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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 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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THE STAR


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
It where we can speak with it
once In awhile-Trade with
your home town merchantal


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port 'for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-THIRD YEAR JORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1960 NUMBER 41


NEW ROTARY OFFICERS-From left to right, J. A. Mira, secretary; James T. McNeil, Jr., President;
Lawrence Bissett, retiring president and Vice-President and Chauncey Costin, treasurer. Biassett is
shown 'passing the gavel of office to McNeil to begin his term. (Star photo)



Rotary Installs New Officers


New officers for the Port St. Joe
Rotary Club were installed last
Thursday at the club' i regular
meeting. James T. McNeil, Jr., as-
sumed his duties as president and
was .presented the president's ga-
vel ;by retiring president, Lawrence
Bi-ssett. Other .officers 'taking over
the club leadership were Bissett
as vice-president; J. A. Mira, secre-
tary and C. L. Costing, treasurer.
The new program chairman for
the coming year, Silas R: Stone,
presented the 'program himself
Thursday 'by 'talking on the theme
of "Independence". Stone bu-- his
talk around the theme, "Is indepen-
dence possible without law?" The
speaker declared that, laws were
necessary for the rights of men-
and 'the 'applying-of justice to ev-
ery man. He went back to ,the be-
ginnings 'of man's trail of another
for a wrong. In 'ancient days, a,
man's guilt was judged 'by firc, and
-water and battle. If a mai: had
supposedly committed a wroig e
was dunked in vater or forx-- I to
walk over fire with the beli'ff that
i+t the man were innocent, Go'd
would let no harm come to hlum.
This type 'of trial later evolved to
atrial 'by battle where a person who
was charged with a crime against
another went into battle, proving
his innocence by winning the fight.
The people grew smarter and 'be-
gan hiring, professional fighters to
do ,battle 'for them. As the battles I


Vitro Awarded Contract By Air Force

To Operate Eglin Gulf Test Range

The United States Air Force awarded Vitro Laboratories Divi-
sion 0o. Vitro Corporation of America *a -seven million dollar contract
for the 1961 fiscal year. Under the newly negotiated contract, Vitro's
duties will include 'the operation and maintenance 'of all test instrumen-
tation .'at Eglin and at four other locations on Florida's west coast
which make up 'the test sites of the Eglin Gulf Test Range.


Mill Resumes

Operation Wed.

T. S. Coldewey, vicepresident in
charge 'of operation's for the St.
Joe Paper Company announced this
week that the mill was beginning
to run Weddesday with -a good
number of orders on hand. Colde-
wey said that the company was
hoping to run all this month.
Coldewey said he couldn't look
any further ahead than the end of
the month at the present time.


Methodists Send

$50 To Chile

A special offering in the amount
of $50.00 was received at the Com-
munion Service at the First Me-
thodisit Church last Sunday morn-
ing for emergency 'relief of the
earthquake victims in Chile.
The Church had already gone to
the rescue in a limited way through
the Methodist Commission on Over-
seas Relief. In a -letter received
last week by Rev. Carmichael, from
Missionary Walter Mason in San-
tiago, Chile, there was a first-hand
report of the damage 'and the help
that had 'been received. Immediate-
ly upon receiving the tragic news,
M.C.O.R. went into action and sent
S20,000 in money, 200,000 pounds
of clothing, 1,500 'blankets, :8.l,0.
pounds of food, $15,000 worth of
medical 'supplies, and 1,200 dozen
candles ,to the stricken areas.
Last week 'a special appeal went
out .from thae Commission on Pro-
motion and Cultivation of The Me-
thodist Church across the country
to give further aid -to these people
in their need.


The report received in the letter
people 'or we have anarchy-giving Among the instrumentation for ,this week listed 65% of the people
-the power 'of law to one man. which Vitro will be responsible ra a 1,000 mile long- area as being
-The nseatr -declared tha .ti e new RCA FPS-16 long, range -ft without shelter-5,0 people.
e w oker declared t.aut eter-5,uuPeOP.
process -of law is weakest in im tracinng radai telemetry-rec e and over 100,000 lef wthot
ers which rao,,rd deta from ,tes
of emergency. He declared that the er s which' 'rerd data from teste 'food and clothing.
country begins grasping at straws missileqsan, aircraft, high speed
in an .emergency and places too otography equipment and 'a new The Church joins hands with 'the
much 'power in the hands of one y ;ons'tructed microwave .system. people. in. stricken Chile not only
man. As an example he cited he The -micr-owave relays will enable with their small offering, but in
wartime and -depression 'time pow- i re at the other test sites near -their earnest prayers.
ers given to Franklin D. Roosevelt. Port St. Joe, Tarpon Springs, Na-- -
He 'said only 'time will tell if these les and Key West *to transmit da.a c .o tsW ||
powers were wisely granted. 'to -a central computer, station at SCOUtS W illI
Stone hit at the go-vernmnets .of iglin 'during' actual-' tests of mis-
Hitler, Musollini, and Castro as bit- 'sies *and aerospace probes over Leave Sunday
ter lessons of the evils of one- the range. The microwave system
mran -rule and its deterrent to pro- will also provide a reliable -tele-
sonal liberty and independence. phonenetwork throughout the Boy Scots of Por S Joes
c.fn e.in-, f,,o. +, 1 ......f EGTR complex. Troop 47 will lev Sudy morn-


a free nation were 'slow, 'but neces-
sarily so, to insure not -the ultimate
punishment of a man but to insure
his freedom if the long, -slow pro-
cess of law can in .any way prove
him innocent. Stone .declared that
laws are made ,to protect citizens


evolved into court arguments -and -sometimes even against the mia-
trials, the battle champions evolved jority who sometimes let 'emotion
to lawyers. overrule .their mind -in meting out
S- true justice that only the proven
Stone declared .aligned the pro- guilty be pushshed.
cess of law in the United States Guests 'of the club -were Howard
along with freedom 'by stating that Bridges of Valdosta, Ga., and Carl
we either ,have laws -of and by the C. Hall -of Elacops City, Md.


TALLAHASSEE-Here's Florida Boys State's
Cabinet, -elected by 529 high school students who
attended the week-long practice in government
sponsored by the American Lglon at Florida S;ate
University. The session ended last week and Boys
State Governor Carven Angel, center, of Ocala, and
his fellow cabinet members, conducted business
briefly at the real cabinet table in the capitol.
The cabinet, right to left: Jim Chaplin of Miami,


Vitro Weapons S services, Vitro
Laboratories in Florida will con-
'tinue ,to employ over 1050 negin-
eers, radar technicians, electronic
technicians and support personnel.
More than 800 of 'these employees
will -be located in the immediate
vicinity of Eglin. The remaining
200 plus will be located at the other
four sites. Vitro Weapos, Services'
annual payroll will exceed five and
a half -million dollars.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDA'f


ing at 6:00 a.m. on a three week
trip which will culminate at Colo-
rado Springs, Colorado and the
World Scout Jamboree.
Scouts going on 'the trip will re-
port to the loading dock in back of
the Post Office at 5:00 a.m. Sun-
cay morning. They will load their
.baggage on the air conditioned 'bus
that will take them on their jour-
rey which will include visits to
the Alamo and the Philmont Scout
Ranch in New Mexico.
From 5:30 to 6:00 a.m. the
Scouts will have a devotional per-
iod prior to their journey. All par-
ents of the Scout's and the general
public is invited -to attend.
The Scouts will leave Pensacola
around 10:00 Sunday with the full
contingent of Scouts .from this area
going to the Jamboree. They will
spend their first night on the road
in New Orleans.
The Star has arranged for a
Scout to serve as correspondent on
the trip 'and will furnish a weekly
story of the Scouts travel adven-
tures.


Jaycees Will Meet

Tuesday Night

President R. H. Ellzey reminds
all members of -the Port St. Joe
jaycees of their meeting for Tues-
.day of next week.
The Jaycees -aired their first ra-


Net Rise In County Valuation

Is $726,917 Over Last Year's Figure

Bids To Be Read On $449,802 Hike In

Two Gulf Road Projects Taxable Property
--- According to the County Tax
The State Road Department has Equalization Board, which met
called for bids on 23 state road Monday, Gulf County property, both
jobs. The bids will -be opened in real and personal, -is worth $726,917


Tallahassee on July 2L
Among the projects up for bid
are two projects in Gulf County.
They are S387 between a point 2.7
miles east of SR 71 and Howard
Greek -and S22A' between SR 22
and ,the Apalachicola River.


Summer Program

Features Badminton

The Summer Recreation Pro-
gram at the high school featured a
Junior High boys' doubles and sin-
gles badminton tournament this
week. The tournament found the
young badminton players making
sAllots that much more experienced
players could well be proud of.
David Young '~attled his way to
the singles championship with a
display of fine shots and good
court strategy. Lloyd Gardner
played Young for the champion-
ship. He also played good badmin-
ton In all of hi matches.
First round games found Billy
Smith defeating Richard Ray 11-5.
David Young beat Leon Hobbs 11-3.,
Mike. White '--%a from Charles
Thomas 11-9. Roddy Bowdoln drew
a bye in ,the first round. Lloyd
Gardner -beat Tommy Atohison 11-1.
Bob Craig won from Robin Brown.
11-2. Jake Nichols defeated Alber.t
Gentry, 11-9. Johnny Scott best
Fred Chason, 11-3 to complete the
first round competition.
Second round play results were
indicative of the winner desire to
get to ,the finals. David Young out-
classed- Billy Smith, 11-1. Roddy
Bowdoin won 11-5 over Mike White.
Lloyd Gardner dropped Bob Craig
from contention with an 11-9 'vic-
tory. Johnny Scott quickly elimin-
ated Jake Nichol,- 11-0.
The semi-finals were hotly con-
tested as the field, was narrowed
considerably. David Young dropped
young Roddy Bowdoin by an 11-5
score. Lloyd Gardner advanced to
the finals with an 11-5 victory over
Johnny Scott.
The action in the aemi-finals set
the stage for the finals with David
Young pitting his shot assortment
against Lloyd Gardner's more pow-
erful attack. Young won the first
game, 11-9 in the most exciting
game of the tournament. The -issue
was in doubt until the final point.
Young also won the second game
in the two out of three series, 11-6
to gain the champiOnflib.
The doubles tournament was
equally as exciting as the singles.
The teams showed good shots, and
coordination between teammates.
Herbert Gardner and Bob Craig
stroked their way 'to the doubles
championship.
First round games wer, well
played with the more experienced
players prevailing. Lloyd Gardner
and David Young blasted Albert
Gentry and Junior Nichols, 11-1 and
11-0. Herbert Gardner and Bob
Craig overpowered David Hender-
son and Albert Gentry 11-1 and
11-0. David Porter and Fred Oha-
son eliminated Charles Gibson and
David Dickey 11-3 and 11-4. Al Ca-
they and Jimmy Goodman drew a
bye in the first roD&


S'dio forum program Sunday after- Second round action saw Her-
noon at 2:00 p.m. and will offer bert Gardner and Bob Craig gain a
their -next program on July 10. berth in the finals by defeating
.. Several other njatlers of business Lloyd Gardner and David Young,
will be discussed at the Tuesday 11-7 and 11-3. David Porter and
.T.-''- meeting. Fred Chason eliminated Al Cathey
commissioner of arclture; Joe .to. l- and Jimmy Goodman 11-5 and 11-6.
commissioner of agriculture; JoatCaton o.. oral- Guests of Carmichaels The final match found the Gard-
Gables, comptroller; C. L. Haslam- :ofSt.lPters- Rev, and Mrs. John C. Carmichael ner-Craig team closely matched
burg, secretary of state; Angel; Bill Patton of had as their guests last week end, with the Porter-Chason duo. Gard-
Miami, attorney general; Bob Kerrigan of Port 'Rev. Carmichael's brother, Billy ner and Craig won the interesting
St. Joe, treasurer and Wayne Jaeger of Haines Wayne of Glenwood, Ala., and Mr. match 1-8, 5-11 and 11-4 -to become
City, superintendent of public instruction, and Mrs. Roger Murray of Pensa- the doubles champions.
Other boys attending Boys State from Port cola. Badminton has proven a popu
St. Joe were Coleman Tharpe, Jr., Tom Martin --- lar activity in the recreation pro-
Watts and Jimmy Dawson. STAR Want Ads Get Resalts gram.


more than it was last year.
The Board met Monday, as a Tax
Equalization Board as set up by
law. There was no opposition to
the tax rolls and .the Board sat for
the required one hour and then ad-
jowUined.
The 'tax rolls, as presented by the
Tax Aessessor Samuel A. Patri.'k
listed Gulf County property values
at $17,163,014. Last year the same
valuation was $16,436,097.
Of this amount there is $3,977,-
610 in exempt property (chiefly
homestead exemption) as against
$3,700,495. So this means that of
the $726,917 increase, only $449,S92
of the increase will yield taxable
property for Gulf County's budget
requirements.
The taxable property is broken
down into three categories, as fol-
lows: Personal, which includes
Industry, $7,855,915 as against $7,-
422,219 last year. Railroad and tele-
phone (set by the State) $232,464'
as against $234,128 last year for a
decline. Real estate, $5,079;255 as
against $5,079,255, the same 'both
this year and last year.
Moat ot-the Increase in taxable
-property on the rolls was due to
the placing of .the new Michigan
Chemical Company on the tax rols.
George Y. Core, Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court .said new -property go-
ing on 'the rolls will hike the value
ofa tax mill by about $500.00. The
mill brought in, In, round figures,
$12,000 each last year. This will
now make each tax mill iA Gulf
County now worth $12,500.00-
again in round figures.


Traffic Toll Is

Less Than Pre-

Holiday Estimate

TALLAHASSEE There are
times when it makes the Florida
Highway Patrol happy to be dead
wrong.
One of those times was after
this year's July 4th long holiday
week end.
The patrol took out its statisti-
cal pencil a few days before the
holiday and, basing calculations
on fatalities in previous years,
predicted that 16 would die.
Actually only six persons died
in traffic during that long period
which began at 6:00 p.m. last
Friday and lasted through Mon-
day midnight.
"It was a pleasure to be wrong
on that one," declared Comdr.
H. N. Kirkman, when tabulations
were in. "We think that motorists
played a major lifesaving role by
being careful-and then'too, we
had all available men on the
highways supplemented by Le-
gion auxiliarymen."
Although the National Safety
Council said the past July 4th
holiday was one of the deadliest
insofar as accidental deaths were
concerned, Florida was much
lower than expected in traffic fa-
talities lower than any rpredio-
tion since 1957, when eight lost
their lives by means of-an auto-
mobile.
In Port S4 Joe, not even a fen-
der was dented over the holiday
week end according to Chief of
Police H. W. Griffin. Griffin said
one accident was narrowly avert-
ed when a car went Into a dan-
gerous skid coming off the North
side of the bridge over Patton's
Bayou on Highway 98. Griffin
said the driver managed to re-
gain control of his vehicle with
no damage being done.


All-Star Teams Will Vie For Tournament

Team Position In Play-off Series

Tournament teams for both the Wynn, Jerry Branch, Mike Gainnie,
American and National Leagues in Johnny Martin, Lamar Orrell, Boyd
the Little Boys Baseball League. Merritt, David Capps. This team
The two teams will play a best two is coached by Howard Rogers and
out of three aeries beginning Mon- Leo Shealy.
day, July 11 to decide the team to
go into the North Florida District The winner of he eries will n ay
Tournament play which will be held iWednesday tournament which begins onu
here in Port St. Joe this year. July 23.
'rue- fa. u rn-_- mAi p qin LLP n.Jl


The.o ti~wo teams a m e u p or
an all-star group from each League.
The two team rosters are as fol-
lows:
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Johnny Walker, Robin Brown,
Jerome Barnes, Roddle Bowdoin,
Billy Antley, John Maddox, David
Dickey, Jimmy Cox, Ted Whitfield,
Wayne Dady, David Macomber,
Larry Richter, Billy Cooper, Larry
Branch, James Keels, Robin Downs.
This team is coached by Ed Downs
end Thomas Rogers.
NATIONAL LEAGUE


TEAM STANDINGS
The Little Boys Baseball season
is now over and the following Is the
standing of each team in its respec-
tive league.
NATIONAL W L
Sharks 15 5
Krafties 13 7
Rotary 11 9
IGA 10 10
Ford-Pontiac 3 17
AMERICAN W L
Sockeys 16 '4
Gators 14 6


y on, Johnny Ricer,
Danny Wilson, Johnny RichterBA Ca


Andy Trammell, Gil Shealy, Al Ca-
they, Danny Oakes, Jerry Nichols,
David Wood, Billy Smith, Jerry

Veteran's Service Officer
Will Visit Port St. Joe

Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, -may receive
guidance from Jim Weant, Assist-
ant State Service Officer.
Weant will visit this area next
week for the purpose of helping
veterans or their dependents in fil-
ing claims for Compensation Bene-
fits or solving their insurance
problems. This free service in-
cludes assistance to employers of
veterans under the GI Bill, Voca-
tional Training, Subsistence or oth-
er problems.
During his visit in -this -area,
Weant may be contacted at the
City Hall in Port St. Joe between
the hours of 8:00 and 9:00 a.m.,
Friday, July 15.


Hard Stars 2 18
PLAYER HONORS
Awards were given at the exhibi-
tion games on July 4 to the Most
Valuable players and Sportsman-
ship in both leagues. Winning the
trophies in the American League
were: Johnny Walker, most valu-
able player. Sportsmanship, Jerome
Barnes. In the National League it
was: Danny Wilson, most valuable
player.and Johnny Richter, sports-
manship award.
HOUSING NEEDED
Housing is needed to put up
the Tournament teams coming
from Pensacola and Jacksonville.
There will be 32 boys and four
adults here for the tournament
who will need housing. If you
can accommodate and feed any
number of these boys and mana-
gers please call Bob Elizey, BAI
7-7006; The Star, BAII 7-3161 or
WJOE, BAll 7-2426 and leave
your name and the number you
can take care of.


Gulf Property Valuation




Shows Substantial Rise


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Pruitt Taylor
MRS. ELBERT LAVAUN TAYLOR, before her mar- ,
,riage on Saturday, June 4, in Pickens, S. C., was Miss Patricia
Ann Pruitt. She is the daughter of Mrs. Myrtle Pruitt of Bre-
vard, N. C. Mr. Taylor is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Tay-
lor of Port St. Joe. Mrs. Taylor is a graduate of Brevard High
School and Brevard College. Mr. Taylor graduated from the
Port St. Joe High School and Brevard College. At present
/ he is connected with Winn-Dixie Food Stores. The couple
is residing in North Brevard, North Carolina.


THEY


- Miss House Is

'Youth Worker
Miss Margaret House has been
employed for the summer as Direc-
tor of Youth Work at the First Me-
thodist Church of Port St. Joe. Miss
House is a native of Munford, Ala-
bama ,and is a Senior. at Birming-
ham Southern Colege, where she
is majoring in Religious Education.
This past summer, Miss House
served with a Youth Caravan Team
of the Methodist Board of Educa-
tion, working in the Eastern states.


Shower Honors

Miss Ava Jordan
Miss Ava Jordan was the hol-
oree at a miscellaneous bridal
shower on Monday evening, June 27
at ,the Methodist Social Room.
Refreshments 'of orange sherbet
punch, party squares, mints and
nuts were served to the guests who
called by the Misses Ellen Kenning-
ton and Mickey Thompsqn. Mrs.
Olen Roney kept the ,bride's booK.
Miss Jordan was the recipient of
many lovely and useful gifts.
Hoste.Qsses for the floccasion wVre


George Suber, Church Lay Lead- Ithe Mesdames N. E. Dees, A. W.
er, made arrangements through the Thomas, W. K. Settlemire, R. T.
Placement Bureau of Birmingham Hightower, J. O. Lucas and R. W.
Southern for Miss -House ,to work Smith.
with the Church here for the sum- ______ _
*mer and she began her duties on
June 11. Since. arriving in Port St. Hard Stars
Joe, 'she has made -plans and insti-
tuted programs of activity and stu- Eno Part"
dy for Seniors, Intermediates and Enjoy Party
Jvniors One new and -special fea-
utre of activity is "Youth Canteen" The Hard Stars Little Boys Base-
on Friday nights at the STAC ,ball team enjoyed a swimming and
watermelon party Friday afternoon
Miss House is ,staying in the 'at Wayside Park. The party was


home of Mr. and.Mrs. Marion Par-
ker, 504 16th Street.
Leaving On Vacation
TheF. Trh'e d nSu.tnn family will


given ,by the team sponsors, St.
Joe Hardware and The Star. Leroy
Bowdoin, coach of the team, assist-
ed .by Mrs. Bowdoin and Freddy
Bowdoin accompanied the boys on


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,the party.
leave Saturday morning for-a two ___________ Tommy Webb and Linda Kay
week camping trip th.e moun- and Mrs. Rosie Lin'd visited the
tain&. NEWS FROM Florida Etate Caverns over the
OAK GROVE week end.
Guests of Mrs. Darcey OAK GROVE I
Mr. and Mrs. Amant Lobat and rMr d s. Charlie Branch and I
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Lobat and Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovett havp James Smith 'of Monticello, visited I
two daughters of Raceland, La., just returned from their vacation wi'hli Mrs. Bessie Dykes over the
were the week end guests of Mrs. where they visited various points week e-nd.
Judith Darcey. Mr. Amant Lobat in South Florida. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and,
is Mrs. Darcey's brother. Mrs. D. Q. Hand and children, family spent last week visiting

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
with H. J. Strickland in Mount
Lora.
Mrs. J. M. Bass ,of Perry, is visit-
ing with Mrs. J. T. Campbell and
Mrs. W. G. Knight.
Mr. .and Mrs. W. W. Ensley of
Cleveland visited with friends in
Oak Grove last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Finley Terrell and
family *of Greenville were visitors
of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell last
week end.
Miss Treva Cnamnpbell is visiting
with friends in Lake Wales.
Mr.. and irs. Paul Keels and chil-
dren of Los Angeles, California are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Grady Keels
for a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis and fam-
ily are visiting relatives in Mis-
souiri.
Return From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Joines and
children Freddy and Jae Freida re-
turned home this week after visit-
ing with friends and relatives at
Indian River City and West Palm
Eeach.


THURSDAY, JULY 7, 196)

Joe Sharit, Jr. 'Named
Winter Haven C of C Pres.
Joe L. Sharit, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Sharit, Sr:, of this city
was named president of the Winter
Haven Chamber of Commerce last
week.
Sharit was described by toast-
master Tom Turnbull as a 'bright,
upcoming young man" and classi-
tied Joe, Jr., as -a "Pork Chopper"
since he comes from 'Northwiest
Florida.
'Sharit has served in several, of-
ficial capacities of the Winter Ha-
ven Chamber of Commerce having
served as vloeipresldent, board
member and committee chairman.
Sharit is a member of the law
firm of Hamilton, Straughn and
Sharit. He is married and has two
children, a daughter, Barbara
aIad a son, Joe.
Visit In Alabama
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jackson
spent the holiday week end in
Gardendale, Ala.


PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sixth Street Rev. Boyd B. Underwood, Minleter

WORSHIP SERVICES
S\L. CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
''"What Man Needs Most" ...........- 11:00 A.M.
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ...-..-.-... 7:00 P.M.
"Four Tests of A Christian" --...----. 8:00 P.M.
Prayer Service, Wednesday -- ---8:00 P.M.
A CORDIAL WELCOME AWAITS YOU!


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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $T75 THREE MONTHS $12750
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
DIAL BALL 7-8161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1960


Star Stories, Editorials Are Correct
The Star's veracity and judgment was questioned -- no
-- disputed last week when the Country Squire of WJOE de-
clared that one of the lead stories in The Star was untrue and
that an editorial was far from the truth of matters.
First we will offer some facts concerning the editorial. We
have learned that when we write an editorial we should obtain
the facts before we write it or embarrassment follows. And,
most of the time, the facts are unbelievable.
The Star stated that the traffic situation in Port St. Joe had
become deplorable and that the police had become lax in making
traffic mishap arrests. The WJOE columnist challenged this
statement saying that we had a good police department and that
the traffic situation in Port St. Joe is not so bad.
We contend that the traffic situation in Port St. Joe is de-
plorable and has reached the point of danger. We agree that
fort St. Joe has a good police department with a lot of potential,
but the statement that the police department was not being dili-
gent in traffic matters still stands. As proof we will state that
according to the City records for the months of April, May and
June, 1960, city police made 25 arrests for traffic violations other
than drunken driving. During the same period in 1959 the de-
partment made 40 arrests for the same charges. Let us point out
that during this period in 1959 the traffic crackdown had already
been effect several months and people were being more careful
in their driving habits than they are now. This record stands


girls the importance of nutrition in preparation for motherhood,,
and to help those same girls' in spacing babies properly after
they get into motherhood.
This list could be continued--for some 84 more pages--
but we'd like to conclude with the one recommendation from the
conference that we concur with wholeheartedly: That some time
be allowed young people for unscheduled and undirected ac-
tivities. --Exchange


Why Worry?
I wonder why folks worry. There are only two reasons
for worry. Either you are successful or not successful. If you
are successful there is nothing to worry about; if you are not
successful there are only two things to worry about. Your health
is either good or you are sick; if your health is good there is noth-
ing to worry about; if you are sick there are only two things to
worry about. You are either going to get well or you are going
to die; if you are going to get well, there is nothing to worry
about; if you are going to die there are only two things to worry
about. You are either going to Heaven or you are not going to
Heaven; and if you are going to Heaven there is nothing to
worry about; if you are going to the other place you will be so
busy shaking hands with old friends, you won't have time to


worry. So why worry?


TOO LATE TO

CLASSIFY
By RUSSELL KAY

When it comes .to top-flight mer-
chandising the merchants of Bra-
zil don't miss a trick. When our
Pan American Commission group
reached our hotel in Sao Paulo the
ladies of our :party found a beauti-
ful orchid in, a beribboned cello-
pahne container 'and the gentlemen
a box of individualized match fold-
ers each neatly imprinted in their
name. Accompanying these gifts
was an engraved personalized in-
vitation requesting them to be the
guests of R. Simon at a cocktail
party. Limousines would call for
you and return you to the hotel.
Did everybody go? Of course, we
did and it was a swank affair, stag-
ed on Simon's mezzanine cocktail


even in the face of at least three written orders to the Police De- lounge, which we learned later
apartment to take measures to curb traffic hazards in the city over could be converted to a glamorous
the past six months. sales salon. Charming -and beauti-
Now, in reference to our story on "Contract Let for St. ful 'hostesses in uniform went from
table to table offering cocktail's or
Joe Roads". WJOE says they are not let. We concur, but that t.bne ,tofTore hocn ei,.n t c, l r-


\the story is correct as it stands. As far as the State Road De-
partment is concerned, they have decided the low bidders and the
contracts are to be let unless the County Board objects to the
contracts, as the story plainly says in black and white and we
quote: "The county now has to approve the bids before they
Share officially accepted as contracts"' May 'we further quote from
the article by quoting: "It was announced at the meeting that
bids had been read and approved and low bidders announced in
Tallahassee Tuesday on part of the $850,000.00 road bond issue
recently sold by the county."
These facts were checked out by The Star with Commis-
sioner George W. Cooper and Clerk of the Circuit Cdurt, George
Y. Core.
We reiterate -- "The spoken word is soon forgotten, the
printed word remains to be thoughtfully weighed". Because of
this fact, it causes us to spend hours every week insuring that the
stories in The Star are as nearly correct as to facts as it is possible
to be.


Where Is Your Child At Night?

Mother and father. Do you know where children are at
night? Especially if they have the family car? Perhaps you had
better check into their whereabouts, no matter how much you
think you trust them.
The reason we offer this warning is that each night chil-
dren are showing up drunk on the beach. Where they are getting
the materials for such "recreation" we have no idea. But they
are getting it.
The other night, some teen agers tore up part of the carpet
golf grounds at the beach. The owners found out who did it and
called the parents. The boy (from a fine Christian family) said
"I didn't know what I was doing -- I was drunk". Such a state-
ment from a teen-age boy. Fortunately, he was sorry of his deed
and saw what trouble he could get into inessing around with "fire
Waterr.
This is only one instance. In the Spring of the year, the
sap runs free. See that your child doesn't get into trouble. It's
worth the effort.


All For Youth

After reading 85 pages of recommendations emanating
from the 1960 White House Conference on Children and Youth,
we arrive at the conclusion that this group wants Uncle Sam to
be Mother, Father, Doctor, Teacher, Preacher, Policeman, Baby-
Sitter, Playground Supervisor and Santa Claus for the nation's
youngsters.
About the only role left for parents and other private
citizens would be that of banker, footing the bill, for programs
that would bankrupt a country far richer than this while leaving
the family circle nothing to encircle.
Apparently, no facet of life was overlooked by the con-
ference, which solemnly recommended (with federal aid) every-
thing from a program for "supervision of toddlers and young
children, and appropriate safeguards against carelessness of adults
and younger children" to a plea for a minimum annual wage for
every worker.
There are proposals for federal support of education, and
schools supposedly must be responsible for development of "in-
tellectual, moral, spiritual, esthetic, vocational, physical and so-
cial needs" of the individual.
There are proposals for measures to prevent traumatic ex-
periences in infancy and early childhood, to teach adolescent


.thing rom a glass of milk to a
Bloody Mary. Between drinks they
circulated with trays of delicious
hors d'oeuvres.
When we had reached the proper
stage of mellowness, suave sales-
men and sales ladies immaculately
attired brought velvet-lined trays
containing the famed semi-preciqus
stones of Brazil made up in the
form of bracelets, ear rings, pins,
necklaces and so on. Nobody tried
to sell you anything, 'they were just
showing us the stock. You almost
had to beg the salesman to tell you
the price. You could buy it, of
course, but remember you are the
guest of Simon and under no obliga-
tion whatever.
Did we buy? I'll ,say we did.
Husbands softened up with liquor
of the best quality were delighted
'to have the little woman select a


--Exchange


able. A city of over 100,000 now
exists where a 'short time ago was
nothing other than a playground
area for mountain lions, and other
'beasts of the hinterland.
If I were a young man I would
hitch any wagon to a Brasilian star
for I 'sincerely believe that this
young-old country has a future so
fabulous that it is beyond -the pow-
er of human imagination to grasp.
God grant we can keep this great
Southern neighbor a free, indepen-
dent nation for America could have
LO greater ally.


Unemployment

Drops 29,000

During May

TALLAHASSEE- Seasonal cut-
backs in citrus and ,tourist-related
industries caused Florida nonfarm
mneployment to decline 29,000 i.r.
Mi y, down to 1,280,800, 'reports
F 1o r ida Industrial Commission
Chairman James T. Vocelle.
The May estimates showed 44,000
more workers than in the same
month last year, a 3.6 pa:" ceit
gain. All industry groups shareoL
the over-the-year growth except
construction, which was 14,000 em-
ployees, or 10.9 -per cent, below the
May of 1959 mark.
"The current estimate of non-
farm employment in May did not
show as 'big a drop as expected as
our index of employment, adjusted
for seasonal variations, increased
two points to 205", said Vocelle.
In contrast to its. big over-the-1
year drop, construction employ-
ment was 'the olny industry group
to 'show a May gain, increasing by
200 workers, 'but considerably less
than normally expected at the
spring season of th year when


costly bracelet. They even bought building usually Is.in its peak per
one for their girl friend on the sly dod in Florida.


and maybe an emerald tie clasp
for, themselves.
Suddenly the drinks which had
been circulating so freely seemed
-to disappear and black coffee, hot
tea, Pepsi-Cola and mineral water
appeared from nowhere. Shortly
we were informed that our limou-
sines were waiting. We gaily
trooped to .the elevators. Every-
L'ody was happy, everybody was
gay. It had been a wonderful party
and tomorrow morning a lot of
folks would looklat their travelers
check folder' and wonder where
their money went. It was as simple
as that. Jerry Waterman of Maass
Brothers said when he got home he
was going to throw a cocktail par-
ty to end all cocktail parties and
sell somebody his store
America moved her capitol from
Philadelphia to the banks of the
Potomoc and established Washing-
ton, a daring and stupendous move
in its era, but suppose they had
moved to Ohio or Indiana instead.
Brazil has established its new cap-
itol as far from nowhere as any-
one could imagine. It is a dream
and a hope backed with Indomit-
able courage. In the year 1960 you
don't pick up your suitcase and
move from 70,000 to 100,000 people
into the wilderness miles from
civ'iliziation unless you ha'ae the
patience of Job and the courage of
a Greek god. But Brazil ha's done
it determined to open undevelcp
ed areas and provide a blueprint
tor the future. My guess is the plan
will succeed and someday Brasilia,
instead of being isolated, will be
the center of the national acitvity.
A country that can develop a Rio
de Janeiro and a Sao Paulo can
provide itself with a Brasilia and
still have enough get-up-and-go to
make its mark in the world. No one
can adequately describe what has


Biggest work force reductions in
May came in the service industry
groap with a 14,500 drop, including
10,900 in hotels, as the winter tour-
ist -season ended and the pre-sum-
m'er season lull appea'edl.
Commission economist, Robert
B. Beasley, said that while the
may downturn .in employment was
"normal and 'expected, our growth
margin of 3.6 per cent 'above the
year ago figure, is not. In the past
10 years Florida ,has grown at
about seven per c'en't a year and
anything l'ss than 'this is below par
for this State. The decrease in our
growth rate began in August of
last year an dhas continued to
show a slight drop -each month
since."
Beasley said, "The primary drag
on expansion in this period 'has
been construction. This industry
has felt the effects of high Interest
rut'es and some overbuilding. The.
reduced volume of construction
is reflected not only in lower em-
ployment levels in this industry
but also i such industries as lum-
ber, stone, clay 'and glass products,
end fabricated metals."
"In addition," Beasley noted, "all
major industry divisions are expor-
iencing growth rates below the
average of the past ten years re
f'Meeting a rather general slowing
down 'of growth rates."
The Commission figures indib, te
total unemployment dropped by 1,
700 fewer jobless workers in May,
down to 76,000. However, this was
1 200 above the figure of 74,800 for
May of 1959. The decline in unem-
ployment from April was seasonal
resulting largely from out-migra
Cion. There was also some decline
in unemployment in agriculture
and -among construction workers as
employment in this industry began
to increase seasonally. Trade and


oeen accomplished at Brasilia in service workers unemployment, on
a few short years. It is unbelive- the other hand, increased.


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THE CLIMATE IS HOT

SAT YOUR




MERCURY DEALER'S



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fire this year.

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below de luxe low-price name

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CO.


Port St. Joe, Florida








,the dredged fills that form th
countless 'housing devetopmants'.--
"The reasons for the Florida ga-
tor's resurgence is that it's now
protected 'by law," says author Don
Tracey in his article, "Please Don't


Florida's original settlers, the Pat the Alligators."
alligators, are refusing to make
way for civilization in the Sunshine Nowhere in the state, he contin-
state, according to the current (Ju- ues, may an alligator under six
ly 9) issue of The Saturday Eve- feet be killed, even by one of the
ning Post. handful of licensed 'gator hunters
during the brief open season; in
Alligator mississippiensis, it is nine counties they're pr'"ccetu .'e-
related, have not 'been crowded off gardless of size.
-the Florida stage oven ,by such re- But Tracy finds .' ore- is still
Vinements of civilization as retire-.considerable aligato poaching go-
nfnt villages, superhighways or ing on in the .na' .ocks of Flor-


P. T. Barnum built his circus
around the simple slogan,
"There's a sucker born every
minute." It's surprising how
many of our prominent politi-
cians apply-the, same philosophy
to their election-time show.
They repeal the basic laws of
economics (for the duration of
the campaign), drag the old
"something for nothing" gim-
mick outpf mothballs, and offer
a good time to all. You scarcely
feel the hand in your pocket.
But you'll know it's there, all


"Please Don't

Pat The Gators!"


eral government.
The bill's advocates will tell
you it only covers .firms with
annual sales of $1-million and
over, and exempts small busi-
nesses. This is meaningless
when you examine it closely.
The local store that is a branch
of a national business is still
a local business employing local
people. But it would be forced
to pay higher wages than its
next-door competitor just be-
cause of the national connec-
tion, or the small retailer would


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right, when the time comes to --- have to meet the larger store's ag
count the cost. sales, so he would be caught a
Just now; f-r-instance, there anyway. Doesn't make much cc
are bills before both houses of sense, does it? Particularly fr
Congress which would increase since such unequal competition w
the federal minimum wage from *'could force many stores to close, bi
$1. to -f.25, and extend its cov- throwing local people out of
erage to workers in "retailing work.
and service industries." A good '5 Then what is the answer? er
S. ." 'liberal" cause according to its Shouldn't the unskilled work
sponsors, and worth all the cam- '*"' be subject to minimum. wage
paign mileage they can get out '" / laws? He should be and is, un-
of. it. But is it really? Let's .. der laws already on the books in
look at it objectively and try to 29 states. But it's a matter for
determine just who really ben- your state legislature, where
f -*.. efits,:and who pays the tab. '%"- everyone is familiar with local
The first, and most far reach- .. --. .., conditions and problems. Not
ing result would be direct infla- -- somebody way off in Washing-
SP o Any-retailer forced to pay larly aniong older people who ton. And it doesn't make sense
Shgher wages would have no need these jobs! to set up one rule, regardless
choice but to add the cost di- There is no need to point out of the admittedly varying eco-
r-ctly to his pi-ices. You won't the increased federal interven- nomic conditions that exist from
BT IS P L een have to wait for tax time tion in local business and conm- one area to another.
to pay for this one. You'll pay munity affairs this law would As for-the bills before Con-
r ght out of your pocket each entail. And you know through ga'r1s S-1046 (Senate) and
IS NOW t me you shop. And,. of course, sad experience, you would have KHR-488 (House) write to
the increased prices of goods" to. cough up the tax money to your representatives in Wash-
PA" ER aAN R make your own dollar worth finance the federal bureaucracy ingLon now, before it's too late.
PA ITNER and MANAGER just that much less. There to administrate the new law; Let them know what yon think
aren't, any one-way' streets in So you'd actually end up paying of these sheiunii'ans. They'll
economics. Any accountant can the tab two ways, in higher listen to you all rijlht; after all,
A4 the St. Joe Motor Co. t-,11 you that. Money on one prices and higher cost of fed- it's approaching election thi.!
25 years experience in Ford products. 15 years. ._
with the St-. Joe Motor Company. da's 'back country. "More than one! gators in the front yard. The first I Author Tracy provides his own
OTIS invites his many friends to drop around man," it is reported, "is presently bunch, he relates, considers the answer to the question. "I couldn,
andsay "Howdy". languishing in the state peniten- 'gator an object -of terror, while the find anybody," he says, "who had
y tiarv t R.iford because of his second group takes *a certain pro- ever been attacked by a 'gator
ubb,-ra insistence that the Good 'prietaxy pride in its individual without provocation or who had
T ord 'made the .gator handy to be neighborhood 'gator. ever seen anybody else attacked.
0 killed in all seasons of the year, Invariably, it is stated, the ques- "But, remmeber, if you do run
SST J E M O T i across ,one in your front yard some
his tail cooked into a tasty .atew 'th.t ignites the most ,fireworks, be- c ro iu au.s i,
FORD MERCURY FALCON and s de sld or hard money."tween these two groups is: "Cane that ust because 's
FORD MIERCUR FALCN, .1 'hs :.'d.e s .. ,0, practically in ;the center of town
Th autior divides .iewly-arrived 'You prove a 'gator will attack a .
Phone 7-3737 322 Monument Ave. rida residents to.two..classes, human being, except in selde-ean t's tame Please
acooi'ng"to theirr reactions 'to alli- fense ?" don't try to pat it."


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Phone BAll 7-8231 232 Reid Avenue
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side of the ledger must be
balanced by money on the
other side.
Another obvious effect of
such a law would be the inevit-
able elimination of sales jobs
for students and older people.
Why? Because a retailer who
must pay this increased wage
will be forced by simple eco-
nomics to hire full-time "pro-
fessionals" while his operating
costs skyrocket. This could
mean immediate, wide-
spread unemployment, particu-


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


FIR
Corner Third S


ST BAPTIST CHURCH


t. and Baltzell Ave.


C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 8:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


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Fish Market

IS NOW UNDER


Management

Owned and Managed by

)oris Gwaltney


P OYSTERS GROCERIES
--


Fish Market

PHONE BAll 7-3451


H. STAR, Port At. Jo, Plorl9la THURSDAY, JULY 7, 190d
AA j J l theft aand other type of risk.
CUt Authorized The reuton will e put bo
effect ,by some 280 companies which
In Auto Insurance write about 53 per cent of all the
physical damage insurance sold in
Florida.
TALLAHASSEE-(FNS)-A cut Permission to put 'the rate reduc-
automobile physical damage in- tion into effect was asked for 'et a
.rance rates was authorized last June 16 hearing .by the National
eek by State Insurance Commis- Automobile Underwriters Associa-
oner J. Edwin Larson. tion. A spokesman for the associa-
The cuts were ordered effective tion said that Florida is the only
ugust 1 on new and renewed po- state enjoying lower rates tor this
cies and Oct. 1, on other policies iye of insurance.
gardless of when issued. .
Under the order, 'a physical dam-
ge policy with a $50 deductible Home On Furlough
collision clause will be reduced Airman 1C Walter Wilson, re-
om $54 to $53 a year and -policies cently .stationed in Korea is spend-
ith a $100 deductible clause will ing a 30-day furlough here with his
e reduced from $42 to $37. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wil-
Physical damage insurance cov- son. Walter will return to Korea
rs losses against collision, fire, in August.


STOP DISEASE BEFORE IT STARTS

Just a few generations ago, virtually the only disease
that doctors could prevent with a drug was small-
pox. Today, many maladies are almost unknown
--maladies that once took countless lives. These
maladies--diphtheria, typhoid, lockjaw, polio, nu-
tritional deficiencies --have been conquered by
modern drugs, which stop the diseases before they
can get started. That's why we say .

Today's Prescription Is the Biggest Bargain In History


SMITH'S PHARMACY
236 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-5111


,M. to 7 P.M. 6 DAYS A WEEK







FREE PARKING
Specials for Thursday,
Friday and Saturday
JULY 7, 8 and 9
We Reserve Limit Rights


...for the lady who
pushes the cart...
Your IGA grocer is an independent store
owner., He serves you, the independent
consumer. Your every wish is his command.
His every effort is to
bring the best in
quality at the lowest
possible cost to you
every day. That's
why IGA is truly -
The American Way.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given -that I will
no longer be responsible for the
debts of my wife, Peggy Marie Buz-
ier, from the first date of publica-
tion of this notice. 4tc-6-16
/8/ ADOLPH BUZIER
----*-------
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
ADOLPH BUZIER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PEKGY MARIE BUZIER,
Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
NOTICE TO: Peggy Marie Buz-
ier, whose address is unknown:
On or 'before the 18th day of July,
A. D. 1960, the Defendant, Peggy
Marie Buzier, is required to serve
upon Silas R. Stone, Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is 321 ReId
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, a
coup of, and tile original of, an
Answer to the Bill of Complaint of
Divorce filed against her, .herein
fail not. or a Decree Pro Confesso
will .be entered against you.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court, at Wewahitchka, Gulf
County, Florida, this 16th day of
June, A. D., 1960.
/a/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court
(SEAL) 4t-6-16


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.
REGUSTA ANDERSON,
Plaintiff,
V*.
JAMES ANDERSON
Defendant
FOR DIVORCE
NOTICE TO: James Anderson
whose place of residence is un-
known.
On or before the 25th day of
June, A.D., 1960 the defendant,
James Anderson Is required to
serve upon Benjamin H. Dickens,
Pdaintiff's Attorney, whose address
is 303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of and file with the
Clerk of said Court, the original of
an answer to the Bill of Complaint
filed against him herein for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitch-
ka, Gulf County, Florida, this 23rd
day of May, A.D., 1960.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-5-26

NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
'business under the fictitious name
of Sit. Joe Marine Radio, in the
city of Port St. Joe, Florida, in-
tends to register the said name
wfith the Clerk of -Circuit Court of
Gilf County, Florida.
Signed: 4t-6-9
HARRY L. BREWTON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
BONNIE WHITFIELD MARTINEZ
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIE MARTINEZ,
Defendant.
DIVORCE
NOTICE TO: WILLIE MARTIN-
EZ, whose place -of residence is 204
Fairview Drive, Kingsville, Texas.
On or before the 11th day of July
A. D. 1960, the defendant, Willie
Martinez, is required to serve upon
Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address
is 221 Reid Avenue. Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of and file with -the
Clerk of said Court the original of
an answer to the Bill of Complaint


filed against him herein. 7
WITNESS my hand an.d.offleial
seal of said Court at Wewabitchka,
C-lf County, Florida, this .th day
of June, A. D. 1960.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-6-9
--K
COMPTROLLER OF THE
CURRENCY
Treasury Department of the
United States
Washington, D. C.
Whereas, satisfactory evidence
has -been presented to the Comp--
troller of the Currency that FLOR-
II A BANK AT PORT ST. JOE, io-
cated in Port St. Joe, State of
Florida, has complied with all pro-
visions of ,the statutes of the
United States rqeuired to be com-
plied with before -being authorized
to commence 'the .business of bank-
ing as a National Banking Assoc-
iation;
Now, therefore, I, Ray M. Gidney,
Comptroller of the Currency, do
hereby certify that the above-nam-
ed association is authorized to
commence -the business of 'banking
as a National Banking Association
under the title "FLORIDA NA-
TIONAL BANK AT PORT ST.
JOE", effective as of the close of
business on May 31, 1960.
In testimony whereof, witness
my signature 'and seal of office this


31st day of May, 1960.
RAY M. GIDNEY
Comptroler of the
Currency
Charter No. 14902.
(SEAL)


6t-6-9


M-
NOTICE
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County will receive
sealed bids from -any person, com-
pany, or corporation interested in
selling the County the following
described presonal property:
Two (2) 1959 or later -two *ton
trucks with 5 yard hydraulic
dump ;bodies; 2 speed axel; V-8
engine; 4 forward speed -trans-
mission; 8.25 x 20 10 ply tires or
,equivalent. This equipment to 'be
paid for on or before December
15, 1960.
Bids will be received until July
12, 1960 at 9:00 o'clock A.M., Cne-1
tral Standard Time, at the Office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
W ewahitchka, Florida.
The Boardi reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS,
GULF COUNTY,
By E. C. HARDEN, Sr.
Chairman 24


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Pme Seedlings

Available Now

TALLAHASSEE Land
,inning jo purchase pine se
trom th Florida Forest
m rserles' for planting .next
are encouaged 'to submit t
ders as scoi.n as ,possible.
data for e(cepting orders h
set at October 1, accord
,State Forester C. H. Coult


Shipping of seedlings'will .b.~e:
November 22 from the MTunson, Ba-
ker and Andrews *nurseries, while



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Wall to wall carpet, "Dri.
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Furniture, uphols',tly clean-
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"Retail" cleaning at com-
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"Over-nite" service.
"Cash and Carry" 9 x 12 rug
specibl--everyday, $4.00.
"Professional" rug and car-
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"Contract" yearly rates.
"Stains" removed.
"Dog" stained, faded carpets
"dyed" gorgeous colors.
"Kilmoth" moth proofing.
Champion rug cleaning gets
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"Never" a. dissatisfied custo-
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Rug cleaning demonstrations
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Floormaster "franchised"
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the Herren nursery will b?g t from the nearest Florida Forest THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
shipping ,cn December 15. Service office, county agricultural --
All orders for pines, up to 50 0j0 agent, SCS technician, or ASC of-
seedlings, will be accepted without fice. FIR T TI
reduction. But, if necessary, all or- Cost, FOB the nursery, will be: FIRST E
ders over 0,000 willbe prorate. Pine $4.00 per thousand; Red Ce- Port i
downers In addition to pine seedlings, the dar 'and Arizona Cypress, $8.00 per
seedlings lcrida Forest Service also hIs thousand; Catalpa, $5.00 -per thou- Methodist Youth i
Servi-e ,sand and Eucalyptus, $15.00 per
win-er. Red Cedar !and Arizona Cypress 1hundrde. There is an additional 35 Sunday School
their or- seedlings available in a limited cents charge for truck delivery in Worshi Hour
Ca,-cff number. Orders for these species most areas for each thousand seed- W rship Hour
as hasr must 'be 'held 'to .a 2,000 seedling lings. W shi H
lings .a u____ Worship Hour
ding to maximum. ..,
er. Order -blanks may be obtained Advertisin Doesn't Chot PAYS


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IODIST CHURCH
it. Joe, Florida
Fellowship .... 6:15 p.m.
9:45 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
7:30 p.m.


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vacation trip soon becomes just a memory,
electric air .conditioning can. be enjoyed oil
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Year's Best Seller

ata
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So drop in for a chat with your dealer while the
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Sunday, Monday, Tuesday

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WNW-TCH PARKED
Whm, eswas the
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Highland View
By HAZEL CREAMER
Phone 7-4976
Mrs. Alma Paige, Mr. and Mrs.
Hunter, Mrs. M. E. Gray and Mrs.
Lukie Burrow visited Friday with
Mrs. Clinton Cox.
Louise Richter returned to Jack-


sonville, where she is attending a
business college after visiting her
par ents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Balson of
Avon Park visited the E. R. Batson
family during the week end.
Mrs. Mary Morse and children of
iQuitman, Ga., spent the holidays
*with Mrs. Robert Mullinax and
family.
Mrs. Ruth Williams and daugh-
ter and son, A. J. Adkins visited
relatives in Fort White Tuesday.
A. J. left for Miami to spend a few
weeks before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Patterson an-
daughter spent the week 'end '.n
Westville with Mrs. Patterson's
mother, Mrs. Henderson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hewett spaat
the week end in DeFuniak Springs.
They were accompanied by Mrs. J.
WV. Wooten who will visit her son
Arlie Wooten and family.
Mrs. E. R. Batson and grand-
daughter, Dorothy Godwin, left Fri-
day for Amarillo, Texas to visit
with Mrs. Ray Hall and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Minger and
sons spent the week end in West-
ville with their parents.
Jeanette and Sarah Armstrong
attended the all night sing in Bon-
ifay, July 2. They were accompan-
ied by Mrs. Evelyn Patterson and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miles and
daughter Carol Jean ant Raymond
Burroughs attended -the Miles fam-
ily reunion held Sunday at Blue
Pond near Chipley.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Griffin and
son Jackie spent the day Monday
in Bl'ountstown with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Griffin.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daugherty and
daughters of Tallahassee were the
guests of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. V. Cannington during the
holidays.
Mrs. Annie Harnes and Mrs. Ger-
trude Lutzgen of Sopchoppy visit- I
ed the Clinton Cox family Monday.
Mrs. Elma Gainnie 'and Bonnie
Lovette of Clewiston visited Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Laurimore Monday.
Melba Butts of Oak Grove who
is employed with Two Crooks in
Panama City visited Mrs. Ranza
Whittington Monday. She was ac-
companied 'y hher sister, little Cyn-
thia Butts.
Ward Richards of Pensacola
spent the week end with his fam-
ily and friends.
Mrs. Mae Creamer and daughters
visited their father and grandfa-
ther, A. J. Payne during the holi-
days.
Glenda Faye Mullinax has re-
turned home after a visit with
friends in. Quitman, Ga.
Nell McDaniell, Buddy Kyle and
Mrs. Johnny Shoemsac of Hosford
visited Hazel Creamer Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Armstrong
and :son visited in Anniston, Ala.,
Cuing the week end with Mrs. MI-
rie Vickerson.
SHOWER
Mrs. Sarah Brownell. was honor-
ed with a calling shower from 3:00
to 5:00 p.m. in the home of Mrs.
J. J. Laurimore..given ,by Mrs. Lau-
rimore and Mrs. Goodwin. Those
attending ,and sending gifts were:
Mrs. Janice Stokes, Mrs. Leroy
Brown, Mrs. H. Marshall, Mrs. Cora
Lee Foster, Mrs. Stella Hewett,
Mrs. W. Peterson, Mrs. Lorean Sea-
wrigh), Mrs. Perry Elliott, Mrs.
Evelyn Goodwin, Mrs. Bonnie Ad-
kins, Mrs. W. I. Garden, Mrs. Lu-
cille Minger, Mrs. Ethel Taylor,
Mrs. W. H. Weeks, Mrs. W. B.
Holland, Mrs. Yvonne Rogers, Mrs
W. C. Forehand, Mrs. T. F. Russ,
Mrs. Silas Player and Mrs. H. G.
Parker.
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6 BOTTLE CARTON


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SUNKIST

LEMONS
GOLDEN BANTAM

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The pharmacy is the only retail
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Our prescription department is
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health needs.


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Port St. Joe, Flovida


HOOVIER
POLISHER
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Week's Activities In

Adult Softball Leagues

in the Men's Softball League last
Thursday evening the League lead-
ii.g Lions Club defeated Woolford's
Standard Station in both ends of
a double header that was moved
up from Saturday, because of the
holiday week end. The score of the
first game was, Lions 7 and Wool-
ford's 6 in an overtime game. The
second game went to the Lions
Club 16-4.
Last Friday night, Local 740 de-
feated Vitro Red and Vitro Blue
stopped Sammy's Auto Repair by
one run to eliminate Sammy's
from the championship and assure
the Lions Club of first place in the
League.
Tuesday night, Vitro Red won a
game from Woolford's Standard
Station by forfiet and Sammy's Au-
to Repair defeated the Lions Club
12 to 11 in a game that saw the
lead change several times.


Here are the

Lion's Club ---
Sammy's Auto
Vitro Blue --....


League standings:
W L GB
---- 19 7
--- 15 12 4%/
13 12 5%/


LIeague, IGiA defeated Vitro Wives
by one run, and the Dixie Dali.g.:
defeated WJOE by one run


Wl July N h-cs tre; Sour e.:''h i.ii
ca~tioiij the firsttpart off July.6


Blair further went on to s&a'y aL.t
some of the qualifications for en-
listment are as follows: Malt-s


Here are the league stand:u'is.: must be between 17 and 27 with
W L parent's consent required if under


W'JOE
Dixie Darlings .... -
IGA ..........----- ---- ---
Vitro W'ives ..-..--- .. --
Thursday, IGA will I
Dixie Darlings and WJOE
the Vitro Wives. Starting
7:30 p.m.


Air Force Recruitc

Enlists 25 In June

It was. announced this
M-Sgt. C. L. Blair of the
Force Recruiting Office,
office accomplishde 25 enI
during the month of June
creased rate of enlistment
local office was in line
recent announcement by It
Air Force of a 60 percent
in vacancies for the month
and July, Blair said. He
out that there will be incr'
cancies for July but he en
any young men or women


Guests Here Local 740 ..-- 12 14 7 planning to join or inter
Captain and Mrs. George W. Mil- Woolford's Std. __ 11 15 8 finding out more -about t
ler and son of Mobile Ala., were Vitro Red ......---- S 18 11 space Force in the near f
overnight guests at the Motel St. On Friday evening Vi.tro Red will contact him at the Post
Joe enroute on vacation to Tarn- play Woolford's at 7:30 followed 'Port St. Joe on the second
pa recently. Mrs. Miller is the by Sammy's and the Lions Club. Thursday between 10:30
daughter of Mrs. Minni.e Jones of On Saturday, Vitro Blue and Local 12 noon. He ,further sta
Oak Grove and the niece of Man-1740 will play a double header start- even with the increased v
non Howard of Kalamazoo, Mich. ing at 2:30. in order -to insure your ac





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July 8 to demonstrate the above appliances.



St. Joe Furniture & Appliance Co.

205-207 Reid Avenue PD.,n Alll a ior


9 3 IS and must have completed 10
8 4 years of school at least. Females
6 6 must be between 18 and 27 will
1 11 parent's consent required if under
play tLe 21 and must be high school grad-
will play uates or equivalent. All applicants
* time is must meet high moral standards.
------------
Visit Bowdoins
Mr. 'and Mrs. Foy Bowdoin and
er daughter Ann, of Elba, Ala., spent
Sunday here visiting his brother
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
E owdoin.
. .-k .
week by Returns To Pensacola
local Air Miss Susan Murray has returned
that his to her home in Pensacola after
listments spending two weeks here visiting
. The in- Miss Keitha Carmichael.
ts by the --
with the Visiting Parents
the U. S. Mrs. Leo Kennedy and children
increase are visiting with Mrs. Kennedy's
iof June mother, Mrs. R. D. Hendley in Per-
'pointed ry.
eased va- -- -- -
icourages Pensacola Visitors
that are Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Ramsey and
-ested in son, Clay of Pensacola visited
he Aero- with Mr. Ramsey's parents, Mr.
uture, to and Mrs. Wesley Ramsey and other
Office in relatives over the week end.
or fourth -- --
a.m. and Touring State
ted that Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Hendrix 'and
vacancies, daughters, Becky, Holly and Judy
;ceptance -


*Wall to wall carpet, "Dri.
Foam" cleaned at home.
Furniture, upholsta'y clean-
ed at home.
"Retail" cleaning at com-
mercial rates.
S'Over-nite" service.
"Cash and Carry" 9 x 12 rug
special-everyday, $4.00.
"Professional" rug and car-
pet maintenance.
"Contract" yearly rates.
"Stains" removed.
"Dog" stained, faded carpets
"dyed" gorgeous colors.
"Kilmoth" moth proofing.
Champion rug cleaning gets
the dirt, restores colors.
"Never" a dissatisfied custo-
mer.
SRug cleaning demonstrations
daily.
Floormaster "franchised "
plants operating coast to
coast.
We buy and sell used rugs.
"Franchises" available.
Representatives wanted.
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2324 E. Hiway 98 Millville
Panama City PO 3-8201
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CLASSIFIED ADVERT ISING
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- FOR SALE: 12 foot boat, trailer
ments. For couple only. Phone and 10 hp. Evinrude motor. All in
7-7641. tfc-5-19 good condition. The whole rig for
$250.00. Cliff Robbins. Phone 7-5681.
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 FOR SALE: one-thirdt ton Carrier
hour. Cut your lawn and let me air conditioner, 110 volts. Phone
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf 7-5491. itp
Service Station, Aubrey R. Temlin-
son, Phone 7-7501. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, hard-
wood floors, gas floor furnace,
FOR RENT: Gulf Service Station. large attic fao, venetian blinds,
Apply at St. Joe Motor Co. Port new buill-in kitchen cabinets with
St. Joe, Fla. tfc-4-14 ceramic tile countertop. Can be fi-
ai danced. 1606 Long Ave. BAll 9-1641
FOR RENT: House at 206 6th St. FOR SALE
Conatet Mrs. Nick Comforter. Beach lots at St. Joe Beach and
Phone 7-7511. tfc-6-2 Mexico Beach. Priced from $500 up;
las little as 10% down will buy one
FOR RENT: One and two these fine lots. Ideal for a home
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom s:'te or beach cottage.
attractively furnished apar t- te ou beat Mchexicott Beage ch, com-
ments. Cool in summer, warm in peey fnished. Only $600 down
winter. Gas heat, window fans. 75 persnmoth. Now rented atdown
They have to be seen to be appre- $140 per month.
crated. Also nice Trailer parking Choice lots in a restricted sub-
sjace. Phone 7-88 0 or 9-9133. Wi- ... .i o ar t cted
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail- an lsoun in Wewaritchka. Located
in an old pecan grove. Priced from
er Park, White City. .tfc-6-2 $450 with 10% down and balance
FOR RENT: 2 story house with in small monthly payments.
2 bedrooms. At 1508 Long Ave. COASTAL REALTY CO.
Phone 9-1301, Mira. tfc 1,6 Mon. Ave. BAII 7-4051
Wm. J. Rish, Reg. Broker
FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished --
apartment. Available after June ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners
25. Phone 7-5771. tfc-6-23 and floor polishers. Sales and
service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Mc-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished Clellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone
house at St. Joe Beach. I. W. Du- -.-
ren, phone 7-3171. tfc-6-23 FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. Ig.
.- --- lot, 3 years old. Priced to sell.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- Small down payment. Can be fi-
room house. Screen front porch, nanced. Located at White City.
Water furnished. $35.00 per mo. Contact Jake Mouchette at St. Joe
Available this week end. Phone Motel. tfc-6-16
S7-3023. tfc-6-23
0 FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. Ex-
FOR RENT: Garage apartment, tras. 606 Garrison. Phone 7-4211
furnished. 2 .bedroom. 1015 Moenu- for appointment, tfc-6-2
ment. Call 7-7396. B. C. Gaillard.
-- --- -- ----- FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- with 65 lip motor. Sleeps two,
room house with carport. 1;;00 head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy
VWoodward Ave. Call 7-7396. B. C. Gibson or call BA11 7-5771.
Gaillard. tfc-6-iO --
FOR SALE: Lots in White City in
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. Stebel Heights. Will trade for
Call Mrs. Paul Farmer, BAll beach property. Phone GL 9-2208.
7-2565. tfc-7-7 Earl Herndon, Butler. Ala. 8tp-5-26
FOR RENT: Small furnished ap- VANTED: Man for profitable Raw-
artment. Living-bedroom, kitchen leigh business. Products well
and bath. 401 13ht St. Phone 9-1301. known in Gulf County. Real oppor-
F-O REN..T. 2 bedrn- ----nIh tunity. See or write Walter Carter,
FOR RENT: 2 ,bedroom furnished p. 0. Box 420, Griffin, Ga., or write
apartment. $45 per month. Close Rawleigh's, D e p t. FAF-100-119,
in Water included. Call 7-8642. or Memphis, Tenn. 3tp-6-23
inquire at 1904 Garrison Ave. tic-7-7
........... WANTED: Waitresses, full or part
FOR SALE: House, 1604 Long Ave. time. Also dishwashers, full or
$3500. $350. down, $41.00 me. W. part time. Catalina Restaurant, call
0. Anderson. tfc-6-23 648-4122. tfc-(;-;
FOR SALE FOR YOUR WATKINS Products
320 acres of woodland. 4 miles needs call 9-1195 or write W. L.
South of Wewahitchka. Planted Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe.
with pines, 3 years old. Priced for tfe-5-26
good investment.
-3 acres of waterfront property HOUSE PLANS and remodeling
located on Creek that flows into plans, designed and drawn. Plans
Intracoastal Canal at Overstreet. drawnii to FHA, VA or your speci-
Ideal for fish camp or retirement fications. See Bill Waterhouse,
home. 1206 Long Ave. Stc-5-19
-10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one
block. Priced for good investment. WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
-Nice home located on Hunter THE AMERICAN LEGI()N. Meet-
Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, deep ing first and third Thursday nights
well pump, situated on 2 lots. 6%1 S:00 p.m.. Aimerican Legion Ilome.
years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal- SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. .
ance on VA mortgage at $57.00 SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
per month. O. F.-Mr1as. second and fouir b
-Only one new home left on Cyp- Thuirs days7:.1 li.m i American
ress Ave. for sale .to veteran that region lall. ll members red -o
can qualify for VA loan. Located attend.
in Port St. Joe's most up-to-date Noble Graind: BeBild Pridgeon
subdivision. Secretary: \heo Bishop
,-Nice 3 bedroom home located at ., A. M.-Regular convocation o0
208 10th St. Recently repainted in St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
side. Priced for quick sale. !.. 2nd and 4tl Mondays. All visit-
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. 1320 ing brothersI welcome.
McClellan Ave. Pay owners equity. David H. ,ins., High Priest
Priced for quick sale. Joel Lovett, Secretary
THE PRIDGEON AGENCY
3C1 Williams Ave. Port St. Joea
OWN A DELUXE COIN LAUNDRY
KOIN KLEEN has the best location
in Port St. Joe. We are now inter- BUILDEf'S SAND
viewing prospective owners. Coin- Yr
siruction on the building is now $3.00 Yard
90% complete. The installation of GRAVEL
equipment will be handled byv oiur
xeperts. Bank financed with mod- FILL and YARD DIRT
erate down payment. For informia- T1'-7 7'
t'.on or interview contact by tele- e .
phone or letter Jack Rowe, 3312
Lake Shore Drive, Tallahassee, l PHONE BAll 7-3171
, Florida. Telephone 34661. 3tc-6-30 ---6 ----


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THURSDAY, JULY 7, 19dJ WOMEN'S LEAGUE
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NOTICE is hereby given -that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of Gay's Fish Market, in the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida, intends to
register ,the said name with the
Clerk of Circuit Court of Gulf
County, Florida.
Signed: 4tc-7-7
MRS, DORIS GWALTNEY


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IF YOU AREf INTiRESTED in
Saving money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
crick expert service, tfc
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M.
POPE FENDLEY, Sec.
.-li Master Masons cordially invited

NOTICE OF IC.TITIlOUSi NAME


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
ADOLPH BUZIER,
Plaintiff,
Ts.
PEGGY MARIE BUZIER,
Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
NOTICE TO: Peggy Marie Buz-
ier, whose address is unknown:
On or before the 5th day of Aug-
ust, A.D. 1960, the Defendant, Peggy
Marie Buzier, is required to serve
upon Silas R. Stone, Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is 321 Reid
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, a
coup of, and file original of, an
Answer to the Bill of Complaint of
Divorce filed against her, herein
fail not. or a Decree Pro Confesso
will be entered against you.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
raid Court, at Wewahitchka, Gulf
County, Florida, this 5th day of
July, A.D. 1960.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court
(SEAL) 41-7-7


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