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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1964
Star Has Finished
Another year has slipped by
and The Star this week begins its
28th year of publication.
The past year has been a good
one, with every issue getting
out on time (somehow) despite
the day when "Bertha" gave up
We appreciate your coopera-
thion during the past year and
hope that we can do even a bet-
ter job of bringing you the news
of Port St. Joe and Gulf County.
One notable event in the past
year, our subscription list has
climbed from 1,500 to 1,750, an
improvement of which we are
For 98 Association
The advertising and marketing
firm engaged by the U. S. 98 Scen-
ic Route, Inc., will make its final
report and recommendations on
the development of tourism in this
area on Thursday, September 17,
according to S. G. Rowell.
The meeting will take place in
the Apalachicola Courthouse at 8
p.m. and area county commission-
ers, .city officials and legislators
have been- invited, in addition to
members of the sponsoring group.
At this time Dodson, Craddock
& Born, Inc., of Pensacola, will
make specific recommendations for
the future development of the
area. On Saturday, September 12,,
the advertising agency took an at-
titude survey in major supermar-
kets in the three-county area of
Gulf, Franklin and Wakulla. The
results of this attitude survey are
expected to effect recommenda-
tions to be made by the agency.
There is also a plan to have a
contest in the schools in the near
future to come up with a promo-
tionit mune for the three-county
ii-e, .-m-,ias are used forf 1he Mir-
acle Strip, Gold Coast, and other
resfa.rt complexes. A prize -will be
awiaided to the high school stu-
,dent submitting the winning name.
Shark Boosters Will
Meet At Breakfast
Shark Booster President, Jake
Mouchette says that the first in
a series of early morning break-
fast meetings of the association
will begin Friday morning.
The breakfast meeting will be
held at the St. Joe Motel in the
upstairs dining room and break-
fast will be served at 6:30 a.m.
On the menu for Friday, is
grits, biscuits, sawmill gravy,
eggs, smoked mullet, sausage,
bacon, coffee and all that goes
with a good, old-fashioned break- i
All those interested in promo- a
tion of the Sharks are urged to i
be present, 'bright-eyed and
bushy-tailed in the morning. it
Port St. Joe's Fighting Sharks
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Front row, left to right: Lamar Butts, manager, Jerry Parrish,
Dalton Tull, Jim Fensom, Charles Zimmerman, Ricky Thursbay, Jerry
Nichols, Billy Carr, Steve Dees, Joe Hendrix, Byron Humphrey, Manager.
Second row, left to right: Andy Portera, assistant coach, Eugene
Harper, Freddy Anderson, Knapp Smith, Lamar Orrell, Wayne Mahan, Al
Cathey, Herbert Smith, Jimmy Cox, Tommy Atchison, Larry Branch,
Jaycees Get State
'OK' to Proceed
With Fish Reef
The Port St. Joe Jaycees received
*'1. :- .. confirmation on their license ap-
vw. ..., -' plication for their fishing reef this
., week. The confirmation is still
'. ..' .. ., -,' :. .. .". ; i pending upon the acceptance of
S* .. '., I the project by the Gulf County
S' .Board of Commissioners. This move
S. is necessary so that the Jaycees can
receive funds from the State. If
S: the Gulf County Commission ac-
cepts to co-sponsor the project
'* ... along with the City of Port St. Joe
S..and the Jaycees, the fishing reef
"..- -. .' s : will receive up to $1,900
C 3 ,. in matching funds from the Inter-
S nal Improvement Fund. The Jay-.
S"' cees will attend the next County
"'' .... "-- -.'-' .. tCommission meeting to present
^.. --. .... .their project.
.. ,: ..'.. .,:* %.. Now that the Jaycees are cer-
'" "* .-.: ... :... "- .. ... "-<' '""" tain of receiving the necessary
permits, they will start their fi-
nance fund drive going full steam.
The fishing reef fund is up to
Donnie Smith, David Young, George White, Andy Trammell, Charles $259.00 and this amount is only
Williams, Jerry Swan, manager and Bobby Brown, coach. enough to start. The forms are in
the process of being made, and
Third row, left to right: Norton Kilbourn, John Ayers, David James Wood, loce! contractor; is
Dickey, Charles Gibson, Billy Versiga, Junior Nichols, Tommy Wright, ready to start pouring the forms.
Jerome Barnes, Ray Ramsey, Buddy Smith and Jimmy Goodman. This project is one of the first big
Football Season Starts Fri.
PROBABLE LINEMEN-Coach Bobby Brown says that he will prob-
ably pick his starting linemen tomorrow night from the above
young men. They are, front row, left to right: Larry Branch, David
Dickey, Jerry Parrish, Charles Zimmerman and Herbert Smith.
Back row, Jimmy Goodman, Norton Kilbourn, Jerome Barnes and
Buddy Smith. (* photo)
City Asked To Tighten
Area Zoning Ordina
A delegation from North Port St.
Joe, headed by Damon Peters, Jr.,
appeared before the City Commis-
sion Tuesday night asking for more
stringent building restrictions on
the 1014, 1015, 1016, 1017 and 1018
... -. .... .
OLD AND NEW-Miss Marie Rhames, an employee of Smith's Phar-
macy is shown above at the new perfume and toiletries display
center. The "old" is the .table and chair, which were in Port St.
Joe's first drug store, operated by the late Dr. L. H. Bartee.
Smith's Pharmacy Starts 23rd Year
Smith's Pharmacy is observing [remodeled inside and new lines of
its 23rd anniversary under the merchandise added to their stock.
present ownership this week. The Two generations of Smith's now
pharmacy, the oldest in Port St. operate the popular drug store.
Joe, was sold by the LeHardy fam- Edward Smith and his father, John
ily to John Robert Smith 23 years Robert, are both graduates of Au-
ago. The store was formerly across burn School of Pharmacy. The two
the street in the Kennedy Electric Smiths invite everyone to come by
building, in earlier days of Port St. their remodeled store Friday and
Joe, according to Smith. visit, register for prizes and look
The anniversary observance is over their new lines of merchan-
being held in conjunction with a. dise.
remodeling celebration. The phar- Be sure and see their advertise-
macy was just recently extensively ment in this week's issue.
Port St. Joe's football Sharks
will take to the gridiron here at
home tomorrow night in their first
game of the 1964 football season.
As usual, the Sharks opener is
with arch-rival and ever dangerous
The Sharks will field 13 boys
this year with game experience and
a host of others that coach Bobby
Brown describes as tough, hard
working and eager to play. Coach
Brown says of his squad, "If en-
thusiasm, size, and ,willingness to
work at practice will win football
games, we will win our share this
Brown says the Sharks are bigger
this year than last with a line that
will average close to 180 pounds
per man. The backfield is made
up of large boys, also with lack of
experience in the running halfback
positions, the Sharks greatest lia-
The Sharks are described by
Brown as being a mite slow this
year, but they are strong on size,
strength and willingness to mix it
up and play hard football. "You
will see a team capable of scoring
this year", Brown told The Star.
While most of the experienced
boys are larger, the Sharks have a
variety of sizes in its squad this
blocks in that section of Port St. year. The team members range Battle Street to North Park Ave-
Joe. from young Joe Hendrix at 90 nue.
The i".i,: made several pounds to Herbert Smith at 240 Service will begin on Monday,
points that they would like includ- pounds. The larger percentage of September 21, 1964, and all pat-
ed in the restrictions. the boys range in the area of 165 to rns of the area who desire home
The petitioners requested: that 200 pounds. mail delivery will be required to
an immediate halt be made to mov-! The starting line-up for Friday provide a suitable mail recepti-
ing in old and delapidated houses. night's game is still uncertain, but cle and house numbers.
to these blocks; that only new Brown has narrowed his men down Costin also stated that patrons
buildings of new materials be al- to those who will probably start. I should also file a change of ad-
lowed in the area; that the lot In the backfield it will be Bill Ver- dress with the post office.
sizes be arranged to give a more siga, who played on the line two
pleasing appearance after they are years ago and now switched to half-
built on; that the limitations on back. Versiga weighs 185 pounds. r .
area for new houses be changed Charles Gibson, who played defen- j'' J -
from 800 square feet to 1,000 sive halfback some last year will Are
square feet and that street lights probably get some running chores AreS ~e.e i
and paving be furnished for the this year. He w-ighs 150 pounds.
streets in the area not now equip- Al Cathey is back again at quarter- The editors for Port St. Joe High
ped with these items. back and weighs in at 165 pounds. School's two publications, the "Pur-
The Council was sympathetic Cathey has been in this spot for ple Wave" and "The Monument"
with the desire to improve the area two years. Junior Nichols will ten- have been named.
and told the petitioners that they tatively start at fullback and may Miss Paula Lovett, daughter of
would take the requests under ad- see some quarterbacking chores. Mr. and Mrs. Joel B. Lovett, 1604
visement and see what could be He tips the scales at 175. The other Monument Avenue, is the editor of
accomplished, back prospect is David Young who the 1965 edition of "The Monu-
Other Business was a first year running back last ment", yearbook. Miss Lovett has
In other business before the year. Young weighs in at 150. been active in many school activi-
Commission, the last reading of a Probable starters on the line will ties. This year she is a member of
request to call an election for the be Larry Branch, a first year man, the senior high band, a representa-
purpose of granting a cable tele- David Dickey, who was in the back- tive to the Student Council, and
vision franchise in the City to field last year, Jerry Parrish a last a member of the National Honor
James Avant was read. The first year lineman, Charles Zimmerman Society.
reading of an election resolution also from last year, Herbert Smith Miss Marie Rhames, who is the
was read and the election tenta- who played a good bit last year, 16-year-old daughter of Mrs. A. B.
tively scheduled for .November 17. Jimmy Goodman who is back for Rhames of First Street, Highland
The Board heard a request from his fourth year, Norton Kilbourn View is editor of the school's news-
Willie Benton Williams to locate who played last year also, Jerome paper, the "Purple Wave". Miss
a funeral home in block 1015 in Barnes who played some last year Rhames is president of the Nation-
North Port St. Joe. This request and Buddy Smith who played a al Honor Society, and a member of
was refused because of zoning re- little last year. the Port St. Joe High School Stu-
strictions now in effect on the area. New Conference dent Council.
The budget was formally adopted The Sharks open this year in a Both girls were chosen for these
at the advertised 12.2 mills report- new conference. After pulling out highly responsible positions be-
ed in The Star last week. of the too-big Northwest Florida cause of the leadership ability, de-
The City Attorney, Cecil G. Cos- Conference, a new, Gulf Coast pendability, skills and resourceful-
(Continued On Page 12) (Continued On Page 12) ness.
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STARTING BACK CANDIDATES Pictured above are the candidates
for starting positions in the backfield at Friday night's game are.
from left to right, Billy Versiga, Charles Gibson, Al Cathey, Junior
Nichols and David Young. (*- photo)
Band Parents Will
Meet Tonight At 8:00
The Band Parents Association
attractions to be pushed to attract
sportsmen and tourists to this area.
Those interested in the fishing reef
project and its completion, should
contact a Jaycee or go to the Flor-
ida National Bank and express
your desire to help. As with all
projects, money is needed badly if
this project is to be accomplished
and the Jaycees are asking mer-
chants and the public to join in the
financing of the reef. Each block
that will be placed at the reef will
cost $16.00. The Jaycees hope to
place at least 200 blocks.
Donors to the project so far are:
Driftwood Motel, Western Auto, St.
Joe Furniture, Governor Motel,
Hollanday Motel, Wonder Bar, St.
Joe Loan Co., Buckhorn Bar, Gulf
Sands Motei, L')wn's Sporting
Goods (Pensacola), Jayceettes, Foy
Scheffer, John Griswold and John
Tool Shed Damaged
By Fire Monday Noon
A tool shed caught fire in the
back yard of the J. T. Faught home
at 816 Garrison Avenue Monday,
calling the fire department to duty.
The alarm was sounded at 12:30.
No appreciable damage was done
to the tool shed or its contents.
Cause of the fire was reported
lo have been children playing
with matches. Fire chief Bob Ell-
will meet Thursday night at 8:00 zey said that the seats of the of-
p.m., in the High School band room. fending children wound up hotter
All parents who are interested in lhan the fire.
the welfare of the High School ____
Band are reqeusted to attend. It Wewa Grotup To Host
is especially important that all of- O Co1rerca
!ficers of the organi.-ation b Cham r of Comm e
ent. 1 The Po:, St. ..1e-Gu.f County
The schedule of business will be C.h. cr if C ,,':,co wi' l have
as follows: Reading of the mi;mues i' Zb K !;i;tin ".rdlay-
of the last meeting by Mrs. Antley; 'cn: embc. at 7:30 p.m., EST.
Financial report made by Mrs. Wi-' Th4 Chamber memb-n" R will be
ley: Review of old business pro- guests of the WewvuhiIlhe-- Devel-
jects as necessary 'vith the objh'c-- o; -; ,:nt (Cornilt'. at a iL.:' fry to
tive of improving procedures'; Ji- b" given aR Geore Tapper's camp
producing new buOincss proi',ct:-i, on the D-ead Lakes.
for the current year. All men-herts are t I d to at'erd.
I l I i" ,' ".*
EDITORS CONFER-Miss Paula Lovett, left, editor of "The Monu-
ment" and Miss Marie Rhames, editor of "The Purple Wave" plan
for the year's activities. (-* photo)
MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants!
Post Office Extends
City Delivery Route
Postmaster Chauncey Costin
announced today that city mail
delivery would be extended to
that area on Avenue A between
Battle Street and North Park
AvenueiA and on Avenue B from
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TOASTIES 8 oz. 21c
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MARGARINE, Lb. Ctns ....------..... 2 for 50c
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R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
PMHON MALL 7-401
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
Things could be worse. Suppose
our errors were counted and pub-
lished every day like those of a
baseball player? (quoted W. P.)
The political candidates seem to
know what this country needs. Why
shouldn't we make a stab at it?
Here goes: At least 10 Billy Gra-
hams, for every state in the union
(to lead us down the sawdust trail)
(non-denominational) Whew: that
was a long word. One difficulty
with this column, too much to
write about. "What" is the trouble-
some decision! One thing sure:
Looks like this "Tattler" must
cease from doing so much of what
"me" wants to do and start in do-
ing more that NEEDS to be done.
Answer: (one little word) WORK!
Let's hope this decision sticks.
May we reserve the privilege to
say "what we want to say" here?
Roving here and there Tattle:
Today's MPR chuckle sounds time-
ly at this end of summer hurricane
season Summer is what you
wait for all year, complain about
when it arrives, and wonder where
it is gone". This is written during
Dora's dying days (still belching
gale winds). It's interesting to ob-
serve that it takes a hurricane
warning to get some males to
shop! A nummber of Port St. Joe
men shopped Boyles second floor
men and boys store the first time!
In fact, some of the faces we had
not seen in Boyles for months and
months. It is evident that men pre-
fer exclusive, private sort of
shopping, now available.
In these days of trials and tx "u-
lations a thought from the Bi-
ble worth remembering: "He deliv-
ers the afflicted by their affliction
and opens their ear by adversity"
Job 36:15 Now we know what
Boyles needs after TV viewing of
a lively, lovely group of high school
football cheerleaders! Enthusiasm
at its best!'
Acme boots (the world's largest
boot makers) are here for men,
boys and,girls, by far the best style
selection we've ever shown-main
floor-5 to 12 (toddlers up).-2nd
floor-1212 to 6, 6% to 12 .
Warm, sincere friendship as ex-
perienced with many of our cus-
tomers adds spice and pleasing fla-
vor to living and working. One cus-
tomer (and friend) has brought us
delicious home nourished grapes
and chestnuts several times. We did
not know that chestnuts could be
grown here. Another example of
human ingenuity and effort work-
ing in harmony with mother na-
ture. We suppose that real friend-
ship could be described with words
of the Apostle Paul: "Suffereth
long and is kind seeketh not
its own; is not puffed up" and so
on. We could not be happy in busi-
ness that produced customers mi-
nus friends. Loyal, sincere friends
afford the small independent mer-
chant a reason for being, a chance
for staying, an opportunity to serve
and sell with "something added".
Big business (many times cold and
machine like) cannot match this
ingredient that supplies the needs
of the spirit as well as necessities
and luxuries for the body.
Truly the small independent bus-
iness renders a vital function in
the life and heart of America. The
glitter and glamour of financial
JOHN PRESNELL MAKES
DEAN'S LIST AT AUBURN
AUBURN Auburn University
undergraduates whose grades for
the summer quarter just ended
gave them a place on the Dean's
Honor Roll have been announced.
They include John B. Presnell
of Port St. Joe, a student in the
School of Architecture and the
power and material splendor as
seen in larger stores need not dis-
may nor discourage the individual
merchant who performs his pecu-
liar and important function with
relish, diligence and thoroughness.
May we ever be mindful of our spe-
cial calling: Service and selling
with "that something added".
Now, let's make a deal (no time
left for idle Tattle)
No. 1, Check Boyles special shop-
per's savings on this page.
No. 2, tune in WJOE 8 and 9
a.m., Monday through Friday for
Boyles Sunshine Values (for rair
and cloudy weather, too) and Bul-
No. 3, Enjoy Boyles exclusive
shopping service. Women and chil-
dren, main floor-men and boys,
No. 4, Pay cash or use your cre-
dit card for charge service. Be our
guest we need your business!
And your friendship! We like you!
P.S.: A new venture. Do you have
a question? The Tattler will make'
an effort to give an answer. If
you don't make it too hard. You
may use a blind signature. DE, OC,
AB or XYZ, if desired. Address,
your letter to TATTLER, Box 279, i
Port St. Joe, Florida. A special
prize goes to the first question re-
ceived. Let's go! RGB
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
222 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla. Phone 227-4261
"Your Home-Owned Friendship Store"
NEW MAIN FLOOR. Women and Children's Wear
SPECIAL GROUP LADIES
Hi and Med. | r
Heels f UJ E
Leathers, Patents .
$3. Narrow and Medium Widths
. Narrow and Medium Widths
Parking Fee Refunded With Purchase!
SECOND FLOOR ... Men and Boys Wear
Shoes, 12V and up
Leather uppers Sturd
12V2 to 3
312 to 6
Parking Fee Refunded With Purchase!
WANTED: 100 men who prefer Made-to-Your-Measure
Clothes. Call Glenn Boyles, 227-4261. For evening
appointment call 648-4600. Over 300 new Fall samples
to select from $52.50 up.
Tapper Acknowledges Funds
And Work Given Celebration
The first annual Labor Day Cele- Wewahitchka State Bank, $50.00; of all other events, such as the
bration held in Port St. Joe on Apalachicola Northern Railroad parade, which was headed up by
September 7 was deemed a success Co., $100.00; Papermakers Local, Jake Koller; the greasy pole, go-
pher race, frog jumping, headed up
by all the people of Gulf County. $200.00; Lion's Club, $25.00; Rotary by J. T. Simpson; the cast net con-
This was the first time that all of Club, $25.00; Jaycees, $25.00; Ma- test headed by Otis Pyle; golf driv-
the employers joined by the civic chinists Local, St. Joe Paper Co., ing by Bob Vervacke; the horse
clubs, and political subdivisions of $200.00; City of Port St. Joe, $75.00; shoe pitching, little boys baseball
the county, joined hands with all St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph game, horse show headed by Tom
organized labor in putting on the Co., $100.00; Electricians Lical, St. Coldewey. All of these events were
celebration honoring the laboring Joe Paper Co., $50.00; Florida a big success; the Program Comn-
man. The following is a list of the Power Corp., labor and free elec- mittee, chairmaned by Dick McIn-
sponsoring organizations: Paper- tricity; West Florida Gas Co., labor tosh, and vice-chairman W. J. Her-
makers Local, St Joe Paper Co.; and free gas; Gulf Coast Electric ring, with all of their members
Electricians Local, St. Joe Paper Cooperative, electric cookers. did an excellent job. The commit-
Co.; Pulp and Sulphite Local, St. It is impossible to give recogni- tzes special thanks goes to David
Joe Paper Co.; Machinists Local, tion to all the people in the county Carl Gaskin for his fine job in
St. Joe Paper Co.; Brotherhood of who contributed their itme and la- MC-ing the two beauty contests.
Locomotive Engineers; Brotherhood bor in making this celebration the Our thanks also goes to Honorable
of Trainmen; Machinists Local, Ap-,success it was ,but in naming just Mark Fisher, vice-preisdent, Re-
alachicola Northern Railroad Co.; a few-the Coordinating Commit- gional Director of the United Pa-
Communication Workers of Amer- tee, Sid Brown, Joe Parrott, and per Workers, principal speaker of
ica; International Longshoremen W. C. Robinson; the Finance andl the ceremonies. We also wish to
Association; United Mine Workers Budget Committee, Walter Dodson t.;nk the American Legion; Dr. T.
District 50, Local 107, Glidden Co.; and Roy Gibson; the Dinner Com-' S. Harris, pastor, First Methodist
United Mine Workers District 50, mittee, Gordon Farris, chairman, Church, for their part inCMFWY
Local 14963, Michigan Chemical; president of Machinist Local and Church, Rev. C. Byron Smith, pas-
Port St. Joe-Gulf County Chamber Roy Irwin, vice-chairman, Bob Bu- tor, First Bapt;st Church, for their
of Commerce; Retail Merchant's chert, Ben Williams, Robert Ned- part in the program; also to Otis
Division; Port St. Joe Jaycees; Ro- ley, Earl McCormick and dozens of Pyle for furni-;hinf, new cars for
tary Club; Kiwanis Club; Lion's others, within the City of Port St. sight seeing for th visitcrm; Ed
Club; Gulf County Commissioners; Joe furnishing labor and .transpor- pamsey for his overall weor!: during
City of Port St. Joe; City of Wewa- station and watchmen; the Dance !th. celebration.
hitchka; St. Joe Paper Co.; Glidden! Committee, Cecil Curry, chairman
Co.; Michigan Chemical Co.; Apa- and Guerry Melton and many oth- At this date we do not have a
lachicola Northern Railroad Co.; ers, such as the women in decorat- ful financial statement but we
St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph ing the Centennial Building; Mon- feel that from the financial stand-
Co.; George G. Tapper Co., St. Joe ica Stone, Marion Hendrix, Myrtle point, it was a success, as we hope
Stevedoring Co. Odum, Mrs. Milton Anderson, Jake to have money left over to apply to
Those making financial contribu- Mouchette heading up the drink 1h1 1965 celebration.
tions to the celebration: St. Joe committee, where the members of It is felt by many that a program
Paper Co., $100.00 and hundreds his committee dispensed ice and of this type will lead to more har-
of dollars worth of labor and ma- soft drinks during the dance; Pub- monious relationship between la-
terial; Kiwanis Club $25.00; Dis- licity Committee, headed up by Bob bor, management, and the business
trict 57, 107 (Glidden) $50.00; Dis- Sidwell, Clyde Fite and Wesley people of the county.
trica 50, 14963 (Michigan) $100.00; Ramsey, did an outstanding job;
Glidden Co., $100.00; Citizens Fed- Special Events Committee No. 1, GEORGE G. TAPPER,
eral Savings & Loan Assn., $25.00; headed by Miss Minerva McLane, General Chairman
Port St. Joe-Gulf County Chamber vice-chairman Mrs. Dottie White, __
of Commerce $100.00; St. Joe which had charge of the two beau-
Stevedoring Co., $50.00; Interna- ty contests, the art show and the
tional Longshoremen, Local 1713, baking contest, was tremendous .PINES
$30.00; J. Lamar Miller, $50.00; success, with so many of the ladies 'i''P NE S
Board of County Commissioners, contributing a gread deal of work; "I Stand Tall
$150.00; Retail Merchant's Divi- Special Events Committee No. 2, i Floridas
sion, $450.00 (TV set); George G. chairmaned by W. C. Robinson, In Florida s
Tapper Co., $100.00; Florida Na- president of the Papermakers Lo- J jJ Future!
tional Bank at Port St. Joe, $100.00; cal, which committee was in charge r
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1964
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Journalism Class At High School Names Staffs To
'Produce "The Monument" and the School Newspaper
Over 19 Million Are
Receiving SS Benefits
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1964
James Todd is
Today there are over 19 million of those benefits is determined by PARRIS ISLAND, S. C. (FHTNC)
persons receiving more than $1 the wages credited to a worker's -Marine Private James R. Todd,
billion a month in Social Security account son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Todd
benefits. These beneficiaries in- Employers are required by law of Port St. Joe, is scheduled to
clude childretired workers, wives, wi- to report employees' earnings tograduate September 9 from recruit
dows, children, disabled workers epor employees' earnings to
adows hers e d isote wmoretrs the Internal Revenue Service. That training at the Marine Corps Re-
and others. None of these paymentsoffice forwards the reports to the cruit Depot, Parris Island, S. C.
would have been possibled had if each Social Security accounting office The training included drill, bay-
wage earner involved had not numhad berin Baltimore, Maryland. There are onet training, physical fitness, par-
or if he had not used it properly, over 100 million individual earn- ades and ceremonies and other
or if he had not used it properly,ings
according to John V. Carey, Social ings accounts in this record-keep-
Security District Manager in Pan- ing center and more than 300 mil-
SeCuityDlion earnings items are received
The Social Security account each year from employers. Since
; _many people have similar names,
nIUI iU C i. alsU la me y. oJ any D -
efits that may be paid to workers name ando oclai security num- ^ U '
fits their maybeepaid to workers ber are needed to make sure that i
and their deen Thamountfull credit is given to the correct i
Library Makes Therefore, a worker should show ,
'Lib ary M s his Social Security card to his em-
Select ionUAva"*Iabl ployer so that he may make a re-,
Selection Available corofthe name an.d n mber
they appear oh the card. I~ the ,
Saint Joseph's Children's Libra- Social Security card is lost, the
ry, located on Eighth Street, makes local Sodal Security office will
a wide selection of books available help the employee get a duplicate.
Two classes at Port St. Joe High Paula Lovett; organizations editor, I Junior High editor, Celia Creech; to chilren of all ages. The lorary AISO, if a person changes ms or
School provide an opportunity for Fran Gunn feature editor, Sandra Activity editor, Robin Brown and is open on Tuesdays, Thursdays her name for some reason-mar-
School provide an opportunity for Fran Gunn; feature editor, S assistant activity editor, Linda Cox. and Fridays from 4 to 5 p.m. riage ,etc.-he or she should notify
student participation in journalism, Williams; assistant feature editor, __t "The Biggest Bear" Grades 1-3. the Social Security office. A new
business and allied skills. Barbara Weeks; recorder, David GOSPEL SING SCHEDULED Johnny goes out to shoot a bear card showing the new name and
The journalism class under the Henderson and reporters, Shaleen IN EASTPOINT SUNDAY but instead brings home a cub the same account number will be
direction of Mrs. Margaret Biggs, Dunlap and Wanda Odom. A which he keeps until the bear be- issued.
and the business machine class un- Business machines class: Norma A "Big Fellowship Gospel Sing" comes a trial and tribulation to the Remember, the Social Security
der the direction of Mrs. Betty Tra- B sness one BS per wil be held in Eastpoint at the whole valley. So he tries to "lose" account number is the key to So-
week work together to publish the HaPeterson, Betty Sims, Wanda Seggy Pentecostal Holiness Church Sun- the bear with results that are satis- cial Security payments and the
school's newspaper, "The 'Purple Hask ins, Judyims, Pul erc, day, September 20 at 2:30 p.m. factory to both. card is a permanent record of
sWave" wp EUDurwood Culver, Mi n. 'P The sing is being promoted area- "Evangeline and the Acadians"' your account number. Every indi-
Students in the journalism class ine heri, Barbara Whitfield wide and all churches and singers Grades 4-6. An absorbing account vidual should use the same num-
are responsible for gathering ara Norris, Jo Ann WBranch are invited. Singing will be con- of the French settlers of Nova Sco- ber al lhis life, keep his card in
news, writing articles and editing. Betty Brooksand Sonja an eson-ducted by the "Assembly Gospel tia (Acadia) who were forced to a safe place, and use it properly.
The business machines class The journsm duction Singers" of Port St. Joe. A short leave by the British in 1755. The The Social Security office in Pan-
types the articles on stencils, mi- siblf the sfor the complearbook "TheMpron message will be delivered by Rev. narrative explains what happened, ama City is located at 1135 Harir-
meoscopes headlines and art fea- of the school's yearbook, The Mon- Robert Cary. to them, how they settled on the son Ave., telephone 763-5331.
tures, mimeographs and binds the ument. Eastern coast of the United States --
paper. "The Monument's" editors are: Legion Pn st Plans and were later found as far south
Members of "The Purple Wave" Editor, Paula Lovett; assistant edi- as Louisiana where their descend-
staff-are as follows: Editor, Marie tor, Fran Gunn; business manager, For Barbecue Supper ants still live.
Rhames; assistant editor, Celia Wanda Odom; assistant business "Guadalcanal Dairy" Grades 7-8.
Creech; business manager, Norma manager, Betty Hammond; sports Post 116, The American Legion One of the most dramatic, impor-
Peterson (business machines class);, editor, Billy Versiga; assistant is holding a chicken barbecue Sat- tant and critical invasions in
business manager, Fran Robbins sports editor, David Henderson; urday, September 19,. from 5:00 to World War II is retold here in a
(journalism class); first assistant feature editor, Shaleen Dunlap; fa- 8:00 p.m. diary that covers the events con-
business manager, Robin Brown; culty editor, Marie Rhames; classes Contact Tom Smith, John T. nected with it. The account relates
sports editor, Billy Versiga; assist- editors: Senior editor, Barbara Simpson, Arnold Da'ieEl, George the heavy naval coverage, the land-
ant sports editor, Charles Thomas; Weeks; assistant, Charles Thomas; Padgett, Walter Graham or Albert ing, the occupation of the little
social editor, Betty Hammond; as- Junior editor, Sandra Williams; Thames for tickets or call by the seven-mile piece of land and the
sistant social editors, Linda Cox Sophomore editor, Fran Robbins; American Legion building between tremendous defense of the island
and Becky, Childers; art editor, Freshman editor, Becky Childers; the above hours for burbeeme to go. by our ri"pss.
Pvt. James R. Todd
e military subjects. Three weeks
were spent on the rifle range fir-
ing the M-14 rifle and other in-
Recruit training prepares Mar-
ines for further specialized train-
ing in a service school or with a
unit of the Fleet Marine Force. He
will report to Camp Lajeune, N.
C., for further combat infantry
Leaves To Join
Husband In Germany
Mrs. Carolyn Young left for
Frankfurt, Germany on August
8 to join her husband, Donnie,
who is stationed with the 13th
Infantry. They will be in Ger-
many for 18 months.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
MARTHA LOUISE LINDSAY,
OLIVER B. LINDSAY,
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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Highland View Golden Agers Enjoy Night of Good
Helen Carter and CA Group Meets Entertainment At Meeting Monday
The Christ Ambassadors of the h g C .u h
The Golden Agers Club held.
S. Highland View Assembly of God
1 |EI Itheir regular meeting at the Stac *
W ed O Churchiheld their regular, mIee inge House on Monday evening with 17 Legion Auxiliary
R a lp h :1 ir.t ..... o CuhhedtereglrmtiFriday at7:45 p.m. Inhrg omemberspresent .: :
.... ^ .... ~, ~the programs Quincy Hand and "eTspresent.
The marriage of Miss Helen Car- bride: Larry Carter, brother of he inda avis ..a :, The dpresentfthelu Mrs. eriainS LOffnicersi
ter and Ralph Elliot was solemniz- bride, was ring bearer. The'service was opened by pi- Alma Vanlandmgham, ,opened he T e American Leion A xiliary,
ed Saturday, August 22 at Williams Attendants wore blue dresses of meeting with prayer. nit 116, met at the Motel for a
Memorial Methodist Church in peau de sole featuring sweetheart .er by Mrs. Bob Raffield. The song A short business meeting follow- Un he, .o .epte.Mer a ..t ('.
Blountstown. necklines and bell shaped skirts of service was conducted by Patricia ed. It was decided that the club lncheon on September 8 at 1 00
The bride is the daughter of Mr. street length. Their headpieces .Davis. The, offering was taken by would visit the Senior Citizens' p.m-
and Mrs. Paris Carter of Blounts- were pill boxes of matching fabric Robert Raffield. The prayer request Club in Panama City as soon as a Mrs. Anne Hart. District Presi-
town. The bridegroom is the son which held their short circular 'was taken by Betty Creamer. A spe- date could be arranged between dent, introduced the Unit Presi-
of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Elliot of veils. Each carried a nosegay of cial in song was given by Mrs. Raf- the two clubs, dent, Mrs. Lois Daniell. Mrs Dan-
Port St. Joe. white carnations with white satin 'field, Sonia Tuttle, Bill Jones and After the business of the club iell then introduced the State
The Reverend Jack Taylor offi- streamers. Leroy Jones. was concluded an hour of enter- President, Mrs. Carrie Mae Rob-
ciated at the double ring ceremony. Buddy Knight, Port St. Joe, Was Those taking part in the program tainment followed, under. the sup- erts, who was guest speaker for
.Pianist was.-Miss. Donna.,Poke of b'st man. Ushers were DanielJAl- were:. Bill Jones \\bo read Luke ervision of Mrs. Calla Perritt. At the dinner.
Blountstown. ford of Sneads, cousinof the bride 23:34; Mrs. Raffield reading Luke this time the Golden Agers really Mrs. Roberts spoke on the four
The bride, who was given in mar-' and :Ge'orge Sanders, Bristol. Jun- 23:43; Leroy Jones reading John proved that they could return to a most important phases of the-
,riage-by hertfather, .re a bailer-: iorwush'ers'ere Roger'darter. bro- 19:26-27; Mrs. Quincy Hand giving second childhood by the enthusias- Unit's program.
#iaa length' gown of peau tde sole their bA the' bride and, Duncan Al. John 19:28; Quincy..Hand reading tic manner in which they took part Other members present were
and lace. The bodice featured a' ford oftSneads. Matthew 27:46; Betty Creamer read in a Mother Goose contest. Also, Mrs. Madaleine Whitaker, Mrs.;
petal neckline embroidered with Mrs. Carter chose for the occa- Johri 19:30 and K'thryn Hand read by the extent of their imagination Ruth McCormick, Mrs. Mamie Lou
sequins and', had three quarter sion a full skirted dress of blue Luke 23:46. : as they told a progressive, story of Dare, Mrs. Ludie Daniell and Mrs.
length sleeves. The bouffant skirt brocade' with' beige 'accessories. The scriptures that were read a prehistoric dragon. This dragon Mozelle Trammell.
was embroidered with Alencon lace Her' corsage was of white carna- were discussed'by the group, began his existence in a far-off ..: .
applique. An apron type panel tions. M1s. JElliotwore a two piece' The program was closed with the land and after a 'fantastic journey ;T
:framed her ruffled back skirt. dress of turquoise linen with. wlite Lord's Prayer. over mountains and seas; he end- Thanks for T htif
She carried' a white satin Bible accessories and a corsage of whitai The C. 'A. meets each Friday ed his colorful life by trying to
topped with a cascade of white car- carnations. night at 7:45 p.m. The program catch his reflection in Wakulla Shop Donations
nations with white satin streamers. Parents of the bride entertained next Friday will be conducted by Springs. His skeleton now stands opDonations
Miss Mary Ann Carter, sister of with a reception following the cere- Sonia Tuttle, Patricia Davis and in the Science Building at FSU. Mrs. Paul S. Fensonm', chairman
the bride, was maid of honor. mony. ,Robert Raffield. Everyone is in- The next meeting of the Golden of the Hospital Auxiliary 'Thrift
Bridesmaids were Miss Linda Car- Miss Ouida Carter, sister of the vited to attend. Agers will be in the home of Mrs. Shop offered the thanks of the or-
ter, cousin of the bride from Port bride, kept the bride's book. Mrs. Betty Creamer, Reporter Calla Perritt on September 28. ganization, this week, to Carp's.
St. Joe, Miss Patsy Bailey, cousin Ed Smith cut the cake and pouring Webb's 5c and 10c, St Joe Fur-
of the bride, Miiss Marlene Price punch were Mrs. Barry Faircloth of After a wedding trip to the sou- Jayceettes Hear nature and Appliance Co., for arti-
and Miss Sue Adkins. Flower girl Sneads and Mrs. Clawton Carter, then part of the state, the couple cles donated to the Thrift Shop for
was Sandra Bailey, cousin of the aunt of the bride. will be at home in Port St. Joe. CoUnty Health Doctor sale.
The Port St. Joe Jayceettes met
Monday night at the St. Joe Motel
with 13 menihers present.
Dr. Willa Dean Lowery spoke to
the group in regards to the needs
in our county, and how civic organ-
izations can help in these capaci-
The business portion of the
meeting followed. It was announc-
ed that the Jayceettes have a new
child to sponsor 'at the Sunland
The social committee discussed
olans for an October Hallowe'en
party with Jaycee husbands.
Pie and coffee were served by
hostesses, Mrs. Sara Peters and
Mrs. Gladys Brown. Door prize was
won by Mrs. Charlotte Nedley.
Mrs. Dot Pippin and Mrs. Cyn-
thia Howard will be hostesses for
the next meeting.
Say You Saw It In The Star
Mivrs. rensom stated thnat many
school clothes were available for
sale now. The Thrift Shop is also
asking for contributions of more
clothes from anyone in the area.
Those having clothes or articles
to contribute should call Mrs.' C.
G. Costin, Jr., Mrs, Ed Ramsey or
Mrs. Tom Smith.
All proceeds from the Thrift
Shop goes to purchase needed arti-
cles for the Municipal Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Autry
Whittington, 521 Sixth Street an-
nounce the birth of .a baby girl,
Lisa Louise on September 10 at
the Port St. Joe Municipal Hospi-
Visitors from Tennessee
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Marlow and
children spent last week with his
mother, "Granny" Marlow and her
mother, Mrs. Graham. -
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1964
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank all the people
,of this area who were so kind and
considerate during my recent ill-
ness. : ..
Your prayers, kind words, inter-
est, flowers, cards and other mani-
festations'of concern were and are
very much appreciated by us..
We especially offer our heartfelt
gratitude to our Pastor, Rev. C.
Byron Smith and Dr. William F.
Wager for their untiring efforts in
my behalf, and to the personnel at
Municipal Hospital for the really
excellent service we received the
three weeks I was there.
May God bless you.
D. E. White and. family
Gayle Griffin Completes
'Jones College Studies
On Friday, September 4, the
graduation exercises of Jones .Col-
lege was held in the Windsor Ball-
room of the Hotel Robert, Meyer
Gayle Grifin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. Griffin, received his
Associate in Science Degree. He
was also awarded the Silver Medal
Among some of his activities he
was: chairman of Harrison Hall,
chairman of dormitory councellor,;
judge of judicial court, chairman
of athletic committee and vice-
president. of the bowling ,team.
Miss Kay Creech, whohas been
working aq Asbury Park,. ., J., is
.spending; two weeks with hier nan.
I aken T NKU ents, Mr. and Mrs. ,Gus Creech. Kay
c a t.s will leave September 24,.o enter
Adolications are now available. Asbury College.at Willmore, Ky
,for the Navy's nineteenth annj-al K- ...
NROTC qualification 'test, accord- Smokey Says:
inr to Mrs. Ivey, counselor, at the
Pot 'St. Joe High School.'The na-
tionwide.examination will be given
December 12. 1964. and' all eligi-,
ble male high' school seniors and.
graduates may apply.
On the basis of this test, personal
interviews, physical examinations, rI
and other factors, over 2,000 young NO MORE I
men will be given college educa-
tions as midshipmen in NROTC
units in 52 well-known colleges
and universities throughout the KEY
Registrations for the test will o -
close November 20. Informational .--770
bulletins and applications are avail-
able from Mrs. Ivey or the nearest Smokey's against this-so are
U. S. Navy Recruiting Station. a lot of other peoDlel
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Thursday and Friday, September 17 and 18
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Saturday, September 19
3 BIG SHOWS -
'Presley in "KISSING COUSINS"
"MAIL ORDER BRIDE" and "CARRY ON NURSE"
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, September 20, 21 and 22
"PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES"
William Holden and Audrey Hepburn
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE BEGINNING
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CD Director Tells
Kiwanis of "Watch"
Gulf County Civil Defense Direc-
tor A. P. Jackson was guest speak-
er to the Kiwanis Club Tuesday at
Jackson told of some of the pre-
paration made in Gulf County for
the expected visit by hurricane
Jacksbn said that Gulf County
comes under the direction of the
Tallahassee district weather bu-
reau office. He said that the Talla-
hassee gives advisories on when to
go to emergency status, prediction
of tides, winds, etc.
Jackson said that the local de-
fense system is divided up into a
team of workers and these workers
coordinate their efforts as to trans-
preparation, evicuatiin procedures
and other vital activities needed
for the safety ofI the population.
Jackson said j-that if took the
team four h6urg to get "ready for
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1964
Published Ev'-y Thursday At 305 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
By TIe Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
operation Wednesday afternoon
and he declared this readiness time
would be reduced at subsequent
Emrgency power was provided
for the CD headquarters, part of
the evacuation shelters and the lo-
cal radio station, to enable trans-
mission of storm data in case of
He cited that with the present
power supplies to Port St. Joe set
up by Florida Power, electricity
should not fail, but there may be
some failure in sections of the area
due to poles being blown down,
fires broken, etc.
North St. Joe CB
Club Sets Up "Net"
: :Called upon by Police Chief H.
W. .Griffin and local civil defense
officials to maintain losee com-
mulication flitnk' with area ico-or-
dinators during the Dora and Eth-
el hurricane alert, tlhil'Nrth St.
Joe Citizen Band Club led by Da-
mon Peters, Jr., Robert Wilson, Jr., i
Henry Watford, Charlie Kimble
and Chest Gant, Jr., this clib re-.
sponded in. less than five minutes
with an efficiently operated radio BEAU
communication i n s t allation at. 'list
Washington High School gymnas- Tfl
Messages and hurricane warn-
ings coming in by short wave radio
were directly relayed through the
schools public address system,
thereby giving evacuees, who came
for proper shelter during the alert,
live and accurate hurricane fore-
Principal E. G. Williams, upon -
serving the club coffee and cookies,
commended the group for their, all-
night vigil and their desire to do
or render a community service. IF
Williams envisages the need for a
permanent installation at the gym-
nasium and is busy making ar-
rangements with the organization
for the completion of the latter.
E.tered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS, $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS--In cse of error or omissions In advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further' than amount received for such
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con.
Finces. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
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TIES ALL-Pictured above are the three fin-
s in the Labor Day Beauty Contest last week.
y are left to right, second runner-up, June
. McKenzie, Kathy Garrett, queen and Brenda'
: Ward, first runner-up.
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401 WILLIAMS AVENUE
LABOR DAY QUEEN-Pictured above is Miss Kathy Garrett, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Garrett. Miss Garrett was chosen "Miss
Labor Day" last week at the beauty contest. Miss Garrett was spion-
sored by the Paper Machine Department of St. Joe Paper Co.
wave with Bonedium*
All the "body-control"
and manageability you
want and need is yours-
with Realistic's CURL
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Bonedium is infused ever-
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PROPOSED OONSTITT3OetAr AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON NOVEMBER 3,1964
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION more than three (3) years from the date requirements of this Constitution except to
WHEREAS, thc Legislature of 196 us- of issuance thereof and ending not later the legislature so to do would be t miac-n
der the Constitution of 1885 of the State of than thirty (80) years from the date of is- ticable or would admit of undue delay.
Florida did pass Joint Resolutions proposing suance, or January 1, 2000, A.D, whichever NIO.J SEUT-O----
amendments to the Constitution of the is earlier. All such motor vehicle tax an- HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 869_--r-
Stamendments torida and the Constitution were agreed to ticipation certificates shall bear interest at A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend- .
by a vote of three-fifths f the members not ceedingfour and one-half (4V) per ment to Article IV, Section 26 of the
Joint Resolutions were entered upon their to January 1, 2000, A.D. The state board duties of the commissioner of agrieul-
reospctive Journals, with the yeas and tnays shall have power to determine all1 other de- ure; eliminating his supervision over mat-
thereon, and they did determine and direct tails of said bonds or motor vehicle tax ters pertaining to public lands.
that the said Joint Resolutions be submit- anticipation certificates and to sell at pub. BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of (Since the election of May 26
ted to tire electors of the State of Florida lie sale after public advertisement, or (x- the State of Florida:which changed "Gulf county's
at the General Election on November 3, 1964. change said bonds or motor vehicle tax n- That the following amendment to Article which changed "Gulf county's
NOW, TEIIrEFORE, 1, TOM ADAMS, ticipation certificates, upon such terms and IV, Section 26 of the Florida Constitution capital from Wewahitchka to
St,triy of State of the State of Florida conditions as the state board shall provide is agreed to and shall be submitted to the
dicrt of eThe satte board shall also have power electors of the state for ratification or re- -Port St. Joe, the question has
do ENEIRAL ELECTION o pledge for the p payment of the principal section at the general election held in No- been tossed about as to whether
.vill.e held in each County fit Florida on of and interest on such bonds or motor ve- member, 1964:b too h
t e first Tuesday after thefirst Monday in hicle tax anticipation certificates, including Section 26. Commissioner of agriculture, it is legal for the county busi-
venoer, which ate is November 3, 1 4 refunding bonds or refunding motor vehicle duties, etc.-The commissioner of agrictil-
for the raificaio or rejection of the said tax anticipation certificates, al or any part ture shall perform such duties in relation ness to be conducted in the old
ih..i ..n Resolutions proposing amendments to from the anticipated revenues to be derived to agriculture as may be prescribed by law.
tfst llutionos o steSattonded He shall also have supervision of the state county court house in Wewa.
constitution for in this amendment and to enter into any prison, and shall perform such other duties hitchka until-the new court house
No. 1 ,covenants and other agreements with the as may be prescribed by law.
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION holders of such bonds or motor vehicle tax NO. 9 is built-n Port St. Joe.
NO. -X (63) anticipation certificates art the time of the SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION, NO. 1083 1 i n .
A JOINT RE SOLUTION PROPOSING AN issuane thereof concerning the security A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing au Couhty -Attorney William J.
A IEDMENT OF ARTICLE ,VA I OF TH thereof and the rights of the holders thereof, amendment to Article XVI of the Consti Rish has asked for an opinion
CONSTITUTION OF THE STARE 01 FLOR- all of which covenants and agreements shall tuition of Florida by adding a section toe or a opinion
ra: tII.OVI'IG FOR APItTIONMENT constitute legally binding and irrevocable be numbered by the secretary of state from Florida's Attorney Gener-
OF TIlE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE; PRO- contracts with such holders and shall be authorizing civil trials in branch court- as we
VIDING FOR SUBMISSION TO THE ELEC- fully enforceable by such holders in any houses in Dade County. a1, Jari.esW. Kynes, as to whe-
TO t court of competent jurisdiction. BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of their this practice is legal. The
Be It Resolved By The Legislature of the No such bonds or motor vehicle tax anti- the State of Florida: 1 s legal e
State o Florida. emcipation certificates shall ever be issued That an amendment to Article XVI of following is Kyne's answer.)
That the following amendment of Article by the state board until after the adoption the Florida Constitution by adding the
VII of the Constitution of Florida is agreed of a resolution requesting the issuance section set forth below to be numbered by Dear Mr. Rish:
to and shall be submitted to the electors of thereof by the county board of public in- the secretary of state is agreed to, and
this state for ratification or rejection, at struction of the county on behalf of which that said amendment shall be submitted to This is in response to your re-
the general election of 1964. such obligations are to be issued. The state the electors of Florida for ratification or
ARTTICLOE VII board of education shall limit the amount rejection at the general election to be held quest for the advice and counsel
AiPPORTION-MENT AND CE-NSUS of such bonds or motor vehicle tax antici- in November, 1964:
Section 1. COMPOSITION OF THE LEG- patron certificates which can be issued on SECTION Civil trials in branch of this office--upon substantially
ISLAiLltr.-The legislature of tile State behalf of any county to seventy-five per courthouses in Dade countv.-Civil trials the following question:
of Florida shall consist of a senate and cent (75%) of the amount which it do- may be held as provided by law in branch
a house of representatives. Members of the termines can be serviced by the revenue ac- courthouses in any municipality within lade Where an election is held for
senate shall be elected for a term of four cruing to the county under the provisions county. The clerk of any court, the sheriff, t
(4) years and members of the house shall of this amendment, and such determination and any other court officer, within said the relocation of a county seat
be elected for a term of two (2) years. The shall be conclusive. All such bonds or county, shall maintain such offices within under Chapter 138, Florida Sta-
ternm of members of the legislature shall motor- vehicle tax anticipation certificates such municipality, and have available such
expire on thie first Tuesday after the first shall be issued in the name of the state official books and records therein, as may tutes,..and the County Commis-
.uonuay in November in each regular elec- board of education but shall be issued for be necessary to accomplish the purposes of sioners have canvassed the elec.
tion year. Members of the senate and house and on behalf of the conmity board of pub- this amendment, provided that the princi- soner have canvassed the elec
of representatives shall be elected as provid- lie instruction requesting the issuance there- pal offices of such clerks or other officers, tion as required by said Chap.
ed by law. Any new county that may be of, and no election or approval of qualified shall not be removed from te county seat. ter, and a new location has been
created shall be entitled to one (1) mem- electors or freeholders shall be required for NO. 10 ter, d a new location has been
ber i the house of representatives in excess the issuance thereof. HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. selected as the county seat,
o. any limit prescribed in the following HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 59 selected as the county seat,
sections of this article until the next re- NO. 4 A JOINT RESOLUTION relating to the ju-
apportionment and the county shall be as- COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR HOUSE dicial department; proposing an amend- should the meetings of said
signed when created to a senatorial dis- JOINT RESOLUTION. NO. 323 ment to subsection (1), Section 6, of County Commissioners and other
trict as determined by the legislature. A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing anr amend- article V of the Florida Constitution; i-- county Commissioners and other
Section 2. SENATE APPORflIONMENT- ment to Artice XII, Section 5 of the State creasing the number of judicial circuits; actions of the county officials be
The legislature shall divide the state into Constitution; authorizing Principal of preserving certain judgeships.
forty-two (42) senatorial districts with State School funds to be expended for BE IT RESOLVED by tihe Legislature of conducted in the old location or
only one (1) senator elected in each dis- Capital Outlay on behalf of State Insti. the State of Florida:
trict; except there shall be two (2) sena- tutions of Higher Learning, including That the following amendment of sub-
tors elected from the most populous county, Junior Colleges, and Capital Outlay for section (1), SECTION 6, of article V of tile ing districts thereof with regard to said
the additional senator being assigned the Public Schools. Constitution of Florida is agreed to and bonds, (except that the power to levy ad
number forty-three (43). The forty-two (42) BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of shall be submitted to the electors of this valorem taxes is expressly withheld from
districts shall be apportioned among the the State of Florida: state for ratification or rejection at the said Board), and shall take over all papers,
several counties of the state so as to pro- That article XII, section 5 of the Florida general election to be held in November, documents and records concerning the same.
vide, equitable representation based upon Constitution be amended as set forth below 1964. Said Board shall have the power from time
similar economic interests, geographic area anim that said amendment be submitted to SECTION 6. Circuit Courts.- to time to issue refunding bonds to mature
and population. Every district shall consist the electors of Florida for ratification or (1) JUDICLkL CIRCUITS. Thie legisla- within the said seventy-five year (75) per-
of contiguous counties, and no county may rejection at the general election ot be held ture may establish not more than twenty iod, for any of said outstanding bonds or
be divided in creating a senatorial district in November, 1964: (20) judicial circuits, each composed of interest thereon, and to secure them by a
except Dade County. Section 5. PRINCIPAL OF STATE a county or contiguous counties and of not pledge of ....r. i.L. receipts from such
Section 3. REPRESENTATION IN THE SCHOOL FUND TO REMALIN INVIOLATE less than fifty thousand (50,000) inbabi- gasoline or I... i.- taxes to be distribut-
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.-Represen- EXCEPTION. The principal of the state tants, according to the last census author- ed to such county as herein provided, but
station in the house of representatives shall school fund shall remain sacred and invio- izedi by law, except that the county of Mon- not at a greater rate of interest than stid
consist of one hundred twelve (112) rep- late except only that the principal of such roe shall constitute one of tihe circuits; pro- bonds now bear; and to issue sell or ex-
resentatives which shall be apportioned fund may be expended for capital outlay vided, however, there shall be no reduction change on behalf of any county or unit for
among the counties by the method of equal on behalf of state institutions of higher in the number of circuit judges residing in the sole purpose of retiring said bonjs
proportions; that is, each county shall have learning, including junior colleges, and any county formerly a part of a judicial issued by such county, or special road anti
-one representative and the remaining rep- capital outlay for public schools, circuit, which circuit is hereafter created, bridge district, or other special taxing
resentatives shall be assigned to the coun- NO. 5 divided, changed or revised. district thereof, gasoline or other fuel tax
ties in proportion to population. The popu-i HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1045 NO. 11 anticipation certificates bearing interest at
lations of the respective counties for the A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend- HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 36S not more than three per cent (3) per alln-
purposes of this section shall be confined to meant to Article XII of the State. Consti- A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing amend- num in such denominations and maturing
citizens of the United States and shall not tution adding a Section to be numbered ment to Artice XVII of the Constitution at such time within the seventy-five year
include foreign born persons who have not by the Secretary of State relating to the of the state of Florida providing an ad- (75) period as the board inay determine.
become naturalized, election or appointment of Superinten- ditional method of revising or amending In addition to exercising the powers now
Section 4. The legislature shall reappor- dent of Public Instruction in Escambia, the Constitution. provided by statute for the investment it
tion the representation of the house and Lake, Martin, Okeechobee, Palm Beach, BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of sinking funds, said Board may use the sink-
senate at the 1971 regular session of the Putnam and Seminole Counties. the State of Florida: ing funds created for said bonds of any
legislature and every ten (10) years there- BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of That the amendment to Article XVII of county or special road and bridge district,
after based upon the preceding latest federal the State of Florida: the Constitution of Florida by adding there- or other unit hereunder, to purchase the
decennial census. That article XII of the Florida Consti- to a section to be numbered section 4, as matured or maturing bonds i i..r. 1r...-
Section 5. If any part of this joint re- tution be amended as set forth below and set forth below is agreed to and shall be herein of any other county ..... ..i.
solution is declared unconstitutional or null that said resolution be submitted to tile submitted to the electors of Florida for special road and bridge district, or other
and void then the entire resolution shall be electors of Florida for ratification or rejec- ratification or rejection at the general elec- special taxing district thereof. provided
null, void and inoperative. tion at the general election to be held in tion to be held in November, 1964: that as to said matured bonds, the value
NO. 2 November, 1964. SECTION 4. Additional Method of Revis- thereof as an investment shall be tile pr.ce
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION Section -. County superintendent of pub. ing or Amending Constitution.-As a me- paid therefore, which shall not exceed the
NO. 267 lie instruction; appointment in certain thlod of revising the entire constitution of parvalue plus accrued interest, and that
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an counties.- Florida, and as an additional method of said investment shall bear interest at the
amendment to Article XVI, Section 7 of (1) The county superintendent of public revising or amending any portion or portions rate of three per cent (3) per annum.
the State Constitution relative to the instruction shall be appointed by the coun- of it, either branch of the legislature, at any (c) The said board shall annually use
length of terms of officers ty board of public instruction in the coun- regular session, or at any special or extra- said funds in each county account, first.
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- ties of Escambia, Lake, Martin, Okeechn- ordinary session called for the purpose, miay to pay current principal and interest ma-
TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: bee, Palm Beach, Putnam and Seminole propose" by joint resolution a revision of the turning, if any, of said bonds and gasoline or
That article XVI, section 7 of the Flor- "herein the proposition is affirmed by a entire constitution or a revision or amend- other fuel tax anticipation certificates of
da. constitution be amended as set forth majority vote of the qualified electors of ment of any portion or portions thereof and such county or special road and bridge
below and that said resolution be submitted any such county making the office of coun- may direct and provide for an election there- district, or other special taxing distr-t
to the electors of Florida for ratification ty superintendent of public istructio ap- on. thereof; second, to establish a sinking fund
to tie lectio r t l o fral tif atio neion is adoped vote account to meet future required ents of sf.id
or rejection at th genera election to be (2) Th ard of public instruction of of three fifths (3/) of this members bods ad g tx
Section 7. T ER3rSOF OFFICES ORE- may e m t tc "rtificatesa a whreit bape r"s the
l N ve 1ie county niust request a. i election, .icr to eachrhouse, tre yeas ao vys ,slal beanticipated incomertiofiate w ere i ir..rs
ATED BY LEGISLATURE The legislature ray beloa special election or may be on entered upon their respective journals, and cipated income rl ear o ..rs
AL .-The legislator this ballot of ally regular pri.ary. or.gen this d or it ill iot equal SchediuledtIui tlerus ch.,reoll;
sihall not create any office the term of s s J oposedrevion or amendment all nd t
which shall he longer than four (4) years ra ebe esignait t by the board be submitted to the electors of the stale t nLedt fid, any remaining balance out of ..le
whichshallbershlongrtha or 4 y O public instruction, and upon such timely for ratification or rejection at thi e x proceeds of said two cents (2c) ofi sa]nI d t(
except membership oni thu oard charged request the board of count C commissioners gehieralclecouhur moore tan seiyta s.l n....h- dr is sir be remitte
with responsibility for colleges and univer- of c mmissioners general election held more than seventh (70) ~ board as foloy Eig t
cities (not including junior colleges) which tio such county wilt call sucn seciballoe o ee f s r i ( t oard f Stas llo S: Egtv per et
terms may be extended by thi dogntesatulre ouchother el ection tne .m ,rt less, Dbyvote(ofIthre ,L-(3 / 4) of (80%- to the Stat eRoals t iln litnfo r
to not more than nine () years s other eleciti on s t e propose tio n whether tie meters elected to e ho h f ostructio orreo n i ti te
NO. 3 sbsectiOn l shall be effective in such legislature shall provide for submission roats ad bridges within thie coOulltty, or f,
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 218 county. a special eeetion at an earlier date. The the lease or purchase of bridges connectng
A -JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend of bsecioui3 adopting the prove isions secretary of state shall cause notice of the st erat highways withi t le Bounty, o Ctwo
ment to subsectiions (a) and (b) of rsi n "1,.. revsin or assioners f such Ity for use of
ing of motor vehicles for capital outlay visions thereof in the publication to. be not more than t (11 ecess to the ful exerci o
and d8,eArt. sicle and oftie" Conscuo o n pur -- 'I "* .1 i. J h, T Os rae eleclo n To Ps puo-t -ols'o leissd "t ieeks bfr l'
d debt service ad other school pu- (4) te event a referendum election election il thi e ubliction to t li er grantd and no legislation shall b
E IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- results in a change i the method of se at cast one I(1) eek after tle first equire to render this amudient of full
TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: blecting.a cot. s t rinttenen t ei ot less htal four (4) weeks beforee the I iandl. 1 snect frot td r
That the Sfollowing amendmeAnt it l l t e p iittd to serve t h ethe ain- election. It the proposed revisio tn or inen autiayll all 1 n l gilahti 1i t.ll
agreed to and shall be, submitted to the NO. 6 shalltake effect at noon on the first Tues- any law having the effect of withdi, nin
electors of the state for ratification or HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 2194 day after the first M onday of the J.anuarv, t1he pronceleds o f said two cents ( ) Of si
rejection at the next general election to be A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amiend- following the election if vote ,. in taxess from thel operation of this an .il
held in November, 164: inient to Article XII of thie State Consti- general election, and on tle i i. ( i n ento. T he board sh.les o ruic rirlxi.l
Section 18. SCHOOL BONDS FOR CAP- tion adding a Section to be numbered day after the election if voted upon in a es and other expenseseci fo r servwhich es re er
ITAL OUTLAY INSURANCE.-(a) Begin. by 1he Secretary of State relating to tihe special election, or in either case on a be t the account of it cou
lr January 1, 1965 and for thirty-five election or appointment of superintendent date designated therein. f 1 fumuds distributed to aic l couuint tbut
(35) years thereafter, the first proceeds of public instructions in Taylor countty. NO. I general eom peun ses of tr i e board for sent-ites
to comply with the provisions of this amend- Thlat an amendment to article XII o meant to Article IX, Sectiion 16. of the funid,, on the same basis said tax proc,] nrsT
uhlmiet, siuifhi, as collected, be placed nionthly the Florida Conistitution by adding ftse Constitution of the State of Floriida relnit- are distributed among the several counties;
in tire county capital outlay and debt ser- s"i set forth below to be numbered by ng to taxation and finance by exendi provided, report of said expenses shall be
vice school fund in the state treasury, anil thr e Secretary of Stats is agreeeT to ad tli period of time cover n 11 soid Ar- made to each Regular Session of tie Legis-
hiseq 011h oas provided li tll amendment. that sAd mtdmcent he sbittel tite IX, Section 16. tuntl January 1. nature, and the L egislature my liit ,
ucti r n S L beNdistribuRted annual tohflit',seectors of Floneioni for rinufictrion
Suel revenue a.f be the01distruted cuald of pbecli istru thei in T1 lect v. 2018. -ee expenses of the board
among the several- coieti eis th le ratio of held in NovemDber, 291G64. tb tr e oUE FOri d OESU T t2 r e util
fhoe number of instru4toen uinits nif tau.: hrCTTON County superintendent of sth tsntate of Florida' : o o 11 SE JpOIm i i iii a i'T NO. 103
it c Inheayioiearcovmpuo t haspoieddir a 1h..i a uoO ltm i rtai t ct ent article IX. Section 1 6.a of t h JOINT e s si s an a nel
revenues h1 -, I' "ti -oI; apiointninet ill ,rain an neul foio i lt-i ^ A .1T i ;S ;
derived from tthsliesing of ototahies counties, couty superhitetdent of ito at o ad
to bhe so set asiali itneachryear and dis- (1)cl'U cOons srr peiWtte t o f punlir Dy etnt 0of theax tatile for intalifcea fvot rut' pce vited, le ort, out said xpns h ho l ed cl
amount equ in tire agcreit tothe product ty hoard of public s ctionii t r n 19 the 4r OLVED by the Legislature of
o furhIu.1-ed tlar (1 i000) nusioipied county, prodding the proposition isaflit rui e rECION II 1C, i of ., .r:S tca of Flo thr idndmnt
his Th nlu mbetutr of stherste vnu trs tf ionsn yya of ftie --Io- linhi like ta .... .1 irisl XScoto 7 of te Ftlo (l ni
instruction units in each county in each county superintendent r1 'ii'... instructiot 'iyu TI T. 1 T nusai 1l ir^I, tlr snii to t irhae sitsvIirs l hi
'ear ifr the ipurposes of his amendoo ent -'i..h .. .. ani fosi' n i 75) thit'rdiet, n thiicati i
shall be the greater of (1) the number of (2) To subnitl tlIe i- .r" t. ohir ted ith proceeds of two cents (2t) proe gni,'on i* I eleto tion be lie ..
instructions tunitrid h1 eacr conlltty aor the in subsection s(1) to p.p. 1i .b ah spu-cial of th total tax levied. by slitt 5Fv' i.ioii b'y h
aiiool fisOnIl year 1951-52 computed in the election shall 'id .'h 1r **i county coimr- gasoline andi otitet likte iprorituc t .I ,. t ARTICLE N
nutitnri heretofore provided by general law, missioners of i -' ,,i.'--it the request leuin, ow koy as tire SiEnd Gas Tax TOf lhe endm e fron
c (2) the nanuber of instritction unims in of the counrit o i i instruction oli te ,l o lie es us, to h ,p uel totor EC tiON 7. .Exei t1 o i uride e tiu
poihcl d the u ntgeser id ass'te npo et f toe of aTdall'detecirinet their suseclion mFu n i "itt r r '.iu ulivi eor h is state ani l whilo trhhs
flue stale bonntof education (hereinafter 1 j shlh hte effective in said csomtiV u,,to, ree (I) oenu.Ut parts sbhich shll bs ,'.' auiri irs go faiths uril 11 linutue
Instruction units in each county ion be- vison of subsectioi (1) hlereotf it nsia. counties as foluws : one part according "to 1 ime of a nethr or ow is aegch lo inn'"
half of swlich te state board of edutoxtiort after four () ears return tont itst foret orsa, oe prI according to populationon, at orally d iedemption fron, all' itti io,
ihrtirn ee td ss" trhis ansemidmien tton by this same prochdusrreri tii sub- iusof te acos ofPstate i nsiri ttf ss i f o; Intuit
-chrisurmenit'urdmtt to equal outs anid one on tieref its tine bel innin iin C e 15659 Ln"-s of Flri s ohal ( c 1,060.0) oto th ele.inrs nf ru-
tir (1 1/3) tues the aggregate amount (4) In th event a refrenint election for te purpose o the appor- iguous ier he itt
sinruji il euir ar becouet due in such Ient shale peritte to see te remai- fo the atounti of fluee coutuiio hor i ut !- n, n. soa ot3 n ti h us s
-ear, cosmpitedr in the mannuter heretofore der of fle term of office to which ie was tabalished by the certificates nmade in 1 31 stun dola s s(c r r fall be n sxble
oir hsereniftor provided by general law and dul' elected or appointed, pu.n suant to said Ctnter 1156E, shrill 'n -v luo o f l u ed frt
approved erby the state board. n l o O. 7 taken and deemed conclusive i co lmoitino 1, for soo prpo es on sh thtin r st itt
Such funds so distributed shall be ad- SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 268 the monthly amounts districbutable a,'eorli shall ih- tose nex) for sc hool purposes onl h
minisered by the state board as now ere- A JOINT RESOLUTION ....... -- ... t.mend- uing to said contributions. Such fundsT so tf ars (e$e, 0.alu0tor Sciho intiro i rel
i to r and constituted by section 3 of article meant to Article XVI, ,h e.. Ir ..,..s Cton- distributed shall be administered biy thue i ti' s et in tiosn sintttl r in o s
iI of the Constitution of Florida. For the stitution, relating to this location of the State Board of Administration as lshr hi' thee e"nt e. ts o isitd ef mption mnae lhs e
purposes of tfis amendment, said state Seat of Governmenut; adding Section lA. after provided. apihs oroned amoned sich of the owners asn t
roard. as now constituted, shall continue as providing for mseanse to insure continuity (b) The Governor as chairman the hpo tes ain there on ahs their resto- tive
a body corporate during the life of this of State and Local Govenrnmental opera- State Treasurer, and the State Comptroller nha president ponr but no suer hl eimp-s
hmendmenit arid shall have all the powers tions in period of emergency resulting shall constitute a bodty corporate to n'r intiest so matll em ie thousand dollarsai
provided in this amendment in addition from e .used by enemy attack. known as the "State Boatrd of Administra- fo r of ) m so le t followed to anv onel s
to all other constitutional anud statutory BE IT I.i -...i- .i by the Legislature of tion", which hoare d shall succeeti to as the p d ($5,00 00 s)allbe an on td h Iellind
powers related to the purposes o is thereof this the State of Florida: power, control and authority of the Rit- oupersonor shall the y aot of the exenp-
ainenidient heretofore or hereafter conferred That the following amendment of Arti- titory Board of Adminstration. Saip tic, noWed hel tierson exceedof the propor-
upon said board, csle nl, of theu Flori4a Constitution by ad Board shall have, in addition to such pow- tin aossr oed valuation baseed on the in-
(b) The state board shall, in addition to ding section 1A is agreed to and shall be sub ere as may be conferred upon oit by lasw, ta ass eed sh nefio barseon Th leislii-
its other constitutional and statutory pow- mitted to the electors of the state for the management, control and supervision of tre ..escribe appropriate and rea'on-
ers, have the management, control and su- ratification or rejection at the general elec- the proceeds of said two cents (2c) of said able laws regulating the manner of estab-
pervision of the proceeds of the first part tion held in November. 1964: taxes and all moneys and other assets li w reglht og tid exemption.
of the revenues derived from the licensing SECTION 1A. Continuity of government, which on the effective date of this amend- ls' ON" r 2. Thig rsolutfon shall become
of motor vehicles provided for in subsection -The legislature, in order to insure con- ment are applicable or may become ap- ECTION 2. This resolute shal b a com
(a). The state board shall also have power, tinuity of state and local governmental plicable to the bonds of the several counties t effck e only upon its approval in a sfar-
for the purpose of obtaining funds for the operations in periods of emergency result- of this state, or any special road and jorit of the freeholders votheldng in a rsotfer-
use of any county board of public instruc- ing from disasters caused by enemy attack, bridge district, or other special taxing enur'im election to be held in Sarasota
tion in acquiring, building, constructing, shall have the power and the immediate district thereof. issued prior 'to Julty1st, at the net special or regular pri
altering, improving, enlarging, furnishing, or duty (1) to provide 'for prompt and ten- 1931, for road and bridge purposes. The maSECTION 3. Should thi resolution
equipping capital outlay projects for school porary succession to the powers and duties word "bonds" as used herein shall include .SECTION 3. Should this resolution
purposes, to ISsue bonds or motor vehicle of public offices, of whatever nature and bonds, time warrants, notes and other forms rejected by th freeholders in arsll b ull
tax anticipation certiffiates, and also to whether filled by election or appointment, of indebtedness issued for road and bridge thenthis resolution all be
issue such bond a'o motor vehicle tax anti- the incumbents of which may become un- purposes by any county or special road and ani void.
cipation certif)lao. to-aw", fund or refund available for carrying on the powers and bridge district or other special taxing dis- IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto
any bonds or' oW viMe tax anticipation duties of such offices, and (2) to adopt trict, outstanding on July 1st. 1931, or any set my hand and affixed the Great Stal
certificates thnretelore ised by said state such other measures as may be necessary refunding issues thereof. Said Board shall of the State of Florida at Tallahassee, the
board. All eoh boidsbabu l bear interest at and proper for insuring the continuity of have the statutory powers of Boards of On(ltal, this the 24th day of August, A.D.,
not exceeding four arid one-half (4t/e) per governmental operations. In the exercise County Commissioners and Bond Trmsteef 194. Ut-0-11
centum per ann n and shall mMr e serially of the powers hereby conferred ke I a a4t iay o*fhr authority of special road TOM ADAMS
in annual ialmwentt *mm*noek uf t t lature shall in all respects couforma s 4t bridge diiatril, nd e 0 pFoialw tax- (EAL) Secretu *of mate
y T"fE STARu Port St. Joe, Fla.
ey Says OK for CountyTHURSDAY,SEPTEMBER17, 1964
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the new location until such time
as a courthouse and jail are
erected in the new location?
Official meetings for the trans-
action of business by the Board of
County Commissioners are requir-
ed to be publicly conducted at a
place known as the county seat.
"Motes v. Putnam County, 143 Fla
134, 196 So 465; 8 Fla Jur, Coun-
ties, Section 54, page 200."
Section 138.09, Florida Statutes,
states that ". The place receiv-
ing the majority of all votes cast
shall be the county seat for the
next 10 years, and the said County
Commissioners shall erect, as soon
as possible, a courthouse and jail,
and provide suitable offices for all
the county officers who are requir-
ed by law to keep their offices at
the courthouse at the place so se-
lected as the county seat afore-
said." (Emphasis Kynes).
The Legislature, recognizing that
it is impossible to efficiently con-
duct the business of the county un-
less some centralized location is
available wherein the affairs of
government can be conducted, em-
ployed language in Section 138.09,
Florida Statutes, which contem-
plated that in the event the loca-
tion of a county seat should be
changed a reasonable period of
time would be required to con-
struct a courthouse, jail and other
county facilities before an orderly
and legal transfer of the records
and functions of government could
be made to the new location. I am
therefore of the view that until
such a transfer is made the old
location would, temporarily, con-
tinue to serve as the County Seat
and as the meeting place of the
JAMES W. KYNES,
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
l~s ab LI I --~s~~
The Atlas of Florida is shown by Miss Julia Bryant,
daughter of Governor Farris Bryant and hostess at the
Florida Showcase in Rockefeller Center, New York City,
to Mrs. L. R. Pach, Miss Wilma Nork, and the Pach chil-
dren. The atlas is the first of its kind for any state, and
has been released by the University of Florida Press.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ...-------- 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .. 8:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors
TOMORROW NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 18
See The 1964 Season Opener With
Port St. Joe
Support Your Team
In Every Game SEPT.18
R e' 52TPES
kJ&fJJL JL* tt,
OCT. 1, 1
OCT. 9, (
OCT. 23, I
NOV. 6, B
But above all. .
attend all home games
. be a loyal Shark
Booster and help bol-
ster your team your
school and your town!
EASON SCHEDULE *
, Apalachicola Home
, Marianna Home
Rickards (Tallahassee) ........ Away
NOV. 25, Monticello
1964 Fighting Sharks
Front row, left to right: Lamar Butts, manager, Jerry Parrish,
Dalton Tull, Jim Fensom, Charles Zimmerman, Ricky Thursbay, Jerry
Nichols, Billy Carr, Steve Dees, Joe Hendrix, Byron Humphrey, Manager.
Second row, left to right: Andy Portera, assistant coach, Eugene
Harper, Freddy Anderson, Knapp Smith, Lamar Orrell, Wayne Mahan, Al
Cathey, Herbert Smith, Jimmy Cox, Tommy Atchison, Larry Branch,
Donnie Smith, David Young, George White, Andy Trammell, Charles
Williams, Jerry Swan, manager and Bobby Brown, coach.
Third row, left to right: Norton Kilbourn, John Ayers, David
Dickey, Charles Gibson, Billy Versiga, Junior Nichols, Tommy Wright,
Jerome Barnes, Ray Ramsey, Buddy Smith and Jimmy Goodman.
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Michigan Chemical Company
"We're Backing The Sharks!"
Raffield Fisheries, Inc.
Retail and Wholesale Seafood
Costin's Department Store
Complete Line of Wearing Apparel
Jim Cooper Chevrolet Co., Inc.
Chevrolet Pontiac Oldsmobile
Motel St. Joe and Dining Room
"Port St. Joe's Home of Good Cooking"
St. Joe Paper Company
"Home of St. Joe Kraft
Florida National Bank at Port St. Joe
Member, FDIC and Florida National Group
Apalachicola Northern Railroad
"Serving Port St. Joe since 1911"
George G. Tapper Company
Citizens Federal Savings
and Loan Association
St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Co.
"Go First By Telephone"
Roche's Furniture & Appliances
Home Furnishings Frigidaire Appliances
St. Joe Ice Company
and DIXIE SEAFOOD COMPANY
Western Auto Associate Store
Stadium Seats, 98c
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"Say You Saw It In The Star"
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida 'riHURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1964
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .............. 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER SJRvVTCE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
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B N five men were well over 450, son's taking all 4our gaies. High Club lL Wi l
Wayne Smith and Lucious Rushing for Jitney Jungle was Evelyn Uub Will
o w linwere highmenbut not by much Smith with a 407.She had games Meet Tuesday
as Chuck Marshall and Norris Dan- of 110, 158 and 139.
iels held up their end of the load. Lois Smith was high for Ami. The Port St. Joe 4-H Club will
LADIES LEAGUE Team No. 3 took one point and was ge Laboratory put TermiteRo- son's with a 464 and games of 150, have its opening meeting for the
LADIES .LAGUE Team No. 3 took one point and was gers over 500 and J. C. McArdle at 122 andg192.0new season Tuesday, September 224
The Comforter's and St. Joe led by Frankie Scott's 465 series. 460. However, Martin Britt suffer- 122 and 192. i a T Florida 22
Rich's Super Market and West at 7:30 p.m. at the Florida Power
Furniture met on lanes 1 and 2 The Illigits and Vitro went at it ed a 414 and President Tom Parker Ficrida Gas were on lanes 5 and Corporation Lounge.
last Wednesday night. Comforter's with Vitro taking three points, managed only a 416. 6, with the Gas Co., taking three All boys grades 9 through 12 in
had some pretty scores and a pret- Faught and Richards headed the Troy Gay, Joe Davis and George games. Alice Machen was high for terested in 4-H Club work are wel-.
ty handicap and won three and a Illigits with 545 and 528 but fell hunter led Pulp Mill over Meter Florida with a 427. She had come to attend.
half games. Maxine Jensen turned short as Maddox and Whitehurst Shop. "New Ball" Leo Shealy suf- games of 116, 175 and 136. Jonnia
in a 479 series which included a came through with 564 and 529. fered a 347. Sykes was high for Rich's with a 124 and 114. Good Debbie, for a
200 game. She also picked up the The Merchant's League bowls Meter Shop was knocked out of388 with games of 138, 116 and first time bowlerfor
5-10 split. Elise Rogers had a 410 each Monday night at 7:30 so come first place because of Jim Williams 134. I Betty Whitehurst was high for
series. St. Joe Furniture managed on outtothe Lanes. 405, Charle Brown's 410 StricklaBob Ned- Pate's Shell Service and Team 8Team 8 with a 374 coming with
to tie the third game so they get INDUSTRALLEAGUE 45 Youboys musthavch were on lanes 7 and 8 with Pate's games of 105, 135 and 134.
credit for a half game. Evelyn INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE 451. You boys must have choked taking four games. We enjoy bowling, and offer an
Smith rolled a 447 and Mary Brown Here.:is what happened in the up under the pressure? Debbie Tankersley was high for invitation to any lady who wishes
had a 433. biggest and the best bowling league! Standings W L Pate's with a 325 and games of 87, to come out and join us.
Lanes 3 and 4 saw 13 Mile Oys- in action Tuesday evening. Millwrights 8 4
ter take three games from Faye's The Millwrights whipped Main. Paper Mill 7 5
Grill. Donna Ward came up with a tenance;,Paper Mill clobbered Glid- Pulp Mill .7 5
470 series and Billie Padgett had iden, Box Plant beat Laboratory and Laboratory 6 6
a 366. Zela Adams was high bowl. Pulp M.illt.ocked Meter Shop out Mainte6nance 6 6 C O M1R
er for Faye's with a 428. Ollie 0'. of the league lead. Meter Shop 6 6
Neil had a 416. Big John McKenzie set the pace Box Plant 5 7
Glidden took three games from with a 524, and was supplied ample Glidden 3 9
Florida Bank on lanes 5 and 6. support by. Otis. Jeffcoat, Barney
Joan Myers had a 420 for Glidden McCroan, Harley Roberts and Rob- LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE
followed by a 413 from Jean Stou- ert L. Smith. The Maintenance The Ladies' Coffee League start-
fer. Norma Hobbs was high for the team hung on to shade the Mill- ed their winter session last Thurs.
Bank with a 408. Joy Nell Davis wrights in the final match. Al Jen- day morning at 9:00 a.m., with
had a 341. sen and Tommy Walker led Main- eight teams with the exception of LETTER HEADS ENVELOPES BILL HEADS
St. Joe Laundry and Nedley's tenance. a few absentees. CR AR F RM -BSCARD
met on lanes 7 and 8 with the Lanes 3 and 4 were used by Pa Whitfield Strikers were really CIRCULARS FORMS BUSINESS CARDS
Laundry winning three games. per Mill to skunk Glidden. Tom R. ready to bowl on lanes 1 and 2 BROCHURES SOCIETY PRINTING
Punk Daughtry was high bowler Thornton went "ape" with a 561. against Beaman Supply.. The Strik-
for the Laundry with a 397. Brenda W. E. Whaley and W. F. Ethridge ers took all four games, with Jerry ENGRAVING
Perry was close behind with a 380. shot 432. Glidden experienced dif- Freeman getting the highest series
Lois Smith bowled a 438 for Ned- ficulties, what with Steve Harper on all the lanes with a 491. Real
ley's and Jo Brown had a 317. 83 pins under his average and Dick good, Jerry. Keep it up. Games of THE STAR PUBLISHING CO
Team Standings W L Sweitzer below 400. Sonny Dean 134, 185 and 172. Loyce Beaman
Glidden 6 2 had a good night for Glidden, as was high for Beaman's with a 351. Letterpress Printing Offset Printing Office Supplies
Comforter's 5 2 did Lou Little. Jitney Jungle and E. L. Amison
13 Mile 5 3 Box Plant had to win when all were on lanes 3 and 4 with Ami-
Florida Bank ----------4 4
St. Joe Laundry -------4 4
Faye's Grill 3 5
St. Joe Furniture------ 2% 5
Nedley's Florist --------2 6
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Beautiful Ornamentals Can
Also Be Deadly Poisonous
By HERVEY SHARPE
Fla. Agriculture Ext. Serv.
"Leaflets three, let it be." This
is a good rule to follow if you are
susceptible to poison ivy.
So, be careful when cleaning a
wooded lot, lake margin or a
fence row near the house.
Poison ivy is a vine 'that climbs
fence posts, trees and even some
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 pharmacistt,
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
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(Continued From Page 1)
Conference was formed with four
teams making up the group. These
teams are: Port St. Joe, Blounts-
town, Quincy and Chipley. Other
teams are expected to join the
conference before next on.
Th Sharks have dro Milton
from their schedule and have been
dropped by DeFuniak Springs.
These two games will be replaced
" Rickards of Tallahassee and
The schedule for the year is as
Sept. 18, Apalachicola, Here.
Sept. 25, Marianna, Here.
Oct. 1, Rickards, There.
Oct. 9, Open.
Oct. 16, Niceville, There.
Oct. 23, Chipley, Here.
Oct. 30, Blountstown, Here.
Nov. 6, Bonifay, Here.
Nov. 13, Quincy, There.
Nov. 20, Apalachicola, There.
Nov. 25, Monticello, There.
City Asked for
(Continuea From Page 1)
tin, Jr., was ordered to prepare
the necessary proceeding papers
against David Britt. Britt has been
notified several times and over a
period of time to remove a junk
yard from a restricted area on Ave-
nue D and Battle Street. Britt has
not complied with the request of
The Board agreed to let bids for
a new garbage load packer at the
next meeting and Clerk Williams
was instructed to prepare specifi-
cations for the bid by the 1rext
meeting. The Clerk was also in-
structed to look up information on
portable garbage containers for
business houses that would speed
up the loading of trash from those
having large loads each day, such
as super markets.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT',
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TNT CITT A NT/i\mI"'T
Rotary Dist. Governor
Visits With- Local Club
Rotary District Governor, Ray- ideals.
mond Dyson, of Pensacola, paid his
annual official visit to the Port St. 2. Enlarge.the classification sys-
Joe Rotary Club Wednesday night tem. Rotariy hs a limited member-
ornamentals. it clings to the sur- .- .-.. .-
faces by small roots along the and at the regular dinner meeting ship of leaders in business and in-
stems. The plant is easily recog- on Thursday. dustry. This holds growth down to
about 2% ,Per year. The Governor
nized by the three leaflets at the Wednesday night, in a dinner urged little relaxing of the 'book
top of a long stalk, meeting at the Motel St. Joe, Gov- rules" so that the clubs might grow
Botanists with the Agricultural ernor Dyson received reports from even stronger during the next year.
Experiment Stations ,say the three- various committee chairmen of the
leaf idea will eliminate many club, as to their proposed activities 3. The District Governor had his
harmless plants but will, keep you for the coming Rotary year. goal set 'for the new year at three
safe from poison ivy and poison The District Governor had much new clubs in his district. He asked
oak. praise for the Club's past activities the local Club's cooperation where
Poison ivy causes an itch-bet- and their ambitious plans for the they could in forming a new club.
ter known as dermatitis by the up- coming year. The Governor espec- 4. Increase the Rotary Founda-
town gardeners. ially praised the Club for its cur- tion program. This is a program of
Regardless of the name, you'll rent project of providing dental financing higher education for do-
probably claw the itching places examinations for all school children mestic and foreign students. At
until they ooze a colorless fluid of Gulf County. Part of this pro- present, the local subscribes 200%
which spreads the poison. gram was accomplished during the to this organization. Membership is
Some people get this skin ail- last school year. The remainder based on $10.00 per membership
ment by touching poison ivy or will be completed during the cur- participation.
handling items-such as tools or 'rent school year. 5. Enlarge interest of Club mem-
pets-that have been in contact At the luncheon meeting Thurs- bers. Governor Dyson said that an
with the plant. Others get a good day, Governor Dyson outlined a enthusiastic member is a working
case of dermatitis by walking thru five-point plan for clubs in his dis- member. For this reason he urged
smoke of burning ivy stems or trict for the coming year. means be found of stimulating en-
A few folks swear that-they catch
the itch via fog droplets drifting
past ivy plants.
Mild cases of dermatitis can be
treated with home remedies. These
include, a shower using strong
soap or a paste, of baking soda. Sev-
eral remedies are available at the
If a sizeable part of your body is
affected, consult a physician as
ivy poison can be quite serious.
There are a number of other poi-
sonous plants around the home.
One is the oleander.
If you try to rid your property
of oleanders by burning, don't in-
hale the smoke. Smoke from this
toxic plant is as fatal as a death
All pgrt. bf the plant are poison-
6ius if eaten. One leaf contains
enough poison to kill an adult. Dry
leaves are as deadly as green
Eating frankfurters roasted on
oleander stems may force you to
take a sudden trip to the hospital.
Eating part of the plant may send
you on a one-way trip to the ceme-
Oleander poison may cause only
nausea, dizziness, drowsiness or a
decreased pulse rate. Acute symp-
toms include irregular heart ac-
tion, unconsciousness, respiratory
paralysis and death. The toxic pro-
perties of tle plaht are from two
glucoscides-nerioside and olean-
Gloriosa, or climbing lily, con-
tains a deadly poison. The plant
contains a mixture of alkaloids,
chiefly colchicine. This high speed
poison acts fast and death has been
known to occur in four hours after ,
eating a tuber of the gloriosa.
These are only three of the score
or more toxic plants that grow
around Florida homesteads. Don't
become alarmed and chop down
all your plants, because you can
continue to enjoy all your orna-
mentals, if you curb the habit of
chewing leaves or twigs of plants.
Many times children are the vic-
tim of toxic plants. So teach the
small-fry to avoid putting anything
in their mouths except food.
Remember that crawlers in play-
pens may reach out between the
bars and make an oral exploration
of anything in reach. Grass and
most lawn weeds are harmless but
poisonous mushrooms have a way
of growing within grasp of tiny fin-
gers. To be on the safe side, locate
playpens in a well inspected place.
For complete details on home
grown toxic plants ,secure Agricul-
tural Extension Service Bulletin
No. 175A, "Poisonous P la nts
PEARL CHUMNEY, Around the Home". The publica-
Plaintiff, tion is available from county and
vs. home demonstration agents.
THOMAS J. CHUMNEY,
DIVORCE News Er r
NOTICE TO: THOMAS J. CHUM- NeWS Story Error I
NEY, whose place of residence
and post office address is un- Corrected Here
Ocn or ber, A.D., 1fore964, the 26th ddanty of In a story about an auto accident
Thomas J. Chumney, is required to two weeks ago, The Star reported
serve upon Cecil G. Costin, Jr., that Miss Dorothy Jean Zealor ran
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address into an auto owned by Carl Zim-
is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of and file with the merman coming out of a Box Plant
Clerk of said Court, the original parking lot.
of an answer to the Bill of Com- This was in error, Zimmerman
plaint filed against him herein, came out of the parking lot and
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka, hit Miss Zealor's car in the side.
Gulf County, Florida ,this llth day Zimmerman's view was obstructed
of September, A.D., 1964. and he didn't see the Zealor car in
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE, time to stop, according to the po-
Clerk, Circuit Court
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-9-17 lice record.
The outline was as follows: thusiasm in every club in the dis-
1. "Let's Live Rotary". The Gov- trict.. .
ernor labeled Rotary as the "ideal" Guests of the Club Thursday
for a man to pattern himself by in were honorary' member, Jimmy
his business, civic and family re- Greer; Pete Fox and Jake Belin,
lationships. He urged all Rotarians Jr. Miss Carol Wager was welcom-
to guide their lives by these high ed to the club as pianist.
Vittums Flower ShD \
Now Open For Business
Come by and see our line of PERMANENT
FLOWERS for home or cemetery use.
Your Business Is Appreciated
VITTUM'S NURSERY &FLOWERSHOP
1017 Woodward Avenue
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 1il:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) '7:30 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
"Your Home Town Newspaper
TAKE UP PAYMENTS: 1964 Ford TAKE UP PAYMENTS: 1964 Fal- FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
Custom fordor sedan, 8 cylinder. con 4-door sedan. Automatic ment. C.iuple only. 1621 Mon-.
Automatic transmission. Power, transmission, radio, heater, white ment Ave. Phone 227-7641 or 227-
steering, heater, white sidewall side tires. Still in factory warran- 3201. tfc
tires. Still in factory warranty. See ty. See at St. Joe Motor Co. O
at St. Joe Motor Co. -T B FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house at
FOR RENT: Apartment. Bedroom, beach. Furnished. 2 baths, living
living room, dining room: Phone Kitchen, large porch, separate 0dn-
227-8305 or write p: o. box 386. tf ing room and living room. For in-
FOR RENT: House at 214 7th St.
$40.00 month. Call 227-7846. 4t
'OR SALE: 4 bedroom house on
two lots. 405 Woodward Ave.,
'ort 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-
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-
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished ap-
artment. 1505 Monument Ave.,
Phone 648-4770. tfc
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
FOR RENT: Garage apartment,
furnished. $50.00 a month. No
utilities furnished. 1015 Monument
Avenue. Call B. C. Gaillard 227-
7396, 1009 Mon. Ave. tfc-7-30
formation contact Mrs. ecil Lyons.
Available Sept. 1. tfc-7-18
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.
FOR RENT: Furnished three room
apartment house. Living, bed-
room, kitchen and bath. Located
1317/2 Long Ave. Call 229-3701.
FOR SALE OR RENT: 3 bedroom
house on spacious corner lot.
Well landscaped. See R. G. Boyles
or call 227-4261 day or 648-4600
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,
$6,600.00. FHA financing.
Three bedroom masonry house
with 12 baths, large walk-in clos-
et. Buy owner's equity and assume
existing VA mortgage.
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: Furnished apartment.
1506 Long Ave. Phone 227-5426.
FOR RENT: First floor 2 bedroom WOULD TAKE CARE of children'
v:iaf'rnishpd apartment. 228V% pre-school age. If interested s<
th12 St. Phone 227-7761. tfc-6-11 Porter, First Street, Port St. J,-
DESPERATION SALE: Allstate mo- Beaches
tor scooter. Good condition. Bar- ,OSE WEIGHT safely with n(
gain at $60. See Bob Fox, phone
227-3751. 9-17 Campbell's Drug Store. 12tc-8-'
SVOODU WORKb-Screen door
MATURE WOMEN If you have picture frames, cabinets, kitcht
4 hours a day and are able and sinks made to order. P. G. Hari,
willing to work, a wonderful earn- P1hone 648-4223. tfc-2-1l
ing opportunity waits for you. For -.--
interview at your home write Avon MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
c/o Mrs. Dorothy Martin. Avon man is as near as your telephone.
manager, P. 0. Box 3345, MSS, C(al 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES.
Tallahassee or call 385-1818. OF ST. JOE, across from the Post
Office. Local and Long Distance
OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper, Moving. Free Estimates.
rag content bond, all sizes. On-
ionskin, manuscript covers, carbon ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
paper, clips, fasteners, file folders, every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
Everything for the office. The Star, .' arish House 309 6th t. Port
227-3161. tlrish House, 309% 6th St. Port
7-36. e: Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3.16d fo-
FOR SALE: Registered German j,, her information or write P. 0.
Shepherd puppy, 6 mos. old, $50. 535.
FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom fur- Also a saddle horse, $150. George __ 535
nished and one 3-bedroom fur- F Kimbrel, White City. Phone 229- THERE WILL BE a regular com.
nished houses at Beach. 2-bedroom 2753. 3tp-9-10
furnished, 2-bedroom unfurnished munication of Pori St. Joe Lodge
and 1-bedroom furnished houses in HELP WANTED: Man over 24, va- No .111, F. & A. M., even first
Port St. Joe. Enquire at Smith's cancy in Gulf County or Port St. and third Thursday at 8-00 pnm.
Pharmacy, Phone 227-5111. tfc Joe for Rawleigh dealer. Full time
preferred. Will consider ambitious, ',
ROOM FOR RENT: Call John W. part-timer. Many now earning $3 N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
Brown. Phone 227-8541. tfc-7-16 per hour and up. Write Rawleigh,p h.L. BRGE, Secretary
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un- WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 11,
furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60 TAKE CARE of children' school THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet.
month. Inquire Jim Mapes 648- expenses! By earning money in ing second and fourth TueWd
3840. tfc-8-20 your own neighborhood the Avon nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
way. Write Mrs. Dorothy Martin, Home.
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed- Avon Manager, P. 0. Box 3345,
room apartment. Close to town. MSS, Tallahassee or call 385-1818. R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St
Call Mrs. Hubert Brinson, phone Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
229-4171 or 227-8131. WANTED: Elderly lady living at 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
SBeach to work in grocery store, companions welcome.
FOR RENT: by night or by the Apply in person at St. Joe Beach JOE EVANS, High Priest
week. One bedroom and private Grocery. tfc-8-13 JOHN C. DICKEY. Secretary
bath. Living room and ,Ty room
privilege. 528 corner of:Sixth St. SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call FOR SALE: Legal ruled pads. 25c
and Woodward Ave. 2tp-9-17 Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097 each. The Star. 227-3161.
Given By Gibson,
B. Roy Gibson, Jr., of the La-
bor Day Finance Committee .re-
ported this week that the com-
mittee ended up in the "black".
According to Gibson the affair
received $1,740 in contributions
and $450.00 from other sources,
including the dance.
Expenditures came to $1,740.
This leaves a balance of $450.00
that will be carried over to begin
next year's celebration.
Gibson stressed that all of
these figures were approximate,
as all income and expenditures
have not been reported as yet.
SUPPORT THE SHARKS
Two Cars Damaged THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
wo C s amage THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1964
In Wreck Monday EDUCATION COMMITTEE
TO MEET FRIDAY
Two automobiles suffered slight There will be a meeting of the
damage on Highway 98 near Sec- County Educational Committee,1
ond Street Monday night according Friday, September 18 at 2:00 p.mi
to Highway Patrolman Ken Mur- at the City Hall in Port St. Joe.
According to the Patrol, Ches-
ter Gant, Jr., and Grady Odill Ma-
this were both traveling North on
98 at about 9:45 p.m., when Ma-
this went to pass Gant on the
right. Mathis cut back into the
left lane too quickly and hit the
Gant auto. Damage was inflicted
on the right front fender of the F H E S T A R
Gant auto and the left side of the
Mathis' car. Damage was estimated Phone 227-3161
at $25.00 to each car.
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