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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: February 6, 1958
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
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THE STAR
Serving Port St. Joe with the
news of Port St. Joe and
Gulf County.


THE'


STAR


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PER COPY


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


TWENTY-FIRST YEAR


-ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1958


NUMBER 19


GROUP


SEE


MRS. BURKETT'S SIXTH GRADE CLASS of the Port 'St. Joe Elementary School were visitors to The
,Star last week to see how a paper is printed. Above they watch Will Ramsey feed the big press that
prints the paper. (Star Photo)


City Youth Center Dedicated


By City Board Tuesday Night


Approximately 200 adults attended the formal dedication of
Port St. Joe's new youth center building Tuesday night at 7:30.
Leroy Bowdoin, principal of St, Joe High School, acted as master
of ceremonies at the dedication and introduced the speakers for
the occasion. The Youth Center has just recently been completed


by the City of Port St. Joe.
Mayor J. L. Sharit gave the ma-
jor address of the evening, stress-
ing, in part, the major construction
in the city throughout the past
year.
Sharit praised the work of the
youth organization, the PTA and
other organizations that have been
active in the construction of the
youth center at a cost of $25,800.
Shari't pointed out other points of
improvement throughout the city
being inaugurated 'by the Commis-
sion, notably, the proposed hospi-
tal improvements, the current clean
up campaign and the work now .un-
derway of construction sewer ser-
vice lines in the colored section of
town.
"This youth center was not con-
structed for any specific group or
clique" the Mayor stressed and said
that if it had been constructed for
any "priviledged" group the center
'might just as well lock the doors
now. Sharit stressed the importance
of the youth taking care of *the
youth center building at all times
and give it the respect that it was
due in so far as cleanliness and


those present with light refresh-
ments being served.
Those taking care of the guests
were:
Registration: Mrs. W. T. Mos-
ley, Jr., and Mrs. T. D. Hutchins.
Decorations, Mrs. H. W. Griffin,
Mrs Carl Armstrong and Mrs. H.
A. Maige.
Refreshments, Mrs Charles Gill,
Mrs. Sid Brown, Mrs. Jane Lapey-
rouse, Mrs. Vic Anderson and Mrs.
C. E. Musselwhite.
Hostesses were Mrs. Rush Chism,
Mrs. J. R. Smith. STAC House com-
mittee hostesses were Nancy Prid-
geon, Betty Ward, Crista Duren,
Kathleen Dowd, Barbara Eells and
Judy Fensom.
A silver offering of $97.10 was
taken at the dedication.

Building Permits Go
Over $ Million In '57

Although the year 1957 wasn't
exactly a banner year over the na-


upkeep are concerned. tion Port St. Joe still showed 4
"This is no substitute for home" healthy growth with $1,72E,545.00
he delcared "and will pot be usedas being spent on construction here
a baby sitting service by the city". during the past year.
Shrit gave credit to many people Of this amount, $370,895.00 was
and merchants in the city for their spent in building 58.new homes in
part in- the construction of 'the cen- Port St. Joe. $3,000.00 was spent ,
ter, church construction and improve-
Sharit-then presented the key to ments; $582,910.00 for seven com-
the youth center to Mrs. Paul Fen- mercial and industrial permits.
som, chairman of the youth corn- New sewer line installation val-
mittee in Port St. Joe. ued at $25,740 was figured in the
'Mrs. Fensom accepted the key 'total. The Glidden Company spent
from Mayor Sharit and expressed approximately $40,000.00 in improve-
her group's thanks to the Commis- ments and construction. Another
sion and all responsible for provid- $250,000.00 was spent by the Allied
ing this building that the commit- Chemical and Dye Corporation in
tee had been working toward for construction of their alum plant
four years. here.
Commissioners Bob Ellzey, Frank
Chandler and I. C. Nedley spoke R. F. Maxwell Elected To
briefly expressing their feelings Head Merchant's Division
in having had a part in the con-
struction of the center. They had 'In a meeting of the Merchant's
nothing but praise for the many Division of the Port St. Joe Cham-
people who had offered their ser- ber of Commerce Monday night at
vices free and their products at the City Hall, R. F. Maxwell was
cost to make the building a reality, elected to servo as chairman of that
Miss Nancy Pridgeon, president organization for the coming year.
of the STAG House organization, Maxwell replaces Jesse V. Stone
expressed the youth's appreciation who has served in this capacity for
of the facilities and pledged the the past two years.
youth's support in keeping the
building in good shape and trying W. L. Dawson spent last week
to show their appreciation for the end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
facilities over .the years to come. Richard Dawson after completing
Following the dedication cere- his first semester examinations at
mony an open house was held for PSU in Tallahassee.


Church Attendance
Shows Increase

Records this week seem to indi-
cate that the Church Attendance
Crusade is picking up -speed after
a drop for the past two Sundays.
Attendance in all churches took
on a sudden ,sput at the beginning
of the Campaign and then dropped
slightly to just a little over normal
attendance. This week the attend-
ance is climbing again.
OAK GROVE ASSEMBLY
Children's Church.-------- 147
Sunday School 164
Worship Services -..............----- 217
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School 196
Youth Fellowship 46
Worship services -- --- 287
Mexico Beach
Sunday School 39
Worship Services ------ 49
Highland View Methodist
'Sunday School 19
Worship Services 33

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 55
Youth Fellowship ---------------------- 27
Worship Services ------------------- 79

WHITE CITY BAPTIST
-Sunday School ----- ----- 71
Training Union ---.---- 45
Worship Services .---- --- 139

LONG AVENUE BAPTIST
Sunday School ---.- 167
Training Union .-.-. 87
Worship ,Services --- 318

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School .... 239
Training Union 86
Worship Services ...------- 416

ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL
Holy Communion ------..- 12
Church School 25
Young Churchmen ----- 1i
Worship services 76

HIGHLAND VIEW BAPTIST
'Sunday School 118
Training Union 48
Worship Services .... ..--- 180

ZION FAIR BAPTIST
Sunday School 66
BY PU ..... 21
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Babe Ruth League Meet

There will- be a meeting of the
Babe Ruth League tonight at 7:00
p.m. at the Florida Power Lounge.
The meeting will be held for the
purpose of outlining plans for the
League for the coming year.
All .parents interested in Babe
Ruth baseball are urged to attend


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Sharks Win All

Week Long; Now

In Tournament

Last Friday night, the Port St.
Joe Sharks ran roughshod over a
hapless Sneads quintet to defeat
them 56-38. The game was a dull
affair with .the Sharks being able
to relax and coast along to another
victory.
Terry Hinote was the big scor-
ing gun for the Sharks making 24
points. Wayne Taylor was next with
16. Taylor had a perfect night in
the foul .shot department getting
eight for eight and also took in 22
rebounds. Musselwhite took 13 and
Hinote 10 rebounds. The Sharks
nit for 40% of their shots.
The score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 12 14 10 20-56
Sneads 6 15 11 6-38

Victory number 12 for Port 'St.
Joe came on the wins of a 53-43 vic-
tory over Vernon, .the Florida State
B Champions Saturday night on the
Sharks' home grounds.
The win was a sweet one for the
Sharks, who suffered elimination
at the hands of the Yellow Jack-
ets last year in the semi-finals of
the state tourney.
The Sharks took the lead in the
first quarter behind Jackie Mitchell
with eight points and were never
behind for the entire game.
Vernon began to gain in the
third period when they outscored
the Sharks 10-8, but big Terry Hi-
note sank eight o; his 19 points
in the final quarter to increase the
margin to the 10 point lead.
Hinote's total was the best for
the Sharks, with Wayne Taylor
helping with 16 and Mitchell with
10. Wayne Taylor was injured in
the game when his feet were clip-
ped out from under him on a jump
shot. His status for the tournament
this week end was not known at
press time.
Port St. Joe won the B contest
32-26 with Richard Zipperer scoring
12 points.
The scoring by quarters:
Port St. Joe 8 19 8 18-513
Vernon 7 14 10 12-43

Terry Hinote pump 31 points
through the nets in Port 'St. Joe's
conquest of Chapman, almost
enough for the Sharks 77-44 victory
over their traditional rivals.
Playing with the services of All-
State Center Wayne Taylor, didn't
seem to bother the Sharks, who
posted their 13th win against'two
losses. Hinote was switched into
the pivot spot a'nd tallied 13 times
from the field and five more with
free throws,
David Musselwhite -sprouted de-
fensive wings and sucked in 26 re-
bounds for a record by any Shark
player. Hinote took in 16 rebounds.
The Shark B string also took
their game 36-16. Mike Munn was
high in scoring with eight points.
The score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 21 21 17 18-77
Apalachicola 9 10 15 10-44

The Sharks will make their entry
into the NWFC -tournament in Quin-
cy Friday night. If they win this
game, they will go into the finals
Saturday night.

Jack Mahon Chosen By
University For Survey

The Brilgham Young University
Health Education Department of
Provo, Utah, has invited Jack Ma-
lion, principal of the Highland
View Elementary School, to work
with a committee of persons in
evaluating the public school hea'th
service program.
Mr. Mahon will work with sev-
eral outstanding School Physicians,
School Nurses, Health Educators
and Elementary School Teachers
who were selected upon the recom
mniendation of their State Director of
health and physical educations.
The work done by this commit-
tee will enable the Brigham Young
University to evaluate the school
health service program in terms
of the health needs of .the Ameri-
i.can school children.


Burglar Suspect

Is Arrested

Chief of Police H. W. Griffin told
The Star this week that an arrest
had been made in the burglary of
Pylant's Men and Boy's Store and
attempted burglary of Stones' Shop
for Men two weeks ago.
Griffin reported that a 14 year
old Negro boy had been charged
with the breaking and entering.
The youth will be taken before
the juvenile court at its next ses-
sion.
The burglar had taken approxi-
mately $12.00 from Pylant's


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Group Asks For



Colored Precinct

A delegation of Port St. Joe citizens began working on the
County Commission last Tuesday night to divide voting precinct
number eight into two sections, giving a voting precinct to the
colored population of Port St. Joe. No action was taken at the
Tuesday meeting and so the advocators of the move were back
before the Commission 100 strong Thursday night at another


special meeting to pursue the


TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
The City Commission at the Regular Meeting held at 8:00
O'Clock P.M. Tuesday, February 4, 1958, did in unanimous accord
directly and urgently direct the Chief of Police and his Depart-
ment to fully enforce traffic rules' and regulations on all people
operating motor vehicles in .the City Limits of Port St. Joe.
The Commission particularly directed that the Police De-
partment give special and undivided attention to teen-age drivers
in the City Limits. The police will apprehend teen-age drivers
who are caught violating traffic laws, and also underage drivers,
remove the driver from the vehicle and take him or her home to
their parents. This procedure will be fully followed regardless of
who, when, or where traffic laws are violated in the Port St. Joe
City Limits.
Also very close and constant attention will be given to
all persons regardless of age, who violate speed and traffic laws,
such as excessive speed in the city limits area and failure to
heed and obey all stop signs.
Recently the City was presented a plaque by the Depart-
ment of Public Safety in Tallahassee, as an honor to the City for
no traffic deaths in the city limits of Port St. Joe for the year
1956. Don't you think that such a plaque would be a very com-
mendable honor to be bestowed upon this City for each future
year?
R. W. HENDERSON
City Auditor and Clerk


Keibler Reports Progress
Of Glidden Company

Myron Keibler, manager of the
Glidden Company chemical plant
here in Port St. Joe gave the Ki-
wanis Club a little insight on the
products now being made by the
plant and the progress .the plant is
making.
According to Keibler. the local
plant was an experiment of a new
process in refining tall oil and ob-
taining different products from this
ingredient. The tall oil is the plants
raw material. Keibler said that the
plant expected difficulties in be-
ginning operations since their me-
thods had not been tried. He report-
ed that the Glidden plant here start-
ed operating 187 times before they
began continuous production. After
each start the plant would run from
two to 24 hours before it had to
shut down to work out bugs. He re-
ports that the plant is now operat-
ing successfully and true to their
expectations is turning out a super-
ior quality tall oil pitch, tall oil
rosin and tall oil fatty acids. He
showed samples of all the products
to those present.
Guests of the club were Peck


Fire Department
Answers Three Calls

Again this past week freezing
temperatures have kept the volun
teer Fire Department on its toes
Sunday afternoon the department
was called to Simmons Bayoi
where a brush fire threatened ,a
garage and a dwelling house. The
fire had been put out when the de
par.tment arrived.
Tuesday morning at 4:30 a.m
the department was called out in
22 degree weather. The cold wea
their had caused an electric high
line running beside Aubrey Tom
linson's Gulf Service Station to
shrink and break. The high line
made a danger of fire at the service
station and the department stood
by until power company crews
could cut power off of the line.
Wednesday morning at 10:00 a.m
the department was called to Ave
nue D in the colored section o
town where debris piled behind an
oil heater had ignited slightly dam
aging a house.


matter further.
The desire of a sizeable number
of St. Joe citizens that Precinct
No. 8 be split had grown by Thurs-
day, when some 100 citizens were
on hand to petition the Board to
make the desired change.
The avowed purpose of these
voters in requesting that Precinct
'No. 8 be split is to separate the
Negro voter from the white. Their
claim is that there is now enough
Negro voters in Port St. Joe to
justify having a precinct of their
own. This was the feeling and the
argument of the citizens present.
The County Commisisoners heard
what those present had to say
then Comm. Harden made a mo-
tion that a Board decision be post-
poned at least until the next regu-
lar meeting, inasmuch as time was
no factor, and since one of the
Commissioners was absent. The mo-
tion finally passed 3-1, with Com-
missioner A. X. Strickland voting
against the motion. He reported
that lie waj.ib. farpr of the split
and wished ,to vote on it at the
meeting Thursday. The next regu-
lar meeting of the Commission will
be Tuesday of next week.
The meeting was a lively little
get-together leading up to the above
decision.
While a messenger went to pick
up the Supervisor of Registration,
- Mrs. C. G. Rish, whose recommen-
." dation was necessary before any
3. action could be taken, Attorney Da-
t vid C. Gaskin told of a change in
u the law about when changes in pre-
a cincts could be made. Under the
( new law, changes can be made as
late as June 15 of the year because
the law states that precinct chan-
* ges must be made at least 84 days
n prior to the .first primary in a gen-
eral election year. First primaries
in Florida are now held in Septem-


her.
At this point Mrs. Rish arrived
and the map showing the proposed
division of the precinct came p
for discussion.
Mrs. Rish stated that she wanted
to do what the majority of the peo-
ple wanted. Drawing attention that
few people from Precinct Number
Eight were in the audience in con-
trast to the large numbers from
Precinct No. Nine, she said she
wondered: "Is it the people from
No. Nine who want the change or
is it the people from No. Eight?"
Chairman Croxten then invited
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THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE was recently presented with a Safety Award for going a full year in 1956
with no fatal traffic accidents in the city limits. The above photo shows this presentation. Those
,taking part in the operation were local trooper Travis Aplin, Chief of Police H. W. Griffin, Captain
J. F. McArthur of the Florida Highway Patrol, wh) made the presentation, Mayor J. L. Sharit, Sgt.
Frank Eskridge and Lions Club President Warren Pareseau. The presentation was made at a Lion's
Club meeting. (Star Photo)


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Engagement of Kathryn Marshall and

Arthur Phurrough Is Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Marshall of I.
Port St. Joe announce te engage- Miles Family Has
ment and approaching marriage of Family Reunion
their daughter, Kathryn, to Arthur *"Mi I Oio
Phurrough, son of the late Mr. anid
Mrs. John H. Phurrough of Syla- Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Miles cele-
cauga, Ala. The wedding will be an brated his 58th birthday and was
event on Easter Sunday, April 6, at host to 'a Miles family reunion this,
5:00 p.m. at the First Baptist past week end at his home in High-
Church, Port St. Joe. land View. '
No invitations are being sent in Attending the occasion were Mr.
town, but all friends and relatives and Mrs. Miles, Carolyn Jean Miles,


Mrs. Stebel Hostess '

To Circle Meeting

The Women o fthe Presbyterian
Church, Circle No. 1 met with Mrs.
Ella Stebel at White City February
3. Mrs. R. M. Spillers opened the
meeting with prayer.
The minutes of the previous
meeting were read and approved.
As the District Conference will
be held here February 26, Mrs. J.
R. 'Smith expressed her wish to
have some work done in the assem-
bly hall, such as painting and cov-
ering for the kitchen floor. Mrs. C.
W. Long appointed Mrs. Smith and
Mrs. Sid Brown to meet with a
committee from Circle No. Two to
make plans and a discussion on
what is most needed.
Mrs. Spillers called attention to
flowers. Mrs. Smith invited and "
urged all, members to attend the '.
general meeting which meets in
her home February 10. Mrs. J. E.
Perrltt gave the Bible study, "A .
Believing Church", taken from the
scriptures of Mark 2:1-5; Acts 2:- I
38-47. This was a very inspiring
lesson.
Mrs. Smith led in Circle conver- .. .
station, naming Japan as emphasis! '-
of the year for everyone to study, n
pray and read to see what aid can Annette Stewart and Ernest Lowery
be given to the people of that na-te S a E
ion, especially the youth. Announce Their Wedding Plans

The hostess served lon eight refresh- Mr. and Mrs. John H. Stewart of .
ments. Attapulgus, Geofgia, announce the First Baptist WMS
Present were Mrs. Brown, Mrs. engagement and approaching mar- s Business M
M. H. Elder, Mrs. Long, Mrs. Per- riage of their daughter, Annette, to US BUSIOSS Meeting
ritt, Mrs. Spillers, Mrs. Smith Mrs. Ernest Lowery, Jr., of Port St. Joe. -
Stebel, Mrs. J. H Greer, Mrs. W. B. This event wilt take place at the The First Baptist WMS n
Simmons and Mrs. Pauline Cor- First Baptist Church, April 27, at Monday for their regular busin
drey. 3 p.m. Invitations will not be sent meeting. The meeting opened w
.______ but all friends and relatives of the singing "Rescue The Perishing". R
Visiting Musselwhites couple are invited to attend. sponsive reading was taken fro
Jimmy Bailey, who is attending ------ --Matt. 6:15, Romans 10:8-15. A m
Chipola Junior College was a guest Visitor From Tallahassee sion work program followed w
of the Calvin Musselwhites last Mrs. Dolly Varnadore of Talla- prayer by Mrs. Wesley Rams
W^A^' ^jAn ti -----. __1- I_- Mrs L. LW COX resident nrei-dt


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or the couple are cordially invited Mary Miles, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Visits Parents Here
to attend. Thursday and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nedley has returned to
----James Grissett and family, Mr. and Florida State University at Talla-
Goes To Market Mrs. Clyde Miles and family and hassee to resume studies for the
Gordon Hallmark was in Atlanta Sandra Minor of Macon, Ga., Mr. second semester after a visit with
the ifrst of this week on a buying. and Mrs. D. W. Miles, Rev. and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. C.
trip. Mrs. H. A. Miles of Southport. Nedley.


FORD LEADERSHIP PAYS OFF IN LOWEST


LOWEST-PRICED 2-DOORS and 4-DOORS


LOWEST-PRICED STATION WAGONS


LOWEST PRICED CONVERTIBLE


Pay more .what for?


ton were high point, men for ihe)
12B team. Monroe Tindell, Jimmy
Adams and Ward-Richards nIso did
a nice job for the 12B Lteanm.
10B again meet the Senior boys,
but this time a different section,
12A, and were not as successful as
with the 12B group, for they were
beaten by a score ,of 34-22.
Wayne Taylor, Terry Hinote,
Ross Hudson. Buddy Love and Abe


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hausee spent several laays here tils i.t"- -. p= yP-^, p ~siue
week visiting with friends. over the business meeting. Reports
----- _____ were given by various chairmen and
Home From School circle leaders. Young people's lead-
Martha Costin and Sibbie Brin- ers reported visits being made by
sao were home this past week from the young people. Mrs. Byron Smith
FSU visiting their parents, Mr. adn mission study chairman encourag-
Mrs. C. L. Costin and Mr. and Mrs. ed all to attend the mission study
R. H. Brinson. underway in the church this week.
Mrs. W. J. Daughtry, prayer chair-
man encouraged that special prayer
-be offered each day for missionar-
^DDIPEQ I ies on the prayer calendar.


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More people bought new Ford cars
during 1957 than bought any other
make. And now this leadership is pay-
ing off in prices that are lower than in
'57 for beautiful Custom 300 and
luxurious Fairlane Sedansl In fact,
suggested delivered prices for the
"low-priced three" show Ford is lowest
priced in 17 out of 19 models!








Ford sells 46% more station wagons
than anyone else and no wonder
All six Ford wagons are priced lower
than comparable competitive models.
In fact, Ford's 2-door Ranch Wagon is
the lowest-priced wagon in its field
And only Ford offers an all-new Inter-
ceptor V-8. Team it with Cruise-O-
Matic Drive and save up to 15% on gasl









Ford is America's biggest-selling con-
vertible and one look tells you
why! With its sleek, racy lines and
dazzling interior, this 58 Ford is all the
things you ever dreamed a convertible
could be-yet it's the lowest-priced con-
vertible of them all! Come in and seel
Discover for yourself how Ford gives
you more car for ltvs money.


58 F9 R The fine car of the low-price field


ST. JOE MOTOR
Corner Fourth Street and Highway 98


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Mrs. E. C. Cason dismissed th
meeting with prayer.

Wilbur Butts Wins
Spelling Contest
Competing against two represei
tatives from the fourth, fifth an
sixth grades, Wilbur Butts, son c
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Butts of Higt
land View, walked off with th
honors last week. He will represent
his school in the .county spellin
meet at which time the Gulf chair
pion will be chosen to go to th,
West Florida contest in Panamo
City.
Runner-up in the event was Shir
ley Wood. Others competing wer
Ben 'Armstrong, Marie Rhames
Barbara 'Lewis and Joe Barfield.
Wilbur is upholding a family rep
utation set for him by his old sis
ters Betty and Mavis. He is ii
Mrs. Fite's fifth grade.

Elementary School
Lunchroom Menu
Monday, February 10
Beef and gravy, mashed potatoes
cabbage slaw, cookies, white bread
and milk.
Tuesday, February 11
,Vienna sausage, blackeye peas,
shredded carrots, ginger bread,
white bread and milk.
Wednesday, 'February 12
,Barbecue ribs, buttered rice, snap
beans, cocoanut pudding whole
wheat bread and milk.
Thursday, February 13
Hamburgers, buttered corn, slic-
ed onions and dills, jello and milk.
Friday, February 14
Lima beans, toasted cheese sand-
wiches, pear salad and milk.

Intramural Program
Goes Into Tournament
By PAT SPEARS
In the past week there were no
games played in the Girl's Intra-
mural Basketball.
Two games, however, were played
by the boys. Both games were play-
ed by 10B against 12A and 12B.
10B was successful in winning
over 12B by a 34-22 score. Bobby
Burkett was the high point man
for 10B with 20 points to his cre-
dit. Jimmy Redd, Glen Alligood,
Johnny Price and Lelon Smith
played a very fine game also.
Franklin Fletcher and Billy Den-


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Miller made up the 12A learn. .
The game was very interesting
and the students enjoyed it very
much.
Present standings of boys teams:
Team W L Team W L'
)A 1 1 J10 2 0
9B I 1. 11A 0 2
9C 1 2 11B 1 0
10A 1 1 12A 1 1
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NEWS Ff OM

Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
PHONE BAll 7-4652

William Bailey of Blountstown is
spending this week here and in
Port St. Joe with relatives and
friends.
Lewis Rogers and Marjorie Cam-
bie motored to DeFuniak Springs
Sunday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Richards and
daughter of Gainesville visited their
parents this week, Mr. and Mrs.
Led Richards and Mr. and Mrs. J
D Clark.
Glenn Garrett of FSU Tallahassee
spent a few days this week with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Garrett.
Rev. W'. B. Holland and son
Louie D. made a business trip to
Hartford, Ala., Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Daniels and


t children spent the Week end in
Carrabelle with Mrs. Daniels par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. John Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Burke and
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Skipper spent
Sunday afternoon in Panama City
with Mr. and Mrs. W. G .Skipper
and sons, Gregory and Jeffery.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes and
daughter of Mobile, Ala., spent the
week end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Rentz.
Yrs.- M. H. Wilson and daughter
of Panama City spent Saturday
with Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Foster.
* Mrs. Nancy Stewart of Vernon
is visiting her son and family this
week, Mr. and Mrs. Odell Stewart
and son Wayne.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Adkins spent
Friday visiting in Panama City with
Mrs. Adkins mother, Mrs. Tilda
Mims.
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met at the church Monday at 3 p.m.
for their monthly business meeting
The meeting opened with the group
singing, "Lead On 0 King Eternal".
The scripture was taken from Mat.
21:16. Roll call of the members and
the reading of the minutes was
carried out by the secretary. Royal
service, mission study and officers
reports were heard by the group.
The group made plans to study a
new mission book for February.
The YWA asked.the WMU to spon-
Isor a supper for the members for
Focus week. Mrs. Ruth Harbuck
dismissed the meeting.
Revival Meeting
SRevival services are being held
nightly at the Highland View
Church of 'God. Evangelist Randy
Essery of Charleston, S. C. is doing
the preaching. Everyone is invited
to attend the services and hear this
man preach. The Rev. B. W. Suggs
is pastor of the church.
Revival Services
Revival services are being held
this week at the Highland View
Assembly of God Church each night
at 7:30 p.m. Eangelist and Mrs. T.
V. Kolmitz of Crestview are doing
the preaching. Everyone is welcome
to hear this man of God. Rev. T. C.
Earnest is pastor.
LUNCH ROOM MENU
MONDAY: Italian spaghetti, ap-
ple, carrot, -raisin salad, rolls, but-
ter and milk.
TUESDAY: Baked beans, franks
collards greens, onion rings, pickles,
biscuits, butter and milk.
WEDNESDAY: Baked chicken,
dressing, giblet gravy, stewed
prunes, bread, milk and spinach.
THURSDAY: Sausage ,saurkraut,
sweet potatoes, corn bread, butter
and milk.
FRIDAY: Tuna salad on lettuce,
buttered potatoes, spice beets,
bread, butter and milk.


Garden Notes !

February Planting Schedule
Shrubs and trees: any that are
dormant, especially azaleas and ca-
mellias which can be selected in
flower. 2Plant roses now.
Bulbs: gladioli (especially large
Dutch hybrids) and amaryllis.
Annual plants: alyssum, annual
canterburry bulbs, candytuft, corn-
flowers, pinks, admiral byrd daisy
(larger than ordinary shasta daisy)
larkspur, lupine, snapdragon, stock,
viola and double shirley poppy. Nas-
turtiums may be planted near the


end of February.


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ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
The Rev. G. D. Underhill, Rector
Sexagesima, February .
7:30 a.m., Celebration of the Holy
Eucharist. 9:45 a.m., Church School.
11:00 a.m., Morning prayer and ser-
mon. 7:30 p.m. Evening prayer fol-
lowed by a meeting of the Episco-
pal Young Churchmen. The 7:30
a.m. Celebration will be followed
immediately by a breakfast and a
meeting for the Episcopal Church-
men.
The offering for Theological Edu-
cation will be received at each ser-
vice. The public is cordially invited
to worship with us and is assured
of a warm welcome.
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Visiting Parnets
Bill Ayers has returned from Chi-
cago, Ill., where he attended the
National Association of Home Build-
ers annual convention and is spend-
ing a few days with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ayers on Bay
View Drive, prior to returning to
his studies at the University of
Florida.

CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks and appreciation to our
many friends and relatives for all
kindnesses shown us during the
recent death of our dearly beloved
husband and father. Also for 'the
many beautiful floral offerings.
,May God bestow his richest bles-
sings upon each one of you.
The Willis Pitts Family


THURtDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1958
: 30-Sign off
News On The Hour Every Hour
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Hello!

By R. GLENN BOYLES
(Enroute from ,St. Joe to Maryland)
St. Joe-ites and Friends:
'While you're reading this I'll be
giving my '53 Plymouth the gun
towards Maryland and thinking of
the many smiles and cheering words
heard from you while in good old
St. Joe. It was really good for the
soul to see you and I was simply
amazed to hear so many say: "'I
read your column n The Star." You
have given me courage and a great-
er desire to make it worth your
while. Even had a telephone call
from White City. (Thank you, Mrs.
Hazel Stafford). You can keep your
eye on that prosperous, thriving
community and it's pleasing to see
a rapid development brought about
by sincere, industrous, forward
looking folks living three. More
power to you, White City. keep
up the good work.
About the time I was getting well
acquainted and comfortably settled
at home my wife took off for At-
lanta (just ain't no justice) to at-
tend a ready-to-wear show. Well,
you gotta have goods if you expect
to do business, and she goes after
it! like a duck to water. You
can keep your eyes open for some
real Sunshine Styles that'll have


IN SAD BUT LOVING MEMORY Iquality 'and value packed in! Now,
OF EARL L. HOBAUGH WHO while we're on the subject I want


PASSED AWAY THREE YEARS
AGO TODAY, FEB. 5, 1955
The rollin stream of life rolls on
But still the vacant chair
Recalls the love, the voice, the
smile
Of one who once sat there,
He was just a plain person
With his smile each day
Always tried to do for others
As he journeyed on his way.
You will never know his value
Til you see his vacant chair.
Sadly missed
WIFE


W JOE
1570 ON YOUR DIAL
MONDAY thru FRIDAY
7:15 a.m.-Sign on.
7:30-First edition news.
7:40-Sport news
7:55-Weather
8:00-State news
9:05-Morning devotions
9:15-Songs of Devotion
11:05-Listen, Ladies
12:00-Noon News Roundup
12:30 p.m.-Weather
2:05-Music From Studio C
4:05-1570 Club
5:30-Sports Highlights
6:00-State News
6:05-Newsbeat
6:30-Sign off
SATURDAY
7:15 a.m.-Sign on
7:30-First Edition News
7:40-Sport News
7:55-Weather
8:00-State News
.9:05-Morning Devotions
9:15-Songs of Devotion
10:15-Voice of St. Joe High
12:00-Noon News Roundup
12:30 p.m.-Weather
2:05-Boy Scout Program
5:30-Sports Highlights
6:00-State News
6: 05-Newsbeat
6:30-Sign off
SUNDAY
7:30 a.m.-Sign on
7:45-Hour of St. Francis
8:00-Church of God In Christ
8:30-Southern Charm Gospel
Singers
9:00-Hour of Meditation
9:15-Songs of Devotion
11:00-Morning Service, First
Methodist Church
12:15-Noontime News
2:30-Repeat Performance (FSU)
5:30-Hour of the Crucified
6:00-State News
6: $5-Newsbeat


mention our Sunshine Program
that'll come to you every day except
Thursday and Saturday over WJOE
right at supper time 6 p.m. This
will' include Associated Press News
of the Sunshine 'State plus head-
lines in merchandise news from
Boyles. You'll hear about 'Sunahine
'Specials to be had from day to day
at your happycash Department
Store (avoid one ill without our
bill!) Will you turn your radio dial
to 1570 if you don't like what
you hear you can utrn it off
6 p.m. Thank you friends Your
comments and suggestions will be
welcome.
So many have called and asked
about ,Barbara, just want to men-
tion that she made us happy the
other evening by calling us from
Maryland We believe she is
doing well. Thank you for every
kind thought and good wish ..
There stepping stones. Speaking of
Stones reminds me of something
worthy of mention. That gentle la-
dy, Mrs. Hig Stone came by the
store last week and we passed the
time of day about health and etc.
I asked about Uncle Hig and she
remarked he was perky and .hip-
per and that he had recently
told her hq was "a good mind to
hustle him up a building and go in
business" (understand he is push-
ing 90) More power to you, Uncle
Hig but please, won't you wait
until I get back here? My wife and
Guy says competition is plenty
tough as it is and you'll just make
it still tougher. I must say this is
the brand of courage and spirit that
built St. Joe It'll build any-
where! Three cheers for T. H.
Stone.
Good people we're 'having Yellow
Tag Days at Boyles Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday. All over the
store you'll see (in places) price
tags Every one means you're
saving 25% -to 50% on the pur-
chase! You'll hear some of the Sun-
shine Specials over WIDE but
that's not half the saving story.
Won't you come in for a storewide
tour? Mrs. Boyles, Guy Middleton,
Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Spears, Ted
Cannon too, will be looking for you!
We'll be waiting to serve home
folks in home folks style. I'll close
with two good topics of conversa-
tion: the cold weather this win-
ter and Boyles Hot Styles and Val-


Travel wearily yours
till next week
R. GLENN BOYLES


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By The Star Publishing Company


WESLtE R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
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and Bookkeeper
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do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully


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Local Baby Given Life
Membership To WSCS
A baby life membership in the
Woman's Division of Christian Ser-
vice was presented to Miriam Faye
Harrison, baby daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmy Harrison at the meet-
ing of Circle No. 4 of the Woman's
Society of Christian Service. The
meeting was held in the home of
Mrs. Edwin Ramsey, Monday morn-
ing, January 26.
Miriam Faye holds a unique po-
sition as a fourth generation mem-
ber of the Stone family who has
long been active in the local Me-
thodist Church and the Woman's
Society of Christian Service. This
membership not only honors the in-
dividual but the money for it goes
for the worthy projects of the Wo-
maji's Division.
Participating in 'the program,


Income Tax Service

BILL CARGILL
St. Joe Motor Co. Gulf Station


"The Simplicity of Life", which
was presented by Mrs. Robert King,
were Mrs. G. S. Croxton, Mrs. J. L.
Temple, Mrs. Edmund Bradley, Mrs.
Jimmy Harrison, Mrs. Edwin Ram-
sey and Mrs. George Wimberly.
Mrs. Ramsey, circle chairman,
presided at the business session in
which plans for the circle activities
for the month of February were
made.
*Mrs. Gus Creech was selected to
take the position of secretary from
Mrs. Harrison who will be leaving
town. Mrs. George Wimberly will
be a telephone committee of one.
Seven members and one visitor,
Mrs. G. S. Croxton, WSOS president
were present at the meeting.
The meeting was closed with the
WSCS benediction.


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This Message Sponsored In the Interest of Better Church Attendance By The Following Port St. Joe Merchants:


BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE
Citizens' Federal Savings & Loan Assn.
COMFORTER FUNERAL HOME
COSTIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
DANLEY FURNITURE COMPANY
Gulf Hardware & Supply Co.
GULF SERVICE STATION
AUBREY R. TOMLINSON


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Tomlinson Insurance Agency
MODERN FURNITURE CO.
CREECH BROTHERS
Kennedy Electric & Refrigeration Serv.
PATE'S SHELL SERVICE
PRIDGEON INSURANCE AGENCY
RADIO STATION WJOE
ST. JOE AUTO PARTS CO.
St. Joe Hardware Company
St. Joe Furniture & Appliance Co.


ST. JOE MOTOR CO.
STONE'S SHOP for MEN
WIMBERLY PONTIAC CO.
Woolford's Standard Service Station
THE STAR PUBLISHING CO.
FULLER'S SUPPLY CO.
JONES' SERVICE STATION
Dealer in Sinclair Products
ANDY'S WELDING REPAIRS


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
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Sr., George W. Cooper, A, J. Strick- Board that he 'had noticed iin the )oad is not to bO i iciided in the
land and J. C. 'Price. The clerk, I local newspaper that the County bond issue projects, then and in
Sheriff and Attorney were also Commissioners have requested the that event, all the citizens living
present.
The meeting came to order at State Road Department to construct at Jones Homestead will object to
i6:00The meeting came to orer certain streets and roads, to be the bond issue. The Chairman n-
Sp.m. paid for by a bond issue, wsics in- nounced that the Jones Homestead
SSix citizens from Jones Home- cludes the Jones Homestead road, roads will be constructed, provid-
stead appeared before the Board, but that he has recently heard that ing the necessary right of way is
with Mr. John Story, as spokesman the Jones Homestead road will be obtained; that because .the land
and discussed the Jones Homestead deleted from the bond issue pro- owners have not given the right of
road problems. Mr. Story told the jects; that if the Jones Homestead way, is the reason the road has not


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MINUTES OF THBE
COUNTY COMMISSION
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
JANUARY 22, 1958
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida. met
this date in special session with the
following members present; G. S.
Croxton, Chairman, E. C. Harden,


The Board ordered the following
bills paid: State Road Department
$7.50, Port St4 Joe Chamber of
Commerce $140.00, .State Associa-
tion of County Commissioners $10Q.,
Justin R. Weddell $140.00, Florida!
Engineering Associates $500, Thom-
as H. Daniels ,$1,306.53, and J. I.
Lark Construction Company, $23,-
750.73.
The Clerk advised the Board
with rfeerence to certain rights of
way required by the State Road De-
partment.
The Board ordered the following
letter copied into the minutes of
this Board, to-wit:
FLORTDA DEVELOPMENT OOM.
Caldwell Building, Tallahassee
Mr. George Y. Core, Clerk
Circuit Court
Wewahitchka, Florida
Re: Gulf County 'Heolth Center
(Project No. Fla-B-24
Gulf County Auxiliary
Health Center
Project No. Fla-B-25
Dear Mr. Core:
Final inspections were made of
the two above noted 'health centers
on Thursday, January 16, 1958, by
the technical staff of this office to-
gether with :Dr. Paul T. Erickson,
Director of Medical Facilities, Pub-
lic Health Service, and Mr. James
Murphy, Construction Engineer,
Public Health Service. This inspec-
tion is considered as the official
acceptance of these facilities by
i this Agency and the Federal Gov-
ernment contingent, of course, upon
the satisfactory completion of he
misclelaneous items listed on the
architect's "punch list".
We wish to congratulate you, the
architect and the contractor on a
most professional job.
The personnel of this office wish
you all the success in the operation
of your facilities.
Very truly yours,
Edward L. Meadows
Architectural Consultant
Hospital Construction
Department
There being no further business
to come before the Board, the meet-
ing did then adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core G. 'S. Croxton
Clerk Chairman
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
JANUARY 28, 1958
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, met
this date in special session with the
following members present: G .S.
Croxton, Chairman, E. C. Harden,
'Sr., George W. Cooper, A. J. Strick-
land and J. C. Price. The Clerk,
Sheriff and Attorney were alsca pres-
ent.
The meeting came to order at
6 o'clock P.M.
The Chairman announced that
this meeting is called for the pur-
pose of discussing the possibility of
dividing some of *the voting pre-
cincts in the County and then wel-
comed the visitors to the meeting
and asked anyone present to come
forward and be heard if they were
interested in making any changes
in 'the precincts.
There were fourteen visitors pres-
ent and the following people ap-
peared before th eBoard, all voicing
their opinion that they thought pre-
cinct No. 8 should be divided in r-
der to give relief to the voters in
said precinct; that they thought the
colored and white voters in said
precinct ought to be given separate
precincts because there are enough
colored voters to warrant a pre-
cinct in the colored area of Port
St. Joe, to-wit: Ben Williams, Mer-
rill Sherrill, L. E. Voss, Walter
Graham and Ted Beard.
The Attorney advised the Board
that it can only act on this matter
upon a recommendation of the Su-
pervisor of Registration. Comm.
Harden stated that he wanted to
see some relief given the voters in
the large precincts, but that this
year's budget was set up for only
10 precincts, which would mean
the County would run into some
financial problem's. Mr. Williams in-
formed the Board that THEY would
get u'p the -extra money needed to
divide precinct No. 8.
After lengthy discussion, there
was a motion by Comm. Price sec-


Pictured above are some of the
men of shifts A and D from the
St. Joe Paper Company mill as
they filled their plates with bar-
becue recently at a free feed put


onded by Comm. Cooper and una-
nimously carried, that this meeting
be recessed until 6 o'clock p.m.,
January 30, 1958.
The Chairman announced that
this Board, with its Clerk and At-
torney, meet with Mr. J. A. Mulren-
nan, Director of the Bureau of Ea-
tomology, State Board of Health,
in his office in Jacksonville, Florida,
on January 27th, and worked out
an agreement between the State
and County, whereby the State will
authorize the Gulf County Depart-
ment for a period not to exceed six
months, rental rate to be $9.00 per
hour for the % yard machine and
$150 per hour for the /2 yard ma-
chine. This temporary six month
program is to be a drainage pro-


'THURSAY, FOBkbkUMAW, 195


on by the mill. The free barbe-
cue was in commemoration of
the two shifts going for a six
month's continuous period with
no lost time accidents.


gram on projects that .the County
already has permission to dig drain-
age ditches on and to allow time to
secure permission from other land
owners that will b necessary for
a long range program.
The Board discussed rights of
way and road problems in Jones
Homestead and Highland View.
The Board did then take a recess
until January 30, 1.958.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core G. S. Croxton
Clerk Chairman
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selection of used cars at your Chevy dealer's. He has just the
car you're looking for at just the price you want to pay.
For the best used car buy, see your Chevrolet dealer! He is a reputable
businessman-a person who takes pride in the good name honesty has
earned for him in your commumty.
Because of the popularity of the rnew 1958 Chevrolet, your Chevrolet
dealer is taking in trade more and more used cars of all descriptions. He
has them priced to move fast to make room for more new Chevrolets.
Volume business like this means volume savings for you in a good used car.

For the best used car...


Only franchised
Chevrolet dealers display '
these famous trademark' "


SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET DEALER NOl I


Port St. Joe, Florida "Owned by the Savings Investors" Phone BAIll 7-4646



Citizens' Feberal



SU.Insured Savings Accounts 2

$"000 ALWAYS GROW LARGER NEVER LESS



Reaching us by 10th OF FEBRUARY, your Savings Funds will earn FULL 5
MONTHS PROFIT June 20th, compounded or paid in cash.

Changes in business conditions do not change the amount of your Savings bal-
ance in the CITIZENS FEDEBAL. The full amount is still there, plus dividend
earnings.
With your INSURED SAVINGS FUNDS kept with us we finance more homes
in our area, including your town.
SAVE THE EASIEST WAY ... by MAIL, or bring us your check, money order
or cash for an INSURED SAFE Savings Account.


already been constructed; that honeTHR STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
of the right of way has been given
to date, 'however, the St. Joe Pa-
per Company and McNeal and Hol-
linger have promised that their
rights of way will be available
within a few days, but that leaves v.'--
one other land owner that has not "4
consented to giving the right of
way. Mr. Story and other members
of his delegation thanked the Board
and said that they wil lassist in ob- :
training the necessary right of way.
The Chairman instructed the .
clerk to make hotel reservations
for all the County Commissioners, _
the Clerk and Attorney, for the trip .
to Jacksonville to meet with the .
Director of the Bureau of Entomo- ..
logy. fM,, : ..


working to prepare our young men for the future to build

better citizens. The Boy Scouts of today are the leaders of to-

morrow a large part of our country's security rests with

them. This week we salute them for their outstanding job in

fulfilling this goal. We offer them our wholehearted support

and we hope that you will do the same!


Boy Scout Week


FEBRUARY 7 THROUGH 13
We join the Boy Scout movement in Port St. Joe in observing this
another milepost in the life of the Boy Scouts. Their organization is
well-rooted in our society and offer our cooperation in its future
growth.





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PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
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CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on
Garrison Ave. 2 lots one block
this side of Gulf Sands Court.
FOR SALE: 1956 model Silver Star
trailer home. Sacrifice for $1200.
Equity in trailer. See Tom Pridgeon.
FOR SALE: Service station and
Motel at Mexico Beach.
Ei TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAII 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.


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Planting Season

IS HERE AGAIN
RED BUD and DOG WOOD
SHADE TREES (Chinese Elm and Sycamore)
PEAR TREES (Baldwin and Pineapple)
FIGS (Celesti)
PECANS (Stuart) ,
RED JUNE PLUMS
SCUPPERNONG (White and Black)
MAGNOLIA GRANDIFLORA (White)
MAGNOLIA SOULENCIA (Pink and Purple)
CREPE MYRTLE (Red)
PAUL SCARLET ROSES (Climber)
PLENTY of AZALEAS and CAMELLIAS of many
varieties
EVERGREENS and SPRUCE
YOU NAME IT -- WE HAVE IT
Come See Us At

1017 WOODWARD AVE. PORT ST. JOE


wringer type washer. 'See at Wes-
tern Auto. tfc-2-6
MATURE WOMEN who need to
earn money in Port St. Joe. Write
Mrs. Goodwin, Box 326, Parlker, Fla.
AVON COSMETICS offers oppor-
tunity to earn $40 to $50 weekly.
Capable women over 35 with car.
For interview in your home write
Mrs. Goodwin, Box 326, Parker, Fla.

HAVE TRAILER SPACE available.
If interested phone BAll 9-1190 for
full information. 6tp-1-2
SPECIAL SERVICE
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.50
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
WANTED: Any news of interest to
your neighbor for the Panama
City News and Herald. Call Mis.
Benton Hamm at 9-1876. tfe-9-12
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfe-6-2
I'ADE US that useless article for
Something useful. STOP and
'WAP.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 14th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
QF GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
RUBY NELL HOWARD )
Plaintiff, )
vs. )
ROGER DALE HOWARD, )
Defendant )
TO: ROGER DALE HOWARD, R.A.
13359289
Company B, 1st Bn. A/C Reg.
APO 114, New York, N. Y.
On or before the 8th day of April,
A.D., 1958, the defendant Roger
Dale Howard, is required to serve
upon Ernest C. Wimberly, plain-
tiff's attorney, whose address is
303 Fourth Street, Port 'St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of, and file with the
Clerk of this Court the original of,
an answer or other written defenses
to the complaint for divorce filed
against him herein.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said court at Wewahitchka, Gulf
County, Florida, this the 4th day
of February, A.D., 1958.
GEORGE Y. CORE
as Clerk of said Circuit
Court
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-2-6


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1958 1
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FOR SALE: Two bedroom home FOR RENT: Apartment. See Mrs. S
and two furnished apartments Myrtle Childers at Gulf Hard- :C
now bringing $150 per month in- ware and Supply Co. 2tc-1-30
come. Will sell for only $8,500.00. hch
FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish- jai
A WELL FURNISHED beach cot- ed upstairs apartment. Call Mrs.
tage at St. Joe Beach. House is Hubert Brinson, home, Sixth St., W
in good condition. $2400 down and 7-5756 or office 7-8,131. p n
balance on easy terms. I
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish- 100
TWO LOTS at corner of 10th Street ed house and two bedroom unfur- T
and Marvin Avenue. $1600.00. nished apartment. Close in. Inquire
FRANK HANNON at 1904 Garrison Ave., or Phone Nc
Registered Real Estate Broker 7-8642. tfc-1-30 thi
Phone 7-3491 211 Reid Ave. FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
Port St. Joe, Fla. room house on 8th St. Phone
FOR SALE: 4 lots in Highland 9-1681.
View. Lot nos. 3, 5, 9 and 10. Near FOR RENT: Unfurnished three Ai
school. For information contact bedroom house with bath. 516 -
Lonnei Gay at Oak Grove. 12tp-1.2 Third St. Call St. Joe Hdwe. 7-8111, R.
FOR SALE: Lots. 50X150. Five
miles south of town. Phone BAll FOR RENT: One 2 bedroom, fur- M.
9-1190 for full information. 6tp-1-2 nished apartment. Call Alex Le-in
Grone, phone 9-4181 Sat. and Sun. Hi
FOR SALE: New house. 3 bedroom only.
living room, dining room, kitchen
and tile bath. Paneled Florida room. White City. See Osaomr Rfid F
Call Joe Ohristian 7-4616 or 7-3611. in Highland View, Third St, 2tp ME
FOR SALE: 'The Great Tide". by FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished SA
Rubylea Hall back in print. For house on First Street. $50.00 mo,
orders contact Mrs. Hubert Brinson See Bill Carr at St. Joe Hardware@, F
7-5756 or Campbells' Drug Store. Ha
FOR RENT: 2 furnished apart- vi
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. ments. Phone 7-5771. 1505 Monu-
Adjoining bath. Suitable for cou- ment Ave. 3tp-2-6
pie only. Call or see Mrs. A. M.
Jones, Sr. tfc-1-2 FOR RENT: Small house with bath.
$35.00 mo. Mrs. Henry Butts, High-
FOR RENT: New two bedroom land View. tfc-2-6
house. Call 7-3073, Mrs. J. S. Shi-
rey. tfce-2 j UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
~ furniture look old? Bring it to
FOR RENT: House on Third St. Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second A
Unfurnished. Phone 7-7736.- 515 and Reid for expert rebuilding.
Third St., W. B. Ferrell. tfc-11-21 NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect that E
FOR RENT: Three 1-bedroom ap- bright new upholstery with tailor
artments. Apply Smith's Phar- made seat covers. Many fabrics to R1
macy. Itc choose from. Butler's Trim Shop, un
Corner Second and Reid. F
PICK li IPAVMENTS on Wizard an


ng money see u fotr anything
u need in your home. STOP and
WAP SHOP.
OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
one 7-7846. Outboard motors re-
[red, also.
ILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Met-
g first and third Monday nights
0 p.m., American Legion Home.
IERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
o. 111, F&AM every first and
ird Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ROBERT W. SMITH, W.M.
ROY L.-BURCH, Secty.
l Master Masons cordially invited
A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
,, 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
g brothers welcome. R. W. Smith,
igh Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
fourth St.. meeting night every other
onday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meots first and third
ridays, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
all. All members urged to attend;
siting brethren Invited.
C. W. LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty.
LEGAL ADVERTISING
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
14th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA,
In Chancery.
RCHI'F .ARRIkREL, Plaintiff,
vs.
LIZA:BETH HARRELL, Defendant
NOTICE TO ELIZABETH HAR-
EL whose place of residence is
known.
On or before the 27th day of
ebruary, A.D., 1958 the defend-
nt, Elizabeth Harrel is required
serve upon Benjamin H. Dickens
laintiff's Attorney, whose address
S107 Second Street, Port St. Joe,
lorida, a copy of and file with the
lerk of said Court, the original of
n answer to the Bill of Complaint
led against her herein for divorce.
W!I.TNSi my hand and official'
eal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
ulf County, Florida, this 28 day
f January, A.D., 1958. 4t4-30
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court.
SEAL)


Group Seeks To Split
(Continued from page 1)

comment from the floor and Silas
R. Stone, local attorney, spoke, up
saying that it didn't matter hov
many people were here from where.
He said the request was a matter
in which, he felt, all 'the county was
interested and sympathetic.
When it was pointed out that
the Board might be accused of bias
if it divided Precinct No. Eight, as
requested Mrs. John Dickey said
that Nine needed relief, too, and
that a partitioning of that precinct
ciuld be aligned with the white part
of Precinct No. Eight.
J. A. Garrett rose to say he
thought the colored people wanted
their own box, that they wanted to
be by themselves and that to split
the precinct as requested would not
be doing them a dis-service or an
injustice.
-Ben Williams thought that if the
precinct was not split as recom-
mended, a tragic accident could
occur. He wished to avoid the pos-
sibility of bloodshed by splitting
the precinct now. He asked Mrs.
Rish to make her recommendation
to the County Board and then what-
ever decision they made would rest
squarely on their shoulders.
After the St. Joe delegation had
shown that they were unanimously
in favor of ithe split, Mrs. Rish
recommended to the Board that the
precinct be split. "What else can
I do but recommend it?" she asked.
At this point a recess was called
while the St. Joe people caucused
to modify 'the proposed boundaries
of the proposed precincts. When
they returned and the meeting was
called to order, Croxton asked Mrs.
Rish (for the record) if she had
a recommendation to make. She
remade her recommendation, at
which time Harden made his de-
laying motion.
Here again vigorous discussion
from the floor ensued. Led by Ben
Williams, Ted Beard and Fred Mad
dox, the crowd objected to any
delay in making a Board decision
They felt the Board should make
a decision then and now. The de
tails could be worked out later, was
the consensus. "What we want now
from the Board is a flat yes or no,
they said.
Here Comm. J. C. Price seconded
Harden's motion, and was reward
ed with a wave of resentment from
the crowd.
When Chairman Croxton put" th(
motion to a vote, Harden and
Price voted yea. Comm. Strickland


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voted nay and was roundly applaud-
ed by the crowd. Croxton voted yea
to make the majority of the board.
He, along with Harden and Price,
felt that since there was no hurry
the Board ought to investigate ev-
ery possible avenue before making
a decision. "Let's not be stampeded
into this thing," were Croxton's
words and the opinion of a major-
ity of the Board.
The decision was unpopular with
the crowd, which applauded Strick-
land for his stand.

KEY CLUB SPONSORING
CAR WASH SATURDAY
The Key Club of Port St. Joe
High School is sponsoring a car
wash Saturday morning beginning
at 9:00 a.m. next to the City Hall.
The purpose of the project is to
raise money to send delegates to
a Key Club workshop in Orlando.

Visit In DeFuniak Springs
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Daniell' and
son Larry and Mr. and Mrs. Blake
Thomason visited Mrs. Daniell's
and Mr. Thomason's mother in De-
Funiak Springs this past week end.
Send The Star to a tr
Send The Star to a friend.


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Birth Announcements

Mr. and Mrs. Neil Kenneth Ar-
nold announce the birth of a son,
Dennis Kirk on January 31.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Nobles
announce the birth of Pame'a Sue
on January 31.
Mr. and Mrs. David D. Tpiton
announce the birth of a boy, Ste-
phen Alan on January 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Council Br.y-
an announce the birth of a son Jim
Leslie on January 24.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Benton Par-
ker announce the birth of a son,
Daryl Benton on January 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Donald How-
ell announce the birth of a boy,
Charles Robert on January 26.
Mr. and Mrs. Alto Worley an-
nounce the birth of a daughter Bar-
bara Ann on January 15.
All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital in Port St. Joe.

Visits Parents
Blair Shuford, a student at FSU
spent several days visiting with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Shu-
ford this past week.


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