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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 23, 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"
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THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1959


JORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


Get Your X-ray

Today, Tomorrow

The Gulf County Health Depart- li
ment and the Gulf County Tubercu- ,
losis and Health Association urges '
that residents of Port St. Joe and
surrounding area get their free
chest X-rays this week end.. The ;
campaign is carried out annually '| I I .S
by these groups to" discover any
cases of tuberculosis that may be
in the area.
The .> will be made by a
portable "- 7 unit of the State
Board ot -'h.
On Thursday, July 23, the unit
will be at the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany from 6:00 to 9:00 a.m. .
Also on the Thursday, the unit
will will be located in Oak Grove
at the Community Sotre from 10:00
to 12:00 a.m. '*--- .
Friday, July 24, -the unit will be
at .the corner of Reid Avenue' and .*'
Fourth Street from 10:00 a.m. to
:100 p.m. and 3:00 to *:00 p.m.
On Saturday, July 25, the unit
will be in Wewahitchka at Britt'S .
Cafe from 10:00 a.m. 1:00 m.
and 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
All the X-rays are free o: e ,
There is no pain anan a .E .- -
ment. All those X-rayed will be n- -A.

County Tuberculosis and 'Health .
Association.


All Bids Rejected



On Building


All bids received as a result of advertisement on May 21,
1959, for construction of a building on thle corner of ,.Monument
Avenue and SecondtStreet, Port-St.. Joe. to be leased-to the Post
Office Department, were rejected according to Chauncey Costin,
Postmaster,.


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by Wkf(t-Y R. RAMSEv-

It's'a good thing that construc-
tion of a additional MunicipalFoS-
pital facilities are so near at 'hand.
The hospital is bursting, at the.
seams. '
If you have had -a patient in that
institution recently you would know
how dramatic-this statement is.
Unfortunately, we.had to-put -our
'.oldest son in the bospita' Satiur-
:.day night for an appendectomy. It
was full then, except for three beds.
By the next morning these-three
beds were also full- Luckfly a pa-
tient is able to go h6iie just be-
fore another 'comes in. But this
luck can't hold forever.
We congratulate the act of "shuf-,
fling" the nursing staff at the hos-:
pital is doing to keeb the patients
happy and comfortable.


Costing stated 'that the Depart-
ment would receive, sealed bids up
to,.and including August 19, 1,959,
~eF .officla'l advertisement potted
oB the bulletin board in the post
office lobby in Port St. Joe, for
-the construction of a building ot
be located on-the corner of Monu-
-ment. Avenue "and Second Street'
and running through to Baltzell
Avenue. ,Said building to be con-
structed ac'oordlig to .plans' and
specifications 'of the DepartmentI
and will be representative of mod-
ern facilities now being erected in
other areas under the'. Post Office
Department.'Lease 'Program.
.The Post Office Department
-holds an assignable land option
from: George ., Tapper Co., Inc., of
Port. St. Joe, under: which opiton
the successful bidder'buys the land
and constructs the building for
lease to the department for a term
of 10 years with tb-o five year .e-
nweable options.
The building will be approximate-
ly 66' x 77 feet and will contain


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Construction in Port St. Joe is in high gear with'-four
ANOTHER STEP MADE commercial construction jobs now under way and' several
FOR HARBOR FUNDS dwellings now under construction.
Pictured above are the commercial buildings now un-
Harry H. Saunders received a der way. Lower left is an addition .to the Long Avenue
telegram last week end from Sen- Baptist Church. The new wing to the church will house
ators Spessard L. Holland and Sunday school classes.
George Smathers that the Sen- Lower right is -a view' of the First Baptist Church audi-
ate 'had passed thepublic works torium, valued at about $110,000.00. Last week contractors
appropriations bill containing .goIn .
funds for local harbor Improve- began laying the brick for the building.
ment. funds. Upper left, is a view of the new Apalachicola Northern
The bill must be approved by Railroad Company office building at the North end of Reid
the House of Representatives and Avenue. Major construction on the outside of the building
President Eisenhower before the'
funds will receive their final ap- I
proval. M l "

55 ontr for Roads ichigan emica
Made In Third District

-Over $168 million in road and Edward Ball Named Member of Group
bridge construction projects were
underway in *.e state during June, T R rn FEC Roilroad Fin ac
according to a monthly progress F
report issued this week. -by Joe -
Grotegut, Chairnlan of the State Edward Ball, Jacksonville financier and trustee for the du-
Road n to the 2,639 Pont estate, Tuesday was nominated by the St. Joe Paper Com-
of projects already under construc- panyas one of the three reorganization managers who will direct
tion, Chairman Grouteg ut said that the development of a-new financial structure for the Florida East.
bids were received for '$1&,523,434 Coast Railway.
in new. construction. During the. The formal nomination,- filed .in
month contracts were awarded for- the office of the clerk of TU. S. Dis- The FEC reorganization plan, as
mally for road construction tptal- trict Court, said- Ball was selected approved by the Interstate Com-
.ing $8,096,426, while work complet- during a meeting oqf the St. Joe merce Commission and by U: S.'
ed and accepted by the Department directors in Jacksonville April 27. District Court in Jacksonville, as-
in the period amounted 'to $9,924,- signs to St. Joe.the right to nom-
326.. r. IUTY DB ADn TO inate one of the three reorganiza-


James JE. Nelson, Jr., of Pensa- V I i IV W IUV
cola, Road Board member from the SKI MEETING
Third District. reortpl tn, t ein+-n lIE~N


T ak e S u nd ay Ba e Ioon for ex- i llir(L .. .. .. .. .. ..or.. .. .na.. ..n -
a ke n ete n fo 4,908 square feet of floor space; struction under 55 contracts in the----
ample. Herbert Broullette, an n- 405' square feet fo platform and. 16 counties comprising this, district There will be no County Com-
any sue. for 'heSart. tacekC. Nm 3,278 square feet of driveway, accounted for $20,369,287 of the mission meeting on July 28 as
ally parking andmaneuvering area n-state total.- the Commission's schedule-calls
hally a eart attack paentnees terestedbiders should con
a private room. None was available -teret b.ddNrs Re nEse for, according to the office of
so a patient had to be moved out officer, Post Office Department, a John Ray Wins1 Ger t Cek of the C.rcit Court,
of one. : P. O0. Box 4786, Atlanta 2, Georgia. Core
'ed ratiIof.the."His telephone number is MU Badminton Tourney Three of the Commsisioners
We commend te ractice of tIl andiCleOnk George Y. Core will
hospital "keeping lhe patients hap- 8-3517, Extension 180. bandCek George Y.. Core will
py as possible. Take the instance -" The badminton tournament spon- be attending the nationaCounty
of our son. Nobody likes totayoat o Pln scored by 'the high school, summer Commissioner's Conventon on
home (#specially at night .any O esIo S ln recreation program'came to,an and this date.
more thAn he does; Butthey_ have last week with two unseeded play
kept him 'happy. And keeping an NOW Industry ers battling for the championship. Babe Ruth All-Stars
11,year old boy happy when -he is Johnny Ray won the tourney in
sick Is anaccomplishment. For Port St Joe the final match with Chesley Fen- Practice for Tourney
He's willing to Stay at the hos.-.Fo r P. or S om by scores of 9-11, 11-9 and -
pital a few more days-if it wasn't .. 12r10. The final match was the Last Tuesday, the Babe Ruth All-
for the shots. He says it's just like Mr. and Mrs. Alex LeGrone Will closest and best played match of Stars met a team of managers and
a vacation. sooei establish the Gulf Coalt Gar- the tournament. The outcome re- former players. This team also used
o .- -* ment Manufacturing .Company here mained in doubt until 'the final oftbaIl players and a few all-stdrs
A high endorsement of our hos- in Port St. Joe. The have been point as both Ray and Fensom were Jim Wilder was, on the mound for
pital -and one that we,. as .a city, residents of Port St. Jod over 20 playing brilliant -badminton. the all-stars, wand Bb hMumiin tossed
can be proud of.. years. Mr. LeGrone has been em- Fensom gained a spot in the fin- orthe managers. The game wasea
T played with Mechanical Contrac- als by defeating third seeded Lar- seesaw battle, and was a bit tighter
Mayor J. L. Sharit says that the tors and Engineers, Inc., of Atlan- ry Davis in the semi-finals by thanbthe final score, 10-3 in favor
plans for the Municipal Hospital ta, Georgia, and will continue his scores of 9-11, 11-9 and 11-4. of the ail-stars, indicates.
are now In Atlainta receiving final employment with that firm but de. Johnny Ray fought his way to In playing this game, the all-
Federal approval. After this, they vote part of his time to the fac- the championship over a field of stars prepared 'fr the District
will be returned to Port S:t Joe for tory here. Mrs. LeGrone will oper- 16 participants. His aggressive Tourney, in Eglin Field, i which
the letting of bids and then con- ate the factory, brand of play impressed his oppo- they will participant, starting Tues-
struetion. The Gulf Coast Garment Manu- nents as well as the spectators, day. The boys, if they should win
This day can't come too soon, as factoring Company will assemble l the Tourney, will participate in the
the extra facilities are sorely need- wearing apparel and at the begin- Return From California Stte meet In Ocala.
ed now. ning will employ approximately 20 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hannon and The meet in Ocalf of their season
women. They .plan -to double the family returned last week from a has been postponed because of the
Guests of ,Voss's capacity within a year or as soon vacation spent in California. all-stars. After it is completed the
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Voss had as as feasible. A -training program for a statistics will be released.
their guests last week Mr. and applicants will be necessary and Visit In Alabama i -..
Mrs:,Barney Summerdille and Mr. further announcements regarding Mrs. 'Paul Blount and son have Vacationing In Mexico
and Mrs. Burl Sprinkler from Bas- this will be made in the near fu- returned home after visiting in Mr. and Mrs. Gannon Buzzett nd
rop, La. ture. Opp, Alabama. family are vacationing in Mexico.


tion managers.
St. Joe holds some 25 million dol-
lars of 'the FEC first refunding
mortgage bonds of which 45 mil-
lion are outstanding. Unde the new
common stock allocation plan- set
up in the reorganization schedule,
the :St Joe company will receive a
majority of the new common stock
and resulting control of the rail-
road.
The nomination is tantamount to
appointment, as the court's order
will be a mere formality because
of the reorganization plan's direc-
tive.
The plan specifies that the three
managers shall include one to rep-
resent St. Joe, one to represent
the minority .bondholders and one


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is virtually completed with the occupying date tentauvely set
for the last of. November. The cost of this building is a little
over $500,000.00.
Upper right, the new office building of Dr. William
Wager begins to rise out of the ground. The foundation and&'
floor for this building .was poured last week with'block and.
brick laying to begin this week.
Also under construction at the present time are 11 new
homes. The S. E. Morris Company, represented locally
by the Pridgeon Agency. are bringing construction on six
new houses on Bellamy Circle. The Wynoko Development
Company of Port St. Joe has begun construction of five
new homes on Long Avenue just South of 18th Street.


I Starts Producing.


Michigan Chemical Corporation announces the start-up
of its new magnesium dxide plant at Port St. Joe. According
to Fred A. DeMaestri, vice president of operations, this is on
schedule. After the essential in-process build-up, finished
products will reach customers early in October.
Augmenting extensively its Michigan magnesia operation
which will continue to produce caustic magnesia and spec-
ialties, the new plant will provide industry with high-purity
chemical and refractory grades of magnesium oxide for use
in manufacturing basic brick and other refractory products,
rubber and neoprene, paper-textiles, insulation and building.
products, ceramics, catalysts, and for many applications in ..,
chemical processes.
The new plant will enable Michigan Chemical Corpora-
tion to serve industry over a wide area with rail, ocean, and
Mississippi barge shipping facilities.


Mitchell Property Sold This Week To

Illinois Man for Sum of $1,991,675.20

One of the biggest land sales in Gulf County history came to
light Monday, July 20, when the legal instrument containing evi-
dence of the sale was placed in the hands of the Clerk. of Court,
George Y. Core, for recording.
Rumors have been circulating Ipany remain in effect.,
since early July that sale of the A. J 3. One-half the oil, gas and min-
S. Mitchell tract, as it is known eral rights relating to the whole
locally, was imminent, but parties property remain the property of
would neither confirm nor deny the Gulf Woodlands Trusts, the seller.
rumors. 4. Agreements with Gulf Naval


According to records on file in
the clerk's office, on July 7, 1959,
49,791.88 acres, more or less, iden-
tified legally as I-ulf Woodland
mV ..njf, -n. nl h,-a Unhrilna A l


to represent U. S. District Court. iIL11U Lt, wa* sU1U s y IvMoieU, Aa.,
Judge Simpson has advised all trustees A. S. Mitchell, M. N.
Interested parties that he intends Vaughn and C. C. Hand to a Ber-
to appoint the managers on July nard Meyer, trustee for Meyer De-
1. dat f ora o h, earin fo co,,, vleopment Trust of Des Plaines,


firmation of the reorganization
plan. He has set July 24 as the fin-
al date to receive nominations for
the post.

NUMBER 2 MACHINE
STARTS UP MONDAY

Harry H. Saunders, Vice-Presi-
dent of the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany announced this week that
the 'number two machine of the
mill will resume operations Mon-
day morning following a mainten-
ance shut-down.
Number one machine went
back into operation last 'Monday.


Illinois.
The purchase figure was $1,991,-
675.20. Of this amount $400,000 has
already been paid. The balance of
$1,591,675.20 is to be paid in 12
equal 'semi-annual installments of
$132;639.60, at a rate of 6% interest
per annum from the date on the de-
clining balance.
Meyer Development Trust now
has title to the near-50,000 acres,
with the following exceptions:
1. Public road rights-of-way and
existing public utility easements
are still in effect.
2. Gas, oil and mineral rights
relative to a paritcular agreement
with C. L. Morgan of Wewahitchka
and with'the St. Joe Paper Com-


Stores, Co., of Andalusia, Alabama,
concerning fat pine stumps and
dead fat pine trees remain in ef-
fect.
The contract of sale also speci-
fies that if for any reason the new
owner does not want any part of
the acreage, Mitchell interests re-
tain right to purchase that acreage
at from $80.00 to $100.00 per acre,
depending on the -location.

Service Officer Sets Schedule
The Gulf County Service officer
will be in Wewahitchkd at the City
Hall each second and fourth Thuras
day between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
to 12:00 noon.
The service officer will assist
any veteran, veterans widow or de-
pndants in any way possible re-
garding veterans benefits.
Between these dates, should an
emergency arise, the service officer
may be reached at Port St. Joe,
phone BAll 7-8681 or writing P. 0.
Box 152, Highland View.


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Americans to protect themselves from a massive ters should include the basic features shown heaf
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Three New Members Are Initiated

Into Melody Theta Rho Girls Club

The officerss, of .Melody Theta Wynn and Sandra Baxley.
Rlo- Girls Club No. 10 initiated It being the beginning of a new
three new members Saturday night term of office, the following offi-
July 1&; in. a candlelight ceremony cera for the ensuing term were in-
that was most impressive. Those stalled: President, Pat McCormick;
initiated were Ann Williams, Joyce Vice-President, Joann Coker; See-




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REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
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rotary, Glynda Burke; Treasurer,
Norma Hobbs; Junior Past Presi-
dent, Jeannie Coker; Warden, Gall
Weeks; Conductor, Dianne Bishop;
Marshall, Boggle Kilbourn; Musi-
clon, Joyce Davis; Right Supporter
to President, Linda Burge; Left
Supporter to President, Margie
Hall.; Left Supporter .to Vice-Pres,
dent, Ann Williams; Right Support-
-re to,.Vice-President, Joyce Wynn;
Chaplain, Lyla ockery; First Her-
ald, Polly Smith; Second Herald,
Katrina Farris; Third Herald,
Judy Simms; Fourth Herald, Mary
Carolyn Lyons; Inside Guardian,
Sandra Baxley; Outside Guardian,
Shirley Wood.
The new president thanked. the
club for the privilege of permitting
'her to become president. She prom-
ised her full cooperation to all the
members, and in turn asakd faor
their support. Her project for the
coming term to be new regalia for
the club officers.
There will be 20 of the local gIrls
along with four chaperones t9. at-
Itend the Theta Rho Assembly of
Florida to be held in Fort Pierce.
on July 24-25.

ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev. G. D. Underhill, Vicar
The Ninth Sunday after Trinity
July 26. 7:30 a.m., Celebration of
the Holy Communion. 9:45 a.m.,
Te Church School. 11:00 a.m.,
Morning prayer and sermon.
The public is cordially Invited
'to worship with us and to assured
of a warm welcome.


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Presented by your Doctor
.of Medicine as a Health
Strvice of the Florida Med-
ical Acsociation and your
Local Medical Socety.
A- GOOD NIGHTS SLEEP
Do you sometimes get up in th.-
morning feeling. tired, restless, full,
of tension, as if you hadn't had any
rest at all? Perhaps you did not
have a good night's sleep. A good
aight's sleep is usually dependent on
.wo basic 'factors-the amount of
deep and the type of sleep.
The amount of sleep required
raries -considerably in individuals,'
)ut an average of eight hours is a
good yardstick. ,Some persons fare
rery well on a few hours of sleep,
while others feel miserable with less
than nine or ten. Most persons learn
heir own sleep requirements and
Sidjust- their daily schedules accord.
ngly.
The type of sleep plays a very
important role in achieving proper
est; A restless sleep, interrupted
frequently by fitful periods of wak-
ming, is not conducive to good re-
>air of body tissues.-A good, sound
leep can provide complete recovery
rom previous fatigue. "'
Since sleep is :essential to goo-.
aealth, every effort should be mad,
:o establish good sleeping habits
Freeing the mind of all care an
worry is highly important. Thern
are few problems which can't wait
until the next morning for solution.
Room temperature should be mod-
erate some' fresh air is desirable,
but not too much in cool weather.
Bed clothing should be comfortable
as should sleeping apparel. Some
persons like pajamas, for example,
while others prefer no clothing at
all. Sleeping pills and powders
should be avoided unless taken un-
der a physician's supervision.
Help yourself to a good night's
sleep by training yourself to sound
sleeping habits. Then you can won-
der tomorrow why you were sc
worried today... .


High School Recreation Program

Sponsors Trip To Quadri-Centennial.

The high school recreation pro- Richburg, Gene Tindell, Bobby
gram sponsored a trip to the Fes- Whitfield, Bobby Raffield, Billy
tival of History Exposition in Pen- Moore, Leon Hobbs, Maurice Ful-
sacola last Wednesday. This festi- ler, Clifford Wimberly, Wayne
val is a part of the Quadricenten- Blackburn, Joyce Wynn, Glynda


nial celebration now underway in
the city of five flags.
The festival depicted Indian life
before .the white man, epics of life
under Spanish, French, British,
American and Confederate flags,
the Indian wars of Osceola's Semi-
noles, colonial exploration and
colonies 100 years before James-
towin.
Many other facets of Florida'sr
history to numerous to mention
were included in the 400 year de-
piction. All current industries have
elaborate displays at the festival.
Port St. Joe's role in Florida's
history was given ample coverage
and recognition.
Dave Nicholson's history classes
for the summer also made the trip.
The following students made the
trip; David Harvey, Jimmy. Ste-
phens, Steve Whealton, Bill Fite,
David White, Freddie Bowdoin,
Ann Williams, Patsy Smith, Diane
LeHardy, Jimmy Blackburn, Dal-
ton Miller, George Herring, Wayne


Burke, Boggle Kilbourn, Jimmy
Williams -and Doulse Richter.


Insurance Men Get

Trip To Jax Office

The local representatives of the
Gulf Life Insurance Company have
won a rtip to -their home office in
Jacksonville, their second in the
past two years. They were com-
peting with .the, rest of the Panama
City District which is comprised of
Fort Walton, Marianna, Blounts-
town, Panama City and the local
staff of men in the Port St. Joe,
area.
The men in 'the Port St. Joe area
are 0. M. Taylor, A. Lamar Hill
of Port St. Joe, U. V. Wright of
Apalachicola, L. C. Bruce of Carra-
belle 'and Superintendent C. B.
Greif, Jr., of Port St. Joe.
The -trip will be educational, in


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PHARMACY
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that they will have an opportunity
ot see the new electronic device
called "Mr. 650" which issues poli-
cies, writes and signs checks and
remembers along with doing many
other things in the complexity of
operations of a large life insurance
company.
Superintendent Chuck Greif -said
that he and his men appreciate
very much the opportunity to serve
the fine people in this area and in
the future as in the ast they will
do everything to insure the public
the best of service.
The trip is planned for July 30.

CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our deep
appreciation to Dr. Joe Hendrix,
Dr. Wayne-Hendriv, Supt. McLane
and nurses of the Municipal Hos-
pital for the care given our loved
one. We appreciate the beautiful
floral offerings and the many
thoughtful services rendered from
all of our friends during the recent
loss of our dear husband and fa-
ther.
MRS. J. F. DANIELL
and Children.


THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1959


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NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS
In accordance with Section 129.03 Florida Statutes 1957, NOTICE
Is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida, hate prepared a temporary budget for the several
County Funds for the Fiscal year beginning October 1, 1959, and end-
ing September -30, 1960, and that said Board will be in session on
Tuesday, August 11,1959, at 9:00 a.m., CST, for the purpose of hearing
complaints from any lersonior persons, firms or corporations, that are
dissatisfied with said budget, to-wit:
TENTATIVE BUDGET FOR THE BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
MISSIONERS OF GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1960:
GENERAL FUND
Estimate of Revenues and Receipts:
Taxes 5.5 Mills 69,214.00
,Raiload and Telegraph License 173.00
Racing Monies 22,000.00
'Insurance Agents License 250.00
Mosquito Control-State 1-Cash 7,180.00
Mosquito Control-State 1-Credit- 7,820.00
Mosquito Control-State 2 8,600.00
Candidates' Filing Fees 2,156.00
Occupational Licenses 850.00
City of Port St. Joe for Mosquito Control 6,000.00
City Wewahitchka for Mosquito Control 1,500.00
Transfer from Health Center Construction Fund -........ 1,810.00
Total Estimated Receipts 127,553.00
Less 5% 6,377.00
95% of Esitmated Receipts 121,176.00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash 42,758.00
Total Estimated Receipts -and Balances 163,934.00
FINES and FORFEITURE
Estimated Receipts:
Fines and Costs 17,500.00
Taxes 4.0 Mills on $12,700.00 50,413.00
Total Estimated Receipts 67,913.00
Less 5% 3,396.00
95% of Estimated Receipts 64,517.00
Balance Cash Forward 12,963.00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 77,480.00
ROAD and BRIDGE
Estimated Receipts
Taxes 2.5 Mills on Value $12,700.00 31;750.00
Gas Tax 46,858.00
Motor Fuel. Taxi 407.00
Auto Trans. -. 444.00
Race Track 55,000.00
Total EstimatedReceipts 134,459,00
Less 5% -. 6,722.00
95% of Estimated Receipts 127,737.00
Balance to be Brought Forward 10,869.00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 138,606.00
ST. JOSEPH FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT FUND
Estimated Receipts:
Taxes 0.5 Mills on $2,106,000.00 1,053.00
Total Estimated Receipts 1,053.00
-Less -5% 53.00
95% of Estimated Receipts 1,000.00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 1,000.00
HEALTH CENTER CONSTRUCTION FUND
Estimated Receipts: .
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash 1,810.85
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 1,810.85
HEALTH CENTER INTEREST & SINKING :FUND
Estimated Receipts:
Racing Money 12,000.00
Total Estimated Receipts 12,000.00
SBalances to be Brought Fiorward: Cash 13,250.00
Total Estimated ,Receipts and Balances- 25,250.00
CAPITAL OUTLAY RESERVE
Estimated Receipts:' -/ : : >
Retirement of Certificate No. 4 of'the "Health Center
I & S Fund Issue" 10,000.00
Interest on Revenue Certificates 1,750.00
Total Estimated :Receipts 11,750.00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash / 26,160.67
Liquid Investments 30,000.00
: Total Estimated Receipts and Balances .69910,67
BEACON HILL BEACH DISTRICT FUND
Estimated Receipts: '
Total -Estimated Receipts- 00
:Balanced to be Brought Forward: Cash 500.00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 500.00
TOTAL OF ALL BUDGETS 496,491.52
.GENERAL FUND
Estimated Expenses:
County Commissioners Salary, Expenses, etc.- 14,15-0.00_
Clerk Circuit Court and Deputies 7,500.00
Supervisor of Registration Salary 2,400.00
Administrative. Salaries 3,883.00
General Court Work 500.00
Tax Assessors Commissions 7,500.00
Tax Colledtors Commissions u 7,700.00
Inquest 300.00
Court House Maintenance and Operation 4,980.00
S Election and Registration 2,215.00
Legal Advertising and Expenses 1,900.00
Administrative Supplies-County Commission 10,212.00
Pension-J. R. Hunter 600.00
"Juvenile Court Salaries and -Expenses 1,500.00
Salary License Clerk for County Judge: 1,200.00
T. B. Patients 2,000.Q0.
Mothers 'Pensions ............ ... :_ .. .. 800.00
SInsanity Cases 0QQ.00
Welfare 5,000.00
County Service Officer 1,200.00
Civil Defense 300.10
1, osquito 6ontrol--Oounty Fund4 21,500.00
AgriqgitQ eoutrol-,tate Funda 23,600.00
Agriculture Program 4,475.00
%tate Forest Service 10,885.00
Publicity (Chapter 5?-134'0) 500.00
Fur-.nitIe and 'Fixtures 1,400.00
1R.ace Track Funds and Municipalities 5,247.00
Outstanding-. Indebtedness .00
T 1tal Appropziation '- 143,747.00
Rser" e fQr Contingencies '- 7,187.00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be Carried Forward .... .13,000.00
Total Budget 16,3,934.00
FINE and .FORFEITURE
Estimated Expenditures:
Prosecuting Attorney's Salary 4,000.00
Circuit Court Costs 800.00
County Judge's Cost 5,000.00
Convictions Fees 200.00
Witness and Jurors Fees 800.00
J, Insolvent and Miscellaneous Court Work 600.00
Office Supplies ; 600.00
Furniture -and Fixtures 600.00
,HERIFF'S BUDGET
.Sheriff's Salary 9,000.00
; Deputies and Assistants Salaries 20,000.00
SExpenses other than Salaries 21,000.00
Equipment 6,000.00
Investigations 250.00
Total Appropriations 68,850.00
Reserve for Contingencies 951-Sheriff 5,000.00
Reserve for Contingencies 952--Sheriff 630.00
Reserve for Cash Balance 3,ooo00.o0:00
: Total Budget 77,480.00
RpAD and BRIDGE .
Estimated Expenditures:
SSupervisor. 'Salary 5,200.00
Free Labor 50,000.00
Maintenance and Operation Garage 1,800.00
Maintenance Equipment 10,000.00
SGas aid Oil 8,000.00
'Supplies 5,000.00
SRoad-Bridge Culvdrt Material 10 000.00
;R/W Legal 2,500.00
New Equipment 27,421.00
Payment to Municipalities (% Tax Collected) .... 9,375.00
Total Appropriations 129 296.00
Reserve for Contingencies-5% .6,464.00
Reserve for Cash Balaince 2,846.00
Total Budget 138,606.00
ST. JOSEPH FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT
-stimated Expenditures:


Pay over to Fire Departments 1,000.00
Total. Appropriations 1000.00
Total Budget 1,000.00
-IEALTH CENTER CONSTRUCTION
estimated Expenditures:
Transfer to General Fund 1,810.85
Total Appropriations .00
Total Budget 1,810.85
HEALTH CENTER INTEREST. & SINKING FUND
stlmated Expenditures:
S'Retire Certificate No. 4 10,000.00
Pay Interest on Certificates 1,750.00
Total Appropriations 11,750.00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward 13.... ,500.00
Liquid Investments (cost) .00


shafts have failed to locate it due THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FiL. THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1969
I w: P a e to water and quicksand. However,
a gravimetric survey shows a mass petrified logs. Port St. Joe, but after following
SP la ce s of metal (meteorites are mostly her directions for four and a half
about 92% iron and 7% nickel) The colors are magnificent, es we gave up trying o locate
STARDUS TLODGE, Fla.-Leav- when a huge meteorite struck, toss- about 500 feet in diameter and specially after polishing, and a num- her. We stopped briefly In Ama-
ing Jackrabbit we took a short irg out an estimated 400,000,000 weighing at least 3,000,000 tons. ber of slabs several feet across as rillo, Texas, to visit Rev. and Mrs.
side trip- to Meteor Crater, -the cons of rock, and. scientists place Commercial value of smelted me- well a smaller pieces are on view W. Sisemore, the former being.
world's largest. It is 4,150 feet *the collision -during the last inter- teorite iron is about $100 a ton. in the park .headquarters. Myrtice pastor. of the Port St. Joe First
across, three miles around the top glacial period-about 50.000 years It was just a short hop from the found several beautiful specimens Baptist Church a number of years
and 570 feet deep-in fact, you ago. To move all this rock the crater to 'the Petrified Forest bu.t was unable to tote them off, ago. The Sisemores were tickled
can't tell it from a hole in the weight of the visitor fro space where thousands of petrified logs since it is not permitted, naturally, to death to see us and urged us
ground. has been placed at perhaps 10,000,- and 'trees have been uncovered by for if every visitor carired off sou- to give their best to their many
The rim. around the crater, which 000 tons. Quite a chunk of rock! erosion through the ages. Myrtice venirs, .soon there would be no friends hereabouts.
one -views from an air-conditioned Efforts through the years "have was slightly disappointed, since I forest. However, we did buy, out-
museum, rises 150 feet above the been made to find the main body had been -telling her of petrified side -the confines of the park, sev- Going on across the Texas Pan-
surrounding plain. It was formed of 'the meteorite, but drilling and birds sitting on petrified branches eral. choice specimens. handle we .drove for miles with
.. singing petrified songs. We crossed the Continental Di- golden, waving wheat fields stretch-


Total Budget '25,250. 00 Age -of the stone trees is placed vide just east of Gallup, where
CAPITAL OUTLAY RESERVE FUND at'about 160,000,000 years, in the streams on one slope flow to the
Total Appropriations .00 Triassic Period, when northern Pacific -and streams on the east
Reserve for Contingencies 37,910.67 Arizona was probably a lowland, side flow to the Mississippi, and a
ToLiquid Investments (ost) 3067,91000.6700 where shifting streams buried the bit further on entered Grants, a
BEACON HILL BEACH DISTRICT logs. The -sediment contained a brawling, lusty,' sprawling com-
Estimated Expenditures: large amount of volcanic ash, rich munity which bears ith\! slogan,
Maintenance and Operation Park- 500.00 in silica, which was carried into "Uranium Capital of the World".
Total Budget ions 500.00 the wood and deposited in the While in Albuquerque we phoned
TOTAL OF ALL BUDGETS 476,491.52 cell tissue, forming the present Ruth iEvans, -a former resident of


ing as far as the -eye could see on
both sides of the highway. Huge
-silo-like storage buildings reared
their heads across the countryside
to store the harvest, which was un-
derway, and at one town the wheat
was piled in the street for lack of
storage facilities.
We stopped in Tuscaloosa, Ala.,
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.jNUTES OF THE -'-7 Control Supervisor and Sheriff. er Strickland, seconded by Com- The Engineer announced that he first letter from the Board to the E STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
The meeting came to order at. missioner Harden and duly carried, has information from the State State Road Department, in which,
TY|COMMISSION 9:00 a.m. that these two requests be granted. Road Department that said Depart- the Board requested the State Road
The minutes of June 9, June 12, The Board' auhtorized the Wel- ment will install the pipe if the Department to do the necessary George H. Martin, Bascom L. Pres-
WAHITHKA, LORDA June 23 were read, approved and fare Department -to use the Grand County or City would furnish the drainage work and the State Road nell, W. M. Stripling, R. L. Tull,
WEWAHITCHKA,FLORIDA adopted. Jury room in the Northwest corner pipe, but -that no secondary road Department answered by saying Fred Ward, James B. Williams,
JULY 14, 1959 Mrs. W. A. Frye, welfare work of the Court House as its office, to funds were available for this -or that the work could not be done Charle sS. Gill, H. G. Harvey, Wil-
The Board of County Commis- requested the County to pay Eman- be shared with the A. S. C. office. any other project in Gulf County. unless the County adopted a resolu- lie J. Hinote, A. F. Jackson, Wal-
iloners of Gulf County, Florida, met uel Fisher $12.00' to cover overnight L. B. Walters and Leslie I. Ni- Mr. Walters asked -about the sta- tion requesting this work be done ter F. Johnson, D. E. Lewis, David
this date In regular session with lodging and meals while attending chols appeared before the Board to tus of the ,$6,500.00 credit from the and charged to the secondary road B. Maddox, James T. Mathis, James
the following members present: a Welfare Rehabilitation Clinic in follow up their previous discussion State Road Department to be spent funds of Gulf County and giving it P. McCall, Howard L. McKinnon,
SGeorge W Cooer chairman, E. Gainesville, Florida, and asked that land request with reference to the on. Long Avenue. The Engineer an- high enough priority over other Jessie L. Owens, Tom E. Parker,
'C. Harden, Sr., A. J. Strickland, Josle Odom be "placed on the Indi- drainage problem on Long Avenue swlered this question by saying projects. The Chairman answered Lioyd Pitts, Doyle C. Retherford,
Coleman W. Tharpe and G. S. Crox- gent roll for two months at $15.00 from 16th to 18th streets, and asked that .the present State Road Board b- sayin that the Board has not J. T. Ricketson, Leo G. Shealy, Tom
ton. The Clerk, Attorney, Engineer per month. After consideration, i anything had been done by the does not admit owing the $6,500.00. adopted such a resolution. Mr. Wal- F. Smith, John C. Sowers, John H.
od Superintendent, Mosquito there was a motion by Commission- Board to comply with their request. Mr. Walters then asked about the ters then requested that this type Strickland, James L. Temple,
resolution be adopted. The Attor- Bilakely Thomason, Robert H. Tra-
ney said tha he secondary road wick, John M. White, Charles C.
program cannot be changed at 'this Wilson, George H. Wimberly, Har-
time because all secondary road ry L. Brewton, JamesW. Burns,
............. funds of Gulf County are frozen by Dan N. Creamer, Perry Elliot, Leon
the State until such time the preos- J. Giller, Dan Hatfield, M. K. Hurl-
..... ; .. ent Bond issue is completed, which but, David H. Jones, J. P. Lovett,
will not be sooner than January Henry R. Maige, Franklin D. Mer-
"... ......1960. cer, William T. Mosely, Jr.
Mr. Walters then asked that the Everette Owens, Jr., Fred Perry,
County furnish the pipe and let the Earl T. Pridgeon, Sr., E. D. Ram-
....... /State Road Department do the sey, Hubert E. Richards, Vance Ro-
work. Commissioner Strickland ex- gers, S. B. Shuford, C. R. Smith,
Sprained why the County had to quit C iA4es 1. Stevens, Jr., Fennon
furnishing pipe for such projects Talley, James Wicker, Burford R.
and said that if the County furnish- i Williams, James F. Wise, J. 0.
ed the pipe, it would be setting a Bragdon, Joseph L. Britt,. Roy E.
precedent that would cause many Cox, Carl Dees, E. F. Gunn, Frank
other such requests under similar Hannon, W. J. Herring, Thomas D.
circumstances within the City lim- Hutchins, Amos L. Johnson, Daniel
its to expend County Road Funds. J. Lundy, B. H. Munn, Donald B.
R Mr. Walters then reminded the.Parker, Arthur Phurrough, Jr.,
Board that his request was first W. B. Richardson, J. W. Sealey, J.
...... *made before the County discontin- T. Simpson, D. C. Smith, Emory
S- ued giving pipe for private use. L. Stephens, 0. M. Taylor, Tom
................. Dr. H. B. Canning, Mayor of the W. Thompson, James O. Traweek,
...................... .City of Wewahitchka and William Gene L. Wellington, Joe R. Wilkie,
J. Rish .appeared before the Board W. C. Williams, Henry W. Branch,
...............and requested the County to assist General L. Burkett, Lawrence W.
..... . : the City in paving Church Street Cox, G. K. Dormany, Burford J.
.in Wewahitchka and said that a Griffin, Grady Booth, illiam E. Gil-
new subdivision has been opened ber.t, Arley T. Hartley, lMax W, Kil-
on -this street that the developer bourn, Cart E~ McClamma, Robert
THE TIM E T CHANGEA has FHA commitments for the B. Nations, Roy P. Rish, Sr.,. Mit-
-an I construction of .several homes, but chell Smith, Alfred L. Whitfield,
STHE TIM E TO CHANGE.. before any building is commenced, Freedie M. Branch, 'Otis Davis,
E L T.I.C.G...s ... said street must be paved. The John H. Pridgeon, Tommy, Tur-
S' Chairman said that no secondary ner, Roland B. Hardy, Grady Mc-
funds are available at this time, but Daniel, Curtis Adams, Jr., Walter
That this, street has been selected E. Armstrong, Jerome L. Bracewell,
SM or construction in one of -the fu- James W. Cumbie, Jeff P. Duval,
trre programs. Joseph N. Garrett,
T ,J,.e G QGowin, Troy Lee
YrWilliam, .H. Linton appeared he- Jones, J. C. McArdle, Edward A.
Yes, nOW'S the time to change our old stove fore the Board to discuss the Mag- Bandjough, Henry L. Bozeman, Jr.,
Sli g nolia Landing road and firs ttold of Clyde F. Brogdon, Thomas E. Grins-
S and water heater for modern electric appliances; its condition and then stated that lade, Harrell E. Holloway, Edgar
S' i in May 1957 this Board, promised T. Lanier, Alvin L. McGlbn, D. L.
You'll enjoy "matchless/' electric performance -- him and other property owners that Owens, Hugh H. Semmes, Thomas
and by buying NOW, you can take advantage of said road would be paved; that -all G. Starling; Tolin Mltonii:Whitfield,
Sby buying NOW, you can take advantage of of the required rights ,of way was William E. Branch, Carroll T.
the big installation savings being offered. So see obtained and accepted by the Coun- Brown, Andrew L. Davis, Paul W.
ty, butere nothing has been done. H6 Groom, John W. Jones, M4t t 4,
your e 0 etric appliance dealer today! ... And don't told the Board that in his opinion, Parramore, TommiQe. Starling,
the Dead Lakse is the most valu- Carl. A. GuilAord, Richard H. Herr-
We will pay $25 toward the installa- forget, It's also the perfect time to change to cool able asset of Gulf County, yet none ing, Lee Williams, Chester Adams,
"o ct oc comfort with Oeletrfic ar ondltining. The weather' of the roads to the Lake are paved; William R. Branch, James A. Chest-
tion cost of each Electric Range and r con ng. tr thAt he thinks it much more Im- nut, Archie D. Floyd, Hames- W.
Wter rs ach E f e a right, and so are the prices portant to pave roads to the Lakes Gibson, Harold D. Helms, Herman
Water Heater replacing a flame-type than to pave roads in subdivisions J. Marshall, James 'L. Batenent,
where no one has built a home. Samuel L. Britt, 'Robert G. Brown,
appliance. Get full details from your Commissioner Strickland said it James C. Hanlon, Lavernor L. 'Lan-
SO ALL-ELECTRIC AND SAVEl looked as if Mr. Linton has been ier, Jr., William C. Lindsey, Dur-
dealer or number or cal our nearestgetting the run-aroun dand it is wood L. Owens, Jr., .Felton B.
offices past time to do something about Smith, Roy SuBer, T. D. Whitfield,
')office, O -a( paving his road. After discussion, Albert T. Blackburn, Dewitt T.
I the Board said that -the part of the Bridges, Johnnie Fortner, Jr., Wal.-
roads on the two hills will. be fixed ter K. Hendrix, Robert T. Keith,
C I .A v I. just as soon as possible. Mr. Linton Joe E. Poole, Osborne N. Thomas-
0 RI 1 FR RP Ra T 0 I told the Board that by fixing htat son, Thomas 0. Williams, Arthur'
F ... W portion of the road-would put him H. Cook, Quincy L. Hardy, Gordon
Vi 1AtR on a spot with other land owner' Adams, Hubert E. Adkins, Leroy
along -the road because it would | Bowdoin, Washington J. Burke,
... ,;- -appear that he was only trying to Otto Collinsworth; Willard ,R. Fu-
N .. get the road nearest his property qua, Hoke S. Glass, Harvey F. Iv-
paved, which was not the case. He ey, Cariel D. Levins, Ralph P.'
.... ..... t then requested that .the entire road Nance, John D. Odom, John C. Mad-
Sbe paved at the same time. dox. .
Henry Rish.told the Board that
Sdrainage problem existed at the John D. Odom, John C. Maddox,
Glidden Plant in .the City of Port Hubert A. Matthews, Carl J. Raf-
:' p a" .... e p -e St. Joe and requested the County field, Clyde W. Rich, Homer A.
..- to assist in this problem. -Commis- Smith, Robert D. Tindell, Cawthon
SVsaioner Croxton said the State 'Road W. Williams, James W. Beauchamp,
,Department has already been re- Ralph M. Dupree, Billy G. Harper,
requestedd to correct this problem. Warren P arenereau, R tbert L.
The attorney said no County funds Smith, Capers Allen, R. A. Dries
could be spent on such d project back, Walter M. Graham, Damon
because it is in the City of Port Peters, ST., E. J. Wynn, Sam J. De-
uDepartment can work within City William J. Adams, W. 'L. Barrier,
limits. The Mosquito Control Su- T. J.-Braxton, Sidney R. Brown,
srt- pervisor said he has heretofore W. M. Cha, Willsta L Chason,
tried to get permission froni the Fred L. Davis, Joseph Dowd, Ed
State to do this work, but because ward L. Eells, W. J. Ferrell, C. F.
it is a drainage problem and not a
mosquito problem, it was not in-
c h luded in his work program. The REPORT F C
o o Board asked that the Mosquito FLORIDA BANK A
eControl Supervisor make another of Port -St. Joe In the State- of Fi
request to the State to include this June 3(
project in his work program. Cmo- A 8 SI
missioner Strickland suggested 1. Cash, balances with other bank
: that the State Road Department be balances, and cash items in pro
S<.- .-,:requested the second time -to do 2. United States Government oblige
-the necessary drainage. guaranteed
D. T. Bridges. requested that 3. Qb)igations of States and polite
.........Church Street be paved. The Board 4. Corporate stocks
said that this request has already 5. Loans and discounts includingn
been made at this meeting but noth- 6. Furniture and fixtures
ing can be done at this time. 7. Other assets
.: The County Engineer presented
,a plat of Bulkhead Lines as per ap- 8. TOTAL ASSETS
plicationn of George G. Tapper and
Up a steep mud-choked wash-Posttraetion pays off! 'Through a mountain stream--deep tn Avintaquin Canyon. Thomas S. Gibson. The -same was L I A B I L
filed, and corporations
NO MOUNTAIN CAT, MISTER.., L The Tax -Collector presented ais 10. Time deposits of individuals, p1
-- ..-Double Assessments Roll for the 11. 'Deposits of United States Gove:



That 3134 Fleetaide has the sure- district officer who drives it Positraction, of course, is cept for line 9, Fred L. Bridges, in L5. TOTAL DEPOSITS
footed ways of a big western bob- would bet his badge -the tie rods big plus on this job, providing the amount of $3.32, making the L6. Other liabilities
cat. Roams through high brush won't even need replacing! the sure grip needed to dig total List of Errors, Insolvencies
country that would buck the life Out in that wild, climbing Utah. through mud, snow, loose sand, and Double Assessments R o 11 17. TOTAL LIABILITIES
out of most tricks. Crosses country, Chevy's suspension and whatever comes along. Could be $509.92.
streams without benefit of a frame and brakes, its Positrac- that a Positraction-equipped Pursuant to Chapter $129.03 (2), C A P I T A L A
bridget Climbs talus grades tion rear axle and Thriftmaster ton pickup is the answer for your Florida Statutes, 1957, the Clerk 18. Capital*
where piion won't even grow. But 6 power are proving themselves area of operation. Or maybe a presented a tentative budget for all 19. Surplus
that's all routine for this Ch'evy, under rougher conditions than 4-wheel drive Chevy. We've gotl ounn 'c funds, o ta e ndin Reserves (and retirement accot
equipped with Positractior* rear most test engineers could dream trucks that specialize.in getting nnOtober 0, 1960, Ane en th Reserves
axle. It's hard at it every day for up. They're proving that Chev- in and out of any kind of coun- September 30, 1960. After lengthy capital)
the Utah Fish and Game com- rolet's advanced engineering and try. Talk to your dealer about Commissioner Croxton, seconded 2 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
mission. Figure about 60,000 design ideas pay off-in spades- your needs. He'll show you what by Commissioner Harden and una-
niiles of mountaineering before when the going gets especially tough trucks are made of. binously carried that said tenta- 23. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAP
this Chevy is traded. And yet the mean and dirty. *Optional at eztra cost tive budget be approved and ad- *Thls bank's capital consists of
for -a public Hearing on said ud Common stock with total par


No job's too tough for a Chevrolet truck! for 9:00 a.m., August 11, 1959, 24. Assets pledged or assigned to seo
No jos too tough for a Chevrolet truckIO UDTt FOUN for other purposes
(CO OF BUDGET TAFOUNDp I, C. J. Stevens, Jr., Cashier, of tj
The following namesere selet- swear that the above statement is tr
The following names were select- represents the true state of the saev
See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer! ed to be pxced in the County Jud-3et forth, -to the best of my knowled
ges' Jury Box: Correct-Attest: C. J. STEVMN
Leo Kennedy, Ernest L. Light- Correct-Ae: C. J. TEVEL
'foot, J. L. Maddox, Anderson W. 8. T
Murphy, Oekgan S. Revell, Hubert RAE
Stripling, Bill Walters, Tony R. State of Florida, County of Gulf
FLOYD CHEVROLET Co. Jernlgan,Holl D.Leavns,M.G. and hereby certifythat I
Martin, Edgar L. Smith, S. J. Tay- bank.
ONEBAN 7-2=1 401 WILLIAMS.-AVE*.o Jlor, Harley Ward, Byron W. Wilder, My commission expires April
rHO BA 7-2221 401 WLLIA .AVE. Prt St. Joe, Fla. T.H. Hinote, Asbury M. Jones, Jr., y
Tom Levins, John E. McKenzie, U -


THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1959.

Gautreaux, Donald H. Parker, Car-
los W. Miles, Robert Lee Raffield,
Emory L. Robertson, J. D. Staf-
ford, William B. Weeks, Edward
H. Brooks, Sam W. Edwards, Ray-
mond H. Hightower, John H. PopeD
John Y. Wimberly, D. C. ArnetN
Byrd Faulk, Albert T. Themes,
Carl J. Zimmerman, Sam M.
Graves, Jr., Clarence I. Johnson,
S. L. Barke, Paul J. Blount, Durel
Brigman, Roy Burch, William W.
Cowden, J. F. Daniell, Richard T.
Dawson, Robert H. Ellzey, Wilbur
G. Fowler, J. H. Geddie.
Robert E. Peak, Jeff C. Martin,
Rhoden Presnell, George W. Ram-
sey, Noah A. Rushing, John H.
Story, Ted L. Whitfield, Ernest L.
Antley, Robert Davis, William F.
Faircloth, James M. Morton, Paul
Pullum, G. C. Adkins, W. H. Carr,
J. A. Garrett, Nathan Peters, How-
ard H. Sellers, E. H. Vittum, Joe
B. Blan, Jim Harrison, David F.
Mims, Roy C. Tharpe, C. L. Arm-
strong, John E. Beasley, Jr., Eu-
gene W. Bradley, Martin L. Britt,
Jr., J. C. Chason, James A. Cox,
Roy Crews, J. D. Davis, Homes L.
Echols, Paul S. Fensom, Moulton A.
Freeman, C. L. Gibson.
Upon motion of Commissioner
Strickland, seconded by Commis-
sioner Tharpe and duly carried, the
Board voted to add the following
names to the Indigent aist, begin-
ning this 'date.
Idus Glass, $10.00.

U. V. Estridge, $15.00.
The Farm Agent and Health De-
partment present their reports for
June -and same were ordered filed.
Hon. S. P. Husband came befo*
the Board and presented a copy osi
a local law passed in the 1959 Leg-
islature that permits the Board of
County Commissioners of Gulf
County to pay tip to to $1200.00
per year to employ a license agent
to sell licenses in the City -of Pol
S.t Joe for the County Judge and
then requested the County to in-
elude.that -amount in the budget.
for the next fiscal year. After dis-
cussion, there was a motion by
Commissioner Croxton, seconded
by Commissioner Strickland and
unanimously carried that the ac-
tion previously taken by this
Board in adopting the Gneeral Fund
Budget be retracted and that a
new General Fund Budget be pre-
pared by the Clerk, including the
$1200.00 as requested by the Coun-
ty Judge.
The Clerk presented the follow-
ing tentative budget for the Gen-
eral Fund and on motion of Com-
missioner Croxton, seconded by
Commissioner Strickland and una-
1nimously carried, said tentative
budget was tentatively approved
*and ordered advertised.
(This is included in the budget-
found elsewhere in- this paper)
'The Ohairman announced that
the Board would probably assess
the following millage against the
1959 tax roll, but that no action will
be taken until after the budget
hearing to be held August 11, 1959.
General 5.5, Fine and Forfeit
4.1, Road and Bridge 2.5, St.
Fire District S, Dead Lakes Dis-
trict .5, and Health Department 1.
The bills were presented, exam-
ined, approved and ordered paid.
All pay rolls for June were aW
'proved and ratified as paid. -
There being no further business
to come before the Board, the meet-
ing did adjourn.
ATTEST:
Geo. Y. Core Geo. W. Cooper
Clerk Chairman


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CONDITION OF
oT PORT ST. JOE
0rlda at the close of I
0, 1959
ET 8 -
:s, including reserve
cesa of collection --
;ations, direct and
ical subdivisions ...
g $122.39 overdrafts)
$ 19,838.98



ITI E
, partnerships,
partnerships,
rnment (including
subdivisions -
ficers' checks, etc.
$3,996,380.26



SC C 0 U NT


nt for preferred



ITAL ACCOUNTS .-


business on


$1,<18,801.69
88,895.6
580,567.53
10,000.00
1144,550.62
19,838.98
-16,305.97
i,358,960.2f-


3,094,785.52
274,642.78
167,811.34
281,680.28
164,958.15
12,502.19
20,409.65
4,016,789.91

100,000.00
125,000.00
26,073.60
91,096.78
342,170.38
4,358,960.29


value of $ 100,000.00
ANDA
4ure liabilities and
710,000.00
the above-named bank, (b solemnly.
ue, and that it fully ani correctly
eral matters herein contained and
ge and belief.
NS, Jr.
b. SHARIT
L. BARKE Directors
tRY H. SAUNDERS
I, as:
're me this 16th day oi July, 1959,
not an officer or director of this
VERNA M. SMITH, Natary Public
l 20, 1962. (SEAL)







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SALE


STARTS


JULY
23rd


9 A.M.


The Sale of the Year!! Tremendous Savings Throughout The Store!!


FABRICS


for Every Use

Save up to 40%
DRIP DRY PRINTS yd. 39c
DRIP DRY SOLIDS yd. 39c
INDIAN HEAD PRINTS yd. 49c


BATES


yd. $1.00


FRUIT OF LOOM PRINTS ----- yd. 39c
ODD LOT PRINTS 3 yds. $1.00
New Fall Colors
CORDUROY -yd. 89c


8-)!-


LADIES
BLOUSES


REDUCED
/3


* SUPER BARGAINS


*


BIG ODD LOT TABLE
Prices Reduced up to 50%
MEN'S
STRETCH SOX-. 2pr. $1.00
MEN'S
White Canvas Gloves 3 pr. $ 1
White Handkerchiefs 12 for $1
DANIEL GREEN
-Bedroom Slippers.-- $3.95


1 GROUP
Ladies Nylon
H OSE
51 Ga.
2 PAIR
$1.00
1 GROUP
NYLONS
Seamless
PAIR
98c
1 GROUP
NYLONS
PAIR
$1.09


LARGE SIZE
BATH TOWELS
Reg. $1.00


SALE 79c


ea


11TTLE GIRLS
Plastic Rain Coats


$1.29


Fieldcrest SHEETS


81 x 108


$2.49


FIELDCREST
BED SPREADS
Reg. $7.95 and $8.95
$6.25


LADIES' and CHILDREN'S


SHORTS
BERMUDA SHORTS
PEDAL, PUSHERS
TEE SHIRTS
NASSAU SHORTS
SPORT SHIRTS


CHILDREN'S


CANVAS SHOES


Broken Sizes

s1.00


Ladies
Cotton


Formerly
$4.00
NOW
$2.69


1


SPECIAL,
RUBBER THONGS
or SANDALS
Ladies,\Men's and Children's
LADIES
69c pair


LADIES
SUMMERETTES
' Broken Sizes
$2.95 pr.


BIG FLUFFY
WASH CLOTHS
6 for $1.00


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ONE GROUP
LADIES DRESSES
REDUCED

1-3

CHILDREN'S DRESSES
REDUCED

1-3

LADIES' SKIRTS
REDUCED
HALF PRICE

MEN'S KNIT SHIRTS
REDUCED %1


MEN'S PANTS
In Sixes 28, 29,30, 310, 3 and 32
REDUCED V3

BOY'S STRETCH SOX
3 pair $1.00
ONE GROUP
LADIES' SHOES
$1.95
ONE GROUP
LADIES`' SHOES
$8.95 $4.95
VALUE
ONE GROUP
FLORSHEIM SHOES
$12.00 pair
ONE GROUP
MEN'S SUMMER SHOES
BROKEN '$6.95
SIZES fS
ONE GROUP
MEN'S DRESS SHOES
BROKEN $4 95
SIZES $.
MEN'S STRAW HATS
HALF PRICE
ONE GROUP
BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS
$1.00
ONE GROUP MEN'S
BLUE DENIM PANTS
BROKEN $1.98
SIZES .$1.98
ONE GROUP
BOY'S DRESS PANTS
ONE GROUP ----- $2.95
BOY'S PANTS ----$1.95
Blue Chambray Work Shirts
$1.00


BOY'S
SPORT
COATS
and
SUITS
Reduced

'1



MEN'S and BOYS
SWIM TRUNKS 1 3
REDUCED------ "
MEN'S BERMUDA REDUCED
SHORTS and 1 3
CALYPSO PANTS "
Boy's Tom Sawyer
SPORT SHIRTS
Knit Tee $1.29
COTTON SPORT SHIRTS
Reg. $1.98 SALE $1.49
Reg. $2.98 / SALE $1.98
1 GROUP J A C
MEN'S TIES ...59c
OXFORD CLOTH "
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS
Button Down Collar :-4 $2.95
Blue and White .1 '
MEN'S
Sport Shirts\
1 GROUP
$1.00
I GROUP '' *V
Reg. SALE
$3.98 $2.98
$2.98 $1.98




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with what you save at your friendly IGA Food Store.


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for 150 CARS
100% Air Conditioned


U. S. GOOD ALL LEAN GROUND


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2 LBS.


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U. S. GOOD WESTERN BEEF -- ALL MEAT LB.

STEW 69c


BY PUBLIC DEMAND -- FRESH SMALL

Pork RIBS


LB. U. S. GOOD HEAVY WESTERN BEEF ROUND LB.

39c STEAK 8Sc


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PEACHES


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Carrots 19c
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ONIONS 25c


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ARMOUR'S BONELESS READY TO EAT 3 LB. CAN

PICNICS 193
APALACHICOLA
MULLET 23c
IGA TABLE-RITE TRAY PACK THICK SLICE
BACON 99C
FRESH PORK
NECK BONES 3LS39
REGISTER'S PRIMROSE 12 OZ. PKG.
FRANKS 39c
REGISTER'S PURE
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THE STAR., PrtSt.. Je, Pla. : THURSDAY, JULY. 23, 1959. frame concrete -ents with concrete
S .. block walls and poured in place
S:' concrete roof decks. Project con-
CLASSFIED ADVERTISING sists of two (2)classrooms, ndivid
uAV R Sal toilets, warm air heating sys-
SA.D I. tern and covered walks. Contract
shall include all Plumbing, Heating,
work- room; 150 ft. dock, barbecue. and Electrical work and all mater-
FOR-'iEASE: Gull service station. $15,000. Half down, can be financed ial's and labor for a complete and
SApply. St. Joe Motor Co.,. V. R. W smith, Box 375, Wewahitchka finished project as shown on draw-
Ai.ggson. tfc,6-4 Florida. wings or here-in specified. Approxi-
-,-L7- _.... .-. .. matetv 2.800 square feet in the pro-


wO,. itRENT : 2. bedroom urnishnea
cottages. $45 per month. Ander-
son cottages St. Joe Beach. tfc
FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom hous-,
es 'an4 two 3.-bedroom houses,
unuurnluhed, at St. Jod-Beach. See,
I W. Duren or, phone 7-3171. All
$50.00 per .onth each. tfc-4-16
WANTED: Saleslady for part time
work. Experience preferred. Ap-
ply Wqstern Auto. tfc-6-11
FOR RENT: Furnishq4 apartment.
Suitable for cou ple-only. Mrs -A.
M. Jones phonl!:7-7646. -: tfc-6-25
C dCb* _. L .


FOR RENT: 2a; .earoom duplex ap-
artment on Palm Blvd. with util-
ity, room. See Cecil -G. Costin, Jr..
Phono 7-4311 Or7-47191. tfc-6-25


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.
$50.00 month. 8089 16th 'St. See
Joe Christian, phone 7-4616. tfc
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart-
ment. Close to town. Four rooms
and garage. Phone 7-3701. 4tp-746
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house fur-
nished. Two 2-bedroom apart-
ments, furnished. Call Mrs. Jesse
Anderson, .BAli' 9-1901. 2tp
FOR RENT: Beach cottage. By
week or month. See Silas R.
Stone or call 7-7161. tfc-7-16
FOR 'RENT: 2 bedroom apartment
and '2 bedroom house, unfurnished.
Phone BAli 7-5971. It

FOR SALE

FOR SALE: Two bedroom house
on Jackson St., Oak Grove. In-
quire at 1316 Marvin Avenue after
5:00 p.m.U 4tp-6-25
FOR SALE or RENT;: 2 bedroom
house at White City. Only two
years old. New paint inside and-
out.- Contact ake' Mouchette' at
Motel St. Joo, phone, 9-9991. tfc
FOR .SALE:- Personalized rubber
stamps made to order. 1 day ser-
vte ,P hhnne .7-.R. Pont St. Jo e.


R. A.' M.-Regular convocation of,
St. Joheph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visi:-
Ing brothers .welcome. lobert 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, 1. 0.
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


NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that at a
Special' Meeting of the City Com-
mission of the-City of Port St. Joe
to be held at 4:00 o'clock P.M. on
the 27th day of July, 1959, all inter-
ested persons may appear and file
written objections to the confirma-
tion of the preliminary assessment
roll relating ot the assessment for
improvements consisting -of the in-
stallation of a Sanitary Sewerage
Collection System in "Special As-
sessment District No. 2", City of
Port St. Joe, described as follows:
Lots 4 to 14 inclusive, in Block


J. A. Blackwell, Box 491. 4tp-4-23 THERE WILL BE a regular com- Lots 21 to 30 inclusive, in Block
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge 44.
No. '111, F&AM every first and Lot 1, Block. 44.
FOR SALE third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. Lot L.and Lots 10. to 20 inclusive,
3. Some lots left at Cape San Bla A in Block 43.
Shores Subdivision on St. Joe CityAuW. HENDERSON 2t
Polt. ED McFARLAND, W.M. City Auditor and Clerk
4. Lots at St. Joe Beach. 75X150. 'ROY L. BURGH, Sec. NOTICE
1 block from water. Convenient All Master Masons cordially invited Notice is herebygiven that at a
terms. ._Notice is hereby given that at a
5. Consult us before you build. Con- LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Special Meeting of the City Com-,
struction, financing, everything- Meetings at Moose.. Hall, -310 mission of the City of Port St. Joe
arranged for you. Fourth St. meeting night-every other to be held at 4:00 o'clock P.M. on
FOR RENT: Building at 408 Reid Monday. the 27th day of July, 1959, all in-
Ave. Excellent location. terested persons, may appear and
FOR SALE: 2 cottages at Beacon LEGAL AD-'ERTISING file written objections to the con-
Hill. Adjacent to highway. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S firmation of the. preliminary as-
PRIDGEON AGENCY sessnment roll relating to the assess-
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741 OURT, GULF COUNTY, ment for improvements consisting
7FLORIDA. of the paving of Westcott Circle
IN PROBATE. designated as "Special Paving As-
MEXICO BEACH REAL ESTATE In Re: Estate of sesment 'District No. 1" and said
.2 bedroom block house, furnished J. F. MILLER, lands being described as follows:
cypress paneling throughout. Wood deceased. Lots 4 to 14 inclusive, in Block
floors, lifetime asbestos roof. $7,- NOTICE OR ENTRY OF ORDER tsn.
500.00 total price. Excellent terms OF ADMINISTRATION Lots 21 to 30 inclusive, in Block
t' right-party. UNNECESSARY 44
Pargain. 75 x 100 ft. lot, paved All persons having claims or de- Lot 1 Block 44.
street 500 ft. from beach. $1,000.00 mands against the estate of J.F. Lot and Lots 10 to 20 inclusive,
teims to .sult. Miller, the above-named decedent, .lot 1 ts 1 to ncluse
S -Gulf Front Lot. Resale $3,000.00, are hereby notified .that' an order in Block DERSON43.t
X80-ft. of administration unnecessary has 'City Auditor and Clerk 16
Nice Duplex on US 98, $13,000.00 been entered by the Honorable ity-Autor and Clerk 16
Good year round income. Sam P. Husband, County Judge; T OURT
CHARLES M. PARKER that the total cash value of saftl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
-Reg. 'Real Estate Broker estate is $835.60; that the names GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Ph. BAll 9-1121 Port St. Joe, Fla. and addresses of those to whom In Chapcery.
Mail address: Mexico Beach Sta., said estate has been assigned by Donald W. 'Skipper, Plaintiff,
Panama City, Florida such order is as follows: Mrs. Mol- 7S
Never a drowning from undertow lie Estelle Miller, White City, Flor- Merelyn Mae Skipper, Defendant.
MEXICO BEACH ida. .IVORCE
25 miles Southeast of Panama Cpty June. 29, 1959-4t N'OTIM TO: Merelyn Mae Skip-
MOLLIE ESTELLE MILLER per whose place of residence is
d-74 Palmd Avenue, Lot No. 1, Imper-
F#R ALE: O1r entire stock of NOTIE TO CnOTRATnRS ial Beach, California.
table lampipS. Buy oe. at r-egu.lar NOT I M TO Nr FOR On or before the 24th day 'of Au-
price--gt 4 thM of equal va1ie ADVERTIS9MENT 'FORBD S
4tri aglft pricther. o f equal v Sele ed.,:. b i 'dl wi gust, A.D, 1959 the- defendant,
Mt half .Brie. M0DRN FUTRNI- Sealed bidsluplcate wl Merelyn Mae Skipp"er'"s required
TUR CO., 232 e Ae, receivedby the Board of Public In to serve Ma Skipp Cecil Costnr
h-tchka, Florida u- l to 11y00 a m Jr., Plaintiff's Attorney, whose ad-
FOR SAL:~ A large three bedroom (C.S.T.), August 4, 1959, at which dress is 221 Ried Avenue, Port St.
,house ln Ward Ridge with 1358 time and place all bids will be pub Joe, Florida, a copy of and file with
sq. ft. Tfllving area plus porch, car- licly opened and read aloud for the the Clerk of said Court, the original
port ad very large utility room. construction of the following pro- of an answer to the Bill of .Com-
Thfs is a new house with hardwood jects: "plaint filed against -her herein.
floors,; ceramic tile bath. If you 'PROJECT NO. 1 WITNESS my 'hand and official.
.-need a large well built home see Three (3) classrooms and Indus. seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
this before you buy. Only $12,750. trial Arts Shop addition to Port Si Gulf County,Florida, 'this 20th day,
FOR SALE: .A well built three Joa High School, Port St. Joe, Flor- of July, A. D., 1959.
bedroom house on large lot in ida. GEORGE Y. CORE,
White- City.To sell for $5,200.00 Type of construction-concrete Clerk Circuit Court
FOR SALE: 2 two bedroom house rigid frame bents with brick walls (SEAL) 4t-7-23
in White City. Only $4,000. 2t and poured in place opncrete roof
FRANK HANNON slabs and floors in classrooms. Load Notice of Fictitious Name
Registered Real Estite Broker .bearing wails, steel bar joists with Notice is 'hereby given that the
Ph. BA-1 7-3491 221 Reid Ave. temtum roof deck and concrete undersigned; desiring to engage in
WANT-D-:Waitraesses Apply' in floors in Industrial Arts Shop. Pro- business under the fictitious name
person at City Restaurant. tfc ject consists of Science Lab, two of GULF COAST MANUFACTUR-
person at ty Restaurant classrooms, Industrial Arts Shop ING COMPANY, in the City of Port
FOR SALE: Portable Singer sew- and covered wlaks. General Con- St. Joe, Florida, intends 'to register
ing machine, and' Simmons hide- tract includes Plumbing, Heating the said name with the Clerk of the
a-bed sofa with innerspring mat- and Electrical. Addition contains Circuit Court of Gulf County, Flor-
tress. 112 Bellamy Circle. R. T. approximately 5,400 square feet. ida.- 4t-7-23
Ryals. 'tfc-7-9 PROJECT -NO. 2 ALEX LEGRONE
Two (2) classroom addition to -
FOR SALE: 150 foot frontage on Washington -Elementary School, Notice of 'Fictitious Name
Dead Lakes, 5 room concrete Port St. Joe, Florida. Notice is hereby given that the
block house, 18x25 ft. storage and Type of Construction rigid undersigned, desiring to engage in


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) __ 7:45 P.M.

"Come and Worship God With Us"


business under the fictitious name
of NATIONAL RADIO of PORT
ST. JOE in the City of Port St. Joe,
Florida, intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Gulf County, Florida.
MARTIN J. BEGLEY, Jr.
ROBERT D. SIDWELL
NOTICE
Notice-is hereby given that at the
regular meeting of the City Com-,
mission of the City of Port St. Joe
to be held on August 4, 1959 at 8:00
o'clock p.m. hearing will be held
for the purpose of confirmation of
the Resolution providing for paving
of Westcott Circle in the City of
Port St. Joe designated as "Special
Paving Assessment District No. 1",


FOR SALE ject.
'St.';'Joe Beach. Some fine home Plans, specifications and contract
sites left in this rapidly growing documents may be inspected at the
area. Down payments sfart .at $50. office-of the Owner or the.Architect
Remainder in small monthly install- and may lie procarred by Contrac-
ments tors, from the .Architect, Norman
-' Mexico .Beach. Choice '.lots in p. Gross, 423 West Beach Drive,
this section for a home or- beach Panama City, Florida, upon a depo-
cottage. Terms can be-,arranged.to 'sit of $50 for Project No. 1, and
fit your'budget, $50 for Project No. 2. All deposits
2 bedroom concrete block house. will be.refundde to :each bonafide
Third lot from the wafer, complete- bidder returning all documents in
ly furnished. Priced at $6.500 for a good condition within less than ten
quick sale. (10) days after date of the opening
SFOR RENT of bids. Deposits of Coutractors not
2. bedroom unfurnished -house in bidding will be refunded withl de-
Port St. Joe. $35 a month. duction of cost of reproduction and
COASTAL REALTY COMPANY delivery of documents in good con-
., .WILLIAM J. RISH,. Broker edition. Additional sets.of plans and
6 RUTH C. SOULE, Salesman .specifications' may be obtained up-
Phone BAII 74051 ..on deposit of $25 for Projects No.
S 1 and No. .2, which payment will
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call not be subject to refund.
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 tor Cashier's check, Certified Check
quick expert service. tf--2 or Bid Bond for ndt less than 5%
of the amount of the maximum bid
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav- must accompany each proposal for
ing money see us for anything mechanical work.
you need in your home. STOP and Contractor's Bond, Perfprmance,
SWAP SHOP. Labor and Material 'Bond and Work-
man's Compensation Insurance will
Keys Made While You Wait be required of the successful bid-
35c EACH der.
Right is reserved to reject any
BICYCLE PARTS or all .proposals, and Waive techni-
WESTERN AUTO calities.
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES No bidder may withdraw his bid
BOATS and TRAILERS for a period of thirty (30) days af-
S I Par d ter date set for opening thereof.
Reel Parts and Repairs THOMAS A. OWEN'S,
hour. Cut yourSuperintendent, The Board of
bour. Cut your lawn and let me Public Instruction,
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 Gulf County
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf Wewahitbhka, Florida
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- Norman P. Gross, Architect 3t
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said lands being described as fol-
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Lots 21 to 30 inclusive, in Block
44.
Lots 11 to 20 inclusive, in Block
43.
and 'the assessment of. the cost
against the abutting property.
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NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that at
the regular meeting of -the City
Commission of the City of Port St.
Joe to be held on August 4, 1959
-at 8:00 o'clock p.m., hearing will be
held for the purpose of confirma-
tion of the Resolution providing for
the installation of a Sanitary Sew-
erage Collection System in the area
of the City bounded as follows:
Lots 5 to 14 inclusive, in Block
35.
Lots 21 to 30 inclusive, in Block
44.
Lots 11 to 20 inclusive, in Block
43.
and the assessment of, the cost
against the abutting property.
R. W- HENDERSON,
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Going Places

(Continued From Page 3)
to chat briefly with Mrs. Minnie
Evans and spent a couple of days
in Birmingham with Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Coody 'and -daughter Lynn and
then packed our bags for the last
time and headed' Floridaward, ar-
riving home with a total of 6,559.3
miles on our speedometer (that
last three-tenths of a' mile was
really the' longest portion of our
trip).
All in all, we had'a 'splendiferous,
time--Myrtice saw a lot of" new
country and I revisited old haunts
that I had not seen for 26 years.
This probably will be our last trip
of any length, since we now have
covered most of the U. S. and a
large portion of Canada.
We would like to give credit for
our return to your midst to Gannon
Buzzett. Before we left he was
unable to fill a prescription aJnd
mailed it' to us in California. En-
closed in the package was a small
vial 'of sand labeled "Gulf 'County,
Port St. Joe Sand-Wet" ... He
should have added to the precsrip-
tion, "Sprinkle in your shoes".


Social Security

Information

Non-profit organizations that are
totally .exempt from taxation may
want to look into social security
coverage for their .employees in the
near future, John V. Carey, district
manager of the Panama 'City o-
cial security office, said .this week.
Action on the part of such an or-
ganization prior to January, 1960,
will permit social security cover-
age of such employees as far back
as January, 1956.
'.Th4'Internal Revenue Service de-
termines when-.a non-profit'organi-
zation is totally exempt from .tax-
ation, Carey added. However, reli-
gious, literary, educaitonal and
charitable organizations generally
may qualify for '-total tax exemp-
tion.- Any such organization may
obtain social security, coverage fqr
its workers by -filing a waiver with
the Internal Revenue Service agree-
ing. to pay the employer's share
of the social security tax, provided
two-thirds of the organization's em-
ployees sign a .statement with In-
ternal Revenue 'that they want so-
cial security coverage. The only
employees of such an organization
who cannot ,gain social, security
coverage in 'this manner are minis-
ters in theexercise of 'their minis-
terial -dutties and employees who
are. paid less than '$50.00 per calen-


dar quarter.
SIt could be very important to
employees of such organizations
that they obtain social security
credits as far back 'as January
1956. Under a special rule in deter-
mining ,the requirements for an in-"
sured -status, continuous credits af-
ter 1955 could give benefit rights
on retirement or, death, whereas


such a worker might not have bene-
fit rights under .the regularr rules
for- an insured stfiuis.
The non-protf rgaxization dis-
cussed -above that attempts 'to ob-
tain social security coverage for
its employees after 1959 will be
limited to a retroactive period of
no more than four calendar quar-


ters, Carey concluded. Boards of
Trustees a n d other governing
groups -of such non-profit organza-
tions may want to look into this
matter right away. Information is
available from your social security
office. The office for this area is
located at 1135 Harrison Avenue.
The telephone number is POpIar
3-5331.


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THE STAR

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do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely aerts; the printed word thoroughly coavlace.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remain.


AS SIMPLE AS THAT

The subject of pensions for our war veterans is an extremely
delicate one. If anyone 'suggests that we have gone too far in
providing these benefits, even in the case of illnesses and disable-
ments which did not arise from military service, he is in danger
of being accused of heartlessness, and of putting the dollar above
the flag.
Editor Francis Horrigan of the Park Rapids, Minnesota, En-
terprise -- a. veteran of 46 months service with the Army Signal
Corps, part of it on bloody Guadalcanal -- has taken that risk.
And what he writes is well worth reading and remembering:
For the widows and orphans of the servicemen who didn't
make it back home -- let's do for them. And let's do, too, for the
men who made it back, but not as whole men. Spend money
for veterans' hospital services; pay compensation to those who
were hurt -- and pay, too, for needed rehabilitation programs.
"As for the remainder of the boys who donned a uniform
when the Nation was attacked one can only ask those seeking
pensions:
'How do you figure you got a pension coming from Uncle
Sam?'
'Because I went to the defense of our Nation in time of
War!" they might reply.
"To that there is but one answer:
"What you did, Mister, was go to the defense of your own
neck, first of all -- and those of your loved ones -- and those
of the rest of the Nation, in that order.
"The choice was made easy for you by Japan and Germany:
"You --- and every other G. I. -- could 'have set it out.
But you'd soon have been on a diet of rice with no pension,
most likely, from.either; Hirohito,or Hitler.
"Or you could -- as you did -- join with those selected to
serve -with you in defense of our Nation and thus, with the
help of God, save your own neck -- and those of your loved ones.
"And that's the way it was, Mister --'just as simple as
that."
ublin (Ga.) CourierHerald


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Hays-Philyaw Engagement

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ryan Hays of Apalachicola, Flor-
ida: announce the engagement of their daughter Patricia Ann
to Lt. James Ira Philyaw, United States Air Force, son of Mr.
* and Mrs. Homer Carlton Philyaw of this city.
Miss Hays graduated from Chapman High School and
Stephens College, Columbia, Missouri. She attended the
University of Florida where she was a member-of Alpha Delta
Pirsorority.
Lt.. Philyaw attended Port St. Joe High School and grad-
uated from Georgia Military Academy, College Park, Georgia.
He received his degree from the University of Florida, where
he was a member of Kappa Alpha fraternity. He is presently
stationed at Hunter Air Force Base, Savannah, Georgia.
An October wedding is planned.


Sheriff (60) Daffin Explains Work

Of Boys Ranch To Kiwanis Club

The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
learned something of the -Florida HospitalAuxiliary
herifrtc iBoy's Ranch Tuesday,
when Shberiff M. J. (Doc) Daffin NamIS Attenda'ts
of Bay C4ounty gave the mieimbers a
little history .of the formation o. For Thrit Shop
the Ranch. F or \T 'rif"ho
-The ranch is located near Live
Oak. It is composed of approximate- The schedule of workers for the
ly 800 acres on the Suwaithee Ri- Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Shop for
ver. The Ranch-was sponsored and the months of August, September,
organized by the Florida Sheriff's Octoberr November and December.
Association. Although the Sheriff's are as follows: '
have put a good deal of money into Pick up and marking committee
the. project, Daffin said that the for July, August and September,
Ranch -had received many dona- Mrs. -Basil enney, Mrs. L. S. Bis-
tions both-of money and materials. sett and Mrs. Otto Anderson.
The Ranch has been donated a August :1: Mrs. Cliff Robbins,
tractor, truck, some cattle and Mrs. Gus Creech and Mrs. S. R.
hogs. Stone. -
Daiffn said that most of the op- August 8: Mrs. Cecil Costin, Jr.,
eration and expansion of the Ranch Mrs. W. S. -Quarles, Jr., Mrs. A. R.
will be don-e by donations. He said Major.
that anyone can make a donation August 15: Mrs. Cecil Costin,
to' their county sheriff and a $10.00 Sr., Mrs. S. B. Shuford and Mrs.
donation will make one an honorary Edwin Johnson.
member of the Florida Sheriff's As- August 22: Mrs. Tonm Hutchins,
sociation. Mrs. Gardner Underhill and Mrs.
Daffin said that at present,'the FranktHannon. '
,sheriffs have built two homes on. August 29: -Mrs. Mark Frimodeg,
the Ranch property. Each of the Mrs. Lea Shealey, and Mrs. Percy
homes will care for 20 boys. There Fleishel.- : -
are no dormitories. Each boy has September- 5: Mrs. H. A. Camp-
his own room. bell, Mrs. H, C. Philyaw and Mrs.
The Ranch presently is taking Sam Johnson.
homeless boys between the ages September 12: Mrs. J. L. Miller,
of 12 to 16. After more expansion Mrs. Paul 'Fensom and Mrs. Durel
is realized, the age limit will hb


spread to ages eight to 16. The'
boys eligible for Boys Ranch are
neither orphans or delinquents. As
a rule .the boys are those that have-
been placed as wards of the state
by the -jvenite, courts from broken
homes. The boys. are assigned to
the home .for the. completion' of
their high school education.
Sheriff Daffin said there- are now
12 boys at the home an that they
expect 'to have 40 bays: in residence
Wot,, f Opfh ltt r t zint bW CnflWhi.


Dexore c sooi sarro n14, epr e A ner.
Daffin said that the ultimate. goal
E gl Scout Tells .Rotary Club of Da. said 'th It. h, .
of the home 4i ys." --i
P*-acilitleb.ar9 .now. available to
Values Boys Receive Fro Program .40. .of t .
'6.iests of the club wr k A$ll
Rish of Port St. Jid ant t Ottl
iilly Walker of Palatka, nephew day. 0, of .P Cit J A.
f- the program chairman, .James Walkei l^ An Eagle Scout and' of Panma City.
-McNeilll presented the program at has attind6 d lany summer scout-
the Rotary Club meeting Thurs- ing functli including trips to -u- Women Play Softball
-- rope to attttid jamborees and all ..
over the Uilted States to atterid eS Th
S*arious Scout camps and functions. n .r---
Walker spoke on "Influence Scout- Seyveral-..ofthe ladies of Port St.
ing Can Hatb On A Young Man". Joe are. playing softball 4Ach .'i-
Walker apoke feelingly of the in- day and-Thursday tilgt bon th'e Lit,
's fluence Scouting can have on:- a t!e Boys' Baseball diamond in For-
Sboy's development into manhood, rest Park. .--
The Scouting program provides the' '.*' : h
boy with outlets for physical inter- t good sow
ests, -hobbies and fellowship along and. .lrte-anyone h wi these to
with the fundamental Woodcraft, coew softballs he
The speaker said that there were hew softb are also arec
More three million boys in the The ladles are also appreclative
AGAINScouting grae learning self re- to tilb City Commission for allow-
THE LAW TO BE SICK? lgance, tus.i-` akint, rave, etc in.themhe use of the field and
inpk ,r l thc lights.he
Not0any more, but at one time sick- "The movement provide the imp The league s comprised of four
ness was. against the law in, New tus to broaden a boy's understand. The league s comprised of four
Guinea, and sick persons in other ing of th world he lives in", said am.
parts of the world were often shun- Walkr .
ned or persecuted for possessing "evil Walker. e.
spirits". Now we understand that the Walker charged ,Scouting with badges.- These, co3unsellor are, al.
bodyis subject to diseasesand are -. mAt nvaria' busnesme and
better Sablethan ever. efore--to.com foster rtt f ly' te nod in- leader% I t' *he "ommunty. A boy
ad prevei sicnes-. See. reducing boy:to community lead- is likely .to m this soei
d ord ge periodic checriuptionf he era after whom they may pattern tionr and be impressedd in-lia-ft-
shlbuid give you a prescription,..etheirrlived..H1L 14&t y
bring it to us for prompt;, courteous their lives. H id that -a boy In- ture-'life by the example aet by the-
service. interested in Scouting will interest counsellor. A forceful reminder that
Yorj"U his entire family in the movement adults are studied by- youth lat all
-and bring them closer together by times for- a path to follow.
Drug Store this common interest. Some food Guests of the club were -..- Ham
zzet S frug Store for thought for. the 'Rotarlans \was Dowling and Alvin Cook of Panama
Port St. Joe, Florida the fact that Scouts depend upon: City; George Bradford,. Apalachi-
-.adult counsellors .to pass merit cola and Virgil Mlton.of Marianna.


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September 19: Mrs. George Tap-
per, Mrs. William Whaley and Mrs.
J. R Smlith.
September 26: Mrs. John Drew,
Mrs. Ga niin Buzzett, Mrs. Her-
bert Brown. '
October 3: Mrs. Wesley Grace,
Mrs. George Anchors and Mrs.. My-
ron Keibler.' -
'October A10: Mrs. Roy Gibson,
Mrs. Tom Parker and Mrs. Robert
King. .
October 17: Mrs. Earl Atchison,
Mrs. Irrmin Dean and Mrs. Philip
'Chatham. .. ', .'.,,
/'eIV6ir4: tr. J&6'oe Sharit, Mrs.
Vic Andersou and Mrs. Robert Faox.
October lt.: ra.6S414 Brown, Mts.
L. & Blsett .and M-r. Lainar Har-
dy. -
November 7: Mrs. J. 0:. Odom,
&'rs. Mob. llaey and Mr. Joe PFar-
rell. : .
November 14: Mrs. Frank Pate,
Mrs. Rudsell Ruat ad -iMas. Wil-
liam Cowden..
ov.embej. 21: Mrd. Wayne Hen-,
drix, ,Mrs. :#arold Odom anid Mrs.
Kenneth ,Bgoadnax. :
November 284 -Mrs. William Wa-
ger, Mrs., B1 .B. Sciapsoi aid Mrs.
Will Ramsey. -;:
SDecember 5: Mrs. Sara Logan
Kenney, Mrs. H.- B. Richards and
Mrs. Henry-: Stykbs.
December 12: Mrs. Joe Hendrix,
Mrs. Edwin Johnson and Mrs. Mil-
ton Chafin..
December 19: Mrs. Cecil Costin,
Sr., alrd Mr ;R. H. -Melntosh.
December g6: Closed.

PmeOOds Opens
ilountstowir Office

-Pinelands Company of Florida,
Blountstown, hits moved into their
new office- located -at their wood-
yard; tw obiiifes south of Blounts-
town -on their Port St. Joe Highway
71. : -
Pinelands C-ompany maintains a
year-. ound- pilpwood yard. They
also su%ly-triuck wood to St.. Joe
Paper Company.

Tennis lass At School
Gaining New Interest


The. tennis class sponsored by
the high school summer recreation
program is progressing nicely. The
. student& taking advantage of the-
instruction. are finding tennis a
challenging game to master. How-
ever, many of them are showing
interest and aptitude. The basic
strokes, including.: the forehand,
backhand and the. serve have -been
Given priority in ,the practice ses-
sions.
The following students are parti-
cipating in the tennis program and
can become competent players with
diligent practice: elia Creech,
Mercedes Sheppard, Carol Hutch-
ihs, Ellen Scisson, Barbara Miller,
James Gibson,. James Kennedy,
Rodney Herring, Nelson Hall and
George Boyer. .
Billy Joe Richards.has rendered
valuable assistance to these young
tennis aspirants by giving them
the- benefit of his experience in

S Return -From MIssisslppi
Linda Roberta, Ann Mosely and
Madeline Gill returned home Wed-
nesday after V sitidg- Sandra Moh-
ler at Gulfport, Miss. They visited
onea day in Newt O.tldta while
.w


SHIPMENT OF MAHOGANY UNLOADED AT LOCAL PORT


A large cargo of Columbian ma-
hogany was received in the port
of Port St. Joe last week end. The
lumber was shipped to Port St. Joe
for handling by the W. M. Export
Lumber Company of Port St. Joe.
The mahogany logs will be shipped
to Greenville, Florida where they
will be used in the manufacture of
marine plywood.


Final Trip of Summer
Play To White Springs
The final field trip of the high
school's summer recreation, pro-
gram was made to White Springs
last Wednesday. The students en-
joyed skating, dancing, boating,
swimming, diving and picnicing.
The students making the trip in-
cluded: Leon Hobbs, James Good-
man, Jimmy Cooley, Linda LeHar-
dy, Cheryl Christian, David White,
Johnny Price,. Tommy Walker, Jer-
ry Hayes, Steve Kennedy, Wayne
Blackburn, Bobby Adams, Peggy, Jo:
Young, Sally Hudson, Margaret
Martin, Sharon Wilson, Marlene
Hudson, Barbara Martin, Floynell
Walker, Linda Price, Johnny Coo-
ley, Ronnie, Adams, Courtney Mar.
tin, John Scott, Bob Craig, Lloyd
Gardner, Billy Moore, Oscar Zorn
and. David Young.

Revival Services At
Pentecostal Church

Revival services are now being
held at the First United Pentecos-
tal Church on West Highway 98
in Highland View. The Rev. Ray-
mond McMorris of Baton Rouge,
Louisiana is the evangelist. Ser-
vices are -held nightly at 8:00 pjn.
Good singing, preaching and a hear-
tY. welcome awaits you. The public
is invited,


A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine,
Your Local Medical Society and the
Florida Medical Association.
SOME TIPS
ON TANNING
The sun has a stimulating and
-beneficial effect on the human
body. The tissues of persons ex-
posed to plenty of outdoor sun-
light' appear in better condition
than do those on. whom the
ultraviolet rays of the sun sel-
dom fall. Sunlight also seems
to have good effect on the tone
and vigor of the muscles, includ-
ing. the muscles of the intestinal
tract and the heart.
The powerful invigorating
property of the sun, although it
is 93 million miles away, has a
tonic effect on the entire human
body, giving a feeling of well-
being and buoyancy. Following
pleasant sunbaths, the nervous
system is more at ease and
even the mind seems stimulated.
Sunlight produces many whole-
some responses in the human
organism. Proper exposure to
the sun may increase the gen-
eral metabolism, improve sleep
and appetite, raise resistance to
bacterial infections and "tone
up" the blood. -
As with many other .- good
things, too much sun can do
much harm. Overexposure to
sunlight can case painful and
serious injury to the skin, bring
on fevers and headache and
even cause malignant growths.
Farmers, sailors, fishermen an4i
gardeners who are excessively
exposed to the sun are especially
subject to cancer of the face and
hands.
The process of tanning is an
individual matter which de-
pends upon a person's .type of
skin. Hurrying to get a tan by
intensive exposure in a sortt
time often causes a sunburr. in
some instances of such sev;:-ity
as to need medical care. Anyone
who ever hns experienced such
a condition vi;ll e quick t(
avoid it in the future.
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The lumber was shipped on the a recent establishmnet of a loading
Panamanian ship Laida out of Ha- point in PortSt. Joe or explosive
vana, Cuba. George G. Tapper Com-oI
pany did -the stevedoring work on bound for South America, are mak-
the cargo. ing Port St. Joe think of greater
The ship will be loaded with sou- shipping business with countries
then pine bound for South Ameri- to the South.
can ports.
The -shipment of this first load The cargo was valued at ap-
of South Amreican mahogany and proximately $30,000.00.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


Mr. and Mrs. John Berry O'Brian
of Woodward Avenue announce the
birth of -a daughter Patricia Di-
ane on July 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Clarence
Whitfield of Highland -View an-
nounce theW birth "bf twins, a girl
Dawn Marie and a' boy, Darrell
Martin on July 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Earl Leav-
ens of St. Joe Beach announce the
birth of a *on, Gary David on July


1956 Holiday Coupe-


OLDS


THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1959


19,
(All births occurred at the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
Visitors :From Tallahassee
Relatives visiting Mrs. T. E. Par-
ker, Sr., last week were Mr. and
Mrs. Dick Benton and 'children
Ricky and Dale from Tallahassee.


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