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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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T4HE


STAR


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

VOLUME XX Single Copy Bo JORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1957 NUMBER 25


Sharks. Split Week

End Cage Schedule

Win Over Catholic High
Port St. Joe again took, the mea-
sure of a good Catholic High team
last Friday night on the local
court by a score of 70-56. This
makes two wins that the Sharks
have over the Catholic High team.
The Sharks took a 2244 first
quarter lead and were never be-
hind. The Sharls outscored the
Pensacola quintette in every quar-
ter except the second quarter,
At halftime the Sharks held a
40-34 lead over the visitors.
'Wilford Elliott provided the scor-
ing sparkplug for the Sharks putt-
ing 34 points through the basket.
Terry Hinote was second in the
scoring department with 15.
The Sharks scored 56% of their
tries at the basket.
PORT ST. JOE CATHOLIC HI
Player fg ft pt' Player fg ft pt
Fletcher 4 0 8 Hend'son 2 3 7
Shuford 2 5 9 1 Chester ..5 2 12
Elliott 15 4 34 1Williams 3 8 14
Hinote 6 3 15 Sanchez -. 2 0 4
Ray 1 2 4 Foss 8 2 18
Brady 0 1 1
The score by quarters:
PORT ST. JOE 22 18 19 11-70
CATHOLIC HIGH 14 21 14 7-56

Tordanoes Defeat Sharks
Coach Bob Oliver's Bay High
Tornadoes topped iCoach Marian
Craig's Sharks'52-48 Tuesday night
in Panama City.
The Sharks jumped into a 2-0
lead in the first minutes of play but
Bay tied it 242 and the Sharks were
only able to take the lead twice
more in the game. They did make
a fight of it, however, by tying the
Tornadoes 13 times.
Bay led 8-7 at the end of the
first quarter, were tied 18-18 at
hait and 34-34 at the end of the
third period.
With the score tied 38-38 in the
last period .Lh. Tiiuandoes pulled in-
to a four point lead before the
Sh'rks could score.
P-'rry Hinote took scoring laur-
-.. or the Sharks with 20 points.b
Sixteen of which came in the sec-
ond half. Wilford Elliott followed
with 11.
Coleman took the top honor for
Bay with 16.
Thus Port St. Joe was handed its
third defeat of the season, against
21 victories.
The Shark junior varsity were
outscored by the Bay "B" team 29-
20 in the preliminary game. Abe
Miller scored seven points to pace
the Sharks.
SHARKS TORNADOES
Player fg ft ptl Player fg ft pt
Taylor 1 0 2 W'ersby 5 2 12
Fletcher 1 0 21 Coleman 8 0 16
Shuford 2 3 7 Allen 6 3 15
Elliott 3 5 11 :Smith 3 1 7
Hinote 10t 0 20 | C'michael 0 2 2
Ray 2 2 6


The Sharks schedule for this'
week end includes a big game when
the Sharks meet the Marianna
Bulldogs on the local court. The
Sharks were defeated by the Bull-
dogs in their last meeting. This
game will be played Friday night.
Saturday, the Sharks meet the Ga-
tors of Wewahitchka on the local
court.


Scout Troop 313 Has

Interesting Meeting

Troop 313, Boy Scouts of Ameri-
ca met for their regular meeting
Monday night at the Methodist
Church.
The opening ceremony consisted
of a pledge to the flag by Clifford
Wimberly. Repeating the scout law
by Henry Lilius and the Scout Oath
b.y Cecil Lions.
In the patrol meetings, Bill Fite,
patrol leader was in charge of the
Eagle Patrol with Henry Lllius as
assistant Patrol Leader. Clifford
Wimberly, patrol Leader was in
charge of the Flaming Arrow Patrol
assisted by Cecil Lyons, Assistant
Patrol Leader.
T~ the Scout Craft period, Karl
Allen, 'assistant Scout Master, dis-
cussed first aid for second class
with the troop. During game time.
table tennis was played by the
Scouts present.
The meeting was closed with the
Scout Benediction led by Scout Mas-
ter, Marion Parker.
CLIFFORD WIMBERLY
Scribe


Thieves Steal $130 From
Basketball Referee's Car

Thieves made a neat $130.00 haul
last Friday night when they broke
into a car at the basketball game.
The car belonged to one of the
referees at the basketball game and
was entered sometime during the
course of the game.
Police are working on the case,
but as yet have been unable to.
come up with any solution of the
case.


Lion's Club Bringing "Red


Heads" Here Next Week


Town Team Will Play Women

For Lions Club Clharities


Spring Court Lasts

For One Day Only


Rollicking comedy, interspersed ter for the Red Heads comes from The spring term of court in Gulf
with some genuine "big league" bas- the North country-Minnesota- County lasted for tne day for the


ketball, will be the fare served up where they grow them tall.


for local cae. ''.ias next uesday
night when tihe All-Americk 11 Re..
Heads, nation's number one girls
team, comes to the Port St. Joe
high school gymnasium to play a
picked team of former high school
players and members of the Po-rf
St. Joe all-stars adult team.
The girls play men's teams exclu-
sively and those they can't beat,
they befuddle with their zan>1 an-
tics, crazy passing and 'hilarious
comedy routines. But they manage
to beat most of the teams they
play and, in fact, marked up 121
victories against men last season.
Here in Port St. Joe they will
play the All-Stars next Thursday
at 8:00 p.m.
-One of the tallest women ever
to play the game, Jackie Wrage,
who is six feet and five inches tall
will appear with the Red Heads on'
the local court. The king-size cen-


Lapeyrouse Picked

To Head Boat Club

A meeting of the newly-organized
St. Joe Boat Club was held last
Wednesday night at the American
Legion Home with the by-la~ws and
new officers of the organization be-
ing approved and elected. .
Officers elected to serve the first
year of the club's operations were:
E. P. Lapeyrouse, Commodore; Au-
brey R. Tomlinson, Vice-Commo-
dore and Sammy Parker, secretary
and treasurer. The board of direc-
tors consists of J. Lamar Miller,
Paul S. Fensom, David H. Jones,
Watson Smith and J. T. Simpson.
A membership committee was ap-
pointed with C. W. Long as chair-
man and S. L. Barke, J. Lamar
Miller and David H. Jones serving
as committeemen.
A cruiser committee was appoint-
ed with John Clements as chairman.
The first cruise of the club has been
planned for March 10. A director's
meeting will be held on March 4.
All boating enthusiasts interested
in joining the club should contact
any officer of the club and pay the
annual dues. Aubrey Tomlinson,
who has been handling the publici-
ty for the club, says that prospec-
tive members need not have a boat
to join. All that is needed is the
$5.00 to pay the annual dues.
The club plans many activities
for the coming year, and the mem-
bers of the club say that the dues
will be more than well spent for
the recreation and enjoyment the
members will' receive through the
club activities.


Th- comic queen of the Red
Head. is Nellie "Peaches" Marlow,
a Georgia peach from Pearson, Ga.
All the girls take part in the high
jinks that is injected into the game
but "Peaches" is their leader.
All indications point to a sell-out
crowd when the Red Heads come
to town. Tickets have been placed
on sale and may be purchased from
any member of the Lions Clu>.
---- ---


24 Traffic Cases

Come Up In Court

Police in Port St. Joe still
are making hay with traffic
violators in the city during
their crackdown on traffic vio-
lations in the city.
A total of 24 traffic arrests
were reported for the past
week by the City Hall.
Of those stopped by police,
20 were for running stop signs
and four were arrested for
speeding.



FPC Planning For

Atomic Power Use


criminal docket this year with judge
E. C. Welch presiding. The term
of court ended 'a.' 311 as began)
Monday with four cases being tried
The court tried Audie Berry, col-
ored for attempted murder of Zel-
lean Wilson with a knife. The jury
returned a verdict of not guilty.
Jim Dykes, who was being tried
on two counts of theft, one for the
theft of an auto and another for the


Move Made To Make City Attractive


Commission Puts


Approval On New


Clean- Up Ruling


Previous Announcement In Error

Draw Bridge At Highland View

To Close Two Days Next Week

It was announced this week that the draw bridge
at Highland View over the Intra-Coastal Canal will be
closed to highway traffic, Tuesday and Wednesday,
February 26, and 27 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. EST.
A previous announcement said that the bridge
would be closed all next week. Intervention by Mayor
J. L, Sharit and officials of industry located in Port St.
Joe, with the State Road Department changed the time
that the bridge will be out of commission.
People are urged to take notice of this second
closing date and disregard the previous announcements
that the bridge would be closed all week.
During the period of time that the Highland
View bridge will be closed to traffic, all traffic between
Port St. Joe and Panama City will be detoured from
Beacon Hill via Overstreet to Wewahitchka and then
to Port St. Joe.



Paul Fensom Named President of

Little Boys' Baseball League Here


At a nmeetingo n thPot Pn-t Jo


--- -- 1 vAS U U I- Z due
organization of Little Boys Base-
ball, Inc., Monday night at the Ele-
mentary school auditorium, Paul S.
Fensom was elected president of
the organization. Other officers
elected were Bob Fox, vice-presi-
dent; Leo Shealey, secretary; L. S.
(Bissett, treasurer and Bill Whaley,
-player agent.
The board of directors will be
composed of delegates elected by.
each of the team sponsors and the.


theft of a shotgun. His case was organizations elected officers.
continued to the next term until The gathering voted to have two


an examination of Dykes could be
made at the State Hospital in
Chattahoochee.
Clifford Hall, colored, was sen-
tenced to five years at hard labor
for the attempted murder of Frank
Ranie.
Frank Betton was released on a
moonshine charge. The cause for
release was due to some technical-
ity in the evidence.
The civil section of the spring
term of court has only one case to
try. The case is Bruce vs. Eells.
The case is a damage suit arising
from an auto accident last year in
which a pulp wood truck driven
by Bruce and an automobile driven
by Edward Eells of this city were
involved.


Gulf Has No Forest

Forest During Week


leagues in play this year. The two
leagues will be called the National
and American leagues. Four new
teams wilt be formed, bringing to
eight the total number of teams
participating in the program. The
new teams will be sponsored by
the Lions Club, Tapper Company,
Standard Oil Company and a team
sponsored jointly by the St. Joe
Hardware Company and The Star.
All the sponsors of last year will
field teams. These eight teams will
be able to take care of 120 boys.
It is estimated that approximately
150 will show up for try-outs this
year.
With the other league being form-
ed another ball field will be need-
ed. Tom Coldewey, chairman of the
Parks and Playgrounds Committee
of the City Commission of Port St.
Joe, stated that, the second field
will be ready for play before the
try-outs. Tentative plans are to
play 'both afternoon and night


Atomic power for electric gener- District One Headquarters of the games.
action in Florida .moved a step near. Florida Forest Service reports a to- The organization accepted an of-
er last week with the signing of a tal of 14 fires in the ten counties fer from Austin-Atchison company
consultant-advisor contract between west of the Apalachicola River as -to furnish the uniforms at cost.
the world-famous Dr. Walter H. of last Thursday. The fires burned A barbecue is planned prior to
Zinn, president of General Nuclear a total of 527 acres, the tryouts at which the general
Engineering Corporation of Dune- Jackson County with five fires public will be invited-at a nominal
din, Florida, and the Floride Power and 172 acres burned had the du- fee, of course,
Corporation, the Florida Power and bious honor of having the fost fires Managers available for the teams
Light Company and Tampa Electric and most acreage burned in the dis- this year are Frank Poole, Joe
Company. 'trict. Washington County's three Paffe, Charles Carter, Dan Sexton,
Dr. Zinn has been identified with fires and 160 acres gave her the Leonard Belin Mitchell Pitts, Clif-
vairous phases of nuclear energy second worst record and Escambia ford Tharpe, John Aide, L. B. Wal-
since his days at Columbia Unive.- County's two fires and 151 acres terms, T. D. Hutchins and Emmette
sity in 1939. He served under Dr.: had the third worst record. The ac- Laird.
Enrico Fermi who was in charge reage burned in the other seven.
of the construction of the first nuc- counties were small with Bay, Cal-, DR. SAMUEL CARTLEDGE
lear~~~~~ chiratona Ciao _nhon Iutfand_ to -a -_unIes .SMULCRTEG


PAUL S. FENSOM
S. Elected President


Rev. Punt Tells Kiwanis

Club of Life In Africa

Rev. Harry Punt again addressed
the Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club at
their regular weekly meeting Tues-
day at the Motel St. Joe.
Mr. Punt used as his subject,
"What Can We Get Out of Africa".
He dwealt in his talk, with the ex-
ploitation by foreign powers upon
the peoples of Africa. He described
the continent as a country of great
wealth containing diamonds, gold,
and many other precious metals,
jewels and minerals. Punt describ-
ed how for years, foreign countries
had drained the wealth from Africa
without putting anything back. He
explained that even though the
populace as a whole was ignorant,
they were beginning to realize the
fact that they are "being taken" by
several of their foreign "benefac-
tors". Punt blamed Mau Mau in-
surrections and other disturbances
in Africa directly to this white ex-
ploitation.
The Kiwanis Club, began this
week to lay plans for their annual
minstrel which will presented on
April 15.
The club would like anyone with
talent to be in the show. If you


lear chain reaction at Chicago in houn, Gulf and Okaloosa Counties SPEAKS TO PRESBYTERIANS would like to help out in this event,
December, 1942. Dr. Zinn became reporting no wildfires. I you are urged to call Bill Cowden,
director of the Argonne National What was. the reason for these Dr. Samuel Cartledge, a profes- Rex Addison or Earl Atchison.
Laboratory in 1946, and under his fires? The same reason Florida had sor of the origanil Bible languages -K-,
direction the laboratory originated the highest wildfire record in the' at Columbia Theological Seminary, Taken Suddenly III
many reactors. Among these was Nation last year. Careless and in- Decatur, Ga., spoke at the Presby- Word was received late Wednes-
the first reactor to produce electri-' difference on the part of her peo- terian Church Sunday night. The day afternoon that Mrs. Wesley R.
city from nuclear energy. p1d. guest preacher first told Informally Ramsey, wife of the publisher of
William J. Clapp, president of 'Be careful of your fires and don't about what It was to train minis The Star was sutldenly stricken
Florida Power Corporation. stated burn when fire conditions of high'ters to preach the Gospel. Second- seriously ill in Warner Robins, Ga.
that "Dr. Zinn's agreement was in winds and dry forest prevail. ly, he gave a very clear and strong Mrs. Ramsey underwent emergen-
addition to the working agreement '" message on the great commission. cy surgery yesterday afternoon in
that FPiC and the other two utili- Hospital Patient K- a Macon Hospital. She has been in
ties already have in effect with Al- Donna ,Underhill, daughter of Attend Exercises Warner Robins for the last two
lis-Chalmers, Babcock and Wilcox Rev. and Mrs. Gardner Underhill, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parrott and weeks caring for her mother, Mrs.
and Stone and Webster Engineer- is a patient in the Municipal Hos- son attended the graduation ever- H. I. Wooden who underwent sur-
ing Co." pital. cises in Gainesville, Saturday.night. gery two weeks ago.


Ordinance Says

Lots Must Be

Cleared of Debris

The city of Port St. Joe now has
an ordinance on the books that has
been passed by the City Commis-
sion requiring that the owners of
lots, whether occupied or unoccu-
pied, must be cleared of rubbish
and undergrowth.
It was reported three weeks ago
by this newspaper that the Commis
sion was acting on such an ordin-
ance. Tuesday night at their regu-
lar meeting, the Commission passed
on the ordinance and it became
law.
The ordinance requires that all
lots in the City Limits of Port St.
Joe, whether they are occupied or
not, must be cleared of all unsight-
ly undergrowth and rubbish. The
owners of these lots must have
them cleared within 30 days after
.they receive a written notice from
the city. The City will arrange for
the cleaning, if the owner wishes,
but the owner of the tot must pay
for the service.
The ordinance was passed in or-
der to beautify the city and to
keep down breeding places of in-
sects and pests.
The ordinance goes into effect
immediately.


Last Rites A" Held
For Ben Roberts, 81

Funeral services were held Fri-
ady, February 15 at the Altha Me-
thodist Church at 2:30 p.m. for
Ben Roberts. The Rev. Dan Guy
officiated assisted by Rev. Fred Da-
vis of Port St. Joe.
Interment was in the Altha Ceme&
tery.
The grandsons of Mr. Roberts
served as pallbearers.
Roberts died at the age of 81 at
the Municipal Hospital Wednesday
night, February 13 following a
lengthy illness.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Ben Roberts of Altha; F. G. Rob-
erts of Port 'St. Joe and P. H. Wal-
ker. Six daughters, Mrs. L. J. Chap-
man, Mrs. J. W. Ellis, Mrs. L. L.
Wilson, Mrs. C. B. Bowden, Mrs.
D. L. McMillain and Mrs. Clauda
Richards. He is survived by 25
grandchildren and 35. great-grand-
children. Two brothers, Charles and
Will and two sisters, Mrs. Hassle
Fuqua and Mrs. Ollie Belle Dykes.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments.
_K_

PTA Group To Observe
Founder's Day Feb. 28

-The Parent-Teacher Association
of the Port St. Joe High School
and the Parent-Teacher Association
of the Elementary School will meet
together Thursday, Feb. 28 at 8
p.m. in the high school for the ob-
servance of Founder's Day.
Thomas Smith, Superintendent of
Bay County Schools will be the
guest speaker. Past presidents of
the PTA of the city will be hon.
ored. Mrs. Purvis Howell, chairman
of the program committee, will
have charge of invitations to the
honored guests.
The Port St. Joe band under the
direction of-Herman Dean will pre-
sent a concert.
All parents are Invited to attend
and visitors are extended a cordial
welcome.


Hospital Auxiliary To Meet

The last meeting of the year for
the Hospital Auxiliary will be held
on Thursday morning, February 28
at the home of Mrs. J. Lamar Mil-
ler. Members are urged to bring
their dues. New officers will be
installed. Anyone interested in join-
ing are urged to be present.






(H% wrAki. PORT GT. J0, GULF COUNTY, FLORID^A


Mrs. Frary To Present
Pupils In Piano Recital
Mrs. Ted Frar'y -"' '7!-' P-r
bara Mitchell, student, wi'l ;'ve a
joint piano rerlal tonishti at 8'00
p.m. in the Elementary School Au-
ditorium. Popular and modern clas-
sics will be given by beginners, in-
termediates and advanced students.
Miss Celia Tomlinson will give
two vocal .numbers and piano num-
bers.
Virgil Lovett will be the guest
pianist on the evening program.
The general public is cordially in-
vited.

Mrs. Nichols Hostess
To WMU Circle 1
Circle One of the First Baptist
Woman's Missionary Union met
Tuesday afternoon in the home of
Mrs. W. 0. Nichols on 16th St.
Mrs. Ed McFarland presided over
the meeting in the absence of the
chairman, Mrs. T. 0. Poitevint.
Mrs. E. C. Cison, program chair-
man gave the devotional followed
with prayer by Mrs. C. Byron
Smith. Mrs. Cason presented an in
teresting program on "Aim For Ad-
vancement".
Those taking part on the program
with Mrs. Cason were Mrs. Nich-
ols, Mrs. McFarland and Mrs. W. I.
Garden. A brief business session
was held and reports given. A so-
cial hour followed with the hostess
serving refreshments to four mem-
bers and two visitors.
CARD OF THANKS
I take this opportunity in expres-
sing my deep appreciation to my
many friends for the beautiful flow-
ers, lovely cards, and letters of sym-
pathy and all other favors during
my recent illness. I would also like
to thank Dr. Wayne Hendrix, Dr.
Joe Hendrix and Miss McLane and
all the nurses at the Municipal
Hospital. May God bless you all.
HARRY L. FORD




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Chinese Minister To Tis meeting ,will also .be a time
Chinese Minister Tat which questions can be asked
Address Presbyterians 'about the East. An informal cofrep
time will follow in the church
Charles C. Chang, a ruling elder lounge.
of the Formosa Presbyterian The meeting will be held at the
Church will be on hand at 7:30 this Presbyterian Church.
Thursday night to speak on the ---
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family, the Christian army on the Applications 6
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27, 28, 29
FEB.


Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Hanna of Ov-
rstreet announce the birth of a
daughter Eminda on February 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene H. Byrd of
his city announce the birth of a
aby girl, Brenda Gail on February
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clemons of Al-
ha announce the birth of a daugh-
er, Martha Celesta on February 15.


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Feb. 21, 22, 23


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Ga. Grade "A" Medium
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12 Oz. REAL
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NO. 303 CAN
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COMO -- Limit 5 Rolls to Customer
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BALLARD'S


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CELERY, CARROTS and
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NABISCO
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RIB and BRISKET GEORGIA GRADE "A"
STEW MEAT Lb. 19c FRYERS lb. 35c


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Home Mission Study
Set For February 28
A Home Mission study will be
held on Thursday, Feb. 28 with an
all day service at the First Baptist
Church of the Woman's Missionary
Society beginning at-10 a.m. A cov-
ered dish luncheon will be served.
This luncheon will proceed the
week of Home Missions which be-
gins March 4. The book, "Home
Mission USA" will be taught by


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1957
I Mrs. Ralph Nance and Mrs. C. By- her family. Lt. Borden is a' et
ron Smith. pilot in the 2nd FIS at Suffolk
AIB in Long Island, New York.
'Next Monday, all program chair- X
men of the circles will meet. The CARD OF-THANKS
Royal Service program will be held We wish to express our deep ap-
at the church at 3 p.m. with Circle preciation to the many people who
6 in charge of the program. expressed their sympathy toward
All members are urged to attend. us at the death of our beloved wife
-9 and .mother, Beckie Player. Words
WEEK END GUEST cannot express our appreciation for
Lt. Wallace 0. Borden of Burns- your kindness.
ville, Miss., was the week end i JOHN W. PLAYER
guest of Miss Joy Williamson and I and FAMILY


Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Johnson
of this city announce the birth f
a baby girl, Beverly Kay on Feb-
ruary 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Earl Graves
-of Kenney's Mill announce the
birth of a son, James Edward on
February 11.
Dr. and Mrs. R. B. King of this
city announce the birth of a baby
girl on February 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Davis of
Beacon Hill announce the birth of
a daughter on February 14.
(All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital here in Port St.
Joe.)

WMU Circle No. 5
Meets With Mrs. Cox
Circle 5 of the Wonman's Mission-
ary Union of the First Baptist
Church met Monday afternoon. Mrs.
L. W. Cox was hostess in her home
in Oak Grove.
Mrs. J. 0. Baggett presented the
devotional taking the first chapter
of Acts as scripture reading follow-
ed with prayer.
Mrs. Costin closed the program
with a prayer.
Mrs. Henry Ayers, circle chair-
man, presented the program. A
brief business session was held.
Mrs. C. G. Costin. Sr., urged that
all members remember to bring
food and clothing for community
missions.
Mrs. Cliff Ellis closed the meet-
ing with a prayer. Refreshments
were served to the six members
and one new member, Mrs. Ann
Whittle.

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THE 8TA PO. ST OGL ONY LRD HRDY ERAY ,1


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
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SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March S, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or or omissions n advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


gram wh
Are We Creating A 'Speed Trap"? homeram
The City Commission of Port St. Joe and the police de- Butlers, A
apartment, have undertaken the job of improving the driving as closed
habits of Port St. Joe motorists. They were asked to do it and The next
they are doing an effective job of catching the violators of the at the ho
city's traffic laws.
If a policeman catches you running a stop sign now, The W
it just automatically costs you $5.00. If you are caught speeding artist
it will set you back $25.00. These fines will neither make nor Monday \
break the motorists of the city, provided they don't collect too gram, wi
many of them. The group
The talk that is getting around will make -or break the Scripture
city, though. We understand that in neighboring towns, Port St. buck, tal
Joe is becoming known as a "speed trap". We don't think that it Harbuck
is a speed trap, but still the name is growing, according to rumors.
We want the -traffic laws obeyed, but we don't relish
the thought of having the "speed trap" enigma attached to our
reputation. We must have the speed regulated. Traffic man-
ners in the City was getting to be practically non-existant. Sev- WA
eral local people have been caught disobeying the rules and have
paid their fines. To date nobody 'has complained too severely,
locally anyhow. But we musn't get the name of a "speed trap".
We are sure the City Commission can work this out.
We feel' that they, too, hesitate at attaching such a stigma to Elec
the name of the.city. It is a ticklish situation, enforcing the speed
and rule of the road laws without creating the ugly adjective
to a city. But somehow it must be done. (
Possibly the best solution to the problem would be for D
every motorist to make himself a personal traffic policeman in |
charge of his own driving habits and see that he, himself, obeys
the traffic laws of the city. In this way, we feel that the laws will
be obeyed and the ugly words "speed trap'" will be removed.
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NEWS FFiOM
Highland View
By HELEN RICHARDS
Phone BAll 7-2627
G. A. Meeting


prayer was by Mrs. Lillie Richteri
Taking par.[ on the program were
Mrs. Garrett, giving the Y'WA dedi-
cation: Mrs. Richter, gave a talk
on "Tours to World Areas"; Mrs.
Lillie Echols, "On the March" and
Mrs. Alice Macomber gave "The
Golden Outlook. Mrs. Echols dis-


anne Crowder Intermediate missed with prayer.
met Monday night at the I -r-r
There were nine members Personals
visitors present. Gail Rob- Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hewett and
e president, opened the Mrs. Luther Christmas attended the 1
with prayer. Faye Rhames funeral of Charlie Whitfield in Al- <
scripture taken from Matt. tha. Sunday.
The watchword and alle- Mrs. J. J. Garrett, Mrs. Esther
'as repeated and sang the Birdshaw and daughter, Mrs. Ruth
I fourth stanzas o fthe 0. Mason of Florala, Alabama, spent
n. Faye Rhames, program the week end with Mr. and Mrs. J.
n gave the title of the pro- W. Garrett.
ich was head over heels in Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wester and
ssions. Taking part in the Mr. and Mrs. Murray Wilson of
were Sandra Adams, Betty Panama City attended the birthday
Ann Montgomery, Gail' Rob- dinner of their father, H. J. Foster
Mrs. DuBose. Linda Thonm- on Sunday.
the meeting with praye3r. Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Peterson
t meeting will be March 4 and son of Avon Park visited vir.
ome of Mrs. DuBose. and Mrs. C. C. Peterson.
I Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Burke visited When :
WMU Meeting Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Skipper at *St. are IIl
VMU of the Highland Vie that is
Church met at the church experle
for their Royal Service pro- macist
th seven members present. bring y
up sang the WMU hymn. have y
was given by Ruth Har- .
ken from Psalm 127:3-4. xii
1-3, Jeremiah 17:7-8. Ruth .. FIGHTS ALL COLDS Prescri
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Actively promoting an Interest
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LOCAL YOUTHS ATTEND and W. L. Dawson together with
EPISCOPAL CONVENTION Mrs. Paul Fensom and Miss Phyllis
Judy Fensom, Jerry Buchert, Bil- Kieth returned Sunday from Gaines-
ly Mazarol, Bob Munn, Bobby Ward ville where they attended the 34th'
annual All-Youth Convention held
ter of Sigma Delta Pi, national at Holy Trinity Church. The dele-
Spanish honorary, gates were from the Young Peo-
A local member of this organiza- ples' League of St. James' Epis-
tion is Marietta Chafin. copal Church.


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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1967


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Methodist WSCS Has -* .- .- .-:,- .- -: -,:.-- Second Grade Class
S t Mona- at 3 p.M. under the leader- The theme of the program was, ing discu. g t'he means of w teh
Program Meeing Mon p of Mra, Nancy -"- .. cIrcl "Whom Shall I Send"? it aprop young can be itereted iVisits Post Office
h- airman of Circle 6, Other mem- rate hymn and scripture taken past t or time m ion
The Woman's Society of Christian hers participating were Mrs. Fran-! from laiah 6;1-8. Asr wo-rship 'cn- work in its various apects at h e A group of ,second graders from
Service if ithe First Methodist oes Chason, Mrs. Mary Belin. Mrs. ter a per foster was. used representing end abroad, dis-casin o'aow. the Port St, Joe Elementary School
Church beld the ....,.' program Baity Oodfrey and Mrs. Teresa th "Spirit of ChrI. Tie program e Meditaton and prayer c-osed made a trp to te oat office to


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Mra Ralph Swatts presided overr
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- Patrol aecimp Aaed the group
** iexiar sate 1-22aM-' at street
-. :,, "
Postmaster Coatip in-vited the
group to nlspect the interior of o
po t office The r iQdrenA watched
as Mr. Costing took the valentines
which they had mailed and prhce s
sed Them through the marine
which canel's stamxs. They were
fascinsatedl by the bag of mail.
pacim gsa, letter boxes, satsa and
many imtr'esting items which Mr. ,
CostIin asIed to their attention.
The ,morning Tlnowina : trip
to t+hB post tfic, the chilldTrn dlia-
crssed their trip, They were espee
-*- intres"ld in the machine
'bhich cacells s-tsatipse and very ap
proriateBly dubbed i tihe I
machinery *To the sesoaud grad smihd,
the ,:-I- ,' machine "atlffeai up
wrinkledl letters and makes the
stamp si M5 i tight?
The story was written
by the second grade children, In it
they relate thsir post office xper-
THE POST OFFICE
-Ne -ent to t te Post Of't'ee. We
bought gi tamp at the window for
C"r vale-tins, Mr. C'otin, tihe post-
master, was very Tnice to na Wel
rat irsi te thm Prat OffiLe. *-. |
ag '. We saw two i
postal mbcylel,. Wese saw our vOaln
ines- goe L -. t'h : tI e i t.' ta-j
uIe lWe awn two safes, We saw
the big cloLt We vAw our rnast o-
fice boxes Wo playaNd a joke aon
M., La in, "Va'letitO"i was tor
"Yosa". rWe aw packIagei In baosg
-e '.w MTx Smitmh tie' letters to
go to White City, Wa weara very
tired wheii w) go' back to school
We had a very wonderful time s'
the Poctf OVilcLo
By Mra Dickens,' Pe0M,!n

Move To Miami
Mr, and Mrs, Luther Parrott, sonl
oa Mlr, arl Mrs, Chrla ,rls
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PAUS % GA '".-- THE-- A-, P-..T-J-.-U .CO N Y,- - --- I .-.


Minutes of The
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
FEBRUARY 5, 1957
The Board of Public lu-Ilition of idf
'Countv imet on the alnov d tie in resrulai
session with the fiollowiluu'imoilirs present
and acting: Clyde Broadon., chairm-in; .1. A
Whsitfield, C. 'E. 1- -.r anid Carter War.
members. FPennon I ill., was absent.
, The Superintendent was present and act-
The 'minutes for the preceding meeting
we read and approved.
'he 1Illth DepartnuentN ih.i,.' was
examined approved and ordered t-1-i
The Boari assigned pupils to the Wewa-
hitehka High School, Port St. Joe High
School and the Port St. Joe Elementary
Schb.rool,. All records on file in the Superin-
tendent's office.
The- oBard adopted -a resolution naming
Harrell E. tHolloway to be responsible for
t-.tiirn up the program of events and eol-
1.-etm the fees for the Wewabitchka High
School athletic field.
There being no further business to come
before them they did then adjourn to meet
agiln in regular session on March 5, 1957.
ATTEST:
'Thomas A.' Owens Clyde F. Brogdon
Superintendent Chairman


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LIST Ofj EXPENDITURES'FOR THE
MONTH OF JANUARY, 1957
Gulf Co. Breeze, Supplies ........ 43.00
Star 'Pub. Co., Printing Minutes .... 35.00
The Nationl's Schools, Supplies ...... 6.00
The liedman Co., Signature Plate .. 36.31
(en. Office Equip. Co., Sup. ...... 6.63
l'a. Co. Supt. Assn., Fees for mem. 33.00
T1. G. Alsobrook, Auditing School
I Finance R cbrds ............ 300 00
F. A. Owens, Pub. Co., Sup ......... 3.00
M. G. Sanderson, Sup. ............. 8.00
inemington Rand, Sup. .......... 18.21
Gulf toast Print. Co., Sup. ....... 13.2
Gridley Music Co., Inc., Sup. ..... 2.05
Simon & Schuster, Inc., Sup. ....... 12.25
Educational Record Sales, Sup. .... .44
American Seating Co., Sup.. ...... 12.79
Standard School Serv., Sup.. ...... 41.73
Knight Bros. Paper Co., Sup ...... 13.26
Wewa Plumb. & Heat. Co., Rent on
Gas Bottles ................ 2.00
Florida School Book Depository, Sup. 13.50
lIarrell Holloway, Refund on trip to
Daytona ................ ... 27.00
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Refund on postage, etc. ...... 9.44
B. B. Scisson, Refund on trip to
Tallahassee ................. 7.50
Quality Gro. & Mkt,, Sup, ......... 25.47
P. F. McDaniel, Sup. ............ 10.68
Southern Liquid Gas Co., Gas ...... 1.00
Freeport Oil Co., Inc., Fuel Oil .... 239.45
West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co., Gas ...... 92.16
Jesse Dawson, Wood .............. 65 00


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FOR HOME DELIVERY PHONE


PORT ST. JOE


WEWAHITCHKA
NEwton 9-2421


Port St. Joe, Fla.


Standard Oil Co., Sup.. ......... 249.09
Gulf Coast Elec. Co-op., Inc., Electric
energy for Wewa ,Schools .... 135,20
Connell Water Works; Water for Wewa
school ...................... 31.00
Florida Power Corp., Electric energy
for PSJ Schools ............ 611.24
City of Port St. Joe, Water for PSJ
Schools ..................... 59.69
Taylor Chemical Co., Supplies .... 13 00
(corgia Cheemical Co,, Sup ........ 1.00
Wall Elec. Co., Sup ............... 9.00
H, M. McClamuna, Stove and pots for
Homc Economic ............ 193.78
Kennedy Elec. & Refrig. Serve, Sup. 22.25
St. Joe Hardware Co., Sup. ...... 166.95
John R. Moffitt Co., Inc., Sup., .... 29.00
Strickland-Gore Music Co., Sup. ...... 9.00
Bill's Plumling Service. Sup ....... 9.00
1). T. Bridges, Labor ............ 43.99
aoskin Bros. Lumber Co.,. MIaterial 355.01
Gulf Hdwe. & Sup. Co., Sup. ...... 46.55
Van Brunt & Yon.. Inc.. Sup. ...... 12.97
0. W. Brodnax, Labor ........... 58.00
J. E. .,.,I i typewriter Co., Supplies
.... ............... 20.00
Lyons Baud Instrument Co., Supplies
and Services ............... 12.30
A. C. Littleton, Inc., Serv. & Sup. 353.40
Duro-Test Corp., Sup .......... 281.52
Westron Corp., Sup. ............ 297 60
St. Joe Bldrs. Sup. Co., Sup. ....... 7-.91
James eadon. Labor ........... 92.:00
James Traweck, Labor ............ 88.00
Leroy Bowdoin, Labor ... ...... 104.00
Dave Robertson, Labor & Sup. .... 36 001
St. Joe Mtr. Co., Sup ........... 11.75


113 Manument Ave.


Phone 7-7171


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Prescott'- Cia;- l,.. I. r & Parts .. 177.86 MINUTES OF THE
B. J. iJ, r .j-. Bu. drier (sub.) .... 91.00
T. D '. i T ..... Sihonl Chil. 1 0 .00 C
Emilc Twine, Trans. School chil. 80.00 COUNTY COMMISSION
Albert Wynn, Trans. School Chil. 30.00
Jahtes TPhonuis. Tr'an. Sohoiil chil. 10.00
Ziomi Fair Baptist Church. Rent ... 0,00fl
(... i.,. 'o. Sup. ............12.66 WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
I i -.. Sta., IRcrig. sen'. .. .1.00 FEBRUARY 5, 1957
John 1n,11 .' li ....... .,pp leto I'SJ.1 )0.011 The Board of County Commissioners of
Bill R N I. .,11,, disposal, ui.i .i,, Gulf County, Florida met this date In regu-
Virl .- .. .. 1. lar monthly session with the following mem-
Frank & Dot's Agey., Ins. ........ 10.00 bers present: J. C. Price, Chairman, E. C.
Gulf Co. In, ..A,:- Ins ........ 20.3 ti Harden, Sr.; George W. Cooper, A. J. Strick-
Revell & Farina -I ., Fix. Elec. Slicer 1 .no land and G. S. Croxton. The Clerk, Sheriff,
Singer Sewingt Macb. Co Machines 295 110 Attorney, Road Supt. and Engineer were also
E. M1. Hale & Co., Supill) ........... 5S 44 present.
A. C. McClurg & Co., Sup. ...... 13.39 The meeting came to order at 9 o'clock
Sr. Joseph Tel. & Tel, Co.. Serve. .... I.'5 A. M.
MR&R Truck. Co., Freight ........ 46 .5 The minutes of January 8th, 17th, 28th
Wowa lidwe. Co.. S.up.. .......... 0 13.9 and 31st were read, approved and adopted.
Bishop Office Equip. Co., Sup,.....390) fs5
Port, St Joe Hi School, Lunchroom milk5 r. F. E. Trammell, Supervisor of the
fund ...................... 77.76 Gulf County Mosquito control District ap-
Wewahitchka High School, Lunchroom peared before the Board and discussed the
milki fund ................ 101.72 possibility of the Gulf County Mosquito
George l .h-ilnftnI, I High School, lunchra,'m Control District purchasing a drag line and
inik .......... ;.2 informed the board that a budget was set
Port St. Joe Elementary School, up to purchase a drag line this fiscal year.
Lunchroom milk fun i ...... 100.98 After discussion, there was a motion by
DISTRICT FUND NO. 1 |Comm. Cooper, seconded by Comm. Croxton
Harland Pridlaeon, Coumission .... 4.6.75 and upon vote was unanimously carried, that
BOND FUND NO. 1 the County advertise to purchase one drag
Harland Pridgeou, Commission .... 14.03 line for the Gulf County Mosquito District.
-------- Mr. Floyd C. Lister appeared before tihe
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Board and informed the Board that there ia
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY, a need for a road from Howard Creek ic
Jackson River and discussed the possibility
of the County constructing such a roaj.
The Chairman announced that the Board
will make a study of ihe proposed road
and the Board will discuss this matter at a
later date.
Ilon. Silas R. Stone appeared before the
Board and thanked the Commissioners for
I honor and privi'e of aorkilg with
the Board as Assistant County Attorney and
Prosecuting Attorney during 1956 and
a wished the new Board and its employees
Sc very success during 1957.
iThe Clerk read a letter from the" Port
St. Joc Ministerial Alliance with reference
to the enforcement of alcoholic beverage
Allows in the Port St. Joe area. After con-
5sn ^sideration, the Board ordered this matter in-
Svestigated and if violators are 'found, that
e / they be dealt with according to law.
I J (\ii The Slate Road Department filed its ten-
tative budget and program of work for the
Syfiscal year ,Juh, 1, 1951 to June 30, 1957.
The State Road Department presented its
proposed typical Sections of Streets and
roads lo be constructed in Gulf County and
the sane was duly approved, to-wit:
Job No. 5154 ............ $20,000.00
Job No. 5155 ............ $13,000.00
J'ob No. 5156 ............ $45,000.00
Job No. 5158 ............ $11,000 00
The Chairman announced that the next
business to come before the Board would
be that of employing a Prosecuting Attorney
for the County Judge's Court for the year
1957. Whereupon, there was a motion by
o he f l laun Commni. Cooper, seconded by Comm. Croxton,
Sthe family laundry tlit Cccii G. Costin, Jr., be emplo.v.ed as
I and let the electric Prosecuting Attorney in the County Judge's
SCourt. effective February 1, 1957 and that
dothe work automa- the fees and salary for said position be
equally divided with the Attorney for ilhe
County Commissioners and the fees and sal-
ary for the Attorney for the Board of Coun-
t a matter of minutes, ty Commissioners be equally divided with
the prosecuting Attorney. Upon vote, the
washed, rinsed, and following voted: AYE: Cooper, Croxton, Bar-
*er where they are deni anil Price. NAY: none.
The following names were added to the
as clean as sunshine. County indigent roll for this month only,
to-wit:
Perry Lee Godwin, $10.00.
stooping or carrying Dallas Bradshaw, $16.00.
The Fairm Agent Presented his monit',y
t the weather when report for January and the same was ,r-
y electrically. dre'd filedl
A 1Resolution to secure Right-of-way bor
the West Ann Bridge was adopted.
money and your'. o': All payrolls for the month of Janna-y,
money and ,Ur. 1957 were approved and ratified as paid.
electric washer and Ther- being no further business to come
a ny sw beftrdi Ili Board, it lid then adjourn.
e. Buy now and say ATTEST:
iy drudgery forever! ',or.e Y. Core J. C. Price
Clerk Chairman
-. NOTICE OF HEARING OF
PETITION TO CLOSE ALLEY
.". .'."' TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
'-*" "'You will take notice that a pub-
lic hearing will be held by the
Board of City Commissioners of the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, in its
meeting room on the second floor
of the Municipal Building in Port
St. Joe, Florida, on the 8th day of
March, 1957, at eight o'clock P.M.,
on the petition of Gubay Enteroris-


The alley in Block 7, according
to the official map of the City
of Port St. Joe, on file in the
office of the Clerk of Court,
Wewahitchka, Florida, said al-
ley being bounded on the South
by Third Street, on the North
by Second Street, on the East
by Lots 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16,
18, 20, 22 and 24, and on the
West by Lots 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11,
13, 15, 17, 19, 21 and 23.
All interested parties may appear
and be heard at the time and place
above specified, dated this 5th day
of February, 1957.
BOiARD OF CITY COMMISSION
OF THE CITY OF PORT ST.
JOE FLORIIDA.
By: R. W. HEINiDERSON
City Auditor and Clerk 4t-2-14


alike-not to be used as a means
for political favoritism or to p61n-
alize areas out of favor with the
administration". "Equally unsatis-
factory", he continued, "are the de-
lays and conflicting statements
which have confused farmers and
made it very difficult for them to
develop plans for the current crop
year." "The Department of Agricul-
ture supposedly champions the na-
tion's agriculture, but I cannot con-
ceive of a group who appear more
unsympathetic with the problems
of the farmer than the current ad-
ministrators of that department",
Sikes said.


BY STANDARD OIL EXPERTS

As an extra "Standard" service we will

give you with your lubrication job a 1957

calendar to hang on your-sunvisor. This calen-

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mileage for lubrication purposes.




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IWoolford's Standard Serv.


Sikes Says Southern Farmer Not

Getting Fair Shake In Soil Bank

Washington, D. C. (Special) .operation of the Soil Bank program
Secretary Benson and the Depart-' for the current crop year. Sikes
ment of Agriculture were taken was critical' of the decisions made
sharply to ask this week by Con- to include corn at the highest pay-
gressman Bob Sikes of Florida be- ments given to any crop. Sikc.s
cause of delays in the announce- pointed out the face that corn is
ments to farmers and in the actual produced 'commercially almost
wholely within the Midwest which
es, 'Inc., a Florida corporation, is a Republican area and that soil
which petition was spread upon he bank payments are not allowed on
minutes of the Meeting of said corn in Florida and other parts of
Board of City Commissioners held
on February 5, 1957, requesting that the South. He stated that the de-
said Board of City Commissioners apartment's decision to place pea-
close, vacate and abandon that pub-, nuts on the very low price level is
lic alley hereinafter described, and a direct slap at the south and is
renounce and disclaim any right
of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, partisan and favoritism of the
and the public in and to the land worst order.
lying within said public alley; said "The soil bank program," he said,
public alley being described as fol-
lows: "is intended dto help all farmers


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have grown to a new, modern 5,000 sq. ft. Department Store
serving hundreds of loyal customers who have patronized us
throughout these 18 months that we owe our success in the
Department Store business. For IT IS OUR CUSTOMER WHO
IS BOSS... .It is our CUSTOMER WHO KEEPS US APACE WITH
THE TIMES. In making any decision we always ask ourselves -
"WILL IT PLEASE OUR CUSTOMER." We appreciate this oppor-
tunity to thank you for your patronage and help.
This year, as in the past WE PLEDGE OUR-
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FOR RENT' Furnished apartment.
305 6th St., Phone 7-4511. tfe
SU D D EN -FOR RENT: Furnished room, Pri-
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WEALTH! tfc
LOTS FOR SALE on Garrison Ave.
Already cleared off. $1,000 each
Call 7-5471 or see Mrs. Nora Du-
ren.
S FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
S. .* -attractively furnished apartments
Cool in summer, warm in winter.
9 .Window fans, gas heat. They have
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S* :* FOR SALE: Two beach lots. Rea-
sonabre. Phone 7-4256.
YOUR J G~0M.PHARMACIST FOR RENT: 'Small unfurnished
YOURhouse. 1305 Long Ave. Phone n.
7-4876. l tc ,S An t
Buzzett's irug Store FOR SALE: -Nice 3-bedroom home
PPHON^ 7-.371 on Hunter Circle. Call 7-4681. 2tp
*-. WANTED: Salesman, collector. ... t .
Furniture experience preferred.
CLASSIFIED A S Age 2245. References required.
Good group hospitalization plan.
SadnApply Danley Furniture Co., Port
FOUND: White gold ladies' watch. St. Joe. tf c-2-7
Found on Palm Boulevard. CallW
.74846. Itc FOR SALE: House on Woodward
Avenue and one on McClellan.
FOR SALE: Good used electric FOR SALE: Home at Oak Grove.
range. Full size. Phone 7-3936 or E. TOM PRIDGEON Mr. and Mrs. Homer Coe announce thec ,, m. ,,
see Mrs. H. .Ayers. tfe RealEstate & insurance o. f their daughter, Anna Ruth, to Jack A. Chambers son of
FOR SALE: Two adjoining lots on E 7-74 4 n AV. Mr. and Mrs. Glen S. Chambers of Cincinnati, Ohio. Miss
Marvin Avenue. High and dry SPECIAL SERVICESgraduate of Port St. Joe High School, attended Florida
with nice trees. Phone 7-3986 or Co, a graduate of Port St. Joe High School, attended Florida
S- State University and is currently employed by the Michigan
branch of the V. F. W. Mr. Chambers is a graduate of the
SM SUniversity of Miami, Florida, and the University of Cincin-
nati. He is currently enrolled as a Doctoral student in the
0 t .TDepartment of Psychology at Michigan State Universiay. The
Sl1tdate of the wedding will be announced later.
TV ANTENNAS installed, clean-
ed and re-wired. Phone BA 7-9921. *
Bill Bowen. tfc6-14 Rotarians Approve
SOR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
111010111111111 service, call BILLS PLUMBING. J u nior Gege T a n
T s *Force 57 :oo-*oo, o. Junior College Plan
"a S ,, -1hone 7-7846. Outboard motors rac-
U c e =)aired, also.
ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work Activity flourihed in the ru-
War guaranteed. Quick dependable lar meeting of the Rotary Club
service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave Thursday at noon when they passed
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE- two resolutions and planned for a
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li- fish fry.
ensed electrical contractor. All T
kinds electric- and refrigeration The Rotarians have been hear-
service and installation. Phone ing arguments and explanations of
.-3032. tfc the Junior College planned for Bay
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sa and Gulf County. The club was ur-
WI C E-PI V EDIng money see us for- anything gd at its meeting Thursday to
You need in your home. STOP and adopt a resolution to present to
SWAP SHOP. the County Commissioners urging
Keys Made While You Wait that body to participate in the Jun-
35c EACH ior College plan. The County is
35 EACH Economy asked to furnish $5,000.00 for the
onh proved and performance proved BICYCLE PARTS first year of operation of the Juan-
ae on the world-famous G.M. Proving Ground WESTERN AUTO ir College. With the county part i-
and on the Acan Highway to Alask HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES cipatinllg it will not be necessary for
Already proved in the hands of nearly PANA-CRAT BOATS Gulf county studies to pay
1 00,000 owners Reel Parts and Repair to the institution. The club voted
Re Partsand^Repairs to support the project. vtd
WAADE US that useless article for Another resolution passed by the
eWAP.ti e ST a club was a resolution to the City
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE-- I Commission of Port St. Joe in ap-
Meetings at Moose HallF O 310 preciation for the fine boat basin
Fourth St.. eating night every other that the city has constructed at
Most modern and.efficient Monday. i the foot of Fifth Street.
power.. ost advanced truck SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0. A fish fry party wasvplanned for
SaO. nF.-Meets first and third ext Tuesday evening when the
fiatures...most distinctive design Thursdays, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic club will meet at the Tapper camp
Hall. All members urged to attend; on Wetapo for a stag fish supper.
with the only Work Styli ng visiting brethren invited. Special invited guests of the club
in any truck...al pOved ad J.C. PRICE, Secty. will be the Wewahitchka club which
was sponsored by the local group.
read ytowori foryoul tHERE WILL BE a regular com- Theparty will be at 7:00op.m. next
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge Tuesday night. George Tapper gra-
No. 111, F&AM every second and ciously agreed to play host to the
fourth Friday night at 8:00 p.m. occasion in absentia.
EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M. occasion in absentia.
ROY L. BURCH, Secty. The club is starting an attendance
All Master Masons cordially invited, contest to begin with this week's
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116, meeting. In this contest, the mem-
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- bership is divided into two groups.
Ing first and third Monday nights The group with the most absences
For modern features you can be sure of 800 p.m., American Legion Home.nt
t n ein a period of a month must enter-
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of tain the other group with a chicken
G t ae wSt. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. barbecue.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddie, On the program last Thursday
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary. was Susie H. Spencer, of the Flor-
LEGAL AD/ER flSING ida Crippled Children's Commission
Biggest Sellers...Biggest SavOToE is hereby given tiNM pursuant to some of the history of the Commis-
Chapter 20953, Laws of Florida, Acts of sion and of some of the work that
1941, the undersigned persons intend to
register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, it is doing. The commission began
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after the in 1931 with just a small budget
name or trade name under which they will and only a few workers. Today,
o engage in business and in which said busi-
ness is to be carried on to-wit: Leo ken- the Commission has grown consid-
nedy, doing business as mKenney Elect ic erably. Its finances come from the
4tc2.14 state and the Federal Government.
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME At the present the Commission is
01 NOTICE es hereby given tlaa pursuant spending $1,650,000 each year in re-
1941, the undersigned persons intend to habilitating and treating crippled
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after the children throughout the state of
first publication of this notice the ficitiious Florida.
name or trade name under which they will
engage in business and in which said busi- The club's visitors for the meat-
and Salvage Co., Box 275, Foley, Fla. Linn of Punta Gorda.


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