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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 30, 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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THE


STAR


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with It
once In awhile-Trade with
your home town merchantal
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


TWENTY-SECOND YEAR.


ETAOI SHRDLU
by WSt.LEY R. RAMSEY


It makes us extremely glad to
see that someone in a-.position to
do something about it is now con-
oiuned with the over-population of
Florida.
That person is Farris Bryant. He
expressed these sentiments Tues-
day afternoon here in Port St. Joe
at the city- hall.
If some thought isn't given to
this problem, we will do- away with
our attractions both for tourists
and permanent residents.
What attracts tourists, permagn-
ent residents and industry to Flor-
ida in the first .place?
The answerto that one is easy.
Our beaches, hunting, fishing and
living room. -
Growing population is now be-
ginning to crowd our fishing
streams, flow over Into our hunt-
ing area and crowd our, beaches.
It isn't being selfish when we
worry about the disappearance
of these things. it is the fading
away of our main attractions.
Why do industries move to Flor-
ida?
For the same reason as the tour-
ists and residents. A pleasant -place
for their employees to live in.

And again subdivisions are plow-
ing up orange groves every day.
We want growth, but let's not
go overboard on the matter. We
want a little of "Florida" left in
the state.to enjoy. '
A little planning .along -these
lines are long overdue..

Over the bounding mai.. comes
Harold Odom bringing a sail boat
to Port St. Joe from South Florida
for use by the locaf Sea Scout
Ship.-
Harold is having to wear o'ut
F half of te: Ikiwanis Club using
them as crewmen to sail the boat
up the Florida coast to Port St J0oe.
-1Harold started his ourney with
Dr. Joe Hendrix manning the mop,
The duo set out on their Journey
and Dr. Joe got off at the first-
stopping place and caUie home.: He.
had enough of that right quick.
Joe said it was alright until dark
came and you are coming across
that lonesome water with nothing.
to tell you the way but a compas.
Doec says Harold is either lucky
or a good navigator, because they
hit their firest/stop right on the
nose the first try.
The good ship and' Harold -are
down about half way of the state
now waiting for weather, according
to the Doctor.
I.f it's bad weather they .are look-
ing for) they have had it the last
few days.
John. Drew and Dillon Smith,
both old salt sailors will meet. Har-
old in Sarasota and the trio will
attempt to bring the boat iato the
home port at Port St. Joe his week
end.

Visiting Relatives 4
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wil-
Sliams this week arb M- and Mrs.
Jack Williams of Liberia, Africa.'
-(
Visit in Tampa "
Buddy Wood and Harold Raf-
field *are visiting in Tampa this
week.


THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1959


Little Boys Baseball -Bryant Fee

Stars Are Runner

Up In Tournament C.Farris Bryant, right now, Florida's hot-
Stest possible candidate for the Governorship
Port St. Joe's Little Boys Base- race in 1960, visited Port St. Joe Tuesday and
ball all-star team put up a good met informally with about 25 of his supporters
fight in the tournament play held in Port St. Joe and Gulf County,
in Pensacola last week end.' While Bryant avows that he is not yet an
The locals won the first game. announced candidate, he discussed freely some
but lost the next two to the Pen- of the weighty problems that face Florida, and
sacola team. especially the next governor of the state.
The first game was ,played Fri- governor of the state.
day afternoon with Doug HaHlma In talking about what a future candidate
on the mound for Port St. Joe. '1 .e for Governor, needed in the way of votes to
local all-stars won that ;game, by win, Bryant declared that any candidate who
a score of 9-5. : carried central and either North or South Flor-
Doug Hallman, Howard Davis ani ida Would win. He said that.half of the regis-
Junior Nichols, collected honi" rtinsl; ,, ., a. -
Junior Nichols oefed m raun tered Democrats in the State, live in Central
for the Port St: Joe team. F: r "i T h -, i t a f
The second game of 'the tourna JFlorida. "The Republican party is not a fac-
ment was .played Saturday morn-' tor anywhere in the State except the Southern
ing with Port St. Joe losing; 13-3. portion. You can see their strength-'there when
Howard Dvi started on the you consider that they have sixty per cent of
mound followed by: Buddy Smi the State's population against only 25 per cent
and later, .Mike Smith, trying, to
curb the Pensacola bats. Davis aid- of the registered Democrats."
ed his case by hitting-the lone .-When questioned -about re-apportionment,
home run -of the game tfor the lo- Bryant said there was no need to go into that
cals. as the matter would be decided in November by
In the last- game, played' Satur. the citizens. He did state, however, that South
day afternoon, Pensacola blanked
the Port- St. Jo squad, 8-0: -:. Florida was, pushing the defeat of the reappor-
Bob Craig started' f or Port St. tionment plan to be voted on in November. He
Joe and was relieved by Gil Shea- said that the Southern part of the State, having,
ley. _.- l ; better than 60 per cent of the population of the
While- the PorO St. "Joesquad state, just don't see the needs of central and
didn't win the tournamentI they north Florida and don't understand the northern
were harder to beat by .the big ,
Pensacola team this year than ever part of the state.
before. The local team was award-, Against Closing Schools
ed the runner-up trophy. On the subject of segregation, Bryant said
Managers for the Port St. Joe dn
all-stars were Buck Walters and he didn't see any widespread integration in the
Joe Fortner. South for many years -- possibly never. He
Making up the all-star team were said there will be some changes made, but they-
Douglas Hallman, Howard Davis, will be moral, changes, not social changes.
Bob Craig, Lonnie-Bell, Junio', N1 "While the'Negro will probably gain the right
chols, Buddy Smith, Danny Wilsou,
Randy- Weston, Michael White, i- to integrate, we do not believe that he will do
vid Porter, Gil Shealey, Elnoor it to any extent'. Bryant definitely stated that
Godfrey, Wayne O'Brian, Johnny he was against closing any state schools over
Rogers and Andy Trammell. integration except where the integration causes
mob violence in a community. He expressed the


Important Meet

Is Set By-PTA-

There will be an important
meeting of the Elementary PTA
officers on August 11, at 8:00
p.m. at the Florida Power.
'Lounge.
There will be a guest speaker
present for the occasion.
All officers are urged to at-
tend.


T T JU--M, aw 1'- gl 9 IUr 1 oJII A


Is Out Support In Gulf County


opinion that integration and the resultant has-
sle would, destroy our public school system.
' Some of the whites will just quit going to pub-
lic schools, refusing to pay the high taxes to sup-
port schools they are not using, lower the stan-
dards of teachers because of those refusing to
teach in integrated schools and generally under-
mine, through hostile feelings, the entire school
system of the state of Florida."
"Preserve Our Attractions"
Bryant expressed concern over the crowded
conditions that are beginning to be evident in
the StatetR sporting areas of streams, hunting
areas and beach facilities. "We must preserve
these facilities to maintain our attraction to va-
cationers, industry and permanent residents", he
said. "We still have time to enact effective legis-
lation along these lines".
Good Labor Movement Essential
Bryant said that he was "pro-labor" but-was
"anti Hoffa labor". He declared that labor had
a serious job to do in Florida to preserve good
working conditions, living wages and harmonious
relationships between labor and management.
He declared that Florida had the finest labor
setup of any state in the nation. He urged labor
to keep it so by keeping out such undesirables as
the Hoffa epe.'
Bryant declared that labor's main job is not
now the mere bargaining practices -of working
for better wages, betteFworking conditions, etc.
He declared that labor's' main job is training
men how'to use the free itme they now have.
Bryant told hpw, the free time of the working
man had reached the point .of becoming an as-
set or a liability to him, and what with the
possibility ofha four day working week in the
future some thought should be given now to-
ward teaching men how to use free time.
Bryant emphasized that he was not now a
candidate for the office of Governor but left no
doubt in the minds of those gathered that he
was strongly considering the idea.


C Farris Bryant Addresses Methodist

Men's Club On "The Power of America"


C. Farris Bryant addressed the
Methodist Men's Club Tuesday
night and gave an inspiring address
on the "Power of America".
Bryant began by listing some of
the power and blessings that the
U. S. 'enjoys. America has more


STRIKE HALTS WORK FOR THREE

HOURS AT MICHIGAN CHEMICAL

A strike of the construction trade- unions greeted the workers
of Michigan Chemical Company Tuesday morning as they came to
work at the new plant, which just recently began operations.
*The strike came over a despite of work jurisdiction between tle
construction unions and the plantmaintenance personnel Monday
afternoon. Construction workers are still on the plant site finish- '
ing up the construction job for the factory. ,
Plant manager, Mark *Frimodig said that discussions were
held Monday afternoon between the plant management and the
construction 'unions pertaining to the work jurisdiction. According
to ,Frimodig the management thought the matter was settled until
SMonday morning when they went to work and were met by a
picket line thrown up by the construction unions.
An immediate meeting was held between the plant management
and the labor unions and Ironed further grievances that the unions'
were striking to have cleared,up. By mid-morning Tuesday, all the
grievances were settled and the construction crew went back to
work.


Crippled Children Clinic Held


Here

The Florida Crippled Chil-.
dren's Commissloir held its re-
gional Clinic' in Port 'St. Joe, at
the Gulf County Health Depart-
ment on July '17. This was the
first Regional Clinic held in this
city since 1950.
Dr. P. G. Batson, Jr., Ortho-
pedist of Pensacola was in
charge. He was assisted by Dr.
"*W. E. Humphries, Jr., pediatri-
cian of Panama City, Julia Lee
Johnston, R.N., Susie Spencer,,
R.N., Carolyn Blair, R.N., Lil-
lian Carter, 'Secretary, all' of the.
-'Florida Crippled Children's Com-,
mission. Those assisting from'
the Gulf County Health Centers
were: Roberta H. Harden, P.-
H.N., Ruby ,C. Gilbert, P.H.N.


and Pauline W. Sowers, Secre-
tary.
'Children from Bay and Gulf
Counties attended, 52 patients
were, seen with 27 from Gulf
County and 25 from Bay County.
There were eight new cases ad-
mitted; five of these will be
sent to Pensacola for treatment
-and, surgery.
The American Legion and the
Legion Auxiliary 'served lunches--
to the children and parents;
members of the Auxiliary who
assisted were: Mrs. David C.
Gaskin, President -of the Auxil-
iary, Wewahitchka; Mrs. Parker
Hart, Mrs. Madeline Whitaker,
and Mrs. W. J. Daughtry, all of
Port St. Joe.
The Florida Highway Patrol
from Bay and Gulf Counties and
the Sheriff's Department from
-Bay County furnished transpor-
tation.


Fox Named To

Port Authority

One of. Governor Leroy Collins'
first acts upon his return from
Russia was to make several ap-
pointmen'ts throughout the state.
Monday Collins made two ap-
pointments for Gulf County. These
appointments were both .concerned
with the Port Authority.
The Governor appointed Robert
L. Fox to the Port Authority and
re-appointed William R. Tapper to
another term on the Authority. Fox
takes the place of W. P. Gilbert.
Other members on the board are
Harry MeKnight, Tom Coldewey
and Henry Campbell,

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


cars, television sets, swimming
,pools, radios, appliances and other
conrforts of life including tne bath
.tub, than all other countries put
togethere. "To what do wt owe
tbese things"? Bryant asked, "How
did we get them?"
Bryant expressed the. belief that
the'reason for the power that had
provided these things. was the be-
lief in America that "man is creat-
ed in the image of God."
Unlike most countries, man in
the United States is considered a
precious being. We put more value-
upon a human life than any other
nation. Bryant said there were only
two kinds of power, the power of'
force and the power 'of love--the-
latter of which is what makes the
U. S. great. -.
,"Russia is a .good, example of
the force of power", said the' speak-
er. "Men in free nations live by
the law while men in dictator na-
'tions live according to the whim-
of the man in power at present.".
"The law of force is nothing new,"
said the speaker. He used as ex-
amples the governments of the an-
cient Romans where the .emperor
declared himself god so that he
could do what he wanted, because
of the belief of the people that a


God could do as he pleased. As a
result, 'the Roman emperors prac-
tically owned the every breath of
the people by their instinctive wor-
ship of a god-the emperor. And
of course this isn't ancient prac-
tices altogether. The speaker offer-
ed -the example of the god-emperor
of Japan.
"Every man, since 'time began,
has worshipped something", said
the speaker, f'and our power lies
in the fact that we worship the
one true_ God".
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Recent Guests
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. 0. Lufcas were Mr. and Mrs. B.
L. Lucas of Collinston, La., Mrs.
Ethel McGuffle and children from
Vicksburg and James Lucas from
Biloxi, Miss.

Visit In Panama City
Edith McLawhon and Fran Rob-
bins spent last week end in Pan-
ama City with their aunt Mrs. Mag-
gie Robbina.


Babe Ruth Stars

Lose To Eglin 9

By STEVE WHEALTON
The local Babe Ruth all-stars
went to Eglin Field, last Tuesday
to participate in the district tour-
nament held 'there each year. The
team which was chosen to play St.
Joe was the local Eglin team.
The game was delayed by a 15
inning gamt played between the
Panama City and Tallahassee all-
stars, which Tallahassee won, 1-0.
Jim Wilder was on the mound
for the Port St. Joe team and Wick-
ersham drew starting pitching du-
ties for Eglin. The game was a see-
saw affair, which saw two triples
by Eglin, and an inside-the-park
home run,, also by Eglin. Thehitt-
ingg star for Port St. Joe was Rod-
ney Spaulding& who chipped in with
two singles.
'Port St Joe led during the. major
part of the contest, but Eglin's su-
perior -ittting finally proved to be'
the deciding, factor as the final
score was, Eglin '6, Port .St. Joe 4.
Wednesday, the local season be-
gan after the layoff for the all-
stars. The Gulfs were scheduled to
meet the Landcos. The Gulf team
couldn't find nine of their players,.
so the contest was forfeited.


County Service Officer

Gives Local Schedule

The County Service -.Officer of
Gulf County announces that his of-
fice has been set up at his home
for the convenience of residents in
and near Port St. Joe needing his
services. The .Service Officer will
be available to assist veterans with
their benefits, etc. Monday through
Saturday with the exception of his
regular scheduled visits to. Wewa-
hitchka as was announced in last-
week's issue of The Star. Each sec-
ond and fourth Thursday morning
from 9:00 to 12:00 noon CST the
service officer will be in Wewahit-
chka at the City Hall.
Office of the Service Officer is
located one block past the High-
land View Elementary School on
Highway 98. Telephone number is
BAll 7-8681.

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MYSTERY OF )ORIGIN OF PORT ST.

JOE'S ARMADILLO IS CLEARED UP
^' ; *:'*


One of our readers has solved.
the mystery of "where did the
. armadillo come from?".
"-'The armadillo invaded Port St.
Joe two weeks ago and was
fund by Basil McKnight on Sec-
ond Street.
Last week The Star received
a letter from Roy T. -Marshall.
from the aircraft' carrier U.S.S.
Wasp somewhere at sea. Roy is
the son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Herman
iMarshall of Highland View.
Roy says he and his father
were down in South Florida near


Two Wrecks In

The Past Week

Two wrecks occurred in 'the
City of Port St. Joe during the past
week-both on Highway. 98.
The first collision occurred at
11:00 p.m. last Friday night. In
this collision, Mrs. M. Salivar was
going to work on the night shift at
the Municipal Hospital. She stayed
that she was blinded by the lights
o a car driven by Ellis Nicholson
o. Apalachicpla.. The two' car cd61-
lided. Mrs. Salivar was traveling
toward the hospital and the Nichol-
son car was coming toward Port St.
Joe. The collision happened at the
intersection of Seventh and High-
way 98.
Mrs. Salivar received a' severe
cut on her right arm and bruises.
Nobody in the other.car was hurt.
Monday afternoon George Boyer
narrowly escaped injury while rid-
ing a motor scooter North on High-
way 98. While riding up the High-
way he was met by Mrs. Frances


Cocoa recently when Roy was
hone on leave fishing.
The pair was .camping ojut on
the~rlveir-bank and durTng the
night were awakened by a
strange noise. They lit a light
and discovered they were :'sur-
rounded by armadillos. They
Captured one of the animals and
brought it home with them.
When the animal wouldn't eat
in captivity they took It out on
the White City road and turned
I* t loose.
Apparently the animal found
its way to Port St. Joe.


East onto Third Street and Boyer
saw that he was going to be hit.
-e then turned ,his scooter up
Third Street to try and avoid the
collision.
Boyer finally had to jump from
his scooter to keep from being in-'
jured. The car -and scooter met
just off the highway on Third St.

Mefford Tells Kiwanis

Of San Blas Operation

Creed Mefford, who is in charge
of the Vitro Corporation operation
of the Cape San Blas missile track-
ing station discussed some of the
Installation's operations with th3
Kiwanis Club at their regular
meeting Tuesday.
-Mefford stated that the station
is tied in with the launching station
at Eglin Field and with three other
down range stations that stretch
to the Florida keys.
The services performed by the
station are obtaining information
from missiles launched by the Bg-
lin site. Mefford said that the lo-


Shellhorse who apparently didn't cal station is larger than the other
see Boyer on the motor scooter .three because its actions are more
Mrs. Shellhorse started to turn (Continued On Page 8)


Portable X-Ray Unit Examines 1,888

Persons During Four Day Stay In Gulf

The mobile X-ray unit of the State Board of Health examined
- a total of 1,888 persons in Gulf County during the past week.
Four days were spent in the Port St. Joe area and one day in We-
wahitchka. This service was furnished by the State Board of
Health, the Gulf County Health Department and the local chap-
ter of the. TB and Health Association. -
City of Port St. Joe 1,414 X-Rays
City of Wewahitchka 279 X-Rays
Oak Grove 100 X-Rays
Highland View 95 X-Rays
All persons who participated in the X-ray program will be no-
tified by mail of the findings when the reports of the interpreta-
tions are received fonm the State Board of Health. Any abnormailll-
ties will be reported to the person's private physician..


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THE STAR. Port St. &i, hP. THURSDAY, JULY 30, 19Bs

Woman's Softball League Holds First

Organization Meeting To Elect Officers


The Port St. Joe Women's Soft-
ball League held its firs business
meeting and election of officers
Monday night, July 20 at the hole
of Mrs. Bob McKiernan. Officers
elected for the year are as follows:
president, Mrs. Roy L. Burch; vice-
president, Mrs. Bob MoKiernan and
secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Karl Al-
len.
Games will be played every Tues-
day and Thursday night at 7:30
p.m. at the Little Boys Baseball
diamond. A complete schedule for
the-season will be posted at a la-
ter date.
The league presently consists of
four teams. Thb standings' are as
follows.
W -L
(rdinals 'A 1
Black Widows ....-----..........2 4
St. Joe Angels -...............--_0 1
Dixie Darlings ........... O 0
Everyone is invited to come out
and see the games.







Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kenneth
Tyler announce the birth of a baby
daughter, Toni Marie on July 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Begley,
of 117 Westcott Circle announce'
the birth of a daughter, Diane Ma.
rie on July 20.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Franklin Wil-,
llams of 517 Third Street announce
.the birth of a baby girl, DiannaJo
on July 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Lorzn Barto White
of 529 Fourth Street announce the
birth of son, Lorin Barto, Jr.,
on July 21. '
(All births occurred at the
Port St. Joe Munlclpal Hospital.)


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Local Theta Rho

Girls Attend Meet
The local Theta Rho girls Club
was represented at the state as-
sembly by 18 of its members, ac-
companied by four chaperones.
Four of the local girls served as
state officers: Joan Coker, Mar-
shal; Glynda Burke, Outside Guar-
dian; Boggle Kilbourn and Jeanie
Coker officiated as Heralds.
- Jeanie Coker of the local club
was elected State Treasurer for the
coming year. Katrina Farris was
appointed Left Support to the Pres-
ident, Joan Coker, Left Support to
.the Vice President.
. The-girls, along with their chap-
erones spent last Thursday at the
Odd Fellows Home in Gainesville,
then journeyed on to Fort Pierce
for the session which began Fri-
day night and ended Saturday
night. On Saturday night the mem-
bers of the local club installed the
new officers in a lovely formal in-
t Adtall.ationRe

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Sunday School

Class Has Party
The Couples' Sunday School
Class of the Long Avenue Baptist
Church enjoyed a very delicious
barbecued chicken supper at Way-
side Park last Tuesday night.
The menu included barbecued
chicken, potato salad, cheese
straws, pickles, 'soft drinks and
home made ice cream, cake and
cookies.
Chief cooks for the occasion
were George McLawhon and J. 0.
Lucas.


Garrett, Mrs. Jamea Traweek' and ter of Mark and the girls had a
children, Jimmy and Eugenia, Mr. travelogue on forward steps. The
and Mrs. P. B. Fairley, John How- meeting was closed with prayer
ard, Mr. nud Mr. Joe Ferrell, Mrs. by Helen Richards.
Betty Jones and daughters, Bren- The girls were served with ice
4a And Patricia and Mrs. Cecil cold water melon after the meet-
HarrIson and son Tony. ng.


Highland View GA

Have Meeting
The mary Celle Intermediate G.
A.'s met at the Highland View
Baptist Church on T~esday .after-
noon at $:30 with se*wy members
present.


Those attending the social were The counselor opened the meet-
Mr; and Mrs. Joe Fortner, Mr. and ing with prayer led by Helen Rich-
Mrs. B. A. Collier and daughter, yards for the missionaries on the
Pam, Mrs. Ferris Tarrantino, Mr. prayer calendar. The group gave
and Mrs. Al Gunter and daughetr, their watchword and allegiance.
Lila Karen, Mr. and Ms. Gerald I Mrs. DuBose read the 13th chap-
Two-ln-One Potato Dish
is New and Appotixzln


xouli want to try this new potato dish both wayi. first with
cream of shrimp soup. then with 'celery. beaue each ha a dif.
-ferent and wonderfully appeUsing teVor tht'. grand With pot
roast or other roast or barbecued meat. Toa* recipe as easy and
it's a time-saver because the potatoes can be cooked t advance.
Washington' State potato growers. Whose home economists devel-
oped the recipe, recomitended their Loe White potatoes for this
and other dishes because this verlty. is ap, under and hs *
special flavor which holds up un4er cooking p-osaes. These nw-
ly-harvested Washington L4XC Whlite. are.6p good Mupply now in
local markets, so be Sur and -hop for Uhm by unse f6r: rally
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While potatoes ar-ecooking. heat soup and VreVa to simunaer. stir-
ring frequently. Add salt to taste. .Remove skins from potatoes
and cut into quarters lengthwise. Pur soup ever hot potatoes
xnd, if desired, sprinkle with toasted almond. It deoird. potatoes
mnd sauce may be prepared in advance, tUhe Jheated in moderate
3ven (350 degrees) at serving Utime. 0 to 30 a nutes,
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At Counyt Court Monday of las
week, :Jim Greiner of Port St. Jo,
was foui guilty .on two counts
driving sa auto while intoxicated
and driving without glasses. Sen
tence has not been made, the d&
tense having three days in which]
to appeal It is reported that a le
gal instrument will be filed by de
tense attorney, David C. Gaskin
to have -the trial thrown out on a
tecanicality and move for a new
trial.
A Tuesday inquiry showed thai
no such document had yet beel
filed with County Judge Sam P
Husband. Defense has until Thurs
day to file.
T. M. Aplin, highway patrolman
who maed the arrest, specified in
the charges placed ih -the hands ol
the prosecuting attorney, Silas R.
(Mickey) Stone, that- on the eve-
ning of May 30, 1959, Greiner, with
two..companions,. passed- through
the Highland View area on High-
way 98& near the Red and White
market at a speed exceeding the
legal limit (55 mph, or less it in a
restricted- area). Aplin gave pur-
suit, according .to, his witness-
stand testimony, followed by dep-
uty sheiffs Wayne White and
James Barfield, both of whom had
been with Aplin at -the roadside,
where -they were issuing instruc-
tions to two other motorists who
had beer flagged down for trafife
violation.
Aplin testified he never lost sight
of Greiners car as he followed it a
short distance to a roadside bar.
Aplin further testified that he saw
the -trio get out'of the car, but he
wtited about 30 seconds until
White and Barfield came along, -so
White could go in and bring the
trio out.
Deputy Sheriff White later testi-
fied that he went in,' got the trio,
brought them outside and turned
them over to Aplin. When Aplin
returned to the stand later, he tes-
tified that he went into the bar,
walked up behind Greiner, tapped
him on the shoulder and told Grei-
ner -he was under arrest.
When Greiner took the stand he
testified he was not exceeding the
speed limit. He admitted -having
drunk two beers before driving
out to the beach, and was having
a thirty er when Aplin came in
and toA ilm he was under arrest.
He asked .why and Aplin told him
to come outside and find out why.
Greiner aid he took offense when
one of jhe officers took, his beer
from him and threw it to the
ground. H said that on the way to
Jail, Aplin threatened him and that
atthe St. Joe jail White said they
"ought to beat hell out of "him
with a black jabk" because there
was no one *to witness against
them.
By his own- admission, Greiner
was not wearing glasses. He pre-
sented a letter from W. F. Wager,
M.D. stating- that in July Wager
had examined Greiners eyes and
did not advise him that he should
wear glasses. Greiners driver's li-
cense specifies that he wear glass-
es.
DIRECTED VERDICT
The trial of J. F. Pitts was over
almost before it got started.I


F. E. Trammell, county sanita-
tion ..officer, had filed charges
-against Pitts for operating a tour-
ist court without laundry facilities,
without proper venting, and with-
out proper garbage cans.
Defense counsel, David C. Gaskin
said he would prove that Pitts was
not operating a trailer camp or a
tourist court.
It never got that far along though


quested that the court hand down,'Agent was on the spot in the oys-
a dlreQted verdict because he did ter house going, Kin;g assumed,
not ..believe the case could be won. about the business of inspecting
-KING ACQUITTED oysters. .
-Ttomas A. King, an elderly, emo- The little gray-haired, gray-suli-"
tional gentleman 'from Apalachi- ed gentleman knew nothing 'about'
cola, who acted as his own counsel, legal procedures, but his sincerity,
was acquitted of the charge of hav- ond one sob as. he momentarily lost
ing in his possession undersize oys- control of his emotions while plead-.
ters. ing his case to the jury, apparently
Charges were filed against the won him the day.


When Trammell- otok the stand, man' by -State Conservation Agent, COMFORTER MISTRIAL
Gaskin challenged the authefiticity Claudius Lanier, who on November A mistrial was declared in the)
of the document from which Tram- 11, 1958, inspected a truckload of case of the .State vs. W. P. Com-
mell was about to. quote in support oysters being driven by King. forter, who was charged with reck-
of his charges. Gaskin objected King's' .defense was that he less driving. The jury could not
that the document was inadmiss- bought the oysters in good faith come to an agreement. Date for
able since he could find no evi- from a reputable house; that he the new trial has not yet been .set.
dence that the document was au- believed them to be of legal size, AIRMAN FINED
thenticated, i. e., signed by an of- since it was not practicable for him The last. case, in which an Air
ficial of the State Board of Health. to open and check every bag of oys- Force Private, Charles Vernonhou-
How Judge Husband would have ters.he purchased; and that at the ser, was charged with reckless driv-
ruled will never be known, for at time of .this particularar purchase at ing, resulted in a guilty verdict and
this point Prosecutor Stone re- Apalachicola, a State Conservation a $75.00 fine.


Judge Husband says that Monday
morning" before court convened,
there were 14 cases on the docket.
Six, however, pleaded guilty before
"order .in the .court" was sounded
by Sheriff Parker. That, said the
County Judge,-reduced the session
from a possible three:days to one.
Eighteen jurymen were selected
'and by 4;30 p.m. Monday the cal-
endar: -had been cleared. ,



Vet Officer Will Be

Here "Monday

Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill,_ may receive
guidance from Preston L. Nicholas
Assistant State Service Officer.,
Nicholas will visit this area next


THE STAR, Port 8t Joe, i ta


week for the purpose of helping GULF COUNTY FOREST
veterans or their dependents in fil-' COMMITTEE TO MEET
ing claims for Compensation Bene- The Gulf County Forest Fire Pre-
fits or solving their -uiurjrae prob. v.n-ion Committee will meet Mon-
lems. This free servi..- ri, ruiiii.-- d. A_ August 3 at 8:00 p.m. at the
distance to employed .. Itf vteri t. Joe- Tower at White City.
under the GI Bill, Vc.,: iia.i rIt.n Tnis meeting was- originally
ing, Subsistence or other problems.' s,:~iduled for July 24 but had to
* During his visit in this 'area .ITi- tc ancelled because of conflicts.
cholas may be contacted at.thte City .
Hall from 8:30 to 9:30 a.n. Monday, August 3.



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Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:15 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.

Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.

Worship Hour.. 7:30 p.m.


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ead Lakes Bridge Nears America's Religious Beliefs Stemmed
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l oof trucking it from a distance as
was done for the west approach;
le tl o n and since, to do this, the company
must wait for lower water level at
the lakes, it is expected that noth-


(From Gulf County Breeze) They are made of pre-stressed con-
The Dead Lakes bridge is stead- create and poured at Panama City,
ity approaching completion. f3y then hauled here on semi-trailers.
Wednesday of last week all cement Each stringer weighs 8% tons.
caps had been poured over the pil- These last few forms will not
ings except one, the last on the be laid until fill dirt is dumped on
east bank.' By the same token all the east approach. Since Scott Con-
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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.

"Come and Worship God With Us"


NdTICE TO TAX PAYERS
In accordance with Section 129.03' Floride, Statutes 1957, NOTICE
ls hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida, have 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 person or persons, firms or corporations, that are
dissatisfied with said budget, to-wit:
TENTATIVE BUDGET FOR THE BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
MISSIONERS OF GULF COUNTY-i FLORIDA, FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1960:
GENERAL FUND '
Estimate of Revenues and Receipts: 9
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 2,166.00
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 f$12,700.00' 50,413.00
Total Estimated Receipts 67,913.00
Less 6% 3,396.00
95% of Estimated Receipts 64,617.00
Balance Cash Forward 12,963.00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 77,480.00
ROAD and BRIDGE
Estimated Receipts
Taxes 2.5 Mills oii Value $12,700.00 31,750.00
Gas Tax 46,858.00
Motor Fuel Tax 407.00
Auto Trans. 444.00
Race Track 55,000.00
Total Estimated Receipts 134,459.00
Less 5% 6,722.00
95% of Estimated Receipts 127,737.00
Balance to be Brought Forward 10,869.00
TItal 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 Receilits and Balances 1,000.00
HEALTH CENTER CONSTRUCTION FUND
Estimated I*eceipts:
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
Balances to be Brought Forward: 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 1,760.00
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 67,910.67
BEACON HILL BEACH DISTRICT FUND
Estimated Receipts:
Total Estimated 'Receipts 00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash 500.00
Total Estimated Receipts, and Balances 500.00
TOTAL OF ALL BUDGETS 496,491.2
GENERAL FUND' 9,.
Estimated Expenses:
County Commissioners Salary, Expenaes, etc. 14,150.00
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 7,6500.00


ing will be done on 'the east bank
for at least two to four weeks


hence. Water on the Lakes now
stands (at bridge site) at 7-plus
feet.
Meanwhile, work proceeds on the
bridge proper. Crosswalls between
and at right angles to the string-
ers are being poured. Forms for
pedestrian walkways are being car-
pentered and bolted into place. -
Shortly th ecurbing forms will be
laid and forms for the decking will
be placed.
H. 0. Pridgeon, who stays in
such close touch with the officials
and bridge crew he can call them
all by their first names, believes
the bridge will be completed come
two more months. And he's still
predicting 'the dam will be com-
pleted. before the year is out.
Incidentally, at the seven-foot
water level prevailing, clearance
from water level to bridge stringer
is about five feet. That means most
boats with any kind pf hull or su-
perstructure will no longer be able
to pass under the strucutre. Ba-
teaus can make it with no strain..
Water level at the completion of
the dam will be maintained at a
6.5-foot level, or approximately at
the level the water's now running.
The dam will be located about
15 feet south of the bridge.

CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our deep ap-
preciation to Dr. Joe Hendrix, Dr.
Wayne Hendrix and all the nurses
of the Municipal Hospital for the
care .and attention 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 mother, mother-in-
law and grandmother.
\ Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hallmon
and children

Seed 'he Ntar To A F Ied

"0 TO CHURCH SUNDAv


Every American colonial expedi- tures.
tion was closely allied with reli- The Village, along wit
glon. brated Historical Pavili
Americas deep-seated faith rests dustrial Fair provide fai
with firm beliefs established by tainment which Robert
Spanish, French and English sett- long-time entertainment
lers who ,first explored and settled the New Orleans State
in Florida, Virginia and Massachu- called: "The finest ever
setts and this has given spec- the Southeast!"
ial interest to the replica of the Located on Pensacol
Colonial Spanish Church in Flor- snow-white beach, the
ida's Quadricentennial Village, part tennial will be open t
of the State's 400th anniversayr tember, and will then
celebration now in progress at Pen- second South Florida 1
aacola. part of the State's seven
A careful re-creation of the cha- torical program.,
pel which bordered the Gulf in 1723, ___
the Church fhas unusual propor- BIRTH .ANNOUNCEME
tions, is built in the form of a oc- Mr. and Mrs. Charles
tagon. Fashioned from early draw- are announcing the birth
ings of the city, the Church has in- girl weighing seven po
terror design by Louis Tango, fam- ounces. She has been n
ed New Orleans Church historian, sa Michelle. The Furma
who has captured the imagination in Pearl City, Oahu, Hav
of young and old alike in its peace-
ful simplicity.
The original of the Quadricenten-
nial Village -was constructed in Port, St. Je,
1723, following an earlier burning Florida
by the French of a seaside fort and
settlement. In reproducing this city
as part of Florida's 400th anniver-
sary, Florida's Quadricentennial
has brought skilled artisans from
Madrid and Toledo to man 'the craft
houses. These skilled men and wo-
men work daily at tasks -and with
skills of Floridas colonial period;
help to make 'live' the beautifully- SAFETY
Fashioned Govoelenor's Palace, 16- YOUR SAV
gun fortress, and 21 other struc-
gun^ 'l


SISTER STARR
HThe gifted healer
and Palm Reader.
She can ,help you
She can help you
with your problems.
with your health,
business and love.
Located three blocks west of
the television tower on Pan-
ama City Beach.,
NOTICE THE HAND SIGN
Phone ADamrn 44365
7-23 Phone ADams 4-3365 6tp


Tax Collectors Commissions 7,700.00
Inquest .00 00
Court House Maintenance and Operation 4,980.00
Election and Registration 2,215.00
Legal Advertising anit 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 2,000.00
Mothers Pensions '800.00
Insanity Cases 300.00
Welfare 5,000.00
County Service Officer 1,200.00
Civil Defense 300.00
Mosquito Control-County Funds 21,500.00
Mosquito Control-State Funds 23,600.00
Agriculture Program 4,475.00
State Forest Service '10,85.00
Publicity (Chapter 57-1346) 500.00
Furniture and Fixtures ,.
Race Track 'Funds and Municipalities 5,247.00
Outstanding Indebtedness ,.00
Total Appropriations 143,747.00
Reserve for Contingencies 7,117.00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be Carried FPorward ---- 13,000.00
Total Budget 163,934.00
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
Insolvent and Miscellaneous Court Work 600.00
Office Supplies 600.00
Furniture and, 'Fixtures 600.00
SHERIFF'S BUDGET
Sheriff's Salary. 9,000.00
Deputies and Assistants,'Salarles 20,000.00
Expenses 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 3,000.00
Total Budget 77,480.00
ROAD and BRIDGE
Estimated Expenditures:
Supervisors Salary 5,200.00
Free Labor 50,000.00
Maintenance and Operation Garage 1,800.00
Maintenance Equipment 10,000.00
Gas and Oil 8,000.00
Supplies 5,000.00
Road-Bridge Culvert 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% 4,464.00
Reserve for Cash Balance 2,846.00
Total Budget 138,606.00
ST. JOSEPH FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT
Estimated Expenditures:
Pay over to 'Fire Departments 1,000.00
Total Appropriations 1,000.00
Total Budget 1,000.00
Estimated Expenditures:
Transfer to General Fund 1,810.85
Total Appropriations .00
Total Budget 1,810.85
HEAT.TH CENTER INTEREST & SINKING 'FUND
Estimated Expenditures:
Retire Certificate No. 4 10,000.00
Pay Interest on Certificates l1,750.00
Total Appropriations 11,750.00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward '------ 13,500.00
Liquid Investments (cost) .00
Total Budget 25,250.00
CAPITAL OUTLAY RESERVE FUND
Total Appropriations .00
Reserve for Contingencies 37,910.67
Liquid Investments (Cost) 30,000.00
Total Budget 67,910.67
BEACON HILL BEACH DISTRICT
HEALTH CENTER CONSTRUCTION
Estimated Expenditures:
Total Budget 500.00
Maintenance and Operation Park 500.00
Total Appropriations 500.00
TOTAL OF ALL BUDGETS 476,491.52 b


a's famed,
Quadricen-
o Mid-Sep-
move to a
location as
n-year, his-

NT
s Furmage
of a baby
'unds, 10Y2
aimed Tere-
ge's reside
waii, where


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1959
---- '^


Mr. Furmage is serving with the ope of this city.
U. S. Air Force. Mrs. Furmage will c
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C. Farris Bryant Is Reappointed To

State March of Dimes Leadership

C. Farris Bryant of Ocala has 'rheumatic diseases and there are
been reappointed as Florida State 250,000 infants born.each year with
Chairman for the new March of significant defects, Mr. Bryant said.
Dimes for the 1960 January ap- Also, there are 150,000 polio pa-


peal, it was announced. this week'
by Basil O'Oinnor, president of
The National Foundation. Mr. Bry-
ant haa served as state chairman
for the two proceeding campaigns
in 1958 and 1959.
Mr. O'Connor thanked Chairman
,Bryant for his significant contribu-
tion to the March of. Dimes in the
,state, and in urging him. to contin-
ue as State Chairman, told him:
"We need your leadership, your
loyalty 'and your ability to get
things done in Florida."'
Mr. Bryant, one ofe Florida's out-
standing citizens, was a candidate
for Governor in 1956 'and is a likely
contender in the 1960 elections. Ac-
cepting reappointment, the Chair-
man stated:, "The National Founda-
tion in its continuing fight against
polio and its attack on health prob-
lems of the -American people along
a broad front, faces a year of tre-
mendous challenge and I am glad
to be privileged again to partici-
pate in the fight."
Bryant's task will involve direc-
tion of the month-long campaign
to -raise funds to support the Na-
tional Foundation's fight against
polio as well as the initiation -of


tients who still could benefit irom
further treatment, 50,000 of whom
are currently being assisted by Na-
tional- Foundation chapters, he
pointed out.
In accepting the appointment, Mr.
Bryant said: "The broadened new
program of the March of Dimes of-
fers help to thousands of people
in Florida who are now fighting.
alone against the crippling ravages,
of birth defects and arthritis. Di-
rect aid in the financing of treat-
ment will be offered to many young
patients, and all sufferers will ben-
efit from the programs of research
and training of, skilled health pro-
fessionals. The people of Florida,
through the March of Dimes, help-
ed provide the funds that made pos-
sible the Salk vaccine. I -am confi-
dent that the people of Florida
will continue to support-the March
of Dimes in its important new
work."

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By RUSSELL KAY

If I were called upon to suggest:


the expanded patient aid program an ideal vacation trip for Floridiauns
in the fields of birth defects and I 'would echo the famed words of,
arthritis. There are 11,000,000 Horace Greeley and say, "by all
American's suffering the pain and means GO WEST."
crippling of arthritis and other Or the past ten days I have been'





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magnificent scene below. It was
awe inspiring, miles of sheer rocky
cliffs rising perpendicularly for
hundreds of feet from the twisting
river bed far below. A warm sun
cast an ever changing pattern of
shadows that included most every
color of the rainbow.
Later we descended to the can-
yon floor by way of an incliSe .all-
way, arriving just in time to see
.the Union-Pacific streamliner come
panting through the Gorge on its
way to the East. The U. P. tracks.
thread their way along the river
bank, hugging the cliffs as if fear-
ful of tumbling into the rushing
white water below.
Words are inadequate to properly
describe the inspiring beauty of the
Royal Gorge which 'reflects thie



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CORONARY HEART
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,Coronary heart disease is re-
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heart disorder. This, is a direct
restilt of careful studies of the
function and problems of the-
coronary arteries. The wide-
spread use of the electrocardio-
graph has helped greatly in
making accurate, diagnosis 8f
coronary disease. The electro-
cardiograph is an instrument for
making graphic records of the
electric currents emanating from
heart muscle.
The heart muscle 'is fed by
two arteries lying on the sur-
face of the heart witl small
branches extending over the
surface and into the muscle..
because -these arteries encircle
the heart like a crown, they are
called grponary from the Latin.
wbrd "oerong, meaning grown; n
These arteries .rg subject to
arteriosclerosis, a de-gefi@raiye
.hnge occurring in the walls of
arterieg which diminishes their'
elasticity pad diameter and
causes what is k gown as hard
ening of the arteries,
When this occurs in pone pf
the coronary arteries, a tlromp-
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off the supply of blood to the
muscle. The heart muscle then
becomes suffocated for lack of .
oxygen; there is great pain and
shock and the result is often
They outcome of coronary
heart disease depends upon the
extentt to which the heart mus-
cle is deprived of blood.
Persons most often afflicted
with acute coronary heart dis-
ease are men of middle age who
have constantly been under ten-
gion with inadequate rest and
relaxation of mind and body.
Recovery depends on rest and
proper care and in many cases
small blood vessels enlarge and
take' over the work of the coro-
nary arteries plugged up by a
thrombus. Surgery, diet and
treatment with drugs which sup-
press the coagulation of blood
are major methods of treating
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touring the state of Colorado and
have found It a thrilling experience.
Following the convention in Colo-
rado Springs, over 200 members of
the National Editorial Association
boarded buses and visited points of
interest in this scenic Rocky Moun-
tain area.
The contrast to Florida at this
time of year is so great that it has
a tremendous appeal. Mother Na-
ture has lavished her gifts on Colo-
rado just as she has on Florida
but in such a different manner, it
takes your breath away. Here tow-
ering snow capped peaks bid you
welcome as they reflect their bril-
liance on inviting green clad val-
leys below where gurgling-'fast mov-
ing mountain streams come tumb-
ling through rocky terrain to join
the slower moving rivers such as
the Rio Grande and Colorado.
Our firstt stop was at Royal Gorge
where we crossed the world's high-
est suspension bridge to view hte


wonder and glory of Creation and
tends to put us mortals in our
place. While man may fling bridges
across its crest and build road-
beds along its rugged walls, the
Gorge still remains such a symbol
ot supreme power and intelligence
that there is little left to sustain
mortal vanity. Here God points a
finger and says, "behold".
*Roads in Colorado today are su-
perb and the task of cosntructing
them is tremendous as they must
be blasted out of mountain sides
or tunnelledd through. Grades are
not a problem for modern high
powered vehicles, but driving skill
is imperative on the winding roads
and hair-pin turns. I was surprised
to learn that few accidents occur
in the mountains. Here drivers re-
cognize the danger and hazards
while -they become careless on
more level ground where straight-
a w a'y driving permits greater
speed.
Our route carried us to a height
of over 14,000 feet as we crossed
the great divide and I found my
breath becoming shorter both from
the altitude and the scenic beau-
ty. Frequent turn-outs are provid-
e where the motorist may park
and take full advantage of the mag-
nificent view. At one point I recall
it was possible to see hundreds of


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gress in Bible education work.
nesses'in improving their minister-
ial service in the communlyt.
" A full week of activity has been
scheduled. Qnp interesting feature
will be on SatWyday ,evening at
p.mn. This program consists of a
Bible question period, "New Thipgg
Learned", with audience participa-
tlon. Following this, Mr. rame
will give counsel regarding pro-


Climaxing Mr. Brame's visit will
be his Bible discourse, "What is
the Divine Will for Op-r IDay?" This
talk will be delivered at 3 p.m.
Sunday, Augpst 2 4t the Kilgdom
Hall in Apalachicola, 14j 4th $t.
It is giyvn for the benefit of all in-
terested persons in Apalachicola,
Port gt. Jge, Qarrabelle and sur-
rounding communities. All persons
of goodwill are c4orially invited to
hear this special topie discussed.


1 Yov Are Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Ave. Baptist Church

REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
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MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION __ 6:15 p.m.
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inches wider than comparable cars.

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miles in all directions through pow.
erful telescopes and identify peaks
or other landmarks in four states.
The weather was kind to us for
the most part. It was usually bright
and clear in the mornings, the air
brisk as it came to us fresh from
the snow capped peaks, then it
would cloud over in the afternoons
with an occasional shower toward
the end of the day. Like ours in
Florida, the showers are intermit-
tent.
Whether you take a bus tour in a
comfortable air-conditioned coach
or drive your own car you will
thoroughly enjoy a Colorado vaca-
tion. In later columns I shall de-
scribe to the best of my meager
ability other outstanding attrac-
tions of this inviting area.


Witnesses Have

Guest Minister

it. H.. Wosoba, local minister for
Jehovah's Witnesses in Port St.
Joe, reports the arrival o iSarle
R. Grame, traveling minister from
Brooklyn, New York, who is visit-
ing the Ap-alachicola congrgeation
of Jehovah's Witnesses during the
week of July 28 to August 2. Mr.
Brame will assist the local wit-







Florida Ends Biennium With $1.1 Million Dollars In Cash;
Budget Director Says Care Need To Remain In Black
TALLAHASSEE Florida .had. Cabinet learned this week. The summer is always the slow
just over a million dollars it didn't Thi cas;i balance in the general period for tax income in Florida,
use last bienniun to start. Its p'o. fund at the end of the fiscal year land Gov. LeRloy Cbllins warned
gram for the next two years, the was $18,221,204. the cabinet would have to borrow
from trust funds again to keep the
But budget director Harry Smith cash position in the black.
told hte cabinet that $17,079,204 Collins said he didn't want any-
| worth of building and operational one to be surprised when the trans-
expenses for the 1957-59 biennium fer of funds was made, and he
were charged against that figure. noted that it would probably be
That left the general fund, Smihsoon.
O SET. said, with $1,141,212 to start putt-
ing the new programs into effect The Cabinet last year borrowed
IR NT In the coming biennium. 20 million dollars from trust funds,
S 1 Comptroller Ray Green said he which was paid back after the win-
D 0 is going to make a study of the ter tourist season ntax receipts
state building program for the start rolling in.
f state building program for the corn- In another report Green said-the
ing two years. He asked highway state spent 62114 cents of every tax
.Patrol Director H. N. Kirkman to dollar from the general revenue
Sput off hiring architects for several fund for education during the busi-
FREE 'PICK-UP and proposed patrol stations until he ness year which ended June 30.
DELIVERY finishes the survey. Special Purposes
-Slow Period The' summary of financial oper-


nations for the 1958-59 year covered'
only 'those tax dollars going into
the general revenue fund. It didn't
include tax money going for roads
and other special purposes. .
Altogether $196,384,803 was spent
on education-public schools, jun-
ior colleges and universities-dur-
ing the .last. fiscal year. This is
about seven 'million dollars more
than was spent for this purpose the
preceding year.
Total expenditures from the gen-
eral revenue fund were $315,442,202
-an increase of 2.4-6 per cent over
the preceding year.
Cost of general government was
$18,458,178 or 8.66 per cent of the-
total. Hospitals, health and sanita-
tion came in for 11.17 per cent or
$35,230,251; public welfare 7.89 per
cent or $24,877,358, and other pur-
poses 12.84 per cent, or $40,491,612.


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for alerting the public to weather
dangers or possible surprise enemy
attack.
The network, already tested, will
start regular operation Saturday
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Miami Weather Bureau at 11:05
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These broadcasts will consist of
routine weather information, but
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alerting procedure so that stations
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Previous weather warning sys-


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employed, leased wire connections. The FCC cooperated in the pro-
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son Cottages, St. Joe Beach.. tfo drive. Flat body, '55 6 cylinder
I motor.. Just overhauled. See J. 0.,
FOR RENT: Two 2,bedrbom lous. Ogle, Phfie 7-8671.
es and two, 3-bedTOom --houses,
unfurnished,At St LJoaBeachi See FOR SALE BY OWNER: ,Three
I W. Duren or phone 7-3171. All modern houses in Highland View
$50.00 per month each. tfc-4-16 one on highway; also a cement
S, block building suitable for small
F..R RT-:?2.edroom duplex ap- industry, claening establishment,
artment on Pam Blvd. with uti- machine shop, etc. Also water-front
ity room. See Ceil G. Costin, Jr. and other vacant property. Harry
Phone 7-4311 or 7-7191. tfc-5 V. Forehand, 104 4th Street, High-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house New land View, phone BAll 7-8451. ltp
paint -'on inside with b)afth and WANTED: Bookkeeper. Exper-
screen porch. Water furnished.$35. ience preferred. Apply in person
per month. Mrs. Shehorse, phone at Wimberly Pontiac Co. tfc-7-30
17A A)l 9.2 fe-7__


FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
$50;00. month. 808% 16th St. See
Joe Christian, phone 7-4616. tfec
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, BAll 9-1901. 2tp
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house in
Oak Grove. Call Sam Neel at
7-4911 after 7 p.m. tfc-7-30
FOR RENT: Upstairs and down-
stairs apartments. 1506 Long
Ave. 1-tP

FOR SALE

FOR SALE or RENT: 2 bedroom
house at White City. Only two
years old. New paint inside and
out. Contact Jake Mouchette at
Motel St. Joe, phone 9-9991. tfc


FOR SALE: Personalized rubber
stamps made to order. 1 day ser-
vice. Phone .7-8576, Port St. Joe.,
J. A. Blackwell, Box 491. 4tp-4-23

FOR SALE
3. some lots left at Cape San Bias
Shores Subdivision on St. Joe
Point.
4. Lots at St. Joe Beach. 75X150.
1 block from water. Convenient
terms. -
5. Consult us before you build. Coni-


WANTED: Alteration lady. Apply
in person at Stones' Shop for
Men between 8:30 a.m. and 6:00
p.m.
LEGAL AD'rERTISING
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.,,
Donald W. Skipper, Plaintiff,
Va.
Merelyn Mae Skipper, Defendant
DIVORCE
NOTICE TO: Merelyn Mae Skip-
per whose place of residence is'
674 Palm Avenue, Lot No. 1, Imper-
ial Beach, California.
*On or before the 24th day of Au-
gust, A.D., 1959 the defendant,
Merelyn Mae Skipper is required
to serve upon Hon. Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., Plaintiff's Attorney, whose ad-
dress is 221 Ried Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, a copy of and file with
the Clerk of said Court, the original
of an answer to the Bill of .Com-
plaint filed against her herein.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 20th day
of July, A. D., 1959.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court.
(SEAL) 4t-7-23
itc
Notice of Fictitious Name
Notice" is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring :to. engage in
business under the fictitious name
of GULF COAST MANUFACTUR-
ING COMPANY in the City of Port
St. Joe, Florida, intends to register
the said -name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Gulf County, Flor-
ida. 4t,7-23


struction, financing, everything ALEX L GRONE
arranged for you. --
FOR RENT: Building at 408 Reid Notice of Fictitious Name
Ave. Excellent location. Notice is hereby given that the
FOR SALE: 2 cottages at Beaconundersigned, desiring to engage In
Hill. Adjacent to highway. business under the fictitious name
41 PRIDGEON AG NCY of NATIONAL RADIO of PORT
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741 ST. JOE in the City of Port St. Joe,
Florida, intends to register the said
MEXICO BEACH REAL ESTATE name with the Clerk of the Circuit
' 2 bedroom block house, furnished Court oL-Gulf-County, Florida.
cypress paneling throughout. Wood MARTIN J. BEGLEY, Jr.
floors, lifetime asbestos roof. $7,- ROBERT D. SIDWELL
500.00 total price. Excellent terms -
t, right party. STATE -ROAD DEPARTMENT
Pargain. 75 x 100 ft. lot, paved of FLORIDA
street 500 ft.. from beach. $1,000.00 SPECIAL TRAFFIC.
telmra.to Wult REGULATIONS
Gulf Front Lot. Resale $3,000.00, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
66x80 ft. That the State Road Board at its
Nice Duplex.on US 98, $13,000.00 meeting of July 16, 1959, gave con--
Good year round income. sideration to the requests relating
CHARLES M. PARKER to special traffic regulations and
-Reg. IReal Estate Broker in each case made a review of the
Ph. BAll 9-1121 Port St. Joe, Fla. traffic investigation report, along
Mail: address: Mexico Beach Sta., with the recommendations of -the
Panama City, Florida engineer at the location or loca-
Never a drowning from undertow tions described below:
MEXICO BEACH. County of Gulf, Road 30, Section
25 miles Southeast of Panama City- 51010 in Port St. Joe from SLD
MP 13.186 to SLD MP 14,230, dis-
tance 1.045 mi., 45 MPH speed
FOR SALE: A large three bedroom zone.
house in Ward Ridge with 1358 On motion duly made and second-
sq. ft. of living area plus porch, car- ed, the above traffic and speed
port and very large utility room. regulations were determined to be
This isa new house with hardwood reasonable and necessary upon the
floors, ceramic tile bath. If you basis of the engineering and traf-
need a large well built home see fic investigations, and authority
this before you buy. Only $12,750. was therefore given for the estab-
FOR SALE: A well built- three lishment of same and the placing
bedroom house on large lot in of the -proper marking and signs
White City. To sell for $5,200.00: as indicated; also, for the elimina-
FOR SALE: 2 two bedroom house: tion of existing controls where this
in White City. Only $4,000. 2t is indicated. -
FRANK HANNON JOE GROTEGUT
Registered Real Estate Broker Chairman


Ph. BAll 7-3491 221 Reid Ave.
FOR SALE: Portable Singer sew,
SIng machine, and Simmons hide-.
a-bed sofa with innerspring mat-
tress. 112 Bellamy Circle. B. T.
Ryals. tfc-7-9


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FOR SALE: 150 foot frontage on
Dead Lakes, 5 room concrete
block house, 18x25 ft. storage and
work room, 150 ft. dock, barbecue.
$15,000. Half down, can be financed
W. S. Smith, Box 375, Wewabitchka
Florida.
FOR SALE
St. Joe -Beach. Some fine home
sites left in this. rapidly growing
area. Down payments start at $50.
Remainder in small monthly install-
ments.
Mexico Beach. Choice. lots in
this section for a home or beach
cottage. Terms can. be arranged to
fit your budget.
2 bedroom concrete block house.
Third lot from the water, complete-
ly-furnished. Priced at .6.500 forA
quick sale.
FOR RENT
2 bedroom unfurnished -house in
Port St. Joe. $35 a month.
COASTAL 'REALTY COMPANY
WILLIAM' J. RISH, Broker
6 RUTH C. SOULE, Salesman
Phone BAll 7-4061
-FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on
large' corner lot in Oka Grove.
Call Bill Humphrey at 7-2241. tfc
-FOR SALE: 1956 Dodge station wa-
gon. Phone 7-3131. 2tc-2-30
FOR SALE: Store display model,
Norge dispensomat fully automa-
tic washer, Beg. $(99.95. Now only
$299.95 and your old washer. MO-
DERN FURN. CO. tfc-2-30
TAKE UP PAYMENTS on Norge
10 cubic foot refrigerator. MO-
DERN FURNITURE CO. tfc-7-30
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


Modern Post Office

Shown To Rotary
Ray Smith, postmaster of Pan-
ama City presented the program
to the Port St. Joe Rotary Club
last Thursday at noon. Smith' pre-
sented a film produced by the post
office department made in the most
modern post office in the nation,
Washington, D. C.
The movie dealt with the theme
of the post office department mov-
ing out of the antique age to the
mechanized -age. Smith said that
some of the machines for handling
mail will be used in most of the
post offices in the nation in the
next few years.
The new machines for handling
mail used electronics extLesively
to read addresses, sort mail and
handle parcels and bags of mail.
In a short address, Smith praised
postmaster general Arthur Sum-
merfield for his work in the postal
service. He said that Summerfield
has inaugurated the practice of hir-
ing people for key positions in the
department who have vast exper-
ience in -their field, such as trans-
portation, routing, cost, etc.
This practice has resulted in the
streamlining and the cutting of cost
in handling mail.
Smith said that there are now
56 billion pieces of mail handled
annually by the post office depart-
ment with this total rising every
day.
Smith said that studies are now
being made to provide over night
mail service to any part of the
United States. He also said that
studies were presently being made
to improve mail connections in the
Port St. Joe area.
Guests of the club were Fred
Stanford and Dr. Henry Langston
of Apalachicola; Mark Kerr, Cas-
torville, California; Herbert Guer-
ry of Savannah and Bill Winters
of Port St. Joe.


San Bias Story
(Continued From Page 1)
important, being the first station
to pick up a launch after it leaves
the pads at Eglin. The station uses
radar and radio tracking devices
and also is equipped with cameras
to picture -the missile in flight. By
illustration, he said the cameras
were so powerful -that they had tak-
en a picture of the St. Joe Paper
Company from the Cape San Bias
installatoin and the magnification
was so great that just one small
portion of the smoke stack filled
up an -eight- by ten inch picture.
He said the cameras were capable
of taking a portrait from across
-the bay.
At present 'there are two sites
at Gape San Blas, the permanent
installation which has just finished
construction -and a temporary in-
stallation near the Coast Guard
station. This temporary installa-
tion is manned by about 55 men
and its operations will be transfer-
ired to the permanent site. Mefford
said that Port St. Joe has received
a vote of commendation by the em-
ployees of the temporary station.
The 55 employees were given their
choice of any of. the down range
stations or up-range stations as a
permanent position. Some of these
stations are in some large towns
with a lot going on. But all ex-


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rHM -TAi Rort t. Jsl, PA THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1969


cept eight voted to stay right here
in Port St. Joe labeling it the most
friendly town they had ever been
In.
Mefford stated that by the first
of the year -the installation will
probably have around 100 men in
residence here and no estimate
has been made -as to the eventual
manpower that the station will re-
quire.

Returns To jacksonville
Miss Pat Nall returned to her


Vacationing
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Fox and
family are spending their vacation
In Chicago, Ill., visiting friends and
relatives.
On Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Elley are
spending their vacation in St. Au-
gustine with friends -and relatives.
Visiting In Perry
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Clark are
visiting in Perry.


home in Jacksonville Sunday after
visiting her' grandmother, Mrs. I; Spending Week In Ala.
C. Nedley for several weeks. She Rev. and Mrs. E. 0. Bradley and
-was accompanied by Miss Linda children are visiting this week in
Price for a week's vacation. Millry, Alabama.

















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