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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 28, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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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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THE


STAR


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

VOLUME XX Single Copy 8 ,'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1957 NUMBER 22


High School Band Takes 'Superior' Ratings


Teachers Are Miffed Uver




Collins' Stand On Salaries


'Port St. Joe's High School Band day in Panama City.
walked off with the highest honors The St. Joe. bai
obtainable in a two-day West Flor- awarded superior ra
ida Band Festival concluded Satur- cert, sight-reading an


r Several other schools, much lar-
idsmen were ger than Port St. Joe, including
tings in con- Panama City and Leon High of
d marching. Tallahassee also received high rat-


Belin Will Head Gulf Cancer


Crusade; Meeting Set Tonight


The Gulf County Unit, American Sr toe High School Band. This will
Cancer Society, Florida Division, be followed by a filn, one of ithe
Inc., is holding its spring boar b olwd yafl, n fte
In., in holding its spring board. -~nerican Cancer Society's life-say-
meeting Thursday, March 28 at ing stories. Those attending will
7:4'5 .,m. in the City Hall in Port then have the opportunity of hav*',g
St. Joe. their questions answered by 'a pan-
Mrs. H C Brown, Unit Chairman il e of qualified physicians and 'sv
asouces hat J. C. Belin will -pople. Refreshments will be -erv-
serve as 1937 Crusade Chairman ed by the St. Joe Hi-Y Club, who
for 1957. IThis is the second year will also furnish baby sitting ser-
Mr. Belti. will have served as Cru- vice for parents who need to bring
sade Chairman. He is also District their children with w them to the
No. 2 Lay Delegate Director, Flor- their children with them to the
ij. Division, Inc., and a member of"all
the Division Executive Committee. "We hope everybody will male
"I am proud to be associated an effort to attend this Rally," Mrs.
"I a prod tobe ssocated- IH. C. Brown, chairman, said. "~It
with such a meaningful public ef- H. C. Brown, chairman, said. "it
fort", Belin said. "Cancer, consid- is believed that many people are
ered man's cruelest enemy, annual- alive today because they have seen
ly takes a toll of approximately one of our films or attended one of
250,000 lives. Thousands of th-se our lectures. We urge every adult
250,000 lives. Thousands of th3.e"" i ,hsae otaeavnaoo
persons could have been saved by in this area to take advantage of
prompt treatment had they known J. C. BELIN this opportunity to hear our doc-
the life-saving facts about cancer l tors speak and see our life-saving
and acted in time. That is why we General Assembly, Wewahitchka' filmss"
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stress the public education aspect
of this campaign and urge all per-
sons to have regular health exanm-
inations as protection against need-
less death from cancer. But the
,American Cancer Society needs the
generous support pf all our citi-
zens", Mr. Belin stated. He said
"Approximately 1.30 persons from
Gulf County attended the Tamor
Clinic for diagnosis and treatment
during 1956. This Clinic is for 'he
,medically indigent patient, and is
jointly supported by the medical
profession, who give of their time
free, the Florida Public Health Ser-
vice and the Florida Division,
American Cancer Society."
"Through the careful organizing
and planning which has been going
on for several weeks under our
committee chairmen, each volun-
teer will have an integral role in
our life-saving campaign, which
Will commence April 15." Mr. Belin
said. 'During the last week of
March and the first two weeks of
April the Gulf County Unit, under
the direction'of Mrs, H, C. Brown,
will present the following public
education programs: March 26, film
showing Kiwanis luncheon; School
Rally, ,Washington High School,
7:30 p.m.; March 27, Wewahitchka
Rotary Club Luncheon, 2:05 p.m.

Kiwanis. Club Minstrel
Set For Next Friday Night

The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
this week began polishing the
rough edges of their annual min-
strel, which will presented next
Friday night at the Port Theatre.
A full program has been outlined
by the minstrel for the evening with
the minstrel itself to last about aa
hour.
End men for- the- program this
year are: Hubert Richards, George
Winmberly, Jr., Bob King, Dick Lam-
berson, John Simpson and John
Robert Smitlh,
A band concert will proceed the
minstrel program at 7:30. The min-
strel will begin at 8:00 p.m.


.High Schnool; viarcn 28, ruilm sow- IIAny interestedLi persons in Gulfi
ing St. Joe Rotary Club Luncheon; County other 'than board members
April 2 film showing Lions Club other than board members are cor-
dinner, St. Joe; April 4, Rally at' dially invited to attend the Unit
St. Joe High School Auditorium. 'Board meeting Thursday night.
The Rally at the High 'School
April 4 has been proceeded by a able player-one for player showing
month-long Cancer poster contest best sportsmanship-aid a team
in Highland View Elementary 'trophy for last year's winners. Tha
School, Port St. Joe Elementary winning team will be introduced as
School and Port St. Joe High ecll as the tournament team whi'ii
School. This contest has been -co- represented us in Pensacola.
sponsored by the Gulf County Unit, Terry Hinote has been named as
A.C.S. and the principals and health director for St. Joe Con.ainer D:-
co-ordinators of the schools. Pos- vision "Boxers" with Waring Mur-
ters will be judged at the rally, dock as manager. Gordon Hallmark
and prizes will be awarded to the was appointed assistant manager of
student fr*om each school who wins Kiwanis Club team. The name se-


first place. The R1ally will start
with a concert presented by tha


Try-Out and Registry

Dates Set By League

A meeting of the directors and
managers of St. Joe Little Boys
Baseball, Inc., was held Monday
night. Tryouts for the teams- will
officially start April 8 at 4:30 p.m.-
All boys between -the ages of 8 and
12 in Gulf County and Mexico
Beach are eligible. The upper age
limit is defined as follows: 'Any
boy whose 13th birthday falls on
or after Aungust 1 of the current
vear is eligible."


elected by the co-sponsors St. Joe
Hardware and The Star is "Hard-
stars,"
Work is still in progress on the
new baseball field for the American
League. This field should 'be com-
pleted by April 1.


Legislation working toward the
eventual construction of municipal
docks in Port St. Joe and similar


........* U .....beneficial projects in other area
Tryouts will be held by the man- municipalities will be offered in
agers with player agent, William the coming session of the Legisla-
Whaley, on hand to accept regis- ture by Rep. Cecil Costin, Jr.
trations with birth certificate as Costin will introduce a bill to au-
proof of age. For convenience of thorize and direct the State Devel-
parents who would like to register' opment Commission to make a po-
their sons at night, Mr. Whaley tential traffic survey of the Tri-
-m 1 ii, th mF lem.nlT- River VSystem and provide, an a-


ings.
The festival was sponsored by
the Sixth District of the Florida
Band Master's Association.


Boat Club To Set

Sail Sunday Afternoon

The St. Joe Boat Club will hold
their afternoon outing this Sun-
day at the. St. Joseph Bay Boat
Landing at the foot of Fifth St.
The outing was planned for last
,Sunday, but the uncooperative
attitude of the elements prevent-
ed the nautical fun.
The outing will begin at 1:00
p.m. with a cruise across the bay
scheduled.


Saints Ball Team

Organized March 20

A meeting was held March 20,
for the purpose of organizing the
St. Joe Sain'ts baseball team.
A large number of players and
interested fans attended this meet-
ing. It was decided that Port St.
Joe should be represented in the
Gulf Coast League during the com-
ing season and should elect officers
and appoint a manager and assist-
ant manager at this meeting to no-
tify the Gulf Coast League that
Port St. Joe will field a team fori
the 1957 season.
Bascom Hamm who managed the
1956 team to second place in regu-
lar season play and then defeating
Apalachicola in the play-offs to be-
come the Gulf Coast League cham-
pions was, selected as manager.
Goulden Scott, a veteran player for
the Saints was selected assistant
manager.
The board of directors elected
for the season were I. C. Nedley,
Richard Porter, Bob Ellzky, Jessie
Stone and Pete Comforter.

Spends Week End Here
Miss Patsy Wilder of Florida
State University spent the week
end here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. W. Wilder. Her brother,
Walter, a student of Sewanee is
also home for a week's visit.

Advertising Doesn't Cost It PAY-
Advertising Doesn't Cost -- It PAYS


al dams and locks are being con-
structed on the Apalachicola, Flint
and Chattahoochee to enable ship-
ping to move from industrial sites
in the heart of Georgia -and Ala-
bama to the sea via the port of Apa-
lachicola and into the intracoastal
canal which joins the system in
Apalachicola Bay.
Ceremonies Friday dedicated the
Jim Woodruff Dam and Looks o-
cated near Chattahooch e. th


will also [be a eLu etuernemeary--l1GWUI pU'"' a -- cPce at Le
School April 15 at 7:30 p.m. propriation for that project. juncture of the Flint and Chatta-
On Saturday, April 20, 6:30 p.m. "This is my most important bill hoochee rivers, whose waters form
a the Centennial Building a bat- this term," Costin said this week. the Apalachicola.
becue will be held honoring last "The survey will determine how If the survey shows a large po-
year's players and announcing the much shipping will come through tential of traffic "as I am sure it
assignment of players to the var the Apalachicola River and along will" the Port St. Joe Port Author-
ious teams for this year. Tickets the intracoastal waterway." ity will apply for federal aid to con-
for the barbecue will go on sale The Tri-River system, of. which stiuct the docks", Costin said.
April 8. Three trophies will be the Apalachicola is a part, is a This aid will be in the form of
awarded-one for the most valu- long range project for which sever- government backing for the issu-


Motley Crew

Will Play Saints

In Exhibition

There will be an exhibition base-
ball game this coming Wednesday
afternoon at 4:30 p.m. between the
St. Joe Saints regular team and a
fine collection of players who re-
side in Port St. Joe. Some of this
collection have worn the Saints'
uniform in years gone by. The oth-
ers in this group are new to the
community and are helping *he
boys out so the game will last the
seven innings. Glynn (Speedy) Hen-
ley is acting as player manager
Iand has an able assistant manager,
Jimmy Kilbourn.
This special game will have two
of the finest base umpires that can
be found this side of the big leagues
and at times they have been known
to disagree with the calling oZ the
games on television. These two fine
gentlemen have always had a lot
to say in the stands and are happy
to be able to call a game the way
they see it. T. S. (Secl Singletary
will call first base and Joe Grims-
ley will call third base. In the event
a play is made at second base the
umpires will hold a conference to
find out who could see that far
and then make a just decision.
Chief of police Buck Griffin says
he will be on hand to restore peace
and order if the two base umpires
let the game get out of hand.
Pete Comforter will have an am-
bulance in the vicinity of the ball
park to render yaoalsitance tbatt
may be needed. Miss McLane, the
hospital director has been request-
ed to have her staff on the alert
during the hours this game is tak-
ing place,
The following big name players
will see action Wednesday during
the exhibition game.
Glynn Henley Musial, Al Berry
Mantle, Carl Guilford Williams,
Jimmy Kilbourn (Big Klu), Nixon
-Dykes Martin, Leonard Belin Reese,
Marty Begley Boyer, 0. C. Dykes
Ford, Cliff Harper Bera, Joe Chris-
tian, Bill Smith, Tommy Mitchell,
Clifford Tharpe, Bill Cargill, Earl
Tom Pridgeon, Terry Hinote, Bucky
Walters and Dan Sexton.


Send Letter To Governor Protesting

Statements In Regard to Minimum P-ay

Several Port St. Joe High School teachers this week became
agitated enough about Governor Leroy Collins statements re-
garding minimum teacher pay that they wrote him a personal
letter informing the Governor of their feelings in the matter.
The letter was signed by 19 local teachers.
The teachers registered their
opinion on the Governor's action in and state effort.
the following letter dated March 22. "The state must supply all it rea-
Honorable Leroy Collins sonably can and we must make
Governor, State of Florida more certain the ability of our
Tallahassee, Florida county school boards to obtain
Dear Sir: more funds at the local level to-
We, the undersigned teachers of supplement the assistance provided


Port St. Joe. High School, Gulf
County, would like to'express to
you our sentiments as follows:
1. We are very disturbed about
the attitude that you have taken
toward a raise in teachers" salaries,
and the F.E.A. program.
2. Aitlhough we realize the im-
portance of keeping our public
schools functioning, we have made
the supreme sacrifice of donating
our services for a paltry wage as
long as we possibly can and retain
our dignity as human beings.
3. Your attitude, as well as that
of some legislators, toward teachers
will force us to obtain employment
in some other field of endeavor.
4. We cannot, as individuals,
exist under this peonage system of
exploitation under which you are
helping to keep us.
5. We hope that you and the leg-
islators do not force us to discon-
tinue teaching in the State of Flor-
ida.
6. The teacher* of the State of
Florida supported you in your past
election because we felt that you
would do what is right; therefore
we ask you to reconsider and ap-
prove the entire F.E.A. program.
,Sincerely,
*Margaret Biggs, Lillian Kenning,
ton, G. L. Johansson, James A.
Gunter, Ernestine Sims, Marjorie
Austin, Katherine Ivey, Jacque
Price, James N. Yadon, James L.
'Faison, Eula D. Pridgeon, James
C. Traweek, Netta Niblack, Mar-
garet Addison, Hoover Herring-
ton, H. L. Walding, Alice G. An-
drews, Ralph Jones and Margaret
Costin.
Anrn


This game is being held so the Monday, Governor Collins issued
Saints will be in better financial a statement to the press on this
position at the beginning of the matter supporting his arguments
regular season, therefore a small that it would not be feasible to
admission will be charged, hike teacher's pay to- a $4,200 min-
Come out next Wednesday after- imum. He declared that state and
noon and enjoy yourself, counties must make a joint effort
-- to provide more funds to increase
Attend Band Festival school teachers' pay.
Attending the band festival Fri- At the same time, he cautioned
day in Panama City were Mr. and teachers against the use of "abuse
Mrs. Terry Hinote, Mr. and Mrs. and threats" to attain their pay
Bill Shuford, Mr. and Mrs. Earl goals. He said these would "serve
Pridgeon and daughter Nancy, Mrs. only to complicate the picture and
Rush 'Chism, Mrs. Bert Munn and to increase misunderstandings."
daughter Connie and son Mike, Mr. I The governor said he expected
and Mrs. Paul Fensom and sons, the FBIA officials to submit to him
Chesley and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. Ar-! an estimate of the cost of their
nold Daniell and sons Larry and approvals "related to both the state
Willie and Mrs. Harold Hinote. and local level'."


Collins said the job of paying
teachers adequately must be ac-
complished through a joint county

Saints Begin Practice
Monday With 23 Men

The St. Joe Saints started prac-
tice this past Monday afternoon


ance of revenue bonds to finance with 23 men reporting for the team.
construction. Practice will be held at 5:00 p.m.
"Many representatives in this every afternoon. Manager Hamm
area have shown great interest in stated that the 1957 Saints' should
this bill," Costin stated, "for posi- be the finest team in the Gulf
tive results of the survey also will Coast League. Most of the players
enable them to obtain financial of the 1956 season have returned
backing for projects similar to the and many new men in our city
proposed Port St. Joe docks." have come out for a position on the
"I don't believe we will have any Saints team.
trouble getting the bill passed and Those reporting for practice Mon-
the survey should take not more day were Bascom Hamm, Goulden
than six months after the Commis- Scott, Basil McKnight, W. J. Her-
sion gets it underway." ring, Waring Murdock, Benny Hud-
Cdstin said Port St. Joe has "one son, Howard Rogers, Harry Dow-
of the best natural harbors in the den, Harold Hinote, Harry Tyson,
state" and he pointed out that "the Bill Flemming, Harry Cannavino,
government has spent a tremendous Gordon Brown, Jackie Mitchell, Ed
amount of money dredging it." McFarland, John Scott, J. W. Warn,
"It is now one of the 11 deep David Huffman, Benton Hamm, Joe
water ports in the entire state," Davie, Max Wells, Charles Lanier
Costin proudly declared, and Elzie Williams.


by the state and to establish a more
adequate salary level," he said.
Collins said the proposed $1,100
average pay increase to set up a
$4,200 minimum starting salary
would cost 80 million dollars for
the next biennium and "includes
nothing for incentive raises or
salary raises that have been merit-
ed by outstanding service.
The governor said he strongly
favored establishing some plan for
merit pay increases. Most teacher
salaries now are set up on a uni-
form basis.
Better teacher pay is only one of
the state's needs in providing bet-
ter education for Florida children,
Collins said.
He declared there are critical
needs for school buildings, with a
current backlog of 82 million dol-
lars and an estimated future need
amounting to 50 million dollars.


Negro Woman Wounded

By Gun Shdt Suturday

fA Negro man is being held in. the
county jail for investigation in con-
nection with the shooting of his
wife, who is in fair condition in the
Municipal Hospital.
Nance Mae Hogue, 36, of Avenue
D was admitted to the hospital at
4:30 a.m. Saturday morning and
treated for bullet wounds. Authori-
ties said a bullet fired by her hus-
band, Henry Hogue, entered her
left shoulder and pierced her left
lung, lodging near the heart. Her
condition Saturday night was term-
ed "very poor" by hospital attend-
ants, but she has improved since
then.
Unofficial reports said that the
pair were at the home of a neigh-
bor and began arguing. These re-
ports said Hogue went home before
his wife, and that when she follow-
ed later he fired on her.
Chief of police H. W. Griffin and
officer Pete Hall Investigated the
matter.


Breakfast Kicks Off

Red Cross Drive

Red Cross team workers gathered
at -the Motel St. Joe Saturday
morning at 8:00 a.m. for a kick-off
breakfast for the annual Red Cross
fund campaign which is underway
now.
Red Cross fund chairman, John
G. Blount, Gulf County Chapter
Chairman Ernest C. Wimberly and
District Field Worker, Sue Stewart
of Panama City met with about
20 workers to plan the campaign
and charge different sections of
Gulf County with a definite goal.
Mrs. Stewart addressed the group
briefly on the work of the- Red
Cross and instructed the workers
on some of the history and the
goals of the Red Cross.
Blount presented each campaign
group chairman with a kit of ma-
terial to work with and urged the
group to complete their campaigns
this week.
Gulf County's goal has been set
at $1,800.00.


1---(,-
MISS McLANE PRESIDES
OVER NURSES MEETING
Miss Minerva McLane, presided
over the monthly business meeting
of the Hospital Employees Wed-
nesday. Hostess for the meeting
was Mrs. Selma Bradley, dietician.
Attending were 13 members of
the hospital staff.


Costing Planning To Work for Docks


For Port St. Joe In '57 Legislature


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__has firmly proclaimed that which It is with complete faith in a ST. JAMES' CHURCH A
t:.e editor believes as truth, and competent Saviour, and a saving EPISCOPAL
LETTER- 73 1as recognized truth as others faith in a sufficient Saviour that I The Rev. Gardner D. Underhilll
T.H r .) know it. It has been throughly prov- commend to you Him who loved us, Priest In Charge
THE M .oil oen to me that the editor and staff and gave Himself for us. Unless The Fourth Sunday in Lent,
h___ ___ have cooperated fully in the Chris- Christ was gravely mistaken, or March, 31.
~aen truth, and for this the churches dishonest, which no true person 7:30 a.m., Celebration of the Holy
Dear Editor. f our town are grateful, would allow, the only real joy and Communion. 9:45 a.m., Church
It is with regret! t" 1 write th.i It has also been the finest three peace is in Him. And so it is that School. 11:00 a.m., Morning Prayer
letter for it mean: last expre,. y-.irs of our lives, living in Port in saying farewell, we urge all who and sermon (NOTE: This morning
sion of both se: .., :. and convict St. Joe and serving our gracious have not yet found the way to trust Mr. Underhill will deliver the sec-
ion through the ;i'dium of The redeemer, the Presbyterian Church the Son of God as. Lord of their ond in a series of sermons on the
Star. I will have --i abiding apprec, and all of those who have needed lives. The greatest -thrill a person Apostles' Creed. The subject will
nation for the we c:ly paper of Per, the comfort, pardon, or peace so can have is to be born anew thru be "I Believe In God-The Father
St. Joe and Gulf County because it freely offered to us in the Gospel. faith in His atoning death. The con- Almighty".) 7:00 p.m. Episcopal
Young Churchmen. 7:00 p.m., Eve-
ning Prayer and sermon at St.
John's Church, Wewahitchka.
Tuesday, April 2. 8:00 p.m. Choir
0 HO Irehearsal.
Wednesday, April 3, 7:30 p.m.,
JThe Litany, and Instruction.
Thursday, April 4, 8:00 p.m.
Vestry meeting at the Rectory.
Friday, April 5. 7:30 a.m., Cele-
-- ration of the Holy Communion .
The public is cordially invited to
rd H a worship with us and is assured of

SGordon Hallmark, a "c

Owner of HALLMARK'S DEPARTMENT STORE Bride-Elect Is Honored
With Coffee Wednesday

I I Miss Ann Costin, bride-elect of
is low II Atl lia April was honored with an i nfor-
matl coffee. Wednesday afternoon
from 4 to 6 o'clock.
Hostesses for the occasion were
Buying and Choosing With Care Mrs. J. L. Temple, Mrs. J. L. Shar-
it, Mrs. Fennon Talley, Mrs. Edwin
Ramsey and Mrs. Walter Johnson.
New Sn Ms The party was held in the home
of Mrs. Johnson on Seventh Street.
NS iMcd 1 lBeautiful arrangements of gladi-
olus, lilly-of-the-valley and carna-
tions were used as decorations in
the dining room and living room.
Presiding over the silver service
was Mrs. Marion Parker.
Assisting in serving were Miss
Peggy Philyaw and Miss Ruth Lynn
Big.ew sprin Life Ramsey.
Among the 100 guests were Mrs.
Chauncey Costin, mother of the
bride-elect and her grandmother,
WILL BE IN OUR STORE Mrs. Sally Costin.

N W K T EE It pays to advertise try It!
stant peace of His presence in the
heart is the only assurance in this
N EBX T W EEK -life, and the surety of a place with
Him in eternity. I have found that
if a person prays daily reads the
Bible daily, bears witness that they
are Christians in life and lip daily,
and worships in the church of their
choice faithfully, and gives liberally
to God's worIk, nothing can take
away the joy of Chr!st not
sorrow, sickness, setback or death
itself. Will you not accept Him who
is the Truth today through this
medium of truth, The Star, and
find your community made strong-
er for the future. This way has
L L R A S been the life by His truth in these
happy years, and may it be yours
until we meet again.
BILL IVERSON
P.S., Let's vote Gulf County dry
an *-this year and make it a better
FAIR and SQUARE" place to live. It will only take
around SSO votes, and you have that
many in the county.


Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bennett of
this city announce the birth of a
son, David Anthony on March 22.

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd John Piearcy
of Highland View announce the
birth of a boy, Floyd Gary on
March 16.


Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paffe of this
city announce the birth of a baby
daughter on March 26. The baby
had not been named at press time.

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Antley of
White City announce the birth of
a daughter on March 24. The baby
has not yet been named.
All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital of Port St. Joe.


Bouington-Parker
Engagement Announced

The Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Bouing-
ton of Apalachicola announce the
engagement and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Barbara
Ann Bouington, to Donald Benton
Parker of this city.
The wedding will be an event of
April 14 at 3 o'clock in the after-
noon at the First Wesleyan Metho-
dist Church in Apalachicola.
No invitations are being sent but
all relatives and friends of the cou-
ple are invited to attend.


Rev. Iverson To

Give Last Message

'Rev. William T. Iverson will
bring his final messages as pastor
of the Presbyterian Church this
Sunday. At the, 11:00 worship ser-
vice he will preach a message on
"The Church of the Living God." In
the evening, the final message will
be on the person of Christ entitled,
"His Name Shall be Called Won-
derful."
At the youth service Rev. Iverson
will bring a special word for young
people at the 6:30 hour on "The
Best Things In Life Are Free".
The Iversons will be in residence
in Maplewood, N. J. on April 14.
Their address will be 51 Brookwood
Drive.


Gulf County Students

Make FSU Dean's List

TALLAHASSEE More than
1,400 Florida State University stu-
dents have been named to the
Dean's List for the fall semester,
September through January.
Undergraduates must make a B
average to be named to the Dean's
List; graduate students must earn
higher averages. The list includes
some who received degrees in com-
mencement February 2.
On the Dean's List from Gulf
Count yare Martha L. Costin of
Port St. Joe and Buell H. Harper,
Jr., and Ann Janet Mayfield of We-
wahitchka.

Week End Guests
Mrs. Lexie Clark and son Edsel
of Greensboro, returned to their
home Sunday after visiting with
Mrs. Ferrell, her sister and W. B.
Ferrell over the week end.

Spend Week End Here
Miss Sibbie Brinson and Miss
Ann Costin, students at Florida
State University, spent the week
end here with their parents.


Vrs. Hart Is Chosen

Crusade Delegate

Mrs. P. G. Hart of Port St. Joe
ias been appointed co-chairman of
the American Legion Auxiliary
participation in the 1957 Crusade
For Freedom in Florida, according
to Mrs. A. L. Prince of Fort Lauder-
dale, Department National Security
Chairman of the American Legion
Auxiliary.
"The Crusade For Freedom sup-
ports Radio Free Europe and Free
Europe Press, both of which play
a vital role in the battle for men's
minds in the captive countries be-
hind the Iron Curtain," Mrs. Prince
said. "Therefore, the. continued ef-
fectiveness of Crusade For Free-
dom depends on the financial and
moral support of the American peo-
ple."
Mrs. Hart will accept Crusade
For Freedom contributions to the
American Legion Auxiliary project,
she said, or contributions can be
mailed directly to postmasters.
Governor LeRoy Collins is honor-
ary chairman of the 1957 Crusade,
with J. Edwin Larson, State Treas-
urer, serving as campaign director.
4-1-1-


De Moss Meetings

Are Termed Success

With great expectancy and real
interest many heard Arthur De
Moss, insurance executive of Al-
bany, New York preach adn teach
the word of God as few visiting
speakers have. It was through the
laymen of. the churches that. these
unusual and challenging meetings
were held, and almost all the chur-
ches of the area cooperated fully,
with the Christian laymen of the
churches giving short talks, pre-
siding and planning. This has been
the second annual crusade of this
kind.
Mr. De Moss spoke at four united
meetings, one being in Highland
View. He also spoke at two dinner
meetings, to the two high schools,
at the First Baptist, Long Avenue
Baptist and First Presbyterian
Churches| Also he gave radio talks
and held special personal inter-
views.

Guests of Ferrells
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Green of
Jacksonville, Vermont were the
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
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Minutes of The
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
MARCH 5, 1957
The Board of Public Instruction, of Gulf
.County, met of the above date in regular
session with the following present and act-
ing: Clyde Brogdon, Chairman. J. A. Whit-
field. C. E. Boyer, Fennon Talley and Car.
ter Ward members.
The Superintendent was present and act-
Ing.
The Minutes for the preceding meeting
were read anl adopted as read.
Report No. 4530 on the audit of the
accounts and records of the Board of Public
as of June 30, 1955 and June 30, 1956
was reported to the Board of Public Instruc-
tion and ordered filed as a part of this
office.
The Health Departments. Report was ex.
amined approved .and ordered filed
The Board assigned pupils to the We-
waltitchka High School, the Port St. Joe
Elementary School and the Port St. Joe
High School. All records on file in the Su-
perintendent's office.
The Superintendent was instructed to
call for bids on 1 (48) passenger school t:us
body and chassis.
The Superintendent was instructed to
write the Director of the Community Col-
lege Council expressing a desire to have a
Community College established in Bay-Gulf
Area but the School Board would be unable
to put up- the amount of money needed from
Gulf County and an attempt to get the
County Commissioners to put in the amount
of money needed for Gulf County to partici-
pate in the project.
The Board approved the attendance of
Thomas A. Owens and Carter Ward of the
Superintendents' and School Board Associa-
tion in Tampa, March 13 and 14.
The Board Adopted the following resolu-
tion:
IWHEIERAS, the 1955 Legislature has
seen fit to establish the Community Col-
lege Councmeil ot recommend long range
plans for the development of junior colleges
in Florida; and,
WHEREAS, the counties of Bay-Gulf have
been designated by the Community College
Council as an area for potential develop.
ment of a junior college; and,
WHEREAS, a local advisory committee
consisting of lay citizens from t these conm
ties have made a survey at the direction
of the County School Boards of these coun-
ties and have recommended that on the
basis of evidence contained in this survey,
this county has both the need and a high
amount of "community support for this level
of education.
WE hereby request that the Communi~sy
College Council consider this area foz
Priority One in order that we may de-
velop the Community Junior College as ia-
pidly as possible.
There being no further business to come
before them they did then adjourn to meet
again in Regular Session on April 2, 1957.
ATTEST:
Thomas A. Owens Clyde F. Brogdon
Superintendent Chairman
LIST OF EXPENDITURES FOR THE
MONTH OF MARCH 1957
itar Pub Co., Printing Minutes .... 35.00
Fla. School Board Assn., Dues .... 30.90
Ft. Walton Office Supply Co., Sup. .. 3.85
The Nation's School, Supplies .... 6.00
American Council on Education, Sup. 2.50
American Education Pub., Sup .... 14.25
Wewa Plumbing & Heating Co, Sup.
and Services ............... 13.75
'he Grade Teacher, Sup. .......... 5.00
). M. Webb Stores, Sup ....... .... 1.31
Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Sup ....... 31.47
0 & G Sporting Goods Co., Sup. .. 400 15
Keenan Welding Sup. Co., Sup .... 7.20
Newton School Equip. Co., Sup. .... 43.30
W. M. Welch Mfg.' Co, Sup. ...... 13.90
A. J. Nystrom & Co., Sup. ...... 254.64
children's Reading Service, Sup1. .. 48.30
Educational Record Sales, Sup. 20.35
'he Steck Co., Sup ... ....... 8.06
Revell's IGA Store, Sup ........... 11.60
Southern Liquid Gas Co., Sup. ..... 2 84
standard Oil Co., Sup ......... 604.f 9
esse Dawson, Wood for Wash. School 70.00
lulf Coast Electric Coop., Inc., Else
Energy for Wewa Schools .. .: 161.06
'lorida Power Corp., Electric Energy
for PSJ Schools .......... 751 f9
Connell Water Works, Water for Wev:ia
School ................. ... 8 .0o
City of Port St. Joe, Water for PSJ sclihool
SC..... ................ .02.25
Taylor Cbe~itial 00., Sup ........... 30.00
EP Mfg. Co., Sup ....... .... 7] 07
Georgia Chemical Co., Inc., Sup. .. 171.0o
Fuller's Supply Co., Supplies.... 22.50
t. Joe Hdwe. Co., Sup. ........ 131.90
Gulf Ihdwe & Sup. Co., Sup. ...... 9 ?4
. E. Whatley Typewriter Co., Sup. 26.00
ill's Plumbing Serv., Sup, ...... 18.00
linger Sewing Mach. Co., Sup. ..... 0.40
t. Joe Builders Sup. Co., Sup .... 8.97
Britt's Septic Tank Serv., Pumping out
septic tank Wewa School .... 135.00
triekland-Gore Music Co., Sup. ...... 9.00
. C. Littleton, Inc., Labor & Sup. 682.54
eemsco, Inc., Sup ............... .13 16
ill Jones, Plowing at Carver School 5.00
)ud Grain, Labor & Sup. ........ 24.50
Ivin McGlon's Serv. Gar., Labor
and Parts .................. 3.00
portman's Serv. Sta., Labor and
Parts ....................... 2.50


RADIATORS,


St. Joe Motor Co., Labor & Sup... 207.62
Superior Coach Corp., Sup .......... 6.7
Prescott's Auto Serv., Labor & Parts 114.70
Creech Bros. Laundry. Laundry Serv. 1.10
Gulf Drug Co., Sup................ 1.50
MR&R Truck Co, Freight ..... ... .52.19
Orkin Exterm. Co., Pest Control .... 64.00
John Land, Hauling Supplies ...... 30.00
Port St. Joe IIi School, Lunchroom for
1957 January) ............ 258.5
Wewa High School, Lunchroom for
1957 (January) .......... 317.02
George Washington High, Lunchroom for
1957 (January) .......... 162.49
Port St. Joe Elementary School, Lunchroom
for 1957 (January) ........ 443.32
Highland View Elementary School, Lunch-
room for 1957 (January) .... 81.17
Gulf County Commissioners, Labor on
roads .................... 105.26
A. C. 21. I.. i Co., Sup. .... 193.61
Wewa ihil j'... Co., Sup. ........ 035.51
Gaylord Brothers, Inc., Sup. ...... 127.15
P. F. McDaniel, Sup ............ ..94
St. Joseph Tel. & Tel. Co., Serv. .... 9 1.2
Wets Florida Gas Q Fuel Co., Sup. 73.73
All Florida School Supply Co., Sup. 173.55
Sears Roebuck & Co., Sup. ....... 21.69
Wall Electric Co., Sup........... () 680
State Dept. of Edu., Sup ....... 2.60
Thomas A. Owens, Exp to Tampa
meeting .................... 80.25
Carter Ward, Exp. to Tampa meet 80.25
T. D. Whitfield, Transporting School
Children ........; .......... 100.00
Emile A Twine, Transporting School
Children ................... 3 .0- 0
Albert Wynn, Transporting School
Children .................. 30 O0
James Thomas, Transporting School
Children ................... 10.00
Zion Fair Baptist Church, Rent .... 30.00
J. C. McArdle, Garbage disposal IHighland
View School ................ 12.00
Port St. Joe High School, Milk fund for
January .......... ....... 45.36
Wewahitchka High School, Milk fund for
January- ................... 0.08
George Washington High School, Milk
Fund for January ............ 7.28
Port St. Joe Elementary School, Milk
fund for January ............ 56.16
Standard Oil Co., Sup .......... 583.62
DISTRICT FUND NO. 1
Harland Pridgeon, Commission .... 12.83
BOND FUND NO. 1
IHarland Pridgeon, Commission .... 3.85
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
TO WHOM IT MAY CONOER.N:
You will please take notice that the
designedgned arI t: I i 'i,usiess it, I it
,-. ,roe, Florida unler tae firm name f
"Wimberly Pontiac Company", and will, onl
22 April, 1957, register said fictiti' us ham,'
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Gulf
County, Florida, at Wewahitchka, Flor:da.
This the 20tl day of March, A. )., 1957.
GEORGE H. WIMBERLY, SR.
GEORGE H. WIMBERhLY, JR.
March 28, April 4, 11, 18, 25.
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you still enjoy your meals, still eat
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Mail Orders Filled


Veterans Service Officer
To Visit Port St. Joe

Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Preston L. Nicho-
las, Assistant State Service Officer.
Nicholas will visit this area next
week for the purpose of helping
veterans or their dependent's in fil-
ing claims for Compensation Bene-
fits or solving their Insurance prob-
lems. This free service includes as-
sistance to employers of veterans
under the GI Bill, Vocational Train-
ing, Subsistence or other problems.
During his visit in this area Ni-
cholas may be contacted at the
city hall, Monday, April 1 'from
8:230 to 9:30 a.m.


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missioners last week dumped back
into the laps of the School Board
the responsibility of raising funds
to aid in the proposed Bay-Gulf
Community Junior College.
!However, late in the week, the
proposed college was one of six
in the state approved by the State
Community College Council.
'It was feared Gulf County's lack
of participation would hurt this
area's chances for such a school',


Members of the Commission
raised many objections, the fore-
most of which was that it is the
responsibility of the School Board
not the Commission to find th
money.
Williams was aided in his pleas
by Tommy Owens, Gulf school sa-
perintendent; Briggs Scisson, coun
ty supervisor and David Gaskin and
Floyd Lister, members of the col-
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but now that it has been approved, Gaki a d ,L.iter however went


officials feel legislation can be
passed whereby the School Board
will be- allowed to appropriate
funds for it.
Harry Williams of Panama City,
coordinator of the project, appeared
before the Board last Monday and,
along with educators from Gulf
County, urged commissioners to
appropriate $5,000 toward the col-


along with the Commission on its
objection to appropriating funds.
"I do not feel that the county
should hire teachers or that the
School Board should build roads,"
Gaskin stated. "Each department
has its own responsibilities, obli-
gations and duties.
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work of one department to another
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Evangelist and Mrs. Nelson E.
White, who are currently engaged
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View Assembly of God Church, will
present a musical request night on
Saturday night, March 30, at the
church. At this service, which be-
gins at 7:30 p.m., the Whites, from
sets dangerous precedents and
could lead to a dangerous situa-
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According to Pastor T. C. Ear- SAN DIEGO, CALIF. Charles
nest Friday night will be a special F. McCall, engineman second class,
Divine Healing rally with prayer USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. James
being offered for each one desiring P. McCall' of 1006 Garrison Ave.,
healing. He also states that the re- Port St. Joe, is scheduled to ar-
vival will conclude on Sunday rive at San Diego, March 25, aboard
night, March 31. "The Terror of the seaplane tender USS, Curtiss,
the Lord" is the subject Evangelist from the Antarctic.
White will preach at the closing The Curtiss was one of 12 U., S.
service on Sunday night. Everyone Navy and Coast Guard ships sup-
present at this final service will porting the International Geophysi-
receive a free souvenir of the cal Year program in Antarctica this
meeting, year.
--- AAmong the passengers aboard
Robert Nedley, son of Mr. and were 140 Seabees who spent the
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tl; tcan put wheels on it.
We went into the little red ca-
boose. It has a stove, a cabinet,
seats and running water.
We learned that the conductor's
job is to be in charge of the whole
train like a captain on a ship. It
is the fireman's job to take care
of the front of the train and to fix
the ice water. The brakeman's duty
is to couple and uncouple the cars.
We saw the cars switch tracks.
The box cars have numbers. One
was 703. We saw a Southern Paci-
fic, Atlantic Coast Line and Apala-
chicola Northern car.
We thanked our guide for show-
ing us so many interesting things
about trains.
We stopped at the filling station
and got 25 gallons of gas which cost
$9.40 with tax included.
We enjoyed our trip very much.
When we got out of the school bus,
we thanked the bus driver for the
nice ride.
NEWS FfOM
H ahland View
By MRS. L. F. ADAMS
Phone 7-2641
MThe Highland View WMS met in
the home of Mrs. Carlos Harbuck





that a good old-fashioned wallop-
ing every .once in a while did won-
ders in stimulating behaviour
and obedience among children. He
gave the club members some per-
tinent beliefs on the question f
young boys and girls dating and
said that he didn't believe in it un-


for circle meeting Monday after- til they were at least 16. He de-
noon at 3:00 p.m. The meeting was cared that the children weren't


called to order by Mrs. Jesse Hall-
man, the program chairman. The
devotional was given by Mrs. John
Core. Those present were Mrs. C.
H. Phelps, Mrs. Ralph Macomber,
Mrs. Archie Richter, Mrs, Brady
Roney, Mrs. John Core, Mrs. T. 0.
Richards, Mrs. Jesse Hallman, Mrs.
L. F. Adams, Mrs. Patterson. The
circle held a short business meeting
and planned the community mission
work for this month.
The Willadean Lowery Circle of
the Highland View Baptist WMU
received a communication from
Miss Yowery this week. Miss Low-
ery, for whom the circle is named.
is doing medical mission work in
Miami.
Members of the Training Unioi
of the Highland View Baptist
Church enjoyed a wonderful fellow-
ship supper Tuesday night at 7:30
at the church given by the social
chairman, Mrs. T. 0. Richards.
The mission study for the inter-
mediate and junior G. A. and R. A.
at the church Monday night was
well attended. Three ladies of the
WMS served the girls and boys hot
dogs and drinks.
The J. C. Little's family had as
their guest Sunday, his parents of
Andalusia, Ala.
Home From College
. (Bert Munn, Jr., student at Uni-
versity of the iSouth, Sewanee,
Tenn., is home for the spring holi-
days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Munn on Hunter Circle.
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emotionally ready to date until
they hald reached this age. He also
expressed the belief that parents
were wasting their money and de-
priving children of a needed-home
life when they sent high school age
children off to school when they
were not exceptionally bright stu-
dents and needed more advance
teaching htan public schools of-
fered.
He summed up his talk with the
statement that plenty of good home
life and fair but stern discipline
of children would put places like
FIS out of business.
Home For Week End
Dick Dawson and Edward Prid-
geon, students at Florida State.
were week end guests of their par-
ents.


Mrs. Brown Hostess
To WSCS Circle 2
Mrs. Charles Brown was hostess
to Circle 2 of th eWoman's Society
of Christian Service Monday after-
roon in her home on Sth Street.
Mrs. Chris Martin, circle chair-
man presided. Mrs. Jimmy Harris
led the devotional and used as
scripture, Luke 12:217-31 and Matt.
10:18-20, followed with a poem,
"Leave It To Him".
Mrs. W. D. Jones, program chair-
man presented, "A Quiet Hour"
with several members taking part.
Refreshments were served by the
hostess to 11 member and six
visitors. The visitors were Mrs.
Fred Davis, Mrs. Ralph Swaths,
Mrs. Max Kilbourn, Mrs. Jimmy
Hanrison, Mrs. Raymond Harris
and Mrs. Ervin Worthington.
The meeting closed with the
WSCS benediction.
Miss Sonjia Blount, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Blount,- who is
attending Hundington College was
home for the week end.


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"Hopefuls" Win Kiwanis Club Has
Rotary Contest Program On Cancer
Amid much quoting of the Rotary The Kiwanis Club was shown a
Constitutio nand 'By-Laws, the movie oh the symptoms and cure
"Hungries" led by team captain of cancel' Tuesday at their regu-
Paul Fensom grudgingly admitted lar weekly luncheon meeting. The
defeat in an attendance contest film was shown by Mrs. Marjorie
just completed by the club, to the C. Bates, of Pensacola a Field Di-
"Hopefuls" who were captained rector with the National Cancer
by M. P. Tomlinson. The "Hope- Society. She was accompanied o
fuls" will now be treated to a chi- the noon meeting by Mrs. H. C.
cken (or reasonable facsimilie) Brown. Gulf County Chairman of
barbecue by the losing side. the American Cancer Society.
Ladies night was set by the en- Prior to. the entertainment, le
entertainment chairman, Chauncey Club 'took up in their regular busi-
Costin as April 24. ness session the matter of sending
Th several members of the Key Club,
The program presented to the a youth organization sponsored by
club was brought by Ralph vW. the Kiwani, to a workshop which
Walker, a psychologist from Flor- t e K to a wh
Walker, a psychologist from Flor- will be held in Orlando next month.
ida Industrial School for Boys in The Club voted to pay the lodging
Marianna. Walker gave som.every and entrance fee of six boys to gc
enlightening remarks on how to the work shop.
deal with the problem of discipline Two local Key Clubbers, Jackie
with children. He termed himself Griffin and Charles oyer, were
as "an old-fashioned psychologist" present as guests of the club.
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(From Gulf County. Breeze)
,Last Monday the Chairman of the
Dead Lakes Commission, David C.
Gaskin, asked the District Engin-
eers for a permit to construct a
tumbler dam across the lower end
of the Dead Lakes and Chipola
River.
I In applying for the permit, the


She also spoke briefly on home
missions in national news. In clos-
ing a quotation was read "a gift
from the Sea" written by Ann Mur-
row Lindberg. The devotional and
meditation was taken from scrik-
ture given by Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr.
The meeting closed with a -theme
hymn given by Mrs. 0. M. Taylor.


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I just got back from Talla-
hassee. It's about -as pretty a
state capitol as any in the
U. S. and I've seen most of
them. I called in on some of
our friends to find out what was
new. I did find out that it takes
an awful lot of money to run
this big state of ours. I guess
you're wondering the same as
I was, where does the money,
all come from. Well, I spent a
very pleasant evening with one
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letter requested an early hearing Mrs. Morgan Jones conducted a
in Wewahitchka to determine if brief 'business meeting. The WSCS
any opposition to granting. the benediction closed the meeting.
permit will materialize. Object is Eleven members and one visitor
to have the permit in hand during was present.
the upcoming session of the legist i
lature, during which session It is GufC yS nd In
expected that the Dead Lakes Comrn UU lOUny Second In
mission will make application for Preventing Forest Fires
the construction of this dam. The
session begins on April 2 and lasts
for 60 days, barring unforseen even- TALLAHASSBE Gulf County
tualities. distinguished itself last year by
Several avenues for financing the having one of the most outstanding
fire records in the state for the
dam are currently being explored: fire records the st for the
the U. S. Department of Agrlcul- second year in a row.
ture, under terms of the Watershed Figures on which this conclusion
Bill; federal assistance; assistance is based are the latest cor pl
from the state, which is presently and released by the Florida Fore.t
exploring the plight of the state's Service.
water resources and investigating A total of only fifty fires occurred
ways and means of underwriting during the calendar year ending
recommendations it expects to December 31, 1956.
make to the legislature this session. "This is an outstanding record,"
The land at the scene of the pro- said C. H. Coulter, State Forester.
posed tumbler dam is owned by "It reflects both the fire prevention
Mrs. W. B. Beard, Wewahitchka; efforts of our county personnel and
Floyd C. Lister, Wewahitchka and the cooperation of all the people
Neal Lumber and Mfg. Company of in the county."
Blountstown. County figp 'records throughout
__ th estate are evaluated on a stan
dard Which gives a picture of the
WSCS Circle 4 Meets county's performance during the
it Mrfr year. By figuring the average numn
ith Mrs. Godfrey ber of fires that each county ha,
per 100,000 acres of protected fort.>i
Circle 4 of the Woman's Society land, Gulf County was second in
of Christian Service met Monday the state with a fire record that
afternoon in the home of Mrs. El- was well below the national aver
more Godfrey. Mrs. Godfrey con- age.
ducted the business meeting. Gulf County's fire record is par
Mrs. Billy Howell, program chair- ticularly noteworthy because its
man presented an interesting pro- 14.6 fires are considerably below
gram taken from "Missions USA". ,the national average, which is about
The meeting closed with medita- 20 fires per 100,000 acres of protect
tion and prayer from '"The Upper ed land. Two other counties last
Room" followed with the WSOS year were below the national aver-
benediction. age. Franklin County led the state
The following were present, Mrs. with 11.0 and Taylor County aver
Leonard Belin, Mrs. Walter John- aged 19.2 fires per 100,000 acres.,
son, Mrs. Robert King, Mrs. Willis- Four others were above average,
ton Chason, Mrs. Billy Howell. Re- but worth mentioning inasmuch a,
freshmeAts were served, they came so close to the national
---- Igure.. They gre: IAberty. 2) 4 ;
Betrothed Couple Are Calhoun, 1.8; Bay. 23.4 and Jack-
Honored With Dinner In 1956, there were more than
7,31)0 fires in Florida's protected
forests. This is admittedly better
Miss Ann Costin and Joel Strait
whose marriage will be solemnized than the more than 25,000 woods
whose marriage will be solemnized fires on the unprotected forest land.
April 5 in the First Methodist Yet, considering the fact that K5
Church, were honor guests at a percent of all fires are mancaused
dinner Saturday night. the state record becomes all the
Hostesses Miss Peggy Philyaw more Florida's shame.
and her mother, Mrs. Homer Phil- Certainly there is credit to be
yaw, chose their home on Monu- given for the outstanding work
meant Avenue. done by these few counties. How-
The" table was covered with a ever, Florida still has a long way
maderia cloth centered with an at- to go in the forest fire prevention
rangement of white gladiola and problem. Had every county been
blue carnations. able to turn in a record like Ilhe
Those attending were Mr. and top three counties, Florida would
Mrs. Marion Parker, Mr. and Mrs. stand as an example of leadership
Jimmy Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Tom in handling the forest fire problem
Pridgeon, Miss Patsy Wilder, Miss Gulf County Forest Rangers in-
Silbbie Brinson, Miss Helen Durant, elude the following: Alton Hardy
Miss Martha Costin, Harry Tyson, Milton Strength, George Marshall,
Jack Bush 'and Gerald Garrett. George Armstrong and Earl Boune
Gulf County forest rangers and
Mrs. A. J. Owens Is ranger personnel include County
Ranger Alton Hardy, Rangers Mil.
Hostess To Circle I ton Strength, George- Armstrong,
Broward Wood and Troy Gary; As,
Mrs. A. J. Owens was hostess to distant Rangers Coleman Kirkland
Circle 1 of the Woman's Society of George Marshall, Earl Boone and
Christian Service, in her home on John Redman; Dispatcher J. 11.
Monument Avenue Monday after- Pope, and towermen: Mrs. Mary
noon. Lee Boone, Arthur Cook and Mrs
Mrs. J. C. Belin led the program. Margie Shirley.
She chose, "Our Plea Becomes A '
Cross' as her subject and used the ,ivertising doesn't cost-It pays"
cross as an illustration by cover-
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Mrs. John Beasy was hostess' FOR SALE: 1955 Harley-Davidson
Mrs. John Beasey was hostess motorcycle 165. In perfect condi-
to members of Circle 3 of the Wo- tiok. All extras. $350.00. Call' O. M.
man's Society of Christian Service Taylor. 3-7-2tc
in her home on Garrison Avenue, SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
March 25. Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
Mrs. J. L. Temple, program quick expert service. 3-7-4tp
chairman gave a's her meditation FOR RENT: Small unfurnished
Matt. 27:29-38. Her topic, "Stand house. 1305 Long Ave. Phone
Up and Be Counted-What Do You 74876- 46-14 tfo
Know About Jesus" by Josephine FOR RENT: 3 bedroom infurnish-
Beckwirth, was presented in an in-1 ed house on St. Joe Beach. Be-
teresting way. Mrs Chauncey Cos- tween Terry Hinote and James
teresting way. Mrs. Chaun ey Cos-a $5 er ee Walter Du-
tin, circle chairman presided over Bas.+ 3-14ptfc
the business meeting. A package Irn "- -
valued at $25 was sent to orphans FOR RENT: Furnished and unfur-
S_\nished apartments. In'quire at 520
in Korea. Donations were made to 4th St., or phone 7-5606. 2tp
d'e Mobile Community Center, Mo-
bile, Ala. WANTED: Salesgirls for part time
,be .and full time. positions. Experi-
The hostess served refreshments enoe preferred but not essential'.
- to 11 members and one visitor. The Appil in person to Mrs. Tukey, 01-
meeting was closed with the WSCS en Department Store. No phone
metn wa clse wit th- SC calls.
benediction. 'cls
-- ---r" HELP WANTED FEMALE EARN
WHILE YOU LEARN: Tupper-
Two Student Teachers ware dealerships NOW available.
Turn you rspare hours into spare
Intern in Port St. Joe money. Earn $35 or more per week
part-time. It is pleasant, interesting
--- and profitable. For interview write
TALLAHASSEE Florida State or call E-Konomy Sales, P. P. S.
University sent 227 students "into Box 23541, Tallahassee, phone 2-8210
the field" Monday as intern teach- 3-14-tec
eors. +GOR SALE: Nice three bedroom
They are teaching classes in pub- .house. Also has separate dining
room andl den with ffreplace. Sit-
lic schools under the supervision Uated in excellent neighborhood.
of experienced teachers. Ha outdoor fireplace and other
Mo. a .School features to make this a very nice
Moast are seniors in the School me. Only $3,500.10 down.
of Education. Internship 10 a re FRANK HANNON
quirement for the education and Registered Real Estate Broker
for the state teacher certificate. Phone 7-3491 211 Reid Ave.
'Interning in Port St. Jos High Port St. Joe, Fla.
School is Billy R. Bennett, of Port
St. Joe, music and Carl M. Wil- THE SWIM S'HORTS of every
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Society's program. Dr. William Wa-
ger, medical director, Gulf County
Unit, A.C.S., Mrs. Bates and Mrs.
Brown answered the questions. At
the close of the question period
Professor Twine invited all present
to have refreshments, whioh were
served by ladies of the PTA.


WANTED TO RENT: 2 or 3 bed-
room house in Port St. Joe. C. B.
Greif, Jr. Box C, Port St. Joe. 2t
WANTED TO RENT: Furnished
house or apartment. Reply Box
E, Port St. Joe. ltc
WANTED: Colored maid for store.
See Mrs. Tukey, Olen Departmen'.
Store. Itc
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
SClose in. Mrs. C. A. McGowin.
Phone 9-9991. 2-28-tfc
FOR SALE: Good used electric
range. Full size. Phone 7-39S6 or
see Mrs. H. F. Ayers. tfc
FOR SALE: Two adjoining lots on
Marvin Avenue. High and dry
with nice trees. Phone 7-3986 or
see Mrs. H. F. Ayers. tfc
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom I
attractively furnished apartments
Cool in summer, warm in winter.
Window fans gas heat. They have
to be seen to be appreciated, Wim-
ico Lodge, White City, Phone 9-4083.
ttfc-2-21
FOR SALE: 1951 1%/ ton Chevrolet
Struck. Good shape. $495.00. Can
be financed. See Bill Carr, St. Joe
Hardware. 3-7-tfo


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Monday.


C. Bates, Northwest Florida Field


SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0. Kepresentatlve oftihe Florida Divi-
O. F.-Meets first and third gion, A#.S. presented the films
Thursday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic "Florida Crusade" and "Horizon's
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren invited, of Hope", Parents, teachers and
C. W. LONG, N. G. students were then given an op-
J. C. PRICE, Secty. portunity to ask questions about
'HERE WILL BE a regular com- cancer and the American Cancer
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
Nd. 111, F&AMNI every second and providing for compensation for this
fourth Friday night at 8:00 p.m. office.
EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M. CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.
ROY L. BURCH, Secty. -
All Master Masons cordially invited. NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- Notice ih sereby given of intention
tug first and third Monday nights to apply to the 1957 Ses.ioa of :l:e
800 p.m., American .Legion Home Florida Legislature for passage of
an act providing for and creating
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of Jury Commissioners in the Sevrea
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. Counties composing the Fouroeenth
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-. Judicial Circuit of Florida; Pre-
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddie, scribing Their Qualifications, Me-
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary. thod of Appointment, Powers. Du-
ties, Functions and Official Terms,
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION and Providing for Selection, Listingu
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: and Procurement of Jurors in Said
Notice is hereby given of intention Counties; and Repealing all Larwvs
to apply to the 1957 session of the ini- conflict herewith. Copy of said
Florida Legislature for passage of proposed act available for inspec-
an act creating the elective office tion at office of Clerk of Circuit
of County Prosecuting Attorney i'i Court of each County composing
and for Gulf County; fixing the 'said Circuit.
term of office and method of filling Benjamin H. Dickens
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STJONiES'. Other styles start at vv slnfg if rup SIS Mrs. H. C. Brown announced that
on Mc~letannAPe
$2.95. For selection, for style, for P e D. M Je H l C
quality, for value in SWTMWEAR, _Professor D. M. Jones, Health Co-
it's STONES', the store of style and rre Sent ProgrO Em ordinator of Washington School' has
quality at popular prices. accepted appointment as Crusade
R SAL: T e bdoo m h Chairman for his Division. Profes-
on McClellan Avee e parents and teachers of sor Jones said he wbuld announce
E. TOM PRIDGEON Washington School rallied Tuesday his Division's quota at a later date,
Real Estate & Insurance night at 8:00 p.m. in the school and that "we are certainly going
BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave. gymnasium to learn the life-saving I to do our part in this great humani-
---- "American Cancer Society story. tarian Crusade". Plans are being
SPECIAL SERVICES This rally was preceded by a Can- made for a Tag Day, house-to-house
:OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing cer poster contest, which was judg- solicitation, observance of National
service, call BILL'S PLUMBINO. ed by Dr. William Wager, Mrs. H. Cancer Sunday on April 7 and sev-
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors r{ C. Brown and iProfessor Twine.
aired, also. First prize was awarded to Johnny
ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work Owens. The judges stated "these'
guaranteed. Quick dependable students participating in the poster
service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave contest have demonstrated remark-
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE- able interest and understanding of
FRIGERATION SERVICE. LI- the danger signals of Cancer". The
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration award was made by Mrs. H. C.
service and installation. Phone Brown, chairman of the Gulf Coun-
.-3032. tfc ty Unit, American Cancer Society, .
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say. Ninth grade students, under the A ni
lag money see us for anything direction of Professor D. W. Jones, I V
you need in your home. STOP and Health co-ordinator, had written a
SWAP SHOP. "radio" skit entitled "The Truth .
M Ke ,de Wh ile You Wait About Cancer". This skit was pre-
Keys Made While YOU Wai seated by the students and again
35c EACH demonstrated that the students had __ ___ _
BICYCLE PART8 j given much time and thought to
WESTERN AUTO learning 'the facts about cancer.
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES Those presenting the skit were:
PANA-CRAFT BOATS Albert McNail, Kylar Hamilton, De-
and E-Z TRAILERS
and E-Z TRALERS lores Gaffney, Lillian Neal. Ray
Reel Ports and Repairs- Jones, Annie McNabb, Clyde Gar-
"9ADE US that useless article for land, Joseph Bousley, Eva Mae Bol-
Something useful. STOP and den, Charlie Leslie, Celestine Far-
,WAP* mer, Carlin Baxter, Johnnie Owens BUY EARLY
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE and Jean James. A AV
Meetings at Mose Hall, 310 Following the skit, Mrs. MarjorieAVE
Metig a ooe hal 31 Poloig1 h skit, Mrs. Marjorie A D S V !


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oral special events.
During April the Cancer posters
designed by students will be on dis-
play in a store window, location to
be announced later.

High School P-T A
Will Meet Tonight

The Port St. Joe High School
Parent-Teacher Association will
meet tonight in the auditorium of
the high school at 8 p.m.
An interesting p r o gram on
"Choosing the Right Subjects" has
Seen planned. The subject not only'
of interest to the students, but to
parents as well, is of vital impor-
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MRS, BOUGERE
INTERVIEWS WOMEN
Mrs. Claudie Bougere, R. N., of
Lively Technical School, Tallahas-
see interviewed women interested
in practical nursing careers Tues-
day afternoon in the Florida Power
Lounge.
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he is taking the right subjects to
equip 'him for his life's work.
Mrs. Paul Fensom president,
will preside.
The executive board committee
will present two resolutions before
the group.
*Everyone is invited and parents
are urged to attend.,"

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