1964. at h oi tio ae ^ to b suedis The ste tt h aid amendment shall be submited to to cause trouble," Carey said. He facts is to call or visit the Social Claude Weston, Mrs. Edgar Wil- rival of new freshmen on Sept. 8.
APPORTIONMENT AND C LE VII board of education shall limit the amount electorso t Fleria e or ratificabe o explained that a birth certificate Security office at 1135 Harrison liams. Visitors were: Misses Sha- Other cadets will report Sept. 15,
section 1. COMPOSITIoN S THE LEG osuc nd s or motor vehie tax antici- in e eri 19 64 .trials in branch t required to draw Social Se- Avenue The telephoneRobinson, Cherry Stebel, registration will be on Sept. 16
"ISLA"I ...- e. leisltueo f .. .t he Statepation certificates which can be issued on SECTIN -Civil trials in "branch 7r63rdtodawScilS 53.Hre an MstrD rl h a.adcass will begin" Sept. 17,.
ofFl ord' shla~ll cons~isof a senate and behalf of any countyamtounevety-fivet per courthouses in Dade'county.-Civil triths purity, but there must be some re- Harper and Master Darrel Shirah. and classes will begin Sept. 17.
a h ou se of repr esen tatives. M em b ers o f th e -- e.. .m ay b e h eld a s p rovid ed b y law in 1 5ran ch r 7.. .- -. .. .. . .
senate shall be elected for a term of four termites an be serviced by the revenue ac- courthouses in any municipality within Dae cord of the person's age. The last
(4) years and members of the house shall cr.. to the county u r prv.t s county. The clerk of any court, te sheri Da v -
)el ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o tear y ebosoo )os h il s somendmeontandsuchdertteprmiaincunty. Thethlerk of rany court,wiheisheriff, five years of work under Social Se-
Le elected tfor a term of two (2) years. The o a me aria.SUCh oe and any other court officer, within said --- ,ear O Tork under Soclal Se-
term of members of the legislaturesall s l l. beeiconclus ve.An ll nhb n county,shallmaintain such offices Nvthin CUrity are considered in figuring
motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates$uc u----itan aveaalal sc
expire on the first Tuesday after the firtshall.... .sud in"the name of the s uc tiaaitadhv aalbescht -. ....
.to9nuay m November in each regular elec- shal b e issued i the name of .the stateofficial books and records therein, as may the check, but they may or may not
S ebers of the senate and house bard of ed ucat but a b issue d for be necessary to accomplish the purposes of be used. The monthly payment is.
O,6fl Y alr 9-'-b ves -h be elected as od and obehal of the county board of pub- ti amendment, provided that the princi- .....
ed o by law. Any new"". aon h tbl c th m asp v lid innsructiOn requesting the issuance uhere" pil offices of such clerks or other officers, based on an average of a number
^ y ~ p ne^ OO~mthat may be ofadn selection pproval ^^ of^ AV ^ qualified^ S6ofB ume
created shall be entitled vo O e ( m e re e ec o s or f sh all riot l feM QY d fl om the county seat,
dtl o edetat e m electors or freeholders shall be required for N (n .n of years, after dropping out five
of any limit prescribed in the following o-.O HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. h59 of the lowest years.
sections of this article until the next re- NO. 4 A JOINT RESOLUTION relating to the in- A
apportiqument and the county shall be as, (OMI iTTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR IQOUSE. dicil department; proposing an amend- And, contrary to popular belief, AN L C T I A E RU C I
died "hen created to a senatorial dis- JOINT RESOLUTION NO, 323 mient to subsection (1), Section 6, of(.........
rict as determined by the leg 4 ttir,. -. -JOiNT RESOLUT OC prpolinalli al imend- article Y of the Florida OCiistitution]a, h- W psOSSilble to make well over
section 2. BaiATh. AArURTiuR MNT*M-- ment to Artice XII, Section 5 of the State creasing the number 0 1"0 f il eal curcuits; $1200 in a year and still get some
The legislature shall divide the State into Constitution; authorizing Principal of preserving ertaiin l judgeships. Ths o l le u n i ria
forty-two (42) senatorial districts with State School funds to be expended for BE IT TESOLVNib by the Legiglature of Social Security checks.
only one (1) senator elected in each dis- Capital Outlay on behalf of State Insti- the State of Florida: "Thse are t a f*w of tho l l o m m ri
.rmi; except there shall be two (2) sena- tutions of Higher Learning, including That the following amendment of sub- Sheea e just few of the
.ors elected from the most populous county, Junior Colleges, and Capital Outlay for section (1), SECTION 6, of article V of the al i dt1 .m1-- ---
the additional senator being assigned the Public Schools. Constitution of Florida is agreed to and ing districts thereof with' regard to said n pm p
number forty-three (43). The forty-two (42) BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of shall be submitted to the electors of this bonds, (except that the power to levy ad anm ll in usl u s o ewp
districts shall be apportioned among the the State of Florida: state for ratification or rejection at the valorem taxes is expressly withheld from
several counties of the state so as to pro- That article XII, section 5 of the Florida general election to be held in November, said Board), and shall take over all papers, I
vide equitable representation based upon Constitution be amended as set forth below 1964. documents and records concerning the same.
similar economic interests, geographic area and that said amendment be submitted to SECTION 6. Circuit Courts.- Said Board shall have the power from time s h l s an chuI
and population. Every district shall consist the electors of Florida for ratification or (1) JUDICIAL CIRCUITS. The legisla- to time to issue refunding bonds to mature
it contiguous counties, and no county may rejection at the general election ot be bEld ture may establish not more than twenty within the said seventy-five year (75) per-
le divided in creating a senatorial district in November, 1964: (20) judicial circuits, each composed of iod, for any of said outstanding bonds or -
except Dade County.c Section 5. PRINCIPAL OF STATE a county or contiguous counties and of not interest thereon, and to secure them by a l
Section S. REPRESENTATION IN THE SCHOOL FUND TO REMAIN INVIOLATE less than fifty thousand (50,000) inhabi- pledge of anticipated receipts from such
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.-Represen- EXCEPTION._The principal of the state tants, according to the last census author- gasoline or other fuel taxes to be distribut-
uation in the house of representatives shall school fund shall remain sacred and invio- ized by law, except that the county of Mon- ed to such county as herein provided, but
.onsist of one hundred twelve (112) rep- late except only that the principal of such roe shall constitute one of the circuits; pro- not at a greater rate of interest than s,.id
resentatives which shall be apportioned fund may be expended for capital outlay vided, however, there shall be no reduction bonds now bear; and to issue sell or ex-
namong the counties by the method of equal I on behalf of state institutions of higher in the number of circuit judges residing in change on behalf of any county or unit for
proportions; that is, each county shall have learning, including j nior colleges, and any county formerly a part of a judicial the sole purpose of retiring' said bonls
one representative and the remaining rep- capital outlay for public schools, circuit, which circuit is hereafter created, issued by such county, or special road and
,esentauives shall be assigned to the coun- NO. 5 divided, changed or revised, bridge district, or other special taxing
ties in proportion to population. The popu- HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO 1045 NO. 11 district thereof, gasoline or other fuel tax
nationss of the respective counties for the A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend- HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 368 anticipation certificates bearing interest at
purposes of this section shall be confined to meant to Article XII of the State Consti- A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing amend- not more than three per cent (3) per an-
citizens of the United States and shall not tution adding a Section to be numbered meant to Artice XVII of the Constitution num in such denominations and maturing
include foreign born persons who have not by the Secretary of State relating to the of the state of Florida providing an ad- at such time within the seventy-five year
become naturalized, election or appointment of Superinten- ditional method of revising or amending (75) period as the board may determine.
Section 4. The legislature shall reappor- uenu ol public Instruction in Escambia the Constitution. In addition to exercising the powers now
tion the representation of the house and Lake, Martin, Okeechobee, Palm Beach, BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of provided by statute for the investment it
senate at thp 1971 regular session of the Putnam and Seminole' Counties. the State of Florida: sinking funds, said Board may use the sink- F
legislature and every ten (10) years there- BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of That the amendment to Article XVII of ing funds created for said bonds of any TE
after based upon the preceding latest federal the State of Florida: the Constitution of Florida by adding there- county or special road and bridge district,
,ecennial censulp, That article XII of the Florida Oonsti- to a section to be numbered section 4, as or other unit hereunder, to purchase thi
Section 5. If any part of this joint r tution be amended as set forth below and set forth below is agreed to and shall be matured or maturing bonds participating I F
solution is declared unconstitutional or null that said resolution be submitted to the submitted to the electors of Florida for herein of any other county or any other
and void then the entire resolution ball bg electors of-Florida for ratification or rejec- ratification or rejection at the general elec- special road and bridge district, or other GOT
null, void and inoperative, tlion. at the general election to be held in tion to be held in November, 1964: special taxing district thereof, provided
NO. 2 '. Y Y.,.nt..:i, 1964. .... SECTION 4. Additional Method of Revis- that as to said matured bonds, the value
S .ENATE JOINT RESOLUTION ... -ounty superintendent of ub- ing or Amending Constitutio.-As a me- thereof as an investment shall be the pr:ce A W
Qs 26.7 lic instruction; appointment in certain thod of revising the enre constitution of paid therefore, which shall not exceed the
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an counties.- Florida, and as an additional method of pa inalue Plus acrlue a interest, and that
amendment to Article XVI,,.;Section 7 :of (1) The county superintendent of public revising or a fmenaing any portion or portions ratd investment shall bear terest at thb
the StateConstitution relative to the instruction shall be appoi nted by the cou-of it. eitherbranch of the legisture, at any ofthre per p n u $ANNUAL ELECTRIC
... tho trm, officers. ty board of public instruction in the coun- regular session, or at any special or extra- (, W The said bond shall annually use AD ERTIC'4500 A IN S I
ieogth^ H orISA termsin Of 'l-h. 'Ud^ ^ oid fud in eac cont ccunfirst. N ADDED TO THE $3,4155000 SAVINGS IN ANNUAL ELECTI ~
BE1T RESOfVED BY-THE LEGISLA. ties of Escambia, Lake, Martin, Okeecha-: ordinary session called for the purpose, may satd funds in each county account, first.
TURE OF THE STTE OF FLQO DA: bee, Palm Beach, Putnam and Seminole propose by joint resoution a revision of the to ^y curn p" p a i r Da I C A RD Y PR01}UCE n FLORIDA PnWFR'S
*That artle \'. .-.e...I. ofthe Vo.:.r- .:,, the .... is affirmed by A entire constitution Ot a Vevision or amend- tu'ring, if a ny, of said bonds and gasoline oi H.. ., .
Theat rti : ---I .*r neB h an eno rdos oeutJ sT no ui d eueuBLLS ALREADY PRODUCED BY FLORIDA POWER'S
d constitution be amended as set f.:.rti mjon, yoe ..f r lualiied eectors of nnt of any portion or portions thereof and ote e x anticipation certiices o ,
below and that said resolution be submitted .... suLcounty nmkigt e con y direct and provide foran etetion .there-.. hcott dor spci alird n ds tdge 1962 REDUCTION ImME AT
to heelctrsof Florida for ratification ilV-er-intendent ofpublic "rllstructioll ap- fl --. o .... theree; eod t stals ikn fu", ,
to the electors secnd tord orttcto|^ ^ ^......^ .^ es h `1~ud 962 DIEDUCTION IN, CUSTOMER RATES, ;
or rejection at the general election to be poiitlVe. b- t .... the joint resolution is adopted .. account to lifuture rurements ofu sd
e jont ~o~tionis dol~ed accountccout to meet future requirements of s'zid
neld in November, 1964. (2) The board of publIc instruction of three fifths (3/) of the members 0.h ,.., bonds and gasoline or other fuel tax an-
Section 7, TBERMS OF OFFICES CRE- the county must request an election, which to each house, the yeas and nays shall be ticipation certificates where it appears the In October ourfourth rate reduction since World War II goes into effect.
ITED' BY LEGISLATURE.-The legislature may be a special election or inAy be on entered upon their respCetivk Journals, and anticipated income for any year or years -
shall not create any office, the term of the ballot of any regulate primary or gen- the proposed revision ot amendment shall will not equal scheduled payments thereon; These lower rates apply, to schools, churches
which shall be longer than four (4) years, era election to be designated by the board be submitted to th e electors of the state and third, any remaining balance out of the
ecepu membership on the board charged of public instruction, and upon such timely for ratification or rejection at the next proceeds of said two cents (2c) of said ic. and large-use commercial and 'small industrial customers.
with responsibility for colleges and univer- request the board of county commissioners general election held more than seventy (70> shall monthly during the year be remitted '
cities (not including junior colleges) which of such county will call such special elec- days after the adoption of the resolution by said board as follows: Eighty per cent Lower electric rates provide a further incentive to business concerns who are looking
terms may be extended by the legislature tion or cause to be placed on the ballot at unless, by vote of three fourths (3/4) of (80%) to the State Road Department for Lower electric rates provide a furter incentvto bu c en h a lk
to not more than nine (9) years, such other election the proposition whether the members elected to each house, the e construction or reconstruction of state or new locations to consider th areas served by Florida Power Corporation-
No. 8 subsection 1 shall be effective in such legislature shall provide for submission at roads and bridges within the county, or fir
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 218 county. a special ecction at an. earlier date. The the lease or purchase of bridges connecting nit ols
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend- (3) Any county adopting the provisions secretary of state shall cause notice of the state highways within the county, and twen Business expansion means new job opportunities, new payrolls
ment to subsections (a) and (b) of Sec- of subsection (1) hereof may after four proposed revision or amendment and of ty per cent st0%) to the Board of County i rint stan to nefit
tion 18, Article XII of the Constitution years return to its former status and reject the date of the election thereon to be pub- Commissioners of such county for use of and new purchasing power from which local residents stand to benefit.
of Florida relating to the use of part the provisions of this section by the same wished twice in one newspaper in each county roads and bridges therein .
of the revenues derived from the licensing procedure outlined in subsection (2) hereof 1in which a newspaper is published, the first (d) Said board shall have the power to, RE U D u 14 0
ing of motor vehicles for capital outlay for adopting the provisions thereof in the publication to be not more than ten (10) make and enforce all rules and regulationsELE TRIC BILLS ALREADY REDUCED BY 415000
ant debt service and other school pur- beginning. or less than eight (8) weeks before the necessary to the full exercise of the powers EUC
poses. (4) in the event a referendum election election and the second publication to be hereby granted and no legislation shall be
E OT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- results in a change in the method of se- at east one (1)I week after the first nild required to render this amendment of full i lcri rate n a 1962
TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: ec'ng a county superintendent, the incum- not less than four (4) weeks before the re and operating effect from and after Most customers received a reduction in electric rates in May, 1962.
That the following amendment to sub- bent shall be permitted to serve the remain- election. If the proposed revision or amend- January 1st, 1965. The Legislature shall
sections (a) and (b) of section 18, article der of the termn of office to which he was ment receives thle favorable vote of a ma- continue the levies of said taxes during the These lower rates saved our customers a total of $3,415,000
XII of the Constitution of Florida is hereby duly elected or appointed, jority of the electors voting thereon, it life of this Amendment, and shall not enact
agreed to and shall be submitted to the NO. :6 shall take effect at noon on the first Tues- any law having the effect of withdia\ing in their electric bills. As electric usage continues to rise,.
sectors of the state for ratification or HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 2194 day after the first Monday of the January the proceeds of said two cents (2c) of said
rejection at the next general election to be A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend- following the election if voted upon in a taxes from the operation of this am.adl- these Savinqs, too, will continue to increase in the future.
held in November, 1964: ment to Article XII of the State Consti- general election, and on the sixtieth (60) ment. The board shall pay refunding expense
Section 18. SCHOOL BONDS FOR OAP- tution adding a Section to be numbered day after the election if voted upon in a es and other expenses for services rendered
ITAL OUTLAY INSURANCE.-(a) Begin- _by the Secretary of State relating to the special election, or in either case on any specifically for, or which are properly LOWER RATES FORCARGE-USE COMMERCIAL AND
i January 1, 1965 and for thirty-five election or appointment of superintendent date designated therein, chargeabe to, the account of any county LAC I ru I u una
(35) years thereafter, the first proceeds of public instruction in Taylor county. NO. 12 from funds distributed to such county; but
oI tohe revenues derived frof the licensing BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 921 general expenses of the board for services $ L INU TI U T ME
of motor vehicles to the extent necessary thie State of Florida: A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend- rendered all the counties alike shall be SeALL INDUSTRIAL UST
to comply with the provisions of this amend- That an amendment to article XII of mnient to Article IX, Section 1 6. of the prorated among them and paid out of said S A
ment, snaill, as collected, be placed monthly the Florida Constitution by adding the Constitution of the State of Florida relat- funds on the same basis said tax proceeds OW A F O L A CUC
in the county capital outlay and debt ser- section set forth below to be numbered bv ing to taxation and finance by exending are distributed among the several counties; L W ATE R H L AN UE
vice school fund in the state treasury, and the Secretary of State, is agreed to and the period of time covered by said Ar- provided, report of said expenses shall be L W RT F C U HE
used only as provided in this amendment, that said amendment shall be submitted ticle IX, Section 16, until January 1. made to each Regular Session of the Legis-
!;uch revenue shall be distributed annually to the electors of Florida for ratification 2018. lature, and the Legislature may limit t.e Now, the new rate reduction will add another $800,000 to these.-
among the several counties in the ratio of or rejection at the general election to be BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of expenses of the board,.
the number of instruction units in each held in November, 2964. the State of Florida: NO. 13 lt ll ch an hurhes
county in each year computed as provided SECTION County superintendent of That Article IX, Section 16, of the Stie HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1030 annUal Savings in electric bills of schools and churches,
nerein. The amount of the first revenues public instruction; appointment in certain Constitution be amended as follows, is hereby A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend all industrial Customers
derived from the licensing of motor vehicles counties.- agreed to and shall be submitted to tin ment to Artice X, Section 7 of the and of large-use commercial and small industrial customers.
to be so set aside in each year and dis- (1) The county superintendent of publi(I electors of the State for ratification or re- State Constitution relating to homestead
ributed as provided herein shall be an instruction shall be appointed by the couu- section at the general election of Nivni- exemption.
amount equal in the aggregate to the product ty board of public instruction ,n Taylor her, 1964: BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of M U AONTINH INA OIR
of four hundred dollars ($400 00) multiplied county, providing the proposition is aflirmed SlCTION If. Board of administration; the State of Florida; Wi U I a W U nl
by the total number of instruction units in by a majority vote of the qualified elec- gasoline and like taxes, distribution and SECTION 1. That the amendment to
all the counties of Florida. The number of tors of Taylor county making the .tff e of use; etc.- Article X, Section 7 of *the Florida Consti- 1 This fuh reduction in rates iS one more indication of our dedication
instruction units in each county in each county superintendent of public instruction (a) That beginning January 1st, 1,43, tution as set forth below is agreed to an, I Us fe
ear lor the purposes of this amendment appointive anw for seventy-five years (75) thereilter, shall be submitted to the electors'of Flw- d d d i h Jni t co t olericity
shall be the greater of (1) the number of (2) To submit the proposition co ed the proceeds of two cents (2c) per ga.'o ida for ratification or rejection at tle to maintaining the Steadin the unit cost o electricity.
instruction units in each county for the in subsection (1) to the electors a special of the total tax levied by state law upron general election to be held in November, dil d
school fiscal year 1951-52 computed in the election shall be called by the county corm- gasoline and other like products of petr'o- 1964: Providing the finest electric service at steadily decreasing
manner heretofore provided by general law, missioners of Taylor county upon the request leum, now known as the Second Gas T.ax. ARTICLE X
or (2) the number of instruction units in of the county board of public instruction, and upon other fuels used to propel motor SECTION 7. Exemption of homestead from COSTS ISfur continuing |ob.
such county for the school fiscal year corn- which election shall be held within sixty vehicles, shall as collected be placed month- taxation.-Every person who has the legal ., '," "
puted in ne manner heretofore or hereatter (60) days after the request and the result ]y in the "State Road Distribution Trust title or beneficial title in equity to real
provided by general law and approved by thereof shall determine whether subsection Fund" in the State Treasury ann divided property in this state and who resides .
the state board of education (hereinafter (1) shall be effective in said county, into three (3) equal parts which shell bh thereon and in good faith makes the same ThisactionofFloridaPowerCorporationwas made possiblebya l
called the state board), or (3) the number (3) Should the county adopt the pro- distributed monthly among the several his or her permanent home, or .the permnuent 71,
,,f instructions units in each county on be- visions of subsection (1) hereof it may, counties as follows: one part according to home of another or others legally or nat- decision of the Florida Public Utilities Commission. The Commission
half of which the state board of education after four (4) years return to its former area, one part according to population, and urally dependent upon said person, shall be d of officials elected by the general public t<
has issued bonds or motor vehicle tax an- ,w;tus and reject the provisions of this sec- one part according to the counties' contri- entited to an exemption from all taxation, Isa State Agency comprised of officials eleced by n ea pubi c f@
tirination certificates under this amendment tion by the same procedure outlined in sub- buttons to the cost of state road construe- except for assessments for special benefits. 'hVH regulate rates and practices of investor-owned utility companies. ,
which will produce sufficient revenues un- section (2) hereof for adopting the pro- tion in the ratio of distribution as provided up to the assessed valuation of five thousand
,er Lhis amendment to equal one and on-. visions thereof in the beginning, in Chapter 15659, Laws of Florida, Acts of dollars ($5,000.00) on said home and I"
third (1 1/3) times the aggregate amount (4) In the event a referendum election 1931, and for the purpose of the appor- contiguous real property, as defined in Ar-
of principal of and interest on such bonds results in a change in the method of se- tionment based on the counties' contribu- -tide X, Section 1, of the Constitution. I
or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates lecting a county superintendent, tie incum- tions for the cost of state road construe- for the year 1939 and thereafter, provided
which will mature and become due in such bent shall be permitted to serve the remain- tion, the amount of the contributions as- that in Sarasota County the first two thou-
year, computed in the manner heretofore der of the term of office to which he was tablished by the certificates made in 1931 sand dollars ($2,000.00) of the assessed
or hereafter provided by general law and duly elected or appointed. pursuant to said Chapter 15059, shall be valuation of such property shall be taxable
approved by the state board. NO. 7 taken and deemed] conclusive in computina- for school purposes only and the exemptions 1 \l
Such funds so distributed shall be ad- SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 268 e monthly amounts distributable accord,1- shall apply to tl next five tlo.sa.d dol- jei ,' -* ,." "
ministered by the state board as now cre- A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend- ing to said contributions. Such funds ao lars ($5,000.00) for school purposes only 1.
tel] and constituted by section 3 of article ment to Article XVI, of the Florida Con- ,<,tribu.ed shall be administered by the of assessed valuation. Said title may be held I
xII of the Constitution of Florida. For the stitution, relating to the location of the State Board of Administration as herein -by the entireties, jointly, or in common t --Fl
purposes of this amendment, said state Seat of Government; adding Section 1A. after provided, with others, and said exemption may be
board, as now constituted, shall continue as providing for means to insure continuity (b) The Governor as chairman, the apportoned among such of the owners as v |1 3R IDA POW ER OR A lIO N
a body corporate during the life of this of State and Local Governmental opera- State Treasurer, and the State Comptroller shall reside thereon, as their respective .o,-;_, I
amendment and shall have all the powers tions in period of emergency resulting shall constitute a body corporate to ,)" interests shall appear, but no such exemp- u" youR TAX-PAIO mV.STOR-OWNED EL.CTRIC COMPWAN
provided in this amendment in addition from disasters caused by enemy attack, known as the "State Board of Administra- tion of more than five thousand dollars S H ^. ,1
to all other constitutional and statutory BE IT" RESOLVED by the Legislature of tion", which board shall succeed to aL the ($5,000 00) shall be allowed to any one l Ii
powers related to the purposes of this the State of Florida: power, control and authority of the Sta- (1" person or on any one (1) dwelling
amendment heretofore or hereafter conferred That the following amendment of Arti- tutorv Board of Administration. Said house, nor shall the amount of the exemp-


upon said board. c]e XVI, of the Flori4a Constitution by ad- Board shall have, in addition to such pow- tion allowed any person exceed the propor- -
(b) The state board shall, in addition to din section 1A is agreed to and shall be b"rs as may be conferred upon it by law, tionate assessed valuation based on the in- r
its other constitutional and statutory pow- mitred to the electors of the state for the management, control and supervision of terest owned by such person. The legisla- VL1
ers, have the management, control and su- ratification or rejection at the general elec- the proceeds of said two cents (2c) of said ture may prescribe appropriate and reason-
pervision of the proceeds of the first part tion held in November. 1964: taxes and all moneys and other assets able laws regulating the manner of estab-
of the revenues derived from the licensing SECTION 1A. Continuity of government, which on the effective date of this amend- lishing the right of said exemption.
of motor vehicles provided for in subsection -The legislature, in order to insure con- meant are applicable or may become ap- SECTION 2. This resolution shall become -
(a). The state board shall also have power, tinuity of state and local governmental plicable to the bonds of the several counties effective only upon its approval by a ma-
for the purpose of obtaining funds for the operations in periods of emergency result- of this state, or any special road and jorily of the freeholders voting in a refer-
use of any county board of public instruc- ing from disasters caused by enemy attack, bridge district, or other special taxing endurm election to be held in Sarasota /
tion in acquiring, building, constructing, shall have the power and the immediate district thereof, issued prior to July 1st, County at the next special or regular pri-
altering, impro i enlaTging, furnishing, or duty (1) to provide for prompt and tem- 1931 for road and bridge purposes The mary election.
equipping ca l itlay pJroects for school porary succession to the powers and duties word "bonds" as used herein shall include SECTION 3. Should this resolution I,,
purposes, to,. e bond r motor vehicle of public offices, of whatever nature and bonds, time warrants, notes and other forms rejected by the freeholders in Sara_;,ta
tax anticptip o ifia.' and also to whether filled by election or appointment, of indebtedness issued for road and bridge County, then this resolution shall be rull
issue such a ndo r tax anti- the incumbents of which may become un- purposes by any county or special road snd and void.
cipation ea ii or refund available for carrying on the powers and bridfve district or other special taxing" d0F0 IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto
any h i onds ir ': ar nticipation duties of such offices, and (2) to adopt triet, outstanding on July 1st, 1931. or any set my hand and affixed the Great Pral
bertificates- cheb said state such other measures as may be necessary refunding issues thereof. Said Boord ha'1 of the State nf Florida at Tallahassee, .the
board. All ah l bear interest at and"proper for insuring thee continuity of have the statutory powers of Bnrds of Capital, this the 24th day of August, A.D.. -
not exceeding four andi oile-half (41/2) per governmental operations. In the exercise Co tnty Oommirsioners and Bond TrofCrt4 1964. st-9-1,ADe9
Gentum per ana and shall matme serially of the powers hereby conferred the legi2- ad ou f any other authority of n pee a r 4ad TOM ADA r-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1964


Legal The Case of The
Notices.41 L41T do


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. D s ppin i
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. ] When the man tied his tie and wife a box of chocolates.
IARGARET ANN GENTRY, I put on his coat, he also took the In a single day ,the dime served
Plaintiff,
vs. DIVORCE dime from his dresser. On his way as a medium of exchange in eight
GERALD M. GENTRY, to work, he used the dime to buy transactions. But there it stopped.
Defendant. a paper. The newsboy spent the For the man who bought the choco-
NOTICE TO: GERALD M. GEN- dime for a cup of coffee at a shop lates is not only a thoughtful hus-
TRY, whose place of residence is where the proprietor gave the band, he is also a dime-saver. When
310 Nevada Street, Victorville, Cal- dime in change to a man who he got home, he dropped the dime
On or before the 21st day of Sep. bought a pack of cigarettes. This in a cigar box in his dresser draw-
tember, A.D., 1964, the Defendant, man left the dime as a tip when er where it will remain-along with
Gerald M. Gentry, is required to he bought lunch and the waitress 157 earlier dimes-and more to
serve upon Hon. Cecil G. Costin, spent it for bobby pins that after- come.
dress is 221 Reid Avenue, Portse ad- noon at the dime store. The dime Is the dime-saver doing wrong?
Joe, Florida, a copy of and file store gave it in change to a woman Not in the usual sense. In fact, he
with the Clerk of said Court, the who bought a pair of sunglasses is practicing thrift through saving,
original of an answer to the Bill and she spent it for a roll of mints a generally accepted virtue. But
of Complaint filed against him at the candy shop. The man in the today our country is in the throes
herein.
WITNESS my hand and official candy shop gave the dime in of a coin shortage. Nobody claims
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka, change to a man who bought his this shortage is being caused by
Gulf County, Florida, this 14th day
of August, A.D., 1964. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, dime-savers, but the dresser-drawer
GEORGE Y. CORE, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL deposit, the piggy-bank balance and
Clerk of Circuit Court CIRCUIT OF THE STATE the sugar-bowl supply are ancient
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-8-20 OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR and widespread customs and ac-
r' T TT p r r T T7VTrrr


GULP COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
MARTHA LOUISE LINDSAY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
OLIVER B. LINDSAY,
Defendant.
DIVORCE
NOTICE TO: Oliver B. Lindsay,
whose address and place of resi-
dence is unknown:
On or before the 5th day of Oc-
tober, 1964, the defendant, Oliver
B. Lindsay, is required to serve
upon Hon. Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address
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 him herein.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 2nd day
of September, A.D., 1964.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk, Circuit Court
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-9-3


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SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR!


MANY OTHER
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I I


Weant ma ybe contacted at the
County Service Office located in
the American Legion Post, at 8:30
a.m. on Friday, September 18.
---- ----


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Veterans of Gulf County who Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eugene
u ,nc .i Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eugene


fits under the GI Bill, may receive 'n,0uv, mru, winierly OI
fits under the GI Bill, may receive Port St. Joe, are proud to announce
guidance from Jim Weant, Assist- the birth of a baby boy, Jeffery
ant State Service Officer of the Eugene, born on August 25. He
Florida Deartment of Veterans Af- weighed 7 lbs., 121/ ozs., at birth.
fairs. Both maternal and paternal grand-
Weant will visit this area next parents reside in Port St. Joe; Mr.
week for the purpose of helping and Mrs. Edgar Smith and Mr. and
.-qteran- or their dep.nden.t in fil- Mrs Dot Haddon.


i g claims for C. o.mpens:tis.,n Bene-
fits or solving their Insurance prob-
lems. This free service includes as-
sistance to employers of veterans
under the GI Bill, Vocational Train-
ing, Subsistence or other problems.
Durin ghis visit in this area,


George H. Kelley

Completes Basic
GREAT LAKES, ILL-George H.
Kelley, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.
S. Kelley of 113 Third Avenue,
Highland View, Port St. Joe, com-
pleted basic training August 7 at
the Naval Training Center, Great
Lakes, Ill.
The nine-week training included
naval orientation, history and or-
ganization, seamanship, ordnance
and gunnery, military drill, first
aid and survival.
During the training recruits re-
ceive tests and interviews which
determine their future assignments
in the Navy. Upon completing the
program they are assigned to ser-
vice schools for technical training
or to ships and stations for on-the-
'i job training in a Navy rating spec-
ialty.

i LOCAL GIRL GRADUATES
FROM FLORIDA STATE UNIV.
TALLAHASSEE-Florida State
University this week announced a
list of 898 graduates who complet-
,' ed their work during the third tri-
mester. Although most of the grad-
uates participated in the com-
mencement ceremonies on August
8 diplomas were mailed later to
630 candidates for a bachelor's de-
gree, 218 for a master's and 50 for I
a doctor's.
Among those receiving degrees
was Margaret Jeanette DePuy of
Port St. Joe who received a BS de-
gree in education.


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REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister

Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.


Miracles still happen. News- Often he either gets a stiff
men have achieved bi-partisan "no comment," or another long
condemnation, dissertation that explains noth-
ing. So, what does he do. He
Not too many years ago they writes the candidate is in favor
were accused of bias as fatted of peace, promises peace, but
toolsof selfish capitalistic inter- has no plan to achieve it. The
ests. Now another party is find- feathers then hit the fan. This
ing them also, and simultan- is termed biased reporting.
eously, lean and hungry cap- *
tives of sin- Or a candidate reading a
sister ultra- speech before the Hibernian
liberalaorces. Chowder Society will say "we
will use our influence to unite
There wa Ulster to Ireland" and then
a ime sensing great apathy, will
a tedten reach for a burst of applause
V.'rote their s by adding "even if we have to
ov.n speech. send over the Marines."
es, and thus *
%.ere prepare
ed to an,..er That comment, reported, mn-
plainly and c. W. Ha.-der mediately brings charges of
clearly any questions arising "misquote". Fortunately news
from them. Those candidates media owners understand poll-
devoted their energies to be- ticians or the profession of re-
laboring each other instead of porting would be as transient
seeking to see which could as a migratory fruit picker.
claim more bias on the part of *
the news media. In the Roosevelt era, before
is death, Wiliam Alen
But today no important pol- his death, Willia Emporia Allen
tician takes to the hustings White, the sage Emporia Kan-
without a corps of press agents sas, publisher, pointed out that
andwithout a corps of press agenthe then charges of bias were
and speech writers.The former ridiculous. He said that no
assidiously court news media ridiculous. He said that no
to obtain free space and time matter how publishers opposed
for their candidate. Then they Roosevelt on the editorial
howl foul play if the reporting page, they permitted the front
does not follow the guidelines pages to be loaded withreporf his
carefully prepared for news- of his activities, those of his
carefully prepared for news- .aiy without this coverage,
men in the form of advance family. Without this coverage,
men in the of advaspeeches.nche claimed Roosevelt would
copies of speeches. have not been able to carry
elections by such large major-
Any competent soul, but per- cities
haps better say newsmen nou *
that they are considered san:
soul, wades through these col So perhaps news media have
elections of high sounding phras a perfect way to avoid charges
es and well worn cliches seek- of bias. In 90% of the time they
ing to find something that will could, with no appreciable
be of interest to his public, loss to readers or viewers,
Consider a typical speech on merely report "Candidate Doe
peace. The candidate talks spoke before a large group in
about peace, promises peace. Civic Hall today. He expressed
But the newsmen want to re-' the same views he has present-
port specifically how he intends ed many times before during
to achieve peace. present political campaign."
c, National F(e'ration of Independent Pustnet


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1964 Methodist Women


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publishlna Company
WEaSLY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, :Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department


DIAL 227-8161


PosTOFFICE Box 88


Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.

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INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE Port St. Joe Elementary School
*Big Bob Nedley was bad medi-
cine for Glidden. Bad Bob shot a Monday, September 14
big 228 game and 552 series to Beef and vegetable stew, cheese
help Meter Shop goose egg a pow- wedges, sliced tomatoes, apple rwie,
e rul Glidden team. Bob got ample white bread and butter and milk.
help from Daryl Strickla nd and Tuesday, September 15
Charlie Brown, not to mention Navy beans, ham seasoning, but-
Gene McCormick and Wesley Ad- tered spinach, carrot sticks, hot
kings. biscuit and jelly, butter and milk.
Steve Harper's 512 was the best Wednesday, September 16
Glidden had. Hamburgers, buttered potatoes,
Maintenance, b behind Buddy sliced tomatoes, onions and dills.
Bridges, handed 3 losses to Box cookies, butter and milk.
Plant. Mr. Bridges had a fine 481 Thursday, September 17
series. Wayne Smith at 540 and Chicken and noodles, mustard
Norris Daniels at 481 were high for greens, pear salad, corn bread and
Box Plant. Marvin Bearden showed butter and milk.
much improvement over last week. Friday, September 18
A gang of win-hungry Millwrights Macaroni and cheese, snapbeans,
led by big John McKenzie clobber- lettuce and tomato salad ,sliced
ed a helpless Pulp Mill. The entire peaches, white bread and butter
Millwright team, Nelson Gardner, and milk.
Harley Roberts, Jim Burke, Bar- end Funeral
ney McCroan and John McKenzie Attend Funeral
were too hot to handle. Mrs. John McKenzie and Mrs. W.
Old reliable, Joe Davis, pumped P. Dockery attended the funeral
a 207 game to help Pulp Mill sal- services Tuesday for Mrs. McKen-
vage the final stanza and save dis- zie's uncle, Andy Delaney in Car-
.aster. Captain George Hunter and rabelle.
Leo Shealy were just too much for
old Joe to carry. gers and Martin Britt to good ad-
A. D. Roberts was the only Pa- vantage. They sealed Paper's fate
per Mill bowler to get his average, and were helped in their dirty
As a result, the Laboratory work- work by Tom Parker and J. C.
ed' on Tom Thornton and company McArdle.
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Plan for Seminar
The Marianna District Workshop
(formerly Seminar) of the Woman's
Society of Christian Service of the
Methodist Churches of the Marian-
na District will be held in the Firstf
Methodist Church in Graceville
Thursday, September '17, from
8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Registration
will begin at 8:30 the program will
begin at 9:30. Theme for the day
is "That All May Have the Spirit


Pvt. James Gainnie

Finishes Boot Camp
' ARRIS ISLAND, S, C--Marine
Private James E. Gainnie, sob of
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gainnie of 526
Ninth Street, Port St., oe, is schq-
duled to complete recruit trading
September 4 at the Marine Corps
Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. C.
The intensive training course in-
cludes drill, bayonet training, phy-
sical conditioning, parades and cer-
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Three weeks are spent on the


Pvt. JAMES E. GAINNIE
rifle range where recruits fire the
M-14 rifle and recieve instruction
in other basic Marine infantry wea-
pons.
This recruit training prepares
young Marines for further special-
ized training or for duty with a
unit of the Fleet Marine Force.
Gainnie will report to Camp Le-
jeune, N. C., for combat infantry
training following graduation.


Methodists to

Honor Band, Team
A special service honoring the
Port St. Joe High School football
team, the coaches, the band, cheer-
leaders and the faculty will be held
Sunday, September 13, at 7:30 p.m.
according to an announcement
made by Dr. Thomas S. Harris, min-
ister of the Methodist Church.
A reception for the entire group
is to be held in the new fellowship
hall immediately following the wor-
ship service in the Sanctuary.
This is an annual observance in
the local church. The service is
held each year near the beginning
of the new school term and just
preceding the first football game.
The entire membership of First
Methodist Church looks forward to
this occasion which affords them
an opportunity to meet the new
and returning members of the High
School faculty and to assure the
team, coaches, band and cheer lea-
ders of their enthusiastic support.
Most importantly of all, it serves
as sort of a dedication service as
we begin the new school term and
as we look forward to the coming
football season, stated the Rev.
Harris.

Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lucas of Kit-
tery, Maine announce the birth of
a baby daughter, born Wednesday,
September 3. Proud grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Cooper and
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Lucas.
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-of l His Love".
Studies for the year, "Spanish
Americans", "The Church's Mission
Among New Nations", "United
States Responsibility in a World
of New Nations" will be presented.
The Rev. Dr. Daniel Whitsett,
minister of St. Andrew Methodist
Church, Panama City, will present
the study "Genesis". This study
will be open to all and will be the
highlight of the workshop. Those
attending are invited to visit the
book room where new materials
will be available.
Lunch will be served by the la-
dies of the host church for $1.00
per plate, according to Mrs. Rupert
Curry, local president of the Wo-
man's Society of Christian Service,
-... summons to all christian wo-
mmen of the Ilarianna District to
attend Ithe workshop has been is-
sued by Mrs. LaRua Gurrett, Dis-
trict President; Mrs. Neil Atkin-
son, vice president and'Mrs. E. F.
Summerford ,secretary lof mission-
ary education.
Among the speakers for this oc-
casion are: Mrs. Roger Van Land-
ingham, Mrs. J. W. Ellisor, Mrs.
J. E. Householder, Mrs. Ralph
Swatts and Mrs. Ed Hardin.
___ -k ___
Enrolls At U. of South Fla.
Freddy Joines enrolled last week
in the University of South Florida
to continue his college education.
Spends Labor Day Here
Mel Magidson spent the Labor
Day week end with his grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Costin,
Sr.


Visit In Glen St. Mary
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Collier and
children spent the week end visit-
ing Rev. and Mrs. Glen Totman at
Glen St. Mary near Jacksonville.

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Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Watts of Port St. Joe. The engaged
couple both attend Florida State University where Miss Tewis a
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R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL "

Published by ,
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE "/'

R. GLENN -BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fun" BoYLf
VrORE PKERONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
GLADYS S. GILL Ladies Ready-to-Wear, Main Floor
NONA WILLIAMS ------ Children's Wear and Shoes, Main Floor
FRANCES ROBINSON Ladies & Children's Lingerie, Main Floor
RUTH KEELS Men's and Boys' Wear, Second Floor
ETHEL GAY, ROBERT WILLIAMS and DORENE SPEARS, Extras


BOYLES SAYS THANK YOU from
STORE 'NO. 1 (Ladies and Childrens Wear-Main Floor)
and STORE NO. 2 (Men's and Boys" Wear-Second Floor)
FOR MAKING THIS OUR BEST 'REMODELING VENTURE!


Dear Friends:
Thought for the day: 2 Tim. 1:7
-"God hath not given us the spirit
of fear, but of power, and of love,
and of a sound mind."
A few years ago, when the going
was mighty rough at our house, the
verse above was included in a let-
ter from m mother. It has been
-a very useful and helpful thought
for this writer and bears repeating
'daily (even more often) to keep us
mindful that fear is man made.
Power to overcome this enemy is
available to all.
Here and there, fol-de-rol Tat-
tling: The shining STAR editor (or
was it ed, Jr.?) lost or misplaced a
picture plate of BOYLES store
front hence, no store front
picture in our Grand, Grand Open-
ing page ad last week. We present-
ed a strong and wordy complaint.
It is noted with pleasure the Ye
Editor, broke out with a picture
rash! He splashes page 3, as you
see! Not bad Ed; when the bill
shows up we'll register another
gripe!!! Hold your fire! (We can
put up with your gripes, Mr. Boyles
if we can abide your penmanship
on these columns that are written
in bed and riding in a car ad-
ded to the fact that you're left
handed!-Ed.)
Last week we promised to elab-


orate on the subject: "People and
cars are more dangerous than hur-
ricanes". Much could be said on
this subject but time and space
prompt us to follow brevity and
only say: We happened to be in
Miami only a few hours before
"Cleo" struck. However, we were
able to out-run "Cleo", but, alas-
while driving home and at a mod-
erate rate of speed in a thunder
shower (Mrs. B was at the wheel;
hubby leisurely enjoying special
non-oily Stucky cashew nuts!). Split
secondly, BANG, BANG! Then a
stunned senseless sort of silence-
"What happened?" Finally this
came from the two of us in the
front seat. Explosion? A rocket
from Cape Kennedy? In a few mo-
ments we discovered the following
unhappy and disturbing facts. (1)
A car had his us solidly in the rear.
(2) Another car smashed the car
that hit us, exploding its gas tank
and starting fire. (3) Several pas-
sengers in other cars injured, un-
able to ascertain how seriously.
Two ambulances arrived. (4) We
were the most fortunate by far-
getting out with a bruised and bat-
tered Dodge still able to limp
home. Mrs. B. is suffering with a
whiplash, seriousness not yet de-
termined. Our heartfelt sympathy
goes to those more seriously in-


Pictured above is Boyles new Men's ment store. The department features a
and Boys' Shoe Department second complete line of shoes, boots and canvas
floor, in Boyles newly remodeled depart- casual wear.


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Boyles new Ladies Department is just a complete line of ladies and girls ready-to-
inside the front door, to the right of the wear, sportswear, lingerie, shoes and ev-
center aisle on the first floor. It features ery item is a famous name.


jured in La. and Ill. cars. We sin- Yes, fine Banlon Dress Sox for men
cerely hope for all a speedy and worth $1.00 a pair. Sept. Killer-
complete recovery. Diller .a. 2 pairs, $1.00. We could
We must conclude, however, that go on an don far into the night,
"People and cars are more danger- reciting the stunning and surplus-
ous than hurricanes". You can out- ing savings to be had here on qual-
run a hurricane when you heed ity wearing apparel and shoes.
warning!!! But, how can you get Won't you come by today for a
out of the way without warning? look? When you head for BOYLES
One further humble observation: Men's and Boys' Store, please use
When driving let us look straight hand rail on easy stairs (for safe-
ahead at road-glance frequently ty). Observe all prices (for say-
in rear view mirror-look neither ings!) S'long. -RGB
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Now you are welcome to charge your purchases by pre-
senting any one of more than 90 different approved cre-
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charge your purchase with any major credit card. We
are looking forward to serving you!


Lo ight or left-Observe traffic
signals and laws.
Around our house: A young, but
prolific little rose bush that blooms
redly about the 10th of every
month. Helps those 10th of the
month blues! A volunteer water-
melon vine now blooming-we ex-
pect ripe melons about Thanksgiv-
ing. Only a few scraggly patches
of centipede grass on lawn from
two pounds of seed. What shall we
do next? Wait for winter rye? In
closing shall we make mention of
sox and shopping in BOYLES new
Men's and Boys' Store-2nd floor?


Pate's Service Center


Reading Will Whet
Thirst for Knowledge
Besides reading for pleasure,
many individuals do free reading
in a specific area for allied infor-
mation. The knowledge gained
through texts ought to be related
to everyday living and should open
doors to further searching for
knowledge. Good informational
books are ageless and help the
reader explore his ideas, thoughts,
concepts, prejudices, beliefs, su-
perstitions, and judgments about
the world.
Saint Joseph's Children's Library
makes books available that are
good informational books for chil-
dren of all ages. They are accurate
and authentic, precise, clear, free
from oversimplification and over-
generalization.
The Library is open on Tuesdays,
Thursday and Fridays from 4 to
5 p.m.
"True Book of Moon, Sun and
Stars" Grades 1-3. A book for be-
ginning readers about simple as-
tronomy. Tells what the moon is
made of and how it moves around
the earth; shows the relationship
of the spinning earth to the moon,
the sun, and the other stars.
"Story of Caves" Grades 4-6. A
thrilling introduction to the dark
and mysterious world of caves
which has attracted boys from ear-
liest times. You will learn how
caves came to be, about some of


Boyles has expanded their children's you will find a complete line of famous
department, downstairs, just inside the name children's wear, priced low to meet
door to the left. Again, in this department your budget.


the creatures that live and die ir
caves and see some of the strange
formations that decorate somc
caves.
"Leonardo da Vinci" Grades 7-8
A brief biography of the artist ac
companies by reproductions ii
black and white of many of his
most famous works. Special atten
tion is given to da Vinci's sketches
for scientific apparatus, the study
of anatomy, as well as such master
pieces as the Mona Lisa.

1. 4 PINES
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Beta Sigma Phi
Meets With Mrs. Peters
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi met in the home of
Mrs. Sara Peters Septenrrer 1.
The meeting was called to order


several projects which will be de-
cided on later.
The Ways and Means projects
were discussed, and a motion was
passed that the club sell Christmas
cards again this year.
It was agreed by all members
that the club extend a friendly


s by the president, Mrs. Pauline Mc- venture or help re-organize the
y Gill. The roll was called and min- chapter in Marianna.
- utes of the last meeting read. Mrs. Samme Dean was elected
A motion was made and passed the Valentine Girl by secret ballot.
that the Florida Power Lounge be Delicious refreshments were ser-
used for the meeting place this ved during the meeting by the
year. hostess, Mrs. Sara Peters.
The club also decided to rush The president, Mrs. McGill, then
this year with intentions of form- adjourned the meeting and turned
ing an Exemplar Chapter for the the program over to Wandis Scott
year 1965-66. who gave a very interesting pro-
Service chairman, Mrs. Gladys gram on introductions and invita-
Brown, presented the chapter with tions.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1964


LADIES' LEAGUE
The Gulf County Ladies League
opened its winter season last Wed-
nesday night, Sept. 2. We have a
number of new bowlers this year
and I'd like to take this time to
welcome each and every one of
them. We sincerely hope that they
will enjoy their season as much as
we old-timers did last year. Good
luck and don't get discouraged.
Florida National Bank and Ned-
ley's met on lanes 1 and 2 with
Florida Bank winning 3 games and
Nedley's 1. Joy Nell Davis bowled
high for the Bank with a 390 ser-
ies. Eula Dickey had a 374 for
Nedley's.
St. Joe Laundry and Glidden
bowled on lanes 3 and 4 with Glid-
den winning 3 games. Jean Stouter
was high for Glidden with 449 and
Brenda Perry had a 418 for the
Laundry.
Faye's Grill and Comforter's
split for 2 games each on lanes 5
and 6. Martha Pearl Ward bowled
high for Fayes with a 448. Elise
Rogers led Comforter's with a 377.
I'd like to add here that everyone
has bad nights occasionally and it
just can't be helped. Isn't that
right, Maxine? But everyone knows
you can do much better and we
all dread the night you bring that
average back up to normal.
Lanes 7 and 8 saw a lot of ac-
tion but again neither 13 Mile Oys-
ter Co., nor St. Joe Furniture could
be outdone. They each won 2
games. Dana Rose led the pack for
13 Mile with a 396 series. Donna
Ward rolled a 386. Omie Rose and
Billie Padgett both came up with
good averages. Their opponents
were really hot and came up with
some beautiful series. Mary Brown
led with a 489 series which includ-
ed a 193 game. She also picked up
the 5-10 split. Ruby Lucas went
wild and rolled a 479. Good bowl-
ing, Ruby. Wynell Burke had a 435
and Jean Dennis a 365.
We've got a lot of ties to break
next week ,so let's get with it,
girls.
Team Standings W L
Glidden Co. 3 1
Fla. Nat. Bank ----- 3 1
13 Mile Oyster Co. -------2 2
St. Joe Furniture _--------2 2
Comforter's 2 2
Faye's Grill 2 2
St. Joe Laundry ----------1 3
Nedley's Florist ----- 1 3


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GRA])E 'A' QUICK FROZEN SHENANDOAH


"Bowling News


COMMERCIAL LEAGUE
The Commercial League held a
brief meeting Thursday night for
the purpose of electing league of-
ficials. Donald Zeigler was elected
president; Billy Joe Richards, was
elected vice-president and Clyde
Whitehead was elected secretary.
The league welcomes three new
sponsors this year as well as three
sponsors that were with us last
year. The league regrets losing The
Stevedores, Boyles and Michigan
Chemical. The league also regrts
losing "Big Al" Jnsen as league
secretary. Al did a first rate job
last year and we can only hope the
new secretary can do as well.
Our new sponsors this year are:
Butler's Club 98, The Coast Guard
team, and Team No. 6, who as yet
have kept their sponsor a secret.
The sponsors who returned from
last year are: Costin's, Vitro, and
St. Joe Natural Gas.
The league welcomes a host of
new members this season. They
are: Darell Butler, Wanda Butler,
Jack Hammock, Stern Winkle, W.
House, E. Moore, Donald Zeigler,
D. Nelson, M. Martin and Ford.
One of the old members asked to
have his name in the paper, so
here you are ... Frankie Scott.
SPoint-wise, three teams are tied
for first place and three are tied
for second. Must say though, Vitro
leads in pin-fall. Costin's, Vitro
and Team No. 6 are tied for first
slot. Costin's did an excellent job
Thursday night. Considering they
only had three bowlers present
they did well to tie for first place.


A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine,
Your Local Medical Society and the
Florida Medical Association.
HOW VOICE WORKS
The larynx is a cartilaginous
boxlike structure, at the lower
end of the throat, in which the
voice is produced. Stretching
across the larynx are two
membranous bands or folds
of connective tissue called the
vocal chords. When small mus-
cles connected with the mem-
branous bands contract, the
vocal cords are drawn taut.
Then, when the outgoing air
passes through the vocal.chords,
they vibrate and produce
sound., .
In order to produce sound,
-the cords must draw near to
one another, grow tense and
vibrate. Anything which inter-
feres with the function of vi-
brating will impair tone
production.
Some persons naturally use
the voice effortlessly and well.
Others have voices that are
thin, harsh, rough or easily
fatigued. Women usually have
voices of higher pitch than
men and this is because their
vocal cords are shorter.
Vocal training in order to
teach people how to breathe
properly may improve speech.
In some cases, correction calls
for removal of enlarged ton-
sils, adenoids or nasal obstruc-
tion.
The tonal quality of the voice
is sometimes adversely affected
by obstruction, as when the
upper respiratory membranes
are swollen during colds and
chronic infection, especially-in
the sinuses.


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However, if Jimmy and Ashley had
done as well as their team-mate,
George Small, they would have tak-
en four points. George led the
team with a 489 series.
High series went to Billy Joe
Richards with a 563. Second high
series went to (you guessed it)
Frankie Scott, with a 505. Third A
high went to Clyde Whitehead with
a 503.
Tonight, Butler's will battle
Team No. 6. Costin's will bowl the
Coast Guard team, Vitro will bowl
St. Joe Natural Gas. It should prove
to be an interesting night.


Florida Greeting Service,
Inc.
A cordial welcome awaits you from
the local merchants and civic
organizations of Port St. Joe.
Brought to you by our local hostess
If you are a newcomer or a new parent, please call
MRS. ANNE JOINES


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Sirloin Steak 89c
FINE BEEF FULL CUT


Round Steak


79c


BONELESS
STEW lb. 59c


RIB
STEAK


lb. 59c


BRISKET STEW


HENDERSON'S Limit 10 Lb. With $5.00 Order


Sugar


10 Ibs. 87c


MAXWELL HOUSE

COFFEE


2 LB. CAN
Limit 1 per
Customer


1.47


VALLEY GOLD FRESH FROZEN-6 Oz. Cans
Lemonade 9 cans 99c

DOUBLE
rand Prize Stamps
With Purchase of $5.00 or More
Grocery Order
SSNOWDRIFT

Shortening

3 lb. Can 49
CARNATION
MILK 3 tall cais 41c
GOLD NOTE
OLEO 2 lbs. 29c
LARGE SIZE


FAB


25c


A $ Will Buy


At Jitney


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WALDORF
Tissue 3 pkgs $1.00
SCOTT
Scottissue 8 rolls $1.00
SCOTT
Paper Towels
3 rolls $1.00
JUMBO PKG. SCOTT'S FAMILY
Napkins 3 pkgs $1
SCOTT CUT-RITE, 125' ROLL
Wax Paper 4 rolls $1
HUNT'S TOMATO
SAUCE 10 cans $1
14 OUNCE BOTTLE


Hunt's Catsup


7


for $1.00


lb. 19c


SHOULDER
Round Roast lb. 59c
DUBUQUE FINE BEEF
Short Ribs Ib. 29c
FRESH CORN FED QUARTERED LOINS
PORK CHOPS lb. 59
APPLE, PEACH, CHERRY, COCOANUT
MORTON'S PIES
Family 29c
FRESH
CHICKEN GIZZARDS lb. 39c
CHICKEN LIVERS l- b. 49c


Fresh Produce
U. S. NO. 1
POTATOES

10 lbs. C
FRESH
CABBAGE

ib. 7c


RED DELICIOUS


Eating APPLES
4 lb. bag 39c


HUNT'S TOMATO--46 OZ. CANS
Juice 4 cans $1.00
HUNT'S-BIG 22 CANS-Limit 5 Please
Peaches 5 cans $1


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Kerigan Awarded

Dental Scholarship
The American Fund for Dental
Education has announced that two
students of the Durham Industrial
Education Center have been grant-
ed $500 scholarships. John J. Keri-
gan, Port St. Joe, received a Lux-
ene Incorporated scholarship. Rich-
ard F. Kosempa, Bradenton, was


Familiar words in times of
illness. How relieved you are to
know the friendly doctor is here
at last. In most cases he will
give you a Prescription and you
will hurry to your pharmacist.
We know how important that
piece of paper is to you. So,
it gets top priority in this
Rexall Drug Store. We want the
sick to get well, too. We have
loved ones and know just how
you feel.

YOUR DRUG STORE



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


Say You Saw It In The Star


-i School Board


gggU .-


given a grant by the Dentists' Sup-
ply Company of New York. Both
boys will begin their second year
at Durham Industrial Education
Center when classes resume on
September 10.
The dental laboratory technology
program at Durham Industrial Edu-
cation Center is one of the five
such programs in the United States
which are accredited by the Ameri-
can Dental Association and eligible
for scholarship aid through the
American Fund for Dental Educa-
tion.
Kerigan is the husband of the
former Miss Ruth Lynn Ramsey,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ram-
sey of Port St. Joe.

Vacation At Beach

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Musselwhite,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Laird and Mr.
and Mrs. David Musselwhite, for-
mer residents of Port St. Joe, are
spending their vacation at Beacon
[ Hill.


NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Apalachisola, Florida
THURSDAY & FRIDAY, September 10 and 11
RICHARD WIDMAPK in

"THE LONG SHIPS"
.... SATURDAY, September 12

"DRUMS of AFRICA" and
"LONE RANGER IN LOST CITY OF GOLD"
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, Sept. 13, 14, 15
HALEY MILLS in

"THE CHALK GARDEN"
THIS AD and 25c WILL ADMIT 1 ADULT
SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 12


NOTICE
At the Regular Meeting of the City Commission o
Port St. Joe, Florida, held on September 1, 1964, the
posed budget was adopted; subject to its publication an
provided by law.
PROPOSED BUDGET 1964-65
4. .GENERAL FUND
Ad Valorem Taxes (12.2 Mills) $12
71 ESTIMATED REVENUES
Real and Personal Property Taxes
DOccupational Licenses ...-
Fines, Forfeitures and Penalties
Admission Taxes
Permits, feeS, etc.
Garbage Collection Service
Miscellaneous Revenue
Franchise Privilege
Parking Meter Receipts
Holly Hill Cemetery Lot Sales
Forest Hill Cemetery Lot Sales
Cigarette Taxes
Utility Taxes (60%)
Road and Bridge Fund Receipts
Race Track Funds
St. Joseph Fire Control District
Dog Tax


BUDGET PROPOSAL 1964-65-GENERAL FU
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES
City Commission
City Clerk's Office
Municipal Court
City Attorney
Elections
City Hall Maintenance
Police Department
Fire Department
Streets and Highways
&arbage and Trash Removal
Parks and Cemeteries
Non-Departmental
VIiscellaneous
Warehouse and Garage
Interest
Other:
Debt Service:
Certificates of Indebtedness
Hospital Bonds of 1957-58
Refunding Bonds of 1950
Municipal Building Funds
Tax Discount
Transfer to W & S Fund
Capital Outlay
Contingencies
Less: Cash Reserved


of the City of
following pro-
id adoption as


22,025.23


Prod Architect
The Gulf County Board of TPu-b-
lic Instruction Tuesday ,dis 'I.d
the need for rushing their a rclct
with plans for a new lunch mE.)
and expansion of the library in the
High School Library.
Plans for this work were to be
ready at the beginning of school,
but as of yet, are not delivered to
the School Board.
The Board voted to contact the
architect and impress upon him the
need for the plans so that construc-
tion may start.

Guest of Sandra Bass
Miss Ruth Wycroff of Wachulla
was the week end guest of Miss
Sandra Bass. Both girls are enroll-
ed in Jones College in Orlando.

Visiting In Maine
Mrs. Ivey Cooper is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Steve Lucas in Kittery,
Maine.

iARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES -
SIX SENSATIONAL
MODELS FOR 1 ~MT-- 4 -
YOUR RIDING G M fl'M.Tl
PLEASURE --- L ,;--
See us for new and
used motorcycles or motor scooters.
We offer low down payments and
easy terms to fit your pocketbook.
"FOR INFORMATION CALL"
GULF COAST Harley-Davidson
1418 Harrison Ave. SU 5-6363

RUG CLEANING
9 by 12 Rugs, $5.00
CASH AND CARRY
Dyeing Spot Removal
FLOORMASTER RUGATERIA
3425 E. Hwy. 98 PO 3-1545


CATHERINE'S SHOP
First Quality Fabric
Patterns Notions

See Our Spring Hats


2817 E. 5th St.


SU 5-6091


ELLIS MUSIC CO.
HAMMOND ORGANS
Story & Clark Pianos
Guitars Musical Instruments
SHEET MUSIC, INSTRUCTIONS


314 Harrison Ave.


Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Fulmer Mc-
Laurin, Apalachicola, announce the
birth of a baby girl, Paula Jean on
August 31.
Mr. and Mrs. James Durell
Spence, Route 3, announce the


763-2611


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


k. It A &A'inI m


$122,025.23 birth of a son, James Russell on BONDY' S RAMBII*DLK It'
12,000.00 August 28, SALES AND SERVICE ON O Ift(
2,000.00
1,000.00 Mr. and Mrs. Mallard Vernon Rambler Renault M.G. Shc
16,000.00 Griner, 116 Hunter St., announce Austin Healy and
1,000.00 the birth of a baby girl, Connie Repairs on all imports a P
6,000.00 Michelle on September 4. knc
3,600.00 1026 Harrison Ave. Ph. 763-4678 kn*
600.00 Mr. and Mrs, David BruMe May, neig
150.00 Sr., 1309 MOnument AVehue, an- pro
20,000.00 nounce the birth of 4 son, Patrick BO S TOP SHOP
10,000.00 Gregory on September 2. BOB'S TOP SHOP
2,000.00
800.00 Mr. and -Mi%. Oscar Moody Bate.-: Auto Interiors a Specialty
b0b.00 man, Jr., $20 Garrison Avenue, an- 'Complete furniture --v S
nounce the birth of a daughter, Re- T '4ruck Tr.tcr ;eats Repaired
$237,875.23 "Your Home Town Newspab
becca Deneen on September 6. Hwy. 98 Est P 3.1683
ND (All births occurred at the Port and Printers"
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
$ 3,400.00-- --
12,618.06
600.00 B,.-'
2,215.00

26,686.55 C L M IR
5,505.00-Z
39,554.16 Ia
24,513.40

13,660.00 FOR SALE OR RENT: 3 bedroom FOR RENT: House at 214 7th St. FOR RENT: Garage apartment, OFFICE SUPPLIES: 'Typing papt
2,000.00 house on spacious corner lot. $40.00 month. Call 227-7846. 4t furnished. $50.00 a month. No rag content bond, all sizes. 0
10,311.00 Well landscaped. See R. G. Boyles 6 utilities furnished. 1015 Monument ions.in, manuscript covers, carbon
12,795.00 r ll 227-4261 day or 648-4600 OR SALE: 4 bedroom house on Call B. C. Gaillard 227- paper, clips, fasteners, file folde
ftio 7u 30Eertin orteufic heS


5,500.00
12,000.00
1 0
5,000.00
4,440.00
23,806.27
16,085.00
9,433.23
17,000.00
$237,875.23


BUDGET PROPOSAL 1964-65
WATER & SEWER DEPARTMENTS ESTIMATED REVENUES
Water Service $ 52,000.00
Tapping Fees 2,000.00
Service Charges 300.00
Delinquent Fees 900.00
Sewer Service 17,000.00
Sewer Connection Fees 20.00
Sewer Laterals 100.00
Hydrant Rental (40% Utility Tax) 14,000.00
Transfer from General Fund 23,806.27
110,126.27
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES
Water and Sewer Departments 35,630.91
Sewer Department 8,290.00
Water Department 41,015.36
Bond Redemption 18,000.00
Bond Interest Expense 6,740.00
Capital Outlay 450.00
110,126.27
/s/ J. B. WILLIAMS,
City Auditor and Clerk


nights.
FOR SALE
Three bedroom, frame house
with oak floors near Grammar
School. Only $300 down. Total
price $8500.00. FHA financing.
Two bedroom house on Long
Avenue. $200 down. Total price,
$6,000.00. FHA financing.,
Three bedroom masonry house
with 1% baths, large walk-in clos-
et. Buy owner's equity and assume
existing VA mortgage.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Phone 227-3491 211 Reid Ave.

FOR RENT or SALE: 1303 Marvin
Ave. Unfurnished 2 bedroom
house. Den, living room, dining
room. 1250 sq. ft. living area. See
Bob Ellzey or call 227-4611. Avail-
able Sept. 1.
FOR RENT: Furnished brick home.
Large living room with fire place,
dinin groom, two large bedrooms
and garage. 1031 Long Ave. J. A.
Mira. 648-4128 or 227-2711.
FOR RENT: Furnished or unfur-
nished 2 bedroom house near
school. Contact E. W. Beaman,
Phone 227-2541. tfc-8-27
FOR RENT: Apartment. Bedroom,
living room, dining room. Phone
227-8305 or write p. o. box 386. tf


two lots. 405 Woodward Ave.,
lort St. Joe. FHA loan available.
;300 down payment. Payments ap-
)roximately $64 monthly. Total
ost $9,700. Seller will pay FHA fi-
nancing charges. Occupancy im-
mediately. Call 227-4531, Port St.
Joe, or Ben Dickens, 385-1015, Tal-
lahassee. tfc-5-14

FOR RENT: 10th St., 5 room house,
unfurnished, $35 mo. 10th St., 2
bedroom house furnished, $35 mo.
Long Ave., 5 room unfurnished
house, $40 mo. See Mrs. Nora Du-
ren, Phone 227-5471 or phone 229-
2941. 2c-1-16
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished ap-
artment. 1505 Monument Ave.,
Phone 648-4770. tfc


FOR RENT: Furnished waterfront
2 bedroom house with large ja-
lousied porch, St. Joe Beach. Call
227-4991 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. tfc-8-13
FOR RENT: Business property, on
Highway 98. With living quarters
connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6

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: Nice furnished apart-
ment. Couple only. 1621 Monu-
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641 or 227-
3201. tic


(396, 100UU9 Mon. Ave. Le-4-u
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house at
beach. Furnished. 2 baths, living
kitchen, large porch, separate din-
ing room and living room. For in-
formation contact Mrs. Cecil Lyons.
Available Sept. 1. tfc-7-16
FOR RENT or SALE: 2 bedroom
duplex on Palm Blvd. Single
dwelling for sale, 2 bedroom. Easy
terms. Closing cost only. Also du-
plex for sale on 10th Street. Pur-
chaser may assume mortgage. Easy
terms. Call Cecil G. Costin, Jr.


er, WOOD WORKS- Screen doors,
)n- picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
on sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
rs. Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
Yaro MY


927-31 61 .. OVING? Your MAYFLOWER
man is as near as your telephone.
Ss Call 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES
FOR SALE: Registered German ST. JOEacross from the Post
Shepherd puppy, 6 mos. old, $50. OF Local and Long Distance
Also a saddle horse, $150. GeotgeMoving. Free Estimates.
F. Kimbrel, White City. Phone 229- Moving. Free Estimates.
2753 tpU1U ALCOHOLICS-. ANONYMOUS --- eet


2753. 3tp-9-10l
HELP WANTED: Man over 24, va-
cancy in Gulf County or Port St.
Joe for Rawleigh dealer. Full time
preferred. Will consider ambitious
part-timer. Many now earning $3
per hour and up. Write Rawleigh,
FA I 100 1170, Memphis, Ten. 6p


FOR RENT: Furnished three room A
apartment house. Living, bed- TAKE CARE of children' school
room, kitchen and bath. Located expenses! By earning money in
1317 Long Ave. Call 229-3701. your own neighborhood the Avon
way. Write Mrs. Dorothy Martin,
FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom fur- Avon Manager, P. 0. Box 3345,
nished and one 3-bedroom fur- MSS, Tallahassee or call 385-1818.
nished houses at Beach. 2-bedroom
furnished, 2-bedroom unfurnished WANTED: Elderly lady living at
and bedroom furnished houses in Beach to work in grocery store.
Port St. Joe. Enquire at Smith's Apply in person at St. Joe Beach
Pharmacy, Phone .227-5111. tfc Grocery. tfc-8-13
ROOM FOR RENT: Call John W. WOULD TAKE CARE of children,
Brown. Phone 227-8541. tfc-7-16 pre-school age. If interested see
Porter, First Street, Port St. Joe
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un- Beaches. 2tc
'furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60
month. Inquire Jim Mapes 648- SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
3840. tfc-8-20 Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
FOR RENT: First'floor 2 bedroom LOSE WEIGHT safely with new
unfurnished apartment. 228% Campbell's Drug Store. 12tc-8-20
7th St. Phone 227-7761. tW-4-11 Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c.


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
,t Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
Si Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3,164 fo-
ia iher information or write P. 0.
L,. 535.

THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Purt St. Joe lodge
No .111, F. & A. M., ev..-' first
and third Thums dav at 8 0o p.m.

A^'
N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
h. L. BURGE, Secretary


WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 51
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet.
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
companions welcome.
JOE EVANS, High Priest
JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary
FOR SALE: Legal ruled pads. 25c
each. The Star. 227-3161.


Jubilant dental laboratory technology students-John J. Keri-
gan, left, and Richard F. Kosempa, right, have won $500 scholarships
for continuing their education at Durham Industrial Education Cen-
ter, Durham, North Carolina. The scholarships came through the
American Fund for Dental Education.


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per


Historical Society THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida '- URSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1964
To S i r groups are usually coordinated. iss McLane Thanks
To Study Signers The recommendations of the Coun- committee Members
cil this year will be the expansion committee Members
The meeting of the St. Joseph of the existing facilities at the Mu- I would like to offer my thanks
Historical Society was held at the seum to provide a restoration of the corps of workers that co-
City Hall Saturday at 3:00 p.m. The the scene of the signing of "Flor- ated so wel in oducing ou
ida's First Constitution". Descri operated so well in producing oum
meeting was presided over by Mrs. tive plans of the scene were inlud- part of the Labor Day celebration
Louise Porter, vice-president, in ed in the recommendations. Monday. They did the work suw
the absence of president Charles In order to provide the proper perbly and the credit of the job
Smith. i background and information the well done deservedly goes to thefi.
In addition to Mrs. Porter, the1Society agreed to research and pre- The chairmen of these commit-
following members were present- pare a thumb-nail biography of tees who coordinated the work so
Each member of the First Consti- well were:
Mrs. Kate Alsobrook, Mrs. Eunice tution Convention. Assignments of Beauty Contests: Mrs. Myrtle
Brinson, Mrs. Mabel Swatts, Mrs. members were made as follows: Odum, Miss Clara Pate and Mrs.
Eula Pridgeon, Mrs. Ida Ethel Charles Smith, Leon County del- David Carl Gaskin.
Brown, Mrs. Nancy Howell and egates; Jesse Stone, Gadsden Coun- Baking exhibition: Mrs. W. F.
Jesse Stone. ty delegates; Nancy Howell, Madi- Wager, Mrs. Ed Ramsey, Mrs. H.
Mrs. Porter read a letter from son County delegates; Ida Ethel B. Canning and Mrs. Roberta Har-
N. E. "Bill" Miller, Executive Ad- Brown, Duval County delegates; den.
ministrator of the Florida Park Ser- Eula Pridgeon, Alachua County Flower Show and Art and Handi-i
vice, addressed to the Constitution' delegates; Mabel Swatts, Dade craft exhibits: Mrs. Tom Byrd, Mrs-
Museum Advisory Council, request- County delegates; Eunice Brinson, Cecil Hewett and Mrs. W. D. Sykes..
ing recommendation for needs of Escambia County delegates; Kate MINERVA McLANE, Chmn,
this park and museum for the bi- Alsobrook, Walton County dele- Special Events, No. 1
enium of 1965-67. Since this organ- gates; Louise Porter, St. Johns
ization has supported this group County delegates. Peninsula. No information was;
and provided historical background Mrs. Brinson read a letter from available. A request is now to be
information and helped the advis- the library of congress to Hon. made to the Archives of England
ory council in its recommendations Bob Sikes reference to the English through the English Ambassador
in the past, the actions of the two settlement found on St. Joseph via Congressman' Bob Sikes.