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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 22, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE SAR

Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Ap/olc k luo1-1e-Af od. Vsdey"


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High School Teachers Have Pro- Sharit Qualifies

School Planning, Assignment Session For Re-election

The Port St. Joe High School fto Girls' Physical Education; ame 'Mayor J. L. Sharit qualified
culty met at 8:30 Monday, August Yadon, Shop; Miss Eleanor Mixs'n, ,Monday of this week to seek re-
19, with the following faculty re- 12B; Mrs. Margaret Biggs, 13A. election as Mayor-Commissioner.
por-ting: Harry Herrington, 1A; David Ni- So far he is opposed only by Ken-
Leroy TBowdoin, Prln.-:ipal: Mrs. cholson, llB; Lamar Faison, 10.A; neth Creech. The only candidate
Elwyn Blourit. Secretary. Miss Net- Mrs. Lillian Kennington, 10B; Mrt. who has qualified in the Com-
ta Niblack, Library; Herman Dean, Floye Howard, 10C; James Tra- mission race up to press time
Band; Marion Craig, Physical Edu- week, 9A; Miss Marjor;e Aug.iu, P.1 Wednesday, is R. H. (Bob) Ell-
cation; Miss Betty Lou Thomas, 'Mrs. Eula Pridgeon,9C; James Gun- zey who is seeking election in
ter, 8A; Mrs. Ernestine Sims, 8B; group one.
Schedule i I Mrs. Katherine Ivey, SC; Mrs. 'Registration of voters began yes-
Schedule Listed For Jacque Price, SD; John Buckholtz, terday and will continue until Sat-
7A; Max Kilbourn TB; James urday, August 31 at noon, accord-
iland View Sl Moore, 70 and Miss Alice Andrews, to City Clerk R. W Henderson.
Hiland View School 17D. Qualifications for those who expect
h During the pre-planning period to register to vote is that the appli-
Children and parents of the High- rthe teachers have been given th-ir cant be a resident of the state of
land View Elementary School will 'homeroom and clas &asianments Florida for at least a year and a
be interested in the following crlie This schedule was prepared by Le- resident of Port St. Joe for alt least
dule of activities which have been roy Bowdoin during the summer, six months. All voters must be 21
planned for thr pre-~bool period. The faculty was divided into four years of age or older.
Monday. August 26, all first committees Legislative, Policy. The time for candidates to quail-
grade children are to report to the Calendar and Health. fy for election will end this Sat-
school. Parents are requested to The Legislative committee has urday at noon. Qualifying fees for
accompany their children. The chil- made up a list of recommendations all candidates is $35.00.
dren will' be free to leave within for improvement of laws concern- -------
30 minutes, ing the schools. If the recommenda- Interest Shown In
Mondayts Tuesday and Wednesday i are approved by 'the corn-
Monday, Tuesda and Wednesday lete faculty they will be presented School Lunch Program
of next week the children and par- Ito te Legislative committee at the
ents can look forward to a visit county-wide meeting alt 'the High- Much interet was shown in the
from the teacher. The faculty is land View School today, school lunch program as was evi-
observing these three days as I The Health committee has made denced by the attendance of over
home visitation. It Is the desire of plans for emphasizing the various '1300 workers at FSU short course,
the faculty to visit the entire stu-, aspects of health and safety. Each 700 of these were from North and


dent body during these three days.
Thursday, August 29, teachers
will hold open house for the par-
ents from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The first bell will ring for the
school children on September 3 at
8:50. Classes will begin at 9:00.
The Highland View School has
added another grade for the school
year 1957-58. Sixth grade students
will report to this school on Sep-
tember 3 and will not go to the
Port St. Joe Elementary School.
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Bryant To Head

March of Dimes

JACKSONVILLE Farris Bry-
ant, Ocala, will serve as State
Chairman of the 1958 March of
Dimes in Florida, it was announced
this week by the National Founda-
tion for Infantile Paralysis.
In making the appointment, Basil
O'Connor, president of the polio
organization said: "The National
Foundation is presently engaged in
an intensified program of greater
rehabilitation for the thousands of
-persons who have suffered the crip-
pling effects of polio. Our job in
the months ahead of searching out
those who may benefit by improved
medical treatment techniques and
making such treatment available
to them will be a costly one. It will
require public understanding and
support of the March of Dimes.
i" am confident that Mr. Bryant,
who has for several years been ;,-.
sociated with our Chapter program.
will give the kind of outstanding
leadership in Florida 'that will make
such understanding and March of
Dimes support a reality".


Farris Bryant, in his acceptance
of the State Chairmanship, said:
"The programs of the National
Foundation have been impressive
and significant 'to thousands of
Florida families. I am honored to
have the opportunity to work with
the distinguished volunteers of the
National Foundation in advancing
their rehabilitation program in t h.s
state. Assuredly the people of FI-r-
Ida will next January continue to
financially support the March of
Dimes programs."
Mr. Bryant, -best known for his,
Florida legislative service which
earned for him several awards as
"Most Valuable" member, has also
been cited by the Florida State
Junior Chamber of Commerce, the
only man 'to have twice received the
"Gold Key Distinguished Servi.eB
Award"; by the U. S. Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce and the Univer-
sity oZ Florida.

Guests of Hinotes
Mr. and Mrs, Terry Hinote have
had as their guests Mrs. Hinote's
mother, Mrs. J. 0. Davis of Blounts-
town, Mrs. John Brown of Blounts,
,;own, James Cato of Panama City,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Russell and
daughter Sue of Freer, Texas, and
Mrs. Norman J. Casey and children
Theta, Larry and Roger 'of Crest-
view, at their home at St. Joe
Beach.


six weeks one of six broad areas West Florida.
selected will be emphasized through Trained instructors were In
various school activities such as charge of classes in food prepara-
films, assembly programs, poster Ulion, nutritive value of foods, ade-
contests and through the utiliza- quate meal planning and better
tion of the personnel of the public ways of doing things. These for.
health dpeartment, Highway Pa- mal classes lasted from 7:45 a.m.
trol, etc. until 3:30 p.m. Discussion groups
The policy committee met, dis- were held after the meetings each
cussed, revised and added to last day.
year's policies. All school policies The local school lunch rooms
will be included in the student lan to serve nutrive lunc rooms
handook which s distributedto adequate meals to the children who
the students. ,
,The Calendr choose to e t there this year and
The Calendar t cmnmite gained much useful information
ed of Herman Dean, Coach Lamar,from the course.
Fison, Mr". Jacqio Price CtWcbI Tkse who attended from-Gulf
James Gunter and Coach 'Marion County were Mrs. Anna Adams,
Craig has completed the calendar Mrs. Essie Williams, Mrs. Pryor
of. events for the coming school Harvey Mrs. Veronia Sealey, Mrs.
year. The planing of the calendar' Pearl Whitfield, Mrs. Toette Wise
for the school year eliminates the and Mrs. Margaret Smith.
possibility of confusion and con ____ __
flicts as the year progresses. The greatest glory of a free-
-K born people is to transmit their
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY freedom to their children.
-William Havard


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ACS School Program
Will Meet Friday


THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1957


.xORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


City Will Coi



Pest Control



Sharks Completing First Full Week

Of Pre-Season Practice Schedule


The St. Joe Sharks have com-
pleted the first week of their pre-
school drills. The coaching staff
feels that it has been a very suc-
cessful opening week.
The willingness of the players to
get themselves in condition has
been good. They have been running
500 yards of wind sprints each
morning without the supervision
of the coaches. It is believed that
this situation is one of the few
existing in the state of Florida.
This type of workout requires a
high caliber squad.
Coach Craig told The St-ar, "This
squad has started its preparation
for the Apalachlcola game in a
businesslike manner. The coaches
appreciate their fine attitude to-
ward the drills. It is too early to
tell just how the team will shape
up, however, every boy who comes
out will be given every opportun-
ity to make a place for himself on
the starting eleven."
Two personnel changes have been
made on an experimental basis.
Frank Fletcher has been moved
from end to halfback. Terry Hinote
has been changed to end from tack-
le. Other changes are contemplat-
ed buit have not been made as yet.
It is hoped that the backs will be
able to play more than one post-


Schedule Given For

First Graders

Hubert 'Richards, principal of
the Port St. Joe Elementary
School has announced that the
first grade registration will be
held on Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday of next week. Chil-
dren who have already registered
at the pre-school round-up last
May will not come to school on
Wednesday, August 28. These
children will come Thursday and
'Friday, August 29 and 30 from
8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Those children "Nno have not
registered for the first grade will
do so on Wednesday, August 28
at 8:30 In the Primary Building.
It is necessary that all children
must register before being assign-
ed to a first year room. All other
children will report to school on
Tuesday, September 3 at 8:30.

Sharit Tells Kiwanis
Of City Improvements

Mayor J. L. Sharit spoke to the
Kiwanis Club at their regular


tion. weekly meeting Tuesday noon.
The following players are parti-
cipating in the two a day drills: Sharit listed some of the improve-
All Conference Fullback, Wayne ments made in the city during the
Taylor, Ken Hurlbut, Billy Denton, past year to the streets, sewer,
RoSs Hudson, Sonny Chatin. Jack- drainage and other improvement.-
ie Mitchell, Alex Gaillard, Richard about the city. .h.-rit began his
Zipperer, Bill Chism, Leonard Cos, talk by citing the cleanup program
tin, Larry Henley, Fred Griffin, that the city has been engaged in
Willie Daniels, Terry Porter, David for the past year. He reported that
Musselwhite and Gene Cox. every lot in 'the city had now been
The squad is expected to increase cleared of undesirable growth and
as the players who are working and that the city was now working on
on vacation report. making the city trash dump East
Coach Lamar Faison and Coach of the city more sightly. This had
James Gunter are assisting with ~iot yet been accomplished, but
the drill& Sharit said the work would begin
soon.


Sharit took a stab at the county
and the state for falling back on
a promise to pave Long Avenue
from end to end. Sharit stated that
the city originally had a guarantee
of $63,000 to be spent on the road
but wound up with only $38,000.


He took another stab at the Bay
City road by saying that 'they can
lay second Game in build a road out in the woods for
two miles at a cost of over $100,000
Oyster City Friday Night At 8 that will eventually end up at fish
Sy y amp but can't pave roads in
Town that are used every day."
The Apalachicola Oystermen, who finished second in the Of things to come, Sharit told of
Gulf Coast League standings for the season, utilized a bad throw work to begin soon on a sidewalk
to second base to set the stage for the first win in the Shaunessey to the high school. He said finan-
na tohe G ast eague o te r ig The Ose cial arrangements had already been
playy-offs in the Gulf Coast League Tuesday night. The Oyster- made on the project. He reported
men defeated the Saints, who were the League leaders for the that work was speeding up on the
season, four to nothing recreation building on Eighth St.
The Saints had battled Apalachi- Sewers are being Installed on Gar-
cola on even terms for five full in- prison Avenue and will begin work
George E. Philyaw nings, neither team being able to on sewers in the colored section of
IS Auburn Graduate push across a run. In the top half town in the very near future. He
of the sixth inning with a man on said groundwork was practically
---first, a ball was hit to the pitcher complete to enlarge the Municipal
AUBURN A total of 630 do- and was relayed to second base for Hospital and that project would be
agrees, will be confrered at the Ala- the double play. The throw was started soon.
bama Polytechnic Institute on Aug- wide and no play could be made Guests of the club were Rev.
ust 24. George Edward Philyaw, on any base. Then things came Frank Smith, guest, of Dick Lam-
Port St. Joe, is among the candi- apart at the seams. When the side berson and Edward Smith, guest
dates for the degree of bachelo- of was retired, Apalachicola had three of John Robert Smith.
mechanical engineering. runs. One more run was scored for 'One new member, 0. C. Dykes
At 9 a.m.. Augs 24 82 cadetsand the Oystermen in the eighth inning was taken into the club.


midshipmen will be commissioned
as officers in the Army, Navy and
Air Force. Col. S. L. Crosthwait,
USAF, will be in charge of cere-


The American Cancer Society monies and will act as commission-
School Program with W. W. Cow- Ing officer for the Air Force. Col.
den as chairman will meet on Fri- John Lockett, USA, will' commi'-
day at the school with members sion the Army officers and Cap'.
of the School Health Committee. W. C. Johnson, Jr., USN, will be
Sthe commissioning officer for the
Mrs. Edna Rowell, representa- Navy.
tive of the American Cancer So- From 2:30 to 4 p.m. president and
city of Panama' City and Mrs. H. Mrs. Ralph Draughon will have a
C. Brown, chairman of the Gulf reception in the Union Ballroom


uounty unit wil bAiu be present to
take part in the plans for the pro-
gram of the coming year for the
local school'.
The Meeting is scheduled for 11
o'clock.

Send The Stai to a trielt


for graduating seniors, parents,
relatives and friends.
IOommissioning ceremonies will
take place in Langdon Hall.
Dr. Elford C. Morgan, dean of ad-
mlinistraltlon, Oonverse College,
Spartanbttrg, S. C., will be the com-
mencement speaker.


NUMBER 50


tribute To



Program



City Decides To Contribute

$5,000.00 To County Program

The City Commission voted unanimously Tuesday night
to have the City of Port St. Joe contribute $5,000.00 to the Gulf
County Pest Control Program after a period of indecision on the
matter. The $5,000.00 will be combined with County- funds of
$11,000.00 and $1,000.00 from Wewahitchka. This money will be
matched by the State to carry on the Pest Control program in
Gulf County on a temporary and permanent basis.
The Commission had turned down
ACS To H0 ||'the request made by the County to
ACS 10To Hold participate in the fund on three
Previous occasions, claiming that,
Board Meeting n their opinion, the city was not
9 getting what they were paying for.
A Board Metting of the Amer- r A little missionary work by F. E.
ican Cancer Society will be held Trammell of the Pest Control pro-
Monday, August 23 at 8 P. M. in the ject in Gulf County showed mem-
City Hall. fibers of the Commission work ac-
MIrs. Marjorie q. Bates, Field complished by the organization and
Representative of North West Flo- told of plans to come. The results
rida will be present. of this enlightenment program was


All interested persons are cordial-
ly invited ,to attend this meeting.
Reports of the accomplishments
of 1957 will be given as well as
plans for 1958. An election of off-
icers and directors will also be
on the agenda.

Trammell Addresses

Lions Club Tuesday

The Port St. Joe Lions Club was
'addressed by F. E. Trammell at
their Tuesday meeting on the work-
ings of the Gulf County Pest con-
trol program.
The talk was interesting and in-
formative and dwoalt with the pres-
ent work of the system and of fu-
ture plans drawn up for the fu-
ture.
The Lions Club has planned to
gvie away an automatic shotgun
in October. In connection with the
gun give-away donations will be
sought by the club. The donations
will go to defray the balance still
owed on the football scoreboard
which was purchased last year by
the Club.

Scout Head Brings
Program To Rotary

Rotarian Ohauncey Costin and
Bob Walton, district representative,
of the Gulf Council, Boy Scouts of
America, brought the program to
the Rotary Club at their regular
meeting last Thursday.
Costin showed movies made by
Scoutmaster John T. Simpson at
the Scout's recent trip to the Jam-
boree in Valley Forge, Pa. He told
of the ways the Scouts had raised
money to finance the trip, present-
ing the Scout circus, selling hot
dogs, selling subscriptions to The
Star and many other activities.
Walton gave some of the high-
lights of the Jamboree. He had ser
ved in the quartermaster section of
the Jamboree and gave the Rotar-
ians some figures on food that was
consumed by the Scouts. For in-
stance the Scouts present at 'che
gathering consumed 36,000 pounds
of jellies, cakes, pies, cookies,
doughnuts and ice cream alone. It
took three freight car loads of char-
coal to cook dinner. He said -that
all supplies were brought in at
Yiih h -..i 1 ndl wra rln *d it


that the City of Port St. Joe will
participate in the program as it has
done for the past two years.
Prior to asking for a vote Tues-
day night, Mayor J. L. Sharit spoke
briefly to the Commission on rea-
sons why they should cooperate.
Sharit .told the board that he had
been enlightened on the project, as
had 'the other members of the board
as to the extent of the garbage
land-fill operation and its cost,
spraying operations (which in the
Mayor's opinion did no good) and
future plans for permanent control
of mosquitoes and pests through
elimination of breeding places.
"We must not forget", said Shar-
it, "that we arem oing to be calling
on the County for help in time to
come, especially in road"'work, and
we should cooperate, if for nothing
else than to pave the way for fu-
ture requests we expect to make
from the county".
At this point Commissioner Wat-
son Smith, who had previously op-
posed the move, moved that the
City cooperate in the program.
Smith had brought F. E. Trammell
to the meeting with him to ex-
plain the workings of the Pest Con-
trol program if it was needed.
Commissioner Chandler t h en
spoke up and said that he thought
the matter unfair for Port St. Joe
taxpayers to pay taxes for county-
wide services. But he stated tha",
due to the fact that Port St. Joe
paid the bulk of 1he taxes in th-
county anyhow, and since the City
could not get the garbage laal-fill
services this cheap with their own
labor, he would second the motion
made by Smith.
Mayor Sharit stated that he fe',t
that after a study of the matter, he
was of the opinion that the city
would get every penney of their
money back in service.
On a call of the roll, all voted
to contribute $5,000.00 to the coun-
ty-wide operation.
-K
Forest Service To
Gather Pine Cones

J. H. Pope, Gulf County Dispatch-
er say that Forest Service Personal
are making ready for the 1957 Pine
Cone garthing that begins around
Sept, lth.
There seems to be more cone
ihtL VA.Qr f.n i 1i 5 4O -.--


giving them the victory at 4-0. nghtUL t y ruck. anU w3erei o uU out his y ear than n .19 which was
giving them the victory at 4-0. to each troop present, a bad year for cones.
This was without a doubt one Weekly Calendar to each troop present. a bad year for cones.
of the best games ever played at DANIELLS VISIT Visiting Lambersons
the local park. Extra bases, close Wednesday, Aug. 21, IBPM No. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Daniell and Rev. and Mrs. Frank Smith ot
calls by the umpires, fancy field- 379, 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Emmette Daniell vis- Largo are visiting with Mr. and
ing and almost perfect pitching. Thursday, Aug. 22, Rotary, 12:15 ited Mr. and Mrs. James Daniell Mrs. Dick Lamberson. Mrs. Smith
Walter Wilder collected a double p.m. Masons 8:00 p.m. in Winchester, Tenn. recently. is Mr. Lamberson's sister. The
and Clif Harper got himself a triple. Saturday, Aug. 24, Retail Mer They also visited o&her places of Smith's -are on their way to Yale
This is a best three out of five chant's Division Golden Harvest interest in the mountains. On their University where they will prepare
playoff sreies. The Saints finished drawing. Piggly Wiggly. 3:30 p.m. return home they visited with Mrs. for a trip 'to the mission fields in
in first place during the regular Jackpot $238.00. IDaniell's sister in Talladega, Ala. 'Malaya.
season, so the first game of the Sunday, Aug. 25, Go to the church
playoffs was held here. of your choice. Guests of Browns Visiting With Daniells
The Saints go to Apalachicola for Monday, Aug. 26, Boy Scnuts, 8:00 Mrs. W. M. Johnson and Michael Miss Julia Lee Johnston and Mrs.
the second game. Friday night. The p.m. WSOS 3:00 p.m. Royal Arch Henderson of Jesup Ga., are the Lucy Falconer of Pensacola are vis-
next home game will be Tuesday, Masons 8:00 p.m. house guests of Mrs. Johnson's Iting with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dan-
August 27. Tuesday, Aug. 27, Kiwanis 2:1. daughter and son-in-law, Mr. andi tell of this city.
p.m. Methodist Men's Fellowship. iMrs. Herbert C. Brown, on Garr- .------
Officials for the game were Carl Thursday, Aug. 29, Garden Club, ison Avenue. M. and Mrs. M. S[ Michael Munn, son of Mr. and
Zimmerman at the plate, B. W. Wil- Executive Board meeting, 1:00 p.m. Henderson. sister of Mrs. Brown, Mars. B. H. Munn, left Monday for
der on third and J. A. Garrett on at Mrs. Ralph Nance home, St. Joe of Jesup were the past week-end Camp Weed, Carrabelle where he
first. Beach. Ivisitos. Will attend camp for two weeks.


VOLUME XX


Apalachicola Takes First


Playoff Win From Saints


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To 1st Baptist WMU

Mrs, C. G. Costiti. Sr., was hostess
Monday afternoon to about 45
members of 'the WMU at her beach
home for a towel showe rfor the
Baptist Children's Home in Lake-
land and for the monthly circle
meetingg"
After each circle met for the
-regular meeting, all were invited
into the beautiful huge givingg soom
where Mrs. John. Rich and her C A.
group gave a very interesting p:.o-


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meeting at which time Mrs. Walter (During the social bhoLur, the tow Mrs. Jim n 1is Denny of Talla- Geo,
Richardson gave a few highlights els of every size and color were dl torn
of the W U meeting she attended played on the dining table for all h a,.ee announces the engagement Cou
at Ridgecrest. Mrs. W. F. Chafin to admire., of her daughter. Marge Pell. to prE
announced the TWA banquet to be New officers selected for the Dewey Lee Clemnmons. Jr., son of 9 o'
held at the Immanuel Baptist coming year are as follows": Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Clemmons of Th
Church in Panama City on Septem- President, Mrs. L. W. Cox, Blountstown. Miss Denny's father July
ber 10 and Mrs. W. Ramsey, chair- Vice-President, Mrs. W. C. Prid- is William Airen Denny of Largo. ap
man of the WMU nominating comn- geon. The bride-elect, a, graduate of St. Gu
mittee gave their report for the Second Vice-President, Mrs. W. Joe High School, is a student at peaJ
officers for the new year. Mrs O. Nichols. Florida State University. Mr. Clem- duce
Ramsey dismissed the meeting Recording S,,retary, Mrs. Cliff mons served in the U. S. Air Force tant
with prayer. Ellis. after his graduation from Blountsa- enc
The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Corresponding Secretary, Mrs.-W. town High. He is also a student at in {
J. Herring. Florida State University. The wed- for
Treasurer, Mrs. W. Ramsey. ding will take place August 31 at Flor
Sunbeam director, Mrs. James 7:30 pmn. in Trinity Methodis' disc
Wilson. Church, Tallahasbee. pat(
8-year Sunbeam Counselor, Mrs. iten
Blake Thomasson. by the WSCS", Mrs. Kilbourn said. Ser
6 and 7 year Sunbeam Counselor, 'Routine business was transacted 50c
Mrs. Bill Flehmming.- and plans were completed for the ulat
STO R 4 and 5 year Sunbeam Counsel- Methodist Men's supper which the 'ad n
I ors, Mrs. Jack Sheffield and Mrs. circle will serve Tuesday, August the
H. R. B. Baxley.. 27. I Sta
R G. A. Director, Mrs. Milton Cha- Delicious iced drinks, open face $48E
fin. sandwiches and cookies were serv- Cou
Intermediate G. A. Counselor, ed by the hostess to Mesdamess adn
Mrs. W. B. Richardson. Jones, Costin, Kilbourn, Suber, par
Port St. Joe, Fla. Junior G. A. Counselors, Mrs. Sexton, Stone, Nedley and Gibson. yea
OR YOUR COMFORT John Rich anda Mrs. Bill Rich. The Society benediction closed isfi<
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The August meeL.ing of Circle 3
of the WSCS met with Mrs. Tom
Byrd at 3 p.m. Monday.
Mrs. Chauncey Costin chose,
"Goodwill" as the subject for the
devotional with scripture taken
from Matt. 19:19.
'Introducing the program, Mrs.
Norman Kilbourn. read the 8th
Psalm, which was followed by a
meditation and personal testimony
and witnessing for, Christ which
was given by Mrs. W. D. Jones fol-
lowed with prayer by Mrs. Kil-
bourn.
The August program was then
presented by Mrs. Kilbourn who
told of a young woman, who while
visiting in Puerto Rico became in-
terested in the native inhabitants,
especially the children. Traveling
to all parts of the island. .he saw
that they were bloated from para-
sites and lack of proper food, par-
ticularly milk. As a result of her
determined efforts, materials were
secured and a clinic built in which
she and her husband worked. Sev-
enty percent of the population had
never been visited by a doctor or
nurse. "We can be proud that to-
day there are two nurses working
in the clinic whose salary is paid



Minutes of The


32 OZ. JAR COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
AUGUST 16, 1957
The Board of County Commis-
5 3 sioners, of Gulf County, Florida met
this date in special session, with
the following members present: J.
C. Price, Chairman, A. J. Strick-
land, George W. Cooper and G. S.
Croxton. The Clerk, Sheriff, Ator-
S.......ney and Road Supt. were also pre-
sent.
The meeting came to roder at
6 o'clock p.m.
The Chairman announced that
this meeting is called for the pur-
pose of assessing he necessary mil-
lage to meet the requirements in
the County and Board of Public In-
truction budgets for the year 1957-
1958.
Whereupon. there, was a motion
by Comm. Cooper, seconded by
Comm. Strickland and upon vote
,/ was unanimously carried, that in
order to meet the necessary expen-
ses chargable to the County Funds,
a the Board of County Commission-
ers of Gulf County, Florida hereby
declare the tax rate on the dollar
as set opposite each fund listed be-
k t'low, and is hereby levied, assessed
and is hereby imposed upon all of
,the property lying and being with-
in the Count yof Gulf and the State
of Florida, on the first day of Jan-
nary, A. D. 1957, as follows:
General Fund 7.0
SSt. Joe Fire Control District
Fund 0.5
Fine and Forfeiture Fund 3.3
Florida State Board of Health
(or Gulf County Health Dept.) 0.6
Dead Lakes Water Management
jDist. 1.0
TOTAL 13.0
CTS ARE and,
Y TO Whereupon, the Board of Public
|| ,Instruction of Gulf County, Florida
having certified, the rate of millage
e of milk Did you necessary for the County School
nan body uses pro Funds the oBard of County Com-
issue building, min- missioners of Gulf County, Florida,
iton and mainten- hereby declare the rate on the dol-
lar upon all property lying and be-
teeth, vitamins for ing within the County of Gulf and
and fats and car- State of Florida, on the first day of
irgy. Milk Is also a January A. D., 1957, as, follows:
on for the vast ma- General School Fund 8.0
Special Tax Dist. Current
So, drink to better Fund 10.0
family with lots of District Bond Interest and
Sinking Fund: District One 2%,
TOTAL 20'4
There was a discussion with ref-
erence ito securing a Supervisor for
the Gulf County Mosquito Control
1air this matter a 6 p.m. August 22, 1957
St. Joe Florida There being no further business
SSt. Joe, Florida to come before the Board, the meet-
ing did then adjourn:
ATTEST:
George Y. Core J. C. Price
Clerk Circuit Court Chairman


ers of Gulf County, Florida met this 1957


* I rI4ular k if~siiiriii i ith
6ilng nibti r$' prke$$r: J, 0,
e. cbalrman, U.C. C. Hard, So.,
. Strickland, G. S. Ofoxton and
rge W. Cooper. The Clerk. At-
ey. Engineer. Road Sup'. and
nty Health Offlicer wa-s also
lent
he meeting came to order at
clock a.m.
he minutes of the meetings of
1, 9, 12, 22 and 29 were read,
roved and adopted.
r. H. I. L angston, Director,
f County Health Department, ap-
red bfeore the Board and intro-
ed Al Jame-. HosipiailJ consul-
t, and announced that Mt. James
inform he Board with refer-
to Gulf County paiicipatinz
he program for Hospital service
Indigent under Section 400.
AIda Statutes, 1955.-Mr. James
used in detail said law, and
d that Gulf County can partici-
e in said program by placing an
a in its budgte, to-wit: Hospital
vice for Indigents, in the amount
$4850.00, which is the same as
per capital, based on 9700 pop-
ion;, that said funds may be
ministered by the County, or by
State Board of Health, which-
r, the County prefers; that the
te will match said funds with
50.00, which will be paid to the
nty, if the County decides to
ninistet the funds. After lengthy
cussion, 'the Board decided to
ticipate in said program for one
r, and if the Board was not sat-
ed with the program during the
t year, it would not participate
in. (a resolution to be adopted
a later date).
he Chairman announced that
next matter will be that of con-
uing the public hearing on the
7 tax roll, which was recessed


ANNOUNCEMENT
The Jack and Jill Kindergarten wishes to an-
nounce its registration day, August 2 at 520 8th Street
between the hours of 9:00 and 11:00 A.M.
The registration will be $2.00 per semester and
the tuition will be $12.00 per month.
Parents who are unable to attend may register
their youngsters by phone 7-4706 after or before this
date.


Mrs. Lou Ann Roe will
this term of Kindergarten.


assist Mrs. DuBose in


MRS. BELL DuBOSE
MRS. LOU ANN ROE


Waddell & Roed, Inc.

Principal Underwriter

of

UNITED FUNDS, Inc.

UNITED FUNDS CANADA, Inc.
Is Pleased To Announce The Appointment of

M'A. chnuace */. Saul.

As Its Representative in Port St. Joe, Florida
and adjacent territory


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EXECUTIVE OFFICES
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otn August ,. 19At.
The Honorable Samuel A. Pat-
rick, Assessor of Taxes for Gulf
County, appeared before the Board
and presented his Tax Roll in the
amount of $12,205,204.00 non-exempt
property and informed the Board
and those present that he has com-
plied with all requests made on
him at the meeting of August 5,
1,957.
(Hon. Benjamin H. Dickens, Atotr-
ney for Mr. Joseph V. Dowd, ap-
peared before-'the Board and said
that Mr. Dowd was unable to :bea
present at this meeting because of
-a prior, business commitment, but
that 'is absence did not Indicate
any decline in his concern about
the tax roll. Mr. Dickens then read
a letter from Mr. Dowd, which was
addressed to the Board of equaliza-
tion.-Mr. Dickens then questioned
the Tax Assessor with reference to
tangible and intangible personal
property, after which, he stated
that Mr. Dowd did not want to hold
up the tax roll any longer because
of the necessity to collect taxes
for the school of our county, but
that they were no entirely satisfied
with thetax roll and next year they
will have more time -to look into
the tax roll and will take action
against any inequities found. Mr.
Dickens then addressed the Tax
Assessor and assured Mr. Patrick
that he. nor his client, Mr. Joseph
V. Dowd had any hard feelings
against -him whatsoever because of
their complaint& and the action
,they took in the matter, that 'they
were merely doing a job that had
to be done.
Mr. Harry H. Saunders, Vice
President of the St. Joe Paper
Company appeared 'before the
Board and informed the Board that
according to the Asesssors word, all
of his complaints have been taken
care of and that he would make
no further complaint with reference
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Goin Places. .

By W. S, SMITH of which are moored near the
JAMESTOWN, VA, Driving down Jamestown Exposition grounds.
a modern highway to the site of Gazing upon the statue erected in
this historic village, one can hardly memory of Captain John Smith, we
realize the trails and tribulations recalled that here Princess Poco-
that beset those brave colonists who ,hontas met the gallant captain and
first set foot here 350 years ago, later wed John Rolfe.. Here in-
coming ashore from their three deed, was history made, 100 years
small ships% the Susan Constant, before the Declaration of Indepen-
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iWhild were somewhat disaji- out the day tiiiiung glassware ag C .i
pointed in the exposition itself. it was done in the olden days, their WSCS Circ ,4
having attended a number of world items 'being snapped up by the
fairs and expositions, it did give as seightsebrs almost before having Met MOnday
a good insight into the connection cooled off.
between the motherland, England, AiMr. Daughtry, Myrtice and my-
and the present United States self went abord the Susan Con- circle No 4 oning in the W. Shom. C. S.
ExMbits were presented in two mt n- of the bhree son- metMMonday Borning in the home
Exhibits were presentein two s the lrget-of the three ships, of Mrs. C. L. Armstrong. There
large buildings-one of he New and it was hard to believe that 105 were n eber
World and one of the Old World. wen and women had sailed across present.
We were particularly Interested in the Atlantic in these vessels, one The meeting was opened with a
the original Magna Carta, loaned of te hardly longer than our prayer by Mrs. R. A. Swats. The
by the British government The doc- swept-wingDodge, or so it seemed. Devotional was given by Mrs. R. tE.
ument, written in Latin. was in- The headroom n the cabins was a- King and s Mrs. J. E. Harrison as
closed in a glass case and guarded bout five fee requiring contat a dialogue ich supposedly otok
day and night yrlcehadn'tooping. Double bunks lined all place between two early Christians
left her camera in the car we might walls with a mall chest under place tweing two early chritans
have brought back a photo of this each of the lowers Toilet facilities Ephrnius and Cheiolo saehrchand how
memorable document which is the were provided by small seats swung their search for Unity and Under-
basis of all English and American over the rail, though no use was be- standing compares with the Twen-
law. Ing made of them at the time. Must tieth Century Church.
In addition to these exhibits there have been rather embarrassing to
Mrs. .Swatts announced she
was a replica of the original fort, the ladies on the long voyage! would have to transfer to an after-
a log stockade enclosing a group of Having spent most of the day at noon harcle next month and her
log, brush and wattle houses with the exposition grounds, we left di- daughter, Mrs Harrison became
thatched roofs which contained the rectly for Alexandria, not desiring daughter, Mrs, Harrison, became
a new member and will replace
weapons, tools and everyday uten- to spend another night getting up h Mother as Circle Secretary.
sils nsed by the colonists. Of par- to let the trains through our bun- er
ticular interest was the ivy-clad galow. Mrs. Ramsey read an account of
church tower, all that remains of Next week We will take you not what took place at the school of
the house of worship erected in only to Alexandria, where we drop- Missions and expressed her regrets
1639. Also the remains of the glass ped off Mrs. Daughtry, for a month's that our Church had no delegate
works, unearthed recently. An ex- visit with her daughter and son-in- there. However Mrs. Swatts re-
act replica of this establishment law, but to the Smithsonian Insti- minded us the same training would
has been built (although with gas tute at Washington,D. C. the only be available at the Seminar in Sep-
furnishing its power, orera! es thru- spot In the nations capital which tember.
Swe visited at this time, the tem- It was announced that September
iperature at that time standing a 101 was the month for Circle No. 4 to
degrees. We'll endeavor to make provide workers to take charge of
another stop on the return trip and the Nursery, greet those attending
poke our noses -in to the senate Church anr serve the M. Y. F.
Chamber and give our regards to Following this announcement the
Bob Sikes in the house. Meeting was closed with the Circle
o Benedistion.
It pays to alvercu--try It!


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Ala. and daughter Mrs. Cenas
Gaines and son George of New Or-
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Ward Cottage, Beacon Hill.

Massey Ward, Former resident
of this city, now of Mobile, Ala.,
vWsited with his mother, Mrs.
George Ward at the Ward Cottage
at Beacon Hill.


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daughter Delores and son Bill ,- .a
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and visiting with their son daugh-
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announced recently in Chicago dur-
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The new building, which will be
headquarters for the international
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goal. ('Nineteen hundred and sixty-
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there are 4400 Kiwania clubs and
approximately 251,000 Kiwanis
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quarters at 520 North Michigan
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numbers 125.
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architect, who is President of the
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ure.
"Construction of this new build-
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iKiwanis, now in its 43rd year,
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By MRS. EULA ROGERS
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Peterson of
Winter Haven was a visitor Thurs-
day of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kelly.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Nichols of
Sarasota were the Sunday visitors
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers. Mr.
Nichols is Mr. Rogers' stepson.-
Miss Shirley O'Brian of Kinard
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cur-
tis O'Brian.
. Mrs. L. Welsh and grandchildren
Monie, Debbie and Earl of Live
Oak spent last week with her bro-
ther and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Clayton Coker.
Mrs. W. D. Prevotte of Cobton-
wood, Ala., were the recent guests
of her neice Mrs. Curtis O'Brian.
James and John Casey of De,
Funiak Springs, twin brother of
Floyd Casey, spent last week with


Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Casey.
Mrs. Nora Edwards of Sopchop-
py visited the Clinton Cox family
Friday.


The many friends of Mrs. Ruby Iwith identical white embroidered
Colvin are happy to know she is
convalescing at home after having
undergone surgeyr at the Munici- A
pal Hospital recently.
SMr. and Mrs. L. H. Kelly. Mrs.
Dan Hatfield and Mrs. A. I. Knight F i &
and son visited friends and relatives i
in Bonifay and Graceville Sunday. SQUA In
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Worley of
Graceville was the visitor of Mr. S lJIll
and Mrs. L. H. Kelly Thursday.
Miss Barbara Gay of Wewahitch-
ka spent Sunday with her sister
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Du- SAVE EVERY DAY B
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Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Mullinex
and daughter, Wanda and Miss
Dina Rayburn of Columbus, Ga.,
Mrs. Ben Clendine, Jr., and daugh-
ter Carol of Dothan, Ala., were re-
cent visitors to the beach and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
O'Brian.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Armstrong of
Clearwater were Sunday visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Armstrong
and family.
Mr. and' Mrs. Bert Eakers and
son, Bert, Jr., spent the week end
in Wewahitchka with friends and
relatives.
Mrs. Walter White and children
Delmer Lee and Lorrine of Bonifay
spent last week with her father
and brother, W. F. Goff and Mr.
and Mrs. Earnest Goff.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Skipper and
son Donnie of Panama City spent
Saturday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Skipper.
Miss Mavis Butts of Pensacola
spent last week end with her par-
ents and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hen-
ry Butts.
Mrs. Curtis O'Brian and Mrs. W.
D. Prevatte were the recent guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Pittman and
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ross of
Youngstown.
Curtis Adams attended ithe fun-
eral of his cousin in Milton last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mann have
moved to Port St. Joe.
Mrs. J. V. Sessions of Fort My-
ers is visiting this week with her
granddaughter, Mrs. S. F. Daniels.
Mrs. W. F. Daniels of East Point
spent last week with her son, Steve'
Daniels.
Mrs. John Hewett, Mrs. Clyniton
Peterson and children visited in
De Funiak Springs last week.
Mrs. Bill Lee and daughter San-
dra visited in Milton and Bagdad
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith and
children returned ito Clendia West
Va., this week. They had visited
Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Rentz for two weeks.
Merel Seawright left last week
for Akron, Ohio to attend Engin-
eers College.
Mrs. Lorrine Seawright is visiting
in Mobile, Ala., with her daughter
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Stokes.
Mrs. Curtis O'Brian and Miss
Shirley O'Brian of Kinard spent
several days in Panama City vis-
iting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S'tory and
children visited the Ted Whitfield
family Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Whitfield
of Kenny's Mill visited relatives
here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Raffield of
Norfolk, Va., visited their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Raffield Sunday.
Mrs. James Grissett and children
spent several days in Marianna and

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guests entered the party they Mrs. A. L. Knight.
signed the bride's book which was -- -
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porch of the Forehand home was Miss Beth Garraway who is
beautifully decorated with pink spending the summer at the beach o
coral vine and bowls of pink and cottage of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
white pinwinklse. The refreshment Charles Garraway, spent Saturday
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Mac Johnson's mother just
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bothering her sleep the last
time we were over there. "Yes,"
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.:one that is so interested in tai in, "'Dead Lakes Water Managealm t 1ep1&t e t part i. Hlhuk 8eli NEWS FROM ,Mr. arid Mri, HPoard J Linebar-
MINUTES OF tiB fit of the cot4. Mr. Roche asked equities, ,o he should get dow n n District", t told the Boar?.that C.rt.ir.Il f and H .
how large a piece of property is the line first," WHEREAS, Members of alid owners of Highland View had Omade Kgr and sOb, Howie, returned home
COUNTY COMMISSION allowed for Homestead exemptions I Mr. Harry H. Saunders asked ii "Dead Lakes Water Management several errors in subdividing said Saturday morning after spending
(Continued From Page 2) when the property is in a city. The there aren't other cases just lik16 District" having been heretofore property; that the original owners By JUANitA MORRIS the sdrriner visiting with the lat-
to this tax roll, but the tax roll lid Attorney for the Board answered, i this in Port St. Joe. Mr. Patrick appointed by the Governor of the of said property request the County .Pie'parts, Mr. and Mrs W. B.
not reflect values as they should that V2 .acres was allowed, Mr. answered, that it was a custom to *State of Florida, and- Commissioners to approve 'his re- Pa 1a d r
be; that he was going into 'the val- Roche the asked the Assessor the allow 3 lots in a city for a home- WHEREAS, said law provides plat of a part of the Highland View Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley and byks, Mt. and Mrs. Linebarger's
ies very horoughly next year; that value place on lots 4, 5, 6, 18, Blk. stead. that the members of said District area. After discussion and being ad- children are spending a few days home is in Cape Gariedo, Mo.
certain individuals have made the 84. City of Port St. Joe. Mr. Patrick Mr. ciDkens informed Mr. Roche shall have the necessary authority vised by the attorney, there was a in Bonita. citing g with friends and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and
statement that. no one man can tru- answered that the value was that he would have to take the to finance any projcet deemed motion by Comm. Croxton, second- Irlat children visited in Panama City
ly assess all of the property as it $4,000.00 for lots 4, 5, 6 and $200.00 blame for this error on Mr. Dowd's necessary to carry out the purpose ed by Comm. Cooper and duly car- lat av with M d Mr A
would be assessed everyone ,, Mr Roche then said that part because he was to see that all of said Act, and tied, that said plat be accepted,p- Mr. and Mrs. Ivis E. Pinter are Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Alan
gives him te he help that.e shouldor thepropert. st men.ioned was of Mr. Dowd's property was on the WHEREAS, said law provides proved and ordered filed, to-wia: spending a few days in Mississippi Cline.
get. Mr. Saunders then said that it owne pbyp Mr. Dowd and that in 1957 tax roll as it should be. that said District may levy a Spec- The County Engineer nfored Mrs Lois Jean Gibson and chil-
would be good not to wait so long 1956 and 1956 he received home- The Chairman called for anyone ial ta, xnot to exceed one (1) mill the Board that because of possible dren of Oklahoma are visiting with
next year before taking a look atwith objections to the 1957 tax roll annually on all taxable property development in Gulf County in the ing projects.it
nextryearwbeforeo king t at stead ehonsi c aleofaid pro t T 1 i.. dfuutre,h- raran MandM
the tax roll, stead exmptich w s al ou aidproas presented this date by he Tax in Gullf anid Calhoun Countiesz. d fuutre, that the County should A petition with a number of sig- her arent, Mr. and Mrs. Evett
Mr. W. C Roche appeared before Ior than the law allows, and even lAssessor, to please come forward WBERMIAS, said District is de adopt some rules and specifications natures of residents of Honeyville McFarland and family.
the Board and stated that he"'did nowwhen he Is getting 3 lots home- and register the complaint. No one sirous to constructing a dam across for the future developers to abide was presented, requesting the Coun- Mrs. Mary Lee Pitts and daugh-
nhet have any complaints with he dis stead exempt, h is still getting complained. the mouth of the. Dead Lakes and by in the constructing of streets in ty to change the time of spraying ters of Wewhitchka visited with
property values, or the value of any more than the law allows. Mr.getting Whereupon, there was a motion is now in. the process of raising Subdivisionis. Discussion followed for mosquitoes from 2:00 a.m. to
proptherty values, buior the valut he o wanted more thn the law allows: am by Comm Harden, seconded by funds to finance said dam, and but no action taken. 11:00 p.m. This information was 'Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Davis Mon-
other property, bu questions for that he wanted makch then remarks for 'uhe Comm. Cooper and upon vote was WHEREAS, it is necessary for A discussion was had with ref- passed on to the Mosquito Control day.
to ask some questions or unanimously carried, that the 1957 this District to levy a tax of one erence to U. S. Highway 98, known Supervisor. Miss Jenny Kay Norris and Miss
.... tax roll be accepted and approved (1) mill on all taxable property in as "Scenic Highway", after which T he Hon. H. 0. Pridgeon, Tax Carol Jean Miles, Miss June Ivey,
Whereupon, there was a motion Gulf and Calhoun Counties for the the Board instructed the Clerk to Collector made the following report, Miss Gail Anderson, Miss Paula
Phoneort t Joe by Comm. Ilarden, seconded by purpose of aiding in the financing write to the State Road Department to-wit:erson Miss Paula
Phone d Floride Comm. Cooper and upon vote was said dam, and and request that said Highway be "I was charged on the 1956 tax- Lovett, Miss Karen Stripling and
BA 7-4646 uiZ S r U F'o unanimously carried, that the Tax WHEREAS, it is necessary for kept in good repair at all times and roll the sum of 307,407.83. Patrick MeFarland, Bobby Neel re-
i Assessor be instructed dto revise his this District to levy a 'tax of one to place proper signs at each in- Assessor added the sum of 138.38 turned home Friday night after at
1958 tax roll and to secure what (1) mill on all taxable property in tersection of said Scenic Highway Penalties charged, 150.59.
help he needs within 'the County, Gulf and Calhoun Counties for the and the new Short-Cut 1Highway be- Assessor undercharged on tax- tending the Youth Camp in Panam
and that this Board offers any as- purpose of aiding in the financing tween Apalachicola and Port St. roll 480.83 City.
distance that can be given, said dam.T Joe. Total 308,177.63 David and Tommy Riley of Pensa-
The Chairman announced that NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- Applications from the following I have remitted he following cola visited with James Knight over
the next business will be that of SOLVED: parties were received for the post- sums: the week end
considering the adoption of *he 'Section 1. That the Dead Lakes tion of Supervisor of the Gulf Coun- 'School Board 197,493.57 the w -ek end
1957-58 budget. After lengthy con- Wa'ter Management District hereby ty Mosquito Control District: Wil- County Commissioners 90,3,65.47 Mrs. Boncile Linebarger, Mrs. Al-
sideration, there was a motion by declares and .levies a tax of one liam R. Rasmussen, S. J. Taylor Gulf County Health Unit 6,885.01 len H. Norris, Jason Dykes, Mrs.
Comm. Cooper, seconded .by Comm. ('1) mill on all taxable property in and Max W. Kilbourn. No action .St. Joe Fire Control Dist. 642.34 Betty Dees, Juanita Norris and
SHarden and upon vote was duly Gulf and Calhoun Counties for the taken at this time. Total Remitted 295,806.42
cherS / carried that the iem "New Equip- tax year 1957. As per minutes of this Board, Discounts earned 11,667.38 Charlene Kay visited in Panama
-.- -. ment" in the Road and Bridge bud- Section 2. That the Board of page 40 of this book, the Board ex- E. & I. List 683.83 City Thursday nigh. t
Z.. get, in the amount of $34,500.00, County Commissioners of Gulf and ecuted a deed in favor of Neal Total 308,177.63 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ernest and
'We?..-. Ick be reduced to $10;500.00. Calhoun Counties be, and they are Lumber and Manufacturing Comn- The oBard thanked the Collector daughters of Ohio, are visiting with
WelU.. mt Back, I Whereupon, there was a motion hereby requested to concur in and pany for '10 acres of lan din Lot 7, for such a good report and did then
'by Comm. Harden, seconded by authorize said levy of one (1) mill Section 19, T4S, R9W. This land release ehim from .any further col- the latter's mother Mrs. Minnie
Comm. Croxiuon and upon vo'e was for the use and benefit of said Dis- being in exchange of 5 acres in elections of the 1956 tax roll. Gay and family.
We've missed you greatly duitaf the sumrner and once unanimously carried, that the trict, at the same time said Boards Section 16, T7S, R0lW. A report of license issued by the Mrs. H. D. Levins and daughter,
gain return our youngsters to your capable hands. county commissioners budget for of County Commissioners assess The Board directed ithe Clerk to Tax Collector was filed with the Regina,. returned home Sunday at-
the fiscal' year beginning October and levy other taxes for the year advertise for the following person- Board. ter
If you would care to add to your earning power dur. 1, 1957 and ending Sept. 30, 1958 1957 tax year. al property: 1 IBM executive type- The Farm Agent filed his month- ter spending several days n Boni-
ing the coming year, you will be interested in a savings as advertised, with the above Section 3. That a copy of ths res- writer with proportional spacing ly report, ,fay visiting with friends and rela-
occount that pays big dividends every six months. change in the Road and Bridge lutioi be presented to the Board of and marginal justified, etc. Said The Board approved and ratified tives.
Stop in Fund, as advertised in the July 18 County Commissioners of Gulf and machine to be placed in ithe office all payrolls for the month of July, Honored With Party
op i issue of the Gulf County Breeze Calhoun Counties for their action, of the Circuit Judge in Gulf County. 1957 as paid. Intermediate la of th
and The Star Publishing Company, this 29th day of July A. D., 1957. Sheriff B. E. Parker presented a The following bills were present- The Intermediate Class of the
BRING oi MAIL us your Check, Money Order, st. Joe. /a/ WILLIAM H. LINTON surety bond for Louie Wayne White ed, examined, approved and order- ,Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
or Cash for an INSURED SAVINGS account. Mr. William H. Linton. Acting ADOPTED in regular meeting, of -Highland View, Florida, a new ed paid: was honored Monday night with a
Chairman, Dead Lakes Water Man- Acting Chairman Deputy Sheriff. The same was duly General Fund, Warant No. 7827 party given by Mrs. Ray LaVell
agement District, presented a reso- Mr. Harry H. Saunders informed approved. Fine and Forfeiture Fund, War- and Mrs. Allen Norris. Those at-
You will be pleased with the prompt, efficient, lution from said District calling the Board that he is a member of The City of Wewahitchka request- rant No. 1028 through 1045. tending were the following: Shar-
friendly way we handle your business. for the assessment of 1 mill against said District, but having pust been ed (by letter) the County to request 1 Road & Bridge Fund, Warrant on Wilson, Carol Burns, Vivian
all property in Gulf County, to be appointed by the Governor, he did the State Road Department to No. 3858 through 3'890. Ray, Peggy Hskn, Mariyn Knight
used by said District to pay part no know very much about the Dis- make a survey on the Cochran -. H. & J. I. & S. Fund, Warrant ayPeggy ain, Marilyn Knight
of the costs of constructing a dam trict and its plans, but he thought Landing Road at the earliest date No. 40. Barbara Young, Anita Yates, Diane
C /*M acorss the Dead Lakes. Mr. Linton the Board should not assess 1 mill possible and stated that even thoe Health Center Construction Fund, Dykes, Jerry and Linda Hill, Paula
F \yOttZent requested the Board to concur in at this time because it appears this project is not included in the Warrant No. 41 through 42. Lovette, Wanda Odum, and Jenny
its resolution because it was very that the District won't need that 1957-58 budget, the City wants theI The oB'ard decided that it-would Kay Norris.
1 I / urgent that 'the District begin ac- much money for a long time, and City wants the right of way obtain- not assess the necessary millage
oe era *, cumulating funds in order that th) suggested that only one quarter de while all land owners are will- for the County Commissioners bud- Honored With Shower
Sate of Florida will match up to mill be assessed this year. After ing to give the necessary right of get at this time but will meet at Mrs. Buford Griffin was honored
9 $100,000.00 before a two year period lengthy discussion, there was a way. 6 o'clock p.m. Friday, August 16, Thursday night with a stork show-
YOUR EMzaLEM Sa ingl expires. The resolution follows: motion by Comm. Strickland, sec- The 'Chairman announced that 1957 for this purpose. Thursday ni with a stork show-
OF SAFWaY WHEREAS, the Legislature of ended by Comm. Croxton and upon the State Road Department has There being no further business er. Hostesses for this *occasion
the State of Florida, in' regular vote was unanimously carried, that heretofore bene contacted and re- to come before the board at this were Mrs. Jean Shoots and Mrs.
and LOAN ASSOCIATION of Port St. Joe Session of 1957, enacted- a law, the Boar dassess one mill for the quested to make this survey and time it did then adjourn. Ray Jolly. Refreshments were ser-
S'House Bill 2052, Acts of 1957, cre- use and benefit of the Dead Lakes Ithat it will be made as soon as the ATTEST:
eating and establishing in Gulf and Water Management District, at the Survey party of the State Road De- George Y. Core J. C. Price ved to the following guests: Mrs.
Calhoun Counties a special Water time the County Millage is assessed. apartment catches up on some press- Clerk Circuit Court Chmn. (Continued on page 8)


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Announcement.


I wish. to announce my candidacy for the office of
Maypr-Commissioner in the City election to be held on
Tuesday, September 10.

I have been a resident of Port St. Joe since 1938
except for three years spent in service during World
War II As a citizen and business owner of our com-
munity. for over 19 years, I am aware of the needs of
our community.


If you see fit to honor me with election to the
office of Mayor-Commissioner, I assure you that I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the office and will
ever work for progress in our City and for fair and
impartial government in our municipal affairs.

Your vote is -earnestly solicited for this office.



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Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 'p.m. In Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren Invited.
C. W. LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty.


BICYCLE REPAIRS
Phone BAll 7-3820


FOR RENT: iHouse at St. Joe Baebh ap&rtimeu .. Inquire at O 5 L 4tbh t,
E,. TOM PRIDOGEON Phone ;-660)6. ttfc4S2
Real Estate & Insurance
BAll 7.7741 411 Reid Ave, FOR RENT; 2 bedroom house. Gas
refrigerator and stove, automi-
FOR SALE.; a two bedroom house tic dishwasher, attic fan. Phone
at St. Joe Beach. Partly furnish- 7-7311.,
ed. Priced for quick sale for only -
-.54.250.00. $500.00 down and balance LAWNS MOWED: -Oat Jimmy Wil-
on easy terms. der, Phone 9-1903.
FOR SALE: A very nice two bed- LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
room brickcrete home on Mc- hour. Cut your lawn and let me
Clellan Ave., Lot 130 ft. by 128 t. or.Ctyurepoaoetm
Will sell for $12,600.00. Can sell for worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
nly $200 down r Oan snce ,on Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
nly -1200-down and balancee ,n son, Phone 7-7601.
long term mortgage. eon, Phone 7-7601.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker SPECIAL SERVIcES
Ph. BAll 7-3491 221 Re;d Ave. -, -- -- -
AIOR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom home. atti service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
fan., venetian' blinds, oak floors, shone 7-7846. Outboard motors re-
rubber tee in kitchen, dining room ,aired, also.
and' bath. 2 bedroom home. One'
bedroom home. Double duplex. One SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
juiilding for washing. One car shed. Buford Griffin,: Phone 7-7011 for
rOne vacant lot. Six pecan trese, quick expert service, tfc-5-2.
gr-ape arbor, Four units rented.
Will sell for any reasonable offer. 'qADE US that useless article for
Due to bad health: C. A. Phelps. something useful. STOP and
Highland View. 1tp-tfce-22 "WAP.
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house. Keys Made While You Wait
1305 sq. ft. 2 baths. $11.00. Ap-
proximately $3,500 down. J. W. 35c EACH
Ford. Phone 7-8261. tp BICYCLE PARTS
FOR SALE: Grocery and Market. WESTERN AUTO
Wit';. ;, ...J.., a.. ... n.. i ii HUNTING & FIHIH"NG. LICENSES


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.


61 reveport ., a r., e. uesayu atter.
spending two weeks here with her
cousin, Miss Crista Duren.
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THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge FOR SALE: Legal ruled pads, on-
No. 111, F&AM every first and ionskin, second sheets, scratch pada
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. mimeograph paper, typewriter and
adding machine ribbous. Man" oth-
Ser supplies. THE STAR Phone
7 3161 for delivery.
EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M. FOR SALE: Alteration tags and
ROY L. BURCH, Seety. Sale price tags. Call 7-3161. The
Ail Master Masons cordially invited Star.


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THE STAR
PHONE 7-3161


WILL$ V. ROWAN POST 11 fA
TEN AMERICAN LUDIONM. i V W w
ing first and third Moaay nights 1a n Y*ager Mrs. W. 0 Wilson
800 p.m., American uo, HRome. M
Mrs. Glenda Darley, Mrs. Lavado
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of O'Bryan, Mrs. Margaret Harper,
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- Mrs. Jimmie Burns, Mrs.-Herman
Ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddle, Stripling, Ms. Kenneth Ellis, Ms.
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary. Ray Jolly, Mrs. Lois Baxter, Mrs.
LEGAL ADWERTISING Jean Shoots, Mrs. Nelton Gardner,
Mrs. Cecil Ray Pippins, Mrs. Ed-
REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS die 'Tubberville, Mrs. Ernest Light-
FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION
The City registration books will foot. Those sending gifts, but un-
open at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, Aug-i able to attend were Mrs. H. A,
ust 21k 1957 at the office of the Butts, Mrs. Ed Wynn, Miss LaVern
City Clerk at the City Hall. Those Glass, Mrs. Anderson Davis, Mrs.
wishing to register as voters for
the Municipal Election Primary to L. W. Cox, Mrs. J. S. S'hirey, Mrs.
be held September "10, 1957, may Peggy Adams, Mrs. W. G. Knight,
register between the hours of 9:00 Mrs. Wade Neel, Mrs. James Lov-
A.M; and 12:00 Noon; and from ette and Mrs Ray Leavell.
1:00 P.M. to-~:00 P.M. Monday
through Friday and from 9:00 A.M. -
to 12-00 Noon on Sautrday, begin- ST. JAMES' CHURCH
ning August 21 and continuing EPISCOPAL
through 12:00 o'clock Noon, Sat- Rev. Gardner D. Underhill
urday, August 31, 1957, at which
time the registration books will Priest In Charge
close. All persons who have regis- 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion, Rev.
tered as electors in the City of Robert S. Snell.
Port St. Joe within the past five 11:00 a.m. Morning prayer and
years are not required to re-regis-
ter. Citizens of the United States ermon, Robert Oliver.
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,
R. W. HENDERSON 4t
City Auditor and Clerk 8-8
-K%
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
You will please take notice that Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Buford
the undersigned is engaged in
business in Port St. Joe, Florida Smith announce the birth of a son,
under the firm name of "Stone's Ruady Marvin on August 14.
Shop for Men", and will, on 29 Mr. and Mrs. Horace Greeley
August, 1957, register said fictitious Brown anounce the birth of a
name with the Clerk of he Circuit daughter, Terri Donna on August
Court of Gulf County, Florida, at
Wewahitchka, Florida. This the 14.
8th day of August, A.D., 1957.
JESSE V. STONE 4t-8-8 Miss Dorothy Lee WhitehuraT of
Sh"*- C, .T rt- LT r lrt m, .S nft Ti


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