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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 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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THESTAR


MONEY TALKS-Let's keel
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


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1900




County Settles Road


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Dispute With Calhoun


CIMY PRESENTED TRAFFC SAFETY AWARD
PRESENTS AWARD-Florida Highway Patrol Safety officer R. C. Doyle, right, presents Mayor J. L.
Sharit, left, and Chief of Police H. W. Griffin, center an award commemorating Port St. Joe's sixth
successive year with no traffic deaths in the City limits. The award was made at the Port St. Joe Ki-
_, .'owanis. Club meeting last Tuesday. ,. (Star photo)



ETAOIN SHRDLU JAYCEES TKE OVER PROJECT OF
SW : COLLECTING BOOKS FOR PRISON

SIf you missed ch'di'ng us a bout The Port St. Joe Jycees undlr- Tr A* l j
the story on the paper nill running took, Tuesday night, Northwest Three Girls injured
in an issue of The Star two weeksFlorida Jaycee projeeC-of colect- A t At
ajo, you, are the eoaly person in ing 'books for -the R srd penitea- In Auto.AcCIdent
town tio nmis the golden opportun- tiary library. .
ity,- and we urgse you to do so as Jaycee .president R.: H. Ellzey, Three young girls were injitred,
soon as PioSible so-you will not be' named Tommy Pridget Jr., as 'though 'not 'seriously, last Thurs-
ditferent ead of the ,book coill ng com- day morning when their small for-
: Tee next .rime we wll go to the iittee and Prldgeon's;lnuirance eign 'sports ear overturned at St.
-briber shop and' goet 'offlial in- Agency office as the coLtion de- Joe Beach'.
d..matlon instead of -m es sing po The 'three girls were Kathy Par-
.a&md- with -paaper company offi- Anyone having .bo-Qs. t thejy ker, daughter of Rev. and Mrs.
' ;i. But, come to think of it, our .wi, give to ithe prdi a urged, Charles Parker, Alice Land. daugh-
Dourece iA" Ionmiation once made to take 'them bythe b t o Ag- 'ter of Mr. and' Mrs. Marvmi J. Land
the statement 'that h.e didn't know ency or call To'.nmy, tPi mr .Y afd Gail M'ong of Greenwood, S.
Wi. fs. e.S- was -gonig 0to Ia BAil 7-7741 or piekp "' C., who as v.si.tng Gail' Land.'
'hb, had;t n t -ibeen ,to the barber To Sponsor Parade "' Mi's Long was Lhe'ld.river of the
IsihoD 'car.
I- The Jaycees have 'voted 'to apon-
S-But, again, the official word ls ,sor the annual Chrisias parade Whie ,driving toward 'tlhe beach
that .the ,mill will be down ,for a In Port St. Joe. The Jayceeo were' with, the.d.ai's top down', wind und-
.week this time and 4supposedly) asked tv take on the project by the deny caught under The top and
will begin operations Monday. ,at o.t 4 4., t -btch n d
pDxV hU, ArcJA,,n'a'au Dis._V 41h.% t'rtp.'' wud'i.i it '' u 't biJil. Slawtwiu


The editor huddled with Bob
Sidwell of (wash my mouth) ra-
dio fame here in 'Port St. Joe
concerning the dog poisoning in
this area. Bob and I both opined
that something should be done
about It.
We suspect that our dog was
poisoned as we found him dead
recently after being healthy the
night before and without a mark
en him. Near our home, two dogs
died overnight, mysteriously, in
'a dog pen. And then Tuesday's
episode in Highland View with
dog poisoners. It doesn't look

,-> But.what are you gonna do?
Anybody who would spread out
poison where little children play
is either too mean for talking or
reasoning to do any good or too
Ignorant to realize the danger
-and thereby too Ignorant to read.
We just hope that someone
who knows how to treat such per-
sons catches him in the act.

With the closing of several busi-
ness houses, in Port St. Joe recently
it is refreshing to see a new busi-
ness open its'door-no matter how
humble a business It may be.
We are speaking of the Marvin
Avenue Outdoor Refreshment Par-
lor.
The otilar day when we made it
home for lunch we were greeted
with ithe shout,, "Hey Daddy, do
you 4waanna buy some Kool-Ade?"
Yessit, the kids In the- neighbor-
hood had incorporated into a busi-

We ,bought h glass of Kiool-Ade
tor 2c and a "cookie" ifor le. The
"Glass" of punch was a 'paper cup
.(evidently used several times be-
fore for sampling purposes no
doubt) filled 'one-third' tull of hot
drink. The "cookie" was a soda
cracker.
Now they've 'branched out into
a gift shop with souvenirs for tour-
iss to Marvin Avenue and I am
afraid to take inventory of what
I am missing.

George Core took a glancing
shot at newspapers who publish
the errors made public in coun-
ty Records (not his) by a recent
state audit. Core said that if the
(Continued On Page 8)


Port St. Joe Chanber o Com-
merce.
Dick La berson has been' ap-
pointed chairman of this commait-
tee. Lamnberson says that work on
the project will get underway in
the next few weeks,
Outstanding Young Man
Tuesday Mnight, the Jaycees voted
to sponsor a contest to choose the
loutsittanding young man in Port 'St.
Joe for the year 1960. Wesley R.
Ramsey was named chairman ofn
this project.
-The contest. -will get underway
around January 1 and will *run or
about three weeks. Ciitzens of Port
St. Joe will be asked by ,the Jay-
cees to cast 'their votes for their-
choice of the outstanding .young
man (35 years of age and under).
-_ --k-i
Mother of D. Brigman
Passes Away Monday

Funeral services were held Tues-
day afternoon at 2:00 p.m. in West-'
viHe for Mrs. W. M. Brigman, age
'79, mother of Durel Brigman of
this city. Mrs. Brigman passed,
lway Monday morning at 2:45 a.m.
She wa~s a il0tn lotig iesldenit of
Holmes County. '
Funeral services were held from
the Westvylle Community Church
with Rev. McDuffie of Westville of-
ficllating assisted hby Rev. Williams
f f BDniffnm AmA Ram T n rAt- -f


SAMM' a a'qPy1Lu e it about. The two
passengers tu ithe car began trying
to tie th 'top down. Miss Long, 'the
driver, turned for a moment to,
check their progress and ran off
'the right laidee of the road, snatched
the car across ithe road and ran off
the other side where she turned
over. Witnesses say the machine
was travelling about 45 mnph.
Injuries suffered' by the girls
were: Kathy Parker, broken left
arm and cut right arm; Alice Land,
'bruises,j and abrasions and Gall
Long, collapsed lung, cuts and abra-
sions. All three girls are recovering
well "

Visiting In North Carolina
-' Mrs. A. E. Joines and children,
Freddy-and-Jlae Freida are spend-
ing a week in Spruce Pine, N. C.,
visiting Mr.: and Mrs. Bill Arro-
wood.

SVisltn s rnktnn


N ITYV An DTQ 'if Gulf County would Immediately
UN I ADl I O ;'begin construction of a 'graded
UD ET AS oad along the preiousl agreed
D T AS- route. OCalhoun County ho beccedti
so riled over the matter 'that they
ADVERTISED hzmtmedodawout Of"Uree-
ment by which thoy. also e0 Dead
Lakes fEshing ipermLta iand also levy.
Gult C'%pu nt and Calhoun Coui- onehalt a mill each year to help
ty ommTismssioners have settled, pay for the Dead Lakes Dan.
to the 'satisfaction. of both sides, Tuesday in the regular meeting
'Uhe road .diiLpute that has 'at times of ,the Coumty Board, Gult Oaunty'
sranie-red 'and at other times boll- Commlsioners agreed to the re-
ed, for ,the past ,three weeks. quests of Calho n Counity.
Calhou -.' ounty Conmmissioners Budget Approved
charged' Gulf Commissioners with The County Board observed their
"'breaking faith" with their county official 'duty of hearing any corn-
when Gulf. County changed the di- plaints on the budget as advertised
reaction lot a road to Ibe pav3d from for the coming fidcal year.
the Dead Lakes bridge it -the Apa- Only one adjustmentwae request
lacihicola River.. The road was ori- ed. A .request was heard' from J.
finallyy designed to go in a ',orth- C Martin, Small Clatm& Court
east direction where it would be Judge in Port St Joe that a small
met 'by a road. extending from Cal- salary be set up tor him .n the
houn. County. The Gulf end of the budget. Commissioners Coleman
,read was changed-on the 'end to a Tharpe ,and George W: Coopersaid
Southeast. .cuae to- serve aevral 'the meq.est had wbeeo. made fof
fish camps and a --real 'estate de- them.
velopmen-t South of.Kentucky Land- Cha.irman E. C. Harden offered
ing (the original 'goal) on thd Apa- the suggestion that henceorith' any
lacthicola.Rier., This our-ing away requests for moneys in the Audget
from Calhoun. County was the not asked for before the budget is
cause of -contention. drawn be denied. He 'stated. that
The first ,of this week, the Cal- every item in the budget. hMa een
houn County Commission sent ascertained by -the need lot cer-
word that ithbey would Ibe.molified tain departments and any chang-


State Cabinet Tentatively Sets

August 23 As Hearing for Pier


TALLAHA$SEIE T.he Cabinet
.Tut'sda.y et a L r.-tative date--of
August 23 for a hearing on a con-
'trxo-ersial' 'proposal to erect a com-
mercial dock in. front ofo, privately
cwned property at St. Joe Beach
here -in Gulf County.
Gov. LeRoy Collins said he 'un-
derstands that 'some 500 witnesses
want to be heard 'on the. matter.
The date is subject -ito approval of
Attorney General Richard Ervin
who was absent rom Tu'esday's
discussion. '
The matter was. 'brought to the
Cabinet. trustees of the Internal
Improvement BFund by Rep. Cecil
CostinA of Gulf, representing Walter
Owens, proposed pier builder.
Owens wants to.build, the dock
in ront 'of his St. Joe Beach' pro-
perty. The application 'brought a.
storm of protest from fatherr proper-
,ty owners in the vicinity.
They maintained the state lacks
the legal authority to issue the
permit for the dock, ,ut Ervin dis-
agreed.
He ruled the 'state can issue the
permit, and Gov. Collins aid' this
settles the legal 'side of the argu-
ment unless upset by the courts.
Collins directed IIF ,board Direc-
tor Van Ferguson to notify the


protesting property owners o this
Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper vis- -act and advise them to go intoi
cited G.. S. Croxton, who is a patient court i they wish to dispute it
in the Baptist Hospital in Pensa-, .c _ w "
cola. A sinaoest. c YS
Vdv'rt'sino rosen't COst It. PAYS


Historidw Socity'

Met Last Saturday

The regular meeting of the St.
Joseph Historical Society was held
in the Chamber Room: of the Muni-
cipal Building, Saturday, August 6
at 3:00 p.m.
The meeting was presided over
'by Mrs. Ned S. (Porter, president.
Jesse Stone related hin fi dings of
several of ithe State Parks 'located
in the central section of Florida.
He has recently made a trip through
that section of the state and visited
all the state parks located on his
route. He compared these other
parks with our own here in Port
St. Joe land feels that The Consti-
tution State Park to far superior to
others which he visited'.
J. L. Sharit 'reported to the So-
ciety concerning- the recent looa-
tion and recovery of the locomotive
wheels from the 'bay. Mr. Sharit re-
'ported that the wheel's are noW be-
ing treated in a mate that will in-
sure their preservation for futurQ
generations.
Mrs. R. H. Brinson stated 'that
1,200 persons visited the local n u-
seumn during the month of July.
Charles B. Sai.th presented the
Society with a clipping trom the
Florida Times Union, July 22, 1960.
This 'clipping gives an account of
,members of a surveying party em-


7ing should be done in advance of pass the budget as it has been ad-
the preparation of ithe budget. vertised.
After some discussion Cominis- Other Items
slonier A. J. 'Strickland made the Other teema up for consddeiation
mottian that $50.00 per month be were;
put,' n the budget a s a .salary for' Pas.sing of a resoiiition pertain.
Martin. Oaimmmissoner Tharpe 'ec- ing ito Civill Defense which will en-
noded ith'e motion. Upon a vote, able the county to purchase cvily
Chairman Hardena and' Oommi'ssioin- defense materials and, supplies
er 'Cooper voted against the motion. "from Government s"irplus
Commnisioner Croxton was 'absent The State Audit report was read
so the vote was tied and the mat- 6 th,e Board by. O erk George Y.
ter died. 'Core.
The Commission. then went ,on to Bills were presented and paid.


FAITH BIBLE CHURCH LAYS FOUNDATION
Faith Bible Church laid the foundation for its first build-
ing Thursday, August 4, at 20th Street- and Marvin Avenue. The
church, which was formed in April, 1959, .is the only non-denomi-
national Bible Church in Port St. Joe -and vicinity. The building
is expected to be ready for use by the first part of next year.


played 'by Buckeye Cellulose Com-
pany finding embedded in an old
cypressitree a marking placed on
the tree Iu 1829 by a government
surveyor. The location of the tree
was In Lafayette County. The sur-
veyor was R. C. Allen, who was la-
ter a delegate to the Constitution
Convention from Calhoun County.
The meeting was attended by the
following, members: Mrs. Ned S.-
Porter, Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Mrs.
R. H. Brinson, J. 'L. Sharit, Jesse
V. Stone and Charles B. Smith.

Gusets From Ft. Walton
Mr. and' Mrs. Charles Toole and
daughter Donna of Fit. Walton
Beach were the week end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Baldwin, Sr.,
and family and Mr. and Mrs. D. E.
White aend family.


Governor-Elect Bryant
Plans Visit To Gulf

Democratic Governor-elect Fea-
rna Bryant will visit Port St. Joe
next Friday, August 19.
The purpose of Bryant's visit is
to meet and thank all his 6support-
ers and also to meet with county
and city officials to discuss pres-
ent 'and future problems of 'the
county. All county, city and ocab
officials who wish to 'talk with Mr.
Bryant are urged to do so at this
time.
The exact time and place of this
meeting will 'be announced in next
week's issue of The Star.

Mr. and Mrs. E. R. DuBose are
spending their vacation visiting rel-
atives and friends in Georgia.


Fall Term Of Circuit Court Opened Monday


Fail teran of 'encuit court opened
Monday. morning with the sounding
of th'e docket. Judge W. L. Fitzpat-


the second degree, with a shotgun.
Defendant, represented by Bart


OT Ay a R ev. J u. G Am U. f rick presided. Knight, Blountstown, pled not gull-
Port St. Joe. -A. slate -of eight cases ia sched- ty. Trial is set for August 29, 1960.
Interment was in the Westville led: or trial in late August 'and The State vs. Jonathan Glass,
Cemetery. early September--tive cases on the charged with resisting of arrest by
Survivors included one daughter, criminal docket 'and three on the Deputy Sheriff Louie W. White--
Mrs. Eileen Wilson of Brownsville, ci'vll.docket. and offering to do White violence.
Texas; three sons, Durel of Port Four defendants 'cited on the Defendant, represented 'by B3art
St. Joe. Blo-ham of Pensacola and criminal docket pled guilty. One Knight, 'pled not 'guilty and trial
Paul of Westville. wasa sentenced. Judgment on the was set for August 29, 1960.
*. others was deferred ,pending pre- The State vs -Jerry F. Refour,
Presbyterians Start Fund sentencee investigation of 'their charged with aggravated assault
..,background and circumstances re- upon the person of John H. Ash, on
The Presbyterian Churdh has.b e- eating to the charge. Two cases July 2 wounding him with a knife,
gun 'a 'building fund for the purpose were' passed for this term, to 'be having premeditated design to ef-
of erecting a new church building 'continued at 'the spring term. Two 'feet death. Refour pled' guilty, and
on their 16th Street property. oases were 'dismissed and the de- Judge Fitzpatrick withheld judge-
In conjunction with the building pendants discharged. One case was ment pending presentence investi-
fund, 'the Presbyterians have .pro- remanded to the juvenile court. gation.
vided for a memorial fand for con- Here 'are the 'dockets, based on The State vs. Bob Leon Daniel,
tritbutions by local citizens. A per- documentary matter on file in the Robert Lee Daniel (represented 'by
manent record book has been pro- office of the Clerk of Court: David C. Gaskin) land Hasten Ben-
vided to 'list all memorial gifts for .' Criminal Docket nett, charged with the March 2 en-
a permanent record of the church The State vs. Jonathan Glass, try of -a building owned by Boyd
and .the public. The church, invites charged with assault on A. J. Con- Brogdon. The two Daniels pled
all who wish to make gifts. to.this nell, Ohief of ..Police, Wewahitchka, I guilty and await judgment until
-memonrial und. ', ;with intent to commit murder in pre-sentence investigation is com-


pleted. Bennett pled not guilty and
'will be tried Auguat' 30, 1960. .
The State vs. Roy Simmons,
charged with grand larceny, pled
not guilty. Simmons is charged
with. the June 29, 1960 theft of wire
valued at $100 or more, property of
St. Joseph' Telephone 'and Tele-
gralph Company. Trial s set for
August 30, 1960. Defendant ie rep-
resented' by Bart Knight.
The State vs. Charles A. Herr-
ing, charged with aggravated. as-
sault on David Ooley, with pistol,
October 22, 1959. Herring entered
a plea of not guilty and his case
was continued for a ,term.
The State vs. Hubert Grdftin,
charged with obtaining money un-
der talse .pretenses-$698.13 on Sep-


temper 29, 1958, from Weldon C.
Roche, Port St. Joe 'business man.
Roche charged that Grffin mis-
represented' foot when he (Griffin)
said' his lot (Lot 31. Block 20, Por.t
St. Joe) was free and u-nitoumbered
except for a mortgage held by .CUi-
zens' Federal of Port St. Joe. The


ciae was passed ifor ia term bf case over to juvenile court.
court. The State vs. Anderson Jackson.
The State vs. Henry K. Stall- charged with grand larceny, to
worth, charged with aggravated as- which he pled 'guilty. Judge Fitzpat-
'sault (with ice pick or similar wea- rick sentenced the defendant to
pon) with, which he injured C'Ges- tive years at hard labor in the
ter Gent, Jr., on April 30, 1959. De- county jail. a sentence to run con-
tendant entered plea of not guilty currently with any and all sent-
and the judge set trial for August ences now pending against the de-
30, 1960. fendant.
The State vs. F. E. Trammell, Civil Docket
charged with aggravated assault Mary E. Bass vs. Willie Helen
(with knife or similar weapon) on Durant. Charge is damages and
Henry Bozeman of Wewahitchka. trial is set for August 31, 1960.
In the 'warrant, Bozeman alleged I Kathy Gay, a minor, by her moth-
Trammell attacked him, whereupon er and next friend, Josephine Satf-
he (Bozeman) did 'beat, bruise and ford Gay, vs. Morris Pettis. Charge
ill-treat the defendant. State Prose- is damages and trial is set for Sep-
cutor, J. Frank Adams, filed no in- tember 1, 1960.
formation, so the case was dismiss- Lois Chism vs. Peninsular Life
ed and the defendant discharged. Insurance Co. Charge is damages,
The State vs. David Coley, who .and trial is set for September 1,
was discharged on a withholding 1960.
support claim, when no information Documents relating to these civil
was tilled. cases are checked out to the st-
The State vs. Eddie Harris, Jr., torneys involved, 'but information
charged with breaking and enter- at the Clerk's office indicates each
tIg. Judge Fitzpatrick turned the is an insurance claim case.


NUMBER 46


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FIL THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1960


Marietta tCh fin, Bill igic ker


United In Marriage August6
Miss Marietta Ohati and Bill .magnolia leaves were used at the rled beautiful white lace fams, gifts
Kenneth Bricker were united in altar and in front of the .piano and from the bfMde with red roses and
wedlock Saturday evening, Augu-c organ. streamers attached.- '.
6, 'at'the First Baptist Church. Tho While guests were assembling Miss Martha Lee Costin-,attend-
,bride is ithe daughter of Mr. aud Miss Sara Lindal Rcbhardson, or,- ', tie.'bide a's maid of hion i~ and
Mrs. William Milton Cha-rin of this ganist, played a program. o,. wed-%'Mr.Preaton Dyer of Atlania', Geor-
city and' ithe bridegroom is the sonr ding music and, Fred Scott, tenor, "i6, *eas.. nat.6n. -of' honor. Brides-
of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bricker of Wilmington, North CaTolina, maids were Miss Annette Ward of
of Alibuquerque, New Mexico. sang, "All For You", "I Love Thee", Mobile, Alabama, Miss Rachael
.The impressive double-ring c.r- "Entreat Me Not o Leave Thee" Wimberley and ,Miss Beth Gunnin
T. ... .. and "The Lord's Prayer?'. Barbara of 'Atlana, Georgia. Jiin'oir bridse-


First Baptist WMS
Meets At Church

The WMS of the First Baptist-
Church met 'at 'the Church Monday
afternoon for fhe Royal Service pro-
'gram.
Mrs. W. 0. Nichols. was in charge
of the program. The topic was "Car-
est' Thou Not".' ....
Mrs. Nichols .gave the .introduc-
.tion. Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon 'led in
prayer,
Others taking .part on 'the pro-
,gram were Mrs. Emory .Stepihens,
Mrs. Brady Jordan, Mrs. Ralph Ma-
comber land. Mrs. C.. G. Costin.
Next Monday the Circles will
meet in i the homes as .follows:
Circle 1, Mrs. Eimory Stephens
Circle 2, Mrs. B. W., Wilder.
Circle 3, Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon.
*Circle 4, Mrs. Grady Keels.
Young. Martofn's Circle, Mrs. Lou
Taylor.


.mnyws solemnized, at eigi'i.
' lkY .5 m'n B n L Mitchell, flute soloist. played "Sici- maids were M.ies. Paula Wise, Miss.
o'clok by the Reverend C. Byro ana" by Bach and "Sicilians" by Cindy Chain of Pensaola and
Smith, pastor of the First Baptist Handel. Miss Pam Chafin of Jacksonville,
Church. Focal pointt of the church Handel.ssPa, o.
decorations was a huge tan-shaped Wearing beautiful floor-length cousins of the bride. Miss Mitzie
arrangement of 'white gladioli, gowns oif pink nylon organdy, the Heait.'ix,,was ..floer gi.rl and wore
chrysanthemu'm's, and asters in the attendants preceded. the bride to a white .-ylqon oragandy ,iress fash-
baptistry window. The choir loft the altar. The gowns were fatsh- ioned'. similar to the' bridesmaid
was Mlled with dark 'gree, foliage ,oned with large pou sleeves and dresses. She wore a. white ribbon
and massive candelabra holding ca- full bouffant skirts.. They wore cir- in her.air land' carried a wAhite bas-
thedral tpers which. formed a cular blush veils attached to a ket .wijtl redl roses. The iring belar-
frame for the large flower arrange- band of heart-shaped sequins out- ers were J. Carl Chiafin of Jackson-
menit. Fan-shaped arrangements of lined with seed pearls. They' car- 'ville and Larry.McFarland, cousin's


Mr. :and Mrs. Paul Cruam of 703
16th St., announce the birth of a
son, Paul Ricdhard on August 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Selma Le ,eTaylor
of 1607 Garrison Avenue announce
the 'birth of a 'baby boy, Lee Con-
rad on August 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Conrad
Williams, Jr., *of 105 Bell-gy PirP
cle announce ithe birth of a baby.
girl, Mary Claire on August J8.
Mr. and Mrs. James Charles Wat-
kin's announce 'the 'birth. of a son,
Wallace AlIen on August 3.
(All births occurred at the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)

Returns From Visit
Misit Sherry White returned


------_----- Iheome Friday after a two week via-
On Vacation it 'at Eglin Air Force Bagse with
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. EMzey left M-Sgt. and Mrs. Felton H. White
yesterday for 'a vacation trip to and family and Mr. 'and Mrs. Ohas.
St. Augustine to visit relatives and Toole and daughter Donna in Ft.
.rieds. ... Walton Beach.
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lor 'of ants degree. She did graduate
work and taught freshman English
at Baylor this past year. She was
a member 'of .Sigma Tau Delta,
honorary English fraternity, Sigma
Delta FPi, honorary Spanish trater-
nity, and treasurer of COhii's service
club. Mr. Bricker attended the Uni-
versity of New Mexico before trans-
ferring to Baylor University where
he graduated in 1959 with a ba-che-
lor of art's degree In religion. He
was 'a member lot Sigma Chi at the.
University of New Mexico.. He has
comppleted one year 'of training at
Southwestern Baptist Theological
Seminary- in Fort Worth, Texas.


Mrs. Bricker chose for her wed-
ding trip a white sharkskin suit
with which she wore white acces-
sorles and a white orchid corsage. -
After their honeymoon trip they
will make #their home in Fort
Worth, Texas., Where Mr. Bricker'
will resume hi's' studiess iat the sem-
inary :and Mrs. Bricker will com-
plete her master's degree in Eng-
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The bride, 'on the arm 'of her fa-
ther, walked to the 'altar wearing
a formal gown ,ot 'silk organza. The
neckline, short 'sleeves, 'and prin-
cess front panel were lavishly 'ap-
pliq.ued with 'bejeweled, reembroi-
idered Alencon lace. A shepherdess
pouf :topped 'the graceful chapel
train. Her tiered veil of imported
illusion was finger-tip length at-
tached to a crown of seed pearls.
She carried a 'white dan of Alencon
lace with 'white roses, lily of the
valley and streamers of ribbon.
The bridegroom was attended by'
Ervin B'etts of Albuquerque, New
Mexico, las best man. His ushers
were John Miller, Rex Addison,
Ken Burgess and, Arthur Jones, of
New Orleans, Louisiana. Jay Bate-
man of Blountstown and Johnny
Chain, cousins o. the bride, ser-
ved as cand'lelighters.
Mr. ,and Mrs. Chefin, entertained
'their wedding guesLs 'at a reception
at their home after the ceremony.
Guests were greeted at the door
of the living room by Mrs. Chain
and Mrs. Bricker where the wed-
ding party assembled. Mrs. Chafin
wore a floor length gown of blue
peau-de-soi'e with a white orchid
corsage. Mrs. Bricker chose a beige
-satin gown and wore an orchid
corsage. j
The bride's table -was covered
with white 'appliqued' organdy ovei
white 'satin. An larrahnglement 0o
lily oft the valley and white carna.
tons trailed from. the three tiered
oake to the ,silver candelabra.
Hostesses were Mrs. Woody
Dare, Mrs. J. B. Gloekler, Mrs. M
L. Johnson, Mrsi. C. G. Costin, Sr.
Mrs. Ralph Nance, Mrs. Terry Hi.
note, Mrs. John Robert Smith, Miss
Sara Linda' Richardson,, Miss Ani
Davis land Miss Delores Chism
Passing 'silver trays of 'petit fouris
were Misses, Fran Gunn, Carolyr
Carr, Becky Childers and Linda
Tharnpe. Miss Barbara .Mitchell kept
the bride's book,.
Mrs. Bricker ,attended Judson
College for itwo years before trans
herring t'o Baylor University Where
,she graduatedd in 1959 with a 'bache.

EXPECTED TO RETURN
TO U. S. ON AUG. 19
Mr. and, Mrs. Johnb Lane are ,ex-
pected, to return from 'a business
trip to Europe on August 19. Mr.
Lane has been in Europe since
May on business Mrs. Lane joined
her husband the middle of June.
They have been touring interest-
ing places in Belgium, Germany,
Switzerland, and France. They will
embark on the S. S. Queen 'Mary
on August 11 at Cherbourge,
France for New York where they
,will arrive about the 16th. After a
few days in New York they will
come to Mobile via plane where
theyy will be Joined by their chil-
Idr.en before 'departing for their
home in Baton Rouge, La.

Guests of Mrs. Williams
Mrs. 0. K. Amdahl and son Dick
of Boston, Mass., and Mrs: Alton
Bean and daughter Peggy 'of Talla-
hassee were visitors this week of
Mrs. Ivy Williams.

Leaves for Mobile
Miss Beth Lane left Sunday for
Mobile, Ala., where she will visit
with her grandparents until the re-
turn 'of her parents, Mr. and' Mrs.
John Lane, from Europe.


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WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA |
July 26, 1960 Fresh Water Fish
The Board of County Commissioners of I I Fre W at e iW
Gulf County, Florida met ,his date in regu-
lar session with the following members pres- *
ent: E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Coleman f
W. Tharpe, George W. Cooper, A. J. Strick- WBa Lim it
land and G. S. Croxton. The Clerk, Sheriff,
Attorney, Engineer and Road Superintendent *
were also present. 1l00 Unifo
The meeting came ot order at 6:30 p.m. M ade Uniform
The Chairman announced to approximately
50 visitors, that if they were present with
interest to this letting of the contracts for Daily bag limits tor fresh water
the five projects in the $850,000.00 Bond fish ,were made uniform tharouaghout
Issue; that he attended the State Road De-
partments' bid openings this date in Talla- the 'state by ;the Game and Fres$
hassee; that the low bids on the Howard at ih C miif, c -
Creek road was $302,244.60 and $92,589.465 Waer Fish CommisSio, aocord-
for the River road; that the State Road De- ing to A. D. Aldri ch, director. The
apartment recommended that this Board ac-
cept all low bids and authorize said De- new regulation imiake 'the.dadly a4
apartment to award the contracts; and that limit 35 panfish including red fin-
it is his recommendation to this Board that
all contracts be awarded to the low bidder. ned pike 'and 10 bass.
Mr. Harry H. Saunders, appeared before
the Board on. behalf of the Dead Lakes Wa- NeW limits will go i.t1o eflfet 30
ter Management District and told (he Board
that said District opposes the awarding of 'days after certitoaition by the SeC-
the contract for road 5-22-A, called the i- retary of State on or around Sep-
ver Road; the reason said District is op-
posing this road is because the original itember 7.
,plans have been altered to hit the river O w _1 t
South of Kentucky Landing and in the be- Other bag limits will remain 'the
ginning this road was a joint project with same: pickerel, 15 and -white, base
Gulf County, Calhoun County and the Dewd
Lakes Water Management District to con- 30. Previous. bag limilbs were 50
struct a Dam and Bridge across the Chipola 1n 1 I-
River and a road from the Bridge that wouldpanfish land 10 tass in the two con-
un in a northerly direction to Kentucky servation districts of South. Flr-
Landing and to the Calhoun County line;
that the first request by the County for hte ida, with limits of 25 panmhi8S and
State o approve a bond issue for he pay-
ment of this, another projects, was a re- eight bass -in, the remaining three
quest to construct a road to Kentucky Land- districts. 'Hiowever, the public senti-
ing; that the State Road Department in-
formed the County that a road as first an- Ient expressed alt the SpeCial pre-
thorized by the County could be constructed rgnain r.een winor t
for $21,000.00; that after the surveys were regulation meetings sponsored by
made on the Dam and Bridge, it appeared to the OCommission. throughollt -the
Gulf County that there would not be enough
money to construct the Bridge and do othre state was overwhelmingly in favor
necessary road construction elsewhere in thette de regulation
County, and to aid Gulf County. in this fi- f the uniform stewde reglait
nancial problem, the Dead Lakes Water ljnjit.
Management District persuaded the State
Road Department to allow said District to
assume $21,000.00 of the Bridge costs. He
said that it was not fair to Calhoun County
or the Dead Lakes Water Management Dis- it now appears that there has been a '.loss
trict to alter the original plans. He then re- of face" by Gulf County that may make it\
quested the County not to award the con- necessary lor Calhoun County to discontinue
tract on project S-22-A as the survey now any future payment to Gulf County.
runs, but to return to the original plans Honorable Don Fuqua, Representative for
to run to Kentucky Landing. Calhoun County appeared said that even
0. L. Anders, member of the Dead Lakes though he was not a member of the State
Water Management District said that the Legislature at the time the Dam Legislation
people of Calhoun County will be very dis- was passed, he was proud of the Dam and
appointed if Gulf County fails to live up to connecting road, but that he is in full
the original agreement. He urged hte Board agreement with his County Commissioners;
not break faith with his people, that it does appear that it is very unfair
County Commissioners Woodrow Aultman to his County to change the road to a new
and Albert Tindel of Calhoun County ap- location that does not comply with the orf.
peared and entered a protest to the change ginal plan to take he road to the Calhoun
in route and the fact that the new location Couny line. He said that he would introduce
will not provide a connecting link to Cal- legislation to have his County withdrawn
houn County. They requested the Board not from the Dead Lakes Water Management
to award the contracts as they now stand. District if he was requested to do so.
G. U. Parker, representing the Neal Lum- Commissioner Tharpe said he was not a
ber and Manufacturing Company entered his member of this Board when this project was
protest to the change in the original survey begun and did not know of any promise to
for road S-22-A, he' stated that his Company build a road to the Calhoun County road,
was very displeased because the County had lie then asked G. U. Parker if this oBard
made change in the original plans to run made that promise to him. Mr. Parker an-
the road to Kentucky Landing and on to swered that the promise was not personally
the Calhoun County line; that he had been made to him, but that the minutes of the
kept in the dark as to the change in plans, County Commissioners reveals that the road
and even though the Board decided to make was to go to the Calhoun County line and
these changes during the latter part of 1959, that all of Calhoun County was under the
he had not been notified of the change veen impression that the minutes were correct.
though his Company had given a 100 foot In question asked by attorney Mayo, it
rigt-of-way from the Bridge to Kentucky was brought out that Calhoun County does
Landing and was ready to give the County no participate in th ecost of the road in
a public landing on the Apalachicola River question.
for the County to develop. He then said that Commissioner Strickland said that it had
his Company may require the State Road always been his understanding that the
Department disclaim all right-of-way given prime purpose of the road was to run to the .
for this project and that the Board of Coun- ;. .1 R,r.--, that is exactly what
ty Commissioners of Calhoun County may -tl. r.:.. 1 ,i or, ; sit the County is now
request the Dead Lakes Water Management working on a road to run to the Calhpun
District to refund all monies paid for the County line, and that he can see where
use and benefit of the said District in pay- there has been no 'breaking of faith" with
ing for Dam. anyone
Commissioner Cooper told Mr. Parker htat after further discussion, there was a mo-
the change of right-of-way has been in the tion by Commissioner Tharpe seconded by
making for ten months. Commissioner Strickland and unanimously
Chairman Hardne told Mr. Parker that he carried, that the following contract s be
thought the new right-of-way would please awarded to the firm giving the lowest bid
,everyone concerned, eand asked if Calhoun as set out at the right of the job numbre,
SCounty would object tothe new location of to-wit:
S-22-A providing the County constructs an- Job No. 51613-3602, Industrial Road,
other road to Kentucky Landing. $232,507.76.
In answer to Commissioner Strickland's Job No. 51560-3601, Streets in Port St.
question, Mr. Parker said that Calho'in Joe, $118,543.01.
County would connect its part of the road Job No. 51560-3602, Streets in Port St.
as soon as Gulf County could reach the Joe, $51,284.05.
County line. Job No. 51590-3601, Howard Creek Rd.,
Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr., said that $o02,244.60.
at the time he was requested to pass legis- Job No. 561510-3603, Dead Lakes Road,
lation for the Dead Lakes Water Management $92,589.45.
District, he was told that the connecting w d t m wt
road that had been agreed on would run to It was decided that this Board meet with
'Kentucky Landing. He requested the Boaid the Calhoun County Board to discuss a con-
not to break faith with the citizens of Cal- nesting road from S-22-A to the Calhoun
houn County. County line on the note of August 3, 1960,
Mr. Dave Gaskin told the Board that the said meeting to be held in Calhoun County.
plans were made a long time ago and that The following easements were presented,
tltese objections should have been made be- accepted and ordered recorded in the public
fore time to award the contracts, records of Gulf County, to-wit:
Mr. William H. Linton, Chairman o! the 1. Borrow Pit Agreement from W. T.
Dead Lakes Water Management District re- Stafford to Gulf County.
questde the Board not to make a decision 2. Borrow Pit Agreement from Ted L.
that would effect said District in paying Whitfield to Gulf County.
for the Dam. 3. Street easement from Ted L. Whitfield
Mr. Saunders asked if the Counyt had not to Gulf County.
begun construction on a different road in 4. Ditch Easement. from Ted L. Whitfield
this area that run north.-The Chairm.n said to Gulf County.
such a road had been started but no work The Board directed the following names
was being done on it at this time to be placed on the indigent roll beginning
Honorable Virgil Q. Mayo, Attorney for with this date: Bertha Thomas $15.00
the Board of County Commissioners of Cl- (three payments only) and Annie Hudgins
houn County appeared and stated that Cal- $10.00 monthly.
houn County had been lead to believe that There being no further business to come
the road in question was to open up an area before the Board, the meeting did then ad-
but not it has become a dead-end 'road. He journ.
reminded that the Dead Lakes legislation Attest:
could not pass until, Ca'lhoun County was George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
included and certain agreement made, but Clerk Chairman


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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Gentier Mr. Gautter of Miami left many
of Miami were recent visitors to valuable documents at the Museum
Port St. Joe. Thomas N. Gautier relative to the Gautier family.
is fthe great grandson of Thomas These documents will tbe returned
N. Gautier, who was 'born in St. to the owner in the near (uture
Joseph in 1827. who will make photostat copies to


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seph in Calhoun County on July NEWS FROM
25, 1838. The power of attorney was d V
H e reF executed by Peter W. Gautler, Sr., _llan w
to John S. Banner giving him the By HAZEL CREAMER
right to attend to Rev. Gautier's Phone 74976
lands in North Carolina and Ten-
*be on permanent display at the nessee. This document was witness Mrs. Hazel Owens and son Da -
museum. sed 'by James Black the postmaster y of Montgomery, Ala., are visit
Students of the history of St. Jo- of St. Joseph. ing eeir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ike
Sseph will recall that the Gautier Another of the documents was an Watsonthis week.
family played a prominent role in order from the naval department Rev an Mrs. Asa Willam's o
the development ,of the ill-fated city dated 1813 concerning customs and Panama City are the guests of Mr.
of St. Joseph. revenue laws. It was 'sent to Lleut- a Mrs. W. C. Miles tVh week.
Rev. Peter W. Gautier, Sr., was Thomas N. Gautier commanding Rev. Williams s conducting revi-
'the chalain of he St. Joseph Oon- ficer of the U. S. Navy, Wilming- val services in the Oak Grove As
mention which convened here in ton. North Carolia. Liet. Gautier sembly of God Church this week.
1838. Rev. Gautier was born in was the brother of Rev. Gautier. Miss Anne MeBrayer of Birming-
Bristol, England in 1771. He was The 'above items will be valuable ham is visiting Miss Mary Cox and i
the son of a French Huguenot eler- acquisitions for the local museum family this week.
gyman the Rev. Pierre Gautier when he copies are made and Friends and relatives of Ralph
was born at Nismes, France, Jan- urn r Kght win be glad to know 'that
uary 19, 1729. He was educated at The Gautiers are to be commend- he is recovering and will be flown
Lausanne, Switzerland. ed on their interest in the preser- from Montgomery to Tyndall Air
Peter William Gautier, Sr., and vation of local history. They have Force Base Thursday.
his twob others, Joseph R. and been most generous in giving theirs
Thomas N. came to this country time and material which, gives some Mrs. Jee Bracknn d o te
circa 1790. They resided in North insight of the intellectual capacity a'., spent the week end with her
Carolina and Georgia and later set- and origin of the men, who have daI'ghter' Mrs. Hoke Glass and
tied in Jackson County about 1826. made our State of Florida great. family.
Peter W. Gautier, Jr., was active __- Mr. and Mrs. Gene Adkin visited
in promoting the old city of St. Week End Guests Sunday in Panama City with Mrs.
Joseph. He was the editor of The Guests this past week end of Mr. Aldkins' mother, Mrs. Tild Mias.
St. Joseph Times and was consid- and Mrs. Ivy Coopier w ere Mr. Friends ot Walter Armatrong will
ered among the dost brilliant edi- Cooper's brother and family, the regret to learn he is a patient I
tors of Territorial Florida. Floyd Coopers of Oohlochnee, Ga., the Municipal Hospital this week.
Among the documents left at ithe and Mrs. Cooper's ,brother and We wish him a speedy recovery.
Museum was a power of attorney family, the Robert Jacksons of Mr. and Mrs. James Wathen, Jr.,
written in ink, executed at St. Jo- Thomasville, Ga. and family of Freeport, Texas vts-
ited his uncle and aunt, Mr. and
,(Mrs. Clinton Cox Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bramnon and
FIR T childrenTSTpent CHURCHthe week endin Car-
FIRST BAPTIST CHURC~H rabelle with friend and relatives.
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor Mr. and' Mrs. Peavy Mins and
'daughter, Tammy spent Sunday in
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. Panama City with Mr. Mimes to-
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. other, Mrs. Tild Mims.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Armstrong
TRAINING UNION 6:45 P.M. and Mrs. Homer Armstrong of En-
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M. terprise, Ala., visited the Walter
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) __ 8:00 P.M. Armstrong family during the week
end.


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___ Igaust 6. After spending a week at
) Mexico Beach, Richard and, his wife
Recelves Degree I Carol will leave for a vacation int
Mrs. Riohamd L. Porter, IIT, of Suth Florida.
Mexico Beach received her B, de-
gree in Education at Florida Stale Vacationing At Mexico Beach
University, Tallahassee, August 6. Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Graetz and
Mrs. Fortner is the former Carol 'daughter Marilyn of Avon Park,
Graetz, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. are vacationing at Mexico Beach.
H. D. Graetz of Avon Park.
1 Leaving on Vacation
Completes Active Duty
Richard L. Fortuer, III, sion of 'Mr. and Mrs. James B. Stafford
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Fortner of Mex- and c ildren left Wednesday for a
ico Beach, has completed 'his six vacation trip to California.



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WORSHIP SERVICES
CHURCH SCHOOL
Morning Worship


YOUTH FELLOWSHIP__ 7:00 P.M.


8 PM


Evening Worship


Prayer Service, Wednesday 8:00 P.M.


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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 $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
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.


Georgia Man Appointed Red Cross

Vice-Chairman For Southeastern Area

Harry W. Buckley of Morrow, moving Red Cross contributions 'by
Ga., has been reapploipted volun- corporations, their executives and
teer vice chairman at large for employees through independent and
fund campaign's in eight states of federated campaigns.
(the Souhitheatern Aea of 'ti~e Mr. Buckley spent 30 years with
American, Red Cross, Paul M. the Sears organization in retail
Moore, area manager, has announ- merchandising, personnel an store
ced. management. He is a director of
He was named. to the post by the Clayton County Red Cross
1961 Fund national' co-chairman Chapter, past president of the
Thieodoile V. Houser and Elisha Clayton Chamber of Commerce,
Gray, II. and has served on Clayton Conluty
A retired official of Sears, Roe- Chamber of Commerce and Com-
buck and Co., he will work 'with na- munity Chest industrial and ad-
itonal statt and chapters in pro-1 vance gifts committees.


FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK


THIE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1960
Miami land the Supreme Court in The contest will close September
Washington, D. C. know how Chyri& 10, 1960. Then the essays will ,be
tians feel about ithe historic read- judged and the winners awarded.
ing of ithe Bible in our public ent also as any adult who
schools," Kent said this week.
Entries in the contest should mail have a strong feeling on the subject
their 'essays entitled "What Bible to write him expressing themselves
Reading in School Means To Me" and he will see that the letters get
to T. G. Kent, c/o Putnam Gounty into the hands of the Circuit and
SUN, 114 Lemon Street, Palatka, Federal Juddges who are to render
Florida the decision.



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Horse Frolics Slated Saturday By Wewa Wranglers


THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
--- WELCOMES YOU -
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:80 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednlue4)

Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor


gi* 30 S1,enced horseman, is the third^l if
Festivities To Begin At 7:30 CST ... .R...orsor- teoccs o Gulf County Student
is *Butcih Snith, Bonnie ILs son,
The Wewa Wranglers wil pre- trophies as ,well as ribbons are with a lifetime exposure to horses. Participate in Essay
sent their first annual Horse Frol- Part of h e plan. Other officials are: O'Neil Mc-
sent their irs.t annual Horseso Frol- Part of the plan. Daniel, Chairman of Event's; Da- -
ics on Saturday evening, 7:30 p.m. Admission is likewise modest- vid C. Gaskin, Master of Ceremon- Palatka-T. G. Kent of Palatka
CST, at tlhe baseball diamond on' 25c for children 'and 50c for adults. es. this week invited students of Gulf
Cochran Landing Road. Rceeipts According to Canning, who is af- County Schools 'to participate in an
will go to the Future Farmers, of ter many and enthusiastic entries, Grievance Committee members, essay contest ,on "What Bible Read-
America, as arranged by H. B. Can- anyone can participate in the frol. are: A. J. Strickland, Ernest Whit- ing In School Means To Me".
ning, father of the idea and main is who hars a horse-even if he field and Walter Hendrix. The contest is underway in the
moving force behind 'arrangements. animal is blind or only has--medi- Fifteen events 'are included ina North 'and Northwest Florida Bibl'e
As well asi local entries, partici- cally speaking singular vision the first annual frolic, and partici- Belt of counties. Each county win-
pants from Apalachicola to Pensa- blindd in one eye). pants, may enter a.s many as they ner will receive $5.00 and the over-
cola to Dothan, Ala., will be on For those desiring' 'information ;wih. Vititun the limitations inhaer- all winner will receive $25.00. Jud-
hand. Exh'ibitions provided tby pro- not included ,here, call or see Mrs. ent'in the event: ges 4in the contest will ibe a com-
eesionallly-ra(ted stables (Bud's Barbara Shirley, Mrs. Madge Sem- -Tot Lead, four years of age mittee composed of three Palaitka
Walking Horse Stales, Quincy) will nmes, or Mrs. Nellie Smnith-all of and uider. 'ministers 'and a staff member of
add class and interest to the frol- Wewaihitchka. -Westerni Pleasure (anybody, tihe Putnam County SUN newspa-
ics. Judges of national repute will Officials are 'experienced in the 'any horse, to trot, caanter, etc.) 12 per.
be on hand to determine the win- business of horse shows, several years of age and under. The contest is deignedd to point
ners in each of Ithe 15 planned 'of national prominence in 'the horse -Western Pleasure, 12 years of up the deep feeling Christians 'have
events. All in all the event bids show world. Bonnie I. Smith of age and up. concerning th reading of the Holy
fair to get 'off to a satisfying and Jacksonvilie Beach, will be senior -Plantation horses (no tail set);
entertaining 'start-a form of en- judge. Owner of Surfaide Stables, pleasure horses, Tennessee walk- up nine cents' change."
'tertainment unique for Wewa and Bonnie is a rider and judge of na- ers-open. -Pony class-trot, run, etc.-
Gulf County which has good pros- tional repute. He and his daughter, -Exhibition-Carl Edwards of what judges request.
pect of drawing a slew 'of entries Bonnie Jean, 'were recently written Bud'is Walking Horse Stables rid- -Barrel race-for 12 and' under.
--as well as a 'large audience. ulp in 'Horie World" as itwo of the ing "Big Mian's Vamp." -Ba'rel race-for women.
Entries are in 'from Miarianna, 'outstanding horsemen of the year. -Team competition walking -Barrel race-for men.
Quincy, Dothan, Pace, Chipley, Two They are also 'recognized as of- horse. Betsy Lyons and' Larry Ed- -Exhibition Iby Berray of Pain-
Egg, Boifay, Blountstown, Port ,ficials of the Amarican Horse As, wiards .riding against Judy Canning ama City of harness show ponies.
St. Joe and Apalachlioola to date. ,sociation and, listed in ,the official 'and Gary Edwards. -Gaited and fancy horse class
Entry fees 'have been set at a registry as such. -Cositume Class, open. Dressed -open.
modest 25c for children and 50c for Bonnie Jean, 'will be a; second 'up and judged' by appearance. -Sack race-open.
adults-these fees to pay for the judge. Louie Jones of New Broc- -Reining Class-"take him out -Stake race-weaving in and
ribbons to Ibe awarded. Next year. ton, Ala., a respected and exper- spin him around on dime and pick out of poles-open.


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cuit Court suit trying to get the
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S FOR RENT: 2 furnished apart- FOR SALE: House on two 50x150 -3 acres of waterfront proqwty 7-8974. tit-7-28 Burkett,-Box 488, .Port It. Joa.
CLASS VE T ISING -. ments. Phona7-3661h tfc 7-21 -lots. Owner leaving--for-- school- located on .Oreek.,that---lew-tet-FOR SALE: Beach property at St. ..- '-.. '- tfo4-26
Pay owners equity and assume pay- Ideal for fish camp or retirement-" Joe Beach. Three i furnished cot-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished ien.ts.-Exceilet hbuy at only $4225. home. tages on four lots. One lot on cor- SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Sfapartment. Highland View. Phone See at White City ,or call, Preston -10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one aer. Separately or as unit. Gall Buford Grifffnl, Phone 7-7011 for
FOen. For cple onl. p Call Mrs. Paul Farmer, BAll 7-5971. tfc-8-12 Wingate at 9-2421. 1tp block. Priced for good investment. 648-4299.. tt.-7-28 quick expert service. tfe
7-7641. tfc-5-19 7-2565. tfc-7-7 FOR RENT: Large 2 bedroog house FOR SALE: Lots in Jonesville 75x -irc om.roe oc 1 thedee FOR SALE NOTICE
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $100 FOR RENT: Smaft 3 'bedroom unfuished. Screen porch, car 239 or 'lots 158x239. Cash or on welle pum iue o t. de6 A-
,hour. Cut your. awn and let me h-ouse on First St. Contact Chris Port, storage, gas t nak, near time. Sarah Sheffield, 529 4th St., years old. PaytoWner's equity.lBal- room .homeon 78 x150 ft lot. This CityiTax Assessment Roll for the
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf Martin t at BA.. 74051. "tfc.7.,4 school. Also one small 2 d bedroom Port StSo. 4tp-8-12 ance on VA mortgage at $57.00 Welly- constructed home to se for C
Bervice Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- FOR RENT: 3 bedroom furnished school. BAll 9-1681. Itc FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 2 per mon th. kot n or f you r hod see the s mr the Tax Equali1ing Board for ap-
son, Phone 7-7501. h__ouse. 108 Iola St., Oak Grove. Iyaers 'old. Call Mark Frimodig, -Only one new home left on CyP- kt for a home you should see thisproval on the 16thli ayBof A
FOR RENT Gulf Service Station. Call 7-3014. tc-728 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished phone 7-8786. tfc-8-12 ress Ave. for sale ran thatbefore yo ee b bedroom, rame A. D. 1960, at the City Hall at 7:00
Appl a-NT: tu. Jo service. t(hon.ouse. $45.-. St.Jo Beah.can qualify for VA loan. Located A large three bedroom, frame A. D. 1960, 'at the Csity HaIll at7:00
A ly at St. Joe M r C. Port FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- Phone 648-4299. p FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on in Port St. Joe' most up-to-dte T h Street on 1 lots. c orrections deis roll, he-
St. Joe, Fla. tfe-4-14 ed apartment, upstairs. Water Westcott Circle. 1 year old. By subdivision A two bedroom fhed cottage ther in the listing, valuaon o pro-
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom urnished. $35.00 mo. Phone 7-8642, FR RE. N: .. owners small .equity ,and take over -Nice 3 bedroom home located at A two bedroom furnished cottage her in the listing, valuation. of pro-
ittractivey a rT nqure at 1904 Garrison. Ave. tfe p yments. Phone- BAll 7-8986. 2tp 208-10th St. Recently reaed in-ate o Bea o r t. Lo er 'o ot he r ars o
=outsCtratIv .nis.ed apaI j at St. Joe Beach. 1 3,bedroom side. Priced for quick sale. alone do valued at $5,00. To sell to file with the undersigned on or
ents. Coo in summer, warm in FOR RENT: Smll raised p- and 2 -bedroom. See I. W. Dren FOR AVON PRODUCTS call Mrs. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. 1320 omletely frnihefo $,. efo1960 the 16th day of Agut,
winter. Gas eat, window fans. artment. Dlninglbedroom, kdtohenr o 7-3 L.Z. Henderson at BAll 7-3014. McClellan Ave. Pay owners equity. We cain assist you in nancing 1960, their petition seeing rt
They have to be seen -to be apple- I and bath. Phone 9-1301. or phone 7-3171 o r 7-5511. tfe-8-12 Priced for quick sale. the above homes. Also have listings their 'objections to such assessment
coated. Also nice Trailer parking t TH E PRIDGEON AGENCY n ot at St. Joe Beach amd Mexi- and the corrections which they de-
slace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9138. Wi- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment. FOR SALE: At Mexico Beach, 2 FOR SALE 31 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe co Beach. 3t-7-28 sire to have made.
mica Lodge Apartments and Trail-! LiTing-dnoing, 'kitchenette, bath. bedroom house. Nice work shop, I 320 acres of woodland. 4 miles am veFRANK and DOT'S AGENCY Witness myhand and thoffi-
er Park, White City. tfc-6-2 4 mi. out on Hiway 30. Phone 7-5065 large carport. Ceramic top double South of Wewahitchka. Planted 221 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-3491 cial seal iof ithe City of Port St.
or see B. L. PresnelL tfc-8-4 sink, plenty of cupboards. Phone With pines, 3 years old. Priced for CHAIN LINK FENCE: For free Joe, Florida this 31st daar of July
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. 648-4122, Mrs. Buckloh. tf c-8-12 good investment. estimate call 0. W. Long. BAll FOR SALE: 2 acres of cletred land A. D., 1960.
in, Jonesville area. 3 mi. south of R. W. HENDERSON, 2t
___---_-______-._-_---_.... __ Port St. Joe. All or-part. See Leroy City Auditor and Clerk as
1Strain n Jonesvlle or write box Ex-O.fficio Tax Assessor
Pr361iPot St. Joe. 2tp-8-4 -.


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THERE WILL BE a regular com-
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No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 .m.

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


To All Friends, Customers
and Well Wishers we say


THANK YOU


For the way you have accepted the new BUZ-
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THURtSAY, AUoUIU ti, 1966


VOUR
DOCTOR







Backs every decision
with facts...
There is a well-established scien-
tific reason for every decision your
doctor makes. He is guided in his
opinions by authorities in the field
of medicine. Even though you have
had no occasioQ to consult your
family physician, It is wise to get
a check-up at regular periods. If
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Buzzett's Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Florida

Etaoin Shrdlu
(Continued From Page 1)
story were known behind the ir-
regularities, they would be recog-
nized as harmless errors.
Well, maybe so. But if the
newspapers kept silent about ev-
ery error that was termed "harm-
less", the tax payer would soon
be stolen blind.
We, like Core, firmly believe
that every Gulf County official
is honest, but the rules are made
to discourage dishonesty and we
believe any officeholder should
be willing to abide by the rules
then there will be no questions
-and no newspaper stories de-
sigoted to bring tirregularies to
the attention of the voters and
taxpayers, where they belong, re-
gardless of what anyone thinks.


A seated luncheon complimented
Miss Marietta Ghatin and her
bridesmaids at 1:00 pman. August 6
at the beach home of Mrs. Ralph
SNance -with Mrs. Rush OChism as co-
hostess. ,
Centering the honoree's table
was an arrangement of fugi mums, I
tuberoses and white bells. M'a.rking
the places were miniature nose-
gays for the maids and wedding
,bell for the 'bride.
At another table were Mrs. Cha-
fin ;and Mrs. Wise, mother amnd
grandmother of the bride. Mrs.
Bricker, the groom's mother, Mrs.
Hiildebrand, mother of Mrs. Dyer,
Miss Oarol Nance and Miss Mitzi
Hendrix.
Mrs. Nance was assisted in serv-
ing 'by Miss Ann Davis.
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to take this 'op-
poritunity to th ank our friends who
visited wi-th us and those who ent
cards an flowerss 'while we 'Were
confined in the Chipley Hospital.
May God bless each of you.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wooda-rd
Parents, Mrs. Bentona Hamm
and Mrs. Tee Hicks
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Final Wedding

Plans Announced
Final wedding plans are announ-
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beth Brinson who will become the
'bride of Leo A. Brown, Jr., Sunday,
August 14 at 4:00 p.m. In the First
Methodist Church.
All friends and relatives are in-
vited to attend the wedding and re-
ception which will te held immaed-
iately after the creemony in the
social 'ha-l of the church.

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Social Security Act Completes

Quarter Century of Service To People


Twentydive years latter passage
of tihe original Social Security Law,
,the benefits provided under this in-
surance system have become an
important economic asset to local
communities. As of the 'end of 1959,
9,105 'people in 'sevan Northwest
Florida counties-Bay, Calihouan,
Gulf, H'olmes, Jackson, Walton
and Washington-were receiving
social security Ibenefits in the
amount of $5,175,816 a year, John
V. Oarey, district manager of 'the
'Panama City social security office
said this week. Most of the bene-
fts $4,785,684 were going to peo-
ple who have retired and their de-
namal-anto nr f n iiwrq flv-


beneficiaries throughout the Unit-
ed States at ,the end of 1959. In
,'he State of Florida alone, 'annual
benefits came to over $332,900,568.
Figures are not available on a Ilo-
cal basis, but nationwide, more
than 55 billions of dollars have
been paid in 'social 'security benie-
fits since the first payments were
authorized in January, 1940. Many
beneficiaries who first qualified in
January, 1940, are still receiving
t h e ir monthly -social security
check.
In the 25 years since passage of
the Social Security Law on Au-
'gust 14, 1935, numerous changes


tlhers and children 'are affordd.
survivor protection..
Your local social security offices
have prepared special exhibits and
have special pamphlets available
in connection with the observance
of the 25th Anniversary of the So
ciial Security Act. While this pre
lod only runs the week of Augus
14 through August 20, you should
at all times, avail yourself of the
services of your local district of
fice. Fee informational paniphiets.
are 'available on request. Unless!
you are getting credit for all o
your earnings, whether salaried o.
self-employed, and know you
rights and responsibilities 'in con
nection with making a claim fo:
benefits, you and your family ar
the ones who will ibe ithe losers
The social security office for this
area is located at 1135 Harrison
Aveanue Pana Cifx. Thli tI,


pUUUndents.' or to su urvivors ofl- tinuri7 u hv be mad t -ou impromavey. e- e-
workers who have died. However, have been made to improve p he Phone number is POplar 3-5331.
327 'disabled people, age 50 but un- Social Security Insurance System. ---_
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der retirement age, and 217 of
their dependents were receiving
$390,132 a year.
Social Security benefits are in-
tended primarily as a ,basic 'floor
of financial [security against loss
of income .because of retirement,
disability or death., Oarey contin-
ued. However, the payment of $319,-
104 a year in Gulf County helps lo-
cal business because most of ithe
money is spent immediately for
food, clothing and other basic
necessities. Nationally, more than
10 billion dollars per year were be-
ing paid to more than 14 million


sessions of Congress will, without'
a doubt, continue to make needed
improvements. The original S,:,:i.
Security Law affected 'only salary
ied 'people in business and industry
and 'only provided for ithe.: payment
of retirement Ibenefits ,to the in.
sured worker. From this humble
'beginning, 'social 'security hais
grown into 'a system Which affords
basic financial. protection 'to more
than nine of ten of the nation's
employed people, whether they
work for a salary or are self-em-
ployed. Likewise, with the present
coverage, three of four of all mo-
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SIGNS PROCLAMATION-Mayor J. L. Sharit signs a proclamation
acknowledging the 25th anniversary of the Social Security Act.
Panama City Social Security officer, Vernon A. Kilpatrick, looks
on. (Star photo)


Proclamation


WHEREAS, Many in this com-
r munity have benefitted iby the
pt rogramts established by 'the So-
cial Security Law, and
WHEREAS, these include Fed-
eral Old&Age, Survivors and Dis-
Sability benefits administered 'by
your Social Security District Of-
fice-Unemployment Compensa-
Ition administered by your Flor-
ida State Employment Service
'and public 'assistance--aid to the
aged, to the ,blind, to the disabled,
to dependent children, plus child
welfare 'services 'administered' by
your local welfare office, and,
WHEREAS, August 14, 1960
'marks ithe 25th Anniversary of
the Social Security Program in
the United States, therefore,
I, J. L. Sharit, Mayor of the
City 'of Port St. Joe, tby virtue of
,the power vested in me, in ob-
servance of the 25th anniversary
of the National Social Security
System, in recognition of thle fi-
nancial assistance and 'services
of Social Security to the nation
and to this Community, do hereby
proclaim the week of August 14th
through August 20, as Social Se-
'uority Week in .the City of Port
St. Joe, Florida.
In Witness whereof, I have
hereunto 'set 'my hand and caus-
ed the official seal of the City of
'Port St. Joe to 'be affixed hereto,
this 5th day of August A. D.,
1960.
J. L. SHARIT, Mayor
ATTEST:
R. W. HENDERSON,
City Auditor and Clerk
Attending Ridgecrest
Mrs. Otis Ogle left Wednesday
morning to spend WMU Week at
Ridgecrest in North Carolina.


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rClasses will consist of tap, ballet
Men's Bow ing and acrobatics. Classes of modern
Leaue ResultS jazz will 'be taught to older cibil-
Lg L.dren or children who have had
previous danmcig. Ballroom lessons
The Men's Bowling League had will be given for beg-iners or tn-
their regular match on July 27- n termediate or advanced students.
Panama City. Here are the team
Those who are interested in en--
standings following the maatch: I
W L roiling for lessons please contact
Mrs. Taylor a't 651 Academy St.,


GuttLuera'uacers 10..... i
Oddiballs 8
Pin Spotters --....-- 4
Alley Oops .------- 2


f First High Team, 3 games: Odd-
r balls (1954)
r First High Team Game: Oddballs
- (671).
r First High, individual, 3 games:
e Capt. S. I. Vernon (528)
. First High, individual game:
s Capt. S. I. Vernon (201).
n 500 Club: S. I. Vernon (528), J.
- E. Milburn (519). G. E. Manz (505),
C. E. Koller (500).
200 Club: B. I. Mobley (223), S.
I. Vernon (201).
The next 'match will 'be August
3 at the Bowlarama Bowling Lanes
in Panama' City. Anyone in Port St.
Joe wishing information about 'the
leagues 'and how to form one may
contact C. E. Koller, 705% Long
Avenue or phone 7-7241 or 7-4926.
The Men's Bowling League had
their regular bowing match Augurt
13 at the Bowlaram in Panama City.
Here are the results of the match:
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Gutter Dusters -------14 2
Oddballs 12 4
Pin Spotters ----- .. 4 12
Alley Oop's ............ 2 1.
Oddballs (B. I. Mobley, Catdtaiu,
*had first high team, htree games,
(1837) and. also first high team,
individual game, (644).
High individual games, three: R.
M. Joyce, 542.
High individual game: R. M.
Joyce. 225.
R. M. Joyce 'bowled seven
straight strikes in one game only
five strikes away from a perfect
game.
500 Club:' S. I. Vernon, J. E. Mil-'
burn, G. E. Manz, C. E. Koller and
R. M. Joyce.
200 Olub: B. I. Mobley, S. I. Ver-
non land R. M. Joyce.
Vitro has entered one team in
the Gulf League that will begin
September 7 in Panama City.

Taylor Dance Studio
Coming Into St. Joe
Mrs. Vonzeil Taylor, of The Von-
ziel's Dance Studio of Baitnbridge,
Ga., Blountstown and Wewahitchka
is planning on. opening a dance stu-
dio here in September.
Mrs. Taylor is a well qualified
,teacher of the dance. She has stu-
died in New York for her teacher's
degree. i


Bainbridge, Ga. or call Mrs. Her-
bert Ba-own at BAll 7-7371.
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Visitors of D. E. Whites
Judge and Mrs. Comer F. White
and children of Bonifay were week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. E.
White 'and children of Seventh St.
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