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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 14, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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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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Port St. Joe- The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Ghattahoochee Valley"

VOLUME XX Single Copy 8SO _ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARQH 14, 1957 NUMBER 28


Sharks Lose Out In Semi




Finals In State Tourney



Vernon Is Straw


SHARKS: Front row, left to right, Lewis Ray, Terry Hinote,
Wilford Elliott, Wayne Taylor and Blair Shuford. 'Back-row
'left to right, Coach Craig, Franklin Fletcher, Edward Smith,
Wayne Davis, David Musselwhite, Jackie Mitchelland Coach
J. L. Faison. In back is Jackie Sheffield, Mgr. ( photo)


Wayne Taylor, Wilford Elliott Are

Picked By Scribes For All-State Team


WILFORD ELLIOTT


Legion, Auxiliary To

Observe Anniversary

A joint meeting of the American
Legion Post 116 and Auxiliary Unit
will be held March 19 at 8:00 p.m.
at the American Legion Home. It
will be a birthday party with a sup-
per and birthday cake to celebrate
the 38th birthday of the American
Legion.
There will be a short busin ass
meeting of the Post and Unit and
then supper and fun. Cards are b,>
ing mailed to all members. If your
husband or wife is not a member,
'bring them as guests.

Send The Star To A. Friend


Two Port St. Joe boys, Wayne
Taylor and Wilford Elliott were
chosen by sports scribes thruout
Florida to be part of the All-State
basketball team.
Elliott and Taylor were two of
ten players picked for the honor-
ary-"team. The choosing of two
players from Portwqt. Joe.speaks
well of the calibti--of the Port St.
-Joe squad.
Elliott has served as center for
the local squad for the last two
years and has been the team's
leading score maker during this
time. He is a Senior and will gra-
duate this year.
Taylor, who is a junior this
year has played forward on the
team for the past two years and
is one of the mainstays of the
squad.


Red Cross Directors To
Plan Fund Campaign

There will be a meeting tomor-
row afternoon of the- directors of
the Gulf County Chapter of the'
American Red Cross at the Florida
Power Lounge.
The meeting will be held at 3:00
p.m., with Ernest C. Wimberly,
County Chairman presiding.
At the meeting plans will be laid
to conduct the 1957 campaign for
funds which will begin' next week.
A chairman for the drive will be
selected at this meeting.


BOYS ARE RUNNERS-UP

Washington High School Girls Team Wins

State Colored Basketball Championship


Washington High School girls
proved to be the best in the state
Saturday night by dropping Roum-
hao 48-47 in the Championship,
Game in St. Augustine.
Washington girls were called on
to open the Tournament Thursday
evening at 7:00 p.m. meeting Doug-
las High of Live Oak. Washir.glon
rolled by Live Oak with ease 61-35.
Friday evening at 7:00 bfoin 'heI
Washington girls against a stro-ig
Jerkins High of Perry. Washington
again put on a strong offense drcp-
ping Jerkins 54-37.. By this rime
things were getting tough for Wash-
ington. At 9:15 Saturday W:aiiing-
toi swept Mebano High of Alachta,
62 56. By winning this one Wash-
ington also won the right to play
for championship that night.
At 7:00 p.m. Saturday night
Washington went against Roulhac
High of Chipley in the champion-
ship game. Roulhac took the lead
at the start of the game but Wash-
ingjton fought back quickly and
took the game under control until
late in the' fourth quarter. Then
Roulhac again threatened to take


the lead. Washington wasn't going
to let this happen this close to a
championship. It was a battle all
the way but Washington managed
to be on top at the end 48-47.
: Willie Mae Farmer was selected
captain of the all-state team. Mary
Francis Hutchinson, Vivian Faye
Hughes and Charles Siples also
were selected to the roster. Willie,
Mae -Farmer was also high scorer
in the tournament dropping a total
of 11'5 points in four games.
Boys Are Runners-Up
Washington High boys also came
up with a flashy game dropping
Dunellon without strain. They also
managed to surge by Jackson Coun-
ty Training School in a thriller.
After dropping Jackson Saturday
morning, that night found them up
against Mayhaw of Blountstown in
the championship game.
- It was a close game all the way.
With minute+ and a half left in


That Breaks

The Camel's Back

Defeat Naples In
Tournament Opener

Port St. Joe's Sharks took a little
trip to Gainesville last week to play
in the state basketball tournament
and stirred up probably the most
interest in sports that ever has
been created in Port St. Joe- in
some years.
The Sharks had been the first
team from Port St. Joe High School
to go to the state contest and had
.the hopes of a state championship
stirred up in the hearts of all the
fans here in the city.
It's all in the record books now,
and is'well-known throughout the
city that the Sharkls won up to the
semi-finals where they lost out to
a strong and tall Vernon team.
Defeat Naples
Port St. Joe gained an easy vic-
tory over their first foe, Naples, in
tournament play by defeating them
57 to 27. The Sharks outscored
Naples in every quarter and were
never in trouble.
Wilford Elliott, playing on an an-
kle that had been badly sprained
just a week before was still hign
point man for the Sharks dumping
in 24 points. Taylor and Hinote
each contributed 13 points to help
the cause along.
(Practically the entire team were
grabbing rebounds with Taylor lead-
ing the way with nine, Shuford got
"eight, Hinote six ,nd Eluott five.
Player fg ft pt
Taylor, f. 2 14 13
Shuford, f. 0 3 2
Elliott, c. 10 6 24
Hinote, g. 4 7 13
Ray, g. 1 1 2

Lose To Vernon
Friday, the Sharks had a sad
time when they were defeated by
Vernon who went on to win the
state championship.
The Sharks ended the first quar-
ter two points behind Vernon. At
the half time the Sharks had a
one point lead and after the third
quarter the Sharks were seven
points behind. In the middle of the
last period, the Sharks had gained
to within four points of Vernon
when Hinote and Taylor fouled out.
Vernon then went on to win 60-48.
Wilford Elliott, still troubled with
his ankle scored 17 points to lead
the Sharks. Taylor was a close
second with 14. The Sharks were
again recovering rebounds well.
Elliott led with 11 recovered. Hi-
note brought in seven, Shuford six


and Taylor 4.
Player
Taylor, f.
Shuford, f .--- -.
Elliott, c.


fg ft
6 3
3 7
7 6'


Hinote, g. 1
Ray, g. 0
Fletcher, '0
Mitchell 0
Chism 0
----- k ----


Lions Club To

Present Talent

Show Tomorrow

The Lions Club will present their
talent show tomorrow night at the
Elementary School featuring local
talent of a great variety, from
the "time honored" rock and roll
by G. F. Lawrence and Jesse Stone
to a harmonica solo by Jimmy Cox.
Show time will be at 8:00 p.m.
sharp. Funds derived from the
show will go toward paying off the
balance owed by the Club on the
scoreboard on the High School
football field. The Lions bought the
scoreboard last year as a club pro-
ject.
Featured on the show tomorrow
night will be: Clio Adkison, Miss
Celia Tomlinson, Miss Rosemary
Tomlinson, George Padgett, Jimmy
Cox, Miss Elizabeth Ann Brown,
Mrs. Charles Brown, G. F. Law-
rence, Jesse Stone Jessie Ander-
son, 'Herman Stripling, Jimmy
Burns, Larry Parker, John Simpson
Miss Wanda Kennington, Miss Bar-
bara Mitchell, Miss Elaine Mussel-
white, Bill Cowden, Earl Atchison,
Hubert Richards, Dick Lamberson,
Ronald Mathis, Janice'Sue Spauld-
ing, Miss Caroline Trawick, Kenny
Marlowe, Bruce Parker, Alex Gail-
lard, Terry Hinote, Jackie Mitche.l,
Willie Daniell, David Musselwhit3,
Edward Smith, Fred Griffin and-tne
Misses Cindy Carbonneau, Marsha
Cargill, Betty Ward, Christa Duren
Marie Talley, Diane Lay and Judv
Fensom.


Band Boosters Meet Tonight

There will be a meeting of the
Band Boosters tonight in the Band
Room of the SPort St. Joe High
School.
The meeting will come to order
at 8:00 p.m.


Costin Sets Meeting

At White City,.


Representative Cecil G. Cos-
tin, Jr., announces that he will
hold the second in a series of
meetings tonight to discuss fu-
ture legislation for Gulf Coun-
ty.
The meeting will be held at
7:30 p.m. in the White City
Community Building.
Anyone in the County Is urg-
ed to attend.
The next meeting of this
type will be held on March 20
at 7:00 p.m., C8T, In Wewa-
hitchka at the Court House.
On March 25, Costin will
meet with citizens in the City
Hall here in Port St. Joe at
8:00 p.m.


Enthusiasm Shown

Over Speaker Visit

The Laymen's Crusade led by the
dynamic insurance executive, Ar-
thur DeMoss is growing in impe-
tus. All the information thus far
received promises indeed that this
will be one of the most challenging
religious efforts made in Port St.
Joe.
At the prep meeting last Sunday
afternoon most of the church were
represented and from this a series
of cottage meetings, advertising
Ideas, program plans have come.
Mr. DeMoss will hold two dinner
meetings, general meetings on Sat-
urday night, Sunday afternoon, and
Monday night, March 23-25. He has
been invited to the services of the
several churches, and will be the
speaker of a special assembly at
the high school.
All the men and women who are
interested in the continued work
and preparation for this Crusade


All members and persons in the will meet this Sunday afternoon at
High School Band are urged to at-13:30 at the Grammar School Audi-
tend. torium.


Rev. and Mrs. Nelson White In Revival

At Hiland View Assembly of God Church


The Rev. and Mrs. Nelson E.
White of Fort Mycers. are the guest
evangelists for revival services at
the Highland View Assembly of
God Church ,'with services begin-
ning March 19. The church is locat-
ed at Highland'View on Third St.
It has been announced by the
pastor, Rev. T. C. Earnest that ser-
'vices will be conducted each nighL
at 7:30 p.m. through March 31.
Special music and singing will
be featured nightly. Evangelist
White is an accomplished trombon-
ist. In 1947 and 1,948, he won top
honors in the state of Florida in
the high school trombone solo com-
petition. Mrs. White accompanies
on the piano accordion and assists
in ithe singing and children's activi-
ties. The couple have traveled and
ministered extensively in the east
and southeast U. S.
The public is cordially invited to
attend these services by the pastor,
T. C. Earnest.


Paving Began On

Howard Creek Road


'
Work was began this week on
Men's TOUrnament the paving of the Howard Creek
Starts Tonight at 6:45 Road, which has been on the see-
tarts Ionigh at ondary paving agenda of the Coun-
ty for the last four years.
Six teams from this area will The paving will be done by the
enter the Men's Tournament Thurs- George G. Tapper Company of Port.
day night with high hopes. At 6:45 St. Joe.
Apalachicola will play Wewahitch- The present paving job will not
ka, 8:15 Port St. Joe will meet the include'the entire job all the way
Panama City league winners, the to Howard Creek. It. will be 2.7
First Baptist Church and at 9:30 miles long which will take the -oad
C & G Sporting Goods will play from Highway 71 about a mile
Vernon, led by Sam Mitchell of the North of the St. Joe Fire Tower to
Class B State Champion fame. just West of Cypress Creek.
There will be keen competition The road has been sought by
in these games.with some excellent pulp wood interests for the past
players of both high school an.I several years since the area is rich-
college experience. Admission wil' in pulp wood and poor in roads to
be 50c and 25c. get the wood out. It will also serve
in a secondary capacity as an ac-
Boy Scouts Will Sell cess road for sportsmen to the
Hot Dogs Each Saturday Brothers River area.


the fourth quarter Washington was Troop 47, Boy Scouts of America
leading. But Mayhaw managed to will sell hot dogs in front of the Bob
'forge ahead to win the 70-78 battle. Port Theatre every Saturday after- John C
Washington posted two men on noon to help defray expenses to the Thursd
the All State team, Damon McNair Scout Jamboree at Valley .Forge, to spend
and Lee Denson McNabb. pg | family.


To Arrive For Visit
Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Smith will arrive
ay from Emory University
nd spring holidays with his


Free Fish Fry Planned

For Chamber Members

'There will be a fish fry for the
members, wives and guests of the
Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce
Monday, March 18 at 7:30 p.m.
The fish fry will be held at the
Centennial Building and will be
free to the Chamber members and
their guests.
All members and those interested
in becoming a member of the local
Chamber are urged to attend.


Thursday Plans To


Tapper Plans for




Shopping Center


1 OBoats Take

Part In Boat Club's

First Cruise

Even though Sunday was a little
chilly, the St. Joe Boat Club did
not 'et the weather interfere with
their first cruise.
The members of the St. Joe Boat
Club and guests assembled in White
City Sunday morning, a little later
than had been planned due to the
cold weather, and set out on the
cruise to "Lapey's Roost" on Big
Brother's River.
Leaving White City, the boats
cruised down the Intracoastal Can-
al to beautiful Lake Wimico and
on across the lake to Jackson River
(which is known as the shortest
river in the country, a -distance of
four and one half miles,) before
reaching the Apalachicola River.
Turning north on the Apalachicola
River, the boats wound their way
up the river, passing such well
known fishing creeks as ,Sauls
Creek, Hoffman Creek, Hidden
Johnson Creek, Johnson Slough and
St. Marks River, before entering
Big Brothers River. The familiar
fishing haunts off Big Brothers Ri-
ver consisted of Little Brothers Ri-
ver, Harrison Creek and Bearman
Creek.
The cruise arrived at "Lapey's
Roost" about eleven-thirty a.m. A
picnic lunch was spread about
12:30.
After the picnic, some of' the
members of the club participated
in racing aud boating up and down
the river. '
After a delightful day, the boats
started on the return trip over the
same route, arriving In White City
about five p.m.
The.following shared in the fes-
tivities: Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Par-
ker, Mr. and Mrs Brady Jordan
and daughter, Danice, Mr. and MrS.
Billy Hammock and son Allen, Gor-
don Farris, Bill Brown, George
Neel, Bobby Neel, Kemp Kennedy,
J. B. Griffith, Clarence Harris, Bud-
dy Walker, Tommy Walker, C W.
Long, Dave Jones, Mr. and Mrs. E.
P. Lapeyrouse and daughters, Ray
and Jo Ann.
The participants of the cruise are
to be commended for their skillful
and courteous manner in which
they handled their craft.
lArirangements for .the St. Joe
Boat Club's next activity are al-


Super Market To

Be First Building

George G. Tapper, president of
the Tapper Construction Company
announced plans to begin construc-
tion Monday morning of a new, mo-
dern super market building on Mon.
ument Avenue.
The building will be of concrete
block and reinforced concrete and
will be 76 feet by 120 feet. There
will be a spacious parking lot in
front of the building which will be
located between the. first Baptist
Church and Monument Avenuie.
The building will be occupied by
the IGA Super Market.
According to Tapper, the building
will be modern in every resp- et
and will be one of the finest super
market buildings in West Florida.
Tapper said that plans call for
the razing of the motel now stand-
ing on the .corner of Monument and
Second Street and a complete new
and modern shopping center will be
constructed on the site.
Tapper purchased the site last
fall when it was offered up for sale
at auction.


Dedication Set For

Jim Woodruff Dam

Dedication plans for Jim Wood-
ruff Lock and Dam eo the Apalachi-
cola River at Chattahoochee, sche-
duled for 2:00 p;m., EST, March 22
are complete.
Dedication Co'mmittee Chairman,
J. C. Glasendanor of Chattahoochee,
announced thousands of guests are
expected to attend the mammoth
celebration.
Speakers include Governor Mar-
vin Griffin of Georgia, Governor
Leroy Collins of Florida, Lt. Gover-
nor Guy Hardwick of Alabama, Sen-
ator Herman Talmadge of Georgia,
Senator Speasard Holland of Flor-
ida, Senator John Sparkman of
Alabama and others.
The Corpls of Engineers will be
represented by Major General E. C.
Itschner, Chief of Engineers; Brig.
Gen. Henry J. Hoeffer, Division En-
gineer and Colonel Harold E. Bis-
bort, District Engineer.
Major General Wilton B. Per-
sons, Deputy Assistant .to the Presi-
dent will represent President Ei-
senhower.


1 hm ht uof the celebration will
ready inderway. be an address by J. W. Woodruff,
__ Sr., of Columbus, Georgia, President
of 3-Rivers Development Associa-
Last Week End Set tion.
For Free Blood Tests Jim Woodruff, Jr., Executive
-- Vice-President of the organization,
This week end will be the last will serve as Master of Ceremonies.
period for getting free blood tests The program will be covered by
in Gulf County. The schedule for six television stations for rebroad-
the tests will be as follows: cast throughout the valley area.
Thursday, 4 to 8 p.m., Port St. Communities from Atlanta to the
Joe, Paris Inn and Blue Bird Cafe. Gulf of Mexico are preparing to
Friday, 4 to 7 p.m., Wewahitchka send large groups of civic leaders
Blue Front Cafe, Hillside Grocery to the celebration. Columbus Geor-
and Gaskin Quarters. g.t's Chamber of Commerce is plan
Saturday, Port St. ,Joe. Health ,idng a chartered bus caravan which
Department, 10 to 4, Peters Grocery will visit Fort Gaines Lock and
10 to 6 and Mobile Unit, 10 to 6. Dam en route.


Two Beach Houses Belonging To

Watson Smith Destroyed By Fire
--..-I


Close Wednesdays The Port St. Joe Fire Department joining dwellings.
S aywas called to Beacon Hill earlyi After the fire was extinguished,
Monday morning at 12:15 to a Mrs. C. E. Thompson served hot
W. E. Thursday, owner of Thurs- beach house fire. coffee and milk to the firemen.
bay Chevrolet Company announced The house, owned by Watson The Fire Department was caliad
this week that his firm would con- Smith of this city, was completely the second time to Beacon Hill ap-
tinue to close on Wednesday after- destroyed. When the fire depart- proximately one hour after exting-
noons.. meant reached the scene the fire uishing the first fire to the same
He stated that their reason for had engulfed the front half of the location where a garage apartment
closing was that the employees of structure and any effort to save it also belonging to Watson Smith,
the firm needed the half day off was hopeless due to a limited sup- burned to the ground. The garage
to allow more time with their famr- ply of water. The firemen fought apartment stood behind the main
ilies. the flames for two hours and' house which burned in the first
two adjoining houses suffered only fire.
Week End Guests slight damage from overheating and The firemen were hampered on
scorched paint. The two dwellings 'his second fire by a 7200 volt high
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Laney had as were about 10 to 15 feet from the line which melted and fell to the
their guests over the week end. burning frame house: ground making a dangerous situa-
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hightower and The Fire Department exhausted tion.
children, Tommy, David and Shar- its supply of water in the fire track The cause of both fires was un-
on and Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Ham- and the 1500 gallons carried in its known. Both buildings were unaoc
brick and son Don of Pensacola. new tank truck to save the two ad- cupled.






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Mrs. Croxton Ht;;ess P" wId 3Mew th ent byt n Ray Taylor
To WSCS Circle 1 prayer led by"Mrs. Davis. W th O is Meets With Mrs. Long Enen
I Mrs. Belin, program chairman,I -Engagement
chose as her topic, "All The World Circle 3 of the Woman's Soc ie
,Mr. C. G. Croxtoni was hostess Is God' On", followed with pray of Christian Service met n the Circle No. 1 of the Presbyterian A
to Circle 1 of the Woman's Society er. home of Mrs. Chauncey Costin Mon- Womenmet at the home of Mrs. IS Announced
of Christian Service of the First c a atno C. W. Long Monday afternoon. ___
Methodist Church Mionday March Mrs. Morgan Jones, Chairman, day afte~noo, March 11. ev. William T. iverson gave the
11 in her home at White City. conducted a short business meet- Mrs. Li00 's. Temple, program ve Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ray of Port
11 in her home at White City. in chairman, led, the program. "The Bible lesson. Plans were presented St Joe announce the engagement
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, president of The hostess served cake and cof- 6th Goal" of the WSCS was read for the work of the church. of their daughter, Zola Lena,
the WSCS and Mrs. Fred Davis fee and the meeting closed with by Mrs. John Beasley. Mrs. Tillman Refreshments were served to the Robert Leslie Taylor, son of Mrs.
were among the 11 members the WSCS benediction, read scripture taken frOm the 19th 'following members: Mrs. M. Elder, Emmitt Dobbins of Keokuk, Iowa.
eat. The meeting opened with Mrs. The next meeting will be held on chapter of Luke, verse 41 through Mrs. J. R. Smith. Mrs. Tom Mitchell Miss Ray is a senior at the Port
Jake Belin reading 139 Psalms 7:10 March 25 in the home of Mrs. A. J. 42, followed with prayer. The wor- Mrs. Dick Spillers, Mrs. Norman St. Joe High School and is em-
^"_ Owens. snip center showed an outline of a Campbell, Mrs. J. N. Perritt, Mrs. played by the Municipal Hospital
city. Mrs. Ed Ramsey commented Henry Campbell and Mrs. Donald- as a student nurse's aide.
on "The Migrant Missions in Our son, who was a visitor at the meet- Mr. Taylor is stationed at Cape
Southern Towns". "A Farm Home ing. San Blas.
for Children" was read by Mrs. J. --I Wedding plans will be announced
C. Laney. "A Dulac Indian Mission CARD OF THANKS at a later date"
OPEN SUNDAY,..5A:4S P.M. In Louisiana" was given by Mrqs, We would like to take this: means
UPEN 6:30 p.im.-SHOW AT 7:00 J. L. Sharit. of thanking our many friends here Arriving From Mass.
P'ITAY anno SATURDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Coffee and cake was served bh in Port St. Joe who were so kind
FEATURE No. 1the hostess to the eleven members to us during our recent bereave- Mrs. Benny Roberts is expected
FEATURE No. .- and two visitors. ment. to arrive home this week from Bos-
coLm "RICKTURE, R Isef The meeting closed with prayer Your words of sympathy, flowers ton, Mass., with her mother, Mrs.
Siu unison. and acts of kindness were most Sarah Kenney who has been visit-
.___________ ______Visit In Gainesvllle time. May God bless you all for week. Mrs. Roberts will be here
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Marshall and your goodness. with her mother while her husband
Ust IDA LUPIN0 JAN STERLING daughter Miss Kathryn Marshall MRS. ESTELLE GRIFFIN is in Alaska.
E MOOREPH AREY TOTTER SATURDAY ONLY and Miss Kathleen Dowd spent the and Brothers and Sisters To Return To Atlanta
PHYLUS THAXTERk HOWARD DUFF week end in Gainesville and attend- ----To Return To Atlanta
\ y -,su CMWLBUR ao,. DOUBL.E FEATURE ed the basketball games of Port St. Star Want Ads Get Resulti Mrs. H. H. Tillman of Atlanta,
N 2 Joe High School. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Ga., will return to her home after
--FEATURE No. 2--I P ;


TRRGET for every loose
gun...and cn 4n the
West! ''


SUNDAY, MONDAY
"THE BURNING
HILLS"
Tab Hunter and,
Natalie Wood
TUESDAY
"A PRIZE
OF GOLD"I
Richard Widmark and
Mai Zetterling
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
"THE BEST THINGS
IN LIFE are FREE"
Gordon MacRae
'Dan Dailey
All Star Cast


AWRTHONY ''
KATY JURADO

MASON
O CKim NOVAK

SUNDAY. MONDAY
------------------
SUSAN HAYWARD'
KIRK DOUGLAS
A Ti' 'Th- si1lu.li,,n1 '
S" out of liiand!
*. a I^',,. l.


TUESDAY, 'WEDNESDAY


'SLEEPING CITY'
Richard Conte and
Coleen Gray


I


SALE STARTS

Thursday
MARCH 14
DOLLAR DAYS
are
SAVING DAYS


mm-


spending a month here as the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ramsey.
Attend Tournament
:Among those attending the bas-
ketball tournament in Gainesville
this past week end were Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Shuford, Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Pridgeon and daughter Nancy,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mitchell and
daughter Barbara, Rush Chism and
daughter Delores, Paul Fensom and
son Chesley and daughter Judy and
Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Taylor.


OPEN EVERY

Friday
TILL 8:30 p.m.
w-LISTEN TO WJOE
PAY ROLL CHECKS
GLADLY CASHED


STRIKE IT RICH IN '57 A Dollar Saved A Dollar Earned PAY CASH PAY LESS
MEN'S LADIES Ladies' and Children's
Short Sleeve SHIRTS SH 0 ES SPORTSWEAR
$1.00 each $2.00 Pair $1.00 ea*.
Cool, comfortable, washable. That good, A real selection of buys with Just you in
tough, "wearable" skip dent to see you You paid up to $9.95 for 'em before. Boyles mind. Shirts, sweaters, tee shirts, shorts.
through a long hot summer. Tan, green, has cut these to the bone. LOOK FOR All items a must for fun in the sun this
blue and white. S. M. L. THEM ON THE FRONT. summer.
Use Our Lay-Away Follow The Crowd
Men's Blue Chambray Work EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA! BOYS
SHIRTS BOYLES JEANS
$1.00ea. GIVES AWAY 2pr. $3.00
Sizes 14 to 16. Roomy, well made GIVES M HI C Tough, sanforized. Sizes 4 to 16.
2 large pockets. Real deal for School and play. Rub 'em, scrub
the hard worker. 'em, tub 'em they can take

uth T4W S IOney MEN'S
2 for $ 1 0 Thursday, Friday and Saturday WORK SUITS
Sor $ oly BOYLES will give you a $4
Thirsty, heavy, double thread nice bright shiny silver dollar
CANNON. Reg. 69c towels. iny silver dollar $4.00 ea.
Smart solid colors. A must for for each $10.00 you spend. The
the thrifty homemaker. very first time ever for such sav- YEPI We mean it. Both shirt
and pants for this Jow, low price.
'Beautiful Beach Towels ings and the extra bonus of be- price. Khaki and grey twill. San-
$1.00 Each ing paid to shop. forized. Tough but well fitting.
Absorbent and as pretty as a BOYLES brings you quality at
summer day. Big too! prices you like to pay.
We Gift Wrap FREE OUR MOTTO: QUALITY, SERVICE, SAVINGS SAVE THE BOYLES WAY
$$$$$$$$ $$$ $$$ $ $5 $$$ $$$$$$$ $$.$$$$$ $$$$$$$


No Profit For Us Savings For You
LADIES' DRESSES


1 Special Group -



1 Special Group _-

New Spring frocks at a terrific
BOYLES brings their prettiest


$5

$8


savings to you.
dresses to you


at this special pre-Easter price for a bigger and
better DOLLAR DAYS.


Save At Boyles Pay Cash Pay- Less
1 GROUP Misses and Junior

DRESSES -- $4.00 ea.
Just in. Just right for wearing now. A VALUE
PACKED BAaRGAIN.


A REAL DOOR BUSTER
AVONDALE
DRESS LENGTHS
$2.00 ea.
These goods usually sell for 79c
and 98c yd. chambrays, cords,
ginghams. All a big buy and a
big savings for the thrifty Mrs.
Sew and Sew.
Colorful
PR INTS
3 yds. $1.00
Again Boyles has searched the
markets and found YOU some
really pretty prints for those
many summer frocks. Buy now
and sew and save.


- Pay Cash Pay Less -
GIRLS'
BRIEFS
3pr. $1.00
Cotton plisse and Rayon Tricot.
Well fashioned, full cut. Wear
proven. Ideal for the long hot
summer ahead.


ONLY BOYLES WOULD DARE
MEN'S SUITS




$201
We only have 21 to sell at
this ridiculous price. Good 1
range of sizes. Wools, Ray-
ons, and blends. The smart
shopper shops Boyles and
saves.


Save At Boyles Pay Cash


- Pay Less


SUPER SPECIALS


Ask your favorite salesperson to show you the
added extra dollar day savings. There are many
items that space wouldn't permit us to mention.
Good values all.


WE ARE NOW GIVING
Save-Mor coupons
Premiums On Dispiay in Our
Store
Ask For A Catalog
SWIFT'S PREMIUM
FRANKS
Lb. 39c

SELECT QUALITY
BEEF LIVER
lb. 37c

PORK CHOPS
FIRST CUT 39c

CENTER CUT ---. 59c
OUR BEST
Ground Beef
3 lbs. 99c

Ga. Grade 'A' Dressed & Drawn
(4 to 6 Ib. Average)
HENS lb. 39c

U. S. NO. 1
POTATOES
10 Ibs. 29c
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WITH $5.00 PURCHASE
SUGAR
5 lbs. 39c

TWIN PET
DOG FOOD
6 cans 49c

Don't Forget Your Coupon

They Are Valuable


BANANAS
Lb. 10c


ALL REGULAR
CHEWING GUM
3Pkgs. 10c

ARMOUR'S LIMITED
SALAD OIL
No. 10 $1.49

10 Oz. Can McKenzles
Strawberries

Ea. 19c
(LIMITED)


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MARKET


Week End Special


Front End Job
Align Front End
Set Camber and Caster
Set Toe-In
Set King-Pin Inclination
Balance Two Front Tires
Criss-Cross All Tires


2 FACTORY-TRAINED MECHANICS
On Duty At All Time


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CABIN HOME
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JIM DANDY
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Neck Bones 10c


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STOKELY'S
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46 OZ. TOMATO
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STOKELY
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STOKELY NO. 2V2 CAN
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29c


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35c


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EFFECTIVE APRIL 1
Port St. Joe Grocery Stores
Will Observe The Follow-
ing Store Hours.
Mon., Tues. and Thurs.
8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday
8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Friday & Saturday
8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.


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These Numbers.

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7696

9549


Frozen egWHOLE OKRA BABY LIMAS 5 pk
BLACKEYE PEAS FORD HOOKS
Palm Vally Sausage Roll -5 Ib
Palm Vally Bologna. S"lio 3 Ib
Palm Vally Franks 3 lb
Hickory Slab Bacon Sliced or3 Ib
GUARANTEED
Fresh Ground Beef 3 Ib


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Rotary Club Celebrates Birthday of State Tax Council Declares County

Alexander Graham Bell and Telephone Assessments Too Low Over


The Port St. Joe Rol]r('y Club
observed the birthday (nf Alexan-
der Graham Bell and the invention
-of the telephone at their luncheon
Meeting Thursday at noon.
Presenting the' program to the
'.club were Joe L. Sharit and How-
ard McKinnon of the St. Josepn
Telephone and Telegraph Company
and S. C. Schucart of Tallahas3ee
'of the communications division of
the 'Florida 'Railroad and Public
:-,.Utilities Commission. Schucari pre-
sented an address to the Rotarians
on the advancement of telephone
services in the United State, and
compared phone service here with
other, countries. In Florida Schu-
Kcart said that there an average of
':34.6. telephones for every 100 per-
sons in the state of -Florida. This
is slightly above, the national aver-
age. He said that last year $101,-
280,000 was spent in Florida adding
158,000 new telephones in the state


and still the demand was great for
more phone service.
As a comparison world-wide,
Schucart said that the United
States had 60% of the telephones
in service throughout the entire
world. He said that service here
in Port St. Joe was 100% better
than that in London, England or
Paris, France. He declared that es-
pecially long distance service
abroad would cause an American
to hang up in disgust.
Schucart said that the day is
not long off when a person may sit
in his own home and dial anywhere
in the United States without call-
ing the operator. Long distance
calls to anywhere will be as speedy
as local calls. He said that opera-
tors are now dialing these long dis-
tance calls without having to call
stations along the route, but that
in the very near future, even he
step of calling the operator will be


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BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ._ 6:1 p.m.
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Port St. Joe, Florida


TALLAHASSEE Most of Florida's 67 counties. hard-pressed
financially to support their .schools, would favor creation of a state
agency with advisory powers to improve county tax assessment
methods.


Dr. Paul J. Piccard, staff mem-
ber of the Citizens Tax Council,
said last week an analysis of re-
ports of 51 county tax councils

eliminated. Schucart said that if all
the phone systems in the United
States were manually operated in
place of dial there would not be
enough women in the United States
between the ages of 25 and 40 to
operate the switchboards. "The au-
tomatic dial is necessary for the
phone business to stay in opera-
tion", he declared because of labor.
Schucart also gave the Rotarians
a glance at how the telephone ser-
vice- is also rendering an invalu-
able service to medicine, radio,
television, industry, transistor de-
velopment and many other phases
of modern living through by-pro-
ducts of its service.
Guests present at the Thursday
meeting were Dick McIntosh of
Port St. Joe and Jim Asbell of
Panama City.
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showed more than half favor a state
agency which would help local as-
sessors develop standard and pro-
fessional assessment techniques.
Piccard said the reports showed a
"striking lack of uniformity" in as-
sessment practices.
Most of the county councils, par-
ticularly in the larger counties, felt
that homesteads are escaping their
homesteads are escaping their fair
share of taxation for school 'pur-
poses, but aside from a serious de-
ficiency in .school funds most coun-


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bring your prescriptions to or
have your Physician phone .

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ties feel they have enough funds o
deal with general county govern-
ment.
State Piccard said the reports reveal


that. most property is assessed at
about 30 to 40 per cent of its ac-
tual value despite the fact Florida
law requires assessment at full cash
value. One count council said its
tax roll was a hodgepodgee of as-,
scssment based upon the personal
opinion or whim of the officials
who have held the office."
About one-third of the county
councils favored giving a state
agency administrative power over
local assessments, but most object-
ed to the idea of allowing a state
agency to decide assessment ap-
peals of individual taxpayers. About
one-third advocated complete re-
appraisal of all property by an out-
side independent appraiser.


* Folks just naturally love Ford's lower,
sleeker silhouette. And they love Ford's
new ThunderbirdV-8's and- Milcage Maker
Six. But the thing that's really got 'ecm
buzzing is Ford's new ride. In the new kind
of Ford, vital riding features team up to
give you the smoothest going in the whole
ride world. For example:


New automatic variable-rate rear springs
Going from a highway to a byway in a Ford, is like
going from satin to silk. New design allows Ford's rear
springs to "soften" or "stiffen". depending on road
conditions. You get a smooth ride all the wayl I







More comfortable seating
There's no sag when you sit in a Ford ... even on long
trips. Comfort-contoured seats, rigidly anchored, have
advanced springing for greater comfort and longer life.


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Loans for building a new home
Improvement Loans for your home
Loans for replacing home equipment
Consolidation loans for all your bills

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REALTOR,
403 Monument Avenue


INSUROR


Phone 7-3201


More weight and length
Head for the roughest road in the new kind of Ford.
Notice how the biggest bumps lose their "thump"I One
reason is that this biggest, longest, heaviest Ford has the
extra "beef" to give a smooth, road-hugging ride.





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New swept-back Ball-Joint front suspension
Ford's new, stronger front suspension is designed to soak
up the shock of rough roads. The new swept-back design
lets wheels "roll" with the bump and absorb it going
away ... for far smoother, steadier sailing.


More body insulation
Ford has more body insulation-protection against
weather, dust, and noise-than any car in the low-price
field. You ride through city traffic in library-like quiet.


Better balance
One of Ford's nicest back-road habits is to make believe
the rough spots aren't there. Proper weight distribution
and precise balancing let Ford iron out bumps far better
than many of the higher-priced cars.


New lower-pressure tires
Even Ford's tires are new for a better ride Although
they require less air pressure, they hold about 17% more
air for cushioning the car. This means a softer ride-
without sacrifice of Ford's good handling characteristics.







No metal-to-metal chassis and body contact
Only Ford in its field uses 20 Cushion Quiet rubber body
mounts more than any other low-priced car. It all
odds up to a smoother, quieter riding car.


Try the new kind of ride in the new kind of IR


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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!


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Phon 7.71 71 113 Moumn Ave.


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DeSoto, Leon and Okeoehobee ad- county reports in formulating its
.ocated consolidating city and coun- recommendations to the governor
ty assessment and collections, but and Legislature on proposed revi-
a large number opposed even so sions in Florida's overall tax struc-
much as a city referendum on a ture.
proposal to consolidate although -K
Piccard said it "works well where Star Want Ads Get Results
it has been adopted." -
The state council will study the Advertising Doesn't cost it PAYS.



INCOME TAX SERVICE
Get your INCOME TAX FORMS completed and mailed promptly.
You may be entitled to a refund


Phone 7-7171


113 Manument Ave.


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Hospital A ywere purahased for tho hoApItal, The secretary Wag inatructed to
Names New Officers Mrs. victor Anderson and Mrs. write letters of appreciation to Joe
Briggs Scisson purchased 48 bed Sharit, Harry Saunders, Mrs. Dot-
m trays with legs and Mrs. Kenneth tie Thomas, Mrs. H. S. Lllius, A. P.
The Hospital Auxiliary met at Brodnax and Mrs. George Anchors Martin, Gannon Buzzett, Dud Crain
the home of Mrs. J. Lamar Miller secured about four dozen plastic and the Merchant's Division of the
Thursday morning, February 28, at dishes. The committee investigat- Chamber -of Commerce for their
10:00. The meeting was called to ing the ramp and patio, Mrs. J. La-. contributions and cooperation with
order by the president, Mrs. Wayne mar Miller, Mrs. Lawrence Bissett the Auxiliary,
Hendrix. The minutes of the pr and Mrs. Henry Campbell, reported The nominating committee, Mrs.
vious meeting were read and ap- that they thought it advisable that George Anchors, Mrs. Charles Gill
proved, and the treasurer's report this project be postponed. [and Mrs. J. Lamar Miller, submit-
was given. Mrs. Hendrix thanked Mrs. Gus ted the following slate of officers
The president' then called for Creech for her. work wth the high for the coming year: President,
committee reports. It was reported school girls who are working at the Mrs. Joe Hendrix; Vice President,
by the Flower Committee, consist- hospital and who have- been help- Mrs. Lawrence Bissett; Secretary,
ing of Mrs. Horace Soule and Mrs. ing at the Rummage Sale. She also -Mrs. T. D. Hutchins; Treasurer,
Gannon Buzzett, that flowers, were thanked the four members of the. Mrs. A. P, Wakefield. Mrs. William


sent to the hospital on several oc- Rummage Sale committee, Mrs.
casions and pot plants were put in Robert King. Mrs. William Wager,
the waiting room. Mrs. Frank Hannon and Mrs. Joe
Mrs. Joe Ferrell and Mrs. Durel Hendrix, for their work during the


Wager moved that the slate be
unanimously adopted. The motion
was seconded and carried.
Mrs. Joe Hendrix then took over
the chair as presidnet. She gave
the report of the executive commit-
tee and stated that Miss McLane
had made several requests for the
hospital, more privacy in the wards,
stainless steel wear and more Blan-
kets. As all these are necessities,
an open discussion was held on
money making ideas with a few
tentative plans to be investigated.
Mrs. Durel Brigman and Mrs. Joe
Ferrell were appointed to investi-
gate curtains or screens for wards.
Mrs. Silas Stone was to look into
the cost of stainless steel. Mrs.
.Horace Soule was reappointed flow-
er chairman.
On the Rummage Sale Commit-
tee, Mrs. Wayne Hendrix, Mrs.
George Anchors, and Mrs. Tom
Parker, Jr., will be in charge of col-
lecting rummage. Mrs. Byron Smith
will be in charge of lists of mem-
bers keeping open Rummage Sale.
Anyone having any rummage is ask-
ed to cantact any of the above col-
lection committee and they will be
glad to pick it up.
There being no further business,
the meeting was adjourned.

Mrs. Rawls Hostess
To WSCS Circle 2
Mrs. B. E. Rawls was hostess to
members of Circle 2 of the Wo-
man's Society of Christian Service
of the First Methodist Church Mon-
day afternoon.
The chairman, Mrs. Chris Mar-
tin, presided over the meeting. Mrs.
Gus Creech gave the devotional
taken from Luke 19: 41-42. Mrs.
Joe Grimsley presented the pro-


..-:'h',i; the migrant worker intoI "'-=- ==
the U. S, Social service was taken T. JAME9 PISCOPAL &HURfH
and pledges made. All inembei-a The Rev. Gardner D. Underhill
present took part in the program. Priest In Charge
The hostess served refreshments Second Sunday in Lent, Marc-h
to the nine members and one visi- 17. 7:130 a.m., Celebration of the
tor. The meeting closed with a Holy Communion. 9:45 a.m., Church
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STORE


321 Reid Avenue


Port St. Joe, Fla.


Morton's Quick Frozen Chicken, Beef and Turkey


Pot Pie kgs. I


Super-Right Western Lean, 3 to 5 lb. size PORK


Spare Ribs

Super-Right Heavy Western Beef


Roast lb


lb


Sweet Juicy Florida

Oranges


Idaho Baking
POTATOES


Ann Page

Mayonnaise


89C


39c

LB.


35c


Here is the chain saw that invites
medium sized timber with all the
expensive makes.


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MODEL 39
CHAIN SAW
comparison... that cuts pulp and
speed and ease of heavier, more


Pulp cutters, farmers, loggers, foresters... all agree that nothing in its
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Blades available up to 32 inches.
Come in today for a free demonstration.
PRICES START Bow Attachments for McCulloch Saws in.
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$195.00 /
Also Oregon, Atkins and McCulloch's New P-8 and P-9
Chain Available

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FOWHAND'S is being investigated for giving low prices Why don't you
join the hundreds who are investigating the low, low prices and the high
quality of furniture at FOWHAND'S We plead guilty of lowering furni-
ture prices so you be the judge and come in, look around then. pass sentence.


1 of mix or match colors. [I
shirt. $5.95 skirt. $8.95



Phone 7-9171 410 Reid Ave.


and aserflti, (The Rev, rUtuim W
Carty of H1oly Trifiity"Chttreh, Apa,
lachicola will take this service. The
Rev. Mr. TUnderhill will bd it Holy
Trinity Church for the Celebrad'on
of the Holy Eucharist and ermon)
7:00 p.m., Episcopal Young Churcea-
man. 7:00 p.m., Eveninig prayer and
sermon at St. Joh-'s Churelh, Wewa
hitchka-,. wednesday, Ma, eO 20..
7:30 p.m, The Litasy, A% tes


Aitid friday, -NMareh h;
7:3. 0 p.m., C('lobralthl o0 thV Hof'

The plibile is eoi0dialiy iftvite tO
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.
Star Want Ads Goe Result*
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


PRICES GOOD MARCH 14, 15 and 16


CUTS LIKE .T SHOULD
COSTMORE-


Boneless Chuck ROAST lb. 55c


Brass Ferruled legs, Solid foam rubber cushions with zippered
upholstery-for easy cleaning Good quality upholstery -
Choice of colors Styled and tailored for years and years of
gracious living.


PHONE 7-7181 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


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i;iIfltA.v MAR'CH 14 16i57


Committee Recommends License Tags

Be Hiked To Provide School Money

TALL.1.1HA.EE A special "good, serviceable classrooms-not
committee recommended to Gov.' architects' monuments."
LeRoy Collins today a five-year! The 11-member committee pro-
emergency program of school con-
struction calling for a total of $82, posed a "one-shot" deficiency ap-
structio calling orropriation under the Minimum
846;600 in state funds and a raise Foundation Program for school-
in automobile license tag costs to maintenance and a $23,05,000
help the counties match it. maintenance and a $23,065,000
state anropnriation in the 1957-59


But Collins' citizens committee
on school construction called also
for "practical economy" on all lev-
els should the program be adopted.
Chairman LaMar Sarra, Jackson-
ville, said the committee wants


biennium to match county funds
for school construction.
They voted 10 to one to recom-


ties where the tags are sold, o be
used' strictly as county matching
funds for the state money. A 50
per cent increase would amount
to about $18,478,000 on the basis of
1956 tag receipts,
Committee member William F.
Harrison, Jr., Panama City, voted
for the tag increase, but said he
feared the automobile industry "is
going to be taxed out of business if
we continue to slap taxes on it."
Sales Tax Proposal
iHlanMilson .aid he felt that if
public schools are going to be in-
tegrated eventually-and "we don't
want it but it looks like it's com-


mend that license tag costs be ing up"-an across-the-board sales increase amendnig the homestead
raised from 30 to 50 per cent, with tax would be the "only way to have exemption law, reassessment of
the money reverting to the coun- the colored race help pay for the property for taxation, and removal


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Legislator Predicts That 1957 Session

Will Not Go Into Overtime Period
TAMPA, A member of the State Constitutional Advisory commis-
sion and a state senator forecast last week the Legislature will not
nAnid time beyond the regular 60-da y session working on rvision of


schools,"
The five-year program calls for a
$769,6,400 state appropriation for
maintenance in the 1959-61 benn-
ium and $24,369.400 In state match-
ing funds.
The state matching appropriation
would be .geared to a formula of
an extra $200 in state funds for
each pupil in average daily attend-
ance increase over the previous
school year. A few counties with no
pupil increase, would get nothing
under the 'extra program.
Three other proposals to "rees
tablish local sources of revenue"
were offered in addition to the tag


tating it under private enterprise
to which the federal government
would grant funds.
The amendment has the backing
of the Florida League of Municipali-
ties.


J. Lewlis Hall of Tallahasse. at-
torne yfor Lean County and a mem-
.ber of the Constitution Advisory
Commission, said the advisory
group had voted against the fed-
eral urban proposal "almost unani-
mously." He said the thinking of
the commission was that it would
have the effect of taking private
property by condemnation and then
reselling it to private enterprise
for development.

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of the Constitution.
Former State Rep. Sherman
Smith of Indian River County, who
is president of the county attorney
group meeting here in connection
with the State Assn. of County Com-
missioners, said the Legislature
"hopes" to get through with the
whole thing in the regular session.
Smith said .Senate President-
designate William S hand s of
Gainesville and Sens. B. C. Pearce
rof East Palatka and W. Turner
Davis of Madison more or less
have decided there would be no
special session to consider revision.
Sen. Ted Cabot of Fort Lauder-
dale, a member of the Senate's
Constitutional Committee which
will deal with revision, said as far
as he knew Smith was correct in
his remarks.
The advisory commission will
present a draft of a revised consti-
tution to the Legislature which then
will discuss it. If the legislature
approves a revision, it will be put
to the people for a vote.
'Smith explained the plan now
is to put the proposed revision into
bill form at the start of the session,
let it be thrashed about in com-
-mittee and hope for the best at hte
end of the session.
Home Rule Provision
Of interest to county commis-
atonera is likelihood that a home
rule provision might be written in-
to the new constitution itf one is
adopted.
A Hillsborough County commis-
sioners is likelihood that a home
rule provision might be written in-
to the new constitution if one is
adopted.
A Hillsborough County commis-
sioner, Elbert Moore, presented a
resolution at a meeting of the com-
mnissioners, asking support of a
constitutional amendment to allow
Florida to take part in the federal
urban renewal program.
He said this slum clearance pro-
gram is participated in by every
state except Florida. The program.
calls for condemnation or acquisi-
tion by other means than govern-
mental authority and then rehabili-

of exemptions on motor vehicles
under the sales tax law.


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First Bapist WM i 'O1el t charge left the d4aM1
is Bpi e phase of the lawsuit aIanjing with-
Meets At Church out a peg.
Judge DeVane had decided the
!jury must decide whether an alleg-
The monthly business meetings ofed conspiracy of the duPont inter-
the Woman's Missionary Union of ests and their associates to wreck
the First Baptist Church was held I Crummer's multi-million dollar bond
Sa the church Monday afternoon at business had been fraudulently con-
3 p.m. with Mrs. W. C. Prid-exi,
3 p.m. ith Mrs. W. C. Pridgean sealed from him until after the
president, presiding. deadline for seeking redress before
The meeting opened with the the 30 million dollars damages ac-
singing of "The Kingdom is Coin- tion could be decided.
ing". Th edevotional in the form In all, Crummer's attorneys rais-
of responsive reading was given fol. ed 26 points in support of their ap-
lowed with prayer by Mrs. Charle.s peal.
McCleltan. Roll call was answered *
by 18 members and minutes and Sunday Guests
treasurers' report was given. Re- Mrs. W. T. Moore and son Tay-
ports from circles were given and lor and Mrs. Charles Gordon of
the meeting places, for next Mon Tallahassee were Sunday guests of
day as follows: Circle 1 will meet their brother and family, Mr. and
in the home of Mrs. G. W. Padgetc; Mrs. B. H. Munn, Jr. They accom-
Circle 2 in the home of Mrs. L. Z. panied by Mrs. B. H. Munn, Sr., who
Henders an; Circle 3 in the bhonre will remain for a visit.


of Mrs. Ral'ph Nance: Circle in
the home of Mr's. Dave Smith: Cir-
cle 5 in the home of Mrs. C. G. Cos-
tin, Sr., and Circle 6 at the church
last Friday of the month at 9 a.m.
It was voted to send a gift of
tupelo honey to the students in
Training School at Louisville, Ky.
The meeting closed with a prayer.

Crummer Protests
Decision of Courts
TALLAHASSEE -- R. E. Crum-
mer this week claimed that IT. S.
District Judge Dozier DeVane had
no right to order dismissal of his
30-million-dollar dam, age suit
against "the Florida duPont inter-
ests.
Attorneys for" Crummer, in filing
notice of appeal with the district
court clerk here. contended that in
directing a verdict of dismissal oun
the fraudulent concealment phase
of the case. Judge DeVane had vio-
lated the mandate of the Fifth Dis-
trict Court of Appeals at New Or-
lean s.
'In a statement of points to be
raised on appeal. Crummner's law-
yers said the appeals court had
ruled that the fraudulent conceal-
ment issue must be determined by
a jury, rather than by the judge.
.The appeals court reversed a pre-
vious order by DeVane dismissing
the suit brought by Crummer.
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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 Mr. and Mrs. A. R. 9rd of 16th St.
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50 Port St. Joe, announce the birth of
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE a daughter Jacquiline LaJune on
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe, March 6.
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-83161 Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Varnum of
this city announce the birth of a
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers no
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such son, Richard Gene on Marei 5
advertisement.- Mr. and Mrs. Otto Collingswortb
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully of Highland View announce the
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces. r uli Ann
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains. birth of a daughter Julie Anne on
March 8.
Mr. and Mrs. James Tankerslev
Electronic. Spies of this city announce the b; 'th of
S I a .son, James Daniel on March 12.
A New Jersey department store reportedly is using "closed Mr. -and Mrs. Joe Dougherty of
circuit" TV cameras to spot and apprehend shoplifters. And a St. Joe Beach announce the birth
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New York school system is placing them in classrooms to monitor
study hours.
Now, shoplifting is a crime, and since merchants must add
their losses from it to their cost of doing business, we all pay. And
in these days of teacher scarcity anything that might enable the
principal's office to keep order in several study halls at once would
seem to help overcome the shortage. It looks as though the won-
ders of modern invention have come to society's rescue in one
more way.
But in these instances have they? May we not find that
such concealed cameras are too expensive costly not in money
but in terms of those protections to individual freedom and pri-
vacy which, after all, distinguish democracy from authoritarian-
ism?


ot a litlegil on arcl iz.
All of the above births occurred
at the Municipal Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hutchinson
of Winter Garden, formerly of Port
St. Joe announce the birth of a son,
Timothy, born February 28 at the
West Orange Memorial Hospital,
Winter Garden.

NEWS FkOM

Highland View
By MRS. L. F. ADAMS
Phone 7-2641


Subversive conspiracies and crime rings, too, are enemies
of society. And wire tapping undoubtedly has helped in their G. A.'s Meet
detection. But society already has found that it'is but a step from The Junior G. A.'s of Highland
SView Baptist Church met at the
wire tapping to catch criminals to wire tapping to spy upon busi- church \Monday afternoon at 4:30
ness confidences and private lives. Concealed TV cameras merely with seven members present and
substitute a hidden eye for a hidden ear. f- our visitors. After a short devo-
There is something' repugnant to free peoples about being tional, the girls and their counselor
spied upon, even if the spying convicts criminals. And that re- Mrs. L. F. Adams, went visiting in
pugnance is shared by free people's children. Educators have the-community.
Week of Prayer
found that the greatest difficulty in implanting an honor system The WMS of the Highland View
in a school is that some children see its obligation to report cheat- Baptist Church had a good week of
ing as spying instead of as a" social duty. prayer last week for the home mis-
The very most that should be permitted the TV camera sion work. Good programs were
Held every day, Monday through
eye is that most allowed wire-tapping under which the wheels of Friday. The WMS of the Highland
federal justice have turned for a long time with considerable effi- View Baptist met Monday after-
ciency: The hidden electric spy might turn up; clues, but evidence noon at the church for their regu-
evidence admissable in court must be of a more forthright nature. lar business meeting with six pres-
The Christian Science Monitor ent.,
Study Course
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SS e A s Bring Quic Resu s at the Highland View Baptist


LETTERS TO

THE EDITOR...


Editor,
Port St. Joe Star
Dear Sir,
;I am writing you to ask -ou to
please publish this letter in your
paper.
I wish to express my thanks and
appreciation to the students and
faculty of Port St. Joe High School,
and to the fans who helped in the
return of a financial loss incurred
in your city.
Recently I was .to officiate at a
basketball game at St. Joe High
School and before the game I lock-
ed my wallet containing $130 in
the glove compartment of my fel-
low officials' automobile. Sometime
during the game someone forced
their way into the car and stole
the wallet and money.


Church March 18-22. There will be
classes for all ages. The teacher
for hte classes will be as follows:
Rev. L. F. Adams, adult teacher;
Mrs. W. C. Goodson, young people;
Mrs. Leo Kennedy, intermediates;
Mrs. Brady Roney, juniors and Mrs.
A. D. Roberts, primaries.
G. A.'s Meet
The Intermedlate G. A.'s of the
Highland View Baptist Church met
on Monday, March 11 at Payette
McCormick's home. The meeting
was called to order by the presi-
dent, Betty Butler. Betty gave the
devotional. There were ten mem-
bers president. The name of the
program was "Continue The Story"
After the meeting refreshments
were served.
Personals,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cumble and
family visited relatives in Carra-
belle Sunday.
The friends of Mrs. John Howett
will be sorry to learn of her con-
finement in the hospital due to
pneumonia. We certainly wish her
a speedy recovery.
BFriends of Ranza Cox will be
very happy to learn of her recover-
ing from a brief illness of pneu-
monia.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Cox had
relatives visiting them over the
week end from Leon County.


The next morning I returned to
St. Joe and Mr. Bowdoin, the prin-
elpal, had found my wallet but un-
I can't begin to describe my feel- .I -
Ings at the time so I'll skip that
part. The following week I return-
ed to Port St. Joe to. officiate an- ___
other ball game and upon arrival
I was told by Coach Craig to leave
the gym between the Junior Varsity "
and Varsity games.
Well here's what had happened.
During the preceding week the stu-
dent council had met and deter
mined that my money being stolen
rendered a black mark against
their rschool, and initiated a drive
among the students, to collect the
money to make up my loss and
between the Junior Varsity and
Varsity games, mentioned above, I.
the fans were asked to contribute
to the drive. The result being that
more than half of the loss was re-
turned.
It was an impossibility for me to Fifth Grade Boy
express my feelings when Mr. Bow SC lli
doin and Coach Craig told me what Writes llng Essay
was taking place but let me try --
by saying this to the student body, SPELLING
the faculty members and the fans By: Ellis Stevens
of Port St. Joe. In Mrs. Anchor's fifth grade class
Your efforts in my behalf is the we use. our spelling words in differ-
most remarkable display of true ent ways to help us learn then
Americanism that I have ever wit- This week we wrote atorias using
nessed. When you can take a per- as many of the words as we- could.
sonal interesting a person's mis- This is my story:
fortune and. react in this manner' My Friend's .Railway Set
it reflects the highest-credit to each One Christmas day after I open-
of you as individuals and to you ed my presents, I went to one of
as a group. You can be assured my neighbor's house to see what
-that your school is first class and he had gotten.
will remain so. He was putting an electric train
I am proud to be associated with together. It was a model of a


you' in any capacity.
I am a career serviceman dedi-
cated to the defense of our nation
and way of life. To know that it's
citizens like you who make up our
nation and way of life, leaves me
more determined in helping to pro-
tect our freedom no matter how
trying or hard the -task may be. I
wish to express my sincere apprec-
fation' to each one of you.
My thanks in advance to you Mr.
Editor and if you will please for-


streamline train.
There wasn't one thing on it that
was different from the real one.
I had to admit that it was a fine
train.
We read about the real stream-
line train and found' that it aad
tile floors. It 'had a shower and

ward this lette rto Mr. Bowdoin at
the High School. .
Sincerely,
BILL PRICE.,


furniture that- gave real comfort. It'
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The conductor was always ready!
to do his duty. When you wanted.'
him he would be there quickly.
When we finished we put the
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I would like to ride in a real
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Week End Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Fred Parriesh
of Tallahassee were the week end
guests of Mrs. Parrish's mother.
Mrs. Ohris Martin.
Visits Wife
ICtiris Martin, who is a patient
in a Tallahassee Hospital is spend-
ing five days here with his wife.-'
He will return to Tallahassee Fri-
day to continue treatment.
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South of Wewahitchka. C. White,
Rt. 1, Box 398, New Port Richey,
Fla. 2tp
HELP WANTED FEMALE EARN
WHILE YOU LEARN: Tupper-
ware dealerships NOW available.
Turn you rspare hours into spare
money. Earn $35 or more per week
part-time. It is pleasant, interesting
and profitable. For interview write
or call E-Konomy Sales, P. P. S.
Box 2501, Tallahassee, phone 2-8210
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FOR SALE: Iouse, on Woodward
Avenue and one on McClellan.
FOR SALE: Home at Oak Grovq.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAII 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.

SPECIAL SERVICES
-OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
'h6ne 7-7846. Outboard motors re,
)aired, also.


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days with her paiints, Mr.
Mrs. Ed Ramsey.


The alley in Block 7, according
to the official map of the City of ApAlachkoI( Short-Cut
Port St. Joe, on file in the office I_ _
of the Clerk-ofCourt, Wewahitch-, T B e Ready June 1
ka, Fi,:rl.ia. said alley being .
bounded on the South by Thila
'Street, on the North by Second Work will be finished next week
Str,-:ir. on the East by Lots 2. 4, in laying the shell base on the new
f, ,. 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22 and Apalachicola short-cut route and
24, and on the West by Lots 1. th a will en
3. 5, 7. 9, 11. 13, 15, 17, 19, 21 and paving on that road will begin
23: directly afterwards, according tc
awnirenouncing and disclaiming any the contractor, George G. Tapper
right of the City of Port St. Joe, The road will be open for traffic
Florida, and the public in and to
the land lying within said alley and between June 1 and June 15.
providing for same to revert to the The new road will shorten the
abutting property owners, dated between Port St. Joe and
this 12th day of March, A. D., 1957. distance between Por St. Joe and
BOARD of CITY COMMISSION Apalachicola considerably and will
of PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA, also furnish access to the densly
By: R. W. HENDERSON wooded awamp-land that lies be-
CityAuditorand Clerk. tween the present Highway 98 and
This on your printing Is a sign of quality, the Lake Wimico area.


CHAPERONEd NAMED
FOR STAC HOUSE
Chaperones for the remaining
Saturday in March are as follows:
March 16, Mrs. Calvin Musselwhite
Mrs. T. 0. Poitevint and Mrs. Buca
Griffin. March 23, Mrs. G. L. Ken
nington and Mrs. Charles Brown.
March 30, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold


JuIMIIIS |s VI i /IIv StI
Organize For 1957

k Wednesday, March 20 at 7:30
p.m., a meeting will be held at the
IFlorida Power Lounge for the pur-
1 pose of organizing the 1957 "St.
I Joe Saints' baseball team. All in-
' terested persons are invited to at-
c tend.
If ,.',u can play, coach or do any-
e thing to help the Saints please at-
tend this meeting.
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To Visit Here
- Miss Ruth Lynn Ramsey, student
I at Emory University, Atlanta, will
arrive home Thursday to spend ten


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ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work
guaranteed. Quick dependable
service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li-
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
.4082. tfec
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in savy-
ing money see us for anything
Son 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
*'4ADE US that useless article for
bomfthing useful. STOP and
INAP:
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth 'St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 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.
rHERE 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. Geddie,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
Over 20,000 Arthritic and Rheu-
matic Sufferers have taken this
Medicine since it has been on
the market. It is inexpensive,
can be taken in the home. For
Free information, give name
and address to P. 0. Box 1012.
Hot Springs, Arkansas.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF
ORDINANCE CLOSING ALLEY
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that on
th e8th day of March, A. D., 1957,
the City Commission of the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida, adopted Or.
dinance No. 103X, closing, vacating
and abandoning that certain alley
within the City of Port St. Joe,
Florida, described as follows:


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ANNOUNCEMENT

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

Joseph B. Spear
Optometrist
Apalachicola, Florida


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