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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: March 7, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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TJoe STAR

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


VOLUME XX


Single Copy 8e


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1957


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WES4LEY R. RAMSEY
S4*** *** e S0$O***
"There will be no All-Confer-
ence team picked this year, be-
cause the press didn't show up to
do the job".
Those were the words of Chap
Millergren, principal of the Li-
berty County High School last
Saturday night at the final game
of the Group II, Class B basket-
ball tournament held in Bristol.
Naturally Bob McKiernan and
Red Fuller were there, because
there was a ball game going on.
They bleated out in their "ball
game yelling" voice, "Wesley
Ramsey's here!" And we were
too. Sitting-right smack in the
middle of the Malone fans where
their emotional outbursts on be-
half of their team made us take
the position that discretion was
the better part of valor. In oth-
er words, we felt that if we yell-
ed for the home team in that en-
viorriment, they would gently
shove us off the bleachers.
We noticed that the Malone
crowd confined themselves to
"Kill Taylor!" "Get Hinote out
of there" and seemingly had no
worry about the score that their
team was losing by. The Sharks
had more than sweet revenge for
their defeat at the hands of Ma-
lone Tigers in Chipley.

Anyhow, to get back to this
All-Conference Team. We were
the only press there, save for
Wallace Finlay of Blountstown,
who lives too close to Bristol
to risk picking such a team. We
consider it our duty to pick the
All-Conference team, even tho
we might be considered just a
little prejudiced. So here it is.
Wayne Taylor, forward
Blair Shuford, forward
Wilford Elliott, center
Terry Hinote, guard
Louis Ray, guard
We would like to give special
honorable for Franklin Fletcher
who did an excellent job of fill-
ing the spot left by Wilford Ell-
iott and his sprained ankle.
Well, there's your team, and
at the risk of being called a brag-
gart, we are going to say that
we have done an excellent job
of picking this team.

It made us proud of the home
town Saturday to see nearly
: three-fourths of the Bristol gym
packed with St. Joe people root-
ing the Sharks to their champion-
ship.
From the talk about town,
there will be just about as big
a crowd in Gainesville to see
them win their first State Cham-
pionship.

Needless to say, there were
some happy coaches and ball
players cavorting about on the
court Saturday night after the
championship game.
We found, out what made
them win too. When Millergren
called for the captain of the team
to come receive the trophy, the
entire team went out. There was
no captain, they were a team -
and what a team.


New Boat Club

Plans Their First

Cruise For Sunday


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HERE YOU .ARE SON! Chap Millergren, Bristol Principal gives the first place trophy to the entire
h b k tb ll team at the end of the finals last Saturda one


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for the title and the chance to go to the state tournament in Gainesville. (Star' Photos)


Sharks Bring roup 2 ForBoysBaseball
B aI A meeting was held Monday night
Sby the directors and officers of the
---.-- -- Little Boys' Baseball, Inc., to dis-
cuss organization tor the coming.

im nin yerSeveral dates were set for start-


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Begin State

Tourney Play

This Afternoon

As a result of trouncing the Ma-
lone Tigers by i 19 point margin
Saturday night in 'Bristol, the
Sharks earned the right to be the
first local :a 'team to carry the
purple and wlute to a state tour-
nament.
The Sharks, went up to the final
game of the district tournament
looking for the chance to go to the
state contest. The Sharks lost out
to Chattahoochee last year in the
district finals and came back this
year to gain the District II, Class
B title.
The Sharks left yesterday morn-
ing at 9:00 a.m. for Gainesville.
They will play their first game this
afternoon against Naples at 4:15
p.m., EST and will play all of their
games at 4:15 even including the
final 'game of the tournament. Tney
are staying at the Bambi Motel in
Gainesville in case any of you fans
wish to send them a message of en-
couragement.

Thursday night in the Sharks'
first'tournament game, they easily
took their first victory by defeating
Altha 74-31. Lewis Ray and Wilford
Elliott paced the Sharks with 14
points each. Taylor was high with
rebounds gathering in 14. Shuford
and Hinote were close behind with


12 and 11 respectively.
PLAYER fg
Snhuford 3r


Elliott 5
'Lions Club Plan Talent Hinote 4
Show For Next Friday Fletcher 1
I Mitchell 1
The Lions Club of Port St. Joe Knight 1
will sponsor a talent show, Friday,
March 15.in the Elementary School SEMI-FINALS
Auditorium. The Lions need just a 'Friday night the Sharks,


little more money to finish paying
for the scoreboard they installed on
the football field last year.
At the Lions show, all local tal-
ent will be presented during a show
that will last about an hour.
Tickets are now available from
any member of the Lions Club. The
price of admission will be $1.00
and 50.c.


ft pt
'5 11
2 14
3 '11
4 14
2 4
1 3
0 2


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SHARK FORWARD Wayne Taylor (No. 5) lays up two points against
Malone Saturday night in the Group II, Class B finals. Taylor was
the leading point maker for the Sharks against Malone.

'wouhd up with a one point margin Even though it was a hard fought
of a 53-52 score. The Sharks were game, the Sharks came out wi'tn
hampered in this game by the ab- an easy victory over Malone in the
sence of Wilford Elliott who had finals at Bristol Saturday night, de
sprained, his ankle the night before, eating the Tigers by 19 points,
Blair Shuford led in both the Malone was the team .that de
point and rebound department feated the Sharks at Chipley three
piling up 17 points and 17 rebounds, weeks ago In the conference tour
Wayne Taylor was second with 12 nament. The Sharks measured out
points and Te.rry TTinote irl. i .: a crushing defeat on Malone t


exciting game that saw the lead 'in 11 rebounds.
change at least a dozen times, came PLAYER fg ft
out one point ahead of Bristol at Taylor 3 6
the end' of an overtime' period. Shuford 5 7
The end of the regular game per- Fletcher 4 0
iod saw the game tied. During the Hinote 3 2
i overtime period Bristol drew ahead Ray 0 5
of the Sharks by four points, but Mitchell 0 3.
with 45 seconds left to play, the
Sharks poured on the steam and. FINALS


even the score, even without the
pt services of their high-scoring ace
12 Willford Elliott.
17 The Sharks trailed by two points
8 for about 20 seconds, but were nev
8 er behind for the rest of the game
5 Wayne Taylor was -the big 3cor
3 ing gun for the Sharks coming up
with 16 points.., Terry Hinote addec
12 and Franklin Fletcher 10. Tay


ing the season and selecting new
players. It was decided to start
try-outs for new boys April 8 at
4 p.m. at the Recreation Park.
Player agent, Bill Whaley, stated
he would be at the park every after-
noon during try-outs to sign boys
and receive their birth certificates.
There will also be a meeting at
'the Elementary School at 7:'30 p.m.
April 16 for parents to bring birth
certificates it they were not brought
during try-outs. The players will be
selected by team managers on the
night of April 18 at 7:30 p.m.
SGeorge Wimberly, Sr., will be in
charge of a barbecue supper at
Centennial Park Saturday night,
April 20 to support this fine rec-
reational activity. Proceeds will


S. R. Stone Named


Chamber President


The St. Joe Boat Club' will spon-
sor their first cruise Sunday, March
10. Anyone interested in going on
this cruise, whether members of
the club or not, is cordially invited
to participate.
Everyone joining in the festivi-
ties is requested to meet in White
City at 8:30 a.m. for departure to
Big Brothers River. The round trip
will be approximately 45 miles.
Members and guests are request-
*ed to take a picnic lunch.
The cruise will be conducted in
an orderly manner by St. Joe Boat
Club. Every boat operator is urged
to equip his boat with sufficient
life preservers. i
The official's of the St. Joe Boat
Club would like to make known to
all participants that this will be a
cruise and not a race. However, due
to the limited time they do not be-
lieve that a boat powered with a
motor under 10 hp will be suffi-,
cient.
'Rest room accbmodations are
available at the destination.
The return trip to White City
will leave Big Brothers at 2:00 p.m.,
arriving at White City at approxi-
mately 4:00 p.m.
For further information, contact
J. Lamar Miller, C. W. Long, Dave
Jones, Aubrey Tomlinson, Paul
Fensom or E. P. Lapeyrouse.
A regular monthly meeting of the
club will be held March 13 at the
Florida Power Lounge.
--4--


elp ray expenses r the com- Mrs. -Robert King is in charge of
ing year. The "All Star" team and t.e planning program this year
also the league winner of 196'6 will e planning program thi year
be introduced this night. The se- ,
elected players for all new teams F Test
for 1957 will also be announced. Fre Blod Test Program
There will be two four team Set By Health Dept.
leagues this year with the "Na-
tional. League" listed as follows:
"Krafties" with Tom Coldewey di- A free blood survey will start in
rector, Coy Williams, manager, Leo Gulf County this week, it was an-
Shealy, .assistant manager; "Ford- nounced this week by Dr. W. T.
Pontiac", George Wimberly, Sr.,- Weathington, director of Gulf Coun-
director, Bucky Walters, manager; ty Health Department.
''Rotary", Clyde A. Fite, director, The main purpose of the works
Dan Sexton, manager; "Kiwanis", is to detect unknown cases of dia-1
,Hubert Richards, director, John betes and syphilis. The tests will
Aide, manager. be made Friday night, March 8 at
The "American League" will be the Red Top Cafe, Chitty's Dry
composed of "Dozers", sponsored Goods and Grocery and Sherman's
by George Tapper Company, direc- Tavern from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday,
tor, George G. Tapper, Charles Car- the tests will be made at Stones'
ter, manager; St. Joe Hardware and Shop for Men, Streamline Cafe, 0.
The Star, as co-sponsors with Wes, T. 'Stallworth's Grocery and L. S.
ley R. Ramsey,. director and nan. Allen 'Grocery from 10 a.mn. to 6
ager to be selected; '4Sockys" spon- p.m.
scored by The Standard Oil Co., with The State Health Department is
Pete Miller as director and Joe cooperating with the County unit in
Paffe, manager, and the "Boxes" bringing this free service here.
t ,sponsored by the -Container Divi- These tests will be available with
sion of St. Joe Paper Company no cost to every citizen.
e with director and manager yet to
be selected.
Frank Poole was elected to be Fish Fry Planned To
umpire-in-chief for the season. Raise Funds for Scouts
- Work on the new field is progres-
1 sing rapidly and will be completed A fish fry has been planned for
- iby April 1. Friday, March 22 at the First Me-
t thodist Church to raise money for
Scout Troop 313.
lor collected 11 rebounds for the The purpose of the money raising
evening, is to provide money for sending
PLAYER fg ft pt Scouts from the troop to the Jam-
s Taylor 4 8 16 boree this summer in Valely Forge,
- Shuford 1 6" 8 Pa., and to send the troop to the
,Fletcher 3 4' 10 annual summer camp at Eglin Field.
- Hinote 6 0 12 Tickets for the fish fry are pric-
p Ray 1 0 2 ed at $1.00 and 50c.
i Mitchell 18 2 ------ --
- Chism 1 0 2 gSed 'The Star T6 A Prinad


The four.meetings will be held ans
follows:
March 11, 7:30 p.m., 3EST, High-
land View School Auditoriunm
March 14, 7:30 p.m., ESTr, White
City Community Building.
March 20, 7:00 p.m., CST, Wowa-
hitchka at the Court House.
March 25, 8:00 p.m., EST, Port-
St. Joe at the City Hall.
Any interested persons are in-
wlted to attend any or all of these
meetings.


Brotherhood Meeting
Draws Large Crowd

A combined meeting of the com-.
bined brotherhood organizations of
Apalachicola, Port St. Joe and Pan-
ama City was held at the Highland
View Elementary School Tuesday.
night with 120 men attending the".
dinner meeting.
The men enjoyed the meal, after
dinner singing and several quartet,
numbers, rendered by a quartet
from Panama City.
Dr. Harold B. Canning, of Wewa- ;
hitchka, a former medical mission-
ary to Nigeria was the guest speak-
or of the evening. Dr. Canning told
the men of how each could serve
in a missionary capacity and spoke
of the need of such work in our
own home town.

-Return From Gainesville
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Campbell re-
turned Sunday from Gainesville
where they visited with their daugh-
ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Billy Gaillard. Their granddauglitor,
Ann returned home with them for
a visit.

0G TO CHURCH SUNDAY


NUMBER 27





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George Tapper Elected Vice-President

Barke Returned As Treasurer

The new board of directors of the
chamber of Commerce met at the
Aty Hall Friday afternoon of last
reek for the purpose of electing a
)resident for that organization to
serve during 1967.
George G. Tapperlserved as tem-
)orary chairman for the meeting.
Silas 'R. Stone was nominated
tad voted in as the president of
he organization. George G. Tapper
vas chosen as vice-president. S. L.
3arke was re-elected treasurer of
"he group.
Stone is well known in Port St.
S. Joue and Gulf County. Het Is a na-
By tive of the city having been born
S'iere and the son of one of the old-''
a st families in residence in the area
s r. aow composing Port St. Joe. He is
a successful attorney and has been
..- ery active I n civic work here in
SILAS R. STONE the city. He is a member and ac-
S. President ive 'worker in the Metbodist
Church.
To Tapper is also a native of Port.
Church Women To St.e, and Stone, received his
Education here In the local schools
Observe Annual there was only one oo
SObseve A u building here for all 12 grade&.
Tapper is in the construction
Day f rayer business and is widelyknown thru
out the state as a legislator.
ByMrs. R. E. King Stone will be the third president
By M rs. R. E. King be of the Chamber of Commerce. He"
or Day of rayer wibe has been a director of that organi-
served in Gulf County, March 8. nation since it was organized in
The host church -will be the First 1956. Other presidents serving be-
Methodist Church for this religious fore him are Earl Atchison, who ser-
observance. ved in 1056 and Cecil G. Costin,
The World Day of -Prayer is a Jr., served in 1%56.
non-denominational organization of The Chamber is coming Into its
United Church Women and all chur- own as a promotional source for
ches are invited to attA.4 the ser- the city and Is curr u- working
vice from 7:00 a.m. t ':30 p.m., on several projects 'Ilat ill m-ean
March 8.. growth and improvement for Port
Mrs. James D. Wyker, chairman St. Joe.
of the national committee of World -
Day or prayer in her written re-
port to the Florida Church Woman Costin Plans Public
paper reminded church women that
this is the seventy-flrst observance eetings In Marc
of the day and that Florlda. is in-
cluded among the 16 states that The State Legislature will con-
led in attendance and offering. vene on Aprll 2, according to Cecil
The theme this this year is, "Who G. Costin, Jr., Gulf County Repre-
Shall Separate Us? and we are sentative.
all conscious this year of tensions In making this announcement,
around the world which we should Costin also told of plans for the
think about and those in our own conduction of four public meetings
country and hears. Let us ask the to be held during the month of
Heavenly Father to use us as chan- March to learn of any special legis-
nels to further His service and lation the people of Gulf County
purpose: here in our community and would like to have brought up at
country. Tallahassee.







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Engagement Announced


June 1. Mrs. S. "R. Stone andc
Mrs. II. C. Brown.
May S Mrs. Milton Chafin and
Mrs. Cecil Costin, Jr.
mlay 15, Mrs. Joo Dowd and Mrs.
B. E. Kilenney.
May 22, lMrs. Charles Gill and
Mrs. WN'esley Grace.
June 29, Mrs. Earl Atchison and
Mrs. Durel Brigman.
July 6, Mrs. Gaunon Buzzett and


Mrs. J. L. Miller.
MR. and MRS. BUD WILLIAMSON of this city announce the July 13, Mrs.. Hubert Richards
engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joy, and Mrs. Byron Smith.
to Lieutenant Wallace Odell Borden, of the United Slates July 20, Mrs. Bill Whaley and
Air Force, and son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Borden of SIrs. Herman nean.
Burnsvile, Mississippi. The wedding will be an event of Mrs. 27, Mrs. Louise Mazarol tcl
Burnsville, Mjssissi p> 7. 7 Mrs. lamar Hardy.'
March 2o, at 3:00 o' clock in the afternoon at the First Baptist August Mrs Richardson
Church. No invitations are being sent in town, but all friends and Mrs. (. Underhill.
and relatives of the couple are invited to attend the wedding A'gust 10, :\Lrs. eorge Ancho'rs
and reception. The reception will be held at thie Social Hall
of the Church immediately following the wedding ceremony. St. James Auxiliary Has
Monthly Business Meeting
Sunday School Class
Sunday School Class St. James' Auxiliary held their
Meets With Mrs. Fleming regular monthly business, meeting
The Tuthseekers Sunday School Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. in the
Class iiet for its regular monthlyeParishl p resident presided.st
business meeting Tuesday night ber pride, ride
with Mrs. Betty Ruth Fleming. The The meeting opened with a de-
meeting was opened with prayer by votional given by Mrs. Gardner Un-
~^ ~ Mrs. Ann Whittle. As. the devotion derhill followed with prayer.
OPEN SUNDAY, 5:45 P.M. the group had tan open discussion Reports from various committee's
OPEN 6:30 p.m.-SHOW AT 7:00 on tle first half of the book of were given. A report was given ont
Matthew. the worksliop held in Panama City
Several items of business were on altar work.
FRI)A I and SATURDAY discussed and the date of the meet The group voted to purchase Cot-
ing was changed.
1The hostess served delicious re- tas and Cassocks for the choir.
FEATURE No. I -- freshents and a social hour was were ade or
M I' TURNS IB O BESTr ....T enjoyed by all. Bishop's visitation with i St. Mar-
Mdve.TURNSDenBE garet's Guild in charge. Mrs. Un-
Advertising Doesn't Cost !t PAYS. dergill dismissed w-ith prayer.
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and Mrs. J. C. Odum.
August 21, Mrs. Joe S.harit and
Mrs. Fred Davis.
August :I1, Mrs. R. 11. MTIutoshi
and Mrs. T. Hutchins.


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THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1957


e B m seven nuSmtbers a for the crowd.
Hospital 'Auxiliary Lists Schedu e For PTA Honors Founders of Local Tommy Smith, Bay county uper-
BIntendent was guest speaker. Mr.
Members Attending Rummage Sale group n Ceremony ast Thursday spoke on "FEAchooLegi
lative Program".
_Refreshments were served by
Listed below is the schedule for .Last month the national Parent- ,Howell, Sr., Mrs. L. H Bartee, Mrs. members of the Senior Tri-Hi-Y in
Workers for ie Iospi al Auxiliary Bride-Elect Is Honored Teacher Association celebrated its B. W. Eells, Sr., Mrs Cecil Costin, the lunchroom. Junior Tri-Hi-Y
for the coming moths. sixtieth anniversary. In Port St. Joe Sr., Mrs. Florazelle Connell, Mrs. members acted as baby sitters.
fo arcli 2 Mrso R. H. Mclntoh hswith Coke parWly the PTA celebrated its 37th birth- Tom Owens, Mrs.R. G. Boyles, Mrs.
and Mr. Bob Fox. day with a joint meeting of both Sarah Logan Kenney, Mrs. Ralph
SMarchli 9 Mrs. Dave Maddox and Miss Ann Costin, bride-elect of high school and elementary school. Swa'tts, Mrs. Edwin Ramsey, Mrs.
S r .Mrs. Frank PaLe. April 6 was complimented w ith a The meeting was held in the high Charles Brown, Mrs. E. Clay Lew-
\ l March 16, Mrs. Gus Creech and Coke party Saturday morning from school gym Thursday night with is, Mrs. T. V. Morris, Mrs. Rush
Mrs. Kenneth Brodnax. 10 until 11 a.im. Mrs. Paul Fensom presiding. Chism, Mrs. W. D. Jones, Mrs. Myr-
1, March 9, Mrs. Briggs Scisson Hostesses Mrs. Otis. Pyle .nd invited honor guests were past tie Childers, Harry McKnight, Paul
A. s and Mrs. Henry Campbell. Mrs. W. T. Mosely, Jr., chose the residents o te PTA n Port St. Fenso, J. B. Harris and W. T.
1March 30, Mrs. Frank Hanon residence of the latter in her home Jo Thoe honored were Mrs. Rob- Moely THURSDAY FRIDAY
and Mr. William Wager. on Constitution Drive. Assisting in ert Tapper, Mrs. A. M. Jones, Sr., The high school band under the
an rs E iT O ne I onnstrti n D r i v Dins, Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr., Mrs. W. H. direction of Herman Dean played
April 6, Mrs. J. 0. Baggett aind serving was Mrs.B. dickens, Jr. A rown-U ion Picue
Mrs. Percy Fleishel- Attractive arrangements of aza-
April 18, Mrs. L. S. Bissett ind leas and spring flowers wore used o Grown-Up Emotions!
Mrs. Otto Anderson. Iliroughliout the rooms.
i ril 20, Mrs. John Aide and Mrs. Miss Co tin was .'rsentd a gift 'sT R E PABR **
Robeirt King. Iof' crystal by the hostesses.
, i S i^ April 27, \Mrs. S. L. Barke and
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The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors Star Making Plans To Run Series of --

CROSSWORD PUZZLE Children's Pictures Again This Year
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1ii 1 I
:14 s15 ...1 t r.'spollsibiliti(s of tolmorrowi's world The More Pictures, the Better ..
17 18 19 o20 our Nation n Coilinunitty will pilhe Star simply wants pictures .
rest upon the holderss of the chil- of all the youngsters and the more, '. .
21 22 23 24 dren of today. Since tllis is true, the better. So the mothers and fa-
25 26 27 :28 :.: the publishers of The Star would others of the community in which .
A. like to give you a good look at these this paper circulates .should remem- i .-,, ,


PUZZLE No. 436


ACROSS
1 Pouch
4 Rare
10 Inclination
14 Guido's
high note
15 Guides
16 Cry of the
Bacchanals
17 River of
Africa
19 Fur neck-
ieces
20 location
21 Hearing
organs
23 Supporting
framework
(pi.)
25 Covered with
ice particles
28 German river
29 French
article
30 Fine line of
a letter
32 Eats away
36 Turkish title
38 Abdicate
40 Decorate
41 Liquefy by
heat
43 Scorches
45 Therefore
(L.)
46 Go In
48 Scrimp
50 Swiss River
51 Retail shops
53 Church
steeple
55 A direction
56 Absorbed


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58 Boxed
60 One who
wears stripes
on his sleeve
(pI.)
64 Mathematical
term
65 Desert nomad
66 Fasten
securely
68 At no time
71 Become
wearisome
72 Enlarge
74 Period of
time
75 Pintail duck
76 Slanted
77 Part of
mouth
DOWN
1 Dry
2 Wing
3 Carved gem
4 Wore with
5 3.1416
ostenation
6 Ecclesiasti-
cal vestment
7 Part of plant
8 Look at
fixedly
9 Chariot of
ancient
Briton
10 Stood over
to defend
11 Wicked
12 Observe
13 Golf
mounds
18 Go by
22 Withers


24 A serious
fluid (pl.)
25 Blazes
26 One ruling in
place of the
sovereign
27 Coin (pl.)
31 Authoritative
decrees
33 David
Copperfield's
wife
34 Athena as
patroness of
the arts
35 Breathed
loudly asleep
37 Singing voice
39 Journeys
42 Dreadful


44 Cuts qnickly
47 Harvest
49 Schooled
52 Pays out
54 Sea eagle
57 Track
59 Make merry
60 Weakens
61 British
street car
62 Death rattle
63 Fodder stor-
age pit
67 Once around
track
69 Silkworm
(var.)
70 Knock
73 Symbol for
tellurium


future "World 1Builders".
The only way we can do this is
by publishing pictures of them ini
a feature series. To assure the la-
test adn best reproduction pictures
they must be all of uniform
size and quality.
An expert children's photogra-
pher with all the necessary equip-
'ment for this specialized work, will
be here Wednesday, March 20. Pic-
tures will be taken at the Motel St.
Joe and will be open from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
No Charge to Parents
There is no charge to the par-
ents. There are absolutely 110
strings to this invitation. It is. bona-
fide in every sense of the word.
Parents do not have to be subscrib-
ers. nor even readers or this 1news-
paper to take advantage of this fela-
jLure. Neither are they obligated to
purchase pictures after they are
taken. Those who want somnie addi-
jlional prints may obtain a limited
number by arrangettellnt with tile
Studio representative when they


her the date, March 20 at the Mo-
tel St. Joe and not fail to 'bring
their children to the photographer.
You will be mighty glad, after-
wards, if you did, and very, very
sorry if you do not permit your
children to participate in this
event. The kiddies will have much
fun and both mother and dad-and
the youngsters, too-will be very
proud to see their pictures in print
later.
Appointments may be made by
calling Mrs. Alfred E. Joines at
number 7-9686.

CARD OF THANKS
We would like to express oar ap-
preciation for the kindness shown
driring the illness and death of our0
father and grandfather. We also)
appreciate the cards and flowers
that were sent.
MRS. CURTIS GRIFFIN
and Family

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NOTICE OF HEARING OF Florida in national magazines is are now receiving gold-age and sur- he earns more than $20 h is partial re-
PETITION TO CLOSE ALLEY movin steadily onward with three vivors insurance monthly checks. tired. His earned income in excess
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: publications recently featuring the Each of these 'who is under age 72 of $1200 per year will be allotted
You will take notice that a pub- Sunshine State. The Saturday Eve-'is subject 'to the retirement test, to the months of the year at the
lie hearing will be held by the to the m of $p other year at the
Board of City Commissioners of the ning Post, Esquire and Coronet all John V. Carey, district manager of rate of $80 per month. A beneficiary
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, in its are stressing Florida vacation con- the Panama City office of the So- earning $1600 in a year would have
, meeting room on the second floor tars in their latest issues. $400 in excess of $1200. Dividing
St. tJoe Muniipa Bui in or The February 23 issue of Satur- to the proportions of its famous the $400 by $80 equals five. Thus
March, 1957, at eight o'clock P.M., day Evening Post devoted its main "piggy bank" spring and summer there would be five months' bene-
on the petition of Gubay Enterpris- feature article to "Roughing It At promotion. fits withheld and he would be paid
es, Inc., a Florida corporation, Miami Beach," complete with color Esquire also describes a new ser for seven months.
Which petition was spread upon he photographs and the latest jokes a rie n---
minutes of the Meeting of said vice of a car-hire company that
Boardinute of City Commissioners held concerning the Miami Beach hotels. vice o a car-hire compa t Mr. Carey explained that earned
on February 5, 19,57, requesting that The article devotes most of its provides everything the tourist income means salary and wages
said Board of City Commissioners several pages to the $16 billion needs for a fishing trip; including from all sources, whether subject
close, vacate and abandon that pub- Hotel Fontainebleau which it calls car, boat, tackle, guides and even to social security tax or not, and
lic alley hereinafter described, and cr Bo tkguides and evetoeaociasecrityatax or not, and
renounce and disclaim any right a "paradise for high livers and fast a thermos Jug full of coffee. net earnings from any self-employ-
of ;;e City of Port St. Joe, Florida, spenders it exists for one rea- Coronet magazine in its March il- ment. In other words, any income
and the public in and to the land son, to supply a craving for lux- sue features a five-page story on derived from rendering services of
lying within said public alley; said ury." the famous Spanish ,Monastery lp- any kind must be included in the
public alley being described as fol- Othe Miami Beach hostelriesaed at orth Miami Beach. The $1200 retirement test.
The alley in Block 7, according such as the Eden oc, 'San's Souci arle t All beneficiaries should notify
to the official map of the City Cistercian monastery was purchas-
of Port St. Joe, on file in the and the "hotel of 1957", the Amer- ed in Spain by William Randolph the 'Social 'Security Administration
office of the Clerk of Court, icana are also mentioned. But the Hearst and shipped, stone by stone, as soon as it appears that earnings
Wewahitchka, Florida, said al- may exceed $1200 in a year. Then
ley being bounded on the South hotel where daily rates range from to this country. at the end of the year and before
by Third Street, on the North $35 for one room to $175 for a three The knocked-down version of this at the end of the year and before
by Second Street, on the East room "presidential suite", and a oldest man-made structure still April 15, they must make a report
by Lots 2, 4,6, 8, 10. 12. 14, steak .dinner may .cost around $5, standing in the Western Heiof their total earnings or the year.
1 2, 20, 22 and 24, and on the steak dinner may cost around $25, standing in the Western Hemis-U tnitmyeoe
West by Lots 1. 3, 5, 7 9, 11,is the main subject of the article. here was .purchased by Ray- Unlecess arythis is done it om e benefit
13, 15, 17, 19, 21 and 23. While the March issue of Esquire mond 'Moss and William S. Edge- necessary to repay some benefits
All interested parties may appear devotes a four-page section to Mia- man, put back together again in received.
and be heard at the time and place mi Beach plus the East and West Florida, and is now operated at a For further information regard
above specified, dated this 5th day ing Social 'Security, you should con-
of February, 1957. Coasts, the magazine for men stres- tourist attraction tact your social security office at
BeOAiw OF CITY COMMISSIONse more down-to-earth vacation tact your social security office at
BOA H FO II i TSIO ses mor tw o h dvacadon ___ 522 Mercer Avenue, Panama City.
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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 W: m Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
SBy The S.ar Publishing Company
WESL EY R. RAMSEY ----- -- --- Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Ma, loor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Boukkeeper
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SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida., under Act of March S, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-3161
TO AbVERTISERS"I case of,error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage rather 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,


Page Horatio Alger!
Lemuel R. Boulware, vice president of General Electric,
agrees with Edmund Burke who sought to dissuade James III
from driving the American colonies into rebellion that: "The
only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do
nothing."
The evil that disturbs Mr. Boulware is our accelerating drift
toward a welfare state and away from the system of free, compe-
titive enterprise that has made this nation not only the wealthiest
but the happiest in the world. It is time, he thinks, for another I
American rebellion against the demagogue's axiom that: "It's
good politics to be anti-business."
To show how right the rabble-rousers are, and to prove
that the businessman is in the public's dog-house, he cites a pre-
convention Gallup poll in which a cross-section of the voters fav-
ored for the Presidency a man who "usually sides with labor"
over one who "usually sides with business" by more than three to
onel No wonder Mr, Boulware observes in a recent article in
HUMAN EVENTS that: ". .. the politicians figure union offi-
cials can and do influence votes, while businessmen can't and
don't."
But it is high time to consider who is picking on whom.
In such a country as ours, in which the vast majority of us are
businessmen (and businesswomen), such a poll proves that either
people don't think, or a lot of businessmen don't believe in the
system of which they are a part! Perhaps the owner-driver of a
taxicab, the man who runs a lunch-counter or a filling station, a
newsstand or a farm doesn't think of himself as a businessman.
Perhaps the small businessman's mind has been poisoned by the
demagogues with jealousy of the man who works for a "big" busi-
ness when anyone in his right mind knows that small businesses
get big by doing a good job for the public. We all know that,
because we are all customers. And every worker, whether for
a big business or a small one, should cherish his American right
to set up a business of his own if and when he wants to.
The alternative to our free enterprise system is the welfare
state, in which, as Mr. Boulware points out, everyone will be
very little indeed except the anti-business demagogues and the
Federal overseers. If we are to save what we have, businessmen
will have to save it all businessmen, from the shine boy to the
board chairman. They will have to discover what they believe
and why, and learn to talk about it as loudly and as convincingly
as the politician plugging for Big Government and collectivism.
They must in fact, convince the politicians that it's very
bad politics to be anti-business. And soon.


Israel Still UN's Baby
Whatever else the President's radio and TV address to the
nation accomplished, it gave the analysts some analyzing to do.
He did not (we thuoght) urge sanctions moral or otherwise -


Washington

SEE SAW
by WIN PENDLETON
INCOME TAX TIME-It's gett-
ing toward "that time." Need help
o.n yours? If you come under the
heading of a "small" business man,
here's an idea. Write to the Senate
Select Committee on Small Busi-
ness for a 116 page booklet called
"Tax Guide for Small Business." It
was written at the suggestion of
Senator George Smmathers. Three
weeks ago Smathers was talking
to his friend Arthur Godfrey and
Godfrey complained about the dif-
ficulty of making out his income
taxes. Smathers sent him a copy of
his booklet. Godfrey liked -it so
well that he told his television au-
dience about it. Immediately the
Committee was overrun with re-
quests. After the third day the av-
erage reached 500 requests in each
mail. Result: rush order for 10,000
additional copies. So, get yours
while the Committee still lhas a
supply. After they run out you will
have to pay 30c for a copy from the
Government Printing Office.
WHITE HOUSE TESTIMONIAL
-After Jim Haggerty, press secre-
tary to the President, returned from
his recent Florida vacation he
wrote to Congressman Charlie Ban-
nett, "I had a wonderful time at
Ponte Vedra and got the first real
rest and relaxation that I have had
in more than a year. It is a perfect
spot." At the same time, the White
House appointment secretary, Ber-
nard Shanley, indicated tha* serious
consideration is being given to the


personal appearance of President


against Israel, but insisted that the UN is on the spot and must put
up or shut up. At the same time he csided Israel for non-com-
pliance and obstructionism.
Regarding UN reluctance to take issue with Russia on the
Hungarian massacres, while urging sanctions against Israel, and
perhaps in answer to Senator Knowland's "double standard" ac-
cusation, the President reminded the nation that "two wrongs do
not make a right". He also pointed out that the USSR is "relatively
impervious" to sanctions and that there is "no equating of Israel
with the Soviet Union".
While President Eisenhower was apparently pleading with
the American people for some expression of their faith in and
support of the UN, he also appeared to be confirming Senator
Knowland's "double standard" appraisal.


A United States of Europe
A United States of Europe, to consist of France, West Ger-
many, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg may
be close at hand after a three-day Paris conference in which
major differences appear to have been ironed out. The six na-
tions would do away with customs barriers and set up a unified
atomic power program.
If and when this happens, Americans can forget about the
35 hour week, higher pay, more fringe benefits or more coffee
breaks. Having given these nations our mass production know-
how and restored their economic stability we'll have to really
buckle down to compete. It might be good for all of us on
both sides of the ocean.


Eisenhower at the Fort CarolineWars Service Officer. Testimony:
'


Memorial .service on June 80. Could
be that Haggerty has 'been talkingI
to his boss about his Ponte Vedra
trip.
SHRIMP BOAT SONG---They'ra
singing that song again. This time
it was ,sung to the new Under Sec-
retary of iState, Christian Herter.
The whole Florida Delegation was
represented, also the Coast Guard.
Same old problem. We don't want
Mexico shooting up ou shrimp
boats just because we fish on. the
west side of the Gulf. We want -he
State Department to get some sort
of treaty agreement set up. Also,
we want another full-time Coast.
Guard patrol boat in the area. ('We
now have one full-time and one
parttime). The State Department
was polite. Said they were sympa-
thetic to the problem. But, after
the way they have handled the
Middle East, don't expect much
help for the shrimpers.
MORE BEDS WANTED-The big
push was put on last week for a
new 1,000 bed hospital at 'Bay (Pines.
A hearing was held on Jim Haley's
bill calling for it's construction.
Here to testify for it were: Melvin
Dixon, Dunedin, State Director of
Veterans Affairs; J. D. Murray, Ft.
Lauderdale, Chairman, American
Legion 'Rehabilitation Commission
for-Florida; Kenneth Doncaster, St.
Petersburg, Veterans of Foreign


Homecomin'


Seems. as if things have chang-
ed here in Florida these past
twenty years. I know 'cause I'm
finally coming back here to live.
Now I guess I'm like a lot of
people. I keep telling myself I
wish I'd stayed here 20 years
ago and bought up some of that
land at two dollars an acre.
They tell me tho, that land is
still a good buy even at these
fancy new prices. One thing for
sure that hasn't changed in
Florida and that's people. I do
like the people. .
Everyone is most helpful in ad-
visin' me and making' kindly
suggestions-when I ask. From
where I'm sitting' that makes
for good livin'. These are my


kind of people. People that don't
do much tellin' and people .that
don't like to be told. We like to
make up our own mind about
a lot of things such as where
we'll go to the movies, what
brand we smoke, and if we want
to get together for a friendly
glass of beer.
I know a lot of you folks know
me, but from now on I'll be
right here in Florida. I'll be
stopping' through your town one
day.

69oe '7/


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NEXT 10 PRIZES
Mercury Monterey 4-
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awarded as prizes include
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heater, white-walls, direc-
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include power-operated
retractable back window.


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-or $2,000 CASH
if you buy a used cat
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that they couldn't build it at Fort
BOMBS AIWAY-Where will the Myers because the subsoil wasn't
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Air Force has been planning to lo- MoDill Air Force Base
cate a weapons center in Florida. --- '------
It looked for awhile as if it might GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
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Long Avenue Baptist WMU Has

Mission Study Program Friday

"Home Missions U. S. A.", a Jackson, Mrs. M. L. Britt, Mrs. P.
book by Dr. Courts Redford, was B. Fairley, Mrs. H. L. Ford, Mrs.
the object of study by women of T. D. Hutchins, Mrs. Turner Mozo,
the Long Avenue Baptist WMS, Mrs. Drew Hall, Mrs. C. H. Mc-
Friday evening in the social hall Knight, Mrs. Eldridge Money, Mrs.
of the church. Mrs. Joe Ferrell, mis- Doyle Retherford, Miss Alma Bag-
sion study chairman opened the gett, Mrs. D. Brigman and Mrs. Joe
meeting b teaching the first chap- Ferrell.
ter entitled, "I Will Make of Thee
A Great Nation."


_LAFF OF THE WEEK


At 7:00 p.m. a covered dish sup-
per was enjoyed. Mrs. Durel Brig-
man, social chairman, was in charge
of the tables. Napkins picturing all
phases of Baptist mission work in
the United States maintained he
theme of the study throughout the.
meal. After the supper, the remain-
ing chapters of the book were pre-
sented by Mrs. iFerrell, who us-'d
the words of the great commission
as a challenging conclusion: "And
ye shall receive power, after that
the Holy Ghost is come upon you:
and ye shall be witnesses of me


both in Jerusalem, and in all Ju-
Returns Home dea, and in Samaria and unto the
Kathryn Marshall is now at home uttermost part of the earth."
with her parents for an indefinite Present for this informative stu-
period. She has been attending Col- dy were Mrs. Tommy Castleberry,
orado Women's College. Mrs. Bobby Bowden, Mrs. Cliff Har-
--1 per, Mrs. Grady Player, Mrs. J. C.
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Odum, Mrs. T. J. Braxton, Mrs. Bob


RED SWITCH Stalinist
Andrei Gromyko replaced Dmitri
Shepilov as Russia's foreign min-
ister, indicating tougher policy.


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From the Webster Times, Web-
ster, Massachusetts: A business
firm must account to its share-
holders for the way the firm's
money is spent. When a question
is raised, a full and honest ex-
planation of the conduct of the
business is forthcoming-unless
something unwise .or illegal has
transpired.
As a rule, those responsible
for running a business are eager
and proud to tell of their accom-
plishments. When they withhold
information, the stockholders de-
mand an investigation.
A town is big business. The
same above-board, honest expla-
nation of town affairs should be
given to the citizens, and usually
that is what happens. However,
it isn't always practical to go
into details of every routine occur-
rence, and that isn't expected.
Nonetheless, transactions often
come to light which arouse the
interests of the voters. Sometimes
the citizens fail to ask questions,
and officials rarely offer volun-
tary explanations because few
seem interested enough to ask.
Occasionally, things transpire
which are purposely unexplained
by officials though citizens may


speculate as to the advisability,
or even the legality, of such trans-
actions. In such cases, they de-
;pend upon their newspapers to
ask the questions and to acquaint
the public with the facts, in the
best interests of the town.
When a question is raised, there
should be an honest answer given.
Any official or department should
"be willing to give a full and open
explanation without quibbling. In-
deed, they should be eager to do
so, if their actions are honest
and above suspicion. Only by
this means can the citizenry
know that they have chosen the
right officials for the job
Voters will decide on much
town business which they want
conducted they will have
every right to know how this busi-
ness is transacted. Therefore, in
many instances, questions should
be raised in order to give the
shareholders the voters and
taxpayers .. a fair and honest
picture of, how their officials are
working for them.
Let us raise these questions
as often as seems necessary. Full
and honest answers should be
forthcoming.


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PRIZE WINNERS


Anniversary Contest


No. NAME words turned Words
In Accept.
11 Mr. Ben Roe, 510 8th St. 948 946
10 Mrs. Bill Iverson, 1008 Garrison Ave. 1150 1140


Mrs. Ernest Wimberly, 1019 McClellan Av. 1234
;Mrs. Wayne Buttram, 1014 Garrison Av. 1390


6 James T. McNeil Indian Pass
5 Mrs. Joe R. Wilkie, 814 Garrison Ave.
4 Mr. H. F. Walding, David's Motel
3 Mrs. ohn R. Tanper, White City


1215
1388


1462 1462
1618 1596
1912 1911
2005 1971


2 Mrs. G. D. Underhill, 116 Hunter Circle 2177


2161


GRAND PRIZE
Two Custom Tailored Suits for man and wife-Valued at $190.00


Mr. B. B. Scisson, 801 16th St.


3718 2448


All Winning Entries Will Be On Display Thru Sat., March 9
STONES' would like to take this opportunity to thank all the
people of Port St. Joe who have patronized our store during
the past year and have made possible this event. We appreciate
having had the priviledge of serving you and look forward to
serving you in the years ahead.
WE iRENEW OUR PLEDGE to offer you only the best in National-
ly Advertised Merchandise at Popular Prices and to give you
our 100% guarantee on every item we sell.
THANK YO UAGAIN for your wonderful support.


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6.40x15 Reg. 19.59 with
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$24.50
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Kiwani Studies league treasurer. to
n Ts of financing more
Business ITuesday bleachers for the high school foot-
ball stadium was discussed and it
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club was decided on to use proceeds
held a business meeting Tuesday from th becoming Kiwanis minstrel
noon at their regular meeting date in April for this purpose as well as
on the occasion of the monthly re- their work of providing glasses for
port from their treasurer. underprivileged children.
Next week the Kiwanis program
Items taken up for discussion will feature a color movie made
were th6 Kiwanis participation in by the Bonifay Kiwanis club of
the Little Boys Baseball, Inc., sys- their annual rodeo. The movie will
tem in Port 'St. Joe for another be brought to Port St. Joe by a
year. It was moved by the club visiting delegation of the Bonifay
that the treasurer be instructed to Club and shown after the regular
send their check to cover the ex- noon luncheon next Tuesday.


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*- I U D Y 7, 195 THE .T... -.-1 -T. J(I-, -UL e.*Y F
--'


The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors



You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Lonag Avenue Baptist Chncrd
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:' p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE. (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Comer Lug Avenue and 16th Street

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME"
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RECEIVE AWARDS: Pictured above are three of four Cub
Scouts receiving awards last Thursday night. They are, left
to right, Joe Garcia, Michael White and Jake Belin. Billy Wa-
ger, the fourth recipient left before the picture was taken.

Cub Scouts Observe Annual Scout


The annual father-son banquet
of Cub Pack 47 was held in the
social room of the Methodist
Church Friday night with approxi-
mately 60 Cubs and parents attend-
ing.


Following the banquet, a short
talk was given by J. C. Belin on
behalf of the Cub Pack sponsors,
the Rotary Club. Belin talked on
"What the Cub Pack Means To The
Rotary Club".
Following the short address, sev-
eral awards were given by Elmore
Godfrey, acting as Cubmaster in
the absence of W. L. Porter.
Receiving awards were Joe Gar-
cia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sermons,
three silver arrow points; Michael
White, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
White, one silver arrow point; Bil-
ly Wager, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. F.
Wager, one silver arrow point and
Jake Belin, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Belin, wolf award.


OLD CHAIR AND SOFA

It's just like magic the
way we remake your
furniture from the frame
out. : Cat us nowfor a
free estimate.


BUTLER'S TRIM SHOP
Phone 7-2051 112 Reid Ave.


Symptoms of Distress Arising from
STOMACH ULCERS
DUE TO EXCESS ACID
QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST
U 0. 2 N- 0',
oOver five million packages of the
WILLARD TREATMENT have been sold
for relief of symptoms of distress arising from
Stomach and Duodenqial Ulcers due to Ex-
cess Acid-Poor Digestion, Sour or Upset
Stomach, Gassiness, Heartburn, Sleep-
lessness, etc., due to Excess Acid. Ask for
"Willard's Message" which fully explains
tis'lhome treatment-free- at
Smith's Pharmacy
Buzzett's Drug Store


ST. JAMES' EPISCOPAL CHURCH
The Rev. G. D. Underhill
Priest in Charge
Tirst Sunday In Lent, March 10.
7:30 p.m. Celebration of the Holy
Communion, The Rt. Rev. Hamilton
West, D. D., Bishop of Florida, will
be the Celebrant. The Laymen's
League will meet in the Parish
House for coffee and doughnuts im-
mediately after the service. 9:45
a.m., church school. 11:00 a.m., The
Second Office of Instruction, The
Order of Confirmation, The Bish-
op's Address to the newly confirm-
ed persons, and sermon. Bishop
West who is making his visitation
will Confirm and deliver the ser-
mon. -Immediately after the 11:00
a.m. service we will have our regu-
lar monthly covered dish dinner.
We are having the dinner on the
second Sunday of the month instead
of on the third in order to use the
occasion as a Reception for our
Bishop.
Ember Day, Wednesday, March
13. 7:30 p.m. The Litany, A Peni-
tential Office, Instruction on Holy
Communion and discussion.
Ember Day, 'Friday, March 15.
!7:130 a.m., Celebration of the Holy
Communion.
The public is cordially invited to


Arthur DeMoss Secured To Speak

At Combined Layman Meeting Here

Arthur DeMoss, a leading Chris- Many of Mr. DeMoss' booklets,
tian businessman of international "God's Secret of Success" will be
note, will be the guest speaker at distributed throughout the town as
Sa foretaste of that which will be
many church and civic meetings on gained from his presence in Port
gained from his presence in Port
March 23-25. There will be three. Joe. Tis paching layman re-
union meetings with all church
union meetings with all church cently spoke in Mexico City and
groups combining on Saturday nightre hundreds of men
Sunday afternoon and Monday and women were brought to Chris-
night. Mr. DeMoss will hold two tian faith. You are invited to co-
layman's luncheons and speak in peratwhol hearted wh this
the Sunday School, youth and operate whole heartedly with this
the Sunday School, youth and g e ri
grand enterprise.
church services of the various
churches.
Gordon Hallmark is chairman of One of the natural chaiasteristes
of cranberry jelly and other tart
this campaign for Christ and is in- truit jelly is to "weep" after the
biting all the various church groups mold Is cut. To prevent this. placO
both men and women to meet with cranberry Jelly in smaller molds
the committee this Sunday after- so that all of it will be used up at
,noon March 10 a.t 3 :i.0 to make one meal. Then none w bill he IfT


final plans. to stand and "weep."


INCOME TAX SERVICE
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You may be entitled to a refund


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Baby Week


BUYS


Ford is longer for'57..


SLEEVELESS SHIRT
Dainty floral pattern 59c


DRESSES
With matching slip 1.00 up


Ford is livelier...


BABY SHOES
Perfect fit 1.00 up


Whatever you're looking for in
7 a modern car, you'll surely find
in one of the 21 Ford beauties
for 1957. The styling of every
model bears the distinctive Mark


Ford is lowest-

priced*of the

low-price three!
*Based oan comparison of manufacfurers' suggested retail delivered prkes


of Tomorrow. And beneath the
exterior beauty is an all-new
"Inner Ford" that brings you a
more comfortable ride, out-front
performance, still longer car life
;: : all with Ford's traditional
economy! Also, there is a whole
new' family of Ford V-8 engines-
right up to the new Thunderbird
312 Supercharged V-8 that
delivers a terrific 300 hp. And,
if you like a "six," you may
choose the Mileage Maker Six-
the most modern and most power-
ful "six" on the market. Visit your
Ford Dealer and see how easily
you can start enjoying big-car
fun in a new 1957 Ford. .-'-


ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY


Port St.- JoeI Flord


GAY RUFFLED PANTS
Plastic-lined nylon 1.00


NYLON SUN OUTFIT
Playsuit and bonnet 1.00


ALL COTTON BLANKET
Fine knit in pastels 59c


TERRY SLEEP SET
Booties and pajamas 1.98


HA LIMA R 'S


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-
dar has a space for keeping up with your
mileage for lubrication purposes.



Come -In Today!



Woof word's Standard Serv.


113 Monument Ave.


Phone 7-7171


And Parent Banquet Last Thursday'worhip with us and is assured
a warm welcome.


CONTINUES THEIR



BIRTHDAY


PARTY

This Gigantic Sale Continue through Satur
Night, March 9 Come see the values BOY
has assembled for you.


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THURADAY,~iY MAR.CWl 7,1951


THE ISTAR, PORT ST. JOEt, GULF COUNTY, MAMMARID


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FOR SALE: 1956 .Mercury 2-door
hard-top, black and white. Price
$1800.00. $300 down, balance $63.00
month. Call 7-25,13, Carl Gullford. c
FOR SALE: 1951 1% ton Chevrolet
truck. Good shape. $495.00. Can
be finart d. See Bill Carr, St. Joe
Hardware. 3-7-tfe
FOR SALE: 1955 Harley-Davidson
motorcycle 16'5. In perfect condi-
tion. All extras. $350.00. Call 0. M.
Taylor. 3-7-2tc
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house. See
Frank LeHardy or call 7-9141. It
FOR SALE: '48 Chevrolet. Good
condition. G o o d tires. Phone
7-4'956. N. G. Martin. Itp
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. 3-74tp
SEE TH LARGEST selection of
SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS
in this section of Florida. We fea-
ture the WORLDS LEADING
SPORT SHIRTS, "McGREGOR".
See the newest styles and fashions
.at STONES' SOIP FOR MEN. St.
Joe's store of style and quality at
popular prices.
FOR SALE: Two beach lots. Rea-
sonable. Phone 7-4256.
FOR SALE: House on Woodward
Avenue and one on McClellan.
FOR SALE: Home at Oak Grove.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAIl 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.

SPECIAL SERVICES
-OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re&
)aired, also.
ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work
guaranteed. Quick dependable
service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. L-
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
.-3032. tfc
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in ay.-
ing money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
PANA-CRAFT BOATS
and E-Z TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
R'ADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
WAP.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Thursday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren Invited.
C. W, LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty.
tHERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every second and
fourth Friday night at 8:00 p.m.
EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secty.
All Master Masons cordially invited.


WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddle,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
LEGAL AD'ER TIMING
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to
Chapter 20953, Laws of Florida, Acts of
1941, the undersigned persons intend to
register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after the
first publication of this notice the fictitious
name or trade name under which they will
engage in business and in which said busi-
ness is to be carried on to-wit: Leo lt.n-
nedy, doing business as Kennedy Electric
and Refrigeration Service, Port St. J, Pila.
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NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to
Chapter 20958, Laws of Florida, Acts of
1941, the undersigned persons intend to
register with the Clerk of the Circuit CouIt,
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after the
first publication of this notice the ficitltious
name or trade name under which they will
engage in business and in which said busi-
nes s to be carried on to-wit: 0. 0 Grims-
Icy, doing business as Gulf Coast Wrecking
and Salvage Co., Box 275, Foley, Fla.
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ANNOUNCEMENT

This is to advise the public
that I am back in my office
to serve you.

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Optometrist
Apalachicola, Florida


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FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Close in. Mrs. C. A. McGowin.
Phone 949991. 2-28-tfc
FOR SALE: Good used electric
range. Full size. Phone 7-3986 or
see Mrs. H. F. Ayers. tfc
FOR SALE: Two adjoining lots on
Marvin Avenue. High and dry
with nice trees. Phone 7-3986 or
see Mrs. H. F. Ayers. ttec
FOR RENT' Furnished apartment.
305 6th St., Phone 7-4511. tfc
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished apartments
Cool in summer, warm in winter.
Window fans, gas heat. They have
to be seen to be appreciated, Wim-
ico Lodge, White City, Phone 9-4083.
tfc-2-21
WANTED: Concession operator for
Drive-In Theatre. Age 20-35. Must
be neat, aggressive, able to meet
people. Speed essential. Previous
experience unnecessary. Apply to
manager Port Theatre. No phone
calls.


Rotary Club

Selects Directors

And President

The "Hungries" have fallen be-
hind as of last Thursday in the Ro-
tary Club's attendance contest. The
Hungries had a four point lead in
attendance up until last meeting
when the Hopefuls absentees of the
past week all turned in make-up
cards signifying that they had made
up for their missed meeting. The
Hungries had three absentees last
Thursday while the Hopefuls had
none.
Leroy Bowdoin had the program
Thursday and introduced Tommy
Smith, supervisor of public instruc-
tion in Bay County who spoke to
the club on the Community Col-
lege to be constructed in Panama
City. Smith stressed the need foi
higher education in this age of ato-
mic energy. He emphasized that our
opponent, Russia, is pushing educa-
tion at a more rapid rate than the
United States.
Smith declared that a Junior Col-
lege would provide higher education
for students close at home allow-
ing for more economical higher
education for Bay and Gulf County
students. Smith stated that the
school would open its doors-for stu-
dents in September.
'Following the program meeting
the club held its annual election of
a board of directors. Three of the
directors on the board had their
terms expire and were replaced at
Thursday's meeting. Those elected
were Herbert Brown, Jimmy Greer
and Wesley R. Ramsey.
The new board of directors had
the job of naming the president
from their membership for the com-
ing year. The board named Jimmy
Greer who has been a member of
the club since the second year of
its existence. Greer has served the
club several times as a director and
has held the position as sergeant-
at-arms for many years. He will
take office in July. S. L. Barke, re-
tiring president, will automatically
assume the duties of vice-president.
L. S. Bissett -was returned to the
post of treasurer and Wayne Ash-
ley to the post of secretary for an-
other year.

Adult Cage Tourney
Set For Port St. Joe

A basketball tournament for the
men's teams of this area will be
held here in Port St. Joe on March
14, 16 and 18 in the High School
Gymnasium.
Teams to be represented will be
Port St. Joe, Apalachicola, Wewa-
hitchka, two teams from Tyndall
AFB and two league teams from
Panama City and Vernon.
There will be two trophies and
various medals given in the tourna-
ment.

Florida Bishop Will Visit
St.. James' Church

The Rt. Rev. Hamilton West, D.
D., Bishop of Florida will be the
Celebrant at the celebration of the
Holy Communion at 7:30 a.m. the
First Sunday in Lent, March 10 in
St. James' Episcopal Church.
At the 11 a.m. service, the Bishop
will address the newly confirmed
persons and will deliver the sermon.
Immediately following the sermon
a covered dish luncheon will be
held in the parish house.
The public is cordially invited.


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