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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: June 30, 1960
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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MONEY TALKS-Let'a keep
It where we can speak with It
once In awhile-Trade with
your home town merchants!


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


TWENTY-THIRD YEAR


-ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1960


St. Joe Paper Company Employees

Invited To Barbecue Dinner July 5th

All employees of the St. Joe Paper Company mill
will be honored with a barbecue dinner to be given in recog-
nition of their impressive safety record this year.
The dinner will be held on Tuesday, July 5 at 6:00 p.m.
White employees will be served at the Centennial Building
and Colored employees will be served at Washington
High School.
The mill employees have worked approximately 600,-
000 man hours without a lost time injury for the period be-
ginning December 16, 1959 to May 11, 1960.


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n>-i, io -,r i ,- -iJuoci'e L. Jgleheart, Governor, Alaba.ma-
West Florida Di.strict of the Civitans presents a Charter to Presi-
dent Dave Nicholson at a program last Thursday evening at the
Centennial Building. The local Civitan Club has just been or-
ganized and Nicholson is the first president. (Star photo)


Little P : sbal To End Regular

Season T mw ; All-Star Games Set


The Little Bovys baseball pro-
gram will end its 1960 season to-
morrow night with a game schedul-
ed at 7:30 p.m. with a same sche-
duled between the Dozers and
Boxers.
First place positions have been
decided in both leagues. In the
American League, :the Sockeys
have first place. In the National
League, the Sharks of Iighland
View have secured the first posi0
t-on.


a\ arding the lucky holders of the
donation tickets a transistor radio,
ice chest and a few other prizes
that local merchants have donated.
PLAYOFFS and
TOURNAMENT
American League and National
League play-offs will be played on
July 11, 12 and 13. Time of these
games will be announced later. The
winner will be the host team for
the North Florida District Tourna-
1u ert.


ALL-STAR GAMES The North Florida Tournament
The League has 'scheduled two vill be held in Port St. Joe on July
good ball games for July 1. At 3:30 ::0, 21, 22 and 23. Both Jacksonville
p.m. on the Fourth, the Nalional and Pensacola will play in Port St.
League champs will take on an all- Joe. The winning team will then
star 'team composed of players ou lo Lakeland to play in the State
romi the other teams in the league Tournament on July 28, 29 and 30.
composed of the following: Jerry 'HOUSING NEEDED


Nichols, Randy Armstrong, David
McCormick, Billy Smith, Jake Be-
lin, Al Cathye, Jerry WVynn, Eugene
Haprer, Gil Shealey, Dan Oakes,
Boyd Merritt, John Martin, Andy
Trammell, Danny Wilson, Mike
Gainey and Danny Moore.
At 8:00 p.m. the American
League champs will take an all-
star team composed of: Robin
SBrown, Billy Antley, Tommy y
Wright, Ray Ramsey, John Mad-
dox, Billly Cooper, Gary Davis,
Roddie Bowdoin, Jerome Barnes,
Jim Cox, Danny Odom, Kenneth
Frodnax, and four players, as yet
unnamed from the Gators team.
The highlight of the afternoon
and evening games will be the


Port St. Joe, being the host city,
will furnish housing and meals for
the visiting teams. This will re-
quire the people of Port St. Joe to
offer free housing and meals. There
will be a meeting Wednesday night
at 7:30 p.m. at :the STAC House
to discus's all matters pertaining to
the tournament. There will be a
need to house 32 boys and four
managers and coaches. All persons
able to house and feed these boys
should be at this meeting or con-
tact League President R. H. Ellzey.

Miss Kay Creech left Tuesday
to visit her aunt and uncle, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Ray at Coral Ga-
1bles.


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Jamboree Parents

To Meet Monday

Scoutmaster John T. Simpson
has announced that there will be
a meeting of the parents of all
Scouts going to. the Jamboree
Monday night at 8:00 p.m. at
the Scout Hut.

The purpose of the meeting is
to illustrate to the parents how
the Scout's baggage he will take
to the Jamboree and the Phil-
mont Ranch trip should be pack-
ed for the most efficient use,


Jaycees To Air

Radio Forum

The Port St. Joe Jaycees Forum
of the Air will present its first
program Sunday afternoon, July 3
with their first ,guest, E. C. Harden, I
Sr., chairman of the Gulf County
Board of Commissioners. The pro-
grain will be aired over Radio Sta-
tion WJOE at 2:00 p.m.
Discussion will be pertaining to
county road projects, the county
road bond issue and other pertin-
ent information.


Babe Ruth League Ends Season;

Gulf Team Takes First Place In League


Tuesday night of this week the
Babe Ruth League completed its
season. Final league standings are
is follows:
TEAM W L
Ga ............... ----------. ----- 8 4
Citizens Fdeeral .-....- 7 5
Lions --.-.. 5 7
Landco's 4 8
Bgeinning yesterday the Tourna-
ment Team started practicing for
the Babe Ruth League District
Tournament which is being held
in Panama City on July 15 and 116.
All games will start at 7:30 p.m.,
CST. Three teams will be repre-
sented at this tournament. They
are Panama City, Port St. Joe and
Tallahassee.
The first .game of the Babe Ruth
'Tournament will be played on July
15 between Panama City and Tal-
lahassee teams. On July 16, Port
St. Joe will play the 'winner of the
first game with .the winner of the
July 16 game going to Ocala to


Lions Lead In

Men's Softball

This ,past week's action in -the
Men's Softball League saw the
Lions Club increase their League
lead :and all but cinch the cham-
pionship in the League.
The Lions Club rolled up the
largest score for one night play in
the League last Thursday night,
when they defeated Woolford's
Standard Station, 17 to 3 in one
game and *defeated Local 740, 20
to 2 in the second game.
Friday evening, Sammy's Auto
Repair defeated Woolford's 8 to
2.


On Saturday, the red hot Vitro
Blue team took a double header
from Vitro Red to move them from
fifth place to a third place tie with
Woolford's Standard Station. The
first game score was 8 to 3. The
second game was 6 to 2 in favor of
SVitro Blue.
Monday night, Vitro Blue de-
feated Sammy's Auto Repair 7 to
3 to take over full possession of
third place, half a game ahead of
Woolford's Standard Station. In the
second game of the double header
Vitro Red defeated Local 740 to
hand them their fourth loss in a
row, by a score of 8 to 5.


Here are the
of Tuesday:

Lions Club
Sammy's Auto
Vitro Blue --.
Woolford's ...--.
Local 740 --..--
Vitro Red --.-.


League standings


L GB
6
11 4
12 5Y2
12 6
14 7
17 101/2


On Friday evening the Local 710
team will play Vitro Red in.the
first game and Sammy's will play


ANDS OVER KEYS-J. L:inmar Miler, loca! Standard Oil Distribu-
L or (left) hands over the keys to the new Standard Oil service sta-
tion to James H. Greer, manager. The new station formally opened
its doors for business last, week end. Standing in the middle is
Court Williamn,, i, Standard Oil Representative from Jacksonville,
ih. helped ready the new station for opening. (Star photo)


represent this district in the State
Tournament which will be held on
July 26, 27 and 28.
Tournament team member's and
their Port St. Joe team affiliation
are as follows:
Joe Adams. Tournament Team
manager, Gulf.
George Boyer, Gulf; Howard Da-
vis. Lions; Johnnie Chafin, Citi-
zens Federal; Chesley Fensom,
Landco's; Jimmie Gainnie, Citizens
Federal; Hlerbert Gardner, Citizens.
Federal: Jimmy Goodman, Land-
co's; Eugene Griffin, Citizens Fed-
eral; Doug Hallman, Citizens Fed-
eral; Tony Mai.ge, Lions; Paul Rob-
bins, Landco's; Frank Ruckman,
Gulf; Ronnie Tharpe, Lions; Tom-
my Williams, Gulf; Lonnie Bell,
Landco's; Bob Craig, Gulf.
Make plans now to attend the
tournament in Panama City and
help cheer our team.
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Rotarians To Attend
Meeting In Tallahassee

President-elect James McNeill
and past president Lawrence Bis-
sett of the Port St. Joe Rotary
Club will attend a meeting for in-
coming Rotary presidents Sunday
at the Floridan Hotel in Tallahas-
see.
The meeting is designed to ac-
quaint new -presidents with their
duties for the coming year.
Bissett has been -appointed as an
Assistant District Governor by in-
coming District Governor, Homer
brinkley of Tallahassee. Bissett
will -assist the District Governor in
looking club activities in this area.
Bissett's responsibility are the
clubs at Wewahitchka, Blounts-
town, Apalachicola, Port St. Joe
and Panama City.
Thursday at the regular meeting
of the local Rotary Club achievement
reports were given by committee
chairmen, ,showing that each com-
mittee had been acitve during the
year. Apparently the most active
committee was the attendance com-
mi.ttee since the club had an at-
tendance average for the year of
84.6%.
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Theto Rho Official Visits

Mildred Lindsey, President, The-
to Rho Girls Club of Florida, made
her official visit to Port St. Joe,
Melody No. 10, Monday night, June
27. She was accompanied by Mrs.
C:ara Volk, advisor, Barbara Volk,
past president and Carol Lindsey,
all of Fort Pierce.
The club put on a courtesy for
her iby crowning her Queen of
Hearts for a year. Those partici-
pating in the courtesy were: Dianne
Bishop, Mary Kilbourn, Barbara
Whi.tfield, Sandra Baxley and Ka-
trina Farris.


Vitro Blue in the second game. A gShe was presented a monetary
double header is scheduled for Sa--,gift from the club by Glynda
urday afternoon between Wo o Burke and a corsage from the club
ford's and the Lion's Club. (Due ', by Pat McCormick.
the holiday week end this game After the meeting a banquet
may be played Thursday evening ,meal was served by members of
or may .be postponed.) ] Melody Rebekah Lodge.


Post Office Receives First




Class Status Effective Julyi


SPECIAL BED PROVIDED

FOR BOB BRACEWELL

Mrs. A. I. duPont, through the
A. I. duPont Foundation has
this week purchased through the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital
a Stryker Bed for the use of
Bob Bracewell, who was paralyz-
ed from the chest down In a re-
cent swimming accident.
The bed which Is a bed con-
structed inside two giant wheels
allows for complete care and
exercise therapy of the patient
while he remains in his necessary
traction. The bed revolves, bends
raises, lowers and puts the pa-
tient in a sitting position, all
without moving him from the bed.

The bed was ordered the first
of this week at a cost of about
$850.00. According to Miss Min-
erva McLane, it will be delivered
to Bob in the Sacred Heart Hos-
pital in Pensacola about the first
of the week.
After Bob has finished with the
bed It will be given to the Mu-
nicipal Hospital.

Visiting Parents
Miss Diana McKnight will spend


the holiday week end here with
her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
McKnight. Dianna is attendtig
business school in Jacksonville.

Visiting Jacksons
Miss Linda Jackson of Tucson,
Arizona 'and Miss Cheryl Drake of
CGardendale, Ala., are visiting here
with their cousins, Dale and Con-
nie Jackson.


Few Changes In Mailing Procedure

According to Postmaster Chauncey Costin the local post
office will be a First Class office on July 1, 1960. The class of of-
fice is determined by the amount of postal receipts during the pre-
ceding calendar year ($40,000.00 for First Class) and Costin stat-
ed that receipts reached a total of $51,261.22 of which only $41,-
521.59 were allowable toward advancement because of a provision
in the law which raised postal rates allowing only 81% of receipts
toward advancement.
Costin stated that having a First I i-nce, he added that although pat-
Class office would give added pres- rons accepted delivery with enthus-
tige -to -our city in that it would des- iasm there has seldom been a time


ignate our city throughout the na-
tion as cne of good size and much
business activity; however, he em-
phasized 'that there was one disad-
vantage which he wished to call at-
tention to for the benefit of the
mailing public. A First Class office
is not permitted to accept parcels
for mailing to 'another First Class
office which weigh in excess of 20
pounds unless addressed for deliv-
ery on a Star or Rural Route. For-
merly this office could accept and
receive parcels weighing up to 70
'pound's. This regulation; however,
does not apply to parcels ma'.ied
to or from an 'office of less than
the First Class.
Costing said that over a period of
eight years, from 1951 through
1959 he has watched the office con-
,tinue to gain in receipts from a
little over $18,000 to over $51,000


that there were surplus post office
'boxes available at the post office
until occupation of the new postal
facility which has 367 more ,boxes
than the old facility.
Costin remarked that the great-
est advance in postal service for
the city occurred in February of
this year with the occupation of
the new and modern post office
building located on Monument Ave-
nue and Second Street. We now
have one of *the most beautiful
and modern buildings in the coun-
try, with adequate 'parking facili-
ties for patrons and central heat
and air conditioning lends for com-
fort for both patrons and employ
Cees.
Co-stin said that he and the em-
ployees are proud of the 'progress
and advancements that have been
mad in postal facilities and opera-


which represents nearly a 300% tion during the past few years 'and
gain. that they would ever 'be mindful
He stated that in 1952 the Post that their task is to give to the
Office Department agreed to es- patrons of the office the very best
tablish City Delivery in Port St.
*Joe which was a step forward in postal service possible and it would
our postal services and afforded b'e cheir continued aim .to give this
patrons with much greater conven- service.


Contract Let For St. Joe Roads

The Gulf County Commission the bids 'before they are officially ceeds J. A. Alligood who offered
had a full agenda in their second accepted as contracts. his resignation to the Board earlier
meeting of the month Tuesday The County expects to 'ask for this month.
night 'bids on the Howard Creek and Ri- ASKS WATER FRANCHISE
It was announced at the meeting ver Road ,projects sometime in G. U. Parker, president of the
that 'bids had been read and ap- July. Mexico Beach Corporation 'asked
proved and low bidders announced WANT FIRE TRUCK for tentative approval from the
in Tallahassee Tuesday on part of A delegation from Highland View Board for a 30-year water franchise
*the $850,000.00 road .bond issue re- consisting of J. J. Hill, Tommy Ro-I to furnish water to Beacon Hill and
cently sold by the county. gers and Iris Furney asked the St. Joe Beach. Parker asked for
Port St. Joe streets in the issue, County Board to provide their com- the tentative approval before he
totaling $169,284.05 were let Tues- munity with $3,500 for the purchase began to do all the work and incur
day. George G. Tapper Company, of a fire truck. the expense necessary to secure a
local road contracotr was low bid- The Board informed the group franchise. He pointed out to the
der on $117,952.11 'of .the project that .they should study the proce- Board that he had numerous re-
including -the Industrial Road from dure by which White City obtained I quests from people in the area to
Michigan Chemical Company to its fire truck and follow this same furnish them with water from his
State Road 71, near White City. procedure. The Commission. said system at Mexico Beach.
Florida Asphalt Company of Pan- that an act of the Legislature was Parker said his water system has
ama City was low bidder on $51,- needed to provide the funds and an adequate supply of pure watel
284.05 of ,the project. This included even if this act was obtained the I to furnish the area. He proposes
all the streets for Port St. Joe in matter would have to be carried 'to put in a complete system includ-
cluded in the 'bond Issue program over into the next budget year. inrg fire plugs and says he can fur-
wrich include all of Garrison Ave- The Highland View delegation nish the area with about 40 pounds
nue, First Street, 16th Street, 20th also asked that Bayview Drive be of pressure.
Street from Long to Garrison, Long paved. This street runs for some The Board gave their tentative
Avenue from First to Fifth Streets, 800 feet parellel to Highway 98. approval to the project and asked
Long Avenue from the High Sclsnl The Board said that this project Parker to go ahead with the neces-
to Niles Road and Fifth Street from would have to be carried over into 'sary steps to gain the approval of
Highway 98 to St. Joseph's Bay. the next 'budget which will begin people in the area to be served.
All bids were considerably more planing in July and go into effect Parker will need to make a for-
than 'the State Road Departm;nt January 1, 1961. mal application and conduct a pub-
engineers estimates and may re- NEW CD HEAD I a a pa
quire a revision of the road plans The County Board appointed
under the bond issue. Bob Sidwell as new Civil Defense to be served before official action
The County now has to approve head for Gulf County. Sidwell suc- can be taken on the request.


AMERICAN LEGION OFFICERS-Pictured above are the new officers inii.l!ed iial Tuesday night 'by
the Wilis V. Rowan Post 116, American Legion. The officers are, left to ri' t. Einiimet Daniell, ser-
vice officer; Rev-. Allan Price, CraplaLn; Joe Grimsley, finance officer; R. F. .M\axwell, Adjutant;
Leonard Belin, Sergeant-at-Arms; F. E. Trammell, First Vico Coiimmmander; Albert Thamines, Com-
mander and J. L. Mayton, Second District Commander of Carrabelle, Installin" (tii.ei (Star photo)


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Mrs. Vannie Lou Jacobs and N1,
Of Instruction Last Monday Night Guthrie Lee Lovett, Panama C.
V'nd Mrs. Maggi- eHathcox of "_
Andre~.
Gulf Chapter 191, Order of Eas- !I.e coming year. After the meeting a most d-cl.
tern Star, was host to a school of The Chapter was honored by har- cious buffet luncheon was ser. -
instruction, conducted by Mrs. ;in Mrs. Lena Faircloth, Past by members of Gulf Chapter.
Frances Gray, Worthy Grand Mat- Grand Matron; Mrs. Agnes Melvin,; ----
ron of the State of Florida. 'Grand Representative from Geor -CAPT. and MRS. CHAS. SUNDIN
It was very informal, but most a; -lrs. Onie Mae Stephens, Past LEAVE FOR LAS VEGAS, NEV.
informkative. Different phases of 'Grand Matron; Mrs. Christine Mc- Captain and Mrs. left Mona-
work were examined by members Clain, Grand Instructor of District night, June 27 for Las Vegas, Ne-
of Gulf Chapter and members of No. 3. Other guests were: Mrs. Vio- vada where Captain Sundin -,.A4
other Chapters. let Gainer, Panama City; Mrs. .been assigned by the Air For,:.
Mrs. Jeanette Presnell and 0'- Genevieve Kelly, Parker; Mrs. Exie The Sundins expect to 'be statioi.-d
Nelil McDaniell of Wewahitchka Kelly, Apalachicola; Mrs. Cora Sol- there three years. They have b-.-a
presided in the East. l oman and Mrs. Mary Melvin, Apa- visiting Mrs. Sundin's parents, Mi.
Ten Chapters were represented lhchicola; Mrs. Frances Meriweth- and Mrs. Ned Porter for 10 da-..
with a total of 50 members attend- er Wewahitchka; Mrs. Martha having recently completely a tuut
ing. H'ckliter, St. Andrew; Mrs. Coun- of duty in the Far East.
A silver offering of $12.00 was tess Harwell, St. Andrew; Mrs. ----
given to th eWorthy Grand Matron Paula Roemer, Mrs. Connie Crutch- To Spend Holiday Here
as a love gift for the Masonic field, Mrs. Ernestine Jones, Mrs.
Home. O'Neill McDaniell'all of Wewahitch- Kennetr Hurlbut will spend the
Mrs. Presnell presented Mrs. ka; Mrs. Effie White and Mrs. Col- Fourth of July holidays here with
Gray with a gift from the Chapter, lie Pitts of Panama City; Mrs. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. K.
and a personal gift. Mary Li Suer, Mrs. Mary Camp- Hurlbut. He is *attending summnre
Mrs. Gray, in her address to the Ibell, Mrs. Ruth Fowler and Mrs. school at the University of Ala-
Chapter, stated her five goals for Laura Petty of St. Andrew; Mrs. bama.


Modern Furniture Co.

Phone 7-8231 232 Reid Avenue

WILL BE CLOSED


JULY 4, 5, 6

in Order To Re-Arrange The Store and Mark the Merchandise
For Their Closing Out Sale Which Will Start On
Thursday, July 7th at 8:00 A.M.

All merchandise will be marked to rock bottom So stop in now
and look over their stock Pick out any items that you would like
to have and leave an offer with the clerk If they can sell you
that item at your price they will call you on Wednesday, before the
sale. On Thursday, July 7 at 8:00 a.m. the MODERN FURNITURE
COMPANY will re-open with prices cut to the bone. This sale will not
last long so don't wait Stop into the MODERN FURNITURE COM-
PANY now and pick out the furniture that you need, while the selec-
tion is still good.


DOORS WILL CLOSE ON JULY 30
AND WILL NOT RE-OPEN.


FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE ACCOUNTS

With MODERN FURNITURE, arrangements will be made so that you
may continue to make your. regular payments until your account is
paid off.
Remember, the MODERN FURNITURE COMPANY will be closed on
July 4, 5 and 6 to mark down their merchandise for the


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LEGION AUXILIARY OFFICERS G,;vnn HTIOnley, secretary; Mrs. R. Oakley, of Lanark Village,
-Above from left to right: Mrs. Flarazelle Connell, 2nd Vice- District President and insta:li
Myrtle Farmer, Sgt.-at-Arms; President; Mrs. P. G. Har-, 1st
Mrs. Ellen Kirkland, chaplain; Vice---President; Mrs. Kath-,y.i officer and Mrs. Joan Moor--,
Mrs. Vance Rogers, Etreas.; Mi.-. Harris, historian; Mrs. Willard President. (Star photo)
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1960

_You should check your social se- Panraa City. The telephone num-


Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Burch
Hayes of Highland View announce
the 'birth of a son, James Ellison
'on June 24.
Mr. and Mrs. William Harold
Raffield *of Highland View an-
nounce 'the ;birth of a 'baby girl,
Tammy Teresa on June 23.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hammock,
Jr., of 1303 Woodward Ave., an-
nounce the birth -of a daughter on
June 23. The young lady has not
been named yet.
(All births occurred In the
Municipal Hospital at Port St.
Joe.)


Facts About

Social Security

This is a good time of the year
to check your social security ac-
count, according to John V. Carey,
d.'strict manager of the Pa.-amn.
City social security office. Salar.eri
people will find all of their earn
ings through 1959 'credit-l and self
employed people will have credit
tor their earnings through 197S.
It is vitally important that you
receive credit for all of your earn-
ing.s,: Carey continued. P eop le
reaching retirement age now must
have four and a half years of credit-
ed 'earnings for an insured record.
Those racing retirement age af-
ter 1970 will need ten full years of
credit. For disability protection
under social' security, an individual
must have the credits needed for
retirement purposes and five years
of the credit must be in the ten
year period before disability starts.


,nriyt acountrrattleastonce ever-v


three years, Carey added. This
makes it ,possible to 'correct any
mistakes in your credits. The Law
places a limit of three years, three
months and fifteen days for mak-
ing correction's to your account.
You want to have credit for all of
your earnings as future benefit pay-
ments for you and your family will
be based on your account only.
Contact your nearest social se-
curity office for a simple postcard
form to request a statement of your
record, Carey concluded. You
should know where you stand. Em-
ployers may request a supply of
these forms ,for use of their work-
ers. This service is provided free
of charge. The office for this area
is located at 1135 Harrison Avenue,


ber is POplar 3-5331.
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Recent Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. M'eekins
and children, Freddy and Mary of
Asheville, N. C., were recent guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Rich.,
parents of Mrs. Meekins. Also, Fort
Griffin of Shreveport, La., uncle
of Mr. Rich, 'has been a recent
guests. Other recent -guests of the
Rich's were Mrs. Ralph M. Britt
and Mrs. G. S. Russo of Atlanta,
Ga.

Visiting In Mississippi
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Croxton re-
turned Friday, June 17, after spend-
ing *a week in Fayette, Mississippi
and -attending the wedding of their
granddaughter, Rose Marie Noble.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Plorlda THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1960 friends. rle Pour met Tuedsay evenio g members were present and four
--- ( Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Adams were LOng AVenue with Mrs. Durel Brigman, WMU new members were enrolled, Mrs. B thany Sunday
Hh Pensacola were the gus(u off Mr. the guests of Mrs. Jack Sowell and president. The program was pre- Donald Laird, Mrs. Forrest Gordon
Highland View and Mrs. Curtis Griffin this weke. family Sunday at Tyndall Air Force Circle M things sented ,by Mrs. Kenneth Bateman. Mrs. Bill Waterhouse and Mrs. School Class Meets
By HAZEL CREAMER Mrs. Mary Coleman an- Mr. and Base. Following the business session, Clyde White. An interesting pro-
Phone 7-497C .VIrs. Ralph Macomber and ch!idrenr Mr. and Mrs. Houston Ramsey Mrs. James Traweek assisted Mrs. gram was presented by the pro-
visited in Donalsonville, Ga., Fri-. now reside on Third Street in Port 1 The Long Avenue Baptist Wo- Brigman in .serving refreshments gram chairman, Mrs. B. A. Collier. The Bethany Sunday School class
Mrs. Willard Cooper and son, day. St. Joe after having lived here for man's Missionary Society met in to the members present, and one .A short business meeting follow- of the First Baptist Church met
aul and Daie Britchr of Fot Little Miss Rosa Dorman o Pan- several months. Circles for the June Royal Serv:ee visitor, Mrs. Billy Barlow. ed. The meeting was closed with iLr Miss Alma Dewitt last Thurs-
Walton are spending th week with aa City is pending a few r. and Mrs. Arthur Bazzell of program, "Unto the Crildren's C.:- CIRCLE FIVE prayer. Refreshments were served day night at 7:30 with five .mem-
tneir mother a ndgrandmother Mis. with her grandparents, Mr. and Columbus. Ga., spent several d aysdren, discussing the responsibil- Circle Five met Tuesday evening by Mrs. Harrison to Mrs. Kenneth oars present.
Willie Enfinger. Mrs. Jim Whittington. with his mother and sister, Mrs. ty in Missionary Education of in the home of Mrs .Gene Fowler. Tyler, Mrs. Danny Maddox, Mrs. The devotion was brought by the
Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomps.. adn Clinton Cox spent several days Daid oley and Mrs Rby Gor- youth. The Royal Service program was Ferris Tarantino, Mrs. Joe Fortner, teamher, Mrs. W. I. Carden. Good
family of Florala, Ala., sp.en- t.e in Sopchoppy last week with don. CIRCLE ONE given, and ar short business meet- Mrs. Tony Peterman, Ms. David reports were givn in the business
week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. friends and relatives. Mrs. E. R. BaCtson had as rer Circle One met in the home of ing followed. Plans were made for Jenkins, Miss Alma Baggett, Mrs. session. Mrs. J. F. Daniell closed
W. Garrett and family. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Brownell areguest for several days, Mrs. Audrey Mi-. Raymond Marshall Tuesday an ice cream ,supper, July 26 in!P.ussell Goolsby, Mrs. B. A. Collier, the meeting with prayer. -
Mr and Mrs. W. A. GrifiBu of spending their vacation in Holml are Henderson of Opp, Ala. morning at 9:30 with six members the home .of Mrs. Frank Pool. Re- Mrs. Laird, Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. Wa- The hostess served delicious re-
Mr.lountown and Mrs. W. A.ul Gr'ii of speCounty withding their parents and HoleRoy Boyette of Ogden, Utah, is resent. The program was given freshments were served to Mrs. terhouse and Mrs. White. The July frehments to those present.
blountstown and Paul Grtfjt of County with their parents and spending the summer with his fa- Dy Mrs. M. L. Britt, Mrs. J3e Fer- Lenora Conger, Mrs. John Core, meeting will be held at the home
their, David Boyette and other rela- rell, Mrs. J. 0. Lucas, and Mrs. H. Mrs. L. E. Voss, Mrs. Wesley R. of Mrs. Joe Fortner. Visiting In Georgia
Its th ift to sves. L. Ford. The meeting 'was closed Pamsey, Mrs. Frank Pool and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Core are vls,
s tsri y O ave saMr. and Mrs. Walter Armstrong with prayer by Mrs. Ferred:. Re- Marie Boone. Mrs. Boone was wel- Leave On Fishing Trip citing this week in Georgia.
and son 01larence visited during feshments were served. Thr next com-ed as a new member. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ogle left last -
G REEN STA M PS the week end with the Clyde Arm- meeting will 'be held in the home CIRCLE SIX week end on a fishing .trip and to Vacationing In California
strong familyy in Enterprise, Ala. and of Mrs. Ralph Ward, July 19. Circle Six met Monday evening visit relatives and friends in South Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hellen are va-
9 with Mrs. Armstrong's sister, Mrs. CIRCLE FOUR DIth Mrs. Cecil Harrison. Ten Florida. cationing in California.
Lee Bell in Gracevil-le.
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her home Monday in Fort Walton
after visiting her family for a few
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Glenda Faye Mullinax is visiting
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children visited relatives in Tal
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family, Thomas Webb.
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Brandt, Mrs. Jimmie Lee Yeager,
Laverne Glass, Dean Glass, Mr.
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ledgeville, Ga., recently.
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Ray for two weeks.
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]HE STAR
Published EY Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. AMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype orator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader and Bookkeeper
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Entered as secoplass matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
DIAL BALL 7-3161
TO ADVERTISE-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold theelves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken w( is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The slen word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken wors lost; the printed word remains.
You Arelesponsible for YOU
This pazweek, Mayor J. L. Sharit sent an epistle to the
Police Depaitm t, urging them to take every opportunity to cor-
rect the flagrad~raffic violations -- especially speeding -- now
so prevalent in art St. Joe. Like the Mayor, The Star feels that
the situation hegone way past the "serious" stage.
The Ma:r also sent copies of this letter to The Star and
Station WJOE sking their help in correcting this situation of
mechanized Ruian rouellette among the citizens of Port St. Joe.
The Staieels that it isn't up to The Star, Station WJOE,
the Mayor, the'ity Council or the Police Department to correct
this dangerousituation. It is our opinion that it is up to you
and I -- the (izens and drivers of the City to correct a practice
that threatens a- own safety as well as the safety of those about
us.
The Staknows that every driver in Port St. Joe is mature
enough to knol that he is wrong when he makes a traffic viola-
tion or speeds-irough the City streets. He knows he is wrong
without having be told, fined, thrown in jail or otherwise pun-
ished. The sto of Florida has taken care of that situation. The
State forbids a/one to drive by themself unless they are at least
16 years of ap The age of 16 was not picked out of a hat with
hte ruling, `"-is is when you may begin to drive". The age 16
was picked lIuse a person is supposed to be mature enough
mentally at 't age to have sense enough to drive a car with
care -- to use car for transportation and not mayhem.
So, by ts token, it is our opinion that the person who
speeds down tl city streets, who flagrantly disobeys traffic and
stop signs, whcoolishly endangers his life and the lives of those
around him is Athing more than a moron. Don't think hard of
us for this hait definition. The State has said that you have
reached the ag of driving accountability. By all standards of the
process of mating, you should be of an accountable mind when
you are old eugh to drive by yourself. You have served out
the required ne. If you cannot meet the standards of sane
driving practes, then apparently you have not developed in
mind as you would have.
For a tie Port St. Joe had safe drivers on the streets be-
cause we had policeman on the force that would give a $5.00
ticket for runig a stop sign -- all he had to do was see you do
it and you ha$dhe ticket. Quite a few of these were passed out
and people bepn to stop at stop signs. This policeman would
catch a speedeind make a case against him. Word got around
that unsafe during practices would cost you money -- as well
as maybe your e. Driving on the city streets became safe.
Driving ies and regulations have been enforced in Port
St. Joe and wesay they can be again with a little effort. But
even though tfly can be enforced, it still doesn't erase the fact
that nobody b, you and I are directly responsible for the des-
picable drivmngiabits now prevalent in our city. Let's do some-
thing about it.

indepeibnce is Full Time Job
Mondayjuly Fourth, is the birthday of our nation. It is
a great nation, ut a look at past history will cause one to wonder
how it even coe into being and a look at present history will
further cause we to wonder how it remains that way.
Take foinstance the battle of Bunker Hill -- the begin-
ning of the bale for independence and freedom. Reading the
history of this Ittle will cause one to wonder how the Americans
whipped the ]itish, for all practical purposes, in this battle
and even causes to wonder how the Americans even pulled off
the battle to 1gin with. The Yankees were up against Major
General ThomaGage and the pride of the English army -- the
Welsh Fusellie, the "King's Own" regiment and the Royal
Marines. Gencal Gage had one of the most enviable reputa-
tions of any Eglish General. The Americans threw up their
breastwork posions on Bunker Hill overnight and didn't even
have a unified command. Three different divisions of farmers,
under three different commanders, working independently, put up
three different defense works on the Hill that completely repulsed
the British. To miracle was that the defense works were so
effective with r centralized plan or command. What then caus-
ed the America; to win a moral victory?
History ills us that men deserted right and left, reinforce-
ments were refi;ed from colonists and the defenders of the posi-
tions had no w;er, only a little rum and a few pieces of salt pork
and only 30 to .) rounds of ammunition per man. But the Ameri-
can freedom spit in the Americans such as Putnam was strong.
The Americanstred their ammunition inflicting 80 percent casual-
ties on the Brith and then they ran to fight again another day.
These tttics and this spirit caused General Gage to hesi-
tate going against General George Washington at Valley Forge
even though hhad the Americans outnumbered and the Ameri-
cans were witlut supplies. The British just would not go against
Americans whe they had cover to hide behind to do their fight-
ing.
It wouL appear that America today needs an Israel Put-
nam or a Thedilore Roosevelt. It appears that the Monroe Doc-
tfine has beenhrown out of the window.


While te Doctrine will do us no good across the seas.
it could certai:y be applied in the case of Cuba. Theodore Roo-
sevelt used it nee in this area when just such a situation was at
hand as is no' evident. The newspapers tell us that Russia has
for all purposes acquired Cuba as a satellite. The Monroe Doc-
trine was dra'n for just such an event. Now, on this anniversary
of our fight f( independence it would seem the right time to get
out this document dust it off, wave it under Cuba and Russia's
nose and thertake the necessary steps to make it stick.


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Minutes of the Jones. After further consideration and provements situate upon or en- and recorded (see plat Book 2, TrHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. TH.SDAY, JUNE 30, 1960
Minutes of the he Clerk read a letter from the on motion of Commissioner Strick- 'croaching with the limits of the I.age 24). o
County Commission IsItae Road Department requesting land, seconded by Commissioner lands required for said portion of i Hon. Cecil G. Costin, Jr., a.ttor-
tlhat the Board adopt a resolution Tharpe the following 'resolution 'said Section, and that the Chair- ney, representing Walter Owens in wonid result from the construction vice he rdered Gulf County dur
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA ,lacing State. Road 30 (Alternate was adopted: man and the Clerk of this Board his petition to construct a pier in o a pier and agrees for the Board ing his liership in the County
JUNE 14, 1960 '. S. iS) under the secondary road RESOLUTION be and they are hereby authorized tile Gulf of Mexico at St. Joe Beach, to adopt a resolution so stating and Civil Defoe -program.
The Board of County Commis- *Ir'ln. Said Department said WHEREAS, the State Road De- and directed to xeecute and deli, appeared before the Board on be- denying the application. Mr. Dick- The Bog, autohrized the follow-
sioners of Gulf County, Flurida, met that the road would be resurfaced apartment of Florida has authorized ver on behalf of said County to half of said application that was cns agreed to this proposal. After ing nameadded to the Indigent
this date in regular 'ses-ion with nl1 all bridges put in first class and requested Gulf County to fur- said Department the Contract in heretofore presented to this Board consideration, the Board requested roll. to-wilBelle Williams, $15.00;
the followwIng ninibers preseLt; condition by use of primary funds nish the necessary rights of way, the form hereto attached; and be at a meeting of January 12, 1960, Mr. Costin and Mr. Dickens to pre- larie Hos, $15.00; Ed Cham-
E. C. Harden, Sr., chairman; Ueo. before the road be set up in the borrow pits and easements for that it further at which time the Board ordered a sent a proposed resolution to comr- pion $15.0 Mrs. W. W. Walsing-
W. Cooper. A. J. Strickland and i:econd:try system. On motion of portion of Section 51510, State Road RESOLVED, that the attorney public hearing to .be held on said ply with the above agreement, ham, $15.(
tity Clerk Nell landjough, the A*- Comminisoner Coleman W. Tharpe, S-22-A, extending from State Road for this Board be, and he is hreeby application on February, 1960; that Whereupon, the following proposed The Bo. directed the Cler't to
tciney, Engineer, Road Supe'in- .seconded by Commissioner George S-22 to Apalachicola River in Sec-' authorized and directed to proceed said public hearing was held on resolution was presented and upon discontinuMother's P'ensio. pay-
tendent and Mi.squito Control uv- \V. Cooper, the following resolu- Lion 16, Township 4, South, Range to take the necessary steps for the February 9, 1960. but that no .deci- motion by Comm. Cooper, seconded meant beating July 1, 1963, unti,
erintendent were also present. ton was adopted: 9 West, which has been surveyed County to acquire in the name of son was made, ,but that the Board by Comm. Tharpe and unanimously school bets this coming fall.
The meeting came to order ,i RESOLUTION and located .by the State Road De- said County by donation, purchase, continued the hearing until March carried, said resolution was adopt- The Boi voted to advertise for
9:00 a.m. WHEREAS, the State Road De- apartment as. shown by a map on or condemnation said rights of way, 22, 1960; that on March 22, 1960, the ed, to-wit: two 1959,7 later model, two-ton
The Board directed the Clerk to lp-rtment of Florida is anxious o f'le in the -office of -the Clerk of borrow pits and easements for said hearing was continued, wherein the RESOLUTION trucks, w: the following specifi-
pay Eli Mitchell $293.40 for labor 'resurface State Road No. 30 (Al- the Circuit Court of said County, 'portion of said Section, and to pre- Petitioner, by his attorney and the Whereas this Board has ,before nations:
and materials for repairs to boiler ternate U. S. 98) in Gulf County end in the office of the said De- pare in the name of said County by attorney for those persons oppos- it application of Walter W. Owens 5 yard draullc dump bodies; 2
at courthouse. and to use primary funds there'or, apartment at Tallahassee, and it's County Commissioners all con- ing the application filed 'a written to construct a pier in accordance speed axeV-8 engines, 4 forward
The Monaco Laboratory of Pai'l, and WHEREAS, .the said Department demnation proceedings to judg- stipulation that this hearing be with plans and specifications pre- speed tranaission; 8.25 x 20 10 ply
amna City, and Comforter Funeral WHEREAS, the said Department will not begin construction of .said ment; and furnish to the Depart- continued until June 15, 1960. Mr. pared by Florida Engineering As- tires or elvalant. to be paid for
Home, presented bills for services has requested that after resurfac- portion of said Section in said ament the abstract search provided Costin requested 'the Board to con- isociates, Inc., of Port St. Joe, Flor- on or ,bef6 December 15, 1960.
performed in and about the autop- ig the said road, Gulf County will County until title to all land neces- for in sadi Contract. (End) sider the granting of said applica- i.da, and filed with this Commis- Bids to' received at 9:00 a.m.,
sy case of Paul Revell, iln the authorize the costs of maintenance sary for said- portion of said See-I The State Road Department filed tion 'at this time for the construe- s'on, and at the location designated July 12,,14.
amount of $100 and $50 respective- of said road from the secondary gas t'on has 'been conveyed to or vest- a copy of its resolution -approving tlon .of said pier at St. Joe Beach. in said plans and specifications, The billiwere presented, exam-
ly. The attorney advised that these funds, and ed in said State 'by .said County, revised map of survey 'and location The Chairman announced that the which location is not within the ined, appred and ordered paid,
bills would have to be authorized WHEREAS, the county is desir- and 'said lands are 'physically on Section 5-1613, SR No S-382 Poard will hear any and all persons Corporate limits of any City in this to-wit:
by the prosecuting *attorney before ous of adding this road to the State, cleared of all -occupants, tenants, (Michigan Chemical C o m pany' that may 'be interested in the County. There ing n6 further business,
the county could pay them. Where- Maintenance Secondary System, fences, buildings 'and/or other Road) and so presented the survey granting or rejecting of said appli, The Commission considreed this the mece did then adjourn.
upon, there was a motion by Coin- therefore, structures and improvemnets upon map. The same was ordered filed. cation. application at its regular meeting ATTEST:
missioner Tharpe, seconded by BE IT RESOLVED,. that Gulf or encroaching within 'the limits The State Road Department pre- Hon. Benjamin H. Dickens, At- on June 14, 1960 and finds as fol- Geo. Y. C E. C. Harden, Sr.
Commissioner Strickland and duly County requests the Department (to of the land required for said por- scented proposed typical sections on torney for land owners in Yon's Ad- lows: Clerk Chairman
carried, that said bills be paid, sub- repave the aforementioned road tion of said Section; and the following projects and each edition that are opposing the grant- 1. That the proposed pier is not ------.-. -
ject to approval by the prosecuting with primary gas 'funds .and that WHEREAS, the "said County is was approved by the Board, to-wit: ing of said application came 'before intended ot be created from dredg- NOTICE
attorney. 'Gulf County hereby authorizes 'the financially unable at .this time to. Section 51560-3608 (Garrison Ave- the Board and reminded the Board ed material. 'The .'i, of County Commis-
The Farm Agent presented his iDepartment to maintain said road provide the necessary funds to ac- nue). tnat at its meeting of March 22, 2 That the application of Walter .sionersx t- County will receive
report for the month of May and from Gulf County's .secondary gas quire said rights of way, .borrow Scetion 51560 (Long Avenue) 1'60, the Board ordered that no Owens s nt violtive of an ealed any person, co-
the same was ordered filed. funds and requests the Department pits and easements; now therefore, Section 51560-3660 (20th Street) further action be taken on applica- Owens z is not violativ, e o r pany, nationn .interested in
The State Auditing Department to add this road to the State Main- be it Section 51560-3601-02-42 (Wood- tion until June 15, 1960; that he sta teoninton "a overnmental selling C'unty the following
itsAuditReportNo.5132,tenanceSecondary*Syst other resolution of a Governmentalslnt h l g
iled its Audit Report No. 5132, tenance Secondary System, and it RESOLVED, that -the State Road ward Avenue) request the Board not 'to consider A ency describd &o'tal property:
which was made on the records of is Department of Flor-a be andt Section 51560-3602 (Streets in St. the application at this time because. .... Two (2A-59 or later -two ton
the Board of County Commission- FURTHERR ESOLVED, that spe- ishereby requested to pay or the Joe). many interested people in this mat- 3. That this commission finds trucks .th 5 yard hydraulic
ers of Gulf County for the fiscal cifically the road in question is de- htsofwayr p Section 51560-3604 (Streets in St. ter do not know they -will consider that no harmful obstruction to or dump b,es; 2 speed axel; V-8
year neding September 30, 1959. scribed as follows: -ehts of wayiborrow pitsnandnease- Joe). the application at this time; that alteration of the natural flow of engine; .forward speed trans-
The Board proceeded to examine Gulf County, Section 51010, State va o uidings, fences and Section 51560-3003 (Streets in St. other interested people are out of te navigable water as defined in mission; 25 20 10 ply tires or
said report and found no unfavor- RoadNo. 30, from the Franklin other structure ndimovements e)lown on vacation. He then request- Se 2 ,equival equipment to be
able remarks, however, the report County Line (M.P. 0.00) to IN- theron, andfor othorexp en Mr. J. V. Lister presented a let- e1 the Board to postpone any ac- 1959, will arise from the proposed paid tfo r before December
suggested that the Board set up a TERSECTION OF STATE ROAD acquiring title tosaid rights of wayter-easement for a road running .on until June 15, 1960, or some- construction, or that no harmful or until J19ly
Central Purchasing Agency for the 30-A (M. P. 12.524). (ned) borrow pits and easements by pur-from SR-71 in Sec. 12-T5S-R10W time in September. increased erosion, shoaling or chan- Bidseceived until July
County. The Board discussed the The State Road Department pre- chase or condemnation, from sics to the home of Oscar Collins. A. Ralph Nance stated that he knew nls or stagnant areas of water 12, 19 00 clock A.M., the-
possibility of setting up a Central sented its resolution adopted May funds and under such conditions as tr consideration the Board direct ntany people from St. Joe were in- ral Se, at the Oice
Purchasing Agency but found that 26, 1960, with reference to right- are set out in the contract hereto ed the Engineer to make the propy, terested in the project and that of said pier. of the i -'the Circuit Court,
it would be of no benefit, but would .of-way extending from SR S-22 ot attached; and be it further description of this proposed roae., they would have been present, but 4. That this commission finds W ewahi F, Florida.
be an extra expense 'to the Coun- the Apalachicola River and also RESOLVED, that said Coun ty, after which, the right of way ease- :ld not know the application would htat the prima facie owners of the The Boa reserves the right to
ty. The Chairman announced that presented the proposed agreement through its Board of County Comi -ment will be prepared for the land .be heard on this date; -that he felt simple title to adjoining lands in rejecti~. ad all bide.
tnis matter will be discussed again between the State Road Department missioners, comply with the request owners to execute. z the Board should consider postpon- hte area of 'the proposed pier, are 3'oD OF COUNTY
at some future date. and Gulf County to ocooperate in of 'said Department and procure, The Gaskin Brothers Lumber ing any decision until 'these 'people Thomas S. Gibson and Cecil G. Cos- CON ISSIONERS,
constructing said road. After con- convey or es in said Stae e Company presented a pat of R could be heard. tin, Jr., they having purchased GU.OUNTY
Upon motion by Commissioner sideration there was a motion by free, clear and unencumbered tie si Esa esLawrence Porter stated that he same from Basil E. Kenney, Jr., HARDEN, Sr.
Tharpe, seconded by Commissioner Commisisoner Strickland, second- to all lands necessary for said per- and requested same to be filed and understood the hearing on this ap- and wife Sarah Logan Kenney; but an 2
Strickland and unanimously car- ed by Commissioner Tharpe and tion of said Section, and deliver to recorded. After examination, there plicationn would be heard at night that an easement was granted by
ried, the Clerknwasn'directed to pay duly carried, that thie SRD resolu- -the State ReSai Department 'said 'was a motion 'by Commissioner 'in order thatWmore people would at- the, saidBasiloE. KenneyWJr., toad ond11 KA .L.RIDA
the Municipal Hospital of Port t. tio e be filed, that the contract 'be, ds physically lear of all occu- ckan, seconded by Commis- tnd.e, Sarahoganenneyto own- WEKA, FLORIDA
Joe $75.00, representing part pay- executed 'by the Board and return- pants, tenants, fences, 'buildings soonerer Cooper 'and -duly carried, Mr. Costin announced 'that he will era of lots in Yon's Subdivision of e 7, 1960
ment on :a bill for Pearlie Mae ed to said Department, and/or other structures and im- that said plat be accepted, filed ;,agree for .the Board to go on record thef County, a subdivision lying
5ss 'finding that harmful 'effect's Northeast of S. R. 30 (U. S. 98) to The 304 of Public Instruction,
--------- walk upon, use for boating, bath- Gulf Coun met on the above date
Sing and non-commercial fishing in Regulailession with -the follow
purposes, the aforesaid 'adjoining ing .prese and acting; Carter
land prima facie owned by ThomasI Ward, Chsman, Otis Pyle, Wil-
S. Gibson and Cecil G. Costin, Jr., liamr Roet, C. E. Boyer and J.
B- lT '' a true copy of such easement being K. Whitfiel members.
attached hereto and made a part The Supentendent was present
hereof. and acting.
5. That Walter W. Owens, appli- The minis for the preceding
cant, is ,the prima face owners of rc-eetings w3 read and approved.
Sthe land from which the pier is to The Finai.al Statement for the
ble constructed, beingg a seventy month-of ty was examined aad
foot (70 ft.) strip extending from approved.
BILDWEL SUPPLY CO. Is Now Gulf County Distributors for Famous GLIDDEN PAINT PRODUCTS 98)ohe hof theGlf of heaccountandrecordsofhe
6. That no bulkhead line has been County, for:1e fiscal year endel
Established in the area where this June 30, 19), was presented to
FA ERE pier is to 'be constructed, the Board ld ordered -filed as a
7. That material injury and mon. part of thtpublic records of this
A J :. / etary damage to adjoining land office.
will accrue therefrom, ,anii as a The Sanarian's report was ex-
D EM ON STR A TION result thereof this commission dos amined anordered filed.
F E not approve this application. Moved bWhitfield seconded by
Adopted in regular seslioti of Poemer to.cept the preliminary
H hM OR A I IO N Mthe County Commision of Gulf plans ,for tl Wewahitchka Elemen-
County on 'this 14th day of June, tary Schootiresented by Hartman,
3 E 1960. (End). Worsham ai Associates and they
B IIB rIS EO Fa had agreed to the compromise (re- as soon as possible.
solution) only because this. matter Excessieick leave without pay
OJ had been before the Board for sev- was grant, to the following
eral months without a decision, teachers 'f( the 1959-60 school
but that he intended 'to present year: Etnalaskin, Helen Rolins,
this resolution to the Internal Im- Juanita John, Nancy McIntosh,
TO EACH PERSON BY A FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE ement FBoard t its next me ye ard, Betty Traweek,
The Clerk read a letter from J. Betty Sue Amhors, Alveta Bowman,
AC IL ACT L t 0 S Y RSA. Alligood, Director of the Gulf James K. Pite, Hattie Bailey, Na-
As Long As They LU st County Civil Defense Program, in cmi Gant Lew is, Theophilus
which he states that he must re- Barnes, Atnb Baker, David Jones,
sign 'his position with the County, Dorothy Rilardson, Eloise Stall-
N inN To u U effective July 1, 1960, and stated worth and ledeline Wynn.
S I 0 UV hat his resignation was due to his There bek no further business
Nothing To Buy heavy work 'schedule and added re- to come bere they they did then
IN OUR STORE sponsibilities with his company. adjourn 'to ieet again in regular
2~_ -. ,The Board announced that it is session on Ily 5, 1960.
with regret that this resignation ATTEST:
is acCepted. The Board lnankei Thomas A. wens Carter Ward
P A E C IA L S Mr. Alligood for the valuab.o ser- Superintendit Chairman


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'HE STAR. Port St. Joe, Florida .......THURSDAY, JUNE 30,. 1960 FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room house with carport., i3U0
TXoodward Ave. Call 7-7396. B. C.
Aer Park, White City. tfc-6-2 Gaillard. tfc-6-;0i
G.ASSIFIED ADS FOR RENT: 2 story house with STORE FOR SALE: Living apart-
2 bedrooms. At 1508 Long Ave. ment in back. Adams Grocery, 6th
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 Phone 9-1301, Mira. tfc St.. Highland View. 2tp
hour. Cut your lawn and let me FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished FOR SALE: Corner lot on Second
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf! apartment. Available after June Ave., Oak Grove. Deep well and
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- 25. Phone 7-5771. tfec-6-23 cesspool on property. Contact Bill
son, Phone 7-7501.NT: 2 bedroom furnished alters, Wewahitchka, NEwton
FOR RENT: Gulf Service Station. house at St. Joe Beach. I. W. D- -4124. 2tp
Apply at St. Joe Motor Co. Port ren, phone 7-3171. tfe-6-23 FOR SALE: House, 1604 Long Ave.
St. Joe, Fla. tc-4-14$500. $50. down, $41.00 m. W.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- O. Anderso00. $350. c-6-down, $41.00 mo. 23
FOR RENT: House at 206 6th St. room house. Screen front porch, 0. Anderson. t6
Conatct Mrs. Nick Comforter. Water furnished. $35.00 per mo. FOR SALE: Combination TV, rs-
Phone 7-7511. tfc-6-2 Available this week end. Phone dio and record layer A real buy.
17-3023. tfc-6-23 SURPLUS SALE3 in Port St. Joe,
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom --- 112 Monument Ave. itc
attractively furnished apart- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment.
ments. Cool in summer, warm in I Apply at 509 10rh SL. 1 P FOR SALE: Heavy duty floor sand-
winter. Gas heat, window fans. er. Good condition. $50 cash. Only
They have to be seen to be appre- one. Modern Furniture Co. Itc
coated. Also nice Trailer parking FOR RENT: Garage apartment, _
lace. Phone 7-8829 or 9-9133. Wi- furnished. 2 bedroom. 1015 Monu- FOR SALE: RCA TV. Baeutiful
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail- .ment. Call 7-7396. B. C. Gaillard. blonde, 21" at a bargain. SUR-
PLUS SALES in Port St. Joe, 112
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK MIonument Ave. Itc
OF PORT ST. JOE
IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS FOR SALE: Homart 2-speed win-
ON JUNE 15, 1960 PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO CALL MADE dow fan. Slightly used. Good con-
BY COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, UNDER SECTION 5211, edition. See at 819 Marvin Ave., or
U. S. REVISED STATUTES phone 7-4246 after 6:00 p.m. 1tc
A S S E T S FOR SALE: Small iron safe in.
1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, good condition. .Priced to sell.
and cash items in process of collection ---.----- 617,406.95 SURPLUS SALES in Port St. Joe,
2. United States Government obligations, direct and 112 Monument Ave. Itc
guaranteed 1,398,569.65
3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions --- 528,405.76 FOR SALE: Kenmore wringer
S .... .. (,,.,i,,,n- ldin 7500 00n stock onf Federali washer. 10-lb. capacity. Balloons


Reserve Bank) 6,750.00
Loans and -discounts (including $103.95 overdrafts) 1,200,522.72
Bank premises owned $73,607.28, furniture and
fixtures $17,371.90 .--- --.....-- 90,979.18
Other assets .......... -. 29,929.67


TOTAL ASSETS ....
LIABILITIES
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
Time deposits of individuals, partnerships and
corporations
Deposits of United States Government (including
postal savings) ---.
Deposits of States and political subdivisions .-..-.-...
Deposits of 'banks
Other deposits (certified and cashier's checks, etc.) --
TOTAL DEPOSITS $3,443,436.20
Other liabilities


TOTAL LIABILITIES


3,872,563.93


2,687,881.91
233,447.42
187.029.15
281,859.03
45,062.47
8,156.22
31,028.44


3,474,464.64


CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
18. Capital Stock:
(a) Common stock, total par $25.00 100,000.00
19. Surplus 125,000.00
20. Undivided profits ----- 67,892.83
21. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred
stock) 105,206.46
22. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 398,099.29
23. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS -- 3,872,563.93
MEMORANDA
24. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities
and for other purposes 788,000.00
1, Walter C. Dodson, Vice-President and Cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best
)f my knowledge and belief.
/Is/ WALTER C. DODSON, Cashier
Correct-Attest:
/s/ J. L. SHARIT
/s/ S. L. BARKE Directors
/s/ HARRY H. SAUNDERS
State of Florida, County of Gulf, ss:
Sworn to and subscribed -before me this 27 day of June, 1960, and I
hereby certify .that I am not an officer or director of this bank.
VERNA M. SMITH, Notary Public
My commission expires April 20, 1962.
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FOR SALE FOR SALE- 2 bedroom house. Ig:
320 acres of woodland. 4.. miles. .lot, 8' years old. Priced:-to sell.'
South of Wewahitchka. Planted Small down payment. Can ,be fi-
with pines, 3 years old. Priced for nanced. Located at White City.
good investment. Contact Jake Mouchette -at St. Joe
-3 acres of waterfront property Motel. tt-6-16
located on Creek that flows into
Intracoastal Canal at Overstreet. FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
Ideal for fish camp or retirement ments. For. Couple only. Phone
home. 7-7641. tfc-5-19
-10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one FOR SALE: 2 'bedroom house. Ex-
block. Priced for good investment. tras. 606 Garrison. Phone 7-4211
-Nice home located on Hunter ointment t-6-2
Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, deep for appointment. ,tf-6-2
well pump, situated on 2 lots. 6% FOR SALE: 25. foot cabin cruiser
years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal- with 65 hp -motor. Sleeps two,
ance on VA -mortgage at $57.00 head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy
per month. Gibson or call BAll 7-5771.
-Only one new home left on Cyp-
ress Ave. for- sale 'to veteran that FOR SALE: Lots in White City in
can qualify for VA loan. Located Stebel Heights. Will trade for
in Port St. Joe's most up-to-date beach property. Phone GL 9-2208.
subdivision. Earl Herndon, Butler. Ala. 8tp-5-26
-Nice 3 bedroom home located at
208 10th St. Recently repainted in- WANTED: Man for profitable Raw-
side. Priced for quick sale. legh businessa Products well
FOR SALE: 3 .bedroom home. 1320 known In Gulf County. Real oppor-
McClellan Ave. Pay owners equity tunity. See or write Walter Carter,
Priced for quick sale. P. 0. Box 420, Grifftin, Ga., or write
THE PRIDGEON AGENCY Rawleigh's, Dept. FAF-100-119,
3C1 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe Memphis, Tenn. Stp-6-23
FOR SALE: Launderette on Mex- WANTED: Waitresses, full or part
ico Beach. Good business. Call time. Also dishwashers, full or
648-4160 after 5:00 p.m. or write part time. Catalina Restaurant, call
Joe Hewett, Mexico Beach. 5te 648-4122. tfe-6-9
FOR SALE: Breakfast room set3. FOR YOUR WATKINS Produots
Table and 4 chairs. $12.95 and n 9-1195 or wrie W. L.


up. SURPLUS SALES at Port St.
Joe. 112 Monument Ave. Itc'
FOR SALE: 1948 Jeep $60.00. Ph.
648-3126. Mexico Beach. ltp


rollers. Excellent condition. See at OWN A DELUXE COIN LAUNDRY
819 Marv 6:00 pAve .m. Phone 7425 IKOIN KLEEN has the best location
after 6:00.m.It in Port St. Joe. We are now inter-
FOR SALE: Hardwood *bed and viewing prospective owners. Con-
dresser a bargain at $23.95. SUR- struction on the building is now
PLUS SALES in Port St. Joe, 112 90% complete. The Installation of
Monument. ltc equipment will be handled by our
xeper.ts. Bank financed with mod-
erate down payment. For informa-
t!.on or interview contact ,by tele-
phone or letter Jack Rowe, 3312
FOR EXPERT Lake Shore Drive, Tallahassee,
Florida. Telephone 34661. 3tc-6-30
Electrical Repairs FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
20x24 ,boat house on 100 x 165
and foot lot in Wewahitchka. 2 blocks
S*. from school. Mrs. Fern Edwards.
Contracting FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, hard-
wood floors, gas floor furnace,
IT'S large attic fain, venetian 'blinds,
new 'built-in kitchen cabinets with
ceramic tile countertop. Can be fi-
WALL ELECTRIC nanced. 1606 Long Ave. BAll 9-1641
FOR SALE
Beach lots at St. Joe Beach and
CO P A N Mexico Beach. Priced from $500 up;
DIAL BAll 7-4331 as little as 10% down will buy one
of these fine lots. Ideal for a home
site or beach cottage.
House at Mexico Beach, com-
pletely .furnished. Only $600 down
and $75 per month. Now rented at

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FOR SALE: 6 lots in Beaty sub-
division at White City. See Un-
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HOUSE PLANS and remodeling
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Get in on the hottest thing this spring see your local authorized Chevrolet dealer.


FLOYD CHEVROLET COMPANY
F HONE BAIl 7-2221 401 WILLIAMS AVE. PORT ST. JOE FLORIDA


Pate's ServiceCe r


223-22 Moumn Avenues;i, Phone ~ll 9-1291


NEED A PLUMBER?
CALL BEAMAN
Plumbing Installation Repairs
Contract Work A Specialty
Agete for
Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures
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TWO LICENSED PLUMBERS ON DUTY TO SERVE YOU

BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE


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CRICKETS
RED WORMS
Groceries Drinks


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HEALTH
INSURANCE


Regular medical checkups are your
best health insurance. Besides pro-
viding your doctor with your medi-
cal history, you get the peace of
mind that prevents needless worry.
It's easier on your budget too,
since it usually costs far less to
stay healthy than to get healthy.
We maintain cc.:pflete, freshly
stocked drugs, ready to dispense
s your doctor prescribes.


Buzzetts Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Flovida


Fire Prevention

is Everyone's Job

Alton Hardy, Gulf County Ranger
of the Florida Forest Service says
of his organization, "Our Job is fire
prevention and our motto is to do
unto others as you wish to be done
by."
Ranger Hardy says, --It is hard to
believee that anyone would deliber-
ately go out and set fire to anoth-
er man's property for the sole pur-
pose of inflicting damage or just
for the sake of destroying some-
thing that doesn't belong to him.
boucli things do happen."
Ranger Hardy cautions such peo-
ple that the forest belongs to every-
body, whether they own the deed
or not. Fire in the forests destroys
the means of Gulf County's econ-
omy as well as game cover and
'soil cover to protect our game fish-
ing streams.
Hardy urges that everyone do
his part to keep .fire out of the for-
esst and to take especial care dur-
ing the dry hot period such as now
prevails.
Ranger Hardy urges that all fires


spotted by citi~eas be ,Ported im-
metately .to t St.' Joe Tower;
whose telephone. tuiuber is BAIl
9 2341 or dial the operator.
Vacationing In Oklahoma
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pool and
children left Friday afternoon for
a two week vacation visiting with
friends and relatives in Wichl*a,
Oklahoma.
Visit Relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Rogers spent
the week end visiting Mr. Roger's
sister and family in Macon, Geor-
gia.
Return From Vacation
The George McLawhon' family
has returned home after vacation-
ingi in North Georgia and Chero-
kee, N. C.
Vacation In Mountains
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDonald
and Mr. 'and Mrs. Cecil Hewett
spent last week at Fontana Village,
N. C. '

Guests of McLawhons


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OARD OF THANKS


rToom Feted we ah to 'Lkae this means of
S a offering our hart-felt thanks to
W ith PartV ythe many people who were so kind
and thoughtful during the recent
death of our loved one. Your faith-
The beach home of Mrs. Ellene fulness was appreciated.
Wright was the meeting place Wed- irs. Barbara Rennon
nesday night of last week for ball Mrs. Betty Kochem -and
,players on the Dozer Little Boys family
Baseball team when they were fet- Mr. and irs. Joe Foltz and
e- with a party. family.
The boys enjoyed swimming, f .
baseball, .and playing games on the
beach. I CARD OF THANKS
s. Ro e M J I wish to thank my many friends
B r Robert Faliski.W Mrs. J tfor their visits, cards, flowers and
Brown and Mrs. Wright served
pink lemonade, hamburgerpotatoprayers during my recent illness.
pik lemonade, hamburgers potato Fspecially do I want to thank the
chips and cookies to the boys on
he team and the oches.es from various churches, frater-
the"__ thn'al orders and 'entire staff 'of 'the
Municipal Hospital. You all were
MRS. WEFING SUFFERS
wonderful to me. God bless you ev-
SLIGHT STROKE eryone.


A number of friends of Mrs. Ag- LINDA BURGE
nes Wefing of Daytona Beach, sis -
ter of Mrs. Ned Porter will be con-] CARD OF THANKS
concerned that she has recently 1 wish to thank all my many
suffered a slight stroke. It is believ- friends for their expressions o'
ed that she will recover completely concern .and sympathy during my
Mrs. Wefing is in the Halifax Dis- ;'--cent illness and confinement o0
trict Hospital at Daytona Beach. the Municipal Hospital. I especially


Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Petty of St. She resides with her daughter, Mrs.
Petersburg, were the recent ,guests ,D. Bieman Alexander, Jr., of Day-
of Mr. 'and Mrs. George McLawhon. Lona Beach.


wish to thank Dr. William Wag r
'or his care.
LOUISE DAUGHTRY


DANLEY PROUDLY DISPLAYS THE LARGEST SELECTION OF DINETTES IN GULF COUNTY ..

OVER 37 STYLES AND COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM


rHE tiTAR. Port 8t. J6d0, la.


Guests of Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil L. Williams
and children, Michael, Marylin and
Gary of Seattle, Wash., are the
guests of Mr. Williams' mother,
Mrs. Dora Williams and sister Ma-
bel Williams. Also visiting are Mr.
and Mrs. John H. Wiliams and
children, Timothy and Jack of
Marianna. John H. Williams is the
brother of Mabel Williams. J. R.
Gortemoller of Marianna, spent sev-
eral days as the guest of Timothy
Williams at Beacon Hill.
Off To Market
John G. Blount, Jr., manager of
the St. Joe Furniture Company is
in High Point, N. C., this week
end attending the furniture mar-
ket.
Returns From Marinet
Wayne Buttram, manager of the
Danley Furniture Company return-
ed home Sunday after spending
three days in Chicago -attending a
furniture market showing.
Guests of Buttrams
Mrs. Jay Smith and children of
Xenia, Ohio and Alvin Sheffield of
Panama City were ,supper guests
of Mrs. Wayne Buttram 'and fam-
ily last Saturday.

Mr. ,and Mrs. Stirling Preston
Vvingate announce the birth of a
daughter Phyllis Fawn on June "10.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ashley Saum-
ner announce 'the birth of a 'son,I
Frank Allen on June 17.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee King
announce ithe ;birth of a daughter,
Audry Marie on June 17.
(All births occurred at the
Municipal Hospital)
Advertising doesn't cost--t PA Y'.
dvertisina Doesn't Cost It PAYS.


TMUiAsDAY, JUNA 30f 1.900


FOR SALE
New 2-bedroom House
With one and a half baths
Full Price, $9875.00
$1500 down $75 month
Here's a modern home with
many custom built extras. Just
perfect for small family or
couple. Ideal location.
See the Pink House on Rachel
Dr. In Mexico Beach. Owner
next door.
Phone 648-3205




James' Gems .


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City Restaurant
At the Bus Station

SHRIMP BOXES
CHICKEN BOXES
FISH BOXES
Phone your order In and It
will be ready when you arrive.
PHONE BAll 7-5431


7 Pc. Dinette




60" Table 6-Full V



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AIR CONDITIONED for
YOUR COMFORT $ A


5-pc. Dinette...
30x40x48 in. table
with 4 upholstered chairs

7-pc. Dinette...
60 in. table with
6 upholstere-I chairs

5-pc, Dinette...
3Sx36x43 in. round tac'.3



36x48xi0 in. table
With G upho'stered chair

7-p. Dinette...
38x48x60O in. table
vitii 6 upholstered ch3i7,

9-pc. Jumbo Dinette...
30x48x60x72 in. table
witi 8 upholstered chairs

9-pc. Giant Dinette.. .
42x54x72 in. table
wi8h 8 upholstered chair:


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WILL BE CLOSED



Saturday, July 2


FOR TAKING INVENTORY



You Are Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -... 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned For Your Comfort

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME



THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
--- WELCOMES YOU --
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday)

Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship --.- 6:15 p.m.


Sunday School


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


SUNDAY SCHOOL ---- ...........
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PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday)


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