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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 18, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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STAR


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

VOLUME XX SIngle Copy So -ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1957 NUMBER 25


GRAMMAR SCHOOL CAGE CHAMPS: Pictured front row
left to right, Gayle Griffin, Eric Hammond, Michael Ander-
son, Tommy Stevens. Back row, left to right, Raymond Harris,
Elementary physical ed. instructor, Jimmy Simms, Tommy
Blackburn, Bobby Cooper and Mrs. B. F. Roe, sponsor.


Win First Place In Basketball Tourney


Grde 6C Wins In


Elementary Event


F--


-April 25, Ford Pontiac, 4:15 to
By PAT SPEARS finals with a hard fought win over 5:15. .lRoary, 5:15 to 6:15.
The fourth annual Port St. Joe room 6B. The final score was 13, April 26, Kiwanis, 4:15 to5:15.
Elementary School Basketball to 10. Krafties. 5:15 to t;:15.
S "lApril 27 Rotary, 4:15 to 5: t-5.
Tournament got underway Tuesday, Harold Keles, Ralph Elliott and Ford Pontiac, 5:15 to 6:15.
April 9, in the High School Gym at G.ne Tindel led the tourney fav- A:pril 29. Krafties, 4:15 to 5:15.
6:30 p.m. writes to a spot in the finals. Kiwanis, 5:15 to 6:15.
The tournament was jointly Larry Griner again made a grand April :0, Ford Pontiac, 4:15 to
sponsored by t he Elementary showing by scoring all the 6B 5:15. Rotary, 5:15 to 6:15.
School physical education depart- ,points as he led his hustling teanm- AMERICAN LEAGUE
meant and the Senior Inftramural f(Continued on Page 4) April 22, Hard Stars, 4:15 to 5:15
Board of St. Joe High. Sockeys, 5:15, to 6:15.
First round games found grade Sockeys, 5:15 to 6:15.
6B sponsored by Mrs. Sara Fite, Jewel Hinote Will Head April 23, Boxers, to 5:15.
and coached by Edward Smith d d C Dozers, 5:15 to :1.
playing 5C0, sponsored by Mrs. Rod an un Club April 24,Sckes4:15 to 5:15.
Frances Brown and coached by Hard Stars, :15 to 1:15o 5:15.
Blair 'Shuford. Grade 5A sponsored At the quarterly meeting of the Apri 5, Dozers, 4:15 to :1
by Mrs. Betty Sue Anchors and Gulf County Rod and Gun Club held il 26, Hard Stars15 to 6:15.
coached by Wayne Taylor played at the REA 'building in Wewahitch- April 26, ard Stars, 4:15 to 5:1
SB sponsored by Mr. Witherow ka the members and guests were Sockey, 5:15 to, 4:15. 5
and coached by James Knight in fed a very delicious barbecue chick- DoA r ,B r :15 to .:15.
the second game of the first round. en supper with all the trimmings Dozers, 5: 5 to 6:15.
Grade GB defeated grade 5C by'prepared under ,the supervision of Har ta2, S 4 :15 to 5:15.
a score of 20 to 4. Larry Griner Clyde Brogdon. The club had as its ar s o'bars, t:15 to 5
led the 6B scoring with eight guest, Mr. Holland, Fresh Water' BoApril, 15 Dobers 4:15 to :1.
points. Earnest 'Byron and Harold Fish and Game Commissioner of __
Kirkland contributed four points this area, Mr. Brickerstaff, mana-
to the winning total. ger of the 'Fish and Game office in Bill Introduced To
Lloyd Gardner and Freddie Cha- Panama City and Mr. Banks of the Make All Florida On EST
son led the small but determined Panama City office were.present. ---
5C team. In the other first round Mr. Holland and Mr. Brickerstaff: TALLAHASSEE A bill to
game, grade 5'B swamped grade 5A made very interesting talks on the place all of Florida in the Eastern
by a score of 44 to 4. activities and duties of their de- time zone cleared a committee and
Grade 5B's big win was sparked apartment. *will be placed on 'the calendar of
by Hergert Gardner who scored There were several interesting the House for adoption.
22 points and Tommy Sisk eight as discussions on the hunting and also West Florida is now in the Cen-
5B ran up the highest score of the the game 'available in this area. tral time zone and is an hour be-
tournament. The Club officers elected to serve hind the rest of the state. The di-
Hilton Conger, iDavid Porter, and the coming year, July 1, through viding line generally runs down the
Dennis Whitfield led grade 5C in June 3.0, 19!58 were as follows: 'Apalachicola River.
their effort to stop the basket bom- W. Jewel Hinote, president; A. L Rep. Hopkins of Escambia Coun-
bardment of the 5B team. Hargraves, vice-president; Everett ty, author of the bill, said there
Of'the second night of the tour- McFarland, Ross Stripling, S. P. was "some little opposition to it
nament excitement was high as the Husband, W. K. Settlemire and T. in West Florida" but he told the
first seeded room 6A team, spon- D. Hutchins, directors; Roy Gibson, committee the entire House mem-
sored by Frank ,Barnes and coach- Jr., secretary and Harry Dowden, bership should be given a chance
ed by Terry Hinote moved into the treasurer. to vote on the proposal.


I introduced a bill which will re-
quire the PFlorida Development
Commission to make a survey 'to
determine the potential Maritime
Comnnierce over the Apalachicola
tiveP r tS .tem and Gulf County In-
tracoastal Canal. Immediately af-
ter introduction of this bill, all rep-
resentatives in the counties ad-
joining the Apalachicola River Sys-
tem, including the Bay County Del-
egation, became co-introducers of
this bill by request. I feel that this
bill is very important to the in-
dustrial growth of our community
and neighb,'ring,counties since it
will make available information to
industrial prospects in enabling
them to select industrial sites. In
addition, I feel that it will be very
beneficial to our County in secur-


Saints to Play Night

Exhibition Game


ity religious Services Are



For Observance of Easter


L.B.B. Practicemmun

Schedule Given Un NmIUNl

For Next Week anned

The try out period of the Little a n n e d
Boys Baseball organization will
end today with the managers mak-
ing their selections of players The Representative COs
try out practices have been very
successful with a total of at least
120 'boys out this year to makeOn Week's Activities
up the eight teams.
The barbecue for the League will
be held Saturday, April 20 to sup- By Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
port this fine recreational program. The 1957 Legislature is moving
At 'the barbecue, 'several awards at an extremely fast pace with 477
will be given for last year'- play- lHouse Bills and 327 Senate Bills
ers and all new players an :haeir having been introduced through
respective teams will be announce, April 12, as compared with 160
The practice sessions will star Hfouse Bills and 191 Senate Bills
Monday, April 22 with all teams introduced through April 1:2 during
having designated times for prac the last regular session in 1955.
ticing. 'Player agent, Bill Whaley, The important issues of approp-
has. made this schedule so that rations for schools, Constitutional
each team will have equal oppoi- revision and tax measures to fi-
tunity to give their boys the prac- nance schools and other needs of
twice they need before the season? the State are still in the commit-
starts. The practice schedule for tee for study.
next week is listed below. Among the general bills which I
NATIONAL LEAGUE introduced this past week are bills
April 22, Kiwanis, 4:15 to 5:15. to increase Old Age Assistance and
Krafties, 5:15 ,to 6:15. Aid to the Blind to $70.00 per
April 23, Rotary, 4:15 to 5:15. month, both of which bills have
Ford Pontiac, 5:15 to 6:15. .been approved by the Public Wel-
April 24, Krafties, 4:15. to 5:15. fare Committee and are now before
Kiwanis, 5:15 to 6:15.' the Appropriations Committee.


The Port St. Joe Saints will play .
their first night game of the sea- a special session to take -un the
sotheir nexfirst t enesa night at of the se: matter of providing funds for Gulf
soL next Wednesday night at 8:0 Count o enter Community
p.m. when they meet Panapa City County to enter the Community
in an exhibition game on he localCollege set-up Panan the
field. (The Board, contending that the
field.icition in the school ws up
A Gulf Coast baseball league di- participation in the school w upre
rectors meeting here last week vot- o the School Boar d, agreed to
rectors meeting here last week vot- ask for special legislation t o au-
ed to open the 1951 season on Sun- thorize the 'Board to give $5,000 to
day, May 6. Port St. Joe, Wewa- the Board of Public Instruction,
hitchka, Apalachicola and Panama om G l u nd.he $5,000
City have entered team& in the m the General Fund. The $5,000
City have entered teams in the is to be used for the Community
semi-pro league. College purpose.
League officials are Bob Ellzey, College purpose. substitute
izey, The matter of hiring a substitute
president; I. C. Nedley, vice?presi- to serve as county prosecuting -
dent; Kenneth Whitfield, treasurer to serve while tcue present
and Jessie 'Stone, secretary. Direc- attorney, Cecil G. Costin Jr., is
tors are T. 0. Graham, Panama Ci- 'away attending the Legislature,
ty, Joe Flint, Wewahitchka, Pete was not brought up.
Comforter, Port St. Joe and Fred .
Richards, Apalachicola. Commission Takes Steps
Commission Takes Steps
To Provide Sewer Lines

.... .. The City Commission began tak-
Sing steps Tuesday night to provide
fll.^ sewer facilities for blocks 89, 90,
-'91, 92 and 93 South of 16th Street


S, .. ; ... on Garrison Avenue.
... *-',." *m i."t.i(4The sewer will be put in by the
S-""' city and the cost assessed to tMte
7.. property owners.adjoining the pro-


'.-, MRS. WHITAKER ATTENDS
AUXILIARY CONFERENCE
Mrs. Madaleine E. Whitaker,
S. president of the Willis V. Rowan,
S. al Conference of the American Le-
gion Auxiliary in Sneads last Sun-
Sday, and was invited to serve in

Only $300 Needed to Complete Amount for Festival Trip (STAR PHOTO) Fortate auonvention as tone iliarof the
hostesses at a reception for Mrs.
CBaTd Toi Addison P. Drummond, who is a
Af candidate for 'the office of State
Band thc i C Iem concert h ool b el fra At h President of the American Legion
Auxiliary.
Leroy Bowdoin, principal of Port fore the Band leaves for the state cent district band contest which are urged to attend the concert and 4
St. Joe High 'School, wishes to in- band contest which is to be held in was 'held in Panama City recently, help the band attain this goal. ERROR APPEARS IN AD
vite the people of 'Port St. Joe to Orlando on May 9, 10 and 11. These high ratings have made our Minimum expenses for the 8 I FOR FREEZER PLAN
attend the band concert which will Money derived from the concert high school band eligible for: par- abbnt $2,400.00. At the present Food Iteezer Ptan in this week's
be played in the gymnasium on will be used to help defray expen- ticipation in the final state band time the amount in sight, and on'issue of The Star, it reads, "Dis.
Friday night, April 19 at 8:00 p.m. ses to the contest. contest. They have'se't their hearts hand, amounts to about $2,100.00. count on food and freeze-". The
Admission for adults is 76c. Stu- The Port St. Joe High School on making the trip and have work- The band members are determined advertisement should reai, "Dis-
drnuts will be admitted for 25c. Band earned superior ratings in ed 'hard 'to make their dream come to clear up this shortage of $300.00 count on Food With Purchase of
This will be the final concert be- all contest events during the re- true. The citizens of Port St. Joe during the next three weeks. Freezer."


Seven Words of Christ Will Be Given

By Local Ministers Friday Afternoon


Rev. Douglas
Services


Newsome Will Speak At Sunrise
In Constitution Park, Easter


tin Gives Summary

s In The Legislature


ing Federal assistance to construct
a public dock and warehouse.
The local matters which affect
only Gulf County have not as yet
been introduced since it is neces-
sary that a 30-day period elapse
from the time of publication of the
notice of local legislation until
they are introduced. Any persons
who are interested in any legisla-
tion are invited to contact me in
Tallahassee.


City To Regulate

Speed of Boats

The City Commission passed an
ordinance at their regular meeting
Tuesday night designed to stop
boat racing in dangerous waters
on St. Joseph's Bay.
The ordinance prohibits a speed
of more than five miles per hour
in that area from the water's edge
to the end of the pier in the vicini-
ty of the new city 'boat landing at
the foot of Fifth Street.
Many instances of speeding and
boat handling in the immediate vi-
cinity of the boat landing prompt-
ed the passage of the ordinance
in an energy manner.
A .penalty is provided in the or-
dinance for violators of the speed
regulation. The first offense car-
ries a fine of .$20.00. The second of-
fense will be fined $50.00 and each
additional offense will carry a fine
of $100.00.
The ordinance is effective im-
mediately.
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Commission To Provide
Junior College Funds

The Gulf County Board of Com-
missioners met Monday night in


Sunrise Services

Planned For 6:30

Easter .Sunday morning at 6:30
a.m., the annual Easter Sunrise
Services will be held in Port St.
Joe in Constitution Park.
'Rev. Douglas Newsome, pastor
of the Highland View Methodist
Church will deliver the ,annual mes-
sage, which is interdenominational.
The service is sponsored and con-
ducted by the Port St. Joe Minister-
ial Alliance.
The order of service for Sunrise
Service is as follows:
'Prelude, band ensemble.
Call to 'Worship, Rev. Fred Da-
vis, pastor, First Methodist Church.
Hymn, "Christ The Lord Is Risen
Today".
,Invocation and Lord',s Prayer,
Rev. 'C. Byron iSmith, pastor, First
Baptist Church.
Responsive Reading, Rev. H. M.
Punt, pastor, First Presbyterian
Church.
Special Music, band ensemble.
Scripture Lesson, Rev. G. D. Un-
derhill, pastor, St. James' Episcopal
Church.
Morning Prayer, Rev. Fred Had-
ley, pastor, Oak Grove Assembly of
God Church.
Hymn, '"A'l KaPf the Power ofi
Jesus Name".
Prayer of Dedication, Rev. J. C.
Odum, pastor, Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church.
Sermon, Rev. Douglas Newsome,
pastor, 'Highland View Methodist
Church.
Hymn, "He Lives"
Benediction, Rev. L. F. Adams,
pastor, Highland View Baptist
Church.
Postlude, band ensemble.
In case of unfavorable weather,
the services will be held in the
High School Auditorium.


Olens' Opening

New Store Friday


At 1:635, the Fourth Word, "My
God, my God, why hast thou for- Friday morning, April 19, marks
saken me?" will be brought by Rev. another milestone in Port St. Joe's
Fred Davis. At 1:55, the meditation history when the Olen Department
of the Fifth Word will be brought Store will again open its doors to
by Rev. Fred Hadley, "I thirst", the town's most modern department
Rev.C. Harry Punt will bring store. Latest type flourescent light-
a meditation on the Sixth WoI ing an dultra-modern 'blond wood
met isfinished" on at 2:16. fixtures- create a relaxing atmos-
phere which mia k e s shopping
Rev. C. Byron Smith will bring quiker, easier and fa shopping
the Seventh and last Word, "Fa- quicker, easier and far more com-
ther, into thy hands I commend my fortable. In fact, every foot of the
spirit", at 2:3'5 handsome, newly decorated store
The meditation on each Word was planned to facilitate merchan-
will be accompanied by a short ad- dise selection by the customer. The
dress by a minister, oral and silent newly expanded store will carry
prayers and the singing of a hymn, complete lines of top fashions, ap-
Everyone in Port St. Joe is invit-, parel for 'the entire family, plus
ed to attend the service, domestics, piece goods, curtains
__ and drapes--all at budget saving
prices.

Revival Services Are H. L. and M. E. Olen have em-
BIy d By pti phasized: "In times like these, it
Planned By Baptists is imperative native that we do our ut-
most to cut the cost of living for
Revival services will be held at the average family! That has been
the Long Avenue Baptist Church the aim of the Olen Stores since
beginning on April 22 and contini- their inception, and we will con-
ing through April 28. The pastor of tinue to follow the extra value po-
the church announces that services licy in our Port St. Joe unit."
will be held each week day at 7:00 The OGen Company feels that
a.m. and 8:00 p.m. The public is Port St. Joe is one of the most pro-
cordially invited to attend all ser- gressixe areas in the south today,
vices. The nursery will be open and have pledged themselves o
each evening to care for babies and continue full participation in all
small children, activities beneficial to the contin-
The Rev. George Gay, pastor of ued progress of the community.
the First Baptist Church of Mar- Featured in the gala re-opening
ianna, will be the visiting evange- will be $100 in cash, plus free hub-
list. Revival music will be under. ble gum and comics for the kiddies.
the direction of W. G. Stroup of In addition, the sensational values
Jacksonville. Mr. Stroup is direc- will be a boon to every purse.
tor of Church Music for .the Florlda Olen's extends a cordial' invita-
Baptist Convention. tion 'to everyone to come join the
The early morning service will crowds in the fun and excitement
begin at seven o'clock and dismiss of this thrilling event and to 'share
at 7:35. A light breakfast will be in the extra special savings.
served at the church immediately ---
following the morning service. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


Good Friday Services
At Methodist Church

A service of meditation and de-
votion for Good Friday, "The Sev-
en Words From The Cross". This
service is a union service sponsor-
ed by the Port St. Joe Ministerial
Alliance. S-v," ministers of the
community wil#- each meditate on
one of our Lord's last words. This
sEqrvice will be held at the First
Methodist Church from 12 noon
uitil 3 p.m.
The program will begin withthe
reading of scripture followed by
the prologue, given by Rev. Gard-
ner D. Underhill.
Meditation on the first word, '"Fa-
ther, forgive them, for they know
not what they do." will be given
by Rev. G. D. Underhill.
At 12:50, meditation of the sec-
ond word will begin, "Verily, I say
unto 'thee, Today shaltL thou be
with me in .paradise" brought by
Rev. Douglas Newsome.
At 1:10 meditation on the Third
Word, "Woman, behold -thy Son!
. Son, behold thy mother", will
be brought by Rev. J. C. Odum.







~tWO 1HE &TAR. POR't ST. JG~, GULP COUNTY, PLORIDA ThURSDAY, ARRiL' 18 '1957


Nathan L. Mallison Will Give Address
-At Annual Rotary Club Ladies Night
Nathan L. Mallison. Superinten- lca ..
) dent of the Jacksonville Recreation
Department will address the local
Rotary Club at their annual ladies '.
night celebration, next Wednesday. ''
April 24.


Thurs., Fri. and Sat.
APRIL 18, 19 and 20

SUNNYLAND
HAMS lb. 49c
HALF or WHOLE
GRADE 'A' LARGE
LARGE EGGS
2 doz. 89c
SWIFT'S PREMIUM
PICNIC HAMS
Lb. 39 c
FULL COOKED


SUNNYLAND ALL MEAT
WEINERS
Lb. 29c
REGISTER'S GREEN HILL
SAUSAGE
Lb. 39c


Frozen Foods
McKENZIE'S MIX EM UP
5 PKGS.
TURNIPS
MUSTARD 1"
COLLARDS 7
McKENZIE'S FROZEN
Strawberries
3 cans 69c
MeKENZIE'S
Okra or Broccoli
2 for 37c


PRODUIE


POTATOES
10 lbs. 25c
* WITH $5.00 ORDER

Fresh Carton
Tomatoes
Large Head
Lettuce
Fresh String
Beans
LB.
KING SIZE
Cheer $1.03
-REG. $1.28 SIZE
WE GIVE
Save Mor Coupons
and order your premiums. Fill
out your .order blank In cataloU
and turn in.
3 CANS ARMOUR'S
MILK 39c



QUALITY


MARKET


Mallison started his career Aug- .'
ust 1, 1920 as a recreation leader in
Houston, Texas. His connection in
Houston followed termination of a
tour of duty as observer and pilot "' ""
with the U. S. Air Force during '
World War 'I. The work in Houston '
was in a pioneering stage and he
directed high school physical edu-
cation in the day time and commun-
ity recreation at night.
He first came to Florida as super-
intendent of recreation in West
,Palm Beach. After, a year and a
half, two hurricanes and the bust
of the boom at the south Florida .
resort, Mallison migrated to Knox-
ville, Tennessee as superintendent I'i
of parks and recreation. Model avia- NATHAN L. MALLISON
tion was his major development In
the Knoxville program, stimulated sonville Recreation Deparment, a
by Lindberg's flight across the At- sonvlle Rec
lantic in 127 position he has held with but two
He returned to Flprida again in :interruptions since September 1,
1929 as Superintendent of the Jack- i 1929.


*^


Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Batson
of this city, announce the'birth of
a 7 lb.. 15 oz. son, Clifford Ron-
ney on April 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tom Pridgeon
J.r., announce the birth of a baby
girl Phyllis Fay on April 9. The
little lady weighed 6 lbs., 7 ons.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lawrence
Hamby announce the birth of Ray
Frank, a son, on April 11.
Mr. and Mrs. David Bruce May
announce the birth of David Bruce
May, Jr., on April 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Joy Charles Honey-
During the last World War he
served six months as field represen-
tative for the Federal Security
Agency and three years with the
Navy in the Pacific theatre.
Mallison is a Rotarian.
The subject of his address for
Ladies Night will be "Limber, Lov-
hl' and a Little Bit Looney" in
which he explores man's efforts to
attain happiness in a series of hu-
morous anecdotes.


Christ


is


the


Answer


W. G. Stroup, Revival Singer


RE


George Gay, Evangelist


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well announce the birth of a 7 lb Mrs Ellis Hostess
3 oz. son, David Brooks on Apri'I 8. /MS. Ellis H 15
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Burch To WMS Circle 1
Hayes, announce the birth of a son
Forrest Burch Hayes, Jr., on April
7. He weighed 8 lbs., 14 ozs. iQircle 5 of the First Baptist
(All births occurred at the Chtujvch Woman's Missionary So,'
Port St. Joe 'Municipal Hospi+al.) city met Monday at 3 p.m. Hostess
was Mrs. Cliff Ellis in her home
ST. JAMES' CHURCH in Oak Grove.
EPISCOPAL Mrs. J. 0. Baggett had charge
of 'the program and chose as the
The Rev. Gardner D. Underhill devotional verses, St. Matthew, 57:
Priest In Charge 61, followed with prayer.
Easter Day, April 21. 6:30 a.m., Mrs. .Milton Chafin was the
Easter sunrise 'service a tthe Con- speaker for the afternoon. She gave
stitution park. This is a union ser- an interesting talk on the high-
vice sponsored by the Port St. Joe lights of the Baptist Convention
Ministerial Alliance. 7:30 a.m., held in Gainesville. Following her
Celebration of the Holy Commun- i talks, Mrs. Lonnie Bell led in
ion. The Church School will not I rar. "


have a session on Easter Day. 11:00
a.m., Celebration of the Holy Com-
munion and sermon. 3: 00 p.m. The
Children's Easter Festival (NOTE:
The Lenten Mite Boxes are to be
returned and each child is request-
ed to bring a 1smll bunch of flow-
ers to be placed in the Cross. Af-
ter the 'Service there will be an
Easter Egg Hunt.)
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer and
meeting of the Episcopal Young
Churchmen. 7:00, p.m. 'Celebration
of the Holy Communion and ser-
mon at St. John's Church, Wewa-
hitchka.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.
Guests From Miami
Mr. and Mrs. David Boyette have
as their guests, S-Sgt. and Mrs.
Robert Britcher and son of Miami
They expect 'to leave in a week
for their home. Sgt. Britcher will
be stationed, after his leave, on
Guam.

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A short business meeting follow-
ed with reports and general busi-
ness being conducted.
The hostess served refreshments
to the seven members present.

Kiwanians Ledrn of
Crippled Children
Crippled Children and their care
was the theme of the program pre-
sented Tuesday noon at the Ki-
wanis Club meeting. The program
was presented by Mrs. C. H. Ervin
president of the Capital City Area,
Easter Seal Society. The program
was introduced 'by Warren Pare-
seau, Gulf County fund drive chair-
man of the Easter Seal sale.
Mrs. Ervin told the club of some
of the work done by the funds de-
rived from Easter Seal sales. She
stated 'that all' the money used in
the crippled children's work is do-
nated with no aid coming from tax
money. She -stated that 70% of
funds taken in from the Easter
Seal sales would go to the Talla-
hassee clinic. Mrs. Ervin said that


You Are Cordily wited To Attend

I.a. Avenm. Baptist Chacrk
MV.J. C. OMUM, Psuer
SUMAY SCHOOL 9.45 u.1
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 e.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:' p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SRVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Cenw Lg Avew u md 16th Stred
WIT0RS ALWAYS WELCOMED
$N% AM W .mrirom


the Tallahassee clinic now has a
mobile unit which it uses to go
'to different communities and teach
the care of crippled children and
adults. The Hospital in T'allahas-
'/see is a converted warehouse but
it growing in services and facili-
ties.
A short movie was shown of part
of the rehabilitation work that is
being carried on in the Tallahassee
clinic. M(rs. Ervin stressed that
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MINUTES OF THEIR
COUNTY COMMISSION

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
APRIL 9, 1957
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County. Florida met
'his date in regular session with
the following members present: J.
C. Price, Chairman: E. C. Harden,
Sr., A. J. Strickland, G. S. Croxton,
and George W. Cooper. The Clerk,
Sheriff, Attorney Gaskin. Road Su-
preintendent, and County Engineer
were also present.
The meeting came to order at
9 o'clock a.m.
The minutes of March 12, 18, 20
and 26 were-'read, approved and
adopted.






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The Clerk notified the Board introduced 'in the 1957 Legislature. Wewahitchka Band Boosters As- amounts to $243,000.00, but th
that he had received several calls to enact a law providing, a Jury sociation for the County to donate Gulf County only has $134,000.00
from residents of Oak Grove, re- Commission for Gulf County. A funds to send the Port St. Joe and use on this budget.
questing the County- to do some- copy of the bill was read and dis- Wewahitchka High School Bands On motion by Comm. Stricklar
thing about the water standing in cussed, after which, there was a to the State Music Festival in seconded by Comm. Harden an
the ditches in that area. The Road unanimous vote that this Board op- Gainesville. was received and dts- .duly carried, the following w
Supt: was instructed to investigate pose the passage of said bill and cussed. The Attorney advised that adopted:
this matter and to do whatever is the Clerk was directed to inform County Commissioners could not The Resolution to build street
needed to clear he ditches, the Hon. Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Rep- expend public funds for. this pur- in the City of Wewahitchka.
Hon. Richard W. Ervin, Attorney resentative from Gulf County and pose. -It was the desire of the The Clerk was directed to ai
General of the State of Florida, the Hon. Marion B. Knight, Senator Commissioners to help said bands, the following names to the Coun
advised the Board that the Florida for the 25th Senatorial District of therefore, each Commissioner, the Indigent roll for the month
Constitution prohibits 'he use of the Board's wishes with reference County Engineer, Road Supt. and March only. to-wit:
Constit equipment for privatts e puse to such a law. Attorney donated from their own Perr Lee Godwin $12.00
County equipment for private pur-LMr. Emory Cumbie appeared be- funds $45.00 for each band. erryL eedin, $1.00.
poses. -After discussion, itheBoard fore the Board and requested the fund $4500 ormas H. Mcaniel and Dallas Bradshaw, o$15.00.
decided t d.n u .g o Cu ty to constructaeroadto his ,Hon. Thomas H. McDaniel and The pay-rolls for all County eo
its road machinery or private ma- County to construct a road to his Hon. James G. McDaniel, Mayor ployees also all bills for the mon
chinery for private purposes. pa he iseay toobuilda- hme and Commissioner, respectively, oof f March was approved and ra
thatA discussion was had with efer t build ahome on the City of Wewahitchka appeared fled as paid.
ence to theCounty obtaining said property, but cannot gest roa before the Board to discuss the Sec- There being no further busine
tional borrow pits for use inn addio- materials from the nearesu t road ondary Road Program for the City to come before the meeting, it d
structing and maintaining roads in to his lot. The Road Suptter. was of Wewahitchka. After a lengthy then adjourn.
the Countyr The Road Sunerint reacted to look into this matter, discussion, the Board announced ATTEST:
dent County.wasdir The Road toup cerintacen Mr. n- After discussion, there was a mo- that several streets and roads in George Y. Core J. C. Pri
dent ws directed to contact Mr. tion by Comm. Harden, seconded Wewahitchka have been bypassed Clerk I Chairmi
G. U. Parker of the Neal Lumber by Comm. Croxton 'and uninamous- becuase the proper right-of-way 4-
Company to see if said Corfpany ly carried, that the Board adver- could not be obtained. The Board
will trade Gulf County a site for tise its intension of applying said that the Ci'ty of Wewahitchka TOO LATE TO
a borrow pit in exchange of some the1957 Legislature for passage of shouaid first obtain the righ WTOOLATwayE TO
swamp land that the County owns. Special Legislation authorizing the for a road or street before placing ASy
Mr. Ed Odom offered to lease the Board of County Commissioners of that treet or road in the Second S F Y
County a clay pit for a term of two C t ta sreet oa in te Second- C L A S S I l
years at a price .of $75.00 where- Gulf County to- ary road budget for construction. By RUSSELL KAY
upon, there was a motion by Comm. 1. Set up an advertising Fund After further discussion with ref-
Harden, seconded by Comm. Coop- and assess millage for same. erence to the present Secondary
er and duly carried, that the Coun- 2. To adopt and inforce a plat Road budget for Gulf County, the One evening, while with a frien
ty purchase said borrow pit. Filing Law. County Engineer informed the indicate
It was brought to the attention A request from the Port St. Joe Board that the projects already re- noticed a red ky that ndicat
of the oBard, that a bill has been Band Boosters Association and the quested in the 1957-1957 budget a fire of some magnitude. As


hat journeyed along it appeared thie forest ,for raw material.
to fire was becoming more intense. If all the things that IcouM have
d, As we knew the area housed -ev been made from the burned trees
nd eral industrial establishments as could be stacked in a pile in the'
as well-as homes we speeded up to form of manufactured products it
learn if we could, what was burn-
ts ing.
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Ing embers revealed its path where
many acres of forest had been des-
troyed.
My friend andsI were both un-
happy, but for different reasons.
In disgust, he exclaimed, "Aw it's
nothing but a forest fire, I thought
it was a real' fire."
From his viewpoint, a forest fire
was of little consequence, certain-
ly nothing to get excited about.
His attitude reminded me of the
old gag about the two fellows who
were crossing the ocean on a liner,
when a fire broke out on the ship.
A warning to she passengers was
sounded and all was confusion.
,One fellow turned to the other
and screamed, "The ship is' on
fire?" The other calmly replied,
"What do we care, we don't own
It."
UfJnfortunately, a fire that des-
troys a fine forest is more tragic
and costly than most fires that
destroy homes or buildings. A for-
est fire destroys hundreds of homes
before they are built and while a
home or building can be replaced
in a short time It takes years to
grow trees to replace those lost to
a wildfire.
fLike the chap who wasn't alarm-
ed because "he didn't own the
boat" the person who seens no per-
sonal concern over a forest fire
has lost his sense of values and
doesn't stop to think what that
fire is doing to him and his inter-
ests.
It is destroying millions and mil-
lions of dollars worth of valuable
resources and means that he and
his children will pay more for for-
est products and the thousand and
one things that depend upon the
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"There is poor management on his
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been told the whole truth about California last-week. Holland was Department of Defense let it be
the post office allotment of funds. principal speaker at the annual known that the satellite would be
As a member of the Appropriations meeting of the California Grape launched next year in secret. This
Committee, Sikes claims that plen- and Tree Fruit League at the Mark brought a storm of protest from
ty of money -was appropriated for Hopkins Hotel in San Francisco. all Washington newsmen-but it
- the operation of the Post Office This is the outfit that "nominated" did no good. Then, as a member of
Department, but that Summerfield Holland to be the "third" Senator the three-man subcommittee to in-
had not lived within his budget. from California. People out there vestigate the suppression of news
within the government, Fascell
asked the Department of Defense.
'why.." Fascel Isaid he thought
newsmen should cover the event.
YU Are COnroHly Invited To Aftt Result: Murray Snyder, assistan-.
secretary, now says we canll watch
it-when it happens.
S GRAPEFRUIT PROMOTION-
REV. J. C. ODUMt Pastor You can't beat a Florida cracker
when it comes to promoting his
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:4*6 a .I*1 State. At last week's regular meet-
S MORNtNG WORSHIP 11:00 Ga.m. ing of the Burros Club, the mem-
Sb hers were "made aware" that we
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ... 6:. p.m. grow oranges and grapefruit. Pres-
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m. ident Joe Fuller, administrative as-
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m. sistant to Congressman Jim Haley,
Cn orf ILg Avenue and 1 6th Steet presented everybody with one of
the new silver plated grapefruit
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for .utrui Into a grapefruit. After chee, north of Atlantt, Is almost
giving a pitch for Florida citrus complete and will be dedicated dur-
at 'he meeting, Fuller announced TO Ask For Money in the Bumer.d-
the door prize-a box of Florida It is expected that the delegation
oranges donated by the Lakeland will include about 60 members who
Chamber of Commerce. Everybody A .large delegation from cor- will be joined in Washington by
went away happy-except a few munities in the Apalachicola-Chat- Congressional Delegations from
secretaries who work for Californ- tahoochee-Flint River Valey will Georgia Florida and Alabama
ia congressmen. represent 3-Rivers Development As-
Isociation at the annual hearings THEOTIS STALLWORTH
SPECIAL LETTER Congress- before the Senate and House Sub. TAKES PART IN EXERCISE
man Billy Matthews last week Committees on Appropriations in th DIV GERMANY Army
)wrote a letter that he couldn't Washington early next month. PFC Theltis Stallworth, 23, son of
read. It happened this way Brin. I The group will be headed by Jim Otis Stallworth, 315 Avenue F, Port
son A. Terrell, blind operator of the Woodruff, Jr., the Association's Ex- .St. Joe recently participated with
cigarette and candy stand in the ecutive Vice-PEresident and son of the 8th Infantry Division in "Lion
Lake City post office, was given Jim Woodruff, Sr., for whom tha Noir", a two-wee field retaining
an award by the Florida Counci' recently dedicated Jim Woodruff exercise in Western Germany.
for the Blind. Mr. Billy wanted to Lock and Dam on the Apalachicola Assigned to Medical Company of
write him a letter of congratula- River at Chattahoochee is named, the divisions 13th RegimeInt, Stall-
tions-but how ciuld Mr. Terrell worth entered the Army in 'ebru-
read it? That's where the Libra-y Emphasis will be placed on ap- t 1 completed basic train-!
of Congress helped. They wrote it propriations for continued construc- ary 1 He completed basic train-
fo rthe Congressman in braille- ticn of Fort Gaines Lock and Dam, ng at Fort arson, Col., and a-
th raised letter printing that .he on the Chattahoochee at Fo~-t rived in Europe last September.
blind can read by feel-on their' Gaines, and additional- planning Stall-worth is a 1852 graduate of
spceial braille typewriter. And now 'funds for the proposed Columbia Washington High School.
Mr. Torrell is showing it to all of Lock and Dam on the Chaltahoo-
his friends in Lake City-and tie chee near Columbia, Alabama. AKRIETTA CHRUFIN TO
Congressman can just hope that Based on present plans, these Marion, Ala.RT IN RE oney aTAL
it says what he dictated. Although two phases of the overall project Marion, Ala., Glenda Mooney, a
Billy Matthews was the first chair- will be completed and in operation jun or from Luverne wil lba pr8:
man of the Florida Council for the by 1962. scented in a speech recital at 8:00
Blind, he says that he never did p.m. on April 12 in the Alumnae
Blind, he says heCompleted phases of the project, Auditorium at Judson College.
in addition to Jim Woodruff ,ock The program will be a condensa-
system. and Dam, include the channel in tion of Thornton Wilder's "The
the Apalaohicola between the Skin of Our Teeth." The play is
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Men's Fine Cotton Knit

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TH_ S RT S. Jc GULF- COUNY, APRI 18. 195


1957 Florida Legislature May Adopt

Biggest Change In Schools In 10 Years

TALLAIIASSEE The 1957 Leg- j 82 million it cost just 10 years ago.
islature, harried from all sides by Either plan would require new


teachers, parents and taxpayers.
mnay come up with the biggest
change in public school philosophy
since the Minimum Foundation Pro-
gram was adopted 10 years ago.
"It's time to make some kind of
a start," said Rep. J. E. Pratt of
Bradenton. "The parents and the
taxpayers are being closed out in
having a voice in how the schools
shall be run."
Most legislators are frankly du-
bious of Gov. LeRoy Collins' plan
of a merit or incentive system of
raising teacher salaries by giving
.more money to superior teachers.
Others are outspoken against
teacher demands for, a flat $1,100
raise for all teachers that would
put the cost of the Minimum Foun-
dation Program at more than 325


taxes.
Pratt and some others, backed by
the Legislative Reference Bureau,
are convinced that money alone is
not the answer to the problema of
keeping the public schools supplied
with top-flight teachers. The power-
ful Florida Education Association
replies that a $4,200 starting salary
would "stabilize the profession" so
that equality would follow.
The reference bureau, research
arm of the lawmaking body, report-
ed that paying teachers according
to their college degrees makes the
entire salary scale so rigid without
any rewards for special ability that
many teachers quit because they
have no chance to advance.
Pratt and some education offi-
cials believe the basic philosophy


million dollars, compared to the of certifying teachers is at the bot-


PHONE
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the CITIZENS' FEDERAL.
YOUR SAVINGS kept with us enables us to render
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PORT ST. JOE,
FLORIDA


Mrs. Poitevint Is
Hostess To Circle 1
Circle One of the First Baptist
Woman's Missionary Union met
Monday afternoon in the homo of
Mrs. T. 0. Poitevint on Garrison
Avenue.
AMrs. Poitevint, circle chairman,
presided over the meeting.
Mrs. C. Byron Smith gave the de-
votional followed with prayer. Mrs.
Smith gave an interesting talk on
stewardship.
A brief business session was held
and reports given. Mrs. Smith asks
everyone to pray and visit for the
coming revival.
Mrs. Clarence Pridgeon closed
the meeting with prayer. Refresh-
ments were served to the five mem-
'ers and two visitors present.

Presbyterian Circle
Meets Monday
Circle No. 1 of the First Presby-
terian Church met Monday after.
noon with Mrs. Warren Settlemire
in her home on Marvin Avenue.
Mrs. John Robert Smith, chair-
man, opened the meeting with a
devotional. Old and new business
was discussed.
Mrs. M. H. Elder gave an inspii'-


ing, interesting and instructive
Bible lesson. F..ii... In the busi-
ness meeting a social period was
enjoyed. The hostess served most


tempting refreshments.

W-- ----- A -- Rlt


mtar V ant A as i ei esuny

toWn of most teaching troubles.
"I hope to introduce some type
o legislation to balance this ques-
tion of certification," Pratt. said.
"It has come to the point where
the subject matter to be taught is
secondary to the method of how it
is to be taught."
Various bills already have been
introduced dealing with the com-
plex subject and more will come.
Rep. John Shipp. Jackson. chair-
man of the House Education Com-
mittee has a bill whereby State
School Superintendent Thomas D.
4Bailey could send an agent into
other states to recruit teachers for
Florida.


Miss Durant Entertains rime Is Short To.
Bridal Party April 6 Apply For Social
Miss Helen Durant entertained
with a brides' maid luncheon, Ap- eCUrify P yme tS
ril 6 honorin attendants in the
,wedding of Miss Ann Costin and Now is the time to file for dis-
Joel Strait. ability' benefits, John V. Carey,
Assisting in entertaining was Social Security District manager
her mother, Mrs. W. L. Durant in said this week. This particularly
her home on Woodward Avenue.
her home on Woodward Avenue. applies to any person who became
tAttractive arrangements of stock totally disabled and who became
,was used as decorations. A per-
sonal git was decorations. A per- Miss worked since before January 1955..
sonal gift was presented to Miss
Costin by the hostess. Miss Costin According to Carey if he do ot
file for his disability benefits by
presented a pair of gloves to each
attendant and a corsage to Miss June 30, 1957, he will lose his right
Durant. to disability benefits and possibly
- Attending with Miss Costin was to all' Social Security benefits.
SAttending with Miss Costin was In order to qualify for disa-bilitv
Mrs. Billy Fred Parish, Miss Sibbie In order to quabliy for disability
Brinson, Miss Peggy Philyaw, Miss 'benefits, the disabled worker must
Mable Doaks of Tallahassee Miss 'be between the ages of 50 and 65,
Carey Dontinued.HeamustaMisse
Frances Wilson and Miss Martha .Carey continued. He must have
Costin and Miss Pat McCrea. social Security credit for one and
CotaMsK_ one-half years out of the three
years, and five out of the ten years
hMr v Lad I just before he became disabled.
Mrs. Van Landin gam The disability must have existed
Hostess To Circle 3 for at least six months before age
65 and be expected to continue. He
must be disabled badly enough to
Mrs. E. H. Vanlandingham was prevent him from doing any kind
Jrostess to members of Circle 3 of of work.
the First Baptist Church in their The fact that a worker is draw-
meeting Monday afternoon, in her ing total and permanent disability
home on Woodward Avenue. benefits from an insurance corn-
The .meeting opened with Mrs. pany, a former employer, or anoth-
Ralph Nance giving the devotional pr government agency, does not of
taken from Hebrews 12:1-2 follow- itself qualify a worker for Social
ed-with a prayer by Mrs. VanLand- Security disability benefits.
ingham. Mrs. Wesley Ramsey gave Disabled persons under age 50
an interesting and informative talk who have not worked in the last 6
on "Remaking Your Girls' Auxil- months because of a disability
diaries should contact the nearest Social
A. short business session was Security office and file to freeze
presided over by Mrs. Ramsey. The their Social Security benefits be-
circle discussed the duties of fos- fore July 1, 1957.
tering the Girls' Auxiliary. 34 cou- The Social Security office in this
pons were turned in for the cli-area is located at 522 Mercer Ave-
dren's home. nue, Panama City, Florida.
The meeting closed with prayer _____
by Mrs. Ramsey. CARD OF THANKS
Refreshments of pound cake and To the Florida Forest Service
ice cream were served by the host- your kind expression of sympathy
ess. is greatly acknowledged and deep-
ly appreciated. May God richly
Elepr.ant's Truna bless each and every one of you
The tingerlike end of the 010- for the beautiful flowers and 10Vy
phant's many-muscled trunk Is so k
supple and skillful that this big, iag kindness,
awkward looking animal can *eve MRS. HOWARD SHI'RAH
untie knots with it. and children.


The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors


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The FORD SKYLINER world's only Hide-Away hardtop


WOOLFORD'S SERVICE STATION G & W SERVICE STATION


Monument Avenue and Second Street
Phone BAIl 7-7171
V. B. WOOLFORD, Mgr.


Monument Ave. and 3rd St.
Phone BAll 7-7271
JIMMY GREER, Mgr.


Once in a long, long while a car comes
along that people remember and talk
about for years after its introduction.
The first model "A" Ford was such a car...
The first Ford V-8 was such a car...
The first Ford Thunderbird was such a car.
Today Ford Division is proud to an-
nounce still another car that many say
is destined to become the most famous
Ford of all: The Skyliner-world's only
hide-away hardtop.
If you plan to buy a new Ford, or al-
ready own one, the fact that Ford cre-
ated this car is important to you. For
all the exhaustive research, planning
and testing that went into the Skyliner
is evidence of the engineering skill you
get in every Ford model.
The Ford SKYLINER, the only all-steel
hide-away hardtop, is a car for history.
This is an old dream of Detroit, a
dream of two generations of motorists. ,
And today Ford has made that dream
come true-in steel.
But the story behind this dream is a
story of men who refused to accetl "no"
for an answer. In the Ford tradition they
kept striving toward the goal long after
others had given up the chase.
To understand this Ford spirit you
must go back to 1908. That was the year


when many Detroiters smiled smugly as
Henry Ford announced, "We will build
a motor car for the great multitude .
so low in price that no man making a
good salary'will be unable to own one."
And they did.
Today, nearly a half century later,
Ford continues to cause the "experts" to
change their tune. When you see this
all-steel hardtop that retracts into a con-
vertible, you'll be seeing a car that many
said would never be mass-produced.
But Ford did it,


It was December 1956 after eight
years of research, planning, experiment-
ing and testing-when Ford unveiled this
masterpiece .. unveiled it amid all the
pomp and splendor of the New York
Automobile Show.
And now this history-making car, this
prototype of a whole future generation
of cars, is ready for your own personal
inspection in the showrooms of many
Ford Dealers.
Plan to see it soon. And ask your Dealer
to show you the exciting advances in all
models of the new Ford line for '57,


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'.G ant Comes" H Theatre. Elizabeth Taylor, Rock as and its people it is report- screen masterpieces as 'Shane", "A. .
Iiant Comes Here 'Hudson and James Dean star. Ste-edlyessentially a stirringchronicle Place In The Sun." "Talk of The
___ vens was recently presented an of three decades of American fain- Town" and "I Remember Mama."
After more than three y-ears in "Oscar" for "best director of the ily'life and the profound human "Giant" has become one of he
year" for "Giant". emotions generated out of the moat eagerly awaited motion pic-
production, the George Stevens Filmed on an epic scale coinmen- problems of our changing times,. tures ever to be produced. The ex
filmization of "Giant" will make surate with the novel's locale, the George Stevens, who directed the citement that began with Warner
its long awaited premiere Sunday vast empire of Texas, "Giant" is film and produced it with Henry Bros.' announcement that George
through Wednesday at the Port more than a regional story of Tex- Ginsberg, is responsible for such Stevens was to film the Edna Fer-


-.5','


A LITTLE GAME OF SHAG marks the beginning of Spring and the Little Boys' Baseball prac-
tice season here in Port St. Joe last week. Pictured above are several "catchers" trying out
for the eight Little Boy's Baseball teams with two of the workers, Cliff Harper and Coy
Williams giving them a work out. (Star Photo)


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ber best-selling novel gained in nation, stars as Jett Rink, an am-
ever increasing momentum as the bitious and hard working ranch
months of production slowly be- hand who by sheer energy and de-.
came years, termination turns a small piece of
Some of the screen's most excit- property into a fulfillment of his
ing stars will be seen in "Giant". dream for riches.
E'izabeth Taylor, oft-spoken of as "Giant" also stars Jane Withers,
the most beautiful woman in the Chill-Wills, Mercedes MeCambrldge
world plays the lead role of Leslie Carrol Baker ahid Sal Mineo. Young
Penedict. Rock Hudson, the popu- Mr. Mineo will'be remembered for
:ar actor who won acclaim in 'The his startling portrayal in "Rebel
.Magnificent Obsession." portrays Without A Cause", in which James
Miss Taylor's husband, Bick. He is Dean starred.
the ruler of a vast empire of land Hundreds of actors and actresses
and cattle, were called upon to fill major and
James Dean, who rose to star- minor roles in "Giant". A mansion
dom in his very first motion pic- was built in the Warner Bros. pro-
ture, "East of Eden", for which he perty shop at Hollywood and ship-
, also won an Academy Award nom- iped piecemeal to Texas on flat cars


for erection on a lonely stretch of
Desert. Oil derricks and hundreds of
gallons of artificial oil were also.
shipped from Hollywood. Cattle and
horses b ythe thousands were used
and a search for two rattlesnakes
was resolved in a purchase from a
1 local snake fancier who seemingly-
had cornered the market on such
reptiles. More than 20 make-up
men were called upon to perform
their special magic to age all ac-
|tor slowly during the film which
ranges over a period of 25 years.
Stevens took the cast from Virginia
to Texas and back to California,
and after three years finally an-
nounced the completion of the
film.


NOW and


BEFORE


McGRAW MODERN WAY FOOD PLAN


OFFERS YOU A DISCOUNT ON FOOD and FREEZER


Now You Can Have That Savings on Food


Compare Our Prices On Food And You Can See

Why It Will Pay You To Buy From Us Today!

Remember? You Have To Eat THIS IS A DEFINITE OBLIGATION


FROZEN ITEMS
Green Beans
Corn
Okra
Cauliflower
Lima Beans
Turnip Greens
Squash
Mixed Vegetables
Orange Juice
Grapefruit Juice
Strawberries


Price
16c
16c
16c
21c
21c
13c
11c
16c
16c
11c
21c


CANNED GOODS Mostly 2-lb. cans
Beets --------------------13c
English Peas ----------16c
Tomatoes ------------------20c
Lima Beans --------------------- 19c
Turnip Greens ------------------- lic
Pork and Beans ---------------- 8c
Corn Cream Style --------------- 13c
Hominy ------------6c
Spanish Rice -----------------15c
Spinach -----------13c
(Not Samples Every Day Prices)


SEE THE TRAINED REPRESENTATIVE
AT YOUR LOCAL

PIGGLY WIGGLY
TUESDAY and SATURDAY
A Filled Freezer On Display
STAPLES Price
Sugar -----------------l- b. 5c
Flour --------------- 25 lbs. $1.19
Soap Powder ------- Giant Box 52c
Shortening ----- 3 Lb. Can 79c
Canned Milk, Ige. ----large can 8c
Dry Navy Beans---------- b.Pkg. 1lc
Rice, 1 lb. __------------------ 1c
Dry Lima Beans, lb. 1-------------l
Peanut Butter, 12 oz. -------25c


(A Trained Food Counsellor Will Call on You or see you at Piggly Wiggly Super Mar-

ket on Tuesdays and Saturdays here in Port St. Joe, and Explain In Detail How We

Can Save You Money and Feed Your Family Better for LESS Than You Are Now

Spending Retail For Your Groceries.)


NAME
ADDRESS CITY
PHONE NUMBER IN FAMILY..__.
Would like for you to contact us regarding Food Program
when both husband and wife are home: A.M....-- P.M........ DATE
Husband Employed By
We spend $ for food eaoh week.
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Phone
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Port St. Joe, Florida


Too Late To Classify
(Continued From Page 5)
woul dbe to staggering for the
mind to conceive.
In the pile would be beautiful
homes, buildings, boats, shipping
and packing crates, paper products
of every sort, plastics, chemicals,
almost anything you might name
found in common everyday use.
In Florida millions and millions
of dollars worth of valuable tim-
*ber is destroyed each year as a re-


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Salt Water Anglers

Spend $200 Million

MIAMI (FNS) Salt water
sports fishermen spend 200 mil-
lion dollars a year in Florida. So
says a preliminary report to the
State Board of Conservation by the
Marine Laboratory of the Univer-
sity of Miami.

suit of carelessness and incendiary
activity. Records show that only
about 5 per cent of our woods fires
are caused by lightning, the other
95 per cent are man caused.
We have an excellent forestry
department that is doing all it can
to safeguard our valuable timber
lands but we need more fire con-
trolled areas and the department
needs more funds for men and
equipment.
But most important is educating
the public to the need for greater
care. It is easy to start a forest
fire, a cigar or cigarette tossed
from a car, a smouldering camp-
fire, sparks from a locomotive are
some of them. Don't throw a burn-
ing cigarette, cigar or match from
your car. Use your ashtray or
grind them out on the heel of your
shoe. When camping be equally
careful when smoking and be sure
you put your campfire completely
out before leaving it. This is what
you can do to help as a good citi-
zen. Urge your legislature to pro-
vide adequate forest protection, re-
port incendiarism and, back up your
law enforcement officers and your
courts in the prosecution of those
who deliberately set wildfires.


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
You will please take notice that the
-',tcrsigned ari ;- ':. i;i business in I.it
;S.. Toe, Florida under the firm name f
"Wimberly Pontiac Company", and will, on
22 April, 1957, register said fictitious name
with the Clerk. of- the Circuit Colft of Gulf
County, Florida, at Wewahitchka, Flor:da.
This the 20th day of March, A. D., 1957.
GEORGE H. WIMBERLY, SR.
GEORGE H. WIMBERLY, JR.
March 28, April 4, 11, 18, 25.


FISHING, HUNTING and
DRIVER'S LICENSES
and Marriage License
Applications
MYRTLE CHILDERS
Office in Gulf Hardware


This *r on your printing is a sign of quality.


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2 We're out to celebrate Lawrence Welk's 4 years on
television for Dodge dealers! Here's what we're
" going to do. During the next 30 days, we're going
to hold the greatest Selling Spree ever on new
Dodge cars, That means values like never before,
high trade-in on your present car, a wonderful
deal on a new Dodge. We're out to break all
previous sales records with the greatest buys of all
time! Get in on it-now is the time to buy!


30 days only... April 15-May 15!

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Port St. Joe, Fla.


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Th6 report it based on a survey
Under wa- for the past several
months in which 6,000 salt water
fishermen were interviewed by con-
servation agents. The survey re-
veals fishermen nput in about 22,-
000,000 "man days" with rod and
reel around the state's coast line.
The survey also found that the
people who fish for fun in salt wa-
ters spend from $5 to $18 a day
for boat rentals, travel, food, fish-
ing tackle and bait. Many fisher-
men regard this estimate as ultra
doe


LEGAL ADVERTISING
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
IN CHANCERY.
JASON DYKES )
PLAINTIFF, )
VS )
MJILDRED 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 ars
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 to 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 Fourth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida.
April 4, 11, 18, and 25.

NOTICE
iNOTICE 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 WIMICO
SUlBDrVDISION in Section 11, T7S
R10W, Gulf County, Florida, des-
cribed as:
All the alleyway running th;u
Block Two (2) of Wimico Suz-
division, as record-ed in Plat
Book No .1, page 31, Public
Records of Gulf County, Florida
This Notice published twice pur-
suant to Chapter 22999, Laws of
Florida.


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Easter Seal Activities In This Area

Now 4 Years Old; Center In Tallahassee

On Easter Sunday, most children haps the result of an accident-be-
will skip and run happily in to Sun- fore or after birth. Perhaps a di-
day School. But some will have to sease. The cause is unimportant.
be carried or walk slowly with the The important thing is that these
help of crutches or heavy braces. I children can be helped. If given pro-
They are the crippled children per treatment, many of them will
whose bones, muscles or nerves grow up to lead normal and useful
just won't work right. Why? Per- lives.


But they need proper treatment
--he kind that can be given only
under the supervision of a thera-
pist of a therapist using specially
designed equipment. Not many
years ago, such specialized treat-
ment was not available.
Today, crippled cliildren in the
Big Bend Area are more fortunate.
The Easter Seal Society of the
Capital City Area maintains a ther-
apy center to help them. There.


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any crippled child or adult. mayI ----- --
receive help free of charge. I vorrising doesn't cost-It pays'


uuraimiy ana comTort.
Pretty enough for dres-
sy occasions but tough
enough for every day,
Sizes 2 to 12.

LADIES
100% NYLON

Half Slips

$1.00 ea.
Correctly proportioned
slips with luclous lacy
trim at the tail. Wash-
es like a hanky. You'll
want several of these
beauties.


The local Easter Seal Society, an Mrs. Smith Hostess
affiliate of the National Society for
Crippled Children, was formed near, TO Presbyterian Circle
ly four years ago because so -many
children in this area needed dtreat- 1 1MrTs John RBobert Smith was
,ment. Leaders of civic clubs were hostess to the Women of the Pres-
asked t attend an organizational byterian Church, Monday afternoon
meeting. After the need was ex in her home on Garrison Avenue.
plained, a plan -was formed and Kay Cark presided. Mrs.
people started to work. The coun- Norman Campbell conducted the
ty furnished a building-a Occuampbell conducted the
ty furnished a building-ap- Occu study, "Of Thus Saith The Lord",
national therapist was employed on followed with.a prayer. The study
a part time basis-the American was taken from the book of Amos.
Legion underwrote the first two Attending was Mrs. R. D. Prows,
months' expenses-other organizi- Mrs. McLane Elder, Mrs. Richard
tions and parents of crippled ch Spiers. Mr. Jimmy Greer, Mrs.
dren, donated money or services- Settlemire, Mrs. Kay Clark, Mrs.
a small amount of equipment* W.s Winrte rs, Mrs. Norman
purchased and the Center opened Camplell, Mrs. Tom Mitchell, Mrs.
in 1954.
The case load grew and the Cn Sam Johnson and Mrs. Jimmy Yea-
The case load grew and the Cen d
ter grew. There was never enough Mrs. Harry Punt was welcomed
mohey to help all the crippled chil- .
into the group as a new member.
dren who needed help. Donations Th c h f
were and are the Center's only The coffee hour followed the
were and are the Center's only meeting.
source of income. I me-
Today the Center is better than
ever before. Miss Edna Knowlton, Week End Guests
formerly a physical therapist for Mr. and Mrs. Billy Fred Parish
Florida Crippled Children's Corn- were the week end guests of Mrs.
mission, is employed on a full time Parish's mother, Mrs. Chris Mar-
basis. Speech therapy is provided tin. Mr. Parish is a student at
by the Speech Department at Flor- Florida State University.
ida A and M and Florida State--
University. Talwar Grotto recently PAY CASH PAY LESS P
donated more than a thousand dol-
lars worth of equipment. A new
room to take care of expanded ac-
tivities is being provided by the a
city of Tallahassee. Present plans I
call for employment, of a full time I
Occupational Therapist.
All this costs money. Money that .
must come from donations-your
donatoins. Will you help some crip-L E
pled child? You can by buying Eas-
ter Seals. m
Chairman for Gulf County Is BOYLES B
Warren E. Pareseau of Port St.
Joe. .
----GIRLS
Attend Ordination BRIEFS
Rev. and Mrs. Gardner Underhill U 3 Pair
attended the ordination to the >.
priesthood of Willis Barnum Co- 4 *U
ker McCarty at Trinity Church, L
.\palachicola, Monday morning. Run resistant tricot for


EASTER EGG HUNT TO
HIGHLIGHT FAMILY SERVICE
An Easter egg hunt with prizes
and refreshments will highlight the
Easter Sunday family service at St.
James' Episcopal Church, begin-
ning at 3 p.m.
A presentation of the mite boxes
and flowers for the cross will be
followed by the Easter Egg Hunt.
All children and their parents of
the parish are invited to attend,


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Move Into Manse
The Rev. and Mrs. Harry Punt:
and family have moved to' the
SPresbyterian Manse on Garrison
Avenue. Riev. Punt is the new
minister of the First Presoyterian
Church.

Heavenly Diamonds
Small diamonds have beei, found.
in meteorites.
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ARANCE


ig Clearance Starts April 17


Selling All Ladies

missy sizes too) A


2 for



$15.000

Values to $10.95
The most beautiful array of
frocks BOYLES has ever shown.
Cottons, rayons and blends. Lat-
est styles from some of the na-
tions top designers.


GLOVES

$1.00 pr.
Ladies and Children
BOYLES scooped the
market on this one. Sc
soft, so feminine. Just
the right style to com-
pliment your Easter
outfit.

LADIES
BRIEFS
3 Pair

$1.00
Tricot Knit to insure
lasting comfort. Hip
sizes tailored to fit,
Pretty enough to please
the most discriminat-
ing. Sizes 5 to 10.


We Don't Meet Competition We Make It!


MEN'S


SLACKS


10% Off


$4.95 to $9.95

MEN, BOYLES is offering you
the finest selection of slacks in
PORT ST. JOE. We have all
the popular fabrics for comfort-
able summer /wear. SHORTS
TOO. ALTERATIONS FREE.


Big Buys for the
SMALL SET
GIRLS


Dresses


$1.95- $5.95
SIZES I to 14
Buy the prettiest frocks in
Port St. Joe at terrific
savings. Clip this coupon
and Boyles will give you a
pair of nylon stretch sox
free with each 'girl's dress
purchased.


High fashions for
little ones

TODDLER
HEADQUARTERS
DRESSY SHOES
$1.95
BOUFFANT SLIPS
$1.95
RUBBER PANTS
79c and up
DRESSES
2 for $5.00
BOYLES has the most
complete toddler shop
In the city. We special-
ize in the new, the dif-
ferent the unusual.
Shop our selections for
EASTER.


*DAYTONA GRAND NATIONAL CHAMPI .A stock 317-h.p. Pontiac with Tri-Power Carburetion-extra-cost option on any model-beat all competing
cars regardless of size, power or price in the biggest stock car competition of the year I




You May Win a PON TI FREE


100 PONTIACS given away FREE to prove

to you what the experts already know

about America's Number 1 Road Car!
-..4 Slip into the driver's seat and put this baby through its
paces! In short order you'll agree with fhe experts-from
competition drivers to automotive writers-you've got your hands on
the surprise car of the year! Name the test-the Champ'll
come through every time! What else could you expect from the
car that took everything in the NASCAR Daytona Grand
National*? What else from the car that outclassed America's
top performers in the toughest grind the California Highway
Patrol could devise to select its new fleet? You're ahead any way
you figure it! You've piloted the most spirited four wheels
that ever hit the highway-and you've put yourself in good
order to have this eye-opener parked in your
driveway for free! How can you lose? -


HERE'S ALL YOU DO:
SGo to your authorized
tA Pontiac dealer during
April and test drive the
B 1957 Pontiac.

., Fill out the official entry
blank and deposit it with
s' your dealer.
That's all there is to it!
SUBJECT TO LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS.


To You ...

FOR EASTER


10% Off

On All Ladies Dress Shoes
A real Easter Clearance buy for you. The smart
new styles, some of the must in at reduced
prices. Just in time for EASTER wearing.


GET YOUR FREE

EASTER HOSE
Yepl, at BOYLES big EASTER CLEARANCE
a pair of new, beautiful hose F'REE with each
purchase of $10.00 br more.


BOYS SUITS

$3.95 to $16.50
Gabardines and flannels. Rayons and blends.
Smart new. styles with HIM in mind. Buy
from BOYLE SAND SAVE. To set the young
man's suit off BOYLES is giving a free sharp
bow tie with each suit purchased,


OPEN WEDNESDAY TIL 6:00 P.M.


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SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER


PAY ROLL CHECKS
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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida '
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEYR. RAMSEY -......, Editor and Publisher,
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
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SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
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Florida, under Act of March 38, 1879.
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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.
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LITTLE CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULT BAII 7-3161
26 Per Wotd, Minimum 600d


FOR SALE: 1 second hand Crosley
10' refrigerator. $139.50. 'New
unit just installed. Modern Furni-
ture Company.
25% OFF on all oil heaters. Modern
Furniture Company.


FOR RENT
JUST COMPLETED
3 BEDROOM HOUSE
ST. JOE BEACH
5 miles from town


J. D. CLARK
Phone 7-9311 or 7-7771


FOR SALE: Repossessed Norgd
1 wringer type washer. $10.00 down
$1.50 a week. $89.50. Modern Fur-
niture Company.
TWO MORE DAYS till Easter. The
largest selection, the highest
quality, the newest styles, the bes,
values are still to be found at
Stones'. Shop and compare fabrics
and prices and you will trade at
Stones' Shop for Men, the store of
style and quality at popular prices.
FOR SALE: New 2-pc. sofa bed
sectional suite. Reg. $179:50. Now
$149.50. Modern Furniture Co.
FOR RENT: Small unfurnished
house. 1305 Long Ave. $25.00 a
month. Phone 7-487.6. Itc
FOR SALE: Automatic washing ma-
chine. $250. Practically new. Ori-
ginal price $3,69.00. See at Wimico
Lodge, White City. Mrs. Hart.


EASTER SUNDAY DINNER


MALONEY'S

BEACH RESTAURANT

The Easter Bunny will leave eggs for all the children,
large and small. Come to dinner at the largest dining
room on the beach, with the friendly atmosphere and
really enjoy Easter dinner.

ROAST TOM TURKEY and DRESSING
'BAKED HAM WITH 'PINEAPPLE
Candied Yams Fluffed 'Baked Potatoes w/Cheese
'Butter 'Beans Glazed Carrots
Baked Asparagus, Peas and Mushroom Casserole
Cranberry Sauce or Pear 'Salad
Fluffed Jello
Hot Biscuits nd Hot Rolls
Coffee or Iced Tea


Adults $1.50 Children, 80c


\ JUNIOR


VISION
OF
LOVELINESS


.. You in Carole King's fairest lady fashion of
eyelet embroidered cotton that moulds your mid-
riff to a mere nothing, enhances a lovely throatline
with a rose, whirls about your legs in a great froth
of skirt. Cqmpletely lined with matching organdy.


FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 220
6th St. Convenient to school and
town. Immediate occupancy. See
0. M. Taylor, Phone 7-9866. tfc4-11
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
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Convenient to town and school's.
See Mrs. Charles Brown or phone
7-4511. lrtp
FOR SALE: Good used electric,
range. Full size. Phone 7-39S6 or
see Mrs. H. F. Ayers. tfec
FOR SALE: Plot of land on state
road 38'6. Four miles east of high-
way 98 and the beautiful Gulfi
beaches at Beacon Hill. Beacon Hill
is 10 miles North of Port St. Joe
and 26 miles south of Panama City.
The land extends 375 feet -along
West side of highway and 200 feet
deep. Approximately 1 3-4 acres.
Has a good growth of pulp wood
on it now.
Will be sold Friday, May 17, 1957
between 3:30 and 5:00 p.m. at 107
Second Street, Port St. Joe, Fla.,
to the person making the highest.
offer in cash. All offers must be
accepted by the seller in writing.
The seller-reserves the right to re-
ject any or all offers. All interest-
ed persons may contact W. J. Her-
ring of Local 379, IBPM, at 523
Ninth Street, Port St. Joe, Phone
BAll 7-2371.
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 13Y ton Chevrolet
truck. Good shape. $495.00. Can
be financed. See Bill Carr, St. Joe
Hardware. 3-7-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 nice
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.

SPECIAL SERVICES
:OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re,
aired, also.
ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work
guaranteed. Quick dependable
service. Red's Shoe -Shop. Reid Ave
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. IA-
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
,-3032. tic
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say-
. ing money see us for anything
vou need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.


Keys Made While You Walt Grade 6C Wins
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS (Continued from paw 17
WESTERN AUTO mates in to the finals.
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES Second seeded room 6C sponsor-
PANA-CRAFT BOATS ed by Mrs. Louan ,Roe and coached
Re Parts and Repairs by Wilford Elliott defeated room
5B sponsored by J. H. Witherow
'RADE US that useless article for and coached by James Knight by
something useful. STOP and the overwhelming score of 27 to 4.
WAP. Grade "*C swept into the finals be-
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE hind the fine -playing of Mike An-
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310 person, Gayle Griffin and Eric
Fourth St.. meeting night every other Hammond.
Monday.
The tournament was successfully
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0. concluded last Thursday night, Ap-
0. F.-Meets first and third
Thursday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic ril 11, with one of ,the hardest
Hall. All members urged to attend; fought games of the series being
visiting brethren invited, played. Second seeded grade 6C
C. W. LONG, N. G. won the championship game as
J. C. PRICE, Secty. they won from first seeded grade
tHERE WILL BE a regular corn- 6A 'by a score of 10 to 8.
municatlon of Port St. Joe Lodge The contest was predominately
No. 111, F&AM every second and a defensive battle as the low score
fourth Friday night at 8:00 p.m. indicates. The game was action
EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.
ROY'L. BURCH, Secty. packed and the outcome was in
All Master Masons cordially invited, doubt until the final :buzzer.
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116, Gayle Griffin, Eric Hammond
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet. and IBobby 'Cooper sparked room
Ing first and third Monday nights GC's spirited drive to the cham-
800 p.m., American Legion Home pionship. Other members of the
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of winning team were Tommy Stev-
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. ens, Michael Anderson, Jimmy
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- Sims, T o mmy ,Blackburn and
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddie, George Dykes.
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
Ralph Elliott, Gene Tindeli and
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION Harold Keels were outstanding for
,Notice is hereby given of inten- room 'SA. Other members of the
tion to apply to the 1957 Florida fighting 6A team were Curtis
Legislature for passage of an act Johnson, Harry Brewton, Joel Par-
amending Sections 119 and 120, bee, Robert Sewell and Jimmy
01-f- 1obert Sewell And Jimmy


nChapter 17,833, Special Acts, 1951,
being the Charter of the Ciy of
Port St. -Joe, Florida, by providing
a new method of Special Assess-
ments for local improvements, and
ratifying, validating and confirm-
ing any actions heretofore taken
by the City Commission pertaining
to Special Assessments under the
provisions of this amendment.
R. W. HENDERSON
City Auditor and Clerk.
NOTICE
With reference to speeding and
failure to heed stop signs in the
City limits of Port St. Joe, I wish
at this time to mention the fact
that it has been brought to my at-
tention that there are some Individ-
uals who do not seem to have res-
pect for these traffic regulations
and curtailments in the City limits
area.
During the recent months my of-
ficers and myself have been con-
stantly reminded by the City Com-
mission to strictly enforce the
traffic regulations of this city,
which we certainly attempted to
do. and the cooperation by the ma-
jority of the citizens of this com-
munity in this respect is highly ap
preciated, however ,there are still
those traffic violators that certain-
ly will not be allowed to contin-
ually disregard the City traffic and
speed regulations and not to be
dealt with according to law. I am of
the opinion that sufficient and lair
warning has been given to all mo-
torists in this area, therefore, it is
mny duty to see that speed and traf-
fic regulations will be strictly en-
forced and upheld on all law vio-
lators in this community.
H. W. GRIFFIN
Chief of Police
City of Port St. Joe, Fla.
NOTICE
On February 19, 1957 the Port St.
Joe City Commission did unani-
mously adopt an ordinance requir-
ing the owner or occupant of rteal
estate in the City limits of Port
St. Joe to remove therefrom any
accumulation of debris, decayed


Johnson.
The consolation game was also
a suspense filled encounter. Grade
6B slipped out a 17 to 15 win over
grade 5B. Grade S5B made a deter-
mined rally but were unable to
overcome GB's substantial lead.

vegetable matter, filth, rubbish,
trash, excessive growth of weeds,
dangerous trees, or noxious plants
or underbrush.
The owners of such property are
now being notified by letter re-
questing -that the provisions of this
ordinance be complied with within
a thirty (30) day period. Within
the next thirty (30) days all per-
sons who own property that is in
need of clearing or cleaning will
have received the proper notice as
directed by the City Commission.
The two chief purposes of this ac-
tion is attempted' to improve the
appearance of vacant property in
the City and also to prevent the
hibernation of mosquitoes and oth-
er Insects that are prevalent in
shaded areas during the summer
months.
Also with further reference to
clearing of property in the City
limits this is to advise that the
City of .Port -St. Joe will not be
responsible or undertake the obli-
gation of hauling or removing
trees, underbrush, or other accu-
mulations of trash resulting 'from
the clearing of such real estate,
other than trimmings from flower
bushes or lawn shrubbery.
Tt is also noticed that accumula-
tion of trash at different times
have been placed on City property.
This is in violation of City ordin-
ances and the City Commission has
directed -that the City Police De-
partment see that this practice is
discontinued.
The prompt .and kind coopera-
tion of the citizens of this com
unity will be appreciated in re-
spect to clearing of real estate 'ni
the City limits of Port St. Joe
R. W. HENDERSON 3t
City Auditor and Clerk 18


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The Kiwanis Club Presents..


The





Cello Bros. Circus Acts






Monday, April 22



SHOW STARTS AT 8:00 P.M.




Showgrounds 3rd &-Williams


ACROBATS


Adults 90


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Child. 50


FEA Gives Case

On Teacher Pay

The following is an excerpt from
the report of the Continuing Edu
national Council to Governor LeRoy
Collins. This Council is a commit-
tee appointed by the Governor to
stucy educational problems in
Florida.
Teachers, the Mainstay of
Democracy
One of the principles upon which
American democrary is founded is
the belief that a system of publIc
schools is necessary for the pre-
servation and extension of the
Ameriean way of life. The schools
of this nation have an opportunity
to teach all the children of all the-
classes the techniques and philso-
phy which are the cornerstone 'f
democracy.


Larry Griner, Harold Kirkland,
Clifford Wim'berly and Buddy Ken-.
nington played outstanding basket-
ball for the third place winners.
Herbert Gardner, Wyane Tindell.
and Eugene Griffin led the 5B team
in -their fine rally that fell two
points short at the buzzer.
A fine turn out of students and
parents witnessed the concluding
games of another successful tour-
nament. A bigger and better tour-
nament is anticipated nemt year.
The success of this tournament
would not have been possible with-
out the concern and co-operation
of the Elmeentary Physical Educa-
tion (Department. Coach Raymond
Harris of the Elementary School,
Intramural Board members, Coach
Marion Craig, Strudent Tournament
Manager Pat 'Spears, Officials Steve
Lucas, Frank Griffin, Jimmy Daw-
son and Bob 'Munn, Time-keepers
Lavaughn Taylor, Frances Spears
and (Pat Spears.
The following boys participated
in the tournament as players. 5A
Team: Michael Carbonneau, Rod-
ney Herring, David Porter, Hilton
Conger, Henry Dockery, Dennis
Whitfield, Carey Allen, Jon 'Ken-
nedy. B58 Team: Herbert Gardner,
Clyde Norris, Henry Lilius, Roy
Knight, Johnny ,Oakles, Peter Wim-
berly, Tommie Sisk, Eugenie Grif-
fin, Wayne Tindal, David Horton.
'5.C Team: Leon Hobbs, Johnny
Scott, Lloyd Gardner, Randy Wes-
ton, Freddie Chason, 'Ronald Mat-
his, John Kimbal. 6A Team: Ralph
Elliott, Curtis Johnson, Gene Tin-
dell, iHarry Brewton, Joel Barbee,
Harold Keels, Robert 'Sewell, Tom-
my Williams. 10B Team: Johnny
Chafin, Larry Griner, Bernie Buz-
ztt, Clifford Wimberly, Earnest
Bryon, Harold Kirkland, Clyde
Armstrong, Buddy Kennington. 6C
Team: Tommie Stevens, Eric Ham-
mond, Michael Anderson, Gayle
Griffin, Jimmie Sims, Tommie
Blackburn, Bobby Cooper and
George Dykes.


Thie publlo school, gove )io IU1"i
11as of tomorrow opportunlilFties to
practice group living in a pErmis-
klve atmosphere. The particularly
effective teacher helps each child
to develop his personality to the
highest possible degree.
All the responsible leaders in
Florida, and in the rest of the 48
states as well, realize that well-
balanced, skillful, educated teach-
ers must be on the staff of every
public school if the children of all
the people are to learn the ways f
democracy.
There is general agreement
among interested citizens that the
public schools have an opportun-
ity to prepare students for a life
in which they are able ot acquire:
.1. Thorough training in the fun-
damental skills-usually referred
to as the "three R's", with primary
emphasis on the acquisition of in-
tellectual ccmpetence-"how" to
learn, and thorough training in a-
common core of basic information
and skills, such as learning to read,
think, compute and write effec'"ve-
ly and accurately..
2. Training in citizenship-the
understanding of the. responsibili-
ties and duties of living in a dem-
ocratic society and of our gove'a-
mental system and cultural heri-
tage, with a positive belief in the
free enterprise system which has
made America great.
3. Vocational training which pro-
vides a proper balance of general
education with training in a partic-
ular field.
4. A strong understanding of the
importance of "attitude" couple
with a desire to be of serve to fel-
low men -and women.
These outcomes cannot be hoped
for unless this nation has a good
supply of well-trained teachers able
to assist young men and wombn to
develop these traits in a democra-
tic school system.

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Karl
Marshall last week were Mr. and
Mrs. 'Bob Best and three children
Mr. and Mrs. Bob 'Best, all of Den-
ver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. George
Barnes and three children of Mo-
bile, Ala., and Mrs. H. P. Ivey and
daughter, Barbara Ann of Ever-
green, Ala. The two Mrs. Best, Mrs.
Barnes and Miss Ivey are Mrs
Marshall's sisters. Mrs. Ivey is Mrs.
Marshalls' mother.
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