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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: June 13, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE STAR

Port St. Joe- The Outlet Port for the Apalachicole-Ghkttak ehAie Valley"


VOLUME XX


Single Copy So


r'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA,


THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1957


NUMBER 33


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ETAOIN SHRDLU

by WESLEY R. RAMSEY


And the rains came.
With the rains came the re-ap-
pearance of "Lake Williams".
"Lake Williams" lies in the vicin-
ity of Fourth Street and Williams
Avenue. It is strictly the private
property of the Quality Grocery,
Piggly Wiggly and The Star.
Clarence Pridgeon of the Qual-
ity has visions of having the "lake"
filled in.
0. C. and Nixon Dykes at the
,Piggly Wiggly are considering
equipping their grocery buggies
with pontoons and outboard kick-
ers to get across.
Clarence Pridgeon's idea is just
wishful thinking. Apparently he
hasn't read the papers of late where
the Governor has signed a bill to
prevent the filling of Florida's
"scenic waterways" and develop-
ment of same.
But we here at The Star have


come up with the solution of hav-
ing "Lake Williams" and living
with it., The only solution is to
stock the "lake" with fish, put in
a few boats, rent the American
Legion building and going"into the
fish landing business.
Then before you know it, the
County Commissioners will force a
portion of the secondary road fund
on us for an access road and we
will be fixed.


Of course, with the passing of
the rains, "Lake Williams" will
cease to exist. But we could con-
struct a tumbler dam and keep it
with us.

We heard the other day of an
incident where a group of children
were in swimming on the pier. The
boys got to scuffling on the *wt
pier and in the scuffle, one of the
boys slipped and knocked a five-
year old girl off into the water.
But for the quick action of the
boys present, the girl might have
drowned.
Possibly a little sacking c.uld be
put on the pier to make it more
foot-sura when it is wet from chil-
dren in swimming coming up to use
the diving board.

This event and recent drownings
brings to mind what Bobby Bel-
lows, an accomplished swimmer
and life guard had to say on the
subject.
Bobby says that if a person loses
consciousness in the water and ap-
pears to have drowned, prompt ap-
plication of artificial respiration
is the only thing that can save
them. Bobby says he shudders ev-
ery time he hears of someone drag-
ging a victim from the water and
then goes to call an ambulance.
The only safe thing to do is to ap-
ply artificial respiration. Remember
That. It might come in handy some-
time.

While Gulf County received
many good bills passed' in the Le-
gislature, it had one passed that
will do the county good, but needs
some changes made in the text.
We are referring to the natural
gas district bill. The bill gives the
running of the system over to a
five man board appointed by the
governor, and 'not elected by the
people. The bill provides that the
board and not the Florida Public
Utilities Commission shall set the
rates at their discretion. This
should' not be. It also gives the
board the power to float as many
bonds or debentures as they want
and to sell the bonds without bids
if they so desire. The bill also
provides that their gas lines can
be run anyplace they want with
no reservation to be made by the
city or other governing bodies.
Such things in a bill leave loop
holes for skullduggery if the wrong
men were to get appointed to the
board. They should be corrected
immediately to give the people the'
say as to how the gas system is
run and give the people and their
own local governing bodies control
over the system. We don't hold
with the people paying for a pub-
lic utility and the premises needed
to distribute this public utility
without the people having the say-
so as to how it shall be run.
The bill provides that the pro-
fits shall be divided between the
municipalities in the county ac-
cording to the amount of gas each
community. uses, which we go along
with as fair.
We believe the parts we mention
here should be changed immediate-
ly if not sooner.


Our Future Citizens




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PICTURED ABOVE ARE: From left to right, Ralph Maxwell, 2, son
of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Maxwell. Jae Freida Joines, 6, (laughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Joines. Terry Chason 2, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Chason. Bottom row, left to right, Donna Parker 6, daughter
of Mr. nad Mrs. Tom Parker, Jr. Joy Parker, 4, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Parker, Jr. Richard Wayne Hart, 15 mos., son of
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hart.


"Treasures of Spring" Is Theme of

Eighth Annual Garden Club Show


SThe eighth annual flower show
Rotarians Hear of the Port St. Joe Gardent Club
was held June 1 and 2 at the Cen-
I l itennial Building. The theme was,
TelevisionI ITaIk "Treasures of Spring".
Guests included visitors from Co-
Guests of the Rotary Club at lumbus, Ohio, Dade City, Tuscaloo.
their luncheon meeting Thursday sa, Ala., Quincy and planama City.
were Gene Austin of Apalachicola Blue ribbon winners in rrng
and Tom Gibson, Jr., and Tom Gitb-
son, Sr., of Huntsville, Alabama. nie seci Ne
The Rotarians studied television Mrs. Car l C, a Armstrong, 1;
during the program portion of their Fred addox, : Mrs. Ethel
meeting. Program chairman, He- Bridges, 1; Mrs. J. C. Arbogast, 2;
bert Brown introduced Claude Ma- Ms. Wayne Ashley 1; Mrs. Thom-
enza, chief engineer of WJDM-TV as Mitchell, and Mrs. Ralph
who told the oRotarians of some of 'ance, 3.
the things to expect from televi- Red ribbon winners in arrange-
sion receivers and stations. ment were Mrs. Fred Maddox, Mrs..
Maenza talked chiefly about sta- J. C. Arbogast, Mrs. 0. S. Croxton.
tion WJDM. He said that the citi- Mrs. I. C. Nedley, Mrs. H. W Grit
z-inL- o Port L Y. ., Aihould not fin, and Mrs Carl Armstrong.
feel bad about getting poor recep- Yellow ribbon winners were: Mrs.
tion from a station in our own back Chris Martin, Mrs. Henry Ayers&,
yard practically. He explained that Mrs. G. S. Croxton, Mrs. H. W.
WJDM was a low powered station Griffin, Mrs. Fred Maddox, Mrs.
and wasn't good but for about 10 Carl Armstrong and Mrs. I. C. Ned-
miles of good reception and about ley.
15 miles of fair reception. He said
that according to the power of the t lue ribbon winners in hlorti-
station, Port St. 'Joe should not culture were Mrs. Kay Clark, Mrs.
receive their picture at all. Mollie Hendersoni, Mrs. J. C. Arbo-
Maenza told some of the history gast, Mrs. Bob Ellzey, Mrs. Cecil
of WJDM-of its shoe-string start Hewett, Mrs. Wayne Ashley, Mrs.
with a small station valued at half Dan Hatfield, Mrs. Carl- Armsirong,
a million dollars and of its slow Mrs. Charles Stevens, Mrs. G. S.
steady climb out of the "red" into Croxton, Mrs. Fred Maddox, Mrs.
the "black". He told of some of Marie Herndon, Mrs. Ralph Nance
the corners that had been cut to and Mrs. Ethel Bridges.
stay on the air and assured the Red ribbons in horticulture were
club of better service to come. He Mrs. Charles Stevens, Mrs. Bob
told of plans to make WJIDM into Ellzey, Mrs. J. C. Arbogast, Mrs.
a 100,000. watt station and to move an Hatfield, Mrs.,T. J. Mitchell.
the transmitter farther inland to Mrs. G. S. Croxton and Mrs. Millie
prevent half their singal from go- Henderson.
ing out over the gulf. Sweepstakes in horticulture went
Maenza showed the club members to Mrs. Mollie Henderson with
some interesting and expensive eight blue ribbons.
tubes used in the station and ex- The tri-color in arrangement for
plained their function. Most of the the most ..uil_.n.1uii- arrangement
tubes he had with him cost in the went to Mrs. Ethel Bridges for a
neighborhood of $600.00 each and mass-line in blue.
had a life of about \1,000 hours of Thee tri-color in horticulture
operation. went 'to Mrs. Ethel Bridges for a
Maenza said that television was potted blood-lily.
not new. It was began back in 1887 Judges for the show were Mrs.
using some of the component now H. J. Davis, Quincy and Mrs. Hoke
used for transmitting pictures. He Johnson,, Panama City and Miss
said that modern- television dates Sara May Love, Quincy. All were
back to 1941. accredited judges and Mrs. John
Elzea, Mrs. Felix Moates, Mrs: Mos-
,-TRni ,. iip..... .on .,,. lander, student judges from Pan-


portion Tuesday.
We would like to call attention
to a letter to the editor in this is-
sue concerning this voting.
We agree with the writers rea-
sons for not incorporating into a
city of its own. We do not how-
ever, agree that Highland View
should not be taken into an incor-
poration-namely the City of Port
St. Joe. This area needs the city
services, as do all the communities
in this low section of the state
from a health standpoint if noth-
ing else. Bit even health, like
everything else can become too
expensive to stay healthy.
.In talking to a leading citizen
of Highland View on coming into
the City of Port St. Joe he raised
the question- "Does St. Joe want
us?" That is a slap in the face of
Port St. Joe. We think it would be
well if the City Commission call
an emergency meeting with the
leaders of Highland View before
Tuesday and .officially welcome
them into the City of Port St. Joe
if they desire to come.


amia City.
Special awards went to the cen-
ter of interest arrangement made
by Mrs. Carl Armstrong, Mrs. J.
C. Arbogast and Mrs. 1. C. Nedley.

In Fishing Rodeo Contest
Boat Club Lists Entries,

The St. Joe Boat Club lists the
fish that have been turned in for
their Fishing Rodeo as follows:
Ling, one.
,King Mackerel, none.
Spanish Mackerel, two.
Tarpon, none.
Speckled Trout, none.
Red Fish, none.
Speckled Perch, none.
Bass, none.
Bream, six.
Warmouth, one.
Shellcracker, two.
The Rodeo will close on June 30.
A regular meeting of the Boat
Club will be held tonight at the
Florida Power Lounge at 8:00 p.m.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


C of C Sets Monday

For Quarterly

Dinner Meeting

The Board of Directors of the
Port St. Joe Chamber 6f Commerce
met Monday afternoon at 6:30 in
the City Hall to hear reports from
committees and plan the quarterly
dinner for the Chamber for all
members and wives.
Among reports received by the
Chamber were reports from the in-
dustrial, membership and advertis-
ing committees.
No action was really' taken un-
til Jesse Stone began to report
from the Merchant's Division of


Highland View Votes On




Incorporation Move Tues.


Tax Collections Show

Florida Business Up

'Florida Sales Tax collections
during May, based on April sales,
totalled $9,234,201 an increase of
$1:,76830i2!9 (23.6%) over the $7,-
471i,171. collected during the same
month' last year; and a decrease
f p.; SR.0 1 ,I 0 1 t11 04O \m lrt


I o.,1-181,81 ;.. ) uner tv e
the Chamber. Stone reminded the ,$10,416,019hcollected for the pre-
Cham~ber that the Merchant's Di- vious mouth of this.year.


vision had been promised up to
$5.00 per month for incidental ex-
penses. Stone asked for the $5.00
per month for the remainder of
the year in a lump sum. He gave
as a reason that the Division wish-
ed the funs for sale promotion ma-
terials later in the year.
Discussion then ran around the
board as to whether this was a
community expenditure or a mer-
chant's expenditure. Anyhow the


Sales Tax collections for the first
11 months of this fiscal year now
total $,92)82,430, an increase of
$13,747,472 (17.37%) collected to
date during the last fiscal year.
May gasoline tax collections, on
April sales, totalled $8,979,202, an
increase of $1,077,033 (13.6%) over
the $7,902,168 collected for the
same month last year; and a de-
crease of $385,38-8 under the $9,-
364,591 collected for the previous


matter wound up that the Mer- month this year.
chants didn't get the $30.00. Di- Gasoline tax collections for the


rector George Tapper took a part-
ing shot by saying, "I wish you
fellows had been on the state ap-
propriations committee this year
after the rough treatment you gave
Jessie and his $5.00 a month".
The Chamber has planned a gen-
oral dinner meeting of the Cham-
ber members for Monday night at
the Centennial Buildin.g Chicken
barbecue will be the bill of fare.
Members are invited to bring their
wives who will be considered as
guests. There will be a charge of
$1.00 for each guest's plate.
The meeting will be held at 8:00
p.m.


Kiwanians Learn of

Atomic Warfare

Captain Bobby Howell and Pvt.
Gary Howze, both of Apalachicola
gave the Kiwanis club a program
of atomic warfare information and
National Guard "propaganda" at
their Tuesday noon meeting.
Howell, who had recently com-
pleted an atomic warfare school
at Fort Knox, Ky., told the Kiwan-
ians of some of the dangers of
atomic warfare. Howell said that
the thing to be most feared from
an atomic blast was the gamma
rays, which can penetrate any pro-
tective covering known to man.
Howell said that as a result of an
atomic blast, only about 35% of
the people in the immediate area
of the blast would be killed and
these would be from burns, flying
debris, etc. He declared that wpith
the size bombs dropped in Japan,
application of simple first aid would
have prevented 90% of the deaths
resulting from those blasts. Most
of the deaths were due to shock
and cuts and bruises. These dan-
gers from the bomb are practically
negligible in view of the danger
from dangerous radiation Howell
declared. He said that of the three
types of bursts, air, surface and
sub-surface, the sub-surface blast
was to be most feared. The sub-
surface, a blast set off underground
would fling radiated particles into
the sky and cause dangerous fall-
out for years to come. Air blasts,
he said, are practically void of fall-
out.
As a result of a blast, Howell
stated, 35' of the deaths would be
caused by the blast; 50% by heat
and 15% by radiation.
Howell gave some of the hisotry
of the Guard, naming it as the old-
est fighting force in the nation. He
gave the guard's, position as home
training for soldiers and declared
tl at the Guard was called up in
time of emergency just as trained
regular army soldiers were.
Visitors of the club were Lewis
Ray and Rev. Bradley.
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Visiting Shufords
her Mrs. Charles E. Hill, Sr., of
West Point, Ga., is visiting with
her daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. S. B. Shuford. Mrs. Hill
also attended the graduation of
Blair Shuford.
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Visiting Grandmother
Miss Ann Harrison of Selma,
Ala., is visiting her grandmother,
Mrs. S. R. Grice.


first eleven months of this fiscal
year amount to $90,689,981 an in-
crease of $8,302,480 (10.7%) over
the $82,367,500 collected to date
last fiscal year.
The attached schedules show col-
lections by Counties for May, 1957,
as compared with May 1956, and
April, 1,957.


Saints Blast Wewa 17-1; Meet

Gators Here At Home Tonight


Wednesday, June 5 the Saints
were credited with a win of 9-0
over Panama City when the game
had *to be called due to the fact
Panama City could not field a
team. Panama had seven men and
expected the rest of, their team to
show up. Panama City has won
over the Saints two times this sea-
son both games were played in
Panama City.

Saints Blast Wewa 17-1
The Saints did everything to We-
wahitchka Tuesday, June 11 that
could be done in putting- on one
of the worst beatings Wewa has
ever had to take. Bascom Hamm
was the winning pitcher. Thomas
McDaniel was the losing pitcher.
Howard Rogers who is leading
the league in hits collected five
hits for six times at bat.

The Saints will play Wewah'tch-
ka here tonight at 8:00 p.m. We-
wahitchka will be out to get even
for what happened to them Friday.
Before the Saints and the Ga-
tors play, there will be a game be-
tween the Lions and the Corvettes
of the Babe Ruth League starting
at 5:30 p.m.
The Saints play .Apalachicoia
here Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m.
The Oystermen are now in second
place and want to cut the lead
the Saints now enjoy while holding
down first place. The Saints have
won 10 and lost two games this
season.
Plan now to support the Saints
when they play at home.


Lions Top the List In
Babe Ruth League Standings

Results of the week's play in
the Babe Ruth league is as follows:
Thursday, June 6, Land Com-
pany 9, Corvettes 6. Winning pit-
cher, Bob Munn, losing pitcher,
Willie Daniels.
Friday, June 7, Lions 12, Legion
4. Winning pitcher, Jimmy Wilder.
Losing pitcher, Gayle Griffin.
Monday, June 10, Corvettes, 16,.
Legion 10. Winning pitcher, Nel-
son Hall. Losing pitcher, Bell.
Tuesday, June 11, Lions 4, Land
Company 1. Winning pitcher Daw-
son, losing pitcher Ward.
LEAGUE STANDINGS
W L
Lions '2 0
Corvettes 1 1
Landcos 1 1


city commission the authority to
atftch a, one mill property tax on
property owners of the area. The
charter will also provide that the
new city might construct water,
sewer and municipal facilities and
create a police and fire departments
and other departments necessary
for the function of a city.
.Proponents of the incorporation
movement are pointing out the ad-
yantages enjoyed by residents of
incorporated cities while opponents
are talking up the high price that
must be paid for the benefits.
The voting will come as a re-
sult of a bill passed through the
Florida Legislature during the last
session by Representative Cecil G.
Costin, Jr.
The voting list will be made up
of citizens now living in Highland
View from the Canal to beyond the
Dixie Belle Motel, who are eligible
to vote in county and state elec-
tions. A majority of those voting
will either approve or disapprove
the measure.
[Polls will be open from 7:00 a.m.
to 7:00 p.m.


Summer Band Classes

Will Begin Monday

Bandmaster Herman Dean an-
'nounces summer band school to
begin on Monday, June 17, at 9:00
a.m. Instruction on all band instru-
ments will be given in the High
School band room.
All new students are requested
to be present on the above date
and time in order to receive their
instruments, and a copy of the class
schedule. Training material and
full instructions will be given out
at this time.
Students using school owned in-
struments will be charged a ren-
tal fee of five dollars per year, pay-
able at issue of the instrument.
The cost of instruction books is not
in excess of 85c.
Student who supply their own
instruments will be charged only
for the instruction book which is
85c. There Is no charge for instruc-
tion.
Senior band rehearsals will be


Legion 0 2 conducted on Monday nights from
-- 8 until 9 p.m. on the following dates
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. McLendon June 24, July 1, July 8, July 15
Return From Cruise and July 22.
Cadet band rehearsals will be
Having recently returned from conducted on Thursday nights from
the President,s Club Cruise of the 8 until 9 p.m. on the following
Gulf,.Life Insurance Company, on dates: June 27, July 11, July 18
the S. S. Evangeline which sailed and July 25.
from Miami to Nassau, are Mr. and All members of these organiza-
Mrs. T. R. McLendon of Port St. tions are expected to be present
Joe Florida. for the rehearsals unless unusual
While on their enjoyable cruise circumstances prevent attendance.
the had many things to do which The following instruments are
included viewing the historic sights now available for new students
of the quaint old-world city while providing they apply before June
riding in a surry through the win- 17: one bass viol (string bass),
ding streets, visit popular Paradise one sousaphone. Students who are
Beach, and browse leisurely through interested in learning to play these
the many attractive British shops. may apply to Mr. Dean.


Graduating Class of Jack and Jill Kindergarten


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PICTURED ABOVE is the graduating class of the Ja'k alrd Jill Kindergarten. They are, front row, left to
right: Kenny Hill, Diane Gwaltney, Larry McFarland, William Ramsey, Mike Pitts, Ronnie Russ, Ma-
rie Odom, Linda Hicks, Kathy Bratcher, Regenia Lsvins, Bobby Kennedy, Steven Gay and Robert Keel.
Back row, left to right, Stefile Gay, Judy Graham, Gregory Weston, Pepe Rooney, Steven Wombles, Kay-
ana Bateman, Evelyn Coates, Jeannine Britt, Deleva Floyd, Brenda Crews, Paula Corbitt, Gwendolyn
Duval and Sheila Gay. (Star photo)


Highland View Elementary School

Is Set Up As Polling Place


Citizens of Highla-nd View will go
to the polls Tuesday to decide by
ballot whether or not Gulf County
will have its fourth incorporated
city.
The people of the community
are voting on an incorporation
charter which will give their first



Mrs. Fuller Wins In

Golden Harvest Fund

Mrs. Stanley Fuller of St.
Joe Beach was the first winf-
ner in the weekly Golden Har-
vest Fund of the Retail Mer-
chants Division of Port St.
Joe.
Mrs. Fuller held a 20% tick-
et and was awarded $58.00.
This week's Golden Harvest
Fund is $271.00. Up to 50%
of this -fund will be given
away Saturday if the ticket
Holder is present.
The award will be made at
3:30 p.m. in front of Boyles
Department Store.


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Miss Zola Ray Becomes The Bride of

Robert Taylor, Friday, June 7

Miss Zola Ray. daughter of Mr. Taylor as best man. Immediately
,and Mrs. L. P. Ray of Port St. Joe following the ceremony a recep-
and Rboer; Taylor, son of Mr. and tion was held for the close friends
Mrs. Emmitt Dobbins of Keokuk, and relatives attending.
Iowa were united in marriage, Fri- Mrs. Taylor was a graduate of
day, June 7. at 6::20 p.m. at the the 1957 class of the Port St. Joe
home of the bride's parents. The High School and is now employed
Rev. Fred Hadley officiated at the with the Municipal Hosiptal of
double ring ceremony. The bride Port St. Joe. Mr. Taylor is sta-
chose a navy dress trimmed with tioned at Cape' San Blas.
white with which she wore white They are now at home to their
accessories. Her corsage was of friends on Fourth Street.
white rosebuds. Miss Ray chose'as -
her maid of honor and only attend- Visiting In Panama City
ant, her sister, Miss Minnie Ola Mrs. Fennon Talley and daugh-
Ray of Jacksonville. Her dress was ter, Marie are in Panama City with
of beige color with matching ac- her father Herbert Mizell, Sr.,
cessories. Jerry Dunn served Mr. while Mrs. Mizell is hospitalized.


Miss Zola Ray bride-elect of June
was feted at a shower Thursday
night at the Florida Power Lounge.
Hostesses for the occasion were,
Mrs. Eva Wesron, Mrs. Grace Dees,
Mrs. Dorene Spears., Mrs. Ruth
Spners. Mrs. Lelia Bruton. Mrs.


NEWS FROM

OAK GROVE
By JUANITA NORRIS


'- ... Miss Juanita Norris motored
Shirley Webb and Mrs. Betty Cur- ith Mrs. Eddie uervie and
with Mrs. Eddie Tubberville and
lee. Refreshments of.cup cakes and ,
soft drinks were served to the fol- daughter Marilyn, to Panama City
lowing present: Mrs. Hubert Kyser Mrs.day on buand Mrs.ShirleyWebb
Mrs. Jadine Ellis, Mrs. Virgil Res-! Mrs. Sims and Mrs. Shirley Webb
Mrs Jadine Ellis V irgil Res- motored to Panama City Friday on
ter, Mrs. June Norris, Mrs. Allie business.
Porter, Mrs. Betty Fleming, Mrs. business.
Cecil Costin, Sr., Mrs. Everett Me: Mrs. John McKenzie and children
Farland, Mrs. J. T. Campbell, Mrs.' Mike and June, motored to Panama
George Padgett, Mrs. Boncille City Friday on business.


Linebarger, 'Mrs. Betty Bracewell,
Mrs. Lonnie Bell, Mrs. L. W. Cox,
Mrs. Preston Baxter, Mrs. Junior
Glass. Mrs. J. L. Sims, Mrs. Nel-
son Gardner, Mrs. Mary Baxley
and Mrs. Idell Ray, mother of the
bride-elect.


Mr. and Mrs. Cleon Bergay and
children, returned home in Texas
Thursday after spending a few
days with the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Deese.
We are sorry to say that Mrs.
Maggie Walker is ill and in the
hospnital TTer mnnv friendly wish


Those not present but sending her a speedy recovery.
gifts were: Mrs. Connie Gay, Mrs.
Tommy Weeks, Mrs. Revell, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burns and
Barbara Mitchell', Mrs. Johnnie Ze- daughters, Carol and Mrs. Ike Hall
lichowshi, Miss Pat Spears, Mrs. and son returned home Wednes-
Nita Jolley, Mrs. Madelyn Smith, day after spending a few days in
Mrs. Buford Griffin, Mrs. W. G. Kingston, Tennessee, visiting with
Varnadore, Miss Kathryn Elliott, relatives. They also saw the Smo-
Mrs. Glynn Knight, Miss Lucille key Mountains.
Stripling, Mrs. Dorothy Levins, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burns and chil-
Mrs. Chism, Delores Chism, Mrs. dren were called to Kingston, Ten-
Cleveland Hall, Mrs. G. W. Padgett nessee Saturday due to the illness
and Miss Mavis Butts. of Mr. Burns' father.


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4-4571 COLLECT, or contact your local licensed real
estate broker. HURRY! Only a few remaining dates
open in June and July.


ATTEND! AUCTION! BID! BUY!

One of the MOST LUXURIOUS MODERN MOTELS
ON THE GULF COAST!
GOVERNOR MOTEL
On U. S. Hwy. 98 So. of Panama City at Mexico Beach
THURSDAY, JUNE 27 1:30 P.M.
15 Modern Units and Ovner's Apt. 333' Gulf Beach
Frontage

Watch for other coming Hansbrough Auctions including
Belleview Ave., Income Properties, Daytona Beach-
Store IBldg., Apartment-2 Homes- Factory Bldg.,
Railroad Siding. East Coast major Resort City, Shop-
ping Center-Apartment Motel. Major Highway Front-
age, Buildings and Lots. Northwest Florida Farms.
Terms: 20% down, balance announced.



HANSBOROUG
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Metcalf Bldg. ORLANDO Ph. 4-4571
Licensed-Bonded-Qualified In Over 30 States
502 Jefferson St.LOUISVILLE, KY. Ph.,WAbash 8856
WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE FOLDERS


WSCS HAS NEW
-MORNING CIRCLE
The organization meeting of Cir-
cle Number 4 of the Women's So-
ciety of Christian Service met in
the home of Mrs. J. L. Sharit Mon-
day of this week. There were eight
members and two visitors present.
The meeting was opened with an
inspiring devotional and prayer giv-
en by Mrs. Robert E. King.
Officers for the coming year
were elected. They were: Chair-
man, Mrs. Edwin Reamsey;; co-
chairman. Mrs. lGu, Creech: Re-
cording secretary, Mrs. Ralph
Swatts; Treasurer, Mrs. 1-I. C.
Brown: Co-treasurer, Mrs. J. L.


'Temple: Program Chairman, Mrs.
Robert E. King: Christian Social
Relations Chairman, Mrs. Wayne
Buttram; Birthday Chairman, Mrs.
Carl Stevens and Publicity, Mrs.
Burt L. Hampton.
Members pledges 'o the service
were made for the coming year and
two volunteer committees formed
to furnish and serve refreshments
to those attending Vacation Bible
School June 25 and 26.
Since Circle 4 is the only WSCS
Circle which meets in the mornings
the members would like to welcome
anyone who prefers morning meet-
ings. The meetings are from 9:30
until 10:30 the second and fourth
Monday of each month. Those in-
terested please contact any of the
above mention officers.
-9
Guests of Munns
Donald and John Munn of De
Funiak Springs were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Munn of Hunter
Circle. John, a graduate of Colo-
rado School of Mines in graduation
exercises last week, will leave
June 20 for an ROTC tour of duty
in Missouri.

Vacationing At Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garroway
and daughters, Beth, Mary Evelyn
and Charlene and Catherine are,
vacationing at their Beacon Hill
cottage. The family is now living
in Marianna.


Miss Minnie Ola Ray, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ray is visit-
ing with her parents over the week
end.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haskings
and daughter, Peggy, motored to
Donaldsonville, Georgia Saturdiay
on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley and
children spent the week end in


ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEb
Mrs. Ivey Williams of this city
announces the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of her daugh-
ter Dorothy Jean to A-20 Donald
R. Grossman, son of Mrs. Mary
Grossman of Chicago, Ill.
The wedding will be announced
at a later date.

ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev, Gardner D. Underhill
Priest In Charge
Trinity Sunday, June 16.
7:30 a.m., Celebration of the Hio-
ly Communion. 9:45 a.m., Chureb
School. 11:00 a.m., Morning Prayer
and sermon. (NOTE: Since this .e
Father's Day a Father's Day se:-
mon will be delivered.) (NOTE:'
Immediately after the service we
will have our Parish covered-dish
dinner in the Parish House. Let's
make this a Father's Day- parcy )
7:30 p.m., Evening prayer and
meeting of the Episcopal Young
Churchmen. 7:00 p.m., Evening
Prayer and sermon at St. John's
Church, Wewahitchka. You are
cordially invited to worship with
us and are assured of a warm
welcome.

Leaving On Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fensom and
daughter Judy and sons, Jim and
Chesley are expected to leave to-
day for a vacation in Rich nnd,
Va. and Washington, D. C.

Visiting Mrs. Grice
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Sisson and
daughter Sharon and Cheryel of
Middletown, Ohio are visiting with
Mrs. S. R. Grice.


Bonifay visiting with friends and -
relatives.
Miss Betty Deese is spending a Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gibson and
few days in Panama City visiting sons of Fort Rucker, Alabama are
with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deese and visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
children. Everitt McFarland for the week
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Maddox are end. Then they will leave for Ft.
spending a few days in Marianna Sill, Oklahoma, where he will be
visiting with friends and relatives, stationed.







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THE sfA~, Port St. Joe, ~ THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1967


MRS. NETTLE ANCHORS
HOSTESS TO WSCS CIRCLE 1
The first meeting of the year
for Circle 1 of the WSCS was op-
ened with the "Lord's Prayer" in
unison with eight members pres-
ent and three visitors. The visitors
were Mrs. Neva Croxton, president
of the WSCS, Mi's. Edmund 0.
Bradley, wife of the pastor and
Mrs. Charlie Parker.
The officers for the year were
selected as follows: Chairman, Mrs.
J. C. Laney. Treasurer, Mrs. 0. M.
Taylor; Secretary and publicity,
Mrs. B. E. Rawls; Program, Mrs.
Joe Grimsley; Social Service, Mrs.
Tom Pridgeon; Birthday, Mrs. S.
B. Witt; Telephone, Mrs. Nettie
Anchors; Committee on Social Ser-
vice, Mrs. Joe Grimsley, Mrs. 0.
M. Taylor and Mrs. B. E. Rawls.
,Pledge cards were signed after
which Mrs. Charles Brown gave a
very impressive meditation on
pledges followed by prayer.
The next meeting will be with
Mrs. Charles Brown on June 24.
The hostess served delicious re-
freshments. The meeting was dis.
missed with the WSCS benediction.

Visiting In Tampa
Mr. and Mrs. William Chafin are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Sadler in Tampa, for several days.






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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.

NEWS FROM
Highland View
By MARJORIE CUMBIE
PHONE BAll 7-4652
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Burke spent
m. ~3.,i~, VA/,n"


THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1957
Kylea Laird and son Kenneth of
De Funiak Springs visited Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Peterson and family ov-
er the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis and chil-
dren visited in Panama City Satur-
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cumbie,


Tuesday In Vernon..
Rev. and Mrs. Jesse Pollack of Lewis Rogers motored to Panama
Cuthbert, Ga., attended the gradua- City Saturday night.
tion of Ralph Watts. 'Bobby Whitfield is home from
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Richards and the Municipal Hospital. His .many
daughter, Donna Sue, of Gaines- friends hope him a speedy recov
ville, is spending two weeks with ery.
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cumbie and
Clark of Port St. Joe and Mr. aid Lewis Rogers attended the MYF
Mrs. T. 0. Richards. Sub-District at Honeyville Metho-
The WMU of the Highland View dist Church Tuesday night.


Baptist Cuhrch met at the church
Monday with seven members pres-
ent. Mrs. Homer Echols gave the
study on the second chapaSHRD
'study on the second chapter of
their mission book taken from
John 2:1-11. They dismissed with
prayer by Mrs. Richter.
Mr. and Mrs. J..A. Chestnut were
called to the Chipley Hospital to
visit their grandson, Wallace Lev-
ins that was critically injured in
an automobile accident. His condi-
tion has improved but is still ser-
ious. Mrs. Madeline Berry, sister
of Wallace and her two month old
son, Ron flew home from Japan,
also Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Mizelle
and Estelle of Maryland were call-
ed home to be with the Chestnuts
and Levins families.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Peake and
family of Dothan, Alabama were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. ,H.
Weeks Sunday.
The whole community is deeply
grateful to Rev. L. F. Adams and
the members of the Baptist Church
for the beautiful chimes played
each Sunday morning from the bel-
fry of the Baptist Church. They
add so much by creating a spirit
of reverence over the entire town..
Mrs. H. G. Parker and son, Dick-
ie visited in Cottondale Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Kent.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Floyd spent
last week in Jacksonville visiting
friends and relatives.
Mrs. Carl Hall and children are
visiting relatives in Blakely, Ga.,
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Daniels of
Kinard visited their daughter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McGill
and their aunt, Mrs. Earline Skip-
per, and Mrs. McGill's sister and
brothers Bobby, Billy and Lennie
Daniels.
Rve. and Mrs. T. C. Earnest had
as their guests this week, her sis-
ter and family, Mrs. Herb Boylin
of Miami.


--- ---- ---------- --


PREMI SES


U.S. GOVYT SURPLUS
( gW WATERFRONT LAND IN FLA.
*Hundreds of Lots and Small Acreage
STracts on the Shinang Gulf of Mexicp,
S Perdido Bay and the Intrastate Canal
Ready Now for Development


THURS B3BNBIB'A


RAIN
OR SHINE



Pensacola, Fla. Gulf Beach
11. A CR S Drive out Garden Street and Navy Blvd.
69.77 ACRES to Warrington, Fla. and take Florida
OFFERED AS A WHOLE highway 292 (Gulf Beach Highway) to
property. 10 miles W. of Warrington; 14
THEN SUBDIVIDED INTO miles of Pensacola city limits. Frontage
LOTS AND SMALL ACRE. on beauliful Perdido Bay, Gulf of Mexico
AGE TRACTS-GOING FOR and intrastate Canal. Gov't has deeded
WHAT THEY BRING. land for new highway through property.
OBVIOUS VALUE UNLIMITED DEVELOPMENT OPPOR-
TUNITIES GET LAND FOR PLEASURE, PROFIT and GAIN
Tour the Pensacola area, land of surging growth, and you'll see how little
beach frontage is available. Everywhere increased leisure and population
pressures are making waterfront property scarcer. Now comes the chance
to buy at auction where you set the price. Few areas'offer such a rich blend
of features for good living and a good investment. Powder-soft sand .
the placid bay clear blue water of the Gulf the frosty surf .
ultra-violet sunshine and convenience to a modern city. Fabulous fishing,
boating, skiing and all water sports will be never ending pleasures. Best in
modern, outdoor living. Build a summer home and collect rent when you
don't use it. Build a permanent home and look ahead to retirement. The
Government has deeded land for highway through property. Get land for
sale later to cottage builders, resort operators, and boating enthusiasts.
Valuable pines on most of land now. How often have you failed to acquire
property, only to watch its value increase because of natural growth and
development. You set the price. Don't miss this sale. '
EASY TERMS AND NO CLOSING COSTS
$25,000 bid Deposit Required
% /o DOWN with offer to Purchase all of
SGulf Beach, and $500 bid do.-
~-wAYM EN IT .. rh----- ------------1 A-


posit on Each, LOt or Small Acre-
age Tract.
Deposit will be subtracted
from the 20% down- payment.
Deposit money should be in
cash, money orders or cashiers
checks, made payable to Gen-
eral Services Administration.
Bid Deposit Required on 200
Acres Described Below Will Be
$7,500; Bid Deposit on Acreage
Tracts Will Be $200.


200-ACRE FORMER AUXILIARY FIELD OF U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION, PENSA-
COLA, FLA.
Located at the intersection of U.S. highway 90 and U.S. highway 90. alternate.
Offered as a whole then subdivided into acreage tracts. No concrete, per-
fect drainage, positively level and good sod. Pensacola's population has more
than tripled in the last 30 years. Every factor points to continuing growth.
This is probably the biggest tract of land available this near booming Pensa-
cola. Perfect for a subdivision; choice investment property for development
now or in the future.
ON DISPLAY
CALL, WIRE OR WRITE for Take a leisurely look at this property and
plats and illustrated bro- be at the sale. Declare a holiday; get set to
chure giving complete de- enjoy Gulf-coast fishing and countless other
tails on all this property pleasures for the rest of your life.
J.L. Todd Auction Co. of Fla. (Not inc.)
JAMES A. STRANGE, Broker Phone 3619
236-B Arcade Building Ft. Pierce, Florida


BIG DAYS JUNE 13 Thru 17 COMFORTABLY


FREE GIFT WRAPPING PAYROLL CHECKS CASHED CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY


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While they last. Most fash-
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I Mrs. Carl Raffield, Mrs. Ralph
Branch and children visited friends
in Panama City Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Raffield and
children visited over the week end
in Bonifay with her sister, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Whitaker.
Mrs. Mary Taylor and children
of Ridge Creek, Calif., spent last
week with Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Adams.
Rev. B. W. Suggs and family and
Rev. Allen Suggg are spending this
week at the Church of God camp
meeting in Tampa.
Mrs. L. S. Clark and son and Mr.
and Mrs. Merl Griffis and sons of
Bartow spent this week with Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Rentz.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes and
baby of Mobile, Ala., attended the
graduation of her brother Merl
Seawright.
ANN CROWDER G. A.'s
MEETS MONDAY
The Ann Crowder G. A. met at
the home of Margarette Patterson
at 7:80.monday. The president,
Elizabeth Butler opened the meet-
ing by reading Romans 8:32-39.
Ann Montgomery led in prayer.
Those on the program were Eli-
zabeth Butler, Ann Montgomery,
Margarette Patterson, and Mrs. E.
R. DuBose. The leader read us a
letter from Jean and Ray Crowder
and showed pictures they sent.
They were pictures of children in
Africa. The meeting was dismissed
with prayer. After the meeting re-
freshments of cokes and cookies
*were served.
Spending Summer Here
Robert Nedley is spending the
summer months here with his par-
enti, Mr. and Mrs. I. C.-Nedley.
Robert attended Florida State Uni-
versity.

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i`


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To enjoy all of summer's good things,
you've got to feel fit. Consult your
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Our prescription service is then your
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Port St. Joe, Florida
_. -- ^ -- >

TOO LATE TO.

CLASSIFY
By RUSSELL KAY

All Indications seem to point to
another record-smashing summer
tourist business for Florida. A re-


up its summer promotion program While Florida expects to get the
and reports more and more inquir- cream of the summer business off
ies developing. Atlantic Coast Line shore areas have stepped up their
also expects better Florida business advretising and publicity in the
this summer, hope of getting a goodly portion of
The South Florida Division of the Florida visitors to take side trips
American Automobile Association to such points as Cuba, Nassau,
reports unusual interest in Florida Bimini, Puerto Rico, Andros Island
travel an danticipates an eight to and Jamaica.
10 per cent increase in motor tra- British Overseas Airways and
vel to the state during_ the sum- Bahama Airways recently iniaugur.
mer months, ated direct flights from Miami to
Package vacations are becoming Andros Town in the Bahamas and
more and more popular and hotel are offering package deals to
and motel operators are cooperat- sportsmen which include air trans-
ing with transportation companies portation, accommodations at the
in providing some very attractive swank Lighthous Club from twb
deals in the form of all expense \to five days of bone-fishing, includ-
tours for various periods of from ing boat, guide and tackle'at rates
week ends to two weeks or more. ranging from $90 to $160 depneding
There are many reasons for this on the length of stay and number
interest in Florida on the part of of fishing days desired.
the summer visitor. Major oil com- But Florida's summer travel
panies have distributed millions of doesn't all come from the North.
promotion booklets and folders Each season sees more and more
telling of the advantage of Florida visitors ,from South and Central
for summer touring. American countries. Fast low rate
The Florida Development Comn- air rtansportation makes it possi-
ble for our Latin-American neigh-
hbors to visit Florida when low sum-
mer rates are in effect at hotels
PHONE and motels. -Miami and Miami
BA 7-4646 Beach have been enjoying most of
this business but now other sec-
IS FEDERAL tions oft'he state are going after
it, urging, our southern friends to
"see all of Florida."


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The disability provisions in the
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44ilt sut+ry Shows that air, rail and mission has found 1it4 summer ad-
bus- lines anticipate a substantial vertising program very effective
increase in travel to Florida as with requests for information com-
soon as schools close and summer ing from all sections of the coun-
vacationists begin to move. try developed largely through news-
iBased on advance reservations paper and magazine advertising,
and increased inquiries, National More magazine feature articles
'Airlines expects an increase over have appeared in recent months
last season of 40 per cent. Eastern describing points of interest in this
Airlines, not quite so optimistic state, most of them illustrated in
sees a probable increase of 25 per- full color. Florida attractions such
cent. Delta Airlines advances no as Silver Springs, Cypress Gardens,
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REV. ROBERT H. HARPER
CHANGELESS MAY?
THE present month is usually
known, in our part of the
world, as a time of balm and
bloom and beauty But the poee
thought of days of storm and
grief as bringing their burden in-
to the present. And he asked if,
after the stormy changes, we
should find a "changeless May"?
Days of the past sometimes
reach into the present with dread
results. The accumulation of bad
things may bring their influences
to blight you in the present. On
the calendar the past is gone for-
ever, but the heart feels the hurt
of "unworthy things and, but for
the grace of God, given by faith,
Is influenced toward wrong today.
As you sit alone with your
thought and dark images come to
vex you and tax your strength,
do not yield again to the unworthy
thing that may bring shadows to
your memories. But cling to the
bright images that you find along
the way. In true penitence and the
high resolves of faith, you may
find strength for your time of need.
So you may find a changeless
May and a peace that is unaffect
ed by all changes of weather.


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ea- LEGAL AD'/ERTISING
en NOTICE TO RESIDENTS OF
da HIGHLAND VIEW, FLORIDA
an NOTICE is hereby given that a
ew referendum election will be held
on Tuesday, June 18, 1957, pursuant
to an act. of the 1957 Legislature
entitled, "An act to create a Muni-
cipality to be known as the City of
Highland View in Gulf County,
Florida, etc." The Question to be
voted on is for the APPROVAL or
REJECTION of said act.
The Election will be held in the
Highland View School Auditorium,
with the polls opening at 7:00
o'clock AM and closing at 7:00 o'-
clock PM.
Only those people that are qpal-
ified to vote in state and county
elections in Gulf County and who
reside in the proposed geographical
boundaries will be eligible to vote,
to-wit:
Begin at the point of intersee.
tion of the East Line of Section
26, T7S, R11W and the center
line of the Gulf County Canal
and extend a meander line
Southwesterly along the cen-
terline of the Gulf County Canal
to a point 1000 feet West of the
point of intersection of the said
centerline of the Gulf County
Canal and the Eastern shoreline
of St. Joseph Bay extended then
turn right and extend a line
Northwesterly parallel to the
Eastern Shoreline of St. Joseph
Bay to a point of intersection
with the North line of Section
27, T7S, R11W extended 1000
feet into St. Joseph Bay from
the Eastern Shoreline of said
Bay; then turn right and extend
a line Easterly along the extend-
ed North line of said Section 27
to the Northeast corner of Sec-
tion 26, T7S, R11W; then turn
right and extend a line Souther-
ly along the East line of said,
Section 26 to a point of inter-
section with the centerline of
the Gulf County Canal at the
point of beginning. The area
described above contains frac-
tional section 26, 27 and a small
part of the Northwestern quar-
(ter of fractional Section 35, T7S,
iR 1W, Gulf County, Florida.
The Election Inspection Board
'appointed to conduct said Election
is as follows: Clerk: Margaret G.
lAdams;. Inspectors; John R. Hew-
'ett Alma M. Lairmore; T. 0. Rich-
ards.
Board County Commissioners
Gulf County, Florida.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core J. C. Price
Clerk Circuit Court Chairman

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John V. Carey, district bAniager of
the Panama City Social Security
office, said today. With this change
in the Social Security Law insur-
ance protection that has been in
effect for years. As a requirement
for disability consideration every
individual is referred to the State
Vocational Rehabilitation office.
The insurance protection feature


continues as long as the individual
remains completely disabled, Carey
continued. However, if the second
purpose, rehabilitation, is accomp-
lished, of course, the disability in-
surance protection feature is ended.
An individual who had been draw-
ing disability insurance benefits
would stop those benefits after he
had been rehabilitated and was
again able to earn a living. An in-
dividual under the age of 50 who


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FPd,


had his social security record fro-
zen because of complete disability
would no longer be entitled to the
freeze of his account at the point
of time that he had been rehabilitat-
ed and could begin earning a living.
The Florida State Vocational Re-
habilitation Agency in Tall'ahassee,
is solely responsible for the reha-
bilitation process, Carey added. So-
cial Security offices refer all dis-
ability applicants to the rehabilita-
tion agency as part of the disabili-
ty application process but all ar-
rangements for possible rehabilita-
tion are worked out between the
State Agency and the individual.
Individuals who have been com-
pletely disabled six months or lon-
ger and who have at least five full


years of Social Security employ-
ment credits should contact their
nearest social security office for
disability consideration if they have
not already done so, Carey con-
cluded. The office for this area is
located at 522 Mercer Avenue, Pan-
ama City.

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The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida met
this date in special session with
the following members present: J.
C. Price, Chairman, E. 0C. Harden,,
Sr. George W. Cooper, A. J. Strick-
land and G. S. Croxton. The Clerk,
.Sheriff, Attorney, Road Supt.. were
also present; The meeting came
to order at 10 o'Clock A. M.
Pursuant to notice published ac-
cording to law, the following bids
were received, opened and consid-
ered, to-wit:
Albritton-Williams of Quincy,
iQuincy, Florida. $45,914.00 43,303.
00.
Albritton-Williams, Inc. Tallahas-
see, Florida. $47,856.00 45,914.00.
Padget Construction Co. $49,
278.00 $45,000.00.
A. M. Williams & Sons.Panama
City, Florida.$45,495.00 $44,111.00.
Jack Culpepper Tallahassee Flo-
rida. $46,487.00. $44.192.00.
Clover Const. Co. Inc. Tallahassee,
Florida. $44,951.00, $42,964.00.
J. I. Lark Panama City. Florida.
(less $100.00 if awarded both jobs)
$44,676.00, $42,826,00.
E. F. Gunn Const. Co. Port St.
Joe, 'Florida. $46,840.00, $43,813.00.
Robert A. Flemming Panama
City, Florida. $47,287.00, $45,320.00.
Mr. Artha W. Forehand, Super
visor, Hospital Construction Sec-
tion, Florida Development Commis-
sion being present, represenlng
the Florida Developement Commis-
sion and the U. S. Department of
Pilblic Health Service, informed
the Board that the low bid of $87,
402.00 for the construction of both
Health Centers, as submitted bgy
J. I. Lark, Panama City, Florida
was an excess of the amount avai-
lable in theapproved application,
said amounts : : i ; 00.00 for
the Port St. Joe Health Center and
$30,700.00 for the Wewahitchka
Health Center ; the approved
amounts being $17,600.short of the
low bid, plus additional Architect's
fees on the -I :1110; that if the


Board wanted to accepttlb low bid bill foi i 5% of the total Afiint
of i..n.' I" it will be necessary due him under his contract with
for the Board to put up its share of the Board, the same being: For
the additional money. LPort St. Joe Health Center $2,010.4,2


and for the Wewahitchka Health
Center $1,929.17-$3,937..59. Upon
motion of Comm. Harden, seconded
by Comm. Strickland and unani-
'mously carried, said bill was or-
dered paid.
There being no further business
to come before the Board the meet-
ing did then adjourn.
ArTEST:
George Y. Core J. C. Price
Clerk Chairman


After lengthy discussion there was
a motion by Comm. Hardin, Secon-
ded by Comm, Cooper and upon
vote was unanimously carried, that
the low bid submitted by J. I, Lork
in the amount of $87,402.00 be
tentatively accepted, subject to ap-
proval of the U. S. Department of
Public Health Service and the
securing of the additional funds
and that a contract be executed for
said projects as soon as the ap-
proval is obtained from the U. S.
Public Health Service.
The Board directed the Clerk to
go to Tallahassee, and file an ap-
plication with the Florida Devel-
opment Commission, Agent for
the U. S. public Health Service
for additional funds and to make
the necessary budget amendments.
E. C. Harden, Sr., proposed the
adoption of Resolution to hold re-
ferendum election to incorporate
Highland View to be held on Tues-
day, June 18, 1957.
Resolution was adopted to issue
one Additional Certificate in the
amount of $10,000.00 for Gulf Coun-
ty Health Centers.
The Clerk advised the Board, that
in order to comply with the budget
laws of the State of Florida, it will
be necessary for this LBoard to
adopt a supplemental budget for
a fund to be entitled, "Health Cen-
ter Construction Fund" and that
all expenditures in connection with
the construction of the two Health
Centers be payable from said fund
and not from the Capital Outlay
Reserve Fund as previously plan-
ned. After consideration, there was
a motion by Comm. Harden, sec-
onded by Comm. Strickland and
unanimously carried, that the Coun-
ty advertise its intentions of adopt-
ing a Supplemental budget for the
"Health Center Construction Fund"
for the fiscal year ending Septem-
ber 30. 1957., the public hearing on
said budget will be held at the reg-
ular meeting in July, 1957, the
same being July 9, 1957.
Thomnas HT. Daniel, Architect for
the Health Centers, presented his


paftment, that 11n action will be
taken by the department at this
time to close the Customs port
of Carrabelle.
In contacting the Bureau of Cus-
toms, Sikes urged that Carabelle
be continued as an open port and
he has expressed his gratification
that the bureau has agreed to go
along with his request.


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tNiURSDAY,- JUNE i3,1957


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


STATF


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From where im sittin'...Ly Joe Marsh


Average Americans

The youngsters at high school "Average American" d o i n g
are planning a bus trip to Wash- everything from far;nin' to fly-
ington, D. C. Seems they are go- in' with everything from
ing to have a look at more than steak to stew for his favorite
the nation's capital; they are dish everything from beer
going to see how people live in to buttermilk, for his favorite
the different places they pass beverage. And the more we
through. As I remember, a trip study our differences the more
out of the county was something we learn how alike everyone is
we just dreamed about when we underneath. We all want to
-were younger. We knew every- make up our own mind about
body in town by name and what we like or don't like, and
thought people from out of town not try to make the other fel-
were different, low's mind up for him.
From where I'm sitting it *-
doesn't hurt us adults to get out
and see how the rest of the
country lives. We'd find the
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LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR
SHOULD HIGHLAND VIEW
BE INCORPORATED?
What would be the advantages
of incorporating? In answering this
question, one would probably say,
we would have better police protec-
tion, we could get more paved
streets, maybe a sewerage system,
garbage collection and a water sys-
tem. Yes, those benefits, in a mea-
sure usually in time follows an
incorporation, but my, at what ex-
pense!
It is estimated to get a sewer-
age system, including a disposal
plant which would be necessary,
put in a water system and pave the
unpaved streets, it would cost a
half million dollars. Who will pay
for it? Not the property owners
because the charter limits taxation
of real estate to one mill which is
trivial. Everybody will pay for it;
the property owners and the non-
property owners. If there are 100
families in Highland View, and if
they remained in Highland View,


PT Sun., Mon., Tues.
Junel16, 17, 18


it would cost. each fairly approxi-
mately $5,000.00 to get those bene-
fits, and how would you pay for
it? You would pay for It by the
day, week and month, so much to
connect up with the water and sew-
erage systems, so much each month
for the use of them, and a tax on
top of that. The cost would be lim-
ited only by the amount required
to retire bonds floated to put in
these improvements. If the indebt
edness amounted to $5,000.00 a famn
ilv and runs over a period of 20
years, with principal and interest
it would cost each family about
$400.00 per year to get those bene-
fits. You could probably say that
you don't want to do so. Don't be-
lieve this for a minute. There are
ways they can force you to pay it
or make it mighty uncomfortable.
In Port St. Joe, recently, the City.
Commission decided the lots in the
city were not clean enough .to suit
them. Without asking the people
they imposed a law requiring the
people to clean up to suit the city
commission's idea of cleanliness, or
go to jail. That can happen to you.
That reminds me, too, if Highland
View incorporates, the town will


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Bristol not aty of the rest of theini tiafi they would be if their necks
have to build: a jail as well as a
City Hall. That isn't included in are incorporated. They won't allow were caught in the noose of a mu-
the $500,000.00. Wha's going to it. The county prides itself in not nicipal charter.
.pay for that? Not the property having an incorporated city or A CITIZEN
owners as a lot of people-would town. The smooth talk of politi- of Highland View .
think, the, people, all o fthe peo- clans, who have an axe to grind, -
ple, will be paying for it. It is es- is unavailing when they try to im- Leaving For Virginia
timated that if the town were in. pose municipal charters on those Leaving Thursday for Ports-
corporated, to get the conveniences people. They are aware of the mouth, Va., were Mr. and Mrs. F li:
and improvements, normally flow- evils, burdens adn obligations of. Parish and Mrs. Parish's mother,
ing to a city or town, would cost a municipality and don't want any Mrs. Chris Martin. They will be
every family $33.00 each per of it. They may not be completely the guests of Mrs. Martin's other
month. Can you afford it? What, happy in their present state, but daughter, Mrs. George Zeiglbr and
with- an uncertain economical fu- know that they feel much happier Mr. Zeigler and children.
ture, would it be wise to obligate
ourselves to that, extent to get
these improvements, part or most CmN t. h
of which we aire now enjoying O nn n
without that extra expense? C *
Then, what are some of the dis- -.
advantages to incorporation?
First, I would say the prohibi-
tive expense. It would be costly to
live in Highland View. Having to
pay about $33.00 per month for
those improvements ,mentioned,
plus the cost of running the town,
the cost of a City Hall and a jail,
would not make the town a desir-
able place to live. Rents no doubt .
would go up too, so in the end the "
working-man, the tenant, would .. -
paying the lion's share of the ex-
pense incident to the operation of
the municipality.
Secondly, another disadvantage,
is that the free service we are
now getting from the county will
be discontinued for we will be on
our own then. Right now the com- .
munity gets a great deal from the
County. The streets were built by
the county and are maintained by ;
it. We get free police protection .
and we don't have policemen look-
ing down our throats all of the
time. We get many other good ser-
vices. from the county which will
be discontinued if the community
is incorporated.
Thirdly, another, disadvantage,
would be another set of laws we .
would have to obey. The country ... '"
is "lawed to death" now. We violate
laws every day that we don't know -
exist. Giving another group of men "Ag
power to make another set of laws
to impose upon us would be some
more regimentation which is un-
to make life more complicated and
uncomfortable.
There is a county North of us
called Liberty. Bristol, larger than
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FOR SALE: Nice two bedroom 'or 7-2041. tfc-5-30
house on 90 foot lot in good sec-
tion of Oak Grove. Well construct- FOR SALE: Lots at White City,
ed. Oak floors. Deep well. Priced house on Woodward and house
to sell for $7,000.00. on 10th Street.
FOR SALE: A well estalbished cafe n E TOM PRIDGEON
on Aeid Ave. Owner must sell be- Real Estate & Insurance
cause of health. You can buy this BAll 7-7741 411 ReId Ave.
going business for only $3,000 down
and balance on easy terms. 3t5-30 FOR SALE: Legal ruled pads, on-
FOR SA4E: Very nice two bed- ionskin, second sheets, scratch pads
room house with breezeway and mimeograph paper, typewriter and
garage. Is presently financed at adding machine -,bbons. Man- oth.
very favorable interest rate. Can er supplies. THE STAR Phone
sell equity for about $2,800. No red 7 3161 fo1 delivery.
tape. -.. -
FRANK HANNON FOR SALE: Alteration tags and
Registered Real Estate Broker FSale price tags. Call 7-3161. The
Phone 7-3491 211 Reid Ave. Star.
Port St. Joe, Fla. FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. Com-
pletely furnished. Call BAll 7-
FOR SALE; House in Oak Grove. 7046. W. J. Yeager. ltp
022 Madison Street. $1500. 2tp
_r.__ FOR SALE: Used automatic wash-
FOR SALE: Beautiful building lot er. Thoroughly reconditioned. $60
See E. C. Wimberly, phone 7-5261 Phone 7-794-1. 2tp


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SM e T Staying At The Beach Arrive For Visit
ACS Mem ers To ,Rev. and Mrs. Gardner Underhill Arriving Sunday from Augusta,
Serve As Hostesses and daughter Donna Raye are oc- Ga., were Sgt. and Mrs. Ralph
Serve As Hostesses9 cupying the Fensom cottage at the Plair and children Michael and Di-
Sthe American beach for this month. ane for a visit with Sgt. Plair's
Representatives of the American parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Plair
Cancer Society who will serve as To Enter Hospital and Mrs. Plair's parents, Mr. and
hostesses at the grand-opening of Monday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. J. Clements.
the new IGA Super Market next Jesse Stone will leave for Birming- .'.
Thursday will be Mrs. George Tap- ham, Alabama where Mrs. Stone Return From Birmingham
per, Mrs. Joe Hendrix. Mrs. Wayne will enter the hospital to undergo Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wilder and
Hendrix, Mrs. Nita Houston, Mrs. surgery Mr. Stone will return e
W. F. Wager, Mrs. S. R. Stone, Mfg. surgery: Mr. Stone will return daughter Patsy returned from Bir-
W. L. Sharit, Mrs. Sarah Logane, M next Sunday but Mrs. Stone, will mingham Tuesday. They were in
ney, Mrs. M. W. Keibler, Mrs W. remaining Birmingham for four to Sewanee, Tenn., the first of the
0. Anderson, Mrs. J. R. Smith, Mrs. ______six weeks. week and brought back their son
Tom Coldewey, Mrs. Bob Fox, Mrs. acationin n Georia alter who is a student at The
Dave Maddox, Mrs. R. D. Prows, Vacationing In Georgia University of the South.
Dave Maddox, Mrs. R. D. rows, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Roberts and v -r o
Mrs. Will I. Ramsey, Mrs. W. E. daughter, Linda are spending a va- Attend Graduation
Thursday, Mrs. W. W. Cowden, cation in Bainbridge, Macon and
Mrs. Wesley Grace, Mrs. Bob King, other points in Georgia and Ala- Mr. and Mrs. Franklin C. Hill
Mrs. Ben Dickens, Mrs. D. Brig- bama visiting with friends and and daughter Brenda of Tallahas-
man, Mrs. Joe Ferrell and Mrs. relatives. Accompanying them was see attended the graduation exer-
Roy Gibson, Jr. Mr. Roberts' mother, Mrs. Ben cises of Blair Shuford. Mr. Hill is
ertn osn't cost, PAYS Roberts of Altha. the brother of Mrs. S. B. Shuford.
advertising doesn't eoat. It PAYS!


FOR SALE: Large automatic wrin,
ger type washing machine with
double tubs on legs. Call 7-9876 for
information.
FOR RENT: Small furnished apart-
ment. Electricity and water fur-
nished. $50 per month. Adults only.
Apply Mrs. Charles Brown. Phone
7-4511. 305 6th St.
FOR RENT: Nice 3-bedroom house
Phone 7-5681. 2tp
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished apartments
Cool in summer, warm in winter.
Window fans, gas heat. They have
to be seen to be appreciated, Wim-
ico Lodge, White City, Phone 9-4083.
tfc-2-21
FOR RENT: Vacant four room
house with back and front porch.
and water pump. $35.00. Mrs. Ben
Dickens, Sr., Phone 7-5421. tfc-5-23
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom, 2 bath un-
furnished house. Kitchen equip-
per with stove and refrigerator.
At St. Joe Beach. Call 7-5065. c-6-20
WANTED: Housekeeper for elder-
ly couple in Panama City. Waite
box 604, Springfield Station, Pai.
ama City. 2tp
FRENCH COURSES at night. Of-
fered during the summer. Phone
for information and registration.
Phone 7-3541.
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
LOST, STRAYED or STOLEN:
from city boat landing, a 14-ft.
plywood boat. Bottom is dark and
sides white scalloped. Has 12 hp.
Elto motor. If found notify J. D
Clark, phone 7-7771 or 7-9311 ani
receive reward. 2tc
SUMMER PIANO LESSONS: Be-
ginning June 10. Half hour les-
sons, 75c. Call Barbara Mitchell
BAll 7-7656. 2tp
FOR RENT: 7-room house, corner
Oak Grove and 2nd St., Wewahitch-
ka. See Mrs. T. H. Roberts. 2tp
SPECIAL SERVICES
OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
Jhone 7-7846. Outboard motors re-
-maired, also.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfc-5-2
ELECTRIC ;RONS repaired. Work
guaranteed. Quick dependable
service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave


NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY the
World Book Encyclopedia. Thru
the vacation months let our won-
derful plan stimulate interest and
promote better grades in school.
World books are used by more
schools than any other Encyclo-
pedia. If interested call your rep-
resentative, Mrs. B. E. Rawls, at
phone 7-4711. 2tp
Keys Made'While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PART
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
PANA-CRAFT BOATS
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Reel Parts and Repairs
"TADE US that useless article for
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LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other'
Monday,
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren invited.
C. W. LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.

EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.
ROY L. BUROH, Secty.
All Master Masons cordially invited
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
Ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 5.6, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddle,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
F YOU ARE INTERESTED In say-
vou need in your home. STOP and
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SWAP SHOP.


In New York On Vacation Mr. and. Mrs. George Ward of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lamar Miller Mobile, Ala., attended the gradua-
and daughter Ann are in New York tion exercises of their niece, Bobble
City for a vacation touring sights Ward from Port St. Joe High
of interest. School last Friday night.




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