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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1958
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 Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


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ETAOIN SIHRDLU
by WKS EY R. RAMSEY


They're off at the gate and run
ning!
The candidates, of course.
Cecil ('Beedlebaum) Costin and
"Bob" (Mother-in-law) Ellzey are
off to a fast start qualifying on the
first two days of registration.
It is rumored that Ben (Lettuce)
Williams will get into the race, but
as of press time he had not quali-
fied.
Whether the field will be crowd-
ed with more candidates is no;
known at this time. If there are
some more candidates for the Rep-
resentative race, your guess as to
who they are is as good as mine.

This story of the deputy sheriff
shooting a man could begin to stink'
before it is all over.
We question the right of the de-
puty to use his gun in other than
an official capacity-and then only
sparingly.
We think it would be a good idea
for the Sheriff to make a thorough
investigation of this matter, no mat-
ter what the circumstances of the
altercation are.
This alleged beating that Wim-
berly received at the hands of the
deputy upon his arrest Monday
night should be thoroughly inves-
tigated.
One thing we don't need around
here is a blackjack happy deputy
or policeman. If Wimberly was tru-
ly beaten repeatedly about the
head, arms and shoulders as he
claims, Mr. Hersey should be re-
quired to furnish a jim-dandy of an
explanation as to "why".
We're not saying that Hersey did
these things, ,but no matter, the
accusation should be investigated
thoroughly.
We definitely frown upon Her-
sey's using his gun in such a capa-
city upon anyone. There are other
ways to stop a- man, it he means
one bodily harm; other than-shoot-
ing him.

Back to the races.
We are glad to see them begin.
The political races are to the news-
papers and printers what Christ-
,as Is to a child-or a successful
sagl is to a merchant. In other
words, it gives a chance to balance
the budget for the year.
The Star is not to be caught nap-
ping with the advent of this time
of year. We laid up a splendifeorous
supply of cards, circular paper,
sign board, red ink and other ne-
cessary material for reading the
political' "bull". And like "Available"
Jones, we are available to all can-
didates who enter the office wtih
a dollar or two clenched in their
hot little fists.
And if you think this is an adver-
tisement standing out unashamedly
on 'the front page of this here per-
iodical-you are so right.

We have swore off having-from
necessity of health and sanity-to
go fishing on Saturday afternoon
for the duration of the campaign.
The only thing that will tear us
away from now until the middle of
September will be for the fish to
be biting real serious like.

We've gotta talk about Woodrow
Henderson again.
His wife Sara, has been taking
driving lessons out at the school
'house. The other day she minced
into the City Hall where Woodrow
was busy trying to keep the city
'books balanced, and said "Wood-
row, I hope you won't be mad but
I made a little purchase this morn-
irg".
Woodrow glanced up from his
work, and put on his eternal grin,
and said, "What didja buy Sara?
Did you finally break down and get
me that new rod and reel?"
"Oh, nothing that extravagant",
said Sara, "it's something more
useful".
Woodrow, still grinning, replied
with, "I think you have enough new
dresses-what did you buy a new
one for. You just bought one year
before last".
"I didn't buy a dress', Sara said.
Woodrow began to grow a ques-
tion mark on top of his head and
mildly inquired, "Well, what did
you buy?"
"A new car", said Sara.
You could have heard a pin .drop
for a second or two then Wood-
row made a mad dash for his heart
trouble pills and began to pace the
floor. 'A NEW OAR", he exploded,


Frank Wimberly Is Seriously

Wounded Tuesday Night

Frank Wimberly of this city is in serious condition in the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital as the result of a gunshot wound
inflicted upon him by Deputy Sheriff J. G. Hersey Tuesday night.
Hersey shot Wimberly in the left abdomen Tuesday night about
10:00 P.M. on the corner of First Street and Reid Avenue after
a brief exchange of words and Wimberly allegedly came at Her-
sey with a knife.


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Ellzey, Costin, Qualify For|Representative


R. H. (Bob) Elizey Is First To Representative Cecil G. Costin


Qualify For Gulf County Office


R. H. "Bob" Ellzey became the
first active candidate for the po-
sition as State Representative
from Gulf County when he quali-
fied with the Secretary of State
in Tallahassee Tuesday shortly af-


Babe Ruth League

Picks All-Star

Tourney Team

The Port St. Joe Babe Ruth
League picked an all-star team this
week for District Tournament play.
The tournament is tentatively set
fcr the third week of July at a
place which is yet to be announced.
The team will be composed of the
following players. The figures af-
ter the players name is his battign
average.
Johnny Price, Landcos .... 606
'Bob Munn, Landcos ------- .450
Nelson Hall, Gunn's -. .428
Leland Smith, Gunn's .--..400
Jimmy Wilder, Lions .387
Donnie Young, Lions ---.- .$44
Robert Costin, Lions ------- .333
Steve Kennedy, Legion .313
'Curtis Hammond, Gunns .. .300
Don Gardner, Landcos __. .276
Mike, McKenzie, Lions .-.. .276
Rodney Spaulding, Landcos .241
Earnest Thursbay, Gunls .232
Joe Whaley, Gunn's .222
Johnny Ray, Landcos 116
Alternates are:
Blaine Tharpe, Landcos .178
Herbert Gardner, Legion .154
The team manager will be Harry
Dowden, assisted by Coleman
Tharpe.
The Babe Ruth League standings
are: Landco's, first place with a
11-2 record; Gunn's second; Lions
third and the Legion in the cellar.
The all-star team will play an
Apalachicola Babe Ruth League
team this afternoon at 5:30 p.m.
at Centennial Field.
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"Woman have you gone mad? We
can't even afford, a used car let
alone a new one. Ain't walking
good enough for you?'.
'Woodrow is still pacing and
Sara still has the new car.
It sounds funny, but this is the
truth.
An interview with Woodrow
brought forth this gem of wisdom:
"Ain't that a heck of a trick to play
on a fellow?"


ter the qualifying period opened
at noon.
Ellzey, at present serving his
second year as a City Commission-
er in Port St. Joe, was the first to
qualify for any Gulf County office
for the coming September primary.
'Ellzey is very active in civic af-
fairs where he attends the First
Baptist Church, Past Commander
of the Willis V. Rowan, Post 116,
American Legion, President of the
Babe Ruth Baseball League, Assis-
tant Fire Chief of the Port St. Joe
Volunteer Fire Department, Chair-
man of the Gulf County TB and
Health Seal Sale Campaign, Presi-
dent of the Elementary PTA and
many other civic activities.
, Ellzey stated to The Star:
"I will conduct my campaign at
all times with respect to the int-,g-
rity of the people and at no time
will I enter into a mud slinging
campaign. I will run entirely on
merit and not the demerit of any
other candidate.
"I believe I can represent all of
the people of Gulf County without
pitting one section of the county
against the other. My primary in-
terest will be the affairs of Gulf
County, Northwest Florida second
and the affairs of the rest of the
sections of Florida third.
"'I am not obligated to anyone or
any .section of the state other than
Gulf County and can perform the
duties of Representative with an
open mind and clear conscience.


Indoor Tennis Court

Open For Adults

The indoor tennis court in the
high school gym will be made
available to adults who are inter-
ested in tennis each Monday night
trom 7 until 9 p.m. Other nights
will be scheduled if sufficient in-
terest is shown, according to Coach
Marion Craig.
Tennis instruction is available to
those who wish to improve their
games or to those who wish
learn the game. There is no charge
for the use of tlhe court or for the
instruction.
Equipment will be furnished
those players who need it. It is
hoped that enough adult players


Seeking Re-election For Fifth Term


Rep. Cecil G. Costin, Jr., filed
with the Secretary of State yes-
terday to seek re-election 4s Gulf
County's Representative to the
State Legislature,
,Costin is a livelong resident of
Gulf County and a practicing attor-
ney. He is City Attorney of Port
St. Joe and served as County At-
torney for Gulf County from 1958
until his election as State Repre-
sentative. He is a member of the
First Baptist Church of Port St.
Joe, a Mason and member of sev-
eral civic and fraternal organiza-
tions in the City.
He is a member of the Gulf
County Democratic Executive Com-
mittee, Past President of the Port
St. Joe Chamber of -Commerce and
Past President of the 14th Judicial
'Circuit Bar Association. Costin se.-
ved as a member of the Legisla-
ture from Gulf County during the
19'53, '55 and '57 sessions, and is
chairman of the important County
and Municipal Government Com-
mittee.
Rep. Costin was the author and
sponsor of the bill providing for
the Dead Lakes Water Management
District comprising Gulf and Cal-
houn Counties, and was the spon-
sor of the bill providing for an ap-
propriation of $100,000.00 from the
State to construct a dam on the
Dead Lakes. This project is pres-
ently under way and it is anitcipat-
ed that bids will be let for the
construction of the dam in the ear-
ly fall.
He was sponsor of the bill that
provided a State appropriation to
make an industrial survey of the
Apalachicola River Basin and Gulf
County Intracoastal Canal for the
purpose of providing potential in-
dustrial prospects with the natural
and physical resources available in
this area. This survey is being
made by A. D. Little, Inc., of Cam-o
bridge, Mass., and is, scheduled to
be completed in September, 1958.
Rep. Costin was the Administra-
tion Floor Leader for the bill to
remove sheriffs and law enforce-
ment officials from the antiquated
fee system as a method of compen-
sating them for their services in the
State, and placing them on a sal-
ary basis.
Costin was one of the Floor Lead-
ers for the FIorida Federation of


will take advantage of this oppor- Labor in securing passage of bills
tunity to have a tournament later sponsored by this organization.
in the summer. He sponsored and steered to pas-
This activity is a part of the high sage legislation to provide compen-
schools recreation program. station for beekeepers for diseased


bees destroyed by the State on the
same basis as is presently provided
for cattle and livestock owners in
the State,
Costin was co-introducer of the
bill which provided an Increase In
school teachers' salaries and ap-
propriated money for additional
classroom construction in t h e
State.
Among the bills of a local na-
ture sponsored by Costin was a
bill to provide a Natural Gas Dis-
trict for Gulf County to insure that
the people of this County would be
served by natural gas when the
pipeline is constructed through
Northwest Florida.
Costin sponsored the bill for the
removal of the City Gas Tax im-
posed upon the consumer in Port
St. Joe. He also sponsored the bill
to provide for the construction of
an additional cemetery for the City
of Port St. Joe.
In announcing his candidacy for
re-election, Rep. Costin said: "I
feel that my record for legislation
in behalf of the people of Gulf
County is a good record, and if I
am re-elected I will assure the peo-
ple of this County that I will con-
tinue to serve them as their rep-
resentative to the best of my abil-
ity and in their interest."


LBB Barbecue

Saturday Afternoon

Harold Prim, President of the
Little Boys Baseball League re-
minds people of Port St. Joe of
the barbecue to be given at 6:30
p.m. Saturday afternoon at the
Centennial Building to benefit
the Little Boys Baseball organil
nation.
All funds derived from the
sale of barbecue dinners will go
to purchase equipment for the
League.
An added attraction of the
barbecue will be the awarding
of the "Good Sportsmanship"
and "Most Valuable Player"
awards for last years players.
Awards will be made In both of
the Little Boys Leagues.
Price of the barbecue is $1.50
for adults and 75c for children.
The meal ticket will also include
one soft drink. Additional drinks
will need to be purchased.


Hammock Catches

32 Pound King

Jack Hamock came to the fore
this week when he caught a 32
pound king mackerel in the St.
Joseph Bay to take the lead in
that category in the St.'Joe Boat
Club's Fishing Rodeo.
Hammock's fish topped 'the
former king mackerel lead held
by Joe Hendrix, Jr., with a 17/2
pound fish.


Summer Recreation

In Second Week

The summer recreation program
for students of high school -age is
well into its second week of op-
eration. It is sponsored by the Gulf
County Board of Public Instruction.
One of the prime objectives of the
program is to provide constructive
activities for the students during
the vacation months.
Tennis is proving to be one of
the most popular activities. An in-
door court is available in the high
school gym and much use is being
made of it. The following students
have shown an interest in tennis
and are developing the skills neces-
sary to play the game: Marina
Punt, Patty Redd, Pat Spears, Fran-
ces Spears, Bob Munn, 'Larry Davis,
Don Gardner, Freddie Bowdoin, Al-
bert Ray, Howard Lovett, Paul Rob-
bins, Don Young, Blaine Tharpe,
Curtis Hammond, Rodney Spauld-
ing, Jimmy Adams, Jimmy Wilder,
Edward Smith, Richard Zipperer
and others.
These young players are prepa:-
ing for a tournament that is to be
held in a few weeks. All students
who are interested in tennis are
invited to come to the high school
gym.
Swimming Is also a popular ac-
tivity. Students are reminded that
transportation is furnished to Way-
side Park twice weekly. A bus will'
leave the high school at-2:00 p.m.
every Tuesday and Wednesday af-
ternoons. I
The first out of town trip is
planned for Wednesday, July 2 if
sufficient interest is shown by the
students. An all day outing will be
enjoyed at Lake Mystic. Each stu-
dent must furnish the price of ad-
mission to the lake 'and furnish his
lunch. Transportation will be fur-
nished. A bus will leave the high
school at 9:00 a.m. July 2. All stu-
dents who wish to make this trip
must sign up for it in the gym of-
fice by 5:00 p.m. July 1.
All students are invited to par-
ticipate in the recreation program.


Richards Explains

Summer Program

Hubert Richards explained the
school's summer recreation pro-
gram to the Kiwanis Club at their
regular meeting Tuesday.
Richards, outlined. the program
that was presented for the children
and listed as the program's main
objective as being to keep the chil- I
dr'en busy through the summer
months.
Richards listed some of the new
facilities that have been provided
such as a trampoline to further
round out the summer program.
After the program the club dis-
cussed repairs to their tennis court
next to the highway in the City
Park. Discussion was held on the
subjects of putting a cement sur-,
face on the court, erect new noe'.
and backstops. The matter was put
on the table until a future meeting.
The club had 24 out of 25 mem-
bers present at Tuesday's meeting.


According to the family of Wici-
berly, events that led up to the
shooting began sometime late Mon-
day night. Wimberly was on hlus
job as bridge tender on the High-
land View drawbridge. Deputy Her
saey drove up to the bridge about
midnight and arrested Wimberly
on a drunkenness charge. Again ac-
cording to the family of Wimber-
ly, he was taken to the County jail
without notifying authorities that
there was no tender at the bridge
and without calling Wimberly's
family where he was.
When Wimberly didn't show ap
fUr dinner Tuesday, the family be-
gan to look for him and located him
in the county jail. Upon his release
he was found to have numerous
bumps, whelps and bruises about
the head, arms and shoulders and
told his family he had been beaten
with a blackjack and that he was
"going to get Hersey for it".

Tuesday night Wimberly showed
up at the downtown booth shared
by city police and the Sheriff's de-
partment. He asked the where-
abouts of Hersey and then went
looking for the Deputy.

About 10 p.m. Wimberly was
on the corner of First and Reid
when Hersey rode by. Wimberly
hailed him and said he wanted to
talk to him (Hersey). Hersey
said th'.~t'*ter -'e' ,eft the car and
asked Wimberly what he wanted,
he (Wimberly) came at Hersey
with a knife and Hersey shot him.
The bullet entered the left abdomen
and then Hersey took Wimberly to
the hospital'.
The bullet damaged the liver,
part of an intestine and part of the
stomach and a kidney had to be
removed. As of press time yester-
day he was in serious condition.
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Gibson Tells Rotary

Club of Huntsville, Ala.

Tom Gibson, of Huntsville, Ala.,
talked to the Rotary Club Thurs-
day on what Huntsville meant to
America's guided missile program.
IGibson talked for a while on the
now famous Col. Nickerson and his
fight for the rocket he believed
would work-the Jupiter "C", the
first rocket to put an American
satellite into orbit. Gibson reported
that Nickerson was a popular man
about Huntsville and several citi-
zens contributed to his defense in
his famous trial.
Gibson told of some of the things
that went on at Huntsville. He said
that the rocket program has in-
creased the town from a popula-
tion of about 3,500 to over 30,000
at present. He said that Hunts-
ville's main job is the designing of
rockets that are manufactured
elsewhere.
Along the Rotary vein, Gibson
said that Huntsville was the first
town in the world with less than
25,000 population to have a Rotary
Club. The club was formed back in
1914, just six years after the be-
ginning of Rotary and now had 130
members.


L. M. Somerset Dies

Suddenly Yesterday

L. M, Somerset, operator of the
St. Joe Motel and a taxicab ser-
vice died suddenly yesterday af-
ternoon of a heart attack.
He suffered his attack at noon
and was rushed to Municipal
Hospital where he died about.
3:00 p.m.
Somerset is survived by his
wife.
Graveside services will be held
this afternoon at 4:00 p.m. at '
Holly Hill Cemetery.


TWENTY-FIRST YEAR


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1958


Engagement Announced


*Patricia Ann Smith and lames
Elliot Costin were united in mar-
riage at 3:30 p.m., June 8, in the
First Baptist Church of Orlando
with ,Dr. Henry Parker, pastor, of.
ficiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mi-
and Mrs. Herman Edward Smith,
Orlando and the groom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Guerry Cos-
tin, Sr., of Port St. Joe.
Corinne Collins of Pahokee, cou-
sin of the bride, was maid of hon-
or. The bridesmaids were Dottie
Lewis, Ramelle Ellis, Sally Coulter,
all of Orlando; Suzanne Smith,
cousin of the bride, Arcadia; and
Beverly Laurent, Bartow.
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., served as his
brother's best man. Usher-grooms-
men were John Craig and Herschel
Parrish, Orlando; Leonard Voyles,
Jacksonville; Franz Holt, North
Carolina; Ted Henjum, Hollywood;
Joel Strait and E. T. Pridgeon, Jr.,
Port St. Joe.


the church.
,Mr. Costin and his bride will re-
side in Tallahassee, where he will
resume his studies at Florida State
University.
Guests attending from Port St.
Joe were Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Cos-
tin, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Costin,
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pridgeon,
Jr., Joel Strait, Billy and Carolyn
Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Mell Magidson,
Mel Jr., and Guerry of Tampa.
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Attending Camp
Girls attending the C. A. Camp
at the West Florida Baptist Assem-
bly in Panama City from the Loni,
Avenue Baptist Church are Joy Al-
len, Diana Retherford. Connie Jack-
son, Gayle Odom, Catherine Rani
scy, Annette Lewis, Janet Statford,
Barbara Martin. Edith McLawhon
and Evelyn Dockery.

CIRCLE FOUR OF LONG
AVENUE CHURCH MEETS


The bride's sweeping gown was
Circle No. 4 of the Long Avenue
fashioned of white silk organza Baptist Church met in the home of
with embroidered lace trim. The Mrs. Tommy Castleberry, June 23
sculptured floral lace bodice form- with Mrs. Joe Wilkie, Mrs. Gene
ed a demure neckline, was fitted Fo'wler, Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey,
at the waist and buttoned down the Mrs. Bobby Bowden and one visi-
back with tiny selfcovered buttons. tor, Mrs. Katie Austin, present.
Lace applique was a feature of the The program was presented and
full skirt which terminated with a a short business session was held.
chapel train. Her full length veil Mrs. Wilkie dismissde the group
was fastened to a tiny pearl tiara. with prayer.
The bride's cascade bouquet was Mrs. Castleberry served delicious
of white carnations, centered with refreshments to the group.
a white orchid.
Following the ceremony a recep-
tion was held in the social hall of Send The Star To A Friend



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Engagement of Sara Louise Coulter

To George Hill Is Announced

Mrs. Smith Coulter of Orlando his BS degree from Florida State
announces the engagement and ap- University, where he was Fresh-
proaching marriage of her daughter, man class president, Freshman
Sara, Louise to George Riley Hill, class king, a member of the Alpha
son of Mrs. V. C. Goodson of Port Council and FSU Circus. He is a
St. Joe, and Riley Hill of Panama member of the Phi Delta Theta
City. fraternity. At present he is em-
Miss Coulter is a graduate of played by the State Insurance Corn-
Orlando schools and attended Flor- mission in Tallahassee.
ida State University where she was The wedding will be an event of
a member of the Village Vamps July 3 at 5 o'clock in the FSU
and was Phi Delta Theta sweet- Episcopal Chapel.
heart court. She is a member of
the Pi Beta Phi sorority. Friends and relatives are invited
Mr. Hill is a graduate of Port to attend the wedding and the re-
St. Joe High School. He received ception immediately following.


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Miss Sara Louise Coulter

YWA WILL MEET WITH Mrs. Charles Burton of Atlanta and
SANDRA BRACEWELL Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Beasley and
The YWA of the First Baptist Tommy Register of Jacksonville.
Church will meet in the 'home of
Miss Sandra Bracewell, 218 7th
Street, Monday, June 30 at 7:30 Visitors of Buttrams
p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Buttram had
Returns From Vacation as their guests Tuesday, Mr. and
Mrs. Jay Smith from Xenia, Ohio.
John Beasley recently returned Also visiting the Buttrams for two
from a vacation spent visiting his weeks is Rev. C. J. Buttram of
mother in Homerville, Ga., Mr. and Cottondale.


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Mr. and Mrs. James C. Watkins
of Port St. Joe announce the birta
of a son, Freddy Lee on June 19.
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Beau-
champ of this city announce lihe
birth of a boy, James Lewis on
June 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Don R. Huffman
of St. Joe Beach announce the birth
of a daughter, Cynthia A tn on
June 20.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Tindell
of Wewahitchka announce the
birth of a son, Ronie Alan on Jiune
21.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover 1. McLemore
of Route 1, Wewahitchka announce
the birth of a daughter Marchelle
on June 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer F. Ether-
idge of Port St. Joe announce the
birth of a daughter, Micheal Lin-
say on June 21.
(All births occurred at the
Municipal Hospital.)


WSCS Circle 2

Meets At Church

Circle No. 2 of the Woman's So-
ciety of Christian Service of the
Methodist Churca met Monday af-
td.noon, June 16 in the social hadl
for an organizational meeting and
at this time officers were elected
as follows:
Chairman, Mrs. Roy Gibsoa, Co-
c.aiurman, Mrs. Joe Grimsley; Sec-
retary, Mrs. Ralph Swatts; 'Tr.las-
ui-cr, Mrs. Ivey WilLams; Program,
Mrs. A. Morgan Jones, Jr.; Tele-
plione and Birthday Chairman, Mrs.
J T. Ricketson; Publicity, Mrs.
Eva Lovett; Christian Social Rela-
tions, Mrs. Joe Grimsley.
Mrs. Norton Kil'bourn, serving zs
temporary chairman, presented the
following program: Song, "We ve
A Story to Tell to the Nations";
prayer, by Mrs. A. Morgan Jones,
Jr.; scripture from Corinthians ai:d
z Timothy; A skit giving pertinent
information as to what Missionary
work includes. Participating in the
skit were Mrs. Grimsley and Mrs.
Swatts. The program concluded
with an original poem by Mrs.
Swatts, "A Tribute To My Dad".
The hostess, Mrs. Grimsley, ser-
ved punch at the beginning of the
meeting and at the close, cream and
make.


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Mr. and Mrs. Perry Elliott of Port St. Joe, announce the en-
gagement and coming marriage o f their daughter, Kathryn, to Joel
Eugene Morris, son of Mr. and M rs. J. L. Morris, also of Port St.
Joe. The wedding will be an event of June 29.


Attending Camp
Fran Gunn, Charlotte Maddox,
Elaine Sherrill, Sandra Baxley, A:-
ma Jean Alien, Kathleen Smith
and Carolyn Carr are attending G.
A. Camp at the West Florida Bap-
tist Assembly Grounds near Pana-
ma City from the First Baptim,
Church.

Visiting Hendrix'
Mrs. R. H. Bassford of Valdos-
ta, Ga., is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Joseph P. Hendrix.


Visit In Selma, Ala.
Mrs. Mary Grice and Mrs. Wayne
Futtram spent Wednesday and
T)-ursday in Selma, Ala.

Stone In Birmingham
Jesse Stone, owner of Stones'
Shop for Men i-s in Birmingham,
Ala., this week attending the fash-
ion market and purchasing fall mer-
chandise for his store.

Off To Market
Gordon Hallmark, owner of Hall-


mark's Department Store, left Sun-
Visiting In DeFuniak day for Birmingham, Ala., where he
Mrs. Arnold Daniell is visiting will attend the fall market show-
her mother in DeFuniak Springs. ing.
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Mrs. Gordon Hallmark and chil- Guests of Dr. and Mrs. Wayne
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-THE-STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1958 MINUTES OF T4-1 pare his committee a qualified list ty." that in hi. opinion, a now Jail the Board lias an ,,,... ti..,
of all Gulf County Citizens that Yours very truly, Building, separate Irom the Court discuss the project- .r, h.. P.i.'- ,
"" COUNTY COMMISSION would be eligible to sign the peti- /s/ M. P. Tomlinson louse would coAst $24.l0,000.00, plus and no commitment I.... .i.i. .,
tions and that a copy of said list Whereupon, there was a motion or minus and his fee for all designs ftltds, and no other discussion wnts
SWEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA be approved and kept on file with by Comm. Cooper, seconded by and plans would be $1800.00 or % made at thli time (end)"-Upon
SCordially Invited To Attend June 10, 1958 the Board (end)" After lengthy dis- Comm. Harden and unanimously of 1% of the estimated cost of con- motion otf Comm. Cooper, seconded
'he Board of Con'nt Coomfis- cushion, the Board told Mr. Tom- carried that the minutes in ques- siruction and Hi. Price stated that by Comm. 1'rite aid utalth iously
To og Ai o C o lf CouL nt lorida liinson to put his request in writing tion be amended and the foregoing discussion should be deferred until carried, that tlie minutes of March
0 I t hitd daLe ill 'htlrCh r session witi the in order for the Board to.see what request by Mr. Tomlinson be con- some future regular meeting and (Cotntilnued oil Page 10)
Lon Ave B ptst hu cI'ollowtting members Jpresent: G. iS his request is.-Whereupon, Mr. sidered as a part of the minutes of_
*** .Croxton, Chairman, E. C. Harden, Tomlinson filed the follwoing re- May 13, 1958 and that part of the ,aiS g-.- a-
-REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor Sr., A. J. Strickland, .. C. Price quest, to-wit: minutes as. referred to as being in- R
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9.45 a.m. and George W. Cooper. The Clerk, June 10, 1958 correct, be and the same is held at RADATO S R ARED an ECORED
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m. i Sheriff, Attorney, Mosquito control Honorable Board of County naught. CLEANED, FLUSHED
TINR-- --t- supervisor and County Engineer Commissioners of Gulf County Whereupon, there being no tur-
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .-- 6:45 p.m. were also present. Wewahitchka, Florida their corrections, the minutes were STA TE S nd GENERATORS
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m. Inuleig'c am.e to order at Gentlemen: approved and adopted as corree:ed.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m. Confirming request heretofore Mr. Tomlinson informed the REPAIRED and EXCHANGED
P Y.-- ER. :j V IThe minutes of the last regular made before your body, the group Board that he wanted to discuss
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street meeting of May 13, 1958 were read. of Citizens that 1 have b-een speak- the minutes of March 25, 195S and
n u a 6 Mr. Mi. P. Tomlinson requested the ing foir, requested the following in- said that he wanted certain co.ree-
Hoard to correct the minutes with formation tto be prepared by Super- tions or additions made; that he
ISITS RS A LWAYS WL COMW reference -to his request to the visor of Registration and Tax- Col- attended said meeting and that he
board, said minutes reading as fol- lector: h .eard the Sheriff telling the oBard --
W lows, Requested the Board to in- "A' list of qualified electors of this story, to-wit: "The Sheriff in- Phone BAll 7-9291 223 Monument -Ave
-. strut the Tax Collector and the Gulf -County, Florida who pay formed the Board that a Mr.
-...ar,,."Superi-isor of Registrationi to pre- taxes on real or personal proper- Creech, State Architect advised


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All Children's Boy's Kaynee
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Boy's Dickie BOY'S
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THE STAR
PuMIOAd Rvery T"ursday At 306 WIll'ams Avenue, Port St. Joe, FlorIda
By The Star PubInshing Comaenly
SWZ IL RAM= Editor and Publisher
Ale aotep Operator, Ad Man, Flner Man, Folumilst, Reporter, Proof BReder
and
ONE SIX MONTHS 1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
OBSCRIPTAONS INVARIABLY PAYASLE IN ADVANCE
teredas olas matte, Deember 19, 1 at e ostoffce, Port St. Joe,
o underld Ae At of March 8. 1879.
S D I'AL BAll 7-8161
TO ADVERTISERS-Ina sem of error or omissions in Advertisemn ts, the publishers
do et hold themselves table for damage further thn aount received for such
Tne spoken wordi given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully-
Iwah*d.se spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word i lost; the printed word remain

MHE STAR, Port St, Joe, Fla. -THURSDAY, JUNE 96, 1958

Staying Alive!
With the peak of the travel season near at hand, this is
a proper time to remind readers that vacations are enjoyed most
when the vacationers return home aliVe. Each year thousands
start out enthusiastically on summer vacations and never return
to their homes, having become victims of their own carelessness
on the highway.
This is one of the great tragedies on the American scene,
and the death toll resulting must somehow be cut down.
Before leaving on your vacation this year it is suggested
that you determine not to hurry, even though your time may be
limited. Master, carelessness, and defective automobiles cause
most highway tragedies. If you will practice patience and cour-
tesy on the highway, carefulness, atnd be sure your car is mechan-
ically sound, chances are you will return from this year's vaca-
tion sound and refreshed.


The Fireworks Question


The recent ruling of the South Carolina Supreme Court
declaring ordinances in two cities of the state banning the sale
of fireworks unconstitutional will be of interest to the entire na-
tion. It will certainly be the subject of varied opinions.
The city ordinances, some will say, transgressed the rights
of the individual to do what he wishes to do in this case buy
and shoot off fireworks or to make a profit through the sale of
fireworks.
There are many who delight in the sharp crack of the
firecracker, the loud "boom" of the old-time "dago bomb", or en-
joy the beauty of the arching skyrocket, the dazzling brilliance of
the pinwheel. Each type of firework manufactured fits some spec-
ial demand. To prohibit their sale would deprive some persons
of enjoyment.
On the other hand, there are those who actually fear fire-
works those who cringe at the firecracker, whose ears are
assaulted by the other noise-making types of fireworks. These
people generally enjoy the more silent and beautiful' types of
fireworks displays, but they can generally take it or leave it.
And so, as in all things, there are many schools of thought.
Should the enjoyment of some mean discomfort to others? That,
as many other questions, will never be answered to the satisfaction
of all.

Election, Budget and Voting Machines
Two days was the beginning of the qualification dates for
the coming election in September. We hope that this will be a
clean, though hard-fought campaign. Too many times in the
past candidates have resorted to the mud-slinging tactics with
the results that even the candidates were sorry of the actions and
words afterward.
The advent of the qualifying date also brings to mind that
it is now time for the County to begin laying out its budget for
the coming year.
How do these two subjects tie in together? .
Voting machines.
In the past we have had occasion to feel very sorry for the
election officers who were up until the wee -hours of the morning
counting ballots. And then the wear and tear on the candidates
and their supporters is terrific.
i Although such a thing- is very rare in this county, the use
of voting machines will do away with the contested elections.
There can be no charges of ballot stuffing, improper counts,
counting illegal ballots and such with the voting machines. Voting
will be quicker, easier, more convenient and more accurate with
the machines.
We believe our county has grown too large for the old-
fashioned hand counting of votes. How about it Commissioners?
How about including voting machines in your next budget?
All the bigger counties use them now and while we are
not one of the bigger counties, we feel that anything that is good
enough for the larger counties is not too good for us.


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Your prescription Is ordered to suit your
Health needs that is why we cannot
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LEGAL AD'(ERTISING

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Separate individual sealed bids
in duplicate will ibe received .by the
Board of Public 'Instruction of Gulf
County, Florida. up to 10:00 a.m'
(OST) July 18th, 19'58 at Wewa-
hitchka, Florida, at which time and
place all bids will be publicly op-
ened and rea daloud for the con
struction of:
t () Two class room addition to
Wewahitchka High School, include
Ing renovation of two toilet rooms
and a new floor for gymnasiatr.
(b) Tw class room addition to
Highland View Elementary School
Port St. Joe, including renovation
oZ kitchen of the existing buildup'
(c) Renovation of existing toilet
rcoms-in Port St. Joe Elementarv
S lcho0o,
(d4) Electrical re-wiring ani fur


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fishing new fixtures for Port St. Right is reserved to reject any
Joe Elementary School. or all proposals, and waive tech-
Plans and specifications and ccr- nicalities.
tract documents may be inspected No bidder may withdraw his bid
a* the office of the Owner, The for a period of thirty (30) days
Board of Public Instruction of Gulf after date set for opening thereof.
County or the Architect, Norian Thomas A. Owens, Supt.
P. Gross, and may be proai'ed by ThelBoard of iPublic Insta.ictioa
Prime Contractors from the Archi- Gulf County
f tect upon a deposit of 015.00. The Wewahitchka, 'Florida 3t
full amount of the deposit will be Norman P. Gross, 'Architect 6-26
* returned to each Prime Contrac~tr Post Office Box 207
who -submits a bid, and all' other Panama City, Florida
deposits will be refunded with do- --- -----
" duction of cost of reproduction and Attending Furniture Mart
delivery of the documents; upon Wayne Buttram, manager of th.
return of all -documents in good con-
dition within les than ten (10) Danley Furniture Co., here is in
days after date of the opening of Chicago, Ill., this week attending
bids. the Furniture Mart.
'Cashier's Check, Certified Check ______
or Bid Bond for not less than 5% Visiting In 'Mississippi
of the amount bid must accompany
t each proposal. Mrs. Fred Sutton and children
Performance, Labor and Material are visiting in Mississippi at the
Bond and Workman's Compensa- home of Mrs. Sutton's mother who
tion Insurance will be required ofs i w .
the successful bidder. recently suffered injuries in a fall.


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to noon, (08T) Mon -Fri. in th
Orders for Pines
I have order blanks for.
seedlings, and will be glad to a
Gulf County landowners '.n pre
ing their orders for trees for
winter'. planting season. I ex
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past. I have no word yet at to
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a. THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1958 tInO and fun for our 4-H clubbers. in limited quantities in the spring common or Satrr, and yields into
All ehgibie boys who receive a of 1959. the late season. It recovers rapidly
camI letter from me, should return Tifhi-1 a hybrid Pensacola Bahia from grazing or mowing. It grows The B
C ^ the release form signed by their grass, is another very promising taller than Starr and must be more The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors
parents just as soon as they know new forage. It is the first Fl hy- carefully managed.
whe other they are going to attend. brid perennial forage grass releas- Gahi-1 may be used to furnish
I would like to know by July 7 ap- ed to farmers anywhere in the summer grazing for all classes of ---.--- ||-m.
proximately how many will be go- world. Seed of this grass will be livestock, including hogs, and may
ing from our county. available next spring in limited be chopped.
eltS N OteLs New Hybrid Forage Grasses amounts with a full supply due by ------ BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE
Promising for Southeast Use the spring of 1960. Visitors From Bainbridge
Two hybrid forage grasses-an ;Gahi-1 is leafier than common Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roff of Bain- 110 HUNTER CIRCLE
By CUBIE R. LAIRD annual pearl (cattail) millet and a pearl millet but not as leafy as- bridge% Ga., visited Mr. and Mrs.
perennial Bahia grass-have been Starr. It produces more forage than 0. F. Griffin this past week end. Licensed Plumber
re. University of Florida Agricultural Extension
)f Commissioners Cooperating. Office open 9 a.m. released jointly .by the U. S. De- Can Handle Any Type Plumbing, Small or Large
L Courthouse, Wewahitchka, Florida.) apartment of Agriculture and the .. m m 15 Years Experience
Georgia Agricultural Experiment
free trees u.,is year. Station. 'Both are adapted to por- I T 1THfO ST tU R
pine u 4-H Club Camp tions of the. southeastern United FIRST METH DIST CHURCH PHONE BAI 7-2541 At Anytime
assist Gulf County 4-H Club Camp will States.
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next poochee near Niceville, July 14-18. Gahi-1 (short for Georgia Hybrid Sunday School 9:45 a.m. - - -
pect We will camp with boys and girls No. 1, and pronounced "gay-high")
ac from Washington and Holmes coun- is an F1 (first generation) hybrid Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
the ties. A qualified lifeguard and q annual forage grass. Like hybrid
whe trained recreational leader will be corn, it gives larger yields and Methodist Youth Fellowship- 6:15 p.m. Star Classified Ads Bring Quick Results At Small Costl
nies part-of the camp staff. It promises more efficient production because .
t of to be an enjoyable week of vaca- of hybrid vigor. Seed of this new Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.
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and a look at the 1958 Chevrolet cars
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meet your newest Chevrolet dealer!
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dealer. He's got a warm welcome waiting for
you. A staff of friendly salesmen is on hand to
greet you and show you around. And you're
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spanking-new 1958 Chevrolets.
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during the grand opening celebration. Make
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A Shetland Pony with saddle cvd bridle To Be Given Away


DOOR PRIZE
An Automatic Toaster.
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__ I:Tre- .! f -1 r ': hoi I"L : i-., n, ard that lori 0 \o da l te i, to
In,- n 1 t .. j hre it i nt uoi youths \ lo \ill stud
S. i- ( i a n i Ini ne tha ,- '. we ill do about for' wo weeks, in lhe Uth i annual

'* a r '~ J --.1' ''C i- (hat uo i "malika1 : k wan.i. i i I'o ql [. e (ioop r said he Lnlder the supervision of faculty
I l i- I [) I i I in i d ai l a s li u I t
-'.., I I ''- r II 1 I' I',) h i I ',1 1 1'. dth (Pa ir t 11 h me ber ls,, th e tvoalll careftllld cboe
ti 1 1d o il tl i L iat l Li e II, 'n-.''. it-, i ti !1;u ,' E 1 O lt I l tll U e tAtec tios t .H y. C H
T.1., i ..-.! t h II : (Cot 1' ,,. "I.. Ti> -lh'taTi called 'fou a ole 1sfen to B 'their u unusual ability in.
Si. ., 1:~.-- ... .,:rn i ti h i b ,[ i : e ai tile oi n -- --
hi .,,-, ,,-.,u ..-. .: i .i .. .d ..l .iili -', o .\l ; ,.- :;"o, 1. vi-Lrhrd \ ,: S- ri.:k la d an d lH ar-
,: .. .id a. ah. E: lan H A Mr. Saunders told the Board that
r' r r r -\-. I r 0 3 ct H [ i .' t. 'tt( r a nd tPrice fil he still thinks the Plorida iHink ate
u ,.,.u .. te iorn. ile uBoard a ( j 'h ii:l ,- 'J, i ( !'aiill announced that Port S. Joe .should artiQ UO M
,Iurd t-....i e..:...l ...l t, ,e i" u I t .] e d e T n iln l ey on h lditit. Joe shoun ld a fu ldi r I 1d i
111p supth:re, t, ed, at this o', du' t Po it. 1o 1 K feLdwLe then is a reer- the Court Houe t i s moved to Por1
,- ,. 3w, i. i, .., t, ,,,s d iiy 1of lhI oul 110L o 'u H I". ,d i nii' up Lt 11mov Me t S e, t ewahit ka Sta e
:.r ..J '*" "-" .k. 1 .1Po r tun d abm ti*- 1o 11L* ei i L lt- }1i e V* vo t lBank l should con tinue to pactiBa.'

S- .. ou ior i n p rs. lie T h (' 1- 112 arr inforetild h B oae rd
TLhel mi .utes 01 11_. a 1 and ; -11Ii 11011 11 1 1 .i t\ \tlle at gaI ls t1he that would unot require he laKrtia
a,-i.y, ,,al lb. I< I 0111.lph l Btoa 'd oiL', oA i1. o l.m ke A i- '. or aas r eid. T
tioohns OIL soL h i h1 n li o, 101. I be i t; i li inT rtc1'd t "e 4o Port J,. J .
A- '" ". "" haplpw" and Further.Ih l d li. :n C (:r11 I' l l 1 l) I1,t' the h bid ,n ( ,haL 0 W hereupon, the Chai 'man caCled
P OR'.T -_" -', -'T 0 h" Pi \ )e Pll c rii VLS 'oer .Ile bi.alto it fra votet allld thle dllol wals it a-
: 6- a> 6' oriF *11111. 111 Portett.C.100,1'r0Ii(I rei21. ).illlolSl100crn ed.
-"- ---- '~omi issioner ("*ooper ;;aid I,,* ',1' ^litq'[( ,], ('olumitst sioiier Price staled tbat
llolu ihe Houard should wail 'i.o 1, ,ll I ,'wh d appeared be- Cis telephone has rung co .tan'iv
t et outo e of ,he Kt ilio101 0l1 Pet 11 1 tlerd aoid 'old uli e hldas .
S--nhoe t e 1. ifOe ) ha e i l, i i 0 1)' 1ll1 or person at l s for the past w eek and that a grea
PORT St0 ,0-am w itithene HrLe-t I o ThinfCi% f[ a nuilinler of' caller had requested
PORT ST. '". .: tone' was n th-e ud.e 1 d n r .. I is bLsiness in Port him Lto continue the Wewahitehka
PlworkPevenhli ,e9O1'ek w the Courthouse. n liii gloi o. Ile further stated that g P Jo
COUNTYl .-' '=' W'hereupon, there was moiio h 11 Iusiness was insolvent at the The following hospital bills were
SConissioner Strickland, l l closedd and then reque1st- aDproved and ordered paid from
25, 195S be and the same i hereby award te conra; lo sim lo lax 'reief. t hospital indigent fund, to-wit:
amended to include the above idder. Specialty Contractors. Inc.. The I attorney advised that the E. C. Cason $90.00; Laura Whit-
statenin- and that it be treated as at the bid price Io 2,(9.00). MoLion h I l ad no 1 u hority to grant any ield $90.00 and Lura F. Bailey,
a part of the minutesseconded by C om nuissioner Hlarden. ax r lief, unless it waste by aplrv"- $74.31.
1958. in a discusion thai followed, ing the errors and insolvency roll ,r. J. A. Mulrennan, Director.
-Mr. Tomlinson thanked the Board Commissioner Price informed that ha 1 ipes ed to the Boa at Bureau of Entomology. Florida
for the consideration given him. oard that there a possiiliy o e year by e x State Board of Health recomme-
The minutes of May 19 and 30 an injunction being filed against .ss ed that hLe Gulf County Mosquito
h, PArnn I announced that'Control District purchase the Unit
lhe n- orderr of business will be ..... Model 1020A, including
bt 01f designatig the County De- the Draglin6 Bucket for the btd
.. .. ,ousitory for hlie next fiscal year, ,ri; of $21,800.00 -, :, ,

PO R T "T JO ..;' ,..95.- s-t o
T1K (A reL'd J i ro er, seconded by Contn. Strickland
Ile FWoridMwlk at PontSL.Joe, County purchase the Unit Drag-
Mr. S. L. Bartke. president of b" 'line, Model 1020A from ,. D. Moo-
]f4 Ar j J j ..nk, '*01-"1"Hn al Port lt. Joe, ap- dl and Sons, Inc.
'' .-- 1,. /.- 'M D ..U -I hat his bank has never been fa- fro the C loridu t Stg te Board of

patvo1t edy 1qhai.lg all ow the Board's Health as part of the purchase of
P Ha t P .e -' ,,< |.... i._. .... '= :' ? ; ;t d lisu;d with heln a d saildm'u the dragline, the balance to be paid
tB 'i B B =-'l-.*.l_.Z [jilii-,l}",'il.l',- 4,.,.i i"P -W o J t J i\ h h h would appreciate the Cout- July I, .
I04 Fl'i^,^ i ',,4i-"- ,, 11 thh t. e Colnt' hunds Mr. Louye Wayne White, Deputy
1 j,- u hi .banl. Sheriff, filed his bond for the year
11. I. H. Saunders told Mhe beginning July 30, 195S and the
Manufacturers Of Ioard that le is sure, that in the same was ordered iled.
past yc:ir:'., he County Funds have The Farl'l Agent presented his
Anything Made of *.-..,. een \e']I i:tken care of, but he report for the month of/ May and
ihinks ihe Florida Bank ought to Mle same was ordered paid.
ariciae in holding he County Thete being no further business
P' r" .... -- .- paFulWnds i h a 50 50 basis. to conim e 'before the m meeting, it did
( Tll___ 1_( ConnimsioNrer Cooper said he then adjourn.
-r ,- '1" il -, -t- hough lThe Florida Bank should ATTEST:
+ ,, t.,1", ,1 i!-' 1 ~,! -:-.lhe considered. George Y. Core G S. Croxtoh
Conmmnissioner StricklInd said Clerk Chairman
L9'l '. h t.,r :,1, --, 1 j '- cause ihe Counlltv Officials han-
dh'(,- o-- tl muchi cash, that he will make -. .. .
at oion lo designatet' he Wewa-

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TH5.WTAR1 Port St. Joe, FIa. THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1958 sonville,,Ga., are visiting their sis-
ter and family, the Lloyds.
NEWS FROM of Birmingham, Ala., are the guests Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams of
ig Uan View of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jones this Clewiston were visitors of rela
week. ties and friends here and in Port
By MRS. EULA ROGERS- Miss Nell Griffin of Blountstown St. Joe last week.
PHONE BAllI 7-4652 were visiting her sister this weeK, Merl Seawright left for Akron,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Young. Ohio last week.
Mrs. Frances Ferris and children Pat and Bob Hersey of Dona.- Mrs. I. W. Garner of Graceville
is visiting her son and family, Mr.


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GAS broiling turns out full-flavored, flame-kissed
steaks and chops with the greatest of ease .
and with no fear of smoke or odor permeating
the house.


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Port 'St. Joe Representat
Panama City telepi


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* and Mrs. Allen Jones.
Rev. T. C. Earnest, pastor of the
Highland View Assembly of God
Church is holding a revival at the
Calvary Assembly of God Church
near Bainbridge, Ga.
Ruth Hawkins of Dade City is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lee this
week.
Carl Hall and children visited in
Atlanta and Columbus, Ga., last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Lee is living
in our town. We welcome them.
Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Cumbie and
I George Kelley spent Sunday in
Brewton, Ala., Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ewing and chil-
dren Sara and Eddie of Richmond,
California were the guests of their
parents and grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. V. Forehand.
Junior G. A.'s
The Junior G. A.'s of the High-
land View Baptist Church met Mon-
day at 4:30 for Stewardship stud:.
The title of the program was,
"Questions About Money". The
meeting was called to order ,by the
president, Linda Graham and Nor-
ma Sue Peterson. The devotional
reading was taken from John 1:1-10
After the program, plans were made
for the next meeting. Linda Gha-
ham dismissed the meeting with
prayer.
Baptist WMU


The Baptist WMU Cirdle met in
)MPANY the home of Ruth Harbuck Mon-
PANY SINCE 1932" day evening at 3:00 p.m. with eight
IPANY SINCE 1932" members and one visitor present.

-- NO RENT TO PAY IScaripture reading was taken from
ive ANDY ANDREWS IMatthew 1:5 'by Mrs. Nora Lee Ro-
hone POplar 3-1931 Incy. The group read and discus-
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rmunity Missions for thie coming NEWS FROM
month the circle plans to give
clothes to a needy family. The AV
group was dismissed with prayer By JUANITA NORRIS
by MVrs. Belle DuBose. Refresh-
ments were served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haskin and
Forehands Entertained daughter Peggy motored to Panama
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehand en- City Saturday on bi ..ess.
tertained in their home with a sup- Miss Minnie Ola Ray visited in
per for their children, grandchil- Gcorgia over the weeK eat visiting
dren and great grandchildren on with friends and relatives.
Thursday, June 19. Among the Mrs. Edwin Haskin and daugh-
guests present were: Mr. and Mrs. ter, Peggy, ,Mrs. Hozal Levins and
Ed Ewing and children Sara and daughter Regenia and Mrs. Chris-
Eddie of Richmond, California. tine Worley and child in visited in
They are grandchildren and great Chipley Wednesday with ftiend
grandchildren of Mr. Forehand. Al- and relatives.
so attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. D. K. Dormany visited wih
G. L. Kennington and family, Mr. her mother Greenville, south
and Mrs. H. V. Forehand, Mr. and her m in G o
and Mrs. H. V. Forehand, Mr. and Carolina and visited with her sis-
Mrs. A. P Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. ter in Palmetto. Mrs. Dormany's
Brooks Kennington and Mrs. Kath-
ryn Brown and daughter and Mr. mother is now spending some time
and Mrs. Lee Taylor.
Mrs. Jason Dykes visited with
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Hd pollee.
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-nswers that may be very near
. in reach all around .
in fact, INSIDE US? Please remem-
ber. Sunshiners, these are ques-
t-ons This column will be happy
to receive and publish the answers
. from you? I'm reminded of the
TV show: "Do You Trust Your
Wife?" or yourself? Why? Thanked
for listening. RGB


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week end.
Mrs. James Broome and daugh-
ter Wanda Jean of Marianna visit-
ed with Mr. and Mrs. Hansel A.
-Norris and family over the week
end.
Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Norris vis-
ited in Marianna Sunday with
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Levins and
daughter Regina visited in Bonifay
over the week end with friends and
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Cline of Pan-
ama City spent the week end vis-
iting with the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Campbell.
Miss Evelyn Shealey daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Shealey is vis-
iting in Pensacola with her sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pretzl and chil-
dren for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hall of
Marianna visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Cleveland Hall Friday.
Rev. and Mrs. Allen H. Norris
and children of Apalachicola visit-
ed with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dykes
and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Norris over
the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goodman,
Mr. and 'Mrs. Jack Goodman, both
of 'Bonifay visited with friends and
relatives Monday.
Miss Vivian Ray, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. L. P. Ray spent last week
visiting with her sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Hubert Kaiser and daughter,
Freida Ann, in White City.
Mr. and Mrs. George Padgett and
son motored to Panama City Sat-
urday on business.


Pine Seedlings

Now Available

TALLAHASSEE The Florida
Forest Service is now accepting or-
ders for its expected 150 million
pine seedling crop, according to R.
A. Bonninghausen, Forest Manage-
ment Chief.
Application forms and copies of
the seedling distribution policy
may be obtained at any of the
following offices: The nearest
Florida Forest Service office, Agri-
cultural Stabilization and Conserva-
tion Ofifce, the County Agricultur-
al Agent, or the Soil Conservation
Service Technician.
A major change in the policy this
year is that truck deliveries will
be available for any amount of
seedlings. Landowners may order
any number of seedlings, but 'o
more than 75,000 seedlings will be
delivered to any cooperator on each
of the -scheduled truck delivery
dates. If it is more convenient, the
landowner may pick up his seed-
lings at the nursery.
Seedling prices per thousand this
year are $4 for all pine species and
$8 for red cedar and Arizona cyp-
ress. The Florida Forest Service
will accept orders til October 1. De-
tailed information may be had at
any of the above mentioned offices.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


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By R. GLENN BOYLES
National Institutes of Health
Bethesda, Md.
Dear Sunshiners:
This is being written rather ea"
iy in the day and looking through
the window I saw the subiact for
this column: Foggy, damp, cloudy
nays. Might as well dirp the lirst
two words to make the title simple
and brief as possible Cloudy
Days a part of nature yes,
a part of living
S exp eriences in
i _. 'your life a d
mine some-
times it's foggy
and damp, diffi-
cult and sad.
Well, you'll say:
"Why not talk
about the bright,
Sunshine days, es-
pecially when you
BOYLES are .writing to
folks in the Sunshine state?" I'm
reminded of the old adage that
has thought: "Don't explain; your
friends don't need it; your enemies
won't believe it." There is a pleas-
ure and advantage in communicat-
ing with friends. Do we not indi-
cate in our living day by day, year
by year, a pattern that is seen in
nature itself? There's sunshine,
calmness, quetness the birds
sing and all nature rings a glad
note of peace and good tidings.
Not every day, however, and it has
been said that "All Sunshine Makes
A Dessert". Well, the next thing
we know the clouds have formed
.... water (maybe tears) begins to
fall sometimes the winds be-
gin to howl yes, the waters
rise and roll to a damaging and
devastating extent the season
of tornadoes, hurricanes and cy-
clones leaves in its path piles of
,debris and wreckage some-
times many precious human lives.
Maybe we ask the question .
*WHY? Yes, why is nature so angry
and destructive? Why is it not good
all the time and behave itself v-
ery day? Do you know a man or
woman who can. answer this ques-
tion to your satisfaction? No doubt
you have your own ideas : I
have mine they are not entire-
ly satisfying I am searching
for better ones Where shall we
look and to whom shall we go, is
a question we ask often. We do be-
lieve that the same God who cre-
ated us in his own image also for-
mulated and established the laws
of nature. Man is unique in his trin-
ity of mind, body and soul, yes, the
crowning achievement of the Mas-
ter Craftsman, and he was placed
in a great and beautiful Garden
where it looked as if he had life
on a silver platter.
Well, we know the story and de-
tails connected with "The Big Bad.
Wolf", getting in (we'll call it that
to be a little different!) Man swal-
lowed the ,bait, hook line and sink-
er was tossed out of his beau-
Liful garden into the cold, cruel
world and has been troubled with
Look and lead indigestion ever
since! Maybe he's asking the ques-
tion: "Could the same line be used
ta get me back?" Along with his
troubles, confusion and frustration
he's still looking and searching for
answers, anywhere and everywhere,
including the big one connected
with Cloudy Days, other days, hu-
iman nature and all nature in gen-
eral.
We could ask: "'s the Master
Craftsman angry?" Now, if you
were a ditch digger or an artist,
how would you feel if someone
came along, filled up your ditch
or messed up your picture? Would
you offer him a piece of candy or
a punch in the nose? Well, it could
be said this column is wandering
and getting into the woods, and
we'll just work towards a finale
with a few more questions and for-
get the Boyles commercial. Can
we question the work of the Great
Architect any part of it? His
ownership, His power, His wis-
dom His dominion above
all, His love? Can we not get a
dim view (even more) of His great
plan of communication and associa-
tion, even redemption, by digging
dc ep into our own minds, hearts
and souls when the sun shines.
Cloudy days dainy days .
when the storms rage and the
waves rise when it hails or
snows best of all when
the sky is clear and blue when
all is quiet, calm and serene? Do
wve need to ask others, or look into
the distance of miles and miles for









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FOR SALE
1 House and 1 vacant lot at
Mexico Beach.
House on McClellan Ave.,
2 bedroom.
FOR SALE: House at 522 9th
St. Priced to sell.
SEVERAL NICE HOMES for
sale in different parts of Port
St. Joe. We help you arrange
financing. If you are interesat-
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please contact us.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-7741

FOR SALE: A very nice two bed-
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nanced.
TWO BEDROOM house on large
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FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-3491 211 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.


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Chandler or call BAll 7-8016. 2tp
DVERTISING FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom4.96 Inches Of Sikes Asks For
garage apartment. Call 7-5756 or
FOR SALE: Good running second 7-8131. 1 tp I Rain A W k More Housin
car. $75. Phone 7-5611. 2tc FOR RENT: Unfurnished new 3 A Week More Housing
bedroom house. Oak floors. St. -
FOR SALE: 1% Model A Fords Joe Beach. Phone 7-7771, J. D. All of Port St. Joe who had their Washington, D. C. (SPECIAL)-
S$140.00 cash. See at Woolford's Clark. tfc-6-19
Service Station. tfc-6-1 9 fishing trips picnics, ball games A bill (HR-12939) to provide low-
GOOD INVESTMENT: 5% int t FORRENT: See Mrs. Shey for and other outdoors activities inter- cost housing in smaller communi-
GOOD INVESTMENT: 5% interest apartments and houses, furnished L
paid semi-annually, on Broadway and unfurnished. Phone 7-8058. tfe erupted this past week declared lies and rural areas has be ; in-
Plan Bonds is offered by the Ficst they had never seen it .tin s*o produced iby Congressman Robert
Baptist Church of Panama Ciy FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- much. IL. F. Sikes of Florida.
Approximately $100,000 in oonds ed apartment. Newly redecorated. The truth of the matter is, ouiv "The present Section 203(
are in denominations of $250, $503 $35 per month. Close in. Inqile at Th trut of the matter is o The rsnt Sction 203(i) ro-
and $1,000. Maturity dates vary. 1904 Garrison or call 7-8642. tfc-5-29 4.96 inches of rainfall was record- gram has been of considerable help
For bonds or information writs Earl .ed during the past week according in providing low-cost housing out-
Gilbert, P. O. Box 1200, Panama FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished to Bobby Bellows, the local repre- side of built-up urban areas, but it
City, Fla. 4tc-619 apartment. Close in. Inquire at tentative of the U. S. weather bu-
1904 Garrison or call 7-8642. t--29 sentate o weather b suffers from two crippling limita-
FOR SALE: 1951 Dodge panel reau. tions which must be removed,"
truck. See Gus Creech. tfc-6-19 FOR RENT: Two bedroom, two Bellows keeps daily reading of Sikes said.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house also story house with garage onLong' rainfall and makes his checks froir "In the first place the present
apartment building on back of Ave., corner 16th St. $60.00 per 800 a.m ...
apartment building on back of month. Also unfurnished apartment, 8:00 a. on morning to 8:00 a.m. program is available only for pro-
lot with 2 bedroom unfurnished ap- large bedroom, gas heater, shower -he following morning. According posed construction, and the bene-
artmentdupstairsmeand 2 bdowrs and kitchen with stove. $30.00 mo. to Bellows, the following is thb fits of the insurance program are
$150.00 monthly income. Contact 401 13th St. J A. Mira, Phone12 rainfall for the past week, checked therefore denied to many families,
Rev. A. G. McKeithen, 1207 Lisenby 1301. tfc--12 at 8:00 a.m. each 'date given. 'particularly senior citizens, the
Ave., Panama City. Phone POplar FOR RENT: Garage apartment Thursday, June 19 --. ...- .73 mall farmer and those of low and
3-2440. tfe-6-19 and large house. On Indian Pass Friday, June 20 ...-------- 1.87 middle income, who want to buy
FOR SALE: Spacious three bed- Beach. Monthly or by the week Saturday, June 21 ----- .03 low-cost existing homes outside of

Phone 7-8832. 4tp-6-12 Saturday,
room house on beautiful 150'x Sunday, June 22 ..--.--.--- .00 metropolitan centers. My b ill
150' lot on McClellan Avenue. FOR RENT: 4 room house on 4th Monday, June 23 -- 2.15 would remove this limitation,"
Priced to sell. See Franklin W. Street. Phone 7-5421, Mrs. B. H. onday June ---- would remove thi limitation,"
Dickens, Sr. tfc-4-3 Tuesday, June 24 .. .18 Sikes said.
Wednesday, June 25 .--..- .00 "Also, the present maximum loan
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished The biggest rain, according to limitation of $8,000 is too restric-
7-5771apartment. 1505 Monment. P-320 Bellows, came on Sunday night, tive, and my bill would propose a
ht Iron FOR RENT: Furnished cottages June 22, when nearly two inches more realistic ceiling of $9,000
and apartments. See Otto Ander- fell 4t one time. which would stimulate more c:.n-
d u fi son.- tfc-3-27 struction under the program."
| FOR RENT: Spacious 2 bedroom Visitors From Orlando The Florida Congressman expres-
G. Costin, Jr., Phone 7-4311. tfc-3-5 Orlando visited for several days incorporated in this year's general
SBEAUTIFY YOUR HOME with this week with Mr. and Mrs. C. Q. housing legislation. He said be had
beautiful ceramic tile. Repair Costin, Sr. urged the Housing Sub-committee
work our specialty. Work may be of the Committee on Banking and
seen at T. Hicks in White City and Grandchildren Visiting Currency to consider his proposal
ed.at Tom. B.M n HICKSmTileCandMarble fina Karen Willigmson of Pensacola in the housing hearings which will
AI Co., Phone 7-7995. tfc-6-5 and Guerry and Mel Magidson of begin on July 7 in Washington.
|UIL--R--R-M-O L- Tampa are visiting with their -- -
__AA^ aBUILD-REPAIR-REMODEL grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
36 Months To Pay Costin, Sr Apalachicola Bay
See BARRIER BUILDERS
LOST: New blue and white Cata- Closed To Shrimping
lina ladies swim suit. Between
Mexico Beach and Overstreet. Find- FOR FAST, EFFICrENT PLUMB-
er please contact Sue Moore, phone ING SERVICE. Call Bill's Plumb- TALLAHASSEE-Shrimping has
7-7661. 2tp ing. Phone 7-7846 or 7-8161. tfc been closed in the entire area of
A ala hi ola Bav- it was r tno drt


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.

Camp Grist in Selma, Ala.
Visits In Pensacola
Mrs. J. C. Odum spent Monday
and Tuesdya in Pensacola visiting
\'ith friends and re.'.,i, es.
LAMAR FAISON UNDERGOES
APPENDIX OPERATION
Lamar Faison, assistant coach at
Port St. Joe High School was op-
erated on Monday night for the re-
moval of his appendix. Faison was
stricken suddenly Monday.
He is reported to be recovering
nicely.


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THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 19.8

HERBERT BROWN ATt'ENDS
EPISCOPAL CHURCH MEETING
SEWANEE, TENN.---Nearly 160
Episcopal laymen gathered at the
University of the South, June 19-
22 for the annual Episcopal Lay-
men's Conference of the church's
Fourth Province that includes 15
dioceses in nine Southern states.
Conference theme was "Extending
the Impact of Christianity."
Attending from the St. James'
Church of Port St. Joe was Herbert
C. Brown.
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OPPORTUNITY
MAN or WOMAN
'Responsible person from this area,
to service and collect from automa-
tic dispensers. No selling. Age not
essential. Car, references, and $400
ito $700 investment necessary. 7 to
12 hours weekly nets excellent
monthly income. Possibility full-
time work.' For local interview give
phone and particulars. Write P. 0.
Box 865, Oklahoma City.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Local area Man or Lady wanted to
service and collect from coin-ope:-
ated dispensing equipment. 4 to 9
hours weekly earns operator np to
$200 monthly. No age limit or sql-
ing but must have car, references
and $806 working capital. For inter-
view give personal particulars,
phone number. Write Box 4872, Dal-
las 6, Texas.
NOTICE
Don Rooney is no longer assoc-
iated with Smith's Radio and TV
Company. adr.

SPECIAL SERVICES
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.
UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
furniture lo-k old? Bring it to
Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second
and Reid for expert rebuilding.
NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect that
bright new upholstery with tailor
made seat covers. Many fabrics to
choose from. Butler's Trim Shop,
Corner Second and Reid.


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SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service, tic-5-23
'RADE US that useless artlecle for
Something useful. STOP and
%WAP.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and 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.
WILLIS V. ROWANl POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
Ing first and third Monday -ights
t00 p.m., American Legion Home
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. eetng night every other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren Invited.
C. W. LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
'third Thursday at 8-00 p.m.

ROBERT W. SMITH, W.M.
ROY L. BUROH, Secty.
All Master Masons cordially invited
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. R. W. Smith,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
'GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
,In Chancery.
'Hazel Whitten, Plaintiff,
Vs.
Richard Whitten, Defendant
DIVORCE
NOTICE TO: Richard Whitten
whose place of residence is Route
2, Longview, -Texas.
'On or before the 28th day of July,
A.D., 1958 the defendant, Richard
Whitten is required to serve upon
Hon. Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Plaintiff's
Attorney, whose address is 221 Reid
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, a
copy of and file with the Clerk of
said Court, the original of an an-
swer to the Bill of Complaint filed
against him herein.
Witness my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 23rd day
of June, A. D., 1958.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEEAL)
GEORGE Y. CORE 4t
Clerk Circuit Court 6-26


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this week by the Florida State
Board of Conservation. Until fur-
ther notice, no more shrimp may be
taken from the section including
St. George's Sound, St. Vincent's
Sound, and all waters north of Gor-
rie Bridge. The restriction went in-
to effect at noon, June 10.
According to Conservation Direc-
tor Ernest Mitts, samples-of shrimp
taken over a period of time from
Apalachicola Bay showed that they
were running below size as defined
by a conservation board rule. The
rule directs the conservation de-
partment to stop shrimping wherev-
er a majority of the catch go over
45 to the pound, heads on, or 67 per
pound heads off.
'Robert Ingle, biologist and di-
rector of research for the conser-
vation department, said that shrimp
have been scarce for some time at
Apalachicola Bay, but that now
the babies of this year's crop have
entered the inshore waters to grow
up. "These youngsters," he contin-
ued, "need protection." He called
this area an Important nursery
ground for shrimp, vital to the life
cycle and increase of shrimp off
northwest Florida.
Visiting In Carrabelle
Mrs. W. P. Dockery is spending
this week in Carrabelle.
Gone To Market
John G. Blount is spending this
week attending the furniture mar-
ket in Atlanta, Ga. Blount is the
manager of the St. Joe Furniture
and Appliance Company.
Guests From Washington
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mondau and
children of Tacoma, Washington
are visiting Mrs. Foy Scheffer, Sr.
Mrs, Mondau will be remembered
as the former Miss Eloise Scheffer.
Leave For Camp
Morris and Tom Buttram left
Wednesday to spend two weeks at


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