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VOLUME XX SlaIle coW ob ORT-ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1975 NUMBER 40
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Can you imagine C. W. Long
humming, "Teach Me To Love?"
We had a little visit with C. W.
Monday trying our best to sell him
some advertising space and while
C. W. was going about his chores
he was humming "Teach Me To
Love"-and on key too.
We've found a good use for walk-
They're good for catching fis'i.
I got a pair for father's day (I
would rather of had something else)
and I wore them fishing the other
day and never had sudh good luck
in my life.
It's a funny thing how I got those
things too. I was making fun of
Jesse Stone for wearing his to
work (mistakenly thinking that a
glimpse of his skinny legs would
automatically sell the things) and
the little woman was having her
ear bended by me in fy mun-
She avowed they were cuta.
I avowed I wouldn't be caught
dead in them.
So, needless to say I got a pa.r
for father's day.
I wore them once-fishing.
T time I wear them it wIll
be ahing if it will guarantee
luck every time.
The cow has squawked.
The county and the city has been
taking advantage of a good thing
and taking in a good portion of
their tax revenue from the St. Joe
They have finally complained,
which brings to mind that maybe
we are overdoing a good thing.
We feel that they should pay
their fair. share of taxes ma the
county, but they and no one else
should pay more than their share
just because they are financially
ablo to do so.
We have heard talk about how
the paper company is on the tax
rolls for one tenth of its value
while other business establishments
in the county are on for as high as
one third of their value.
As a little experiment, I would
likp for someone to try to buy any
business or building in the county
f~' three times what it is listed on
the county ta rolls. We don't ima-
gie a one would change hands.
And probably not too many would
sell even if offered 10 times what
they are listed on the tax rolls for.
We don't believe anyone, no mat-
ter who they are, should pay more
than their just share, nor do we
think anybody should get 'by with-
out paying what he should. -
We see where the Yankees had
to quit trying to push through rtle
so-called civil rights bill with its
un-civil rights clauses to down a
racial riot in their back yard.
Maybe the reason the Yankees
are trying to force itegtratioa on.
the South is that they are having
so much fun with these riots that
they can't abide to see thilir Rebel
cousins miss out on the party.
Frankly, if we wanted intergra-
tion with Negroes or any other
race or sect, we would move to
where this was practiced and be
perifecly happy. As it is we will
stay where things are just as we'
like it and holler for everyone that
don't live here to leave us alone
and mind their own business .
PVT. DENNIS C. TILLER
ASSIGNED TO "D" COMPANY
FORT JACKSON, S. C.-Private
Dennis C. Tiller, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hunter Tiller, 219 Avenue B.,
has been assigned to "D" Company,
3rd Battalion, 1st Training Regi-
ment for eight weeks of basic in-
-During the next eight weeks he
will be learning the fundamentals
of being an infantry soldier. This
includes classroom lectures in such
subjects as military courtesy, first
aid, map reading and personal hy-
giene. He will also learn to fire the-
M-1 rifle on several ranges.
Miss Valeria Roberts, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Roberts-of
Monument Avenue of Valdosta, Ga.
spent the week end here with her
parents. Miss Roberts is attending
the Georgia Business Institute. Her
sister, Miss Gall Roberts returned
to Valdosta with her and will re-
turn the latter part of the week,
F. E. Trammell Quits
Of Gulf County Pesi
Paying Taxes Too
Last week The Star carried a
news story about taxes in Gulf
County and the protests filed at
the hearing of the County Com-
missioners annual Tax Equaliza-
tion Board hearing there was a
quote from Harry H. Saunders to
the fact that only Ward Clinic
was the only doctor listed on the
County tax rolls.
Of course this brought a howl
from the other doctors in the
Just for the record, the doctors
in the County are all on the new
,Mr. Saunders was quoting from
last year's lists at which time
the situation existed as he stated.
Timothy Elder To
Graduate From U. of F.
GAINESVILLE Five hundred
thirty five candidates have applied-
for degrees to be conferred during
summer commencement ceremonies;
at 'the University of Florida Au-
The exercises are scheduled for
the Florida Gymnasium at 8 p.m.
with Dr. J. Ollie Edmunds, presi-
dent of Stetson Unviersity, deliv-
ering the commencement aluress.
Presiding will be Dr. J. Wayne
Reitz, president of the University
Applications for degrees includ-y3
281 bachelors degrees; 220 master'.'
degrees, five bachelors of- law, five
door of education degrees, five
specialist in education degrees aqd
1.. doctor of philosophy dpgTeas.
Along LimOWS r&uvitiu dteltm-&-
Will le Mo.nroe Thiothy Elder, so n
of MTIT. ap4 Mrs. M. HI. Elder of this
pty w1v will receive his BA de-
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GO TO HINURCH SUNDAY
New American Legion
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SPost As Director
t Control District
Will Work Full Time
As County Sanitarian St r s -
F. E. Trammell this week asked
for his release as director for tea
Gulf County Insect Control Pro-
Trammell asked that a replace-.
ment be found for him in this capa-
city by September 1.
iHe gave as his reason for resign-
ing that he wanted to devote all
'his time to his duties as sanitation,
officer for the county. Trammell
said his association with the coun-
ty as head of the Pest Control Pro
gram had beenL a pleasure but that
both his duties in this Program
and as Sanitarian were -Lcomin,
too much for one man to handle.
Trammell assumed the leadership
of the Pest Control Program five
years ago when the program was
first inaugurated in GuI County.
Since that time, the program hasr
grown to encompass county-wide
sanitary land-fill garbage disposal
service and an increased program
of permanent control over mosqui-
toes and other insects.
Tallahassee Ball Players
Feted By St. Joe Group
The Little Boy's League of Port
St. Joe was host to members of the
Northside All Star Team of Talla- LITTLE BOY'S BASEBALL ALLS
hassee. their managers and patents pictured above. They are, from
at a supper at the beach cottage of som, Joe Whaley, Blaine Tharpe
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fensom follow- tars, Tony Maleg, Eugene Grifft
ing their ball game here last week. pictured above are, Harold Kee
Serving were Mrs. Fensom, Mrs,
Henry Maige, Mrs. Buck Griiffin Mrs. Milibourne smith
and Mrs. William Whaley. M lO e mit
Approximately fifty guests at- Wins Harvest Fund
tended the supper which consisted[
of hot dogs, watermelon and iced At last a winner
Mps. Milboupne Smith became
Returns Frorm Va. the first winner in the weekly
Mrs. Chrris Martin has returned Golden Harvest round. he. re-
to her home after spending a month celved $196.00 on q 44% ticket,
with her daughter and son-inalw, I The drawing this week will be
Mr. and Mrs. George Zeigler a14 held at the Modern Furniture
familyy i1. PorLsmouth, Va. She also C.,, with the jackpot now set at
visited with her uncles, Mr. and $ 329,00
Mrs. Be Van Horn an4 g. E. Van "
Horn in Richmond, Va. Returns From Africa
Sgt. Pi4ter has just returned
From TDY duty for 60 days in At-
and Auxiliary Officers rica. Mrs. Pinter will be remem-
bered as Miss bEmily Dykes of this
Visitors From Milton
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hinote of
Milton are visiting with their sons
and daughter; Mr. and Mr-s. Harold
Hinote, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hinoate
and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lyosa.
ys Baseball Tournament
;re This Afternoon At 5:00
STARS who will represent Port St. Joe in the State Tournament are
a left to right, back row, Ronnie Tharpe, Robert Sewell, Chesley FPo-
e, and George Boyer. Front row, left to right, Manager Bueky Wal-
in, Harold Kirkland, Tommy Williams and Clifford Wim'berly. Not
els, Douglas Hallman, Sonny Eells, Ealie Evans and Hubert Gardner.
R. H. 'Bob' Elizey First To Qualify For
September City Commission Race
Pay l First Qualifying her, there has been no qualifying
Fee 'follcted Ay City fees for candidates.
--. The it-,' charter provides that
R. H:- "Bob" Ellzey became the the registration books in the city
first qualifying candidate for the will be open on August 21 to regis-
upcoming city elections to be held ster voters for the coming, elections.
Sonr September 10. Elizey qualified The books will remain open until
to run in Group Number One, the 10 days prior to the election, or
position now held by Clifford September 1. Those eligible for re-
Thg .pe, gistering to vote in city elections
Ellzey set a precedent among must have lived in the state and
Commission candidates Wednesday county for one year and in the city
when he qualified ,by being the first for six months and be at least 21
candidate to pay a qualifying fee. years of age.
During the last session of the le- Coming up for election this year
igialakture, a local bill was sent will be the office of Mayor-Commis-
through by Representative Cecil sioner and Commissioners from
G, Costin requiring all candidates Groups One and Three now occu-
for Port St. Joe municipal offices pied by Clifford Tharpe and Wa-t
to pay a qualifying fee. Up until son Smith. So far, only Ellzev has
-the election scheduled for Septem- qualified for any of the positions.
County Picks List of Names To Fill Jury Box
PICTURED ABOVE are the new American Legion Auxiliary officers
installed recently. They are, left to right, Ellen Kirkland, historian;
Verna Smith, treasurer; Louise Beard, chaplain; Cristine Thursbay,
secretary; Elise Rogers, vice. president; Nadine Hardy, president;
Franecs Henley, sgt.-at-arms, and Alice Ferguson, district president
and installing officer., (Star photo)
NEW LEGION OFFICERS Installed recently at the Legion Hall are
pictured above. They are, left to right, Albert Lupton, stand-in;
Bill Smith, Sgt.-at-Arms; Arthur Lupton, stand-in; W. P. Comfort-
er, vice-commander and service officer; Leonard Belin, historian;
Carl Zimmerman, adjutant; L. B. Thursday, stand-in; R. H. 'Bob'
Ellzey, commander and-V. A. Demort, district commander and in-
stalling officer, (Star' photo)
The County Commistson, in its
annual practice has Bicked the fol-
lowing names to go into the jury
box of the county for a year. The
names are listed by voting pracilnct.
so that you' can easily find your
name if you have been placed in
PRECINCT NO. 1
James G. Alford, James L. Bate-
man Haywood Borders, Henry L.
Bozeman, Jr., Clyde F. Brogdon,
Rudy Gaskin, Sr., Willie Griffin,
Jr., ames C. Hanlon, John E. Hill,
S. L. Hughes, Max W. Kilbourn,
Lavender L. Lanier, Jr., Alvin L.
McGlon, Durwood L. Owens, Jr,
Thomas H. Roberts, Thomas N
Smith, Thomas G. Starling, Roy
Suber, Lindsay Wade, T. D. Whit-
field, Jerald D. Atwell, Ross D.
Black, Boyd Borders, Samuel L.
Britt Robert G. Brown, William E.
Gilbert, Thomas E. Grinslade, Arley
T. Hartley, Harrell E. Holloway,
Thomas J. Husband, Cubie R. Laird,
William C. Lindsey, Robert B. Na-
tion, James F. Rish, Jr., Hugh H.
Semmes, Felton B. Smith, Ross E.
Stripling. Ernest A. Summer, Jo,
seph E. Weeks, Jr., Alford L. Whit-
field, Edward A. Bandjough, Wood-
row Blackman, Grady Booth, Mar-
lin G. Brock, Richard E. Davis, Ce-
cil E. Glass, Elmer T. Hall, Fred
M1. Hawkins, Leland D. Hughes,
George E. Jones dgar T. Lanier,
Carl E. McClamnma, D. L. Owens,
Roy P. Rish, Sr., William H. Shir-
ley, Mitchell Smith, Woodrow H.
Stokes, Roy E. Taylor, John Milton
PRECINCT NO. 2
George Armstrong, William E.
Branch, Shelby B. Brown, Otis Da-
vis, Carl D. Dean, Jonnie Fortner,
Jr., Otis N. Griffin, Walter K. Hen-
drix, Robert T. Keith, Silas W.
Meredith, Milton H. Parramore,
John H, Pridgeon, Quelnton M.
Shavers, Leroy Stephens, Ernest E. Armstrong, Leroy Bowdoin, Wil- merman.
K. Whitfield, Travis 0. Wiley, Al- liam V. Burke, James V. Canning- PRECINCT NO. 9
bert T. Blackburn Dewitt T. Brid- ton, Otto Collinsworth, John A. Da- W11lam J. Adams, Barney Also-
ges, Carrdll T. Brown, Andrew L. dy, Jeff P. Duval, Joseph N Gar- brook, Norman J. Allemore, Ferrell
Davis, Thomas B. Duke, James A. rett, Novel E. Gore, Harold D. O. Allen, George M. Anchors, Sid-
Glenn, Paul W. Groom, Lloyd J. Helms, Madison B. Kennington, J. ney J. Anchors, Victor R. Ander-
Husband, Harvey D. Kemp, Charles C. McArdle, Hubert A. Matthews, son, C. L. Armstrong, Earl D. At-
W. Norton, Jr., Marvin W. Pits, John D. Odom, Robert E. Peak, chiton, W. L. Barrier, S. L. Barke,
Rorest A. Revell, Ottis C. Skipper, Herman J. Marshall, Carlos W. A. V. Bateman, Robert B. Baxley,
Osborne N. Thomasson, Cary L Miles, Robert Lee Raffield, Clyde Charles F. Beard, ohn E. Beasley,
Whitfield, Robert A. Woll, Freddie W. Rich, Homer A. Smith, John H. Jr., Clelan L. Belin, Theodore R.
M. Branch, William F. Britt, Jar- Story, Lee R. Watts, Ted L. Whit- Bishop, Lawrence S. Bissett, Paul
rott C. Daniels, Ralph R. Davis, field, L. Wood. J. Blounat Eugene W. Bradley, T. J.
George J. Estridge, Lester L. Gort- PRECINCT NO. 6 Braxton, Durel Brigman, Martin L.
man, Buell H. Harper, John W. Ernest L. Antley, Edward H. Britt, r., Sidney R. Brown, Roy
Jones, Claude E. Lister Joe E. Brooks Lewis W. Cordell, Ralph Burch, Wayne M. Buttram, Sr., Ber-
Poole, Robert C. Rish, Tommie J. M. Dupree, Billy G. Harper, Allen nard Buzzett, W. I. Carden, W. M.
Starling, Tommy Turner, Thomas R. LeGrone, James W. Beauchamp, Chafin, Franklin W. Chandler, J.
0. Williams. Leroy Causey, Robert L. Daniels, E. Chason, Willisont L. Chason,
PRECINCT NO. 4 Sam W. Edwards, Raymond T. Rush Chism, William W. Cowden,
LRobert E. Bishop, Carl A. Guil- Hightower, James M. Martin, Paul James A. Cox, Robert L. Creamer,
ford, Richard H. Herring, Lee A. E. Bratcher, Charley F. Causey, Ro- Kenneth A. Creech, Roy Crews, J.
Williams, Arthur H. Cook, Quincy bert Davis, William F. Faircloth, C. Culpepper, J. F. Danlell, J. D.
L. Hardy, Thomas J. Kinard, James James C. Horron, Warren E. Pare- Davis, Fred L. Davis, John L. Daw-
R. Guilford. Roland B. Hardy, Gra- seau, John H. Pope, Charley W. kins, Richard T. Dawson, Lawson
dy McDaniel. Sapp, John Y. Wimberly, Paul Pul- M. Denton, John Calvin Dickey, Jo-
PRECINCT NO. 5 lum, Robert L. Smith, Jim Roberts, seph Dowd, Arris B. DuBose, I. W,
Gordon Adams, Hurbert E. Ad- Carl M.-Stevens. Duren, Homer L. Echols, Edward
kins, Henry F. Ayers, Jerome L. PRECINCT NO. 7 L. Eells, Benjamin N. Elder, Robert
Bracewell, Washington J. Burke, Joe B. BTen, Jack Oraft, Bud H. Ellzey, P. B. Fairley, Paul S.
James A. Chestnut, Clayton L. Co- Crain, Sam J. Demis, William B. Fensom, W. J. Ferrell, Clyde A.
ker, Floyd G. Davis, Archie D. Holland, W. 0, Howard, Sam M. Fite, Wilbur G. Fowler, Andrew J.
Floyd, James W. Gibson, James G. Graves, Jr., Jim Harrison, Clarence Fowler, Moulton A. Freeman, Roy
Godwin, Harvey F. Ivey, Cariel D. L. Johnson David F. Mims, Clarence C. Garrett, C. F. Gautreaux, J* H.
Levens. Herman J. Marshall, Car- Paul, Kenneth R. Roberts, Roy C. Geddie, C. L. Gibson, Charles S.
los W. Miles, Donald H. Parker, Tharpe. Gill, Leon J. Gilley, Elmore M. God-
Clynton C. Peterson, Jeff C. Mar- PRECINCT NO. 8 .frey, Fred M. Grant, George E.
tin, Hhoden Presnell, George W. G. C. Adkins, Thomas G. Also- Grant, Wesley L. Grace, E. F. Gunn,
Ramsey, Emory L. Robertson, L. M. brook, Capers Allen, D. C. Arnett, Bert L. Hall, Gordon S. Hallmark.
Somerset, Peter G. Strange, Wil- D. F. Battle, W. H. Carr, Earl hhi- Oscar C. Hammond, Frank Han-
liam B. Weeks, Cawthon W. Wil- tty, R. A. Driesback, W. L. Dur- non, H. G. Harvey, Dan Hatfield,
llams, Curtis Adams, Sr., John C. ant, Byrd Faulk, Sam A. Ford, J. W. J. Herring, Cecil 0. Hewett,
Arbogast, Hozee Barfield, William A. Garrett, William C. Goodson,' Willie J. Hinote, Pervis A. Howell,
R. Branch, George C. Burke, Gro- Walter M. Graham, James H. Greer W. H. Howell, M. K. Hurlbut, Thom-
ver A. Clark, James W. Cumbie, H. M. Hammock, Jr., Glyn H. Hen- as D. Hutchins, A. P. Jackson, Da-
Edgar Deese, Willard R. Fuqua, ley, W. M. Howlel, F. A. LeHardy. vid H. Jones, Amos L. Johnson,
Hoke S. Glass, Samuel R. Grice, Ftnest Lowery, William B. Me- Walter F. Johnson, William L. Jor-
Jr., Troy Lee ones, James W. Lind- Croan, Alon G. MoKelthen, Jr., Roy dan, Brady Jordan, Grady H. Keels,
say, Jef C. Martin, Ralph P. Nance, B. Maddox, Fred Maddox, A. P. William K. Kennedy, G. L. Ken-
Charles J. Parrott, John C. Maddox, Martin Nathan Peters, Damon Pet- nington, r., James P. Kilbourn, Jr-
Hubert A. Matthews, Carl J. Raf- ers, Sr., E. C. Pridgeon, Jr., E. ry C. Laney, E. P. Lapeyrouse, D.
field, Donald G. Rhames, Noah A. Rich, Harry H. Saunders, Howard E. Lewis, H. B. Lewis, Cecil E. Lin-
Rushing, J. D. Stafford, Robert D. H. Sellers, W. K. Settlemire, Al-1 ton, J. P. Lovett, Daniel J. Lundy,
Tindell, Clarence F. Whitfield, Bud bert T. Thamse, C. Thursday, E. David B. Maddox, Henry R. Maige,
Williamson, Chester Adams, Walter H. Vittum, E. J, Wynn, Carl J, Zim- (Continued On Page 8)
3 Game Series To
Today will begin the Florida
State Little Boy's Baseball tourna-
ment, which will be held here in.
Purt St. Joe.
The local Little Boys Baseball
organization, under the leJlership
of its president, Paul S. Fansam,
has been planning for this event
throughout -the entire current sea-
son of play.
TouT.ament play will get under
way this afternoon at 5:00 p.m. on
the daylight diamond in the city
park. Participating in the Flo Ida
State Tournament are West Pensa-
cola and Port St. Joe, at present
the only leagues in Florida in the
Little Boys' organization. The tour-
nament will be a two game out of
three series with the winner of
the tournament going to the Dixie
Tournament which will begin on
August 12 in Columbus, Miss.
The tournament games will be
held August 1, 2 and 3 if the third
game is necessary. All games will
be played at 5:00 p.m.
The Port St. Joe tournament team
is composed of members of all four
teams in the National League here.
The team will be coached by Coy
Williams and Bucky Walters.
There will be a committee at the
game for the purpose of settling
any protests that might arise im-
mediately. The committee will be
composed of Raymond C. Riddles,
State Dlr&Ptor of Little Boys'
Baseball, Harold Prim and Bill
TUmpires for this afternoon's
game will be Leonard Belin behind
the plate and Bascom Ham, Billy
Fleming, Marty Begley and W. 0.
Howard will call the bases and
The winner of the tournament
will be presented a trophy and the
runner-up will receive the runner-
The visiting tournament team
arrived in Port St. Joe yesterday
afternoon at 4:30 and are being
housed by the Chamber of Com-
merce at the David Motel.
Mrs. Croxton Hostess w 1 a
gram study entitled, "M
To Methodist WSCS S A." Mrs. Croxton preo
a brief business session,
The Woman's Sopiety of Christ- It was announced that
ian Service met Monday afternoon would meet the first M
at the church for the study program August at the church for
of the month. Mrs. G. S" Croxton, liar business meeting,
president, presided over the meet- The meeting closed
ing. The meeting opened with a WSCS benediction. 21
prayer by Mrs. Morgan Jones, Sr. were present,
Mrs. Nancy Howell, Secretary of -- --
Mission Education had charge of
the program. She read a hymn, on 'sfr Want Ads Get
SALE. STARTS AUGUST
;h the jro- MsTHODIST YOUNG ADUL-T
i[sslons U. Cl-ASS ENJOYS PARTY
sided over The swimming pool at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker of
Mexico Beach was the scene of a
henday inSS party on Friday night, for the young
Stonday in adult class of the Methodist
Sthe regu- Church.
with the went members of the class en-
th memberhe joyed swimming grilled hambur-
gers, salad, homemade ice cream
The new Methodist minister, Rev.
Result, Bradley and his son, Mark, were
guests of the class party.
Officers for the class for another
year were elected while the class
Guests of Brinsons
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Bedwell and
son Kieth of Ashford, Ala., were the
week end ,guests of Mrs. Bedwell's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brin-
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NEW HOUSES IN PORT ST. JOE
We have many requests for loans to build
more new Homes in Port St. Joe.
Your Savings Funds kept with us enables -these
new Homes to be built.
Meanwhile, safety of your SAVINGS with us is in-
sured up to $10,000.00.
You EARN 3'^ PER CENT per annum profit, cre-
dited and compounded June 30th and December 31st,
or paid in cash 'f desired.
SAVE by the 10th ... EARN from the 1st. Full
five months profit in 1957.
MAIL or BRING us your check, Money Order, or
cash for an INSURED SAVINGS account.
You will b;- pleased with the prompt, efficient,
friendly way w,: handle your business.
and LOAN ASSOCIATION of Port St. Joe
4~ 11 r~ I
of Highland Clew and Fletcher of
Block, Ala. Two sisters, Mrs. Ril-
liar Addison of Cottondale and
Mrs. Vera Johnson of Jakin, Ga.
Me. and Mrs. Lee Watts and
laughter Melba Jean spent the
week end in Donaldsonville, Ga.,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Watts and
children of Miami spent Monday
nd Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Lee
tH9S IAfR, PoDA f Jot, PIA.
L.ZI..;-.21 :IL..I!; ._:.: I
THURSDAYo AUGUST 1, 107
Mr. and Mrs. William Barney Me-
Groon announce the birth of a son,
Gary Joe on July 23.
Mr. and Mrs. John Steve Kra-
mer, Jr., announce the birth of a
son, ohn Steve Kramer, Jr., II. on,
Mr. and Mrs. John Benjamin
Whitfield announce the birth of a
baby boy, Michael Travis on July
(All births occurred at the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Stevens,
Jr., announce the birth of a son,
Christlpher Jay on July 27 in the
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
0Quta Prom MIv Oak
Mr. And MrS.. Otis Nolan of Live
Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nolan
and family of Pompano Beach are
tthe g~esta of Mr. and Mrs. Mac
Miller and son Abe in their home
on the Apalachicola Highway.
Recovering From Operation
Mrs. R. H. Brinson is recovering
at her home following a major, op-
eration at the Municipal Hospital.
Her daughter, Miss Sara Brinson,
RN of Dublin, Ga.; was-wi.th her
during her illness.
RH E AU 7-46052
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
Rev. Miriam A. Brown has been
called to serve as pastor for *the
First Assembly of God Church in
Alford. Rev. Brown says they' have
enjoyed living In Highland View.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Milei attend-
ed the Assembly of God Camp meet-
ing in Marianna last week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Grisiett and
children attended the funeral of
his uncle, Lonnie Seay Tuesday in
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Mann of Tal-
lahassee spent Sunday with their
swn and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Mann and children.
Rev. and Mrs. Douglas Newsome
of Eufaula, Alabama are guests of
friends in Highland View this week.
Mrs. 3. E. Cook of Dothan, Ala-
bama is the guest o fher daughter,
Mrs. Clyde Rich and family,
Ben Armstrong wants to thank
all th doctors and nurses at the
Municipal Hospital for their kind-
ness during his illness at the hob-
Merl Seawright has just return-
ed from Anorn, Ohio, where he vis-
ited his father, J. 0. Seawright.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Armstrong
and family attended the birthday
dinner of Mrs. Nancy Patterson of
Mr. and Mrs. Lorecie Otis and
family, of Holt visited Mr. and
Mrs. Curtis Adams and family last
week. Mr. Otis is Mrs. Adam's twin
Wiley (Lovett and grandson,
Thomas DuBose of Apple Springs,
Texas and Carlton Lovett of South-
port visited Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Margie Holiday of Blountstown
is Visiting her sister and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hall.
Johnlnie Baxley is visiting his
aunt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
Ernest Hall of Niceville is visit-
ing his brother this week, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith and
daughters Phyllis Ann and Kaye El-
len and Donna Jean from Clendia,
West Virginia 'are visiting Mrs.
Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Nancy Patterson of West-
ville is visiting her daughter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Patter-
Mrs. Rhoda Preenell and children
rt Quincy are visiting Mr. and Mrs,
Bill Lee and daughter this week.
Mrs. J. J. Garrett, Mrs. Esther
Bradshaw and Mrs. Ruth Mason of
Florala, Ala., spent Thursday with
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Garrett.
Miss Peggy Brackin of Ruskin is
spending the summer with her sis-
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hoks
Glass, Dean, Doyle and Danny
Glass and Peggy Brackin are spend-
ing this week in Blakely, Ga., with
their uncle and family, Sam Glass.
Mrs. A. B. Rhames and children
Katie and Curtis visited Clarksvllle
with her sister and family and in
Blountstown with her brother and
Mrs. Bradley Stephnes of Plant
City is visiting relatives and friends
in West Florida.
Charles and Pat Hersey of Don-
aldsonville, Ga., are visiting her
sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. C.
R. Lloyd and children.
Mr. and Mrs. Pelham Revellt and
children visited in Panama City
and Bonifay Friday.
Mr. and M.S, 0-ene Adklns visit-
ed over the week end li Panama
Clty with her mother, Mrs. Tilda
Rov. W. B. Holand was called
to Macon, Ga., Saturday due to
the deaih of his brother, Perry C.
Holland. Mr. Holland is survived by
hil wife, 'enera, three sons, Seal,
J. C., Thomas all of Macon and one
daughter, Mrs. Zettie Knotha of
Philadelphia, Pa. and eight grand-
:hildren and two brothers, W. B.
SAT. NITE LATE SHOW
11:00 P. M.
SUN. THRU TUES.
SAll the riotous fun of
the stage comedy hit!
M L M pre-,nl% m i llA tgEi 3,ad MfTl. % a.,
y. oPAR FORD IJN NEGOMI
*I TUE KO SAWAYUR
LIZABM NSCOTT -WEN[DLLCOWE
A WALMWIJWt RCnol
story of Lindbergh's incredible
fight to Paris!
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
BLANKET Lay-Away SALE
Costin's Big Annual
Continues Through This Week
Costin's Department Store
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
friends here in Port St. Joe for
their many acts of kindness dur-
ing our. recent bereavement, caused
by the death of our mother, Mrs.
H. N. Mizell, Sr.
Mrs. Fennon Talley
Herbert N. Mizell, Jr.
J. P. Misell
ST. JAMES' CHURCH
Reg. Gardner C. Underhill
Priest "In Charge
Holy Communion and Sermon at
11:00 a.m., Rev. Barnum McCarty
Guests of Millers
Mrs. Reginald Poe and daughter,
Miss Regina Poe and Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Castleberry and son John Ed
of Fitzgerald, Ga., were the recent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lamar
Miller and daughter Ann and son
John. John Miller returned with
them to their home. where he will
vi~ct fo~r a fLwT draviqC
Ends Visit Here
Little Miss Pat Schultz of Pan-,
ama City has returned to her home
after spending several days with
Mr. and Mrs. George McLawhon
and duaghter Edith.
Attend Ball Game
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thurb.ayi
and daughter Wilma Nell and son
W. E.; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Tharpe, and Mr. and Mrs. Buck
Griffin and Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Dawson were among those from
Port St. Joe who attended the Babe
Puth League Tournament in Nice-
OPEN SUNDAY, 5:45 P.M.
OPEN 6:30 p.m.-SHOW AT 7:00 "
ONE SHOWING OF EACH
-- FEATURE No. I -
OPEN DAILY, 2:45 P.M.
SATURDAY, 12:45 P.M.
SATURDAY ONLY NELSO "
SATURDAY ONLY FAITH DOMERGUE
DOUBLE FEATURE AN ALLIED ARTISTS PICTURE
u.. ..... -- FEATURE No. 2 -
I HEAR ABOUT IT! READ ABOI
At BOYLES Star
Big Doings, Little Prices,
Ship and Shore
Sizes 28 to 42. A wide choice
of styles, colors and the superb
styling only "Ship and Shore"
gives. Why pay more for less,
come on down to Boyles Big do-
This Big Doing Wins
Win The Value Medal
97c and $1.77
Cool, comfortable and easy to,
care for. Newest styles in this
hot weather must. Big Doings Is
It's A Big To Do About
Little Prices for Greater
Washable, faded denims to
.lounge, play and work in. You'll
want several pairs of these. Pay
cash and pay less at Boyles Big
UT IT! COME AN SEE ABOUT ITV
ting Thurs. Aug. 1
s For You Our Loss! What's All This
S H E BIG DOINGS
LADIES' SUMMER DRESSES
Group No. 1-- 2 for $15.00
Values $10.95 to $16.50
Group No. 2 ---2 for $9.00
Values to $10.95
Smart styles in NAMES you know. We need the space for
new Fall dresses. ..Buy now and save, save, save. All sizes,
Misses, Juniors and Half Sizes.
CHILDREN'S SUMMER DRESSES
These pretty dresses must go, go, '2 0 ad
go. Be thrifty, buy now for "Back
to School". Values to $5.95. Sizes
1 to 14. $3.00
At Boyles About?
Is it SELLING OUT? No, it's
SELLING INI Going out of
business? No, it's getting deeper
in! Lost our lease? No, we
own our own building! Well,
what's all the fuss about? .
Friends, it's Just this: It's one cf
Boyles BIGGEST value events!
It includes all summer merchan-
dise, big in quality and value,
at the smallest price in history
We mean a fast moving, big, sen-
sational sweep, moving out THE
OLD (1957) merchandise and
ROLLING IN THE NEW (1958)
We don't mean maybe! It's
gonna be goodI It's gonna be
BIGI It's gonna be the biggest
bargain feast for you in history.
READ AND RUN TO BOYLES
Sounds Like We're All Excited About This Big Doing
Big Doings At Boyles .
SavesMoney for the
Smiths' and Jones'
Buckle and SlipTOn
$1.99 and $2.99
Values to $3.95. The famous
washable footwear to see you
on through the summer and Into
the class room. Small wonder
Boyles is making so much fuss.
Get Set and Run to
Boyles Big Doings!
PROBABLY your last chance of
the season to make such a buy
on these washable skip dent
shirts white and colors. Sm.'Ii.
Medium and Large. Boyles BEn
Doings Is saving you money.
Big Doings Sweep All Summer Merchandise From Big Doings Is The SALE of ALL SALES
Our House To Yourst
20" X 40" Large, thirsty, colorful. 81x99 FOXCROFT SHEETS $1.99
TERRY TOWELS 4 for $1.00 42 x 30 PILLOW CASES 2 for $1.00
Boyles Big Doings Is Frant Page News All Summer Merchandise Walks Out Duting
Ladies and Children's Boyles Big Doings SALE! Run!
SUMMER SHOES PANTS
REDUCED $4.77 I
Wash 'N Wear, rayon blend
Scottons. All to go at this one
1 GROUP LADIES ridiculous price. Best styling,
Values to $9.95 best quality, best prices In i
Another Fine Group
OF BETTER SLACKS
1 GROUP CHILDREN'S $6m77
All summer shoes reduced at least one third. Look for
Red Sale Tags for big happy buys. Shop, stock up, buy and save
during Boyles "Big Doings".
BIG DOINGS! BIG DOINGS!
Unbleached Sheeting WASHCLOTHS
10 yds. $2.39 20 for $1.00
Yepl 20 of these soft beauties
"Foxcroft" quality unbleached j for only $1.00. Come early, quan-
sheeting. The material with a P AA Etitles limited on this. First come,
million uses. first served.
BIG LAY-A-WAY SALE
We've made some Spec-
ial Blanket Buys Selt-
ect Now. .Pay A Small
Deposit.. Be Smart.
You Can Win A FREE
BLANKET by Writing your
BIG FULL SIZED
Part wools, in pretty plaids, sol-
id color Rayon-nylon combina-
tions. All beautifully bound for
longer wear. Compare this qual-
Ity at higher prices.
A Small Deposit Will Hold
Don't be caught cold this winter.
The Best Buys At The
Pay the Best Way!
Lovely to look at, warm to use.
Put on lay-a-way today for the
cold nights sure to come. A
small deposit will, hold one for
Lovely solid colors, and beauti-
ful two-tones. This is a gift you
deserve to give yourself. No
household has too many.
By JUAN1TA NORRIS
,is&s Juanita Norris, daughter, of
?ir. and Mrs. Hansel Norris, re-
:ui'ed home Friday after spending
* .-eek in Panama City visiting
Si. -Mr. and Mrs. James Broome.
Mr. and Mrs.. Harold Hall of
., h Carolina are visiting w th
.i, and-Mrs. Cleveland Hall,
Mr. and Mrs. Willys Lipf u-' and
:rl.ii'r.a of M.arianna spent the
e.,.k end visiting -: i Mr. and
,i, Cleveland Hall and Mr. and
: Hrold IHall.
e are sorry to say that Mrs,
-eland Hall is ill and in the Mu-
i,,.:,pal Hospital. Her many friends
a her a speedy recovery.
'e are sorry to say that Mrs.
L'. i Dykes is ill and in the Mu-
[.,: ,pal-Hospital. Her many friends
wiva, her a speedy recovery.
Miss Peggy Jo Young and Donl
hie Mac Young, children of Mr. and
Mrs, E. B. Young returned home
Sii.i., afte rspendiug several days
in Missouri visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Payne and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and
children and Miss Edna Daniels
motored to Panama City Sunday
and xisited with Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Wallace Hall of Marianna spent
several days with Mr. and Mrs.
Cleveland Hall and Mr. and Mrs.
We are sorry to say that Mrs. L.
W. Cox is ill and in the hospital.
Her many friends wish her a spee-
LOSE UGLY FAT
IN TEN DAYS
OR MONEY BACK
If you are overweight, here is the
first really thrilling news to ome
along in years. A new and conven-
ient way to get rid of extra pounds
raoier than ever, so you can be a,s
slim and trim as you want. This
new product called DIATRON curbs
toth hunger and appetite. No drug-,
no diet ,oI exercise, Absolutely
harmless. XWhen yon take DIA-
TiO)N, you still enjoy your meals,
still! at Ito foods :.-,i like but you
simpnhly don't hiave Ii urge for ex-
*ri put tion.s and automatically your
weight must come down. because,
as your own doctor will tell you,
when oun eat less, you weigh less.
lx<'ess ,,.i.-i.. endangers your
heart, kidneys. So no matter what
you have tried before, get DIA
TRON and prove to :. ,,iirIi' at
it can do. D IATRON i. sold on this
GUARANTEM: You must lo se
weight with the first package yqu
iuse or the package costs you no-
thing. just, return the bottle to
your druggist and get your money
back. DiA'I'.'.N' costs $3.00 and is
sold with this strict money back
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Mail Orders Filled
cola is tho gttort of iitnnwf Fuler
And hi6 roo (be r Mrs. J. h. t Iller.
Guest of hlsnis.
*,"-., of Mr. and Mr s; tii
Chism and iniily this week are
their, son, Ronnid Chisiri of MoBile,
Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Snines
and daughter Nancy and son Guerry
and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Martin and
Mr: and Mrs. Sanford Haney and
children and Mr. and Mrs. James
Browne of Panama City visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Norris,
Carl Deese and daughter Betty
motored to Panama City Monday
Micomb Stripling is visiting his
father, Cliff Stripling and aunt adn
uncle, Hubert and Lucile Stripling.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haskin and
daughter Peggy motored to Donald-
sonville, Ga., Suatrday on business.
Attend Bail uamne
Attending the k,-,o beidWe6i ,'
Little Boy's LplIUt of Port Sft. J,
and Marianna il Marianda #atuf
iay from here were Mr. aild %I-.
Pitii Ffigloii, Mr. and fMr_. Grady
k&eig, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Griffin,
Mrs. Henry Malge, Stets Pridgeon
and Tom Joldewey and George
SELLING YOUR REAL ESTATE? SEE THE SPECIALIST
If you're sick-see a Doctorl That's his specialty. BUT, if you
have worthwhile properties to sell-SEE US--that's our specialty
The HANSBROUGH AUCTION METHOD Is the Proven Success-
ful SAFE, FAST, SURE and FAIR way to sell property. Call or
write iHansbrough-Metcalf Bldg., Orlando, Fla., Phone 44571.
FRIDAY, 12:30 Noon AUGUST 2
BRANNING'S MOTEL TRAILER PARK HOME *RESTAU-
RANT COTTAGES SUPER MARKET
3 Mi. East of PANAMA CITY near TYNDALL AFB
In U. S. 98 corner State Hwy. 22-A
It's only because of ill health in the family that we have decided
to sell this income property which is one of the most profitable
business enterprises in the entire Panama City area. 'Th erefore,
we have commissioned tIhe HAN'SBROUGHS to sell at Absolute
Auction this hihbly desirable property. -
This is superb "nriconu property, covering 15 acres with "620' frtge.
on U. S. 98. Actually a self-sustaining community In itself with
600 paying tenants including many peri.anent personnel from
Tyndall AFIB. The ,_wne-r's books are open for your inspection.
show you the excellent income derived from Modern U-shaped, 14
furnished unit, air conditioned motel, tile batiL, 75 occupied
trailers, that bring in an average monthly income of $1400. 24
cottages, brick and frame, four excellent masonry duplexes, a
shopping center with a Red and White Super Market, and up-to-
dale restaurant both airconditioned. Also included is the owner's
lovely 3-bedroom, 2 bath, masonry airconditioned home.
BUY ANY PART OF THIS SUPERB INCOME PROPERTY OR
BUY THE WHOLE! -.STORE EQUIPMENT SELLS SEPARATE-
LY or TOGETHER WITH BLDG.!
TERMS: 20% DOWN, BALANCE ANNOUNCED
ONE of the MANY other coming HANSBROUGH AUCTIONS in-
clude: WEDNESDAY, AUG. 7, All day Sale: 516 ACRE TUCKER
FARM, 8 mi. of ANDERSON, S. CAROLINA, this is in the highly
productive Piedmont Region, and consists of Lots, Hwy. Frtge.
Acreage Tracts, 8 Homes, Plus another 70 Acre Farm on Fish
Hatchery Rld. Some of th many Florida and other State Auctions
coming up include, Motels, Hotels, Restaurant, Commercial Bldgs.,
WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE FOLDERS $
_____ I _________________
SBuy a FORD
and bank the savings
Booming Ford sales spell low, low outlay
on the car with the traditionally high return
This year, because we're outaelling all competitors,
we can and are outdealing them. The result: you'll
find a luxury car at far less than you'd ever expect
to pay--with lyears-ahead styling, Thunderbird
|| |power plus a completely new "Inner FoeL"
1. Get TOP VALUE ... Pick from two Mg-cor di -ower-,
16-foot Customs, over-17-foot Falrlne. PIck your power, too.
-the world's most modem Six or oM of Ford's new V-8'.
2. Get TOP DEALS ... Come on in now and w e how eay It
Ih to swing the neow knd of Ford. You'll find WrOe's a car and
a plan for you, custom-made to fl t the need of your budget.
3. Get TOP TRADES ... Your prweent car wi never be
worth more than tigh now So come on Gel *e car tVxos
worsh ore wa new, buwit to be worah mme on resol, teo.
T a this greA buy S TE LOWEST CED*
et borhood Ford Dealer's D....... t o"W
T. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
Corner Fourth Street and Highway 98
Big Doings That Mean SAVINGS For You!
I ~ L_ I I I -rIIIII
-- Is I I I I ~llliBsa~
I II -~PIC~Y~l~k~
Thurs., Fri. and Sat.
25 lbs. $1.89
5 Lb. Bag
With $5.00 Grocery Order
6 jars 59c
Monarch Yacht Club
No. 10 $1.49
No. 2'/ Jar Sunshine
MILK 27 c
WE GIVE SAVE-MOR COU-
PONS SOME PREMIUMS
GA. GRADE 'A'
U S. GOOD
CLOSE OUT TOYO
Cool As A Cucumber
U. S., NO. 1
OKRA b. lOc10
2 Ibs. 25c
Fresh Gopse Neck Yellow
Corner Williams & Third
Overlooking Lake Williams
In accordance twith wetlonL .129 03 .. ........ 6,
Florida Statutes, 19Z5: Notice is RESERVE FOR CASH
hereby given that the Board of BALANCE 4,325.00
County Commissioners of Gulf TOTAL BUDGET _-_ $145,047.00
Count y, Florida, advertised its tern- ESTIMATED RECEIPTS
porary budget for the several coun- Taxes $38,894.00
ty funds for the fiscal year begin- Ga s Tax 43,705.00
ning October 1, 1957, and ending Motor Fuel Tax 250.00
September 30, 1958, in the follow- Auto Transportation Tax __ 330.00
in newspapers, to-wit: The Star. Racing Money _.-...... 47,000.00
issue of July 18, 1957, and the Gulf Total Estimated Receipts 130,179.00
County Breeze, issue of July 18, Less 5% 6,508.00
1957, and a public hearing was held 95% of Estimated Receipts
according to said notice. It was de- 123,671.00
termined at said public hearing that Balances to be Brought Forward:
certain items in the budgei for Cash 31,376.00
the General, Fine and Forfeiture Total Estimated Receipts and
and Road and Bridge Funds should Balances ----- 145,047.00
be increased or reduced, said cor- ATTEST:
reacted budgets were tentatively Board County Commissioners
adopteC and the Board of County Gulf County, Florida
Commissioners of Gulf County, By: 7/s/ J. C. PRICE, Chmn.
Florida, will be in session at 9 /s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
o'clock. A. M. (CffT) August 13, Clerk -
1957, for the purpose of hearing
complaints on said budgets and all Birth Announcement
budgets will be up for final adop- .
tlon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Earnest of
ESTIMATED REVENUE and
Railroad and Telegraph License
Racing Money .----------. 17,000.00
Insurance Tax 180.00
Candidates Filing Fee ---.. 1 1600
Occupational License ------ -.-'~T.00
Beverage License .........--------. 2,500.00
Matching Funds, Mosquito
Control -.-------.. 16,500.00
Matching Funds, Mosquito
Carryover) .-......---- 22,000.00
TOTAL ESTIMATE RECEIPTS
LESS 5% 7,643.00
95% of ESTIMATED
RECEIPTS ..--...---..--. 145,214.00
BALANCE TO BE BROUGHT
FORWARD (Cash) 36,860.00
County Commissioners Salary,
Clerk Circuit Court and
Deputies Salary. .--.- 5,700.00
Supervisor of Registration
Administrative Sal'aries 1,800.00
General Court Cost -------. 500.00
Tax Assessors Commissions 7,500.00
Court House Maintenance
and Operation ........--- 6,180.00
Elections and Registrations 3.680,00
Legal Advertising and
Expenses .......-..........---------- 2,600.00
Pension J. R. Hunter (Special
Administrative Supplies .- 7,869.00
Maintenance Health Centers 400.00
T. B. Hospitals -.. --- 3,200.00
Mother's Pensions 500.00
Insanity Inquiries -- ---.- 300.00
Hospital Service for
Count. Sen ice Officer 1,200.00
Civil ]De-fense 400.00
Mosquito Control, County 11,000.00
Mosquito Control, State ._ 16,500.00
Mosquito Control (Cash carryover
State) 1 22,000.00
Agriculture Program .......- 5,375.00
State Forest Service -- 10,764.00
Recreation Program -------....... 100.00
M. A. Hill Compensation Case 396.00
Furniture and Fixture Court
Race Track Fund, Port St. Joe
and Wewahitchka -.... 4,000.00
Board of Public Instruction,
Band (Special Aot) .... 2,000.00
White City, Race Track Funds
(Special Act) ---...... 3,000.00
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE
TOTAL BUDGET .. $182,074.00
FINE & FORFEITURE FUND
ESTIMATE OF REVENUE
Racing Money -------...--.. $5,000.00
Fines and Costs .-.-. 26,500.09
RECEIPTS .- ---- 71,620.00
LESS 5% 3,580.00
95% OF ESTIMATED
RECEIPTS --------........ 68,040.00
BALANCE TO BE BROUGHT,
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS
and BALANCES -. $83,644.24
CIRCUIT JUDGE'S SALARD 283.00
Juvenile Court Salaries ..- 1,600.00
Prosecuting Attorney's Salary
(Special Law) ------....... 4,000.00
Small Claims Court .---. 1,400.00
Circuit Court Cost---.-----500.00
County Judge's Criminal Cost
Conviction Fees ,400.00
Witness and Jurors Fees --. 800.00
Insolvent and Miscellaneous
Court Work ..--..--.... 600.00
Office Supplies and Expenses
Furniture and Fixtures for
SHERIFF'S BUDGET (New Laws
Sheriff's Salary ------.---. 7,800.00
Deputies and Assistants
Salaries ---.--.-. 22,300.00
Expenses other than Salaries
Reserve for Contingencies 5,566.84
TOTAL SHERIFF'S BUiDGET
RESERVE FOR OONTENGEN
RESERVE FOR CASH
Supervisor Salary .....- $4,600.00
Free Labor 38,912.03
Maintenance and Operation
County Garage --.--- 2,500.00
Maintenance of Equipment 10,000.00
Gas and Oil 8,000.00
Road, Bridge and Culvert Ma-
R/W Legal Expense ...... 1,500.00
New Equipment ..... 34,500.00
Road Tax to Municipalities
Birmingham, Ala., announce the ar-
rival of a baby girl, Susan Eliza-
beth on July 17. Mrs. Earnest will
be remembered as Boncille McCor-
mick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Vbi.UAANS 4AVItE O-FII
WILL VISIT PORT AT, JOR
Veterans of Gulf County Who
need assistance In obtaining bene&
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Preston L. Nicholas-
Assistant State Service Officer.
Nithola. will visit this area next
week for the purpose of helping
veterans or their dependents in fil-
ing claims for Compensation Bene-
fits or solving their insurance prob-
tAtce to employers o .yetaereas
auder the GI Bill, Vocational Train,
ing, Subsistence or other problems.
During his visit in this area Ni-
cholas may be contacted at the
City Hall, Monday, August 5, from
8:30 to 9:,30 a.m.
Perry McGahee, is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duren on
-_-_-__-_-_- -_ -. - ...--
BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE
110 HUNTER CIRCLE.
Can Handle Any Type Plumbing, Small or Large
15 Years Experience
ALL WORK GUARANTEED FREE ESTIMATES
PHONE BAII 7-2541 At Anytime
SAT. NITE LATE SHOW
11:00 P. M
SUN. THRU TUES.
in his great
LToIho ZABETH SCOTT WENDELL COREY iMMy GLEASON DOLORES HART
A PARAMOUNT PICTURE
Money McCormick* of Port St. Joe.
nFa ir& SqareO
Then BACK TO SCHOOL
Buy Now While Prices Are Low and Put Your Purchase on HALLMARK'S Convenient Lay'Away
Plan All Items Listed Can Be Put On Lay-Away
ABIS i a \adH
For Back To School
Blouse set $4.98
Buy Now on Lay-Away at
You save on price and quality
Dollars saved on every pair
)f shoes you purchase from
Buy now on Lay-Away
Beautiful Fall Patterns Pacific Mills
Dan River yd. 77c DRIPDRY COTTONS yd.59c
CGtton-Guaranteqd Fast Colors BG REMNANT SALE!
Prints 39c Select Yours Now and Put It On Lay-Away
SFor Back To School
1 Extra Heavy, 133/ oz.
Ivy League Styles
With Elastic Waist
SHOP HALLMARK'S FIRST
BOY'S SHIRTS $1.37
His Best Foot Forward
Boys' size 6 to 3 .99
Youth, size 3, 6
p Size 6 to 10 6.95
Why pay more for shoes
when HALLMARK'S can save
you money on every pair.
Window Shades 87c
ONLY 50 LEFT d4 A
Values to $19.95
NationalV Advertised Lines
NEW STOCK 0
Ladies Coats -12.50
CANNON 20" X 40"
Towels 3 for $1.00
Was hCloths 12 for $1
PORT ST. JOE'r-S HL AK S S PORT ST. JOE'S
FINEST A L L II A FINEST
Foam Rubber Pillow
Solid foam rubber bed nlilows With re-
movable zipp-off pillow cover. Conipate
this special anywhere at $6.K5
/% wool double faced blankets. Buy now
and be ready for the winter ahead. This
blanket regularly sells for $5.95.
5 gallon gas and fuel cans. A special
for this sale only
-VI -PBPT-T '" -- ....... -
This handy ice bowl and tong set is pe0-
fect for picnicing or will give any table
that dressed up look. Limited quantity
All size's arid cdlofs. Soie filled With
foam rubber ofie with kapok, Covered
In denim, ba0ii6th, chintz or indianhead.
A decorator must. Values to 2.49 Only
SAVE $70 ON DINETTES
-Genuine Mahogany CHINA-six chairs and large exten-
sion table. Beautiful Cordovan finish, mo- fj 1
dern tailored design, glassed china with 249.95
storage-Reg. 329.95 2 19
Seven piece chrome dinette sets, full three inch aluminum
apron with heat and stain resistant tops. Textured
washable plastic on seats and back of
chairs extends to 60 inches. Compare 79.95
anywhere at $119.00
Seven-piece dinette table extends to 71 In-
ches. Fine hand-grained plastic top and po- 5
wished chrome legs and chairs. Reg. $129.95 I
Five-piece dinette-chrome and plastic, heat
and scratch resistant top.-polished chrome 44.50
and large apron. Reg. 59.95 44.50
Seven-piece mahogany dining room group In sand tone
finish. Genuine Phillipine mahogany. Exten I
sion table, foam cushioned chairs and glass-
ed china. Save $50 on this group. Reg. 299.95 *
Seven-piece Mahogany Duncan Phyfe dining room group.
Table with extension leaf, large buffet,'five
side chairs and arm chair. Hand-rubbed fin
ish in reddish brown. Reg. 299.95 2 9
We are starting this sale Thursday night, Au-
gust 1 at 7:30. "'Right after supper" in order that
all our friends and customers, visitors and tourists
may have an equal opportunity t shqre alike in
these wonderful values.
AT TERIFFIC REDUCTIONS
We have the very finest selection of bedding that can
be had anywhere. At regular prices this bedding is always
an outstanding value But at thes@ reduced prices we
invite anyone to dare make a comparison don't miss
$139 Mattress and matching box springs, with heavy 12
ounce ticking in beautiful floral pattern.
Hundreds of self ventilating air holes for 9 9 0
coot comfortable sleeping. Both pieces only *
$139 'TEMPO' 57
Nationally advertised by ENGLANDER to sell at $139.
This is a superb quality" mattress and matching box spring
with extra duty oil tempered springs. The AA
very finest grade of ticking in rich colorful 8 U00
modern design. Mattress and box spring.
$129 CONTOUR FOAM
Another ENGLANDER Innerspring group with foam rub-
for durability. If you like sleeping comfort
you don't want to miss this buy at 7_9... 00
SOUTHERN CROSS SPECIAL
$119 Anniversary special Mattress and Box spring by the
famous southern cross. Full size only, with heavy pre-
built borders, side vents, plastic carrying 8
handles, in attractive aqua and black print. 88.00
Mattress and box spring only
SAVE ON USED FURNITURE I
Set of f
Teriffic Bargains On Traded-In Pieces
four maple dining chairs 32.50
ece wrought iron dinette set .___ 29.95
ece chrome dinette suite 22.50
ece chrome dinette suite 37.50
:e headboard and matching nite table 17.95
Slightly used crib and mattress
One group assorted beds .__
Oak dinette table with
One group bed springs ...-..
Twin size matching mattress and
Sbox springs. Excellent condition
Full size mattress and matching
Norge Electric Range
3.95 to 7.95
NO-WE ARE NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS-Certainly we are not
going out of business. We are going more extensively into the fine art
of furnishing homes and this time we are doing it with further emphasis
on price. The very first price tag you glarce at upon arrival will con-
vince you of the soundness of this statement.
| SAVE $90 ON LIVING ROOM SUITES I
Three-piece curved sectional in
beautiful frieze covering. 239.95
Southern Cross Hide-A-Bed with 1 8g.
full size 220 coli innerspring mat- I O.Y3
tress. Sleeps two. Reg. 269.98 .___
Three-piece curved sectional with 100% solid
foam rubber cushions. Beautiful r
tweed upholstery. One only. 1 95
Reg. 199.95 *V1 .95
Two-piece living room suite 100% nylon covers
solid foam rubber cushions.
Modern Styling. 1 /9t
Sofa bed and matching club chair Sylmer
cover. Spot and stain resistant., g
Sleeps two. I |
All plastic covered sofa bed and, matching
platform rocker. Heavy guage textured
plastic resists scuffing.
Two-piece sectional sofa-modern in beautiful
beige and white, metallic tweed
cover. This sofa usually sells for 1 95 l
LIMIT -- BUY AS MANY AS YOU
Russell Wright Homer Laughlin
Rhyhtm Georgian -
5-Piece Wrought Iron Sectional Group
Two 50" sofas with attractive heavy tweed up-
holstery trimmed in tempered wrot
iron. Cocktail table, lamp table and 119.95
end table. Reg. 199.95
This is a sofa by day, a bed by night that will
sleep two comfortably on the famous JAMISON
mattress. Covered in an attractive 0
tweed CHROMSPUN that is spot 169.00
and stain resistant. Reg. 219.95 _.
T. V. and Lounge Dogs
This is a toy dog that any member
.of the family will enjoy. Assorted a9
colors and breeds. Reg. 4.95 -__
If you've been looking for something for that den
or T. V. Room then you'd better not miss this mo-
dern sectional, conslstin gof sofa with full 5"
crown foam rubber, formica cocktail ottoman, and
extension ottoman with foam rub 1 1
ber, also Includes five extra sets of
covers. Reg. 199.95 Now onll -.
Lane Cedar Chest
This is a console type space saver chest that will
add decoration In any room. Limed
oak finish (one only)
Reg. 99.95 *
Get ready for school now. Two drawer desks in
natural elm finish. Just right for
children from four to 12 years. 14.95
Reg. 24.95 61 .
This crib has four position adjustable springs,
panel ends made of sturdy hard- 2 5
wood, with baked on enamel finish. 24 95
Reg. 29.95. Now Only
Pull Down Lamps
Attach anywhere, plug In to base plus. Has three-
way light, finished in satin brass
with laquer coating. Reg. 12.95 1095
p-. U-s~-- --r~ I rC
Save $114 On Bedroom Suites
Genuine mahogany five-piece bedroom suite, A
vanity dresser, large chest, bed and nite 175.00
table-Regular $289.95s -"5 0
Maple four-piece bedroom suite, ideal for sis-
ter or Junior, dresser, chest, bed and framed 69.95
mirror-Regular $89.50 6 .
Solid pine bedroom suite in beautiful hand ifC A C
burnished finish, large double dresser, fram- | 75,95
ed mirror, chest and bookcase bed. Reg. 229.
Honey Beige four-piece bedroom suite (one only, floor
sample) Large triple dresser, roomy chest, AA A
boo case bed. This is a real special. 139.95
Regular $159.95 "13 .9
Four-piece in solid ash-champaign finish. Double dresser,
mirror, chest, book case bed. This is a beau- 1 A P
tiful suite and we have only one. Come 129.95
early. Regular $159.95 1
Two-piece solid maple suite, dresser and A7995
mirror, panel bde. Regular $99.95 ..
Genuine mahogany, five-piece bedroom suite traditional
styling with hand-rubbed laquer finish.
Double dresser, chest and bed, nite stand. 2 9 5
Reg. 329.95 2 .*
Nine-piece bunk bed outfit with innerspring mattress,
large chest, springs, guard rail and ladder.
Makes twin beds. Handsome walnut finish. 124.95
Reg. 139.95 1 6/w
This is our second annual storewide surplus
stock liquidation sale. Everyone seemed to enjoy
our first sale of this type last year and everyone
that made any purchase seemed to appreciate the
values we offered.
SAVE $40 ON CHAIRS
Platform rocker covered in rich NYLO-SA-
RAN, coil spring base.
Platform rocker in 100% BOLTAFLEX cloth
back trimmed in mahogany.
T. V. Swivel chair In rich black tweed with
LUREX; heavy spring base-all hardwood
frame. Reg. 49.50
Lounge chair with ottomon, covered with
heaviest guage BOLTAFLEX reinforced.
Compare this chair anywhere at 99.96 ....
Modern chair cushioned with DUNLOP foam
nubby frieze cover with Lurex. This chair
regularly priced at 97.50
Recliner, floor sample, one only, cushioned
with foam rubber and auto-nylon with plas-.
tic cover. Reg. 89.95
Modern open arm occasional chair, brown
tweed cover, blonde finish.
Club chair in durable orlando cover, rich
turquoise and metallic.
Many Other Chairs on Display
ONE OF A KIND PIECES
One group floor lamps. Washable plastic shades.
Six-way lite. Reg. 12.95
Double door utility cabinet. Reg. 17.95
Clothes hamper, top opening. Reg. 10.95
$69.95 Cedar Robe
Mahogany chest of drawers, Reg. 64.50
$14.95 Set of T. V. Snack trays --
Three tier utility table with electric
outlet. Reg. 9.95
Acro Flash camera. Reg. 6.95 __
Assorted sizes-Metal venetian
blinds. Reg. 5.95
Two only-Twin size Hollywood
Headboards, plastic covered.
$7.95 Bridge tables
6X9 Fiber Rug. Reg. 13.95 ...
Two only 9x12 vAlscos pile rugs.
Jute back. Reg. 49.95 -_
One group occasional tables.
Values to 17.95
One group occasional tables. This
sale only. Special
24x36 Scatter Rugs.
CHECK THESE EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES
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U.S. ood Baby Beef
;VFaY~QPy s 5A A iG0144gi *0 1
MARY ANN Rath Black Hawk -6 oz. Vac. Pk.
1 b PICKLE and PIMENTO
INTRODUCING! Mother's Best
2 LBS. .
8 Stokely Honey Pod 303
Stokely Golden Cream 2
Van Camp Pork and "' 2 No. 300
3, Can Stokely Tomato
Cans Large Package
VEGETABLES 5 For
STRAWBERRIES 4 For
Whole Sun .
FE ORANo JUICE 4 for 49c
S EVKYBODY SAVES, AT PIGGLY WIGGLY EVERYBODY SAVES
2 14-Oz. Jars
0 K RKA
U S. NO. 1 WHITE
1 WRIST WATCH--- Vol. $71.95
1 PEN and PENCIL SET Val. $15.95
1 FLASH CAMERA SET Val. $15.00
1 SET SKATES ---- Val. $3.95
1 ART SET ------- ----Val. $3.98
Be sure to get your registration blanks. Prizes
will be given away at 6:00 p.m. Sat., Aug. 3
S AT PIGGLO
WIGGLY e EVERY
Be Sure To Get Your
GOLDEN HARVEST COUPONS
rOODY SAVES AT PGGwLY WIGGLY
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"ThE ATA" Po rt it J.06 FiL THURSDAY, AUQUST 1, 1978 er, Atc iyi, 7-nae W and a'n awilt, &4 Mrs. L' a ,-.-- ,^..
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M E O Ho s G Road Supt. erpe aso. present. Mi Barbara Porter, dadghte'.
MINUTES OF THE lones of Gulf County, Florida met Th. meeting came to order at of My. and Mrs. Rdchard Porter, THE )CUrIT COURT, P ny
COUNTY COMMISSION this date la speciall session with 7:30 p.m. left by plane from Tallahassee last GCTLF COUNTY FLORIDA. HIITH S PhU I y
the following members present: J. The Board discussed certain r week for Scameto, Calif, whe- IN CH-ANCERY.'
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA C. Price. Chairman, E. C. Harden, pair work on the jail plumbing sys- week for Scameo, MAM CBlf., -he IN CH'ANCERY.
JULY 12, 1957 Sr., A. J. StrIckland, G. S. roxtoh ,tem .that the state Prison Inspec- she will be the guest of her cousin, MAMIE GAFFNE Pesc~lption compounded b
The Board of County Commiss- and George W. Cooper. The CleRL,. tor has directed to be.done. It was Mrs. Charles Sundin and Captain Plaintlff, a GRADUATE Pharmaolt
.d--- decided that an estimate of cost be Sundin. Mrs. Sundin is the formne WAl EIIS GAFFNEY, J N BE amaist
made before any work is done. G
e Aore advised the Board Miss Memorie Porter, daughter of dDefendant. JOHN ROBERT 8MITH
A MThe Attorney ad se t Mr. and Mrs. Ned Porter NOTICE OF DIVORCE Pharmaceutical Chemist
RADIATnfORS: W Ao sld t astoeIts duties and responsibilities Mr. and Mrs. Ned Porter. NOTICE O R
RADIATO C ANWD, LUSH when sitting as -a Board of Equati- OTI CE TO:WALTER ELLI
Attending Camp GAFFNEY, Whose place of resi-
zation At g p ence is 1412 Fourth Avenue, South,
STARTERS and GrEN U O by Comm. Groxton, seconded by and Steve W-heai accompanied On or before the 2nd day of Sep. Designed exclusively for you!
,Comm. Cooper, and upon vote was
AM O WiM 11=1unanimously carried, and uponthat his by Mrs. J. H. Geddie left Monday member, A. D.: 1957, the defendant,
SBoard adot a resolution recom for the Methodist Camp at Blue WalterEllis aey, is required. Your prescription is ordered to suit your
I md M to f ve UpO kn Hon. Cecil G. Costing, health needs .that is why we cannot
mending Max W. Kilbourn for sur- Lake. Jr. plaintiff*% attorney, whose ad-
veyor license. dress is Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, counter-prescribe, or make any changes
aA plat of Pine Ridge Additon to VisitingIn Shreveport orids, a copy of and file with the in amount. The doctor orders better
Wewaitchka ws motiresented by C. Miss Christa Drea, daughter of Clerk of said Court, the original of health. The doctor rders better
Harden, seconded by Comm. Coop- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duren is i- leda against him herein -
SbAms901 74M M AV6 er, the Board approved, accepted iting in Shreveport, La., with -her. --WITNSS mfy hand and official PHONE BAll 7-5111
and ordered said plat filed in the seal -of said-Court at Wewahi'tchka,
Public records of Gulf County. Gu4f County, Florida, this 29th day
--- ^ After lengthy discussion with to law and that said budget be up I July. A. D. 157_______
reference toa tentative budget for for final adoption a a special eet-
all County funds for the fiscal year ing to be held at 9 o'clock A. lM. kEORiGE Y. CORE
beginning October 1 1957 and end- (CST) July 29, 1957. (sai4 bdhiget Clerk Circuit Court -...
~ing September 30, 1958; after hay- on file in the office of the CIOe'k .,- By: Rosele askia, D. .
-ing considered all budget requests Circuit Court as advertised in the (CIRCUIT 0CU'RT SEAL) 4t-8-1
from all elected officials and de- Gulf County Breeze, lesue of ly 4t
apartment heads, the Clerk read 18, 1957). IN THE CIROUIT COURT,
each i em of expenditure and in- There being no further busi.ies, F'OURTEGNTF JUDICIAL
come. Upon motion of Comm. Har- to come before the oBard at this CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR GULF
.;L den, seconded by Comm. Strickland time, the meeting did then adjourn. COUNTY. PLORIDA
.... -and unanimously carried that said ATTEST: CITY 0 FPORT ST. JOE. a )
Tentative budget be approved and George Y. Core J. C. Price Mulicipality in the County of
That same be advertised according Clerk Chairmn Gulf, State of Florida,
FREE MUFFLER INSPECTION M.e ..says. :s"Sp
Mother says:. Taxpayers, Property Owners )
pQ4ut t a he city of
SPort st, jpe, I ug non- ) 321 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Fla.
M IDAS M ufflers My Faily Thrives On Dairy Foods Prtgow..o., ,, Reid Avenue POrt St. J.O Fln.
ve"orsubject to taxation therein,rty ) AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT
Made by international Parts Corp HOW CAUSE SUPER-RIGHT FULLY COOKED Half or Whole LB.
Made by International Parts Corp. TOR.ERT O SLOWTCAUS
THROTTGH 'TT1li STATE ATTOR-
The Otily Muffler That Is INRY FOR T i FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF SAIl)
STATE, THE SEVERAL PROPEr.
S For The Life TY OWNERS, TAXPAYERS. Cl
G a Rtee U TIZENS AND O'Tl ERS HAVING M 41
UoUf I 5 Yoiurrnr R CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TI-
STL OR IOUr NTEREST IN PR.OPER.
TY TO BE AFFECTED BY THE HYGRADE'S Delicious Vac. Packed Smoked
Prices Start As Low As LHIPROTEIN GOODNESS ISSUANCE BY THE CITY OF
39 3 The children love chocolate milk, and it's so PORT ST. JOE FLORIDA, OF E
F s $1 0h CF tL iurh+ BONDS HEREINAFTER MORI DRIED 4E E pn*g. 29C
nourishing for them, and rich cottage PARTICLARLY D E S C RIBED
cheese makes a wonderful quickyy" salad. OR TO BE AFFECTED IN ANY
Money The whole family raves about dessert, You and each o you are herebyHalf Gal.
topped with whiped cream. Delivered required to appear on the 16th day
to your door by ... of August. 1957, at 10:00 o'cock
S o to your door by ... a.m. before the Circuit Court of
FORGET MUFFLER WORRIES for the LIFE uIr Couaty, Florida, at the office
OF YOUR CAR The average muffler lasts 8 ai f the ciu Hall n Port St. Joe, Florida, and
months in this area the MIDAS MUFFLER JiL show caou why the prayer of the
LASTS AS LONG AS YOUR CAR. Pettion filed In the above entitled NABISCO
LASTS AS LONG AS YOUR CAR. t proceedings should not be granted
Phone 7-513 ALPorST DSt St. e, Florid and the proceed tngs authoribedzing VANILLA WAFERS 12 oz. ox 29c
Highland View Seri o Sta the nuance thereof validated and
cOnfrimed, said bonds consisting
Hofighland View Servicee HundredSeveaty-fiveThou HUDSON SOFT WHITE TABLE Box of 80
sand bollar.n ($175,000.00) Hospital
GULF OIL PRODUCTS Revenue Bonds. datledy August I
Authorized MIDAS Muffler Dealer In This Area teach ofn turinhe years 1958 to 172,gu
4- .Ih inclusive, bearing interest, 1
S .. payblt semi-annually, at such rate
as shal be determined upon the
., sale thereof, not in excess of six
per cent (6%) per antum, a more
particular description of said bonds LARGE CUBAN 2 FOR
being contained in the Petition fil-
ed in these proceedings.
DONE AND ORDERED at Port
St. Joe, Florida, this 22nd day of
//W.L. FZPATRICK A C 0 A
Judre of the Circuit Court of
.I. -Florida In and for Gulf --
9-P. Bedroom Gp. A MODERN SIZZLER .
Bed, Chest, Vanity, Bench, ', ONLY A FEW
Mattress and Box Springs, ONLY A FEW
2 Pillows and Spread P1 LEFT
Plenty of Picnic .
3-Piece Heavy Duty Weather Ahead
METAL PORCH SET $29.50 GALLON SIZE
Clider.and Two Chairs
9Piee 1.25Down 1THERMO JUG
Club Aluminum Set 1.25s Week Reg. 1.98
Your Choice Table Model 1.00 Down -
ARVIN RADIOS------ 1.00 Week B OX SPRINGS W- w"h polICY. 1 premium
9 and ,, th whole family' protected
LINOLEUM RUGS--$5 95 MATTRES *. wjn Gulf 1Lfe's j Family Plan
LIMITED SUPPLY EACH Here's the Gulf Life All-in-One Plan in a $5,000 protection, your wife $1320 and each
nutshell. You get permanent Life Insurance eligible child $1,000-for $12.68 a month.
Et B L.^ .-&.-. S.- 0.3'A N K E^' T $p Cat age e5 and, ?if you die, your fam- Newborn children will be included auto-
i'.,..riC" 'ilYs protection continues without further matically when 14 days old for $1,00'. at no
Electric BLANKET -preous. Your wife dd children areo n n
S-INGLE 1..... :, .-' ered by term insurance guaranteed convert- increase in premium!
EASY $ 1 9 .9 5 TERMS ible at expiration. Ask your Gulf Life Agent today auout the
EAS ~ T- -If real family protection's what you want, All-in-One Plan. You'll quickly join the
Reg Q 2995 DOUBE~ SIZE a.$44 h is the economical plan for you. Say many other Southerners who say, "GULF
Reg. $29.95 DOUBLE SIZE a. $44.95 you're 30 and your wife's 26. You can have LIFE That's MY Company!"
rlU I ........ 1 ... .. 7 4 A .Gu l f L i f e
M ODERN FURNITU E OMPANYr IstitutioSince 1911ome Office, e, d
B. A. "Doll" COLLIER DUREL BRIGMAN Now Over ONE BILLION DOLLARS of Life Insurance In Force
232 Reid Ave. Port St. J oe, Florida Phone 7-8231 JGiRElf. Jr.. Superintendent Stone Buildina. Box C
'll(Sll~B131811 '~ ---r -1-Y-Tc~T -s-l
Buzzetfs Drug Store
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
(Continued From Page 1)
C. F. Marlow, Karl Marshall, James
T. Ma-this, Franklin D. Mercer, Leo
B. Mercer, Lamar W. Moore, John
P. Morrison, William T. Mosely,
Jr., B. H. Munn, James P. McCall,
B. L. McCormick, Frank W. Mc-
,Donald, Everett W. McFarland, Ed
F. McFarlamd, Howard L. McKin-
non, Charles H. McKnight. Joseph
E. McLeod, W. 0. Nichols, Hosie
C. Owens, Jessie L. Owens, Everet-
te Owens, Jr., Donald B. Parker,
Tom E. Parker, Frank Pate, Jr.,
Fred Perry, George E. Philyaw. H.
C. Philyaw, Arthur J. Phurrough,
Jr., Lloyd Pitts, Grady Player, R.
G. Porter, Earl T. Pridgeon r., W.
C. Pridgeon, Harold L. Prim, Otis
R. Pyle, W. S. Quarles, E. D. Ram-
sey, B. E. Bawl, Doyle C. 1Re
f,,rd, Ralph BE, RiW ulubert Z !A-
::bard-, W B, Richardson, J. T.
Ricketson, F. G. Roberts, J. B. Rol-
lins, Vance Rogere, J. -W. 'S-ealey;
'J. 'D7 Sexton Leo G. Shealy, Mer-
rill BheriIl,"S. B. Shuford, J. T..
Simpson, Tom F. Smith, Charles
Smith, Jr., C. R. Smith, Wilbur L.
Smith, D. C. Smith, John C. Sow-
ers, Charles J. Stevens, Jr., Emory
L. Stephens. John H. Strickland,
Ralph A. Swatts, Fnenon Talley,
Melvert H. Taylor, 0. M. Taylor,
James L. Temple, Clifford Tharp3,
Willie L. Tharpe, Tom W. Thomp-
son, Blakely Thomason, Aubrey R.
Tomlinson, Jacpes C. Traweek, Rob-
ert H. Trawick, Thomas E. Vanda-
vender. Charles R. Wall, Woodrow
W. Walker, Gene L. Wellington,
William E. Whaley, Eugene C.,
White, John M. White, James Wi-
cker, Joe R. Wilkie, James T. Wil-
son, Charles C. Wilson, Burford R.
Williams, ohn R. Williams, W. C.
Williams, Goerge H. Wimberly,
James F. ise.
PRECINCT NO. 10
J. A. Alligood, Jesse Anderson,
Floyd A. Babb, Lonnie B. Bell, J.
0. Bragdon, Henry W. Branch, Har-
ry L. Brewton, Joseph L. Britt,
Lester W. Burkett, General L. Bur-
kett, James W. Burns, Joe L. Burns,
Mack H. Conger, Roy E. Cox, Ron-
ald A. Cox, Lawrence W. Cox, Dan
N. Creamer, Carl Dees, G. K. Dor-
many, Perry Elliot, Nelson Gardner,
Benjamin Roy Gibson, Jr., Burford
J. Griffin, Jessie Hallman, Benton
Hamm, James Lamar Hardy, -L. Z.
Henderson, F. L. Hill, T. W. Hinote
Ross Hudson, Willie B. Humphrey,
A. D. ernigan, Asbury M. Jones, Jr.,
Leo Kennedy, G. P. Lawrence, Ho-
zell D. Leavins, oTm Levins, Er-
nest L. Lightfoot, Joel B. Lovett,
Everett M.Fa'land, John E. Mc-
Kenzie, J. L. Maddox. M, G Mar-
tin, George H. Martin, Aaderson
W. Murphy, Hancel Norris, Curtis
O'Brian, George W. Padgett, Bas
com L. Presnell. Pelham S. RevIel,
Luke Sapp, Woodrow Shoots, Thom-
as C. Smith, Edgar L. Smith, C. D.
Spears, W. M. Stripling. Hubert
Stripling, Herman Siripliig S. J.
Taylor, R. L. Tull, Y. L.. Wages,
Emanuel Walker, Bill Walters, Har-
ley Ward, Fred Ward, Tony R.
Weeks, Byron.W. llder, John I. Wil-
liams, James B. Williams.
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tone lw sale Pi
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S HE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florlia
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
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Entered an seoond-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March S, 1879.
DIAL BAIU 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
Visit Ghost Town
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Burge, Linda
and Rudy, relived the days of the
old west in Ghost Town at Knott's
Berry Farm. Among the many in-
teresting places they visited on the
farm was the Music Hall, where
there is a collection of old music
boxes; also the famous painting by
Chrl.es Nahl, "Night Watch" is
housed there, The Burge family was
on a recent visit with Mrs. J. W.
Sanford, Niva .Clements and James
Sanford of Norwalk, California.
Visitors 'From Lutt
Mrs. Marc Fleishel and daughter
Miss Lynn Fleishel of Lutz, have
returned to their: home after spend-
ing a vacation at the beach. Miss
Judy. Fensom- retuned with them
for a visit: '
Visiting With Parents
S-Sgt.' Nolan -Rawls of Keesler
Air Force Base, Biloxi, Miss., is
visiting with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. E. Rawls and sister Jan for
.several 'days before, going to his
new assignment in- Alaska.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS QUtCK,
THRIFTY WAY TO PROFIT...
PLACE A WANT AD IN THIS
NEWSPAPER NOW TO REACH THOSE
THAT ARE LOOKINg FOR
Send. Th4 Star to a friend
WE MAODa lucky buy and pass the
Sisavings on toeo. At THIS special price you get a
complete Lt bufit for what.you may have
planned to shiod for a mattress alone! Be sure
to see a super value our bedding
dw- Srtment offers youth
f^ io Al, 0)
of 100 Miles
Baseball Teoms Are
Fed Chicken Barbecue
George G. Tapper aid J. Lamar
Miller entertained the members of
their Little Boys' Baseball teams
with a joint party last Saturday af-
Approximately 30 boys from the
teams, the Dozers and the Sockys
gathered at the Mexico Beach Pier
were they were fed on barbecued
'chicken and the trimmings. The
youths enjoyed games and swim-
ming during -the afternoon.
Guests at the party were the
managers of the two teams.
LOT FOR SALE: 100'x150' Located
only 5 miles south of Port St. Joe
just off U. S. 98 on Jones Home-
stead. Cash only $600. Phone 9-1190
FOR SALE: 'House trailer. In good
condition. Mrs. Paul Farmer, Oak
Grove. Phone 7-2565. ltc
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 220
6th St. Convenient to school and
town. Immediate occupancy. See
0. M. Taylor, Phone 7-9 6. 'tfe-7-11
FOR SALE: Lots for sale on block
94. Nos. 7, 8 and 9. 2 78 foot front-
age, 1 96 foot frontage. 178 feet
deep. Ph. 7-5374. 4tp-7-18
FOR SALE: 14 foot boat and trail-
er with all controls. Phone 7-5374.
P. S. Revells. 4tp-7-18
FOR SALE: Three bedroom, two
bathroom house. 1200 ft. of liv-
ing area plus. carport and breeze-
way. This house els about one year
old and in excellent condition.
Priced to sell for only $11,000.
FOR SALE: A nice brickerete
home on McClellan Ave. Situated
on two lots. Priced at $13,650.00.
$2,000 down and balance on long
FOR SALE: Two bedroom housp
In good section of Oak Grove,
Registered Real Estate Broker
Ph. 7-3491 221 Reid Ave.
FOR RENT: Two apartments at
beach. 1 air condition 1 not air
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAII 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
FOR RENT: Small furnished paart-
ment. Adults only. Mrs. Charles
Brown, Phone 7-4511 or 9-14631.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
newly redecorated. Mrs. Paul
Farmer. Oak Grove. Phone 7-25ui5.
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.
FOUND: on 16th Street, white rim
girls or ladies glasses. Owner can
have by paying for this ad at the
LAWNS MOWED: Call Jimmy Wil-
der, Phone 9-1903.
WANTED: Man for manager-train-
ee. Must have auto and high
school education., Union Finan:e
!OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors rc-
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfc6-2
'8ADE US that useless article for
something usefl. STOP and
Keys Made While You Wait
HUNTING & FI3HINGLICENSES
and E-Z TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
Ing money see us for anything
von need in your home. STOP and
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. O.
O. 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-
lag first and third Monday nights
00 p.m., American Legion Home
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddle,
High Priest. H. R. Malge, Secretary.
LEGAL AD /ERTISING
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
The FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY.
NOTICE'TO LTUGERMILO LARA,
WHOSE ADDRESS IS UN 0N OWN
On or before the 19th day of Au-
gust, A. D., 1957, the Defendant,
Lugermilo Lara, is required to
serve upon Silas R. Stone, Plain-
tiff's attorney, whose address is
821 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of, and file with
We Clarek Ws court lg1,ai
of, an answer to the Complaint. or
divorce filed against him herein
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said court at Wewahltchka, Gulf
County, Florida, this the 17th day
of July, A. D., 1967.
/// GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court 4t
AT MEXICO BEACH
4 lots between Highway and Beach. $2,000.00 each.
AT ST. JOE BEACH
Large furnished frame h6me on corner lot 90X100 feet. This
property' suitable for permanent home or summer rental.
Complete furnishings for large family. Ready for occupancy.
Terms $2,500.00 initial payment, balance $7,500.00 at 6% for
M. P. Tomlinson
403 MONUMENT AVE.
TEL. BAIl 7-3201
"Take A Holiday" From High Prices...
Bargains in every department!
Nearly 10 Cubic Feet of Useable Space
Spacious 43-pound Freezer
Convenient Door Pantry
Full-width Chiller Tray
* Tempered spring wire
coils with open mesh
cover for free air flow
A"' Reg. 1.49
* Tempered steel blades,
Firestone Home & Auto Supply
W. EELLS, Owner