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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: April 11, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Port St. Joe -The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Ghattahooche Valley"
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jORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1957


ETAOIN SHRDLU Warren Pareseau Named To Direct
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY Easter Seal Campaign In Gulf County

The only Rehabilitation and creed, economic status or cause of
If as much interest could be en-
gendered in Port St. Joe as is Treatment Center for handicapped crippling condition may obtain the
shown in the Little Boys Baseall persons in north Florida is operat- services of the treatment center
shown in this would be a "dBoys Based in Tallahassee under the aus-' provided he brings a written pres-_
movement, this woud besu a "doing" pieces of the Easter Seal Society of cription from a physician licensed
town for sure. to practice medicine in the state of
Monday afternoon at the first the Capital Area. Serving Calhoun, Florida. Treatment available at


meeting of the boys and managers
to receive registration, over 100
boys and about 20 men turned out
to do the signing up chores and
start a little game of "shag" to see
what the prospects for this year's
eight teams had.
Among the new boys out are a
promising group of prospects even
beofre the training begins.

We see by the papers where the
yellow fever, once the nemesis of
old ,St. Joseph is making its way
back to the United States up thru
Mexico.
The article said that already yel-
low fever was taking its toll in
Central America and is slowly mak-
ing its way up through Mexico.
In light of this prospect, we are
glad that the state, county and city
are conducting such concerted ef-
forts to control the mosquito popu-
lation in Florida. And of' course,
what with modern vaccine, there
is not the cause for alarm as in
days of old.
We just thought we would bring
out this fact for those who advo-
cate doing away with the mosqui-
to control program as a needless
expense now that their disease
are knocked out in these parts.
We revert to that old adage that
"an ounce of prevention is worth
a pound of cure".

Spring is trying gSO hard to
get here.. March came in like the
lion it is supposed to be and'went
out like the lamb. April came in
with its proverbial showers. The
warm weather is just being push-
ed back away from the door time
and time again by late season
storms in the Oklahoma, Texas
and New, Mexico. But here in
good old Florida the weather has
been mild and comfortable-and
the much needed rains have
come.

We were proud to see that write
up on old St. Joseph in the Pana-
ma City News-Herald Sunday. For
years past, The Star has carried
this story to the residents of Port
St. Joe. but to get attention, na-
tion-wide, the story must be told
in the larger metropolitan newspa-
pers and magazines. We understand
that the Florida Times-Union will
carry essentially the same story in
the near future.
While we are mainly concerned
here with the present and the 'u-
ture, the city's past, jus like peo-
lle's pasts, has much to do with its
future. Nothing will attract cur-
iosity seekers like a rich history
such as old 'St. Joseph had. And
curiosity seekers carry the word of
what the city is now. And publicity
and advertising is what builds a ny-
tlhiig---cities or businesses.
(That's a plu gif I ever saw one).

We believe that the history of
old St. Joseph is rich enough to
have a very interesting movie made
of its story. Enough publicity and
work on the part of the Chamber
of Commerce could maybe bring
this about. We don't need to tell
you what this would mean to the
city publicity-wise.


Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Jefferson, this, time includes Physical Therapy
Leon, Liberty, Madison, Taylor and on a full time basis, Speech Thera.
Wakulla counties, the center which py, and Occupational Therapy on
began operation on 'a part time oa na part time basis, Patients now
undr crutmTntf, include children i


sis in January 1954; provides out'
patient treatments for all' handi-
capped persons in the ten county
area. Any crippled or handicapped
person, regardless of age, race,



Old Timers Beat

Saints Team, 5-3

'If you were not at the ball park
last Wednesday afternoon you mis-
sed the best baseball game that has
been played here in some time. The


suffering from cerebral palsy and
the after-effects of polio, and adults
recovering from broken bones and
strokes. No charge is made for he
services. The center is operated en-
tirely on the proceeds obtained
from the annual mailing of Easter
Seals and by gifts from interested
individuals and civic, social and
religious organizations.
Ofifcers of the local society are:
Mrs. C. H. Ervin, president; Julian
Alford, Vice-president; Mrs. W. T.
Christie, secretary; Ruben Novey,
treasurer; Mrs. John J. Turner,
Mrs. Larry French and W. C. Hoff-


m an, members of the Executive
oldtimers wasted no time in gett Commnittee. The ing down to business in their gameaffit fteFoiaSceyfr
against The Saints. In .the -fir afilit f h loia Scet o


inning, Jimmy Kilbourn got sFin-
gle. Leonard Belin got the biggest
bat in the park and knocked the
ball to the center field fence. Kil-
bourn .started running with a lot
of motion but not much speed. He
made it. to. third base with Belin
hot on his heels. Jimmy made it
on home to score the first run and
Belin came h6me for the second
run of the game. Kilbourn said he
had plenty of wind on the way
home, but he could not get rid f
it fast enough.
'Lefty Dykes startde for the old-
timers and the Saints got hold of
three runs in the first inning. Dykes
seemed to hold his own in the sec-
ond inning retiring the Saint's with-
out giving up any runs. Glynn
Henley, the manager of. the old-
timers then pulled Dykes and put
in TV John Smith and that was the
end of the Saints. Smith put the
ball by the Saints like a little league
player up against the New York
Yankees. He pitched five innings


Crippled Children with headquar-
ters in Orlnado. State trustees rep-
resenting this area are: Mrs. Le-
Roy Collins and Mrs. John J. Tur-
ner.
The annual Easter 'Seal Cam-
paign is now in operation and will
end April 21. During that period
all the money used to provide care
for crippled ctild'-en and adults
on a local .state and national basis
through the facilities operated by
various Easter Seal Societies will
be raised. General Campaign Chair-


man for the ten county area is tween champions and runner-up
Attorney General Richard Ervn., contestants representing the coun-
Chairman for Gulf County is War- ties of Bay. Calhoun, Gu.f and
ren Pareseau, Port St. Joe. F franklin as. all spellers showed true
The local society needs a mini- championship form in the first
mum of $10,000 to provide sufficient rounds of the contest.
care for those now under treatment --- -----
at the center. At least one addition- Mr. and Mrs. Billy Fred Parish,
al therapist is needed (preferably of Tallahassee, Miss Martha Cos-
two) to meet present needs. Only tin and Jimmy Costin of FS'U were
one professional worker is now here this week end to attend the
employed; all other services are' marriage of Miss Ann Costin and
provided by volunteers. Joel Strait.


of ball and the score book showed
he assisted in nine outs in the 15 A
he played. One to three putouts are B ells A e
something to see and the oldtimers
said if the public really wants to
see them play again all you have
to do is let it be known. There or rather the door bells will
were too many people playing for be ringing all over the state and
hte oldtimers to mention their Gulf county on C-Day,. Tuesday eve-
names in this article, but) if you ning, April 16 according to J. C. Be-
want to have a good time, come see 1 lin, 'Crusade Chairman of the
the next oldtimer ball game. American Cancer Society. That's
Saints Play 'Wewa Sunday the day your neighbor, an American
Sunday, April 14 at 3:30 p.m. the Cancer Society volunteer will tap
Saints wil Ibe host to Wewahitchka. out a dash-dot-dash-dot on your
This will be an exhibition game door bell. That's Morse code for the
and not part of the regular Gulf letter "C" "C" for Conquer
Coast League season play. The reg- Cancer. It's a summons to you to


ular season starts Sunday, May 5.
Wewahitchka has a new mana-
ger this year in the person of
Thomas McDaniel an4 Tom says
he has A fine team this year. Mof
of the Wewahitchka players had
last year will be on hand for this
exhibition game Sunday afternoon.



Rummage Sale

Needs Clothina


The Hospital Auxiliary Rummage


Sale is greatly in need of any kind
of children's clothing and shoes.
Men's shoes and shirts are also
Barke Named On good sellers. There has been a re-
quest for a baby high chair and
Bankers Committee pen. Members are requested to
Bank r sCommItte e please save medium and large size
paper bags. Anyone having mer-
ORDANDO The first official chandise for the sale is requested
action taken by J. A. Ansley follow- to call one of the following mem-
ing his election as President of the bers of the pick-up committee: Mrs.
Florida Bankers Association at the George Anchors, Mrs. Tom iParker,
close of the annual meeting of that Jr. or ,Mrs. Wayne Hendrix.
organization on March 30 was to Customers have frequently com-
announce appointments to the 18 plained because we do not have a
standing committees. It is through mirror in the building in which to
these committees that much of the view hats And dress purchases.
work of he state-wide Florida Please call one of the committee
Bankers Association is accomplish- if you have one for us.
ed. Mr. 'Ansley is Vice President For contributing merchandise to
and Cashier of the Lee .County the sale, the Auxiliary wishes to
Bank, Fort Myers. ,thank the following merchants:
The honored bankers include: S. Austin-Atchison, Boyles, Costin's,
L. Barke, President of the Florida Hallmarks', Stones', and Webbs.
Bank at Port St. Joe as a member The rummage contributed by the
of the Forestry Committee. committee in charge of the Boy.
---- --Scout rummage sale was greatly
it pays to adveruse--try It! appreciated.


join in the fight against cancer,
number two killer in the nation.
-Mr. Belin went on to say that 75i


Ringing


workers would put on their cancer
crusade arm bands and carry their
envelopes containing material to
fight cancer with a cheok and a
check up. These workers will start
ringing door bells at 6100 p.m. so.
liciting donations. and -will do so
until 8:30 p.m. Tuesday evening,
April 16,
The "Tag Day" sponsored by the
American Legion Auxiliary in
charge of Mrs. Madaleine Whitaker
did a good job in collecting money
for the Crusade. Reports indicate
that more than $100.00 was collect-


About 20 More Dates To Remember

Boys Are Needed 'The Little Boys Baseball organi-
zation of Port 'St. Joe lists the fol-
The try outs for Little Boys' lowing important dates in connec-
Baseball got off to a good start tion with this year's league sche-
Monidav with a turn out of about dule.


50 new. boys. Approximately 110
boys in all turned out. There is
still a need for more boys to show
up for practice, since there will be
eight teams this year. Practically
every boy will get a chance to be
on a team.
The managers will make their se-
lection of players April 18 and an-
nouncement of all players wi. be
made at the 'barbecue which will be
held Saturday night, April 20.
All of the teams now have their
managers with the complete ist as
follows: "Krafties", Coy Williams:
"Kiwanis", Johnny Aide; "Rotary"
Dan Sexton; "Ford-Pontiac", luck
Walters; "Hard-Stars" Bob McKier-
nan; "Dozers", Charles Carter;
'iBoxes", Waring Murdock; "Soc-
kys", Joe Paffe.
If anyone is interested in help-
ing out with 'the umpiring of games
this year, they may contact Frank
Poole, umpire in chief, or any of
the above managers.
Tickets are now on sale for the
barbecue. Let's all turn out and
support our boys.


Monday, April 15, Bill Whaley,
player agent will meet with all par-
ents who have not brought birth
certificates to the recreation park
at 7:30 p.m. at the Elementary
School.
Thursday, April 18 at 7:30 p.m.
managers and assistant managers
will meet with Bill Whaley at the
Elementary School to select play-
ers for the coming season.
Saturday, April 20 is the date for
the Little Boys' Baseball barbecue
at the Centennial Building at 6:30
p.m.
Monday, May 13, at 4:30 p.m. the
first game of the season will be
played between two teams of the
National League.

PRIEST TO BE ORDAINED
AT APALACHICOLA CHURCH
Willis Barnum Coker McCarty
will be ordained to the presthood
of the church at Trinity Episcopal
Church in Apalachicola on April lb.
A special invitation has been issued
to Mr. McCarty's friends here in
Port St. Joe to attend.


Program To Air

FEA Teacher Plan

Sunday, afternoon at 1:30
p.m. over.station WJOE, the
Gulf County. Education Associ-
ation will present a radio pa-
nel on "The FEA and Its Pro-
gram. ,
This ,s the second of a ser-
'es or programs sponsored by
-.he GCEA.
Members of Sunday's panel
will be: Leroy Bowdoin, Frank
Barnes, James Traweek, Mrs.
Margaret ,Biggs, Mrs. Paul
Fensom.
Everyone la. urged to listen
to the program, and if you
have questions.Vpncerning the
FEA prograrm-that you would
like to haWe answered, phone
or send a~R' id to Mrs. Mar-
garet Biggs. ,
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relayed to Tallahassee and the don-
ors name will be shown on the TV
screen.

s1'nml I'he Stat to a friend.

ed in this effort.
"Your dollars are needed to fi-
nance research, education and ser-
vice to the stricken so everyone is
urged to respond to the Crusade
worker that calls at your home. If
we can make our goal locally, wfe
will be helping to put scientists to
work today on problems which
must be solved if we are to save
more lives tomorrow," Mr. Belin
declared.


h txiS Grade Studies


'Dark Continent'

-The past three weeks Mr. Barnes
sixth grade has been studying Afri-
ca, -the Dark Continent, and we
would like to share some of our ex-
periences.
Our first assignment was to bring
questions to class that we would
like to have answered about Africa.
Then a committee was assigned to
each question to try to find infor-
mation that would answer the ques
tion adequately.
The committees did lots of re-
search, with the assistance of our
librarian, and gave interesting re-
ports to the class.
"We learned why Africa was call
ed the Dark Continent. The reason
for it being called the Dark Con-
tinent is that for so many years
very little was known about its in-
terior.
A few of the things that we learn-
ed about it are: religion, govern-
ment, education, transportation,
clothing, races and tribes, homes,
customs, and their foods.
The high light of our unit was
to have the pleasure of having the
Rev. Punt and his wife, who have
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Says Funds For White City Are To

Buy Fire Fighting Equipment

Gulf County Representative Ce- their licenses from the county seat
cil G. Costin this week denied ru- Gulf County residents and particu-
mors that he was going to intro- larly. Port St. Joe residents have
duce a bill to the Legislator re- not been strictly abiding by this
quiring that various licenses be ob- law, according to Costin. 'It has
tainable only in the county seat. 'been convenient for Port S. Joe
"I am trying to do just the oppo- residents to purchase licenses here
site", said Costin. The law now in Port St. Joe even though it is
reads that people MUST obtain illegal to do so. I plan to make, it
-- legal". Costin said that he was


Substitute for County

Prosecutor Is Asked

Silas R. Stone, local attorney, ap-
peared before the County Commis-
sioners Tuesday to request that the
group appoint a County prosecuting
attorney to serve while Cecil G.
Costin, present prosecuting attor-
ney, is serving in the Florida Leg-
islature.
Stone made his request because
of the service that Prosecuting At-
torney renders this end of the
county. The Prosecuting Attorney
and the County Judge are the only
county officers who are eligible to
sign affidavits for obtaining war-
rants. The assistant Prosecuting
Attorney, which is David C. Gaskin
of Wewahitchka, is not eligible to
sign the affidavits.
Stone stressed the fact that this
service was needed in Port St. Joe
and was unobtainable while Costin
was in the- Legislature.
The Board did not act on the
matter.


Teleparade to Feature

Easter Seal Sale

From 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. this Sun-
day, April 14, the Easter Seal So-
ciety for Crippled Children will
have a "Teleparade" over TV sta-
tion WCTV, Channel 6, in Talla-
hassee. This program is for the pur-
pose of raising funds for the Eas-
ter Seal Society, andit will feature
talent from Florida State Univer-
sity, Florida High School and Leon
High Sihool. Attorney General
Richard Isvin, as general chairman
of the Easter Seal campaign, will
introducee Ithe program, and the
master of ceremonies will be Har-
old iBergman. 'Persons in Gulf
County wishing to make a donation
at this time can call BAlr 7-2426.
stating the amount they wish to
donate, The call will, in turn, be


planning to introduce a bill in the
Legislature making it legal for
county offices to set up local sub-
.stations for purchasing licenses.
i Costing also replied to an editorial
in last weeks issue of The Star. The
Star asked why a fund of $3,000
per annum was 'being asked for
White City, a non-incorporated com-
munity. Costin said that the money
was to purchase fire fighting equip-
ment for that-area to give it fire
protection. He planned on the mon-
ey purchasing government surplus
fire fighting equipment. In refer-
ence to .Highland View receiving
the $3,000.00 annual -payments from
the track fund. Cos'in left the im-
pression that the fund would not
be asked for unless the area be-
came incorporated in the present
session of the Legislature.
The editorial in last week's Star
also asked where .the additional
funds from the race track money
,were coming from since the race
track money is now tapped from
several different sources to sup-
ply money to the tune of approxi-
mately $22,000.0. a year before it
is divided between tlie county and
the school system of Gulf County.
Costin answered this by saying that
the Comptroller predicted that Gulf
County would receive from $12,000
to $15,000 more In race track funds
'this year than last. '.


Novel Contest Will Be Feature of C-Day

Of Cancer Fund Drive Next Tuesday


D. Brigman of the Modern Furni- ing donations will give a ticket to
ture Company announced this week guess the identification of the mfs-
.that he had set up a unique plan tery person in the bed.
in his store to stimulate the Ameri- All volunteer workers will report
can Cancer Society Crusade drive to the store immediately after the
on C-Day, Tuesday, April 16. drive and place the "guess" tickets
At 4 p.m. on C-Day a local mys- in the box. At 9:30 p.m. the guesses
tery person, unidentified will go to will be judged and two valuable
bed in the window of the Modern prizes will be given to the first two
Furniture store and will stay there names giving the correct name of
for all to see until the Crusade drive the mystery person.
is over at 9:30 p.m. I The prizes will be on display in
Volunteer workers on the drive the Modern Furniture Company
going from house to house solicit- window over the week end.


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EASTER SEALS


Costin Clarifies Matters Of




Licence & Race Track Fund


County Decides To

Stop Renting Machines
I
Tuesday at the regular meeting of
the County Commission, the ques-
tion of the legality of renting the
heavy equipment of the county to
do work for private individuals was
brought up.
An opinion from Attorney Gen-
eral Richard Ervin was brought out
stating that such a practice was
illegal unless the work accomplish-
ed was for public good such as des-
troying insect breeding places, pro-
viding drainage and the like.
!In the past the County has made
a practice of renting the county
road equipment on an hourly charge
to do private work.
On the basis of the Attorney Gen-
eral's decision, the Commission de-
cided to cease the practice.

Spends Week End Here
Miss Sibbie Brinson spent the
week end with her, parents, Mr.
and Mrs. I.abert linsaon. Accom-
panying her home was two of her
classmates, Miss Frances Wilson
and Miss Mable Doke, all students
at FS'U. They attended the wedding
of Miss Ann Costin to Joel Strait
Saturday.


Richard Thompson Places
Second In Spelling Bee

The annual West Florida Spelling
Bee contest was won 'Saturday by
an alert Blountstown eighth grader
who defeated her nearest rival -y
correctly spelling two relatively
common words.
The West Florida spelling cham-
pion is 'Denise Dennis, 14-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Dennis. She won the annual contest,
sponsored by the News-herald by
i( rrectly spelling "hereafter" and
"vocation". The spelling match
was held at Bay High School.
Runner-up in the area contest
was Richard Thompsoa:, 13-year,
old so nof Mrs. C. E. Thompson of
Port St. Joe, who represented Gulf
County in the finals.
The match was very close be-


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St- -L u however.' White City is approxi- office of proper officials at thej
mately seven miles from Port St. county seat. In view of this opin-
L better to th e E d ito r Joe, although they pay their pro- ion, I have prepared a bill to au-
portionate share of the Fire Con- thorize any county official who ad-
trol tax, it cannot be as effectively ministers licenses to sell them
Wesley R. Ramsey which has been continued,through administered by its distance from through agents in any part of the
Editor, The Star the years, was to help both of these Port St. Joe. I am sure that you county for the convenience of the
Dear Wesley, small municipalities who were then will recall that not too long ago a public.
struggling to operate their respec- fire destroyed the Baptist Churbh Since you published this rumor
I noted your editorial in the past tive city governments. Since High- in that community. The purpose of or rumors, and knowing you to be
issue of The Star concerning my land View has become quite popu- my bill for White City is to author- a person who wants to publish facts
proposed legislation pertaining to lated, I feel that they should re- ize and require the County to ap- I invite you in the future to call
the distribution of race track funds ceive the same sum if they become propriate from race track funds up me collect in Tallahassee at 2-4260
accruing to Gulf County and the incorporated. to $3,000 with which to purchase or the house chamber to establish
reedmor which you heard Monday pre- Insofar as the community of government surplus fire equipment the accuracy of rumors which you
feeding your publication of his intended White City is concerned, feel tht for the community of White City may hear.
su on Thursday that I intended White City is concerned, I feelthat so they may operate:, a volunteer The first week of the legislative
tc introduce legislation to require it is an integral part of Gulf County fire department. I am sure that session has been a busy one with
all licenses to be purchased at the and a rapidly growing community. anyone who hla noted the rapid 297 house bills having been intro-
county seat-in Wewahitchka. I am In 1947 a bill was passed creating growth of this sniall "community duced. As yet, we have not had any
sure that as a news reporter and the St. Joseph Fire Control District, would recognize the need for such. real controversial matters to con-
editor you desire to live up to thee the boundaries of which included The Coniptroller of the, State of side on the floor. 1 ar, ti,:pate that
important creed of, your profession Highland View, White City and Oak Florida has advised me that we can we will han-, i.i|,porti]ut matters to
of publishing facts and -not rumors. Grove. A tax is levied on the real conservatively anticipate at least consider during the i.,tt-i p.rt of
so I willgive yo~ a If:'s If Higa- property in this district, and the an increase of $12,000 to $15,000 in this week and will 4 kee ,,l, advis-
land View becomes incorporated, a money collected on this tax is dis- our race track fund accruing to ed. Alth-:.,--li eutrovi- rsal and im-
bill will be introduced to give High-Atributer by agreement between the the county this year. portant i.l,.. liavr beeaj introduced
land View $3,000 annually, along Board of County Commission of
with Port St. Joe and W,w.vit. hk.. Gulf County and the city of Port St. With regard to-the rumor which these bil. ,re preseustn be ing con-
sidered w. ,-mli ltteez. ,-nd will be
In 1937 an act was passed- requir- .Joe to the city of Port St. Joe for you heard and published that I reported either *avor:bl. or unfa.
ing the board of County Commir. the use of the city's fire equipment would require all licenses to be vorably s,,,n Ar halt lime, the
sioners to pay to the cities of We- and machinery for preventing and purchased in Wewahitchka it is boated debate will occur ,n these
wahitchka and Port St. Joe, ea i, controlling fires in these area. Due completely unfounded. Presently,' Llls on [ti, fInor of th,- house.
the sum of $3,000 annually from to the immediate vicinity of High- licenses are sold also in Port St. Sincerel. your-.
the race track funds accruing to land View and Oak Grove to Port Joe. A recent opinion of the Attor- CECIL O COSTIN, Jr.
the County. St. Joe, this can be effectively ad- ney General in effect provides that ._____
The purpose of this original act,, ministered in .these communities, all licenses are to be sold in the advert sngo 9 h'bst it PAYS


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St. James Church To .

Observe Birthday
Sunday. Apr1l 14 the Rev. Gard- OPEN SUNDAY, 5:45 P.M.
ner Underhill will deliver the fourth UPEN 6:30 p.m.-SHOW AT 7:00
in a series of sermons on the Apos-
tles' Creed. The subject will be, "I
Believe in The Church". This is FRIDAY and SATURDAY
the 18th birthday of St. James'
Episcopal 'Church. Immediately fol- FEATURE No. I -
lowing the service the Woman's
Auxiliary will be hostess to a birth-
day party covered dish luncheon.

WOMANS MISSIONARY UNION
ANNOUNCES MEETINGS
The Woman's Missionary Union
of the First Baptist Church announ-
ces the following circle meetings:
Circle 1, Mrs. T. 0. Poitevlnt,
Circle 2, Mrs. Floyd G. Davis.
Circle 3, Mrs. E. H. Vanlanding-
ham.
Circle 4, Mrs. Joe Bracewell.
Circle 5 Mrs. Cliff Elliott.
All circles meet Monday at 3 p.m.

TO VISIT HERE
Cmdr. Sverre M. HoIst of St. Pet-
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and Mrs. Arne Steen of 530 Seventh ,S,,
St. Cmdr. Holst is the uncle of Mr. KIERON MOORE L01ig MAXWELL DONALD WOLFITV
AM BRYAN r nis jIMMy AuIY *1E T h Gm OwaDfn Ii
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PAGE FIV


THIE TAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


THURW DAYLfl S RII- rn 11,-


THE STAR

Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, t.00 SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-elass matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-8161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.



Editorials. ..


Those Big Counties Again
It seems that the street talk was wrong again. Last
week we reported in these columns that we had heard that. Rep-
resentative Cecil Costin, Jr., was going to introduce a bill to
do away with the County Judge's substation for purchasing li-
censes here in Port St. Joe. As we stated, we hated to go strictly
on "talk", but felt the subject meant too much to Port St. Joe to
delay.
We find out that such is not the case. In a recent meeting
of the County Judges throughout the state, the judges from
the larger counties were interested in introducing legislation do-
ing away with all such sub-stations throughout the state. This
would, if passed, do away with Gulf County's substation here in
Port St. Joe., The judges from the larger counties also wanted
to make licenses good for a two year period to do away with
some of the work and worry of issuing them each year. This is
what will be introduced to the Legislature by whom, we do
not know.
We hope that Representative Costin will vote against the
bill, and we feel that he will since the judges from the smaller
counties, for the most part, are against the measure.
In the event the bill does pass, we would urge the people
of Port St. Joe to lend their support and urging to Costin to
introduce a bill making Gulf County an exception to the state
measure.


Expand Our City Limits

The movement of Highland View toward incorporation
has started a few people here in Port St. Joe to thinking.
And this thinking goes along the lines of where will Port
St. Joe expand to if it is to become the manufacturing center that
talk, hope, and half promises lead us to believe? Already, we are
hemmed in on one side by industry and the probably soon to be
incorporated Highland View. To the East, further industrial ex-
pansion does away any possibility of expanding living area in
that direction. To the South, Ward Ridge comes up to the city
limits on part of that boundary line. Expansion of the city limits
can only go to Oak Grove and beyond?
While the Legislature is in session, we would like to see
the City of Port St. Joe extend its city limits South to the new
Apalachicola short-cut highway and East to the Ward Ridge
city limits.
We realize, only too well that the city cannot at this time
afford to furnish this area with city facilities, but we feel they
should take in this extra territory with the future in mind.


More Help Wanted!

Senator Harry Flood Byrd, lifelong crusader for economy-
in-government, and chairman of the Joint Committee on Reduc-
tion of Non-essential Federal Expenditures, has reported that in
the month of January, Uncle Sam's civilian payroll hit the billion
a month level!
Employment during this month totalled 2,387,015 civilian
workers, and a House study committee has stated that all "es-
sential tasks" of the Government can be performed by two mil-
lion or less. Certainly this would seem to be help enough to
run a country ostensibly dedicated to the principle that "the

best government is the least government". But the worst is not
yet.
The Council of State Chambers of Commerce reports that
un non-military agencies "the Administration is in the process
of adding a total of 85,655 new jobs to t hose in existence last
June 80". It estimated the cost at 450 millions in "salaries and
other expenses."
The Council calls attention to the bill of Senator Olin D.
ohnston, chairman of the Senate oPst Office and Civil Service
committee, which would provide a "painless" cut in Federal help
and set a ceiling for employees in the Executive Branch at 2,125,-
000. This "gradual, 16 month reduction in force would eliminate
293,461 jobs. "On a full year basis," says Eugene F. Rinta, re-
search director of the Council, "this would produce a budget
savings of about $1.5 billion. If this reduction occurred evenly
throughout the year at about 18,200 a month, the savings in the
1958 budget would be close to $600 million."
If you would like your Congressman and Senators to vote
for the Johnston bill (S.1683), you'd better tell them. The law-
givers are showing signs of weakening under Administration pres-
sure and need your support again. One thing is sure, that
billion-a-month payroll won't stand still. If it doesn't come down,
it will go up!


Why Wait Till 1960?


Perhaps it is only a coincidence, but within days of the
return of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan from his cozy Ber-
muda chats with President Eisenhower, Her Majesty's government
announces that the. Queen's battleships will be scrapped, hei
armed forces cut from 690,000 to 375,000 men within the nexi
five years under a plan that will end'the military draft by 19601
Further development of supersonic bombers and fighter
planes will also be halted in the expectation that they will be
replaced by guided missiles. It is mentioned that'some of these


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LEGAL ADVERTISING S gt
dWashington
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI-E AW
CIAL CIRCUIT OF GULF SEE SAW
COUNTY, FLORIDA, by WIN PENDLETON
IN CHANCERY.
JASON DYKES )
PLAINTIFF, ) CHERRY BLOSSOMS FOR MI-
VS ) AMI-VWashington is not the only
DEFENDANT ) city that will enjoy the beauty of
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Japanese cherry blossoms. 800 of
TO: Mildred Dolores Dykes, Japan's best are being sent to Mi-
1335 West "D" Street ami as a gift o Kfiyoshi Tchimura,
Hastings Nebrask a.. J.
You are hereby notified that suit prominent Japanese business man.
has been brought against you m Mr. Ichimura made a token presen-
the Circuit Court in and for Gulf station of the trees to Congressman
County, Florida, in Chancery, as Dante Fascell, of Miami. Fascell
above entitled, by a complaint for received a "deed" to the trees last
divorce and other relief and you ar ced a dee t the trees last
required to serve a copy of your week in his Washington office amid
answer or other defenses to said much bowing and speech making.
complaint on plaintiff's attorney The trees will 'be shipped directly
hereinafter shown, and file the ori-
ginal of such answer, or other de- to the City of Miami fom Japan.
fenses in the office of the Clerk of Mr. Ichimura says the trees are a
the Circuit Court, Gulf County, token of good will and friendship
Florida, at Wewahitchka, Florida, -and will 'furnish a background for
on or before 22 April. A. D. 1957. photography. Mr. Ichi-
That upon failure to do so, said corn- much fine photography.,
plaint will be taken as confessed mura is head of the Riken Optical
by you as to the relief therein Company-makers of cameras.
sought, as by law in such cases WANTED: DEMOCRAT CATCH-
made and provided.
This the 4th day of April, A. D., ER-That's right-the Democrats
1957. in Congress are looking for a base-
GEORGE Y. CORE ball catcher. Syd Herlong already
Clerk of Circuit Court has 32 members of Congress sche-
Gulf County, Fla. (seal)
ERNEST C. WIMBERLY duled for spring training at Day-
Attorney for Plaintiff tona 'Beach for the week of April
303 Fourth Street 22-but so far he hasn't found a
Port St. Joe, Florida.
A.,.i .4 11 19 25, catcher this year for isis Democrats.


Aprlll t4, 1.1, L6, ain mo.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
You will please take notice that the
v.-uersigned arn. ; i..i i:i business in iitl
&s. .loe, Florida under the firmn name ,f
"Wimberly Pontiac Company", and will, ou
22 April, 1957, register said fictitious name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Gulf
County, Florida, at Wewahitchka, Flor:da.
This the 20th day of March, A. D., 1957.
GEORGE HI. WIMBERLY, SR.
GEORGE H. WIMBERiY, JR.
March 28, April 4, 11, 18, 25.

LOSE UGLY FAT
IN TEN DAYS OR MONEY BACh
If you are overweight, here is the
first really thrilling news to come
along in years. A new and conven-
ient way to get rid of extra pounds
easier than ever, so you can be as
slim and trim as you want. This
new product called DIATRON curbs
both hunger and appetite. No drugs,
no diet, nob exercise. Absolutely
harmless. When you take DIATRON
you still enjoy your meals, still eat
the foods you like but you simply
don't have the urge for extra por-
tions and automatically your weight
must come down, because, as your
own doctor will tell you, when you
eat less, you weigh less. Excess
weight endangers your heart, kid-
neys. So no matter what you have
tried before, get DIATRON and
prove to yourself what it can do.
DTATLRON is sold on this GUARAN-
TEE: You must rose weight with
the first package you use or the
package costs you nothing. Just re-
turn the bottle to your druggist and
get your money back. DIATRON
costs $3.00 and is sold with this
strict money back guarantee by:
SMITH'S PHARMACY
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Mail Orders Filled


Last year, it was the Republican
team that was short a catcher and
Lou Marsh, manager of the Daytona


Beach Chamber of Commerce play- Daytona Beach will be Thursday,
ed on their team. Some sports writ- April 255.5 Worth driving over o
ers credit him with the Republican see.
victory last year; and after that
a rule was passed that Marsh could- EVERLADES CO OMSE
n't play on either team-ever again. The 23-year old atguent over the
boundaries if the Everglades Na-
This year, Herlong might wish that ar
e hd nt bn tional Park might soon be settled.
rule had not been made, because Senator Spessard Holland has in
from the way things look he'll1 t senator Spssard Holland as in-
the Sprin training circuit without produced a bill excluding something
a man behind the bat. This should like 800,000 acres of land and wa-
be a good game. Practice game at (Continued On Page 10)


' ...FIGHTS ALL COLDS
SYMPTOMS AT ONE TIME...
IN LESS TIME! IT'S THE
PROVEN COLDS MEDICINE


SiAre's what makes it a new kind of Ford


am


I iif
When you or your loved ones
are Ill you select a physician
that is college trained with
experience. Select your Phar-
macist on the same basis and
bring your prescriptions to or
have your Physician phone .

Smith's Pharmacy
Prescriptions compounded by
a GRADUATE Pharmacist
JOHN ROBERT SMITH
Pharmaceutical Chemist


The frame is wider... wheels are lower
(Lets you ride sweet and low)
Never before has a low-priced car hugged the road so
well. Partly, it's because the frame is sturdier. Partly,
it's because the wheels are smaller. Partly, it's the way
front and rear suspensions take tilt out of turns. Mostly,
it's because there's a whole new smoother-riding quieter-
going "Inner Ford."


The power is bigger
(Most power in Ford's 25 years of V-8 leadership)
And what a V-8 engine! You can have the kind of
Thunderbird power that smashed records at Daytona
... set a new stock car mark at Indianapolis.. .traveled
50,000 miles in just 20 days at Bonneville, Utah!


The comfort is greater
(You've never had it so plush)
You sit in the lap tof luxury. There's head room, hip
room, leg room galore. And wait till you get a load of
those new upholsteries and color schemes!


The body is "beefier"
(Up to 9 inches longer, 4 inches lower, with
full head room, full road clearance)
From top to floor, front to rear, this body is built like a
"battleship." You ride surrounded by new strength.


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A Good Show Every Day. *s --_


will be furnished by the US, as reported to the press in Bermuda.
British troops are to be withdrawn from Korea "fairly
soon", and more gradually from Libya. A cut of 13,000 in British
strength in West Germany had been approved previously by the
allies.
The savings expected from what a British white paper calls
"the biggest change in military policy ever made in normal
times" are reported at-$785,000,000 for the year 1957-58.
But do not expect that our "mutual security" aid will show
similar' savings. First thing, there are those guided missiles to
replace Britain's manned aircraft. South Korea will have to
be beefed up at least with weapons to meet both the British
withdrawal and the powerful Red build-up in North Africa
reported by Chairman Radford of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
And the rest of the same old trouble spots grow rapidly no bet-
ter from the free 'world point of view.
Still, it's nice to know that the British government consid-
ers these are "normal times".


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THRDY APRI 11." 1957-'~E~~~ TH STAR PORT ST. -O~GL ONYFLRD AES


I". 'As a result of this condition,
Auto Repair Shops Not Increasing which most motorists don't rea-
Sllze," said Mr. Lam)berson, "repair
W ith Increase In Auto Population [hops frequently have more work
.eto do than the most highly skiled
mechanics, with the finest tools,
While our streets and highways not increasing proportionately, ac- can take care of in a given length
continue to get more crowded, with cording to -C. R. Lamberson, presi- of time. And there is more to their
more cars and trucks being driven dent of the St. Joe Auto Parts Co., job than meets the eye. When you
more miles than ever before, the Inc., the NAPA Jobber in Port St. take your car to your repairman,
number of service repair shops is Joe, he must use his knowledge apd ex-
i rinpf dis~fo, ttoube


228 Menument Ave.


IprU LU uJV t ia, tn L u i
'He must use his skill to remedy
it. But before work can actually
start on your car, he must get the
i necessary parts. The faster he gets e
them, without spending unneces- i.
-nr ima i zlinnin rnm lqe


* sary time in silUjopping uromic -- --,
to place, th equicked you will be helps save time to both owners and
I able to get your car or truck back repairmen. The advertising appeals
in service." through the cooperation of the Na-
Stional Automotive Parts Associa-
One ,of the factors Which saves
tion, and the manufacturers of the
time for the repair shop, and tends nationally advertised products dis,
to make up for the increased num- tribute under the NAPA "Assur-
her of vehicles per mechanic, says ance of Quality" 'Seal, said to be
Mr. Lamberson, is the growing pop- the most comprehensive group of
ufarity of the "onestop" supply nationally-advertised brands avail-


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Houriet of
Jacksonville announce the arrival
of a son on April' 5. The baby has
been named Gearl 'Stephen and
weighed 9 pounds, 4 ounces. Mrs.
Houriet will be remembered as
Edith Garrett,. daughter of Mr. and '
Mrs. J. A. Garrett of Port St. Joe. I


TIME IS SHORT..

.INCOME TAX SERVICE
112 REID AVENUE


GIVE TO THE

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and

SAVE A LIFE'


LISTEN TO.

Marian Pareseau

EACH MORNING
From 11:05 to 11:15
For Costin's
"LISTEN LADIES"
Radio Program Over WJOE


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8 Years to 14 Years

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service provided to repairmen thru- able anywhere from a single source Oden M n Dies Sat two daughters, DUza..bth Ant
out the nation by 'NAPA Jobbers of supply. Oen 0 a IO S iat. aleyFay of Odna; mother
on nationally-advertised parts, andI i ,0s Fo|llowingLongA. Shirll otDotha, Alna,;
supplies for cars of an makes, mo- uring their observan the. brothers., Aran of Columbus,,
deals and ages, "Parade of Parts" a special Invitand Paul and Jack of Dtban
tion. is extended to all repairmen to Funeral services for Howard F. two sisters, Mrs. Mary Lee j
In April, St. Joe Auto Parts is visit the :St. Joe Auto Parts store Shirah, 45, who died at his home land of Port St. Joe and Mrs. L,:
joining with thousands of other at 116 Monument Ave., where spoe- in Odena Tower, Saturday, was Parker of Cottonwood,- Ala.
NAPA Jobbers throughout the ial displays have been prepared for held at 1 p.m. Sunday from the following funeral services
country in the nation-wide NAPA the occasion. "We'd like for every Assembly of God Church in Oak body was taken to Mdrid, Ala
"Parade of Parts" which is being repairman to become better a,- Grove, with the Rev. Ljloyd Riley i.n.ternt in the family lot i
advertised t millions of owners quainted with our service," says officiating and the Rev. Fred Had-
and repairmen in The Saturday Mr. Lamberson, "and the wide va:- ley assisting. Comforter Funeral Home of
Evening Post. The advertising calls iety of parts, materials and sup- The deceased had been with the St. Joe was in charge of arrar
attention to the conditions outlin- plies whose genuine quality is as- Florida -Forestry Service for the ments.
ed by Mr. Lamberson, and the way sured by the nation's largest inde- past 10 years. He is survived by his
in which NAPA Jobber service, de- pendent parts distributing organi- wife, Marjorie E., of Odena; one Star Want Ads Get Rest
veloned over a period of 30 vears, nation." (ADV.) son, 'Billy Frank of Apalachicola; It pays to advertse--try It!







ThE STAR, P~RT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, P'LORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1967'


WSCS Met April8 erne Bzzet
0 e, 41 1 In Church Social Hall Honored With Party
Mr. and Mrs. Gannon Buzze
The Woman's Society of Chris" tertained Saturday night wi
tian Service met in the social hall outdoor party honoring thein
April 8 at I p.m. for a delicious Bernie on his 12th Ibirthday.
covered dish luncheon, beginning ing on the patio was enjoy
their study of "Paul's Letters" to the guests.
local Churches" by Francis G. Ens- Th e.. -. totr ad


Thurs., Fri. and Sat.
APRIL 11, 12 and 13


MAXWELL HOUSE

COFFEE

Lb. Can 95c
Lb. Can-With $5.00 Gro. Order
.- SUPREME SHAMROCK

ICE CREAM

12 gal. 69cC

BLACKBURN

SYRUP

'/ gal. 59 c

GRADE "A"

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Introducing the .study was a play-
let "The Greatest of These", pre-
sented by Mesdames, Fennon Tal-
ley, 0. M. Taylor and H. W. Griffin.
members of Circle 1.
Mrs. W. H, Howell, Jr., substi-
tuted for Mrs. Bob King, discussing,
"Paul the Man", which was made
more interesting and comprehen-
sive by a film in color. This film
consisted of maps showing, the lo-
cale as well as copies of famous
paintings of the characters, and in-
cidents occurring during the life
and missionary journeys in south-
east Europe and Eurasia.
It is ,hoped that the attendance
will be as gratifying for the re-
maining three sessions on the third,
fourth and fifth Mondays in April.

Kiwanis Minstrel
Is Big Success

The annual Kiwanis Minstrel was
presented Friday night. The Min-
strel, presented annually, provides
funds for many *Kiwanis charity ac-
tivities among the most important
being for the benefit of underprivi-
ledged children and for youth work.
Marty Begley was interlocutor
and the end men were Hubert Rich
ards, George Wimberly, Jr., J. T.
Simpson, John Robert 'Smith, Dizk
Lamberson and Bob King.
Earl Atchison and Bobby Bellows
ir.e in charge of the props and
costumes. Others appearing in the
cast were Myrtice Chasop; Celia
Tomlinson, June Bellows, Carolyn
Traweek, Ann Pate, Betty Martic,
Fern Beaman, Harold Prim, Jim
Cox, Vic Anderson, Joe Stevens,
Wesley R. Ramsey, Bill Cowden,
Will Ramsey, IBobby Bowden, Wes-
ley Grace, Marion Craig, Frank
McDonald, Walter Duren, Warren
Pareseau and Frank Hannon.
Music was furnished by Mrs. Bill
Whaley as pianist and the Port St.
Joe High 'School Band under the di-
rection of Herman Dean, bandimas-
ter and the Dickey Birds.


NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
TO WHOM IT MAY OONCERN:
Notice is hereby given of intention'
to apply to the 1957 Session of the
Florida Legislature for passage of
an act relating to the Charter of
the City of Port St. Joe; amending
Sections 9, 11 and 1'303 of Charter
27833 Acts 1951; providing for a.
qualifying fee for candidate for'
Mayor-Commissioner and Commis-
sioner; providing melho.d for cast-
ing absentee ballots in city election.


R. W. HENDERSON
City Auditor and Clerk
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEfRN:
Notice is hereby given of intention
to apply to the 1957 Session of the
Florida Legislature for passage of
an act authorizing and directing the
City Commission. of the City of Port
St. Joe in Gulf County to acquire
property and develop an additional'
cemetery; providing for care and
disposition; authorizing funds.
R. W. HENDERSON
,City Auditor and Clerk
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:.
Notice is hereby given of intention
to apply to the 1957 Session of the
Florida Legislature for passage of
an act authorizing and directing
the Board of County Commissioners
of Gulf County to pay annually
from the-race track funds accruing
to said, County after distribution
as otherwise provided by law to
the Town of Highland View in Gulf
County .a certain sum to be used
for public improvement; providing
effective date.
GROVER A. CLARK
C. B. HARBUCK
Highland View, Fl'a.
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given of intention
to apply to the 1957 Session of the
Florida Legislature for passage of
an act authorizing a natural gas
district for Gulf County; providing
for its jurisdiction, powers, privi-
leges, and personnel thereof, and
repealing all acts in conflict there-
with.


C. H. McKNeGHT
NOTICE
1NOTICE is hereby given to whom
it may concern that on May 14,
1957, I intend to apply to the Board
of County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida, to adopt a resolu
tion closing, vacating and abandon-
ing a certain alleyway in TWIMICO
SUBD.IViSION in Section 11, T7S
RI10W, Gulf County, Florida, des-
cribed as:
All the alleyway running th:u
Block Two (2) of Wimico Suz-
division, as recorded in Plat
Book No .1, page 31, Public
Records of Gulf County, Florida
This Notice published twiae pur-
suant to Chapter 22999, Laws of
Florida.
/s/ LOUELLA STEBEL
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25 guests enjoyed the party,


Lt. and Mrs. David Bruce May ar-e
announcing the birth of a son, Da-
vid Bruce May, Jr., on April 8 in
the Municipal Hospital. Maternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
O'tto Anderson of this city and pa-
ternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey May of Tonawanda, LN. Y.

Addisons Entertain
Minstrel Cast
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Addison enter-
tained with a coffee Friday night
honoring members of the cast of the
Kiwanis Minstrel. The party was
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T IL 11- 7 I I II I E T POR LOR Il


SThe main topic of conversation% sand to a private operator. pupil staggering their attendance
Tapper Gives Some during the business session was The program for the day was to ease up on the burden for the
ie* what the club should do about the brought a forecast of what woull reed of additional classrooms. He
LegislatUre Forecast sale of tickets and concession at happen in the legislature this year. said this matter would probably be
(the ball park this year. It was de- To begin with Tapper p-redicted put in a committee and that the


The Port St. Joe Rotary Club c'ded that the club would haiilE
met for its regular weekly session both ends of sales during the con
Thursday at noon last week at the ing season. The club tentatively
Motel St. Joe. agreed to lease out th econcessi na
.dderlicmcnt


)m where


I remember cutting' ou
palm hearts. Lots of f
don't even know ab
those hearts. It was
work but it sure was f
I hear they put a la
cutting' trees on public
I can see how they
there sure was no f
tree- up again. In th
we just went into the
cut a cabbage and s
they were too close to
I can see how we mi
cleaned out all our yo
in a short time. Ti
thing about this law
like. It stopped cutting
trees, but it doesn't pi
from cutting' my ow


e 'm sittin:... yJoe Marsh


Cabbage Palm Hearts

ut cabbage Someday I'll cut one of my own
'olks today trees just 'cause I enjoy that
out eating cabbage. I'd be put out if some-
a lot of one passed a law that stopped
fine eatin.' me from cutting' my own trees.
iw against Think that's a bit far fetched?
land tho. Well, from where I'm sitting' it's
did 'cause pretty close to-being the same
fixin' that as tellin' me I can't enjoy a
ose days, friendly glass of beer with my
woods and neighbors. I'm in favor of a
sometimes law that helps people. But, I'm
the road. a little slow to vote for a law
night have that's going to hinder many and
young trees help nobody!
lere's one
that I do
' roadside -
rohibit me
vn trees.


that the session would produce an practice would probably come into
added burden on the tax payers. He being in three to four years.
predicted that a sales tax would be On higher education, Tapper pre
placed on cigarettes, whiskey, cloth- dicted that the University of Flor-
lung purchases under $10.00 and hea- ida and FSU would get big increas-
vy machinery .As a sidelight, Tap- es in appropriations and a small
per predicted that the sales tax on start would be made on the com-
whiskey would so increase the munity college program.
price, that bootlegging would take Tapper predicted that the Milk
an upswing. Commission will not be abolished,
On the teacher pay raise and since Beasley of Walton County,
school construction program, Tap- and a powerful member of the
per predicted that the Legislature House as well as speaker, is a dairy-
would go along with the Governor'- man.
suggestions. He predicted much He predicted a debate on trad.
discussion to converting the sc'.o'l ing stamps with probably nothing
system to a 12 month session with coming of it.



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' An Increase in auto tags was
) predicted. "But", said Tapper, "It
won't pass unless the money is set
aside for school funds".
5 Tapper said that if reapportion-
nment comes it will increase the
| senatorial seats to either 42 or 44
I senators. He labeled the reappor-
tionment matter as a campaign is-
sue. According .to Tapper, the Sen-
ate and House passed on two dif-
ferent occasions, reapportionment
bills the Governor said he would
accept and both times they were
vetoed by Collins. Tapper called
attention to the fact that while
last year reapportionment was
"hot" copy, it has now died down.
Tapper foresaw the creation of
a state-wide Tax Commission and
predicted that in four years, taxes
will be assessed by the state and
not (by the county.
0. M. Webb, of Palatka, was a
visitor of the club.


Kiwanians See A

Movie On Vaccine

The Kiwanis Club heard a report
from Key Clubber Jimmy Adams
at their noon meeting Tuesday. Ad-
ams told the club of the Key Club
workshop held last week at Orlan-
do. Six boys from the Key Club at-
tended the workshop.
The Kiwanis Club decided to
sponsor a circus on Aprit 22.
In appreciation for the work on
the minstrel accomplished !by the
St. Joe High School Band, the Ki-
wanis Club voted to donate $25.00
to its trip to South Florida for the
state music festival.
A film was shown to the Club
entitled "Unconditional Surrender"
and told the story of the produc-
tion of Salk vaccine. The program
was presented by Gannon Buzzett.
Guests of .the club were Key
Clubbers Jimmy Adams and Gary
Hall.

Guest of Munns
E. E. Van Horn, father of Mrs.
Bert Munn has been the guest of
Mrs. Munn and Mr. Munn during
the last week.

In Albany On Business
Joseph Dowd left Tuesday morn-
ing for Albany, Ga., on a business
trip.


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TMIE 8TA.R, PORT 37., JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


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Annual reports of most corpora-
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ing for anyone not directly identi-
fied "with the company as an offi-
cial, employee or stockholder.


Comprised for the most part of the story in such an-interesting gress.


pages of statistics packed within a ,manner you would hardly connect
sombre, dignified, sometimes aus- it with the annual report of a big
there cover, they remind me of such corporation.


unpleasant things as bank balances,
income tax collectors or auditors'
reports.
It was refreshing last week to
receive an annual report so differ-
ent that it caused me to sit up and
take notice. Although my waste
basket is always within arms reach,
I didn't consign this booklet to it.
Something about it prevented my
normal reaction.
Its gay and colorful cover pic-
turing Florida as a three-legged
stool supported by agriculture, in-
dustry and tourism seemed to say,
"Wait a niinute, Buster, look in-
side." I did and found it contained
a fascinating story of growth, de-
velopment and progress, impres-
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dull.
The statistics were there, of
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exceptionally well written and
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of Time, Newsweek or Nation's
Business. It told of the activities
of such concerns as General Elec-
tric Co.; Minneapolis-Honeywell
Regulator Co.; Hamilton-Standard,
Division of ,United Aircraft Corp.;
Air Associates, Inc.; General Nuc-
lear Engineering Corporation and
other great organizations that are
Spending millions of dollars, on
new plants in this state that will
eventually give employment to
many thousands and add tremen-


dously to Florida's industrial pro- power.


While modestly pointing out the
important part that power plays
ili such development, the report in-
dicated the effort Florida Power
Corporation is making to keep
abreast of these new demands
through the construction of new
and better plants, extension of
lines, and in many other ways.
Full credit is given to Governor
Collins and the 'Florida Develop-
ment Commission for the achieve-
ment of interesting national indus-
trial leaders in this state and en-
couraging them to come here.
It told of the coming of natural
gas to the area and, explained, how
this would provide a more economi-
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park area. This is a compromise
hat the National Park Service hat
ed to -make, but it will meet the
objections of many Florida people
who feel the park is taking too
much land from possible future pri-
vate development. Holland's 'bill
would exclude 49,000 acres in the
western .par' of Dade 'County-but
would leave in the park the attrac-
tive coastal area below Everglades
City. dThe bill is set for hearings
sometime next month. Holland says
its passage would allow the develop-
ment of the park to proceed in or-
derly fashion.
PRESIDENT CAN'T MAKE IT-
Congressman Charlie Bennett re
ports that the White House has de-
cluned his invitation .for President
Eisenhower to participate ;in the
ceremonies at the opening of the
Fo-t Caroline National Memorial.
Awso, due to the loss in transit of
some French iSixteenth Century
farm implements, the opening ha.
been delayed from June 30 until
sometime in the early fall.
TOO SLOW-Remember the old
whittler? 'He used to sit down by
the old ice house and talk and wait-
tie away at a stick or a bit of
board taken from a packing box.

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M% AWM OWEMTO


It visualized the coming of atom- It took him. all day to cut up one
ic energy and told how the Tampa small piece -of white pine. What has
Electric Company, Florida Power happened to him? We know! He
and Light Company and Florida
Power 'Corporation compose a Flor- came to Washington. (Right now he
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have retained a nationally known at the budget. $71.8 billion for next
nuclear scientist as consultant and year. And Congress is trying to cut
advisor, Dr. Walter H. Zinn, who off )$4.5 billion. Last Week they
has established the General Nuclear shaved down about $2 million a day
Engineering Corporation at 'Dun- for five days. Figure that out. If
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of nuclear power for the produc- (counting ISaturdays, Sundays and
tion of el'tric power cannot be
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it is most gratifying to know that
our 'big Florida power producers
are/looking ahead keeping abreast
of development in this field, and
will be prepared to turn to such '
energy when it becomes practical,
I congratulate Florida iPower
Corporation not only on their at-
tractive and interesting annual re-
port 'but upon their enterprise and
effort to build a bigger and better
Florida and their interest in the
welfare of the state as a whole. It
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Washington See Saw
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PAGE TEN


THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1957


holidays) they could only whittle
away $750 million. Brother, that
sure is slow whittling. What we
need in Washington is somebody
with an axe, not a pocket knife.

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.I erlaid with a white orchid, Player of 'Port St. Joe; W. L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. s. Lightloot and
Miss Martha Wilson Becomes The Bride Attending the bride as matr)n of Marianna and Port St. Joe; and children visited I Dothanm Ala., Rev. Punt Addresses Brotherhood of
.of honor was her sister, Mrs. Aar- Aaron Lewis of Jackson;. Mississ.- over the week ond. I
Of Francis L. Hughes Jr. On March 9 on Lewis, of Jackson, Miss., who ippi. The ring-bearer was Carl Mon-[ Mr. and Mr. L. F. Ray and son Long Avenue Baptist Church Monday
S! wore a waltz length dress of orchid ey, son of Mr. an dMrs. Eldridge Donald Wayne, and Mrs. Stella 9D1
peau de faille. Tiny, covered but- Money of Port St. Joe. Norris and daughter Juanita and
Miss Martha Louise Wilson, program of pre-nuptial music and tons were used from the scoop The bride's mother wore a dress Bob Taylor and Miss Leona Ray' Rev. Harry Punt, pastor of the hindrance to the spread of the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles used the traditional wedding mar- neckline to the waist. Wearing a of navy blue lace over .taffeta and motored to Panama City Saturday First Presbyterian Church present- gospel of Jesus Christ. "The Mos-
Cleveland Wilson of Port St. Joe, ches from Mendelssohn and Wag- picture 'hat and gloves of the same Mrs.. 'Salvage's dress was of pale on business. ed a very fine and timely discourse lem religion is becoming more dom-
became the bride of Francis Leo- nor. The .soloist, Miss Celia Tom- fabric, she carried a purple-throat- pink lace. Purple-throated orchid i Miss Helen Norris, daughter of on Missions in Africa, when he inant among the tribal leaders and
nard Hughes, Jr., son of Mrs. Harry linson, sang "At Dawning", (Cad- ed orchid bouquet. corsages were worn by both mo- Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Norris, spent spoke before the meeting of the it becomes more serious as time
A. Savage and 'Mr. Francis Leonard man) "The Sweetest Story Ever Bridesmaids were Mrs. P. B. Fair- others. Saturday in Panama City on busi- brotherhood of the Long Avenue goes by", he stated, and stressed
Hughes of Miami, in a candlelight Told", (.Stutts) and at the bene- ley and Miss Elaine Musselwhite, ness. Baptist Church last Monday eve- that Christians need to pray dili-
ceremony. Saturday evening, March 'diction, "The Wedding Prayer" both of ort St. Joe. Their dresses, Following the ceremony, the Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deese and ning. gently about its threat to the Chris-
9, at five o'clock in the Long Ave- (Dunlap). fashioned identically to that of the bride's parents entertained with a children of (Panama City spent the In touching upon some of' the tian movement.
nue B -p:,'.t Church. The Rev. J. C. The bride, given in marriage by matron of honor were ,of orchid reception in the social hall of the week end visiting with Mr. and many problems facing mission work A-period of business discussion
Odum officiated at the impressive her 'father wore a gown of Chan- brocade taffeta. They wore picture church. Floral arrangements of pink Mrs. Carl Deese and children, in the Belgian Congo and Nigeria, preceded the program .The Brother-
double ring ceremony in the pres- tilly lace over bridal satin fashion- hats and gloves of orchid peau de chrysanthemums and plumosus fern and Ms. Allen H. Norris Rev. Punt stted that the language hood plans to sponor a fellowship
ence of numerous friends and rela- ed redigote style. The oval neck- faille .and carried purple-throated were placed at vantage points. The' and children left Monday for South barrier was perhaps the greatest breakfast at the church on Easter
ties of the young couple. line of the fitted bodice was edged 'orchid bouquets. bride's table ,which was covered Florida where they will spend some morning. A social hour was enjoyed
The church was decorated with with scallops, and the same motifs The flower girl, Miss Marsha with a white irish linen cloth fea- time with Mr. and Mrs. Buster Fant Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and after the meeting.
arrangements of white gladioli extended down the front of the Player, wore a floor length gown, turned the three-tiered wedding cake and Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Goodman, children spent Sunday visiting with I
against a background of magnolia, bouffant skirt and swept into the of orchid brocade taffeta and peau topped with miniature bride and and children. I Mr. and Mrs. Nixon and daughter, GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
reed and palm. Tiers of candelabra back accenting the chapel train., de faille. Attached to her basket bridegroom, encircled by a folunce .Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley and Jean. ----- ----
holding -burning white tapers were Tiers of white French illusion of petals were purple-throated baby l orchid tulle over taffeta. Crys- children spent the week end inI Mrs. Shealey, Mrs. June Norris Advertising does' cost-ol pays'
placed at the altar, casting a soft were gathered to a crown etched orchids. tal candelabra holding lighted white Bonifay visiting with friends and and Mrs. Odell Ray motored to
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Sake after the traditional cutting
by the bride and the bridegroom
S.ere Misses. A Ima Baggett and
Carolyn Traweek. Presiding at the
punch table were the Misses Aleae
Ray and Eddie Sanford. The bride's
book was kept 1by Miss. Mary John-
son of Gulfport, Mississippi. Those
assisting at the reception were Mrs.
W. L. Smith, Mrs. Durel Brigman,
Mrs. A. P. Martin, Mrs. Calvin Mus-
selwhite and Mrs. J. C. Odum. Miss
Diana McKnight presented nuptial
music during the reception.
Those assisting with decorations'
were Mrs. Milton Chafin, Mrs.
George Cooper, Mrs. Ralph Nance,
Mrs. Joe Alligood, Mrs. Harry Mc-
Knight and Mrs. Joseph McLeod.
After a short wedding trip, Mr.
and Mrs. Hughes left for El Paso,
Texas, where they will make their
home at 3603 Sacramento Street.
Mrs. Hughes, a graduate of Port
St. Joe High School and Clarke
College, also attended Baylor Uni-
versity. Mr. Hughes graduated from
Miami High School and before en-
tering military service in January,
attended the University of Florida
for three years.
Out of town guests included Mrs.
H. A. A.; -.- and son, LeRoy Sav-
age of Miami; Norman Price of
Gainesville and Miami; Byron Hall
'of Gainesville and Ocala; Mr. and
i Mrs. Roy Bush of Panama City;
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hepler of Fort
Walton Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Lewis of Jackson, Mississippi; Miss
| Mary Johnson of Gulfport, Mississ-
ippi and Misses Barbara Burt and
Carol Godfrey of Jackson, Miss.
A buffet dinner following the
wedding rehearsal was given in -the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C.
Wilson. Mrs. Wilbur Smith and
Mrs. Calvin Musselwhite were co-
hostesses.
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Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese and
daughter Betty motored to Pana-
ma City Wednesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. *Nonris
and children and Nathan Dykes
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THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1957


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Anne Costin Becomes Bride of Joel ing duster: ergloves and shoes
Anne Stin Be Bf el were a corresponding shade of rose.
Church Services aturda Her corsage was a purple orchid,
Strait In Church Services at uray A reception was held following
Ithe ceremony in the social ball of
Anne Marie Costin, daughter of 'ied Parish. Jve *'.a .ines cou- the Church. The bride's book was
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Lee Costin sin of the bride, was the flower attended by Mrs. Marion Parker.
of Port St. Joe became the bride of girl. The maid of honor and brides- Mrs. Horace Soule and Mrs. Wil-
Joel Richard Strait, son of Glen maids wore waltz length gowns atliam Linton. aunts of the bride,
Edward Strait, of Orick, California, pale pink nylon chiffon featuring a served the cakeMrs. Melvin Magidsn assist-
Saturday afternoon, April 6, at five shirred waist and portrait neckline, ed by Mrs. Melvin Ma gidsons o
o'clock in The First Methodist They carried tinted American Beau- Mrs. Duane Williamson, cousins of
Church. Officiating at the double, ty carnations in cascade biuquet, the bride. The punch bowl was pr
ring ceremony was Rev. Fred Davis. with matching ribbons and wore s
The couple repeated their vowsI matching headbands outlined vith Diane Lay, Marie Talley and Crista
before an altar with magnolias and seed pearls. The flower girl woe Duren. Others assisting at the re-
and an arch of lighted candles a dress fashioned identically to ception were Mrs. Lindsey Temple,
forming the background. Floor has- those of the bridesmaids and car- Mrs. ennon Talley, Ms. Walter
ketsof white gladiolus and pom- ried a basket of rose petals witJohnson, Mrs. Tom Pridgeon, S.,
poms completed the bridal scene, streamers tied with sweetheart ro-' Mrs. ChrisMartin, Miss M abe
Miss Nancy Pridgeon, organist, pre- ses. The bride, given in marriage Doke, Miss Frances Wilson, Mrs.
sented pre-nuptial music, which in- by her father, wore a gown of nylon Charles rown, M iss Helen Durant
eluded, "Intermettzo", "Through the tulle trimmed with imported cliha- and Carolyn Cart. The bride's table
Years", "Oh Promise Me" and tilly lace over bridal satin. The fit- was covered with a pink net cloth
"Song of Love" and accompanied ted 'bodice had a sweetheart neck- edged with pink satin ribbon a
Miss Celia Tomlinson, who sang, line and long sleeves with tiny but- matching bows at each corner will.
"Our Love" and "The Lord's Pray- tons of lace. A shoulder length veil a full flounce that fell to the floor
er". Marlyn Kannaberg acted ar, of silk illusion and a tiarra of overlaid a pink linen cloth. The carna
best man and the ushers were Jim- pearls and sequins completed the delabrum entwined with pink carna-
my Costin, Tommy Pridgeon and bridal costume, The bride carried tin and holding white tae
Marion Parker, Martha Costin, sis- a white Bible topped with a white laminated either end of the table.
ter of the'bride, was maid of hon- orchid and lilies of the valley. The The four tiered wedding cake d c
or. Bridesmaids were Sibbie Brin- bride's mother wore a dress of orated in frosted white rosebuds
son, Peggy Philyaw and Mrs. Billy mauve rose silk with a sheer match- was ecircled by drifts ofni
was encircled by drifts of nink
I tulle and the punch table was iden-
tically decorated. Punch was served
from a cut glass crystal bowl.
For her going away outfit, the
bride chose an embroidered sheath
S dress with a pink duster and match-
ing accessories. Her corsage was
a white orchid from her bridal bou-
quet. After a wedding trip to South
Florida, the couple will make their
home at 1015 Monument Avenue.


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Out of town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Joines, grandfather and
grandmother of the bride, of Wewas
hitchka, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Mere-
dith, Mrs. W. H. Linton, Mrs. J. A.
Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. Max W. Kil-
bourn, Mrs. Jack Connell, Mrs. G.
T. Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. George
Gore, also of Wewahitchka, Mr.
and Mrs. Duane Williamson, Mr.
and Mrs. Melvin Magidson of Pen-
sacola, Mr. and Mrs. HI. A. Whitton,
of Columibia, Ala., Mrs. Basil
Moore of Panama City, Mr. and
Mrs. Billy Fred Parish, Misses Sib-
bie Brinson, Mabel Doke, Frances
Wilson, Annette Ward, Pat Mc-
Cray, Martha Costin and Jimmy
Costin, of Tallahassee, Mrs. W. 0.
Hancock, Mrs. Jesse Meredith and
Mrs. Annie Olivent of Doerun, Ga.

ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
The Rev. Gardner D. Underhill
Priest in Charge
Palm Sunday, April 14: 7:30 am.,
The Holy Communion and The Bles-
sing of the Palnms. (NOTE: After
the Celebration the Episcopal
Churchmen will have their regular
monthly meeting and breakfast.)
9:45 a.m.. Church school. 11:00 a.m.
Morning Prayer and sermon. (Note:
This is the 18thl Birthday of St.
James' Episcopal Church. This
morning Mr. Underhill will deliver
the fourth in a series of sermons
on the Apostles' Creed. The sub-
ject will be "I Believe In The
Church". Immediately after the 11
a.m. service we will have our regu-
lar monthly covered dish dinner.
We are having the dinner on the
second Sunday instead of on the
third in order to use the occasion
as a birthday party for our church.


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Monday before Easter, April 15.
10:30 a.m., The Rev. Willis Bar-
num Coker McCarty will be ordain-
ed to the Priesthood of the Church
at Trinity Episcopal Church, Apala-
chicola.
Tuesday before Easter, April 16.
7:30 a.m., Celebration of the Holy
Communion. 8:00 p.m. choir rehear-
sal.
Wednesday before Easter, April
17. 7:,30 p.m. Evening Prayer and
sermon, (NOTE: Mr. Underhill will
deliver the fifth in a series of ser.
mons on the Apostles' Creed. The
subject will be "I Believe in the
Holy Ghost".)
Maundy Thursday, April 18. 7:30
p.m., Celebration of the Holy Eucha-
rist with intercessions. (iNOTE:
This Sacrament will be celebrated
in memory of our lord's institution
of the holy sacrament of the altar.)
Good Friday, April 1'9. 12:00 noon
through 3:00 p.m. A service of
meditation and devotion for Good
Friday, "The Seven Words From
the Cross". (NOTE: This will be
a union service sponsored by the
Port St. Joe Ministerial Alliance.
Seven ministers from your com-
munity will each meditate on one of
our Lord's last words. This service
will be conducted at the First Me-
thodist Church of Port St. Joe.)
Easter Even, April 20: 4:00 p.m.
The Ministration of Holy Baptism.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
IN CHANCERY.
JASON DYKES )
PLAINTIFF, )
VS )
MILDRED DOLORES DYKES)
DEFENDANT )
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: Mildred Dolores Dykes,
1335 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 11 May, A. D., 1957.
That upon failure to do so, said com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
by you as Po the relief therein
sought, as by law in such' cases
made and provided.
' This the 10th day of April, A. D.,
1957.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court
Gulf County, Fla. (seal)
ERNEST C. WIMBERLY
Attorney for Plaintiff
303 Fpurth Str et
Port St. Joe, Florida.
April 4, 11, 1$, a,4 435.


FOR SALE: 1 second hand Crosley
10' refrigerator. $13'9.50. New
unit just installed. Modern Furni-
ture Company.
25% OFF on all oil heaters. Modern
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FOR SALE: Repossessed Norge
wringer type washer. $10.00 down
$1.50 a week. $89.50. Modern Fur-
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Sixth Graders Study
(Continued from pags 1)

spent almost 20 years in the Bel-
gian Congo, as missionaries. We
asked them to come and talk to
ouI class because we wanted first
hand information which they were
happy ito give us. Some of the in-
teresting points that were brought
out were: If you wish to become a
missionary in The Congo you first
have to learn French and then
choose from a field of about 700
dialects. Any man who has $60 to
$80 can buy a wife, which could
be any girl 12 years old or older.
We were also interested in hearing
him read from the African Bible
and sing a song in African.
Wednesday afternoon, April 3,
most of our class attended a pic-
ture "Odongo" that was showing
at the Port Theatre. The picture
was made in Africa and showed
many interesting things about ani-
mals that are to be found there,
African homes, tribes and some of
the customs of the tribes that par-
ticipated in the making of the pic-
ture.
We enjoyed this unit as much as
any we have studied this year and
think it has been very valuable to
us in helping us to understand
these people of this part of the
world.


Mrs. Purtell Marries
M-Sgt. Harry J. Akin

Mrs. Mary Ellen Purtell became
the bride of Master Sergeant Harry
J. Akin of Eglin Air Force Base
Saturday April 6 at Thomasville,
Ga.
M/Sgt. Akin is on temporary
duty at Tyndall Air Force Base.
The couple are, now residing at
1033 McClellan Ave.

CARD OF THANKS
We wish to offer our heartfelt
thanks to our many friends in and
around Port St. Joe who were so
fkind ap4 thoughtful to us during
our recent bereavement brought to
us 'by the death of our beloved wife
and daughter. Your kindness will
not soon be forgotten.
McKinley Horton
and daughters
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Maloney

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FOR SALE: Automatic washing ma-
chine. $250. Practically new. Ori-
ginal price $369.00. See at Wimico
Lodge, White City. Mrs. Hart.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur-
nished house. $35.00. Call 7-2528.
or see Emory Cumbie.


FOR SALE: 1957 Ford 2-door cus-
tom. Will take $500 for equity
and take up payments or trade for
used car or truck. Emory Cumbie.
WANTED TO RENT: One furnish-
ed house or apartment. Box E,
Port St. Joe.
WANTED TO RENT: One unfurni-
shed house. Box E, Port St. Joe.
WANTED, Laboratory Technicians.
Men to age 35 in good health with
a minimum of a high school ,iuca
tion and with a deferred or exempt
draft status needed for shift work
in the control laboratory. Pleas-e do
not apply unless you fulfill the
above requirements and have an in-
terest in laboratory control work.
Apply at The Glidden Company,
Kenney Mill Road, Port St. Joe.
ONLY ONE MORE WEEK till Eas-
.ter. Your lowest prices and high-
est quality, your largest selection
and best values for your Easter
Wardrobe are to be found at Stones.
Shop and compare prices, and you
will trade at STONES' SHOP FOR
M'EN the store of quality and style
at popular prices.
FEMALE HELP WANTED: Wom-
en 18-55, to address and mail our
circulars at home on commission.
Write GIFT FAIR, Dept. 8, Spring-
field, Pa. 3tc-4-4
WANTED TO RENT: 2 or 3 bed-
room house in Port St. Joe. C. B.
Greif, Jr. Box C, Port St. Joe. 2t
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
attractively furnished apartments
Cool in summer, warm in winter.
Window fans, gas heat. They have
to be seen to be appreciated, Wim-
ico Lodge, White City, Phone 9-4083.
tfc-2-21
FOR SALE: 1951 1% ton Chevrolet
truck. Good shape. $495.00. Can
be financed. See Bill Carr, St. Joe
Hardware. 3-7-tfc
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom lafurnish-
ed house on St. Joe Beach. Be-
tween Terry Hinote and James
Bass. $50 per mo. See Walter Du-
ren. 3-14 tfc
GOR SALE: Nice three bedroom
house. Also has separate dining
room and den with fireplace. Sit-
uated in excellent neighborhood.
Ha outdoor fireplace and other
features to make this a very dice
home. Only $3,500.00 down.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-3491 211 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
FOR SALE: Three bedroom home
on McClellan Ave.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAII 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
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5LECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work
guaranteed. Quick dependable
service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Ll-
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
.49p$. tfc
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing 1 mopiy see us for anything
roil nee4 in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PART$
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
PANA-CRAFT BOATS
and E-Z TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
'RADE US that useless article for
Something useful. STOP and
'WAP.


LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Thursday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren Invited.
C. W. LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty.
rHERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every second and
fourth Friday night at 8:00 p.m.
EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secty.
All Master Masons cordially invited.
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddle,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.


321 Reid Avenue
PRICES GOOD


5 Pc Suite

TABLE and FOUR CHAIRS
Regularly $59.95


$49.95




5 Pc. SUITE

TABLE FOUR CHAIRS LEAF EXTENSION
Regularly $69.95


$59.95




7 Pc. SUITE

TABLE SIX CHAIRS LEAF EXTENSION
Regularly $119.95


$79.95


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