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,-ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1957
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by WESL-EY R. RAMSEY
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We've got relatives visiting at
our house. The wife's sister and
family. They have a bunch o0 kids,
too. Seems a lot of kids runs in
That's the in-law family we're
speaking of. My side only had five
boys, so you can't say the Ramsey
side runs to big families.
Anyhow, the relatives came Sun-
day night. Since we have just
enough room out at "Ramsey Acres"
to accommodate the Ramseys, it
became necessary to seek larger
quarters. So the Ramseys and
the Holts pooled their resources
and headed to the beach for a week.
We've listened with doubting
ears to these people here in town
lucky enough to own a "summer
home" at the beach brag about
how much cooler it is out there.
,Being something of a pessimist,
we figured all those "rich ones" in
town with a beach cottage were
just trying to fool themselves into
believing that the beach was cooler
han town, and they weren't too
crazy for having spent that money
for their cottage. You know, when
a person buys something foolish,
he can usually justify his actions.
-But we have found out that they
are so right. That is fine sleeping
out there with a small gale blowing
through the house at all times.
There's only one disagreeable fac-
tor about moving to the beach for
a week-and that's the moving.
It's pack the clothes, food, bed-
ding, barbecue grill, ice cream free-
zer, and half the iteiu. in the house
and then try to remember to bring
them all back.
And then there's still the dis-
agreeable task of my driving in to
work everyday instead of -relaxing
on the porch with the rest of the
family and the company on the
front por h in 1he ocean breeze.
i'.- '" *]n"'i noI rotting a vaca-
ton until everybody else starts
But you readers can just make
up your minds, to live for two weeks
with your former editor next year
(if we can coax him out of retire-
ment for that long) and we are
going to take our first vacation.
Can't afford one this year, but
maybe so next year.
An early edition Is the hardest
thing in the world to get out be-
cause nothing ever happens until
Tuesday or after."
We know we'll scoop the radio
station on this little bit: Gus
Creech is getting his teeth pulled
out. He's been "gumming" since
last week on his lower jaw bone.
Gus didn't say how long it took
him to make up his mind to have
Babe Ruth Schedule
The concentration of vacations in
Port St. Joe this week has played
havoc with the Babe Ruth League
schedule. Due to a shortage of play-
ers, the Corvettes were forced to
forfeit their game to the Landcoe
Thursday of last week.
Friday of last week the Lions
and Legion game was postponed
due to vacations. The Lions played
the Landcos in a make-up game.
The Landcos won the game 8-2.
Bob Munn was the winning pitched
and credited himself with eleven
strike-outs. The losing pitcher was
Box Score -R H
Landcos 8 8
Lions 2 3
The leading hitter of the game
was Johnnie Price with three hits
for four trips to the plate.
Monday, July 1 the Legion and
the Corvettes battled to a four-four
tie before the game was called be
cause of lateness. This game will
be completed at a later date.
Visitors From Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Holt and
children of Warner Robins, Ga.,
are spending this week with Mr.
and Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey and
Big 'Doings' Will Celebrate
All-Star The Spirit 76-Inde
Ball Games 'o.Ine.y
The two top teams have emerged "
in the Little Boys' Baseball League
and the All Stars have been chosen ...
for the All Star game to be played
on July 4. --
In the American League the game .
will be played at.five o'clock in the -,- "
afternoon and the top team is the '.'
Sockys having won nine and lost ,... ,. ";.-
four. Their opponents will be an ,
All Star team chosen from five
members of the three opposing
teams. These All Stars were cho-
sen by their team managers and T. 0
are as follows: .
Ellis Stevens, George Kilboorne,
Jr., John Scott, Roddy Bowdoin
and Charles Zirmmerman.
Dozers y R-_
Curtis Johnson, Clifton Johnson, .
Dennis Wayne Whitfield, Ray Ram-
sey and Billy Antley.
Jimmy Burns, Carl Zimmerhian,
David Money, Tom Buttram and
The team roster of the Sockys
is as follows: Bob Bracewell, Frank
Sarver, Joe Garcia, Michael Car-q
bonneau; Doyle Conger, Charles
Gibson, Rodney Herring, Jerry
Wynn, Wayne Braxton, Delwyn
Corbitt, David Dickey, Johnnie
Maddox, John Shlrah, Freddie Wise .
and David Mlacomber. -
Due to the fact that some of the
original team of the Sucky. aire ,un "
vacation they havie tuee alternIaLes
who, according to the manager,
will he eligible to play in their pa ci-
ab-ain. T these buJs are: Buddy
enningtou.Jerry Core and Wayne ..
O'Bryan.l S a ch se by ...
In the National League the All i' : .
Star Game will be played at eight
o'clock on July 4, The Krafties are
way out in front and will be the .
team to beat. The roster of the
Krafties is as follows: Earnest It took a lot of courage and vitality for our ancestor
Bryan, Chesley Feson. Harold with the most powerful nation in the world, and wiu
Keels, William Whaley, George of the same strength for our pioneers to break raw,
Williams, Clifford Wimberly, Har- plant crops and plan big cities! And we're still F
old I(4kand, Bob Craig, James individuals, a community, and as a nation In view
Chason, Lonnie Bell, Domnie Fitts, qi U e ed a t at the nd at a ation
Peter Fox, Claude Weston, Jake quite evident that the Spirit of '76 still goes onl
Belin and William Cathey.
A bp permits Now Necessary To Fish Rotary Club M
five All Stars chosen by the other
three teams in the National League Ti 16th Anniverso
which are the Rotary, Kiwanis andDead Lakes And its Tributory
Ford-Pontiac. D- Thursday marked t
The All Stars are as listed
T Fo heS'e a Beginning July 1, all persons anniversary of theI
FordPontacfishing in the Dead Lakes and Chi- lb to the day. In
George Boyer, Tommie Grimsley, pola River south of Scotts Ferry ion of the occasion, H
Eri Hammond, alle Evans and bridge, are required bylaw to pur- In program chairman,
DouglasHallmanchase a permit costing $1.25, except, osSwamp program on some of
Rotary all children under the age of 15 and of the club.'
Ronnie Tharpe, Herbert Gard- resident of Florida over the age CRit Garraway, formerly of this
and Lloyd Gardner., This p-ermit may be purchased and his ,a.1ts.- Beth spent Mon- was officially formed
Kiwanis at all pl-aces in Calhoun and Gulf day night on the lost list. 1941 at the old Port
Eugene Griffin, Blaine Tharpe, Counties where regular fishing li- Garraway and his family are tarian most responsib
Tony Maige, Robert well and cense are sold. spending a few weeks at their cot- nation of the club wa
Buddy Smith. .The proceeds from the purchase (age at Beacon Hill. Sunday. Mr. of Panama City, the
The boys in both of these leagues of these permits will be used as a Garraway bought a boat in P11- of the local organizat
are looking forward to this game matching fund to build a tumbler anla City. Monday, he and his was established wit
and a -big crowd is expected for dam across t lo,..- id'ha River at daughter, Beth went to Panama neembers:t oto And
both games. the mouth of the Dead Lakes. City to bring the boat back to Barke, Robert Bellow
Valuable gifts will be given away 'Permits are honored from date Highland View to his boat dock by lin, Cecil G. Costin,
at each of these games consisting of issue until the following June the Intra-Coastal Canal. On the way Creech, Louis Emerel
of one transistor radio, one spin- 30 of each year. up the Canal, something happened ney, J. Lamar Miller,
ning rod and reel and one grease State Wildlife Officersareas-to the steering mechanism of the Rfchard Porter, Georg
and oil change job from one of the Stating in seeing that each person as- t and Garraway was forced to Tomlinson, A. L.
local se vice stations. To windone has purchased a ermit pull over to the side of the canal. H. Wellington. Of th-
of these valuable gifts one does has purchased a permit. Garraway and his daughter left seven are still active
not have to be present. During 'William H. Linton. acting thair- the boat near the Farmdale com- the other eight having
these games, the Little Boys' Base- man of the Dead Lakes Manage- munity and went inland. The boat and resigned from th
ball League is accepting 50c donas ment District stated, "W'tn the c>- was sighted late Monday evening eight departed ones,
tions to provide funds for the'dis- operation of all people that enjoy by a helicopter but no sign was Bg. B. Conkln and Boes
triet Little Boys' Baseball League fishing in the Dead L'-':2 we may evident of Garraway and his daugh- Honorary Rotarians,
tournament which will beheld in be able to make the purchase of ter. Early Tuesday morning the signed due to il hee
Port St. Joe this year. these permits a temporm-s v thing, two were founl up in the woods now has a members
Everyone is urged to attend both I. is hoped this measure may only by P. G. Hart, J. B. Griffith and over twice its origin
of these fine games. be necessary for a short time." Quincy Hardy. It was noted in thi
The State of Florida ha.s appiop- Garraway and his daughter were first set of minutes
Golden Harvest Fund rated $100,000.00 to be ,t1" as a hardly none the worse for wear that Cecil G. Costin,
Now Up To $388.00 matching fund to constrict rhis save for a number of mosquito ber now most famou
tumbler dam. bites and a big thirst for a glass arrivals, had not yet
Warren K. Settlemire -was the < of water, first meeting when th
winner of the weekly Golden Har- Work Begins On St. Joe was signed in. Due
rhe Star Will Be Closed sion of willingness, to join the club,
All Day Thursday he was signed in absentia.
.- The first slate of officers of the
The Star, along with most of local club was A. L. Ward. presi-
the other businesses in town, will dent; T. V. Morris, vice-president;
be closed all day Thursday, July J. Lamar Miller, secretary and S.
4. If you need a mess of printing L. Barke, treasurer.
we will be back in the office Duing its lifetime, the club has
bright and early Friday morning, been the instigator in the formation
4 ..- of two other clubs, the one in Apa-
It pays to advertise try it! lachicola and a club in Wewahit-
vest award .last Saturday. But, alas,
he wasn't there, and so had to be
content with a $1.00 token check
sent as a compensation by the
S- Port St. Joe merchants conducting
Returns From Market the campaign.
John G. Blount, manager of the Another weekly attempt will be
St. Joe Furniture and Appliance made at giving away weekly prize
Company returned last week from money Saturday at 3:30 p.m. in
High Point, North Carolina where front of Fowhand Furniture Co.
he 'attended the furniture market. The jackpot Is now $388.00.
Public Health Unit
Work began this week on the new
Gulf County Hetrhb Clinic for Port
The building is being constructed
on the corner of Long Avenue and
Fourth Street. Tuesday of this week
the foundation had been marked
and measured off in preparation
for digging of the foundation.
The Fourth Here
LU HtaUCM IC1-. L 4 y)
s to fight a war
rn! It took a lot
virgin earth and
of all this, it i4
on June 27,
Inn. The Ro-
le for the for-
s B. S. Gordon
ion. The club
h 15 charter
person S. L.
s, B. B. Conk-
tt, Basil Ken-
, Ted Morris,
;e Tapper, M.
Ward and W.
e original 15,
in the club,
g died, moved
e club. Of the
b Bellows are
lth. The Club
ip of 31, just
e copy of the
of the club,
r1. 1.140 11jUL
sr., Lite merni-
s for his late
arrived at the
to his exprei--
Sikes Doesn't Like
Congressman Bob Sikes this week
strongly urged the United States
Weather Bureau to reconsider its
present policy of issuing "proba-
bility" reports on hurricanes. In
this he joined Congressman Haley
Guests of the club Thursday were
Swede Benson, Winter Park; Hen-
ry Stone, Apalachicola and Richard
Porter of Port St. Joe.
A big Fourth of July celebration
for Port St. Joe has been planned-
by the St. Joe Boat Club.
The Club has planned a big city-
wide fish fry for the dinner hour
Thursday to be held at the City
Park across from the Motel St. Joe.
Prior to the fish dinner a water
sports -exhibition will be put on in
the Bay for the enjoyment of the
At a directors meeting last Thurs-
day night, the Club completed plans
for the climax of their first annual;
Fishing Rodeo to be held in con-
nection with the Fourth celebra-
The days schedule is as follows:
10:00 a.m., Water skiing and boit
rides in St. Joseph Bay.
11:30 a.m., Invocation. Address
by Mayor Sharit, Address by Cham-
her of Commerce president, S. R.
12:00 noon, Fish Fry.
1:30 p.m. Award of prizes as a
result of the Fishing Rodeo.
The Boat Club has scheduled thei '
program so that it will be complete
by early afternoon so that everyone
can attend the Little Boys' Base-'
ball All-Star Games.
The Boy Scout Troops will be on
hand with cold drinks, peanuts;
popcorn, etc., and there will be or-
ganized games for the small fry.
All those interested in water al-
ing and water sports are urged to
be on hand early.
Ticket for the fish fry are $1.00
of .rW-v :k who pi.. 1 a....1 aJ
proteted t weather bureau practices.
Congressman Sikes pointed out
that he also is very much. concern-
ed over the manner in which alarms
are played up for days during' the
formation and tracking of a storm
and the resulting publicity given
to the reports-through the press.
television and radio stations. Sikes
stated, "Florida is becoming more
and more a summer resort and con-
siderable money is being expended
-by the Chambers of Commerce in
the state to promote the many out-
standing attractions in Florida
available to summer vacationers':
and while the residents of Florida
fully understand the hurricane pat-
terns and can readily interpret the
warnings forecast, this is not true
of out-of-state residents, particular.,
ly those in the northernmost
states". Sikes continued by saying,
"People Interested in coming to,
Florida for a summer vacation un-
doubtedly are influenced by the
alarming information noted in th'i
press -and over radio and television
about warnings of impending hurri-
canes well in advance of the time
(Continued On Page 6)
GAINESVILLE-Names of the 19
players who will comprise the
North and South squads for the
annual Florida high school All-Star
basketball game on Aug. 7, in
Florida Gymnasium here were an-
nounced this week.
Carey McDonald, executive se-
coaching clinic held at the Univer-
sity of Florida, listed the teams as
North squad, coached by Sam
Mitchell of Vernon, John Stanhb-
gen, 6-3, Pensacola; Willi'ord El-
liot, 6-2, Port St. Joe; Ken Lawsn.6
6-5. Perry: ames Carter. 6-2. Jack-
rotary of the Florida Athletic Coa- sonville Landon; Jim Kirkland, 6-6,
ches Association, sponsors of the 1 Jacksonville Jackson; ohn Priesler,
all-star basketball and football 6-1, Gainesville; Jim Scott, 5-9,
games, as. well as the high school Lake Weir; Bob. Connally, 6-2, De-'
....-- Land; Corbin Scott, 6-5, and Gene
S. ": Hudson, 6-3, both of Vernon.
South squad, coached by Joe Pi-
...'-a- gotten of Wildwood, Bob Balch, 6-0,
'- ,"' Miami Edison; Tom Proctor, 4-2.
Ft. Lauderdale; Bart Vindemark
6-6, Delray Beach Seacrest; Bill
S' Archer, 6-5, Melbourne; Frank Eth-
'; eridge, 6-3, Auburndale; Bob Sh-
ver, 6-2, Lakeland; Ed Holton. '-6.
." 'St. Petersburg Senior and Hirold
Mann, 6-0, Wildwood.
The players were selected for
the game by members of the coach-
es association from among the out-
Sstanding senior high school playE-r.
---- -'-- of the 1956-57 season, Both itan,;
WILLFORD ELLIOTT average nearly 6-3 in height.
Willford Eiliott Named To State Cage
All-Star Team For Northern Florida
NEWS Ff f'. Ala., wete ittets of M., and Mrs,
W. H, Weeks.
HighIland View Mrs. W..LJordan ad Miss SYl
NIE I 7465 via Jordan of New Orleans arrived
PHONE BAllR 7G4652 Monday to spend the week with
By MRS. EULA ROGERS MIr, and Mrs. W. H. Weeks.
Glenn Garrett, who is a student
is Barara Gay o Wewahich of Florida State University. Talla-
ka is visiting her sister and family assee spent the week end with his
Mr. and. Mrs. Jeff Duval. parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. W Gar-
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Adkins visited rett.
his mother and family last week, Langston o
Lynwood Langston of Panama
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Williams of Fort City visited Clinton Cox and fain-
Mr. and Mrs. Hosie Barfield i- ly Sunday afternoon.
ored to Nw OrlansMr. and Mrs. H. D. Hadock and
toured to New Orleans Thursday on children visited relatives last week
a sight seeing trip. -i wt, Mr and Mr .El.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Garrett and
son Glen visited friends and rela-
tives in Florala, Ala., over the
Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Whitfield of
Pascagoula, Miss., was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Whitfield
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Collings-
worth of Altha were Sunday visi-
tors of Mr. and Mrs. James John-
Mirs' Willie Roberts and Mrs.
Lois Brown and two daughters,
Shirrant and Gail of Winter Haven
relatives of W. L. and Ernest Goff
spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Goff and son and W. L.
Goff of Highland View last week.
Mrs. Jewell Dykes aud children
spent a week in Altha with her
sister and -family, Mr. and Mrs.
-Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dorman of
Panama City visited. her mother
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whit-
Mr. and Mrs. Vester Burke and
.Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Skipper and
Glenda Burke and Billy Skipper
spent the week. end in Vernon.
Mrs. Len Baker, Mrs. Lucille Mc-
Gowin, Mrs. Jenelle Pierson and
Mrs. Lizzie Pierson of Enterprise,
in Aliora WL J11". M .IZ5. `
dridge Hadock and family and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Peterson and
children visited Mr. Peterson's bro-
ther in Avon Park and Venice over
the week end.
Mrs. Lillie House of Mobile vis-
ited her daughter and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Carlos Miles. ,
Arlie Wooten and* Hubert Jow-
ers of De Funiak Springs spent
Sunday and Monday with Mr. and
Mr. and Mr. Joe Brock atid family.
Miss Bobble Jean Brock returned
home with them to stay. She is em-
ployed at the Duren Grocery.
W. B. Glover and family of Dr-
than. Ala., visited Mr. and Mrs. A:
B. Peters'over the week end.
Air .and Mrs. Hubert Cumbie
visited his mother Saturday in
Chipley, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rooks
and also attended the all night sing
in Bonifay Saturday night.
-Sub-district Will Meet
The monthly meeting of the Gulf
Coast Sub-District will be held. at
the Highland Vie w Methodist
Church on Tuesday night, July 9,
at 8:30 p.m. The program will be
on "Christian Vocations". There
kill be various fields represented
by a speaker of that field. All young
people are invited to come and.
enjoy a wonderful program, fellow-
ship and refreshments.
WSCS Meets At
Mrs. J, R. Hewett. .nurcn vmonuuy
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Griffin went
to Panama City on business Mon- The Woman's Society of Chrii
day. tian Service of the First Methiodi-t
Mrs. Eugene Suggs and sons of Church met Monday, July 1 at the-
Panama City spent Saturday with church for the monthly bus-ine-
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Griffin. meeting with 14 members ,present.
Douglass Hare of Chattahoochee The meeting was called to order by
spent last week with Mrs. Sallie the president, Mrs. G. S. Croxton.
Redd and family. Mrs. Charles Brown presented 'ie
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Miles and devotional taken from Isaiah 42:4.
family visited last week with their Rep6rts were given from all conm-
families in Youngstown, Mr. Miles mittee chairmen and other officers.
father, A. J. Miles, and in Grace- It was announced that the secre-
ville with their aunt, Mrs. Lily Mae a. of Mission Education, .Mrs, W.
Miles and in Blountstown with her H. Howell, Jr., would present the
mother. Mrs. Mary Rollins. educational program oh July 29.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Brock and Mrs. Croxton and Mr's. Ralph
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brock and Swatts gave interesting highlights
son spent last Sunday in Cotton- of the 17th Annual Conference held
dale with their son and brother, at Montgomery which they attend-
_The meeting closed with the Wo-
man's Society benediction.
ST. JAMES' CHURCH
Rev. Gardner D. Underhill
Priest In Charge
day, July.. The Rev. Harry Bell Douglas, Jr.,
J 8 Aof Tallahassee will be the celebrant
S J ly at the 7:30 a.m. service, Sunday
morning. George Milaim, Jr., will
conduct the morning prayer and
LitOgrdPk C O. sermon at the 11:00 a.m. service.
All visitors are cordially invited
to worship with us,
Meet In Panama City
Attorneys. of the 14th Judicial
Circuit Bar Association Friday
night heard a prominent Jackson-
ville lawyer, spea kon court-room
procedure' at a meeting held in the
Dixie Sherman IHotel.
Chester Bedell spoke on a topic
entitled "Preparation for Trial."
The eminent Jacksonville lawyer
was introdued by Panama City At-
torney Earnest Collins, president
of the 14th Judicial Circuit.
Attending the dinner meeting
were circuit .judges, state senators,
legislators, and numerous county
Those present at the meeting, in
addition to Collins and the guest
speaker, included Circuit Judges E.'
,Clay Lewis' of Panama City and
'E .C. Welch of Marianna, State
Sens. John Rawls of Marianna and
Bart Knight of Blountstown, Bay
Reps. Bill Harris and Dempsey Bar-
ron, Gulf Rep. Cecil Costin, State.
Attorney J. Frank Adams, Assistant
State Attorneys Bill Mongoven of
Panama City and Jim Moore of
Marianna, Jackson County Judges
Robert, L. McCrary, Jackson Cir-
cuit Court Clerk B; W. Boles.
Others included Silas R. Stone
and Ben Dickens, both of Port St.
Joe and David C. Gaskin of Wewa-
The meeting was presided over
by President Collins.
If you are overweight, here is the
first really thrilling news to ome
along in years. A new and conven-
ient way to get rid of extra pounds
easier than ever, so you can be as
slim and trim as you want. This
new product called DIATRON curbs
both hunger and appetite. No drug-s,
no diet ,no exercise. Absolutely
harmless. When you take DIA-
TRON, you still enjoy your meals,
still eat the foods you like but you
simply don't have the urge for ex-
tra portions and automatically your
weight must come down, because,
as your own doctor will tell you,
when ,ou'eat less, you weigh less.
Excess weight endangers your
heart, kidneys. So no matter what
you have tried before, get DIA-
TRON and prove to yourself what
It can do. DIATRON is sold on this
GUARANTEE: You must' lose
weight with the first package yqu
use or the package, costs you no-
thing. Just return the bottle to
your druggist and get your money
back. DIATRON costs $3.00 and is
sold with this strict money back
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Mail Orders Filled
Attend Dinner NOTICa
MI Rt. Brinson and daughter Mrs. Hubeft Brinsoli, director tf
Miss Sibbid Brinson attended a tthe tnth um, at Constitution Park
birthday dinllir and .family reunion, atIdl.lllteid this week that the mu-
honoring her mother, Mrs. A. N. seum would be open July 4 for the
Hester on her 81st birthday. The- benefit of visitors, arriving on that
dinner was, held in the home of date.
Mrs. Brinson's brother and sister- ----
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hester Returns From Visit
at Climax, Ga. Pred Griffin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
_. H. W. Griffin, returned home Sat-
urday after being the guest of Miss
Star Want Ads Get Resultb Susan Gordon in Apalachicola.
THE first romance In our fami-
ly began when our new neigh-
bors. the Lanes, moved in. While
other women peeped from behind
lace curtains and speculated on the
financial status of the family,.
Mother prepared a good dinner
and invited the newcomers. She
suggested that we three girls try
to be little Elsie Dinsmores in-
stead of the Wiggs children we
had been impersonating And we
did behave, for we were awed by
Mrs Lane's younger sister.
Maizie was a fairytale princess
-wavy golden hair, eyes like
violets and a peaches-and-cream
Our older brother Frank, who
had .never seemed interested in
girls, except that he did save pic-
.'ires of shapely actresses-Anna
Held. Lillian Russell and others
less noted-pasted inside the top
lid of his trunk and which we
weren't supposed to know they
were there, fell for Maizie from
Maizie certainly took a shine
to him, especially when she found
he owned an interest in our only
vaudeville theater. The romance
was lovely while it lasted. Maizie
rode with Frank every afternoon
in his new stanhope and sat
through the same sets at the Bijou
every night in the week. In the
Spring, however, she found it more
pleasant to ride, presumably
alone, during the evening. Then, one"
night Frank found his horse tied
to the hitching post in front of the
theater and a note pinned to the
seat cushion. Maizie had gone
away with a Texas Ranger.
In a way, Mother was greatly
relieved, for we had learned a lot
about Maizie. But Frank adored
her and Mother was afraid he
might do something rash. She
worried about his carrying a re-
volver At first she had thought It
a wise thing to do since he came
home late at night with the box
office receipts. Now she was sure
#tat anyone with Frank's disposi-
about him and Maijle."
Mother came hurrying in. "Take
that record off," she scolded.
"Didn't I tell you girls.."
A loud report from the room
above broke off her speech. "Was
that a shot?" "she asked- in a
quavering voice. She stumbled
over her long skirts as she hur-
ried up the stairs. We followed.
Mother pushed open Frank's
door. He knelt In front of his
trunk, his back toward us. Bits
of pictures Uttered the floor-all
the gorgeous creatures that had
adorned the lid of his trunk. In
each hand he held half of a large
photograph of Maizie. f.
"Noise? Oh,I, guess it was the
trunk lid. Matbe I did bang it
You kids cle p up this mess,"
he told us with'a wry smile, and
you can play that lemon-inhthe.
garden-of-love thmng frgm :W iM
doom's day." '
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Va., and Mrs. Costin's mother, Mrs. returned to her home Sunday after.
H. H. Parrish of Orlando. have re- a week's visit here with her aunt
turned to their homes after visiting and uncle and cousin, Mr. and Mrs.
with Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Costin, ST. Hubert Brinson and Miss Sibbie
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DIAL BAll 7-3161
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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.
Boy Scout Jamboree
Plans Being Made
0Officials of the Gulf Coast Coun-
cil, Boy Scouts of America, said
this week that its contingent of 81
'Boy !Scouts, Explorers and, adult
leaders are'ready for their "once
in a lifetime" experience at the
Fourth National Jamboree to be
held July 12 to 18 at historic Val-
ley Forge, Pennsylvania.
The local Jamboree party will
leave at 8 a.m. from the Naval Air
Station, Pensacola, and go to Val-
ley Forge by buses. Enroute they
will visit the Cherokee Indian Re-
servation, the Great Smokey Moun-
tains, the Blue Ridge 'Parkway
and Washington, D. C.
They will reach Valley Forge on
July 10 and immediately set, up
their camp in Section 3.
A huge tent city on 2,033 acres,
loaned by the Commonwealth-of
Pennsylvania, will house the 50,000
inhabitants of America's newest,
youngest, and busiest city. In ef-
fect it will comprise 38 "villages"
of about 1,400 campers each.
'Boys from all walks of life, of
all races and creeds, will live to-
gether, exchanging skills, swapping
home-town prndueti. and learning
about the tii toii.. and traditions
of many sections of the nation.
The National Jamboree will also
have an international flavor. About
600 Scouts and leaders are expected
from Australia, ,Bahamas, Brazil,
Canada, Chile, Cuba, Denmark,
Great Britain, Greece, Iran, Israel,
I ,' DIAL BA 7-4331
Peru, Philippines, Sweden, Swit-
zerland and Venezuela. There are
6'3 nations around the world with
Boy Scout Associations with a to-
tal membership of over seven mil-
lion boys and leaders.
The purpose of the Jamboree is
to strengthen the program of the
individual Troop and to provide -an
opportunity for boys to 'be assoc-
iated with Scouts from all parts
of their own country. This living
together in a spirit of brother laood
and friendship is one of the contin-
uing objectives of the Scout move-
ment and the basis for its under-
taking this gigantic gathering.
Scout officials feel that the sim-
ple but significant activities of
living together by patrols and
crews ,cooking, giving demonstra-
tions, hiking, and taking part in
huge arena shows and sectional ac-
tivities all demonstrate democracy
It is felt that the 50,000 or more
campers will catch the spirit of
patriotic service by living and
sleeping where George Washington
and his Army camped, lived and
suffered in that bitter winter of
1777-1778, and by so doill' kept
alive the spark of liberty and se-
cured the nation's freedom,
The Supply Service Division of
the Boy Scouts, will operate five
jamboree trading posts which will
stock official equipment, souvenirs,
hardware, drugs and miscellaneous
items, and a snack section. Profits
from these operations go into the
general jamboree fund and become
part of any possible refund, made
to jamboree campers.
An act of Congress adopted una-
nimously and signed by President
Eisenhower, authorized the loan of
certain camping equipment without
cost to the. United States with a
bond to insure its return to the
Armed Forces in good condition.
The national jamboree is an ob-
ject lesson to all particia ilsi
teaching ',lni .to pay., their own
way as a means of developing self-
reliance and self-support. Many de-
serving Scouts are give additional
aid by the Troop, by the Troop's
90 8D dal~ by serVPoi ,r,rjikrI 1eqillbring iW
fraternal, buslnese, c't c and labor
organizations. Most Scouts earned
funds by spard time jobs. Some
,will represent hometown newspa-
pers and radio stations as corres-
Jamboree campers are at least
'12 years old with second class
-, kiii.'watt.S. Six 300-line switch,
boards will be the camp's own teld-
phone system with 50 trunk lines
to the outside world. Western Un-
ion has installed an office In the
general headquarters area.
Attending the Jamboree from the
Gulf Coast Council are representa-
Scout, Explorer apprentice or high, tives from all five districts in the
er rank. Each has camping exper- Council.
ience to enable him to care for him-
self in the open and a cooperative
attitude toward fellow Scouts and
leaders. Each participates in a
three-day, pre-jamboree training
camp and submits an official medi-
cal examination certificate of phy-
sical fitness. Within 24 hours after
arrival at Valley Forge, he has a
Spectacular evening programs on
Friday, July 1'8, will take place in
a natural amphitheatre holding 50,-
000 campers and several thousand
guests. The stage is 300 feet wide
and 100 feet deep.
The jamboree's own daily news-
paper, "Jamboree Journal", will be
distributed before breakfast.
The Federal CommunicatiO'ns
Commission has issued a tempor-
ary license for radio station K3BSA
to be operated at the jamboree by
licensed "ham' operators. Through
it campers may send important
messages to distant points. The
three transmitters form the offi-
cial jamboree station -of the Boys
life radio club.
Warehouse space of 18,000 square
feet is being used for the 52,920
cases of non-perishable foods weigh-
ing 752 tons. If laid end to end,
frankfurters to be consumed by the
boys would extend over 17 miles.
Daily Milk requirements will to-
tal 74,480 quarts, or the full aver-
age production of 7,448 cows.
Each day 1,500,000 gallons of wa-
ter will flow through eight miles
of water mains. Twelve miles of
By, JUANITA NORRIS
,Lloyd and Steve Deese, sons of
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deese of Pan-
ama City are visiting their grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Levins and
daughter Regina, returned home
Saturday after spending a few days
in Bonifay visiting with friends
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bradley and
son of Panama City spent the week
end visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Levins, Mrs.
Mary Levins and Mrs. Minnie Gay
motored to Chattahoochee Satur-
day on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and
children returned home Saturday
after spending a few days in Cross
City visiting with friends and rela-
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haskin and
daughter Peggy motored to Valdos-
ta, Ga., Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dykes and
granddaughter Jenny and Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Linebarger and son,
Howard, Jr., visited with Mr. and
Mrs. Willie Dykes and family in
Apalachicola Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Herman Stripling and daugh-
teurs Karen and Jan and visited in
Vernon with Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Big Fireworks Display
I i' I III I ll ii i~ i I-E
" Loans for buying a new home
" Loans for building a new home
" Improvement Loans for your home
* Loans for replacing home equipment
Consolidation loans for all your bills
M. P. TOMLINSON
403 Monument Avenue
Mrs. WtiA Norris, LotRis tay,
Miss Mitnie 01a Ray and Mrs.
James Broome motored to Panama
City Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe ojhnson and
children of Dothan, Alabama is
spending a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. Dennis Norris and children.
Mr. adn Mrs. Carl Deese and
children returned home Saturday
after spending two weeks in Pana-
ma City visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Deese and family.
Miss Wilma Brogdon of Panama
City is visiting with Miss Betty
Deese, daughter rof Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley and
When you or your loved ones
are III you select a physician
that Is college trained with
experience. Select your Phar-
macist on the same basis and
bring your prescriptions to or
have your Physician phone .
Prescriptions compounded by
a GRADUATE Pharmacist
JOHN ROBERT SMITH
In Bonitay v'.iiin:: tilhi l'iends
Mrs. Preston Baxter and daugh-
ter, Marie spent several days in
Malone visiting with friends and
Miss Betty Deese, L. C. Deese,
Miss Juanita Norris, Miss .Wilma
Brogdon, Lloyd and Steve Deese
visited -in Panama City Monday.
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Port St. Joe High School, Lunce
room for April 1957 ........- 352.39
Wewa High School Lunchroom for
April 1957 48.01
George Washington High School,
Ltn, Laueroomn for April 1957 137.73
Port St. Joe Elementary School,
I ujLo hroom for April 1957 543.22
Highland View Elementary School,
.Lunchroom for April 1957 86.13
Wewahitchka High School, Refund
on magazines ---- 94.00
James Polite, Transporting School
W. L. Goff, Garbage Disposal 12.00,
THAL STARY Port 'S. Joe, FiA,
YHURSDAY, JUlY 4, i06?
Sharks Two Ahead
The Sharks defeated the Tigers
again Monday in the High School
recreation basketball tournament.
Scoring for the Sharke were Bill
Chism, Captain, 8; Leonard Costin,
Larry Davis, and Bob Munn, 6
each; Willie Daniell, 17; Jimmy
Adams, 2 for a total of 33 points.
Adams and Costin are new mem-
bers:" of the Shark squad.
Scoring for the Tigers were: Ri-
chard Zipperer, 14; John Presnell,
4; Tommy Hutchins, 6; Freddie
Bowdoin, 1 and Bob Burkett, 4 for
a total of 29 points. Presnell is a
new member of the Tigers.
Monday's play gives the Sharks
a 2-0 record over the Tigers.
The tournament games are
played each Monday and Wednes-
day morning at 9:30 at the High
School gymnasium. All boys from
grades seven through 12 are urged
Mr. and Mrs. Massey Ward and
daughter Ann of Mobile, Ala., and
.Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dandridge and
children of Lynn Haven were Sun-
day iviators of Mrs. George Ward
at the Ward Beach House, Beacon
Minutes of The
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
The Board of Public Instruction,
Gulf County, Florida, met on the
abhaoe date.,a Regular Session.with
the following members present and
acting;2Clyde Brogdon, Chairman,
C. BE. Boyer, CGarter Ward, Fennon
Talley and J. A. Whitfield, Mem-
The Superintendent was also pre-
sent and acting.
SThe minutes of the. preceding
meeting were' read and adopted as
The Financial Statement for the
monthof May was examined and
Moved by Talley seconded by
Boyer to increase other expenses
of Administration for the 1957-58
budget by 1,000.01.
The Board agreed to set up a
salary for the General Supervisor
of $7,500.00 or less.
f Moved by Boyer seconded by Tol-
ley to accept the recommendation
of the Trustees to appoint Ira C.
Mayfield. Jr. as -Principle of the
Wewahitchka High School for the
1957-58 school year. Voting yes,
Boyet,, Talley and Ward. Voting No,
Whitfield, not voting, Brogdon
There being no further business
to come before them they did ad-
journ to meet again in regular ses-
sion on July 2, 1957.
T. A. Owens C. 0. Brogdon
LIST OF EXPENDITURES FOR
THE MONTH OF JUNE, 1957
Alf Millergren, Postage $15.00
Gulf Co. Breeze( Sup .----..... 29.10
Keenan Welding Sup. Co., Sup. 3.60
0. M. Webb 5c to $5.00 Store, Sup.
American Education Pub., Sup.
Revell's Grocery and Market, Sup.
Florida Education Assn., Dues 19.25
B. B. Scissan, Refund ....- 7.50
Boyd Brothers. Supplies 12.00
Southern Liqutd Gas Co., Gas 1.00
Connell Water Works. Water for
Wewa" School ..... 30.00
Gulf Coast Elec Coop,, Inc., Elec.
En. for Wewa Schools 113.68
Fla. Power Corp., Electric Energy
for Port St. Joe Schools 574.69
City of Port St. Joe, Water for PSJ
Wall Elec. Co., Supplies -..... 20.55
Bill's Plumb. Serv., Sup. & Labor
Gulf Hardware Sup. Co., Sup.
J E. wbeWttey Typewriter Co., Serv.
& Sup 26.00
St. Joe Auto Parts Co., Sup. --.. 1.25
A. C. Littleton, Labor.& Sup. 64.50
Strickland-Gore Music Co., Sup. 9.00
SWewa Block Yard,' Sup. 10.00
Prescott's Garage, Labor & Sup.
Thursday Chevrolet, Sup .. 17.87
3. V. Gander, Diat', Sup-..... 40.38
St. Jos Motor Co.; Sup. _o.i 104.43
Creech Bros. Laundry, Laundry 60c
Gulf Drug Co., Sup. --- 9.42
Flan. State Board of Health, Con-
tribution h 3,000.00
Orkan Exterminatlng Co.s Pest.
Frank & Dot's Agency Ins. ._ 123.57
Covington Seed.Store, Seed 39.00
St. oseph Tel.'"Tel. ,Co., Serv. 79.92
.WeWs.Plumb. & Heat. Co., Serv.
rand Spplies 29.00
Wewa Hardware Co., Sup,... 356.81
Standard Oil Co., Sup -..... 398.83
T. D. Whittfield, 'Transporting
.School Children -... 100.00
Emile A. Twine. Transporting
School Children .-.--- 30.00
Albert Wynn, Transporting School
Jam es jThomas, Transporting
School Children .... 10.00
Zion Fair Baptist Church, Rent
West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co., Sup.
2 16-oz. CANS
Orange Juice 33c
A & P CRESTMONT
SUPER-RIGHT FULLY COOKED 12 to 14 Lb. Avg.
HALF or WHOLE LB.
SUPER-RIGHT U, S. CHOICE FIRST CUT
321 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Fla.
PRICES GOOD JUNE 27, 28 and 29
AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT
& P 24 Oz. Bottle
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Increase Noted In
Florida Forest Service District
No. 1 Headquarters' records show
an increase in lightning fires for
the month of May. Of the total 63
wildfires that burned 711 acres in
the ten counties west of the Apala-
chicola River, 18 were reported as
lightning fires. This total is a re-
duction of 10 wildfires and 8,6 acres
under May of 1956. Records show
a decrease in wildfires for the year
through May of 228 fires and 7,724,
Although lightning fires account-
ed for?29 per cent of the total fires
during the month of May, man still
intentionally set 30% of the fires
and carelessly set the remaining 41
per cent with camp fires, smoking,
brush burning, logging fires and
other miscellaneous ways. This
means a total of 71% of the fires
are still man caused and can be,
A breakdown by counties shows
Santa Rosa .had the greatest num-
ber of fires in the district with 17
burning 114 acres, Bay County was
next with 12 fires burning 346 ac-
res, Walton County 10 fires burning
39 acres, Escambia County seven
firth burning 28. acres, Gulf tivo
fires burning 22 acres, Calhoun
four fires burning 55 acres, Wash-
ington three fires burning 61 acres,
Holmes three fires burning 19 ac-
rea, Jackson, two fires burning 27
acres and Okaloosa County report-
ed no fires.
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VETERANS SERVICE OFFICER
PLANS VISIT HERE -'
Veterans of ulf County who
need assistance inh .:.~r'aiining bele
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Pres on L. Nicholas,
Assistant State Service Officer.
Nicholas will visit this area next
week for the purpose of -helping
veterans or their dependents in fil-
ing claims for Compensation Bene-
fits or solving their insurance
problems. This free service includes
assistance to employers of veterans
under the CI Bill, Vocational Train-
ing, 'Subistence or other problems.
,During his visit in this area Ni-
cholas may be contacted at the
City Hall, Monday, July 7 from
8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
Gone To Texas
Gordon Hallmark and son Alan
are in Houston, Texas this week
where Alan is undergoing a check-
up at the Jefferson Davis Hospi-
tal Polio Foundation there. They
will return home this week, end.
H a M-S
tHUiW$DAV, J S 4, 1057
fJ -6 will rec0Dlsider tbh, pr'aelt a I
eS uUlSpprveS l Hey. H ptltedf "I real1e the 'e"
(Continued Prom Page 1) ceasity for adequate advance warn-
they might oc.ur, anid it is con- ings of impendIfig storms, however,
SI seriously question the feasibility
ceivable that many of them will be of issuing "probability" reports,
deterred from visiting our wonder- thus stirring up a hornet's nest
ful Sunshine State because of these when there is ro imminent danger."
unrealistic storm '.c-.'-1, 1ii '" re-
ports. As a result, business and in-
dustry suffer, and a number of peo- Gardens
peae the exeriene of en- A few minutes once a week, or as
ple are denied the experiene of en-needed, with good dust gun and a
joying the pleasures of Florida." good dust will save a garden that
Cofigressman Sikes states that may be destroyed by Insects and
he is hopeful that the Weather Bu- diseases.
Listed Due To
Lack of Space
TOO LAT tO You trMYl b ;,1 fir
Y.1 MIQtreal dowA tlt river vislilgO
CL A SSSI FY five towns in the Quaint, bistorlo
French-Canadian area. Yol spend
By RUSSELL KAY a week oni the boat which serves
3- / As your hotel enroute, but special
Mama Kay and I have been get- sight-seeing tours are included in
ting behind in our vacations and the various communities visited.
this year we hope to make up for
a lot of years at the grindstone by
taking a month off to visit Canada.
For years friends have been tell-
iug us about the pleasure and en-
joyment of a cruise down the St.
Lawrence River and into the Sague-
nay. All who have taken the trip
The trip is so popular that you
have to make your reservation for
months in advance and I am happy
to say" that we are among the
lucky folks who will sail from Mon-
.treal July 7. We board our steam-
er "The Richelieu" Saturday eve-
Sant.As tBi i ensul
FOR SALE: Beautiful building lot
See E. C. Wimberly, phone 7-5261 FOR SALE: Hiiunter 30" window
or 7-2041. tfc-5-30 fan. Will go forward or reverse.
Use4 one season. $75. Call 7-2961. 3t
FOR SALE: Alteration tags and -- -
Sale price tags. Call 7-3101. The FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart-
Star, meinent. Mrs. W. B. Ferrell, 515
Third St., Phone 7-7736. tfc6-20
FOR SALE: Holton trombone and
case. Like new. $75.00 cash. Call FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
7-2346 after 5:00 p.m. Friday or! for couple. 216 9th Street. J. F.
see at 127 Hunter's Circle. 3tc Daniels. 2tp"
G-L JULY 5
8:00 A. M.
OUR BUYERS HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM THE CHICAGO FURNITURE MARKET AND WE MUST HAVE THE
ROOM FOR NEW MERCHANDISE THAT IS ARRIVING.
LIVING ROOM SPECIALS
Reg. $219.95 Solid Maple TRIPLE Reg. $289.95 Simmons
Dresser and Double Bed $179.95 Hide-A-Bed SOFA --- $199.95
New Indian Summer Finish Has full si1' innerspring mattress.
Reg $14.9.95 Solid Maple Finest 4-Pc. Reg. $289.95 Modern Brown Cover
'Bedroom SUITE -------$99.95 PULLMAN SOFA ---- $279.95
-I .I I-1---3 A A 1 4-
You aet poster bed, vanity bench and roomy 4-drawer chs
Tufted back, foam rubber.
Reg. $89.95 Mahogany
Double Dresser and Mirror $69.95 $209. Fox Maple 2-Piece
Large plate glass mirror, lots of drawers.Living Room UITE----- $159.5
Solid maple tweed cover
Reg. $169.95 Solid Maple, 4-piece
J1eg. $299.95 PLASTIC
Bedroom SUITE-------- $109.95 co $2999 C
Includes vanity with plate mirror, bench, chest and 2-pc. Sleeper Suite------ 23995
poster bed nnerspring Mattress -- Sleeps Two
Reg. $79.95 Blonde, modern Reg. 239.95 Rattan
Double Dresser and Mirror -- $49.95 2-pc. SOFA BED SUITE $189.95
3 large drawers' with brass pulls.. Sofa Sleeps 2 -- Platform Rocker
Modern Solid Mahogany
2 Single Beds
1 Nite Stand
1 Desk Vanity
ODDS and ENDS
Reg. $99.95 -- 1 Blonde
5 Drawers, 2 Compartments.
Automatic Oven and Top
Burner. Clock, minute-minder
7-Piece -- Table and Four Chairs
1 CHROME DINETTE-----$39.95
Reg. $39.50 5-Piece -- Table and Four Chairs
LA CHESTS$29.95 1 CHROME DINETTE ----$29.95
2 LANE CHESTS ----- $29.95 ,
B S Reg. $39.95 Walnut Finish 4-Piece
Blond, Space-Saver Models 0 SUITE $29.00
Reg. $49.95 Includes Chair 1 Blond 1 Maple I Bedroom SUITE $29.00
2 DESK SETS-----$34.95 Reg $4495
Reg. $79.50 Foam Rubber Cushions 1 KROEHLER SOFA ----- $29.95
1 CLUB CHAIR -------- $49.95 2 Platfom
in I ago% aNEWA A % mn u, AM WIV J.
Reg. $54.95 Modern Covers
3 Swivel ROCKERS --- $39.50
Rocky Cbmforter, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Comforter was honored
on his sixth birthday last Monday
from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. at the Hap-
pyland Kindergarten on the occa-
sion of his sixth birthday.
The guests played games onThe
lawn at the Kindergarten. They
were served refreshments and the
traditional birthday cake.
Mrs. Comforter was assisted by
Mrs. Charles Brown, and Mrs. Wal-
Those present were: Brenda and
Tommy Adams, George ,Anchors,
Jr., Dennis Atchison, Holly Barr,
Julie Buttram, Benny Dickens, Pam,
Jan and Jerry Gaskin, Walter Haw-
kins, Holley Hendrix, Bill H-ndrix,
Gerry Huthin's, Karen and Kris
King, David and Donnie Maidox,
Thomas O'Brien, Brenda Paffe, Le-
nora Ann and Tyler Smith and Jo-
seph Whittington. 'Those sending
gifts but unable to attend were:
David Mazarol and Cathey, Freddy
and Pattie Sutton. Star photo
ning July 6, prior to sailing the
next morning and return to Mon-
treal the following Sunday.
More and more Floridians have
been turning to Canada as a vaca-
tion spot during the last few years
and we were surprised when we
first began considering it, to learn
that a dozen or more of our per-
sonal friends have'taken this trip.
-One advantage is direct air con-
nection between Canada and Tam-
pa. Now you can board a luxury
air liner in Tampa at 2 p.m. and
be in Toronto fore supper. Trans-
Canada Airlines fly non-stop and
rates are surprisingly low.
We will leave Tampa July 2, and
Trans-Canada will put us in Tor-
onto that same evening. We plan
a couple of days of sight-seeing in
the Toronto area and then will take
either the train or bus to Montreal
in .time to catch our steamer for
the St. Lawrence trip;
Returning to Montreal a week la-
ter will again' take a Trans-Cnaada
airliner for the, cross-continent
flight to Vancouver and Victoria in
British Columbia. We plan to spend
several days sight-seeing in the
area and then will travel by train
from Vancouver to Seattle and
Portland where relatives will- meet
us and act as guides on a tour of
the Pacific Northwest.
We were fortunate enough to
have visited this section a couple
of years ago. but our time there was
so limited we did not get much
chance to see the country. This
year we plan to spend a couple of
weeks and during our stay hope to
cover the area.
As I did two years ago, I shall
write columns enroute as I found
that folks are keenly interested in
learning of the personal experience
of travelers. I will try to describe
our experiences accurately and give
definite information as to costs,
accommodations and other data of
particular interest to those who
are looking forward to such a trip
For weeks we have been paying
over literature describing the var-
ious points of interest in both east-
ern and western Canada as well
as the Pacific Northwest-Seattle
We are as excited as any two
humans could be for it all seems
so thrilling and unbelievable to
think that a couple of oldsters like
us could really be taking off and
kicking up our heels like this.
It seems hard to realize that we
won't have anything to do but eat
and sleep and enjoy ourselves for
the next 30 days but considering
the fact that up to a year or so ago
we never had a real sure enougli
vacation, we figure we deserve it.
This on your printing Is a sign of quality.
Advertising doesn't cost-it PAYS
A Business Girl Says:
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With Mattress METAL SPRINGS--------$3.95
2 FOLDING CRIBS $29.95
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Port St. Joe, Florida
Deic iou eighfu IRY-' II
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES
COURT 0 FGULP
- Re: Estate of NATHANIEL
JORDAN, deceased. /'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Nathaniel Jordan deceased, are
hereby notified and requ-.d r .Ju
file any claims or dt'niaii'I4
which they may have "i.i1ii
said estate in thie office ..,I 1th
County Judge of Gulf Cuuaty,
Florida, in the court house at
Wewahitchka, .Florida, within
oiglh calendar Ionths froin the
date of the first publication of
this notice. Each claim or de- :
mand must be in writing and -
must state the place of residence'
and post office address of the
claimant and must -be sworn to
by the claimant, his agent or
his attorney, or it will become.
void .*,.m lui- to law. ijj 1t: ,.
Administratrix of the estate
of Nathaniel Jordan,
June 20, 27, 1957
July 4, 11, 1957 W
- ICii~BfB 2~---~ -I
FOR .SALE: Two lots, 7 XIlt'.
$1700.00. Call BAll 7-7691 after
4 p.m. 2tc
FOR SALE: 24 ft. House Trailer,.
$400.00. Troy Douglas, St. Joe
FOR SALE: Lots at White City,
house on Woodward and house
on 10th Street.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAII 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
FOR SALE: Legal ruled pads, on-
lonskin, second sheets, scratch pads
mimeograph paper, typewriter and
adding machine ribbons. Man"- othf- ,
er supplies. THE s.1 \H Pbone
7 3161 for delivery. ..
FOR RENT: Two completely fur-
nished front Gulf co4t'ages at.
Beacon Hill "on the bluff" named
"S.,l:, Toes" and "Breezeway". Ev-
i; .Iih furnished except linen's for
$65.00 weekly. Each cottage will ac-
commodate eight to ten persons.
For reservations see Charlie or Mrs.
Garraway at Beacon Hill or call
Marianna Hudson 2-3697. 3te
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart-.
ment. Bedroom kitchen and bath
Gas stove and heater furnished, 401
t13th St., J. A. Mira, Phone 7-9301.
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
i attractively furnished apartments
Cool in' summer, warm in winter.
Window fans, gas heat. They have
to be seen to be appreciated, Wim-
ico Lodge, White City, Phone 9-4083.
FOR RENT: Vacant four room
house with back and front porcA,7.
and water pump. $35.00. Mrs. Ben
Dickens, Sr., Phone 7-5421. tfe-5-23
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
or house trailer. Trailer may lee,
purchased if desired. Phone 7-?.'-6,
SOUVENIR PLATES -.
10-inch with photo of Floridai Cen
tennial Monument: ..2 11 in, tldilig
tax. For display only. Available at-:
Fuller's Supply Co., or The Star.
NEW SEWING MACHINE installed
makes our half soles look like
factory installed soles. Try us to-
day. Electric irons repaider. Guar-
anteed, quick, dependable service.
RED'S SHOE SHOP, Reid Ave.
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me'
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
*OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing ?
service, call BILL'S PLUMBINO.
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors rc-
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call ;
Buford Griffin, Phone .7-7011' for
quick expert service. Ifc-5-2
'9ADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
Keys Made While You Wait
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
and E-Z TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs .
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310 -
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. O.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to.attend;
visiting brethren invited.
C. W. LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty.
THERE WILL BE a regular corn-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge -
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.-
ROY L. BURGH, Secty.
All Master Masons cordially invited
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- .
Ing first and 'third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of,
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. J, H. Geddie;
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in savy-
ing money see us for anything
you need In your home. STOP and
it -I ~e ass ~1R~h L_ -~--s~sl~ I -
THR 4TAP, Pak at, Jot, Fli,