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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-THIRD YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1960 NUMBER 47
Governor-Elect Farris Bryant
To Visit Here Tomorrow
Farris Bryant. Demoonatic nomi-
nee for Governor, will be in Port
St. Joe tomorrow to meet with var-
lous county and city officials in
regard to any future problems that
will arise within the county that
the Governor's office wll be Sble
to" assist wih.
Also, a recelptlon is planned so
that Mr. Bryant can have the op-
portunity to meet with and' thamnk
the people who were Instrumental
ta his successful campaign for the
office'of 'Governor. The time ifor
iths "thaank you session," will hbe
from 2:15 ito 3:15 p.m. tomorrow.
Friday, August 19 at ithe City Rse-
C. FARRIS BRYANT
taWrant. Everyone is .urged to
come iby and shake hands with ME.
..Byant at thls time.
'he work sessions with the coun'-
ty and city officials will be from
3:15 to 4:15 in the conference room
.at the City Han.
Mr. Bryant (has 'been! traveling
all over the state conducting this
type of meeting and they have been
very well' received as well as help-
ful in that it gives the Governor-
eleot an .idea of what will be ex-
pected of him in the next four
Jr. High Football
All candidates for the Juni3-
High Football teams are to re-
port for their physical examina-
tions Monday, August 22 at the
County Health Clinic. These ex-
aminations will begin at 9:00
Only a limited number of boys
can be examined at this time.
The boys who report first will be
examined. Those who cannot be
taken care of will be examined
on August 29. All players must
have an examination before com-
ing out- for- practice.
Mrs. Joe Bracewell reports this
., week that Bob Bracewell I s now
in the duPont Institute at Winming-
ton, Deleware. She 'says that visit-
ing days comb only once a month
and' that: Bob -is naturally getting
SHARKS ENTER FIRST WEEK OF
PRE-SCHOOL FOOTBALL TRAINING
The Port St. Joe Sharks are now
'busy with pre-sdcool football drills
as they seek to find replacements
for their graduation depleted. ranks.
Coach Marion Craig told The Star
this week, "This will be the most
inexperienced, team that we have
.had. in several years. We hope that
we can overcome Ithis handicap
with enthusiasm and aggressive-
ness. This year's schedule Is -the
toughest one 'ever attempted by a
Shamk team. Our boys realize this
and are making 'every effort to
have a football team capable of
playing tis schedule with some
measure of success."
The Sharks lost 13 Seniors by
graduation this spring. Nine of
these boys were regulars. on last
year's team. The following Seniors
graduated making 'holes in the
Shark roster: Captain Ed Boblbitt,
Glen Aligood, Frank Griffin, Pat
O'Brian, PDru Hall, Jimmy Will'iams,
Buddy Ward, Bob Burkett, Jimmy
Redd, Willie Dantell, Ken Marlow,
Terry Porter, Bob Raffield and Da-
Gene Cox will 'not Ibe av Ma ble
to the Sharks this year as he has
transferred to another school.
The following lettermen are re-
tiburning this season: Jimmy Daw-
son, Jimmy Wilder, Howard Lov-
ett, Joe Whaley. Chesley Fen-om,
Bob Munn, Freddie Bowdoin, Court-
ney Martin, Larry Davis, Nelson
Hall and Bob Kerrigan.
STAe boys who 'have reported this
fall 'are now working at the follow-
ENDS: George Boyer, Freddie
Bowdodn, Wayne Stevens, Wayne
Blackburn, Richard Arnold and
TACKLES: Joe Whaley, Don
Young, Tom Brown, Carl Zimmer-
man, Pat McFarland, Bernie Buz-
GUARDS: Courtney Martin, Cliff-
ford' W.imberly and Jerry Wood.
'CENTERS: Howard Lovett, Da-
vid Naince nad Harold Keels.
QUARTERBACK: Bob Munn and
HALFBACK: Jimmy Dawson,
Jimmy Wilder, Bob Kerrigan, Nel-
son .Hall,- Buddy Kennington .and'
FULLBACK: Ohesley Feasom.
The following- ninth graders are
working out with the varsity: Lar-
ry Allen, Mike Carbonneau, Freddie
Ohason, Oharles Dockery, Jimmy
Gainnie, Jiimmy Goodman, John
Kiimbrel, Gene Griflin, Billy Moore,
David 'Porter and Paul Robbin s.
Some of .these ,players may be
kept o'n the varsity squadg. Oi.,aers
will go to the Junior High team.
Florida Gets More Days To Shoot The
Little Grey Birds -- New, Laws Listed
Last year, Fedperil regulations a1- -illegally? Naturally, early dove sea-
lowed Florida 65 half.days (noon 'son does 'result in more hunters
to sunset) of dove -hunting. Florida afield before regular hunting sea-
chose a two-phase seeson-23 half- son. However, Game Oomanmission
days from October 10 to November feels Ithat damage ito resident game
1, 'and 42 half-days from November as specific result of early 'dove sea-
26 Ito January 6. This year, llorida son is 'minor, and does not justify
was allowed 70 half-days of hunt- closdig early season and losing op-
ing, and chose 23 half-days October portunity ,to harvest the early flight
15 to November 6, and 47 half-days of doves. Commission believes that
November 24 through January 9.
Federal' regulations do not allow
zoning inside a state. Florida must
lset statewide (season--not different
seasons for different parts' of the
state. State-wide season may 'be
restricted on 'local ibasis-if state-
wide two-phase season is set, then
either phase may 'be closed. In in.
dividual districts. Hunters in dis-
, tri cts closed. during one of two pha.
ses wouild- lose rtbe halt-days of
idcve hunting, since the time coula
not be added to the remaining
phase. Florida could take 70
straight half-days, but some bin,-
ers would -lqse their 'best dove-
Against Early Season&-
Some hunters object to the,,ear]y.
season on the astis that it aiTows
a few individuals to take other
game under ,excuse, "I'm dove hunit-
ing." .Such few people, however,
can use the year-around excuse
"I'm orow hunting, rabbit haunting
or snake hunting." Other hunters
say 'early dove season' discourages
violations' since legal hunters are
In the field, and deliberate viola-
most Florida hunters are good hunt.-
Cancer Society To
Hold Annual Meeting
Taxable Property Shows
No Pictures for
Star This Week
The Star was notified late yes-
terday afternoon by the Panama
City News-Herafd that our pic-
utres would not be ready for pub-
lication this week. According to
the News-Herald, the pictures got
mixed up in their bus schedule
between here and Panama City
and didn't reach the News-Herald
for processing until yesterday af-
ternoon. These pictures will be
run in next week's issue of The
Freddie McCall Participates
In Polaris Underwater Shot
'CAPE CANAVERAL Charles
McCall, engineman 'second class,
USN, son of Mrs. Marion McCall of
1006 Gamrrison Ave., Port St. Joe
,and' husband, of the former Miss
Barbara J. iPhillips of Springfield,
Mass'., participated in the first fir-
ing 'of a Piolaris missile from a sub-
merged submarine July 25, while
serving aboard 'the ballistic missile
submarine USS George Washing-
ton off ithe coast of Cape Canaveral.
Leave For Mountains
Mr. 'and Mrs. Wayne Buittramr
and family 'left Tuesday for a
week's campingg trip .in ,the Smoky
SJPC Says Picketin,
Bob Siddwell, Gulf Oounty's, Direc-
tor of Civil Defense outlined the
planpnd 'program for Gulf's Civil
Defense unit in the months to come
to the Kiwanis Club .at their regu-
lar meeting Tuesday .
Sidwell 'said that Gulf is now eli-
gib le to receive Federal 'aid along
the lines of Civil Defense and can
now purchase government surplus
equipment at nominal prices..
Sidwell said that representatives
of the Civil Defense unit is going
I Memrlners of the Panmam. City
Building Trade Council threw up
picket lines yesterday morning at
the gates of the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany- and the Michigan Chemical
Company. The signs read, "Un-air-
Labor Practices- Panama City
Building Trade Council".
As far as can be learned, the
pickeas are picketing the Ray Faib-
xricating Company of Birmingham,
Alabama. This company 's doing
Eome work for 'both St. Joe Paper
L) a;r; ne" 'h Company and the Michigan Cham-
urchase ,equipment for hte unit, oa Compaany. The company has
This 'build-up 'will make an ef- i mpy. o, e
-its own employee toree, who are
active ,unit for Gulf in case Of bad io members, (here on te ob.
storm's 'and will ready Gulf as 'an r extraabor they ave hir ed
,eacuation areain cae-of enemy Port St. Joe college students and,
k_______ SeM ral men' out of work at the o10-
Scal mills from hutdowns. The Pe-
Willie Lee Gainer ama city Building Trades Councid
Enlists In USAF 'want their union members hired
The Gulf County Unit of the Iby the company in leu of the local
American Cancer Society will hold Willie Lee Gainer,-19, 'son of Mr. labor, and have town up Ithe
its annual meeting on. Thursday, and, Mrs. Jerry Gainer of Kenney's picket line for this reason.
Argust 25 at 8:00 p.m. at the Flor- Mill', Port St. Joe, was enlls'ter in, Tom S. Ooldewey, vice-president
ida Power Longe the United State Air Force at of the ,St. Joe Paper Oompany sent
The meeting is being held. for 'the IMontgomery, Alabama, through the yeted to Ear
purpose of electing ,officers for the Panama City Ofice Wednesday, Thomas, president of the Panama
coming year and presentation toft ugust 10, according 'to M-Sgt. Union protest t of e he ancet-
g y C. L. Blair of that office. City Union protesting the [picket-
awards 'to outstanding workers in
the Crusadiejust past. Willie was assigned to Lackland lug.
____ Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex-' 'Coldeey protested on the
as, where he will undergo basic rounds that the agns' wording wags
Four Local Students 'training, 'after which he will bo s- isead'ng and appeared to be a
s signed to one 'of the operational grieance against St Joe Paper
Make FSU Dean's List training units of the AeroSpace company oldewey's letter said',
Force. Willie hopes to further his in 'part, "We believe your picketing
University 'this week announced a education wi'le n the Air Force, to be unlawful under 'both Florida'B
dean's list of 1,383 names for the Blair said. land the, Federal lawa, and diat
spring geanester. The students were Sergeant Blair, stated that he changing your placards to comply
undergraduates taking 12 or more still has a limited, number of va- with our request (of re-worMdig)
semester hours who made an av- cancies for the month of August. w ill not remove this taint if laegal-
reage of B or more. Anyone interested in joining Th ityhe
The list included James G. Ad- Air Force, or finding out more I The picketing union represents
sms, Martha L. Costin, Willie H. about the 'opportunities in the Air''none of the workers. employed -by
lonesome. ear ey will be osreved and Durant and Laurie A. Ward, all of Force, contact him at the Post Of-
For, any of you who would 'like reported. Some landowners object Port St. Joe. fioe, Room 206, upstairs, in Pana-
to write Bob and help keep him tIto the 'early season on the grounds --- ma City any day Monday through
cheered up 'his address is: Bob lbat lt invites trespass y dove Returns Home Friday. Also you may 'contact him
Bracewell, c/o Alfred I duPont n- hunters. Mrs. J. F. Daniell returned home by calling PO 3-1301, in 'Panama
atitute, Wilmngton, I. Plawatre. Early Hunting this week 'after a lengthy visit with City.
sttt, ae Does the early dove season en- (her son and family, Mr. land, Mrs. .
Adv...lino on.esnt co.t --' ,,)it courage hunters to take other game James Daniell of Winchester, Tenn. .New Church Begins
In Beach Area
HIGH SCHOOL TO OPEN DOORS FOR 1960-61 SCHOOL A new church ill begin series
YEAR MONDAY, AUGUST 29, ACCORDING TO BOWDOIN ay morning, August 21. Sunday
School will ibe the first service in
The Port St. Joe High School and' afternoon. jAugust 30 to register. Because of the new Faith Tabernacle of the
will open for the 1960-61 school All new pupils who are transfer- the pupil 'assignment law and the Assemblies of God at St. Joe Beach.
year on Monday, August 29 at 8:35 ring to the Port St. Joe High School law regulating to pupil tuition ex- Morning worship services will be
a.m., principal Leroy Bowdodl, an- and. who (have not already regis- emption procedure, the registration held at 11:00 a.m. with evening ser-
nounced this week. At that time tered will be able to come to of a new pupil has. become quite a vices at 8:00 p.m. Mid week prayer
all students will go to the gymna- school at any time during the week lengthy procedure. Therefore it be- service is scheduled for Thursday
sium for an 'assembly. While there of August 22-26 and register for comes expedient not to register nights at 8:00 pam.
they will receive their homeroom classes. (Pupils coming from High- transfer pupils on the first day of The Tabernacle is located two
assignments. land. View Elementary and Port St. school. blocks 'off U. S. 98 at the first panv-
A u.ll schedule of classes will Joe Elemenatry are not to be con- At least one parent should accoji- ed road on St. Joe 'beach leading
be held on opening day. Lunch will s dered' as transfer pupil&.) ipany a transfer pupil when he off the highway.
be served in the lunchroom. .The If transfer pupils do not enroll comes to register as there will be Rev. Allen Norris is the pastor
'buses will run their usual routes during the week as speoitled they several papers ftr the parent to and offers a cordial invitation to
at the usual' tme in 'the moirml.g will have to wait until Tuesday, seign. everyone to attend these services.
Vthe Ray Fai brucaaig' nCompsny.
Mr. and, Mrs. Leo Shealy and
children are vacationing at Indian
Springs, Ga., and will visit friends
Thames Hurt In
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thames 4nd
Mrs. Mary( Ellen Partell narrowly
escaped serious injury last week
by an explosion of a hot water
heater in a house trailer that they
had rented in Oaltornma, 'where
they are spending their vacation.
The mishap occurred on their
first night In Citefonaia.
A faulty 'safety valve caused the
All three otf the vacationers sut-
tered 'burns and cuts and it 'was
reported, that Mr. Thames has a
possible leg fracture. He Is in the
hospital at Chula Vista, California.
Mrs. Thames and Mrs. Purtell were
released with minor burns and
Mr. and Mrs. R. Causey of Moul-
trie, Ga'., spent last week visiting
Mr. and. Mrs. N. G. Martin.
STORM SEWER RUN-OFF OFFERS DANGER
Pier Area Unsafe For Bathing
The City of Port St. Joe has 'been notified 'by
the :State Board oft Health that they cannot rec-
commend the 'area around the City Pier as safe for
This communication from the State Board came-
as the result of a, test of the water around the pier
being tested by the State at the request of tae City
Commission,. Samples of the water in this area were
taken every day for a month and sent to the State
Board of Health laboratories for analyzing.
The water did not show impurities that would
be dangerous to human bathing purposes, however.
According to the tests, the water i pure enough for
this purpose. The State would mot recommend the
area for swimming because of the fact that two
storm sewers empty into the 'bay near the bathingg
area. The State Board of Health also 'bases their
refusal 'to give the area a clean' 'bill of. health, tbe-
cause one of .the storm sewers run& near a house,
whose seepage from city sewer lines can contamin-
ate the drain water running off into the bay, fur-
ther contaminating it.
The State Board does not say that these fac-
tors are now causing an unsafe condition from bac-
teria, but that these factors CAN cause an unsafe
condition, and only a constant, day by day check
could ascertain, when the bay was 'an dwasn't it for
able Hike In City
New Commercial Building Ups Total
Despite Property Going Off Rolls
City Auditor and Clerk R. W. Henderson reported Tuesday
night that the City has gained $73,391.00 in its taxable property
rolls during hte past year. The information was made known at
the City's annual Tax Equalization Board meeting Tuesday.
No property owners appeared
Fir* o i 'objecting to their valuation on the
rSt Graders Should City tax rolls. After no Objections
Register Next Week were heard, the rolled were accept-
Reglster Next Wee ed as, presented by the clerk.
Principal Hubert Richards of According to Henderson, the
the Port St. Joe Elementary City now has $9,683,249.00 in tax-
School announced this week that able property on the City ibooka.
all children of first grade age This is against $9,609,858.00 on 'the
who have not registered with the, books for last year.
school will do so Wednesday at Henderson says that most of this
10:00 a.m. i increase is due to the constriIction.
All new students must have of new business houses in Port St.
their birth certifications for reg- Joe. Other hikes in the taxable i'al-
istration. nation comes from increases to pro-
Those children who have regis- perties owned by the St. Joseph
tered will be notified by mail of Telephone and Telegraph Company
their appointment dates to enroll and the Florida Power Corporation.
their children in school. Florida (Power's valuation waa in-
creased by $6,000 and the St. Jo-
seph Telephpe and Telegraph wa"
increased byr $5,000.00. These were
the only sizeable increases of pro-
perty already on the tax roll.
Property Coming Off Rolls
Clerk Henderson said that he was
H-View Men's Club amazed at the increase in thetax-
able property because of ithe fact
Offer Free Fish oo
l9oef the rolls during the past year.
H-- e said that construction of new
The Highland View Men's Club homes alone have o taken nany lota
will sponsor a fish' supper thIs Sat- off the rolls that were formerly
urday night, free for the taking. taxable. Since the homes have
The, Men's Olub decided to give 'been built, they are homestead, ex-
the supper free 'in an attempt to empit and therefore tax-free.
attract as many of the Higland Now that the tax roll has been
View residents as possible to the established the City will get on
gathering. The main purpose of the with ithe business of setting a bud-'
event iso to explain to the citizens get for the coming year.
the progress s being made ion pro- Parking Problems
murenent of ie fighting ;equip- In other business Tuesday night,
men't and organization of 'a Volun- the City studied the parking p'rob-
teer Firmean's Association Unit n lIm n Third. Street froma Highway
Highland View. Also isted as 98 to Williams Avenue. Commnis
main -item of interest is the poessi- .ioner John Robert Smith brought
bility of a water system for the the matter before athe board agd
community. This item promises to r eommended parallel, parking o
attract much 'interest.
one side of the street and possibly
The supper will begin at 5:00 both sides.
p.m. With' members of the club The Commssion instructed om-
playing host to the community in missioner 'Smith and Chief of Po-
what has been termed a "commun- ice H. W. Grifi to examine he
ity fish fry". The program will tbe situation 'and report their raecon-
held at ,the Highland View Elemen- mendations at the next meeting of
itary School mendations at the next meeting Of
The Men's Club in 'a special meet- While they were on the subject
ing last Tuesday night worked out of streets, the Board discussed the
final plans for the event and also need of repairs to Avenue 'C' lead-
scheduled a meeting for this coan- ing to Washington High School.
ing Tuesday night in which there All the Board members agreed. the
will be ai election of officers for street needed instant attention and
the club. All members, past and will see what can be done about
present are urged to be at this the street to get it repaired.
meeting. Also elated for election at Ball Field Lights
thia meeting will' be the election of The Commission discussed at
a fire chief, assistant fire chief, some length the high electric bills
Inpump operator and assistant for being caused 'by the use of the
the volunteer tire fighters group. lghts on 'the City's two 'ball par ek
There will be speaking and' en- The Commission decided amoun-
tertainment at the fish fry and the themI'selves to make some arrange-
entire community is invited. ments to reduce the bills before
the next season came around.
Requests Loading Space
Guest of Browns H. A. Campbell, owner of Camp.
Miss Elizabeth Ann Brown had bell's Drug Store appeared before
as her, guest, Senorita Marta VaS- the Board requesting the designs-
quez of Panama City, Republic of tion of a loading space in front ot
Panama. Senorita Vasquez is a stu- his business and in front of the
dent at Sacred Heart College, Cull- Smith Pharmacy on Reid Avenuae.
man, Alabama. She is the daughter The Board took no Immediate
of Senor Alfred Vasquez, an offi- action on the request but did take
cial of the Panamanian Govern- Oampbell's request under advise.
men.t ment for further study.
it akovil M%-wnrAAf
Shower Honors Bride-Elect
M"les Wanda Kenningbon, August
.br'9eelbeot, was honored Tuesday
evenagD at Beacon Hil with a 'kit-
chen shower given by Misst Barbam
'The' rTefreshment table was at-
traotively arranged with a yellow
and d whte linen' -cloth centered
wt a 'white milk glass compoite
tearing lan oval composition of
-white oases, valley lilies, white gyp-
sophilal and white pearlized grapes.
Tllse ompositlon was centered be-
tween' two siver 'and crystall hu-rl-
came temps. Mrs. Thomas J. Mitt-
chell astIted the hostess in erv-
ing a salad, course to the guests.
-. 'le. honoree 'was attired' in a
white .oe bl'ue-lind ihea'th, dress.
Mrs. G. L., Kenningit6n, mother of
the abilde-'elect, 'was dressed idn a
pastel fl'ora Tlavender silk sheath
with white acesies.
The honoree and her another
were presented with corsages tby
the hostess. Approximately 15
OES Chapters To
.uoes[. OWd U 'U,, ^A, UL d The Gulf ouot-y chapters of the
hours. Order of the Easteri Star, Wewa-
Miss Kennington will become the Oraer of an Poatexn Ste, Wewa-
:bride of Thomas Griffin. Wilder on. ort -" of ae birth
August 26 t he First Methodist g a joit celebration of te birth-
Ohurch of Port St. Joe. day of Robert Morris, founder of
uTOOfPort-St.=.JOB. the Order Thursday, August 25 at
11 ... .. 7: 00 p"m.
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT I .
Mr. and Mrs. John Linnard Stan- -- b tomia-in; a
ley of St. Joe Beach announce the picnic lunch to enjoy this oca'asion
Ulth of a daughterr" Karen Lee on at the home of Mrs. Janet Presnell
October 11 at the Port St. Joe Mu- Worthy Matron of Gul Chaptern
nicipat Hospital. who is arranging 'aw Interesting
'Ic. program IHer home. 1i located .at'
0 CHURCH SUNDAY Simmon's Bayou, south' of Port St.
Advertlsing doesn't cost-It PA'V "0 Joe.,
U~ I ;
"' TEEN'S BRAS
SGirl's Double Seat
2 pr. $1.29,
For Juor Teens
Garden Club To Begin Year's Activities
With Luncheon Planning Meeting
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will begin, its 1960B activities with
a covered 'dish luncheon at St.
James!' Parlsh Houise on Thursday
August 25 at 1:30 p.m. A I mem-
berls of 'both circle are urged' to be
present and bring a covered dish.
Mlembens maayibring guests. follow.
Ing lunch, plans for the year's a&c
tivities will be discussed.
A lecture-idemonstratian on "Fun-
diamentas of Flower Arranging"
'ill be given. by Mrs,. Ralph Nance.,
Any gardener who has recently
moved to Pont Sit. Joe who wants
to learn' something of the soil con-ou
ditionls here, what and when to
,plant, fertilizers, etc., are cordially
invited' to 'become a member 'of this,
Those who have 'been memberss
of garden clubs other places will. be
welcomed as members of the local
club. It interested, call ithe presi-
dent, Mrs. Tiom Moon, or one of the
following: Mrs. Fennon Talley,
chairman of the Azalea Circle, Mrs..
Robert Kerrigan, chairman of the
Circle 4 Meets
Circle Four of the First Baptist
WMU met with Mrs. Grady Keels
Monday 'at 3: 0Qi p.m. *with ive
The devotional was brought by
Mrs. C. A. McClellan, taken. from
,the Royal Service magazine. The
theme lof the devotional was, "Shar-
.Scripture and par-ts 'were brought
by: Mrs. L. Z. Henderson, Genesis
4:3-5, "First Tithe and A 'Blood'
Offering"; Mrs. Grady Keels, Lev.
22:18-21, "Tithe Without Blmlish";
Mrs. Keels, Genesis 15:1-5, "R'e-
warding Tithes"; Mrs. Lonnie Bell,
Matthew 23:23, "Woe Unto Me It
I, Don't TAthe" and' Duke 14:26-27,
"God' First" and,. uke 18:22,
"Come and' Follow Me".
During the 'business sesi son, Cir-
cle o-c'harman, Mrs. Lonnie BReal
presided. Good reports were heard
from lar chairmae. Atter the meet-
ing, 'everyone present enjoyed a so-
Mrs.L. Z. Henderson dismissed
the meeting with prayer.
Plan Joint Meet
You Are Invited.. .
To Attend An "''Open House" of
SEE THE EASY COMFORT OF TRULY MODERN HOME DESIGN
MODEL HOME 504 17th Street
SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 3:00 8:00 P.M.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 21, 2:00 6:00 P.M.
launch a joint membership 3riTe
tentatively pliatnied' for sometime =
Much- detailed planning s neeos-
sary to contact the Ibetter than
700 eligible veterans, and e heir fam-
ilies dand offer to -them .the pr'vi-
lege. of asisociating themialwvcs
with Post 116.
YAZOO POWER-no job too
rough, too tough Big Wheel
PERFORMANCE easy hand-
ling, maneuverability! DURA-
antees long years of trouble-free
Ask for a demonstration!
St. Joe Auto Parts
309 Williams Ave. Ph. 7-2591
GOT A 0"*
66 RI Efor
,6 6 6 Tpo
The First Methodist Church of
Port St. Joe, will hold a Youth Ac-
tivities Week during the week of
August 22-28. This is a' weke of
varied' activities' for the young peo-
ple and for workers with' youth.
Each morning there will be a pro.
ject time from 9:30 until, 11:00. Be.
ginning 'with supper at 6:30 the
:evening session will als" dnclud'a
periods 'of discussion, recreation
Rev. Mason -Morris, minister of
Wesley Methodist Church Iin De-
Funiaik Springs, will deliver the in-
spirational address each, evening.
Miss Carol Ann Cowley, a Birming-,
ham-Southern College sophomore'
from Pensacota 'will serve as or
ganist for YAW:
Any interested youth are iviitCed
ito participate I this week of wor-.
ship and spiritual growth.
Junior Girls Auxiliary of
American Legion Formed
The Junior Girls affiliated -with
the American Legion Auxiliary
wish to thank all for their patron-
age lastt Friday tor purchasing
their few baked items and' po-tiod-
era they miad
The Junior Girls Activity Group
has been organized as a conmmun-
ity Iproject of the American Legion
Auxiliary, under the chairmashi
of Mrs. E hen Kirkland'. All girls
between the ages of four and 17
are eligible to J i
This group, through their own
efforts, will sponsor money making
projects to finance their recreation
activities and service to the com-
munity and' hospitalized patients.
Girls, with any baton experience
are needed to help with the young-
It more ieen-age girls register
for this group it is, hoped that a
teen 'age canteen can ibe scheduled
for the yearr,
All girls between the agesla of
four and 17 awre urged to meet Sat-
urday, August 20 at the American
Legionu Home 'at '2:00 p.m.
Methodist Circle No. 3
Meets With Mrs. Kilbourn
WSCS Circle No. 3 of the Metho-
dist Church met n thfe home of
Mrs. Helne Kilbourn on August 15.
Mrs. John Drew, chua.man, call-
ed' the meeting to order with Mrs.
J. L. Temple opening the meeting
A short business session was
held with discussion of the Meatho-
dist Men'so Club and Youth Week.
Mrs. Kiflbourn was In. charge of
'the program on "International At-
fais" which, was very interesting.
Mrs. Paul Blount and Mrs. J. La-
mnar Miller took part on the pro-
Silent prayer by all members was
asked for help to all nations.
MMirs. Klilbourn closed the pro-
granm 'by reading Pisalma 4:4-7.
The meeting was' closed with' the
Refreshments were served to
the member present.
'HE STAR, Port St. Joe, .lorlda .. TH*IURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1960
Wilmer Strickland and sons-Abel
and Kenneth of Sopehoppy and
'lark Durranoe and daughter of
Tallahassee stopped 'by to ca'l on
Clinton Cox eniroute to Mexico
Beach Saturday morning.
Mr. and' Mrs. J. D. Holland and
daughter of Lanette, Ala., and Mrs.
Robent Morgan and daughter of
Atlanta visited Mr. and 'Mr. W. B.
Holland during the week end.
Friends of 'little Danny Gaanous
will regret to learn hed is a patient
in. the Municipal Hospital'. We wish'
Ihim a speedy recovery.
Walter Jackson and sons, Billy
and Gene and Aithan Peterson,
spent the week 'end with Mr. and
Mms. Pat Patterson and family.
Miss Mary Cox left Saturday faor
Elizabeth, Tenn., where she will
attend' a children's Bible mission
'conference for several days. She
was accompanied to Birminghama
by Miss 'Anne McBraiyer.
,Mr. 'and' M. B&aord' Long of
(Panama; City vtisitdee -,Sunday with
Mr. and Ms. L. H. Kelley and famn.
'Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Dormanay of
Port St. Joe announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Dothy
Rea Dormany to Jimmy Sadler, soa
of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Sadler also
of this city.
The wedding will be an event of
Sunday, August 21 at 2:00 p.m. at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. K.
Dormany. Miss Dormany is a grad-
iate of the Port St. Joe gtdh
School. Jimmy is now employed' at
'the A & P Tea Coampany here in
,Port St. Joe.
-All friends and relatives of th
couple are Hnvited.to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Maroni Pabker and"
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Parker left
.Sunday for Gateliburg, Tnen., tor
a week's viacatiom
friends and relatives here Moaday.
Wdason Children Vislit
Mr. and: M s. Ike Waton had, te
pleasure of -having all their cial-
dren and grandchdidr'en' home dur-
Ing the week 'end' tor the firat time
Friends of E aiph KiMghit will be 'in 'six years. They were: vrs-s. a-
glad to tear e is home from the garOwens of Montgiomery, Ai0r.,e
hospital and is doiog tone. Sgt. Aiton W on ead n timii t
Mr. and- Mrs. Jim Whittangtoni Egln Air F orce Base, Curitlis Wt-
and Albert listed relatives in Pan- son and' family of Sebring, Frapk
ams Cty Sunday., Watson and fatmly of HIblmand,
Mr. and Mrs. James Kesey and View, Mrs. Ben Gay rnMd tatmly
ftamily have returned home atter a and Ms. Gordon Adamas and' dan.
vacation- trip to Oklahoma. 11y of Highland' View. There ware
Johnnie Keith and' A. J. Payne 17 grandchildren, 14 grandsonsa and
of Wewaiitchika were calling on three granddaubghteri.
St -Joe Paper Company
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
August 17, 1960
To All Employees of the
St. Joe Paper Company:
On Wednesday morning, August 17, representa-
tives of the Panama City Building Trades Council met
up picket lines at the gates leading to'the Company'* s
Their reason for this action grows out of a .on-
tract between our Company and the Ray Fabricating
Company of Birminghaf, Alabama. The contract wes
awarded to Ray Fabricating Company as low bidder, af-
ter competitive bidding.
The employees working on this job are either full-
time skilled employees of Ray Fabricating Company, or
temporary employees hired to do laboring work for this
job only. It is our understanding that the full-time em-
ployees are unionized and the temporary employees are
local college boys. None of the employees belong to
Unions affiliated with Panama City's Building Trades
The Panama City Building, Trades Council re re-
sentatives have told Ray Fabricating Company that the
picketing is being done to force employment of Union
members affiliated with Panama City's Building Trades
There is no dispute between Ray Fabricating
Company and Its employees, and none between our Com-
pany and our employees.
TOM S. COLDEWEY,
The Aim'erioan Legion,, Post 116,
,and' the AmerHicanI Legion Auxiliary
will hold. a joint meeting, Thurrsday.
August 18 at 7:30 p.m. The ladies
will serve a ibuffet ssupper prior to
'the business meeting.
All Auxiltary and Legion mnem.
bers are urged to Ibe present Thua.
day evening. The hlep, of each .',Id
,every ,member of the Legion and
Auiiary is, needed. to snocesqtilly
at The Bungalow Shop
1010 Palm Boulevard _
Sale Starts Thursday, Aug. 18
All Spring and Summer Dresses and Short Sets
ONE HALF PRICE
GIRL'S BLOUSES TEEN'S NYLON SLIPS LADIES' PAJAMAS
Va Price Reg. $3.00 .Reg. $2.98
all and Saimer $2.19 $1.99
ONE GROUP OF DRESSES
Values to $19.95 Toddlers, Girls, Teens and Misses
$1.00 to $4.99
Register for Gift Certificates and A Book of S&H Green Stamps to be
Given Away Each Day!
MANY OTHFR ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS!
NEW FALL and WINTER DRESSES SPECIALLY PRICED FOR THE
SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF
IDID IT! I DID IT!
ACTUALLY IT WAS EASY FOR
HIM TO BORROW CASH HERE
We make it just as easy for YOU to obtain
a personal loan. If you're employed and
have a sound credit rating the cash
can be yours within a few days.
See us for a loan first a bank loan is
your best loan. It's your best credit
reference and bank loan rates are lowest.
Your Request Is Confidentiall
Florida National Bank at Port St. Joe
IcT~ir I II I a~
Member, Florida National Q~l~c p
nute of the dated Au t 8 1960, a copy of which, apartment the jontraot in the form heart 'adopt a resolution to construct a County the followlg voted. AYE: Strickland and St. Joseph's F e Control St. Joe Auto Parts Co. ....... 11
M inu t identified by the .,iaTu"r of its Chairman, tra..h,-], ar,.i be it further road from the Dead Lakes : .::. 7.. Ken- I Tbarpe. NATY: Cooper and the Chairman. District ................ 0.5 Mills Gulf Oil Prod,, Gas, Oil, Etbe, ..... _Pot 33
Co t Commissin shall be placed di with the County RE.LVED. that the attorney for this utek .. .. by 'Motion died for the lack of a majority. Dead Lakes Water Management J. Lamar Miller, Diesel Fuel .... 10.32
nty ilerk,. .Board be, and he is hereby authorized and th. a on file in ', ih. re was a motion by om- District ................ $.5 Mills TOTAL ................... 1,824.32
raised and duly adopted this August 9, directed to proceed to take the necessary thr Clerk's office. : :. ..:pe., seconded by Commis- TOTAL ................. .13.8 Mills FINE & FORFEITURE
1960, A.D. Steps for the County to acquire in the Whereupon, :r-':a-t to Notice published sioner Cooper, seconded by Commissioner I Hon. Harland 0. Pridgeon, County lax AUGUST 9, 1960
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA The Board approved payment to its At- nime of said County by donation, purchase, to i Chairman announced Tharpe, that the tentative budget for the ICollector appeared before the Board and S. P. Husband. Salary .......... 502.60
AUGUST 9, 1960 .r..ir- for expenses in connection with the or condemnation said rights of way, borrow i.r meeitng is now open to hear any fiscal year beginning October 1, 1960 and requested the Board to allow him an ex- Silas R. Stone, Salary .......... 13.38
The Board of County Commissioners of r, i Issue in the amount of $48,65, and pits and easements for said portion of said complaint or comment on the tentative bud- ending September 30, 19861 be approved, [tension in time on classing his 1959 Tax Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire. .... 20.00
Gulf County, Florida met this date it regu- tc the Florida Engineering Associates, Ino,, Section, and to prepare in the name of said ge for he fiscal year hbeiFci'ni October 1, adopted and ordered. Upon vote the follow- roll, due to the fact that the taxes of G. S. General Offic eElquip. Co., Sup. .. 165.08
lar session with the following members pres- ., .iar -.t!r,., etc.. In the amount of County by its County Commissioners all 1960 and ending :-.,c .961, the ing voted: AYE: Cooper, Tharpe and the IHallmark has not been paid, but that a Boyd Bros., Inc., Sup. .......... 47.40
ent: E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, A. J. ciC.5v. condemnation papers, affidavits and plead- same having been i;r. .J .;. "i. meeting Chairman. NAY: None, claim has been filed with the United States George Y. Core, Salary ........ 187.00
ncrickland, -; i;; W. Cooper and Coleman The Board authorize the Chairman and wings, and prosecute all condemnation pro- of July 14, 1960. I Th eChairman announced that said bud District Court to collect said taxes in the Game & Fresh Water Fish Coin.,
51. Tharpe. rI. Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, Clerk to execute the right-of-way contract eedings to judgment; and furnish to the get is approved, adopted and ordered ac- Bankruptcy proceedings now in hat oCurt. Arrest Tickets ............5 4.16
Engineer, Road Supt. and Mosquito Control for State Road No. S-887 (Industrial Road, Department the abstract search provided Commissioner Tharpe said he wanted to cording to publication in local papers of Upon motion by Commissioner Strickland TOTAL .................. 1,289.41
Supervisor were also present. Port St, Joe). for in said Contract. (end) Lvee the Board pay the Small Claims Judae, County. seconded by Commissioner Cooper and una- FINE & FORFEITURE
The meeting came to order at 9:00 am. On motion of Commissioner Cooper, see- f. F McDaniel presented the County an a salary of $600.00, even though there is -inimously carried, to allow the Tax Collect- AUGUST 1, 1960
Rev. G, T. Hinton opened the meeting onded by Commissioner Strickland the fol- easement for 16 foot ditch and the same no item in the tentative budget for that' WHEREUPON, there was a motion by I r an additional sixty days to close said roll. B. E. Parker, Requisition. 4,673.00
with prayer.,lowing resolution was adopted: was recorded in the public records of Gulf purpose. Commissioner Strickland said he :Commissioner Cooper, seconded by Commis- | All payrolls for the month of July were TOTAL ......4,678.00
RESOLUTION County. wanted the Board to provide a salary for sioner Strickland and unanimously carried, Iapproved and notified as paid. GENERAL FUND-PEST CONTROL
Minutes for the meetings of July 4th, 7th, the Sniall Claims Judge and asked what that in order to meet the necessary expes- All bills were examined and ordered paid. AUGUST 2 1960
Ith- and 26th were read, approved and WHEREAS, th eState Road department Th eChairman announced that Calhoun t would take to get such an item in th-, l chargable to the County funds, the Board I There being no further business to come Ja F. Whitfield, Salar 184.20
adopted. o' Florida has authorized and requested | County has informed him that said County budget. The Attorney advised hat the bud- of County Commissioners of Gulf County, I before the Board, the meeting did then ] F .Sellers W alar .......1.61
Robrft U, aidwell, County Civil Defene Gulf County to furnish the necessary rights Iwil' participate in the payment of the Dead would have to be re-adverised, showing Florida, hereby declare the tax rate on adjourn. Directo-r Int. Re v /lary ......... 14.6
Director presented his proposed operational of way, borrow pits and easements for that Lakes Water management District dam by new item and new totals. The Chairman the dollar as set opposite each fund listed ATTEST: ]irev rn Wt. ax..t"..1 o.0
survival plan for Gulf urr.), an orgai- portion of Section 51o590, State Road 8-387, asersing one-half mill for said District; said he would not agree to making any below, and is hereby levied, assessed and George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr Riy E. Green, Co pt, Retire ...... 9.08
nation chart and a proposed resolution to extending fm a point in Section 6, Town- that said County has adopted a resolution changes in the tentative budget as pre- imposed upon all of the property yin k airman ruf Co. CorA., Inc. Se.. .....6.81
it said plan into effect. After discussion, ., Range 8 West Easterly ap- pr-viding for the construction of a road to viously advertised. within the County of Gulf and State ofl TOTA ..... ............. 2 70
there was a motion by Comm. Cooper, see- pro.amately 3400 feet, which has been connect with a rad to be constructed by 1 After further discussion, Commissioner *Florida, on the first day of January 1940, GENERAL FUND-PEST CONTROL T.NER.L ....... 22 .0
,nied by Comm. Tharpe and unanimously surveyed and located by the State Road De- Gulf County running from the Dead Lakes Strickland made a motion to make up a !as follows: AUGUST 1960 JULY 19, 1960
arrived that the plan be approved and adopt- apartment as shown by a map on file in the Bridge to Kentucky Landing. After discus- new hu,udet with an item of $600.00 salary General Fund .............. 6.8 Mills Burgman Sup. Co., Parts and Sup. .. 53.82 J L. H1 n S. ..1 ..... s.
,i, -.d that the following resolution be office of the Clerk of th eCircuit Court of sIaO there was a motion by Commissioner -for i1, c- ,il Claims Court and have same Road and Bridge Fund ...... 8.6 Mlls 'Burford-Toothaker Trec., ...... 18.46 R.y alary pe ti....... 6
REOopU-ej: said County, and in the office of the said Strickland, seconded by Commissioner Coop- advertised for a public hearing. Motion see- Fine and Forfeiture Fund .... 3.0 Mills Bildwel Supply Co., ......... 56.93 G ( Co pt irea .. .... .
u lL.J RESOLUTION m Department at Tallahassee, and er and unanimously carried that this Board onded by Commissioner Tharpe. Upon vote, Florida Stat eBoard of Health 1.0 Mills M. D. Moody & Sons, Inc., .... 199.85 (Continued On Page 6)
VIILI':L '. ti,. political, economic, and WHEREAS, the said Department will not ..
.lr.i ,.-,-,r,n of the world powers begin construction of said portion of said
are at hostile variance, and Section in Said County until title to all
WHEREAS, a coalition of political enti- land necessary for said portion of said see- ..
ties opposed to the principles and policies tion has been conveyed to or vested in said /
espoused by the free nations of the world State by said County, and said lands are
has miebarked in open hostility upon a cam- physically cleared of all occupants, tneanms, .'
raign to eliminate from political dogma fences, buildings and/or other structures.
.,I, Ir., ,.,p, l:s and policies, and and improvements upon or encroaching with- I -- ';'
WIIfHRt..1'i, the United States of America in the limits of the land required for said 0,. .. .A "
occupies I,--- of prominence among portion of said Section; and
the free nal.o,... .-,i the world so threatened, i WHEREAS, the said County is financially "d5!..^f .
and economic advantages, as daily prac- unable at this time to provide the neces- [ -.
ticed by our adversaries, may momnetarily sasy funds to acquire said rights of way, ., .
give way to violent force, and bcrrow pits and easements; now therefore,"A -.' .
WHEREAS, our adversaries possess the b. i: It '' 1-
meansa for inflicting extensive damage and RESOLVED, that the State Road Depart-
suffering upon the continental United rent of Florida be and it is hereby re-
States, for which no adequate bloc khas yet quested to pay for the rights of way, bor-'
been devised, and row pits and easements for said road, in- I' ,
WHERtEAS, r.-cy.s.ry and survival of the eluding the removal of buildings, fences %A
rat'Onl IA ,A-:l...r,.n. upon comprehensive and other structures and improvements
planning to u r.--t.r'.. and sustain life, to thereon, and for other expenses of ac quir-
perpetuate i .i... r... government, and to ing title to said rights of way, borrow pits
restore order, and and easements by purchase or condemnation,
WIIEIRAS, the United States of Ameri- from such funds and under such conditions <'. ,
ca and the State of Florida have each pro- as are set out in the contract hereto attach-
mulgated laws and plans for the mobiliza- ed; and be it further
tion of Civil forces, conservation of re- RESOLVED, that said County, through its / ,
sources, and coordination of efforts to pro- Board of Coucry Commissioners comply
tect life and property and with the request of said Department and
WHEIREAS, the Civil Defense Council of procure, convey, or vest in said State the
Gulf County has proposed an Operational free, clear and unencumbered title to all
Survival plan anticipating enemy attack, lands necessary for said portion of said
which plan is d-0-1l A-i.q f 0, 1. C and Section, and deliver to the State Road De-
in confonnity .ih, r ... .ti -Sur- of --I. apartment said lands physIcally clear of all
State of Florid. ,,r.rr0piarstrg .- adop- occupants, tenants, fences, buildings and/or
tion of such plrs. as il f.,urt., of the other structures and improvements situate .
State. upon or encroaching within the limits of \
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED the lands required for said portion of said \S .
by the Board of County Commissioners, in Section, and that the Chairman and the v /
regular session assembled, at the Court of Clerk of this Board be and they are hereby ,
Gulf shall, and does hereby confirm and authorized and directed to execute and de- ./ j ""
adopt the said opreational survival plan liver on behalf of said County to said De- .-' -
I 5 ,,. ... .
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301 Williams Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida
PHONE BAllI 7-7741
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Garrison at 20th
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:45 P.M.
Prayer Service (Thursday) -.--- 7:45 P.M.
Air Conditioned for your Comfort
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
S. ....... .. .. .. -
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Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:15 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave'. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:80 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 8:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:80 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
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VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
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JUST RIGHT FOR BACK
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$3.98 to $12.98
Ladies and Misses
F M ,i"' fes
All nationally advertised and
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1 Lot Lovely Rge. 69c Value
DRIP DRY FALL PRINTS
39 c yard
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Girl's Back to School
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$1098 to $1889
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Boys' Tom Sawyer, Long. Sleeve
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Men's Large Selection
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Men's 13% Oz.
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I Lot Mn's Short Sleeve
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Sizes 12Y2 to 3
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do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
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.
Oliver Harper Beginning Medical
Studies At Miami University Med School
From the Miami News
A young Floridian who will be-
gin his studies 'this fall at the Uni-
versity of Miami Medical School
may one day become the Dr. Albert
Sweltzer to the sick and needy 'of
another age and generation.
He is Oliver Harper of Port St.
Joe who plans to go as a foreign
missionary after the completion of
his training and internship.
. Already he is poreing over medi-
cal journals and making laboratory
tests although the fall session of
the school won't open or some
Every day he spends a good
portion of his time at the Veter-
ans Hospital laboratory in Coral
Gables or at Jackson Memorial,
getting a Jump on students who
will come on later. In his spare
moments he studies the Bible
and reads books of a religious
Oliver, who is 21, first felt a call
to the ministry when e was only
16, and in high school. The samie
year he began teaching at his home
church, White City Baptist. It was
here. too, that he was licensed to
preach in 1956.
Since that time, he has preached
some 150 times at churches in Ala-
bamn. Meississippi and North Flor-
WlhHe in high school he paraici-
pated in various 'sports, particularly
football, sang with the choral
group and 'was graduated with
Buit St-was not until after he left
hligh school that tihngs began to
happen -which shaped ithe course of
"As a member of a family of
four children I began to wonder
how I was going to get the mon-
ey to go to college," he said re-
c4llIng this phase of his life. "Al-
though my mother was sympathe-
tic to my plans to preach, my fa-
ther wasn't. He wanted me to
help him in his business.
"But the Lord provided the
means," he disclosed. "I worked at
odd -times as a fishing guide and
frequently took out two men from
Doithan, Ala. One day they asked
me -what I planned to do. When I
told them I wanted to go to college,
they suggested Howard College in
Birningham and offered to pay
[part of my expenses. I got a three-
year scholarship from the Port St.
Joe Paper Co., which supplied the
This -spring Oliver received his
tB.S. degree from Howard.
When, he sails away one day
some six years hence, to take up
his life -work in Indonesia or Kenya
Colony or wherever the Lord di-
rects hian, h will not go aloale. He
'will have God's guidance and a
He will be married next year
to Miss Virginia Nethery of War-
rior, Ala., who will graduate in
July from .Jacksonville State
College at Jacksonville, Ala.
While he pursues his studies at
the meidcal school, she plans to
teach in Miami schools.
"God has been good to me", O11-
ver said, looking back over his
past. "I only hope and pray I can
'be the servant He expects of me
i the years to come."
CARD OF THANKS
We wish. to take this means to
iexproies our islc~eri appirecialihn
for your prayers, oral offerings,
and many other expressionsa o sym-
pathy during the illness and death
of our mother and grandmother.
May od's richest blessings be
Upon each of you.
Mrs. Eileen Wilson and family
Mr. and Mrs. Bloxlham Briinman
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brigman
Mr. and Mrs. Durel Brigmana
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Two decade ago, it took an average of 3 months
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of pneumonia. Today, a cas eof pneumonia is
cured at home -- with drugs tha tcost an average
of only 5 hours' wages. That's just one of the
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Por iS't. Joe? Apalachmtola? Blountstown?
Wewalhitclha? Panama City?
It Is indeked .a pleasure to informn you that YOU are .the lucky
winner of tfle gift certificate in tthe amount of $10.00 given
away today iby FRAYNE 'SPORTSWEAR, Tampa and THE
This gift certificate may be used to purchase or on the
purchase ... of any item manufactured. by FRAYNE
S-The customers of THE BUNGALOW SHOP certainly go for
the sportswear bearing the label FRAYNE! A few of the
unarny eompliiments paid this maniuioturer are on the ad-
justaible -watst; the 'easy alter features; the cut of 'the alim
jim's and ,the .shorts; the way that even BLACK can ye lanm-
idered over aid lover and not fade; and the PRICE! Yes, he
workmanship, the quality, the price, and' last but not least,
th'e label, "FRAYNE" cannot be beat!
Yours very truly,
THE BUNGALOW SHOP
(Mrs.) Jane Lapeyronuse
CC: FRAYNE SPORTSWEAR
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(Continued From Pge 3) I: 0. Harden, Sr., .......... 188.00 B, E.. mpio ..........,i. 112.84 i y E. Green, Compt., Retire. .... 16.9 Oubie R. Laird, .............. 150.20
ntnue trkland .........,. 186.00 Veto NIchols, r- -,,g a.,,,. 101.40 Gulf Co. S a Acet., Soc. See. ....... 12.73 Mrs. G. Rish, .............. 80.20
Gulf Co. S 8 Acct., Soc. Sec ... 1.77 S. Croxton ....... 18.oo00 Sanford Armatrong "- ........ .11. I ROAD & BRIDGE FUND Eimer Nunery, ............. 120...7
TOTAL .................. 9.00 Coleman W. Tharpe, ........... 1709.0 R. F. Knowles, Jr., ...... 111.40 JULY 1, 2960 Max Kilbourn, ................. 47.9
GENERAL FUND Evelyn Pate ...... 43.20 R, K. Strickland, ........... .108.60 Lloyd Whitfield, Salar ....... 180.09 Betty G. Owens, ............. 0975
AUGUST 2, 1960 J. J. Hill .................. 46.50 Direc, Int. Rev., W/tax ........ 167.10 Charles Fortner, .............. 151.80 Evelyn Pate, .................. 43.20
W. B. Coppedge, Salary ......... 77.64 E. Clay Lewis, Jr............. 7,86 Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire 91.08 Perry S. Holley, ".. . .... 189.07 J. J. Hill, ............ . 4.50
. T. Morris, ............... 9689 W. L. Fitzpatrick, 8.8 Gulf Co. SS Acct., Soc Sec. .... .. 6833 Glenn Daniels, ............ 187.94 Direct. Int. Rev., W/tax .......... 41.10
. L. Harrison .... ..... 107.14 Robert L. McCrary .. 7.8 GENERAL FUND Alvie Kmp, .......... 149.90 ay Green, Compt., Retire. .... 20.50
. 0. Dykes ............ 109.74 i R Hunter .......... 0.00 AUGUST 1, 1960 Carl Lester, ... ..... 141.94 Gulf Co. SS Acct., Soc. Sec. ...... 10.83
Roy 0. Thare, .............. 109.72 David C. Gaskin, .. ... 155 00 Assoc. County Finance Officers, Exp. 17.50 J A. Hall, ............ 130.94 Profes Ins. Corp., Ins ............. 750
C. E. Daniell., .......1..... 1690 Direct. Int, Rev., W/tax ........ 74.40 Annie Hughes, Indigent ........ 10.00 J. H. Glass, .......... 142.00 |
-uline Sowers, .. ............ 26.500 Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire .... 62.50 I Bertha Thomas, Indigunt ........ 15.00 Jerry S nhe.r "............... 134.44 FINANCIAL REPORT FOR JULY 1960
Director It. Rev., W/ta ....... 54.40 Gulf Co. S Acct., Soc Sec. ....10.88 GENERAL FUND-PEST CONTROL I D bes, .............. 137.74 1960 GENERAL FUND
Ray E. Green, Compt., Reitre .... 31.30 Priofes. Ins. Corp., Ins. ........ 49.00 I JULY 19. 1960 E. C. (.ampion, .............. 113.98 7-1 Book Balance ............ 39,024.25
Gulf County SS Acct., Soc. Sec. .... 28.47 ROAD & BRIDGE FUND James F. Whitfield, Salary ...... 116.86 Veto Nichols, ...........110.70 7-1 Deposit ................... 11.25
Proe Ins. Corp, In .......... 13.0 AUGUST 1, 1960 F. Sellers ............ 124.29 Sanford Armstrong, .......... 112.94 7-5 Warrants ................ 449.20
Hansel Norris, Salary ............29.50 0.9 O. Dykes, .. .............. 110.33 R. Knowles, Jr., ............ 98 40 17-7 Deposit .................... 40.37
Lloyd Whitfield, Salary ....... .184.59 Direct Int. Rev., W/tax .......... 11.30 K. Stricklan, ......... 102.45 7-12 Warrants .............. 2,079.12
GENERAL FUND Charles Fortner, "... ..... 156.78 Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire ...... 15.52 Direct. Int. Rev., W/tax ........ 191.80 7-15 Warrants ................ 950.00
AUGUST 1, 1960 Perry S. Holley, ... .....136.25 Gulf Co. S S Acct., Soc. Sec. ...... 9.70 Ray B. Green, Compt., Retire .... 97.67 7-19 Deposits ............... 59.70
George Y. Core Salary .......... 12.50 Gnen Daniels, .............. 135 52 GENERAL FUND Gulf o. S S Act., Soc. Se ... 73 23 7-19 Warrants ................ 483.20
Gbie R. Laird,"...............150.20 lvie Kemp, "............... 148.22 GENERAL FUND
Crbia La. irdi, ........ 0.20 Alie Kemp, 143.220 JULY 19. 1960 rofes. In op., In .......... 94.28 7-1 Book Balance ............ 35,174.05
Mrs. 0. G. Rish, ...... ........ 8....... y 80.20 a l Lester c.. 11910. anarpe, Salary .......... 73.20 GENERAL-PEST FUND
mer Nunery, ............. 120.7 J A. Hall, "........ .. 125.52 W. B. Coppedge, Salary .......... 88.77 7-1 Book Balance .............. 790.50
Max W. Kilbourn, .............. 47.00 J. H. Glass, ........... 182.31 S. T. Morris, ........ 107.14 GENERAL FUTD 7-5 Warrants ................. 412.00
Betty O. Owens ............ 69.75 Jerry Suber. 1................ 133.41 0. E. Daniell, ................ 159.60 JULY 15, 1960 7-12 Warrants ................ 889.53
George W. Cooper, ............ 188.00 L. D. Hughes, .... ...... 1388 41 Direct. Int. Rev., W/tax ........ 89.00 George Y. Core, Salary ........ 312.50 7-19 Deposits .............. 1,883.99
7-19 Warrants ................ 388.00
-_" 8-1 Book Balance .............. 8485
FINE & FORFEITURE FUND
See the Chevy Mystery Show in color Sundays, NBC-TV __ 7-1 Book Bsalance............ 37,442.20
--7-1 Warrants ............... 4,673.00
7-11 Deposit ................ 1,831.90
7-12 Warrants ................ 761.56
7-1 Book Balance ............ 84,693.11
ROAD & BRIDGE FUND
1: A 2I 71 Book balance ............... 8,265.78
"These tr1ails 87-6 Deposit.................25,0(00.00
S76 Deposit-Gas Tax ........ 4,607.55
7-8 Deposit-Gas Tax ........ 5,192.12
7-12 Warrants .............. 2,619 64
w ould shake 7-15 Warrants..............2,514.02
11 8-1 Book balance .......... 26,400.25
HEALTH CENTER I & S FUND
7-1 Book balance ............ 28,750.00
7-12 Warrants .............. 10,250.00
h ,' c b o 7-1 Book balance ..............13,500.00
CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND
n7-1y Book balance ............ 24,88.00
.7-1 Book balancr..............24,833.00
7-1 Book balance ..............500.00
8-1 Book balance ............... 500.00
SST. JOE FIRE DISTRICT
B'S 7-1 Book balance ............. 779.82
tru7-1 ook balance .............. 779.
.o.. nt ur Chey" For Job Printing It's
Few trucks are subjected to the
-_ _', +.-:' o body-wracking beatings that are THE STAR
part of a day's work for thisPhone 73161
Chevrolet Series 60 pulpwoodP n
,- hauler. It's owned by 1. E. Fox,
L .7j T L 7-- ---- __
North Carolina logging contrac-
tor. As Bobby Fox, a partner in
the business says, "Loaded with
pulpwood, we drive over stumps
and potholes you'd think would
tear the truck to pieces. These
trails would shake the cab off an
ordinary truck, but not our
Chevy. We can average an extra
load a day make $45 to $50
a day more with this Chevy than
we can with the others."
In every weight class these Chevies
are doing more work at less ex-
pense than trucks have ever done
before. Drive one at your Chevro-
let dealer's. It's an experience that
could pay you big dividends.
"That 6-cylinder engine really per-
forms," says B&bby Fox. "It's got the
lugging power we need in the woods
and walks right along with a full load
on the highway."
ORTH MORE BEAUE THEY" M OE CHEVROLET STURDIBILT TRUCKS
Trade nczv during your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's Truck Value Roundup!
FLOYD CHEVROLET COMPANY
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
401 WILLIAMS AVENUE
Electric air conditioning costs less than you
think. See your dealer for a free estimate. And
remember, electric appliances are flameless
and automatic there's no worry, no work!
lORIDA POWER CORPORATION
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Phone NEwton 9-4383, Collect Wewahitchka, Fla.
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Sizes 3 through 14
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S Classics Bulks*
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4 for $1.00
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at The Bungalow Shop
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
1010 PALM BOULEVARD
SALE STARTS THURSDAY, AUGUST 18
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TERRY SPORTSWEAR FLUFFY RUFFING MFG. CO.
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234 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe
FOR RENT: Gulf Service Station.
Apply at St Joe Motor Co. Port
St. Joe, Fla. tfc-4-14
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished apart-
TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191
OPEN DAILY, 2:48 P.IM.
SATURDAY. 12:45 P.M.
ments. Cool da summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans.
They have to be seen to be appre-
ciated. Also mice Trailer parking
zEace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9138. Wi-
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail-
er Park, White City. tfc-6-2
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Call Mrs. Paul Farmer, BAll
FOR RENT: Smaft 3 bedroom
house on First St. Contact Ohris
Martin at BAll 7-4051. tfc-7-14
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom furnished
house. 108 Iola St., Oalk Grove.
Call 7-3014. -tfc-7-28
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed apartment, upstairs. Water
furnished. $35.00 mo. Phone 7-8642,
inquire at 1904'Garrison Ave. tfc
FOR RENT: Small furnished' aip-
eartment. Dinaing-bedroom, kitchen
and bath. Phone 9-1301. USp
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment.
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
Belting Songs and Fun
S.' .- -
with FRED CLARK
EDDIE FOY, JR.* JEAN STAPLETON
Wed., Thursday and Friday
HERE IS THE TRUTH
OF WHAT HAPPENED
WHEN THE ENEMY
CLEARED OUT! '
Livingw-dlnng, kutobenette, bath. FOR SALEI Antiques, S-piece (F YOU ARE INTERESTBp ia nIAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 THERE WILL BE a regular oar
4 m1. out on Hiway 80. Phone 7-5065 'black walnut marble top bedroom saving money see us for anything hour. Cut your lawn and let me munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
or see B. L. Presnell. tfc-8-4 suite. 1 8-pc. dining room suite. you need in your bome. STOP and worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf No. 111, F&AM every first and
SURPLUS SALES of PORT ST. SWAP SHOP. Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- 'third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished JOE. 112 Monument, Phone 7-4051 son, Phone 7-7501.
apartment. Highland View. Phone ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners
7-5971. te-8-12 FOR SALE: Morris 1000, '59 mo- and floor polishers. Sales and SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
del. See to 'appreciate. In perfect service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Mc- 0. F.-Meets second and fourth ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M.
FOR RENT: 3 unfurnished houses condition. Sell equity or trade for Clellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone Thursdays, 7:30 p.m in American POPE FENDLEY Sec
at St. Joe Beach. 1 3-bedroom larger car. Braxton Ward. Phone region Hall. All members urged to All Master Masons cordially
and 2 2-bedroom. See I. W. Duren 7-3316. tfc-8-18 FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser attend. Bernard Prideon
or phone 7-3171 or 7-5511. tfc-8-12 FOR SALE: 25' board boat with with 65 hip motor. Sleeps two, Secretary: Theo Bishop
Chevrolet engine. .Marine trans. head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy
FOR SALE: At Mexico Beach, 2 mission. Phone 7-7911. 4tp-8-18 Gibson or call BAll 7-5771. R. A. M-Regular convocation of
bedroom house. Nice work shop, St.Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. Kigsberry Homes
large carport. Ceramic top double FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet, 6-cy-. WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, I .,2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
sink, plenty of cupboards. Phone auto. shift. Radio and heater. THE AMERUIAN LEGION. Meet. ing brothers welcome. -
648-4122, Mrs. Buckloh. tec-8-12 Puy equity and assume payments. ing first and third Thursday nights David H. Jones, High Priest. On Page
FOR SALE: House on two 50x150 Phone 7-7546. 8:00 p.m., American Legion Home. Joel Lovett, Secretary
lots. Owner leaving for school.
Pay owners equity and assume pay-
ments. Excellent buy at only $4225.
See at White City or call Preston
VWingate at 9-2421. ltp
FOR SALE: Lots in Jonesville, 75x
239 or lots 158x239. Cash or on
time. Sarah Sheffield, 529 4th St.,
Port St. Joe. 4tp-8-12
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 2
yaers old. Call Mark Frimodig,
phone 7-8786. tfc-8-12
FOR AVON PRODUCTS call Mrs.
L. Z. Henderson at BAll 7-3014.
CHAIN LINK FENCE: For free
estimate call C. W. Long. BAll
320 acres of woodland. 4 miles
South of Wewahitchka. Planted
with pines, 3 years old. Priced for
-3 acres of waterfront property
located on Creek that flows into
Ideal for fish camp or retirement
-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. 6Y%
years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal-
ance on VA mortgage at $57.00
-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
-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
3C1 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe
FOR SALE: Beach property at St.
Joe Beach. Three furnished cot-
tages on four lots. One lot on cor-
ner. Separately or as unit. Call
New concrete block three bed-
room house with large screened,
porch eand carport. Spacious jjiving
area. Total price only $10,000.
A two 'bedroom cottage on front
lot at Mexico Beach. Completely
furnished. Only $10,000. Lot alone
is valued at $5,000.
Three bedroom frame house on
Eighth Street 'on 1% lots'. Priced at
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY
221 Reid Ave. Phone BAII 7-3491
MOVING AND STORAGE 'across
town or across the nation. Ag-
enfds for Mayflower. Gall us or see
us for free estimates. SURPLUS
SALES of PORT ST. JOE, 112 Mon-
ument Ave. Phone 7-4051. 4tc-8-18
FOR SALE: 7-room home, 2 baths
and 2-unit apartment 'building on
lwage corner 'lot. Convenient to
school. Write box 279, Port St. Joe.
FOR SALE: 1960 Rambler. $150.00
and take up, payments. Call
Concrete block hiousie lat Mexico
Beach on highway 98. Completely
furn',sihed. Only 10% down and
$75 00 per month on unpaid 'bal.
Frame house with asbestos sid-
ing. Selling furnished; for $7.750.
Only $600.00 down 'and $5.'.i per-r
month on unpaid balance.
deal building lots 'at Mexico
Beach and St. Joe Beach. Highway
front lots at Mexico Beach. Terma
are available on all lots. Some as
low as 10% down.
Call us for your every real estate
COASTAL REALTY CO.
116 Mon. Ave. Ph. 7-4051
Wm. J. Rish, Reg. Broker
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
I, John H. Cumbie, will not be
held responsible for debts except
that of rmy own. John H. Cumbie.
FOR YOUR WATKINS Products
needs call 9-1195 or write W. L.
Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service, tfe
LATEX HOUSE PAINT
FOR ALL EXTERIOR SURFACES
* WOOD CLAPBOARDS, SHINGLES and SHAKES
ASBESTOS-CEMENT SHINGLES and SIDING
CINDER BLOCK CONCRETE
20 COLORSa GALLON
and White $ 5 ,
BILDWEL Supply Co.
Phone BA1l 7-4156
414-16 Reid Ave.
W iSWI N _I._ m-- Wi I FN IOR SALE: 12' runabout skliff
i- iW O M N with windshield, controls 'and
RICHARD TODD BETSY DRAKE VAN HEFLIN SILVANA MANGANO steering wheel. Pair condition.
RIHARDuT D VERA MILES BARBARA BEL GEDDES $115.00 cash. Call Clyde White,
A..^OUN O7-7721. 2tc-8-18
S Have your worn tires
RecappingS ecialis, Recapped here with
GATES cold rubber.
GULF COUNTY'S LARGEST TIRE DEALER
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
Phones BAll 9-1291 and 9-1221
Nothing to buy!
"Dependable, clean, and efficient." This is a brief but
accurate description of Warrengas-the concentrated fuel.
But you can describe Warrengas fuel even better-and
you have up to 25 words to do it! And a chance to win a
winter's supply of Warrengas fuel!
SNo cost to enter-no obligation. Here's how-and
Tips to help you win
* There just isn't any fuel cleaner, more modern than
Warrengas, the concentrated fuel. It's healthful, even
heat-no fumes, soot or oily film to cling to walls, wood-
work and curtains.
* To heat with Warrengas fuel for a whole winter, simply
light your automatic heater, turn one knob, set one dial
-and forget it.
* Also, Warrengas gives you oceans of hot water because
modern gas water heaters deliver three times as much
1600 F. hot water as the larger electric water heaters.
* All these advantages can be yours with Warrengas wher-
ever you live. You have your own fuel supply to keep
you snug and happy, even in "lines down" weather. MAIL YOUR ENTRY BLANK TODAY!
It costs only pennies a day to heat with Warrengas.
There's no better way to enjoy clean, healthful, auto- I I I .I I I I m I II
matic heating without fuss or muss. GENTLEMEN:
If you think Warrengas is LP-Gas, bottled gas, propane I This is my entry in the Warrengas "Home
or butane, you're almost right. The difference is the Heating Contest":
guaranteed quality, purity and dependability of Warren- wt
gas, the concentrated fuel. would like to heat my home with WarrengasI
No other kind of fuel will heat your home, cook your
meals, heat your water, dry your clothes, burn your because
garbage, warm baby chicks, and power your tractor. I
Why should anyone use anything but Warrengas, the I
(A separate sheet of paper may be attached if you desire.) I
,. L.ar'by dependable Warrengas distributor is MY NAME:
Fr MY ADDRESS:
West Florida oI
WARRENGAS DISTRIBUTOR'S NAME-
!AS & FUEL CO., Inc. I O
7-4291 418 Reid Ave. MAIL TO: THE MILTON CO., P. 0. BOX 390, OKMULGEE, OKLAHOMA I
iimmmnim .i .n .. .. I ... m
OFFICIAL CONTEST RULES
1. Complete this sentence, "I would like to heat my
home with Warrengas fuel, because .." in 25 words
or less. If the rest of the family wants to help you-
fine. But only one entry per family.
2. Obtain ati official entry blank from your Warrengas
distributor, or clip and use the one below. Before mid-
night October 22, 1960, mail to The Milton Co., P. 0.
Box 390, Okmulgee, Oklahoma, the official contest
3. The decision of the official judges will be final. Entries
will be judged on the basis of originally, sincerity and
aptness of thought. All entries become the property of
Warren Petroleum Corporation, produ;ars of Warren-
gas fuel, and none can be returned. Incomplete or
illegible entries will not be considered.
4. A sealed envelope containing the name of the winner
will be opened on Nov. 5, 1960. Everyone is invited to
attend the official announcement of the winner's name.
5. The winner will receive enough Warrengaa fuel to heat
his home for six (6) months (October, 1960 through
March, 1961). Because home heatire requirements
vary, all contestants agree to accept our estimate of the
gallonage required to heat an average home in thia area.
6. This contest is subject to all Federal, state and local
regulations and is open to any adult resident of the
continental United States, except those employed by
Warren Petroleum Corporation, its branded distribu-
tors, its advertising agencies, and members of their
families. The prize is not transferable.
223-25 Monument Ave.
Don't Ask P. 0. Forris Bryait of Ocala Wil Head dme TAR, "" "
For Addresses March of Dimes still must aid po-
For Addresses Florida's March of Dimes Drive ',o o s.. otA. f e, T.h
SBo patients, support its famedd vtous
When you want to find the ad- research, program and campaign,
n yo w t ivte' fd- or universal vaccination," the
dress of a friend or relative with C. Farris Bryant, Dam-crat'c year, to head the sta~ ',s camp tag t getae chairman said.
whom you have lost contact, or a Gabernatorial Nominee for Gover. against birth defects, arthritis ana The state chairman will assist
person who owes you money, or a nor of Florida, will again le.d ",olio was announced this weec by -county campaign directors i car-
good prospect for a business pro- Florida volunteers in the New Basil O.Connor, President ott yadito c the a a
position, do you call the post office? March of Dimes next January. INational Foundation. se fort anarhe traditinl compel,
Ntnl.dtnset for January 2-31, in each corn-
If so ,the following information The reappointment, for a fourth "The New Maroh Dof Dimes has nity in the state. He will e as-
Scan save time and trouble for 'both --- come to symbolize a compassion. sister by three ssoite Ste
you and your postmaster. sister by three Associate State
iyou s desired, patrons must submit e way to gie help and courage Chairmen to 'be named by Mr. Bry-
Postal service regulations prohi- typewritten or printed lists on 3" to the stricken and to make the ant at a later date.
bit specifically the giving of infor- x 5" cards to the post office which world a safe and happy pl ce for --
mation about addresses, either cur- serves the address, one name and children," Mr. O'Connor said.
rent or former, to the general pub- address to a card. The owner's "Practically. speaking, The Na- Huston Ramsey Feted
lic. Contrary to individual belief, name and address must appear in tonal Foundation is seeking total 21t I
post offices do not maintain direc- the upper left-hand corner of each control of paralytic polio through On 21st Bir duay
stories of those they serve. The only card. Names to which mail cannot I use of the Salk vaccine and is also -
records of addresses any post of- 'be de-'r-ered or forwarded will be mIoving in 'a 'direction which it Iful- Mrs. H.uston Ramsey of 519 rhird
fice keeps are the written changes crossed off: incorrect house, rural, ly believes will lead to eventual St., entertained with a birthday
)of address 'submitted by patrons or .post -office 'box numbers will be control of birth 'defects and arthri- party August 16 from 8 to 1,0 p.m.
when they move. These are kept corrected. Numbers representing t, honoring her husband on his 21,si.
for a maximum of two years. incorrect 'or non-existent 'street ad- "We are confident that under -birthday.
"There is, however, a legitimate dresses -will be crossed off, but the Iead'ership of Mr. Bryant, the Tihe beautiful birthday cake wa's
,and, effective means of obtaining a numbers will not be changed 'or people of Florida will continue to trihnmed in yellow and chocolatet.
1v former address," says Postmaster added. The minimum charge for support better health for their Huston ,opened his many gifts for
Chauncey Costin. "That is iby send- each list corrected is one dollar. children and for themselves through his friendss 'to see. Mrs. Raasey was
ing a registered or certified letter For lists of more than 20 names the New March of Dimes," he said. assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Dewey
to a patron at his old address and or addresses, the charge is five In accepting the re-appointment, PPatterson in 'serving cake, ice
requesting the new address where cents per name or street 'address.' Mr: Bryant pointed to the vitally cream, small ham sandwiches and,
delivery is made. This costs a few Payments for this service -must ibe important objectives :of the 1961 punch to the couples sharing the
cents in addition- to the postage, made in advance iby cash or money New March of Dimes-prevention 'happy occasion with the honor
ibut usually isi a good investment." order. of birth 'defects, arthritis and polio. guest.
The post office also provides a Don't depend on the post office to "Birth defects axe the largest un- -
service for correcting mailing lists give information about either ipre- met childhood medical problem in Visiting Brother
used 'by concerns or persons for the sent or former customers. But do the United States -today. Arthritis Mrs. W. S. Smith will return
solicitation of business by mail. depend 'for help 'on mailing prob- is the number one crippler, disab- home this week end after visiting
This is 'done at the expense of the lems *of .all kinds 'by calling BAIl lliag more people than'any other her 'brother, Bill Coody and fam-
owners of the 'lists. If this service 7-7136. chronic disease. And the New ily in Birmingham, Ala.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 14th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY. IN CHANC-
ST. JOE LOAN COMPANY, INC.,
a Florida corporation,
GEORGE B. NEEL,
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice its hereby given that pur-
suant to final decree of foreclosure
entered in 'the case of ST. JOE
I OAN COMPANY, INC., plaintiff,
vs. GEORGE B. NEEL, defendant,
now pending in the Circuit Court
of Gulf .County, Florida, in chan-
cery, I, George Y. Core, Clerk of
said Court, will on August 29, 1960,
at 10:00 o'clock A.M., Central Stan-
dard' Time 'at the front door of ithe
Gulf County Courthouse, Wewa-
hitchka, Florida, sell at public sale
property 'described as follows:
One (1) 1954 2-door Ford automno-
bile, 6Scylinder, Model 70B, Iden-
itification Number A4BG113580.
Dated this 17th day of August,
A. D. 1960.
/a/ GEORGE Y.' CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 14bh JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY, IN CHANC-
ERY. NO. 1894.
ST. JOE LOAN COMPANY, INC.,
a Florida corporation,
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby 'given that pur-
suant to final 'decree of foreclosure
entered in the case of ST. JOE
LOAN COMPANY, INC., plaimnitff,
vs. GEORGE GANNIE, defendant,
now pending -in the Circuit Court
of Gulf County, Florida, in' chan-
cery, I, George Y. Core, Clerk of
said Court, will on1 August 29, 1960,
at 10:00 o'clock A.M., Central Stan-
dard Time at the front door of the
Gulf County Courthouse, Wewahit-
chka, Florida, sell at public pale
property described' as follows:
One (1) Frigidaire Refrigerator,
Serial No. 89A34602,
One (1) Steel Electric Guitar,
I One (1) Singer Sewing Machine,
One (1) Studebaker pick-up truck
Dated this 171th day of August,
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of Circuit Court
'his a ou your printr in a i of quallt-
hi ( oe your pr4Itd iia uign of quality
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