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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-THIRD YEAR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 19 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA NUMBER 51
PORT ST, JOE'S 1960 SHARK FOOTBALL TEAM
Chamber Told Virtues Of
Realistic Property Valuation
1960 SHARK SQUAD-Front row, let to right, Manager, Robert Mar-
low, Jim-mTy .Glianie, Doyle. Glass, Rodney Herring, David. Porter,
Paul Robbins, Jimimy Kent, Jim-my Goodman, -Mike Garbonneau,
Carl Zilmmerman, Patrick McFarland, Managers, Wayne Childers
and -Bil Eite. .
Second row, left 'to right, Assistant Ooach Walter Wilder, Da-
vid Nance, Gene, TLndell., Clifford' Wi-miberly, Tmniiy Blackburn,
The 1960 edition o" the Port
St. Joe Sharks football team
will take to the, field tomorrow,
night against their tradiitioe .-
The Sharks will field almost an
entirely new team this year. Only
:,two starters off last year's squad
are ,back aind ,lhese include q.uaW
-terbaok Bob -Munn and-
'Howard Lovett. Chesdey Pansom,
'who saw-" plenty of action last
.year-as 'a soplhmore, 'will be run-
ning ithie fullback post.
The inexperienced Sharks have
showed ,up mighty well In- proe-
season practice and -what they
lack in experience, they seem toa
make up in. desire.
Coach OCraig is -expected'- to
tield a Nbig line.
The backfield' will 'be small ,but
one of th-e fastest in recent years.
J. A. Cason Passes
Away In Alabama
J. -A. Cason, age 82, passed away
in Birmingham, Alabama ni Snep-
-tehmber 9 at the home of his daugh
ter. Mr. Cason had' made his home
In Port St. Joe for the (past 12
year and was known as "Judge"
-to many of his. friends.
Fdnera'l -services were held on
Sunday at the Rehob-eth Methodist
Church 'at Nixbhug, Ala., with in-
'terment in ithe- family plot at Nix-
-Mr. Cason is survived by eight
children, nine grandchildren, four
great grandchildren, -two sisters
end three brothers. He was the f-a-
ther of Mrs. E. H.-'Vatl'andinghuam
of this City.
Mental Health Program
Presented To Club
The St. Joseph Business._ai-d
Professionia;1: Women's Clhub held
their regular uonthl.y. meetin- -last
Tuesday night -at 'the City Restau-
rant with 14 members and one
'guest present. Miss Minerva Mc-
Lame, president, presided.
- Mercedes Murphy, R.N., Nurse
Mental Health Worker, State Board
of Health for the Franklin, Gul-f
and Wakulla 'area was guest speak-
er for the evening. Her subject
ias Mental Health. She outlined
and, explained her activities in Gulf
County with special emphasis on
t!e school age children; ,some of
,these pupils matter careful screen-
IA and work ups are referred to
l1e Bay County Guidance Clinic in
Panama City. An unusual amount
of interest was created by Miss
Murphy's informative 'speech, a
'lively question and answer period
was held. Miss Murphy stated- that
one of 'the problems 'she had found
was transportation for these chil-
dren to the .Guidance Olipi. The.
Club informed Miss MuTphy that
beginning immediately it would be
responsible for defraying the costs
of transporting these children to
and- from- the Guidance Clinic.
Boys who will see -most of the not -see action .this 'week due to
action tomorrow 'night are: ends, a sprained ankle. Kerrigan is one,
Freddy Bowdoin, Geonge Boyerm .-of raig's top flight hialfbacks
Wayine S'eve-ns, and Joel Barbee. 'and has shownon a lot of ability
"Tackles, Donnia .Macik Young,. in the practice sessions. He is
Joe Whaley and- Carl Zimmner-. expected 'to be out for several
man. Guards:. Courtney Martin, weeks..
Paul Robibins, C'liffnd Wimberily.. Courtn.ey Martin 'will see only
and David Nance. Center:, Ho0w- limited aqion tomorrow 'due to
',*ard Lovetl. Nance also subs for a knee injury. "
-center. .Quarterbf.ck; .Bob- Muinn The .Satarting 1i.?Aup for the
Pd Larry Davis. Fullback: Ches- .Sihaks ,'will.be.ass follows: left
ley Fensom land.James Kent. e. nd, George Boyer; lett tackle,
Apalachicola has the advantage, 'jioe Whaley; left guard, Clifford
of having almost their entire 'line WiMberly;,-penter, Howard Lov-
,back froan last year and are ex- ... ett;.-:right. giaard, David' Nance;:
pectead to be very tough up -a&t. -.right. tackle, Don Young; right
However, the balckfield was it, end, Freddie Bowdoin; quart-r-
hamrd iby graduation and- the
Sharls 'expect to be able to match "ack, Bob Mnn; left 'half, Jim-
them. pretty 'good in that depart- my. Wfder; right half, Jimmy
menit. Dawson and. fullback, COhesley
Halfback Bob Kerrigan will Fensaon
Coldewey Says Pap
Likely To Extend Thi
.Tom Coldewey, rvioe-president in
charge of operations of St. Joe Pa-
per Company 'had 'sad- news 6or the
people ,of Port 'St. Joe as he ad-
dressed' the 'Port St. Joe Kiwsan;
Club at .their regular meeting
'Tuesday noon. Coldewey said, that
it looked like -the troubles in opera
action -of the St. Joe mill rwo6uld
probably not ,be completely settled
until the last of 1961.
Troubles Are Named.
ColdMewey said that St. Joe's
troubles stem from several causes.
A,1 of St. Joe's -troubles are brought
about ;by the, national picture in
tie. paper industry, -'-basicaly.,
Coldewey said 'that the industry
is In a very competitive state-now
due to the invasion- in the packag-
ing field of several substitutes for
paper; High up on the list of sub-
stitutes are plastic and foil. These
products are being manufactured
more 'economically now, and sev-
eral manufacturers are turning to
these packaging materials because
of the looks, price, etc. .
Population Growth "Myth"
The invasion of new packaging.
products .is coupled with the explo-
sion of the population myth', said
Coldewey. The paper industry has
built .up on a scale anticipating the
growth in population to mean, a
natural growth in the demand for
paper. "It just doesn't happen this
way", said Coldewey. "If growth
would. mean automatic increases in
demand, then steel and railroads
would not be in trouble today. The
paper industry is in the same fix".
The growth in population was par-
allel with the -perfection of com-
petitive products, which caused a
dip in 'the expected market growth.
This slump in -expected- grow'tn
has had another effect on the pa-
per industry in that it has caused
Robert Settlemire. Ben.ny *Smith, Bernie B'uzzeitt, J6el Bar.bee, Steve
Kennedy and Joe Whaley.
Back row, left to right, Coach Marion Craig, Fred Bowdoin,
Larry Davis, Jimmy Dawson, Bob Munn, JiSmimy Wilder, Howard
Lolvett, -Oourtney Martin, Wayne Stevens, Chesley Fensom, Bob"
Kerrigan, Donnie Young, George Boyer. and Coach Lamar Faison.
County Asked To
George Wimberly, Jr., represent-
ing the Port St. Joe Chamber of
Commerce appeared before the
County Commission Tuesday at
their regular meeting and requested
that the County begin looking into
the project of providing a&n airport,
for the county. "'hinberly pointed
,out ito the Board 'tL~t Congressman
Bob Sikes had advised Gulf Coun-
ty that federal matching funds are
,'vaillable for .suci ',a .project.
Wihnberly. told % u? Board' that
the Chlamiber -ha-d retei'ved a com-
mittment from St. Joe Paper Com-'
pany to provide land for an air-
port. Wimnberly pointed out that the.
Big Bend area is growing toward
Port St. Joe. He also reminded the
BRoard that 'the Panuama City Air-
port cannot expand its runways
and they are 'still too -small for
many of the modern aircraft. This,
would point to- Port St. Joe arid
Gulf County as the future air
transportation *center for the Big
Wimberly asked that the Board
consider tan airport ,with a 2,000
foot paved runway, 125 to 150 feet
wide -with plenty of room for ex-
er Mill Troubles
rough Year of 1961
H. E. Helms Drowns
In Chipola River
Herbert Earl (HRubby) Helms,
age 63, operator of Bryant's Land
ing on thehie pol River, was ac.
cidentally darowned- Sunday. night
while assisting Mr. and Mrs. W
C. Byrd, of Port St.: Joe, whose boat
'had overturned in the river. .-
. The Byrd's accident happened Ibe
'tween .Douglas, and Bryant's Land-
ings a-bout 11:0: ap.m. Simunda
night. Helms and his ison Jimmie
were called, to the rescue; Botlh
went on. the rescue mission in sep-
arate boats. After the Byrds were
located, young Helms put the sur-
vivors in his boat and headed ,back
for the landing. The elder Helms
cranked his .motor, iso his so left
him to come back alone. -
After Helms didn't return to the
landing his son went ba1k looking
for him-. His boat 'was found, piac-
ti-cally ',straight across the river
from 'where the younger Helms
heard the motor crank, .lodged' in
bushes with the motor still run-
niing, but the elder' Helmsi no-
where in sight.
Dragging and diving 'operations
for Helms were launched Monday
morning -to no avail.. Operations
were r esumedTuesdy morning.'At
about 10:35 a.m. Tuaesd-a the body
'wais sighted, floating it lthe rirer
and was' recovered' by' DeOfnuty
Shlieriffs Jimmy Batfeold,.'Jack 'o0n-
nell and And al Ray Watson. The
body was recovered alb'but itwo
miles (below where the accident oc-
Gulf County Coroner, Sam P.
Husband. empaneled, a oroner'a
jury Tuesday afternoon which ren-
dered a verdict of 'death by a6ci-
'Funeral services were fh-eld yes-
terday- afternoon at 3:00 p.m;, 4ST
erom 'the Wewahitchka Methodist
Church with the Rev. Jordan vffi-
ciating assisted ,by Revs. J. T. Hin-
ton and C. A. Lundy. Burial was in
the family plot' in Jehhu Onemeitery.
Survivors of the deceased include
hits wife, Hazel and one son Jimmy
Herbert of Brylant's Landing-; two
daughters, IMrs. Siarah Elz abetht
Crees, Pensacola and. M-r. Mary 4.
Smith of White City; tour grand-
children; two brothers, Eddie of
Pensacola and- Glenn of Milton and
Quincy Man Tells How Property
Re-evaluation Helped Gadsden County
Approximately 75 members and. guests attended the third
quarterly meeting of the Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce meet-
ing Monday night at the Centennial Building. Durwood Johnson
If Quincy was the guest speaker. He spoke to the Chamber
members on the advantages of a property re-evaluation program.
Johnson dwealt especially on the
Last Call for Books relationship 'of a county's tax struc-
I 'ture to aew industry.
The Port St. Joe Jaycees re- Johnson 'spoke, using as his ex-
mind the people of Port St. Joe mpe, de y re-
that September 17 is the deadline
for collecting books to be sent evacuated the entire county some
to the Raiford Prison Library. tLsree years 'ago. He stated that be-
The Jaycees have undertaken fore the re-evaluation program pro-
this project in' Port St. Joe. .perty was on the county rolls at
Anyone in Port St. Joe wishing from 35 to 40 percent of cash value.
to donate books to this library Same property wasn't ,even on- the
are urged to bring them by the rolls. He named- as an example, a
Pridgeon Insurance Agency for 260 acre tobacco faram with 1U im-
collection. in ove&nents, t'wo houses, barns and
_______ equipment 'which wais 'totally home-
stead exempt on he tax rolls.
National Guard Keeps "These 'deletions and inequities
'Ready for Instant Action were hurting us ,bad", said Johnson,
---" especially in our schools".
Captain Bobby Howell of Apala- Johnison said, that a citizens com-
ohicola, Commanding Officer of the mittee was named by the Gadsden
local National Guard unit spoke to County Chamilber of -Oommerce to
the Rotary Club at their regular pl-ore the situation. He said- the
meeting Thursday, graphically de- tax ,structure inequities really came
saribing the exercises the Guard to a head when it was discovered
personnel ,undergoes 'to prepare thac Gadusden couldn't keep school
them to move quickly in an emer- teachers and that ithe county was
genlcy. proividin- less .money per pupil in
Howell stated that the local unit school thaan any other county in the
has been alerted, for actfve duty state. School problems started their
twice in the last six months. The search for a cure.
euard was alerted- during the time Johnson. ,aid that his co-imitbee
of the race troui'biS in Tal.lla.hassee Met. wih every civic organization
and again during -thebe trouble ,in and grpoii in Gadsden County and
:Jacikfonvill'e. The unit was not put acquainted the people of Gadsden's
on active duty at either alert. problems and, suggested the re-eval-
Howe&l said, that the Guard un- nation program to ,them and told
dergoes a practice alert once a what it would do. "When they.
year, with none of -the men in the heard the ,story, they were raedy
anit knowing -the time or date. He to 'do .their part in paying taxes",
said that an alert will be held, be- said Johnson.
tween now and- January 1 to test As a result -of Gadeden's tax re-
'the speed with which the unit can -forms, -the county is now able to
assemble, but, again, nobody knows 'offer -the services needed by the
-the time or date. people. Their schools now have
Howell said. that the local unit enough money and' everybody is
has received national commenda- satisfied, on a mileage rate of 21.
tion for its efficiency. In the last (Gulf County's village rate is 46.)
alert, held ,by the unit, 98 men ,were Johnson said that the low village
fielded with full field equipment in rate ,and services that were now
15 minutes after an alert was .provided by the county and school
sounded. ,system has served to attract new
passion. ne sister, Mrs. Jessie Mae Smith Guests of -the club Thursday
an integration of companies into The County Board instructed at- of Ft. Walton Beach. were Freddie Wilkinson of Mont-
mutual ,agreement concerns deal,- torney David' OCarl Gaskin to inves- Comforter Funeral Home was in gomery, Ala., and- T. 0. Graham of
itigate turning -the project over to charge of arrangements. Panamna City.
-been the biggesthoer of Tthe St. the Gulf County Port Authority.
Joe Paper Company", .said, olde- chairman Harden -said -if the Port .
wey. To meet this threat, the St. Authority cannot legally handle.an Amateur Radio Operators Set Up
Joe Company has bought and is airport, then the county board will
building 11 box plants 'of its own. begin looking into the matter. Communications Network for Warning
Thie company has preferred- -to do Port St. Joe Wants Moe "
Sraer t stk exhae The City of Port St. Joe entered
thlis rather than a stock 'exchange written request 'with the County Amateur ,radio operators In. this White City fire tower. Pope Fend-
are doing. Caodewey said that ies Board -for payment -of the remain- area ,set up -their hurricane watch ley was on frequency for any infor-
wi be late in 1961 before all of der of -money due to Port St. Joe at 7:00 a.m. Saturday, Septemeber mation or warning going to or com-
. .be lte in 1961ar ore allcustomers oft from Road and Bridge Fund ad 10, keeping 'track of Donna for ing from the St. Joe Beach area.
Jo dese 'val'tsorem taxes. The City also a ked warning purposes in this area. Joe Alligood operated' from his
e e to prior paper supply co r $779.82 fro m he St. JoeFire At this time Donna was headed for hamn shack on the MARS trequen-
Control District for providing ire this area, cy to receive or pass any informa-
Plan New- Packaging service for ,a year 'to areas ou'tsi.-de Government offticeilad and techni- ton going to the disaster areas in
Ooldewey said' that St. Joe is the City of Port St. Joe. clans were sent from- Washington, -South Florida.
trying and planning. now to com- The County issued the checks to D. C. 'to the Apaaacticola Weather Tape recordings -were made of
bat allU c't.cepts of competition to the City of Port St. Joe. ... --- Bureau to set up teletype and c m'- all the bulletss which were read
their product. He--,said -that the In return. the City will remnit a munaications systems directly from over the ham band at headquarters
company has -spent over 20 mil- payment of $5,000.00 owed the the Miami Weather Bureau. Pernis- for -the purpose of relaying them to
liu-n dollars in .acquiring markets. County .as -their part in the Gulf .sion was received by Guif Civil De- the Gulf County area. Lso radio
They are planning on new packag- COounty Mosquito Control District. fense Director, Bob-Sidwell, to set station WJOE received all' -hurri-
ing concepts -to ,sell their product This -part of the County -services utp a ham radio station at the Apa- cane in ormaiton directly from the
and .building -traide relations to has not 'operated in the last week lachicola radar station, for instan- weather bureau station in Apala-
combat 'the reciprocity agreements or two 'because -they are out of tanious weather -information' -to chicola which was broadcast over
now so popular in 'the 'paper and fund's. this area. Dick *Lamberson and WJOE tor up to -the minute warn-
coinvertimg industries. The payment of funnds by Port St. Harry Brewton manned- this ta- ings and information.
Guests -of ithe 'club were Howard Joe is expected to-carry the pest tion. Amateur radio stations were
Lovett and- Bob Munn of the Port control program 'over -until October Temporary communication fhead- standi-ng by on the frequency to as-
St. Joe' High Sc-hool and District 1 when the program begins a new quarters for this area was set up siat in. any way irom the follow-
Governor Pat Culp of Panama City. budget year. in the ham, shack of A. P. Jackson ing stations: The .American Red
Rev. John Carmichael was inducj- Road Fund Report at his home on Long Avenue. In Cross and Civil Defense, Atlanta,
ed as a new member. It was reported at the Tuesday case of a hurricane,,or other disas- Georgia; The American Red Cross
__- meeting that Gulf County will have ter in the Port St' Joe area, -the and Cirvil Defense in New Orleans,
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT no more secondary" road fund City Hall will be communications La.; the military station in Fort
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Meekins of money until 196I-'62. headquarters. All arrangements Benning, Ga.; the military stations
Charlotte, N. C., announce Lie A report on the 1960-'61 funds had been made to move to -the City at Maxwell Field, Montgomery,
'birth of a son on September 3. The shows that Gulf is now in the red Hall if Donna had moved closer to Ala., Warner Robins Air Force
baby is named Ralph William, :or $59,416.60 in, this fund. this area. Base in Warner Robins, Ga., Eglin
toth grandfathers, and weighed sev- In other portions of the meeting Ham operators had .been assigned and Tyndall Air Force Bases.
r'L iounds, 12 ounces, it was reported that the county is different areas in the county to be All of -this network of ,communi-
having trouble obtaining. right of 'stationed for information in case cations was set up in a meeting
Visiting Retherfords way for the Howard Creek Road' of emergency. held Friday afternoon .by weather
-Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Retherford paving. If 'the necessary. rights of A radio -unit was used' to mioitor .bureau officials, Civil Defense of-
of Bonifay visited this week with way cannot be obtained the paving the St. Joe Woodlands Division fiticls, ham raido operators, the
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Retherford. will be cut loff approximately three frequency -which had direct contact City of Port St. Joe, St. Joe Paper
quarters of a ,mile from Howard's with -the weather bureau in Apala- Company and affiliated cor-iranies
advertisingg doesn't cost-it PAY", Creek. chicola weather bureau to the and the Florida Forest Service.
industry to Gadsden County and to
Quincy. "We 'didn't give them any
thing", 'said' Johnson, "we just had
a decent -tax rate and had the an-
cessary services to 'offer to their
Johnson said that the Quincy
Chamber of Commerce had form-
ed a Quincy Development Corporr-
ation, -subscribed to and paid, for
by Quincy residents to -attract new
industry to the. area. "This Devel-
.opment -Corporation and their
sound tax structure has served to
land new industry to -the area",
Red Cross Asking
For Emergency Funds
Robert Sidwell, Chairman of .the
Gulf County Red Cross has just
received word from. E. Roland. Har-
riman of the National Red Cross
stating that much assistance is
needed by disaster victims of the
recent hurricane "Donna" that has
passed over Florida and the East-
There are over 200 members of
the National Red Cross staff as-
signed to ;assist the various chap-
ters providing'emergency help and
rehabilitation to those in -need.
At this time there is no possible
way to -determine the amount of
money that will ibe needed In or-
der to help -these disaster victims,
-but you can be sure damages
will r,'p into hundreds of thousands
This is a -time that you can be of
help to your fellow man by sending
a contribution marked for disaster
aid to your local Red Cross chapter
wir) will forward it on to the Na-
tional Disaster Fund.
Send your contribution to the
American Red Cross, Gulf County
Sharks Take On Apalachicola
In Grid Opener Tomorrow
Rebekah's Honor State Prexy+
* On Friday evening, September 9,
a ,banquet honoring Hugh Lee
Mick, president of the Rebekah As-
sembly of Florida of Jacksoniville,.
was held the American Legion
Ball, with' "lorazelle Connell as
amaister of ceremony, Invocaiton
was given by Mary Forehand, chap-
lain. Addie 'Goodson, Noble Grand,
introduced -the distinguished' guest
.and visitors attending. Address of
Welcome 'was given 'by Eliza Law-
sAou and .Oesponse ,by Jessie Hilton
of Panama Oity.
Immediately following the ban-
quet, Melody Rebekah Lodge, No.
22 was 'opened with Addle Goodson,
Noble Grand', presiding. Honored
guests being introduced were Hugh ent and Itatrodgeed 'were C. W.
Lee Miek, president of the Rebekah Long anud Allesie Higbtower. Olar-
Assembbly of Florida and Dewitt ence [Mick, hiaiband o. the presi-
Crosby, Deputy Grand Master of dent -was aiso introduced'. There
the Grand Lodge of Florida, St. were 18 Past Noble Grands, Noble
Petersburg. Distinguished guests of Grands and Vice Grands ron, this
the evening were Howell. Wooten, lodge and visiting lodges ntrodue-
Jacksonville and Olive Orosby, St. ed.
Peteraburgh, Past Presidents of the
Rebekai Assembly of Florida. Ap- hall was beautifully decor-
pointive officers of the Assembly t wth. residnt's flow.es,
introduced' during 'the evening rose,. blue torget-me-nots
were: Louise Bradbord, chaplain, a' my -of t ivail. Emn ems
Jackionv lle; Flora: Long, conduc- u e ii ecoLraions were te
tor; Ora Dean, outside guardian, Moon a Seven Stars", .he
Panama City and Aliene HDEtower, Dove and' the 'Bee Hive", dis
district deputy president. Members ayeod, appropriately in one corner
of the Joint Youth Committee pres- o the room against a blue back
OPEN DAILY. 2:45 P.k.
"aATURDAY. 12:4w P.M.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
OSEMVY RE CAMP
ACOUAPtUI ROD CAMIERON MARY MURPHY
SUNDAY through WEDNESDAY ':
. PAUL NEWMAN JOANNE WOODWARD ,
: BOLDEST STORYr
IN AND OUT'
F *- "*-
-,. C"INEM ,SaC E COLOR C' DELU.X
S '..'.... MYRNA LOY .... LEON AMES'
Not Recommended for Children
ADULTS, 75c CHILDREN,
The program committee put on
a lovely courtesy in honor of the
President using her program or
.the ear .exam pitying ithe "Tree".
aioh. bzrascj stands for- a branch
fat the OZd r 'iai the trunk for
Grand Lodge 'to" hold. alr branches
together. Th-e president's ,sapeeh' on
"The' Seven R'a"' 'wa enjoyed Iby
all. Appreciation 'was epresised' by
asl "r t ..' .courtesies' -that were
Shown them whil they were 'in
'thIS area, ..
isits Theta Rho
G L' S% '.-', '" "
S.- Mrs. Hugh Lee, Vick, residentt
of the Rebekh Ah silly g -Flor-
Ida 'made her official, lyis.r to Meloa
.y dy Theta ,Rho Girl's Ol.ub Number
10, 'September 12 a tl0:00 a.m'.
The pnieeting was presided over
) by..the president of the:local club,
SDiane Bishop. The following dis-
tinguished guests were introudeed.:
Mrs. Mick, Rebekalh President;
Theta Rlho Assembly offifpers, Pat
MKCOoraniek, vice president; 'Lor-
rauine. Whfe, riglt supporter to vice
presidVt; Olaudia; McDonald, in.-
aide guandian and. Jaian Greer, dis-
trict deputy of Lyni Havene. Other'
Rebeka'h officers were, Mrs'. Ohve
Crosby and! Mr. Howell .Woten,
past residents; 'Mre. Louise,-Brsad-
S'ford, ichaplalnaI [ Ms. Flora Long,
Conductor. The Deputy Grand Mas-
ter of ,the Grand Lodge of Plorida,
DeW'i'tt tCrosby. Members of the
I Joint Youth Oomin'ittee, Mrs. Ailene
Higl oieri and C.'W.-Long. The ad-
visor irom Lyanm Haven, Mrs. Tha-
'tisa Greer, also the advisor of' mete
local club, Mrs. Flora Long, sa"
assistant advisor., Mrs. Alene High-
Mj 'A bers .-of -the -cl ub' put on a.
coiurtes, for the president using
her emblem for the year, te moon
i'and@ :seven .stars, also ithe three
linfls, o ,gdd ,Fe lyshi|p with the R.
Members ipar'tipa'tUing imn this were
Pat .McCormnick, Fran. Gunn IMary
Carolyn Lyons. Judy .Slms, Marjor-
.ie Wooltord, Mary Alice Klboumrn,
C .'Lorraine White, Judy Wiilitams,
Carolyn. Carr, Katrina Farris, San-
High Si hoo Fun Night Is Big Success;
Posts Largest Attendance Of Event
By GEORGE DUREN
Last Friday night the annual
Fun Night dance was held' at the
high school gymnasium.. The dance
was sponsored, by the Student
Council and. turned out to be one
of Mte best and most attended' '.un
rights that we have ever had.
The cheerleaders started' off the
"night 'with a ,few of the more pop-
aular yells. After their fine perform-
ance there was a request for taN-
ent from the student body in which,
'there wa's also very ood .,artici-
nation. Diane Bishop, Larry Par-
ker and David' Odum contributed
some very nice songs.
The rest of the night was spent-
dancing .and' having some ftn.
'Mr. and Mrs. Jofmi Young of 118
Blelamny Circle, Port St. Joe aa.
nuunce .the bimth o-f a ,daughter,
Sandra Jean on September 11 at
the Port St.. Joe -Municipal Hospli-
Mr. land' 'Mrs. Joe, T. Glass of We-
w'ahitchka, announce the birth o. a
baby girl, COynthia Diane on Sep-
teaiber 27 at the Maunicipal Hos pi-
Honored By Choir
The- members of the choir of the
Presbyterian Church gathered, in
the home of Mr. 'aand Mrs. Ted
Beard Thursday night to bid fare-
well to Miss Barbara Mitchell.
The choir used this means to
show their appreciation to Miss
Mitohell, who so ably directed the
choir during the summer monAths..
A lovely bracelet was presented to
Miss Mitchell as 'a token of 'love
Miss 'Mitchell returns to Flora
McDonald College in a few days
to begin her ,senior year there.
Those present at the occasion
were: Rev. and Mrs. Boyd Under-
wood', Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brown,
Mrs. R. D. Prows, Mrs. Warren Set-
tlemire, Mrs. J. E. Perritt, Mike
Kerrigan, Barbara Mitchell a-d! Mr.
and Mrs. Ted' Beard'.
The general and' executive board
dra Baxley, and Barbara Whifield meeting of th'e Presbyterian Wo-
who presented her with a monetary .'en imet, Monday with 14 present.
gift for her Home Fund. The meetingg was called' to ord or.
:Sandra BBaxley presented the by the president, Mrs. J. E. Par.
preside.i with a personal gift ritt. Reports were given, ,by the
from the olulb. Fran Gunm placed various committees with an em-
a bl- lei around' her neck ,compli- phlasis on Christian Education.
ments of ithe cib.. Scripture was read by Mrs. Law-
A 'luncheon followed at the Pres- rence Bissett Mrs. Henry Camr,
byterian J-hurch with members of beal, Mrs. Sid Brown 'and Mrs. C.
the Women of th'e Church serving W. Long.
a delirious pate lunch. The program, was closed' with the
"A repeating of the Mispah benedic-
kdvertislng does t cost-It PA'y 'tion.
SRepair or Remodel
or BUILD YOUR FLORIDA ROOM
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NHE STAR. Port StL,Joe, Florld. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1960
Mrs Violu Walters Hostess To Club 22
Clab 22 held: its regular meeting led Iby Jessie Owens, repeating
in the home of Mrs. Viols Walters, prayer. The hostess served. deli-
Wewahi'tohka, on Monday night cious refreshments of fresh peach-
wath Lois Danieli, President, pre- es, cookies and punch to the eman-
siding. Addle Goodson opened the bers present 'which were: Lots
n.eeti.ng with prayer. Daniell, Addle Goodson, Anne Ad-
After the old [business 'was taken ans, Myrl Weeks, Jessie Owens,
care of 'a study period was conduct- Lucille Williasms, Vonclflle Mill'er,
ed .by Aliene Hightower for exami- Elsie Griffi n and Altene Hightow-
nation of Distriot Deputy President er.
to ,be held in the near future. The A go, ime, V a by .
n'eeeting was closed by the 'bmiber oo ws y .
'7eu 64et j c 4e
Jarman "Evershine" leather is so easy to keep
looking new! Just a few whisks with a brush or
cloth -.. dust and dirt are gone and the lustrous,
shine restored. Think of the time and trouble'- ,
and temper you save. Come in and see .our fall
selection of Jarman shoes fashioned of this
leather with its unique water-and-
dirt-repelling qualities. Try a pair.
for long-lasting good looks. l
GOOD LUCK SHARKS IN YOUR OPENING GAME TOMORROW NITE
1960 SHARK SQUAD-Front row, left to right, Manager, Robert Mar- Robert Settlemire, Benny ,Smith., Bernie Buzzett, Joel Barbee, Steve
low, Jimmy Gainnie, Doyle Glass, Rodney Herring, David, Porter, Kennedy and Joe Whaley.
Paul Robbins, Jimmy Kent, Jinmmy Goodman, Mike Carbonneau, Back row, left 'to right, Coach Marion Craig, Fred Bowdoin,
Carl Zimmerman, Patrick McFarland, Managers, Wayne Ohilders Larry Davis, Jimmy Dawson, Bob M'unn, Jinmy Wilder, Howard'
and BilH Fite. Lovett, Courtney Martin, Wayne Stevens, Chesley Fensom, Bob
Second row, left to right, Assistant Coach Walter Wilder, Da- -Kerrigan, Donnie Young, George Boyer and Ooach Lamar Faison.
vid Nance, Genie Tindell, Olifford' Wimberly, Tommy Blacilburn, (Star photo)
MAKE A DATE TOMORROW NIGHT to attend the first football game of the 1960 season here in Port
St. Joe when the Sharks play Apalachicola. Be there and support the home team in its efforts with
Florida National Bank at Port St. Joe
Member: Federal Depositors Insurance Corporation
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MR. LOUIS MATTHEWS
will present c traveling display of new
fabrics for Custom Clothes designed by .
You are cordially invited to see this outstanding presentation.
SMEN'S & BOYS' WEAR
----- -A COLUWIA Ilt-
Member: FoiaNtoa ru
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fir THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 186,1960
FLORI)A WILIDLIFE SCRAPBOOK bitchbka, visited Monday with Ifr. l
rWilliam Earl Jones. Azelia Circle
%tfoW ro W' rI oL 'E ( WEAL Miss Dauhrice Keels left Sunday
OW O for FD to enter college for t Holds Meeting
SD 5 ,1/OLO66/975 IN/19551EVE1LE19 panied to Tallahassee by Mr,- and
0-T147r THE ANNUAL COMWERC/Alt The Azalea Circle of the Port St.
y "p/ / 1 //' 7VE -rTO FeNO6I1-E&G W,9 Mrs. Emmett DuBose of Port St. The Amie Crclue of- te Port St
IJoe.VDauOrice, du ,Go l Joe Garden. Club met at 3: 00 pm.
SYUP US0 oNA Joe.Dauhrice graduatedfrom..Gulf.-
J o o 00 ,00// [" A Sc0 / Coast Oommunity Junior College on September 8 ina the home of
lJrT HE WOF 9 )i7 )7-/ in Panama last Spring. SheMrs. Fennon Talley with Mrs. Gor-
OUT HE WH S ALEVALUE AT -T in Panama City lastSpring. Shedon Thomas as co-hostess. Ten
-A "TI'ME WAS S 1.25PR POUNP- will neter FSU as a junior. me
I WAI j / "-0- VALUE Mrs. Nettle Lee and daughter of members were present
SIfl N W i s / Honeyville were visiting friends M- Talley, te presiding char-
orLLo a2 ,ooo 7 2 000h^ here Monday. an, opened thmeeting with the
SVALUE OF O6.9 CAPTZ/.EP Mr. and Mrs. James Patterson club prayer olowed by the pre
F5 *PO' RT NOT/NCIL.U 0/5 were visiting their aunt, Mrs. Mel- sentation of er ooks. Aliounce.
QR 'O O N7 lie Bell in Graceville. ment wa smnade that a demons-tra-
A. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Amtrong tion on C(ristmnas arrangements
6 -/A i VZE and family were in GraceTvlle dur- would ibe given by Mrs. Blanchard
I,.HE5 4OEN6U,/ 7 ing the week end due to the illness of (Pensacola at t e Panama Cty
-E,1 &A 41V of Mr. Armstrong's nole, harlie Gardena enter on November 17 at
0Stokes. r 1:30 pmL CST. A Junior Work
t oe cShop will be held in Cottondale on
0" ,L Birthday Party September 17.
7 Larry Byrd, son of -Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. O. Arbogast gave a most
S" < Gene Byrd was honored on his 11thI interesting program 'on driftwood.
b-rthday September 10 with a wel- Using two of her ftaiorite pieces of
Snr roast at his home. Those who driftwood ,she made up several ar-
helped Larry celebrate were Imo- rangemn'ents showing how the same
gene, Jimmie, Glenda, Terry Floyd. piece of wood could be 'iued in dff-
L Johnnie and Sandy Linton, Wayne feren.t ways. A very outstanding
Dady, Wayne O'Brien, (Pat O'Brien, arrangement was made using her-
i ..FOUN17 /A/ 'James, and Robert Keels and, Char- ries and artificial frult. Then she
P /EH VWATTE, lie Le.wis. Those 'who were unable used the same piece of wood with
-RUOUT FLORiyPA to attend ,but sent ,gifts were Jan- a ,shell as a container for pink a.n-
F -LO R A GAiEc ANP FRGSH WATER FISH COMM t! ,N j ice Floyd adn Betty Creamw. nias and a sea amn for the back-.
SEveryone enjoyed the party and ground.
wished' Larry many more happy( MMrs. Herbere Brouillette exhibit-
; birthdays. ed an attractive arrangement of
'NEWS FROM I1n and Urm. Nina Payle vaIsited, Mis sister, Mrs. Faye Gardner in -- driftwood, shells and coral on an
Friends and relatives in Bloun.ts- Oak Grove. Leaves for School unusual wood tray. Another ar.
W tpwn Sunday. ( Mrs. Wi mie Enminer spent the BRobert Nedley left Wednesday rangement which made a good con-
RAM. ar Mr. M ge Miles and week end in Fort Walton Beach for Talt s.se wheree he is a sen- versation piece during the lnformaI
Iy n. L CREAMER I firen o. Iacon, Ga., .pent the with her daughter, Mrs. Willard ior student in Florida State Univer- discussion and refreshment period
;Phone /7-497E .. oend d.,iro parents Mr. cooper and, famly sity. He will graduate in January. was a Hallowe'en arrangement
e-e .k end'ith0 'their parents and Mr. Mioopss Robert aces Watsonois ,e on o Mr. and Mrs. made up b Mrs. Buck.;.Griffin. A'
Mr. and Mr. .riff ;Ma. W. Mes and Ms. Mss rae Watson of Wewa- I.. Nedley of this city. piece of brown dritwood was used
... ." ," ---- as a container for a crescent ar-
rangement of orange zinnias and
marigolds with a siaimese cat and
yellow candles as scessorie.
CARD OF THANKS .
We wish to affr opr thanks to
our friends in Pornt St. Joe who
were so thoughtful In our recent
Bereavement over the death of our
father, grandfather and, husband,
B. F. lunt. To those who sent
messages, floral offeringe and at-
*-tneded the- funerall. To thoe who
:~~~f 6eu-1f e/rrf6 -ae
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"Dependable, clean, and efficient." This is a brief but
accurate description of Warrengas-the concentrated fuel.
But you can describe- Warrengah fuel even better-and
y .ou have up to 25 words to do it! And a chance to win a
inter'gsiupply of Warrengas fuel!
S No cost to enter-noq obligation. Here's how-and
r good luck! .
Tips to help you win
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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
m : modern gas water heaters deliver three times as much
160* 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
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; Why should anyone use anything but Warrengas, the
Your nearby dependable Warrengas distributor is
es' t Florida Ias Co.
418 REID AVENUE
IMAIL YOUR ENTRY BLANK TODAY!
I This is my entry in the Warrengas "Home I
U Heating Contest": -
.would like to heat my home with Warrengas *
6 because I
* (A separate sheet of paper may be attached if you desire.) I
* MY NAME:
* MY ADDRESS: -
* CITY- STATE- '
WARRENGAS DISTRIBUTOR'S NAME-
MAIL TO: THE MILTON CO., P. 0. BOX 390, OKMULGEE, OKLAHOMA
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St. Joe Auto Parts
309 Williams Ave. Ph. 7.5591
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
222 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
PHONE BALL 7-4261
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
ERLMA M. BOYLES ... Manager
ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS JIMMY STEPHENS
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
EARLINE SNELL _.. .. Ladies' and Children's Readyto-Wear
GUY N. MIDDLETON ..........--- Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
The Boss Is Away But We Are
Still Selling Merchandise At Low Prices
Last week Mr. Boyles asked for a volunteer for The Tat-
tler. Well, I didn't exactly volunteer, but here I am.
Now that the boss is well on his way to 'Ole Virginia
and other assorted kin-folks residences, we're going to have
a "Boss Is Away" selling spree. Look below for a few of
the super specials.
Come into Boyles for a chance to save on everything
you buy. Someone said that "inflation is a time when you
never had it so good or parted with it so fast". Everybody
in Port St. Joe knows that at Boyles you get more quality
merchandise for every dollar you spend. That's the smart
way to beat inflation right here at home.
There are loads of specials not advertised. If you don't
see what you want advertised or hear about it over WJOE,
come in to Boyles and ask for it. It's here And now that
the boss is gone you'll be surprised at the prices. He would
too, if he only knew. Don't tell him or he'll come back to
see what's happening, and of course we all wish he and his
family a happy vacation.
GUY N. MIDDLETON
THE BOSS IS AWAY
or 2 for $11.00
Ohie, washable, stylish and at a
sal money -savitng price.
COME IN REGISTER!
Nothing To Buy Nothing But
Your :Name To Write
Chetoppa twill pants, Jtough twill
snatching shirts in grey anl tan.
Paits 28 to 50 waist sizes.
WHILE THE BOSS IS GONE
It costs so little to look Lovable
All Our Advance
,Come in and pick 'em out
HE'LL WEEP WHEN HE COMES
BACK-But now you can buy
213 pairs, finish out the season or
.save till next year. Values to $4.95.
All 'sizes. Broken styles.
sent messages of sympathy and MRS. JOHN PETERSON
thanks. To the Rev. Byron Smith F. L. HUNT
for his ereviese. May God' bless you MRS. HAROLD MOORE
all. The memory of our loving and BARBARA J. SMITH
OChristian loved, one will (be a sac- t
red memory to iall his family. Want Ads Get Resilts
MRS. B. F. HUNT ---
LET YOUR LOVED ONES AND FRIENDS CHOOSE
0 THE FLOWERS THEY WANT and the chance to take advantage .
WHEN THEY WANT THEM special seasonal values. Flora-Chequ<
come in $5, $7.50 and $10 denomina
*WHEREVER THEY ARN! i" a.d ra u .L ....... ..- --- .
Now you can give a floral gift and be
sure it's right! Send our FTD Flora-
Cheques your loved ones and
friends exchange them anytime, any-
place, for the flowers or plants they
want. Give them the fun of choosing
tions aicilu arue availableU now at our shop.
Any one of the 11,000 members of
FTD in the United States and Canada
(or 13,000 florists abroad) will redeem
them with a smile. To make something
warm and human and wonderful hap-
pen give a gift of Flora-Cheques.
Come in or phone today.
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 an 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 originality, sincerity and
aptness of thought. All entries become the property of
Warren Petroleum Corporation, producers ;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 Warrengas fuel to heat
his home for six (6) months (October, 1960 through
March, 1961). Because hoine heating requirements
vary, all contestants agree to accept our estimate of the
gallonage required to heat an average home in this area.
Si- 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.
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PHONE BAR 7-85011
1105 REEID AVENUE
WE RESERVE LIMIT RIGHTS
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING *
FLA. and GA. GRADE 'A'
FRYER LEGS 4
and FRYER BREAST -b.- -
FRYER WINGS 2 lbs. 9
TABLERITE HEAVY BEEF
Brisket Stew 89c
IGA TABLERITE -- 12 Oz. Pkg. FABLERITE HEAVY WESTERN BEEF -- ALL MEAT
Franks 39c Stew 69c
IGA TABLERITE -- PURE PORK LB. BAG rABLRITE -- FRESH GROUND 2 LBS.
Sausage 39c Beef 98c
I "- I
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
SEPTEMBER 15, 16, 17
Port St. Joe, Florida
For Your Shopping Comfort
10,000TOP VALUE STAMPS
TO BE GIVEN AWAY
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24
S iGA Crea
VALUE 1 4o5
BAKE-RITE PURE VEGETABLE
With $5.00 Grocery Order
3 Lb. Can
IGA FRESH FROZEN -- 16 OZ. PKG.
IGA ROYAL GOLD -- HALF GAL.
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IGA's PRODUCE IS F-R-E-S-H
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FRESH CROP EATING
R STAR. PorEt S Jo9 Pod* and wl regulateo4 of the birds, game, fur-bear-
THURSD/.AY, 8EP.TEMBER 15, ing animals id fresh-waterlish-'of the State
of Florida,. and the acquisition, establish-
ment, control and management, of hatch-
LEGAL ADVERTISING series, sanctuaries, refuges, reservations, and
all other property now or hereafter owned
or used for such purposes by the State of
N(IICE OF ELECTION Florida, shall be vested in a commission to
Voted. On Novmeber 8, 1960 be known as the Game and Fresh Water
.WHEREAS .The. Legislature of '1969, u- Fish Commission. Such commission shell
proposed Constltutional Amedments To B consist of five (5) members, one from eay
der e Constitution of 1865 of the State 61f Congreslonal district, as existing on January
.Florida, did pass Joint Resolutions Propos- 1, 1941, who shall be appointed by .the
ing amendments to the Cobstitution of the cabinet. The members so appointed shall
State ol.Florida, aLd the same were agreed annually select one of their members as
to by a vote of three-fifths of all the mem- chairman of the commission.
hers elected to each house; that the votes (2) -The first members of the commis-
of said Joint Resolutions were entered upon sion shall be appointed on January 1, 1961,
their respective Journals, with the yeas and and shall serve respectively for one (1),
nays thereon,. and they did determine and two (2), .three (8), four 4) and five (5)
direct that theapaid Joint Resolutions be sub- years. At the expiration of each of such
'mitted to the" electors of the State at the termas, a successor shall be appointed to
General Election on November 8, 1960. serve for a term.of five (5) years.. "
NOW; THEREFORE, I, R. GRAY, (8) The members of -the 'Commission.
Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do snail receive no compensation for their serv-
hereby- give notice that a ices, but each Commissioner shall receive
GENERAL ELECTION per diem as provided by law while attend-
will beheld in each county in Florida on mg meetings or business in connection with
Tuesday next succeeding the first Mon.ry the discharge of his official duties, and mile-
in Novmeber, A. D,, 1960, the said Tuesd.y age as provided by law.
belpg the EIGHTH DAY OF NO EilE (5) The Commission shall appoint, and
for the ratification or rejection of the eid -at pleasure remove, a suitable person, as Di-
Joint Resolutions proposing Amendmencs to rector, and such Director shall have such
the Constitution of the State of Flo-ida, vyi: power and duties as may be prescribed by.
NO.1 the Commission in pursuance of its duties
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1601 A under this section. Such Director shall,
JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend- subject to the approval of the Commission,
ment of Subsections (1),. and (2) of appoint and at pleasure remove assistants,
Section 5 of Article V of the Consti'u- and other employees -who shall have such
tion of the State of Florida relative to the powers and duties as may be assigned to
number, and organization of the district them by the Commission or the Director.
S.courts of appeal and the number of judges No Commissioner shall be eligible for any
for each district court of appeal 'and the such appointment or employment.
compos Itiol of the district courts of ap- (6) The funds resulting from the opera-
pe.al for 'the consideration of eases. tron -of the Commission and from the ad-
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the ministration of the laws and regulations per-
State. of Florida: training to birds, game, fur-bearing animals,
That the following amendment of subsec- fresh-water fish, reptiles, and amphibians,
tions (1) and (2) of Section 5 of Articll V together with any other funds specifically
of the Constitution of the State of Florida provided for such purpose shall be deposited
relating to !the number and organization of with the state treasurer to a fund designated
the district courts of appeal and the number tne State Game Fund, and shall be used by
of judges for each district' court of appeal the Commission in carrying out the provi-
and the composition of the district courts of sions hereof and for no other purposes. The
appeal for the consideration of cases is here- Commission shall not obligate itself beyond
by agreed -to and shall be submitted to .tthethe current resources of the State Game
electors of the State-of Florida for ratifica7- Fund unless specifically authorized by the
tion or rejection at the general election to legislature. The Commission, as a. state
be held on the first Tuesday after the, first agency, shall submit a budget estimate of
Monday in November, A. D. 1960, fiat is the amounts needed in.the operation of the
to say: Said subsections- shall be ameniRd Crmmmnison for approval by the legislature
and as amended shall read ad' follows:, tnroughL the Budget Commission as provided
Section 5, District Court, of Appeal.- 'y general law.
(1) APPELLATE DISTRICTS. The state
shall be divided-into three appellate dis- NO. 4
tricts of contiguous counties as the Legis. SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 784
- lature may prescribe, and there shall be A JOINT RESOLUTION amending Section
organized a district court of appeal in each 15 of Article IX of the Constitution of
district. .- the State of Florida, providing for the
S(2). ORGANIZATION; NUMBER AND allocation of excise taxes collected by the
SELECTION OF JUDGES. There shall state or under its authority from the op-
initially -be. three judges of each district eration of pari-mutuel pools.
court of appeal. The Legislature ma 'pro- Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the
Side not* more than two additional; .judges State of Florida:
for any district court of appeal and may re- Thatjthe following amendment of Section
duce the number for any district to not leas 15 of Article IX of the Constitution -of the
than three. Three judges shall consttute Sr t of Florida be and the same is hereby
panel for and' shall consider each case, and agreed to and shall be submitted to the
the conedrrence of a majority of the panel electors of the State of Florida for approval
shall .be necessary to a decision. The court or rejection at the general election to be
'shall hold at least one session every year in held in November, 1960, or at any special
each judicial circuit within the district genreal election held prior to that date:
wherein there is ready business to transact. SECTION 15. Allocation of excise taxes.
.t' -;-Not less than forty-five per cent (45%)
NO. 2 of allexcise taxes levied and collected by
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION ,NO. 813 the State, or under its authority, from the
SA JOINT" RESOLUTION proposing an operation of pari-mutuel pools shall 6be al-
amendment to Article VI, Section 2 of located and distributed in equal parts to
the State Constitution, to provide for the several counties of the State.
original absentee registration of electors -
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the NO. 6
State of Florida; : A JOINT _RESOLUTION, proposing an
'That article VI, section 2 of the state amendment to Article XVI of the State
constitution be amended as follows, is here- Constitution, relating to location of coun-
b) agreed to and shall be submitted to the ty officers, by adding, two new sections,
electors of th1 state for ratification or rejec- numbered 4'B and 40, providing for jury
lion at the general election of November trials ot civil su;ta ij' crtar, munkipall-
1960: ties within Volut'a .1 Highlands
SECTIuN Registration- of electors.- counties,
The legislature, at its first session.after the Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the
ratification of this constitution, shall provide State of Florida:
by 'law for the registration of all the legally That Article XVI of the state constitution
qualified voters in each county, and for the be amended as follows, is hereby agreed to
returns, of elections; and shall also ptrvide and shall be submitted to the electors of the
that'after the completion, from time to time, state for ratification or rejection at the gen-
of' such registration, no person not: duly reg- eral election of 1960, by addition of a new .
istered according to law shall be allowed.to section to be numbered 4B to. Aticle XVI
vote. -.. ; of the constitution of the state of flui.,ia,
The 'legislature may provide for the regis-1 as follows: w
tration of eleitoks who are members of the-' SECTION 4B. Civil jury trials in Volusia
armed forces, and their spouses, living lXnt- county;. location in certain municipalities
Si.Jr tr,' terntormil limas, of- the state, .within.-said County.-The legislature may,
.L Iom tie to tme ana a tie buiness',uf
NO. y ""* -" 'i,.Vui ount2 maf.rreinu.. .j.lve -at
COMMITTEE SUBH ITUTE FOR trial by jury df all civil auits,'properl?"t.Li.
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 883 able by jur) according to la., ma) be ha-d
A. JOINT RESOLUTIOlt proposing an and held\tu addiLion to the council srat in
amendment to the Conat.rution of Florida Ml y nia pality, within said county, de-
by amending Section 30, Subsections (1), signated by any ciredilt judge of the 7th
(2), (3), (5) and d) of Artele IV re. judais l creuit u Tne legalatare may. pro-
latumg to tii. GCame n,] Fresh Water Pith nde also that the clerk of any court or
Commnaaun: powers and dansc, etc. any other court officer, within said county,
Be It Reserved by the Legislature of the shall maintain such offices within such muni-
State of Florida: cipality, and. have available such official
That the following amendment to Article books and records therein, as may be nee-
IV, of the Constitution of Florida amending essary to accomplish the purposes of this
subsections 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 of Section amendment; provided, however, that the
30, is hereby agreed 'to and shall be principal offices of such clerks or other
submitted to the electors of Florida for ratl- officers shall not be removed from the
,-". fleationi or rejection at the general 'election county seat.
to be held in'Novembei, 1960 or at any Be It Further Resolved by the Legislature of
special general election held prior to that the State.of Florida: .
d4te: That Article XVI of the state constitution
SECTTON 30. Game and fresh water fish be amended as follows, Is hereby agreed to
commission; powers and duties, etc.- and shall be submitted to the electors of the
(1) From and after January 1,. 1961 state for ratification or.rejection at the gen-
the management, restoration, conaervarion er. election of 1960, by addition of a new
S '.. "- actionn to be numbered-40 to Article XVI
of -the constitution of the state of Florida, as
F P T SECTION 40. Civil jury trials in High-
FOR EXPERT lands county; 'locatloh in certain munici-
IE ri| *' |palities within said' county.-The legislature
Snjay f rom time to time and as the business
EiI of Highlands county may require, provide
that trial by jury' of all civil suits, properly
"and table by jury according to law, may be had
and .. and held in addition to the county seat in
.-on. C n r any municipality within said .county, desig-
IC-tr c g nstcd by any circuit judge of the 10th judi-
cial circuit. The legislature may provide also,
that the clerk of any court or any other
.S court officer, within said county, shall
IT.S maintain such offices within such munici.
pality, and have available such official books
and records therein, as may be necessary t,
accomplish the purposes of this amnendme.it;
W AL LEL EL E Ci provided, however, that the principal offices
of such clerks or other-oagilers shall not br
WALLELEa C.TRIC "removed froni the county seat.
CUIVMNil l HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1073
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an
amendment to Article XVI of the Consit-
a.,l DA II l4tution of Florida by adding thereto an
UIAL BAI 7-4331 additional section to be numbered by the
... .' Secretary of State 'authorizing the Coun-
ty of Brevard to hold civil jury trials in
-- any branch court house within the county.
'. Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the
.. o State of Florida:
'* Ai Amll : 1 That the following amendment to Article
S *" B A XVI of the Constitution of Florida be added
-.T.. i 'Iflr -ard numbered by the secretary of state and-
S* L gbe submitted to the electors of -the State of
rM i~P r A 1-- F.orida for ratification or rejection at the
S.. i IBinbU 1_-11 1 I general election of November, 1960:
"~. UI ll CH W Section. --- Civil iury trials in branch
-. court houses In Brevard county.-Oivil
l/ "' trials by Jury may be held as provided by
3T 1 |- ._, law in designated branch court houses with-
111 ^in Brevard County. All records of any civil
-0r trial conducted in any such branch court
6 6 6 A houses shall be filed in the main court house
smntO ataC at the county seat.
'ril ri l r ^ i =IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
l* IlR l ILL heeunto set my hand and affixed the Great
m u nTLl r Sel of the State of Florida at Tallahassee,
R. A. GRAY,
Secretary of State. 2t-9-8
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THE StAlt, Part Joe, Ma. TrHUqSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,19860 be shown 'that faeeipeet to reator- he esold,
ity does not conflict wit&' freedomP Bailey fti1 that d -o&gools a to
S.nts (proper perspective." Iencourage eam.ing instead' of Im. In ju rin-1
Schools Ha's Duty ToDO D Mond Praises Youth Groups i hibiting it, they must be organized
Schools Has Duty To Demand -- vo" +- o++* JoJ
In meetings with youth groups in such a manner as to encourage
respect Of Children T Authority irecentyea Bailey said he had each individual to moe his own
s'pec .b een.repressed, oith their eriou pace toward goals appropriate for School bells are ringing in For-
ness of purpose and dedication to him. ida these days. But not for the
TALLAHASSEE State School demonstrations such as -in .New. the Idael of Improvisg society. 2 .600 school children whosuferel
Sept. Thomas D. Bailey said this port, R. I., recently. He id hey rebel athe ouh He said that to accomplish this accidental eye injuries during e
week American educators -have a "The license to do.as one please- 'oft being denied certain .books, pam- there must be an accelerated gui- past year, according to Mrs. Ro.-
reponi biity to demand of st.- from time to time should not be phiets or. written articles because dancee land, coulnleing program in ert S. Baynard, state chairman of <
dents respect for authority. confused with freedom -to act in some adults disagree with the au- 'the schools together with adaminis- the Liorida' Society for the Prevne- j
Writing for the Florida Schoul accordance with accepted and au- thors. trators aware of such needs. tion of Blindness.
Pulletin, Balley said he had become thoritative codes of good conduct Bailey said, -the remedial reading "These children are forced to re-
concerned over news accounts of for the benefit of he majorityy" "We must guide our youth .into program conducted, last summer as main on the sidelines---te products
youths who are acting in a revolu- he said. proper channels by proper supre- part of the summer enrichment pro- of needless tragedies," Mrs. Bay-
'onary manner in Japan, Mexie :. "It is the climate of ed taioial- vision and understanding with due gram disclosed a targe.precentage nard stated, "more tragic as the
and other countries, and of youtn responsibility that students need to n and a recognition of retarded readers. realizationn that an even greater
n their independent eof adulthood," Volusia. County reported that in number of youngster% are threaten-
ed -with eight Tlos or Impairment
from accidents in the next 12
months, unless an intense canialagn.
for eye safety is undertaken iam-
n..m .mmm. .mn.mnn.n .mmnmmmmm mA chileys d's e yesa retruly his most
S-priceless possession, and' accidents
jeopardize them constantly. Lalls
SYou couldn't pick a better time to cause more than half of all serious
CHOICE DEALS ON deal with your Chevrolet dealer, eye injuries. Poltde sticks, ows
CHOX^ICE DEA -ONw saind, arrows, sang-shots, BB guns,
AMER-ICA'S FIR T. He's winding up a wing-ding of a ,ireworks and sharp-edged n toy- B o.
S/AMERICAtS FIRST selling year and he's out to keep his counted for another major share.
*Most of these incidents occur dur-
CH O ICE CA R o '60 models moving fast- right up to ing unsupervised recreation. A sig-
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a test of 124 mnith graders, 49 per
cnet were retarded one year or
more in reading, 36 per cent two
years and' 10 per cent three yar.
S"lMe report stressed the condl-
tion- as deplorable when 58 per cent'
of next year's seniors will be defi-
S-. .:cient in reading," he said.
S. "We can rehbiit te a hi g per
L % centage f t hese etarded readers
If e put forth the effort. The aibl
SLiip 11esary for quality education on the
.he... e part of our Children and youth."
Bel Air 7 -Door Sedan-you'vre got this one plus
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es Needless Tragedy
September is "SIGHT SAVING
MONTH" and the Florida Society
tor the Prevention of Bnlidness
urges Floridiams to help eradicate
needless loss of sight. No time
0ould be more appropriate for the
inauguration of an eye satety cam-
,aign here n. Florida.
"Teach your child 'to be safety
conscious. limaprove your own ef-
orts to prevent eye ccldent&a Re-
-member, your child depends on- you
to protect his eyes and his tu-
utre," emphasijed Mrs. Baymiat.
VISITOR HONORED BY COKE
PARTY AT HURLBUT HOME
Miss Bootsey Randall was hon-
ored with a Ooke party Mondy aof-
ternoon, by Mrs. M. K. Hurliut at
226 8th Sbtreet. Mm. Frances Wal-
ker assisted Mrs. Hiurlbut in' serv-
ing, and entertaining 25 guests who
called during the appoint hours.
*dve*,tlnae Dosn't CoIt it PAY&
THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
-- WELCOMES YOU -
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M.
EVANGELISTIO SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday)
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
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"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION __ 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner 1ong Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned For Yor Comfort
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third: St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .9:80 AM.
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 Witt, Us"
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
John C. Carmichael, Pastor
Pert Ot. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship __ 6:14 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11.00 a.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.
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Sf. whooping cough. Last year, only 310 children
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Coast Hlway 98
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THU RSDAYI-eEPTEMBER 15.
friends 'and enjoy hDous 'of safe,
pleasant recreation iat Jolly Golf,
,'0 'afnsive sootbali in score. The
defending champion Bulldogs s would i Florida',s newest and' most com-
present their most exciting back- ,plete fun spot,.
field since Charley Trippi and Leaves for School
Frankie 'Sinkwidh were in harness I
Francis. Tarkenton, :a truly great! David MNsselwhit e left this week
quarterback, halfbacks, Fred Brown to begin his studies 'at OChipola
and' B'obby Walden and fullbacks Junior College in, Mexiama.
1960 FORD SELLOUT
ALL 1960 FORDS SET TO GO
HIGH AS 00
New Cars Priced asi ow as $1915
322 MONUMENT AVE.
Wayne Taylor Being Counted On for
Heavy Duty With U. of Ga. Grid Team
Atlanta, Georgia newspapers give Bill Godfrey and Wayne Taylor
forth with the opinion that Port St. f o r m an outstanding striking
Joe',s Wayn'e Taylor will be one of force."
the backs that will carry the Geor-
gia Bulldogs to another successful Golf
rear on the gridiron. Jolly Golf Open
Taylor saw a 'good bit of action
ast year and gave a good account Through Fall
The Georgia scribes apparently
pin the Bulldog's hopes for the 1960 Recognizing the continued need,
season on the experience and. capa- 'of safe, pleasant recreation for all
bilities of the ,backs. in, all phas.as members of the 'family to enjoy,
Ht the game. Jolly Golf Fun Oenter on Highway
Harry iMehre, Atlanta Journal 98 at Mexico B'aech announces that
'ootlball analyst had this .bo say in its play facilities will remain, open
Sunday's Journal and Constitution: during the all, months.
"The 1960 Bulldogs will score ana The Fun Center will be open
Believe quite often. The backfielua 'daily from 6 p.m. 'to 12 midnight.
)f Tark-enton, Fred Brown, Bobby On Satuidays, .Sundays and' holi-
Walden 'and Bill Godfrey or Wayne 'days, play ho1urs* "w'11 i be from 12
Paylor has just 'about 'everything noon to 12 midnight.'
o unravel the multitude of defens- Rain or shine, Jolly Golf will ,be'
's which will be tossed, at them- 'the area'6s headquarters for whole-
ipeed, passing, power, great kick-, s~ m1e 'indoor 'and 'outdoor recrea-
ig and .experience. tion for all age groups.
"Defensively, Georgia will not be Miniature -golf,, bowling, iskilil
.s sharp as a year ago, Ibi't I be- ball, baseball 'and ,other interesting
ieve they will offset this some -by games will offer enjoyment and
coring more, 'and 'as the season pleasure to 'everyone, 'children,
'rogresses the 'defense 'will grow teenagers 'and grownups. Popular
stronger with experience." julke box music for dancingn' and-
Constitution sports editor Jesse listening will make for added en-
)utiar said in the same paper: joyment.
n ,... %- Bring the family, (bring .your
pital and: W. P. Comforter for their
thougih'tiful consideration, flowers
and calls during my recent illness.
Mrs. Frances S helihonsoe
James' Gems. .
LJI4AI lJ01LDNY GIVE 1 GOWf
At the Bus Station
Phone your order In and It
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PHONE BAI 7-5431
Don't Throw Away
Your Old Furniture
your faded, torn and worn
Red's Trim Shop
Corner Second and Reid
Re-evaluation is needed most by the school system which
is now getting the maximum amount of millage allowed them
under the law. Gulf's low evaluation is the villian in the school
money shortage. A mill just doesn't yield enough money because
of the low evaluation.
Re-evaluation has its deficit side too. The County Com-
mission and Tax Assessor would still be allowed their millage
limits by law, which could work a hardship on the individual tax-
payer. But, we contend that with re-evaluation, the people of
the county would take a closer interest in what their money is be-
ing spent for, in their new role as tax payers, and would put a
check on needless spending. Also, such a situation would take
the county commission elections out of the category of "popu-
larity contests" and place them back in the category where they
CARD OF THANKS MRS. NINA GOODMAN
We 'wish to take this opporbun- Mr. and, Mrs. TOM LEVINS
ity to tank our many friends, and
the nurses and doctors, especially Week End Guests
Dr. Joe Hendrix, for their 'kind- Mrs. Jim HIurlibut and daughter
nesses during 'the sickness and re- Carol of Auburn, Ala., were the
cent death of our beloved' mother, guests. Saturday of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Mary Levins. Wayne Buttraan.
-MRS. CARL DEES
MRS. JAMES BASS Want Ads Get Results
MRS. LONNIE GAY x
MRS. MINNIE GAY Advertising Doesn't Cost >t PAYS
Sixth Street Rev. Boyd B. Underwood, Minister
WORSHIP SERVICES .-
u ,\ CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
,' i Morning Worship 11 AM
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP. 7:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 8 PM
S,, -Prayer Service, Wednesday 8 00 P.M.
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Class Re-organizes THE STAR I
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
SThe home of. Mrs. J. R. Silltih, By The Star Publishing Company
1117 Garrison Avenue, was the sett- WEaSU R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
r ing or a delightfl party Tuesday, Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
eI eptember 13. Mrs. Flora Long was Reader and Bookkeeper
in. ch ageof tihe entertaimnent aant ONE YEAR, $.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MON.THS $127.50
-tihe grotp enjoyed a .variety oi. lr. SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
terestialg games. Themnotive of Ij.i_ Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
arty s to ora, n t W Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
party was to reoranize the DIAL BALL 7-3161
men's Bible 0lass and' set up some
objectives. TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for sudh
New officers for next year wili advertisement,
be, Mrs. Boyd Underwood, presi- The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
dent; Mrs. W. L. Brown, vice presi- weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word :boroughly. oonvinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
dent; Mrs. R. D. Prows, secretary-
Refresmewesredto the Re-evaluation Gains New Support
following Mrs. Boyd Underwood, '
Mrs. E. Prott, rs. Eete It is gratifying to see that after several editorials, on the
Beaman, Mrs..'C. W. Long, Mr'.
Austi M'allett, Mrs. W. L. Bown, subject in The Star that the people of Gulf Cotnty are beginning
i Mrs. R. D. Prows, Mrs. Bob Edge to investigate the possibility of re-evaluating real estate property
and Mrs. Tom Mitchell and the in Gulf County for. tax purposes. The first concrete step was
Ilhostess, Mrs. John R. Smith. taken in this direction Monday night, when the Port St. Joe Cham-
-b_ ,er of Commerce expressed enough interest in the project to in-
Softalll Team ,ite a man from a county that had re-evaluated, to speak to them
at their Monday night meeting on the pros and cons of the re-
Ha .R bnrcu-el-... evaluation.
H -, Durwood Johnson, one of the leading citizens of Quihncy
The Dixie Darling Woga's reiterated what we have been stating in these columns for the past
Softball Team, and 'their families year or so--re-evaluation won't hurt a bit. Johnson verified the
enjoyed a ,baribeoue -Taset Sactirday fact that' when fully explained and investigated'by responsible
evening (at the OenrennIal Btilding, people, that the citizens are for. it. As a matter of-fact :he said
The dinner was' served. buf et the first year of Gadsden's re-evaluation, only five people appeared
styte and' was enjoyed rby the o1- before the County Board to protest their tax valuation and ex-
lowing: Mr. and 'Mrs. Waylon Gra-
hwm; Mr. and Mrs. T. 0.. Smith' aminations showed that there were inequities. Johnson said that
and family, Mr. ,and :Mis. Hermin the people of Gadsden County were glad to pay their share as
Striplang and ,family, Mr. and Mrs. long as they knew that their neighbor was paying his share. We
James- Burns and family Mr. and have contended and still contend that this same situation would
M.rs. Benton. Hamnmand.:amily, Mr. also exist here in Gulf County with such a move to put pro-
and Mrs. RaffieMld, Mr. and. Mrs.
Peavy MmMrs. aa Tfl Mr.-and.riMtir.e"perty on the rolls at a decent valuation.
Lightfoot and; Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Just what will re-evaluation do for our county?
Chino Martin, Ola Jean Silva and First and foremost it will provide the agencies of the coun-
fam'ily, Mr. and Mrs. Herman- Ardi ty with' the means of obtaining the money to provide the --ser-
aad Jackie and Mr. and Mrsa. H. L vices that the people of this county need. Most of all, it will aid
Harriso. the county schools to have the money necessary to provide for
the ever-growing school needs in Gulf county. One such need
Elementary is to be found in new classrooms at the Port St. Joe High School
where the buildings are filled to capacity and approximately
Lunch ROOm MenU twice as many new pupils will report to the school next term as
will graduate this term.
Port St. Joe Elementary School A re-evaluation will also attract new industry and new
Monday, Septmeber 19 jobs to Gulf County. How? By providing an attractive low mill-
Barb.ecued. pork, rlee. ,snap 1beaar, age rate. By showing that Gulf County citizens are willing to
celery sticks, white bread and mndlk.
Tuesday, September 20 pay their own way in all things. By showing that Gulf County
Spicd, han etices, .lackeye peaS, is a growing county. Nothing attracts new business like appar-
tossed salad, slced p1eachles, ahot ent success and financial growth. And who can say that Gulf
rolls and milk. ;' 4 County appears to be a healthy growing area .with a valuation, on
- Wednesday,. Seaember M21 t- he bboks 'of $12,000,000.00? It ought ito be atrleast three times
Hot dogs, potato salad, cabbage that much.
slaw, cherry pie and milk.
Thursday, September 22 What will re-evaluation mean to your pocketbook?
Liver, brown gravy, ries, surnp It will mean that you will have to pay county taxes if your
greens, carrot sticks, cor- n e&t, home is average to those in Port St. Joe. It won't be much, but
purple pluims and naiUk. you will have to pay taxes. Just how much your taxes would be
Friday, Septembir e3 would be governed by the percentage of valuation and the mill-
Ma, roa'iad che-esr phitker aie age levied. At any rate, taxes on the individual home would be
peas, sliced tomatoes, parker hoTuse
rolls, fruit salad and mOik. well under $50.00 per year on the average home. But take into
_----_-_----_ consideration the fact that each time you make a house payment,
CARD OF THANKS a certain amount' is included for taxes. You would not be re-
I wish to thank my many friends, quired to lay out any more money--unless you are among the
the prearsonnel vof t he -Muemicipal Hog- nr;ivleed few wnho have their -homes lraid for
un. Ie nome rront, u-eorgia ana
'ech fans apparently have plenty I
POFR AALl & i* ote TV A tf P0t 8ALB: 7.Kom homa b o 2 hI4 8pn4 W6k E9d in Gorgl4
.te=na. l7 00. Phon$ e t I... l 4 2~nt artment Atlsdmim -o--Mr. d GeoQee opw -
B- -' t 7-2081. Sto* -84 M obmer ot. -Ooivenlnt to o -n
JtI -.. A* tORo school. wite bo- 279, Potr st Joe, .e-t .ny 814 Monday in Ocato,
FOR SALE. 'tB bdO.Knd inth* Georgia.
Ing chair. First good offer takes CHILDCRAFT WORLD BOOK i. -
"iB fti. Phone 7-8896 after 5 p.m Itc cyclopeida. For into itio di Call
rA1 7-2351 4tp-9-15 NOTICE TO: Edna Caroline
TAKE UP PAYMENTS on 1960 -. Aechtel, whose place of residence
'leetside Chevrolet pickup. $56.18 FOR SALE: 25' dAboard boat with is, 3218 McMichael Street, Phila-
mo. for 34 months. Have $600 in it. Chevrolet engine. Marine trans- delphia, Pennsylvania.
Loe G. Birgenheler, Box 205, City. mission. Phone 7-7911. 4p-8-18 On or ,before the 3rd day of Oc-
S CHRISTMAS CARDS: Oveia' 350 tober, A,D., 1960, the defendant,
hFOR SALE:. Second nd space name imprinted cards, business Edm-s Caroline Bechtel de reqaitsed
heater, electric range and wash- and peronalio choose rom' t a to serve upon Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
l ~ n machine. All in good operat10% -discout .if selected before Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address
iug condition. Phone 9-2521. let October 1. Come by or call Mrs.. is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
FOR SALE: Cotin operate. sei- JacquelynD K. Quarle, 209 nth Fiorida, a copy of and file with the
service laundry. Doing good busi- Poe. 9-1691. 5c-9-1 Clerk of said Court, the original of
Use OUr consistently ness. Owner has other interestr. ATTENTION MAN OR WOMIAN: alanswer to the Bill of Complaint
fine Prescription Service- reason for selling. sma down,.pay- I Serve comusners with: Rawteib TS h oic
entalwaystfairprices balance inaned for t inGulf ty. Musthaveseal of said Court at W hthka,
alWays at fair prices at 6%. Call Mr. Baker, Apaih dere to earn $100 per week and Gulf County, Florida, is 29th ,ay
Motel, Apalachicol t9-15 p. See H. H. Benson, Copas-of August, A.D., 190.
FOR SALE Lake oir rr -RBawlegth'd s Dept. GEORGE Y. CORE
PRESCRIPTIONS 1 almost new blonde cabinet o- FAI-100-27, Memphis, Tenn., 3t-91 Clerk C roult Court
del sweing machine, $150.00 cash. MOVING AND STORAGE Across (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-9-1
ARE THE. HEART Cost over $300.00. town or across the naitim Ag-
1 f I nice oa rubber mattress nnts for Mayflower. Call us or see IN THE CIRCUIT -COURT
OF OUR BUSINESS mateh ma box sprigs, $75.00 ,u for free estimates. SURPLUS OF THE FOURTEENTH
S cash. Cost over $200.00. SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Mon- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
1 almost new high fidelity record ument Ave. Phone 7-4051. 4tc-8-18 FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
player and records, portable, $35.00 BUY scrap material. Durex GULF COUNTY, IN CHAN-
-" a! H cash. Cost $69.95. iE BUY scrap materiall. Durex CERY. NO 1694. .
1 parakeet and large cage, $8.00. Scrap Miaterial Co., offer you ST. JOE LOAN COMPANY, INC.
Free Parking cost $18.00. i"estca o p i prices ,eear Paid i a Florida Corporation,
Pood used clothing: dresses, this area. Load up your scrap and a Floi t
Drive-In Window Service suits, sweaters. Nice rain coat. head toward Durex. We buy all oldt ..,
.; n size 13 and 14. Shoes, size 6M-.' oars, tin, steel;.cast iron and all GEORGE GANNm,
buzzetts Drug Store Nice oil paintings., etal. Pailo Alto'I and 17th St., Defendant.I
317 Williams Ave. CALL 648-4245 Paname a Cety.-- hone PO 3-5382. NOTICE OF SALE
Port St. Joe, Florida L "Od : LE ":R-8-d .Notice is ere given at .ur-
FOR SALE: 3 .bedroom concrete -FOR YOUR WATKINS Products suant to final decree of foreclosure
block house. Large Florida room. needs call 9-1195 or write W. L. 'entered in. the case of ST. JOE
Call Bruce Dwiggine, BARl 7-2296. Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe. LOAN COMPANY, INC., plaintiff,
615 Marvin Ave. tfc-5-26 vs. GEORGE GANNIE, defendant,
ACd i hI A. .. -- now pending in the Circuit Court ot
.SSB allCU A FOR SALE: At Mexico Beach, 2 CARPORTS, screen porches, pa- Gulf County, Florida, in chancery,
FOR RENT: Gulf Service Station. bedroom house. Nice work shop,D i ', a.nd cabanas. For free esti- I,. George Y. Core, Olerk of said
Apply at St. Joe Motor Co. Pot large carport. Ceramic op double c Ph Court, will. on September 26, 1960,
St. Joe, Fla. tf-4-14jsink,' plenty of cupboards. Phone n at: '1.0-00 clock A. M., Central
1648-4122, Mrs. Buokloh. ttc-8-12: 7-3974.. -. .. .-- to-25 Standard Time, at the front door of
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom the Futf Oounty Courbhouse, We-
attractively furnished apart- CHAIN LINK FENCE: For tree ELECTROLUX Vicuum Cleaners wahitchka, Florida, sell at public
ments. Cool in summer, warm in estimate-call C. W. LonxI..BAll and. floor polishers Sales and sale property described as follows:
winter. Gas heat, window fans. 7-3974. o-7-28 service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Me- One (1) Frigidairrefrigerator,
They have to be seen to be appro- FOR. SALE Clellea Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone serial No. 89A34602,
dated. Also nice Trailer parking Three bedroom house with For-. l 7-3781 tfc One (1) Steel Electric Guitar,
pace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9138. Wi- ia room on Marvin Avenue. Pur- NOTICE ne (1) Singer Sewing Madhine,
maco. Lodge Aparuments and Trail- ch owner's equitya nd a me s u Obe IE One .(1) Studebaker pick-up
not beiresponsbleforan y truck.
er Park, White City. .tfe-6-2 existing mortgage on balance. 'debts charged to me other than Dted tis 14th day of Septean
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. A large wto bedroom, house on those made by myself personagy. A. D., 1960. 4,day eem-
Call Mrs. Paul Farmer, BAll 'Garrison with large carport and Effeetive this date, August 25, 1960. GEORGE Y. CORE
7-2565. tfe-Jl-7 utilityy room.Oak floors. I BERT HALL 4te-8-25 Oter ofE Y.ritt Court
New concrete block three bed, Clerk of. Circuit Court
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- room house at St. Joe Beach. Has EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
ed apartment, upstairs. Water large living room, screened porch Buford Griffin; Phone 7-7011 for GOVERNMENT
furnished. $35.00 mo. Phone 7-8642, and carport. 1ick expert service: tfe SURPLUS SALES
inquire at 1904 Garrison Ave. tfc -A large new home overlooking IF YOU ARE INTERESTED LE
St. Joseph's Bay. Approximately saving money 8ee us for anything NOW anyone 0 can buy DIRECT
FOR RENT: Small furnished ap- 2,000 ssq. it. of living area plus over- youi need in your home. STOP and from U. S. GOVERNMENT SUR-
artment. Dining-bedroom, kitchen size .two car garage andi utility SWAP SHOP. PLUS DEPOTS, by mail for your-
and bath. Phone 9-1301. 'tp room. Central air conditioning and self or for resale. Cameras, binoc-
Rheat. Eight rooms, two complete FOR SALE:, 25 foot cabin cruiser ulare, cars, jeeps, trucks, boats,
FOR RENT: 3 unutrnished houses baths, oak floors. I .with 65 hp motor. Sleeps two, hardware, office machines and
at St. Joe Beach. 1 3-bedroom We ca assist you in financing head, :galley, -$1200.00. See B. Roy equipment, tents, tools and tens.
and 2 2-bedroom. See I. W. Duren any of the above homes. Gibson or.;call BAli 7-5771. of-thousands of other items ait a
or phone 7-3171 or 7-5511. tfc-8-12 FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY I EGAL ADVfERTISINraction of: their original cost.
221 Reid Ave. Phone BAII 7-3491 LEGAL ADVERTISING Many ftems brand' new. For list
FOR RENT: Furnished and' unfur- IN THE CIRCUIT COUR.T of hlundredso U. S. Government
nished houses. $35.00 per mo. and FOR SALE: Beach property at St. -L GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. Surplus Dpeoas, located -.in every
up.. B ,ach lots for sale, $9.98 down, Joe Beach. Three furnished cot I, Chao-ery. State and overseas -with. pamphlet
balance easy. Call 648-4352 or BAll tages on four, ots. Que lot n Oor- ROBE.RT ALL.N BECHTEL *How Government Can Ship Direct
7-7771. tfc-9-I 'ner.' Separately or as nit. Call P.alnti~, To You," plUh iprocedareas HOW
648-4299. 4t7'2a8 v' f. TO BUY and how to get FREE
(R RENT: New 3-bderoon it r- DNA CAROLINE BE9CHTEL ,0 SURPLUS, mail $2.00 .to SURPLUS
wished '*iouse at" St. -Joe Beach. FOR SALE I Defenda55 SALES INFORMATION SERVICES
$75.00 .m6. See Bil Oarr or call 320 acres of woodland. 4 miles *-DIVORCE Box No.' 1838, Wash 13, D.' C. tf
7-8111. tc-9-1 South of Wewahltchka. Planted..- --
FOR.RENT: U u .ih ed 2..e e- with pines, 3 years old. Priced tor
FOR RENT: Ulnurnisilhed 2 bed- good investment.
rooan house. 509 9th St. Oall Mrs. -3 acres of waterfront property
Beamaan. Phone 7-2541. itoc-9-8 located on Creek that flows nto .
SIdeal for fish camp or retirement I '
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished home.
.house at St. Joe Beach. $60.00 1-10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one :
mo. Call 7-7521. 2tp block. Priced for good investment.
-Nice home located on Hunter
FOR RENT: Unfurnished, nice Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath,- deep l
small' 2 bedroom house. Conven- 'well pump, situated on 2 lots. 6% -
ient to town 'and school. Phone years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal-
9-1681. Phillip Lewis. toe ance on VA mortgage at '$57.00
FOR RENT: Downstairs apartment 3 bedroom house at Warnd Ridge.
furnished. 1505 -Monument Ave. Naenly new, ptoed, to sell. .. I ,
Phone 7T5771. tfec-9-15 New three bedrpomn rouse 'in
Wewahitchka. Adjoining school
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at property. Pay owner's equity.
1710 Palm Blvd. Two years old. THE PRIDGEON AGENCY
Living room drapes, garbage dis- 3C1 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe
posal included. Call BAl'l 7-2311. :
Bedding and Mattresses Smell MUSTY?
Shoes and Luggage. MOLDY?
Clothing In Closets UNPROTECTED?
Then You Need DI-GAS for
Hang Di-CGa in a closet place Di-Gas under a
mattress or cushion to combat and prevent mildew
and its musty odor.. Placed in tool boxes it prevents
toois from rusting.
NEW MIRACLE DI-MOLD
Removes black mildew and grime from tile, marble, mo-
saic without scrubbing. Mold on shower curtains, lug-
gage, shoes, etc., is easily wiped off. No bleach is
necessary. Di-Mold retards regrowth of mold and mil-
dew on any surface on which it is allowed to remain.
Painted inside walls, will be freed of mold and should
be washed with DI-MOLD bfeore painting to help pre-
vent return of mold on newly painted walls.
Sold In Port St. Joe At
St. Joe Hardware
Phone 7-8111 203 Reid Ave.
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CHURCH of the
Corner Long Ave. & Niles Rd.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
-Evangelistic Serv. 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday ... 8:00 p.m.
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This is the way
Jantzen sees you off to school.
your sweater, "Top Bras"
is a pullover with bras buttons
and double-lnit border
to give it that cardigan effect.
for life-blended of .Acrilan
acrylic and w6ol. 34-40 sizes,
Your skirt, fine Australian
wool "Man Flannel shows
off this year's important .
look of box pleats, smoothly
stitched over the hipliner for
unbulky fullness. 8-18 sizes,
Just wear a smile
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1010 Palm Boulevard
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Toddlers Girls Teens -" Misses
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walnut finish and the well coordinated modern fab-
rics. The built-in table is in attractive w:.ite plastic.
Makes into a bed easily by fitting t!.2 removable 9
S'iolsters at end. Deep foam mattress in solid colors;
roam bolsters in decorator stripes.
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