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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 25, 1959
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"


TWENTY-SECOND YEAR


THURSDAY, JUNE ?5, 1959


,ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WE LEY R. RAMSEY


You remember we were discuss-
ing several weeks ago as to just
.what drastic effects fishing had nn
some people.
We now have two more typical
cases to discuss.
George Wimberly, Jr., threw his
boy Mike in the back seat of his
car the other day, hooked up his
.big boat and headed for Indian
Pass to do a little fishing. He stop-
ped at Preanell's to get some live
shrimp for bait and noticed that
he had forgotten his rod and reel.
So, back to town came George af-
ter his rod and -reel Then back
to Indian Pass all primed to catch
some big ones to take the prize ix
the St. Joe Boat Club's Fishing RIo-
deo. George got to the Pass,' unload-.
ed his boat in the watdr, transferred
all his tackle-and Mike-to the.
boat and hopped in to take off.
m But-here George came to a sud-
den halt. He had forgotten the ig-
nition key to his boat.
But, this was one of George's
better days.
Just a few days later he unload-
ed at the St. Joe Boat Club's new
basin and headed out into the-Bay
to go fishing. Either on his way
out or on his way back in, he hit
a log going wide open and knocked
a new 50 horse Evinrude off the
back of his boat down into the
briny deep where it was to rest
for the rest-of its days.
And .till George is ready to go
fishing ,at most any opportunity.


BAD WEATHER CAUSES CHANGE


Boat Club Extends Annual Fishing Rodeo

To July 17 To Obtain More Entrants

Commodore John Robert Smith of the St. Joe Boat Club, this
week announced that the final day of the Club's current Fishing
Rodeo has been postponed to July 17. -Smith said that the Club
decided on this move due to the recent bad weather that has kept
anglers from catching entries ever since the first day of the Rodeo.
Smith said that the bad weather had curtailed fishing in
both salt and fresh water categories. While some entries have been
turned, Smith states that had good weather been enjoyed during
.this period, the entries would be many times mor ethan what they
are. Smith said.that since such an- array of valuable prizes have
been donated for the event, the Club has decided to give everyone
a chance at the prizes.
Along with the completion of the Rodeo, the Boat Club has
planned a big fish fry for the final day of the .Rodeo, at which
time the prizes will be awarded. Entries to the Rodeo are $1.00
and the ticket also is.good for a fish dinner at the fish fry.
Commodore Smith has appointed Club member, 0. C. Ham-
mond to lign up a good water.ski show for the morning of the fish
fry. The ski show will be held at the foot of Fifth Street in the
Bay on July 17, the date of the fish fry.



Marvin Swartz of Birmingham, Will

Present Musical Program At School


Marvin Swartz, director of the
Music Department of Southeastern
Bible College of 'Birmingham, Ala-
bama, will present the gospel in
song and sermon at the Elemen-
tary School Auditorium, Tuesday,
June 130, at 8:00 p.m.
Mr. Swartz for six years was a
favorite gospel 'singer over Los
Angeles 'Radio Station KFSG and
for tAree years was the featured


Jesse Velma Stone is about as. soloist of the widely renowned St.
bad- after the finny tribe.- ...iPaul'Choral'-Club. Aspiring to a con-
Jesse pulled up to a service sta- cert stage career and studying un-
tion the other day with his boat and der the well known voic( teacher,
motor and uhad everything-iit the Milford Jackson, of Los Angeles
windshield wip d on'is ,new, 'ut- and Hollywood, Mr. Swartz had in-
board tin"prepartIn 'to hitting-the violations to appear on the Metropol-
canai at Whitet City-to do a little itan Auditions of the Air. -
fishing. H1' filled- up his gas can Following his conversion, Mr.
to the hilt, and his reserve gas can Swartz took special training or
too. Jesse goes off prepared. He is four years in Sacred Music under
thorough in everything he does. He Harold Brundin of St. Paul and
even checked his foot grease af- Minneapolis. Mr. Swartz first start-
ter only about 10 hours on he o- ed singing at the age of four years,
tor. and commenced his vocal training
SThe he got half way to White 'at. 16 years of age completing his
City and ran out of gas in his ear. studies by earning his Degree of
lBachelor of Sacred Music from the
Yes sir, fishing does strange St. Paul Bible Institute. Since that
things to people. time, he has traveled extensively,
bringing his vocal renditions of -fav-
We might remind you fishermen orite gospel melodies to audiences
that after next Tuesday you will ranging up to as many as 18,000
need a new fishing license. people in one program.
-He has made a number of record-
Next week begins vacations for ings under the International Sacred
a good many people in P.ort St. Joe Recordings label. Also, he has been
what with the mill going down for the minister of music in several
repairs. These reactionss arp star:- churches in St. Paul, Minnesota;
ing 4t a tjme when holid.ty trafftl Birmingham, Alabama; Burbank,
is roggh. We would urge you-If California and Wayne, Michigan.
you la.n to take a trip-to take He taught voice for some time at
a 'look 'at Mayor Sharit's proclams. St. Paul Bible Institute.
tion on this page aid s.ee if yoi. Mr. Swartz joined the faculty of
can't get back to town in one piece. Southeastern Bible College in 195'8
We like having you around. and is now director of the Music
,K Department of the College. South-
Visit In Savannah eastern is one of the outstanding
Mr. and Mrs. George Wimberly, Bible 'Colleges of the South and
Jr., and family spent last week with its Day and Evening School
end in Savannah, Ga., visiting Mrs. registration is the largest non-sec-
wunoerly'r.-A srs. e g-


wimboerlys parents, Mr. and- Mrs.
R. R. Minus. .
.O'TO-ClCH SUNDAY
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aarian Bible college in the South-
east. Its teaching ministry includes
several extension schools maintain-
led ip different cities throughout


MARVIN SWARTZ
jAlabama and Georgia. The Day
School students come from over 20
different states and several foreign
'countries, and represent a cross-
section of evangelical churches. Its
total' approach to all areas' is
Christ-centered with a basic foun-
dation in the Bible as the Word of
God.


PTA Executive Board

Meeting Scheduled

Newly elected president W. L.
Winters of the Elementary School
P.-T. A announced this week' that


J. L. SHARIT
Mayor


By STEVE' WHEALTON
Last Thursday, the Gulf team de-
feated the Lions, 4-1 behind the
one-hit pitching of Joe-Whaley, in
a game which featured' 28 strike-
outs. Both Whaley and the Lion
pitcher, Jim Wilder posted 14
whiffs.
"Close" would adequately des-
cribe the game held on Friday
night. In that game, the fans saw
a string of four perfect innings
pitched by Leroy Davis, the Moose
hurler. Fine hitting by Ches Fen-
som of the Landcos and a come-
from-behind scoring burst by each
team. The Moose team went ahead
4-0. .Then the Landcos barged
ahead 5-4. In the last half of the
last inning, the Moose team won
6-5. The real hero in this game was
Lindsey Thursbay, who, hitless-all
year, got three hits and four runs
batted in,
Monday night, the Landcos got
back int" the win column as they
clobbered the Gulf team 14-4. The
winner was Jim Goodman, who has


an executive board meeting of that a 4-1 record as of. now. He was
organization will be held at the hurt early in the game, but he was
Florida Power Lounge on June 30 ably relieved by Lloyd Gardner.
at 8:00 p.m. 'This game put the league stand-
All officer of the rings in a peculiar position. Each
All officers of the organization
are urged to attend. team in the league has won as
_____ __gt e many games as -it has lost, oo each
Honored With Dinner team is in first (or last) place.
Leading .the league, with a .433
Mrs. L. White honored her father average, is Ches Fensom, who has
J. F. Daniell with a dinner-Sunday. gone up to the lead very quickly.
Also attending were Mr. and Mrs, 'STANDINGS
Ralph Shirah of Tyndall Field, W L Pet.
Landcos ------ 5 5 .500


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ATTEND CONVENTION-Jehovah's Witnesses from Port St. Joe who attended the "Awake Minis-
ter's Convention" at the Tampa Plant Field Fairgrounds June 18-21 were: Lottie Hall of Port St. Joe;
her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Mark Hall of DeLand; Mrs. Helen Sweet and Mrs. Annie Lowe of Port St.
Joe. 10,715 persons gathered from 32 states and several foreign lands for Bible study and ministry train-
Ing. Mlts Hall played In the convention orchesra.


Lions 4 4 .500
Gulf 4 4 .500
Moose 4 4 .500


Softball Games

Getting Close

Port St. Joe's softball league Is
now headed up by the team from
WJOE with three wins and no
losses. WJOE pushed out a narrow
15-14' victory over Sammy's Auto
Repair Monday night. In the other
half of the double header, Cunning-
ham-Limp defeated the Coast Guard
team by a score of 15-11.
Tomorrow night WJOE and Sam-
my's Auto Repair will play a make
up .game at 7:30.
The next regular play of the
league will be next Monday when
the Coast Guard and Sammy's Auto
Repair try each other for size at
7:30. In the second bill, Cunning-


ham-Limp and WJOE will
off.
STANDINGS
W
WJOE 3
Sammy's Auto Repair .... 1
Cunningham-Limp 1
Coast Guard 1


square


City To Pave Streets In



Municipal Hospital Area


Proclamation

WHEREAS, the month of July
1958 there -were more than 11,-
000 accidents with 75 persons
killed, and nearly 3,000 persons
injured in Florida; and,
WHEREAS, this is a period
when everyone is thinking of the
brotherhood of man and the true
spirit of independence and what
it means, and the joy of living,
and
WHEREAS, the Lord did not
intend that this should be a per-
iod of bloodshed and the unnes-
essary waste of life, through reck
less, careless and drunken driv
'ers and careless and drunken pe-
.destrians, and
WHEREAS, The Florida Safety
,Council is calling on all citizen%,
American Legion Posts, veterans '
organizations, civic clubs, on-
forcement officers, ministers and
'others, and is trying to make
this month an occasion of sol'em-
nfty and dignity in memory of
those who have, and who are to-
day paying the Supreme Sacrifice
to reckless and careless driving.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. L.
'Sharit, Mayor of 'the city of
Port St. Joe, designate the month
of July as a safe and careful
month, urging that drivers and
pedestrians be careful and coop-
'erate.


Hearing Set For Tuesday, July 7 for

Any Objections By Property Owners

The City of Port St. Joe is serving notice this week that it
intends to do some paving work in the City in the vicinity of the;
Municipal Hospital and assess adjoining property owners for
the cost.
The City'has scheduled a hearing for Tuesday, July 7 at
8:00 p.m. in the Commission Chambers of the City Hall to indar
any objections to the project.


Game Commission

Leaves Split Season

Representative Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., E. T. Pridgeon, Sr., and E. T.
Pridgeon, Jr., attended a meeting
held in Marianna on Monday night
by the Florida .Game and Fresh Wa-
ter Fish Commission on suggested
regulations of the Game Commis-
sion regarding the split dove sea-
son.
Representative Costin asked the
Game Commission to continue the
split dove season so that sports-
men around the Gulf coast area
could continue-to hunt the early
migration of doves along the coast-
al areas during the month of Oc-
tober. Costin stated that this was
the only period that dove.; came
along the beach areas around Gulf
and Franklin Counties and that
dove hunting in Gulf County would
be practically eliminated if the ear-
ly season were eliminated.
There was considerable opposi-
tion to the split dove season in
Jackson, Calhoun and Holmes
Counties, however, the Game Com-
mission in their proposed regula-
tions retained the split dove season.


Local Harbor To

Be Included In

Port Series Report

The Board of Engineers for
Rivers and Harbors, Corps of En-
gineers, U. S. Army, and the Marl-
time Administration, U. S. De-
partment of Commerce, announce
the publication of a Port Series
report on the Ports of 'Port St.
Joe, Panama City and Pensacola;
Pascagoula and Gulfport, Miss.;
and Baton Rouge and Lake .
Charles, La., which is Issued as
Volume 1 of No. 19 of the Port
.Series. The 'reports in this series
are prepared and published joint-
ly. by the two government agen-
cies under authority of law to
meet the needs of the federal,
state, municipal, and port agen-
cies, and others interested in the
developer& f harbors and 'the
use ;of port and terminal -facill-
ties.
The publication includes chap-
ters on port operation and ad-
ministration, port facilities and
services, port and terminal char-
ges, volume and flow of com-
merce, and on the communication-
facilities such as eteamshlp lines,
railroads and airlines.
Copies ofthis report may be ob-
tained for $2.75 each by ordering
directly from the Superintendent
of Documents, Government Print-
ing Office, Washington 25, D. C.


L. W. Owens Dies

In Wewa Sunday

L. W. Owens, 78, longtime North-
west Florida resident widely known
throughout the state, died at his
home in Wewahitchka early Sun-
day.
He was the father of Thomas A.
Owens, Gulf County School Super-
intendent, Port St. Joe and D. L.
"Buster" Owens, Sr., supervisor of
the Motor Vehicle Commission, Tal-
lahassee.
The widow, Mrs. 'Bell Owens, was
at her husband's bedside when
death came.
-Other survivors include three
grandchildren, four great-grandchil-
dren, one brother, Bill Owens of
Apalachicola; three sisters, Mrs.
Estelle Philips, Atlanta;, Mrs. R.
C. Campbell and Mrs. Fisher Wil-
liams, both of Quincy.
Funeral services were held Mon-
day, June 22 at 4:00 p.m. in the
First Baptist Church of Wewahitch-
ka with the Rev. W. A. Frye offi-
ciating. Masonic graveside rites
were held in Jehu Cemetery with
burial in the family plot.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Mr. Owens first came to this part"
of Florida in 1913 going to Port
St. Joe where he operated a mer-
cantile business for 33 years, then
moving to Wewahitchka in 1946.
Since that time he has operated
Owens Drug Store there.
He was a member and past mas-
ter of Port St. Joe Masonic Lodge,
a member of the Welfare Board of
Gulf County and a state Democra-
tic committeeman.
4.
Off On Vacation
Mrs. Wesley Ramsey and Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Ramsey left Sunday
for Cushing, Oklahoma to attend
the Mize family reunion.
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Summer Play

Progruai Started

The Port St. Joef Elementary
School summer recreation program
began operation on Monday at 8:00
a.m.
The program is being carried out
for boys and girls of elementary
school age and all children of these
ages are urged to enroll.
The program will run Monday
through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until'
12:00 noon and from 2:00 p.m. to
4:00 p.m. each day through the
summer.
Swimming instruction will be
held on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday morning of each week from
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at St. Joe
Beach. The children will be trans-
ported by bus to and from the
beach on the three days they swim.
Activities which are offered are:
trampolin, tumbling, softball, ar-
chery and ban ball, along with
many other games which can be
enjoyed by all.
Hubert Richards and Carey E.
Floore will be in charge of the
summer program.


Soc. Sec. Man

Changes Visit Day
J
The reception area of the Pan-
ama City Social Security Office,
which will be at 1135 Harrison Ave-
nue on June 29, will contain a new
infomrational rack and a motorized


display, John V. Carey, District
Manager, said this week. We hope
that this equipment will enable us
to do a better job in informing peo-
ple of their rights under social se-
curity.
The publication rack will display
all of the various pamphlets which
are free for the asking, Carey add-
ed. The financial protection under
the Social Security Old-Age, Dis-
ability and Survivors Insurance Sys-
tem must be bought and paid for.
The amount of financial protection,
while geared to the basic level, is
directly related to the earnings of
individuals covered by social se-
curity. A better understanding on
the part of people of the amount
that can be expected from social se-
curity would enable them to make
more adequate plans for retire-
ment or for untimely disability and
for their survivors.
We hope to have statistics on the
benefits that are being paid in this
seven county area in the near fu-
ture, Carey continued. Our most re-
cent figures indicate that the total
amount for the seven county area
is in the neighborhood of four mil-
(Continued On Page 8)


NUMBER 39


Odd Situation In Babe Ruth League -

All Teams Have The Same Standing




Streets to be paved are: Sunset
Circle; that part of 19th Street ly-
ing between Monument Avenue aad
Long Avenue; that part of Palm
Boulevard lying between 19th
Street and Constitution Park
Road; that part of 21st Street ly-
ing between Monument Avenue aud
Long Avenue; Yaupon Street ly-,
ing between Monument Avenue, and
Palm Boulevard; Mimosa Avenue
lying between 20th Street and du-
Pont Drive; that part of duPont
Drive commencing from the point
that Elm Circle connects with du-
Pont Drive to Constitution Park
Road; Elm Circle between duPont
Drive and St. Joseph .Drive; St.
Joseph Drive from its intersection
with U. S. 98 to duPont Drive.
All of these streets are being
opened for the first time and will
provide several building lots for
Port St. Joe citizens.
The City has just completed in-
stallation of sewer and water on
the, same property assessment ba-
Sis to this area.
The paving will be a 20 foot road -
*rit'i -,ay baZe ind.,r pbalt surface.
This area, which is located 'in the
triangle 'between Long Avenue and.
Highway 98' and the .Mwi".'ps.l
Hospital and Constitution Park,
carries restrictions limiting the
area to better homes.


Last Rites Held for

Josh F. Miller

Josh F. Miller, 77, died Saturday
night in a Tallahassee hospital fol-
lowing a lengthy illness.
A retired engineer with the Apa-
lachicola Northern Railway, Mr.
Miller had resided in Gulf County
for 40 years. He was a former Gulf
County commissioner.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs.
Estelle Miller of White City; one
son, Denver Miller of Panama City;
two brothers, Walter Miller and
Will Miller, both residents of West
Virginia.
Funeral services were held Mon-
day at 3:00 p.m. in the White City
Baptist Church' with the Rev. C.
A. Lundy officiating. Burial was in
Holly Hill Cemetery.
Pallbearera were S. C. Pridgeon,
Ed Pridgeon, Gene McCormick,
Bob Wright, J. L. Simms and Bill
Humphrey.
Honorary pallbearers were J. L.
Sharit, Frank Rowan, Byrd Parker,
Sam Patrick, Roy Gibson, Willie
Howell, Quincy Hand, Grady Keel,
Charlie Spears, Joe Hunter, Alf
Millergren, Fred Maddox, Chester
Edwards, C. G. Costin, Sr., Silas
R. Stone, Jesse Campbell, Dr. Joe
Hendrix, George Core, Dave Gas-
kin, Oscar Roberts, M. G. Brock,
Sam Montgomery, Jack Mahon, W.
B. Ferrell, James L. Harper, George
Gainey, Carter Ward, Jimmy Greer,
Walter 'Stafford, E. J. Rich, Edgar
Williams, E. L. Antley, Curtis
Gwal'tney, E. H. VanLandingham,
M. Forban, A. D. Lawson, Peck
Boyer, Purvis Howell, H. W. Grif-
fin, George Johnson, Dewey Davis,
A. P. Wise, Pick Hollinger and
Buck Burge.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
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Enters Business-College
Margaret Lois Blount,. left Sun-
day for Orlando where she has en-
tered Jones Business College. She
went to Orlando by plane.
4
Visit Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Daniell and
daughters of Palatka spent a few
days with their parents Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Daniell last week end.

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Governor's Race Expected To Be

Crowded In '60 By Observers
TALLAHASSEE Florida well ernor's office.
could Lhielargest field in nearly t, quarter be ranked as definite possibilities.
Lo a. century when it elects a gov- How many of these 14 are prob-
ernor next spring. abilities?
In 1936, there were 14 candidates Experience of recent campaigns
bidding for the Democratic nomin- has shown that the costs of mount-
ation. Today, there are 18 men who ing a successful campaign effort
have received more than passing run n oelss than $300,000. Exper-
attention as possible candidates) in ience also has shown that the maxi-
the Democratic primary next May, imum that all candidates can hope
'The D)omocratic nomination is to raise to finance their campaigns
tantamount to election in Florida, is between 1YI and two million dol-
even though the Republicans havc lars.
made great strides since 1936. 1 That would indicate that no more
The 18 who have drawn serious than half a dozen candidates can
comment as possible candidates 'hope to get the financial backing
are, in -alphabetical order: I that appears necessary to influence
House Speaker Thomas D. Beas-! enough voters to make a can a con-
ley 'of DeFunlak Springs; Farris tender.
Bryant, Ocala lawyer and former Six "Possibles"
House Speaker Alan Boyd', 'State Any attempt to name -the siK-
Railroad and Public Utilities Com- assuming there ar esix-who actua'
mission member; Mayor Hayrdon ly will qualify with the secreta-y
Burns of Jacksonville, Former Gov. of state is purely guesswork at th's
Millard Caldwell' of Tallahassee, time, when all the hopefuls are
Sen'. Doyle E. Carlton, Jr., of Wau- jcekeying for position, testing n,)d
chula, Ted David, Hollywood attor-. lie sentiment and looking ar.ijnd
ney an former House speaker; for financial back s.
Sen. Fred .0. Dickinson of West But if the talk t.ut is he '.
Palm Beach, Sen. Joe Eaton of Mi- among the politician sL i .and aro 'n 1
ami, Earl Faircloth, Miami lawyer; the Capitol Building is to be be-
Rep. W. C. Herrel of Miami, Senate lieved, the mos probable among all
President Dewey M. Johnson; 'Fred 1t *present possibles are Brya.it
Kent, Jacksonville attorney and Carlton, Dickinson, Johnson, -' -'.
former Board of Control chairman; and Beasley. i
retired Lt. Gen. Sumter Lowry of Herrell is watching the situation
T'ampa,. runnerup to Gov. Leroy closely. If he likes what he sees,
Collins in 1956; Justice Stephen C. he may take hte plunge. If Cald-
O'Connell of the 'State Milk Comn- well decides to make the race, it
mission and twice an unsuccessful most likely will keep Johnson and
candidate for governor; former U. Kent, and perhaps even Beasley, on
S. 'Sen. Claude Pepper of Tallahas- the sidelines. But it would bring
see and Miami and Sen. 'Verle A. Odham in 'for the avowed purpose
Pope of 'St. Augustine. of stopping, the ex-governor.
Few doubt that Bryant, who ran
Not All Will Qualify third in 1956, will again be a can-
No one expects all 18 of these didate. He's been working at it
men to qualify for the 1960 gover- ever since the votes were counted
.norship race. Justice O'Connell al- three years ago.
ready has announced he plans to Oarlton also is accepted in Talla-
stay on 'the court. 'Sen. Pope has hassee as a certainty. He is !boost-
indicated he will stay out to sup- ed openly by many Ih the Collis
port Sen. Carlton. Eaton also has administration.
show hsigns of staying in the Carl-
ton camp. Boyd is said by his close Beasley insists that he will be
friends to. be looking in -the direc- running. Dickinson is eager. John-
tion of the secretaryof state's job son is quietly contacting friends
as a more likely goal than the gov- from Miami to Pensacola. Kent ap-
parently hopes to inherit the sup-
port the segregationists gave Low-
ry. in 1956.
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MINUTES OF THE
COUNTY COMMISSION
-Wewahitchka, Fla.
June 9, 1959
The Board of County Commis
sioners of Gulf County, Florida
met this date in regular session
with the following members pres
ent: George W. Cooper, Chairman
14. C. Harden, Sr., A. J. Strickland
Coleman W. Tharpe, land G. S
Croxton. The Clerk, Sheriff, At-
torney, Engineer, Road Supt.,
County Service Officer and Super-
visor of Mosquito Control Districi
were also present.
The meeting came to order al
9 o'clock, A. M.
The minutes of May 12 and 26
were read, approved, and adopted.
Mr. M. P. Tomlinson appeared
before the Board and said he was
appearing with Mr. Frank Hannon
-by invitation of the Board to dis-
cuss the insurance program for
the Court House and Jail. He said
that an insurance engineer from
one of his companies had inspec-
ted the Court House and Jail and
had placed an -insurable value of
$200,000 to $225,000. Mr. Frank
Hannon said that a representative
from his company had placed a
a value of $25,000 for contents of
a value of $25,000 for the counts of
the 'buildings; that if the County
decided to set up a new insurance
program of. $200,000 on the build-
ing 'and $25,000 on the contents,
the initial cost would be $2,162.80,
and after the first year it would
cost only $0r2.32 per year; that
Sthe Ounty would receive a refund
Aon it present'insurance in the
amount of $600.00. After discus-
sion .the Board thanked Mr. Tom-
linson and Mr. Hannon for this
information and said that no ac-
tion will be taken at this time,
but that the proposed plan will
be considered when the Board con-
siders its budget.
Mr. H. F. Ayers, County Service
Officer appeared before the Bd.
and aid that he wanted the
County to make a decision with
reference to his employment as
County Service Officer; that he
would like to continue to serve
th that capacity because he was
Already working w i t h the veter-
ans, of Gulf County, which would
make it more convenient for the
veterans and he could do a good
lob as Service Officer because of
his job of teaching the veterans;
that he did not want to cause an
issue over his employment & that
he did not .believe the County vas
breaking the -law by employing
'him. He then told the Board that
-if he could not be retained as
Service Officer, the County should
employ another person in this ca-
pacity because the veterans -of
Gulf County had many benefits
coming to them that a Service
Officer could" assist them with,
that veterans of Gulf County are
being stuck on purchase of new
homes, which, if they could work
through a Veterans Officer, this
would not happen.
The, Board asked the Attorney
to give a ruling on the law with
reference to e to the County employing
a SeFvice' Officer. The Attorney
said the 'law state, that County
Service Officer must be a veteran
who served in the U. S. Armed
Forces during a time of war.
The Board announced that be-
cause of the law in tbh is matter.
Mr. Ayers would be discontinued
as Service Officer effective June
1, 1959.
Mr. Ayers told the Board he
would -like to recommend a per-
son who is qualified to serve as
a Veterans Service Officer, a man
who needs the job badly because
he had recently had a heart at-
tack and is unable to do any hard
work and had to- quit his job at
the paper mill because of this. He
then recommended the Rev. J. J.
Hill of Highland View.
Mr. M. P. Tomlinson told the
Board he would like to comment
on something that Mr. Ayers said
in one of his statements to the.
Board and to question Mr.'Ayers
about that statement. Mr. Tomlin-
son said that he would have to
ask this question because he was
in the real estate business in Gulf
County and 'he thought the state-
ment in question was unfair to
the real estate business. He then
asked Mr. Ayers to .explain just
what he meant when he said the
veterans were being stuck to the
tune of about $2,500 when buying
homes. Mr. Ayers answered that
he would remove the figure as to
the exact amount, but the would
say that veterans were being
stuck- on new omes and he could
nrove it if anyone wanted proof.
Rev. J; J. Hil came before the
Board and made application for
County Service Officer and dis-
cussed his qualifications and said
that he would appreciate the Bd's
consideration.
Comm. E. C. Harden said he had
already talked to Mr. B. H. Dick-
ens about taking the job of Ser-
Nvice Officer; that when he talked
to. Mr. Dickens he did not know
that anyone in the County wanted
the job; that Mr. Dickens hiad a-
greed to take the job at $25.00 per
month for the rest of 'the year.
He then moved that B. H. Dick-
enos be employed County Service
Offiber. Motion was seconded by
Comm. Strickland. This motion
failed. Comm. Tharpe moved that
Rev. J, J. Hill be employed as
County Service Officer. This mo-
tion failed for lack f a second.
Comm. Harden moved that the
County pay Mr. Ayers for his ex-
pense in attending the County
Service Officer's school at Day-
tona Beach, seconded by Comm.
Strickland and, upon vote, was
duly carried.
The Chairman and Comm. Crox-


ton said they wanted more time
to consider the employment of a
new Service Officer.
Mrs. Josle Odum asked the Bd.
for financial aid and told that her
husband is unable to work; that
she gets $76.00 per month from the
State Welfare program, but her
' family cannot live on that amount.
On recommendation of Comm. E.
C. Harden, the Board voted to pay
Mrs. Odum $15.00 from the Indi-
gent Fund.
Upon motion of Comm. Hard-


"Your Board of County Com-
missioners have been attempting
to work out a program of pav-
ing. streets and roads throughout
the County for the past two years.
Some months ago a program was
worked out, with the approval of
the State Road Department, for
construction of important roads
in the County and certain streets
in the city of .Port St. Joe, that
would. qualify under the law on
the use of secondary road funds,
of which program is now in the
process of being validated in Tall-
abhassee, but this program left a
number of areas in the County
and city without any paving, and
the Board has endeavored to work
out a 'pio'gramn where these areas'
that would not qualify under the
State program could also be paved
with the 'limited funds that the
County has under our. Road and
Bridge Fund.
"We feel now, that after many
meetings, that we 'have come up
with a program where practically
all of the streets in the Northern
section of Port St. Joe can be
paved, with additional streets be-
ing paved in Highland View, Ward
Ridge, colored cemetery, Jones
Homestead, St. Joe Beach, all the
streets in White City, the River
Road in Wewahitchka, the Coch-
ran Landing Road in Wewahitch-
ka, and the road in the North end
of the County. We feel that this
paving can be accomplished by the
issuing of re venu e certificates
based on'a portion of the surplus
gas tax which is sent directly to
the C o u n t y Commissioners for
use in their Road & Bridge Fund.
Ten per cent of the cost of this
paving would be paid for each
year for ten years.- It is estima-
ted that within/two years the
surplus gas taxmoney coming to
the County will increase enough
to pay these revenue certificates
without any substantial reduction
being made in our Road & Bridge
Fund. We 'feel that this is one of
the finest programs that has been
developed, as these streets and
roads will serve more individuals
people in the County than any.
other program that we have un-
dertaken. It especially would get'
,all the people living in the North-"
ern Section of St. Joe, White City,
and other areas, out of the mud,
ahd permit them in rainy weath-
er to get in and out of their
homes.
"If the reaction of the people'
are favorable to this program, it
is our intention to expedite this
program as fast as practical."
The Chairman called for a dis-
cussion on this proposed paving
program ,and invited anyone pres-
ent to come before the Board and
be heard at this time.
Mr. Harry H. Saunders, Vice
President of the St. Joe Paper I
Company, came before the Board
and said 'he would like to .discuss
this proposal; that he was not
speaking for nor against the plan
at this time, but seeking more in-
formation as to what streets and
roads are involved and what it
will cost the taxpayers of G u 1 f
County. The following questions
were asked by Mr. Saunders and
these answers given by the Board,
or its Engineer-to-wit:
Q: How niany miles of roads
will you pave under this plan?
A: About 10 miles.
Q: How many miles in North
Port St. Joe?
A: About 13/4 miles,.
Q: How many miles in High-
land View?
Q: Name the streets in North
St. Joe.
A: We cannot name them with-
out a map.
Q: Name the streets in Ward
Ridge.
A: None picked at this time.
Q: Are you recommending a
program that you do not know
what it includes?
A: We will not know until the
survey is done.
Q: What streets in St. Joe
Beach?
A: None selected yet.
Q: What streets in White City?
A: About 11 miles.
Q: How much of River Road in
Wewahitchka?
A: About 1 miles.
Q: Howv much of Cochran Land-
ing Road?
A: About 1.4 miles.


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.HURSDAY; JUNE 25, 1959 Q: What is the estimated cost? after deciding that this project save by not having to 'maintain mount can be set up for this pro- has been included in the program,
A: About $25,000 per mile. I might 'be worthwhile, requested these roads after they are paved. ject. Mr. Tapper then said that and an estimate of the cost in or-
en seconded b StricklanWhat specifications will you in lall of the areas mentioned in He then asked how much the En- he would not advocate any pro- der that the Board can determine
en, seconded by Comm. Strickland, use I him to take samples rom roads gineering service will cost 'if the gram that will increase the taxes, whether or not it can go into the
and duly carried, the Board vol A: Same as State Road Depart- the proposed plan; to make an County decided not to go into the Comm. Harden asked how much program and to what extent.
ted to pay the Municipal Hs- re ment, less R/W, ditching and estimate of the cost on an es- the project at this time. The ans- this program would cost the Coun- Upon motion of Comm. Croxton,
psentina of PortbillSt. Joe $42.25, rep- bridges. timated 10 miles of streets and wer given was' 3 per cent of the ty if the survey and plans were seconded by Comm. Tharpe, and
sending a bill fr Paulresentine Will- Q: How did you propose to have roads; that after the Board sees estimated cost of construction, made, advertised and bids received, unanimously carried, the Wewa-
iams and $75.00 representing a bill the paving done.? the 'survey, then it will decide Hon. J. L. Sharit told the Bd. but the Board rejected all bids hitchka State Bank was designa-
Thfor Jessie Kemp. A: Advertise for bids. what streets and roads. can be that he will concur in Mr. Siaun- and decide not to go into the pro- ted as County Depository for the
The Board entered into a dis- Q: How will you finance this paved for the amount of money ders' statement and request. He ject at this time. next fiscal year.
cushion with reference to the Mos- project ? available, further stated that he was afraid The Enginerr said the cost would Virgil A. Jordan and others pre-
Daquito Control Budget. Mr. C.tE. A: By revenue certificates a- After further discussion, Mr. of an increased tax burden; that be a small advertising cost and the sented their petition and proof of
Daniell, Supervisor, told the Board against a part of the 20% gas tax Saunders told the Board that he the County ought to do this type engineering cost. The Engineer publication requesting the County
that after paying his pay rolls for coming to the County; 10 certifi- will go along with a program of of work under the secondary road then told the Board that the Coun- to close the alleyway running thru
this week, he will be over $500 then cates will be issued in the sum of this type, providing it did not in- program and use aoiy increase in ty cannot get this program without Block 4 of Wimico Subdivision.
the red, due to the fact that the 10% of the total cost of the project crease the mileage, but this pro- the Road and Bridge Funds for paying for it; that the Road and The Chairman called for a hearing
city of Port St. Joe had not paid 'and one certificate payable each gram as outlined will require at new work that will come up from Bridge Budget cannot be reduced on the petition, and no one object-
any of its obligation of $5,000, and year. least 2% to 3 mills to finance. He time to time. by this program, but the County ing to the closing of said alley-
Wewahitchkat had n t paid any of Q: What interest will be paid then recommended that the Board Mr, George G. Tapper told the can realize a saving of from 75% way, after consideration, Comm.
Sh obligation of $1,500. Hon. J. L. on the certificates? not enter this program at this Board that he thinks everyone to 85% on maintenance of those Croxton offered the following res-
Stolharit, Mayorof Port St. Joe, A: The interest will be a part time; to wait until after the next present is in accord and thinks roads that will be paved solution and moved for its adoption.
the MCD its $5,000 within the the bid price., budget is adopted in order to see the same way about dditional Mr. G. C. Costin told the Board It was seconded by Comm. Harden
next few da its $5,000 within the Q: If you go through with this if there will be 'any excess income th ame t ay dbos kawiomn that he did not think the plan and unanimously adopted, to-wit:
next few days. Comm. Strickland project, will the Road & Bridge that can be applied to this pro- thing about he does progrknow because for financing the project was a RESOLUTION
announced he would contact the budget be decreased by the amount jec. program because
city of Wewahitchka and request' ofeh dceased by theat amount ject. the Board requested him to assist good one, but he would like to WHEREAS, Virgil A. Jordan &
its payment of $1,500. cerMcate Mr. W. C. Roche told the Board the Engineer in making a survey see the roads paved if it would not wife, Polly T. Jordan; Walter T.
The Chairman told the Board A: Yes, that is the Board's plan, he was in favor of all the roads of those streets and roads that increase the taxes. Stafford and wife, Hazel J. Staf-
he was receiving many complaints but it may take two or three years in the County being paved, pro- could possibly be paved under this Whereupon, there was a motion ford; Ernest L. Antley and wife,
about the drainage problem on before the Road and Bridge bud- viding 'the tax 'burden is no in- plan. He then recommended that by Comm. Harden, seconded by Jeanette Antley and N. L. Griner
Long Avenue at 16th Street in get can be reduced. creased, then stated that if this the Board advertise: for bids in Comm. Strickland, and unanimous- and w:fe, Lelia Jeanette Grines,
the city of Port St. Joe; that the The Engineer told Mr. Saunders 'program is adopted, the. cost to order for everyone to know what ly carried, that the County En- heretofore filed their petition for
State Road Department had been that he could not answer his ques- the County should be only the the program will cost and the gineer make the survey, plans & vacating, closing and abandoning
requested to do the necessary tions exactly because the Board, 'amount that the County would County can then decide if that a- specfioations for each road that (Continued on Page 7)
drainage work in this area, but
nothing had been done; that said .
Department was requested to do
cost against a $6,500 maintenance -
credit the County has with the 1
SRD on Long Avenue. Hon. J. L
Sharit told the Board that he did
not want to see the SRD charge
off this project to the $6,500 -
maintenance credit on Long Ave.'
because there are a number of
other places along Long Ave. that I /
need maintenance. After discuss-
ion, the Chairman said that the
'people in this area ought to be

The Chairman asked the Clerk .
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CHULA VISTA, CALIF.-Well, California, making his first land-
here we are in California after ing on the shores of this magnifi-
what you might call an uneventful cent bay. On Point Loma today
trip from ,Florida. Reason for stop- there stands a monument to the


ping in this city is to visit Mrs.
Sue Owens, a cousin of our good
wife, who twice has been to Flor-
ida to visit us. She was tickled
spitless to see us and took us on
a tour of the vicinity.
In San Diego, which lies on gen-
tle slopes between purple moun-
tains and San Diego Bay's sweep-
ing shore, we stood on the site of
California's first settlement, found-
ed for Spain by Gaspar de Portola.
Mrs. Owens drove us out to
Point-Lo~ma, most southwesterly
peninsula in the United States, and
from its heights we surveyed the
harbor .which was crowded with
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Sam's navy, it being the largest
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craft carriers. In addition, the har-
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er fish.
More than 200 years before San
Diego was founded, a famous Span-
ish explorer, Cabrillo, discovered


old boy. Near his monument is the
tower of the old Point Loma light-
house which for years after 1855
blinked a welcome to ships from
around Cape Horn.
San Diego and environs is grow-
ing by leaps and bounds-not up-
ward, as there are few tall build-
ings in the area, but outwrd-and
the heart of the city is green, can-
yon-cut Balboa Park, 1400 acres of
subtropical trees and shrubs.
The temperature in this section
is almost ideal, average tempera-
tures vary only 13 degrees all year,
from 55 in winter to 68 in summer,
and outdoor living is the rule, as it
is everywhere in Southern Cali-
fornia I might make an excep-
tion to the temperature picture, as
when we crossed into the southern
section it was mountains of bould-
ers and mile after mile of sand
dunes; with the All-American Canal
winding across this area to bring
the life-giving water of the Colo-
rado River to' make the desert
bloom.
While here, Myrtice paid a social
call on Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lewis,


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PHONE 7-7741


PORT ST. JOE,
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* Mrs. 14wis being the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Davis 6f Wood-
ward Avenue, Port St. Joe, and to
SBen Alsobrook, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Alsobrook of St. Joe Beach.
This young couple had just moved
into a magnificent new home in
the suberbs. Mrs. Alsobrook had
her wish granted-she had always
wanted to meet the former editor
of The Star.
After spending a week here with
Mrs. Owens we are heading for
Chino to pay our respects to our
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Goetz, who visited us at
Stardust Lodge some 18 months
agone.


First Baptist


Circle 7 Meets

Circle No. 7 of the First Baptist
Church met in the home of Mrs.
Francis T. Kirkland Wednesday af-
ternoon June 17 at 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. George Davis opened the
meeting with prayer. Mrs. Emory
Robertson read the devotional and
led the program on' Thailand fol-
lowed by a short business meeting.
Refreshments were enjoyed by
the following members: Mrs. Em-'
ory Robertson, Mrs. George Davis,
Mrs. Roy K. Blackshear, Mrs. Fran-
cis T. Kirkland and Mrs. C. E. Mar-
tin.


Now Gulf Life features
life insurance at
quantity discounts. The
more you buy the
more you save. Ask your
Gulf Life representa-
tive, for complete
information.



Gulf


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COMPANY

C. B. Greif, Jr.
0. M. Taylor
Lamar Hill

221 Reid Ave.
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


PHONE
BAII 7-4646


June 30th CITIZEN'S FEDERAL is paying to Savings Accounts

Owners, $19,000.00 Earned Profit for first half of 1959


SAVE y


EARN
Full Six Months Profit
December 31st


CITIZENS FEDERAL has an attractive and useful gift for additions to
existing savings accounts, or for opening of new accounts in both in-
stances for as much as $50.00 during month of July.


CITIZENS' FEDERAL solicits your Savings Account, Savings Earnings rate 3,/2% per
annum, compounded or paid in .cash June 30th and December 31st. Available when
needed.

If you cannot come in person, MAIL Citizens 'Federal your Check, Money Order, or
Cash, for an INSURED SAFE Savings ACCOUNT.

You will be pleased with the way your savings business Is' handled.


nd Loan 5 t al of Port ins. o
. and Loan 21,8 008(1011 of Port St. Joe


Theta Rho Girls Entertain State

President With Banquet June 13


The local Theta Rho Girls Club
No. 10 entertained the state presi-
dent, Barbara Volk at a lovely ban-
quet Saturday evening' June 13 at
the Masonic Hall. The banquet was
put on for the girls by Melody Re-
bekah Lodge No. 22. Glynda Burke
acted as mistress of ceremonies.
Invocation was given by Boggie
Kilbourn. Norma Hobbs graciously
gave the welcome address' which
was responded to by Lynn Hare of


the Lynn Haven club. The club
president was introduced who in
turn presented the state president.


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girls were, dressed like orientals
and performed an oriental dance
by candlelight which was very im-
pressive. A quartet consisting of
Diane Bishop, Pat McCormick, Lila
Dockery and Gall Weeks sang, "I'm
Looking 'Over A Four Leaf Clover".
A gift was presented to the.presi-
dli.- hv Pq t M nC mmink. fm fhp.


Mrs. Aliehe Hightower, present.
Also several visiting Rebekabs and
Odd Fellows.
Several of the Theta Rho girls
from Melody No. 10 along with
their advisor Mrs. C. W. Long, plan
to attend the official visit and
Homecoming of the state president,
Barbara Volk in Fort Pierce over
the week end;
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Vet Officer Sets

Visit July 6

Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Preston L. Nicholas,
Assistant State Service Officer.
Nicholas will visit this area next
week for the purpose of helping
veterans or their dependents in fil-
ing claims for Compensation bene-
fits or solving their Insurance prob-
lems. This free service includes as-
sistance to employers of veterans
under the GI Bill, Vocational Train-
ing, Subsistence or other problems.
During his visit in this area Ni-
cholas may be contacted at the
City Hall from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
on Monday, July 6.
Visitors .From Jax


The banquet was followed by the "- u' "" Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Nail and
meeting, Jeanie Coker presiding. club. It carried outcher theme asRichard, Patsy and John
Barbara Volk was introduced and t ha fc e t nie of Jacksonville visited Mr. and
extended the honors accorded to on it made of dollar bills. Mrs. I. C. Nedley this week. Miss
her office, by a courtesy rendered There were visitors of the Thet Patsy Nall willvisit with her grand-
by a committee consisting of Ka- Rho Clubs from Fort Pierce and mother, Mrs. Nedley and Mr. Ned-
trina Farris, Mary Carolyn Lyons, Lynn Haven and their advisors. ley for several weeks at their home
Joan Coker, Joyce Davis, Boggle They were honored by having one on Monument Ave.
Bilbourn and Glynda Burke. The 8of their own and a member of the
Joint Youth Committee of Florida, his on your printing i a sign of quality


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Guests of Herrings Return From Vacation
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Farris Tarren
L. J. Herring of Long Avenue were returned home last week front
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Putnam and vacation to South Florida.
yuong son, Greg of Sarasota.


J You Are Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION __ 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and '16th Street
Air Conditioned For Your Comfort

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME

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NEWS FROM Mrs. William W. Whitehurst of modated in private homes. lo
tino Fort Rucker, Ala. "The most astounding news ir it
n a OAK GROVE Mr. and Mrs. Gene Harper have'ceived at the convention',' Pater-
By Nta Jolly and VI Harrison as their guests this week, Mrs. Lois son said, "was relative to the Di- ha
PHONBy Nita E 7-7013 Wise, Mrs. Carol Wise, Miss Mar- vine Will International Convention R
tha Grice and Ann Brazel are from of Jehobah's Witnesses held in
Joyce Hayes spent the e end Waycross, Ga. Mrs. Lois Wise is the New York City .ast summe':.
visitingerHpa entsMra nd mother of Mrs. Harper and Miss "Mr. Adams told the convention
visiting her parents, Mr. and 1'rs.
Pelham Revell. Joyce is a iing Carol Wise is a sister. that 18 new congregations of Je-
Pelham Reell.hobah's Witnesses have been form-
summer school in Tallahasseo. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson hon- ed in New York during the past
Mr. and Mrs. Andersort Davis ored their daughter, Charlotte with yar. He attributed the tremen-
spent the week end in hattahoo-a party on her fourth birthday at- dous growth directly to the conven-
chee visiting their daughter, Miss urday afternoon. Games and re- tion held in that city," Paterson
Ruby Davis. freshments were enjoyed by Wy- said.
Little Rena Worley is a patient vonne Griffin, Linda Fay Gardner, "The 1,000 Jehovah's Witnesses
t the Municipal Hospital r Sandy Jolly, Kenneth Pippin, Di- in Tampa were instructed o call
Toby Wortey. anne Gardner, Dee Dee Harper, upon all interested people in that
Toby Worley. Craig Davis, Steve Davis, Michael city after the convention," he con-
Visitors of the Ray Jolley's th Lovett," and Judy Moore. Those tinued, "and aid them in their study
week end were his parents and iro-
week eMr.ndwrehs.parentsyand r- sending gifts, but unable to.attend of the Bible in their homes.'
other, Mr. andMresville. .were Warren Yeager and Cynthia Paterson said the h-ghligh' of
Albert of GainesvilButts. the convention was a mass bdptism
hRev, and Mrs. Lloyd Riley ad held Saturday morning at Coral
children of Bagdad *visited with R G o
friends in Oak Grove Monday. Lake outside of Tamp~a. 263 persons
- Tommy Riley of Bagdad is i- Religious Group dedicated their lives to ministerial
y Re o B i service and embraced a new way
ing this week in Oak Grove among A e s e-eaembraced a rew way
his ma ny friends. Grove among Attends M meeting o life. The Witnesses believe thar
his many friends. Hra Hn Ibaptism is a symbol of dedication
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stripling to God and the beginiii of E life
and girls spent the day in Vernon R. L. Patterson, presiding minis- a he execlusinely devoted
that will lIe execluslvely devoted
Sunday visiting friends and rela- ter of the Apalachicola congrega- to preaching and teaching the Bi-
tives. tion of Jehovah's Witnesses, head- ble wherever they live.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovette and ed a delegation of the religious Those attending the convention
children visited in Vernon Sunday group that attended a four-day dis- from 'ort St. Joe were: R. H. Wo-
with friends and relatives, trict convention at the Fairgrounds soba and wife Alice, Helen Sweet,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Oakes and in Tampa this past week end. Annie Lowe and Lottie Hall.
Paterson said 10,715 delegates ___. __
children have returned home after were on hand for the final eon
a two week vacation in Greenvilfe, were on hand for the finalam ses, c on ROBERT NEDLEY WINS
on Sunday. Karl A. Adams, conven- AWARDS AT FSU
Miss., visiting friends and relatives, tion chairman, spoke on the sub- AWARDS AT FU
Visitors of the John MoKenzies ject, "When God Speaks Peace To Robert Nedley, student at Florida
this week are Mrs. J. H. Kent and All Nations". State UTniversity of Tallahassee
children of Blounttown and Mrs. Th econvention was the largest brought home his- second award
Jeff Duval of East Point. Mrs. Kent ever held in the city of Tampa and from Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity.
every available hotel and motel was The first, a bronze plaque, was
Mr. Duival is her father. taken in Tampa arid St. Petersburg. for the most outstanding pledge.
E. T. Yon and family of Fort Hundreds of delegates were accom- The second award was a gold
Walton Beach were the week end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Gritf-
fin.
Mrs. Elma Jesson of New Or-
leans, La., is visiting this week with NEED A PLUMBER?
her mother, Mrs. Florence Jerni-
gan. Mrs. Jernigan will return CALL BEAMAN
home with Mrs. Jesson. Plumbing Installation Repairs
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moore and chil- Contract Work A Specialty
dren of Maine are spending two
weeks with her parents, Mr. and Agents for
Mrs. Perry Elliot. Mrs. Elliot plans Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures
to return home with them for a -CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE-
two week visit. Also visiting the
Elliot's over the week end was their TWO ,LICENSED PLUMBERS ON DUTY TO SERVE YOU
son, Wilford of Stanford.
-Mr. and Mrs. Peliham Revells bad BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE
as their week end guests the M- BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVI
Cullom family of Tampa. 110 HUNTER CIRCLE PHONE 7-2541
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pippin had
,as -their guests Monday Mr. and


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This is the first time two awards Want Ads Get Resuib.
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JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH
























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and your family's healthan than plenty of body-
building, high-protein dairy products included in
every meal. Cool, clean, pure milk fresh
country eggs -- these, plus the other numerous
dairy by-products, are essential to a -balanced,
wholesome diet. Luckily for the budget, they are
also wonderfully economical Be sure to keep a
fresh supply handy


| Harden's Dairy

"Gulf County's Only Milk Producer"
BORDEN DAIRY PRODUCTS


Phone NEwton 9-4383 (Collcet)


Wewahltchka, Fla.





HE TOTALi IS jSS ATt GOSiSAiTG


*.. -. 42*.* .'.,.
.. S. .s'.
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FREE PARKING --- AIR CONDITION D
Specials For June 25,26, and 27


FROSTY MORN HICKORY SMOKED" ',.


U. S. GOOD WESTERN BEEF -
Rump ROAST


3 LBS.


LB.
69c


IGA TABLE-RITE (Worth 10 Points on TV Stamps)

BACON


SLICED
Tray Pack
2 LBSO, s
-5-


U. S. GOOD WESTERN BEEF ROUND

STEAI


IGA TABLE-RITE (Worth 3 Points on TV Stamps) 12 Oz. Pkg.
FRANKS 49c
U. S. GOOD WESTERN

Ground Beef

2/ LBS.
$1.00


GEORGIA, FLORIDA GRADE 'A'
FRYERS


LB.
35c


FRESH, MEATY SMALL '

Pork Ribs

2 LBS.
^$1


II.A DiftJ II'%AAATf% A r- A- I t-I...


JUIC KIn IV

JUICE


40 uz. Can
29c


IGA SALAD QUART

DRESSING 39c
LOOK -- WITH THE PURCHASE OF ONE 6-STICK PACKAGE
HONEY GOLD YOU GET ONE CAN BORDEN'S BISCUITS FREE!


OLFO


6 Stick
Pkg.


FREE!
You Do Not Have To Be Present To Win
To Be Given Away Saturday, June 27
BARBECUE GRILL
VALUE $39.95
SPINNING ROD and REEL
VALUE $29.95
AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC IRON
GENERAL ELECTRIC
PICNIC THERMOS JUG
ONE GALLON


CROQUET SET


- PICNIC BAG


COME IN AND REGISTER


MUHVIMURLi (Your Choice Grind)

COFFEE


With $5.00 Order
LB. TIN
100% PURE


49c


ARMOUR'S COOKING -- WITH ORDER

OIL


No. 10
JUG


w 'Rw -


GEORGIA GRADE 'A' SMALL

EGGS


4 DOZ.


$1.00


BUSH'S
Butter Beans 1oCons $1


IGA EVAPORATED


LOOK AT THIS!


MILK
8 Cans $1.00


THE TOTAL IS LESS AT IGA


CHEER


4 Large Boxes
With $5.00 Order


$1.00


HE TOTAL IS LESS AT IGA


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TREE RIPE
PE


cRESH GRI
Bu


$1.29


* IGA's FRESH HOME GROWN PRODUCE
EXTRA FANCY
"ACHES 8Lbs.
EEN WHITE
hitter Beans 6Lbs.


FRESH HOME-GROWN WHITE LARGE EARS
CORN


FRESH FROZEN
LEMONADE


'HE TOTAL IS LESS AT IGA


*

$1

$1


6 Ears


8 Cans L
THE TOTAL IS LESS AT IGA


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tures. Highway 98, Second St. at FOR LEASE: Gulf service station, -M and two 3-bedroom houses, FOR SALE: Two bedroom house f'HE STAR, Portt Jo- Pla. Officer. John's class starting date
LAt ilED ADS Highland View.-Very reasonable Apply St. Joe Motor Co., V. R. unfurnished, at St. Joe Beach. See on Jackson St., Oak Grove. In- THURSDAYJUNE25,959 iset for July 12. Heattended the
rent. See Clinton Cox at Highland Anderson. tfc-6-4 I W. Duren or phone 7-3171. All quire at. 1316 Marvin Avenue after THURSDAY, JUNE 25, -199 is set for July 12. He attended the
View. 4tc-6-4 $50.00 per month each. tfc-4-16 5:00 p.m. 4tp-6-25 University of Florida in Oaines-
FOR RENT: A 2-Bedroom apart- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
ments. Unfurnished. 228 7th St. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished cottages. $45 per month. Ander- FOR RENT: Apartment. Furnished FOR SALE or RENT: 2 bedroom John Wesley Stephens To vine, during 1957 and 198s.
Call 7-7761. tfc-6-4 apartment. Close in. $45.00 per son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tfc for couple. 216 Ninth St. Call J. house at White City. Only two Enter Navigator Training
mo. Water furnished. Inquire at F. Daniell, Phone 7-7146. tfc-6-11 years old. New paint inside and Home On Leave
FOR RENT: Store building and fix- 1904 Garrison or phone 7-8642. tfc FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom house. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- out. Contact Jiake Mouchettbe at John Wesley Stephens, 21, son Corporal Oliver D. Strickland is
ed apartment. 619 Woodward Motel St. Joe, phone 9-9991. tfc of Alto Cletis Stephens, 305 Duval visiting ghis wife Doris and his son
Avenue. $45.00 month. Call Gene Street of Port St. Joe, has been se- Alan. He is home on leave from
Halley. Officaha e phone20550, home FORtaps made to order. day ser- elected to attend Navigator Train- Iceland where he has been station-
20247, Tallahassee or P. 0. Box .stamps made to order. 1 day ser-
3384, M.S.S&. Tallahassee, Fla. vice. Phone 7-8576, Port St. Joe., ing in the United States Air Force. ed.
J. A. Blackwell, Box 491. 4tp-4-23 According to M-Sgt. C. L. Blair, the
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. Panama City Air Force Recruiting
1506 Long Avenue. See John SPECIAL: 9X12 pieces of viscos anama City Air Force Recruiting on your printing is a sign of qualifta
g create~ Sa'" 121--oa1 i T (Scott. Phone 9-1801. ltp carpet. Only $49.500each. MO-

Cre a ter sClome ready to work. Creech Bros. GAL. THERMOS JUGS. Regularly
Laundry and Cleaners. tfc-6-11 priced at $3.95. Only $1.95 while -
S WANTED: Saleslady for part time CO.T O S COtlNlTe
MR20ANW~ff~m wok PhnrpE~ i rf-rdA


,wor. J experience preferredLU. Ap-
ply Western Auto. tfc-6-11
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Suitable for couple only. Mrs. A.
M. Jones phone 7-7646. tfc-6-25
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom duplex ap-
artment on Palm Blvd. with util-
ity room. 'See Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
Phone 7-4311 or 7-7191. tfc,6-25

FOR SALE


FOR SALE: Three bedroom house,
block construction on 70 foot cor-
ner lot. Columbus and Americus
Ave., St. Joe Beach. $2,000.00 down.
Ralph Nance, Phone 9-1176. 3tp
LOT FOR SALE: Size 75X180. Nice
high, dry lot located at 904 Tenth
St. Has been cleaned and, have ab-
stract. See Ray C. Leavell, 111 Sec-
ond Avenue, Oak Grove. ltp

MINUTES OF THE
COUNTY COMMISSION


re =gwi .,-T Baig8 mimgim5 .. a 3> .. ..-. .
Wheels are five inches farther apart. This widens the
stance, not the car, gives you road-hugging stability,
less lean and sway. Only Pontiac has Wide-Track Wheels!


,COMPANION housekeeper or baby
sitting. Day or night. Euna Pen-
dergrass. 230 'Seventh St. 2tp
ODDS AND ENDS: Tables-cock-
tail, ends and step tables. Reg.
$12.95. Only $6.95. MODERN FUR-
NITURE CO.
FOR SALE: Red wormss. 60c per
hundred'. 512 First St. 3tp-6-11
FOR SALE: Sewing machine, Sin-
ger portable. Good condition,
$40.00. Folding stbel frame double
bed. Fair mattress and- spring. $12.
R. T.,Ryals, 112 Bellamy Circle. 2tc
FOR SALE: Second hand radios.
$5.00 and up. Third Street en-
trance of our warehouse. Modern
Furniture Co. tfc-6-11
JI I


FOR SALE
3. Some lots left at Cape San Blas
Shores Subdivision on St. Joe
Point..
4. Lots at St. Joe Beach. 75X150.
1 block from water. Convenient
terms.
5. Consult us before you build. Con-
struction, financing, everything


(Continued From Parranged for you.
(Continued From Page 3) FOR RENT: Building at 408 Reid
of a certain ,alleyway in G u 1 f Ave. Excellent location.
County, Florida, hereinafter des- FOR SALE: 2 cottages at Beacon
cribed, and Hill. Adjacent to highway.
Whereas, the Board of County PRIDGEON AGENCY
Commissioners of Gulf County, 411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741
Florida, called a public hearing to
determine whether or not said al- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
leyway should be vacated, closed .ed house on 8th St. $35.00 per
and abandoned, and month.
Whereas,- notice of such public FOR SALE: Nice homesites in We-
hearing has been duly published as wahitchka in a restricted subdi-
required by aw, vision. The fine lots in this old pe-
Whereas, at said hearing it was can grove can be purchased on
made to appear that said alley- time with up to 3 years to pay.
way is not a State Highway or a YOU CAN PURCHASE your own
Federal Road maintained by the home in Highland View with a
State of Florida; that said alley- small down payment and the bal-
way is not within the limits of any ance in rent like monthly paymemlt.
municipality, and that this Board See the 2 and. 3 bedroom houses
has jurisdiction of said alleyway, located near the State Highway in
Whereas it has been maan to this rapidly growing, area.
Whapperear tt has been made to FOR SALE or RENT: 1 small one
appear that the abandonment of bedroom unfurnished house on
said alleyway will not inconven- Fourth Streut. This house can be
ience the public in that adequate bought with 10% down. Balance in
passage is afforded in the area small monthly payments.
to be closed and that petitioners FOR SALE: Very nice honts on
are duly qualified to present said FOR SALE: V nice home on
petition; Marvin Avenue. 3 bedrooms, din-
NOW, therefore, be it resolved ing room, living room, kitchen, bath
by the Board of C. C. of Gulf beautiful landscaped yard with deep
County, Fla., in open meeting duly well and pump for watering lawn.
assembled at the County Court This house financed. Pay owner
Hopse in the city of Wewahitchka equity and take up payments.
Fla., this 9th day of June ,A.D. 'COASTAL 'REALTY COMPANY
1959, as follows: WILLIAM J. ,RISH, Broker
1. All of the alleyway running 6 RUTH C. SOULE, Salesman
thru 'block 4 of Wimico Subdivis- Phone BAll 7-4051
ion 'as per official plat on file in LAWNS CUT: See or call Paul
plat book 1, page 31, public re- AWNS CUT: See7 M arvin Avenue,
words of Gulf County, Fla., be and Robbin at 1017 Marvin Avenue,
the 'same is hereby vacated, closed Phone 7-5681. Itp
and abandoned as an alleyway. WANTED: Waitresses. Apply in
2. That the Clerk of this oBard person at City Restaurant. tfe
publish notice of the passage of
said resolution as provided by law. SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
3. That this resolution shall take Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
effect immediately upon its pass- quick expert service. ttc-5-2
age.
ADOPTED at a regular meet- F YOU ARE INTERESTED in aV-
ing of the Board of County Corn- lag money ee a for anything
missioners of Gulf County, Fla., rou need In your home. STOP and
held this 9th day of June, A. D., SWARP SHOP.
1959.
The Board directed the Clerk to Keys Made While You Watt
retire the Health Center Interest
and Sinking Fund revenue certi- 35c EACH
ficate No. 3 in the amount of BICYCLE PARTS
$10,000, plus $250 interest, the WESTERN AUTO
same being payable July 1, 1959.
The 'bills were presented, exiam- HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
ined, approved, and ordered paid. BOATS and TRAILERS
(Bills Here) Reel Parts and Repairs
All pay rolls for the month of
May were approved and ratified as LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
paid. hour. Cut your lawn and let me
The Road Dept, Health. Dept, & worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
County Agent presented reports Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
for May and same were ordered son, Phone 7-7501.
filed.
Three bein gno further business R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
to come before the Board, the St. Joheph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
meeting did then adjourn. M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All vial -
Attest: Geo. Y. .CORE, Clerk ing, brothers welcome. Robert L.
George Cooper, Chmn. Creamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R.
-Wewahitchka, Fla. Maige, Secretary.
June 12, 1959
The Board of Oounty Commis- WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, THE AMERICAN IEGION. Meet-
met this date in special session ing first and third Thursday nights
with the following members pres- 8:00 p.m., American 'Legion Home.
ent: George-W. Cooper, Chairman,. SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 0.
E. C. Harden, Sr., A. J. Strict- .O.-F-Meet, fIrst and third
]md, Coleman W. Tharpe, and G. Friday, 7:30 p.m. In Masonic
S. Croxton. The Clerk was also Hall. All members urged to attend;
present. INoble Grand: Chris Martin
The meeting okme to order at Secretary: W. H. Weeks
6:30 P .M.
The Chairman announced that THERE WILL BE a regular corn-
he had called this meeting for the munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
purpose of discussing budget mat- No. 111, F&AM every first aand
ters for the next fiscal year. The third Thursday at 9:00 p.m.
Board -did then 'enter into a lengthy
discussion with reference to the
Road and Bridge Fund and other
budget matters. No decisions were ED McFARLAND, W.M.
made as to the next fiscal year's ROY L. BURCH, Sec.
budget at this meeting. All Master Masons cordially invited
There being no further business
to come before the Board, it did LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
then adjourn. Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Attest: George Y. Core, Clerk Fourth St.. meeting night every other
George W. Cooper, Chmn. Monday.


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Methodist Youth Fellowship __ 6:15 p.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.
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< r mces of Pottery Making

Demos rued At Quadricenteniial

PENSACOLA-With a twist and spin, the soft clay whirls aboui
*the spindle, gradually molds into shape under the skilled fingers of the
artist ,Swiftly it assumes form--and .Voila!-it is done!
"It's amazing!" replied one onlooker.
And she echoed the sentiments of thousands of visitors who have
watched Leocadio Gonzalez, famed potter in the Spanish Village at
Florida's Quadricentennial on Pensacola Beach.
The potter, one of eight skilled, wheel, operated with the foot goes
Spanish craftsmen who inhabit the back seven or eight centuries. And
Quadricentennial's Village Replica, the techniques well. depend
is a champion in his craft, operates upon a sense of proportion, a gift-
as artists did more than 200 years ed touch and years of practice.'
ago in. colonial Florida. Using a swift, sure -touch Leo-
In that era, when Spanish-ex- adio shaped a saucer from the
plorers and hardy' pioneers wer3 orown clay, they separated it from
carving out many of America's first the basic mound of earth by whirl-
settlements, hand tooled dishes and ing the wheel and cutting the mass
vessels made up the bulk of house- with a string.
bold articles used by the frontier "It's uncanny," added the Ala-
housewife. bama ivsitor. "Why, even without
"There is practically no differ- measuring, he turns out duplicates
ence between pottery formed by" that are like peas in a pod!"
our methods and that of 250 years And so he does! The eye, the
ago," noted the artisan. "Clays vary hand, the touch are all-important.
and perhaps the final technique of It has always been so, the potter
firing, but the use of the potter's said. "We are trained to form arti-
cles by feel, and an apprentice
takes up to seven years to com-
~ plete his training. As it was in co-
S.. lonial times, an artisan has intense
pride in his work,'! he added.
.. ,. .,.' The artisans, who perform such
.' tasks at metal grafts, weaving,
,. ,. sculpting and woodworldking, needle-
l craft and a host of others, appear
in the village, one portion of Flor-
ida's 400th Anniversary Historical'
Celebration. The Quadricentennial,
"'located on Pensacola's famed San-
S ta Rosa Island, includes the Vil-
la with fort, governor's palace,
Commandant's quarters and the
Church; also in the festival are a
mammoth Historical Pavilion, tell-
ing the story of famed, early con-
quistadores, with hundreds of clas-
"_ :'-'". ** sic antiquities brought from the ar-
chives of ,Old Spain; and an exhibit
of Modern Florida. Also present is
the internationally-famous exhibit,
"Dancing Waters" which appeared
Sat 1958's Brussel's Fair, and is also
showing this summer at the Pitts-
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f "you feel too tired and
worn out before you start,
you'd better see your doctor
for a check-up. If he
prescribes medication, bring
your prescriptions jto us for
prompt service. You'll enjoy
your vacation more if
you're feeling your best.



Buzzett's Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Florida
Now -


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itea of the -City Clerk and opan to
the- inlsppc.tlon pf .th e D 6)iC,
ITY OF PORT, ST. JO l
R W. HEditERSO N '
kitAr Auditor and Clerk


burgh BtKetJ&tid4,
Sho uadAricntennial, soiis ed
jointly by th i State of Florida and
the City of Peisacola, will be open
daily until midxSeptember.

Social Security
lion dollars .per year. Whatever the
amount, we know that there are
people in the area who could qual-
ify for monthly social security
checks but who, for one reason or
another, have not filed their appli-
cation for these payments. Some
people seem to think that they must
prove that they need social security
benefits--this is not so as these
benefits reliresent insurance pay-
ments. Others seem to think that
the payments will come to' them
automatically-again, this is not
so, but rather, an application must
be filed before any payment can
begin,
We believe that fewer people
would lose social security benefits
to which they anr entitled if they
would request and read the free
pamphlets which are available, Ca.
rey concluded. Also, we invite the
public's continued" attention to our
public service newspaper articles
and our public service radio and
TV programs.
One of the informational racks
has been placed in the lobby of the
posf Office in Port St. Joe and
our public service ra4io progra4p
is pyer Station WJOE on .atjr-
days at 5:20 p.m,
Beginning in July the Spocal Se-
curity RepresentatIve will cpme to
Port St. Joe on the first and th.d
Thursday mornings of each month.
LEGAL ADVERTISING
,PUuLIC !NOTICE
PITY of PORT ST. JOE
TO WHOM IT MIAY CONCERN:
NOTIl)I 1S HERU BY GIVEN
that the City Commission of the
City of Port St. Jo@ will' m@et tt
8:00 o'clock p.mn. on the 7th day of
July, 1959, ot hear objections, writ-
ten or oral, of all interested' peronp
to the confirmation of the Resol'ti-
tion providing for the paving of
Sunset Circle; that part of 19th
Street lying between Monument
Avenue and Long Avenue; That
part of Palm Boulevard lying be-
tween 19th Street and Constitution
Park Road; that part of 21st -Street
lying between Monument Avenue
and Long Avenue; Yaupon Street
lying between Monument Avenue
l 4galm Boulevard; Mimosa Ave-
rsue 'lyg b ltween 20th Street and
4uPont' 'Drv; .th# part of duPont
prvye commencing from the point
that lmni 'ircle co#ieis swith i-
Pnt 'Drive to poustitution Park
2-94d; Elm Circle betweeR dgPin'i
Drive afld St. Joseph Drive; 't, Joi .
seph Drive from Its intresection
with U. 8, 98 to duPont Drive; and
the assessment of the cost against
the abutting property, which is
described as follows:
Lots, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 9 in Block 70;
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 in
Wiolek 71; Lots .6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
agd 12 'I lock 110; Lots 1, 9, 10,
1,' 12, ; R ad 15, in Block
1.1;' Lot 1, 7, $;, 11 and 12
) '-Block 112; Lots- 1,. if 4,
14, .5, 16, 17 n4' 18 in Block 11;
Lot 5, 4, f7, 8 and 8 in Blockr 114;
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 0, 7, 8, 9 apd
10 in Block 115; Lots .1, g, 6, 7
and 8 in Block 116; All of Bloacl
117; Lots 1 to 10, inclusive, in
Block 118; Lotsa 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
and -that parcel of land described
as follows: 'Commencing at the
Northeast Corner of Lot 7 in
Block 119, and thence along the
West r/w line of Palm Blvd. in
a Northeasterly direction for a
djstance of 350 feet to 20th St.;
theune in a Westerly direction
along the South r/w line of 20th
'St., for a distance .of 345 feet to
Monument Ave,; thence in a
Southerly direction along the
East r/w line of Monument Ave,
a distance of 360 feet 'to the
Northwest corner of Lot 1, Block
119; -thence in an Easterly direc-
tion for a distance of 430 feet
to the point of beginning, in
Block 119; Lots 1 to 11, inclu-
sive in Block 120.
Plans, specifications and esti-
iat.s of cost are on file in the of-


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e- markets, are a principal source of income ... alog
with tourists, farming, cattle raising, sugar production
and commercial fishing. Formed in 1925 from St. Lugie
County, it was named after the Indian River. Each June,
in County Seat Vero Beach an annual Hibiscus Festival
is climaxed by the International Hibiscus Flower Show.
In progressive Indian Ryver County and throughout
Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation world
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ant, orderly conditions. Believing that'strict law enforce-
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$10.00 DOWN
$10.00 per Month
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