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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 28, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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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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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 a while-Trade with
your home town merchants


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


TWENTY-THIRD YEAR


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WP$L.tEY R. RAMSEY


Well, here we are back at the
keyboard after our first full week
off from work in 18 years (the
length of time we have (been work-
ing in the newspaper business).
We are glad to be hack. As a mat-
'ter of fact, we were ready to be
back about Wednesday of last
week. Not that the trip wasn't en-
joyable, but I guess you would just
call it force of habit With a little
coercion. from the wife and' a strong
will on. our part, we managed to
finish out our week's stay away
from home.
We went 'up the Blue Ridge
Mountain Parkway from Asheville,
S. C. to Lexington, Va., and then
got off it. The- Parkway was a fine'
sight, and quite a change from Port
St. Joe and Florida driving. The
speed limit on. the Parkway was
45. but there were very few times
you could ,even go that fast. The
Parkway from Asheville to Boone,
N. C., is a beautiful rugged drive
with numerous parking places along
the way to stop and look and take
pictures. We saw several deer
along the drive who paid less at-
tention to us'than we did to them.
And it was c-o-o-1 up there in the
Blue Ridge. No need for air condi-
tioning and a need for blankets at
night.
Don't ever plan on going away
from home and think you are
getting away from everyone you
know. About the time you think
you've accomplished this fact, up
pops someone you know.
Monday afternoon, we went to
visit Natural Bridge in Virginia.
Just as we arrived at the souve-
nir store and ticket office (we*
looked at the souvenirs and
bought tickets to see the bridge)
up came hizzonor the Mayor and.
Mrs. J. L. Sharit along within one
of their nieces. The Sharit's were
on their way to New York to
*meet their son, Joe, Jr., after at-
tending a Methodist Conference
meeting in Lake Junaluska, N. C.
Of course, Port St. Joe had a
good reunion right then and there
with everybody looking on.
Some of th'e impressions we got
from our vacation were--vaoation-
!ing is very expensive, hicere is
more to see 'than can possibly be
seen -in a week and we were glad to
get back home.
The State ,of Florida might well
take some lessons on road building
from North Carolina and Virginia.
Their roads were excellent. We
drove back down Highway 29 from
Wahing'ton, D. C. to the Georgia
border and' went through only 'one
town-Winiston-S'al'em, N. C.--the
rest were byipa'ssed. And during
this trip, 'all 'but about 50 miles of
road was four lane.
The best part of the trip was
getting back home and getting
the official word from Tom Col-
dewey that the paper mill antici-
pated no down time until way
Into August and maybe not then.
Maybe now we will do enough
business to pay for the trip.

Attending Camp
Paul Robbins is attending R. A.
Oamp at 'the Baptist Assembly
Grounds in Panama City.


PORT


THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1960


NUMBER 44


Contracts Let For City




and County Road Projects


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PORT ST. JOE'S ALL STARS from the Little Boys' Baseball League playing in 'the tournament last week
is pictured above. They are, back row, left to right, John Martin,, Andy Trammell, Jerry Nichols, Da-
vid Wood, Donald Wayne Capps, Gil Shealy, Michael Gainey, Johnny Richlter, Boyd Merritt. and Billy
Smith. Front row, 'left to right, Larry Branch, Danny Wilson, Al Cathey and Jerry Wynn.
(Photo by LYNART Studio)


MILL PLANS TO

RUN THRU AUG.

In interviewing Tom Coldewey
this week about mill operations
for the future. Coldewey said
that St. Joe Paper Company Is
anticipating no down time in
August.
Coldewey said present orders
will carry the operations up Into
-August and that anticipated or-
ders should carry the mill thru
the month.
This comes as welcome news
on top of some of the wild ru-
mors being circulated this week.
-----

Scouts Report On

Trip To Jamboree


CALHOUN DELEGATION CHARGES

GULF WITH BREAKING AGREEMENT

A delegation from Blountstown charged the Gulf County
Commission with breaking a "gentleman's agreement" Tuesday
night by their act of changing the routing of the "River Road" in
Wewahitchka. This road goes across the Dead Lakes bridge and
originally was slated to go to Kentucky Landing on the Apalachi-
cola River veering Northward toward Calhoun County. The curve
was changed to the South making the road come to the river a
mile or two South of Kentucky Landing.
All 'of this objection and two
hours of discussion 'was a result understanding that the road would
of the letting 'of road' contracts by curve North to ,meet a .road con-
the Gulf County Board of Commis- struoted by Calhoun County to-
sloners to pave several road pro- ward ithe Dead Lakes.
jects in Gulf County under a recent The Calhoun Commissioners, Ma-
$850,000.00. bond issue. The Comn- yo and Rep. Fuqu.a reminded the
mission received bids at their day Board that the Calhoun Commie-
meeting in June on Port St. Joe sion had levied taxes to raise -mon-
Trads and the Michigan Ohemical ey to apply to construction of the
Company! Industrial road. Tuesday Dead Lakes Dam with the 'gentle-


(Postmarked Almagordo, N. M.)
S* tIight, the Board acted on bids for
Jacksonville All-Stars Eliminate Mrs. Edna S. Thomas Troop 55 Is e to San An- andthe Ba ty Roa d making off
e A M r .73 E n' ia To A i. f ad she Bay7 Oty Road making oft
Port St. Joe Team From Tournament Dies At Age 73 eo, Toes i an Atono AFB, City restService Tower
WHouston, Texoias arit 5:30 a.m. Ta AF W er
Eirs. Edna SThirey Thomas, age t 5:30 a.m. Tues- ,and going to Howard Creek.
Jacksonville eliminated Port St. Joe Friday afternoon from the 73 passed away suddenly at her ay morning. n our way to Good- George Tapper Company was
Little Boys Baseball Tournament "by defeating the local all-stare nine home Sunday aight. ell(w AFB in San Angelo, Texa,, awarded the Howard Creek road
to 'seven. Port St. Joe had 'been beaten by Pensacola the previous af-' we saw some foothills and some ,oatraot for the low bid .of $302,-
ternoon. She is survived ,by two ,sons, other beautiful scenery. We got in- 244.60. Coggin and Dearmont of
Pensacola emerged Athe victors in the Tournament 'by defeating Gordon Thomas of port St. Joe to San Antonio about 12:15. We ohipley were successful bidders on,
Jacksonville 10 to two Saturday morning. The 'tournament was as ex- 'and Earl Thomas of Lanett, Ala.; ate in ithe cafeteria in the Grey- e River Road project with a low
citing as any could be. Port St. Joe supplied the suspense by coming four grandchildren including Char- hound Bus Depot. We had an ,hour bid vf $92,589.45.
from behind to defeat Jacksonville in ihe first game in the bottom half les Thomas of 'this city; seven to go to ,the Alamo and do other id of $92,589.45.
.. . ... -. Whilethethreeother projects in


ol rthe last inning. They almost did the same t.ing Friday afternoon
'with only two runs needed to tie rthe game. Pont St. Joe had the bases
load-ed but failed ito get the necessary in s.
Gil Sheaily of Port St. Joe won the Most Valuable Player award.
This award was pe.sfznted .by A he Oivlan Club. .
Rodney Spaulding was the official siorekeeper of the tournament.
Officials were Jake Belin, Leonard Belin, Charles Wall, Bill Water-
houise, Clifford Tharpe, Harry Tison, Ellzey Williams, Eddie Frank Mc-
Parland, Bascom Haamm and Bill Winters.


Tapper Tells Rotary Club of His

impressions of Democratic Convention


George G. Tapper spoke to his
fellow Rotariians last Thursday on
his experiences at the recent Dem-
ocratic National Convention in Los
Angeles, Calif.
George hinted that the Rotarians
oould probably 'tell' him more of
'the happenings of the Convenition
'than he already knew, since he
said that ,on the convention floor
it was almost impossible to know
what was going 'on most of the time
,except in your immediate isurround-
ings.
Tapper offered the opinion that
the Convention was rigged as was
charged by Truman,-but 'he declar-
ed that 'the rigging was for Adlal
Stevenson, since Stevenson sup-
,porters had the choice platform
seats.
Tapper predicted that th'e Demo-
cratic ticket would win in the No-
vember elections and predicted that
the ticket would carry the state of
Florida.


The speaker praised :Congres.s-


great -raudchildren; tWO brotherer,
Charles and Banks Shirey 'of Co-
um-buas, G'a., and one sitsber, Mrs.
Chleney Hludson of Columbus, Ga.
F tueral services were held Tues-
day, July 26 a't 3:00 p.m. from the
St. James Episcopal Church with
the pastor, Rev. Harry Babbit of-
ficiating.
Pallbearers were: Joe Bri'tt,
Frank LeHardy, Calvin Mussel-
wlhite, Lamar Hardy, W. D. Jones
and Joe Ferrell.
interment was. in Holly Hill
Cemetery.
Comfortier Funeral Home of Port


man Bob Sikes for -his work with St. Joe was in charge.
the Florida delegation anid for the


nomination speech he made for the
Florida -favorite son candidate,
S-enator George Smathers. Tapper
also had nothing tbut good things
to say in regard to Senator Spes-
sard Holland 'and his now famous
address ito the Convention -attack-
ding the civil rights portion of the
party platform.


Long Avenue Baptists

Have Visiting Speaker

Tom Knotts of Jacksonville will'
supply 'th'e pulpit of Long Avenue
Baptist Church this Sund'ay, July
31, in the absence of the pastor,
Revj J. C. Odum, who will be on
vacation. Mr. Knotts is director of


First Baptist Circle 4
Meets With Mrs. McClellan

Circle Four of the First Bap-
tist WMU met in the home of Mrs.
C. A. McClellan Monday afternoon
*at 3:00 .p.m. for their their regular
Circle meeting.
Mrs. McClellan prseided in the
absence of the circle chairman. She
,also brought the devotional froya
1 Cor. 9:9-27. The .subject of the da-
votional was, "This I Do for the
Gospel's Sake".
A -social hour was enjoyed by
those in attendance.
The next -meeting will 'be in th3
home of Mrs. Grady Keels.
---Vitro Bowlingagu
Vitro Bowling League


Royal Am'bassacdor work for the The Vitro Bowling League has
Florida Baptist Convention. The applied for membership in :he.
Royal Ambass'ador program is' American Bowling Congress and
work with boys between the ages will' be 'a member in the Panama
o, -nine and 16 in Baptist churches. City Association. Officers elected
Mr. Knotts is a graduate of ,were: presidnet, B. I. Mobley; vice
Southwestern Theii-':il.:-ii Semin- president, E. B. Scwartz; secretary-
ary in Fort Worth, Texas. He is a treasurer, C. E. Koller.
dynamic, youthful leader and an ex-i The league .bowled Wedne.~a-"
cellent .speaker. He will speak at' night, July 20, in Panama City and
both worship -services, 11:00 a.m. the team satndings are:
and 8:00 p.m. Won Lost
The public is invited to attend Gutterduster .-..........- 6 2
and hear Mr. Knotts. CGddballs 4 4
Piinsipotters ............. 4 4
Gusets of Lucas IAlley Oops ------------2 6


'j, Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. High individual game: J. E.
S_- J. Lucas were Mr. and Mrs. Van Milburn (188).
..-V. Coon and Mrs. (Paul Coon of High individual series: J. E. Mil-
Bogalousa, La., Mr.-and Mrs. B. L. ourn (485).
SLucas, of Cullinston, La., Mr. and The one member in the "200"1
S W e Mrs. Elbert Ikerad and children Club: B. I. Mobley.
from Lake Providence, La., Mr. and -
.. -- Mrs. R. W. McGuffie and family WORKING IN VET HOSPITAL
S* U' from Vicksburg, Miss. and Richard Oliver Harper is now living and

Soein Coral Gables. Oliver is also work-
Work was started this week on ih e new Citizens' Federal Savings CARD OF THANKS ing part4time at the Jax Memorial
and Loan Association building in Port St. Joe. The above picture was I would like to thank Dr. Joe Hospital in Miami. He will enter
taken Monday ;when a bulldozer began leveling off the ground for con- Hen-drix, the hospital staff and medical school this fall.
straction. Workmen were digging the foundation yesterday afternoon each of my friends for each kinl- I
aor the new building. The Citizens' Federal 'building Is being construct- ness -shown me while I was in the Visiting Howells
ad on the corner of Fifth Street and Williams Avenue across the street hospital. May God richly 'bless you Mrs. Bert Cox and son Ronnie
Drom the City Hall. In the background can .be seen the new A & P Su- all. of Rome, Ga., are visiting Mr. and
pr Market being 'built next to the Florida Bank building. (Star photo J. F. DAVIS Mrs. W. H. Howell.


Most of the 'boys went to the
Alamo and took ipiltures. We saw
the Bowie knife land some other
very interesting things that are
hard' to describe. We left there
about 1:45. Tommy Grimuley and
David Harvey b-ought a cowboy
halt. We got into Goodfellow AFB
San Angelo, Texas at, 6:00 p.m.
We were the first buss to arrive on
the -base.
We ate 'supper in a very icee
mess hall. After we ate e went
-swimming and to a baseball game.
No one has been sick in the last
24 hours.


the Port St. Joe area .bad been
bid on and 'the low bidder ascer-
tained, the projects had not 'been
officUily 'let because they were
over ithe" engineering estimate.
These projects were held in abey-
anoe until Tuesday night and the
opening of the last bids ito see if
enough money was going to be
available to pay for all the pro-
jects. The ,last two projects were
considerably under the engineer's,
estimate making the total of the
projects ome withinth e money
available.
ROAD GETS ARGUMENT


man's agreement" that the road
would curve `toward Calhoun Coun-
ty and give them an, access road
to the Apalachicola River and the
Dead Lakes area.


CHANGE KEPT SECRET
Parker 'and Harry Saunders,
speaking for the Dead Lakes Wa-
tr Management Board, charged
that the change in the road direc-
tion had 'been kept secret from
them. Parker said 'that as recent as
,two months 'ago he had asked about
a rumored change in the road but
was informed that no change had
been made, at that date.
Saunders told 'the Board that the
Dead .Loa 'te"-' .1jisi'.r had been
instrumental in urging the Calhoun
Commission to aid' in the dam pro-
ject and were desirous of seeing
that COahoun County was satdftide.
Chairman E. C. Harden said that
the road direction had been chang-
ed -because it was now headed to
an area that is being developed. A
real estate development is shaping
.up in this ,area wih 'lots being sold.
Harden said it was not the inten-
ition of ithe Gulf County Board to


JULY 13 'hae only is~acusshon aurting 'mte abandon the road project to the
Troop 55 left San Angelo, Texas evening dealt with the River Road. Calhoun County line and that the
about 6:30 or 7:00 a.m. from the A delegation from Blountstown Board fully intended to construct
Goodfellnow, AFB, and we saw the consisting of G. U. 'Parker, Virgil suh a road ,as soon as possible.
Santo de Christo Mountains. They Mayo, Don, Fuqua and Calhoun Mayo rebutted with the fact that
were just beautiful. We went on County Commi.ssioners Charley An- this "breaking of faith" with Cal-
and reached the second change of drew and Woodrow Aul'tman. houn County could not leave them
:time, Mountain Time. We reached Parker charged, that his company, with the 'ability to accept another
Carlsbad about 10:30 or 11:00 a.m. 'the Neal Lumber and Manufactur- "gentleman's agreement" and that
and tate lunch in, a cafeteria. The ing Company had given, a 100 foot 'bhey must ibe presented with some
Crawford' Hote would not hold us right-of-way for the road with the bona fide guarantee before they
all iso Troop 55 and 54 stayed in could continue to cooperate in the
a very nice motor court. Young Matron's Circle proj.ect. M)aiyo predicted that as
After we checked in we went to Meets With Mrs. Ellis matters now stand, It would' be al-
the Carlsibd Cavern's. The averns ees most impossible to get a convic-
were 'the most beautiful thing that The Young Matron's Circle of tion against anyone fishing in' the
we had ever 'seen. I' really amaz- the First Baptist Church met Mon- Dead Lakes without a permit in
ing what God has created. I wisday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Calhoun County. The permits are
Clthat all o you iff Ellis. issued to defray some of the cost
It'rse north your money nd worth The devotional was given 'by Mrs. of the Dead Lakes dam.
your while. The whole tour coat s Lee Taylor.' The Gulf County Board ended
$1.50 each and lasted three and a Old business and new biainess the meeting by setting up a joint
hal to our hours.was discussed. Mrs. John Rich meeting with the Calhoun Board
at the motor court's cae. closed the meeting with prayer. on, Wednesday, August 3 in Blounts-
After supper we went back There were two visitors, Mrs. Bill town to try to come to a "meeting
to other. Whroomil we were having uach Fleming and Mrs. Joe Davis. of minds" on the matter.

the poor 'busa driver had to get
some fuel, iso when he went to get
it, he couldn't because he hadn't
registered the lbus. It's a state law
in New Mexico. So we didn't get
any until the next morning. *" '
Mr. Simpson and all the boys are ..
having the time of their lives. .
No one has been sick in the last "
24 hours. .

MRS. HARTHERN TO
RECEIVE DEGREE .- -
Mrs. Avdris, Harthern will ret.ei ve
her M.A. from the Florida State
University on Saturday, August f.
She graduated at the AssemblIes
of God Bible College in Lakeland -.
and received her B.A. -from the "----- -_ ..
Florida Southern College in Lake- ",... '.
land. Her parents, the Rev. and. '
:il-rs. Alan Trimble, from Ohio, and
Rev.,and Mrs. Charles H. House Trailer Burns
will be present in Tallahassee for The house trailer pictured a-bove was destroyed by fire Saturday
the graduation, after which, Alvis night. The trailer is located at Kenny'sA. Mill near the Michigan Chemi-
will join Paul Harther, her h s- cal Company plant. Nobody was at home at the time and the trailer
band, in Tuscaloosa, Ala. was virtually destroyed before the fire was discovered. Cause of the
t blaze Is unknown.
Visiting Shealys Firemen were called out Sunday afternoon to put out a car on fire
Thursley Gordon of Macon, Ga., at Butler's Bar beyond Highland View. The car belonged to Daryl But-
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sea- ler, owner of the Bar. It was gutted inside. Cause of this' blaze was
1V unknown. (SitarPhoto)


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S-' The aCIl vietes a these christisan n- THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1960
of clubs, iindergartens and nur- -.
"Center of Good Will" 'was the reminded of the Christ-MIke efforts e y s iooisclasses inm sewing,
program topic for discussion dinA the toward social, economic and spirit Iometinmes. English, games, athle-n
July circle meetings of the Long ual betterment made possible thru tims, playground .brary, dramatics,
Avenue Baptist Woman's Mission- the Goodwill Centers located t i 34 arties, family ight entertainment,
ary Society. Oircle members were of the large cities of our country. Dental and medical clinics and re-
ligious services. The first of these
Goodwill Centers was opened i'n
S I Louisville, Kentucky in 1912.
SI CIRCLE ONE
Shell Hom es Circle N.ber One of the Long
SAvnma Baptist Church met Tules-


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Iday morning in the home of Mras
Ralph Ward 'with. tou members
and one visitor, Mrs. B. L. Peters.
A light breakfast was served dur-
ing the opening business session.
It was mannmouncedj h thet WMS
was paying the expenses of one ,girl
fram the Florida Baptist Children's
Home to attend a summer camp.
The program, "Center of Good
Wil,," was presented by' Mrs. Joe
Fenrell, Mrs. W. D. Sykes, Mrs. T.
J. Brnaxton and Mrs. Ralph Ward.
The August meeting will e held
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CIRCLE TWO
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CHILDREN


Engagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wood lof this city announce ,the engage-
ment and' approachjig marriage of tietr daughter, Edna Bonecle,
ito I~eo George Btirgenheier, ison of Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank J. Birgen-
hetner of Oasper, Wyoming. The wedding will be an event of Satuar-
,day, August 27, -at 8:00 'p.m. in the Gospel Assembly Church, 621
Kraft Ave., in Panama City. No invitations are being sent but all
friends land relatives of the couple are, invited to attend thae oere-
mony and reception. I i '.


home of Mrs. Cliff Robbins on
.Tuesday morning at 9:30 a.m.
The meeting was opened with
prayer 'by the chairman, Ms;. C. H.
McKnight. After the regular bu'si-
nes ses-sion those present present-
ed. ,the July missionary program,
"Centebjs of Good Will".
Iin attend ance at this meeting
,,ere Mrs. H. F. Hall, MrJ C.
Odum, Mrs. C. H, McKnigh,t Mrs
L. W. Porter taad Mrs. Cliff Rob-
,bis.
The meeting adjoduirned with
prayer by Mrs. J. C. Odum.
CIRCLE THREE
Circle Number Three 'met in the
home iof Mrs. George McLawhoon on
Monday afternoon at 3:00 p.m.
with, ithe chairman, Mrs. H. Y. Zip-
'perer presiding over the businesss
session.
The program lohairmam, Mrs. Hil-
ton Lewis, presentedd the program
entitled, "Center of Good Will".
Assis'ting her were Mns. A. P. ack-
con, Mrs. J. 0. Ogle, Mr. H. F.
Basibee, Mns. H. Y. Zipperer and
Mrs. George McLawhon.
CIRCLE FOUR
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home of Mrs. N. G. Manrtai on Tues.
day night at 8:00 p.m. Following
the transaction of business, the
Royal Service program was pre-
sented' by Mrs. Kenneth Bateman
in ithie form iof a discussion. She
was assisted by Mns. Laimar Hill
and. Mrs. N. G. Martin.
After the hostess 'served feresh-
ments, the meeting 'was adjourned'
with prayer.


CIRCLE FIVE\
Mrs .Fnark 'Pool was hostses 'to
Circle Five Tuesday 'might when
they met for their July program
or "Good' Will Centeis".
A short business meeting was
held and, plans were made 'for the
August meeting. Mrs. Pool served
tfereshments of ice cream, cake,
coffee and' lemonade e to the sfix'
members present.
CIRCLE SIX
, Cicle Number 'Six met Monday
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Motel operation is a highly com-
petitive operation. This Is particu-
iasnly true in Florida where the
traveling motorist baa sr seeming
linmtless choice no matter what
highway he may be traVeling.
What makes a tourist choose one
motel and pass up others? How
can the small individual moantel own-
er compete with the ibig chain op-
erationa? What can be done to
impress their guests, buld, -good-
will, make them return and to
recommend the place to 'others?
In my traveling experience I
have encountered some unusual ef-
torte, mostly by indivbuidi operat-
ore who made their -particular place
stand out in my memory and caus-
'ed me to send friends and' rela-
tivee' there.
Among these were a neatly print-
ed welcome card accompanying a
glass of orange juice, a corsage or
bouquet of flowers for the wife.
An dtivitaition to enjoy coffee and
doughnuts Ibeforle leaving in the
morning as guests of the manage-
ment. In one instance i was even
served ,a breakfast of ,baco. end
eggs, toast and coffee on the house.
In one case where I had made
reservation in advance I arrived to
find book matches with my name
printed on them awaiting my ar-'
rival, in another I was given a,
small. package of stationary, print-
ed, as personal note paper with my
name and the notation "Or Guest"
and the name of fthe motel. Most
blsitahlments providfa attractive
poat cards with pictures of the
motel and often the management
will provide the postage.

These are all little extra-added
unexpected courtesies that stick In
your memory. They impress you
favorably and you enjoy telling
others about the 'experience all of
'which makes it good sound- pro.
motion.

Many operators spend consider-
able money on costly full color
booklets and folders- des rl-ptive of
their facilities or the. area they
serve. These are more or less 'un
of the mill chamber of commerce
..ty'pe pieces that most folks soon
discard.
.. At Perry on State Road 19, Nor-
toni A. Mepncher operates the Kings-
,wood Inn Motel, an attractive col-
onial. type hostelry that possesses
loth charm and beauty. Mencher
likes,~to be different.
His guests find a modest amill
older that gets away from thlie old
routine type of greeting. It is en-
titled "Desiderata" and was com-
posed I believe aby Max Ehrmann.
Opening ftit the guestbsr read the
MoJlowlwigg: %'-
"Go placidly amid the noise and
haste, and remember what peace
there may be in silence. As far as
possible without surrender, Ibe on
good eirms with all persons. .Seak
- your truth quietly and clearly; and
listen to others, even to the dull
and ignorant; they too have their
-story. Avoid loud, and aggressive
persons; they ,are vexations to the
spirit. If you campare yourself with
others you may become vain or
bitter. For always there -will be
lesser and greater persons then
yourself. Enjoy your achievements
as well Bas your plans. Keep in-
terested lin your ow.n career, how-
ever -humble.
"It is a real possession in the
changing fortunes of time. :Exer-
cise caution in your business af-
fairs. For the world is Iull of trick-
ery. But let this not blind you.
to what virtue there is. Many per-
sone strive for high ideals. And
everywhere life as ful of heroism.
Be yourself. Especially do not feign
affection. Neither be cynical about
Love. For in the cae of all aridity
and disenchantment, it is as per-
ennial as grass. Take kindly and
council of the years, gracefully
surrender the things of youth. Nur-
ture star~tngh of spirit to shield
you in sudden ,misfortune. But do
knOt distress yourself with dark
imagining. Many fears are born of
fatigue and lonliness beyond a
wholesome discipline. Be gentle
with yourself, you ane a child of
he universe no less than the trees
and the stars, you have a right to
,be here, and whether or not it is
clear to you, no doubt the uni-

Terse is unfolding as it should.
Therefore be at peace with God,
whatever you coneieve him ,to be.
And 'whatever your 'abors and as-


pirations in the noisy contusion of
life, keep peace in your soul. With
all the sham, drudgery and broken
dream's, it ts still a beautiful world.
Be cheerful. Strive to -be happy."
Reading it, the guest instinctive-
has a feeling of well-being. Re-
ce says M'enchler, has ,been
.--cwhelming.

t TO CHURCH SUNDAY








THE STAR, Port St. J6e, PF .

Minutes of the
County Commission
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
JULY 14, 1960
The Board of County Commissioners of
(Gu, county, Florida, met this date in reg-
uar session with the ol!o v ~n members
present: E. ). Harden. Sr., Chairman,
Coleman W. Tharpe, A. J. Srtick and, Geo.
W. Cooper and G. S. Croxton. The Clerk,
Sheriff, Attorney and Road Superintendent
were also present.
The meeting came to order at 9:00
c'clock a.m.
Rev. G. T. Hinton opened the meeting
with prayer.
Dr. H. I. Langston appeared before the
Board and presented his budget request for
the Gulf County Health Department for the
next fiscal year, said budget calling for an
expendiutre of $31,880.00, with Gulf Coun-
ty contributing $14,589.00 of that amount.
The Board announced that this budget re-
quest will be considered at a later date.
Mr. J. C. Arbogast appeared before the
Bcard to protest some of the unsanitary
conditions at St. Joe Beach. He stated
that certain residents of that area emptied
sewage water in their yard; that peop e
are camping on the beach in front of the
homes and that beer cans, bottles and other
ditbria are scattered along the side of the
highway and streets. He asked if the County
could zone St. Joe Beach, whereby certain
laws could be set up to control the Health
hazards. After discussed, the attorney ad-
vised that the Board of County Commis-
sioners have no authority to zone any part
of the County and that it has no luriadic-
-tion in these matters. He further advis d
that if anyone was -trespassing on priv.ite
property, then the matter could be settled
in civil court. Mr. Arbogast, then requescid
the County to do whatever necessary to
get the authority to pass zoning laws.
TLe State Road Department notified tLh
Board that bids will be received on the
Howard Creek and River Roads on July 26
at 10:30 a.m. in Tallahassee and also in-
formed the Board as to status of the $830,-
000.00 Bond Issue Road Program, as fi l-
lows:
projects: ,,^ '
Michigan Chemical Road, low bid 282,-
507.76, engineering 23,293.24, total 255,-
800.00.
Streets in St. Joe, low bid 118,543.01,
engineering 11,756.99, total 130,300.00.
Streets in St. Joe, low bid 51,284.05,
engineering 5,115.96, total 56,400.00.
Sub-total, low bid 402,334.82, engiseer-
ing 40,166.18, total 442,500.00.
Roads to be let 7,26 60:
Howard Creek Road, low bid 815,000.00,
31,60.00, total 846,50.00.
River Road, low bid 120,000.00, engineer-
ing 11,000.00, total 131,000.00.
Sub-total, low bid 435,000.00, engineer-
ing 42,500, total 477,500.
Grand total, low bid 837,334.82, en-
gineering 82,665.18, total 920,000.00.
Alter much discussion, the Board voted
to withhold its recommendation to the State
Road Department with reference to the
first three bids until July 26, 1960, which
will permit the Board to know the exact
bid on the bids to be received on that
date. -Jl W #.
The Tentative Budget was approved, see
Legal Advertisement.
The City of Port St. Joe requested the
county to repaveys certain streets in Port St.
Joe, providing the county has unbudgeted
funds in the $850,000 Bond Issue program.
The Chairman announced that no funds
would be available for the proposed work
under the Bond'Program.
The Board approved payment to Mrs. Rose
Lynn in the amount of $87.00 for nursing
Mrs. Willie Strange.
The Road Superintendent told the Bord
that the ditch at Whitfield's 'Subdivision
on Wetappo Creek requires a large pipe to
handle the water in that area and that
the ditch will have to be enlarged. After
discussion, the Board directed the Super-
intendent to contact the land owner with
reference to obtaining the necessary ditch
easement.
The Chairman told the Board that sev-,
eral requests had been made to him for[
the installation of concrete pipe on CCC
Road No. 5. Comm. Strickland said he
would cheek this road and see if the pipe
requirements are on the County Road.
Comm. Tharpe told the Board that he
wanted the Board to pave the parking lot
at the First Baptist Church in Port St.
Joe. After discussion, the attorney advised
th owners of said property will have to
give the County an easement before this
type work could be done.
The Farm Agent presented his report
for June and the same was ordered filed. ]
Several Hospital and Funeral bills were'
not approved because of a shortage of In-
digent funds.
Pursuant to notice published according to
law, the Board received the following bid
fei the purchase of 2 1959 or later model,
2 ton trucks with 5 yard hydraulic dump
bodies, to-wit:
Elizabeth I. Justice offered 2 1959 F-600
Fcrd trucks as per advertisement for
$1,995.00.
Upon motion of Comm. Cooper, seconded
by Commissioner Strickland and unanimous-
ly carried, the Board voted to purcha se thei
2 rtucks as offered in said bid.
The Clerk present the following financial
report for the month of June 1960:
FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR JUNE 1960
General Fund
6-1-60 Book Balance ...... 46,610 93
6-1-60 Receipts: Occupational
License .......... 11.00
6-1-60 Beverage Lifense 7.50
6-20-60 R E Taxes ... 59.96
6-28-60 R E Taxes .. 1461.46
Warrants ................. 9,073.50
6-30-60 Book Balance .... 39,077.25
Mosquito Fund ............. 2,226.69
6-1-60 Book Balance
(Receipts ............ None
Warrants .................. 1,485.19
6-30-60 Book Balance .......... 791.50
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
6-1-60 Book Balance ...... 42,159.02
6-1-60 Receipts:
Fines & Cost .... 620.40-
6-14-60 Fines Q Cost .. 368.41
6-20-60 R E Taxes .... 24.74
Warrants ................. 5,780.87
6-80-60 Book Balance ...... 37,442.20
Road and Bridge Fund
6-1-60 Book Balance ........ 8,618.25
6-2-60 Receipts:
Gas Tax ...... 1,539.97
6-13-60 Trans. Tax .... 86.31
6-20-60 R E Tax ...... 20.62
Warrants ................ 13,475.91
6-30-60 Book Balance .... (-3,265.76)
Health Center Interest and
Sinking Fund
6-1-60 Book Balance
(No activity) ........ 23,750.00
Capital Outlay Reserve Fund
6-1-60 Book Balance
(No Activity) ........ 24,833.00
Beacon Hill Beach
6-1-60 Book Balance
(No Activity) .......... 500.00
St. Joseph's Fire District
6-1-60 Book Balance
(No Activity) .......... 779.82
All payrolls for the month of June were
were approved and ratified as paid.
There being no further business to come
bfeore the Board, the meeting did then
adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
Clerk Chairman
GENERAL FUND
Estimate of Receipts:
100 U. S. Flood Control Funds 9.00
114 Railroad & Telegraph
License ................ 169.00
115 Race Track Funds ...... 30,000.00
116 Insurance Agents
License ................. 168.00
121 Mosquito Funds-State 1:
Cash ................. ..7,400.00
121 Mosquito Funds-State 1:
Credit ................. 7,400.00
122 Mosquito Funds-State 2:
Cash ................. 8,600.09
130 Taxes (6.0 mills-
$18,185.404) ......... 69,186.00
187 Occupational License .... 1,000.00
188 Beverage License ...... 2,500.00
174 Port St. Joe Mosquito
Funds donation ........ 6,000.00


174 Wewahitchka Mosquito
Funds donation ........ 1,500.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED
RECEIPTS .......... 183,931.00
Less 5 pet.... ............ 6,696.00
95 pct. of estimated receipts 127,235.00
Balance forward: Cash .... 52,445.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED
RECEIPTS and
BALANCES ......... .179,680.00
Estimated Expenses:
211 County Commissioners Salary,
expenses, etc........... 13,718.00
212 Clerk Circuit Court and
Deputies salary ........ 7,500.00
216 Supervisor of Registration
salary ................ 2,400.00
219 Administrative salaries 3,000.00
221 General Court costs ...... 600.001
224 Tax Assessors Commissions 9,000.00


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225 Tax Collectors Commissions 9,000.00
227 Inquest ................ 300.00
241 Courthouse maintenance
and operation ........ 10,780.00
261 Elections and Registrations 2,075.00
262 Legal Advertising and
expenses .............. 2,200.00
269 Administrative Supplies .-
County Comm .......... 6,800.00
270 Administrative Supplies
others ................ 3,190.00
272 Pension-J. R. Hunter .... 600.00
275 Juvenile Court Salaries
and expenses .......... 2,100 00
311 Salary for license Clerk
for County Judge ...... 1,200.00
811 Circuit Judge's and
Secretary salary ....... 2,083.00
541 Maintenance Health Centers 500.00
542 T B Hospitals .......... 2,600.0:
561 Mothers Pension .......... 800.00
562 Insanity Cases .......... 300.00
563 Welfare .............. 6,000.00
071 County Service Officer 1,447.00
672 Civil Defense ............ 700.00
675 Mosquito Control: County
Funds ............... 24,000.0(
675 Mosquito Control: State
Funds ............... 23,400.00
681 Agriculture Program .... 4,600 00
682 State Forest Service .... 11,332.00
685 Publicity ............... 500.00
811 Furniture & Fixtures ..... 300.00
916 Race Track Funds to Board
Public Instruction ...... 2,000.00
917 Race Track Funds to
Municipalities ......... 4,318.00
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS .. 158,743.00
Reserve for contingencies .... 7,937.00
Reserve for Cash Balance .... 13,000.00
TOTAL BUDGET ......... 179,680.00
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND
Estimate of Receipts:
130 Taxes (3 mills-
$13,185.404) ........ $39,556.00
144 Fines and Costs ...... 17,500.00
Cash refund from Sheriff .. 9.000.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED
RECEIPTS ........... 66,056.00
Less 5 pet. ............ 3,03.00
95 pet. of estimated
receipts ............... 62,753.00
BALANCE FORWARD:
CASH ............... 16,777.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED
RECEIPTS & BALANCES 78,530.00
Estimated Expenses:
315 Prosecuting attorney's
salary ................ 4,000.00
321 Circuit Court Costs ...... 800.00
323 County Judge's Costs .... 6,000.00
327 Conviction Fees .......... 200.00
328 Witness and Jurors fees .. 80.0')
329 Insolvent and Miscellaneous
Court Work ............ 600.00
369 Office Supplies .......... 600.00
821 Furniture and fixtures ... 600.00
SHERIFF'S BUDGET
816 Sheriff's Salary ........ 9,000.00
816-A Deputies and Assistants
Salaries ............. 20.000.00
264 Expenses other than
Salaries ............. 21,000.00
&65 Invsetigations ............. 250.00
824 Equipment ............ 6,000.00
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS .. 69,850.00
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES
Sheriff ............... 5,000.00
County ................ 680.00
RESERVE FOR CASH
BALANCE ............. 3,000.00
TOTAL BUDGET ..... $78,530.00
ROAD AND BRIDGE FUNDS
Estimate of Receipts:
111 Gasoline Tax ........ $51,300.00
112 Motor Fuel Tax .......... 500.00
113 Auto Trans. Tax ........ 440.00
115 Race Track Money .... 55,000.00
180 Taxes (8.5 mills-
13,185.404) .......... 46,148.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED
RECEIPTS .......... $153 388.00
LESS 5 pet. ............... ..7,099.00
95 pct. of ESTIMATED
RECEIPTS .......... 145,71J.00
BALANCE FORWARD:
CASH ............... 10,000.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS
and BALANCES ..... $155.719.00
Lstlmated Expenses:
411 Supervisors Salary ...... ,200.00
415 Free Labor ........... 59,010.00
421 Maintenance and
Operation Garage ...... 1,800.00
422 Maintenance of Equipment 10,937 00
423 Gasoline and Oil ......... 8,000.00
424 Supplies .............. 5,000.00
431 Road, Bridge and Culvert
Material ............. 10,100.00
451 Right of Ways ........ 2,500.00
834 New Equipment ....... 25,000.00
453 Insurance ............. 1,200.00
911 Payment to Municipalities
..................... 16,700.00
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS .. 145,447.00
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES 7,272.00
RESERVE FOR CASH BAL. .. 3,000.00
TOTAL BUDGET .... $155,719.00
CAPITAL OUTLAY RESERVE FUND
Estimate of Receipts:
181 Retire Certificate No. 5
of the "Health Center I & S
Fund Issue" .......... $10,000.00
184 Interest on Certificates 1,250 00
TOTAL ESTIMATED
RECEIPTS ........... 11,260.00
BALANCE FORWARD:
CASH .............. 35,083 00
LIQUID INVESTMENTS
(Cost) ............. 20,003.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS
and BALANCES ...... 66,333.00
Estimated Expenses:
I TOTAL APPROPRIATION ...... None
i .RESERVE FOR
CONTENGENCIES ..... 46,333.00
LIQUID INVESTMENTS
(Cost) .............. 20,000.00
TOTAL BUDGET ...... $66,333.00
HEALTH CENTER INTEREST and
SINKING FUND
Estimate of Receipts:
115 Race Track Funds ...... 12,000.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED
RECEIPTS ........... 12,000.00
BALANCE FORWARD: CASH 13,500,00
TOTAL ESTIMATED
RECEIPTS & BALANCES 25,500.00
Estimated Expenses:
762 Pay Interest on
Certificates ........... 1,250.00
772 Retire Certificate No. 5 10,000.00
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS .. 11,250.00
RESERVE FOR CASH
BALANCE ............ 14,250.00
TOTAL BUDGET .... $25,500.00
ST. JOSEPH FIRE CONTROL DIST.
Estimate of Receipts:
115 Taxes (0.5 mills-
2,106.000) .......... $1,053.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED
RECEIPTS ............ 1,953.00
LESS 5 pet. ................... 53.00
95 pet. of ESTIMATE ....... 1,001.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS
and BALANCES ........ 1,000.00
Estimated Expenses:
224 Commissions to Tax
Assessor . ....... . 35.00
225 Commission to Tax Collector 35.03
912 Pay over to Fire
Departments ........... 930.00
TOTAL BUDGET ...... $1,000.00
BEACON HILL PARK
Estimate of Receipts:
BALANCE FORWARD: CASH 5. 500,00
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS
and BALANCES ........... 500.00
Estimated Expenses:
854 Maintenance and Operation
Park . ...... . ... .. 600.00
TOTAL BUDGET ......... $500.00
TOTAL ALL BUDGETS ... $556,762.00



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he retail industry's full scale Florida State Retailers Assotati
-drive or d ventory -tax relief will Idroetors on Friday in Wiunt
. be opened at a special meeting of IPark.


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Phone NEwton 9-4883, Collect Wewahitchka, Fla.


In, a message to the Fridap meetr-
ing, Democratic GovernordesignateI
Farris Bryant has described pres-|
o n t inventory taxes inequitable and
er has pledged his support of relief
efforts. Also supporting the pro-
ject is Attorney General Richard
SW. Ervin.
b-oon to 'be completed is a 67-
county tax study showing the di's-
criminatory nature of inventory
taxes in Florida. The study is be-,
ing made 'by R. Bob Smith, Tampa
OPA aid past president of the
Florida Institute of entified Public
Accountants.
The 'state merchants' group,
slIong with the Florida Wholesalers
Association, is spearheading the
state-wide drive.
Some 20 state trade groups are
coordinating their efforts through
the Florida Council of Business
and Industry, also headquartered
in Winter Park. Their combined
memberships represent thousands
of Florida 'businesses 'seriously af-
fected' 'by the tax.
"Inventory tax relief will be a
tremendous aid to mall and med-
lum-sized businesss and a major 1im-
petus to F lo r day's industrial
growth," Council 'spokesmen have
declared.
,Special istresis has been given the
industrial development factor. Gas-
es have bene cited' of industry miov-
ing out of the state an prospective
industry deciding against locating r(
in- Florida 'because of heavy city fo
Sand county taxes on inventories. s=


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Retail leaders active 'in the tax
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ame rate as the tax on accounts
pceivable or. on cash in 'the bank.-
he former is taxed at one mill' on
he dollar and the latter at 1/10
ill oI the dollar.
The state retail organization
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vy local sales taxes on top of
e present 3% state sales tax.
Originating in Dade county, the
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without any difficulty.... I didn't know
.. a truck could ride so nice."
Chevy rides nice, all right: takes good
care of fragile cargoes. But that's not even
*9 the half of it. Torsion-spring suspension
also means longer life for the truck, extra
thousand& of working miles, because the
.sheet metal and body components take less
of a beating. You can run off-the-road or
over back trails at faster safe-speeds, too;
got in more trips a day, make more money.
I'Those facts are as true of the big Chevrolet
heavyweights as they are of the pickups.
Any model you name. Get one on your job
and you've got the world's most efic:ent,
most economical way to haul any load
over any road. Your dealer will be happy
to prove that statement any day you say.
4 "I'm getting close to 20 miles to the gallon,"
SMr. Hansen states, "and that's on stop-and-
go delivery."

WORTH RBEC E THEY ORKORE! CHEVROLET STU RD IdT'Rh

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dren are not covered under any
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dren under the age of 21 working
to their parents are excluded' iand
'husbands and wives working for
each other do not build up social
security credits. All other relatives
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The relationship must exist to
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ued. A parent working for two
sons who have a partnership would
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21 or a husband and wife. If the
business organization is tihat of a
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Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
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REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
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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
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Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
DIAL BALL 7-3161
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.

Rober 'tMcKnlght -was enrolled and
1Cir cle ltingS i the circle was happy to 'have as a
c vMsitor, Mrs. L. L. Allen.
(Continued From Page 2) An interesting ,program was rpre-
Fourteen regular members were scouted by the program chairman,
night, July 18 at the home ,of Mrs. Mr-s. Charles Marshall and Mrs. B.
Joe Fortner. A. Collier. Others ,on ithe program
present. One aew member, Mrs. (were: Mrs. Russell Goolaby, Mrs.

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trrison, Mrs. Roy Hellen rHE STAR, Port.St. Joe, Flordla
Farris Tarantino.
committee reports were NEWS RO
meeting -was closed' with
Mrs. Tarantino. Highland View
gust Acircle meetings will
n the home of Mrs. Roy By HAZEL CREAMER
Phone 7-4976
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Richburg 'and
ERS TO son Wayne of Blountstown were
.S I calling on friends .here Saturday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Spicer and
Ll I V children of Winter Haven 'are vis-
iPing his sister, Mrs. J. W. Peak
,h the people of Port St. and family.
i know, there is a horo in Gene Cox returned home Satur- g
t, in the person of Durel d(y from CBM Camp in1 Waycroiss,
Recently Brigm an sav.d Ga., ,but left Monday for R. A. t
fa' small boy in Tallahas- Camp in Panama City.
just forgot to m'entio.1 it Mr. and Mrs. Rusisell Walden and ,
home. However, a l'.e- 'family visited with Mr. and Mrs.
boy's mother made Du- WV,. F. Brannon this week 'end on
I known ,as it should be. their way to HIammond, La. I
Is the letter. Mr. 'and' Mrs. Gordon Adams and ,t
Editor: children spent the week end in De ,d
t. Joe may well 'be proud Funiak Springs 'with Rev. L. W.
her citizen's. We wish to Adams and family.
publicly our appreciation Friends of Clinton Cox will be 1
r an act of heroism. interested to know he is recuper- 1b
weeks 'ago our young acting nicely from his ,operation last
ld son, coming home by week in 'the Municipal Hospital. He I
his usual route from the returned home Thursday.
'school. attempted !to Mrs. Mary Hen'derson, Mr. and
at was normally a dry Mrs.. Walter Jackson, Mrs. Nita e
aLt morning, however, due Webb, and 'daughter Faye 'of West- c
- flood, it was filed with ville spent the week 'end' with Mr. -
current that swept him, and Mrs. Pat Pat'terson 'and Patsy. 2
all, 'down hill pulling him Mr. 'and Mrs. Zekedial Canly anid E
angles through a culvert Tinker visited with the W. T. Bran- a
road and 'on down the non family during the week end. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wood of Fort
Irigman of Port St. Joe Lauderdale were calling on friend's I
along at just that instant. here Thursday. g
d hiss car to a stop and Mrs. Walter Armstrong attended T
d the boy. Realizing he the birthday dinner 'in honor of her i
'stop the child before he mother in Graceville Sunday. She I
ea the culvert, he rushed was accompanied by Mrs. 'Melba
er side. Instead of plung- Peak and Mr. and Mrs. James Pat- N
y in, he judged 'the speed person. I
rent and ran ahead of the Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thommpson of ,
plunged in 'at right angles Carrabelle visited the E. R. Batson .c
o catch the child's head family Sunday. ,-
ut 7y.- J. T. Mancil and J. D. 'Pollard
opinion of witnesses his were visiting in B-onifay Monday. i
gment and disregard ifor ____
safety quite 'possibly sav- 'STORK SHOWER
y's life. HONORS MRS. HUNTER
>d to know 'there are such Mrs. Benny Hunter was honored I
d Port St. Joe may well with a stork shower Friday, July c
of this citizen. Our heart- 22 at 7:30 p.m. given by Mrs. J. W. I
as to him! Peak and Mrs. Meliba Peak. Games
lncerely, were played and refreshments of
Ir. and Mrs. Horace Gray drinks, potato salad, ritz crackers,
SU Box 1793 nd cookies were served to the fol-
allahassee, Flla. lowing: Mrs. Mattie Bray, Mrs.
Inez Skipper, Mrs. Carrie Legar,
Mrs. Faye Lewis, Mrs. Merle White- I
hurst, Mrs. Ruby Hill, Mrs. Mae
Creamer, Mrs. Cathrine Whitaker,
Mrs. COathrine Spicer, Mrs. Ethel
English, and Mrs. Ernest Bradley.
Those sending gifts ,but una'bl'e to
'attend were: Mrs. Mattie Lou Fur-
ney, Mrs. J. J. Laurimore, Mrs. Mar-
jorie Player, Janice Player, Mrs.
WV. H. Weeks, Yvonne Davis, and
-mother, Mps. ]dnia Adam's, Mr.&
McArdle, Jean McArdle, Sammy
Dean, Jean. Craft, Mrs. Hall, Cath-
erine Davis and Mrs. Miller. The
'honoree received many lovely gifts.

Highland View

Means Club Meets

The Highland View Men's Club,


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in its regular meeting last Monday
night, 'had a very lengthy discus-
sion on the organization of a Volusnn
teer Fire Department for Highland
View.
Charlie Wall, Chief of the Port
St. Joe Volunteers gave a very in-
tbresting talk on the operation of
the Port St Joe Department and
offered the assistance of that de-
partment in any way they might
help in the training and organiz-
ing of 'the Highland View Depart-
ment. He also made several recom-
mendations to the group regarding
the procuring of equipment, etc.
Mr. Wall told the meeting that
.under the present setup the High-
land View Department could have
a compliment of the following:
one fire chief, one assistant chief,
,one pump operator and one assist-
ant 'pump operator to head up the
group and ten regular volunteer
tiremen with five auxiliary fire-
men. This would 'make a total of
19 men in the department.
The question rose from the floor
if the firemen would be required
to ,be a member of the Men's Club.
It was 'then explained that any man
desiring 'to serve as a volunteer
fireman and who could meet the
requirements of the State Volun-
teer Firemen Association, could'
serve and should contact the High-
land View Men's Club members or
meet at the next regular Men's
Club meeting which will be Mon-
day, August S at 8:00 p.m.
A nominating committee was
appointed to present to ithe club at
its next meeting names of men to
be voted on to serve in the capaci-
ties as chief -and assistant and
pump 'operator and assistant. This
step is necessary to get the organi-
zation underway.

L TO CHURCH SUNDAY


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THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1900 ols. Mrs. 'H. C Philyaw showed Lt. and Mrs. Glen.. HBI -S. d "'
ithbe .guests 'the many beautiful gifts, cIaughter Virginia of Oalando and' -
and ,ushered them to the refresh- Miss Linda, Jackson of New Or-
.de Elect Honored I leansn. Guests of the Ayers this
ide Miss Chafil" will -become the week, were their 'grandchildren,
S1 -- TI o Bil Knnth Brker n Mi. a' Je Ro? and Pa


WITh nmower
Miss Marietta Chafin, 'bride-elect,
was honored Thursday evening
wlth a tea during the 'hours, of 4:00
to 7:00 p.m. in the home of Mrs.
C. G. Costin, Sr., at 706 Monument


Ave.
Co- ostesses were Mrs. J. C. Cul- I
pepper, Mrs. W. 0. Nichols, Mrs.
Sarah Herring, Mrs. H. C. Philyaw,
Mrs. M. C. Martin and Mrs. H. F.
Ayers.
The spacious ,home 'was beauti-
iully decorated. The dining table
Was 'covered with 'a white cut 'work
cl'oth. A silver bowl with larrange-
ments of pink 'sweetheart roses en-
twined' around a 'six-branched can-
lelabra with -white bu uning tapers
wais used on the end of the table.
The elegant silver tray and match-
ng silver 'bowl completed the ta-
ile dceorations.
Serving punch were Mrs. Sarah
Herring, Mrs. J. C. Culpepper, Mrs.
I. C. M'artfn.
The living room center of Intser-
st was beautified by arangaments.
of chrysanthemums and. spider
maums. The ,sun room, where the
guests were received, was decorat-,
id with white 'gladis, ialtha blossom
and buds were used at 'vantage
points.
The table holding the bride's
book was overlaid' with a white or-
,andy floor length cloth holding
miniature ailbha spray natural green!
leaves with white blossoms land.
The honoree was attired in a
white linen 'dress -with Irish lace.
The mother 'of the bride chose
biege. They were presented' with
&onsages 'upon 'their arrival iby th'e
hostesses.
The bride's book was 'kept tby
Misses Martha Costin, Francis
Carr. The 'guests were received' by
Mrs. C. G. Coastin, Sr., the 'honoree,
Miss Chafin, and iher mother, Mrs.
Milton COhatin. The guests were es-
,orted to ithe living room by Mrs.
H. F. Ayers 'and Mrs. W. 0. Nich-


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Saturday, August 6 'at the First Baines of Tallahassee
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Highland View, Florida


YOUR


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K. G. PARKER
For Service or a Free Home Demonstration of Vacuum
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WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?
The difference in price between today's prescrip-
tions and those of 20 years ago can easily be fig-
ured. The difference is measured in dimes .
sometimes even in dollars. But how can we mea-
sure the difference in results? Surely, no value can
possibly be put on a life saved by a miracle drug
that didn't exist 20 years agol !

Today's Prescription Is the Biggest Bargain In History

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Phone BAll 7-5111


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AYERS HAVE VISITORS Ann Harper and Diane Goodman.
Guests of Mr. 'and Mrs. H. F. of Wite City are attending a GA
Ayers during July were Miss Bon- Camp .t Brantord this week.
nie Ayers, niece, of BirminghaIm,



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or BUILD YOUR FLORIDA ROOM
FREE ESTIMATES --:-- FINANCING ARRANGED

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301 Williams Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida
PHONE BAll 7-7741
OR CONTACT
S. E. MORRIS R. E. KYZER
TOM PRIDGEON



Oak Grove Assembly of God Church


Pastors Anniversary

Sunday, July 31
SPECIAL SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY 10:00 A.M.
PENTECOSTAL MESSAGE 11:00 A.M.
GREAT HOLY GHOST EVANGELISTIC
SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
See and hear our CHRISTIAN CADETS sing songs
that will thrill you.
Come to the Church That Welcomes You
CHARLES A. HARTHERN, Pastor









THURSDAY, JULY 1"901


- FOR YOUR WATKINS Products
S-needs call 9-1195 or write W. L.
_i- Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe.
tfc-5-26
FOR SALE: Beach property at St.
Joe Beach. Three furnished cot-
t\ ages ono. ur lots. One lot on cor-
Sner. Separately or as unit. Call
648-4299. ttef-7-28
WATCH OUR WINDOW for daily
reductions items. How does It
work? A nice bedroom group pric-
ed at $49.50. This group will be re-
dueed $L.00 each day until sold.
SIMRPLUS SALES, 112 Mon. Ave.
'FOR SALE: Singer sewing ma-
Use our consistently chine, pedal type, priced at $12.95,
Also some good books at 25c ea.
fine Prescription Service- SURPLUS SALES, 112 Mon. Ave.
alwvttoe af fair nrinor-


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CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ments. For couple only. Phone
7-7641. tfc-5-19
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R, Tomiin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
FOR RENT: Gulf Service Station.
Apply at St. Joe Motor Co. Port
SL Joe, Fla. tef-4-14

FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished a p a r t -
naents. Cool in summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans.
They have to be seen .to be appre-
wated. Also nice Trailer parking
etace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi-
nico Lodge Aparmaents and Trail-
er Park, White City. ,tc-6-2
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Call Mrs. Paul Farmer, BAll
7-2565. tfc-7-7
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment. 228 7th St. Phone
7-7761. tfec-7-14
FOR RENT: Small 3 bedroom
house on First St. Contact Chris
Martin at BAll 7-4051. tfc-7-14
FOR RENT: 2 furnished apart-
mentis. Phone 7-5771. tic 7-21
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnWshed
apartment, upstairs. Water furn.,
$35.00 per mo. Phone 7-8642, in-
quire at 1904 Garrison Ave. tic
FOR RENT: Furnished upstairs
garage apartment. Comfortable.
Couple preferred. Call 7-5916, 510
S-ixth St. ltp
FOR RENT: 3 ,bedroom furnished
house. 208 Iola, St. Call 7-3014.
FOR SALE: 16' Panacraft "Over-
nighter" boat. 35 hp. elcetric start
Evinrude motor, "Eezy" trailer.
new skis, ski rope, paddle, anchor,
preserver cushions. All in excel-
lent condition. First $895 takes ev-
erything. Phone 7-3606. 2tp
FOR SALE: Launderette on Mex-
ico Beach. Good business. Call
648-4160 after 5:00 p.m. ,or write
Joe Hewett, Mexico Beach. 4tp-7-14
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on
Westcot CCircle. 1 year old. Buy
owners small equity and take over
payments. Phone BAll 7-8986. 2tp
CHAIN LINK FENCE: For free
estimate call C. W. Long. BAll
7-3974. tfc-7-28
FOR AVON PRODUCTS call Mrs.
L. Z. Henderson at BAll 7-3014.
LOTS FOR SALE; One on 10th St.
One on Hunter Circle. Both 75 x
180. See Ray C. Leavell, 111 Sec-
ond Ave. 1Up
FOR SALE: Headboards, -beds,
mattresses, springs, etc. Priced
to sell. Bedsteads ,start at $2.95.
SURPLUS SALES, 112 Mon. Ave.
FOR SALE: 3 piece bedroom wuit
priced at $44.50. Also a missel-
laneois assortment of pots, paas,
coqstsame jewelry, presto. cooker;,
etc. All items ,priced it sell. Visit
's before you buy. SURPLUS
SALES. 112 Mon. Ave.
FOR SALE
320 acres of woodland. 4 miles
South of Wewahitchka. Planted
with pines, 3 years old. Priced for
good investment.
-3 acres of waterfront property
located on Creek that flows into
Ideal for fish camp or retirement
home.
-10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one
block. Priced for good investment.
-Nice home located on Hunter
Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 ,bath, deep
well pump, situated on 2 lots. 6%
years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal-
ance on VA mortgage at $57.00
per month.
-Only one new home left on Cyp-
ress Ave. for sale to veteran that
can qualify for VA loan. Located
in Port St. Joe's most up-to-date
subdivision.
-Nice 3 bedroom home located at
208 10th St. Recently repainted in-
side. Priced for quick sale.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. 1320
McClellan Ave. Pay owners equity.
Priced for quick sale.
THE PRIDGEON AGENCY
301 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe
WANTED: Waitresses, full or part
time. Also dishwashers, full or
part time. Catalina Restaurant, call
648-4122. tfc-6-9


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greatest enjoyment and
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milk is unsurpassed for
wholesomeness, cream y
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good taste. In bottles, if
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"Nem:o," the Baldwin Dairy Farms Health Clown, is giving
aWa' hundreds of dollars every week! He may buzz your door-
bell this week and ask if you have in your refrigerator any
Baldwin Dairy Farms products. Be prepared .


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FOR SALE E5PTIC TANKS pumped out. Call NOTICE TO CREDITORS IDA, IN AND FOR GULF Jv-y, A.D. 1960.
A tew concrete block three bed- Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for Notice is hereby give that I will' COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. /s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
room home on 78 x 150 ft. lot. This qnick expert service, ttc no longer be responsible for the ADOLPH BUZIER, Clerk Circuit Court
well constructed home to sell for debts of ry wife, Peggy Marie Buz- Plaintiff, (SEAL) 4*-74
only $11.6500. It you are in the mar-' F YOU ARE INTERESTED n iler, from the first date of publica- vs.
ket for a home you should see this aving money see us for I ',t;-i- .on of this notice. 4tc-8-16 PE'GY MAIRIE BUZER,
before you buy. you need in your home. STOP and /s/ ADOLPH BUZIER Defendant, CARD OF THANKS
A large three bedroom, franme \\WAP SHOP. NOTICE TO DEFEND I
house on Eighth Street on 1% lots, --NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME NO ICE TO: Peggy Marie Buz- I wish to express my deep grtl-
Only $7,500. NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE is hereby given that the ier, whose address is unknown: Itude to ithe doctors, nurses and an-
A two bedroom urnishled cottage .. g undersigned, desiring to engage in On or before the 5th day of Aug- tire hospital staff for their kind
at Mexico Beach onl front lt. Lot Notice Is hereby given that the business under the fictitious name ust, A.D. 1960, the Defendant, Peggy and thoughtful interest andc eare
alone is valued at $5,000. To sell undersigned, desiring to engage in of Gay's Fish Market, in the City Marie Buzier, is required to serve .
completely furnished for $11000. business under he fictitious name of Port St. Joe, Florida, intends to upon Silas R. Stone, Attorney for during my recent stay at the hos.
We .can assist you in financing fSU register the said name with the Plaintiff, whose address is 321 Reid pital.
the above homes. Also have Istings of SURPLU.S SALES OF ST, OE Clerk of Circuit Court of Gulf Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida, a And I also wish to theak the
on lots at St. Joe Beach and Mexi- in the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, County, Florida. coup of, and file original of, an A, friend ,ls -who stood by tl
co Beach. 3t-7-28 Intends to register the said name -, u .t 4tc-7-7 Answer to the Bill of Complaint of ~ .may friends wo stood b low
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY with the Clerk of the Circuit Court MRS. DORIS GWALTNEY !Divorce filed against her, herein prayer support, visited, sent flow-
221 Reid Ave. Phone BAIl 7-3491 -- -- fail not. or a Decree Pro Confesso eras and cards.
-- of Gulf County, Florida. 4t w"till be entered against you. May God bless each of you.
WILL DO WASHING and ironing REX ADDISON 7-141 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT WITNESS my hand and seal of Sincerely
in my home. 608 Maddox Street, J. C. MARTIN OF THE FOURTEENTH JU- said Court, at Wewahitchka, Gulf .
Oak Grove. Phone 7-5011. 2tp DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR- County, Florida, .this 5th day of CLINTON COX


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