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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: August 15, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Port St. Joe -The Ouflet Port for the ApaIechkicWl Choathoockh. Valley"


VOLUME XX


County Board Looks



Into Hospital Care,



For Gulf Indigents




Funds Fjr Project Would Be Provided on A

County and State Matching Basis


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ETAOIN SHRDLU

by WES.LEY R. RAMSEY

Just when is "dog days"?
Several people have asked me
that and I must confess I didn't
know. So to the encyclopedia I
went. According to that book of
knowledge, "dog days" is the hot-
test 40 days of summer. It la the
period of time when the star Sirius
is closest the earth. The book went
on to say that popular legend has
it that dogs are more likely to go
mad during this period of time.
The book scoffed at -his supersti-
tion, though, saying that dogs are
more likely to go mad during cool
weather than hot weather.
The name "dog days" comes from
the star Sirius being called the
"dog star". No set time was named
ps to when the star is nearest the
earth, its rotation around .the
earth not being on a strict sche-
dule.
We haven't looked for ithe star,
'but we would say that the first few
days of this week were definitely
in the "dog days" category.

fDoes your wit gu tishilg with,
you?
Mine has started.
T.he past few weeks sue bas been
puilting on her bermuda shorts and
climbing in the car to go with us
on Saturday afternoon.
Of course, like many a man, we
had grandiosevisions of having us
a built in paddler for fly-fishing
excursions, if we could teach her
to paddle. But, such was not the
.case. Now we find ourself in the
category of fish remover-he .who
removes the fish from the hook.
It's got to the' point where she
catches more fish than we do, be-
cause we spend half of our time
removing her fish from the hook.
1It's getting down righl embarras-
ing,
And when we move from one
spot to another because we are
not catching fish-and of course,
she is-we catch it in the neck.
Her usual gripe was 'that when
,I would go fishing-bachelor style
-on Saturday, I would come home
too tired to do anything, but eat,
bathe and go right to bed. Now
she is in the same category and
can't even rouse herself from slum-
i ber until around 8:30 on Sunday
morning.
It looks like we are going to
have to learn to paddle and teach
the little woman to fly fish.
Or maybe we should write a let-
ter to Dorothy Dix.

We understand that "he Countr
School Board has taken a qualified
teacher and set him up in a post
tion to stipulate where student
will go to school in the county-in
other words, a pupil assignment of-
ficer. We also understand, from re-
liable sources ,;hat his salary will
be around $6,000.00 a year.
'We are hereby offering our ser-
vices for the position for half that
salary. We feel confident that we
can. run our printing establishment
and at the same time hold down the
"time consuming" job of telling pu-
pils where they will go to school.

Like many other Americans, we
have tried to "ostrich" ourself by
this Civil Rights Bill. Like burying
our head in the sand would make
It go away.
But nobody should look over this
piece of legislation and dismiss it
as not pertaining to him.
We believe in the right of every
eitzien to vote. We shouldn't even
need such a thing as the Civil
Rights Bill for this to be common
practice. Such a bill would make
the Russians guffaw at our "free-
doms" it seems to us.
But the rest of the bill smacks
(Continued on page 8)


The Gulf County Board of Com-
missioners undertook to dig into
ithe operations portion of a propos-
ed indigent hospital payment plan
Tuesday at their regular meeting.
The Commission had tentatively
set up $4,850.00 in their 1958 bud-
get, a fund which was to be match-
ed by the State of Florida, for pay-
ing for hospital care for indigents.
A state representative of the
State Board of Health was on 'hand
to explain the State's part in the
plan.
The fund, which is set up on a
basis of 50c per capital of the coun-
ty population, will' be matched by
the State. The funds will be ad-
ministered by the county under the
supervision of the County Health
doctor, Dr. H. I. Langston. The
state man stated that there were
ample funds available for the pro-
gram. No limit as to how much
will be spent on one patient has
been set.
Dr. Langston added to the infor-
mation by stating that it is decided
whether a patient needs hospitali-
zation by a patent's family physi-
cian. If the health doctor deter-
mines that a patient probably ieeds.
hospitallza,tlon, the patient is turti-
ed over ,t his family physliiau
who alstlttrmines the need for
hospitalizai on. The doctor's work
done on a patient admitted -and
paid for by county fuuds, is free.
Former State Senat..r Georg .- G.,
Tapper appeared before the board
and stated that he had voted
against the bill when it was passed
in 1955. He stated as his reason
that the program would mushroom
in forthcoming years until in a
short period of time it would be-
come the largest item in the coun
ty budget.
Dr. Langston again defended the
program saying that it had been
in operation in Jackson County,
since it became law, and that the
fund had not been increased since
it had first begun. Langston stated
that no one got rich under the bill
since the funds would only provide
enough payment to cover actual
cost 'to the hospital. He stated that
doctors operating under the plan
would recieve no pay, but the bill
would take the burden off the hospi-
tals in caring for indigents who
could not afford to pay. Only acute
and indigent cases could receive
care under the plan, Langston said.

Physical Exams Aue Set
For Football Players

All boys who are planning on
participating in the football pro-
gram on the Junior High or the
Senior High level are to report
at the County Health Center on
Sixth Street, Friday, August 16
at 9:00 a.m.
Dr. H. I. Langston, County
Health officer will give physical
examinations at no cost to the
players.
No player may participate in
any practice session until he has
received a physical examina-
tion.


Weekly Calendar

Thursday, August 15, Rotary Club
at 12:15,
Friday, August 16, Oddfellows,
7:30 p.m.
Saturday, August 17, Retail' Mer-
chant's 'Division Golden Harvest
drawing, Frank Pate's Service S'a-
tion, 3:30 p.m. Jackpot $288.
,Sunday, August 18, Go to the
church of your choice.
'Monday, August 19, WSCS, 3:00
p.m. Boy Scouts, 8:00 p.m., Inter-
national Association of Machinis .
7:30 p.m. Moose, 8:00 p.m. Ameri-
can Legion.
Tuesday, August 20, City Commis-
sion, Lions, Kiwanis, 12:15 p.m.
All meetings and dates-furnish-
ed by the Port St. Joe Chamber
of Commerce.


SlUe acoy C


THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1957


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


County Board Accepts


Tax


NUMBER 50


Roll With Some Modifications


Saints End Season

On Home Diamond

Monday night the Port St. Joe
Saints completed their home games
of the 1957 Gulf Coast League sche-
dule with a victory over Wewa-
hltchka, 7 to 6.
Cliff Harper was the leading hit-
ter for 'the night with four hits for
four times at bat. Manager Ham
was the winning pitcher and Tom
McDaniel, the loser.
The team piled up a good aver-
age over the season both in hitting


and pitching.
The Saints 1
as follows:
NAME
Wilder
Rogers
Ogle
McKnight
Dowden
Smith
Huffman
P.hilyaw
Tyson
Williams
Harper
B. H. Hamm
Scott
Lanier
Murdock
Stevens
Mitchell
Team Average


batting averages are


PITCHING ,RECORDS
PITCHERS W
Bascom Hamm 9
M. Stevens 4
Others 2
Total 15

Future Citizens


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.375
.367
.345
.341
.328
.308
.294
.290
.466
.269
.256
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.200
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PICTURED ABOVE are the sons
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. McFarland.
They are Eddie, 7 and Larry 5.



Gulf County Schools Open September 2;

Teachers To Report On August 19


Football Practice

Starts Monday

,Coach Marion Craig announced
this week that football practice
will begin at 5:00 p.m. on August
19 for the Senior High Squad. The
Junior High squad will start prac-
tice on September 2,.
Morning and afternoon sessions
will be held starting on August 20.
The morning session will be limit-
ed to ten 50 yard wind sprints.
These sprints may be run at a ime
convenient to the individual play-
ers. The afternoon sessions will
feature the Oilowing aspects of
football as the Lime element per-
mits: Conditioning exercises and
drills, individual and team offen-
sive drills individual and team de-
fensive drills, punt coverage and
punt returns, kick-off coverage and
kick-off returns, individual and
team pass defense, Individual and
team pass offense, reaction drills,
extra point drills, field goal drills,
quick kick drills, signal drills and
wind sprints. Lectures will be in-
terspersed as time permits.
Coach Craig predicts 45 boys will
report for the opening practice,
The following 20 lettermen are
returning this year: Ends; Frank
Fletcher, Billy Dentop. David Mus-
selwhite, 'Larry .Porter. Tackles:
Larry Henley, Fred Griffin, Terry
Hinote. Guards; Sonny Chafin, Ken
Hurlbut, Alex Gaillard, William Lu-
cas. Centers; Charles Boyer, Bill
Chism. Quarterback, Jackie Mit-
chell. Halfback; Ross Hudson, Rich-
ard Zipperer, Ward Richards, Ron-
nie Young. Fullback; Wayne Tay-
lor, Willie Daniels. Manager, Ken-
ny Marlowe.
Coach Craig says, "I believe that
we will have a team that will give
a good account of itself on 'the foot-
ball field. There may be wholesale
personnel changes made. We will
endeavor to have our eleven beat
football players on the field at all
times. Positions previously played
and position aspirations will not
govern player selection. The boys
who exhibit the qualities of a foot-
ball player will get priority."
-K
Infant Son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Porter Dies

The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence W. Porter of Pori St.
Joe died in a Panama City hospital
Saturday afternoon.
He is survived by his parents.
'three brothers, Larry, Terry and
Daniel; one sister. Sally, all of
Port St. Joe; grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. D. Core of Ivan; and Mr.


PICTURED ABOVE are the chil- and Mrs. W. R. Porter of St. Au-
dren of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Butlt- gustine.
ram. They are, back row, left to !Services were held Sunday after-
right, Morris 10, Tom 8. Front row, noon in the Zion Baptist Churcna
Julie 5 and Debra 3. near Crawfordville.


Trammell Tells Rotarians of Proposed Work of Gulf

County Pest Control Program and Finance Problems


F. E. Trammell, head of the Gulf garbage fill activities, which ara
County Pest Control District, told determined as permanent control
the Rotary Club Thursday at their for mosquitoes and other insects.
regular weekly luncheon meeting Trammell said that plans were
of some of the things that Gulf now completed to start ditching
County could expect from the Pest activities to eradicate the salt
Control organization, marsh mosquitoe, which is most
Trammell dwelled at some length common in this area. Trammell said
on the financing of the project. In that the breeding places have been
the past,'the City of Wewahltchka located and plans made to destroy,
has contributed $1,500; the City of perpetually, the larvae laid by the
Port St. Joe $5,000 and the county salt marsh mosquitoe. He said the
$11,500 to finance the project. This program is on the brink of attain-
all was matched by the state with ing the goal it started out to do.
$23,500. But, he stated, as long as there is
Trammell outlined the three pro: a mosquitoe nuisance in Florida,
jects of the system. Number one it will be necessary to take steps
was mosquito control, which is com against their breeding.
posed of temporary control, such as Trammell said that the program.
spraying; dogfly control spraying now faces a lack of money, what
breeding places and ditching and with both Wewahitchka and Port


St. Joe wishing to withdraw their
financial support of the project.
He declared that the argument that
the spraying was doing no good
was becoming valid, but stated that
this was no reason to draw out of
the project. Trammell said that the
mosquitoes develop an immunity to
poisons after a while. He said the
program leaders knew this, but
were only planning to spray until
they were financially able to take
permanent measures.
Trammell urged the backing of
citizens in the project in view of
the ultimate goal promised. .
Guests of the club were Gene
Austin of Apalachicola; Bill Bailey
of Panama City and Ed Moore, Flor
ida Forest Service officer from Tal-
lahassee.


Dowd, Paper Company


Compromise On Points


The Gulf County Board of Commissioners Tuesday ended
a month long controversy over the 1958 tax rolls of Gulf County
by accepting a revised version of the original model. The revised
rolls contained corrections made from the objections of Joseph
V. Dowd and the St. Joe Paper Company who claimed inequities
in the original version as set up by the Tax Assessor, Samuel
A. Patrick.


The working school year for
teachers begins on Monday, August
19, at 8:30 a.m. The teachers will
report to their assigned school's at
this time. Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday will be spent by the
teachers in the individual schools.
Thursday and Friday, August 23
and 24 all teachers in the county
will meet at the Highland View
Elementary School for a two day
work shop.

,First graders will start to
school three days before the oth-
er grades. They will go Wednes-
day, August 28, Thursday, Aug-
ust 29 and Friday, August 30. For
these three days they will start
at 8:30 and be dismissed at 11:30.
Regular school sessions will start
on September 3.

School for the students iflarts on
Tuesday, Sept. 3-at 8:35 a.m. It is
requested that transfer pupils (pu-
pils who did not attend either the
Port St. Joe High School or the
Port St. Joe Elementary School
last school year) who are going to
enter the high school 'this year re-
port to the high school some time
during the school day on Friday,
August 30 for classification and as-
signment. This will be done to
avoid the rush on opening school
day and thereby giving more inill
vidual attention to each transfer
student.
Classes at the high school will
be in session for a regular school
day with lunch being served in the
lunch room.


Local Harbor Work Is

In Appropriations Bill

PHerbert Brown, Chairman of the
Port Development Committee of
the Port St. Joe Chamber of Com-
merce, advises that a telegram has
been received from Senators Spes-
sard L. Holland and George Sq i
thers, advising that the Senate on
August 8 passed Public Works Ap-
propriations Bill which included
language requesting the Corps of
Engineers to include in their next
budget an appropriation for deep-
ening and widening St. Joseph's
Bay channel.
This information was wired to
Harry H. Saunders, who represent-
ed the Port Development Commit
tee in appearing before the Senate
Appropriations Committee in be-
half of this project.
41
Visit In Altha
Mr. and Mrs. 'Floyd Roberts visi-
ted with Mr. Roberts's mother, Mrs.
Ben Roberts in Altha Sunday. Their
daughter Linda and Carolyn Smith
returned home with them after
spending a week with Mrs. Roberts.

0O TO CHURCH SUNDAY


a corporate limits. He was inform
ed by Attorney Gaskin that the
limit was one-half acre. Roche then
asked how block' 84, lots number
6, 4, 5 and 18 in Port St. Joe be-
longing to Joseph V. Dowd was
listed. Patrick said that the home
and three of the lots were home-
stead exempt at $4,500.00 and that
the fourth lot was on the tax rolls
for $200.00 Roche pointed out to
the Tax Assessor that the area in
question was 850 square feet more
than one acre and that only one-half
acre was allowed tax exempt under
the law.
'Attorney Dcilkens then took the
floor and explained that the error
was his since he had filed Dowd's
return. Dickens said that he had
neglected to measure the property
in question, but that otherwise h3
had taken every step to see that
Dowd came up to the requirement
of the law before preparing the
case against the assessor. Dickens
said that most of the lots in Port
St. Joe were on an average of one
sixth of an acre each and he had
gone on that assumption in making
the return.
After all the discussion, Commis-
sioner E. C. Harden Sr., made a
move, seconded by Commissioner
George Cooper to accept the tax
roll as it now stood. All voted aye.
Commissioner Harden made ano-
!ther motion, seconded by Cooper
that the Assessor be instructed to
revise the 195'8 tax roll and secure
any assistance needed in the county
and that the Board offer any asis,
stance needed. Commissioner A. J.
Strickland voiced his opposition,
but when the vote was called, he
declined to vote one way or the
other.
So that's the way it stands-for
the present, at least.
-K
2 Car Collision At White
City; No One Injured

'Harry H. Saunders was shaken
up Tuesday morning about 9:15
a.m. when his auto collided with
a car driven by Gene Bradley, 17
year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ear-
nest Bradley of White City.
According to highway patrolman
Travis Aplin, Bradley came up on-
to the highway from the Highland
View Baptist Church and ran in
front of the car driven by Saunders
who was on his way to Wewahitch-
ka to attend the County Commis
sion meeting.
Young Bradley was taken to the
Municipal Hospital but was releas-
ed upon examination. He was only
shaken up by the experience. Saun-
ders. suffered no ill effects other
than bumped knees.
,Both cars received front end
damages. Total damages to both
cars was about $700. '

Fuller Wins Again;
Saturday Drawing At Pates
Stanley Fuller of St. Joe Beach
became a winner for the third time
Saturday in the Port St. Joe Retail
Merchants Golden Harvest pro-
gram. Fuller was awarded $107.00
on a 30% ticket Saturday.
The drawing this week will be
at Pates' Shell Service Station at
3:30 p.m. The jackpot will be $288.
The barrel of tickets will be
completely emptied on the first
Saturday in each month beginning
Saturday, September 7. This is to
offer a better chance of winning
by eliminating dead coupons.


71-


County attorney David Carl Gas-
kin began the meeting by asking
tax 'assessor Samuel A. Patrick if
he had changed the tax rolls to
meet with the demands made by
the complaining parties. Pa'rick
answered that he had. Gaskin then
asked attorney Ben Dickens, attor-
ney for Joseph V. Dowd if he had
examined the 'tax rolls and wa.;
satisfied with the findings. Dickens
said that due to the length of the
tax roll he had not been over every
item, but that insofar as he was
able to determine with the exami-
nation he was able to make, the
tax rolls still did not come up to
his clients demands but that they
would accept the roll as it was in
order that the county budget could
be set. He said that they especially
didn't wish to jeopardize the school
in getting into operation.
Patrick reported that he had
added intangible and tangible per-
sonal property tax to the rolls after
the investigations made to him last
week at the second of three tax
hearings.
RIarry H. Saunders, vice-president
of the St. Joe Paper Company who
was objecting to the tax rolls due
to inequities said that his company
would accept the tax roll as it stood
and would make no further com-
plaints of .the roll. He said that his
company had taken the schools in-
to consideration and would not fur-
ther hinder the acceptance of the
roll for their sake. He stressed
that the matter should be more
thoroughly examined for next year.
'He said glaring inequities were evi-
dent and hoped that a thorough
study and revision of the tax rolls
would correct these before the 1958
roll was brought.
Saunders said that it was his
opinion that the property in Gulf
County could be properly assessed
by the local people. He also stressed
the point that the assessor could
do a better job of it. He offered the
assistance of the Gulf County Con-
tinuing Education Council financial
committee along this line.
Saunders further urged that the
assessor not wait until late in the
year to tackle the job, but to get
at it forthwith.
Attorney Dickens read a letter
from Joseph V. Dowd, who was
not present at the meeting. The let-
'ter, in part, read, "Although the
well planned delaying tactics of our
Tax Assessor are enough to try the
patience of Job, he has not altered
my determination to continue our
effort to compel him to comply
with the law.
"The tax rolls, even after the
modifications which have been for-
ced upon the Assessor with your
cooperation, are still a travesty on
justice and equity, and we should
be ashamed of ourselves for per-
mitting them ,to stand as they are."
Dowd went on to say that in the
light of some progress toward his
goal, that he would not carry the
matter to court, He assured the
Commission that the work by him
would continue until his goal had
been reached in the next year's
tax roll.
Dickens apologized for taking up
so much !ime with details, but sta-
ted that their case was drawn up
with the view in mind of placing a
mandamus suit against the Tax As
sessor if sa-isfaction was not re-
ceived.
W. C. Roche appeared before the
Board and asked for the limit
of property that could be included'
in a homestead exemption witY'n








.. "OM ifroum Bioinnt.town, y will be'glad to leara that't h6 l rut to kearrnhNlle
Mr. and Mrs, ,Cb.ier AdabiA and much Iniproved after undergoing Clinton Cox and sons, Jimmy and
l View Forest Van Camp visited last Week surgery at the Chipley hospital. Gene spent Sunday in Wakulla
PHONE BSAI 7-4662 win Lake Wales with fehnds and James R. Wathen, Jr., of Free- county.
PHONE BA 75 relatives, port, Texas, nephew of Mrs. Clin- AIC and Mrs. Lowell Chambers
By MRS.EUAROGES Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehandme- ton Cox, visited them Friday en- of 'St. Johns Newfoundland an-.
r -- stored to Panama City Saturday on
Bill Ayers, son of Mr. and Mrs. business
IL F. Ayers is visiting friends in business. --
Oriental Gardens at Orlando., Mrs. Hilda Moder 4na daughter
Mrs. Gene Adkins and Mrs. Ruth are spending the weke with her sis- -,
Williams visHed Mrs Adkins m ler and family, Mr. and Mrs, Eu-
Williams visited Mrs, Adkins me t ge Pateno.
tter in Panama City Tuesday, Mrs. gene Adkins. They are from Pana-
ther in Panama City Tuesday, Mrs. .uy Cy .
Tilda Mime. ma City. .
Mr. and Mrs. E, R. Mann and Mr, and Mrs. Leroy Stokes and ,
children visited in Panama City Sat- daughter of Mobile, Ala., spent last .
urday, week with her mother and grand- f '
Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Brown and parents, Mrs. Seawnight and Mr.
children have moved to Alford and Mrs. Rents.
where Mr. Brown has accepted the Mrs. Mary Henderson of West-T
pastorate of the Assembly of God ville has just returned home after
Church. a visit with her daughter and fam-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Story and ily for two weeks, Mr. and Mrs. .
children have moved to Jones Ba- J. E. Patterson.
you where they have built a new The friends of Mrs. Ruby Howard
home. Iwho is in the Municipal Hospital irin-':J ian,,e iril rntru.:cor lACK \ EBB anspets bthe ic of
We welcome Mrs. Mary Burch hope her a speedy recovery. DON DUBBINS in "T-HE D, L". Warner Bros, prcse nado.
and daughter to our community The friends of Mrs. Houston Lol-


FINAL SUMMER


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1 Rack Dresses------$5.95
Reg. up to $14.95
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Reg. up to $16.95
1 Rack Dresses--- $9.95


LADIES'
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SWIM SUITS

PLAY CLOTHES
LADIES' SKIRTS
LADIES' BLOUSES


2


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Men's

SPORT SHIRTS
ARROW
MARK TWAIN
Reg. $2.95
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Reg. $2.95 4 |
and $3.50 _P A 99

Men's 10 Oz.

DUNGAREES

$1.95

Men's
CHAMBRAY

SHIRTS



$1.00


ALL MEN'S

Swim Trunks


$2.00 Pr.


MEN'S
CREPE SOLE SHOES -- 2.98
1 Lot
MEN'S SHOES ---- $4.95
1 Lot Children's
WHITE SHOES ---- $2.95
1 Table Not All Sizes
BUSTER BPOWN SHIRTS -- 79c
1 LOT
CHILDREN'S DRESSES Price
1 LOT MEN'S $3.95 to $5.95 Values
Long Sleeve Sport Shirts -- $2.95
NEW
Fall Shades CORDUROY yd. 79c
BOY'S
Tom Sawyer PANTS -- $1.95
LADIES'
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Boy's Tom Sawyer

SPORT SHIRTS

One Group ----97c
One Group --- $1.29
One Group --$1.79

MEN'S

SUMMER

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$4.99
Sizes 28 to 82
Other Sizes Broken
Small Alteration Charge,


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nounce the birth of a daughter on
August 8, She is the former Mise
Bernice Brown of Carrabelle. Mrs.
Chambers is a slater of Mrs, Dan-
iels.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. White and
children visited In Bonifay over
the week end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Besley Palmer.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cumbie hon
ored Sylvia Stanley of Marianna
Wednesday, who was visiting her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs, Dan
Hatfield, with a beach party, and
weiner roast. Those attending were
Gene and Jimmy Cox, Lewis Rog-
ers and Pinky Whitfield.
Mrs. Ruth Williams and daugh-
ters, Mary Ruth and triplets, Laura
Lee, Lenora Sue, Linda Lou of Fort
White are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. H. Kelly and son, Mr.
and Mrs. Gene Adkins.
Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Riley of Mil-
'ton stopped for a short visit Mon-
day with Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Yeager.
James Edward Patterson and
Junior Peacock of Graceville visit-
ed the Walter Armstrongs over the
week end.
Mrs. J. W. Wooten of DeFunlak
Springs has been visiting her daugh-
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hewett.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McAdams of
Tallahassee visited their daughter
and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Mann.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Griffin of
Fort Myers is visiting his parents
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Griffin.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Richards and
daughter returned from Gainesville
for the remainder of the summer.
He has been attending the Univer.
sity of Florida there.
Glenn Gairett has returned from
Florida State University in Talla-
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cream, cake and punch were served
Those invited were Holly, Judy
and Becky Hen'drix, David Maza-
rol, Billy Herring, Lenorb Ann
Smith, Jo Beth Hammock, George
Anchors, Charlotte Marshall, Phyl,
lis Tomlinson, Carol Ann Gr te,
Linda Grace, Julie Buttram, Debbie
Buttram, Cathy .Sutton, Nancy Rich-
ards, Carolyn Ann Lamberson, Ka-
ren King, Brenda Wall, Judy Stone,
Brenda Paffe, Midge Howell, Ricky
Comforter, Donnie Maddox, Buddy
Hendrix, Dennis Atchison, Domana
Parker, Joy Parker and Debbie
Gilbert.
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Hubert Cumble is visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rooks
in Chipley.
Mrs. A. B. Rhames is on her way
to Albuqque, New Mexico. She
is going to visit her son, Mr. and
Mrs., Lynwood Rhames and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Patterson
and family are visiting In Bonifay
'this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grissett and
sons of Springfield visited Mr. and
Mrs. James Grissett Monday.
Miss Carl Jean Miles is attend-
ing the Assembly of God youth
camp in Panama City.
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Strange of
Calloway spent Sunday with his
brother and family, Mr. and Mrs.
P. G. Strange.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Morris of
Orlando was visiting Mrs. Morris
sister and family over the week
end, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Arm-
strong and family.
Mrs. Claude Grissett of Jackson-
ville, N. C., is visiting her son and
family, Mr. and Mrs. James Gris-
sett.
Mrs. Ira Odell Cook and Mrs.
Earnest Hauner of Altha visited
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davis and chil-
dren Sunday.
Mrs. John B. Henning and grand-
daughter Sarah Jones of St. Pe
tersburg is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Strange and
her sister and brother, Mr. and
Mrs. Cawthon Williams, Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Strange.
Mavis Bu'tts of Pensacola visit-
ed her parents Tuesday, Mr. and
Mrs. Butts and family.
ARE YE ABLE IS TOPIC
OF WSCS STUDY
The meeting of the Highland
View Woman's Society of Christ-
ian Service met at the home of
Mis. W. C. Forehand on Thursday,
August 8 at 8 p.m.. Mrs. A. B.
Pratt called the meeting to order.
The group sang a hymn, "Are Ye
Able". Mrs. W. H. Weeks read the
scripture taken from Mark 6:7-13.
Mrs. Eula Rogers read the medita-
tion, "Christ Sent His Disciples to
Witness for Him". The theme for
the program wa entitled, "A Visit
To A Mission Field" read by Mrs.
'Pratt followed with the reading of
a prayer, "For t'he poor and out-
cast of our land". Miss Mary Wil-
liams, a visitor, read a song entitled
"Lord Speak To Me That I May
Speak". The business followed. The
meeting nights for the society will
be the fourth Thursday of each
month at 8 p.m. Next meeting will
be on Sept. 26.
The meeting closed with the
group joining hands and praying
the Lord's Prayer. The hostess ser-
ved coffee and cake to all present.

Holly Barr Observes
Fifth Birthday
Mrs. Herbert C. Brown-entertain-
ed with a birthday 'party Monday
morning honoring her granddaugh-
ter Holly Barr on her fifth birth-
day.
The party was held on the lawn
of the Brown home with Brenda
Ward, Alice Land and Carol Lee
Armstrong sewing. Favors of bub-
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A. These firms did not file a return; would take at least six months; (Continued on page 6)


MINUTES OF THE
COUNTY COMMISSION

The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida met
this date, pursuant -to recess taken
on the 22nd lday of July, 1957; the
Board acting ln the capacity of the
Board of Equalization, continuing
a public -Hearing on the 1957 Tax
Roll. t
The following members present:
J, C. Price, Chairman, E. C. Harden,
Sr., A. J. Strlckland, George W.
Cooper and G. S. Croxtom The
Clerk, Sheriff, Attorneys,. Road-
Supt., County Engineer and the
Hon. Samuel A. Patrick,, Tax As-
sessor.
Other present and taking part in
the meeting were: Mr. Joseph V.
Dowd, Hon. Benjamin H. Dickens,-
Attorney for Mr. Dowd, Mr. Harry
H. Saunders, representing tha St.
Papaer Company and Mr. Georg,
G. Tapper. A number of visitors
not taking part in the meeting .were
also present.
The meeting came to order at
9:05 A. M.
The C(Aairman announced. that
this meeting is for the purpose
of continuing the Public Hearing
on the 1957 Tax Rool, that was re-
ceased on the 22nd day of July,
1957, in which Mr. Joseph V. Dowd
and Mr. Harry H. Saunders had
made certain request with refer-
ence to tangible and intanigble per-
sonal property taxes that were o-
mitted from said Tax Roll, and
asked the Tax Assessor if he had
checked on all such tax properties.
The Tax Assessor announced that
he has checked on every person


Mr. Dickens then proceeded to Mr. George G. Tapper appeared
question the Tax Assessor at before the Board and said that he
length: Q: Do you have the capital should make a few remarks in this
stock of the following corporations matter because he has been invol-
on your Tlax Roll, to-wit,:., Gulf ved in this matter and stated that
Model Hardware and Supply Co.; as he sees it, democracy is in pro-
St. Joe Auto Parts, Inc., Modern gross in this hearing; that Mr.
Furniture Co.; St.- Joe Furniture Dowd should be congratulated for
and Appliance Co., St. Joe Building bringing these things to the atten-
and Houseing Co.; St. Joe Stever- tion of the Board; but that our Tax
during Comiptany; Model Homes, Assessor is doing exactly as the


as listed on the list of names that
Mr. Dowd presented to the Board
at the meeting of July 22, 1957, and
every name on. the list that Mr.'
iSaunders presented" at the" same
meeting; that he has increased the
-axable property from $11,995,101.00
o 412,057,914.00.
Mr. Joseph V. )Dowd appeared
before the Board and stated that
the list of 625 names of persoris
not appearing on the 1957 Tax Ro;!
as owning Personal property as
filed with this Board, two weeks
ago, and a copy being filed witt the
Tax Assessor; that the Tax Asses-
sor has been very busy the past two
weeks, and said that the Tax Asses-
sor should be congratulated for his
good work in contacting these peo-
ple listed on the list, which was
Assuring him of 625 votes on the
next election; that the Tax Asses-
sor ought to thank him for this;
that only 10 names were added
to the Tax Roll as owning Personal
property and said this show that
nothing bas been accomplished to
broaden our Tax Roll, which proves
to. be very rlliculous.. Mr. Dowd
then turned his cace over to his At
torney, the Hon. B. H. Dickens. Jr.
Mr Dickens announced that with
the permission of the Tax Assessor
and the Board, he wanted to ask
the Assessor some questions with
reference to the 1957Tax Roll and
requested that he be sworn- -
Whereupon, the Tax Assessor was
the sworn by the Clerk.


Mr. Dickens then named a num-
ber of individuals and asked the
Tax Assessor it lie knew these peo-
ple owned stock in certain firms.
Mr. Patrick said he did not know
this, but 'he did know that some
of these people did Work for those
firm. (
Q: Have you any Class "D" per-
sonal property on he roll, such as
leases, lease holders, contract hold-
ers, notes or Bank Accounts.
A: No.
Q : Hae you listed any estates of
deceased persons on the Tax Roll.
A: No
Q: Do you think you have all the
Boats on- the Tax Roll.
A: I think so.
After further discussion between
Mr. Dickens, the Tax Assessor and
the Board, Mr. Dickens requested
the Board to allow another exten-
sion of time to allow him to further
examine the Tax Roll and stated
that in his opinion, the Tax Rollis in
no shape for the Board to take ac-
tion on it at this time, and further
requested the Board to direct the
Tax Assessor to put all promissory
notes that are being held in Gulf
County on the Tax Rolu because
that makes up 90% of the com-
merce in Gulf County, and to make
any other corrections that is neces-
sary.


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1956. This Jax no
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-; U rt OF P "Rt 6 poaits o) the OtitietBa Poderal at Returns Proni New York Mrsc IPaiirplk: T a11ii d Child Mri. anh Mr, TV Sosro of dary.,
COUNTY COMMISSION vings and Loan Association. Wilmer Thur'bay returned from yen Robbie and kite of Fort Wal id., and daughter Susan and Lynn
(CmW a From ld s) *6.. The commission of the cash de, New York City last week where he ton Beach and Dennis MsKinnon ot and George Beaman of Indianapo-
lnttely neW TgV Rtl fli- 1958 and i~ rate particular property listed a4 had been a guest of General Motors 'Pensacola are the guests of Mr. and is, Ind.,weie las week gvuet of
any taxable property Is found that homestead exempt. in a sight seeing tour of the largest Mrs. B. H. Mu.nnl t a cottage Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Beanan of
should have been on the 1957 tax County should first have a commit- city in the world. Wilmer won the Mexico Beach.
Roll, that it be added to the 1958 7. Failure of the Tax Assessor trip in a district sales contest. Hunter Circle. Mrs. Rosco is the
(tax roll; that the law provided his to value all property at an equal L'dvertising doesn't cost-It PAYS sister of Mrs. Beaman.
niethld of taking care of ommio- rate particular property listed as TARANTO-ROUX
0ous. bomestead exempt. .Apalachicola-Mr. and Mrs. Joe .110 to.k9'40.to- '- -. .
Mr. John C. Arbogast appeared 8. Failure of the Tax Assessor Taranto announce the engagemani
before the GoarId ald'aaked If a per- to request a list of intangibels from and approaching marriage of theiu BEA M A PLUMBING VICE
on should file a return onll the Cmptroller daughter Miss Dolores Taranto, to EA AN LUMBING SERVICE
property and wanted to knoe what Mr. Dickens said they would not Louis L. Roux, son of Mr. and Mrs. 110 HUNTER CIRCLE
100% value in. No one cold an- recommend outside appraisers to S. F. Roux of this city. The wedding
swer this question. come into Gulf County and make will be an event of September 4 Licensed Plumber
Mr. Harry H. Saunders represen- appraisals, because it would cost at 3:30 p.m. in the afternoon at St.
ting the Si. Joe Paper Company to much, but if this was done, the Patrick's Catholic Church in Apa- Can Handle Any Type Plumbing, Small or Large
filed the same return for 1957 as it Countyshould first have a commit- lachicola. 15 Years Experience
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and the Company did not object appraisers. Prim have been Mr. and Mrs. S PHONE BAIl 7-2541 At Anytime
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ject to he increase of 1/3 unless all vise from the Attorney, there was a and Mrs. Paul Meadows of Birming-
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steadexempt property, is increased by Comm. Croxton and upon vote
the amount. Mr. Saunders nitmed was unanimously carried, that 'e __
several pieces of property that no Board recess until 9 o'clock A. M.,
increase had been made from 1956 the 13th of August to further study
to 1967 and thn requested that all 'the tax roll and to inspect the
property be increased by 1/3 over properties and hear complaints and
the 1A56 Tax Roll. direct the tax assessor to re-evaluae
Mr. W. C. Roche appeared before all properties on which testimony B
the Board and said that he did not has been given and to investigate
'believe that their was a man in all personal and real property hold-
Gulf County that could fairly assess Ings in the County which have been
all the property In the County, and ommited or underassessed.
recommended that Count employ Whereupon, the Board did then
an outside firm to make assess- recess until August 13, 1957, at 9:00
meant on all property. A .
The Chairman then asked if any
person thought their assessment GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
wa too high or too low, if so to
please come forward and register 0A _ii
Mr. Joseph V. Dowd protested the in
commissionn of the following tax- A
able property from the appropriate l ALL ELK I
tav roll.
1. The Capital Stock of all corp- C- J A11
orations in Gulf County, includiaH
'but not limited to the following Q


nature Co., St. Joe Furniture & Oml S A LE S A L E
Appliance Co., St. Joe Building and m .sRD
gHousing Co.,SIL Joe Stevedoring T
Company and Model Homes,nc., THREE DAYS ONLY THURSDAY,FRIDAY SATURDAY
and B. B. & G. Co.., Inc.


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_l_ s "u.--^-add ie -Ar i 'THIt AAft, Ior t 01. J 6. THURSDAD AtJ .iS i1' "" Isho cause, if you can, why said in the former election shall be rotU
Skins ilece returned hoine with petition should not be granted. ed on again.
E them to spend several da e wth Health Department Warns emergency. t This order to be published for R. W. HENDERSON 4t
O tt .. .. Dr. Sowder stated that he had four consecutive weeks in The Star, City Auditor and Clerk 8-15
Mrs. Stella Norris and daughter Of Possible Flu Epdemc been keeping in close touch with a newspaper published in said Gull -
Juanita spent several days in Pan-. county, Florida. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
City Should Stay In Pest Control Business ama City visiting wlht Mr. and Mrs "Florida may be in for an epidem- ihe situation. He noted that two Witness my hand and official sea] GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA.
B .iimild cases of Asiatic influenza had this 5th day of August, 1957. IN CHANCERY.
James Broome. ic of Asiatic influenza in month or been found recently in Miami a- GEORGE Y. CORE MAMIE GAF KNEY,
To do it, or not to do it. That is the question faced now Edgar Dees and sister Betty, mr- so," said State Health Officer, Wil- among travellers from Chile. This or Clerk Circuit Court Plaintiff,
by the City Commission as to whether or not they should enter toed to Panama City Friday oT. power, today, n issu ng a similar incidence, could be the (S By: ROS 4t-8-8 W TER ELLIS AFNEY,
into participation in the Gulf County Pest Control District for business. ate's s.ysix county health e- epark that would ignite an epidemic," -(_L- ALTDefendant.
In Miss Carol Young, daugh-ter of state's sixty-six county health sp-ark that wl iDefendant.
another year to the tune of $5,000.00. The big question facing Mr and Mrs. E. B. Young spent I apartments, making recommenda- the health officer ta ted. NOTICE OF REGU LARO NOTICE OF DIVORCE
c n -"Until now the diease'has been MUNICIPAL ELECTION NOTICE TO: WALTER i"L.iS
the Commission is, "what is the city getting for its $5,000.00?" several days visiting with Mrs, tions for measures he felt should be very wild," said Dr. Sowder. "Un- Notice is hereby given that the GAFFNEY, whose place of ri-
'And another (ri<.stiiiri raised was, "Why should Port St. Joe pay Carolyn Hanlon, daughter of Mr. taken in preparation for such an less a change in virulence occurs, First Primary for the office of two dence is 1412 Fourth Avenue, So." t,
$5,000,00 out of its tax income for something for the entire county." and Mrs. Richard Hanlon in Pan- those contracting Asiatic Influenza (2) City Commissioners, one (1) in Birmingham, Alabama.
All hard questions -to answer. But both very definitely pertinent ara City.with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dykes may expect to get well in a few also for the election of one (1) tember, A. D. 1957, the defedalt,
questions. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Taylor, Mr. and and family and Mr. and Mrs. Allen days." .. I Mayor-Commissioner, will be held Walter Ellis Gaffney, is reqsir. Id
To answer the first question, we would like to quote a few 'Mrs. Hubert Kaiser and daughter H. Norris and family. The health officer informed he at the City Hall Fire Station in the to serve upon Hon. Cecil G. 0- n,
To answer the first question, we would lke to quote a few "5 anCity of Port St. Joe, Florida on Jr., plaintiff's attorney, who- -
excerpts from a speech made by F. E. Tram'ell before the Port Freida Ann and Mr. and Mrs.. Edgar and L. C Dees motored to county health department directors y of a eptemer 10, 1957loridress is Reid Avenue, Port St- -e,
excerpts from a speech mae y r me eore e Ray attended the birthday dinar- Panama City Monday on business, that only a smallI supply if vaccae The polls will'dopen at 8:00 o'clock Florida, a eopy of and file wa e
St. Joe Rotary Club last Thursday. Trammell talked on this sub- o Mrs L. P. Ray of Altha Sunday Cliff Stripling and son, Malcomb effective against Asiatic influenza A.M. and close at 7:00 o'clock P.M. Clerk of said Court, the orig-e f
ject and he knows the ,ibj .[liv,. and operation of the Pest Con- Mrs. Helen Broome of Panama .spent the week end in Geneva, Ala., will be available in the next sixty Eastern Standard Time. an answer to the bill of comnlaiat
trol program since he has been the head of that organization City spent the week end visit ;g -visiting with friends and relatives, days. This is due, he said, to the When there are mor ie than two filed against my herein.
,candidates for any one office and WITNESS my hand and omlc~i
since its inception five years ago. Trammell had been advised with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. D. Levins and daughter fact that American vaccine manu- neither shall receive a majority of seal of said Court at Wewahitek. a,
of some f the questions raised by the City C n ad Hansel Norris. Regina are spending a few. days in facturers had to start "from the total votes cast for such office, Gulf County, Florida, this 29th day
believof some of the queplans to be at the next meeting Tuesday night to dis- Mr. and Mrs. Ivis Pinter and Bonifay visiting with friends and scratch." No vaccine against thethen another election shall be held o July, A. D. 1957.
children of Homestead are visiting family, new strain of virus existed until one week from thedate of the firstEO E Y. CRE
election, or September 17, 1957, at Clerk Circuit Court
cuss the matter before that body. Trammell said that the most ..--. .- -- --i a few weeks, ago, when it was first which time the two candidates re- By: Roselle Gaskin, D. C.
direct benefit the city i, now receiving from its contribution to isolated by military doctors from celving the largest number of votes (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-8-1
the Pest Control program is the sanitary land-fill garbage dis- You Are Cordially Invited To Attend patients who contracted the disease
posal operation, which the city couldn't operate for a year on the IlU L in the Orient.
$5,000.00 contribution, according to Trammell. Long Avenue Baptist, ChurchVin fi'ise fro i itionlFU RNbft oe
The land-fill garbage disposal system has come to be the in fifty people, Dr. Sowder stated.
most acceptable method of disposing of garbage by state boards REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor He recommended that this be used
of health and sanitary engineers. The disposal operation does SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m. to protect essential health personal L
away with breeding places for house flies, rats, mice, rodents, MORNIN GWORSHIP 11:00 a.m. such as physicians, nurses and hos-
roaches and many other household pests. The system also builds BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .--- 6:45 p.m. ien and other ess ential alth and
up worthless land along with its sanitary disposal of garbage. EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m. safety workers next. He said that,
Another direct benefit is spraying by the county. The PRAYE RSERVICE (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m. there would be no rationing of the
city is also running its spray truck but still we have mosquitoes vaccine, and on public distribution -- /
with both trucks running. Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street by the state or county health de- .
Trammell then put the clincher on his case as to why the VaIT R ALWAY WMF rtm roits The vaccine will be a-
city should participate in the pest control program. It seems VI IRS ALI he s Ivaid,ab e through private physicians ,
that most of our mosquitoes here come from salt marshes around 100% AIR CONDITIONED he said, and addexpensive.d that the serum is
the city. These salt marshes breed a mosquito that can fly a Dr. Sowder said that enough vac-
distance of up to 30 miles. This is the little black mosquitoe that cine to immunize some sixty mil-
is so pesky at this time. Trammell outlined plans to eradicate lion people will probably be avail-
this pest and explained that the plans hinged on the participation able by February, but that the pi-free estimates Automobile
of Port St. Joe. Plans are to buy a dragline to do ditching and demic, if that comes, probably willfat, gu aranteed service
routin iao s tn1 ftly ,,s that there are no state regulations It's like magic the way we can turn Seat Covers
places. The program outlined and now being carried on is quite ,_) A requiring isolation or quarantining that itred old sofa of yours into a and
elaborate. It is, like everything else these days, expensive. With O tfe Aj I of influenza patients, and that past brand-new, completely rebuilt cus-
the county will receive $7,500.00 in matching monies from the meeting places had had lit- Choose from dozens of the latest
the participation of Port St. Joe in the program, it will mean that I puMlCULL-CH blesl pa -in l adha S i tom mti i st aw a upholster
the county will receive $7,500.00 in matching monies frorthe te effect in preventing an epidemic, fabrics and colors. A Specialty
state all matching the $5,000.00 the city is asked to contribute. The health officer concluded hi
We think that the money will be spent, giving $12,500.00 to report by stating that the situation
the county to continue this program that is so vital to the health could change day by day, and that BUTLER'S TRIM SHOP
of Floridians. pahe would keep the county hehealthde- Phone 7-2051 112 Reid Ave.
As to the fairness of Port St. Joe residents paying taxes for formed of any change itn plans or
a county-wide proposition, Mayor Sharit answered that one un- policies.
consciously at the last meeting night at which time this matter ....
came up for some discussion. The Mayor remarked, "the taxes Only low prie chain saw with these IN AN OR U A
don't matter, 80% of the County taxes come from Port St. Joe professional features Cuts ins ai posi- COUNTYe LORITA. EUTC RT
prfesinl eaurs 9OUNTA F. EXER RS NORGUDA
anyhow". So ii reality if the program is kept rolling, it will be tions Weather proof ignition system IN CHANCERY.
Port St. Joe that finances it, whether through the City funds or Automatic rewind starter Plus In Re: Adoption of
through the County. We think the program should continue and many more. 16 $ KATIE IRENE OOOK, a minor. RADIO and TEL VISION
urge the City Commission to think kindly toward it. i c. includes 12" bled. & chain, .o.b f ocory TH'E STATE OF FLORIDA TO CAR RADIOS REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT
.......... .......................... ..' 64HENRY COOK, whose best known
11- land Hall last week. SE address is Grand Rapids, Michigan: Pick-Up and Delivery Service
NEWS FROMo u ast wee. AR rR You are iereby notified that a
NEWS FROM Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelly of Co- PLA YER S ST E petition has been ,filed in said
0Alf GROWVE uImbus, Ga., spent several days vis- Court pby Ollie Pace and Johnest Sm th Rad o & TV Repair
i TARing with Msa r. and Mrs. H. D. L- Port St. Joe, Florida minor child, 'Katie Irene Cook, and
By JUANITA NORRIS ins and daughter Regina. you are hereby required to be and Phone BAIll 7-5591 Corner Reid and Third
SL d Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haskins and appear in said Court on Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Lipford and daughter Peggy returned home Spetember 9, A. D., 1957, and to .. .. .
children of Marianna were the week Thursday after spending several
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cleve days in Milledgeville, Ga., vis,.Ding


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NOW UNTIL AUGUST 31 Mercury dealers across he
nation are celebrating the success of The Big c.', with
the greatest. sales event in our history. We are pre-
pared to give thousands away every d:,' in t 'ade-in
allowances. Your present car will never worth so
much again! So act nowv. Come in. drive home
your own brand new Big M, today.

ST. JOE MOTOf R ".
Port St. Joe, Florida


io you'd pa!i b'y driving carenlly
.ict, _, '!' Il: ty -ai 'l .\ 'ry d ty i
folio'w, at beiti, is al unnecessary
ios,'- cf l u Ic no life." toiltcluded Kirk-
lai d.


'tite c.vonu year Labor Day high-
wa o d(.ith lilu e follows: !950,
i 1951 2 ); 19-2.. ; 1952, 15;
S 1'lS";; .', !.t1l and l956,12; a
i'.a .il total Sti.


I 'toridf-' hi wa.y ti '
\v f r,'msutct ra- l iy a t c ,. ., I the clcse
ofl ,Jluie Lhaln for (he comparative
tsix uot hlit; o' 1 ;,(;, tIlh Florida
-11i ihwa 'y tc P rl sf.id it iis mollitltyv
n liuin i l"ar. today.
C d'. .ve.rC. t a Five inttldr and al it) -i
't lt'rOlls died ot the1 stMate's high1-
---.-- w during hat. time, 10 less
i 't!in tho 628 killed in tralf ic
crashes for a six months period a
S year earlier.
Florida i'.,a, te Troopiers invest
Sggated accidents in which 289 ('1
;'" thoe 528 persons died and las.
yoIur they wiero called to 323 of the
R lI-ltIf-year ,total. The Patrol's sum-
mary includes i r only for those
death wrecks which the organiza-
tion handles. Other deaths are in-
vesiigated by. the various Florida
I law enforcement agencies and then
reported to tie Patrols's records
section.
Continued increases in arrests,
Written t warning and faulty erquip-
ient notice seemed to play a role
"'" in 1,. 1.1 the death rateline. There
were 46,930 arrest, 20 per cent more
Lin t for the January-,June period,
196,. and almost twice as many
written waruing.s--100,677, a 73 per


' cent increase over the first half of
last year. Faulty equipment notices
rose. 47 per cent.
Trooper spent 618,719 hours on
the road wiile .. .,i'n. 9,090,452
sutnshtine &tate. In hours on duty,
miles up and down and accros. the
Itat ,. wa sup 5S per cent and
mile traveled skyrocketed 77 per
cent.
The drivers license division gave
250,oS6 examinations, a 2S, per cent



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failed for one reason or another.
The weights. Troop 1, stopped
163,675 trucks, found 2,663 over-
weight stand assessed their owners
$311,S8,4.
Safety education peeches showed
a 12 per cent increase over six
month of lat year, but radio talks
and a number of safety movies
shown tumbled lightly.


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Florida Highway Patrol Comman.
der H. N. Kirkland today reminded
Motorists that the Labor Day
c week-end will end vacations for
and, unless they drive with care, it
Might be their last trip.
* The veteran patrol officer said
| that at least 12 persons will die
on our highways over that long
week end which will start at 6 p.m.
Friday and extend through Midnight
the following Monday.
lHe based his prediction on cur-
rent averages and after a survey
of records for the last seven years
which show that better that 12 per-
sons have died during each Labor
SDay holiday, with the high figure
of 20 being reached in 1951 and the
low in 1954 when the score was
eight.-
I "Unless we take every precaution
L at our command, both the driver
and thie members of the Florida
.Highway Patrol and other safety
Labor Day 1957 might easily re-
peat the awful 1951 total when 20
persons ware killed in highway ac-
cidents alone," Kirkland said.
Thie Patrol will put. every avail-
able uniformed man on the high-
x way ltat week-end and supple-
menting troopers will be members
of the Legion Auxiliary, several
hundred strong.
'No one fotref oor combination of
forces cal itMake every driver do
the rig thing," declared Kirkland,
Sunless .lo motorist hands together
S\itih tile f'ortoemonL.t agencies and
ric-. to do -somnething toward hold-
ing the highway slaughter lino."
Coniiand r Kirkland pointed out
that loridi is so fart inning well
Sbehinud the- iH56 highway death fig-
are, but warned that "one slip in
safety and precautionary measures
on ouittr totdts couli easily wipe out.
all of the good marks we have at-
Laintil dSo f lir vti year."
lite called on the driver and the
|lc't nciirian 10 help mlake th holi-
d; :it safe on'.
-\ 'ei all know, of course, that ini
anit"y tihe't i< s,LreAng l. And we alsO
lknow V that if YOU., Ilh driver, will


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NW Florida Seen As

iron Ore Processor
TALLAIHASSEE-The head of
Florida's Developmen tCommission
told a delegation from Gadsden and
Jackson .counties Tuesday the
northwest Florida coastal area was
a logical spot for establishment of
iron ore and alumina processing
plants.
B. R, Fuller, Jr., executive direc-
tor of the agency, said studies now
were being made of the possibili-
ties and that he felt their area
might have some opportunity to
develop in these fields.
The firm is looking into this pos-
sibility, he said, in a survey being
made for the commission of indus-
trial potentialities of northwest
Florida and other areas of the state.
The Gadsden and Jackson County
group met with Fuller and his staff
to request that the survey include
a study of the feasibility of estab-
lishing por ,;facilities on the Apala-
chicola River.
The Por Authority would be set
up by legislation at the special sse-
sion of the Legislature, which will
meet in September or October on
cons&itutional revision.
About 30 representatives of Gads-
den and Jackson county met with
the Development Commission to
urge that an economic study by
Arhturd, Little, Inc., of Cambridge,
Mass., will include a study of the
Apalachicola River and need for a
port on the river.
The Development Commission
has retained the firm to make a
detailed economic and industiral
study of Northwest Florida panhau-
die counties except Escambia
countyt.
IL. Fuller, Executive Director
of 1the Florida Development Com-
mission, assured the group that if
ithe economic study shows, that
port facilities are needed, the De-
velopment Conunission will push
for more de-ailed engineering stu-
die-s to locate the port and outline

increase, 19 per cent (106,684) pas-
sed \while 36 per cent (143,688)


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its ueeds.
Fuller said there was no doubt
in his mind that the little study
will show such a need.
J. IE, Bafil of the Development
Planning Division, suggested the
possibility of getting federal plan-
ning funds for the port. To do this,
some sort of formal organization
would be necessary.
Sen. Dewey Johnson, Quincy,
suggested the possibility of setting
up a cooperative port authority or-
ganization by legislation during the
upcoming special session.
Besides Johnson, Sen. John
Rawls Marianna, and Reps. John
Shipp, Jr., Marianna, J. Trop Pea-
cock, Marianna, Rep. C. Fred Ar-
rington, Havana, and W. M. In-
man, Qaincy, attended the meeting.
Members of *the Gadsden and
Jackson County Commission and


bflciats. of cities In the tWo coun-
ties also attended;














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only $1200 down and balance n No. 111, F&AM every first and
long term mortgage, third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
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Ph. BAlI 7-3491 221 Reid Ave. EVRETT ALAND W.M.
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GASSIFIED ADS
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
&tp8-1
FOR SALE: 4-door '49 Pontiac.
Runs good. $150.00. R. L. Fortifer
Mexico Beach 2te
LOTS FOR SALE: Beacon Hill
and Mexico Beach. $350 and up.
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FOR SALE: House. Priced for
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FOR RENT: House at St. Joe Beach
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAIl 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
FOR SALE: 25 used wooden chairs.
Some cane bottom and some fold-
ing. Call 'Bill Mazarol. Phone 7-5101
or 7-5016.
FOR SALE: Used power mower in
good condition. Call Bill Maza-
rol. )Phone 7-5101 or 7-5616.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 220
6th St. Convenient to school and
town. Immediate occupancy. See
0. M. Taylor, Phone 7-9866. tfc-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: a two bedroom house


FOO


FOR RENT or SALE: House trail-
er. Good condition. See Mrs. Paul
Farmer, Oak Grove or call 7-2561.
FOR RENT: Furnished room. Pri-
vate bath and entrances. 506 8th
Street. 2tp
I 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.
LAWNS MOWED: Call Jimmy Wil-
der, Phone 9-1903.
WANTED. Empty two bedroom
house. Call 7-5281 or 9-1178.
CASHIER WANTED: Apply in
person at once to manager, Port
Theatre.

W ANTED: Man for manaer-train-
ae. Must have auto and high
school education. Union Finance
Co. bfc-8-1
SPECIAL SERVICES
:OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING:
-'hone 7-7846, Outboard motors re-
maired, also.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfc-5-2
'"ADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
iWAP.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PART$
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
PANA-CRAFT BOATS
and E-Z TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us for anything
You need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.


LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. eating 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;


NIORE


K. A. m.-iteguar convocation or
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddie,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
LEGAL ADVERTISING
REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS
FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION
The City registration books will
open at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, Aug-
ust 21, 1957 at the office of the
City Clerk at the City Hall. Those
wishing to register as voters for
the Municipal Election Primary to
be held September 10, 1957, may
register between the hours of 9:00
A.M. and 12:00 Noon, and from
1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday
through Friday and from 9:00 A.M.
to 12:00 Noon on Sautrday, begin-
ning August 21 and continuing
through 12:00 o'clock Noon, Sat-
urday, August 31, 1957, at which
time the registration books will
close. All persons who have regis-
tered as electors in the City of
Port St. Joe within the past five
years are not required to re-regis-
ter. Citizens of the United States
for the past year and have been
residents of the City of Port St.
Joe for six months and who are
twenty-one years of age are eligi-
ble for registration.


LB.



39c

LB.



29c

16 Oz. Can


Pork&Beans lOc


A & P Concord Sugar Added


24 Oz. Bottle


Grape Juice 25c


A & P Quick Frozen Sliced


2 10-oz. boxes


Strawberries 35c


California Seedless



GRAPES


2 LBS.


29c


ETAOIN SHRDLU

(Continued from page 1)
loudly of "Gestapoism" to us. tta.
agine any bill passed in this coun
try that would make it possible to
punish anyone for anything without
a jury trial. Such a thing should
be unthinkable in this country,
much less hinted at in a piece of
legislation.
Such bills as the Civil Rights
Bill recalls to mind an article we
.read sometime ago where Krus-
chev stated that America was be-
coming more Communistic In her
government every day.
Such things as socialist services
and Civil Rights Bills makes us
think twice about a statement that
should be too ridiculous to even
be printed.

Sharks Schedule 10
Games For Season
The Port St. Joe Sharks will un-
dertake a 10 game football sche-
dule this 'year with four of the
games to be played at home. The
Sharks will play five conference
games this year, denoted in the
schedule below by an asterisk.
The opening game will be played
in Apalachicola on September 20.
The schedule is as follows:
Sept. 20, Apalachicola, there.
*Sept. 27, DeFuniak Springs, here
*.Oct. 4, Marianna, there
Oct. 11, Graceville ,here
Oct. 17, Bay Jr. Varsity, here
*Oct. 25, Chipley, there
Nov. 1, Blountstown, there


R. W. HENDERSON 4t *Nov. 8, Bonifay, there
City Auditor and Clerk 8-8 *Nov. 15, Quincy, here
,NOTICE Nov. 22, Choetawhatchee, there.
NOTICE t a g w be
Notice is hereby given that the Admission to all games will be
City Tax Assessment Roll for the $1.00 for adults and 50c for chil-
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, for ie dren. All home games will begin
tax year 1957, will be submitted o at 8:00 p.m.
the Tax Equalizing Board for ap- -
proval on the 20th day of August,.
A. D., 1957, at the City Hall at 7:00 Lightning Causes 14
P.M., EST. All persons desiring to n G
have corrections made in such roll, Forest Fires In Gulf County
whether in the listing, valuation of ---- -
property or otherwise, are request- J. H. Pope, dispatcher for the
ed to file with the undersigned on Gulf County Forestry Service re-
or before the 20th day of August
1957, their petition setting forth ports that there is nothing that
tneir objections to such assessment can be done about lightning caused
and the corrections which they do- fires except to put them out as soon
sire to have made. as possible. Pope reports that 14
Witness my hand and the official as possible. Pope reports that 14
seal of 'het City of Port St. Joe, lightning fires have burned 118.2
FPorida this 5th day of August 1957. acres of Gulf County forests during
R. W. HENDERSON 2t 1957.
City Auditor and Clerk 'Last year during the same per-
as Ex-Officio Tax Asasesor u m p
____________ iod last year, 18 lightning fires
NOTICE. FOR EMPLOYMENT burned 182.3 acres. This is four
NOTICE is hereby given that the fires and 64.1 acres less this yeax
Board of County Commissioners of than last year.
Gulf County, Florida will receive -(-
applications for the position of Su- Visiting With Wagers
pervisor of the Gulf County Mosqui- Dr and Mrs. Ralph W. Wager and
to Control District, salary of $300.00
per month. Mail all applications to children Mickey and Ann of Rich-
the Clerk of Cricuit Court, Wewa- land, Washington were guest of Dr.
hitchka, Florida. The following qual- and Mrs. William Wager last week.
ifications are required:
You must have a High School
Education and 3 years experience said Stones' Shop for Men after
In Mosquito Control Work, or August 1, 1957.
you must have completed your SILAS R. STONE
4th year in College. These qual-
ifications are required 'by the NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
State Board of Entomology. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Board of County Commissioners TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Gulf County, Florida 2t You will please take notice that
J. C. PRICE, Chairman the undersigned is engaged in
ATTEST: business in Port St. Joe, Florida
George Y. Core, Clerk under the firm name of "Stones'
Shop for Men", and will, on 29
NOTICE August, 1957, register said fictitious
Notice is hereby given that I name with the Clerk of he Circuit
have sold my entire interest in Court of Gulf County, Florida, at
Stones' Shop for Men to Jesse V. Wewahitchka, Florida. This the
Stone and I will not 'be responsi- 8th day of August, A.D., 1957.
ble for any obligations incurred by JESSE V. STONE 4t-8-8



WHAT IS A


CUSTOMER?

S. is the most important person in the store, either
in person or otherwise.
A CUSTOMER .
is not dependent on us we are dependent
on him.
A CUSTOMER .
is not an interruption of our work he is
the purpose of it. We are not doing him a favor by
serving him he is doing us a favor by giving
us an opportunity to do so.
A CUSTOMER .
is not a cold statistic or a name on a filing card
or a ledger sheet .'. he is a flesh and blood human
being with biases, prejudices, feelings and emotions
like our own.


A CUSTOMER .
is a person who brings
job to fill them profitably .


us his wants. It's our
. to him and ourselves.


THURSOAv, Y AUGU* T, ie


ST, JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev. Gardner D0. Underhill
Priest In Charge
Sunday, August 18, Morning ser-


= .* vices at 11:00 a.m. George Milam,
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wise an- Jr., guest minister.
nounce the birth of a daughter, y-
Linda Sue on August 9. On Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. William Abraham Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferrell and
Collier announce the birth of a Mr. and Mrs. Durel Brigman are
daughter, Mary Diane on August 8. spending this week on vacation in
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Mc- South Florida.
Kiernan announce the birth of a
son, William Wayne on August 10. Guests of Munns
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Buzier an- Mr. and Mrs. Ray -Washburn and
nounce the birth+of a daughter, daughter, Miss Betty Washburn
Violet Marie on August 4. and Miss Jo Ann Zundell of Bakers-
Mr. and Mrs. David Crockett Ar- field, Calif., and Mrs. Washburn's
nette, Jr., announce the birth of mother, Mrs. Irene Titus of Lynn
a daughter, Susan Rochell on Aug- Haven and her granddaughter. Ka5


ust 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Benny Roberts an-
nounce the bir'h of a daughter,
Sara Ann on August 12.
All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Austin Lew-
is of Ridgeland, Miss., announce
the birth of a son, Aaron Austin
Lewis, Jr., on August 3 in the Mis-
sissippi Bapl;ist Hospital, in Jack-
son, Miss. Mrs. Lewis will be re-
membered as Sara Francis Wilson
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
C. Wilson of this city.


Titus of Panama Ci,'y were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Munn for
several days.
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FOR SALE: Alteration' tags and
Sale price tags. Call 7-3161. The
Star.

FOR SALE: Legal ruled pads, on-
ionskin, second sheets, scratch pads
mimeograph paper, typewriter and
adding machine ribbons. Man', othi-
er supplies. THE STAR. Phone
7 3161 for delivery.
SOUVENIR PLATES
10-inch with photo of Florida Cen-
tennial Monument: $3.00 including
tax. For display only. Available at
Fuller's Supply Co., or The Star.

THE STAR

Phone 7-3161


ED'S
ORCHIDLAND FLORIST
St. Joe's Largest and Finest

Bouquets Funeral Wreaths
Corsages Weddings
(Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere)

226 Reid Ave. Dial BAll 7-8881
Nites & Sunday, 9-1351


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