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ORUKT r. JOE, FLORIDA,
THURSDAY.. JULY 9, 1QI.L INUMBERK 43
Clinic Saturday to
Chief of Police H. W. Griffin
announced this week that the
City will again sponsor a clinic
to innoculate pets against ra-
bies, so that local owners can
comply with the new pet or-
dinance, which went into effect
the first of this month.
Chief Griffin said that the
clinic will be held Saturday, Ju-
ly 11 at the Butts Animal Clin-
ic on First Street.
The clinic will be open on
Saturday from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Charged will be $2.00 per dog.
All owners of pets are urged
to get their pets innoculated and
register them at the city hall to
comply with the new city ordin-
Lions Club Schedules
Taxes Draw Attention of City, county
County Sets Public City Taxable Property
Hearing Next Friday Value $10.002.068
Horse Show for August
The Port St. Joe Lions Club will
stage their second annual "Lions th
Club Horse Show" on Saturday, Au- d
gust 1 in the City Baseball Park
beginning at 7:00 p.m., according of
to officers of the club. re
The annual horse show, which va
was a huge success last year, will an
feature additional events this year se
which will add to the action and pl
color of the event. The pony road- d
ster class will be of interest to th
many of the spectators who at- it
tended the show last August. In 66
addition to the exhibition by the
Saddlin' Seminoles of Wewahitch- th
ka, along with a gaited horse and sin
walking exhibition, the show will th
feature the barrel race, keyhole sin
race, pony class, western pleasure, fir
tuinel race, English pleasure, no ye
trophy class, Jack Benny class, per- ed
sonal pick-up and the stake race. As
Proceeds from this show will be tal
used to help finance the primary co
project of the Lions Club, sight tic
Charles Norton will be project $1
coordinator of the show again this
Survey Under Way
For City Directory
City Auditor and Clerk J. B. Wil-
liams stated to The Star this week
that he was getting queries as to
ilie legitimacy of the R. L. Polk
company cuTently making a sur-
vey in the city. Williams stated
that the company is legitimate and
is in the process of gathering infor-
mation for the publication of a
City Directory in the fall.
Williams urged cooperation in
furnishing the company represen-
tatives with their desired informa-
The Gulf County Commission As a result of Monday's action
ok another step forward toward by the equalization board, Gulf
completing its budget for the 1964- County now has a total property
5 fiscal year Monday when they valuation on the tax rolls of $20,-
it as an equalization board to hear 435,768.00. Of this amount, $4,016,.
complaints of inequities in valua- 450.00 is homestead exempt and
on of real and personal property $1,226,400.00 is exempt for other
n the tax rolls, reasons. This leaves a total of $15,-
After the hearing the official val- 192,918.00 in taxable property val-
ation of taxable property in Gulf nations. This made up as follows:
county was set in order to give the $5,893,090, real estate; $8,949,734,
board a base from which to set personal property and $350,094
s budget and village for the corn- railroad and telephone.
|g year. The Board will hold a public
One Adjustment hearing Friday night, July 17 at
One adjustment was made on 6:30 p.m., CST, in the temporary
ie tax rolls as a result of Mon- courthouse in Wewahitchka on
iy's meeting. ithe proposed budget for 1964-65.
Southeastern Pipelines, now out The proposed budget to be dis- I
business here in Port St. Joe, cussed calls for a mill rate of
*quested a reduction in its taxable 22.8 and a total expenditure of
valuation through its owners Pure $615,808.57.
id Gulf Oil Companies. Tax As-
,ssor Samuel A. Patrick had corn- City Board Takes Care
lied with their request and re-
iced Southeastern's valuation on Of Several Small
e tax rolls from $137,400 which
was assessed in 1963 to $52,- Items of Business
37 for the coming year.
After considerable discussion by Several small items of business !
e Board, it was decided that were taken under consideration by I
nee all physical properties of the City Commission Tuesday
e company are still intact and night.
nece the company operated for the They included:
rst six months of the fiscal tax A RESOLUTION presented be-
ar, the valuation should be rais- fore the Board to endorse Max W.
above the Tax Assessor's figure. Kilbourn as a member of the State
a result of the discussion, and Road Department Board. The reso.
king into consideration that the lution was sent to Haydon Burns
mpany has now ceased opera- of Jacksonville, Democratic nom-
ns in Gulf County, their valua- inee for Governor. The resolution
)n was hiked by the Board to was passed endorsing Kilbourn, lo-
03,050. cal engineer.
There were no other requests A REQUEST by Mrs. Buell Har-
r adjustments, per that her daughter be allowed
to park her mobile home on the
or'danm Home Is rear of the Harper property on 16th
Street and Monument while the
Inmnnai Ruv Fir (Continued On Page 4)
The home of Mrs. Doris Jor-
dan was damaged by fire Tuesday
afternoon, when fire, which start-
ed in a bedroom closet, damaged
the bedroom and the hall of the
Woodward Avenue home.
The Port St., Joe Fire Depart-
ment answered the fire alarm at
5;00 p.m. and quickly brought the
fire under control,
In addition to fire damage in
the bedroom and hall, the home
suffered smoke damage.
BABE RUTH CHAMPIONS-Pictured above are the champion Flor-
ida National Bank Babe Ruth team members. They are, left to
right: Tommy Smith, Donald Capps, Kenneth Daddox, James Keels,
James Cannington, Johnny Richter, Jimmy Rogers and Benton
Hamm, manager. Not present when the picture was made were:
Larry Branch, Stevie Smith, Johnny Ford, Terry Parrish, Harry
Young, John White and Eddie McFarland.
'District Babe Ruth Tournament Will
Begin Here Next Friday Afternoon
The Florida National Bank Babe
Ruth 'team finished up the regular
season play in first place for the
In finishing in first position, the
Florida Bank team has earned the
job of representing Port St. Joe
in. the annual Babe Ruth tourna-
ment which will begin Friday
afternoon, July 17, here in Port
St. Joe at 6:30 p.m.
The Florida Bank team will be-
gin the tournament with Tallahas-
see in the double elimination tour-
The winner of this game will
meet r*-.i.'8:30 p.m. Fri-
day night. /'
On Saturday afternoon and eve-
ning, two more tournament games
will be played at 6:30 and 8:30
If still another game is needed
to determine the championship, it
will be played on Sunday afternoon
at 2:30 p.m.
All games will be played at Cen-
Benton Hamm is manager of the
champion Florida National Bank
Wins Florida F
Pictured above, Mrs. Sara Pe
the Florida Power Corporation pr
check covering the purchase pri
refrigerator-freezer recently purch
Upon purchasing her appliance, M
scored state-wide by Florida Power
tion of Accumulated Frost", Mrs.
the North Florida Division,
Looking on at the presentation
ware, who sold the freezer.refrlge
Gulf County Tax
Some 05 to 40 tax payers gath-
ered at the City Hall last Thurs-
day night to go about the business
of reactivating a tax payers group
in Gulf County.
The purpose of forming the
group is to aid the county commis-
sion in drawing up a budget for
the coming year and to help in the
months to come and the problems
that are sure to result in Gulf
County due to the Florida courts
decision toward Dade county in
regards to re-valuation of property,
The meeting was called by the
Relocation Committee to merge
this committee with the tax payers
The old group's charter had been
allowed to lapse, so it was decided
that a new group would be form-
ed and the old charter re-activated
and changed to meet the needs of
Any tax paying citizen of Gulf
County is eligible to join the group.
Officers selected to serve the
Gulf County Tax Payers League
were: Tom Coldewey, president;
W. C. Robinson and J. Lamar Mil-
ler, vice-presidents; L. S. Bissett,
secretary-treasurer and Dave Gas-
kin, Sr., P. T. McCormick, Floyd
Lister, Jimmy McNeill and Wesley
R. Ramsey, directors.
Committees appointed were as
Constitution and By-Laws: M. P.
Tomlinson, John Howard, W. W.
Barrier, Sr., and L. S. Bissett.
Membership Committee: W. C.
Robinson, Dr. W. F. Wager, George
Davis, Earnest Lightfoot, Paul S.
Fensom, Dave Gaskin and W. H.
Publicity: Harry H. Saunders,
Edward A. Bandjough, Bob Sid-
well and Wesley R. Ramsey.
The next meeting of the Tax
Payers League will be held tonight
at 8:00 p.m. in the Council Cham-
bers of the City Hall. One of the
items for discussion will be the
new county budget.
Dixie Youth to
The Port St. Joe Dixie Youth
Baseball Leagues will begin their
Sub-District Tournament on Mon-
day night, at 7:30, according to
Roy Burch, league president.
The tournament will be a two
out of three game elimination be-
tween the All-Star teams from
the American and National League
groups. The games will be played
on the National League field in
American League Team
Following the American League
All-Star game Saturday, team se-
lections were announced to repre-
sent the league in the Sub-District
Selected to make up the Ameri-
can League team were: Tim Grif-
fin, Bobby Faliski, Jimmy Lancas-
ter, Steve Macomber, John Chris-
tian, Dennis Atchison, Chuck Rob-
erts, Perry Adkinson, Gary Timms,
Perky White, Henry Boone, John
Scott, Kirby Gautreaux, Ronald
Ford, Benjamin Sherrill and Jer-
Manager for the American
Leguers will be Bob Faliski.
Selected from the American
League for the "Most Valuable
Player" award was Tim Griffin.
Receiving t h e "Sportsmanship"
award was Jerry Griswold.
National League Team
Representing the National
League in the Sub-District Tour-
nament will be: Kenneth Whittle,
Kenneth 'I'Small, Willie Ramsey,
Greg Burch, Steve Belin, Jim Be-
lin, Richard Baxley, Mike Wimber-
ly, James White, Larry McFarland,
Charles Smith, Brad y Jordan,
Steve Adams, Ken Merritt, Jim1
(Continued On Page 4) 1
S "" The City Commission sat as an City, the Board voted unanimously
.- Equalization Board Tuesday night to lower Garraway's assessment to
to adjust property valuation in- $13,000.
S* A. equities. W. P. Comforter requested the
Two requests for adjustment City tn lw- r thp vnuii inn o n hi,
were heard by the Board, which
resulted in lowering of valuations
on two pieces of property in Port
Charles .Garraway of Marianna
requested the Equalization Board
to lower the valuation of his pro-
perty on the corner of Williams
Avenue and Fourth Street. Garra-
way stated that the county had his
property valued for tax purposes,
at $10,500 and the city had a val-
uation of $15,800 on the same pro-
Garraway said it was his under-
standing that city valuations were
generally lower than county valua-
tions and he was requesting a re-
After examining the valuation of
other comparable property in the
County Asks City
For Fund Relief
.' -" County Commission Chairman
~'. James McDaniel appeared before
"'' the City Commission Tuesday night
requesting aid from the City in
O0er C e paring the largest County budget
we Co lntest in many years.
McDaniel asked the City to help
etrenos, Home Service Advisor of in reducing the budget by passing
esents Mrs. Guerry Melton with a a resolution stating that the City
ce of a ne wWhirlpool frost-free would not call on the county for
chased from the St. Joe Hardware, payment of the city's share of the
Irs. Melton entered a contest spon- road and bridge fund for the com-
entitled "Society for the Preven- ing year. In the proposed county
Melton was the only winner in budget for the coming .-.,,, this
item comes to $26,690.
n is Ashley Costin of St. Joe Hard- McDaniel stated that other funds
rator to the Meltons. can be cut from the budget to re-
duce the total.
Ambulance Called to The City of Port St. Joe, by
Bus Accident Friday Florida law, receives one half of
the taxes collected by county tax-
Comforter Funeral Home Ambu- es in the City of Port St. Joe used
lance Service was called to the for Road and Bridge fund purposes.
wreck last Friday night of the Taxes set for road and bridge fund
Trailways bus on SR 22, West of operations this year are about
Wewahitchka. i twice what they were last year.
The Comforter ambulance was The Board told McDaniel they
first to arrive on the scene and would study the matter and give
carried the more seriously injured the county an answer before its
to the Bay Memorial Hospital in July 17 public hearing on the coun-
Panama City. ;ty budget.
property at the corner of Fourth
Street and Baltzell Avenue, stating
that the worth of the property was
not in keeping with the valuation.
Comforter said that the building
was in such bad shape that he
would push it down if it would
help his tax structure appreciably.
Commissioner Coldewey recom-
mended that Comforter's property
be reduced by $1,000 valuation
from its present valuation of $10,-
000. Coldewey's move didn't get
a second and Commissioner John.
Robert Smith moved that the value
of the Comforter property be re-
duced by $2,000 to $8,000 on the
tax rolls. Upon a vote all voted for
Smith's move with the exception
After all the requests for reduc-
tion in valuation were heard, City
Tax Assessor J. B. Williams an-
nounced that the City of Port St.
Joe would levy taxes for the com-
ing year on a property valuation
of $10,002,068. He noted that this
was a reduction of last year's val-
uation by $84,975, but pointed out
that $71,175 of this property had
gone on the homestead exempt
T". P2clu-ents (ce""-'- or the
iu'if county highways in the Port
St. Joe area during the past week,
but both mishaps occurred before
the July Fourth holiday week end
The two wrecks culminated a
week long rash of auto accidents,
which resulted in a good bit of
damage, but no injuries.
Last Wednesday afternoon, an
REA Express truck driver lost con-
trol of his vehicle at St. Joe Beach
and sideswiped the automobile of
Clyde A. Fite, which was parked
beside the highway. The truck ca-
romed off the car and went through
a fence into the yard of a cottage
(Continued On Page 4)
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The photograph above shows the entrance display for the troop at Valley Forge. Designed and
built by Woodlands Division, St. Joe Paper Company, it is 42 feet long and 13 feet high. Cutout scouts
at either end are seven feet tall. Left wing shows St. Joseph's Bay and the right pictures the famous
Dead Lakes. Shown in the photo, left to right, are: Tom S. Coldewey, vice-president, SJPC; Mrs.
Joseph P. Hendrix, J. C. Belin, vice-president, SJPC, Scoutmaster John T. Simpson, Lawrence Bissett,
Rotary representative and Mrs. William Wager. (Mrs. Hendrix and Mrs. Wager are extremely active
in Scout affairs.) -SJPC Photo
Boy Scouts Leave On Jamboree Trip
In the next few days over 52,000
Boy Scouts and their leaders from
all parts of America will pitch
camp at historic Valley Forge, Pa.,
where the Scout Jamboree will
be held this year.
Jamboree Troop 43, a special
troop made up of scouts from this
area assembled at Camp Roberts,
Eglin Field, Monday. On Tuesday,
with two other troops from north-
west Florida and south Alabama,
they boarded three chartered bus-
ses for a sight-seeing tour through
the North which will include two
days at the World's Fair and a
visit to Philadelphia.
July 15 they will arrive at the
campsite and prepare for the Jam.
boree which begins on the 17th.
Big event is the opening night
when the boys will be entertained
by big-name movie and TV stars
and meet many nationally-known
people. After a week of Scout ac-
tivities which includes the famous
"skinarama" where the different
troops compete with special acts,
the Jamboree will close July 23.
Troop 43 is under the direction
of Scoutmaster John T. Simp-
son, Port St. Joe and Assistants,
Scoutmasters Major Roland E.
Deaton, Tyndall AFB and Eli F.
Attending the affair from Port
St. Joe are: Freddy Anderson,
Tommy Atchison, Jake Belin,
Rex Buzzett, Billy Carr, Jim Fen-
som, Joe Hendrix, Steve Major,
Billy Simmons, Knapp Smith,
Jimmy Stafford and Billy Wa-
MONEY TALKS-Let's kedp
it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants!
-rU V=AD 00%0.r C91. OM
THURSDAY- JULY 9 QA4
KIIIJLDI n A
-L.Y LU IVWt;l LUU VUlUdjlOll Oil LOS
First Period of Drivers
The first three weeks of the sum-
mer driver education program will
end this Friday, July 10. All stu-
dents that have signed up for the
second three weeks are to report
to Room 15, Monday morning at
8:00 p.m. If any vacancies occur al-
ternates will be notified by the in-
Fifteen students will complete
the first three weeks. These stu-
dents have had the latest text writ-
ten for driver education, the. fourth-
edition of "Sportsmanlike Driving".
In addition to the text, students
have seen films, demonstrations,
psycho physical testing devices
and have heard lectures.
The following students have had
30 hours of classroom work, six
hours behind the wheel driving
and at least 30 hours work on re-
port papers, etc., outside class.
Finishing the first three weeks are
Ann Belin, Ronnie Bordelon, Julia
Boyett, Julian Carter, Linda Car-
ter, Jo Ann Fite, Linda Graham,
David Jones, Barbara Lewis, Char-
lotte Marshall, Steve Major, Cath-
erine Ramsey, Karen Stripling, Ka-
thy Weeks, Sherry White. .
NOTE OF THANKS
We wish to express our apprecia-
tion for the sentiment shown us
at the recent loss of our mother,
Mrs. Kathryn Reeder. Our apprec-
iation cannot be expressed by
A. G. JENSEN FAMILY
Mon.-Fri. ---.--- 4:45
Thursday and Friday
' i J jM B l cl. ..
CLIFF ROBERTSON -
r:'E STAR, Port St, J. Florid'
' 'THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1964
Miss Wilma Nell Thursbay'ls June
Bride of Ronald Howard Barks
Miss Wilma Nell Thursbay ex-
changed marriage vows with Ron-
ald Howard Barks Sunday, June 7,
at 3 p.m. in the Port St. Joe Pen-
tecostal Holiness Church with Dr.
W. W. Greene, Jr., of Athens, Ga.,
officiating during the impressive
double ring ceremony.-
The bride is the -daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Wilmer E. Thursday, Sr.,
of Branford, and the bridegroom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs.. Howard
F. Barks of Pensacola.
The sanctuary was beautifully
decorated with standards of white
merbund of self material. She wore
a matching headpiece accented by
a tiny veil and she carried a white
Bible topped with cymbidium or-
chids nestled in tulle and ribbon.
Bridesmaid was Miss Earlene
Barks, sister of the bridegroom,
and junior bridesmaids were Miss
Daniece Jordan, cousin of the bride
and Miss Betty Jo Barks, sister of
the bridegroom. They were attired
identically to the honor attendant
in dresses of blue and wore match-
ing headpieces accented by tiny
veils. They also carried white Bi-
dal couple's chosen colors of yel-
low, blue and green, were used pre-
dominately within the party area.
The mantel was accented by pol-
ished greenery and daylillies. The
cake table overlaid with a white
floor-length ruffled cloth was cen-
tered by a three tiered wedding
cake topped by a silver cross with
entwined wedding rings and en-
circled with tiny blue net rice bags.
Flanking the cake were silver can-
delabra with burning blue tapers.
The refreshment table overlaid
with a white cut-work cloth held a
punch bowl encircled with yellow
daylilies nestled in fern and also
union Sunday in Skipperville, Ala.
flanked by burning tapers.
After the initial cutting of the
cake by the couple, Mrs. Brady
Jordan, Mrs. W. L. Durant, Mrs.
James Gosnell, Mrs. Joe Horton,
Mrs. Winton Ferrell, Mrs. Margaret
Thomason, Mrs. Opal Owens and
Mrs. R. D. Prows served the cake
and presided at the punch bowl.
After a wedding trip to points
of interest in the southern states
the couple is now residing in Lum-
berton, N. C.
bridal flowers including mums and bles topped with cymbidium or-
fern set in a background of glis- chids nestled in tulle and ribbons.
tening palms and other foliage. Ivy Miss Kim Thursbay, niece of the
entwined candelabra holding burn- bride, was flower girl and ring
ing bridal tapers formed a pyramid bearers were Miss Barbara Barks,
before which the vows were spo- sister of the bridegroom, and Bra-
ken. Window recesses were accent- dy Jordan, nephew of the bride.
ed by burning tapers nestled in Miss Thursbay and Miss Barks were
greenery aiid&" family pews were also attired in blue, and each wore
marked by traditional white safin a single string of pearls. The flow-
bows. er girl carried a dainty basket
Mrs. Winton Ferrell, organist, filled with rose petals.
presented a program of pre-nuptial Howard F. Barks served his son
music as guests assembled and also as best man with ushers being Er-
accompanied Miss Earlene Barks, nest C. Thursday, brother of the
sister of the bridegroom, soloist, as bride, of Port St. Joe, W. E. Thurs-
she sang, "Because'" and "Whither bay, Jr., brother of the bride, of
Thou Goest". She also accompanied Branford, and Sammy Barks, bro-
the bridal couple.as they sang their of the bridegroom of Pensa-
"Seal Us", as they knelt at the cola.
prie dieu in conclusion of the cere- The bride, given in marriage by
mony. her father, was radiant in a floor
Mrs. Ernest Thursbay, sister-in- length wedding gown of silk organ-
law of the bride, was chosen as ma- za and Chantilly lace. The molded
tron of honor. She was attired in a sleeveless bodice was accented by
street length dress of blue embroi- a lace drape which covered the
dered satin. The fitted bodice with shoulders enhanced by a tiny stand-
rounded neckline joined the waist- up 'collar and extended downward
line and featured a pleated cum-, across the back flowing into a tu-
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the waistline and touched the floor Ra Wedding
gracefully and evenly on each side. Plans Announced
Her elbow length veil of illusion
was attached to a tiny pearl head- The wedding of Miss Esther Ray
piece and she.carried a bridal bou- and Paul Duray of Albuquerque,
quet of white roses and lily of the
valley centered by a white orchid New Mexico, will take place on
nestled in tulle and ribbon with Saturday, July 11 at 5:00 p.m. at
love knotsulle and ribbon with the Oak Grove Assembly of God
love knots. Church. The Reverend H. D. Fer-
Mrs. Thursday chose for her rell will perform the ceremony.
daughter's wedding a suit of red All friends are invited.
lace with which she wore a match- ____
ing pill box headpiece and white
accessories. Mrs. Barks was attired Vacation In Tennessee
in blue lace complimented by Mr. and -Mrs. Emory Stephens
white accessories. Both wore cym- and sons, Billy and Arden vaca-
bidium orchid corsages. tioned last week by spending sev-
Immediately following the cere- eral days in Chattanooga, Tenn.,
mony a reception was given by the and visited with friends and rela-
bride's parents in the Sun Room tives in Louisville, Ala. They at-
of the Port St. Joe Motel. The bri- tended the Stephens family re-
Visit In Lakeland
Mr. and Mrs. John Blount spent
the July Fourth holidays with their
children, Mr. and Mrs. James How- -
ell in Lakeland. They were joined i
there by Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tay-
lor and children of Atlanta for a
delightful family get-together.
READ THE CLASSIFIED
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister
Evening Worship. 7:30 P.M.
Church School 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
CU TM I A WINNING,
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IMMEDIATE DELIVERY FAST CREDIT* EASY TERMS!
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322 Monument Ave.
Never Needs Ironing!
I' "UNITED ARTITS
St. Joe Radio & T. V.
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 U ..........--..-. 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 8:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
Visiting In Altha
Miss Vickie Fowler is spending
several weeks in Altha with her
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Visit In Malone
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ellzey spent
the July 4th week end in Malone
visiting friends and relatives.
SPECIALS FOR JULY 8 THROUGH JULY 14
* Get Better "Swift's Pro-Ten" Meats At RICH'S
SWIFT PREMIUM PROTEIN LB.
SIRLOIN lb. 89c
GROUND FRESH DAILY
3 lbs. 99c
with purchase of
or 5 Pounds
3 lbs. 79c
Nabisco BAMA Quart Jar
SALTINES Mayonnaise 39c
Pound Box COM RoI l
28C TISSUE roll 5c-
10 VARIETIES CANNED
VEGETABLES 10 P ,
Canned DRINKS cans C
KOSanitary Napkins box 29E
Sanitary Napkins box 29c
WITH $5.00 ORDERor MORE
YOUR TOTAL WILL BE CHEAPER at RICH'S
Plus One Dozen Ga. Grade 'A' Large
With $10.00 Order or More
I U. S. No. 1 White
10 LB. BAG
WITH $5.00 "
BANANAS lb. Oc
Cherries Ilb. 59c
PEPPERS bag 15c
SFOR SEASONING :
IMONS or LIMES
TUNA -S-M 19c
20 Pound Bag
When You Shop Rich's
You Don't Pay for Stamps
HOME GROWN VINE RIPE
At Wholesale Price
Less Than 1c Each
CALIFORNIA SUNKIST JUICY
WHITE or YELLOW
3 for $1.00
THESE SPECIALS GOOD
FRYER BREAST Ground
LEGS & WINGS BEE F
3 Lb. 3 LBS.
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LIVER BACKS FL OUR Peanuts EG GS FL O UR SQUASH
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3L.5B 29L0 Lb 29c 89c Cabbage lb.C
59c 69c 10c l0c With $5.00 Order With $5.00 Order O.H
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Sk6'iCE TO TAXPAYERS d,.
Sin accordance with Section 129.03, Florida StAtUtes, 1963, NOTIE
!3 hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Gulf Countl,
Florida, have prepared a temporary budget for the several county
iunds for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 1964 and ending Septem-
ber 30, 1965; that said Board will be in session on Friday, July 17, 1964
at 6:30 P.M., CST, for the purpose of hearing complaints from any
person or persons, firm or corporation that are dissatisfied with said
i)udget, to-wit: A -" -
ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS:
130 Taxes (8.8 mills on assessed value of $15,000,000)
100 U. S. Flood Control Funds
114 Railroad and Telephone license
115 Race Track Funds
116 Insurance Agents License
121 Mosquito Funds-State 1---Cash
121 Mosquito Funds-State 1-Credit
122 Mosquito Funds-State 2-Cash
137 Occupational License
138 Beverage License
151 Excess Fees
i74 Mosquito Funds-Port St. Joe
174 Mosquito Funds-Wewahitchka
L24 Board Registration Tax
Total Estimated Receipts
95% of Estimated Receipts
Balance to carry forward
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCE /-
zll County Commissioners salary and travel
z12 -Clerk Circuit Court and Deputies salary
.16 Supervisor Registration salary
319 Administrative Salaries
,21 General Court Costs
z24 Tax Assessor Commissions
z25 Tax Collector Commissions
: 27 Inquest
230 Travel and Per diem
:,41 Courthouse maintenance and operations
262 Legal Advertising and expenses
.-65 Group Insurance
:'69 Administrative Supplies
:,70 Administrative Supplies
C.75 Juvenile Court Salaries and expenses
jil Circuit Judge's Sec. Salary
642 T. B. Hospitals
661 Mothers Pension
662 Insanity cases
J71 County Service Officer
j72 Civil Defense
J75 Mosquito Control: County Funds
075 Mosquito Control: State Funds
,81 Agriculture Program
j82 State Forest Service
.83 Historical Commission
311 Furniture and fixtures
J16 Race Track-School Board
j17 Race Track-Highland View
J16 Sheriff's Salary and Deputies
Reserve for Contingencies-County
Reserve for contingencies-Sheriff
Reserve for cash balance
ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND
LSTIMATE OF REVENUES -AND RECEIPTS:
-30 Taxes (6.5 mills on assessed valuation, $15,000,000)
111 Gasoline Tax
,12 Special Fuel Tax
113 Auto Transportation Tax
115 Race Track Tax
Total Estimated Receipts
95% of Estimated Receipts
Balance to be brought forward: Cash
TOTAL-ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS AND BALANCES -
411 Supervisor Salary
415 Free Labor
121 Maintenance and operation, Garage
122 Maintenance of equipment
423 Gas and Oil
431 Road, bridge and culvert material
451 Right of Way
334 New Equipment
ll Tax Collections to Cities
Reserve for Contingencies
Reserve for Cash Balance
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND
ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS:
130 Taxes 3.0 mills on $15,000,000.
144 Fines and Costs
186 Cash Refund from Sheriff's Budget
Total Estimated receipts
95% of Estimated Receipts
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES -
315 Prosecuting Attorney's Salary
321 Circuit Court Costs
323, County Judge's Fees--Guarantee
328 Witness and Jurors Fees
329 Insolvent and Miscellaneous Court Work
3,69 Office Supplies
316 Assistants Salary 11,79
364 Expenses other than Salaries 17,55
824 Equipment 6,00
Total Appropriations 51,54
Reserves for contingencies-County 81
Reserve for contingencies-Sheriff 1,76
Reserve for Cash balance 59
TOTAL BUDGET 54,72
CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND
ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS:
130 Taxes (2 mills) 30,00
185 Interest on Deposits 80
Total Estimated receipts 30,8C
Less 5% 1,54
95% of Estimated receipts 29,26
Balance to be brought 63,03
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES __ 92,2S
811 Purchase Courthouse site, surveys, planning -------- 87,90
Total Appropriations 87,9(
Reserve for Contingencies 4,39
TOTAL BUDGET 92,29
ST. JOSEPH FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT
ESTIMATED REVENUES AND RECEIPTS:
130 Taxes (0.5 mills) 1,8(
Total Estimated receipts 1,8(
95% of Estimated receipts 1,7]
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 1,7]
224 Commissions to Tax Assessor 4
225 Commissions to Tax Collector 4
912 Pay over to Fire Departments 1,61
TOTAL BUDGET 1,71
TOTAL ALL BUDGETS 615,8(
The Budget will require the following tax assessments:
Fine and Forfeiture
Road and Bridge
St. Joseph's Fire District
Proposed millage not included in budget:
Florida State Board of Health
Dead Lakes Water Management District
This June 23, 1964.
George Y. Core, Clerk
Board County Commissioners
Gulf County, Florida
BY: James G. McDaniel, Chairman
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By CUBIE LAIRD, County
On Monday night, July 13, West
Florida Cattlemen's Association
hold its regular quarterly meeting
in Wewahitchka at Lakeview Cafe.
About 50 cattlemen and their wives
are expected, coming from Cal-
houn, Liberty, Bay, Wakulla, Frank-
lin and Gulf Counties. A good meal
and program are planned and all
members are urged to attend and
bring with them prospective mem-
The association president re-
The merican Legion, Post 116
and its Auxiliary met recently at
the American Legion Home for a
buffet supper and installation of
In separate sessions the follow-
ing officers were installed for
1964-65. In absence of district com-
mander Doyle Golden, past district
commander, Bill Macklin of Talla-
hassee, installed officers of Post
116. They included J. T. Simpson,
Commander; A. T. Thames, first
Vice-Commander; F. E. Trammel,
second Vice- Commander; Ralph
Nance, Chaplain; George Padgett,
Adjutant; Emmett Daniell, Finance.
Officer; Cecil Parrish, Sergeant-at-
Arms; Gene McCormick, Historian;
and. Walter Graham, Post Service
Mrs. Ann Hart, District Two
President, installed officers of the
Auxiliary, Unit 116. They included
Mrs. Lois Daniell, President; Mrs.
Ann Hart, first Vice-President;
Mrs. Verna Smith, second Vice-
President; Mrs. Mozelle Trammell,
Secretary; Mrs. Rosie Lee Parrish,
Treasurer;. Mrs. Madaleine Whita-
ker, Historian; Mrs. Mamie Lou
Dare, Sergeant-at-Arms and Mrs.
Effie Cason, Chaplain.
Mrs. Hart also presented four ci-
tations from the state to the Aux-
iliary which included: Child Wel-
fare citation for outstanding pro-
motion of the child welfare pro-
gram; Rehabilitation Citation for
100% participation in the Depart-
ment Hospital program; Member-
ship Citation for exceeding the
membership of the past year and
a membership citation for reaching
this goal by the designated date of
November 20, 1963.
The Auxiliary Unit presented a
lovely gift with thanks to Mrs.
Ann Hart for the outstanding job
she did in serving the Unit as Dis-
trict President for the year 1962-63.
Following the supper the Post
and Unit were entertained by a
musical jam session which had the
entire, group joining the music
makers in singing and playing be-
fore the evening was over.
Visit With Mother
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Montgom-
ery of Mobile, Ala., spent the week
end visiting with Jimmy's mother,
Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomery.
Guests of H. L. Fords
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
H. L. Ford were Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Peavey and children of Waycross,
Mrs. E. Elliott and Mrs. Shirley
Kreklow and son, David from Chi-
cago, Ill., are visiting gwith Mr. and
Mrs. Elmo Ford. Mrs. Elliott is
Mrs. Ford's mother. ;
CARD OF THANKS
The family of John W. Core
wishes to take this means of ex-
pressing their gratitude to Dr. Wil-
liam Wager, Dr. Wayne Hendrix,
the hospital staff as a whole and
to their many friends and neigh-
bors for their services, kind thots
and deeds rendered during John's
recent stay in the hospital.
ports that this organization now
has about 75 members for this year,
and more members are expected in
the near future. This is an active
organization and any and all citi-
zens interested in any kind of live-
stock, are urged to support it.
Sudan Sorghum Shows Promise
A new type or forage plant su-
dan sorghum, is being tried in
field trails here this year and is
showing much promise for utili-
zation for grazing and silage. This
plant makes fast growth good man-
Cattle : Lungworm Vaccine
Veterinary scientists at the Un-
iversity of Florida have conducted
studies using ta lungworm vac-
cine which could revolutionize Flo-
rida's beef and dairy cattle indust-
ries. This irradiated lungworm lar-
vae vaccine appears to be effec-
tive in the control of this pest and
would allow Florida's cattlemen
generally to raise their own re-
placement heifers, have an annual
savings of from $5,000 to $10,000
and successfully complete in the
nation's and world markets.
Guests of Jenkins
Mr. and Mrs. David Jenkins
have as their guests, Mrs. Jenkin's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wood-
ard from Nashville, Tenn., Mrs.
Jenkins and children will accom-
pany them back home for a short
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S Divers Club Hears
By JOE MAXWELL this type of treatment apparently
Farm Forester kills 10 to 30% of the undesirable I farn of Safetyv'
stems outright and reduces the L
The problem of controlling uni height of the remaining stems by The Port St. Joe High School Di.
desirable scrub hardwoods on our about 40 to 50%. As a service to e l
more valuable timberlands is a ser- landowners who cannot obtain pri- vers Club had as its guest at the
;ious problem to landowners desir- vate contract work to release their close of school this year, two mem-
ing to grow more valuable species, pine seedlings the Florida Forest bers of the Panama City Diving
This is a major problem through- Service has obtained a tractor Club. One of the guests, Ronnie
out Florida as there are about 10 mounted mist blower to assist Groom, gave a talk concerning div-
million acres in need of hardwood them at a cost of $9.50 per acre. ing safety and demonstrated and
control treatment, : The Florida Forest Service can
In encouraging the pines to grow only perform this service where explained many pieces of equip-
on these lands we foresters have private contract work is not avail- ment used. in' today's diving and
several tools in our bag of tricks able and at least 200 seedlings per underwater exploration. Mr; Groom
such as fire, mechanical devices acre will be released from com- also answered questions from the
girdling tools and poisons. Each of peting scrub brush. Persons desir- audience covering a wide range of
these tools have a place to be used ing information about this service
as needed and none used to excess. can contact me at 763-5456 or safety, equipment and experiences.
Prescribed burning is being in- write me at P. 0. Box 1391, Pan- The other guest was Joe Smith, a
creasingly used as a tool in the ama City, Florida. professional diver employed by
management of southern pines. It --- the Texas A&M University Ocean-
is not recommended for use in the L graphic Institute.
mixed age class forest nor where Chilren's Library ographicand Mr. Smith
hardwoods are desired. It should Mr. Groom and Mr. Smith
be prescribed by experienced per- Offers ManyBooks brought a color film produced by
sonnl familiar with its use. In or- v i U the Voit Manufacturing Company,
der for fire to be really effective MAGIC KEYS which showed a group of scuba
in controlling ghardwoods, the hard- divers on an underwater explora-
woods must be small, about 2 to Would you like to travel far tion trip to an underwater reef
3 inches in diameter and the wea- From the place where now you off the coast of California. A large
other conditions just right, are? Read a book. group of visitors from other clubs
Mechanical clearing methods re- Would you nature's secrets know, were invited and a total group of
fer to heavy equipment such as How her children live and grow? about 100 enjoyed the film and
bulldozers, root rakes, brush chop- talk.
pers and heavy harrows. Read a book. Both Mr. Groom and Mr. Smith
Chemical Poisons have been us- Would you like to talk with
ed in many ways. They have been kings? and text lesson.
applied to the bark, on stumps, in Or to fly with, Lindbergh's "Jungle Books". Grades 4-6.
notches, in frills, in slits, and wings? Read a book. concerning Mowgli, the wolf boy;
through foliage treatment. Success wings? Read a book. Shere Khan, the murderous tiger;
with chemicals is varied depend- Would you look on days gone by? Toomai, the elephant boy; and,
ing upon the type chemical used, Know scientific reasons why? Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, the mongoose,
the amount applied, and the sus- Read a book. who lived by the law of the jun-
ceptability of the species of the The world before you will unfold gle.
poison, For a magic key you hold "Mr. Wizard's Experiments for
In the past year or so mist blow- In a book. Young Scientists". Grades 7-8. A
ing equipment has been adopted -Leah Gibbs Knobbe useful book for science students
for effective ground spraying of Saint Joseph's Children's Library who will want.to try the 13 experi-
brush. On upland scrub hardwoods is open on Tuesdays, Thursdays ments explained here. The author
and Fridays from 4 to 5 p.m., is also discusses the work of astron-
located on Eighth Street and -has omers, botanists, chemists and
books of interest for all children. other scientists-how they conduct
"Growing Story". Grades 1-3, A research and experiments, and the
"A tenpWsaNdal g small boy who discovers the grow- value of their discoveries. The ex-
named 3Sr ing world around him (grass, flow- periments cover problems in differ-
Spends tinldlM ers, chickens, etc.) also finds that ent fields such as botany, astrono-
he grows too-especially when he my, zoology, microbiology, physical
hot nighnotices that his old clothes don't and organic chemistry, geology,
He throw sth oienopl- fit, A simple, ingratiating picture meteorology.
4 rH OiRAY, JULY 4 i4
have offered to return at the be.
ginning of next year and hold a
series of diving classes for the
club if times and facilities can be
arranged. This would afford a very
fine opportunity for all members
to learn the use of up-to-date div-
ing gear as well as standard diving
procedure and safety precautions.
James Yadon, sponsor of the
club, wishes to announce that the
club will function during the sum-
mer and a meeting has been plan-
ned for Tuesday, July 21 at 7:30
p.m. at the Port St. Joe High School
Industrial Arts Laboratory. Re-
freshments will be served.
TALLAHASSEE--Cecil G. Cos-
tin, Jr., Port St. Joe lawyer, has
been named to The Florida Bar's
advisory committee on labor rela-
tions law according to announce-
ment this week by Bar president
Chesterfield H. Smith, Lakeland.
Costin is a law graduate of the
University of Florida college of
To Visit July 17
Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Jim Weant, Assist-
ant State Service Officer of the
Florida Department of Veterans
Weant will visit this area next
week for the purpose of helping
veterans or their dependents in
filing claims for Compensation
Benefits or solving their insurance
problems. This free service in-
cludes assistance to employers of
veterans under the GI Bill, Voca-
tional Training, Subsistence or
During his visit in this area,
Weant may be contacted at the
County Service Office in the Amer-
ican Legion Home on July 17 at
MINUTES of- the
June 23, 1964
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
met this date in regular session
with the following members pres-
ent: James G. McDaniel, Chairman.
Leo Kennedy, Walter Graham and
A. J. Strickland. The Clerk, Sher-
iff, Attorney, County Health. Of-
ficer and Road Superintendent
were also present.
The meeting came to order at
6:30 p.m. Commisisoner Graham
opened the meeting with prayer.
Pursuant to Notice published ac-
cording to law, the Board received
the following sealed bids from
concerns offering to serve as Fi-
nancial Advisor to Gulf County in
connection with the possible is-
suance of bonds to finance a new
County Courthouse and Jail in the
City of Port St. Joe.
Pierce, Wulbern, Murhy, Inc.
Jacksonville, offered its: services
at $3.30 ter bond with the maxi-
mum not to exceed $5,000.00.
Marx and: Company, Inc., Bir-
mingham, Alabama, offered its ser-
vices at $2.49 per bond.
After being advised that each
bid complied with the advertise-
ment and after lengthy, discussion,
there was a motion by Commis-
sioner Graham, seconded by Comrn-
missioner S.tricklarid, that .the,
Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County employ the services'
of Marx. & Company, Inc, to act-
as the Fiscal Agent for the Count
on the proposed bond issue to' fi-
nance a new county courthouse.
and jail in Port St. Joe. The fol-
lowing Voted: AYE: Graham,-
Strickland and the ChairmaN.-NAY:
Kennedy. Commissioner ,ennedy.
stated that he voted agai fist the
motion because -he -thought, an: at-
torney could, take care of it for
the same fee.
The Chairman ,announced that
Marx.& Company, Inc.; is employed
to act as Fiscal-Agent for the
County and requested that the pro-
per contract be drawn up; to, be
executed at the next meeting.
F. E. Trammell, Sanitarian, Gulf
County HealthDeiipartment appear-
ed before the Board and- told the
Board 'of the recent Sanitary Sur-
vey made of the White City area.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT. IN AND FOR GULF
IN RE: Estate of
LOTA BALLARD PALMER,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
LOTA BALLARD PALMER, de-
ceased, are hereby notified and re-
uqired to file any claims or de-
mands which they may have against
said estate in the office of the
county judge of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, in the Courthouse at Wewa-
hitchka, Florida, within six calen-
dar months from the date of the
first publication of this notice.
Each claim or demand must be in
writing" and must state the place
of residence and post office ad-
dress of the claimant and must be
sworn to by the claimant, his agent,
or his attorney, or it will become
void according to law.
June 15. 1964.
// JIMMIE PALMER McLEOD
Executrix of the Estate of
Lota Ballard Palmer, deceased
Cecil G. Co0tin. Jr.
A ftornev for Executrix
221 Reid Avenue 4t-6-18
"rr# St Jne. Florida
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT
._TITF COUNTY. FLORIDA
C(,RA SUE MEDUIN,
ARREST .RAY MEDLIN,
NOTICE TQ;, Earnest Ray Med-
'ir wblst vlace of residence is 610
I'ily. 1964. the defendant, Earnest
Ray Medlin. is required to serve
'miv Hon. Cecil G. Costin, Plain-
tiff' Attorney, whose address is
221 Reid Avenue. Port St. Joe,
Florida. a copy of and file with
the Clerk of said Court ,the origin-
'1 of an Answer to the Bill of Com-
nlaint filed against him herein.
WTTNTS my hand and official
teal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
,filf County. Florida, this 17th day
W f June, A.D.. 1964.
/q/ GEORGE Y. CORE,
io0rk Circuit Court
TnrCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-6-18
St. Joe Radio
and TV Co.
Next Door to Cooper's
- I --
%Otil N3MC_ 'k
He proseote the survey showing
each residence in that area and its
sanitary classification. After much
discussion he requested the county
to give consideration to a drainage
project for that area. The Board
thanked Mr. Trammell for present-
ing this survey and' congratulated
him on an outstanding job. The
Chairman appointed the following;
committee .to make a complete
study .of this survey and to make
recommendations as to the drain-
age needs: Commissioners Graham
.and Kennedy, ::Max W. Kilbourn,
Lloyd Whitfield and C. F. Daniell.
A. P. Jackson,. Communication
iOfficer, Gulf County Civil Defense
' department presented a proposed
-Budget 'for said Civil Defense De-
partment for the next fiscal year,
in mthe total amount of $2,345.00.
.After he explained the items of
liis' budget and the operations of
the Department, the Board rec-.
,dmmended- that $3,000.00 be plac-
ed in the .next budget for Civil
Defense work .
Upon moitioni by Commissioner.
-KSnnedy, seconded by Commission-
er Strickland and .-upon vote was
unanimously carried, the following'
resolution was adopted to-wit:
WHEREAS, the Bodrd of County:
Commission of Gulf County, Flor-'
idaida, is concerned about the road'
construction in the State of Flor-
WHEREAS, ,the Honorable Hay-.
don :Burns, Democratic Nominee
for Governor of the State of Flor-
ida ,has expressed concern over
the past and. future development
of Florida, with special emphasis
on the road building program; and
.,,WHEREAS, the Honorable Hay-
don Burns, a Democratic Nominee
for Governor, will, at an early date,
be making tentative appointments
to the various Board and Commis-
sions of the State of Florida; and
WHEREAS;, Max W. Kilbourn
has personally supported and or-
ganized the Haydon Burns' cam-
paign committees in this County,
in both the i960 and 1964 cam-
paigns, 'nd that the said Max W.
Kilbourn is especially experienced
in the matters of the needs of the
cities and counties of the State of
Florida as a result of having served
as consultant to several municipal-
ities and-.counties in the State, and
having _personally served in var-
ious capacities in. the State Road
Department of Florida, and having
acted as liaison officer and con-
'siltant. between: several municipali-
te and counties and the State
Road Department of Florida, and
'having acquainted himself through
experience-with the procedures of
municipalities, counties, .the State
sotad.;Department and the general
needs of the State of Florida, and
having acquired a thorough know-
ledge, by experience, of all types
of road' and bridge construction,
and having developed new and im-
proved methods of-road construc-
tion resulting in tremendous sav
wings to the Board of County Com-
mission of Gulf County, Florida;
and having shown a true dedica-
tion to serve and to bring harmony
between the counties, cities and
the State Road Department by vir-
tue of his knowledge of the pro-
cedure, authorities and limitations
0o fthe various counties, cities, and
the State Road Department of
Florida; and it being the consensus
of this Board that the State of
Florida in general, and the State
fRoad Department and the various
counties and municipalities of the
State in particular could best be
served by the appointment to the
State Road Department of Florida
of the said Max W. Kilbourn by
virtue of his knowledge, training
and experience, and that he could
best harmonize the efforts of the
various organizations of the State
to expedite road construction to
achieve more and better roads at
the lowest possible price;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED that the Board of County
Commission of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, endorse and recommend to
the Honorable Haydon Burns, that
he consider Max W. Kilbourn for
appointment as a member of the
State Road Department of Florida.
ADOPTED this 23rd day of
June, 1964. (The End).
The Clerk announced that the
dedication program for the Fort
Crevecoeur Historical Marker will
be held June 25, 1964, at 6:00 p.m.
on St. Joe Beach near the Brouil-
lette residence. The Chairman urg-
ed all members to attend this pro-
The Sheriff filed continuation
certificates of bonds for Deputy
Sheriff Louie Wayne White and
The Sheriff presented bonds for
the following Special Deputies to
serve at or on the premises of
Michigan Chemical Corporation;
all bonds in the amount of $1,000
written by the United States Fidel-
ity and Guaranty Company, towit:
D. E. White, Hubert G. Griffin
and Billy Joe Ogle.
After consideration, said bonds
The Sheriff did then notify the
Board that the following Deputy
'Sheriff's have been discharged and
their bonds cancelled to-wit: Jim-
my Kilbourn, Allen Ray Watson,
Herman F. McClain, W. C. Knight,
Edward Ellis Bright, Robert D.
Sidwell, William E. Whittington,
Jake Hysmith, Harvey Watson and
A. J. Connell,
The Florida B9ard of Parks no-
tified the County that construction
plans are now complete; that bids
are ready to be advertised for on
the Port St. Joe Park but that
nothing can be done until a grad-
ed stabilized road to the park is
provided. After discussion, the
Board directed the Clerk to write
to N. E. Miller, Jr., director and
inform him that Gulf County can-
not add this project to the secon-
dary road program, but that the
State Road Department has prom-
ised that this road would be pro-
vided in the near future.
The Chairman told the Commis-
sion that a site for the new Court-
house should be considered at the
earliest date possible and after dis-
cussion, he appointed Commission-
ers Graham, Kennedy and Strick-
land to begin negotiations 'with the
land owners as soon as possible in
order that the Board will know
what land is available and the ap-
The Clerk presented the pro-
posed budget for the fiscal year
beginning, October 1, 1964, and
ending September 30, 1965.
Named 'Little Miss
Queen of Beekeepers'
Theresa Young, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Young of
Port St. Joe was elected Little
Miss Tupelo Honey Queen for 1964
by the Tupelo Beekeepers Associa-
tion held in Bristol on June 20.
She completed with Leah Brid-
ges of Blountstown and Phyllis
Tanton of Bristol.
Theresa will attend the Florida
State Beekeepers Convention at
Tampa in October and compete for
the title of Little Miss State Honey
Theresa is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williams of
The C. E. Marshall family are
spending this week vacationing at
Panama City Beach and in Wewa-
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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 SERVICE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
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RADIO and TV REPAIR
Admiral Emerson DuMont
Radio TV Slereo Air Conditioners
ANTENNA SYSTEMS, GOOD USED TV'ws $35.00 up
SERVICE CALLS $3.00
Phone 7-3251 or 7-3911 Day or Nite
DAY or NIGHT
317 REID AVENUE
(Next Door To Telegraph Office)
Your Satisfaction Is Our Business -
Train Your Pharmacist to
Use the Medicines of all the
World for you!
American skills and knowledge to
but our pharmacists are trained in
The vital ingredients of your pres-
criptions and medicines come from
the far corners of all the world .
Toiletries for Men
SPECIAL--"Seconds" Bath Towels, Face Towels,
Wash Cloths and Terry Cloth by the Yard.
2 Registered Pharmacists on duty
ThE STAR, Port St. Joe, Plorida
THURSDAY, JULY 9, 19PrizeVitAnnounced n ro war ded Contract y Air Force
Prize A11 Gann cn Iny Di To Operate Tracking Station Complex
SYouth AIStar Games On July 4th The United States Air Force has and land test areas and electromag-
announced that the Vitro Services netic test environments. One of its
The Dixie Youth baseball league Rexall Drug, R. B. Baxley. H. Strickland; quickube ice tray, .D ii Vit C t f T, in a ti,. 17
Observes 97th Birthday
Pictured above, is Mrs. Rebecca Lee, holding her great, great
grandson, Lloyd Ake, as she celebrated her 97th birthday on June
Shown with Mrs. Lee are four generations of her family: Great
grandmother, Mrs. Nancy Walter, grandmother, Mrs. Lloyd Todd,
Mrs. Norma Ake and little William Lloyd Ake.
The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors
presented a host of prizes to sup- Transistor radio, Dixie League, Roche's Furniture Store, J. B. Staf-
porters of the League at the an- Pope Fendley; teflon fry pan, St. ford. three pounds Eight O'clock
nual All-Star games, played Sat. Joe Hardware Co., Blake Thoma-
urday afternoon, July 4. son; electric clock, Webb's 5 & 10, Coffee, A&P Food Store, Patsy
The prizes won, their donors and A. J. Strickland; 500 Grand Prize Fitzpatrick; Sur-Lay Hair Tonic,
the winners are as follows: Stamps, Jitney Jungle, C. R. Weeks; Cooper's Barber Shop, B. E. Rawls;
Transistor radio, Dixie league, $5.00 gift certificate, Costin's De- thermos bottle, Surplus Sales Co.,
Luke Houston; lamp, Danley Fur- apartment Store, Thomas Adkins; D. L. Minger; watch band, Thames
niture, M a y Murphy; blanket, Brass bathroom set, St. Joe Furni- Jewelry, Jimmy Martin.
Carp's, Janet King; cannister set, ture, David Freeman; 10 gallons Twenty watermelons, donated by
Western Auto, Bill Whaley; car gas, Lovett-Stinson Standard Sta., Rich and Sons were given to the
wash and lubrication, Marvin's Bill Quarles; ice chest, Coca-Cola following: Grover Clark, Charles
'Standard, May Fillingim; lazy su- Bottling Co., C. R. Weeks; gallon Smith, Dick Saunders, Harold Qua-
san, Hurlbut Furniture, Jimmy Lan- anti-freeze, St. Joe Motor Co., Ken kenbush, Dave Jones, Bill Quarles,
caster; $10.00 worth of dairy pro-.Whittle; two table cloths, H. S. Sam Grice, Harold Quackenbush,
ducts, Russ and Sons Dairy, Mrs. Lilius, Jeweler, Rita Faulk; three J. A. Fillingim, Greg Burch, John
W. J. Belin; ice chest, St. Joe Pure pair shorts, Prince & Princess
Station, Wesley R. Ramsey; kool- Shop, Mrs. Claude Gautreaux; char-
cushion, Pate's Shell Service, Mrs. coal bucket kit, Wiley Supply Co.,
W. B. Simmons; four lunches, St. Harold Hinote; three sterea rec-
Joe Motel Restaurant, David Play- ords, Kennedy Electric, Tom Par-
er; necklate set and pair of gloves, ker; beach towel, Boyles Dept.
Garrett's Style Shop, Leonard Be- Store, Clyde Brogdon; three-cell
lin; two regular dinners, City Res- flashlight, Gulf Service Station, J.
'taurant, Mrs. A. J. Owens; three
'Billy Jordan; beach towel, Smith's l .1.
Pharmacy, Debbie Parker; handbag, i .
Pixie Shop, Mrs. W. 0. Cathy, Jr.; ..
;two sterea records, St. Joe Radio
and TV, Schley Kemp; six free
passes, Port Theatre, A. L. O'Brian;
Wilroot Hair Tonic, Palace Barber ..
Shop, J. B. Griffith; hair brush, '
Campbell's Drug Store, Gene Dor- '
sey; two-cell flashlight, Buzzett's .
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Wynelle Moore, Billy Jordan, Her-
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The league thanks all who did
their part to make
games a success.
Return from Nassau Cruise
LL sV UJ V.L Vs.U onUloUro corporate l Uo il sr es serves as r,10 J.-,,lai .,lAon 1.l
America has been awarded a $7,- in NASA's Manned Space Pro-
713,833 contract by the Air Force gram, Phoject Gemini. Recent
Systems Command, providing for work at Eglin has emphasized test-
management and operation of Air ing of limited warfare techniques.
Proving Ground Center/Eglin Gulf In addition to the Eglin AFB
Test Range areas in Florida. area, centered near Fort Walton
The contract is for fiscal year Beach, tracking stations operated
1965 and contains a value engineer- by Vitro Services for the Air IEorce
ing incentive clause. The Eglin included the Cape San Blas Track-
Gulf Test Range consists of water ing Station here at Port St. Joe.
St. Joe Natural
Gas Co. Inc.
Bargain Sale Event
to Natural Gas Users Only!
7 Models of
NOW GOING AT COST
For 30 Days Only
Starting June 18 to July 18
Mrs. W, D. Sykes, 1021 Long Avenue, Mrs. Frank McDonald,
124 Hunter Circle and Mrs. W. H. Howell, 209 Eighth Street, recent-
ly returned from a delightful cruise aboard the completely air-con-
ditioned S.S. Bahama Star to :hearby Nassau, from Miami, with the F
ship docking right at Bay Street in quaint Nassau, making it easy Fact
to shop in the native straw market ,swim at Nassau's famed beaches
and enjoy Bahamian night life.
To Be Offered
The Gulf County Vocational and
Technical Education Division an-
nounces a comprehensive educa-
tional Program In Electronics En-
gineering Technology; it covers
both the theory and application of
Basic and advanced electronics in
relation to components, systems
Persons interested in this type
course should call Mr. Tony Peter-
man at 229-2251. The requirements
for enrolling in the course, mini-
mum requirements is a high school
education and associated in elec-
Class schedule is tentatively set
Class schedule is Tentavily set
for one four hour class each Tues-
day commencing July 14.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership of George W. Hull and
Paul B. Huckeby, doing business
as "Buckhorn Bar", Port St. Joe,
Florida, has been dissolved by the
purchase of the interest of Paul B.
Huckeby, by George W. Hull and
wife, Izabella M. Hull. The busi-
ness will continue in operation un-
der the supervision of George W.
Hull and wife, Izabella M. Hull,
and will not be subject to liabili-
ties contracted for by any other
person after the date of July 3,
By: George W. Hull
Izabella M. Hull,
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is give nthat the following
motor vehicles: 1961 Ford, serial
no., C6M1HM46631 and 1962 Spar-
tinete, serial no. 135-52-A5540 will
be sold at public sale at 11:00 a.m.,
EST, on the 15th day of July, 1964
at Route 1, Wewahitchka, Florida.
The proceeds of the sale will be
applied first to the payment of the
costs of retaking, storing and sale
of said motor vehicle and the cost
of publication of notice of sale and
then to the satisfaction of the bal-
ance due under the contract cov-
ering the financing of said motor
Commercial Credit Corporation
431 Oak Avenue
Panama City, Florida
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom house on FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish- OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper,
two lots. 405 Woodward Ave., ed house. Good neighborhood in rag content bond, all sizes. On-
Port St. Joe. FHA loan available, town. Also two bedroom furnished ionskin, manuscript covers, carbon
$300 down payment. Payments ap- beachfront house at St. Joe Beach. paper, clips, fasteners, file folders.
proximately $64 monthly. Total Call 648-3472. tfc-7-9 Everything for the office. The Star,
cost $9,700. Seller will pay FHA fi- 227-3161.
nancing charges. Occupancy im- FOR RENT: Apartment. Bedroom,
mediately. Call 227-4531, Port St. living room, dining room. Phone FOR SALE: Office machine ribbons
Joe, or Ben Dickens, 385-1015, Tal- 227-8305 or write p. o. box 386. tf for all popular machines. $1.00
lahassee. tfc-5-14 --- -- The Star. Phone 227-3161.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house on
FOR SALE: At White City. 2 bed- Long Avenue. $45 per mo. Frank SALESMAN WANTED: Customers
room block house. Excellent con- Hannon, Real Estate Agent, Phone need service in Gulf Co., or Port
edition. 2 new utility houses, double 227-3491. tfc-6-18 St. Joe full or part time. Earn
steel carport on big lots. Priced to $3.50 hourly and up. For informa-
sell at $8,500.0. Phone 229-2428. tfc $ h a up For iora
sell at $8,500.0. Phone 229-2428. tf FOR RENT: 10th St., 5 room house, tion write Rawleigh FA G 100 2003
FOR SALE: 34 lots at Beacon Hill unfurnished, $35 mo. 10th St., 2 Memphis, Tenn. 5p-7-2
Beach on Highway 98 between bedroom house furnished. $35 mo.
Panama City and Port St. Joe. Lots Long Ave., 5 room unfurnished SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
located approximately two blocks house, $40 mo. See Mrs. Nora Du- Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
from Gulf. Lots to be sold to high- ren, Phone 227-5471 or phone 229-
est sealed bid received by Septem- 2941. 2c-1-16 WOOD WORKS Screen doors,
ber 1. We reserve the right to re- picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
ject any or all bids. For more in- FOR RENT: Furnished apartment, sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
formation, write AV.V. Bateman, one block from town. Mrs. Chas. Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
box 362, Port St. Joe, Florida or Brown, 305 6th St., phone 227-
call 227-7571. 6-25---8-27 4511. tfc-6-25 MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
call RENT: b-fur e man is as near as your telephone.
FOR SALE or RENT: Business and FOR RENT: Unfurnished large 2 Call 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES
residential property. Located at bedroom house. Fenced back OF ST. JOE, across from the Post
residential property. Located at yard Nice neighbors. Phone 227- Office. Local and Long Distance
White City. Phone 229-2570 or write 8536. tf-6-3 Moving. Free Estimates.
owner, Mrs. Lois Harper, Rt. 1, We- tfc-' Moving. Free Estimates.
wahitchka. 4tc-6-11 FOR SALE: By owner. 3 bedroom JNCLAIMED REPAIRS: We have
FOR SALE r RENT: 2 bedroom masonry home. Located on Mar- 3 Singer Sewing Machines that
FOR SALE or cRENT: 2 beroom vin Ave. Phone 227-2336. 8tc-5-7 vere unclaimed Pay repair bill
concrete block house on 9th St. vere unclaimed. Pay repair bill
Terms available. See C. G. Costin, FOR RENT: One 2-bedroom furnish. 14.63. These machines are in ex-
Jr. tfc-6-11 zd apartment. One 2-bedroom ellent shape. Write Service Man-
FOR SALE: 2 registered Gran uitinished apt. Two 1-bedroom ger Vogue Sewing Center, 404 E.
FOR SALE: 2 registered German eshs niesd.mith oa1 Wright St., Pensacola, Fla. 8te-5-28
Shepherd puppies. $35.00 ea. See, "iuses, furnished. Smith's Phar- Wright St., Pensacola, Fla. 8tc-5-28
or call David Rich, 227-2522 or acy, Phone 227-5111 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
229-1145. 3tc-6-18 FOR RENT: House at 214 7th St. every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom insulated $40.00 month. Call 227-7846. 4t Lt Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
home with carport and oversize FOR RENT: First floor 2 bedroom St. Joe, Fla. Phone 2291-36d fo-
garage. On corner lot. Close to unfurnished apartment. 228% ut Iher information or write P. 0.
school and park. 1001 Marvin Ave. 7th St. Phone 227-7761. tfc-6-11 Lh, 535.
Phone 227-8576. 4tc-6-18 ___
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- THERE WILL BE a regular com-
FOR SALE: 4 room frame house. ment. Couple only. 1621 Monu- munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
See Ike Hall, 403 Madison Street ment Ave. Phone 227-7641 or 227- No .111, F. & A. M., even first
Oak Grove. or Call 229-1981. 5p-2 301. tfc and third Thu day at 8:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 10x55 house trailer. FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished ap-
Expando living room, 2 bedroom. artment. 1505 Monument Ave.,
Pay very small equity48370and take, Phone 648-4770. tfc NG. MARTIN, W. M
up payments. Phone 648-3700. tfc I N. G I N, W. t.
IFOR RENT: spacious three bedrm h. L. BURGE, Secretary
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house. 123 home at 609 Garrison Ave. Con-
Hunter Circle. Available August venient to town and schools. Large WILLIS V. ROWAN POT 116,
1. Phone 229-1361. tfc-7-2 yard area. Quiet neighborhood. THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
Call 229-3431. tfc-5-7 ing second and fourth Tuesday
FOR RENT: By week or by the al 9- nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
night, one bedroom and private FOR SALE: Adding machine paper. Home.
bath. Living and room and TV Package of 3 rolls, 70c. The Star, R.A.M.Regular convocation on St
room privilege. 528 Corner of 6th 227-3161. R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
and Woodward. 2tp-7-9 Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
NEED A BABY SITTER? Call Ce- 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house at lia or Beth Creech. Phone229- companions welcome.
1007 Monument Ae. For informa- JOE EVANS, High Priest
tion call 227-4471, or 229-2941. tfc 1441. Itc JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary
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THE STAR, Port f. Joe, Flo. ~ THURSDAY LULY 9
T ONEE! TO CW $ '.
There ms few around today who had the pee of seeiN
this famous baseball double-play emahatdoweh action
som five decades ago. -
Bit few there are who haive ot hear
of this almost le andary trio -
in the community health area, there is as equally effective trio
of prescription drug manufacturer, physician and pharmacist
The game they play: Life and dea.h.
The opponent: Hmn.illani( .
When the stakes are high, there isno margin forerror,
no time for the second guess. -
1 That's why the members of this team, the community health team,
are all professionals with a backlog of training and experience
That's why, when the pressure is on, they can.respond with quickhnes
and intelligence to provide the life-giving medications that can
win the biggest game man ever plays.
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Reid Ave. Plenty of Free Parking Phone 227-3371
Mrs. Kathryn Reeder
Is Taken By Death
Mrs. Kathryn Reeder, age 58,
passed away Tuesday, June 30 at
St. Joe Beach, the victim of a
In 1913, Mrs. Reeder's parents,
who were boat builders, lived in
Port St. Joe in the location now
occupied by the Florida National
Survivors include one son, Al
Jensen, St. Joe Beach, one daugh-
ter, Mrs. Travis Burel, Clearwater,
six grandchildren, mother, Mrs.
William Pryor, Maryville, Tenn.;
one brother, Frank Pryor, Knox-
ville, Tenn.; one sister, Mrs. Enoch
Law, Maryville, Tenn.
Funeral services were held on
Thursday, July 2 at 1:00 p.m. from
the Overstreet Methodist Church
conducted by Rev. Bill Davis, as-
sisted by Rev. Greene, pastor of
the Honeyville Methodist Church.
Burial was in Holly Hill Ceme-
tery with Comforter Funeral Home
in charge Of arrangements.
Man Found Dead
In Overstreet Home
Harland Sutton, age 24, a service
man stationed at Redstone Arse-
nal, Alabama was found dead ear-
ly Sunday morning in bed appar-
ently from suffocation.
Sutton was visiting in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Hardy at
Overstreet at the time of his death.'
A Comforter,Ambulance brought
the body to0 the Port St. Joe Muni-
cipal Hospital where he was pro-
A Tyndall Air Force Base ambu-
lance picked up the body Sunday
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occupied by the Dave May family.
The accident was investigated
by Deputy Sheriff Jim Barfield.
On Thursday afternoon at 1:45
p.m., an auto driven by Richard
Scheffer of Beacon Hill hit the
rear of an automobile driven by
James C. Welch, Jr., of Jackson,
Scheffer told Deputy Jim Bar-
field that he glanced away from
the road for a moment and when
he looked back he was hitting the
rear of the Welch auto. Damages
were estimated at $1,000 to both
City Board Takes Care
(Continued From Page 1)
daughter's husband is serving in
overseas duty. Mrs. Harper told
the Board that her neighbors had
agreed to the plan. The Board
granted the permission on a tem-
WILL STUDY a request by Bar-
ney McCullough for a building per-
mit to enclose a concrete porch at
his home, o9 Ninth Street. The
enclosed porch would be 7% feet
from the property line in a zone
which requires 10 feet of clear-
ance. The Board agreed to under-
take the usual procedure to go
contrary to the zoning ordinance in
M.hcCullough's request and call for
a hearing on the matter.
HiARD A REQUEST for remov-
al of the admission from theatre
tickets from the local Martin Thea-
tre. Manager Aaron Cooley told the
Board that very few cities the size
of Port St. Joe levied admission
taxes on theatre tickets and that
the tax, along with theatre admis-
sions, was dwindling due to compe-
tition from television and other
recreational activities, He said the
admission tax could very well be
the difference between closing the
local theatre or leaving it open.
PASSED A RESOLUTION allow-
ing the City to pay the last install-
ment on the 1950 $90,000 refund-
ing bonds six months prior to their
due date. The move will save the
City some interest money. The re
solution was approved.
Dixie Youth Tourney
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Simmons, lRonnie Dupree.
The. team will be managed by
Receiving the "Most Valuable
Player Award from the National
League was James White. Select-
ed to receive the "Sportsmanship"
award was Larry McFarland.
The winner of the Port St. Joe
Sub-District tournament will com-
pete with the other West Florida
Sub-District winners for the Dis-
trict Championship. The first game
will be played on Tuesday, July
28. The District tournament will
be held in West Pensacola.
Midget Investments That Yield
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