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TWENTY.EIGHTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1965 NUMBER 41
Panama City-The Florida For-
est Service has announced the ap-
pointment of Carl F. Muller as
Farm Forester for Bay and Gulf
Muller replaces Jack Manley who
was transferred to Jefferson and
Muller is a 1963 graduate of the
School of Forestry, Auburn Uni-
versity, and has had experience
with a pulpwood dealer at Red Bay,
Alabama. He comes to Bay and
Gulf Counties from St. Louis where
he was employed by the U. S. Air
Force as a cartographer.
As Farm Forester, Muller will
have his headquarters in Panama
City in the Court House Annex on
McKenzie Avenue, telephone 763-
5456. He is available to property
owners of the two counties for ad-
vice and assistance on any prob-
lems concerning forestry, forest
products ,or forest tree species.
As a professionally trained for-
ester, Muller is available for a pe-
riod of up to three days to help
landowners free of charge.
Among the services available are
assistance in selecting and mark-
ing timber for harvest; assistance
in selling timber; recommending
and preparing management plans;
advising on methods and means of
reforesting property; assistance in
gum 'farming; and help in planning
protection of existing stands of tim-
Muller is married and has one
daughter. His father is a longtime
I 1. l
CARL F. MULLER
nurseryman with the Alabama Di-
vision of Forestry at Atmore, Ala-
bama. He and his family plan to
reside in Panama City.
Dr. W. F. Wager Will
Begin X-Ray Training
Dr. W. F. Wager will leave Port
St. Joe on July 1 to begin training
as a x-ray specialist in Memphis,
Dr. Wager will be in training
for three years then hopes to lo-
cate somewhere in West Florida.
Dr. Wager is closing his practice
Wager expresses his regret at
leaving his many friends and pa-
tients in Port St. Joe.
SCD Group Makes
^S 'Plans for Storm
WILLIAM G. HARDY received serious injuries Monday
morning in the pick-up truck pictured at top. He collid-
ed with the semi-trailer truck, pictured above, on the
White City bridge. -Star photo
Man Injured Seriously
In Wreck Early Monday
William G. Hardy of Millville, a
brother of Roland Hardy of Over-
street, received severe chest and
internal injuries as well as a
broken arm and cuts about the
head and face in a collision on the
White City bridge early Monday
morning ,at 5:30 a. m.
Hardy, driving a pick-up truck,
apparently went to sleep according
to Highway Patrolman Ken Murphy
and crossed -over the center lane
of the. bridge int6 thepaii.iof' a
large tractor-trailer truck driven
by Woodford Moore of Birming-
ham, Ala. The trailer truck struck
the pick-up in the left front crush-
ing the front of the vehicle back
Hardy was taken to the Port St.
Joe Municipal Hospital by'a Com-
forter Funeral Home ambulance
and is still confined to the hos-
pital. Woodford was not hurt in
After striking the Hardy vehicle,
Woodford's truck headed for the
guard-rail of the bridge and knock-
ed down four steel and concrete
posts along with the rail and near-
ly went over the edge of the bridge
More Money Voted
For Road Department
The County Commission official-
ly amended their Road and Bridge
Fund budget Tuesday to provide
an additional $20,000 for the road
department. The department had
run out of money abiding by the
regulairbudget.-and had'to have sev-
eral categories in the budget in-
Additional money for the Road
Fund was obtained from surplus
race track funds which the county
has received above the figure bud-
geted at the beginning of the fiscal
The Board increased garage
maintenance by $2,000; equipment
maintenance by $5,000; supplies by
$8,000; material, and equipment by
$10,157; rights of way by $2,500
and insurance by $211.
This made the total budget in-
crease from $173,132 to $193,000.
The Board also eliminated a figure
of $8,000 for new equipment from
The City Council chamber was
the scene of a meeting of the sou-
thern section of the Gulf County
Civil Defense organization at 8:00
The meeting was conducted by
the director of Civil Defense, A. P.
Jackson. Mr. Jackson outlined the
general plan for civilian protection
in the event of a hurricane visita-
tion to our locality.
Jackson introduced Joe Parroti
who recited the known hurricane
history of this area. He told about
the destruction of the. old City ol
St. Joseph and related the destruc-
tion caused by a more recent storm
Ferrell O. Allen, Jr., was intro-
duced and pointed out with the
aid of a county map the various
elevations throughout the county
Mr. Allen pointed out,that much of
the county had elevations below
10 feet above mean tide.
Communications were discussed
with emphasis on coordination be-
tween ham stations, CB stations,
WJOE, the Weather Station in Ap-
alachicola and the St. Joseph Tele-
phone and Telegraph Company.
Charles Norton, safety director
of St. Joe Paper Company gave a
short but interesting talk.
The principal speaker, Mr. Gar-
dener, meteorologist at Apalachi-
cola U. S. weather station, gave a
most interesting talk on hurricanes
throughout the country.
C. R. Lamberson gave a talk on
how the amateur radio emergency
nets are tied together for relaying
information from the weather sta-
tion to other control stations in
Edward Ramsey made an inter-
esting talk on the inter-county
communication between the EOC
and all shelter areas in Gulf Coun-
ty by citizens band two way radios.
SCivil Defense Director, A. P.
Jackson reported to the County
Commission Tuesday night that his
department now has a plan of op-
eration ready for the coming hurri-
Jackson reported that a meeting
held in Port St. Joe Monday night
.by his department set up a plan
of operation by division and is now
ready to be effective in case of
disaster in Gulf County. Jackson
said such a meeting will also be
held in Wewahitchka soon outlin-
ing the program of action in the
north end of the county so that all
concerned with Civil Defense will
be fully instructed as to their du-
HOSPITAL HELD UP
Jackson told the Commission
that Gulf County's acquiring a 200
bed package field hospital has been
held up for a while. The reason for
the hold up is that Gulf County is
now without the services of a
health doctor and this person is
charged with the operation, of the
hospital by the government agency
furnishing the equipment.
Board Chairman James McDan-
iell told Jackson that the Board
had an application for the position
but had heard nothing from the
applicant for a month.
Jackson also reported that fed-
eral funds were available ofi a
matching basis for the purpose- of
constructing emergency quarters in
the new Gulf County courthouse
and asked if the Board wanted him
to obtain further information about
this matter. He said the funds were
available for only that part of the
building designated for shelter.
Jackson also asked the Board for
permission to sell off all of the
Civil Defense vehicles and pur-
chase one new four-wheel drive ve-
Jackson said that CD now has
four vehicles with none of them
dependable. He reported that re-
pairs were constant and the cost
The Board granted permission to
sell the vehicles.
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Visiting With Friends
Steve Majors from Tamps has
been visiting with friends here in
Port St. Joe.
Bob Sikes Will Dedicate Highland View Utility
Water Plant Dedication Saturday
Dedication of the new Highland of $123,000 for construction of the two years work by the Highland Hewett. Hewett has since retired
View water system will take place system and pipeline distribution View group. and moved from the community
on Saturday morning, according to system. Officers of the system are Mc- and Skipper resigned last week in
The system is set up to repay Cormick, chairman; Grover Hol- preparation to moving to another
P. T. McCormick, chairman of the the loan from water revenues, land, secretary and W. C. Forehand town.
Highland View Water District. The project and ceremony Sat- member. Other members until re- Operator of the system is Jeff
The ceremony will begin at 10:30 urday is the culmination of some cently were R. A. Skipper and John Dykes.
Saturday morning at the Highland
View water plant.
On hand for the event will be
Rep. Bob Sikes, who will deliver
the main address. Also on hand
for the ceremonies will be Byrus
Lee, area State Road Department
member and Jerome C. Conner,
Atlanta district Housing and
Home Administration director.
Conner will officially present
keys of the system to P. T. Mc-
Cormick, chairman of the dis-
County Attorney William J.
Rish will act as master of cere-
The new system was completed
and put into operation last month
serving some 200 customers with
treated water in the Highland View
area. The system is capable of pro-
ducing 350 gallons of treated wa-
ter each minute.
Financing for the system was by
the Housing and Home Administra-
tion with the U. S. Government giv-
ing a grant of $90,000 and a loan
George M. Johnson
Is Taken By Death
George M. Johnson, age 82, pas-
sed away late Tuesday afternoon at
the Port St. Joe Municipal Hospi-
Stal following a long period of ill
Johnson was a long-time resident
Sof Port St. Joe. He was a retired
railroad engineer and ,in recent
years was employed by the City of
Port St. Joe for a period of time.
Johnson is survived by three
sons, Mayo of St. Joe Beach, Flet-
cher and Erskine of Pensacola;
three daughters, Mrs. Mildred
Routh of Charlotte, N. C., Mrs.
Florine Fudge, Palatka and Mrs.
Lenora Lewis of Bristol; 14 grand-
children and several nieces and
Funeral services were held at
2:30 p.m. yesterday afternoon from
the First Methodist Church with
t Dr. T. S. Harris officiating assisted
by Rev. C. Byron Smith. Interment
was in the family plot in Mt. Plea-
t sant Cemetery near River Junctio.i.
Active pallbearers included P. J.
Lovett, J. J. St.Clair, Leonard Be-
- lin, Dave Maddox, H. W. Griffin
Sand Jimmy Costin.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Last Rites Are Held
For Rogers Infant
Funeral services were held Sun-
day, June 20, at 3:30 p. m. for
Charles Anthony, three-weeks-old
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
H. Rogers, formerly of Port St. Joe,
stationed at Jacksonville Naval Air
Station, Jacksonville, Fla. Services
were conducted at the First Baptist
Church with Rev. C. Byron Smith
officiating. Burial was in the Holly
Hill cemetery with Riley Funeral
Home of Carrabelle in charge. The
baby was killed instantly when he
was thrown from the car which his
mother was driving on Wednesday,
June 16, 7:30 a. m., when their car
overturned on State Road 377, near
Sopchoppy. The young man's father
was overseas, stationed in Snigola,
Sicily, at the time of the accident,
and never saw his son.
Survivors include his paternal
grandmother, Mrs. Eula Rogers; pa-
ternal great-grandmother, Mrs. L.
H. Kelly; both of Highland View;
his maternal grandmother, Mrs.Lil-
lian Blalock ofZellwood, Fla.; his
maternal, great-grandmother Miley
of Zellwood; his maternal great-
great-grandmother Miley of Carra-
ROBERT E. NEDLEY NAMED TO
BOARD PILOT COMMISSIONERS
Tallahassee-Secretary of State
Tom Adams today announced the
recommissioning of Robert E. Ned-
ley of iort St. Joe as member of
Pilot Commissioners for the Port
of Port St. Joe, Gulf County.
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Pictured above are the officers and
operators of the new Highland View Wa-
ter District, to be dedicated Saturday
morning. Pictured, left to right, are Gro-
ver Holland, secretary; P. T. McCormick,
chairman and Jeff Dykes, plant operator.
Committeeman not present was W. C.
Forehand. -Star photo
Will Use Reserve Funds Next Four Months
County Runs Out of Money
Used for Welfare Payments
Clerk George Y. Core inform-
ed the County Commission Tues-
day night that the County's funds
for welfare purposes have been
Depleted for the current year.
Core stated that presently the
53 persons on the indigent roll are
receiving $767.00 per month in pay-
ments with no provisions made for
funeral or hospital payments made
occasionally by the Board.
The usual payment to indigents
Sis $15.00 per month.
Core reported that there is $563
left in the budget to operate on
for four months. He stated that
payments will have to be cut to
$3.50 each to last for the budget
Core also reported that he had
received a copy of the bill which
gives the School Board the first
$230,000 of race track funds ac-
cruing to Gulf County. He said
that the Comptroller has notified
him that the county can budget
$240,000 in next year's budget
for race track money. This will
give the County $10,000 from
this source which usually yields
over $100,000 each year.
Core told the Board, "even with
no increases in expenditures next
year, I don't know where the mon-
ey to operate on is coming from. .
and you've already granted a $5,-
000 increase in the mosquito con-
To take care of the immediate
Pest Control Funds
The Board of County Commission
voted Tuesday night to approve a
budget for the mosquito control
department which cost Gulf County
$41,500 in the next fiscal year.
This budget was approved early
so that it might be turned in to
the State Health Department on
July 1 for approval and matching
money. Presently the state pays
about one quarter of the mosquito
and pest control operations.
In Daniell's budget was money
to provide twice a week spraying
for every community in the Coun-
ty containing more than 20 homes
and also provide a raise in salary
for the employees and a $250.00
per year raise for the director, C.
The raise for employees was 3c
per hour in wages and more parti-
matter 'of the depleted welfare Commissioner Graham made Mc-
budget, Chairman McDaniell rec- Daniell's recommendation in the
ommended that funds be taken form of a motion stipulating that
from the reserve and contingen- no funds be made available for
cies fund to operate on for the re- hospital and funeral -.:.penses for
mainder of the year. the remainder of the year.
Fishing Licenses, Boat Registration
Expire June 30; Must Re-New By July 1
Deadline for the 1965-66 fishing
license is midnight June 30. Fish-
ermen are advised that Wildlife
Officers will conduct a strict fresh
water fishing license check effec-
tive July 1.
Persons violating the provisions
of the fishing license law may be
fined not less than'ten dollars, nor
more than $300, or imprisoned not
to exceed 90 days.
Fishermen may obtain their
1965-66 fishing license at the of-
fices of all County Judges and their
Fishing licenses are available
in Port St. Joe at Tomlinson's
Gulf Service Station and at the
Sheriff's office in the City Hall.
through June 30 of 1966.
Boat registration fees are $1.50
for boats less than 12 feet' long;
$5.50 for all boats 12 up to 16 feet;
$10.50 for 16 up to 26 feet and
$30.50 for 26 up to 40 feet.
All boats with motors of over
10 horsepower must be registered.
Boat' registrations may be ob-
tained in Port St. Joe at the Ad-
dison Insurance Agency.
Two Boys Charged
With Burglary At Beach
Wayne White of the Gulf Coun-
ty Sheriff's took into custody last
weePk pnd twn hnbovs accused n of en-
License fees are: resident, com- tearing a beach cottage near Port
bination hunting and fishing, St. Joe.
$10.50; resident, annual fishing, Arrested were two teen age boys,
$3.00; non-resident, annual, $8.00; one from Arkansas and one from
non-resident, 14-day continuous Mobile, Alabama. The boys were
fishing, $3.25; non-resident, five- also wanted in Pensacola and Pan-
day continuous fishing, $2.25. ama City, but presently are lodged
BOAT REGISTRATION DUE in the Gulf County 5il charged
Also due before July 1 is iegis- with breaking and entering with
tration fees for boats. All boats intent to commit petit larceny.
must be re-registered prior to The two strange boys were seen
July 1 which will be effective in a local drive-in last week carry-
ing luggage and a record player.
All-Star Games Set After the theft was discovered,
Deputy Wayne White radioed in
For Saturday, July 3 the direction of South Florida
S, where the boys were picked up in
The annual Dixie Youth Base- Ocala from White's radioed des-
ball all-star games will be held this cription.
year next Saturday, July 3 at the
local ball park in Forest Park. County Will Clean
All-star teams have not been se-
lected as yet, but will be announc- Up Area Beaches
ede in next week's issue nf Th
In conjunction with the all-star
games, several valuable door prizes
will be given away including two
transistor radios and other valu-
able prizes donated by local mer-
Visiting Relatives Here
Col. and Mrs. Charles Brock and
daughter, Charlene, from Charles-
ton, S. C., are visiting Mr. ard Mrs.
C. L. Costin and Mr. and Mrs. C.
cipation in an insurance program., G. Costin, Sr.
Port St. Joe merchants requested
the County Tuesday night to clean
up debris and sea weed that has
accumulated on Gulf County bea-
The sea weed and debris accumu-
lated as a result of the recent
stormy weather and have made the
beaches unsightly and noxious.
Since sea weed is suspected as a
breeding place for dog flies, the
County Board instructed the Pest
Control Department to see about
disposing of the weed and debris.
I O COPY
Carl F. Muller Appointed Farm-Forester
For Bay and Gulf County District
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Wewahitchka, Florida, cuit
June 8, 1965. the o
The. Board of County Commis- at T,
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, Pu
met this date in regular session Boar
with the following members pres- velop
ent: James G. McDaniel, Chairman, Coun
Leo Kennedy, Walter Graham, 30 fo
James C. Horton, and T. D. Whit- ship
field. The Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney disc
Mosquito Control Supervisor and sione
Road Superintendent were also jecte
The meeting came to order at Boar
9:00 A. M. The Clerk opened the accept
meeting with prayer. othe
The minutes of May 11th and by
25th were read, corrected, approv- onet
ed and adopted. Commissioner Gra- Coma
ham requested that his statement Com
as to why he did not vote on the tdee
motion to employ Donofro and As- eesd
sociates as Architect for the new stan
courthouse and jail as recorded on pavec
page 311 of the minutes of May 25, s 0
1965 be clarified; that he intended. nedy
the record to show that he first as fo
voted for Norman P. Gross because cept
a Gulf County citizen was associat- W.
ed with that firm and now he called
would not vote against the motion amen
to employ Donofro and Associates mous
because the firm also has a Gulf calle(
County citizen associated with it. and s
Pursuant to notice published ac- The
cording to law, the Board called unanj
for a public hearing on a petition man
to close, vacate and abandon the said
15 ft. alley in Block 10 in Beacon Pur
Hill. After none appeared before bids f
the Board with a complaint as to wahit
granting said petition, Commission- lowin
er Kennedy offered the resolution Const
and moved for its adoption, sec- City,
onded by Commissioner Graham pairs
and unanimously adopted. sum 0
On motion by Commissioner Comn
,Whitfield,, seconded by Commis- by Cc
sioner Graham the Resolution was carrie
adopted that the State Road De- cause
apartment of Florida authorize and amou
request Gulf County to furnish the The
necessary rights of way, borrow order
pits and easements for that portion Men
of Section 51001, State Road 30-E, for Je
extending from State Road S-30 in Jay
Section 20, Township 9 South, Cecil
Range, 11 West, Westerly and Flo
Northwesterly to St. Joseph Park, hasse
which has been surveyed and lo- Cor
cated by the State Road Depart- as to
ment as shown by a map on file in the p
the office of the Clerk of the Cir- plan.
THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1965 that nothing has been decided at
The County Service Officer filed
a report of his June case load.
the The Farm Agent filed his month-
)MMISSIONM The Clerk notified the Board that
lMMISSION the General Services Administra-
tion of the United States Govern-
ment has announced that 1,774
t o s a i acres on St .Joseph's Peninsula is
Court of said County, and in now declared surplus and available
office of the said Department for purchase by a public subdivis-
allahassee. ion of the State. After discussion,
rsuant to a request by this the' Clerk was instructed to notify
d ,the St. Joseph Land and De. the State Park Board that this
)ment Company presented the Board will not make application
ity a right of way deed for a for said lands but to urge the Park
oot road in Section 27, Town- Board to secure the lands for in-
3 South, Range 10 West. In a corporation into the St. Joseph's
mission that followed, Commis- Peninsula State Park.
ars Kennedy and Graham ob- The Florida Outdoor Recre-
d to accepting a 30 foot ease- national Planning Committee noti-
Sand pointed out that this fied the Board that any action to
d has heretofore refused to develop the Beacon Lighthouse site
pt a 30 foot right of way on would best be served at the county
r lands. There was a motion level.
Commissioner Whitfield, sec- Commissioner Graham discussed
d by Commissioner Horton certain needed maintenance on
the Board accept this deed.
tissioner Graham amended county streets in White City and
missioner Graham amended stated that some of these streets
motion as follows: that the need to be raised from their pres
be accepted with the under- ent level and the ditches ought to
ding that this road will not bebe pulled. It was decided that this
d until a 50 foot right of way project be added to the future
obtained. Commissioner Ken- work program for the County Road
further amended the motion Department.
allows: that this Board also ac- The Chairman called to the at-
a 30 foot right of way from mention of the Board that certain
C. Forehand. The Chairman road projects have heretofore been
i for a vote on the second approved and ordered by this Com-
idment and same was unam- mission, but that these projects
ly carried. A vote was then have continued to be omitted. He
d for on the first amendment suggested that the Road Commis-
;ame was unanimously carried. sioner make a list of these projects
original motion was then and have them completed as soon
imously carried. The Chair-as possible
instructed the Clerk to record Commissioner Graham stated
deed. that this omitted work is probably
rsuant to a notice to receive due to the communication system
for roofing repairs to the We- between the Board members, the
:chka Health Center, the fol- Road Superintendent and the Road
g bid was received: Bonded Department employees. He stated
ruction Company, Panama that communications is a very im-
Florida, offered to do the re- portant item in this type of work
as per advertisement for the and that this Board and its em-
of $1,415.00. Upon motion by ployees have the "least, shortest,
lissioner Graham, seconded and most jumbled-up" communi-
,mmissioner Horton, and duly cations of any group that he knows
id this bid was rejected be- of. He suggested that the Board
the bid is in excess of the consider a radio system for the
nt of funds available. County at the time the next budget
e following hospital bill was is adopted.
ed paid: Commissioner Graham requested
morial Hospital, Panama City, information as to the status of the
erry Gant, $75.00. courthouse site. The attorney re-
Clinic, Panama City, for Mrs. ported that a deed for the property
Posey, $40.00. has been recorded; a survey made;
rida A.&. M. Hospital, Talla- that a title insurance binder has
e, for Theo R. Harris, $65.95. been written but the policy has not
nmissioner Graham inquired been received at this time.
the progress being made on Commissioner Graham then re-
roposed new Group Insurance quested information as to the prog-
The Chairman announced ress Gulf County Canal project has
CIVILIZED. Hot weather often makes little angels behave like little savages. Bu the
civilizing influence of air-conditioning is remarkable. With a flip of a switch, your
home can become an island of cool calm. Your electric cooling unit wrings humidity
from the air...brings temperatures (and tempers) down to the pleasant level. A
luxury? No more than a stove in a Klondike winter. And speaking of ipnter, an elec-
tric heat pump keeps springtime in your home year-round! Mild manners, too.
PRIIGTIME IN Y A UiR OMEM FLO
with .electric air-cond.ti .CORPORATnON
with /2*&q electric air-conditioning! Porw! c
M x-pAYMI;NVZMOWNED namrc mwAW
made. The Chairman stated that payments to Nina Kent be reduced
the right of way as requested by to $7.50 per month.
the United States Engineers is the Commissioner Graham suggest-
only thing holding the project up ed that the County request the St.
at this time. Joseph's Land and Development
Commissioner Graham discussed Company to help the County clear
the policy of this Board to pur- the new courthouse site. The Clerk
chase all county requirements in was instructed to write the archi-
Gulf County and stated that in tect to meet with the Board to dis-
checking into this matter he finds cuss a master plan for this site.
that most of the parts buying is The attorney reported on the
pretty well centralized and that he progress of the right of way for
thinks this business should be pass- the Old Panama City road.
ed out on a more equal basis. He The Mosquito Control Supervisor
then requested that all county busi- presented his 1965-66 budget,.call-
nesses be given some of these or- ing for a county expenditure of
ders, providing all prices are equal. $69,475.00. After discussion, the
The Clerk notified the Board Board directed the budget be in-
that he has been notified by Sena- creased by $5,078.00 for the pur-
tor George G. Tapper that the pose of spraying all communities
Legislature has recently passed a having over 20 homes. The budget
law requiring Gulf County to have to be considered at the next regu-
a purchasing agent that will handle lar meeting.
all county buying. The Clerk reported the following
The Clerk then notified the Board bank balances in the several coun-
that the Legislature passed a law ty funds as of June 1, 1965.
giving the first $230,000.00 of the General Fund ---------$54,072.11
race track funds accruing to Gulf Fine and Forfeiture Fund 37,729.31
County to the Board of Public In- Road and Bridge Fund 47,451.08
struction; that in the past this St. Joseph Fire Con-
Board received one-half of the race trol Fund 1,396.48
track funds. This new law will ne- County Free Library
cessitate the amount of race track Fund 1e 561.25
funds now in the budget to be re- Mosquito Control Fund 8,300.56
placed by otherreceipts and it ap- Time Deposit Fund 62,712.90
pears that the only additional re-
ceipts available is to increase the The Bills were presented, exam-
millage rate, ined, approved and ordered paid.
Commissioner Graham askedtha The meeting did then recess un-
o 7:00 o'clock P. M.
the Board keep the public inform- 7:00 O'clock P. M.
ed in advance as to what to expect ock M
tax-wise when the new race track The meeting came to order at
fund bill goes into effect and any 7:00 P. M., pursuant to recess
other new law that affects the taken at 11:30 A. M., this date.
spending of Gulf County. He said The Board discussed the need
that to replace the $115,000.00 race for a Supplemental 1965-65 Road
track funds that will be lost to the and Bridge Budget in order to con-
schools will require about- 8 or 9 tinue operating throughout this fis-
mills if it is replaced by advalorem cal year. After much discussion the
taxes and that the new courthouse Board voted to adopt the tentative
will require still another tax levy Supplemental Budget for the Road
of up to 5 mills ,the exact amount and Bridge Fund to-wit:
not being known at this time. After Road and Bridge Fund-Revenues
discussion ,it was decided that the and Receipts
Board could not correctly analyze 111 Gasoline Tax ___ $ 53,000.00
the financial picture for the next!112 Special Fuel Tax__ 645.00
fiscal year until copies of all the 113 Auto Transporta-
new laws affecting Gulf County be tion Tax 740.00
received from the Legislature. 115 Race Track Funds_ 95,000.00
After discussion, the Board vot- 130 Taxes 47,553.00
ed to participate in the Highland Total Estimated
View Water Works dedication pro- Receipts --__--_ 196,938100
gram on June 26, 1965, with ex- Less 5% --_ __ 9,847.00
penditures not to exceed $100.00. 95% of Estimated
The Board entered into lengthy Receipts ____- 187,091.00
discussion with reference to public Balance to be brought
boat landings in the county. Com- forward (Cash)__- 21,447.00
-missioner Kennedy said that he has Total Estimated Re-
found that many Gulf County citi- ceipts and Bal._ 209,538.00
zens do not know where these land- Estimated Expenditures
ings are located and suggested that 411 Supervisor Salary 6,500.00
proper signs be erected. He further 415 Free Labor ------ 87,932.00
stated that the County landing on 421 Maintenance and Oper-
Chipola River near Transfer land- ation Garage -___- 4,000.00
ing needs certain maintenance. The 422 Maint. Equipment_ 17,000.00
Board agreed that this landing be 423 Gas and Oils _____ 9,000.00
properly maintained. 424 Supplies _-_ __- 15,000.00
The Chairman informed the 431 Road, Bridge and
Board that all operating funds in Culvert Materials __ 35,157.00
the Road and Bridge fund will be 451 Right of Ways ___- 5,000.00
exhausted before the end of the 453 Insurance ______ 1,411.00
fiscal year and suggested that the 911 Tax Collections
Commission consider amending the to Cities -___- 12,000.00
budget by authorizing any surplus Total Apropriation_ 193,000.00
race track funds be added to the Reserve for Contin-
total of the present budget. It was agencies ___ __ 13,538.00
decided that the Board meet at Reserve for Cash
7:00 P. M. tonight to discuss this Balances __ 3,000.00
matter. Total Budget ---_ $299,538.00
The Board directed that welfare The Board directed the Clerk to
ALBERT G. WOOD COMPLETES bat engi
COMBAT ENGINEER COURSE serve E
Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.-Army Leonard
Private Albert G. Wood, son of Mr. During
and Mrs. Gabe Wood, 417 Eighth instructi
St., Highland View, Port St. Joe, repair o:
Fla., completed an eight-week corn- tures.
advertise the above Supplemental de
Budget, notifying that a public The 2
hearing will be held on the above uated fro
tentative Supplemental Budget at in1964
9:00 A. M., July 13, 1965. n 1964
The meeting did then adjourn. -
JAMES G. McDANIEL, C
George Y. Core, Clerk.
ineer course under the Re-
nlistment Program at Fort
Wood, Mo., June 17.
g the course Wood received
don in the construction and
f roads, railroads and struc-
lood also received training
)lition and mine warfare.
1-year-old soldier was grad-
om Port St. Joe High School
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|GT. WILLIAM R. WILLIAMS IS
4NOW STATIONED IN GERMANY
3d Infantry Div., Germany -
my Sgt. William R. Williams,
son'of Ben C. Williams, Port St.
'3oe, Fla., was assigned to the 3rd
IInfantry Division in Germany, June
, Sergeant Williams ,a fire dis-
tribution system crewman with
:Headquarters Battery, 69th Artil-
THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1965
lery of the division, entered the
Army in April 1962, received basic
training at Fort Gordon, Ga., and
was last stationed at Fort George
G. Meade, Md.
The 21-year-old sergeant is a
1961 graduate of Port St. Joe High
School and attended Chipola Junior
College in Marianna. His mother,
Mrs. Alice M. Williams, lives at
2821 Bosworth Lane, Bowie ,Md.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D, Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 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"
Citizens Federal Savings
and Loan Association
WILL BE CLOSED
TUESDAY, JUNE 29
For Posting Dividends
A severely handicapped worker
who puts off making his claim for
Social Security payments risks los-
ing all or part of the Social Secur-
ity payments that may be due him.
This is the information given today
by John V. Carey, Social Security
District Manager in Panama City.
"Disability payments under the
program may be made retroactive
for a maximum of 12 months be-
fore the month a claim is filed,"
Carey said. He went on to say that
no disability payments are made
for the first 6 months a worker is
To get disability payments, a
worker must meet a special work
requirement of the Social Security
law. This requirement, Carey ex-
plained, is that the worker have 5,
years of work under Social Secur- uV INS ASSI 'U IV I TNUALL
ity in the 10-year period before he Reno, Nev.-Staff Sergeant Mar-
is disabled. A claim for benefits vin E. Owens, son of Mr. and Mrs.
should be made soon after the dis- Marvin A. Owens, who reside on
ability begins. Star Route, Bristol, Fla., has com-
A worker who delays his claim pleted the rigorous U. S. Air Force
after he becomes disabled could survival and special training course
lose Valuable Social Security pay- conducted by 'the Air Training
ments. Any worker who is too dis- Command at Stead AFB, Nev.
abled to work and whose .condition Sergeant Owens, an aircraft
is not obviously temporary should maintenance technician, received
get in ouch with the office at 1135 combat-type escape and evasion
Harrison Avenue, Panama City, training to enable him to survive
without delay. "Only by doing so," under adverse climatic conditions
concluded Carey, "can the worker and hostile environments.
be sure he will not lose Social Se- The sergeant is being assigned to
curity payments which are right- a unit at Tyndall AFB, Fla., which
fully his." supports the Air Defense Command
-mission of defending the continen-
tal U. S. against enemy air attack.
PINES Sergeant Owens is a graduate of
Liberty County High School. His
Stand Tall wife, Hazel, is the daughter of Mr.
Sand Mrs. Ike Watson of Port St.
In Florida's Joe, Fla.
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Giant Generator to Produce for FPC
CLINTON KNAPP SMITH AT
Howey in the-Hills Clinton
Knapp Smith ,son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Smith enrolled Sunday in the
10th grade for the tenth annual
summer session at Howey Acad-
emy, an independent, co-educa-
tional, college-preparatory school
at Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida.
In addition to the academic
schedule Knapp will participate in
a variety of recreational activities
which include horseback riding,
water skiing, and weekend tours
to several Florida attractions.
Academy Headmaster Dr. C. A.
Vaughn, Jr., announced that 175
students are enrolled for the June
14-August 5 term. "This is the larg-
est summer session ever offered
by Howey Academy," he said.
STAFF SERGEANT MARVIN E.
EDWARD PETERS GRADUATES
AT MEHARRY MED. COLLEGE
Governor George Romney of
Michigan highlighted the 90th com-
mencement exercises at Meharry
Medical College this week.
Governor Romney delivered the
commencement address to a gradu-
ating class of 74 students: 47 in
medicine; 20 in dentistry; five in
dental hygiene; and two in medi-
A 275-ton electric power giant
-weighing more than twenty-
seven 45-passenger city buses-
has arrived at the construction
site of Florida Power Corpora-
tion's new Crystal River plant.
The 550,000-pound generator,
built by General Electric Com-
pany in Schnectady, N. Y., is ap-
proximately 30 feet long and 13
feet- in diameter. It was shipped
on a specially-equipped, 16-wheel
railroad flatcar from Schnectady
on May 12 and delivered at the
plant site on June 3. The heavily-
loaded car traveled no faster than
25 miles per hour enroute.
Work on the generator's 34-
-foot-high concrete foundation is
being completed. A unique jack-
ing rig will be used to "lift" the
generator vertically 34 feet and
then "slide" it into position atop
the foundation. The lifting and
placing of the generator will take
from three to four days. The final
concrete work for the foundation
was accomplished with a single,
continuous "pour" of 834 cubic
yards of concrete; the foundation
contains a total of 1,404 cubic
yards of concrete and 206 tons of
steel reinforcing bars. Florida
Power engineers devised a
unique method of utilizing exist-
ing steel beams (destined for the
SAddressing the Baccalaureate
audience was Dr. John W. Rustin,
retired Atlanta minister, formerly
Among the graduates was Ed-
ward L. Peters, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Peters, 154 Avenue "F,"
Port St. Joe, Fla.
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ATTENDING HIGH SCHOOL
Two St. Joe High School stud-
ents, Miss Jacque Price, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Price, 1401
Monument Avenue, and Miss Mar-
tha Fite, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Fite, 1029 McClellan Avenue,
are in Gainesville this week at-
tending the Newspaper Section of
the Seventh Annual High School
They are two of the 141 student
journalists, representing over 80
of Florida's high schools, who have
gathered on the University of'Flor-
ida campus for the week long pro-
gram conducted by FICUS and the
University's School of Journalism
The program places emphasis on
the subjects of editing,, features-
editorials, news writing, and photo-
journalism. Both school newspaper
advisers and graduates of the In-
stitutes held on the University cam-
pus for the past six summers have
praised the instruction received in
the ever growing area of high
Meeting of Tax Equalization
Notice is hereby given that the
City Tax Assessment Roll for the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, for
the year 1965, will be submitted to
the Tax Equalizing Board for ap-
proval on the 6th day of July, A.
D. 1965, at the City Hall at 7:00 P.
M. All persons desiring to have cor-
rections made in such rolls, wheth-
er in the listing, valuation of prop-
erty or otherwise, are requested to
file with the undersigned on or be-
fore the 6th day of July, 1965, their
petition setting forth their objec-
tions to such assessment and the
corrections which they desire to
Witness my hand and the official
seal of the City of Port St. Joe,
Florida, this 21st day of June, A.
J. B. WILLIAMS,
City Auditor and Clerk
as Ex-Officio Tax Assessor.
June 24-July 1
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surbine roof), rather than wood, ber one of the new plant, will
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JHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1%3- Look ii'r individual circular spot 'Dodson TIk About Bank Ope a tion Accident im w h
Sthat'ipidly become irregular. They S u pe l
are reddish-brown and may haveKiClubTues.
Plant Diseases Are Like grayish-white centers on the upper To Lions Club At Monday Meeting To Kiwvra Club Tues.
A Pe*vet$S impressive film entitle(
leaf surface Walter C. Dodson, president of if ever, shipped out of Port St. Joe. "Anatomy of An Accident" wq
The flowers also may be affected. the Florida National Bank at Port The local bank-as well as any shown to the Port St. Joe Kiwan
P ay m ents R regular Petals become spotted, later darken St. Joe, told the Lions Club Mon- bank its size-keeps around $200 Club at their luncheon meetir
s Ruand wither. day that half dollars are in short to $300 thousand on hand at all Tuesday.
B-v Hervey Sharnpe Editor Florida leavesso wing irremglar nr d- -Zinnia leaf spot fungus over- supply as a result of the recent times to conduct the local econ- The film dealt very graphical
Agricultural Extension Service eating margins. The spots may vary
Plant diseases are like mortgage from pin-point size to half the
payments-they are regular events, width of the rose leaf. The larger
You can borrow to pay the mort- spots often are surrounded by a
gage. But this won't work in the
garden, because diseasesdon't ac-yellow halo. Infected leaves turn
cent I. O. U's. yellow and fall. In a severe attack,
To keep from borrowing garden
troubles, make daily inspections
and be ready to act if a disease ap-
Remember, a few ounces of
chemicals as prevention are worth
many ill-fated pounds after flow-
ers succumb to an incurable mal-
Keep the bifocals adjusted for a
glimpse of black spot on roses. It's
caused by a fungus. The ailment is
especially troublesome during rainy
weather. However, it may strike at
Symptoms include black spots on
defoliation occurs, followed by
death to the plant.
Spores of the fungus are spread
bysplashing rain or by mechanical
contact when the leaves are wet.
In warm weather, spores often ger-
minate and infect rose leaves with-
in a six-hour period.
It's best to prevent black spot
rather than attempt to cure it.
Some rose gardeners apply protec-
tive dusts or sprays at weekly in-
tervals throughout the year. Sug-
gested controls include M-45, Phal-
tan and Captain.
Zinnia leaf spot can give trouble.
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If you are a newcomer, please call
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In extra-special touches of glamor, there isn't a
compact that can stack up to the American.
But you're entitled to a lot more than dazzle.
So we give the American the good solid build,
the quality feel, the honest beauty that is char-
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Double-Safety Brakes, Advanced Unit Construc-
winters on the seed and in the
soil where zannias have been
grown. Therefore, the seed should
be treated with Semesan before
For a mild outbreak, pull off and
destroy the infected zinnia leaves.
If this fails, then spray the plants
Chrysanthemum leaf spot is an-
other summer disease. Small dark
spots appear on the leaves, grad-
ually increasing until the spots
grow together. Numerous minute,
bladk fruiting bodies of fungus ap-
pears in the centers of the spots.
Lower leaves are attacked first.
They turn brown and remain on the
plant, giving a fired appearance.
The control for 'mum leaf spot
is weekly sprayings with Parzate,
or similar chemicals.
Poinsettia scab makes plants un-
sightly and causes considerable
Look for corky, scab-like pustules
occurring on stems and leaf pes-
ticles. The scabs at first are red-
dish-brown, later turning ash gray.
First try controlling by pruning
and destroying infected branches.
If this does not slow up the disease,
then apply sprays of maneb or
Powdery mildew might give trou-
ble on crape myrtle, roses and on a
number of annuals. The symptoms
include hairy or powdery grayish-
white growth on leaves producing
a distinctive curling.
For control of mildew, dust with
sulfur or use a copper spray.
There are scores of other dis-
eases that could invade the garden.
The best way to prevent this is to
plant shrubs from a certified nurs-
ery and seeds that have been in-
spected by the Department of Agri-
culture. Healthy, vigorously grow-
ing plants tend to stay healthy with
Should a plant malady encroach
your domain, contact your county
agricultural agent. He has the lat-
est information on disease control
as furnished to him by the Univer-
sity of Florida Agricultural Experi-
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change shortage that hit the na
tion. Dodson said that quarters are
also in short supply with other de-
nominations getting back into plen-
In Port St. Joe, practically change
problems abound as is faced by the
On the strictly local level, the
local bank receives about $40 to
$60 thousand in bills each week
and a corresponding amount of
change to do business locally. But
Dodson said money is hardly ever,
fatal traffic accident and the
small "things" that cause the ma-
jority of the traffic fatalities.
The purpose of the film was tf
show the need and the advisability
for "Defensive" driving. The film,
p ro u ce..y t B 1i m 1erep n ..n .
produced by the Bell Telepnone
Company, stressed driving at all
Ivy times as if the other driver is going
omy and supply the money needs. with the effect on a family of a to do the wrong thing.
In standing with the other 31 A sobering statistic shown by the
Florida Banks, the Port St. Joe dends every quarter. film was that one out of seven driv-
Dodson said, that the bank will ers on the highways today will be
bank is 10th from the bottom in loan money on anything but furs involved in an accident before the
size. It is currently in the $6 mil- and diamonds. year is over.
lion class, having deposits and as- Concerning the new bank build- Guests of the Club included Sam
sets of the $6 million neighborhood, ing, Dodson said that construction Morgan, John Paul, Capt. Baum-
Dodson said that although the is now underway with clearing and gartner, Coy Helms, Albert Brad-
bank makes money, the money is preparation of the site and con- shaw and W. W. Strom of Panama
put right back into the community struction of the two story, 16,000 City; Dr. Roche of Waco, Texas,
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Mary Linda Presley, Gene Skipper
Are Married In Wewahitchka Church
The'marriage of Miss Mary Linda
Presley and Tommy Gene Skipper
*was solemnized in a beautiful cere-
mony June 5th at 1:00 o'clock in
the afternoon in the Assembly of
God Church, Wewahitchka, Florida.
Rev. Claude McGill performed the
double ring ceremony.
Miss Presley is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas J. Presley and
the bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie M. Skipper, Kin-
As the guests assembled Mr.
Fletcher Patterson presented a
medley of prenuptial music. The
candles were lighted by Dallas J.
Presley, Jr., brother of the bride.
Mr. Patterson accompanied Miss
Sandra McDaniel as she sang "I
Love You Truly" and "Whither
Vows were spoken before a love-
ly altar setting composed of four
large standards of white gladioli.
Seven branched candelabros hold-
ing burning tapers and polished
greenery provided the background.
Miss -Glenda Fay Capps, the
bride's only attendant, wore a dress
of champagne Alencon lace over
satin with long tapered sleeves. Her
head-piece was a champagne satin
bow. She carried a nosegay of pink
carnations with pink ribbon stream-
Serving his brother as best man
was Gerald W. Skipper. Ushers
were Ray Skipper, brother of the
bridegroom of Hartford, Alabama,
and Lucious Rushing, brother-in-
law of the groom.
The bride approached the altar
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on the arm of her father, and was
radiant in her bridal gown of silk
organza fashioned along traditional
lines. The figurine bodice held a
bateau neckline and long sleeves
which terminated in a soft point
over the wrist. The bell-shaped
skirt was floor length with lace ap-
plique accented with seed pearls
and sequins. Her jewelry consisted
of a single strand of tiny pearls.
Her triple tiered veil of silk il-
lusion was attached to a tiara of
seed pearls and sequins. She carried
a cascade bouquet of feathered
white carnations nestled in tulle
and centered by a white orchid
with ribbons and tiny love knots.
The bride's mother was attired
in a two piece dress of blue silk
linen and matching accessories. Her
corsage was white carnations.
The bridegroom's mother select-
ed a lace trimmed dress of soft blue
cotton and also wore white carna-
Mrs. Annie D. Pitts, grandmother
of the bride, and Mrs. Mary H.
Dais. 'maternal great-grandmotheXr
of the bride, were lovely in their
Mr. and Mrs. Presley entertain-
ed the wedding party and guests
with a reception at the Gulf Coast
Electric Co-op lounge which was
beautifully decorated for the oc-
casion with polished greenery ac-
cented by artistically arranged
The bride's book was displayed
on a small round table covered
with a cut-work line ncloth ,simply
decorated with a small arrange-
ment of gardenias. Registering the
guests was Miss Jeanette Shavers.
Guests were welcomed and intro-
duced to the receiving line by Mrs.
William Roemer, Sr., who also di-
rected the wedding.
The long refreshment table was
overlaid with green, festooned with
white nylon net scalloped and
caught at the corners with nose-
gays of gardenias. Centered on the
table was the four-tiered wedding
cake embossed with white, topped
with a miniature bride and bride-
groom, flanked by three branched
silver candelabras holding burning
tapers. Compotes holding mints and
nits were placed at vantage points."
Punch was served from a crystal
Following the initial cutting of
the cake by the newlyweds, the re-
freshment table was presided over
by Mrs. Walter Batson, Mrs. Clyde
Cooley and Mrs. Billy Batson.
The bride threw her bridal bou-
quet amid a host of anticipating
For traveling the bride chose a
blue dress with white overlace,
white accessories and the orchid
lifted from her bridal bouquet.
The couple enjoyed a wedding
trip to Weeki Wachee Springs and
other points of interest in South
The bride was graduated from
Wewahitchka High School in the
class of 1965. The bridegroom is a
graduate of Blountstown High
School, class of 1963.
Out-of-town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Lucious Rushing, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Skipper, Miss Beatrice Davis,
Mrs. Ruth Cooper, Mrs. Mary E.
Davis, Mrs. Harry Macon, Miss
Cindy Macon, Mrs. Annie E. Porter,
Miss Ethel Pitts, Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
Midget Investments That Yield
EDNA HORTON CIRCLE
The Edna Horton Circle met
June 16 at the home of Mrs. Fran-
cis Robbins with four members
and one visitor present.
The meeting was called to order
by the chairman,. Mrs. George Hol-
land. Mrs. Barney Earley led in
prayer. A very interesting program
from the Royal Service magazine
was given by Mrs. Earley.
Refreshments were served by the
ELEANOR HOWELL CIRCLE
The Eleanor Howell Circle of
Long Avenue Baptist Church met
in the home of Mrs. Inez Huckeba,
801 Marion Ave., Tuesday, June
15th, at 9:30 a. m.
Circle Chairman Mrs. Jessie
Core gave the prayer calendar and
Mrs. Helen Britt led in prayer.
After a short business meeting a
very interesting program, "The
Home: Expressing Missionary Con-
cern" was given by the members
Mrs. Jessie Core dismissed the
meeting with prayer.
CIRCLE MET MONDAY
The Louise Sparkman Circle of
the Long Avenue Baptist WMU
met at the church Monday night,
Mrs. Joe Parrott opened the
meeting with the call to prayer.
The program, "The Home", exprcs-
sing missionary concern, was given
by the following: Mrs. David Jen-
kins, Mrs. Charles Marshall, Mrs.
John Hanson and Mrs. Billy Nor
ris. Others present were Mrs. Joe
I ortner and Mrs. Randall McClain.
A visitor, Mrs. Robinson, was wel-
The meeting was closed by Mrs.
David Jenkins leading in prayer
and icfreshments were served to
the group by Mrs. John Hanso:i
and Mrs. Joe Fortner.
FIRST BAPTIST CIRCLE 2 MET
WITH MRS. SPEARS MONDAY
Circle 2 of the W. M. S. of the
First Baptist Church met in the
home of Mrs. C. D. Spears Monday
afternoon at 3 o'clock with five
members present and Mrs. Spears,
circle chairman, presiding.
The meeting opened with the
prayer chairman, Mrs. T. E. Parker,
Sr., naming the missionaries on the
birthday calendar, and Mrs. Rubye
Pridgeon offering special prayer
The program chairman, Mrs. E.
C. Cason, and all members develop-
ed the program from the Royal
Service magazine on "The Home:
Relating to World Mission."
Good reports were given from
each committee during the business
session. Mrs. Cason dismissed with
All members enjoyed the social
Collection Workers' Are
Named for Thrift 'Shop
Anyone having articles they wish
to give to the Hospital Auxiliary,
please contact Mrs. Dick Lamber-
son, Mrs. Milton Chafin, or Mrs.
Harry Tison or take them by the
Thrift Shop on Thursday mornings.
Thrift Shop workers for Satur-
day, June 26, are: Mrs. Lawrence
Bissett, Mrs. Bill Findley and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James Charles Wat-
kins, Port St. Joe, announce the
birth of a daughter, Rosa Lea, June
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Wilkes, 509
8th Street, announce the birth of
a son, Michael Anthony, June 17,
Mr .and Mrs. T. E. Parker, Jr.,
316 Woodward Ave., announce the
birth of a son, Thomas Edward, III,
June 14, 1965.
Mr. and Mrs. Starr Parker, II,
Riverside, Calif., announces the
birth of a son, Robert Benton, June
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dewey Cuth-
riell, Sr., 532 8th Street, announce
the birth of a son, Harold Dewey,
Jr., June 20, 1965.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1965
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MISS KAREN ANN LUNDQUIST
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lund-
quist of Harrison, Arkansas, an-
nounce the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their
daughter. Karen Ann. to David
Julius Odum, son of Rev. and
Mrs. J. C. Odum of Port St. Joe.
The bride-elect graduated from
Harrison High School, Harrison,
Ark. ,and attended Ouachita Bap-
tist University, Arkadelphia,
Ark., where she majored in
Journalism. Miss Lundquist was
a member of the Theta Lambda
Tau Social Sorority.
Mr. Odum graduated from Port
St.' Joe High School and was a
Distinguished Military Graduate
of Ouachita Baptist University
where he earned the Bachelor of
Science in Education degree with
a major' in Biology. Mr. Odum
will be given his official commis-
sion as Lieutenant in the United
States Army on August 13. Mr.
Odum was a member of the Al-
pha Omega Eta Social Fratern-
ity, Scio Vita Biology Club, and
the National Chapter of Scabbard
Plans are being made for an
Miss Mary Jane Bobbitt Weds Roberto
C. Heros Recently In Memphis, Tenn.
Miss Mary Jane Bobbitt, daugh- in Panama City and Chipola Junior
ter of Mrs. James Earl Bobbitt and College in Marianna. Mr. Heros was
the late Mr. Bobbitt, was married graduated from La Salle School in
May 7 to Roberto C. Heros, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Angelberto Heros of
Memphis, Tennessee. <' ~.
The ceremony was performed at
7 p. m. in the Little Flower Cath-
olic Church, with the Rev. Joseph
Leppert officiating. Given in mar-
riage by Dr. Jorge Picaza ,the bride
was attended by Miss Anita Picaza
as maid of honor. Godi Ortix serv-
ed as best man.
The bride wore a gown of white
peau de sole and Alencon lace.
Her shoulder length veil was se-
cured by a pill-box of matching
lace. Her only ornament was a
string of pearls, gift of the groom.
She carried a bouquet of white iris
and lilies of the valley. .j, .
After a reception at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. Heros, the couple left
for their wedding trip to Hot MRS. ROBERTO C. HEROS
Springs. They will reside at 1401
LaPaloma Circle, Apartment 4, in Havana, Cuba, Chartered Institute
Memphis. in London, England, and South-
The bride was graduated from western at Memphis. He is a fresh-
high school in Port St. Joe, and at- man in the University of Tennessee
tended Gulf Coast Junior College College of Medicine.
S ._ f_ _- _'_ Al _
Brady Wells Is New
Jitney Jungle Manager
Rich Stallion Wins
Race In Bonifay
Brady Wells returned to Port St. Mr. and Mrs. David Rich entered
Joe last week as the manager of
the Jitney Jungle Super Market.
Wells is well remembered in Port
St. Joe as being the first manager
of the Super Market and served in
that capacity until last August
when he was transferred to Pan-
Wells and his family have moved
back to Port St. Joe. Brady invites
his friends to visit him at the
Visits In Georgia
Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey and
daughters, Catherine, Shelley and
Carol, visited Mrs. Ramsey's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Wooden,
Sr., in Warner Robins, Georgia
Visiting Mrs. Westbrook
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Russell and
four children of Irving, Texas are
visiting Mrs. Russell's mother, Mrs.
their registered quarter horse
"Llano Jack Dot" in the K-B
Stables horse race in Bonifay this
past week-end. The horse was rid-
den by Mrs. Rich and won the race
of 500 yards.
The Richs have entered the horse
in four races recently and won
three of the events.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Fairlev and
daughters Joyce and Teresa are
visiting Mrs. Fairley's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wilbur Smith.
Karen and Kimberly Williamson
from Birmingham, Ala., are visit-
ing their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr. Other recent
guests of the Costins have been
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Magidson and
son Gary from Tampa, and Mel,
Jr., and Jan Awtrey from Atlanta,
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Circle No. 4 of the First Baptist tor, Mrs. Fanny Herring of Malone
WMU met Monday with Mrs. P. W. present. After business was dis-
Petty on 6th Street with five mem- posed of, chairman, Mrs. Marshall
bers and two visitors, Mrs. L. W. turned the meeting over to Mrs.
Cox and Mrs. C. Byron Smith. W. O. Nichols, acting as program
chairman. The topic was "The
Due to the absence of circle home, th al p t joining i
chairman,.Mrs. J. D. Davis, Mrs. j Home", with all present'joining in
chairman, Mrs J. D. Davs, Mrs. the discussion.
Ethel Holliday was in charge. She
brought the devotional, Psalm, The hostess served a salad plate
Chapter 66. After a brief business with Coca Colas to Mrs. W. O.
meeting the: program was present- Nichols, Mrs. Wesley Ramsey, Mrs.
ed. The topic was "The Home" re- Karl Masrhall, Mrs. Albert Black-
lating to home missions. The meet- burn, Mrs. W. S. Smith, Mrs. Ralph
ing was closed with prayer by Mrs. Macomber and Mrs. Herring.
W. J. Daughtry. --
All present enjoyed the social CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our thanks
for the acts of kindness during the
Circle No. 1 of the First Baptist death of our father, Jessie Lee
WMU met Monday, with Mrs. Em- Thomas.
ory Stephens on McClellan Avenue WILLIAMS and
with seven members and one visi- MILLER FAMILIES
Notice is hereby given that on the 28th day of June 1965, at the
front door of the City Hall, City of Port St. Joe, State of Florida, tax
sale certificates will be sold on the following described land to pay the
amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same, together with all
costs of such sale and all advertising.
J. B., WILLIAMS
City Treasurer and Collector
City of Port St. Joe, Florida
Assessed Owner Lot Block Tot. Taxes
I & Advertising
F. A. LeHardy 28-30 18 89.72
M. P. Tomlinson ________ Lot 3 and S 1' and W 10'
of Lot 1 23 57.05
M. P. Tomlinson 21 24 15.58
Harold D. Cassidy --- 26 less E 20' of N 110'
& S 60' 41 25.63
Wynoko Development Co. ________ 13 and 14 43 6.78
Forest B. Hayes 2 79 38.20
Chester Gant 17-19 1001 10.55
Robert.Bryant 16 1002 6.78
Lillie Towns 19 1003 3.01
Ches Gant 10 1005 13.07
Frank Betton -30-32 1006 5.53
Alvin Chambers 20 1007 48.25
Joe Smiley 30 1010 15.58
Robert Lee Farmer 6 1012 3.01
Freeman Robinson 24 1015 1.76
Andrew Granger 8 and W % 10 1016 3.01
Rosa Lee Pouncey 14 1016 24.38
Charlie McLeod 30 1017 1.76
Roy Simmons 29 1018 1.76
Adrian Gant 33 1018 1.76
Gus L. Miller 14 and Ys 16 1018 1.51
Ernest and Ruth Longmire 16 A 3.01
Roy Simmons 25 B 2.35
Alma Lee Bryant Beauty Shop 3.01
Genie's Beauty Shop 6.78
Dr. Wesley Grace 6.78
King's Barber Shop 3.01
LeHardy's Bar 38.20
F. A. LeHardy Pool Tables 3.01
LeHardy's Package Store 25.63
Paris Inn 1.76
Tomlinson Abstract Co. 4.27
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Sdy Whitehead, Dewey Patterson, Smith, Steven Smith, Bobby Van-
S" h B*5l Bethel Blauvelt, Nise Hardy, Kim defender, Butch Whitehead, John
'aMilth B le G iv s I Ernst, Valerie Hanson, Linda Nell Yadon.
Vandevander, Dianna Williams, Juniors: Nancy White, Rosemary
S Tessie Williams, Mary White, Don- Faliske, Susan Trammell, Robert
I. S. C e rti icates na Godwin, Beverly Beard, Vicky Neese, Deborah Blauvelt, Sharon
Bowman, Kenneth Bowman, Mary
Land, Sonny Smith, Scotty Lam- Margaret Yadon, Delores Mallett,
Friends and parents -watched 'as nounce that the offering taken at person, Tina Machen, Richard Deborah Mallett, Ricky Lancaster,
students who had received ,cer- Bible school amounted to $37.46. Chatham, Andy Neese, Tammy Mc- Jim Belin, Ricky Lamberson, Biff
cates at the Vacation Bible This will go to Miss Mary Cox to be Millian, Jim Yadon, Jeffrey Parrish Quarles, Lynn Brensen, Martha
tool conducted at Faith Bible used in child evangelism work in and Susie White.: Griffith.
urch, participated in a vivid, South Alabama and North Florida: Primaries: Cathy Blackburn, Youth: Betty Creamer, Betty
to-date program at the high Miss Alathia Blauvelt, the an- Mike Blackburn, Patty Davis, Susan Roberts, Kaye Smith, Donna Smith,
iool auditorium Sunday, June 20, nouncer of the inter-planetary ra- Dupree, Gary Godwin, Buddy Carole Lamberson, Alathia Blau-
8 o'clock. The children showed dio:network ,signed off the pro- Hamm, Ricky Hamm, Karen Han- velt, Jimmy Myreck, Jimmy Lancas-
em what they had learned in the gram with the good news of John son, Forrest Hayes, Jerry James, ter, Ricky James, Rick Godfrey.
e day Bible school. 3:1. Mark Lamberson, Gail Lancaster, Adult: Mrs. Ann Roberts ,Mrs.
The setting of the program was Attending the Bible school the Karen Machen, Eva Maddox, Lias Sibbie Smith, Mrs. Mae Lee Brace-
oon o moon men i week of June 14-18 were: Melton, Cindy Neese, Bob Smith, well, Mrs. Sandra Clenny and Mrs.
mMoon. Two moon men, aick Pre-schoolers: Jim Roberts, Bud- Susan Quarles, Larry Smith, Pam Nell Mitchell.
nberson and Biff Quarles, watch-
and listened as each class "land-
' on the moon in a rocket-tell-
sus and His Bible friends.
The pre-schoolers under the di-
tion of Mrs. Jean Lamberson and
s. Betty Godfrey, sang their
igs, gave their Bible verses and
d about God's friend Paul.
The Primaries gave an interest-
Svisual program of what they
i learned about Jesus' New Tes-
nent friends as well as singing
eir songs and reciting their
*ses. Teaching the primaries
re Mrs. Alice Yadon and Rick
The Junior class, taught by Mrs.
sie Bowman and Mrs. Wanda COOL PRICE
.uvelt, gave a short summary of
theme of their week's work in
Gospel of Mark. They studied
Kingship of Christ, the Rejec-
n of Christ, His Willingness to
Sfor Us, and His Resurrection.
'he Youth group, having made a -- ...-t... : ....
dy of the worship of God from -' "a-" = '. ----"" -- --~ -- ,'
time of Adam to the present !^-:--^ -- -:: --- ... .... :
irch age, gave an interesting .e .
gram based on the, Tabernacle
Show its parts and organization .
w us God's plan of redemption
ough the shed blood of Jesus ------- ----
rist. Mrs. 'Jackie Quarles and ..
s. Ann Williams taught this
up with assistance from Mrs.
he Adult class, led by Rev. Liv-
ston Blauvelt ,told of God's an-
ers to many of today's problems .M A
found in His word.
[iss Carol Lamberson made a
cial trip to the Moon to an-
LDEN AGERS MEET IN
GULAR SESSION -.---f- -.- -- -. -
he Golden Agers held their
ular meeting Monday night at
Stac House with Mrs. Montgom-
presiding. The meeting opened C om et
h prayer led by Roy Gibson, Sr.
after a short business session, the world's durability c
written contests were given bythe world's 100,000-mile durability champion
Dessie L. Parker which were
oyed by all. Some readings were
given by Mrs. Parker.
he club welcomed two new
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Teacher Salary Increase Needed Now
A couple of weeks ago we had brought to our attention
very forcibly the pitiful amount we are paying our school
teachers in Gulf County. The pay runs to about $75.00 per
week for starting teachers and creeps up by the grand amount
of $75.00 per year until a teacher gets on a continuing con-
tract. Then the salary takes a fairly healthy boost of about
$400.00 per year and then creeps up annually for a period
of ten years, at which time a teacher reaches his wage peak,
regardless of his qualifications. The salary then can go up
very moderately if the teacher gains higher degrees.
.Top salary in Gulf County for a classroom teacher, re-
gardless of degrees, is $6,200 per year which figures out to
$119.20 per week before deductions.
Plenty has been said about this in Gulf County with no
Plenty of wishful thinking has been indulged in to the
fact that we would like to pay more if there was only more
money available. The solution for making money available
usually means that those enjoying the benefits of our fine
public schools will have to pay more money out of the pocket
of each and every one.
But then, and we feel it is with a sign of relief, we come
face to face with the realization that Gulf is collecting all of
the tax money for schools that it can under the present tax.
able property on the rolls.
But we contend that the recent passage of a local bill in
the Legislature to give the School Board all of the County's
share of the race track money will make money available to
raise the teachers' salaries immediately a situation we
think ought to come about no later than the next meeting
of the School Board.
Gulf has lost the services of several teachers during the
past year. Whether this was due to the salary situation or
not, we do not know. It has been hard to replace these teach-
ers to date and indications are that every position will not
be filled before the next school year starts. The situation,
we readily suspect is due to the salary set-up.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1965
Published Evr-y Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
DIAL 227-3161 POSTOFFICE Box 308
Entered 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.S:
TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publisher
do not hold themselves liable 'or damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfull-
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly o
7ipces. The spoken word is lost; tho printed word remains.
We realize also that the race track money is meant for
the construction of buildings and a portion for the mainten-
ance and operation of larger facilities.
Scuttlebut (and we readily label it as such) has it that
the school plans call for such things as swimming pools, hand
ball courts, leanings toward air conditioning and other' frills
that we can easily convince ourselves as being necessities.
It would seem to us that a part of the race track money
could be used to pay off current bonds outstanding and use
the money currently being used for their payment (which
comes from taxes) diverted to raising the pay of the teachers.
As we stated two weeks ago, we do not believe that the
ownership of a first class plant by Gulf County will attract
teachers to our schools or keep the teachers that we now have.
Even with revaluation this year, which doesn't seem
likely, it would be at least three years before enough extra
money could be made available for extra teacher pay.
We advocate using some of this money to raise salaries
now, then in the event of revaluation, the extra money de-
rived could be used for these items we term frills.
'1/. awrtI Wiv lh lro
* Easy Care 65% Dacron,
* Black, Green, Blue, Beige
* Woven Madras Plaids
* Sizes 29 to 38 2 99
* Ivy and Contin- 2.
For Fun In The Sun!
MEN'S AND BOY's
* Long leg and boxer styles
* Solids and plaids S-M-L
1.99 and 2.99
Or Boys 4 to 10 lastex $1.00
* Smart Ivy Styling
* Solid color cottons in
Beige, Blue, Black, Green
*Sizes 8 to 18 I 9
Woven Madras 1.99
Ladies' and Children's
*Beautiful Pastel Shades
* Values to 3.99
$1.44 to $2.88
ror on appraisal and the lack of lion. Gulf County tax rolls showed
proper language in the state law the firm with intangibles worth
at the time, defining the yardstick $29.6 million as of April 1, 1964.
which would be used for valuation Comptrolle Ra E. Green's of-
of the intangibles.
DuPont's report to the public fice said the paper company un-
and its -stockholders listed its in-
tangible property as worth $88 mil.
* Solid Colors and Women
SSize 8 to 18
SRoll-up and Sleeveless
Colid Colors and Prints
Size 32 to 38
1.99 and 2.99
Women's Roll-Up and 1.00
* Our Entire Stock
* White Calf and Grain
* White, Natural & Black
Summer Time Fun In
* Size 3 to 6X and 7 to 14
* Jamaica Shorts, Short
Sets and Blouses.
1.00 to 3.99
ASK ABOUT CARP'S CHARGE-IT
SAn article in the Florida Times
Union yesterday stated that the
state comptroller's office reported
the St. Joe Paper Co., has paid
$153,317 in back taxes, interest
and penalties resulting from un-
dervaluation of its stocks and
bonds which resulted from an er-
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Week End Specials
SWIFT'S HEAVY BEEF
Round STEAK lb. 89c
USDA INSPECTED WHOLE
FRYERS lb. 27c
Lean Meaty Temt 12 Oz. Can
PORK CHOPS lb. 59c Luncheon Meat 35c
Mixed Tetley's 3 Oz. Jar
COOKIES 4 pkgs. 99c INSTANT TEA 49c
SWIFT'S JEWEL Limit 2 Cans
Shortening 3 Ib. can 59c
BLUE PLATE Pint Jar
MAYONNAISE pt. 25c
E M A N MY
SEVENTH STREET HIGHLAND VIEW
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1965
Comptroller's Office Says du Pont
Tax Fuss Caused By 'Honest Mistake'
dervalued its stocks and bonds by
$90 million from 1962 through 1964
because of an "honest mistake".
George Roller, intangible tax di-
vision chief, said the discrepancy
was created by fusion of account-
ing procedures. He said properties
subject to intangible taxation were
reported to the Gulf tax assessor
on a cost basis or net worth instead
of just valuation.
Roller said there could have
been no appraisal of the firm's
holdings until the recent State Su-
preme Court decision that all pro-
perty must be assessed at just
Roller said it was under the Su-
preme Court's decision that the
comptroller could properly ap-
praise company assets and advise
St. Joe of deficiencies.
"For the current year," he said,
"the greater value reported by this
company was due clearly to an ov-
ersight in not holding one block of
stock which was created out of
their holdings for it was return of
capital for noncorporate stockhol-
Green's office said the investiga-
tion of other duPont interests in
Florida, of which the St. Joe Paper
Company is a part, showed that
just valuation is being used on all
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
TO MOVE FLORIDA OFFICES
Tampa State headquarters of
the Florida Division of the Ameri-
can Cancer Society, Inc., will move
its offices, effective July 1. The
new location is in the Bayside
Building, Room 406, 2909 Bay-to-
Bay Blvd., Tampa, Florida 33609.
L. H. Peterson, Society executive
vice president, said the move is
being made with the approval of
the organization's board of direc-
tors which represents some 65,000
volunteers throughout the state.
He pointed out that in eighteen
key cities of Florida there are
American Cancer Society Unit of-
fices, which conduct year-round
cancer control programs of public
and professional education, and
services for cancer patients.
The American Cancer Society is
a voluntary, non-profit organiza-
tion, Peterson said. There are no
membership dues or fees and any
interested adult citizen may par-
ticipate as a volunteer in the So-
ciety's fight against all types of
cancer which took the lives of 9,668
Floridians last year.
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.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .....--.------ 6:45 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 8:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
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The PENTHOUSE STEREO Model YG1571
Fine furniture portable st reo--its in booIcase or sits on
r. rrow shell. TIt.out phci no .IjtiH 1 1" turnt :,le i and d,3mond/ ., ,
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Hurlbut Furniture & Appliance Co.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR I
Barbecue Honors State President Flora
Long With State Rebekahs Attending
Confidence is the keynote of this ed to have as our guests Mrs. Lee
energetic group of Rebekahs who Creech of Panama City and Mes-
have shown long sightedness in dames Margaret Land, Alma Wal-
their accomplishments during the ler, Roberta Prichard and Pearl
entire year. Cook of Lynn Haven. Mrs. Cook is
The barbecue dinner honoring District Deputy President of Dis-
State President, Flora Long, on trict Two. She was given the cour-
June 12 was a success with Odd- tesies of the lodge. Noble Grand
Fellows and Rebekahs from the en- Elsie Griffin presented her a large
tire state in attendance, carnation corsage. Mrs. Jeanette
Mrs. Addie Goodson, Mrs. Jessie Lee gave her a gift in the name of
Owens, Mrs. Jeannette Lee and Melody. Then, in her clever way,
Mrs. Shirley Webb accompanied she gave us a vision of her goals
the girls from Theta Rho Club No. for the year. She challenged us to
10 to Jacksonville last week to at- make Rebekah-Odd-Fellowship all
tend the Theta Rho Assembly of that is excellent, beautiful, and of
Florida where Charlotte Williams good report:
was elected to its most coveted of- Three cheers for W. C. Forehand,
fice, that of Warden, which leads who is a charter member of our
directly to the presidency. Con- body and is waiting to celebrate
gratulations, Charlotte! his one hundredth birthday anni-
Melody Lodge recesses for the versary on September 26. Life has
months of July and August and always held much meaning for him,
Thursday evening, June 17, was its so he has crowded a "heap o'liv-
last regular meeting before sum- ing" into his hundred years.
mer vacation. There were twenty-! Mary E. Weeks, Publicity Chair-
five present and we were privileg- man.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Morning Woirship 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ...-------- 6:45 P.M.
PRAYED SERVICE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
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SYOU SAVE 21c! 9
artha White Self-Rising
CORN MEAL MIX
FRESH, LEAN, GROUND
2/2 POUND PKG.
2 POUND PKG.
FRESH and LEAN
BONELES S BEEF
5 Ib. ag 39c STEW
__ L POUND
I YOU SAVE lOc! I
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brand '"9,1,', rSl
Plymouth Mayonnaise is sand-'
wich and salad perfect.
12 Oz. Pkg. for i
Heinz Tomato, 20 Oz. Btls.
KETCHUP 3 btls. 99c
Charmin Paper, 60 ct. pkg
NAPKINS bag 10c
ARE PICNIC MUSTS!
16 OZ. HOT SHOT
46 OZ. JOHNSON'S
SEA PAK FROZEN
-- breaded --
10 OZ. PACKAGE
YOU SAVE 10c
12 Oz. Pkg.
PIZZA with CHEESE
or 13 OZ. SAUSAGE
LARGE SIZE SCORE
MEDIUM SIZE SCORE
E c I36's
REG. WHITE RAIN
EXTRA HARD TO HOLD
I mm --c C- m -
4 5 Ounce
Blue Bird Frozen
O RANGE J UICE
3 'cOUNCE 9
3 T aL
Liquid, Pink, Clear Liquid, Pink, Clear Wrisley Bag
22 Oz. Plastic 12 Oz. Plastic 6 Bar Pkg.
Trend .---.----- 45c Trend-.. -2 for 59c Soap --- 39c
PLAIN or S. R.
Limit One bag
With $7.00 or More
Kraft Philadelphia 8 Oz.
CREAM CHEESE ----- 29c
Spring River Cream
BUTTER ..._... Ib. ctn. 69c
-- SAVE 10c --
BISCUITS --- 6 pk ctn. 49c
Chicken of the Sea
LIGHT MEAT V2 Size Cans
TUNA -------_ 2 cans 69c
ENJOY THE BEST FOR
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CIRCUS Orange, Grape,
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DRINKS ----- 3 cans 89c
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1 pound 39c ea.
WITH $7.50 OR MORE ORDER
One Coupon Per Customer thru June 26, 1965
PRICES EFFECTIVE WED. A.M.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY
23, 24, 25 and 26
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
5 ears 39c
Lge. Home Grown
a III 1 la~ns~wr~rs~
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1965
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. FOR SALE: 1303 Marvin Ave. 2 room frame house in Highland of Russ Beauty Shop. Located at WANTED: Someone to assume pay- prices paid. SURPLUS SALES of
Call 227-5426. tfc-4-29 bedroom house, kitchen, living View. Easy terms. 2 bedroom house 319 Avenue D. Call for appointment ments on 10x50 1964 Armor Mo- ST. JOE. Phone 229-3611. tfc
room, dining room and den, utility on Palm Blvd. Easy terms. Call today. Lola Russ. 227-5004. tfc-5-6 bile Home. Inquire at 1406 Long
FOR RENT: Furnished upstairs room (total 1250 sq. ft) Carpet liv- Cecil G. Costin, Jr. tfc-4-29 Avenue or call 227-8623. 2tp-6-17
apartment. 514Vz Seventh Street. ing and dining rooms, drapes, hea- MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER MAN OR WOMAN WANTED for
Phone 227-7766- tfc-4-15 ter, cook stove elec., TV antenna GUNS REPAIRED, clean, modified, man is as near as your telephone. PHOTOGRAPHER: Appointments Rawleigh business in Gulf Co. or
it on 35 pole with rotor, elec. pump. military rifles customized. Hot Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR- only. Weddings, family shots, Port St. Joe. No experience needed
built cabinets with one piece for- $11,000. See Bob Ellzey, Phone 227- blueing, nickle plating. Stocks re- ANCE AGENCY, across from the any special event. Call ATlantic 6. to start. Sales easy to make and
mica top. Free estimate. Also i-4611 finished. Ammo and gun accessor- Post Office. Local and Long Dis- 3443 or Write P. O .Box 218, Par. profits good. Start immediately.
nancing available. 227-3311. tEc ies. See Louis C. (Red) Carter, St. tance Moving. Free Estimates. ker, Fla. tfc-4-8 See Mrs. Ada B. Adkins, Box 4-3
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call FOR SALE: 3 bedroom -rame house Joe Beach. tfc-5-6 WANTED TO RENT: Clean 3 bed- Panama City or write Rawleij
Buford Griffli, phone 229-3097, 15J8 Palm Blvd., approximately room house with carport or gar- WANTED TOO BUY: Good used FA F 100 190, Memphis, Tenn.
1400 sq. ft. Easy terms. Also 2 bed- WATCH FOR REMODELING age. Phone 229-3001. tfc-5-13 I furniture. Call us for highest p-1-22
When you see this label on your
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contains the finest quality drugs
compounded with painstaking
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of full protection.
JULY 4th SALE
Take Your Choice of Firestone' Champions...
.. Getthe 2nd Tire for,
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Ave.
Drive-In Window Service
FOR SALE: 40 gallon Rheem elec-
tric water heater. Excellent con-
dition. 1406 Palm Blvd., phone 229-
FOR SALE: Nice house. At White
City. 2 bedroom, 2 lots. Call 227-
New three bedroom, brick veneer
house, two baths. $450 covers down
payment and closing cost. FHA fi-
New, three bedroom, brick ve-
neer house, 1/z baths. $450 covers
down payment and closing cost.
Three bedroom house with oak
floors on Garrison Ave. Total cost
only $7,500. Buy owners equity
and assume mortgage with monthly
payments of only $58.84.
Two bedroom house on Seventh
Street. This is an old house but is
in good repair. We can assist you
Large, two bedroom house on
Long Avenue. Priced at $8,500.
Small, two bedroom house on
Long Avenue. New roof. Small
down payment and finance balance
Registered Real Estate Broker
221 Reid Ave. 3-6-10 Ph. 227-3491
FOR SALE: Half acre at Howard's
Creek. $400. J. W. Maddox.
Phone 648-4333. tfc-5-6
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house.
Separate kitchen and dining
room. Carport and storage. Chain
link fence. 501 Third St. For in-
formation contact Eldridge oney,
Phone 227-4077. tfc-5-27
FOR SALE: Apartment house with
four apartments. Capable of
$180 month rent. Price reasonable.
J. W. Maddox, phone 648-4333. tfc
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room .duplex apartment. Also, 1
bedroom furnished huose. Phone
Smith's Pharmacy, 227-5111. tfc
WANTED TO BUY: Large size bi-
cycle. Phone 227-8701.. Itc
FOR SALE: Two 2-bedroom hou-
ses. To be moved off lot. Com-
plete with baths, kitchen sinks and
cabinets, double floors. Sound,
good repair. W. H. Weeks, High-
land View. Itp
FOR RENT: By the week or night,
one bedroom and private bath.
Living room and TV room privi-
lege .Rent reasonable. 528 corner
6th St., and Woodward Ave. 2tp
FOR SALE: Runabout, 16' fiber-
glas, 40 hp 1961 Johnson, elec-
tric starter, E-Z trailer, 2 gas tanks
Exceptional value for $825. Can be
seen at Indian Pass Beach. Phone
Madsen, 227-8838. tfc-6-24
FOR SALE: 1958 Rambler, $150.
and 1955 Ford station wagon,
$100. Call 229-5421. Itp
FOR SALES and SERVICE call D
and W SALES CENTER. Phone
FOR SALE: Small two bedroom
cottages with all bathroom fix-
tures and gas water heaters. Ideal
for fish camps. Must be moved
from lot. Only $250. Call 227-5251
FOR RENT: House, completely
furnished, 1004 Garrison Avenue.
Call Willie Mae Daniell, Phone 227-
I will iot be reaponsibie I o any
debts : add by any6oie b'tketr than
4t-6-24 ROLLAND L. WARD
FOR RENT: Garage building. Mojo
Service Station at 504 Hiway 98
:t Highland View. tfc-6-17
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
703 16th St. Call 227-7636 after
4:00 p.m. tf'5-26
BuiMa with Firestone SUP-R-TUP
rubber for EXTRA MILEAGE
SAFETY and DURABILITY .
sI TUBELESS BLACKWALLS
S a 1t TIRE* 2nd TIRE*
6.00-13 $10.40 $7.70
6.50-13 16.76 8.37
7.50-14 19.96 9.97
8.00-14 22.65 11.27
8.50-14. 4.76 12.37
6.70-15 19.95 9.97
7.10-15 22.58 11.27
7.60-15 24.76 12.37
8.00-15 28.15 14.07 1
8.20-15 28.1 '14.07
WHITEWALLS...Add $3 for Ist tire...$L50 for 2"d1
*All prices plus tax. No trade-in needed. -
SNO MONEY DOWN
Buy All Your Tires and Car --
Service Needs on Amount Monthly
9EV S I nI Charged Payment
RiflSL Vwc a 50.00 65.00
S 150.00 10.00
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or TAKE MONTHS TO PAY
[Deeper Tread and 10% more tractidin gei
gives you 25% MORE MILEAGE than the -
fnestone Champion..-plus an extra margin of safety
S TUBELESS BLACKWALLS
SIZE 1st TIRE* 2nd TIRE*
6.00-13 $19.35 $9.67
S6.50-13 20.50 10.26
7.50-14. 23.20 11.60
8.00-14. 26.60 13.30
8.50-14 29.15 14.d67
6.70-15 23.20 11.60
7.10-15 26.60 13.30
7.60-15 29.15 14.57
S 8.00-1I 32.50 16.26.
!W ITEWALLS...Add $3.50 for 1st tire..175 for 2nd
*All prices plus tax. No trade-in needed
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dealers andstores ihut 1 all normal road hazard injuries for the life
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GUA ANTEE -t on MON w a rated on tread wear and based on current
GUA AE E. / MH we .. Firestone retail price at time of adjustment.
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TYN E' S
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