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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: July 2, 1959
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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, JULY 2, 1959


'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


ETAOIN SHRDLU

by Weft.EY R. RAMSEY


Comes a holiday and people wilr
die, on the highways, in streams
and at play.
It just seems to come along with
the holidays-death, that is.
And along with this increased
death rate, inevitably comes an in-
creased rate of those maimed and
injured. In some cases this can be
as bad or worse than death.
It's sad that times otf celebration
and enjoyment must be accompan-
ied by the macabre, but it is.
We would especially urge that
YOU take extra special care thru
the week end and be here Monday
to enjoy a few more years of' life.

And now the Supreme Court says
that industry cannot question the
integrity or loyalty of personnel.
Now, isn't that a pretty howdy
do? This sort of thing will just al-
low the Communists a free ticket
to infiltrate all our industry and
do their dirty work with no hin-
drance. Of course they can be
caught after they have been dis-
covered, but by that time the cat
will be out of the bag, such as in
the case of Klaus Fuchs.
One bright side of the picture
though, is the fact that if the Su-
preme Court keeps up the good
work, they will eventually save us
untold amounts of dollars in taxes.
After all, with the Sjupreme Court.
running the country, why bother,
with the expense of a President,
Cabinet or Congress. They're "old
hat" now. Just a victim of the
qu-ickening of the times.

The County Commisson 1is think-
. ing of securing voting machInas
for the county -
T, hey propose to put the questionn
*- p for 4 referendum to the people
at the time of voting d the State
Constitutional Anmendments in N'-
vepmber.
Voting amahines iaght be a good
ide,. -'ertatlnly. they would speed
'up-i-th..couintngt of. votes on elec-
tioiN ,a.s. BUt; aols, .they would


L. S. Bissett, Jr., will assume his
duties as president of the Port St.
Joe Rotary Club today (Thursday),*
-with the beginning of the new Ro-
tary fiscal year.
Outgoing president, Wayne Ash-
ley recapped some of the club's ac-
tivities for the year at his last
meeting as president, last Thursday
at the Motel St. Joe. Ashley point-
ed with pride to the Club's record
in public service. Among the pub-
lic service projects of the ciub are
the sponsorship of Boy and Cub
Scout Troops in Port St. Joe, spon-
sorship of a Little Boys Baseball
team, presentation of the annual
Rotary Trophy -for the outstanding
boy and girl graduates from Port
St. Joe High Sebool and sponsor-
ship of the Chiib-i-Thnual vi ;Tfromu
Santa Claus at Christmas time.
Ashley reported that the Club
now had a membership.of 31 with


take:-tli-;- excitement out of the an average attendance throughout
couatt-the'waiting.to see wh.. winI the year of 83%.
-trying. to second-guess how this
box and that box will change the Ashley thanked his committee-
outcome. All the nostalgia of the men for the year and especially
count will be gone. Ithe program' chairman B. B. Scis-
But then, machines have taken son who provided a program for
over many of the time-consuming every meeting of the year with the
activities of man. Everything from exception of two meetings. Ashley
milking the cow to. opening a can. pointed out that programs had been
* Machines are truly revolutionizing arranged for these two meetings
our world today. but circumstances prevented the
-But, with machines, comes a program from attending.
mean little old word called "cost". 'Other officers elected for the
Our opinion as to whether the year, besides the president are,
county should go Into the voting Wayne Ashley, Vice-President; B.
machine business pr not will rest Roy Gibson, Jr., Secretary; Chaun-
on just how much. these machines coy L. Costin, Treasurer and Jim-
-will cost. my Greer, Sergeant-at-Arms.
New directors elected to serve


iOur hat is doffed to Judge W.
Troy Hall of Tavares.
Judge Hall had several youthful
offenders hauled before him in ju-
venile court for ,various offenses,
all o-them first time offenders.
He imposed one of the wisest
sentences we have ever heard of.
The sentence?
The Judge required the offend-
ers and their parents to appear in
court. He furnished a, four inch
trap and ordered the parent of
each offender to begin paddling
his child until he signalled with 4
-rap of his- gavel that the youth had
been justly punshe1.4.
Old fashioned, but we believe it
will prove to be most effective.
Possibly had the sentence been
passed on occasion before the
youths were hauled into court the
Judge could have gone fishing the
day he had to try these youths.

Man Suffers Stroke

By Roadside Thursday

Neal Ridhards was'discovered be-
side Highway 71 near the Allied
Chemical Company road Thurs-
day afternoon suffering from a
stroke. He was taken to the Mu-
nicipal Hospital where he died
Friday.
Richards was a painter, passing
through Port St. 'Joe on his way
,to Pensacola. He had obtained two
weeks work here with H. F. Barbee,
local painting contractor, to earn
money to complete his journey.
He had e"let Barbee's employment
the week before.


Little Boys League All Star




Games Slated for July 4


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leadership of the Port St. Joe Rotary Club today. The officers, from left to right are: Jimmy
Greer, Sergeant-at-Arms; L. E. Bissett, President; Wayne Ashley, Vice-President and Chaun-
cey L. Costing, Treasurer. Secretary B. Roy Gibson, Jr., was not present when the picture was
made. (Star photo)


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The


) Lions Will Install ,am
will hb
New Officers 6 at 8:
All %
New officers will be installed by the se<
the Port St. Joe Lions Club at their to be t
regular meeting Tuesday night. are to
-Officers to take office on Tues- restrict
day night will be Billy Fleming, ent's c
president; Bernard Pridgeon, first Ther
*v ,ce-president; Leonard Belin, sec- and stu
ond vice-president; Sam Johnson, ed wor
third vice-president; Joe Stevens, of a cr
-secretary-treasurer; Warren Pare-. ed by
seau, tail twister and Henry Camp- price o
bell, lion tamer, through
The Lions ha% changed their school
n,-eting tinmi and place. Thc- CluL Stude
r- '. meets every first and 'third three w
Tuesday at noon at the City Res- Johnny
taurant. Nelson
S (. ert Sew
Called To Bedside Willian
Studio
-Mrs. Hubert Brinson was called 1958 di
t-;. the 'bedside of her moeaer. Mrs. is fur
A. N. Hescer at Tall'ahajss)e Memor- Chevro:
ial Hospital last Wednesday. Mrs. and thi
Hescer fell and broke her hip. kindness


Moose Team Takes Lead


ver Education

Second Period

second three week period of
mmer driver education pro-
at Port St. Joe High School
begin Monday morning, July
00 p.m.
students that signed up for
cond three weeks are urged
here. The only requirements
be old enough to obtain a
ted license and your pai-
onsent.
e is nocost for the course
[dents completing the requir-
-k will be granted one half
edit. The program is finane-
the additloial- 25c pn .the
of driver's license, hot -only
h the summer but during the
year al-o.
ets. ctppo]ting the first.
weeks were Bernie'Buzzett,
Chafin, Kenneth Evans,
Hall, Courtney Martin, Rob-
rell, LaRue. Tillman and Bo
is.
cents will learn to drive a
ual control Chevrolet which
wished courtesy of Floyd
let Company. The students
e instructors appreciate the
ss of Calvin Floyd for mak-


In Babe Ruth


League; Championship Still Anybody's


By STEVE WHEALTON
Last Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
the Babe Ruth teams saw action.
On Tuesday, the Moose defeateI
the Lions as Jerry Wood pitched
no-hit ball in relief of George Gain-


George Tapper, Leroy Bowdoin, nie, who was tagged for five hits
G, hno, Tp. ,Lr O,,m. and two runs in the first inning.


tland U auncey ULostinU. Old directors LUi
serving out their remaining year
of office are Wayne Ashley, Gard-
ner Underhill and Wayne Hendrix.

n!l I n I


The main factor in the loss for the
Lions was their poor fielding at
crucial moments in the game. Jim
Wilder, the loser, allowed only two
hits.


fest.
On Friday, a team composed of
four members of each Babe Ruth
team traveled to Marianna to tan-
gle with a team of older boys from
Marianna and surrounding area.
These boys formed an American
Junior Legion team in which 16-
year-old boys are permitted to play.
The local team, which had never
,practiced bfeore Friday, lost the
-game to the Marianna team, 13-1.
In the first three innings, Jim Wil-
der, the St. Joe pitcher held the


slow ritchn all Thursday, the Lions came out of unbeaten Marianna team scoreless.
the cellar and pushed the Landcos Later, as Wilder began to tire, the
Gains Populanrity in as they managed to 'come out older boys started hitting, and the
uB I on the long end of a 15-10 score in St. Joe boys never could get start-
-- a hard fought battle which saw ed. The .only hit which the local
Port St. Joe's adult slow-pitch good. hitting by both sides. The win- Babe Ruth team collated was a
softball is fast gaining popularity ner was Tony Maige, who went the single by George Boyer in the fifth
in Port St. Joe. Crowds at the distance. Johnny Ray lost the slug- inning Robbie Costin scored the
games are increasing with each only run.
game. Monday night, the largest On Friday, the last scheduled
crowd of jhe* year gathered to Sea t S p date for league play in the first
watch Cunning-Limp defeat WJOE half of the season, the Moose de-
15 to 12 and Sammy's Auto Repair feated the Gulf team, as Leroy Da-
win out over the Coast Guard, 22-1). rPresentIed Charter vis again came through for the
Friday night, WJOE defeated --- Moose team. The final score was
Sammy's Auto Repair. Sea Scout Ship 300 received its 9-5. Joe Whaley was the loser. Le-
Tonight Sammy's and Cunning- charter Tuesday night from the roy Davis won for the Moose team,
ham-Limp will tangle in the opener sponsoring organization, the Port which has built up a one-game
at 7:30 and the Coast Guard and, St. Joe Kiwanis Club. lead over the second place Lions.
league leading WJOE will play in The Charter was presented by LEAGUE STANDINGS
the second game at 8:45. There is Kiwanis president, Dr. Joe Hendrix W L Pct.
no admission charge to the games, to the Sea Scout Ship Skipper, Moose 6 4 .600
STANDINGS !Harold Odom. The charter was pre- Lions 5 5 .500
W L sented at a -barbecue that the Ki- Landoos ----__- 5 6 .455
WJOE 4 1 wanis Club gave for the Ship and Gulf 4 5 .444
Cunningham-Limp ----.... 2 2 fathers of the members. There will be more games in
Sammy's Auto Repair.--- -- 2 34 Skipper Odum told the Kiwat's this half of the season, because of
Coast Guard 1 4 Club that the Ship was now just rained out contests, which must be
about fully organized and were be. played. As it stands now, the Lions
Visiting In Arkansas. ginning some of the work that the and the Gulfs could, possibly win
(Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lyons and Ship was to accomplish. He report- the season, as of course, the Moose
children are visiting with relatives ed that he had secured a -sailboat can. The Landcos, however, can
in Nashville, Arkansas. recently for the Ship's use. only hope for a tie.
y" The Kiwanis Club honored the Next week, the batting averages
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Ship at the Centennial Building won-lost records of the pitchers,
Tuesday with a chicken 'barbecue and the final standings for each
Send The STAR To A Friend supper, team will be published.


County Hires'Hiil for Veterans' Officer;

Will Ask Approval of Vote Machines


John W. Lovett of Port St. Joe
and 14 veterans presented a 183-
name petition to the County Board
last Tuesday night, at the Board's
* second regular monthly meeting.
The petition requested the Board

. to appoint Rev. J. J. Hill' of Port
!St. Joe as the County Service Offi-
cer. The Port St. Joe American
Legion offered to furnish the office
equipment to the appointee, if the
Board appointed him.
-Commissioner Croxton made the
motion to hire Rev. Hill and Comn-


missioner Tharpe seconded. All
voted for the motion except Com-
missioner Strickland, who abstain-
ed.
Hill's salary will be $25.00 per
month.
In April, the Board had hired H.
F. Ayers of Port -St.. Joe as County-
Service Officer at the same salary.
On Tuesday, June .9, the Board in-
terrupted Ayers' contract when it
learned that the Service Officer
was required to be a veteran who
had served during time of war.
Ayers recommended Hill to the
Board on that date.
DRAINAGE REQUESTED
In other business the Board
heard a delegation of four Long
Avenue residents inquire why the
Commission has done nothing
about the drainage problem on
Long Avenue between 16th and
18th streets. The original request
for this project was made to the
City of Port St. Joe. The City pas-
sed it on to the County for request
ta the State ERqad\ Department to


Recreation To Feature

Trip To Lake Mystic

The summer recreation program
for Port St. Joe high school -stud-
ents will feature a trip to Lake


do the work, since Long Avenue
was to receive certain considera-
tions by the State for its use as
a detour during the construction
of the present Highway 98 and
Monument Avenue.
The State will 'do the drainage
work at some future date, if the
County Board, submits a resolution
to that effect. But to do so now
will mean that some street pav-
'ing, included in an earlier resolu-
tion will have to be knocked out.
The Board is hesitating to do this.
Another point is that the drainage
project is officially still a city pro-
jest, and Port St. Joe city officials
l ave Lot requested the County
Board to take it over.
VOTING MACHINES
The County Board has decided
to hold a referendum election to
ask the people if they want to have
voting machines. The referendum
will probably be held at the same
time as the special Constitutional
referendum scheduled for Novem-
ber 3, 1959, on the same ballot, if
possible, and, if not possible, then
on a special ballot.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business, the county ac-
cepted a right-of-way for the Jones
Homestead Road from the Port St.
Joe Docking and Terminal. Railway.
The Board still needs the right of
way from the St. Joseph Land and
Development Company before the
road in question can be constructed.
The Board agreed to clear 66 feet
of land at the rear of Jehu Ceme-
tery, at request ;f the cemetery
officials.
Sheriff Byrd E. Parker advised
the Board that as of May 16, James
Barfield was hired as a Gulf Coun-
ty deputy sheriff.I

Want Ads Get Result i


Free Prizes At

Both Games

Port St. Joe's annual Little Boys
Baseball League all-star game will
be played on July 4 w.ah teams
from both the Americaa and the
National League participating.
The games will be played at 4:00
p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Saturday after- *
noon.
The opening game will be play-
ed by the National League all-stars
and the league leading Ford-Pon-
tiac team.
Making up the all-star team are:
-Danny Wilson, Ricky Godfrey,
Buddy Smith and 'Mike White of
the IGA team; Johnnie Richter,
Wayne O'Brian, Forest Van Camp,
and Johnnie Rogers of the Sharks;
Bobby Hooper, Gil Shealy, Charles
Zimmerman and Rex Buzzett of
the Rotary team and Lonnie Bell,
Peter Fox,. Bob Craig and Randy
Weston of the Krafties.
In the American League game at
8:00 p.m. the league leading Sock-
eys will meet an all-star team com-
posed of: Troy Hall, Robin Brown.
Thomas Wright and Billy Antley of
-the Dozers; James Keels, Bif Clark,
Larry Richter and Ted Whitfield of.
the Gators; Jimmy Burns, Othed
Tucker, Herbert Smith and Jerome
Barnes of the Boxers and Rod -Bow-
doin, George Kil-bourn, Billy Coop-
er and Paul Pierce of the Hard
Stars.
Prizes will be given away at th9
end of each -game. These prizes,:
will be given by ticket drawing. 'At ,
each prize drawing a rod and reel, *
camp light, ice chest and transistor
radio will be given away.
At the end of eacb League game
the all-star team to represent each
league will be announcedd' These
teams, will play a best 'two ,out of
three, series :on July 16, 17 and, 18.
The winner of this play-off will. rep-
resent Port -St. Joe in the -'Little;--'
Boys League tournament to be held
in Pensacola.


Mystic next week. A bus will leave
the high school gymnasium at 9:00 City 'Has Representative Learn of
a.m. Thursday, July 9 for the Li-
berty County recreation area. The Method for Evacuating Hospital
E:00 p.m.
Students who wish to make thih to make this Representatives of the Municipal beating panic when fire breaks out
outing must sign up in the gym Hospital of Port St. Joe attended by instilling confidence in the peg-
office by Wednesday afternoon' at a one-day institute on June 26 on ple chargedwith coping with the
4:30 p.m. hospital patient evacuation and
Each student -must bring a pic- fire control held at the VA Domi- emergency situation.
nic lunch and pay his way into ciliary, Thomasville, Georgia. Lt. Robert McGrath, 25-year vet-
the swimming area. Transportation Lt. Robert McGrath, outstanding eran of the Chicago Fire Depart-
will be furnished free by the Gulf fire fighter and lecturer from Chi- ment, is a nationally recognized
County Board of Public Instruction. cago Fire Department, conducted expert in fire fighting and rescue
Badminton has captured the fan- the course, operations. He has been engaged
cy of the students participating in Attending the institute from by the VA to conduct 23 institutes
the recreation program. Many play- Port St. Joe was -City Commission- located in a cross-section of the
ers are developing the skills neces- 'er R. H. Ellzey. nation of which this Is the last.
ar +rto nla thAa name Close a fla and h -- -i -


exciting games are played daily by
the enthusiastic players.
A badminton tournament will be
held beginning Monday, July 6 at
the gymnasium. Freddie Bowdoin
has been seeded number one; Rod-
ney Spaulding, number two; Larry
Davis, number three and Jimmy
Stephens, number four for the tour-
nament. Other entrants include
Wayne Stephens, Chesley_ Fensom7_
James Gibson, Pat McFarland,
Johnny Price, James Kennedy, Don
Young, Johnny Ray, Bo Williams,
Leon Hobbs, Jimmy Goodman and
Courtney Martin.
A doubles tournament will be
held with Freddie Bowdoin and
Chesley Fensom seeded the num-
ber one team and Larry Davis and
Jimmy Stephens the number two
team.
Many upsets are anticipated as
the players are closely grouped ac-
cording to ability.
A bus runs to Wayside Park for
thbse students interested in swim-
ming each Tuesday and Thursday
afternoons at 2:00 p.m. and return
at 4:30 p.m. You are invited to
avail yourselves of this opportun-
ity for an invigorating swim.

ing this car available.
The Driver Education class
would like to remind you to drive
especially careful over this holiday
week end. Slow down and live, obey
the rules of the road and become
a courteous driver, not a casualty.


during one demonstration the
audience was amazed to witness
a little nurse pick 'up Lt. McGrath
from a prone position on a bed,
carry him about the stage and
lay him down on the floor without
once losing her'balance. What is
more interest g, the nurse weighs
about 100 unds and the Lieuten-
ant we s 205 pounds.
er being schooled in the lat-
est techniques on fire fighting and
life saving, Ellzey will instruct
personnel of the Municipal Hospital
on reducing fire hazards and com-


About 600 key personnel of hos-
pitals, institutions and military or-
ganizations witnessed live demon-
strations showing the different me-
thods of extinguishing fire with
blankets, sheets, paper and CO2
extinguishers.
Live models were used to dem-
onstrate the techniques of moving
and carrying patients in emergency
situations.
Lt. McGrath concentrates on
what to do when fire starts and
what to do before fire-fighting
equipment arrives.


BEATNIKS--A group of Port S:t Joe High School band stu-
dents are shown above in a musical group they have formed
"to play for kicks". They call themselves the "Beatniks".
From left to right are Steve Whealton, alto sax; Richard
Thompson, clarinet; Bob Kerrigan, traps; Clyde Farmer,
trumpet and Rodney Spaulding, trombone.


NUMBER 40


L. S. Bissett Will Take Over Presidency

Of Port St, Joe Retary Club Today


for two -vears are Lawrence Bisseatt,


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THE STAR
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By The Star Publishing Company
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Florida, under Act of March S. 1879.
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do not hold th elves liable for danfire fther than amount received for such
advertisement. /
The spoken word Is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces
The spoken word Is lost: the printed word remains.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1959



Goin' Places...

'SANTA BARABAR, Calif.-Leav- the word several times to attract
ing Chula Vista after a week's visit my attention. However, I finally got
with Mrs. Sue Owens, who almost it through my thick skull that I
made gibbering idiots of us with really WAS a grandpa.
her driving through the heavy traf- During our stay I rode down to
fic, in and around San Diego, we San Pedro with Ralph to deliver
spent another week with our an eight-ton load of eggs, passing
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. through Los Angeles on the way
'Ralph Goetz and three children, at We have all been reading about


the Angels". Jh W n s Cd
The traffic was unbelievable- Jehovah Witnesses Are Concerned Over
care practically bumper to bumper .
racing alouig in four and, five lanes eNR a O f Re gIgous Rights 1n Argentina
at 60 miles an hour, and if you
-didn't know where you were head-
'ed it was just too bad Myrtice Jehovah's Witnes: s cf -P.rt St. ian group's activities.
and I discovered this when we Joe learned June 2, from R. L. I Paterson said that in spite of
started out from Chino bound for Patterson, presiding minister of the many liberal advancements made
this city. We kept to the right out- Apalachicola congregation, that Je- by the present Argentine govern-
side lane, since I am not a fast 'hovah's Witnesses in Argentina ment that ousted the dictatorial
driver in traffic, and near the con- have been denied their constitu- Per6n regime, a fe wnon-Catholic
ter-of the city our lane had a sign: tional rights of free assembly and religious groups that were declared
"All Traffic In This Lane Must worship. A vote of protest was tak- illegal by Peron have yet to be
Turn Right".. We couldn't cut back en and plans discussed to petition recognized by Argentina's constitu-
into the lane to our left, so we end- the Argentine Republic to correct tional president, Arturo Frondizi.
ed up at the railroad station. How- the restrictions laid on the Christ- According to Paterson, two dif-
ever, we managed to get back on ferent applications for recognition
the freeway and eventually got out 'also spent a few days on the river 'were denied by the "Ministry of
of the city. ia' the' Dawson Camp. Worship", a department of the gov-
We stopped overnight at Buellton I Jimmie Burns attended the fun- ernment formed by Peron to con-
and while we were there an ICBM eral of his aunt in Pens 'nla trol the registry of all non-Catholic
went over, fired from Vandenberg Tuesday. religions in the country. Further-
Field near Santa Maria. The mis- more, two futile appeals have been
sile, we learned, carired four mice, PARTY made to the present government to
but it failed to go into orbit. Mr. and Mrs .Ray Jolley houo 'ad rescind the order denying Jehovah's
Santa Barbara, where I was born their daughter, Sandy, with a party Witnesses the right to register. The
and raised, like most all communi- on her fourth birthday Wednesday latest appeal was made following
ties in California, had expanded afternoon at their home. Refreafh- a new decree signed by Frondizi'
enormously, and I was hard put to ments of cake and punch were ser- on February 6, 1959, giving non-


even locate the old mission. We did,
however, and made a tour through
the old building, much to the de-
light of Myrtice.
We will leave here and continue
our journey up the state with our


Chino. the smog in that city, but it's some- next goal the huge redwoods in
This young couple operate an thing else again to SEE it. Actually Sequoia National Park.
eggery and have 33,000 laying hens at times I coul dsee ahead only a -i-
on the premises that average 2,000 'block or so, and as we neared the NEWS FROM
dczen eggs daily-and it required, city Ralph rolled up the windows
five days before I could get some' on the cab of the truck to keep out OAK GROVE
boiled eggs, which I dearly love.; the smog. However, it seeped in
It took me a considerable time, to' despite this precaution and I was By Nlta Jolly and Vi Harrison
get used to .b.eiig called "Grandpa" continually wiping away the tears ..PHONE 7-7013
oft a i. fl4"* h 103 1. i l.M.L L LU j JO WO J4 lIn l t --


and at fmes the kids had to repeat as we passed through this Gity o
migr

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s 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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Hours, 9 to 3:30, Noon Wed. and Sat.


Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Gardner and
_ children spent the, week end in
i Bagdad visiting with 'Mr. Gardner's.
mother.
Mrs. Herman Stripling spent
Thursday in Vernon visiting with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Creamer have
Returned home after a week's visit
in Lexington Park, Maryland ,vith
their son, Edward. The 'Crea:aers
;made the trip with their daughter
! 'and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. ElUEon
_!of Perry. While there the party
toured Washington, D. C.
Mrs W. C. Wilson visited with
her father, Amon Adkison in Vor-
non. 'Miss $haron Wilson is visit-
ing for two weeks in Vernon with
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Williams of
'Clewiston were the guests of her
brother, Joel Lovett last week.
; Mrs. T. ,C. Meyers 'and chilroen
have returned to their home in
Jacksonville after a three w.ak's
visit with 'her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs.
Buck Dormany.
Mrs. Martha Brock, mother if
Mrs. Jessie Hallman is a patient
in the 'Municipal Hospital. Mrs.
'Brock's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Waldron of Clearwater visited here
over the week end.
The Joel Lovetts have returned
from their vacation. They visited
in Norman Park, Ga. with Mr.s. Lov-
'ett's uncle, P. G. Lovett, and in
Vernon with Mr. Lovett's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lewis. They


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Owners, $119,000.00 Earned Profit for first half of 1959


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December 31st


CITIZENS FEDERAL has an attractive and useful gift for additions to
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CITIZENS' FEDERAL solicits your Savings Account, Savings Earnings rate 3/2% per
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Citizens L federal attings
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ved after several games had oean
played. Favors of party whistles,
suckers, bubble gum and ballours
were also presented to the guests.
Those attending were: Wyvonne
Griffin, Charlotte Wilson, De De
Harper, Cynthia Butts, Craig Da-
vis, Kenny Pippin, Jerry Padgett,
Fran Ellis, Ricky Williams, Linda
Bass, Michael Leavell, Sherry
iQampbellQ, Terry Lov\ett, Warreni
Yeager, Jackie Ard, Frankie and
Rickey Newton. Those sending
gifts 'but unable to attend were:
Debbie Burns, 'Ricky Padgett and
Steve Davis.


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nished. On Indian Pass Beach.
Formerly J. 0. Anderson cot-
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See
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Catholic religions full right to wor-
ship God as guaranteed by Article
14 of the Argentine Constitution.
Paterson sad ithe more than 6,000
Jehovah's Witnesses in Argentina
began circulation of a petition ad-
dressed to the president of the Ar-
gentine Republic requesting recog-
nition under the new; liberal pro-
vision of his government. The
neighboring countries of Bolivia,
Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay are
circulating similar petitions to ac-
quaint the people of those coun-
tries, as well as Frondizi, with the
condition that exists in Argentina.

Visits In Chipley
MrS. ,Oliver D. Strickland and
son, Alan Daryal, spent the past
week end in Chipley visiting her
parents,. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Sowell.
Mrs. Sowell and Mrs. Strickland's
brother, George D. Sowell who is
stationed in San Diego in the Navy
and home on 30 days leave, return-
ed to Port St. Joe with Mrs. Strick-
land and son for a few days visit
and were joined later-by Mr. Sowell
and brothers James Rex and Aub-
rey Gene.


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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:80 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.

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Measure dry ingredients into a shortening can, tape the top in place
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season employment peak" was the
cause of the May dip. He noted that
total figures for the third straight
month showed 8.2 per cent. above
the year-ago month.


ON YOUR -
METAL!
--- By Ann Albright
With the J'outdoor dining
season at hand, it's interesting
to note how many women are
bringing elegance to the out-
door table. Even if it's right
in your own back yard, your
table can look lovely and still
provide an "easy-on-the-hos-
'tess" way to entertain guests
or to serve your own family
on warm 'days.
Try bringing your colorful
solid' copper or brass acces-
sories: into the open, for ex-
ample. A chafing dish made of
one of these metals, or of
copper and brass combined,
highlights a table with real
elegance. It can cook or warm
many dishes right on the spot.
Hot and Cold
Rectangular copper warmers,
heated by small alcohol burn-
ers, are also available. For
those who want a hot drink,
a brass coffee maker atop this
fixture fills the bill, both as to
smart appearance and excel-
lence of brew!
Tall carafes of gleaming
copper or .brass add further,
brightness to your outdoor
setting, and are most useful in
keeping cold drinks cold.
Many other accessories' of
these shining metals can also,
be used to make the simplest
outdoor meal a real party--
everything from hurricane
lamps to insulating jackets for
glasses.


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And in addition, total unemploy-
ment, at 61,800 in May, stood 3,100
less than in April, and 19-800, or
24.3 per cent below May last year,
Vocelle added.
Almost all Industries shared In
the May slowdown, except construe-
tion and government. Government
showed a 200 increase to 206,900.
Contract construction took a nice
spurt of 4,700 up to 131,000, as
more favorable weather- in most
parts of the state spurred building
activities.
Biggest employment drop was in
service industries which trimmed
16,500 seasonal workers from their
payrolls. Hotel employment alone
dropped 10,600.
Trade showed 9,100 fewer work-
ers in May than in April and manu-
facturing let go 4,100, mostly in
the nondurable group of citrus can-
ning and preserving plants as the
citrus season neared the closing
point. However, manufacturing's
10.6 per cent gain over the year-ago
level was the largest precentage-
wise of all major industry groups.
Manufacturing has continued to
increase its share of total non-
farm workers, to stand now at 15.5
per cent of all such workers, com-
partd to 14.0 per cent in May of
1950. Vocelle said "This is signifi-
cant in that Florida's economy in
the past has been based mainly on
tourist-centered and agricultural
employment."
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RainS O orest Pope says during recent months
there have been nine lightning fires
Fires To Minimum reported. This compares with four
for the same period in 1958.
County Dispatcher of the Florida The Forest Service offered its
thanks this week to Odis Davis of
Forest Service reports that since Wewahitchka for reporting ga light-
rains have been prevalent in Gulf ning fire in the Morgan pasture.
County, wild fires have been held Pope pointed out that clouds many
Down. With the coming of rains, times prohibit tower observation of
however, another fire hazard is such fires and urges the continued
present to burn forests-lightning cooperation of citizens in detect-



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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
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Traffic Deaths

F s t w I TALLAHASSEE The Florida
Lof". O Highway Patrol this week predict-
zi e.ed nine persons will die in highway

.Attest:
George Y. Core Geo. W. Cooper
SClerk Chairman

LEGAL AD'fERTISING
PUBLIC NOTICE
OF CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE I'S HEREBY GIVEN
that at a special meeting of the
City Commission of the City of
Port St. Joe to be held at 4:30
o'clock P.M. on the 14th day of
AJuly, 1959, all interested pe rsons
-V.' Ba may appear and file written objec-
o uyt tons to thea onfirmati, 1 of the
S. a, ing to the assessment for improve-
ments consisting of the installation
of a sewerage collection systn in n
o. N; .k ,ton. "Spr.nial Assessment DI trict No.
--. oJ. S ernt n e. ot yC is e 4", City of Port St. Joe, described
as follows: Block 112, Block 113,
,..Block 114, Block 115, Block 1i6,
A Block. 117, Block 118, Block 119,
If the kids on your street are like most well- living things and keeps them in the healthy out- Block 120, Lots 7 to 12 inc. in
adjusted, active youngsters,, they may run a bit of-doors. Block 111, Lots 6 to 9 inc. in Block
wild as the weather warms-nothing to worry With just a few tricks, you can' help focus 70, and Lot 8 in Block 71
tbout, really, but just a bit too disorganized for the kids' attention on gardening. Remember, they Commencing Ot the NE corner
aomfopt. One way to simer them down and need to see quick results to keep interested; so of Lot 7 in Block 11, thence along
direct their energies into constructive channels seed-bed, as well as seed packets of Uast-growin the Western R/W line of Palm Bou
'a to start them out on gardening. You'll have ann ual-flo wers-and vegetables, who h they n levard in a Northerly direction for
tun getting their, org tized, because you'll be sow intermittently, That way their garden will a distanceof 350' to theSuth boun
gardening yourself. be in continuous development. Label rows of dary line of 20th Street, thence
Droup gardening ,gives many benefits to chil- flowers with their individual names and scratch Westerly along the South R/t
Iren. It helps them learn to work well together, their initials on growing vegetables, so that line of 20th Street for a distance
it teaches them as much patience as their youth every child will have a personal stake in the of 345' to the East R/W line of
:an tolerate. It s ivp.e them new knowledge of uroient. Monument Avenue, thence In a
ay Southerly direction along the East
iR/W line of Monument Avenue,
OINUTES OF THE with 183 signatures requesting the After discussion, the Board instruct- for a distance of 360' to the NW
Board to employ Rev. J. J. Hill ed its Engineer to contcat the State corner of Lot 1 in Block 117, thenc-
COUNTY COMMISSION aus County Service Officer for Gulf Road Department with reference Easterly along the Northern boun
County. Mr. Lovett told the Board to this project. dary line of Lots 1, 3, 4, 5, and 7
why the veterans in Gulf County A discussion was had with refer- in Block 119 to the point of begin.
Wgwahitchka, Florida. needed a Veteran's Service Officer ence to the County purchasing vot- ning.
June 28, 1959, and then told that Mr. Hill was well ing machines, after which, Comr Commencing at the NE corner of
The Board of County Commis qualified for the office. A letter missioner Harden made a motion Block 117, thence in a Norther!y
sloners of Gulf County, Florida, met from the American Legion Auxil- to have a referendum election to *direction along the West R/W line
this date in regular session with iary, Port-St. Joe, Florida, informs determine whether or not the elec- o Mimosa Avenue to the South
thie following members present: the Board that said Auxiliary and tors'of Gulf County wants the Coun. R/W line of 20th Street to th5 East
George W. Cooper, Chairman, 1E. the Willis V. Rowan; Post 116 of ty to purchase voting machines, R/W line of duPont Drive, thence
Q. IHarde., Sr., A. J. Strickland. Port St. Joe has unanimously en-' the election to be held at the same in a Southeasterly direction along
Coleman W. Tharpe and G. S. Crox- dorsed Rev. J. J. Hill for Veteran's time the County is required to hold the East R/W line of duPont Drive
ion. The Clerk, Attorney, Engineer officer. After discussion, there was the Special Constitution election to the NW corner of Block 117 for
and Road Superintendent were a1lso a motion by Comnmissioner Croxton on November 3, 1959. Motion sec- a distance of 400', thence in a
pr@seTnt, seconded by Commissioner Tharpe onded by Commissioner Tharpe Northeasterly direction along the
The meeting came to order at to employ Rev. J. J. Hill as County and unanimously carried. North boundary line of Block 117
6:00 p.m. Veterans' officer at a salary of The following plats were presmnt- for a distance of 240' to the point
The Sheriff notified the Boar1 $25.00 per month; salary to begin ed, examined, approved, accepted of beginning.
that he appointed Jimmie Barfiald June 1, 1959, and to have establish- and ordered filed, to-wit: CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
as deputy sheriff on May 16, 1959. ed office hours in Port St. Joe and' 1. Surfside Estates, Unit 1. 2. By R.-W. HENDERSON,
The Jehp Cemetery officials re- Wewahitchka. Upon vote the fol- Surfaide Estates, Unit 2. City Clerk. 2t-7-2
quested the County to push a few lowing voted, AYE: Croxton, Har- The Board voted to pay expenses X
stumps off a portion, of the Ceme- den, Tharpe and the Chairman, up to $25.00 for Bertha Miller to IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
tery grounds. After discussion the Mr, Benton Haim and Mr. Leslie attend the Tumor Clinic in Talla- COURT, GULF COUNTY,
Board said that this work w luld be D. Nichols appeared before the hassee, Florida. FLORIDA.
done as soon as possible. Board to-discuss the drainage prob- The Board discussed road prob- IN PROBATE.
The Board -accepted a right of lem along Long Avenue from 16th lems in Meek's Subdivision, White In Re: Estate of
way deed from the Port St. Joe to 18th Streets in.the City of Port City and the Wetappo Road. J. F. MILLER,
Dock and 'Terminal Railway Com- S.t. Joe. The Bbard told that it has 'Commissioner. Strickland told deceased.
pany, said deed covering right of requested the State Road Depart- the Board that Idus Glass is in deceased.
way on the New Jones Homestead meant to do tlhe necessary work to need of medical attention but be- NOTICE OR ENTRY OF ORDER
road in Section 24, TSS, R11W- relieve the drainage problem but fore, a recommendation is made to OF ADMINISTRATION
,Said deed to be recorded in Deed nothing has, been 'done by said de- the Board, he will have to consult UNNECESSARY
Book 35,.page 529. apartment; that said Department Dr. H. B. Canning to determine All persons having -laims or de-
Mr. John N. Lovet e ap d 1b Gulf did inform the Board that if the what treatment Mr. Glass requires: mands against the estate of J. F.
County veterans appeared betre ~Count wanted this work done by There being no further business Miller the above-named decedent,
the Board, with Mr. 'Lovett as secondary road funds, a resolution to come before the Board, the meet- are hereby notified that an order
spokesman and presented a petition would be required from the Board. ing did then adjourn. of administration unnecessary has
been entered by the Honorable
Sam P. Husband, County Judge;
that the total cash value of said
estate is $835.00; that the names
and addresses of those to whom
said estate has been assigned by'
such order is as follows: Mrs. Mol-
li'e Estelle Miller. White( City. Flor-


crashes over the July 4th holiday
week end this year.
. The 1959 holiday is 24 hours
shorter than last year's when 13
died on Florida highways.
This year's begins at 6:00 p.m.
Friday, July 3, and lasts through
Sunday, July 5, midnight.
With a warning that "Our high-
ways will be crowded to capacity
every minute of the long week end",
Comdr. H. N. Kirkman urged peo-
ple to take their time.
"Unless we all drive to stay
alive," said Kirkman, "our predic-
tion could go all wrong and there
is no telling just how many might
lose their lives in traffic crashes."
Florida's traffic death toll is run-
ning a little behind this time last
year, which could mean even a
brighter picture during the Indepen-
dence Day week end.
However, Momdr. Kirkman said
that there is no reason for any
"optimism or a slackening -of our
all-out effort to hold the. line"
against highway death, injury and
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I:'LP FOR STROKE VICTIMS
Ideally the disabled person wh,.
has suffered -a stroke should be
started promptly on the road to re-
habilitation. Unfortunately, how-
ever, there are thousands of persons
who have been disabled for year:
by strokes which occurred Ion.
ago. Many of these people are 1)
ing in beds or sitting helplessly i,
,hairs, unable to get about, unable
:o care for their own simplest
reeds.
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.ave been disabled for months or
'ears as a result of strokes, the
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W;'-.ut, to care for their own blad-
itar and bowel needs, and to per-
o:rm activities of daily living. Some
:an even be taught to do gainful
vork.
The rehabilitation of most per-
ions who have had strokes can be
accomplished with the help of the
family and the family physicians.
Physicians today have the knowl-
tdge and training required to re-
habilitate the majority of patients
r;ho have had strokes.
Some patients may require more
extensive rehabilitagmt facilities.
kn increasing numAer of general
hospitals atid clinics are conducting
otal rehabilitation programs for
uitients who have had strokes or
either disabling conditions. Such
programss are planned by teams of
experts in medicine, surgery, psy-
thiatry, social work, nursing and
vocational rehabilitation."
To determine what rehabilitation
racillfles your community has, con.
sult your physician or local medical
society. It is important to remember
that it is never too late to make
rehabilitation available to persons
who have suffered a stroke.


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CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR RENT: 2 2-bedroom apart-
ments. Unfurnished. 228 7th St.
Call ,7-7761. tfc-6-4
FOR LEASE: Gulf service station.
Apply St. Joe Motor Co.; V. R.
Aifderson, tfc-6-4
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished'
cottages. $45 per month. Ander-
eon Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tfc
FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom hous-
es and two 3-bedroom houses,
unfurnished, at St. Joe Beach. See
I W. Duren or phone 7-3171. All
$50.00 per month each. tfc-4-16
FOR RENT: Apartment. Furnished
for couple. 216 Ninth St. Call J.
F. Daniell, Phone 7-7146: tfe-6-11


PFR RENT: bediO0om unfitfhish-
ed apartment. l19 Woodwatd
Avenue. 645.00 mdhth. Call dend
Halley. Office phone 20550, home
20247, 'allahasseo or P. 0. BoX
3384, M.S.S. Tallahassee, Fla.
WANTED: Saleslady for part time
work. Experience preferred. 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 RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment. Newly decorated.
Close to town. Call Mrs. Hubert
Brinson, Phone 7-5756. 1tc
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house. New
paint -.on inside with bath and
screen porch. Water furnished. $35.
per month. Mrs. Shellhorse, phone
7-3023. tfc-7-2
'FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
See Mrs. Paul Farmer. Phone No.
7-2565. 2tc-7-2
*FOR RENT: 2 bedroom home. Un-
furnished. 1505 Palm Blvd. See
Harry Dowden or Phone 7-2371 af-
ter 5:00 p.m.


FOR SALE

FOR SALE: Three bedroom house,


FOR SALE
8. Some lots left at Cape San blas
Shores Subdivision on St, Joe
Point.
4. Lots at St. Joe Beach. 76X150.
1 block from water. Convenient
terms.
5. Consult us before you build. Con-
struction, financing, everything
arranged for you.
FOR RENT: Building at 408 Reid
Ave. Excellent location.
FOR SALE: 2 cottages at Beacon
Hill. Adjacent to highway.
PRIDGEON AGENCY
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741
GAME BIRDS, Chukar chicks and
eggs. Contact L. C. Carter, Box
242 on St. Joe Beach. I
FOR SALE: Dressing table, maple
finish. $14.00. Mrs. Ralph Rich,
219 Ninth St. BAll 9-1651. Itp
MEXICO BEACH REAL ESTATE
2 bedroom block house, furnished
cypress paneling throughout. Wood
floors, lifetime asbestos roof. $7,-
500.00 total price. Excellent terms
tc right party.
Pargain. 75 x 100 ft. lot, paved
street 500 ft. from beach. $1,000.00
terms to suit.
Gulf Front Lot. Resale $3,000.00,
66x80 ft.
Nice Duplex on US 98, $13,000.00
Good year round income.
CHARLES M. PARKER
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Ph. BAll 9-1121 Port St. Joe, Fla.
Mail address: Mexico Beach Sta.,
Panama City, Florida
Never a drowning from undertow
MEXICO BEACH
25 miles'Southeast of Panama City


block construction on 70 foot cor-
ner lot. Columbus and Americus COMPANION housekeeper or
Ave., St. Joe Beach.. $2,000.00 down. sitting. Day or night. Euna
Ralph Nance, Phone 9-1176. 3tp 'dergrass. 230 Seventh St.


FOR SALE: Two bedroom house
on Jackon St., Oak Grove. In- WANTED: Waitresses. Apply in
quire at 1316 Marvin Avenue after person at City Restaurant. rtfc
5:00 p.m. 4tp-6-25


SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
FOR SALE or RENT: 2 bedroom BufQrd Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
house at White City. Only two quick expert service. tfc-6-2
years old. New paint inside and
out. Contact Jiake Mouchette at F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
Motel St. Joe, phone 9-9991. tfc Isg money aee us for anything
You need In your home. STOP and


FOR SALE:. Personalized rubber
stamps-made to order. 1 day ser-
vice. Phone 7-857,6, Port St. Joe.,
J. A. Blackwell, Box 491. 4tp-4-23


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410 Reid Aye. Phone BAll 7-8171
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SWAP SHOP.
Keys Made While You Wail
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
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 7-7601.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
-St. Joheph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All vlai:-
,ing brothers welcome. Robert L.
Creamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R.
Maige, Secretary.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Thursday nights
8:00 p.m., American Legion Home.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. o0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
Noble Grand: Chris Martin
Secretary: W. H. Weeks
,THERE WILL BE a regular com-
| munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. W11, F&AM every first and
third Thuirsday at 8:00 p.m.


ED McFARLAND, W.M.
'ROY L. BURCH, Sec.
All Master Masons cordially invited


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LOYAL OtBER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
f6urLh St., meeting night every other
Monday.

LEGAL ADVERTISING

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that at a special meeting of the
Attest:
George Y. Core Geo. W. Cooper
Clerk Chairman
City Commission of the City of
Port St. Joe to be held at 4:30
o'clock P.M. on the 14th day of
July, 1959, all interested persons
may appear and file written objec-
tions to the confirmati,-. of the
preliminary assessment roll relat-
ing to the assessment for improve-
ments consisting of the insLtallation
of a sewerage collection syst :n. m
"Special Assessment D'.Atri't No.
4', City of Port St. Joe, described
as follows: Block 112, Bloc \i11%,
Block 114, Block 115, Bluoc 1I6,
Block 117, Block 118, Block 119,
Block 120, Lots 7 to 12 inc. in
Block 110, Lots 9 to 15 inc. in
Block 111, Lots 6 to 9 inc. in Block
70, and Lot 8 in Block 71
Commencing at the NE c .rner
of Lot 7 in,Block 117, thence along
the Westeri R/W line of Palm 3Boon
levard in a Northerly direction for
a distance of 350' to the South boua
dary line of 20th Street, thence
Westerly along the South R/V/
line of 20th Street for a dist nce
of 345' to the East. R/W line of
Monument Avenue, thence in a
Southerly direction along the East
R/W line of Monument Avenue,
for a distance of 360' to the NW
corner of Lot 1 in Block 117, thenc-,
Easterly along the Northern boun
dary line of Lots 1, 3, 4, 5, and 7
in Block 119 to the'point of begin-
ning.
Commencing at the NE corner of
Block 117, thence in a Northerly
direction along the West R/W linE
o Mimosa Avenue to the South
R/W line of 20th Street to thi Eait
R/W line of duPont Drive,-thence
in a'Southeasterly direction along
the East R/W line of duPont Drive
to the NW corner of Block 117 for
a distance of 400', thence in a
Northeasterly direction along the
North boundary line of Block 117
for a distance of 240' tp the point
of beginning.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By R. W. HENDERSON,
City Clerk. 2t-7-2

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
,COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
J. F. MILLER,
deceased.
NOTICE OR ENTRY OF ORDER
OF ADMINISTRATION
UNNECESSARY
All persons having claims or de-
mands against the estate of J. F.
Miller, the above-named decedent,
are hereby notified that an order
of administration unnecessary has
been entered -by the Honorable
Sam P. Husband, County Judge;
that the total cash value of said
estate is $835.00; that the names
and addresses of those to whom
said estate has been assigned by
such order is as follows: Mrs. Mol-
lie Estelle Miller, White City, Flor-
ida.
June 29, 1959--4t
MOLLIE ESTELLE MILLER




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Ford-Pontiac 7
IGA 4
.Sharks 3
Krafties. 3
Rotary 3


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AMERICAN LEAGUE
JUNE 9: Dozers defeated Hard-
Stars (no score available)


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JUNE
JUNE
JUNE
Stars


10: Gators forfeit to Sock-

11: Boxers 21, Dozers 3.
12: Sockeys 11, Hard Stars


Dozers
Boxers
Gators


9, Gators 5.
11, Sockeys 8.
forfeit to Hard


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JUNE 19: Dogers 7, Sockeys 4.
JUNE 19: Boxers defeated Hard-
Stars (no score available).
JUNE 22: Hard Stars defeated Ga-
tors (no score available)
JUNE 23: Sockeys 11, Dozers 7.
JUNE 24: Gators forfeit to Boxers.
JUNE 25: Hard Stars 16, Dozers 15
JUNE 26: Sockeys 4, Boxers 3.
STANDINGS
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Boxers 6 1
Sockeys 5 2
Dozers' 3 4
Hard Stars 2 4
Gators 0 6


Girls Attend Theta

Rho Homecoming

Boggie Kilbourn, -Glynda Burke,
Joan* Coker, Katrina Farris, Gail
Weeks and Norma Hobbs of Melody
Theta Rho Girls Club No. 10, along
with their advisor, Mrs. Flora Long
attended the homecoming of the
state president at Fort Pierce over
the week end.
Btggie Kilbourn and Jeannu.e Cc-
ker 'have been appointed assistant
officers. Glynuda Burke and .Joan
Coker have been appointed aides
for the Theta Rho assembly ,f
Florida to be held July 24 ani 25
in Fort Pierce.
The local club will have the hon-
or of installing the new assembly
officers the night of the 25ta.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pic


THURSDAYo, JULY 2g 1080


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NATIONAL LEAGUE
JUNE 9: IGA 4, Krafties 0
JUNE 10: Ford-Pontiac 10, Sharks
6.
JUNE 11, Rotary forfeit to IGA.
JUNE 12: Ford-Pontiac over Kraf-
ties (no score available).
JUNE 15: IGA forfeit to Sharks.
JUNE 17: Sharks forfeit to IKraf-
ties.,
JUNE 18: Ford-Pontiac 12, IGA 3.
JUNE 19: Krafties 8, Sharks 7.
JUNE 22: Krafties 8, Sharks 7.
JUNE 23: Ford-Pontiac 7, IGA 2.
JUNE 24: Sharks 8, Rotary 7.
JUNE 25: IGA 9, Krafties 7.
JUNE .26: Ford-Pontiac defeated
Rotary (no score available)
STANDINGS


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