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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 21, 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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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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STAR


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


VOLUME XX


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ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY


'W'Y 3 yw wwv.
Before- we do anything else in
the column this week, we are
going to tell you that the City
has not hired another police-
man.
That policeman, Emmette Mc-
Calvin who helped investigate
the stabbing out in the quarters
last Saturday, is our own "Mat
Dillon". The name McCalvin is
merely an alias he used for his
birth certificate, to write and re-
ceive checks and for identifica-
tion on his draft card only
mundane uses. For the more
important get-togethers at the
coffee shop and signing traffic
tickets, he used his new norm de
plume, offered (free of charge)
by Cliff Harper and Jimmy Cox.
Next time you see him, just
yell out real loud, "Hey Mat!"
and see if he doesn't turn around
real natural like.

Otto Anderson just about got
arrested for stealing cars last
week.
Earl Chitty parked his car and
ran to the post office. When he
came back, his car was gone.
Earl went posthaste to report his
mishap to Buck Griffin. Griffin
sent out a state-wide alarm for
the car and began looking for
it himself. About an hour later
he was parked by the city hall
and saw a car coming down the
.street with John Sowers and Earl
Chitty in hot pursuit. They stop-
ped the car, which was Earl's,
and there sat Otto Anderson,
wondering what was going on.
Otto had taken the wiorng car
and had been to his place of
.business, home and all over town
and hadn't discovered his error.

We had a birthday yesterday.
Our 30th one. We remarked to
Joe Dowd that we were getting
old, what with nearly half our
allotted time here on earth now
gone by. Joe allowed as how
that one should never consider
anybody old except those that
are at least 15 years older than
ourself. All of which went to
assure me that Joe isn't a day
over 44.


Single Copy 8o


Gulf County Goal Set At $1,800.00



Blount Will Head


Red Cross Drive


Kick-off Breakfast

To Begin Drive

John G.,Blount, Jr., was this week
named by Red Cross Chapter Chair-
man Ernest C. Wimberly to head
the 1957 Red Cross Fund Drive in
Gulf County.
Blount is well known in Gulf
County having been in the furniture
business here in Port St. Joe for a
number of years. He is the manager
of the St. Joe Furniture and Ap-
pliance Company.
Blount has already taken steps to
begin the current fund drive this
Saturday morning. All of his work-
-rs will meet in a kick-off breakfast
meeting Saturday to begin their
fund drive activity. The place and
time of the breakfast had not b )n
decided on at press time.
This year's fund quota for Gulf
County has been set at $1,800 00.
Blount says that he feels the coun-
ty will have no trouble at all' rais-
ing this amount.
Division chairmen, 'working dif-
ferent settlements throughout the
county are as follows:
Advance Gifts Chairman, Wayne
Buttram.
Business District, Joe Christian.
Residential District, Mrs. Silas l.
Stone.
White City, Stets Pridgeon.
Colored Area, E. A. Twine.
Overstreet, Jim Guilford
Indian Pa,. Jimmy McNeill.
Kenny's Mill, Coleman Tharpe.
Oak Grove, Not Selected.


Highland View, Katherine Brown
Simmons Bayou. Mrs. Jeannette
Presnell.
Wewahitchka, David C. Gaskin
During the past year the Gulf
County Chapter handled 86 home
service cases in which aid was
granted by the Chapter or some
other agency. Aid was granted in
over 90% of the cases studied..Sev-
eral home nursing courses were giv-
en by Mrs. Ruby Gilbert of Wewa-
hitchka. A number of Gulf County
children were taught to swim last
year by the Red Cross instructor,
Bob Smith.
National Red Cross replaced ne
home and repaired two others de-
stroyed and damaged by a tonadoo
in Wewahitchka last year.


,OHATTAHOOCHEE Formal
dedication of the Jim Woodruff
Dam is set for 2:00 p.m. Friday,
March 22 and the public is cordial-
ly invited. This dam elevates the
waters of the Flint, Chattahoochee
and Apalachicola Rivers. The three
rivers for ma reservoir on the up-
stream side of the dam covering 37,-
500 acres.
The engineering for the project
was accomplished by the Corps of


Speaking of getting old, if oth- Engineers of the U. S. Army and
ers say you're a nd you say you they are jointly sponsoring the de-
aren't, Glynn Henley has a so- dication day. Representing the
arent, Glynn Henley has a s Corps of Engineers at -the dedica-
lution that will prove who is tion will be Major General E. C.
right. Glynn is getting up a team Itschner, Chief of Engineers, Wash-
of supposed "old men" to play ington, Brig. General Henry J. Hoef-
an exhibition baseball game fer, Division Engineer, Atlanta and
against The Saints this year. If Colonel Harold E. Bisbort, District
against TheEngineer from Mobile, under whose
you want to prove something, supervision the project is being
and you are not one of those completed.
who went directly from the Saint Construction of the structure has
roster to the rocking chair, then been a stupendous undertaking.
Glynn is looking for you to sign Concrete used in gullding the dam
Glynn is looking would be enough to build a three
up. foot sidewalk from Chattahoochee
to Los Angeles and back to Chat-
caoce.' yuei eu.LeL


WAYNE TAYLOR was one of two
Port St. Joe players named to
the all-state team last week by
sports writers. The other winner
of the honor was Wilford Elliott
whose picture appeared last
week. The 'Star didn't receive
Wayne's picture in time to run
last week so we are doing so
this week.


tahoochee. Everyone is welcome to
inspect the dam and the reservoir
on dedication day, March 22. A5
large crowd is expected. Boat par-
ades with water skiing will be stag-
ed at many locations on the lake.
President Dwight Eisenhower will
be represented at the dedication by
his Deputy Assistant, Major Gen-
eral Wilton B. Persons.
Speakers include Governor LeRoy
Collins of Florida and Governor
Marvin Griffin of Georgia. Governor
Jim Folsom of Alabama will be
present. The Senators participating
will include Hon. Spessard Holland
of Florida, Hon. Herman Talmadge
of Georgia and Hon. Jehn Spark-
man of Alabama. Congressmen
from Florida to attend include Hon.
Robert Sykes and Hon. D. R. Ma-
thews. Members of Congress from
Alabama to be present are Hon.
George Andrews and Hon. Carl El-
liott. Georgia's delegation will .In-
clude Congressman J. L. Pilcher,
Congressman John T. Flint, Con-
gressman Prince Preston and Con-
gresswoman Iris Blitch.
A paved road almost .one half
mile in length tops the Eastern por-


tion of the dam to provide access lime rock, Prior to placing concrete
to the power house and gated spill- in what had been swamp and river
way. The entire dam is built on a bottom, trees, vegetation soil, and
natural rock formation of Marianna (Continued On Page 8)


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Negro Killed As

Result of Stabbing

Will'ie Thomas, colored, was fa-
tally wounded last Saturday night
as the result of an argument with
ints wife Inez Thomas.
Thomas and his wife were sep-
arated. Inez Thomas called hei vic-
tim to the home of her sister ? o
Avenue G Saturday night. Upon
Thomas' arrival, the argument be
gan. After a period of argument
back and forth, Inez Thomas left
the room and returned with a
sheath knife. She allegedly stabbed
Thomas in the right side in the
chest. He died in the Municipal
Hospital, as a result of the wound,
around midnight Saturday.
Inez Thomas is being held in the
County Jail pending trial.
Officers Pete Hall and Emmette
MaCalvin of the local police force
investigated the incident and made
the arrest.

High School Band To
Attend District Festival

1800 band students, marking up
30 bands from this part of Florida
will convene in Panama City, Feb-
ruary 22 and 23 for the annual band
festival sponsored by the Sixth
Sistrict Florida Band Master's As-
sociation. All bands will complete
in the major events which will in-
clude concert, sight reading and
marching.
The concert for the Port St. Joe
Band under the direction of Her-
man Dean, bandmaster, will begin
Friday at 1:30 p.m., Panama City,
time, followed with sight reading.
Friday night in Tommy Oliver Field
the entire group of bands will per-
form beginning at 7:30, CST. Port
St. Joe band will take ,the field at
9:48 OST.
A large crowd is anticipated to
attend from Port St. Joe.


NUMBER XXI


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C of C Hears Talk of More




Industry At Report Session


De Moss To Begin

Speech Series Sat.

Arthur De Moss, a successful
business man at the age of 30 and
a tireless lay-worker of Albany, N.
Y. will arrive in Port St. Joe this
week -end to hold lay services over
the week end in the churches and
in various auditoriums throughout
the city and the county.
De Moss is being brought to Port
St. Joe by the laymen of the chur-
ches to conduct "The Laymen's
Crusade" from Saturday through


President Stone Says Report

Meetings To Be Held Quarterly

Narly 200 members, wives and present, to what he termed "a quar-
guests of the Port St. Joe Chamber terly report meeting". He express-
of Commerce were present at a fish ed his hopes that these report
fry held by the Chamber Monday meetings would result in an in-
night at the Centennial )Building de- crease in Chamber membership.
spite a downpour of rain. The Chamber was started two years
Silas R. Stone, newly elected ago with 150 members and now has


president of the Chamber served as
master of ceremonies for the eve-
ning. As an introduction to the
evening, Stone welcomed those
: .- ,, '.


Monday. .
De Moss will have a busy sche- ''f
dule while in Port St. Joe deli.ering
at least ten messages in. the 48 I
hour period.
The first service of "The Lay-
men's Crusade" will be held at 8:00
p.m. Saturday night at the High .
School Auditorium. All people of
any faith are invited to attend this .
and other services held by the dy-. ."
namic speaker. '" ,," '
Sunday morning services will be ..
held by De Moss at the Long Ave- ". ,;,
nue Baptist Church and at the First '
Baptist Church.
At 3:130 Sunday afternoon anothe-
Crusade meeting will be held at the '
High School Auditorium.
At 7:00 p.m. Sunday night De
Moss will deliver a message at the r
First Presbyterian Church and at Arthur De Moss
8:00 p.m. a United meeting at the
Highland View Auditorium. Craig Named Coach
At 9:00 p.m. Sunday, a Youth Bal ra. N med Ioachi
ly for all denominations will be held *T
at the First Baptist Church. O rf Year Second Time
At 8:00 p.m. Monday night the
final Crusade meeting will be held
at the High School Auditorium.
,De Moss will also speak to the Bristol's Reggie Young, who scor-
Port St. Joe High School in assem- ed more points in a single season
bly at 9:20 Monday morning and than any Big Bend player before
to Wewahitchka High School at him, also collected the most votes
2:0 ST Any other groups inter in The Democrat's annual poll of
coaches and has been named "Play-


are urged to contact Gordon Hail-
mark. Any business men who wish
to attend a noon dinner with Mr.
De Moss on Monday or other men
who wish to attend a supper meet-
ing. contact F. K. Clark or Gordon
Hallmark.

Mike Nedley Dies In
Apalachicola Monday

Mike Nedley of Apalachicola pas-
sed away Monday, March 11 and
was buried Thursday morning from
the Catholic Church there.
He is survived by his wife Min-
nie, three daughters, Patty, Phillipa
and Elsie and eight grandchildren;
two brothers I. 'C. of Port St, Joe
and Bob of Apalachicola.
Mr. Nedley was 74 years of age
and a -life-long resident of Apa-
lachicola.

Last Rites Are Held For
Charles H. Boucher

Funeral services for Charles H.
Boucher, resident of Mexico Beach
who died Monday in the Mobile
Infirmary, Mobile, Ala., were held
in Tallahassee Wednesday.
Mr. Boucher was well known in
Port St. Joe and was a member of
St. James' Episcopal Church.


er of the Year" for the 1956-57 sea-
son.
Marion Craig, whose Port St.
Joe team was the only Big Bend
quintet to gain a state tournament
berth, received the nod from his
fellow coaches as "Coach of the
Year" for the second year in a
row.
High-scoring Young was joined
on the All-Big Bend first team by
Perry's Ken Lawson, Port St. Joe's
Wilford Elliott, -Havana's Herman
Dodson and Leon's Pete Lund.
Young, Elliott, Chattahoochee's
Bobby Taylor, Port St. Joe's Terry
Hinote and Bristol's Joe Wingate


95.
REPORTS GIVEN
,On the program for the evening
was reports from various commit-
tee:s of the chamber.
The first report was given by J.
Lamar Miller, chairman of the boat-
basin project. He reported that the
basin for amri.k ::ars on the bay
had been completed and stated that
work was now going forward to se-
cure facilities for larger boats on
the canal.
Gordon Hallmark reported from
the Water and sewer expansion
committee. -Hallmark reported that
thei committee recommended that
there ,city negotiate water rates with
the St. Joe Paper Company; Cut off
water of customers not paying by
25 h of the month and to float nec-
essary debentures to expand the
sewer system.
As president; Silas R. Stone re-
cognized the new officers and di-
rectors of the Chamber as H. Camp-
bell, Joe Hendrix, J. Lamar Miller,
Vic Anderson, Durel Brigman Har-
ry H. Saunders and George G. Tap-
per, directors; himself as president,
George G. Tapper, vice-president
and S. L. Barke as secretary and
treasurer.
Jesse V. Stone reported on the
progress of the Retail Merchants
Division and listed projects com-
pleted during the past year and
projects planned for the coming
year.
George Tapper reported for the
Industry Committee fot- Harry H.
Saunders, who was absent. He list-
ed the construction now in pro-
gress on the Glidd;,n Plant. Allied
Chemical plant and the Air Force
construction at Cape San Bias. Tap.
per said that the future ippeare '
very bright with several contacts
having been made for new industry,
to come to this area..
Tapper reported that a Northern
factory had had representatives in
Port St. Joe talking about moving
their factory here, but stressed that
the industry was only in the talk-
ing stage and nothing was defin-
ite as yet. He also talked glowing-
ly of Port St. Joe's future in ship-


made the All-Class B first team. ping through the Apalachicola Ri-
EASY WINNERS ver channel and said that shipping


Lawson, Young and Dodson had
(Continued On Page 8)

Meeting Called For
Little Boys' Baseball

There will be a meeting of the
managers and board of directors
of the Little Boy's Baseball, Inc.,
of Port St. Joe, Monday, March
25 at 7:30 p.m. at the Elementary
School Auditorium.
All managers and those wishing
to become managers are parti-
cularly urged to attend. The pub-
lic Is also invited to be present.


d promised to be a major part of the
economy of Port St. Joe in the near
future.
Tapper reported that the Cham-
ber had been directly responsible
in persuading the State Road De-
partment to change the entrances
at both ends of the Apalachicola
short-cut highway to make it more
accessible to traffic.
COMMITTEES NAMED
(President Stone named an agenda
of 14 committees and named their
officers and members. He briefly
outlined the duties of each conm-
mittee for the coming year.


THE


-ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1957


Dignitaries From Three States Will Be Present


Jim Woodruff Dam Dedication


Tomorrow At Chattahoochee


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Chamber of Commerce members line up to


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'%T. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH
The Rev. Gardner 0., Underhill
Priest In Charge
Third Sunday in Lent, March 24.
7:30 a.m.. Celebration of the Holy
-ucharist. C:45 a.m., Church school
11:00 a.m., Morning prayer and ser-
,non (NOTE: This morning Mr.
linderhill will dellver the first ini
a series of sermon son the Apos-
tles' Creed. The subject will be "I
Believe In God.")
7:00 p.m. Episcopal Young
Churchmen,


Wednesday, March 27, 7:30 p.m.
The Litany, Instruction and discus-
sion.
Friday, March 29, 7:30 a.m., Cel.
ebration of the Holy Eucharist.
The public la cordially invited to
worship with us and is assured of a
warm welcome.
Visits Parents ;Here
, Miss Willa Dean Lowery visited
her parents here over the week end.
She is a student at the University
of Miami.


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Rev. William T. Iverson Is Called To

Serve Church In Newark, New Jersey


Rev. Bill Iverson, pastor of the
First Presbyterian Church here in
Port St. Joe has been called to
become pastor of the First Reform-
ed Church of Newark, N. J. One of
the grand old churches of the fist
denomination in America, organiz-
ed in the 1600's.
'Iverson will preach his first mes-
sage there on Palm Sunday. He
will bring a final message here on
Sunday evening, March 31.
The move North is primarily for
further study, having acquired aca-
demic degrees at David-son College
in North Carolina, and Columbia
Theological :Seminary in Decatu,-,
Ga. Mr. Iverson will enter Princeton
Seminary this summer for advance
work in Greek and Hebrew, the ori-
ginal Biblical languages..
As a member of his denomination
Mr. Iverson has helped organize
three Presbyterian Churches and
aided in the organization of three
others. One was the Presbyterian
Church of Beacon Hill'.
He was. installed as pastor of
the' First Presbyterian Church of
Port St. Joe January 26, 1954. Dur-
ing this time the active member-
ship of the church, and the stew-
ardship program has quadrupled.
In htese three years, six young
people have chosen the ministry
and full-time Christian service,
and two young men are now in
training for the work.
During this time he has held not
a few evangelistic meetings in var-
ious southern areas, and one in
Newark, N. J.


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On learning Iverson was coming
into the New York area. Dr. Billy
Graham. who opens the New York
Crusade on May 15, had the invi-
tation sent to him :ia.i irn_ him to
work with the Gilly Graham Cru-
sade.
Mr. Iverson and his family ra.
gret leaving Port St. Joe, and par-
ticularly the church that they have
felt privileged to serve. Only a
strong belief in the call of God to
another area of service could break
this happy relationship with the
church and community which they
call home, Iverson said.
Rev. and Mrs. Iverson are from
Miami. having attended Miami High
together. Mrs. Iverson. the former
Ann Oliver, is a graduate of FSU
where she was named in Who's
Who in American Colleges and Uni-
versities.
Rev. Iverson's father and brother
are both active ministers, and be
also has a missionary doctor sister
and one who is the wife of a minis-
ter.
The Iversons have two young
sons, Danny, 4 and Billy 2.
Out of Town Guests


St. Joe Wins

Adult Cage

Tournament

Port St. Joe Monday night de-
feated Vernoa in the independent
Northwest Florida Basketball Tour-
nament 59.-8. but Sam Mitchell of
ernon. was voted the toura'3f's
n;ost outstanding player.
In the consolation game, Apala-
chicola downed C and G Sporting
Goods of Panama City 85-72.
Vernon started slow in the cham-
pionship game, trailing 13-10, 29-18
and 42-39 in the first three periods-
before pulling up and almost pass-
Sing St. Joe in the final minutes of
the game.
Mitchell scored 27 points to again
take top individual game honors.
He was followed on the Vernon
team by his brother Wilmer Mit-
chell who racked up 17 points,
Coy Williams was high man for
St. Joe with 23 points and Harold
Hinote and Bill Iverson had 11
points each.
Sam Mitchell scored 39, 24 and
27 points in the three games of the
tournament for a total of 90 points
and top scoring honors.
Hlie was named to the All-Tourna-
ment team together with Wilmer
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Miss- Gretchlien Calihsac of Costa Miltchell, Ken Sipperal of Apalachi-
Rica, Miss Elena Flores of Hon- cola. Coy Williams of ,Port St, Joe
duras and Miss Melba Butts, all of and J. W. Bington of Apalachicola.
Perkinston Junior College. Perkin- The St. Joe team was effective
ston, Mississippi visited Melba's in its shooting, working up big
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Butts percentages. In their first game
and family during the spring holi- against Panama City Baptist Church
days. St. Joe made good 45% of their
_----- field goals and 70% of their free
It pays to advertise try itI throws. Against Apalachicola; 48%
of field goals and 80% four goals.
Against Vernon, 39% of field goals
and 75% of free throws. Their av-
erage for the tournament was 44%
of field goals and 75% of foul
S MILES shots. Harold Hinote of Port St.


Mrs. Henderson Hostess
To WMS Circle Number 2
Circle No. 2 of the First Baptist
WMS held its March meeting in
the home of Mrs. L. Z. Henderson
with five members and visitors
present. Mrs. Henderson presided
over the meeting.
The devotional was given by Mrs.
C. A. McClellan assisted by-Lynda
Tharpe, daughter of Mrs. Clifford
Tharpe, who gave a scripture read-
ing. Mrs. McClellan also gave a
talk on faith and led a discussion
or. "Woman's Missionary Aims for
Advancement".
A short business session followed
which all circle business was taken
care of. Mrs. Daniels dismissed the
meeting with prayer. Delicious re-
freshments were served by the hos-
tess,

Panel Discussion To Be
PTA Program Feature
Mrs. Purvis Howell, program
chairman of the Elementary Par-
ent-Teacher Association has an-
nounced that a panel discussion
will be the program for tonight's
meeting. The PTA meets in -lie
Elementary School auditorium at
8 p.m.
On the panel will be Leo Shealey,
Leroy Bowdoin and B. B. Scisson.
Some questions to be discussed
will be, "Does Florida Have An
Adequate Educational Program?
Will there be a teacher for my child
next year?". Otis Pyle, president,
will conduct the business meeting.
All parents and interested per-
sons are invited to attend. Baby
sitters will be provided.

Star Want Ads Get Result,

Joe was voted the outstanding re-
bounder and flor man for the tour-
nament.


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*Mosquito Cdntrol District.-Motion second. -
ed by Comm. Harden and upon vote was MrS. Costing Hostess
MINUTES OF THE unanimously carried. I
Mr. iWilliam H. Linton and Mr. L. W. To irt Baptit Circle
COUNTY COMMISSION Kirkland appeared before the Board and
told that they wanted to renew their pre-
vious request for the County to construct a
new road from Midway Park Subdivision to Circle 5 of the First Baptist
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA Magnolia Landing. After discussion, t Ch urch met Monday afternoon ate
The Board of Couny Connissioners of haveto secure the necessary righof way p.m. Hotes swas Mrs. C. G. Cos-
Gulf County, Florida met this dote in regui before the Couy can construct sai trohado u
lar monthly session. The i.' .tenbs The Sheriff informed the Commissioners tin, Sr., in her home on Monument
. pr-m n J. C. Prie i, 0. of the existing sewer drainage problem in '
4.,0 n, r ii W. Cooper, A. ,1 and under the County Jail and called mn a Avenue.
Strickland and Croxton. Te Clerk, plumber, that explained wiy t prblen I
Sheriff, Attorneys and Road Supt. were also existed and steps should tacn to rs. J. Baggett brought the
present. correct this matter. -It was decided that
Pursuant to notice published according to the Commissioners make an on the spot devotional taken from Matthew 26:
law, the Board received several sealed bids examination of the sewer system. 31-46. She spoke n the Hungarian
for the purchase of one Dragline for .lie Mi. Allen LeGrone, representing the Game She spoke on the Hungarian
Gulf County Mosquito Control District.- and. F esh Water Fish Commission of the refugees, followed with prayer.
Comm. Cooper made a motion that all bids State of Florida, appeared before the Boind
be returned to the parties r e l,,, d,n ththe County to grade and level Mrs. Cliff Ellis presided over the
bids and that the Board f. .- ..-..- to a piece of land to be used by his De Irltme it meting in the absence of the
purchase a D)ragline for the Gulf County as an airstrip. After discussion, the B(aid


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SPRING IS HERE!
WE HAVE PLENTY of AZALEAS, (All Sizes)
DOGWOOD (burlapped) ARBOVITAE 1g. and sm.
Japanese MAGNOLIA SWEET OLIVE
DURANTA PODACARPUS PHOTINIA (Red Top)
And Most Anything In. Shrubbery,
PETUNIAS MARIGOLDS COLEUS
Many Others

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announced that the Road Equipment NiI
do this work, providing the necessary ease-
ment be obtained from the land owner.
Mr. C. H. McKnight presented a hill in
the amount of $48.08, representing travel
expenses for attending to Port St. Joe Port
Authority business, in Atlanta, Georgia. Af-
ter discussion, there was a motion by comm.
Harden, seconded by Comm. Cooper and duly
carried, that said bill be paid.
S A discussion was had with reference to
Gulf County participating in the proposed
Bay-Gulf County Community Junior College
plan and the aid in financing said Junior
College according to the Gulf County pro-
rata share -The Charman called Mr. B. B.
Scisson, General Supervisor of the Gulf
County Public Schools, before the Board -to
inform the Commissioners with reference to
the Bay~Gulf County Junior C'llr plal
and the cost to Gulf County. Mi ."
discussed said plan and said that it would
cost Gulf County approximately $5.000.00
per year and that said amount would have
to come from the Board of County Commit-
sioners because of the way the law is writ-
ten. -After further discussion, it was de-
cided that no action be taken at this time
and that this matter be aken up at a later
date.
Mr. B. B. Scisson informed the Board
that he understands that the -.I. T, I .
of Gulf County is considering :, ', '- ,
County to employ a full time Juvenile Coin,-
cilor; that if the County did take this under
advisement and would consider a combina-
tion position as Attendance Officer and Ju-
venile Councilor, that the County School
Board would possibly pay up to $4,000.00
per year for salary, which would leave only
$1800.00 per year for the County Commis-
sioners to pay. -No action on this matter
The Farm Agent presented his report for
February.
The bills were presented, ox.u;incil, an.
proved and ordered paid:
There being no further business to ccme
bef6'e the Board it did then adjourn
ATTEST':
George Y. Core c. Pz'ce
Clerk Circuit Court Chaiuman


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'chairman. Reports were give aind
routine business transacted.
Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon, WMU presi-
dent explained to the group "The
SAims of Advancement."
Refreshments were served to the
five members and one visitor. The
meeting closed with a prayer by
Mrs. Ellis.

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t----- some of .thec large uon.irma.tion uiassL iat was presented to i
CARD OF THANKS the Bishop of Florida, the Rt. Rev. Hamilton West. The
I wish to thank the many, many Confirmation was held at St. James' Episcopal Church on
people of Port St. Joe who remem- March 8.
bered me during my recent illness
with the hundreds of cards, letters, Dairy Industry Profits
flowers, gifts and other deeds of Spend Week EndHere Increased profits in the dairy In,
kindness shown to me and my fam- Grant Adams, Edward Pridgeon, Austry come with increased butter-,
ily. It was appreciated more than Dick Dawson and Martha Costin, tat production.
you will ever know. students at FSU spent the week
M1RS. WESIMIY R. RAMSEY .end here with their parents. Advertising doesn't cost-it pays!
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INVrTES You TO MEET

MR. ROGER ROGERS


REPRESENTING


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ON MONDAY, MARCH 25, 1957

Mr. Rogers is an experienced clothing salesman who will be able to give you the
individual and expert service to which you are entitled.

Mr. Rogers will have with him an unusually outstanding group of patterns, colors
and fabrics. He will be able to style your suits, coats and slacks to your indi-
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LADIES DRESS & DUSTER SETS --- $6.00


NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS

Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Norris and
children and Mrs. Stella Norris and
daughter, Juanita, motored to Chip-
ley and Vernon to visit relatives
Friday.
Mrs. Knight, of Perry, visited
with her son and his family, Mr.
and Mrs. Knight and children, and
also her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J.
T. Campbell and children.
L. P. Ray and Mrs. Robert Taylor
and Miss Zola Ray motored to We-
wahitchka Saturday on business.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Edwin Haskings
and daughter Peggy and Mrs. Bill
Hall motored to Wewahitchka
Thursday on business.
Evelyn Crutchfield of Bonifay
spent several days with her sister,
I and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
Levins.
Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Norris and
Mrs. Ella Norris visited Mr. and
Mrs. Jake Hall in Apalachicola
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Levins spent
the week end In Bonlfay visiting
with friends and relatives.
NORRIS-BROOME
Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Norris of
this city announce the engagement
of their daughter, Helen to James
Broome, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Doyle
Broome of Marianna. The wedding
will be an event of April 20. The
couple will reside in Panama City.


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tidtlRAnAY. MARCH 21. 1967


THHE STAR, POF17 ST. JOej GULF COUNTY, IPLOIR-11)


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PICTURED ABOVE is the Rev. Gardner Underhill greeting
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Capfan F-te ....... in a community would affect the ROtary UAtheAdress thr Miss Bostick dw6alt at length on
economy of that area and stresedS A dre the Child Welfare Program and of
Talks To KMwanis Club the point that the Air Force wasBy Welfare People the good work being done in this
doing all that it could to ease the department. She told the club that
f situation. He said, however, that lie (the Welfare Department will now
Captain- Foster of.. Tyndall Air rlew phase of base operation, would The Rotary Club of Port St. Joe pay hospital and doctor bills of in-
Force Base addressed the Kiwanis ultimately bring more people into were brought an eye-opening ad- digents as long as they were treat-
Club of Port St. Joe at their regu- the area, but they would be p- dress last Thursday by Miss )Sada ed in State Association hospitals.
lar weekly luncheon meeting Tues- dominately military personnel. Bostick of Quincy, Chairman of this She said that the Municipal Hos-
day noon on the changing aspects district of the State Welfare De-'
day noo on the changing aspects Guests of the club for the dinner district of the .State Welfare De pital here had recently become a
i at Tyndall. apartment: Also present at the meet- member of this association.
Captain Foster dwealed t some meeting were Wayne Taylor, Will- ing from the Welfare Department Eertm aian
Captain Foster dwealed at some ford Elliott and Terry Hinote. were 'Mrs. H. C. Brown of this city Entertainment Chairman Chaun-
length on the coming clt-back of In its business session, the club and T. E. Austin of Apalachicola. cey Costin announced that the
,the number of civilian employees voted unanimously to send a reso- Miss Bostick gave the story of Club's annual Ladies Night party
at the Air Base due a change-over lution to the County Commissioners the Welfare Department dealing would be. held on April 24.
in operations. Foster sa idthat the of Gulf County endorsing their on- ___---
civilian employee force would be tearing into an agreement with Bay briefly with the five divisions of To Spend ,Holidays Here
cut from about 1311 to 594 making County toward establishing a Corn- that organization. She told of the
a total reduction of nearly half of unity Junior College in the area. new aid given by the Welfare De- Walter Wilder, freshman at the
the civilian forces now at Tyndall. apartment, that of aid to totally dis- University of the South, Sewanee
Foster said that the Air Force was Called Home abled people. Tennessee is expected home tomor-
trying to place these. employees, Robert Nedley, student at Florida .She stressed the fact that hardly row to visit his family, Mr. and
most of whom are experts or highly State University was called home anyone receiving Welfare aid re- Mrs. Byron Wilder of Oak Grove.
trained men in their fields, at oth- Tuesday due to the death of his ceived much more than enough to
er Air Force Bases. uncle, Mike Nedley of Apalachicola. buy food for a month.
Foster said that effective July 1 Yo
Tyndall will be 'changed from an Y AM Cor" d ly
SInterceptor Training Base to an I
aid defense base and will be trans-
ferred to the Air Defense Command, AM -- I u l *


The changeover will result in an
increase of total personnel at Tyn-
dall, both civilian and military of
*about a 1,000 increase.
Captain Foster said that the Air
Force realized what the lay-off of
approximately 500 breadwinners






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To Arrive Home
Berit Munn, Jr., freshman at the
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6r., of Hunter Circle.
Dinner Guests
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spend an enjoyable afternoon. Let's
remember, one of the main purpos-
es of your boat club, is to promote
safety on the waterways.
The Boy Scouts will have a con-
cession stand at the boat basin, so
if you do not have time to finish
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NEWS FROM

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


Boat Club Plans Mrs. Belin Gives
Outing On Sunday Program To Circle 1
Wonderful! Get that outboard mo- Mrs. J. C. Belin, program chair-
tor greased, have your gas tank man of Circle 1 of the,Woman'as So-
filled, take youy boat to the boat city of 'Christian Service prseented
basin at the foot of Fifth Street the monthly program entitled, "The
Sunday afternoon at 1:00 p-m. and'Church and Mental Health". The
join in the Outboard Jamboree! opening hymn, "0 Zion Haste" was
Os yes, the St. Joe Boat Club is sung, after which Miss Minerva Mc-
at it again. They want to see some Lane, superintendent of the Munici-
action out in the bay, so come one, pal Hospital was introduced as the
come all, members of the boat club principal speaker. Miss McLane,
or not, and join in the Outboard who is well qualified to talk on this
Jamboree! subject, touched briefly on our
You folks who do not have the Florida :State Hospital from its be-
boating fever yet come as specta- ginning in 1876, occupying five
tors. There are some beautiful buildings, formerly used by General
Boats in Port St. Joe and it is quite Jackson in his campaign against
a thrill to watch them and a won- the Seminoles, down to the present
derful show. time. In the course of her talk she
The St. Joe oBat Club is for discussed different methods of
"family outings", so you teen agers treatment for the mentally ill, who
grab your life preservers and jump are defined as those who aIe un-
in the boat with dad and mother, able to cope with their problems.
and have fun. Before long, it mightI 'It was brought out that the most
be strictly a "teen age" show, and successful method is tender loving
for that you will need experience. care coupled with Cfiristian faith
If the bay is calm Sunday, he in God. The primary purpose of
course of the cruise will be across the program was to create interest
the bay. Directions will be given in the subject, and a desire for fur-
by the Cruise Master as the boats their study. A vote of thanks was
register. given to 'Miss McLan'e for an inter-
The boat club wants everyone to testing and instructive talk.
The devotional was given by Rev.
''Fred Davis, who used the account
of Christ's healing of the man of
Sthe Gadarenes, possessed of an evil
S spirit.
.- ~ Id I. liHi, i, .During the business session, the
'*7 "' nominating committee presented
/ their selection of officers for the


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A. and R. A. of the Highiaid View


year 19,57-58. and they were elected
as; folliws:
President. M r. G. S. Croxton
Vice Pres., Mrs. A. M. .Tone. Jr.
Sec.. Mrs. TH. W. Griffin.
Treas., Mrs. Herman Dean
Secretary of Christian Soskil Re-
lations. Mrs. J. C. Laney.
Committee on Local Church Ac
tivities, Mrs. Ed Ramsey, Mrs. J. L
Temple, Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr., Mrs.
J. T. Ricketson and Mrs. A. M:.
Jones, r.
.Secretary of Promotion, Mrs.
Fennon Talley.
Secretary of Youth Work, Mrs. B.
E. Rawls.
Secretary of Missionary Educa-
tion. Mrs. W. H. Howell Jr.
Secretary of Student Work, Mrs.
0. M. Taylor.
Secretary of Literature and Pub-
lications, Mrs. WV. D. Jo-e.:.
Secretary of Spiritual Life. Mis.
Charles Brown.
Secretary of Supply,. Mrs. G C. Ad
kin's.
Secretary of Status of Women.
ldrs. G. F. Suber.
The WVSCS benediction closed the
meeting.
Visitors Here
Lt. and Mrs. Walter Underhill
are the guests of Mr. Underhill's
parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Gardner
Underhill, on Hunter Circle. He has,
just completed post graduate work
at Quantico, Va.
It pa.s to advertise try it,


Baptist Church will have their mis-
sion study next Monday afternoon
beginning at 6:30. The teacher for
the Intermediate G. A. and R. A.
will be A. D. Roberts and for the
Junior G. A. and R. A. Mrs. Walter
Graham.
The Assembly of God Church of
Highland View is holding a revival
this week.
EBetty Butler was baptised into
the fellowship of the Highland View
Baptist Church Wednesday night.
'Bobby Whitfield is still suffer-
ing from a heart condition and is
confined to his home ,as he has
been for several weeks.
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Rev. Douglas Newsome, pastor
of the Highland View Methodist
Church was admitted to the hospi-
tal this week for a minor opera-
tion.
Friends of Mrs. Johnnie Mims
will be sorry to learn of her being*
confined to her bed for the past
few days.
Mrs. Clinton Peterson had rela-
tives visiting her from De Funiak
Springs over the week end.
Mrs. John Hewett is greatly im-
proved after having been ill with
pneumonia. She has returned home
from the local hospital.
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CARD OF THANKS
May I extend my heartfelt thanks
to those who expressed their kind-
ness in so many ways during my
recent illness. Your cards, flowers
and visits meant o much to me. I
would especially like to express my
thanks to Dr. Joe Hendrix and the
entire staff of the Municipal Hos-
pital who were so kind to me.
Sincerely,
J. C. PRICE
To Return To School
Miss Ruth Lynn Ramsey will
leave Sunday following a visit here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Ramsey. Miss Ramsey is a student
at Emory University.


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CLASSIFIED ADS attractively- furnished apartments
CLASSIFIED ADS (Cool in summer, warm in winter.
Window fans, gas heat. They have
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. to be seen to be appreciated, Wim-
Close in. Mrs. C. A. McGowin. ico Lodge, White City, Phone 9-4083.
Phone 9-9991. 2-28-tfc j tfc-2-21
FOR SALE: Good used electric FOR SALE: 1951 1% ton Chevrolet
range. Full size. Phone 7-39S6 or 'truck. Good shape. $495.00. Can.
see Mrs. H, F. Ayers. tfc be finaioed. See Bill Carr, St. Joe
S-- H ardwa 3-7-tic
FOR SALE: Two adjoining lots on ....
Marvin Avenue. High and dry FOR SALE: 1955 Harley-Davidson
with nice trees. Phone 7-3986 orI motorcycle 165. In perfect condi-
see Mrs. H. F. Ayers. tfc tion. All extras. $350.00. Call 0. M.
FOR RENT: One and two bedroomTayr


.321 .Reid Avenue


SSTO. Joe, a.


Port St. Joe, Fla.


PRICES GOOD MARCH 21, 22 and 23

SUPER-RIGHT FULLY COOKED


2 Eor
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49c


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SEPTIC TANKS.pumped out. Call ELECTRIC IRONS repairSe. Work
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for guaranteed. Quick dependable
quick expert service. 3-7-4tp service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave
FOR RENT: Small unfurnished KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
house. 1305 Long Ave. Phone FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li-
7-4876. t-14 tfc ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom infurnish- service and installation. Phone
ed house on St. Joe Beach. Be- .-3032. tfc
tween Terry Hinote and James
Bass. $50 per mo. See Walter Du- F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav.
ren. 3-14-tfe ing money see us for anything
S RENo U need in your home. STOP and
FOR RENT: Furnished and unfur- SWAP SHOP.


nshnea apartments.e nq mr at onu
4th St., or phone 7-5606. 2tp


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FOR SALE: Beautiful wooded 25 35c EACH
acres along highway 71. Also 18 BICYCLE PARTS
acres with boat landing three miles WESTERN AUTO
South of Wewahitchka. C. White, WESTERN AUTO
Rt. 1, Box 3'98, -New Port Richey, HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
Fla. 2tp PANA-CRAFT BOATS
S and E-Z TRAILERS
FOR SALE: Smith-Corona portable R
typewriter. Virtually new. WilliReel Parts and Repairs
sell $30 under cost. Call Rev. Bill f.zADE US that useless article for
Iverson. 7-3541. something useful. STOP and
WANTED: Salesgirls for part time SWAP.
and full" time positions. Experi- LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
ence preferred but not essential. I Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Appil in person to Mrs. Tukey, 01- Fourth St.. meeting night every other
en Department Store. No phone Monday.
calls.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
LAST YEAR, STONES' had the lar- O. F.-Meets first and third
gest selection of Short Sleeve Thursdays, 7:30 p.m. In Masonic
SPORT SHIRTS in this section. Al-, Hall. All members urged to attend;
ready this year, STONES' has an' visiting brethren invited.
even larger selection and are still C. W. LONG, N. G.
getting more and more almost ev- J. C. PRICE, Secty.
ery day. For the Short Sleeve -
SPORT SIHITRT of your choice, go rHERE WILL BE a regular com-
to STONES' SHOP FOR MEN, he munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
store of style and quality at opu- No. 111, F&AM every second' and
lar prices, fourth Friday night at 8:00 p.m.
EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secty.
HELP WANTED FEMAILE EARN All Master Masons cordially invited.
WHILE YOU LEARN: Tupper-
ware dealerships NOW available. WILLIS V. 'ROWAN POST 116,
Turn you spare hours into spare THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
money. Earn $35 or more per week ing first and third Monday nights
part-time. It is pleasant, interesting 1SO p.m., American Legion Home.
and profitable. For interview write
or call E-Konomy Sales, P. P. S. R. A. M.-Regula'convocation of
Box 2501, Tallahassee, phone 2-8210 St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
3-14-3tc M., 2nd and 4tb MNondays All visit-
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddle,
FOR SALE: Three bedroom home : High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
on McClellan Ave.
o E. TOM PRIDGEON Over 20,000 Arthritic and Rhen-
Real Estate & Insurance matic S-aSufferers have taken this
BAII 7-7741 411 Reid Ave. Medicine since it has been on
the market. It is inexpensive,


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


can be taken in the home. For
Free information, give name
and address to P. 0. Box 1012.
Hot Springs, Arkansas.
It pays to advertise-try It!


EXPERT REPAIRS.. .

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Corner Reid and Third


Mrs. Joe Christian, Mrs. G. S. Croxton

Are Hostesses to Gladiolus Circle Meeting

SThe regular monthly meeting of will be the guest speaker. Each
the Gladiolus Garden Circle met circle will have two hostesses. All
Thursday afternoon at the home of members of each circle are urged
Mrs. Joe Christian. Mrs. G. S. to attend as this will be a very in-
Croxton served as co-hostess. teresting meeting.
Mrs. J. C. Belin, chairman, called
the meeting to order and conduct Mrs. Belin introduced the speak-
ed the business for the month. er for the meeting, Mrs. J. M. Nix-
The following officers were elect- on, Panama city who gave a very
ed for the coming year, Mrs. W. 3. interesting program on palms. She
Thursday, chairman; Mrs. George gave the history of palms, the types
Cooper, co-chairman; Mrs. Wayne of palms and the care of palms.
Ashlye, secretary and Mrs; R. W. The palm tree is our state tree.
Henderson, treasurer. Mrs. Ethel Bridges, horticulture
Mrs. Belin announced that next chairman, gave the following things
month's meeting will be held in the to do in your yard this time of
Centennial Building. It will be a year, fertilize lawns, shrubs and
joint meeting with the Azalea Cir- trees. Spray for insects, plant cala-
cle. Howard Grog of Panama City
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH J'TUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF GULF
OOEUNY, FJORJIDA,
tUN CHANCERY.
JASION DYKES )
PLAINTIFF, )
VS )
MIDDRED DOLORES DYKES)
DEFEINDANT ) now is the time for
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: Mildred Dolores Dykes, 1


S 135 West "D" Street
Hastings Nebrask a.
You are hereby notified that suit
has been brought against you in
the Circuit Court in and for Gulf
County, Florida, in Chancery, as
above entitled, by a complaint for
.divorce and other relief and you are
required to serve a copy of your
answer or other defenses to said
complaint on plaintiff's attorney
hereinafter shown, and file the ori-
ginal of such answer, or other de-
fenses in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, Gulf County,
Florida, at Wewahitchka, Florida,
on or before 22 April, A. D. 1957.
That upon failure to do so, said com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
by you as to the relief therein
sought, as by law in such cases
made and provided.
This the 19th day of March, A. D.
1957.
GEORGE Y. OORE
Clerk of Circuit Court
Gulf County, Fla. (seal)
ERNEST C. WIMiBERLY
Attorney for Plaintiff
303 Fourth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida.
March 21, 28, April 7, 11, 1957.
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given of intention
to apply to the 1957 Sesion of the
Florida Legislature for passage of
an act to incorporate the City of
Highland View in Gulf County; pro-
viding for a city charter with pro-
vision for electing a mayor and
city commission; also providing for
the boundaries of the city.
J. R. HKWETT
CURTIlS GREFWIN
T. 0. RICHARIDS


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BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Roy Irwin old' us that Jack Ju--
tice wanted us to mention the fact'
that Roy is the grandfather cf win
sons born last week to his daughter
Betty and of course her husband
JTack JusticA of Orlando. Now, no
matter whether it was father or.
grandfather who wanted the birt'i
announced-it is now done so.
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CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank all of the many '
people who sent cards, gifts and.
flowers while I was confined to the '-*
hospital. They were most apprecia-
ted.
MRS. ERN'EMST LOWEKRY
diums, and iris, bulbs.
Delicious pie and coffee were,
served to the 20 members present
by the hostesses.


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'HRE STAR, P(-'T ST. JOE, GULP COUNTY, PLORIDA


Jim Woodruff Dam


(Continued From Page 1)
over-burden were removed. In early
stages of construction the pumping
of concrete grout was undertaken
after the lime rock base had been
exposed. This developed many
springs. Later stages used a me-
thod of sealing the porous rock
with grout prior to uncovering. Ap-
proximately 300,000 cubic yards of
concrete grout were required to
prepare the rock foundation to start
construction.
During the later stages of con-
struction conti'acts were let to clear
the reservoir area of trees and
brush. Approximately 98% of trees
in the reservoir were cut at ground
level prior to the flooding. The re-
maining trees were left as a re-
fuge for birds and fish ,and to serve


Craig Named high of 54 against Monticelo.
__ Craig, veteran coach at Port St.
(Continued from page 1) Joe, -received the votes of six coa-
little trouble getting "Player of the ches for a 27-4 season that ended
Year" honors in their respective in the state Class B semi-finals.
classesar hnor in their respective Greensboro's L. N. Monds was sec-
Lawson, who averaged 212.0 points and with four votes.
a game, received 11 first-place Elliott, who also made the all-
votes and a total of 26 points in state tournament team, was the
Class A. only returnee on the Class B first
Young pulled in a dozen first- team. Young played at Cordele, Ga.,
place votes and 28 points in Class last season.
B. Elliott got four first-place votes
and 19 points to run a close second. Advertising doesn't cost-it pays"
Dodson claimed the biggest ma-_
jority in three years of Big Bend
selections, getting the first-place FISHING, HUNTING and
vote of every coach except his own DRIVER'S LICENSES
-which was not allowed-and 29 and Marriage License
total points. He averaged 22.5 Applications
points a game and hit a Big Bend
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