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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: August 20, 1959
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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TWENITY-SECONDYEAR


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by Wht..EY R. RAMSEY

Of course we knew that Star
classified ads were 'midget Invest-
ments. with giant returns" all the
time. But two customers were as
convinced as we are last week.
Jake Mouchette over at the Mo-
tel St. Joe begged us to take his
ad out last week. He was advertis-
ing a house for sale at White City
and he was flooded with inquiries
to buy.
He even' threatened to buy some,
more houses to sell.
And then Mrs. LeGrone, who has
been advertising for personnel for
a. new garment manufacturing- com-
,pany ahe and her husband are start-
ing, had a similar experience.
"Please take It out", she said, "We
can't possibly b hie all the people
who have applied".


First Graders Will S

Wednesday, August

School will begin for first -grad-
ersi on August -26, as they report
for orientation and readiness test-
ing.
Those first grade students who
registered- this spring have. been
notified by card the date on which
to report to the school. The stu-
dents not receiving any notifica-
tion will report at 9:00 a.m. Au-
gust 28 at the Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School.
It is very important for the stu-
*dents to report as directed in. or-
der to insure proper testing proce-


Highland View

School Registering


Then, too, last week The Star
was the recipient of 24 calls (we All beginners in school this year
counted them) about a house for who will go to school at the High-
rent. Whoever called in the ad for- land View Elementary School, must
got to give their name,, address or register on or before August 28.
telephone, and. we didn't notice 4it First- grade students from the
------ .. .- beach areas and Overstreet will at-
-until ,the phone calls beg&n 4o
e .. .'-; tend this school. It will be neces-
If hat party still has the house, ary for you to pick up your health
we will run the ad again for free record to take t your hsian r
--provided they give us their phone the clinic when you get your- com-
number, address, etc. plete physical examination. A new
pupil must also bring his birth cer-
We have a bone -to pick with tificate or other legal data.
rock and roll. Up to now, we have Elementary students living at
just ignored -this slam, bang stuff the beach or -Overstreet who. have
they generously label "mnuic". But not previously at-tended this school
the R and R writers have .now should register -during thisperiod.'
: For.six weeks first and sceond
read-. on sacred od gradds- will get out at 1:00 p.m.
They have applied the R and R The bus will leave the school about
treatment to otherwise beautiful 1:15 -p.m. Bus students from other
music. grades will be'able, to leave 4t ap-
For Instance, last weekwe beard proximately 3:00 p.n. '..
the R and R adultteiated versions :- Lunches will be available.: The
or _"Alwaye, "StardftEm" a9a4 '"La- .
o r A ys at" a- prices-will begin at. 2.1. An LDncrepa
vendor Blue ". .. in-prtcB may be a ,necessity. ""
flow far wil-4ese^Saople go?, a- a *
Will they stop -4.n0 iing? ,
Pom-"Houo thI In sank
i,;- .. ..>" ,^...- ,.. 1, .me-, 1,-" -
Mrs. Margaret Bgs' calTed us k I Pn ft
up last week .to take us to task hU ItS OWn Plant
Mir using the wrong tense of a verb.. -
We blamed the former Miss Non- A leak'in the largest thickner
nie Elkins, now MtS.-Nonnie-Zieg- tank at Michigan Chemical Cor-
ler of Havana for failing`to do-her portion plart here in Port St. i,
duty by us back 'when the two 'Joe has, temporarily suspended
stdry grammar school building was operations. Company officials-es-
red and housed- hih- school stu- timate repairs will be complete
de~nts.- -- in six days.
"Split infinitives I can stand", The leak occurred about 1:00
said the groaning English teacher, p.m. Sunday; August 16 when the
"but -please watch- your verbs. My tank was first put into operation.
English students ,tell: me I am- No product was lost. A thorough '
wrong when theT-'see it in The 8tar examination of the tank reveal-
lik it hat'". :- ed the retaining walls were un-
We appreciate the students' loy- damaged. The tank.was approxl-
alty and Mrs. Biggs solicitude and lately two thirds full- of sea wa-
ill kep an eagle -eye out for suoh ter when the leak occurred. The 0
mis-cues in the future, tank holds around three million


THE


THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1959


tart Classes On

t 26, Says Richards

dure and placing of children.
The staff of the Port St. Joe Ele
mentary School is complete. This
is the first time a faculty group]
has been complete on the first day
of pre-school planning in ten years
The faculty is busy during this
pre-school planning period making
schedules, setting policy, checking
inventories, reviewing pupil rec
ords, selecting teaching aids, es
tablishing objectives and many
other activities.
Pup.il placement will be made
Wednesday, August 19. Parents
will. be notified of this placement
as soon as it is possible.
Room assignments will be posted
on teachers doors also.
If here are any probilems- con-
nected with any pupil that *the
school authorities should know
about, please drop by the office of
the principal.
Schedule for the first six.weeks
will- be as follows: School begins
at 8:25 for all grades. The first d
second grades will be dismissed at
1:00 p.m., third grade will be dis-
missed at 2:00 p.m., fourth, fifth
and sixth grades dismiss at 2:40
p.m.
School lunch will be served the
first day of school on August '31,
and the price will remain the same
as last year, 30c.


STAR


MONEY TALKS-Let's kp ,
it where we can speak wi liTt
once In awhile-Trade with
your home town merchants
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Tommy Owens Says Local Schools Will

Open Shop This Year With Full Faculty


Gulf County Superintendent of
PublicInstruction told the Kiwanis
Club Tue-day that the School bud-
get for Gulf County would receive
an increase in millage -this year.
The School Board has asked for
the legal limit of millage to finance
the school system' this year. The
bud-r.-et for the coming year calls
for an expenditure of $992,93S.00.
Of this amount $616,938.00. will
come from State and Federal funds.
Owens said that the State Leg-
islature was "very good to the
schools, I think". He was inferring
that the schools had received most
all the funds they had asked for
from the Legislature. He was es-
pecially grateful for the continu-
ance of- the construction money al-
loted by the state for building pur-
poses based on the schools Increase
in average daily attenfdanme


Owens -says the Gulf County
Schools, will begin operation this
year with ,a balance -of $85,958.00
on hand from last year's budget.
O the $992,440.00 to be received


4 gallons of water., from taxes, state and federal gov-
a The. cause of the leak has not eminent, $916,246.00 will be bud-
uth Hit y Car been determined. geted to be spent in -the coming
At M xi Ba h year. The remainder will be carried
-At Mexi o Bea h W i Wi over to begin next year with:
Wedding ast Will Owens said that the increase
James Dallas Finch, eight year T M nda y in-millage was necessary, to get
old son of Mr., and Mrs. Martin eearse onay matching money and to equip the
Finch of Wausau received a broken new rooms now being constructed
sam and, bruises about !the head The cast of the Womanless Wed- at the Port St. Joe High School
-0"' body last Saturday afternoon ding will ,practice Monday night at He pointed out that while the state
about 6:00 p.m. at Mexico Beach 8:00 p.m. at the Elementary School. i pays the county $200 per" 'ear for
when he was struck by a car driv- A last -dress rehearsal will then be 'each pupil increase -in average
en by Tommy Thornton,. held next ,Thursday night at .the daily attendance, the money must
.Yeg Fincoh was rushed to the same time .and place. be matched with local funds. He
Municipal Hospital here -in Port St. The local 'hilarious version of a said the current school construe-
-Joe tor treatment where he is re- womanless wedding- is being ,pre- ,tion will reduce the building fund
ported to be recovering. pared for showing next Friday ,to around $3,000.00 which must be
The lad was visiting-,his sister night at 8:00- p:m. at the Elemen- replenished to make use of the
and family, Mr. -and Mbs.. Willard tary School. All proceeds will go state money to come in.
0. ZSmith at iexico Beach at the- to the Gulf County Chapter of the Owens s-aid the school system
time of the accident. American Cancer. Society. woul .a .... me- ,I,. a..


J. C. Martin Appointed By Governor To

Small Claims Court Judge Position-

J. C. (Chris) Martin was appoint- .
ed last week to fill -the office of
Judge of -the Small Claims Court in
Port St. Joe. Martin is filling -the
vacancy left by the death of B. B. .' ,
Conklin. -
Martin is a long time resident ..." -.
of Port St. Joe. coming here in
1934. H:e operated the first furni-
ture store in Gulf County and has
been connected. with. several local
businesses since that time. .
Judge Martin. says. that he plans
to make the office he -holds effec-
tiye both for the. business man and .
.th purchaser and asks the coop-
eration In the operation of. the '
Small Claims Court,
Judge'Martln has offices in the
Coatin Building on Monument Ave- "
D@. J. C. (Chris) MA TIN


this year, in spite of the fact that
the increase is greater than in sev-
eral years. The school system ex-
pects ai enrollment increase of
around 10 percent. The average in-
crease in years past, has been from,
,three to five per cent.
Owens said that a full faculty
was on hand for all the county
schools except the Wewahitchka
school, which is two short.
While painting a rosy picture for
this year, with' a little straining at
the purse strings, he said next year
may catch -us "flat footed" due to
the increase of Cape San Blas per-
sonnel. "We have used up our re-
sources to date and any unexpect.
ed increase next year may have us
pulling hair". Owens indicated htat
the hair would be pulled and the
crisis met somehow, if it -came
about.

Visits ,Mother
Mrs. Sam Bruno of Alexandra,
La., visited here with her mother,.
Mrs. W. J. Daughtry -and her bro-
ther B. F. Daughtry and family.


NUMBER 47


High School To

Open August 31

Port St. Joe High Schools
- will open for class work for pu-
s pils Monday morning, August 31,
p at 8:35 a.m. All pupils will re-
y port to the gymnasium at that
time to receive class assign-
s ments. "
g It is requested that all new
g 'pupils who were not in attend-
- ance the second semester of last
- school year in the Port St. Joe
y school area register before Au-
gust 31.
e The above request is -made be-
s cause of the fact that the school
t is having to abide by the Pupil
Assignment laws of the state of
I .Florida, and registering in a
school- for the first time has be-
- come quite a lengthy procedure.
If new-pupils Will register be-
- fore August 31, they will be able
to be assigned to classes right
along with the previously regis-
tered pupils.
The office of the: principal will
be open from 8:00 to 3:30 p.m.
each day for the purpose of regis-
tering new puplfs.
-
PTA EXECUTIVE BOARD
WILL MEET AUGUST 26
An Executive Board meeting of
the Elementary PTA will' be held
at the Florida Power lounge on
August 25 at 8:00- p.m.


Tappers To Tour

Iron Curtain Area


Rotar Told OUA What is the Russian substitute
Ro ry To for grits, sweet potatoes: and cof-
B I_ A -- : fee breaks?, -- : "
Boo00kies Operate Those are a few of the qusetions
-' George and .Amy Tapper of Port
George Owen, Assistant Attorney ,-St. Joe will answer in a special
General of the State. of- Florida series 'to. be run-inz-The Star dur-
,presented anp interesting program .in 't4e month. of September. ;- -
to the Rotary Club :last. Thursday. I The a.ppers, and' John B.' c-
Owen, who is connected with the Dermott, Miami Herald Political
suppression of illegal bookmaking Editor, and approximately 10 other
at Florida race tracks gave' the news media representatives will
club a few examples of the type leave September 1 tfor a month-
work he does, long Iron Curtain journey.
Owen told the club of some of The tour will include visits to
the clever ways the Illegal' book- London, Berlin (east and west)
makers -.use in getting race infer- Moscow, Leningrad, Uzbekistan,
nation for quick relay all over the .Tbilisi, Kiev, Belgrade and Vienna.
United States. "At $200 a week per' The former Gulf County- senator
-each -of a probably 100 customers, and his wife will file special Arti-
you can see where the 'wire boys' cles with The Star on the greatest
would be diligent in -getting their of Iron Curtain nmysteries--the man
desired information", said Owen. in the street.


Owen gaid the wire boys used-
many devious ways of getting to
use ,phone service, which is de-
nied them' when they are discov-
ered. They will even resort to oap-
ping a private line. "The bookies
use everything from wig-wag, pock-
et radio sets to powerful telescopes
to gain their desired information",
said Owen. He reported that any
public building such as motels, ho-
tels, or other such public'buildings
lose their license when a wire ser-
vice is discovered in their confines.
'The closing up of a few million
dollar hotels has curtailed 'this
practice some, according to Owen,


They will -visit homes, coffee
shops, factories, movie .,houses,
wherever the average Russian ga-
thers lto determine the true picture
of Russian living.
The groe p will leave New York
City September 1 by jet plane to
London where they will immediate-
ly confer with British Foreign Of-
fice officials.
Four days in London will be fol-
lowed by a .three-day visit -to East
-and West Berlin.
After Berlin the group will go to
Warsaw for a tour-day stay.
A. conference with Red Premier
Khrushchev is scheduled for Sep-


Emergency Power Plans Made For

Communications For Rescue Work

Gulf County Civi JDefense Director J. A. Alligood called a
meeting Thursday of all potential disaster workers to line up a
workable plan for Port St. Joe to serve in case of a disaster here.
Plans were made for methods of communication and warning
which would be of vital importance in case of disaster.


This meeting had representation
from a large field of different but


Sheriff Alerted 'For

(Cooked) Chicken Thief

Shades of Sheriff Tate!
Gulf County Sheriff Byrd E. Par-
ker and his deputies now chase
chicken -thieves!
Last Sunday some "Negroes who
were staying at -the Money. Bayou
cottages left -and took with -them
some cooked chickens that -didn't
belong to them.
The operators of .the cottages
called the ,Sheriff's department, not
saying what was taken and asked
that the Negroes be apprehended.
The Sheriff's department took
the Negroes in custody. When -the
nature of the theft was made known
to the Sheriff, he threw his hands
straight .up in the air.
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Negro Baptizing

Stopped By Law
Trouble between the races was
on edge here Sunday when Sher-
iff's Deputy Jimmy Barfield broke
up a Negro baptizing near Palm


He told of one Instance where
Sire o i one ysance wnere member 12 after which the group Point Sunday. Barfield saw the bap-
the wire service boys had installed will leave for Leningrad, returning tizing taking place in -the bay and
an automatic relay radioin the atto Moscow September 16 tor a four- told the congregation to move on.
tic of a. motel, undevicenown placed o n day stay. The Negroes complained to local
owners. The device was placed on Moscow will be followed by a city authorities of the incident.
a heat pad, -to make the senderre- tour of Uzbekistan in Central Chief of Police H. W. Griffin said
ceiver ready for instant use. ?hey Asia, a trip to Tbilisi, capital of that the Negroes had been baptiz-
had rented the room below the de- Georgia, and a three-day stay in the ing in the same spot for years nad
vice, but no one was in the room industrial city of Kiev. no complaints had been made be-
to arrest. The signal p oket radio The group will leave Russis Sep- fore and he felt that the differences
the device by a pocket radio and timber 26 for Belgrade and Vienna could be ironed out now.
tomato y delayed it to a d eandreturn to New York October 1 The Palm Point location does
sal point. not come under the jurisdiction of
Owen said the wrk was inter- TO CHURCH SUNDAt ." local police.


esti.ng work that requires a con-
-stant vigil to keep up with these
clever men out to make an Illegal
buck.
Guests of the club were Dr. Du-
rant of Marianna and Billy Buz-
zett of Apalachicola.
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Adult Classes Begin

September 14

H, F. Ayers, director of the Adult
School in Port St. Joe announced*
.this week that the adult classes
will start on September 14.
Any adult who would like to at-
,tend evening or night clauses earn-
ing a high school diploma should
contact Mr. Ayers at once.
All classes will be limited in
number. Those seeking 'a high
school diploma .will have prefer-
ence.


THRIFT SHOP NEEDS CLOTHING

FOR NEEDY STARTING TO SCHOOL

Operators of the Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Shop re-
mind. the people of Port St. Joe that the Thrift Shop is in
need of back to school clothing articles for children of all
ages.
The Thrift Shop committee points out that they serve
a definite need in the plans of several needy families in
providing good, inexpensive clothing for children that
otherwise would not have enough of the necessary cloth-
ing which which to begin school.
If you have any clothing that would serve this pur-
pose that you no longer, need, you are urged to call Mrs.
L. S. Bissett, Jr., Mrs. W. 0. Anderson or Mrs. Basil Ken-
ney and these ladies will see that the clothing is put to
good use.


closely related organizations in
community service, and especiallyy
-the rescuel" pbase f community
service. Tom, S. Coldewey. Red
Cross Disaster Chairman, explained-,
his organization and how it would-
function. He explained that all of
the Red Cross, from the survey
crews, transportation and service
crews would be on hand- it ever
needed. George Cooper, chairman
of the Gulf County Commission
made available all of the county
equipment for clearing, draining
and transportation, plus the County
Court House -as a shelter it needed.
City Commissioner R. H. Ellsey
informed the meeting the City
would cooperate with everything
-they have at their disposal in any
emergency. The CI.ty Hall will be
used as headquarters in event of
emergency.
Marty Begley and Bob Sidwell
told the group that the services of
Radio Station WJOE would be
available for warning service and
instructions to the people in case
of emergency.
P. M. Schuchart, communications
chief of the Civil Defense organi-
zation in Gulf County explained
how the telephone company would
continue to operate in any emer-
gency with equipment left oper-
able.
A. P. Jackson and Durel Brigman
each explained 'the operations of
-the 'ham' radio club and how with
emergency power, which that club
has been developing over the past
few months, could keep all units
working in the field informed and
also direct rescue work from their
emergency headquarters. These
headquarters have already been
set up by the 'hams' and emergency
power arranged for.
It was discussed and agreed that
certain places in the Port St. Joe
area will have poles erected tor use
as antennas for the ham radio op-
erators.
While these elaborate measures
are being made under the cover of
Civil Defense program in Gulf
County, all arrangements are being
made so that such an elaborate as
must be organized for Civil Defense
may also be used during hurri-
canes and other acts of God. Here-
to-fore, some rescue operations
have been carried out during -hurri-
canes by several different organi-
zations, but a pooling of resources
has never taken place.
All arrangements are -under way
now -to provide definite shelters,
power sources, etc., for a practice
disaster drill with all facilities ac-
tually working possibly by the last
of August.


Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley""Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the


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DISASTER WORKERS-left to right, A. P. Jackson, amateur radio operators; P. M. Schuchart, telephone
communications; George W. Cooper, Chairman Board of County Commissioners; R. H. Elizey, City
Commission; T. S. Coldewey, Red Cross Disaster Chairman; Durel Brigman, Amateur Radio Disaster
Chairman; C. R. Lamberson, Assistant Civil Defense Director; J. A. Alligood, Civil Defense Director;
Marty Begley, Assistant Red Cross Disaster Chairman; Bob Sidwell, Early Warning Radio. (Star photo)



Civil Defense and RedCross



Set Disaster Plans for City









Gulf Coast Community College To Set

New High In Enrollment This Fall

Enrollment at,- the Gulf Coast 24 which is the date for all new
Community College will hit a new students to report for Orientation
high this Fall If the number of corn- and Registration.
pleted applications now on -hand is Returning day division students
any indication, it was announced will report -to the college on Thurs-
by Rlegistar, Harry N. Murphy. dya, August 27 at 8:30 a.-m. for
Completed applications of fnew registration. Returning evening di-
studen-ts are 75 er cent higher than vision students will register at 6:00
for the same period last year. It p.m. on Wednesday, August 26.
is not anticipated that there will Both day. and evening classes
be an overall -increase of 75 per will begin on August 31.
cent but .advanced registration fig-
urea sdo- indicate a substantial Oklahoma Visitors
Growth for 1959-60. The final en-
rollment is expected to be between Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ramsey
425 and 450 students in regular col- of Bristow, Oklahoma. are visiting
lege classes and more than 1,000 Mr. and Mrs. Ed *Ramsey and Mr.
in short courses and special com- and Mrs. Wesley Ramsey this week.
munity service programs.
Students attending Gulf Coast C. Pridgeons
for, the first time should' secure the Mr. and Mr.s Harold Klrkland
,.application papers from the Regis- from Acme, S. C., left Wednesdayy
trar's Office and have them com- after visiting- Mr. and .Mrs. S. C.
P. lted. and returned prior to August Pridgeon at- White City.




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Stone Having

Clearance Sale
. Stones' Shop for: Men is, featur-
ing .their final sale of summer :mer-'
cnandise ,this week featuring dras-
tic,reductions of all sumnier mer-.
chandise to clear, the shelves for
new tall merchandise arriving daily.
'Owner-manager Jesse V. Stone
says that all summer items have
reduced, many as much as 50 .per-
cent. 'Compare--theoe- savings with
our policy of bringing, only top-
name merchandise to Port St. Joe
and. you .willt reap un-heard-of bar-
gatis by shopping now", said Stone.
Jesse says he. caint store this pmer-
ch-andisa.luntil nextnyear. However,
a purchase of these 4tems now will
put you in style for -next spring
'and summer satup to-ihalf the cost.
A look at the -prices at Stones' will
aaoUrOai_'QUrthat, you caan outfit the
man. of.your 'house fros- head to
'toeo and from theyskin out.
qi.esaasays ha.hates totake teU
-licking: on..thls- summer, merchan-
d41i'4but.'is-fferifng it to. you-,o
bul4 goqd '.wil..andr- 9ave 'his cup.
tomers money.
He oemlinds you' to bring yoffr
pocketbook along aj all 'mneychan-
dise-'going at such savings will e
sold for cash- only.
' The sale- Will l-Ist today, Friday,
Saturday- and .Monday. adv
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YOU h' B.OOD -PIESSU-E
The sphygmomanometer i. the.''
instrument for measuring bl dL-o:1
pressure-iii the arteries. It n- ...
sists of a' rubber cuff which is
placed around, the *arm a- .e e
the elbow and inflated with ,ir-
Sbymeans of a rubber bulb at-g-
tached to the cuff by a-tub-. .,
'. Th6!bulb .is squeezed.continu- -
ausly. until pulsations are noL
longer heard through a stethoo-:.
,-scope placed over the artery in-bo
,;..;iside. the-bend of- the-; elbow,,,
T ,?heni the, air .is gradually let out
of the cuff until a pulsation is.
heard. The point on the ;dial,-
at this '-moment indicates 1 the.
.->:t-.ystolic blood. -pressure, which.
is the-. pressure exerted whenv
the heart is, contracting. -o
As more air"is released, aj-
change -occurs in.'the:-sound of,.
:* ,the..,piulsations, -and that -point
.. on the,, dial.:indicates. the: dias-1,
.tolic, pressure, .or the .pressure-'
''-e heart exerts between beats
when it is- comparatively re-..
laxed. The difference between
.. the two is the pulse pressure, -
ithe., extra- pressure. exerted on
the artery walls on each pulsat-
i tion.
There, are charts to show
average normal blood pressure
ati different, ages. A report; of
r normal blood, pressure is usually
considered by the patient as
s -ynqnymous with good health.
":-Blood .pressure rises during ex-
,ercise,-excitement or after smok-
., ing and drinking.; -Many persons
manifest high blood pressure
through anxiety as when they
are .being given a physical ex-
amination for insurance, work
or ..military service.
So-called, normal blood pres-
s" ure_ can- best be maintained
,o.,with.such. simple rules-asproper'
dieti adequate rest, sleep and
exercisee 'and control of emo-
-L'ions. ,Continuously. abnormal
Blood -pressure, however, indi-
* cates a need for correction and
aiphysician should be consulted-
-to .find the cause.


^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^. -. '

.Mr. and; Mrs, .Jamesk; Haywood
Giriiner .annTiunce~f .itihe birth orf a


of a son, Donald' Edward, August
13.
Mr.. and Mrs. Donald C. Levens
of Highland View announce .the
birth of a son, Keith AAlele o- Au-
gust 12.
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Roberts
of 205 9th St., announce .th-,birth
of a son, James .Bentley, Jr., on


bab ..........-. L -iec.W&..- August 14. :
baby glrl-RBhonda .Lennleee on Au- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blair Shu-
gust 16. ford, Jr., announce -the birth of, a
SMr. and Mrs. Donald Q. ,Hand of son, Richard Blair, Jr., on August
310 lola Street,-announce the.birth 18.


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August 31
, Open ...... Sept. 1
,Open--------------Sept. 1
MRS. CHARLES BROWN
MRS. HELEN KILBOURN .
MRS. TERESA JOHNSON


Marietta graduated from Baylor
May 29,. 1959 with a Bachelor of
Arts degree and was awarded a
teaching assistantship in the Bay.
for English Department to do grad-4
ua'te work. She will remain in Wa-
co to teach freshman English as
she resumes ,her graduate studies
toward a Master of Arts degree. af-
ter the trip to Glorieta.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


First Baptist

WMU Meets

The First Baptist WMU met at
-the church *Monday afternoon at
3:00 p.m. for a stewardship pro-
gram with 11 members present.
The meeting was opened by -all
*singing "Trust, Try -and Prove
Me". Mrs. L. W. Cox led in prayer.
T h e Association Stewardship
Chairman, Mrs. James Horton of
White City, proceeded with teach-
ing the second and third chapters
of the stewardship book, "Sadrizc
fice and Song". The theme of the6
second chapter was "Joy In Faith-
ful Christian Stewardship". The
third chapter theme was "The Joy
of A Consecrated Life".
The meeting was dismissed -with
prayer by Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr.
MARIETTA CHAFIN TO
ATTEND STUDENT RETREAT
- Miss Marietta Chafin has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Chafin for the past ;several
weeks. She left Monday of this
week -for Waco, Texas, where she
will join other Baylor students to
go 'to Glorieta, New Mexico, where
they will attend the Baptist Stu-
dent Retreat at the Baptist Assem-
'bly here. -On the return trip to Wa-
co, they will visit Carlsbar Caverns
and other points of interest.


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5TH1 STAR, Port St. Jo, FI tHUSDAY, AUGUST 20, 5 ANUTES OF TH4 b747.00 to $142,191.06
-- ----- N O Reserve for Contingencies from
COUNTY COMMISSION $7,187.00 to $7,110.00. a
:" Peach er Total, budget trom $163,934.00 to, 1
Cobb.l..,... Wewahitchka, Florida $162,307.00. f n a -

ohes Board ofCounty oom mis-ceipt s: OPICS
T Bro ot m Taxes, from-$69,214.00 to $67,310.
sioners of Gulf-County, Florida, met Total Estimate fo Recipts from
this date in regular session with $127,553.00 to $125,649.00.
the following members resent Less 5% from $6,377.00 to ,282. A Service of Yoir Doctor of Medicine
.. George W. Cooper, Chairman, E. 95% of Estimated Receipts, from Your Local Medical Society and the
C. Harden, Sr., A. J. Strickland, $121,176.00 to $119,367.00. Florida Medical Association.
tColeman W. T hape Sheriff, Attorneyox- Balance to be Brought Forward, WHAT IS A
ii., ton. The Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, from $42,758.00 to.
ginger, oad Superintene t Total Estim ated Receip sand HYPOCHONDRIAC?
i R Mosquito Control Supervisor were Balance from $ o $ 3 0 t 162
also present. Balance from $163,934.00 to $162,- The hypochondriac is a dis-
307.00. turbed and frustrated individual,
The meeting came -to order *at Whereupon, there were no oom- The medical definition 'of hvpo-
1 9 o'clock A.M. plaints from the public is to the chondriasis is morbid anxiety
C .. The minutes of July 6, 14, and Budget. about the health, often associ-
', k 20 were read, -approved and adopt- Upon motion ,of Commissioner ated with an imagined disease.
-"--' '---- "% ed. Croxton, seconded by Commission- The hypochondriac is in ai con-
Mr. Joseph K. Whitfield, Chair- er Tharpe land unanimously car- tinual state of worry about his
man, Board Public Iffstruction of tried, the budget for the fiscal year health out of all proportion to
i Gulf County appeared before the beginning Ocotber 1, 1959, was ap- his actual physical condition.
S' Board and told of improvements proved and adopted as advertised, Whether he has any real dis-
1r I being planned for the Port St. Joe but with the above changes. ease or not, and he usually does
..*:"i ; Elementary School yard, which in- Whereupon, 'there was a motion not have, the hypochondriac
eludes building up the yard with by Commissioner Harden, second- complains about the condition *
While fresh beaches are n season, delight in the spicyoodness approximately 50 to 60 loads 'of ed by Comm. Tharpe and upon of his health.
biscuIt-topped Peach Cobbler spy goodness of clay. He -then requested the Coun- vote was unanimously carried, t-hat This anxiety may be directed
SP ac Cobbty Commissioners t8 donate the in order to meet the necessary ex- toward any part of the body and
Fresh fruit and berry desserts.win summertime blue ribbons for their peak clay from the County Clay pit and penses .chargeable to the County the symptoms may be of any
flavor. Along with sortakes d pies, be suretotreatyourfamilytofruit to haul it to the school yard and funds, the Board of County Co- kind. Pain, dizziness, insomnia,
gobblers liBaked inindividuas lcasseroles oranch -inchsqobble re pan this d spread it. In a -discussion that fol- missioners of Gulf County, Florida, strange sensations, const action
Baked in individual casseroles or an 8-inch square pan, this hurry-up dessert lowed it was brought out that a hereby declare the tax rae ond fear of contr,:-g s-me
Is most appealing. Sprinkle tangy lemon juice and cinnamon sugar over the lowed it was brought out that a hereby declare the tax rate on the and fear o i contr .ifesta-m
sliced peaches in the bottom of the baking dish. A rich drop biscuit dough con-tractor would charge $12.00 per dollar as set opposite each fund sease are comm-n i anifesta-
tconatadr nactor utldcharge$12.00perdollar-ase tod Te hypochondriac s
made-wiith sugar and egg goes on top of the peaches, load for the clay and the School listed below, and is hereby im- tiois.
Turning out glamorous fruitdesserts Is easy when you use enriched self- Board did not have the funds to posed upon all of the property ly- uThe hypochondriac spends
rising flour. Because the flour miller blends in baking powder and salt, you pay this amount. Whereupon, there ing within the County of Gulf and much time seeking idol at-'
can mix'batters and doughs'for baked foods in a twinkling. t ontin. He is a conti-auE prob-
Fruit desserts made with enriched self-rising flour have important food was a motion by Commissioner State of Florida, on the first day temnto hysicians who recognize
value. Fresh fruits supply vitamins and minerals, and enriched self-rising flour Harden, seconded by Commissioner of January, A.D.; 1959, as follows: the symptohysicians who reach ze
is a good source of three essential B-vitamins, calcium and food iron. Croxton and unanimously .carried, General Fund, 5.3 mills. esyndptoms, and by reassur-
` EAC B that 'the county Road Department" Fine and Forfeiture Fund, 4 mills lea d persuasion a-tcnipt to
FILLINGPEACH COBBLER do the requested work and charge Road and Bridge Fund, 2.5 mills. trovd thers patientout of h in-
N .... .u.a a -. t~l~nthe Board of Public Iostruction. St. Joseph's Fire Control Dist. hondriasis ofthe cause f hpo
teaspoon I namon 1 tablespoon lemon juice one-half.of the .expenses involved. Fund, 0.5 mills. o personality disturbance that
'msaspoun cinnamon -4 ps sisced fresh pecmhrs The Board did 'then call' for a Dead Lakes Water Management may be traceable back to child-
S ombine4 cup sugar and cinnamon, Sprinkle lemon juice and sugar mixture public hearing on the budget for District, 0.5 mills. n-ed.
oVer peaches, Fill well-greassd individual casseroles two-thirds full with peach the year beginning October 1, 1959, Florida State Board of Health, Cncd. ab h
sls .< -. and ending September 30, 1960, as 1.0 mills. ecognizeduniversal psnal
TPPINpublished in the Gulf Couty total, 13.8 mills. characteristic of the hu race.
1 cupsiftedenrichedselfrlsn fir 3tablespoonsbutterorma rine Breeze and The Star. Hon. Samuel A. Patrick present- Peasonable concern for one's
Scup sugar rntablespoons butter or marin The Board announced that it ed a ditch easement to the County, alth is normal and natural,
1 teaspoon grated lemon rind -3tablespoons milk would reduce two expense items on the same being in Section 31, T5S,! specially when there is illness.
Sift flour and 3 tablespoons of the .,ar into mixing bowl. Stir in lemon rind the General Fund budget, thereby R11W. After discussion said ease- everyone knows that poor
Cut or rubbutter or margarine .nto flot r until mixture is crumbly. Combrne reducing the totals of the..estimat- ment was accepted and ordered health may prevent a pr son
egg and milk, Add to dry ingredients and stir until flour is moistene-I. Drcp l-y ed .expenses and also reducing the recorded. The same is recorded in Trom engaging ini physical, so-
spoonfula over peach slices, Sprinldt remaining sugar over the top. Bake in estimated revenues and receipts, Deed Book 36, page .27. : ial and mental activities. In
mioderetelyhotoven (4000oF.)25-to-30 mt, Makes 6 to individual casseroles. to-wit: Hon. W. L. Fitzpatrick and Gas- "nany cases, when an individual
GENERAL FUND kin Brothers Lumber Company pre- ias difficulties in working out
S'Estimated Expenses: sented the County. -a road R/W run- :he problems of life he looks
r ne Y r Neig County- CommissionerSalary, Ex- ning from SR 386 to Wetappo Creek or an excuse and subconscious-
1e Star Brings News of IYour NeighrIU s Penses, etc., from 14,150.00 to $13,: in Section 26 T5S, R11W. Said ease- y selects a health handicap.
S 600.00. r ment was accepted and ordered re- Mild cases of hypochondriasis
Administrative .Supplies, from corded. The same being recorded tre satisfactorily treated by the
$10,212.00 to $9,212.00. in Deed Book 36, page 28. general practitioner. Severe
WE Total appropriations from $143,- Hon." Harland 0. Pridgeon, Tax casess call for psychiatric help
ARE-YOU -. to overcome this mental fixation.
PRESCRIPTION You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
P A RM A Y "i Collector of Gulf County, Florida,
SAve Church presented his list of,.errors, oi-
Your prescription will be Ong Av Baptist Ch -ncies and double assessments on
Yorpreorptiosr .il br the 1958 intangible personal 0rno-
promptly filled here In otur -c perty tax roll, -in.',he amount of
sparkling clean, modern phar- REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor $3.70. Upon motion of Commission-
macy. Each prescription I SUNDAY SCHOOL 945 er Harden, seconded by Commis-
doubie-cheiaked for accuracy. siOner- Tha.rpe" and duly carried,
In case of any questions we: MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m. said list vas -approved and allow-
all your d ctor. BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m. ed by the Board.
.. ,* ..... ... -E VE NIN WORS "P :0 ---- Commissioner .Tharpe .told the
SDrugs Baby Needs J EVENING WORSHIP 7:80 p.m. Board 'that something ought to -.e
SDr Colo R emedieds u-sY -, g PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m. done to top motorists from speed-
'Cold Remedies ting on e -new Michigan Chemical

Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street plantroad and after'discussing this
SM ITH S S P H A R M ACY Air Conditioned. For Your Comfort ,probenm requested the clerk to
j -/ .V IT- r ... -write .to. .the. State Road Depart-
.. ... .... .... .. X A11 AV l meant and request that a "speed
Jh obrt Sith, Pharmagtil hemist Phone7-5111 VISITORS ALW AYS WELCO E limit"be set or this road and the
Proper sigs placed on the road.
.... The Board direct-ed -the Clerk to
place the follow ng name s on he
County Indigent roll, beginning this


Top hands o:

Ask any trucker who's been over
Wolf Creek Pass, 10,850 feet up
in the San Juans: a 9-mile pull to
the summit and low gear all the
way down. Mr. C: H. Phillips of
Alamosa, Colorado, has a 6403
and a 6503 Chevrolet truck that
are:-up over this route the year
round, taking sheep and beef to
pasture, later marketing.the stock
in Denver. In less than a year,
his Chevy middleweights have
averaged about 50,000 miles of


date:
Mrs. Annie Aman, $12.00.
Mrs. 01la Denton, $15.00.
Mrs. Robert Scott, $15.00.
Mrs. Elizabeth Strength, $10.00.
Upon motion of Commissioner
Stricblland, seconded by Commis-
sioner Harden and -duly carried, -a
hospital bill was approved for Mrs.
Winnie Nunnery in the amount- of
$75.00. -
Commissioner Strickland told the
Board .that -he wanted to 'discuss
the Magnolia Landing 'Road again.
He sald that nothing has been on.
this road since 'the last meeting;
htat the. Board had made another
promise to Mr. Linton -that some-
thing would be done to improve
said road. He' urged the Board to
begin the necessary work on this
road ;ust aS ,soon -as possible. It
wasa announced that work .would
begin on this road sometime iii the
near' future. "
Commissioner Harden discussed
the urgent need for a dirt pit in -he
North end of thA County for use by
the County Road Department. -He
said that Coy Brogdon has .tenta-
tively agreed to sell the county
three acres of good fill dirt for
$300.00. The Board agreed to pay
the $300.00- it Mr. -Brogdon will
sell. '
Commissioner Croxton-told that
the 'people of White City wanted a
survey made of the White City


n high- country hauls!


this kind of treatment-and
they're going stronger than ever,!'
Watch Chevy trucks at work
out in range country. It's a sight
to see the way they pack into
high-up mountain pastures and
handle through brush and rock .
like a cowman's favorite cutting
horse. Take any truck work for
that matter. Chevy middleweights
probably handle a bigger variety
of jobs than any trucks alive.
About anything you name, includ-


ing work that used to be reserved
"strictly for bigger rigs. When a
truck's built the way a Chevy is,
lean-muscled and rawhide-tough,
it takes to ugly trails the same
way most trucks roll over the
highway. It just keeps going,
without a big to-do, but looking
good every mile of the way. How
they do it is your- Chevrolet deal-.
er's department. He'll be glad to
supply details and specifications
on the type of models you need.


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ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
J. BASIL McKNIGHT .-----......- Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
EARLINE SNELL ......-... Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie -and Hosiery
ESTHER TAYLOR MARY REEVES JIMMY STEPHENS


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"This", the salesgirl explained, "is one of our best perfumes.
It's called 'Perhaps' ". "Listen", the youth said, "at a price like that
I want something called 'Pushover'. "
Aren't we all sorta looking for pushovers? Why not? This thing
of living in the jet age (some of us are not so young now) has
enough wear and tear without being bothered too much with the
question of 'perhaps' and 'maybe'. Well, mom, pop and cousins;
down at Boyles Store the matter of getting this Back to School
question economically settled is neither perhaps or maybe. Hon-
estly, it's a hum of savings in every niche and corner. The fact
that your faces have been lighting up after a couple of squints
around the store is proof enough that you'll keep the old Cash
Value Register ringing at Boyles. It's a real down to earth home-
made remedy for our ailments to see you gathering it up and taking
it away! This week we've been on the run back door to let
the freight, express and parcel post man in front door to meet
you! New Back to School merchandise includes Mon-Tog jackets,
pants, and suits for boys 2 to 20; fine quality, exciting. Happ
slacks and jackets for young men all ages, new fall styles In Rand
and Randcraft shoes for sons and pops New U. S. Knit shirts
for men and boys; adorable, tricky Nan Dorsey sweaters for teen-
agers and overteens, scores of cozy, cutie' coats and dresses that
produce 'oh's' and 'ah's' before we get 'em hung; etc. and et cetera
that would easily fill this page. Whew, I'm almost buried in mer-
chandise. Let's come up for air and change the subject with the
experience of the smart guy in a restaurant; Waitress-slapping
the customer: "I'm not the tomato that comes with the 40 cent
lunch". Fellows, here's a ip for us men (Mr. Bowdoin), don't
check my Englishl): Fern Melrose writing in TRAINED MEN
says a woman has four emotional sparks, namely: Romance and
Admiration, Security for herself and Family, Sincerity from others,
and Prestige. She says if we strike the righ "tone we've got it
made. Let's get going today and-we'll be able to sell the little wo,
man a bill of goods ourselves, included!
In closing we want you to know that you can have special
service on special foot problems at Boyles under the personal su-
pervision of this writer. Most any7:size, and desirable styles-can
be had from two special outstanding manufacturers Natural
Bridge for women and 'Bostonians for men. For appointment see
or call Glenn Boyles between 19 a.nr..-and 1 p.m. at BAll 7-4261 or
7-4481. We'll inventory your feet and" guarantee to fit you properly.
We'll assist in relieving your foot aches and save you money .. .
Just give us a chance. Be good to your feet, it's the only part of
"'thea ody on which you stand'and walk. Style illustrations are
-available for fall and winter '59. My shoe schooling is simple: 34
years experience .,. sincere effort. .
S'long. -R.G.B.
P.S.-Personals: (one of my secret, selfish, extravagant am-
bitions:) To smoke imported, -expensive cigars (Happy by ne-
cessity with Florida made two-fors) Smiling, familiar faces from
other places (shopping Boyles): Mrs. E. A. Wright, (formerly St.
Joe's Marjorie Philyaw) now living at Eau Gallie, Fla. Mrs.
Frances S. Lewis (St. Joe's Josephine Grimsley, formerly) now
residing at Ringoes, N. J. Having known these attractive ladles
long before they were married its refreshing and pleasant to
have them pay Boyles a visit. It was also good to see ,Mr. and Mrs.
Baxley, former residents here, now living in Fernandina, Florida.
Be sure to listen over WJOE at 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. Monday through
Friday for happy shopping news from Boyles, your friendly, home-
like store.


area. The attorney advised 'that the before the Board.
County cannot expend County Commissioner Harden offered
Funds on -a survey of this type. the following resolutions and mov-
ed for its ad-option, seconded by
Pursuant to notice published ac- Commissioner Croxton and unani-
cording to law, -the Board 'held a mously adopted.
public hearing on the -application RESOLUTION
of George G. Tapper -and ThomasS. WHEREAS, upon the -application
Gibson, requesting 'the Board to of George G. Tapper Company, Inc.,
establish certain bulkhead line n this Board has been requested to
SSt. Joseph's o complaints brot continuedd on Page 6)
There were -no complaints brot (Continued on Page 6)


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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
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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Road Users Must Pay $7.65 in Extra

Taxes to Finance Inerstate Hiway


DETROIT-A new, "four-in-one" vaccine de-
:signed to simultaneously protect children against
paralytic polio, diphtheria, pertussis (whoop-
Oing cough) and tetanus (lockjaw), is being. dis-
tributed this week throughout the United States.
The vaccine, Quadrigen, reduces the number
of injections required to immunize children
against the four diseases. The result of three
years of intensive research by Parke, Davis &
Company at its laboratories in Detroit, Mich.,
Quadrigen combines polio vaccine with a three-
in-one injection--diphtheria and tetanus toxoids
and pertussis vaccine-now in general use by
physicians.
Production of the vaccine is an intricate pro-
cedure conducted under the most rigid aseptic
conditions and requires a minimum of six. months
to complete one lot.
Each of the four components of Quadrigen-
polio and pertussis vaccines and diphtheria and
'etanus toxoids-is produced separately. After
ach is run through a complicated process that
volves the addition of aluminum phosphate,
,. undergoes rigid testing to insure potency,


safety and sterility. Using a complex formula,
measured quantities (1) of the four components
are pooled in a large stainless steel vat. The
Spooled. material-three months have elapsed up
to this point -is blended and drained into glass!
containers. Samples from each container under-
go further tests, botn by the company and by the
U. S. National Institutes of Health Laboratories.'
Upon receipt of government approval of each
lot-there are approximately 300,000 doses in a
single lot-the packaging operation begins. Vials
containing enough vaccine for nine injections,
are automatically filled (2).
Parke-Davis' constant vigil to assure the qual-
ity and potency of Quadrigefi continues through- i
out this process. One such phase is the inspector
(3) who uses a mirror to double check each vial
of the "four-in-one" vaccine before it'is.packaged.
The vials are then hand-packed into individual
cartons, placed into larger cartons (4) which are
then weighed, inspected, and packaged in still,
larger containers. for swift air-shipment to'
physicians, hospitals and pharmacists through-;
out the United States.


Citizens of Gulf County are
watching the battle over financing
the huge federal interstate highway
program with -more 'than usual, in-
terest. At first. glance, this might
seem strange, since none of the
proposed interstate routes it Flor-
ida will pass -through the county.
TLe only way our people will get
-any benefit from this system is af-
ter its completion when they take
a trip and happen to pass over part
of it.
However, Gulf Sountian's are hav-
ing to pay an 'equal .share of the
bill for these super roads, the same
as. people in the counties where the
roads will be built. The latest es-
timate for the cost 'of the interstate
'system *in Florida alone is some
$930 million. Of this amount, Flor-
'da will put up $93 million 'and'the
federal government $837 million
ander the 90-10 ratio. Of course,
this does not mean that the people
of Florida are getting $837 million
free. Even the money 'for the fed-
eral share must first be collected
in taxes from the people of Flor-
ida and the other *49 states. This is
where 'the rub comes in.
It has been figured that each
road user in the United States
must pay an 'additional $7.65 -per
year in federal taxes for the high-
way trust fund. This includes the
present 3c per gallon federal tax on
gasoline, the 8c per pound tax on
tires, 9c per 'pound on ,tubes, 3c
per pound on retread rubber and
half of the 10% excise tax on trucks
'and busses, as well as a special


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"1HkE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGU, 2i6, 1989


THE STAR
Publluhed Every Thursday Af 306 WIlliams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Flerida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSE Editor and PublUdw
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Oolumnist, Reporter, ProMf Blea
and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, I.00 SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHS *127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Batered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port it. Joe.
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error qr omissions in advertisements, the pabIbU s
do not hold themselves liable for damage further thaD amount received lor
advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word ti thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly eavliaee.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


truck license tag. Over the origin-
al 13-year program it has been es-
timated that each motorist will pay
at least ,$99.27 and trucks will pay
even more than this.
When the federal interstate sy&-
Item was set up in 1956, severe new
taxes were imposed on motorists at
-that time but they were given as-
surances that these taxes would
pay for the whole program in the
long run. However,, here it is only
three years later amd the President
has been asking for a 50% increase
in the federal 'gasoline tax to res-
cue 'the program which is stalled
for lack of funds. So far, both the
United States Senate and the I
House Ways and Means Committee t
have refused to go along with re- 1
quests for an additional 1%c *fed- "
eral gasoline tax. Thye .point iout
that gasoline is already one of the f
most heavily taxed commodities


and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Norton, Jr., from Calhoun, Tenn.

Alabama Visitors
Mr. -and Mrs. W. S. Smith had
as 'their guests last week, Mr. and
Mrs. Billy Coody aid daughter


'anywhere, with the average gallon tOff On vacation Lynn of Birmingham, Ala. Mr. Coo-
of gasoline 'staggerin under 'a 46e Mr. and Mrs. Ted Beard left Sat- dy is Mrs. Smith's brother.
retail sales tax. Gasoline taxes, urday-for a two week vacation. -
incidentally, account for 80% :of all Vacationing In Mountains
the trust fund revenues. So, it is Guests From Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Buttram
4asy to see why the opposition of Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc- and children left Sunday for a week
Florida Congressmen and others to Donald, from Omega, Ga., are Mr. of. camping in the mountains.
'increasing the federal gasoline tax McDonald's sister and brother-in- -
has met with considerable appro- law, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Patrick. LONG AVENUE CIRCLE
val from the people of Gulf county WILL MEET TUESDAY
and 'elsewhere, particularly since Vacationing in Mountains Circle 4 of the Long Avenue Bap-
this county would not receive 'any Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Money and tist Church will meet Tuesday, Au-
direct benefits. from this tremen- son Carl are vacationing in the gust 25 at 8:00 p.m. in the home
dous program. The people are al- mountains, of Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey.
so aware that with the 7c stateI -
tax on gasoline, 'they are already Tennessee Visitors Visiting Relatives
paying 10c tax on -every. gallon they Visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Watts Mrs. H. L. Ford is visiting rela-
buy. They also know that if the ad-I Sr., last week were their daughter tives in Tallahassee this week.


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ministration would agree to stop
'he diversion of more than a bil-
ion dollars in automotive 'taxes an-
Lually to the general fund, hte
highway program would probably
finance itself from ,existing taxes.
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sTAR, Iori t. Joe, Pi THURDAY, AUdUaT 20, 1059 -
Smokey Sak i
i(Cor lnued :Frobrn Page 3) R12W, said point of intersection M E
-. ommission.Minutes being 2115.0 feet East of the SMOKEY BEARS
County Commission Minutes ean high water line o St. Jo- WEATHER T4 TS
seph's Bay. (end).
establish a bulkhead line in Jo- ion 2. That a certified copy IFNOWNDSMOKE
of this resolution be forthwith | S FIGHT UP) THERE
seph's Bay offshore of original g3v- transmitted to the Trustees of the WILL BE NO CHANG
eri~ment Lot Seven (7), Section S6, Internal Improvement Fund of .the IN THE WEATHER!
Township 8 South, Range 12 West, State of Florida accompanied by
Gulf County, Florida, according to maps or prints to be prepared or
the public records of Gulf County, approved by the County Engineer
Florida- said application having showing the location of the above
been duly filed pursuant to SeO- described bulkhead line.
tion 253.122, Florida Statutes; and
WHEREAS, .at the public hear- RESOLUTION
ing h6ld this date, of which at WHEREAS, upon the -application ........ ..
least -thirty days' prior notice had of Thomas S. Gibson, -this Board
-been given b publication'for three has been requested ,to establish a '
consecutive weeks in a newspaper bulkhead line in St. JoOePh's Bay r
having general circulation in Gulf offshore of the WY/ of Original SUi4 LATE itreRNooN ..
County Florida (as will' appear Government Lot 2 and all of Origin- trash in late after.
from the' Proof of Publication on al Government Lot 3, Section 22, noon brswhe ortherae is nos latendter-
file 'with this Board) and there be- Township 9 South, Range 11 West, nd
ing no bjeptions thereto, the estab- Gulf County, 'Florida, according to
lishment.of such bulkhead line was the public records of Gulf County,
-approved on recommendation of Florida, said 'application -having
-the County Engineer. been duly filed pursuant to Sec- W of Original Governmnet Lot
the County Engineer.tion 253.122, Florida Statutes; and 2, Section 22, T9S, R11W for a
NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT RE- WHEREAS, 'at the public hearing point of beginning; From this
SOLVUND BY THECOMMISSIBOARDS OF held this date, of which 'at least point of beginning continue the
COUNY COMMISSIONERS OFthirty days' prior .notice had been line (Traverse), last described
'UlFr sesion on tOhis 11 day of given by publication for thtee con- above for 2,032. feet, more or
ul session on thi, as llt ecutive weeks in a .newspaper hav- less, to the point of intersection
August, 1959, as follows: ing general circulation in Gulf with an extension, of the West
Se. lion l.'That subject tto formal County, Florida, '(as will appear line of Original Government Lot
apprOval by the Trustees of the from ithe Proof of Publication on 3, Section 22, T9S, R11W, said
Internal .'Improvement Fund of he file with this Board) and there be- point of intresection being 2,245
State .of Florida, a bulkhead line ing no ,object thereto, the estab- feet North1 of the mean high wa-
'in St. Joseph's Bay offshore Origin- Ilishment of such bulkhead was t&r line of- aid St. Joseph's Bay,
at Government Lot Seven (7), Sec- duly approved on recommendation. Section 2, That -a Certified copy
tion 36, Township 8 South, Range of the County Engineer. of this Resolu iou. be forthwith
12 West, Gulf County, Florida, be NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE. transmitted to the' Trustees of the
and the same is hereby established, SOLVED BY THE BOARD OF Internal Improvement Fund of the
said bulkhead line being described COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF State of Florida accompanied, by
as follows: GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, in reg- Imaps or prints -to be prepared or
Commence at the Northeast cor- ular session on this 11th day of approved by the County Engineer
ner of the South Half of Fraction- August, 1959, :as follows: .showing the location of the above
al Section 2, Township 9 South, Section I.' That subject to for- described bulkhead line. (End).
Range 11 West and. extend a line mal approval by the Trustees of The Farm agent and Health De-
West for 3700.0 feet; then turn 'hte Internal Improvement Fund of apartment filed reports for July and
90 degrees 00' left and extend a the State of Florida, a bulkhead the same were ordered filed.
line South that is parallel to the line in St. Joseph's Bay offshore The bills were presented, examin-
East. Line of Fractional Sections the W% of Original Government ed, approved, and ordered paid.
2, 11 and 14.tor 11350.0 feet; then Lot 2 and all of Original Govern- There being no further liusiness
turn 77 degrees 00' right for 12,- meant Lot 3, Section 22, Township to come before the. Board, the
435 feet; then turn 51 degrees 9 South, Range 11 West, Gulf Coun- meeting did then adjourn.
20' right for 4685.0 feet; then ty, Florida, be and .the same is ATTEST:
turn 34 degrees 00' right for 14,- hereby established, .said bulkhead George Y. Cote Geo. W, Cooper
390 feet, more or less to the line being described as follows: Clerk Chairman
point of intersection, with an ex- Commence 'at the NE corner of
tension of the South line of Ori- the S% of Fractional Section 2,
.ginal Government Lot 7, Section T9S, R11W, and extend a line
36, Township 8 South, Range 12 West for 3,700 -feet; 'then turn
West, for a point of beginning;- 90 degrees left and extend a
from this point 'of beginning con- line South that is parallel to the A
tinue on the line (traverse) last East line of Fractional Sections SSIFE AN
described above for 1385 feet, 2, 11 and 14 for 11,350 feet; then
More or less, to .the point of in- turn 77 degrees 00' right for 3,- Mgdet Inzef.tints Wth
tersection with an 'extension of 607.33 feet, more or less to the
the North line of Original Gov- point of intersection with an ex- w 'Jf RetarW
ernment Lot 7, Section 33, T8S, tension of the East line of the


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J 2Sizes 3 to 6 and 7 to 14
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81 x 99 $2.69

81 x 108 -- $2.98
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Underwear


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U-SHIRTS --------75c
T-SHIRTS ----$1.00
BRIEFS ----- $1.00


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SHORTS 69c
SHIRTS 49c
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T-SHIRTS ------ 69c
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es and two 3-bedroom hou
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S P 7 .teeWitCt.a.Try D ce
tfc $50.00 per month each. tfc-4-16 FOR SALE SIGNS. 10c each. The LOST: Slalom water ski. Lost be- T ry .i.s.
Star. Phone 7-3161. tween White City and Port St.
Ious- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house in Joe Sunday.. Finder contact Ross
ises, Oak Grove. Call Sam Neel at FOR RENT SIGNS. 10c each. The Hudson, Jr., 7-2504. 1tp
See 7-4911 after 7 p.m. tfc-7-30 Star. Phone 7-3161.
All LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
FOR RENT: Furnished house. Four FOR SALE: Wrought iron bunk Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
rooms and bath. Phone 9-5058. In beds. Reg. $129.95. Only $99.95. Fourth St.. meeting night every other .
Highland View. 4tp-8-6 MODERN Furniture Co., Phone Monday.-
MEXICO BEACH: Nice cottages 7-8231, 232 Reid. Ave. F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav.
and apartments by the week or Ing money see us for anything
monht; FOR SALE: 1953 Ranch Wagon. -ou need In your home. BTOP and
ALSO some ideal .lots at Mexico Radio and heater. Phone 7-7281. SWAP SHOP. th
Beach and St. Joe Beach (see ut e i
our large ad in this edition of The FOR SALE: -Simpson computing
Star for -details.) scales, like new $75. 4 ft. meat Keys Made While You Wait
FOR RENT: 4 bedroom furnished box and motor, tor quic sale $100. 35c EACH
house at St. Joe Beach. Beautiful home, 1 block highway BICYCL.EPARTS
COASTAL REALTY CO. frontage at Crystal Lake. Will sell WNYep, they're rugged--cut in real
Wliliam J. Rish, Reg. Broker or trade for in.or near Port St. Joe WESTERN AUTO western style from tug t-
Ruth C. Soule, Reg. Salesman also 5 room farm house with two HUNTING'& FISHING LICENSES estern style from tough, top
116 Mon. Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla. small lakes, sell or trade. Bill Gi- BOATS and TRAILERS grade blue denim, and Sanfor-
PHONE 7-4051 yen, BAll 7-7037 or 7-3983. 4tp-8-20 Reel Parts and Repairs ized to hold their size. We hum
U FOR RENT: Duplp armnt. FOR SALE: A spacious new three hour. Cut your lawn and let me *- es Western Jeas in reg-
SFOR RENT: Duplex apartment. bedroom 'house with oak floors, LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 uar, husky and slim size pr..
$30.00 per month. Highland View tile bath, carport and very large worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf portions to fit all boys... afl ses
near school. Call 75971. ltc utility room at Ward Ridge. Over Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- correctly! Want good-fitting
1 FOR RENT: 3 bedroom furnished 2,000 square feet under one roof. son, Phone 7-7501. thatwear lo n on time 1
house. St. Joe Beach. Call 7-7592 To sell for only $12,75.0. To get l jeans that wear a long, logti
after 4 p.m. or contact J. C. T- more h-use for your money see this R. A. M.-Regular convocation of Coe and ask ,or Z
week at High School. tfc-8-20 before.ou buy. Terms. St. Joheph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
WE HAVE a three bedroom house M.. 2nd and 4th Mondays. All vlsi:-
'FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished and -a -two bedroom house at Ing brothers welcome. Robert L.
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave. White City. These houses are pric- Greamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R.
Phone 7-5771. tfc-8-20 ed to sell and we can assist. you Maige, Secretary.
in 'arranging the financing.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house in A LARGE two bedroom house on LEGAL AD'fERTISING
Oak Gorve. See Woodrow Shoots 100x170 ft. lot on Seventh St. Notice of Fictitious Name
at 615 Garrison. 4tp-8-20 This is an excellent location and Notice is hereby given that the
house has good possibilities with undersigned, desiring to engage in '
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unurnish-. some repairs, business under the fictitious name
ed house at 1111 Garrison Ave. WE ALSO HAVE listings on beach of GULF COAST GARMENT MAN--
Phone 7-2541. Mrs. Beaman, 110 lots at St. Joe Beach, Beacon Hill UFACTURING COMPANY in the
Hunter Circle. tfc-8-20 and a few lots in the City of Port City of Port St. Joe, Florida, in.
SSt. Joe. 2tc tends to register the said name
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom FRANK HANNON with .the Clerk of the Circuit Court
21 attractively furnished a p a r t- Registered Real Estate Broker of Gulf County, Florida. 4tp-8-6
ments. Cool in summer, warm in Ph. BAll 7-3491 221 Reid Ave. ALEX LEGRONE
winter. Gas heat,, window fans. 2
They have to be seen to be appre- iFOR SALE: 2 bedroom .house on Notice of Fictitious Name
ciated. Also nice Trailer parking large corner lot in Oka Grove. Notice is hereby given that the
space. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi- Call Bill Humphrey at 7-2241. tfc undersigned, desiring to engage in
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail-8- business under the fictitious name
er Park, White City. tfc-- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom masonry f NATIONAL RADIO of PORT PLANT'S IS BACK-TOSCHOOL
-- house. Hardwood floors, closed ST JOE in the City of Port St. Joe,
carport, landscaped. 905 Garrison Florida, tends to register the said
Ave. 4t-7-30 name with the Clerk of the Circuit EADQUARTERS
WANTED: Alteration lady. Apply Court of Gulf County, Florida.
in person at Stones' Shop for MARTIN J. BEGLEY, Jr.
Men between 8:30 a.m. and 6:00 ROBERT D. SIDWELL
FOR SALE: Personalized rubber p.m.
stamps made to order. 1 day ser-
vice. Phone 7-8576, Port St. Joe., WANTED: Women experienced or NOTICE
J. A. Blackwell, Box 491. 4tp-4-23 inexperienced in sewing on indus- Notice is hereby given that the
FOR SALE: 150 foot frontage on trial machines. To file application City of Port St. Joe will sell at phb-
DeFOR SALE: 150 foom cfroncrtage on for employment with Gulf Coast lic outcry at the downtown Police
Dead Lakes, 5 room concrete Garment- Manufacturing .Company. Station in said-City at 4:00 o'clock
block house, 1i8x25 ft. storage and Write P. 0. Box 705 or Phone P.M. on August 29, 1959, the follow-
work room, 150 ft. dock, barbecue. 9-1481 or apply at corner of Fourth d City: "MEN and BOY'S WEAR
o$15,000. Halft down, can be financed o y onr Foh ing equipment own ad MEN and BOY'S WEAR
W. S. Smith, Box 375, Wewahitchka and Baltzell. One 1948,. % ton, 8-cylinder Ford
Florida. FORi RENT Pickup.Truck; 410 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-8171
nise One 195, 2-ton, 8-cylinder Ford
-FOR SALE nished. Beautify c aneledad has .u Lruck; "Outfitters for Dads and Lads"
3 bedroom home on Bellamy Cir- oak floos. At .-Joe Beach. One 1951, 2-ton, 8-cylinder Ford
cle. 3 months old.' Phy owner's oaOn lro om t ose fieBl f rnis h truck.
equity. ed. By wee The City reserves the right to re- of August, A.D., 1959.
4 new homes being built on Bel- ed. By week or mnth. ject any or all bids. GEORGE Y. CORE -
lamy Circle. FHA financing. To be Small house and lot at Beacon City Commissioner Bob Ellsey Clerk Circuit Court
completed within next 30 days. Hill $995.00. Just about ay terms will be he ucitonee. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-8- CITY CAB
Lots at St. Joe Beach. Small you wish. R. W. HENDERSON, ( I C R CTY A
down payment. Small monthly ipay- J. D. CLARK City Clerk '
ments. 1017 A7771 City of Port St. Joe
PRIDGEON AGENCY 1017 Long Ave. Phone 7-7771 --- ---__
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741 SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call FOR SALE Day and Night
FOR SALE: Hunter window fan. Buford GriffinPhone 7-71 oINTHE CIRCUIT COURT Beach cottage completely fur- Service
Cost $140.00 new. In good condi- quick expert service. tft-J- GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. nished. On Indian Pass Beach.
tion. Heavy duty. $50.00. The Star In Chancery. Formerly J. O. Anderson cot-
Phone 7-3161. WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, Glenda D. Darby, Plaintiff, W. 0. or R. F. ANDERSON
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- r tage. Phone 7-A2001N
ISTERT STARR ing first and third Thursday nights Mondoe J. Darby, Defendant See ** 1
8:00 p.m., American Legion Home. DIVORCE
NOTICE TO: Mondoe J. Darby
The gifted healer SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0. whose place of residence is un- .
and Palm Reader. 0. F.-Meet first and third known.
S Fridays, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic On or before the 7th day oL Sep-
She can help you Hall. All members urged to attend; tember, A.D., 1959 'the defendant,
with your problems. Noble Grand: Chris Martin Mondoe J. Darby is required to SUM M E
She can help you Secretary: W. H. Weeks serve upon Hon. Cecil G. Costin,
with your health, THERE W L BE uar Jr., Plaintiff's Attorney, whose ad- S w (
business and love. municatihn of'Port St. Joe Lode Florida, a copy of an d fileue, Port St
Located three blocks west of No. 111, F&AM every first aad with the Clerk of said Court, the
the television tower on Pan- third Thursday at :O0 p.m. original of an answer to the Bill of for
ama City Beach. Complaint filed against him herein. f nptomatic
Witness my hand and official
NOTICE THE HAND SIGN "s seal of said Cbourt at Wewahltehka,
Phone ADams 4-365 MFR M Gu unty, Florida, this 3rd day RELIEF Phone 7-3161
Phone ADams 4-3365 5tp All Master Masons cordially invited



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Pantecostol Holiness

Barbecue For Next TI

The Penteosdtal HoIn.es thurch
of Port ,t. Joe, will -have their
"kirk-off" dijfner Thuttrsay night,
August 2' at : :00 ,p.m. at 'the STAC
House. 'The dinner will be served'
free to all members and friends of
the newly organized.
The church. is using, the STAC
House as -a meeting place while
their new building is under con-
struction on the corner of Garri-
son Avenue and 20th Street. The
new building will 'be btilt by the


J. A. lHasting Construction Um- __ _- -
pany of Panama, City at a cost of Clinics Wednesday a.*m., August 19,
anowand August 26. Immunization lin-
$60,000.00. The new building will ndAwg l6. Immunization .clin-
eaure cenrtal- ar-ondon ics will be held in Port St. Joe
deanure cenrtal air-conditioning Wednesday afternoon as usual.
and heating.
Plans for the new church will
be presented at the dinner next Lt. Billy Ayers
Thursday. Dr.- Byron A. Jones, Su-
perintendent of -the Pentecostal COi ended
Holiness Church of the State of
Florida will speak at the occasion. L
Second Lieutenant Billy W. Ay-
Advortlaing Deetn't-tot It PAYS. ers has received congratulations.
__ and commendations from his com-
manding officers for his efforts in
making a success of rifle and pis-
LUCKY NUMBER? tol tournaments at PF. Belvoir, Va.
Lieutenant Ayers is the officer
I'S at White City and See in charge of the monthly tourna-
S atWhiteCity and Sment, He was praised for the effec-
heck tiveness of his work and the sports-


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FRESH PRODUCE

GEORGIA RED
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QUART BASKET
BELL PEPPERS 0lc
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Potatoes 29c


RIPE BANANAS b.

FIELD PEAS b.

'Yellow SQUASH lb. 5c
GUARANTEED RIPE
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RICH'S

CURB MARKET -
at WHITE CITY
-- NEW STORE HOURS --
OPEN 7 AM to 7 PM, Monday thru Saturday


and Child Health.
'. Private physicians and public
,health authorities are agreed that
every child should have a physical
examination and a check on his im-
munizalton status before le starts
to school in September. The exam-
ination would determine whether
any defect is present and should
be treated. Protection- against cer-
tain diseases is accomplished
through innoculation and vaccina-
tion. Before starting in the first
grade the child should have the ba-
sic shots for diphtheria, whooping
cough, lockjaw and polio, or boost-
er shots may be needed for these.
Determine if the child's immuniza-
tion and examination schedule- is
up-to-date," says Doctor Doff: "Po-
lio shots are temporarily in short


manship. that prevailed at the tour- supply, but they also should be giv-
na-ment. en when available."
The commeudations came from "Children entering school need
George A. Vavra, Lieutenant corn- health protection as much as .they
manding and. Roy E. Lavan, Lieu- need school supplies -and wearing
tenant Colonel, commanding. anuarel" .Doctor Doff concluded.


Ayers. is -the son of Mr. and Mrs.
H. F. Ayers of Highland View.
.+ OTS Program
A. F. Recruiter Began By A. F.
Choi- .. BY: A.- "F .l *-*
ChaIIgesSchedule An Officers Training School pro-
gram has been established so that
SM-Sgt. Charlie L.. Blalf, Air college graduates who .meet the
Force Recruiter from Panama City, needs .and standards set up by the
,will ne at the Post Office in Por' Air Force may receive commis.
St. joe on the second and fourth' sins as Air Force Officers.
,Tuesday of each month from 3:001
Sp.m. until 4:00 p.m. Due to the as- M-Sgt. C. L.'Blair, local Air Force
signment of additional personnel to Representative, says ,that many cor-
'the Panama-.City office this ,,it legesi do not have an Air Force
has been made possible. Sgt. Blairr. ROTC program, thus denying many
will be. In the- area to interview qualified your men an. 'opportun-
young, men and Women interested Ity to receive a-comnmission. There-
in obtaining first hand information fore, 'the O.TS, program opens up
'about. the Air Force. Blalir stateit 'ew vistas for yoing men .interest-
he would be available ito visit Port 'ed i -a mtlitair career'
St. Joe, oby appointment on any r, accepted,-n applicant will be
date. Young mon and women that notified and atnt to Lackland Air
are interested- Jinformation about Force Base, Teias' or. three months
'the Air Force, may. contact him by 'officer training;' On 'successful corn-
calling Panama City, PO 3-1301, his Ipletion of the course, he will be
office,, or PO 3-4812, residence. commissioned into-t the Air Force


requires a uition .ee of $50.uu an-
nually to be charged each pupil
whose parent, parents or guardian
are non-residents of Florida, ex-
cept where the parent or guardian
is in the Federal Military Service,
or is a civilian employee in the
Federal Military Service and the
cost of the 'pupil's education is pro-
vided in part or in whole by Fed-
eral subsidy to State supported
schools, or where the parent, par-
ents or guardians are migratory ag-
ricultural workers.
For the purposes of 'this law, a
person is a resident of Florida if
he meets these requirements:
,(a) He has lived In Florida for
one year or longer;
t(b) He owns !a home or is pur-
chasing a home in Florida which
is occupied by him as his residence;
(c) He 'has filed .a manifestation
of domicile in 'the County where
the child is enrolled.
This non-resident tuition fee is
due and payable at the time the
pupil is enrolled.


Superintendent Thomas A. Ow-
ens requests that a parent of all
children who have not been enroll-
ed for the previous school year in-


lUrCn nallS I 9l vnlltred C .sti, BH a sAdded tha 6
Churh PluM cho5l Chlldren +r "'N6 "0', t J'
Iioer Tri'aaxti Sohool ProNgMam
thursday N ht Need Physcal should not be confused with theresh Peach
uiaOfficer Candidate School, and thatFres Peach
H --': -e r .....all persons Interested in the Offl- .-
H t C A hyoal -e examination and Ifip ;ers Training School' program
U III CWIC munikation check-up for children should contlact him at his office at
before school starts was urged by 118 E. Fourth. Stteiot i Panama
Sche ule .Challnges the State Board of, Health this C, .
_. "week -
Dr. H. I. Langston, Director of "At this time when we are re- NonRe sie 1 t
the Gulf County Health Department. minded of the need to buy the N0 -R1esde .
announces that Mrs. Roberta Har- things children need for starting
den, Public Health Nurse will hold back to school, it .is ,equally impor- Must Pay Tuition
clinics in Wewahltchka qnd Port, tant that we make. sure the chil-
St. Joe while MSi. Ruby Gilbert, dren are ready from the health
Public Health Nurse is, on vaca- standpoint," said Doctor S. D.-Doff, The 1959 session of the Florida
tion. There will be no Health Card Director of the Bureau of Maternal Legislature passed' a law which


FNS
SUMMERTIME is peach time and 'although today the peach ranks
fifth in popularity among all fresh fruits it's the number one
favorite in the summer and so versatile too. Eat it whole, serve it
sliced with cream and sugar, can or pickle it or make it into pie
or cake.
The Fresh Peach Cake Waffles are something good and a little
different. The piping hot waffles topped with ice cream and then
crowned with peaches are a real taste treat. Be sure to cut the
peaches up in advance and treat them with ascorbic-acid mixture to
prevent their turning brown be-
cause the dessert should be pre- slice. Set aside. (These may be
pared and served while the waffles prepared in advance to prevent
are still hot. last minute preparation.) Beat
eggs until light and thick. Gradu.
FRESH PEACH CAKE WAFFLES ally beat in sugar. Sift flour, bak-
2-3 tablespoons sugar ing powder and salt together and
1 teaspoons Fruit-Freeze mix into egg mixture. Stir in
(ascorbic acid mixture) mx io mixture tir in
S cups sliced fresh peaches water, butter and vanilla.
s eggs Heat .waffle iron and grease for
I cup sug cake flour first waffle. Pour about % cup
1 teaspoon baking powder batter onto iron and bake 2 to 2r/2
i teaspoon salted minutes. (Note: these waffles are
Scup cold wanted butter very.tender so between baking, if
% teaspoon vanilla necessary, brush out crumbs that
1% pints vanilla ice cream might break off.) Serve hot waffles
Combine sugar and Fruit-Freeze with a scoop of vanilla ice cream
(ascorbic acid. mixture); add topped with sliced peaches. Makes
peaches and toss well to coat each about 8 Peach Waffles.


this county accompany his or her ..
child to the school on the opening
day of school for the purpose of
complying with this law. S t Mother
Visits Sister Is ed
Mrs. E. S. Marlowe visited her : V leef IS Calle
sister, Mrs. J. H. Robinson in De-


Funiatk Springs hisU past. week end. u.
She went with Mrs. Ellen Kirkland
who visited relatives in Andasusia,
Alabama.
Return From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Howell,
Jr., returned recently from a vaca-
tion in. Miami.. While: thera .the
Howell's visited the ;aillroad .mut
seum. The 'old cabooseof. an Apa-


lachic
is in
'hi. *


All Cub Scout mothers are urg-
ed to attend a meeting Tuesday,
August 18 at 7:30 p.m., at 'the
STAC House.
Cub Master R. H. Eltzey has
called the meeting to "organize'
Dens for the coming scout year.

Local Boy Held


ola Northern Railroad trai inJ D-LL-
the museum. KDely
on your printing in a awim qualta Five men were released- on bond
Monday after being charged with
breaking" aiin entering. and grand
larceny in the theft of about. 77
capep of'bonded whiskey from Pow-
eop 1jr near Pa4aeae bridge.
Thg five are Ear'l Roger Graves,
Herbert )$c.eaie, Paymon.4 Leon
Spring and Robert Pale Nettles,
all o- Tallahqqsee, an Thompas
-C-hum ney, Por-t t. Joe. Nettles was
.- relase o $2,500 bod, the others
.... o 1,500 bond,
Franklin County Sheriff Herbert
i n l11) V WM ball O isad 4rav and Nettles
,ilding supply.b Lo.
S*l Pr* were Arrested Saturday a4ternooB
by Leon Sheriff W, P. Joyce and
questioned before .being turned
over to Franklin authorities. The
others were arrested later,
-- The theft occurred last Thurs-
day morning when the men alleg-
iedly used a 16-oot skiff to haul tihe
whisky from the bar.
The skiff sank about two miles
".' > i -away, but Franklin authorities re-
covered about 50 cases of stolen:

^ ?Attend Wedding '
Mr. and lrs. H. L. Ford attended
the wedding of their son, Eugene
Thomas to Betty Joyce Boles,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tilden S.
i Boles, Sr., August 14 at 8:00 p.m.
in the evening at the Tulip Street
Methodist Ohurch chapel in Nash-
ville, Tennessee
---
Visitors From' Pnsacola
Mr. 'and Mrs. Dan Harris of Pen-
sacola visited Mrs. W. 0. Pridgeon
last week end and was accompan-
ied home by their daughter Donna
who had spent several weeks here
with her grandmother, Mrs. Prid-
geon.
Visiting Davi
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Evans and
GAL. daughter Elaine -and little grand-
soo, of Tuscaloosa, Ala., visited
I Wi .here last week end with Mr. and
a Mrs. J. D. Davis.


Visiting 4onp
Mrs. Mary Grace of Little
Rock, Ark., left Tuesday after vis-
iting here 'this week with her son
and family, Dr. and Mrs. Wesley
Grace.
Visiting In ,Birmingham
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hallmark
and -family are spending this week
in Birmingham, Ala., visiting reTa-
itves and friends.


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