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 Material Information
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 27, 1958
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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by WESLEY R. RAMSEY


We bad a kind soul ask the other
day, "Where's your columnn been
lately?"
We gave him a dime and al -1"1cr-
ed, "Well, I'll tell you, for a change',


T[oips-,, d, d I c :St. .Too:, ;]1t o "
their debut in h1 Group Two, C tas
B tourniir menl hl t ] iii t in h iu'!".
towv'n a ai'ii th" 'Ve wnilc'ika I .
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we have been too busy lately -A to Ix I ,,
write it." Wriling for us doesn't r,.tn1 e rih ]h (


flow in anll unending streak :likc it
does for some. \Ve don't hav mllucih
to say. and aboul] as much to wu'itc

Some folks say, "I can t:l11'' y
don't have lmunnch to wrile abolii.
When you get to talking about your
family and your pets, that's gett-
ing pretty close to the botto.'. of
the barrel." Maybe so, but who
doesn't like to talk about his fa:-
ily? I'll guarantee you, one1 evening,
-"trying to watch television around
my six little wild indians wonu'
make anyone talk-or want to jab-
ber in a wild tonle.

We would like to give a little
space throwing bouquets to onw
Chamber of Colnuerce president.
George Tapper. He is going to work
-the pants off of us before this year
is out. More power to him. A. o-
getter like George is what need.
And we say that without casting
any aspersions on any past Cham-
ber pr)eidents--all fine hard-worlk-
ing men.

Bet,0er go 0o UJ.'11. townn o!mo'-
row iO'gnit and boo the ,L

Have you been reading lately of
'the fued going on with words be-
tween Harry and Ike? Harry let
the Republicans have it with a
broadside last week end. The Re-
publican National Chairman, Meade
%Alcorn came back and said, .
one of Truman's most ineffective
speeches". The next paragraph in
the same story told of the record
amount of paper that was; used in
"'cming back at Harry's speech. It
might have been ineffective, but.
the Republicans felt it.

We've been, wondering lately
what .the television stations north
of the Mason-Dixon line put on1 the
air when "The Grey Ghost" comes
on the air.

Fellow editor Ed Bandjough, he
of the weak blood, has cast asper-
sions on .Florida's collard greens
and grits. He wants to send them
to Russia or some other place of
banishment. As far as we, are con--
cerned, Ed can carry out his plans
with the collard greens, but as long
as we. have a hen egg for breakfast
we will stick to our grits.
Wewa will either banish him or,
educate him for that remark.

, Now to get to the pets. We have
new employee at the Star office,
at no salary. The new employee is
a gat that came to the ba0tk door
-wanting in the last cold, cold Mon-
S-,v- we lhad. The cat was admitted,
I iv and has been here ever since.
He stays under the stove and the
press. His habitat under the press
has gained him (we' hope) the
name of "d.irty". And for an alley
cat he has the manners of a house
pet. No smells yet.

Will we see you in church Sun-
day?

Veterans Service Officer
Will Visit Port St. Joe

Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
expert guidance from Preston L.
Nicholas, Assistant State Service
Officer.
o Nicholas will visit this area next
week for the purpose of helping vet-
erans or their dependents in filing
claims for Compensation Benefits
or solving their Insurance prob-
l,: This free service includes as-
:sistance to employers of veterans
under the GI Bill, Vocational Train-
ing, Subsistence or other problems.
During his visit in this area Ni-


cholas may be contacted at the
City Hall, Monday, March 3 from
S:30 to 9:30 a.m.


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0h 1.1k' 'o' 1 ni ,111
liThe 'arks will 1 i'' ,

wi'tii I' wi'nn r of o l 'riioS-1 1111
ioine ;;ame.'he finals will be pl': 1,ik; ,,
ed Saitu: day night. Supposing tI '. 'I::
.ile Sharks ,o: iast ight, they w 'ey :.
playt it .:t0 p.mn. O -R T ife E d T- '"i',
day. Should hey wini this g ,.ne a .h a,
get into tlhe fiin:l they will p :l ': '
at. 0::a0 p.n '. Om. T" ie Sah urd. I o .ii
night. o'L
Port S;. Joe, the defending chl ntinh:
pions, with only three seNtbac< !y hi;
one ii- hlcir own class to Malone Durn
are favorites and seeded first in f'ores
the iournanment.. They will have to isinr
face seeded Cottondale, Chattah".- is aj
elihee, Malone and Apalac:hicola, wLO. iain
is not seeded )but is the Apalacii- ,miy v
cola Valley Conference champs. bjyi;
Terry Hinoto Hnid Wayne Tay-r,. lhis t


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: 1 wr, 'rl T':unlsriay as, Aub-
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'. ''lr. ir a:nd Eoane, ilvest-
(']ii'':1y spoke at their regu-
u!rsday iunchetu.
: r'.e've Ithe :otarians a pic-
of Ahn finamnday pulse of the
1, v',: .1.' 1 wiih a predictio-n
c COnpany through 1965.
;-an aid that his company
I, a 1l1ow steady climb in
oss from new uniAil 165, which
far as they predicted. The
prop under the curreInt c"on-
va;s credit naud (*;sy payment
; ncrordi ,< to ilncan. and
yp of p,'rlcha.ing. where a


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i co ntui m oed growth and pro-
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I h U-lH ity.

I lo repor, which was "el :'cdO
10 s'tockh,,hld rs tlhis week, sMat.s
i1 I. :10 utiIity iias been ab i'' :
s, n i''r :i i at rlae ofL 1,.SO p ;'
i duiriug 19 7 o bring' tii' lo-
i o 2:1;;.2.. hill thle !11-,oun01U a; UI
o:,v, hy 'o 'F C.

1, bter serve this gre'>vil
'iei il u t 1ii y last year :SpP I
.! LOVEi, n nc' cotnsLruin Ai n
c 'nsio aA ld teis ;yem' pl.: 1: t
S",uid n 1. ddiion l t ii::,i.'1.0fli'.
.v censtrectiol includes l t n t \
1.1' 0 lilo rv,::,tt plant ini St el
t Fbiurg' alre':idy under const!l'-[eiorl
,ind scheduled for coiple],i',In 1.1
Scptemlber, 19,S, and a 73,10,1 k .;
wni ad iion 1to the i eorgo Q 'ci -
u'r p;ant ;'t Enterprise in C ,'1n:;l1:
Mlorida, planned for a 1959 enn)i-
p'liio date. \Ai present th" toral
): 'i: :: oi 'nv r Corporation 1 a Fl0 ':-
::n :;: g C pIbHi~iy is 572.C00 1 kilo',vat>.

'.potliIghtinlg the growth o the
ompaay and 1he stale, the r'e]port
Rive. comparison 'f;gures for "'Te;t
\,u';>s ol progress". Avcrog,- :'u:m
bcr of cusltomiors increased i151 pert
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T:, 'ort S-. Joe C'thaimber of
CAi.i;nm began its 195S adlivi-
tics ];;:l ioiday Ilight at the City
11: i. ivh'n tihe President, C ,orge
(G. th.e, 1 'liv '"d f etotl the
r1 .:]'aI In1;'! San os r 'oor t. TJoe
1; **'.R, Hit' C( lu nmber ,',as goigi11, lO
r ,' ]* ; y y ,-r-0lon1 "T'lrldo At

TappL- s'iid that I'GL 'I].ha[ pro-
0.: oi t: o his type in the past had
i zoo cieire because of
: l ''ci::'ni's spo,-n'sorship. He de-
I .: ,I'. e Cl:y as well as the
O ocdil the "Trade at
ei ii'e" .' mpai 1n.
i': id that the campaign
i wayt, a selfish motive for
c.uiinunity also. "Every orgahi-
z.non town looks to the mer-
oni! ; for special discounts. dona-
tions and aid with every project
that comes to light", Tapper said.
"In i1',ut of this, we feel thai the
"Trade At Home' canmpaltign is nec-
cssary to put the merchant in bet-


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THE TIMES-UNION TROPHY for winning the Northwest Florida
Conference (' ........ ,;I. in football was presented to the Port
St. Joe Sharks last week by Ray Charleston, Assistant Sports Edi-
[or of the Florida TimessUnion. Charles (right) made the presenta-
tion to team captain Wayne Taylor (cneter) and Coach Marion
Craig (left). (Star Photo)


two prime all-state prospects. -'a .-; ::uye:r would !urcha.so"e goods ;h:;: ":M p,2r ci',n; o-er 1971 Annu5Al av- a 'r shape for his role in commune ,l "ilBcl! .
J<:;i0ht, their d&f;1nsive pa,,. l'ie cul e \.vcr b!Iy for cash would :-::e ,.. ,, hour use per resi- ity deCvelopmlent". A. r._ ii Lg I
-'*'nk iceicher, a1,'e the big gun: kCeep I;, aon,:!y going. ]entihl cusinier''ose to ,-471 kwvh Tapper oullined his plan for the
:i- t'-.e Sliharks' attack. PleichIer' The ,''akr rporicd that te ,1 1 in *o n: increase over ,;I ,;'mpain, which is to last allyear 7
satr as a player is ''.: o'- sa'le, of0 so' goods such 1 as closing 1.T,'ii 17'C i1 1:1.7i. .i'. Hie laid plans before the mer- 0
eve: since word was i ,'"^. wpi-er lit ," ';Igin:1ing to show a igg's! i' ya,1' hi1're;is of a1l Ilcan'::" to have members from every e
afl .;-:- nd tC:'") ^ '* ':"'-" ..:aln- ilb ov"r he la.0it o; !)957, bnit l ;',..th i:n he. r'pe)'t was i fe arni' l, r ;ih club. organization and any or-
O, 0.1 C x ,,'i; {:::I :"I.:,..r" :--' ', ', ac] .' ,.. Iu- .;:Ie : .] ', 'c t 'ax e1s.1.*Las' ''4" tbe n.l:: i l.d gathering in tow n on his --
and the family was called to he: iomobiles, and11 the like were, slower ..lon'l' :ly i1id a "11,110.151 tax bill, ,omnittee--everybody hiu) retail To Study Traffic Along
bedside. Also on the ailing list is in gaining their sales momentum ai 70 nor ent increase over 191o 7 merc9hanuts. intra-Coaistal Waterway
ace reliever David Musselwhite. halck. lIe p' redieted that. these thiug; h ,':'n rhe utility's taxes were $1,- '11('i committee will be headed up
Ready to go are ever-faithful' Jack- would sK,,,w a hie:aty increa'so i' 'i: 0:;,i. bly 'Tomi Coldewey. vice-president of TALLAHIASSEE (Special) -
ie Mitchell and Ed Smitnh, boith very sa(.s b-' fio 1'o1 was over, th'-: rI eni'le 'in 1 '.57 was thlie Chami er for the coming year. ep. Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Port St.
formidable campaigners. All i l 1i], Dunca, n aid. tihe c!- :.7,i .', an increase of :25) per Coldeiwey spoke briefly before Jo, was advised today that the
Port St. Joe will have their work omi pic'ure looks, bright. :',i "cr th" '917" revenue of $12.- !'i n 1erchaats and enlisted their first report on the progress of the
cut out for them in !Malone and Guisl. o' t ilic elub was Lesliet Cas :..,'. EIIings on11 common stock "I,1essings- on the project. Colde- industrial potential survey of the


Cottondale. MIalone, has already
beaten the Sharks once this year.
but wera soundly spanked last weck
end on the Sharks home court when
the Sharks, handed them a SS-48 de-
feat. The Sharks also defeated Ma-
lone in the NWFC tournament with
only limited services from their ace
Wayne Toylor.
Cottondale, which Coach WI. C.
Hiiclman rates as the best balanc-
ed juinle: in thfl slia,e and second
seeded will be up to 1ry and un-
seat the Sharks. Also a threat is.
Chattahoocheeo which doftated the

MEETING TONIGHT IN PANAMA
DISTRICT BOY SCOUT

A District Boy SQout CommitteD
meeting will be held tonight a:t
7:30) p.m. in Panama City. The
meeting will be held at the Elks
Club.
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There will be a business meeting
of the Gulf County TB and lear0.h
Association Friday, February 28,


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Si''re bylteroian Church f
iday, .'[arch 10 through
. i:'rc' it;, ., to t
"of tLh: ihurl. Rev. Harr
h]e :-,ue, speaker at t
1vi: s 'w1 h Rev. Er'uco
pa-st or of tL1he Warrington
icrian Church in Warring
i11. Re. W-idenan was
lIspent l, "(early years of ]
| a r'iriorn .VlMinnesota. He
from John Fleteher Colle
loos.1. Iowa, the \Westlminii
inary. Philadelphia, Pa.
.old pastorates in New JT(
ginia. Alabalma and now
yoNrs at WVarIrington.
The services will be h
daiiy at 6:!0 a.m. with c
doughnuts being served
siutly at 7:00 to 7:45 a.mn
nin.g services at 7:30 eac'
TlhI public is cordial:
to attend these services.
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Plans being completed for the 'Leering LO keep one. two, three or
Sixth District Land Feostival sche- four student1I, for thi night of the
duled for' Port St. Joe on March festival:
2S and 29 indicate that it will be Vi C. .
the largest ever held in this dis-
trict. S. L. Barlo, J. C. Beilin, Lawrcnei,
Bandmaster Heriman Dean who is Dissmcn., Paul Blount. C. E. Boyer,
in change of the festival this year lierber' t BrvI, Ch.-res "' r'own
states.that 28 bands and orches- Renry C:aiipbell '1ii1::.- Ch k .
tra s will bp here, and that it has Chandl'Ar, J. 11. Chasn, RuP|
already been necessary to secure C'i T. J. F. Chr'isian J. D. lark,.
extra judges. Tom Cioldeof:, Chluncley Cosilin.
Housing facilities for at least Gus, Cree i, Clinlon Cox, Acnold
700 students, directors .aid1 chdper- tDaniell. Ierman Dean.
ones will be needed for Friday Ruck Ou-rmtany, WJoe Do'd, .i W.
night, March 28, according to Dean. Dureu, Pob EilztL y, Paul F'n='nIm,
According to information on file Clyde Fite, J. P. Fleishel, Do Fox,
with Mrs. Paul Fensom, housing LMrs. J. L. Fuller, (. C. Hammond,
chairman, not quite halIf that goal Frank ianoni .]. H. Giddie, WV. TJ.
(has been reached with all available Hi:ote. 1I. CGrifii, Walver John-
motel space in the vicinity reserved s-::-. 'ing. -'-ar.in Land, G. L.
and the following families volun- Kennington.


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r share. w'ey said that the campaign would
he n Itloi:. range project and that he
hoped to have everybody in townl at
'ca:'! h indecdly active in the cam-
pa,[ga before the end of the year.
ile a 1sked for any ideas and discus-
sion tlhaqt any of the merchants nay
have on the idea.
e held at To a 11an the. 35 merchants pres-
0ronm Mon- oent endorsed the Chamber's plan
and offered their backing. Several
suggestions were offered to the
he pastor commit, e as a starting point. Ba-
y Punt.- sically the program will begin witli
these smer- a campaign of education urgi&iV. theo
Wideman, buyer to try Port Sc. Joe first be-
n Presby- fore doing their shopping out 01
,ton, Flor- town.
born and Coldewey said that his entire
his life in comm nittee would be named in the
graduated near future.
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coffee and
anld Bible
. Th oeve-
hi evening.
ly invited


Mrs. P1. Lapeyrouse, D. M.
Lewis, James McCall. R. H. McIn-0
ishl, IF. R,. Maige, W. T. Mosely,
oalvin MIusselwhlite, Ralph Nance,
T, ) Owens, B. E. Rawls, Floyd
ro;,:'s, W. K. Stcttlemire, Joe Slhar-
T, .t. R. Smith, R. 1W. Smith, Mrs.
ac Spaulding.
hje StevenS:, Silas R. Stone, O.
M. T'ryior, WV. F. Tharpe, Blakely
;'iiiiasoIt. A. 11. Tomlinson, F. E.
fii':. 1iiill !,ill W haley, Dennis W il-
Ii:i:n., E. Willianms, E. J. Wynn.
It is I, I honor for Port St. Joe to
:xave this festival and a wonderful
Id\, i i-11ent for our city. Surely
;., can rise to the occasion. Anyone
V:ho can house one or more stu-
dets :is urged to call Mrs. Fensom
.1 E !1 7-.5GI. It will not be nee-'
.ssary t0 furnish' transportation for
these students.


OAK GROVE ASSEMBLY
Sunday School
Children's Church -- ---
VWorshi S-errvices .


FIRST METHODIST
Sunday School
Youth Fellowship
Worship Services
Highland View
Sunday School
Worship Services
Mexico Beach
Sunday School
Worship Services

HIGHLAND VIEV
Sunday School
Training Union --
WVors.hip Services

ST. JAMES' EF
Holy Communion --
ChIurch School -
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Young Churchmen

FIRST BAPTIST
Sunday School ------
Training Union
Worship Services

PRESBYTERIAN
Sunday School
Youth Fellowship -
WVorship Services
(Continued Fror


Apalachicola River Basin and Gulf
County Intra-Coastal Canal will be
given 11by A. D. Little, I'nc., Febru-
1ry 27.
11. R. Fuller, Jr., Executive Direc-
tori of the Florida Development
Commission informed the Florida
representative that the Little firm
will give its report at a meeting of
the Commission.
A. D. Little, Inc., of Cambridge,
Massachusetts, is conducting the
entire West Florida survey and is
scheduled to give its final report
inl August.
lRepresentative Costin initiated
the programl to obtain funds for
the Apal:achicola Basin and Gulf
County intra-Coastal Canal survey
Lturinll the 1957 session of the Flor-
ida, Legislature. He conferred with
the Development Commission and
provided the leadership in getting
the project through the 1957 ses-
sion of the Florida Legislature.
The Legislature subsequently ear-
marked a $17,000 appropriation and
designated the Development Com-
nmission as the state agency to see
that the job was done.


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Graveside Services


Held for J. A. Nance

James Arthur Nance, 76, a resi-
dent of Port St. Joe for the past
15 years died at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Louis Johnson of
Kenney's Mill Monday morning at
10:20.
Graveside services were held yes-
terday at 10:30 a.m. at -the Holly
Hill Cemetery in Port St. Joe. Ser-
vices were conducted 'by Rev. J. C.
Odum, pastor of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church.
Pallbearers were Bill Traweek,
Grady Mims, James Johnson, Dick
Saunders, Dud Crain and Wes Fer-
ris.
Survivors of Mr. Nance included
his wife, Sara Alice of Kenney's
Mill; one son, E. R. Nance of Bay
Minette, Ala.; one daughter, Mrs.
Louis Johnson and three great
grandchildren.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
nients.



Highland View .PTA

Is Four Years Old

During February all P.-T. A.'s
throughout the 'nation celebrate the
founding of this wprthwhile ongani-
zation. For Highland View this


Merchant's Division month holds double significance be-
ST CHURCH cause their local association was
151 meS Committees founded during February also. This
35 year marks its fourth anniversary.
.-231) The Steering Coinmittee of the To celebrate this year, the sixth
Methodist Merchant's Division of the Cham- grade under the direction of Jack
26 ber of Commnerce met Monday af- Mahon, presented the program
34ternoon to select committeeo or which emphasized not only the na-
Mission the cooling year. tional, but international scope of
34 Selected were: the PTA. Students wearing COB-
S34 .Membership committee: Vic An tunes appropriate to the country
person, chairman; Vernon Woolford they represented, gathered about
V BAPTIST and Jo 0n Robert Smith. a table in the center of the stage
91 Publicity: Wesley R*. tamsev, as they told of the importance of
55 chairman; Durel Brigman and Nix- P.-T A. intheir country.
-190 on Dykes. The words, "Founder's Day" in
IAttendance: Guy Middleton chair- large blue letters decorated the ta-
PISCOPAL !man; RPobert Bellows and James Al- ble cover and a lighted birthday
13 len, cake centered the table.
------------------- 2 Policy: H. A. Campbell, chair- As a gracious gesture of apprec-
-- ---- -- 54man; Gordon FHallimark and Frank nation to past presidents, vice-presi-
1i. ,ate dents, and to the teachers, corsages
Ineprsetative: R. I Maxwell, of blue carnations accented with
* CHURCH chairman and Jcese Stone. yellow bows were presented by the
---------2----- 21 Education: W a y n e Buttram, program chairman, Margaret Ad-
-.-..-- 73 chairman; C. W. Long and Frank ams. Officers receiving flowers
S --- 334 McDonald. were: Mrs. Hosie Barfield, Mrs. J.
Sa-leprlloIl: G. F. L aw'rence W. Lee, Mrs. Ted Whitfield and
CHURCH chairman; Wesley R. 11 sey and Mrs. Hoke Glass.
32 .1111 Blount. Delicious refreshments of sand-
-. 1 ____---______ wiches, small cakes, coffee and
-.......-........ 72 punch were served to the members
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City-Wide Circle Meetings


Mrs. Tom Byrd, St. Joe Beach Our Heritage", which traced the
was hostess to her circle at 3 p.m. history of the Woman's organiza-
February 24, with Mrs. Norton Kil- tions from their beginnings, and
bourne presiding in the the ab- the various activities covered.


sence of Mrs. W. D. Jones, Chair-
man.
Mrs. Edmund Bradley sent a mes-
sage of appreciation to all who had
any part in making the recent open
house a success. Plans for present-
ing a life membership, and the gift
to the Mobile Rural Center were
discussed.
The president, Mrs. Croxton sent
a message asking that a good dele-
gabion be -sent to the district meet-
ing in Graceville, Tuesday, March 4.
"Faith for Today" was the sub-
ject of the meditation followed by
prayer. The subject of the program
was "Christian Action on the March


A seasonal dessert of delicious
cherry pie topped with cream, and
coffee were served by the hostess
during the social hour.
The meeting was closed with the
WSCS benediction.
Circle No. 4 of the Methodist
WSCS met in the home of Mrs. J.
L. Temple Monday morning, Feb-
ruary 24.
The meeting was opened with a
prayer by Mrs. G. S. Croxton.
Mrs. J. L. Sharit gave a devotion-
al, leaving this thought: "Because
God Is Merciful, we can have hope
in this life and in the life to come".


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Elementary School
Lunch Room Menu
Monday, March 3
Corned beef hash, buttered spin-
ach, carrot sticks, prunes, white
bread and milk.
Tuesday, March 4
Pork and rice, snap beans, green
salad, apple sauce, white bread and
milk.
Wednesday, March 5
Barbecue weiners, lima beans,


An Interesting story was told by i
Mrs. Edmund Bradley about "The week. Miss Alma Baggett, After the
Elephant Hair Bracelet" which is program, a business session was
a symbol of the desire and plea of held. After dismissal the hostess,
the people of Kataka Kombe, a mis- with the help of Miss Alma DeWitt
sion station in the Central Congo served refreshments to the follow-
Conference, for more missionaries. ing members: Mrs. Leona Bashan3,
An informative report was given IMrs. Lillian Hall, Mrs. Hutchins,
by Mrs. Edwin Ramsey on the effi- Mrs. Track, Mrs. L. E. Voss, Mrs.
cient and capable handling of funds J. F. Orrick, Mrs. Bill Barlow, Mrs.
from the time the individual mem- J. D. Clark, Miss Baggett and Mrs.
ber makes her gift in the local N. G. Martin.
Society until the money reaches its i
destination..
After a business session, the
meeting closed with t'he WSCS
benQdiction.
Coffee and cinnamon buns were
served by Mrs. Temple to Mrs. J. L.
Sharit, Mrs. Edmund Bradley, Mrs.
G. S. Croxton, Mrs. J. L Miller, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Swan of
Edwin Ramsey and one visitor, Mrs. Denver, Colo., announce the birth
Flora Raymond of Republic, Ohio. of a son William Alan on February
13 in the General HIospital. Mrs.
Circle 5 of the Long Avenue Bap- Swan is the former Carolyn Cream
tist Church met February 18 witti er of Highland View.
Mrs. Alene Leggett, of 109 Wood-
vard Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Sarver
The WMU program, "Doorpos-s announce the birth of a daughter,
and Gates" was presented by M's. Jaunita Lucielee, February 18 at
T D. Hutchins, Mrs. James Tra- the Port SIt. Joe Municipal Hospi-


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showings. Please try to see it from the beginning
FEATURES START AT 2:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.
DOORS OPEN AT 1:45 P.M.
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cabbage slaw, ginger bread and
milk.
Thursday, March 6
Liver and brown gravy, mashed
potatoes, collard greens, corn bread
jello and milk.
Friday, March 7
No school, evaluation day.

Garden Notes
Fertilize your ,lawn in Februal y
to revitalize it. First rake well to
remove dead blades and fallen
leaves. Apply a commercial lawn
fertilizer at rate recommended on
package. Turn on sprinkler and
wash the fertilizer gently in the
soil. Better still, apply fertilizer
just before a rain.
Many plants are available at lo-
cal florists for immediate plant-
ing. The late season encourages
planting snaps, daisies, calendulia,
saock, carnations and petunias.

Church Attendance
(Continued Flom Page 1)
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST
Sunday School 134
'Training Union 75
W orsihip Services -----..... ....... 233
ZION FAIR BAPTIST
Sunday School 75
B Y PU 35
Worship Services .....----........ 205
NEW BETHEL AME
Sunday School 44
Worship. Services ------- 146


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got to get ready /f.'.,
to roll. Someone's
sure to buy
nylons at these
i sale prices.

Yes, just imagine
:t them giving
allowances up to
S I $22.00 a pairin
A j trade for us.


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FEB. 27, 28 and MARCH 1
Register's Pure Pork Smoked
SAUSAGE

Lb. 59c
Sunnyland's Economy Brand
Sliced Bacon
2 lbs. 99c
Ga. Grade A 3 to 4 Lb. Avg.
HENS lb. 29c
Old Fashioned
HOOP CHEESE
Lb. 53c
USDA Good Chuck
Roast or Steak

lb. 49c
QUART JAR
Wesson Oil

Qt. 69c
MAXWELL HOUSE
COFFEE

89c
4 LB. CELLO BAG
A PPLES
Baking or Pie
49c__
BLACKBURN
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No. 5 jug 49c
No. 10 Jug
Salad Oil-- $1.49
With Each $5.00 Order
No. 1 Maryland Pak
TOMATOES

2 tall cans 25c
Pillsbury Assorted
CAKE MIXES

2 for 28c
Lb. Can TWIN PET
DOG FOOD
3 for 25c
HEINZ
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6 jars 59 c
HEINZ
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THU RSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1958


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The Splitting of Precinct No. 8. ..
(From The Gulf County Breeze)
The matter of cutting up Precinct No. 8 into two colors
is far from settled if we recognize the determination of the voters
from Precinct No. 9 for what it is worth. Out of nowhere the
County Commissioners are faced with one of the thorniest prob-
lems ever to confront a County Board.
On the one hand, should the Board agree to split the pre-
cinct as requested, as surely as day follows night, the NAACP
will be upon the scene shouting "discrimination," and Gulf County
could be dumped into the national spotlight, its flanks bared, its
face sheepish.
On the other hand, if the County Board stands pat and
refuses to split up the precinct by color, it could well generate
the wrath of many voters, not only in Port St. Joe, the location
of the problem precinct, but also countywide, at the next few
General Elections, and County Commissioners' heads would roll
with the swishing of the political ax. It is not too far-fetched"
to conceive that an incident could be contrived in Precinct No. 8
between Negro and white at the next election so that those who
wanted the precinct split could point an accusing finger and say,
"See, we told you this would happen but you wouldn't listen."
In our view although we fully appreciate the sentiment of
those who desire the change, splitting the precinct as requested
is no long-run solution. The view is short-sighted, at best, and
suggests that someone is refusing to look ahead far enough into
the future. Indeed, such an action, if it becomes reality, may
only hasten the day we are all busily maneuvering to postpone.
At the two meetings held so far on this topic, people from
Precinct No. 8 have been hard to find. Of course, this is no ar-
gument that the majority of whites in Precinct No. 8 are not in
sympathy with the proposed change. Personally we believe they
are, but like most people, are content to sit back and let the few
energetic souls do all the work. At the same time, we wonder
just how fanatical they are on the subject.
This gives us pause to wonder if another an interim -
course of action is not possible. It was pointed out at the last
meeting that even the most satisfactory split would leave a fam-
ily or two in th proposed Negro precinct. It was also indicated
that, in the event the precinct was divided as requested, these
whites, if they wished, could apply to the Supervisor of Registra-
tion to vote in another precinct, and the probability was they
would not be refused. Brodening this thinking, why then would
it not be possible to honor such a request from any white now
voting in Precinct No. 8, without splitting the precinct? Thus,
those who feel strongly enough could vote in another precinct.
Those who do not feel as strongly could continue to vote in Pre-
cinct No. 8.
If it's legal, we can think of no better way of finding out
just how many, assuming no coercion-is brought to bear, in Pre-
cinct No. 8 desire the change. Incidentally this would eliminate
the expense of conducting a referendum, as has been suggested.
Of course, this is no real solution, either, if the response is over-
whelming. And certainly, it can only arouse the wrath of those
who say, frankly, that their only reason for wanting the precinct
split is to separate white from black. Our humble judgment i.
that the only real solution is to let the precinct alone and pro-
perly supervise it with an adequate force of peace officers.
We wonder how many would agree.


INCOME TAX SERVICE
323 Monument Ave.-Across from St. Joe Motor Co.
Phones 7-7421 and 7-2391 B. B. CONKLIN, Acct.
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NEWS FROM

Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
PHONE BAII 7-4652
Mr. and Mrs. Hosie Barfield and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Adkins and Mrs. Matthews visited
in Altha, Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Daniels and
children spent the week end in Car-
rabelle with Mrs. Daniel's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Brown.
Peavy Mims is visiting in Atlan-
ta, Ga., with Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Knight and son Ralph.
Mrs. Dan Hatfield is in Pensacola
Baptist Hospital for treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weeks spent
the week end in Lake Alfred, as
the guest of Mr. Week's sister, Mrs.
Etta Ogburn.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Armstrong
and children vsiited Mrs. Arm-
strong's mother at Graceville Sun-
day, Mrs. Nancy Patterson and
friends, Mrs. Melie Bell and family.
Th eHighland View Baptist WMiU
met in the home of Mrs. W. W. Gar-
rett for their regular monthly cir-
cle meeting with five members
present. Mrs. Roney was in charge
of the meeting. Scripture was read
by Mrs. Roney. Mrs. Mills lead the
opening prayer. Mrs. Roney gave
the last chapter of the mission
book, "Look, Look The City". The
meeting was dismissed by Mrs.
!Alice Aacomber. Refreshments
were served by Mrs. W. W. Garrett.
Mr. and Mrs. Pelham Revell and
children Joyce and Jerry attended
the funeral of th children's grand-
father, J.L. Hayes Sunday. He died
Thursday in a Chipley hospital.
Mrs. H. L. Rooks of Chipley was
the guest of her son and family
over the week end, Mr. and Mrs.
Hubert Cumbie.
Bridal Shower
,Miss Melba Jean Armstrong hon-
ored Mrs. Richard Bishop nee Mari-
lyn Keels, who became the bride
of Airman Richard Bishop on Feb-
ruary 9 with a bridal shower Fri-
day night, February 21 at her home
on Fourth Street. Coffee and punch
and doughnuts were served to those
attendiiing. Mrs. Thelma Brown, Mrs.
Velma Kollos, Mrs. Louise Marshal,
Mrs. ,Nellie Pickron, Mrs. Mary
Weeks, Miss Fayette McCormick,
Mrs. Gene Adkins, Miss Bobygie
Kilbourn, Miss Joan Coker, Miss
Glenda Burke, Mrs. Jeanette Miles,
Mr: June Clemons, Mrs. Thomas,
Mrs. Parker Mrs. Vivian Littles,
Mrs. Mozelle Ganey, Miss Pet As-
belle, Miss Joyce Wynn and Mrs.
Belle DuBose.
Lunch Room Menu
MONDAY: Sloppy joe on bun,
string beans, grapefruit sections,
bun, butter and milk.
TUESDAY: Braised liver, mash-
de potatoes, creole tomatoes, peach
cobbler, bread, butter and milk.
WEDNESDAY: Boiled limas and


ham, turnips, fruit cup, corn bread,
butter and milk.
THURSDAY: Corned beef hash
on rice, peas, biscuits, butter and
milk.
FRIDAY: evaluation day.
RETURNS FROM STUDY
IN NEW YORK COLLEGE
Miss Lynn Ramsey, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ramsoy will
arrive Friday from New York City
She has been affiliated with Colum-
bia University the past three
months where she received training
in pediatric nursing at Babies Hos-
pital, a branch of Presbyterian Hos-
pital. Miss Ramsey will return to
Emory University in Atlanta about
the middle of March to continue
study towards a Bachelor of Sciencee
degree in nursing.
It pays to advertise try It!


ST. JAMES' CHURCH .
EPISCOPAL S Big Nw of Y NeigI
Rev, Gardner D. Underhill, Rector tar Nf Your Neighb
Rx, EPISCOPALheSa Brings News of Yor Nelgnho


The Second Sunday in Le
March 2, 1958. 7:30 a.m., Celeb:
tion of the Holy Communion. 9:
a.m., Church School. 11:00 a.i
Celebration of the Holy Commi
ion and sermon. Remember this
our family service and you are iu
ed to attend Church as familiE
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer follow
by a meeting of the Episcop
Young Churchmen. 7:00 p.m., CS
Celebration of the Holy Commi
ion and sermon at St. John's Chiur
Wewahitehka.
The public is cordially invited
worship with us and is assured
a warm welcome.

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REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING GWORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -_-. 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYE RSERVICE (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street


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THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1958 (In Former Dodge Agency Building)


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Entrance. Award Will Be Made Saturday Evening During Auction Sale. Sign Any Time Thursday, Friday
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Go First Class


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Three well-known Port St. Joe residents are on the job 24 hours a day to fill your tanks and hot
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FOR DAYTIME SERVICE DIAL

7- 221


FOR SERVICE AFTER 6:00 P.M. DIAL

7-5064


MEN READY TO SERVE YOU ARE;


IRIS FURNEY
Bulk Delivery Manager
PHONE (Home) 7-5064


HOWARD ROGERS
Appliance & Service Manager
PHONE (Home) 7-7038


EARL PEAK
Sales Manager
PHONE (Home) 7-2656


REMEMBER: Use numbers above only on Sundays, holidays and after 6:00 P.M. daily Otherwise ...


Dial 7-4221


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SALE


AT SEVEN P.M. ON MARCH 8, 1958
New and Used Furniture, Appliances and Repossessions Wlil Go On Sale To The Highest Bidder In This Sale of Sales Saturday Evening Conducted
by HUBER BROTHERS, Well Known Auctioneers of St. Petersburg: Florida.
COME TO LOOK AND STAY TO BUY EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO FURNISH YOUR HOME AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY!
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Methodist Youth Fellowship -- 6:15 p.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.

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Presbyterian Women
Host To District Meet
The Women of the Presbyterian
Churches of District 2 met at the
local Presbyterian Church on Feb-
ruary 19- beginning at 10:30 a.m.
Registration began at 10:30 and
adjournment followed lunch at 2
p.m.
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JOSEPH A. MALONEY, President and Director. Retired Commander Uniatd ate
Navy. Held many commands requiring exceptional executive ability and knowrg
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aoce its inception. He is 55 years of age, married, a devout member of his dutch.
Resident of Apalachicola. Highly regarded as Civic and Business Leader of the en.
tim area.
WILLIAM J. RYAN III, Vice President, Assistant SecretaryTreasuw rad Director.
educated at Newberry College, Duke University, Harvard College, U.S.N.R. Mid
Whipman School. He was Line and Communication Officer in the Navy during World
War II; Assistant Chief Educational Agent, Training Division, Veterans Administra-
tion, Miami; and later head of The Ryan Construction Company for 7 years doing
Residential, Motel and Commercial Building. Now Vice-Preaident of First State
Mortgage Company, Miami. He has served as a City Councilman of North Miamil
Florida and as Chairman of the City's Building and Zoning Board. He is 37 years of
ge, married, and has lived in North Miami for a number of years. ... .
ARTHUR H. RUSSELL, Secretary and Treasurer, and Director. Cost Accountas
a bigh school graduate, graduate of Bentley School of Accounting aad Finance, BoMro.
Completed special courses at Boston University. Served 5 years in the U. S. Army as
an Artillery Communications Officer. Was connected with two large Savings Banks
in Massachusetts and an executive in The Production Control and Cos Estimate De
apartment of Sylvania Electric Company, Electronics Division. Now an executive of
int State Mortgage Company, Miami. He is married and lives in Miami.
WILLIAM D. HOPKINS, Director. Member of the Legal Firm of Hopkins and Pdl.
s somr, Lewis State Bank Building, Tallahassee. A widely known and respected member
Of the Florida Bar. Legal Counsel for many Corporations and Financial Insltitations; -
and on the Board of Directors of many of these concerns. He is married, has resided
Is Tallahassee for many years. One of the Founders of Citizens Gas Company, Inc.
W. GUY McKENZIE, Director. President of South State Oil Company, President of
#- Hydro Gas Company of Tallahassee, Inc., President and General Manager of M. IR
& R. Trucking Company, Director of Atlas Southern Corporation, Director Hydro
Ga Service Company, Pstident of Wright Motor Oospany (Mack Truck Agency),
Vih*es4ts4nt of Termlnal Service Company. He is maied and reside in Tall--
bo On of dthe Founder of Citizens Gaa CmpaVy, Inc.. -


0 llw ot*rs lookiMg tfo liberal income ccwmbiwd witb substaMtial
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, hld. THUR AY, iFE.RUARY 2?, 1958
L A e Ba is part. Mrs. Poi'd served delicious son, Synodical President were pres-
Long veCue I Mt refrehmet Interesting messages were heard, credit to your social security ac- Attend Funeral
rCircles eet Last Week WMU Circle 4 of the Long Ave- --_____ count. Failure to furnish the correct Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dickery and
nue Baptist Church met with Mra. y t number may result in loss of bene- children attended the funeral of
Circle 1 of the Long Avenue Bap- Kenneth Bateman on February 18. OU GOa Have A fits. Mrs. Dockery's aunt, Mrs. Lucy
tist WMU met Wednesday, Feb- Mrs. Joe Wilkie gave the devotion- Card To Get Credit The social security office for the Gray in Carrabelle last Wednesday.
ruary 19 with Mrs. H. L. Ford. Mrs. al and the program, "Door Posts __ __ seven counyt area including Bay,
Ford was in change of the program. and Gates" was presented with all Anyone subject to self-employ- Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jacks on, NEWS MUSIC WEATHER
She gave the devotional and an in- members participating. Anyone subject to self-employ- Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson,
teresting program. "Door Posts and ment tax must have a social secur- Walton and Washington is at 522 W J 0 E
Gates" was presented with the Circle 3 of the Long Avenue ity number in order to receive so- Mercer Ave., Panama City. Tele-
members and one visitor taking Baptist Church met Tuesday night cial security credit, John V. Carey, phone PO 3-5331. 1570 Cn You.' Dli1
February 18, in the home of Mrs. district manager.of the Panma I
SFrank Py 1le. 8Fllowing the o o- City Social Security Office said this
Frank Poole. Following the dveo-
week.
tional period an interesting pro- w eE. T L
.... -.. t d If you do not have a social se- -
St ~gram was presented by the me m curity card, apply for one at your
bers present. Mrs. Eldridge Money, card aoial security office If A IR E
chairman of the circle then con-
ducted the short business meeting. you have lost your card, ask for a Size 6:50-15
duplicate card with the same num-
Mrs. Poole served delicious refresh- er.
ments to Mrs. Money, Mrs. E. W.
SBeaman, Mrs. Grady Player and a 'If it is not convenient for you to
visitor, Mrs. Kenneth Todd. .go to a social security office, you TO BE GIVEN AWAY APRIL 15, 1958
------ may obtain a blank application at
GI insurance fic your post office. Fill it out and
GI Insurance ice mai t to th social security oiceU AM W .
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Register As Often As You Like
One Ticket With Each $1.50 Purchase of Gasoline


C. B. GRIEF, Superintendent


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self-service Piggly Wiggly


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bringing the finest foods at lowest costs


homes of America.


In celebration of our


birthday we have a store full of wonderft


CELLO BAG


CARROTS


2 LB. BAG
23c


values for YOU.


Come in and help us celeb


(And thanks for your loyal patronage t[
made our wonderful record possible.) -


SUNKIST


LEMONS


DOZEN


29c


Birthday Party
Saturday, March I
HAVE A PIECE OF OUR BIRTHDAY CAKE
PLENTY OF PUNCH and COFFEE


FRESH PORK
BACK
BONE


LB.


GOLDEN RIPE


2 LBS.


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49c


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CORN


2 FOR


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April 16, 1958
SCOTSMAN


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Register At Your Local
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Santa Rosa
Pineapple
27c
Van Camp's
PORK and


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29c
BORDEN'S
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49c


WHITE TULIP
10 LB. BAG


MARIGOLD
OLEO

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GIANT SI39c
GIANT SIZE


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69C


PENNY
DOG FOOD


3 FOR


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OUR VALUE
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Baby Food


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THE STAR
Publlthed Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY I. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second.olass matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 1879.
DIAL BAlU 7-3161
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.
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


Too Late To Classify

Nuclear energy is a subject that
most of us know little about. We
know that our scientists are playing
around with powerful forces cap-
able of terrifying destruction as
well as untold good for mankind.
Our youngsters gallop about fir-
ing synthetic space guns and we
know that man-made satellites en-
circle the earth. Scientists suck
on their pipes and calmly predict
the date that we will send a man
into outer space or an expedition
to the moon.
iSubjects that were purely science
fiction a few years ago now become
realities. Most of us don't know
what it is all about. The average
mortal mind is incapable of grasp-
ing the picture that scientists re-
veal today.
Last week it was my privilege to
witness an interesting demonstra-
tion staged as a feature of the
Florida State Fair. An atomic show
sponsored jointly by the Florida
Nuclear Energy Commission and
the Oak Ridge Research organiza-
tion, presented at the Tampa Elec-
tric Company's Electrical Exposi-
tion.
The demonstrations of atomic
power and reaction were tremen-
dously impressive. We learned that
while no one has ever seen an atom,
and like electricity, it is a force
beyond human understanding, we
have within our grasp a power ;o
potent that it can bring about man-
kind's complete destruction or pro-
vide him with limitless aid in the
creation of a better world.
We learned that veery material
thing that exists is made up of
atoms each with its own rate of
vibration and of .different weight
and that when we disturb or split
these atoms, tremendous energy is
released and the character of the
atom is changed, becoming another
element.
Eventually man will harness this
tremendous power and energy put-
ting it to countless uses for the
welfare of all. Industry and medical
science is using our atomic know-
ledge today with amazing results.
Let us hope that the day will
come soon when we can cease think-
ing of atoms in terms of destruc-
tion and devote our full time to
their development for peaceful
purposes.
We have gone far in material pro-
gress but have neglected our re-
search in the field of mental and
spiritual powers that we must learn
ato understand and develop if we are
to intelligently control the material
power we have uncovered.
The power that rests in men's
minds and hearts is far greater


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than that represented in the atom.
Mental power is the key to all we
have achieved in material progress
and mental power coupled with
spiritual power is what we must
look to for the future.


thoughts along with those of all
other mortals can create the bet-
ter world we want or on the other
hand can destroy the one we know
today.
Think peace, brotherhood and
understanding and your mental con-
tribution to our welfare will not
go unrewarded.

Government Payrolls
Add To Fla. Economy

Florida's economy, now planted
firmly on four legs, has brought
Floridians an increasing propor-
tion of the nation's wealth.
Tourism, manufacturing and agri-
culture, the traditional sources nf
Floridians' income, have been aug-
mented the last few years by a
fourth: payrolls of permanent gov-
ernment installations, the Florida
State iChamber of Commerce :aid
this week.


All creation and action stems The state's growing importance
from our thoughts and if we learn in national affairs is shown in this
,to control and use thoughts as we week',s business review of the
do materials we will enjoy the State Chamber's research and in-
peace and abundance we seek. "As dustrial division listing principal
a man thinketh, so he is." Your categories. The total personal in-


come of Floridians grew from 1.69 per cent last year.
per cent of the national total in Measured in volume, rather than
1952 to 2.06 per cent last year. in dollars, electric utility power


'During these five years, cash in-
come of the farmers and growers
in Florida increased from 1.54 per
cent to 2.38 per cent. Bank resour-
ces expanded from 1.26 per cent to
1.5.6 per cent; life. insurance in
force from 1.49 per cent to 1.92
per cent; and estimated retail sales
from 1.93 per cent to 2.74 per cent.
Federal internal revenue collections
in Florida in 1952 were .93 per
cent of the national total and 1.28


production stood at 1.6 per cent in
1952 and 1.96 per cent in 1957. Pas-
senger car registrations grew from
,2.22 per cent to 2.79 per cent; tele-
phones from 1.79 per cent to 2.19
per cent. During the five year in-
terval, Florida's population pushed
up from 1.99 per cent to 2.41 per
cent and nonagricultural employ-
ment increased from 1.63 per cent
to 2.24 per cent by the end of last
year.


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Can Handle Any Type Plumbing, Small or Large
15 Years Experience
ALL WORK GUARANTEED FREE ESTIMATES

PHONE BAll 7-2541 At Anytime


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1958


The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors





Smith's Pharmacy

Prescriptions compounded by
a GRADUATE Pharmacist i -
JOHN ROBERT SMITH
Pharmaceutical Chemist


L Designed exclusively for you!
Your prescription is ordered to suit your
health needs that is why we cannot
counter-prescribe, or make any changes
in amount. The doctor orders better
health. We supply It!

PHONE BAIll 7-6111


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THIS SATURDAY, MARCH 1st


Prices Good February 27, 28 and March 1
Plenty of Free Parking
25 BASKETS OF GROCERIES TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE


Port St. Joe, Florida
We Reserve Limit Rights
ALSO


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BLACKEYE rEAC
BlackeyePeas Wit 5
BlackeyePeas S,,ps


Pkgs.


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Jack and the Beanstalk
Whole Beans
Van Camp Grated
Tuna Fl S
IGA Crushed
PINEAPPLE


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TREND


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LB.
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Fresh Pork

Sides
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1958 NEWS FROM
NEWS FROM I
patient takes precedence over every OAK GROVE
H e ll other consideration. The Center
operates a patient library, a thea- By JUANITA NORRIS
SHe llo .. chairs, an exercise area, and a cha- Mrs. H. -D. Levins and daughter
pel with an interchangeable altar Regina, left Saturday for a few
By R. GLENN BOYLES for different faiths. The Public days visit with friends and relatives
National Institutes of Health lHealth Service, through the Clini- in Bonifay.
Bethesda, Md. cal Center and other resources of Rev. and Mrs. Allen H. Norris and
Dear Sunshiners: NIH, is helping to meet a need children of Apalachicola visited
Maybe a good start would be a clearly recognized not only by the with friends and relatives Saturday.
thought .for the day (quoted): I scientific world, but also ,by the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dees and chil-
"When you feel dog tired at night general public. Together with the dren of Cottondale spent the, week
maybe it's because you've growled 'medical schools and other research I end visiting with friends acd rela-
all day". You'll note the Sunshine hospitals and laboratories, the tives.
greeting (must have been thinking Clinical Center is dedicated to the Mrs. Hansel Norris is visiting for
of Boyles Sunshine Program over search for facts that will enable several days with Mr. and Mrs.
WJOE) and hope you're having it the Nation's physicians and public James Broome and daughter Wan-
. Your recent snow must have health workers to cope more effec- da Jean in Marianna.
moved this way We've a white lively with the major diseases of to- Miss Lucille Stripling was called
-oat of several in- day. Benefits are flowing, maybe away Thursday due to the death of
ches and its still slowly, but constantly to every citi- her cousin, in Alabama.
coming down zen in the Nation as a result of this Mrs. E. W. Bradley and children
A beautiful scene intensive, far-reaching program for Stevie and Connie Lynn of Somer-
at N. I. H, which we can be proud and grate- set, Mass., .are visiting Mr. and
S Did you know ful. Mrs. H. L. Harrison.
That NIH makes A peek at the lighter side of Mrs. Mary Lou Stripling and chil-
S research grants to things takes us back to St. Joe dren motored to Panama City on
S scientists in medi- where even the funeral director (P. business Saturday.
cal schools, uni- C.) has a strong, healthy laugh and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Dykes and Mr.
versities, hospi- a booming sense of humor Yes,
R. G. BOYLES tals, and other re- there's- a laugh over every cup of and Mrs. W. B. Dykes motored o
i (When one is looking for it) coffee Pensacola Saturday on business.
search organizations not affiliated and it's this writer's honest opin- Pete McFarland of Clarksville is
with the Federal Government. Each lion people have the best time in St. visiting for several days with his
Institute participates in National Joe of any place. You'll hear plen- daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Advisory Councils and technical ty of 'business gripes, too But Mrs. Newsome and daughter,
panels. An equally important activi- it's worth noting that most of the 1 Miss Minnie Ola Ray, Miss Juan-
ty is the providing of financial sup- ones who pu't a sign out five, ten ita Norris, Mrs. Bob Taylor, Miss
port to promising young scientists and fifteen years ago are still! there Stafford visited with friends in
so that 'they may complete their along with many recent ones Apalachicola Sunday afternoon.
training for careers in medical re- Plenty tough at times Who
search. The Clinical Center (largest knows where it's smooth sailing
and most recent building) is one of every day? Suggest you try SALE- hooking a whopping Cash Value at
the most recent means of meeting ING at Boyles Recent mail Boyles, the homey, friendly store
the need in the search for new from Mrs. B. includes news of Su- where your money gets the mostest
knowledge of all health problems. per Sunshine Values that would in service, quality and satisfaction!
Although the Center was establish- produce a riot in these parts. When Snow boundly yours until
ed and is operated solely for re- the weather is not too good for next week,
search purposes, the welfare of the fishing on the lakes and rivers, try R. G. B.


Port St. Joe, Florida


"Owned by the Savings Investors'"


Phone BAll 74646


Citizens' Federal

' ,OF Insured Savings Accounts
.rS ALWAYS GROW LARGER NEVER LESS
Available when needed


SAVE BY THE 10th EARN FROM THE 1st

YOU HAVE MONEY YOU WISH TO SAVE?
THE CITIZENS FEDERAL IS A SAVINGS INSTITUTION
IMPROVE BUSINESS CONDITIONS?
THE CITIZENS FEDERAL CREATES MORE JOBS, FINANCING HOMES
SAVE THE EASIEST WAY by MAIL, or bring us your Check, Money Order, or
Cash for an INSURED SAFE Savings Account.


BEGINNING R ENDS
MARCH 3rd MARCH 8th
PORT ST. JOE PORT ST. JOE
ONLY AL ONLY
WITH EVERY $3.00 ORDER OF DRY CLEANING
ANY SIZE BUNDLE OF YOUR LAUNDRY WILL BE
WASHED, DRIED and FOLDED

No Charge


59 Minute Service
WITHOUT AN ORDER OF DRY CLEANING ANY
SIZE BUNDLE WILL BE WASHED, DRIED and
FOLDED FOR THE SMALL AMOUNT OF


25c at the NEW


QUALITY CLEANERS


Launderette
Visitors Are Welcome To Come In and Inspect our New Modern
Launderette With The Latest Word In Equipment
Monument Avenue Next To The IGA


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BOYLES ANNOUNCES A RECORD STORE-WIDE SAVINGS EVENT!




BIG SHUT DOWN


Thurs., Feb. 27

Thru March 8 E

YES FRIENDS! WE SHUT OFF THE PROFITS -- When you don't work we sympathize with big store wide
cash savings -- It's 100% storewide including every single item of merchandise -- It's easy as can
be -- Simply make your selection, pay for your merchandise, and we'll give you a cash dividend! We've
never tried it before but it's all in your favor and we know you'll like it -- It's a wonderful opportunity
to save on Spring and Easter purchases! Better take it!


WHERE
CAN YOU
BEAT THIS
INVESTMENT
EVERYBODY
SAVES


PER CENT


CASH!

REFUNDED TO YOU ON
EVERY SINGLE PURCHASE!


10 DAYS ONLY -- February 27 thru March 8 only -- Layaway sales not included -- Cash only! This
is a special offer to you representing more than our n t profit. We urge you to take advantage of this
unprecedented offer! Do not forget your 10% cash refund!


$25.00 merchandise certificate to be given away March
31. Just in time for Easter! Simply sign your name and
give your address on a ticket provided for you. Drop
ticket in the lucky jar -- Your chance is as good as
anyone's -- It costs you nothing to try!


Scores of Exciting New Styles
KATE GREENAWAY
EASTER


FROCKS
For Girls 1 to 14




$1.95


Yes they're here in a glorious,
colorful array New Easter and
: early summer cottons, drip-dry!
\ A glad answer to your Easter
problem. We can't begin to de-
scribe the many lovely styles
sure to thrill big and little sis-
ter mama, too!


BOYLES SHUTS DOWN PROFITS
Sheer NYLON Lovely

HOSE


2 pr. $1.00
Ladies, stock up now on these sheer lovlies at this SHUT
DOWN PRICE. Newest spring and summer shades for
you!


CHILDREN'S and MISSES
White and Patent

SHOES


$2.95 to $5.95
Smart pumps to delight the little queen, choose from
BOYLES complete stocks now. Save 10% during this big
SHUT DOWN SALE.


E Candy for the Kiddies
Key Chains for the
Grown-ups
SJuststep in and ask for
et o,.- ... no li action


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the ground His birthday is on February 12 and IN APPRECIATION
Third Grade Gives That's what happens on Valentine's lie was. born in a log cabin. Dear Friends,
Day Bobby Ellzey In this our most tragic hour of
Thoughts of February Rainey Fendley I once was a boy heartbreak and sorrow caused by
____ Our First President Then I grew up to be a man the death of our only son and bro-
In Mrs. Martin's section of the Our first president was such a I was the President of the U. S. A. their, we want you to know that
third grade, we have read, drawn good man and never did tell a lie. In the Civil War I was shot in the your many kindnesses, your many
and, written about our shortest I think he is the best man that ever head. I was tough when I was a expresisons of sympathy, and the
month. We want to share some lived. He helped us win the fight, boy and when I was a man. beautiful flowers that you sent to
thoughts and verses about three Can you tell who? Who is the father Yours Truly, Charles as a last token of love and
days in this month, of our Country? Who chopped down Lee Prim friendship for him bring to us a
George Wasington the Cherry tree? Who had. one sis- What Happens In February measure of peace and comfort that
He fought for the peace ter and two brothers? It was George Abraham Lincoln was born on makes our heavy burden of sorrow
And he fought for nil land. Washington. February 12 and was hot in the easier to bear.
George Washington was a great, Mary Helen Harris head and died. We have no woras at our corn-
great man. President Washington Valentine's Day amre to town mand that are adequate to convey
Randy Armstrong Washington was born in 1732 he and we have it now. to you our appreciation for all the
Valintine's Day wa's our country's first President. I George Washington was born to Wonderful things that you have
Valentine's Day, Valentine's Day He was one of the greatest Presi- the Washington family and wr.en done for us but with humble hearts
I love you so gay dents. His birthday is February 22. he grew up he was so brave they we do say thank you. God bless
With all your rejoicing We should all celebrate his birth- picked him for Presid-ent. you and keep you.
On Valentine's Day. day. And that's what happens in Feb. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wilson
Charlotte Williams Charlotte Maddox ruary. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F Hughes
On Valentine's Day is a happy time Abraham Lincoln Karen Sue Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Aaron A. Lewis
to play I Abraham Lincoln was once a, X-
With Valentine's around laying on tufff' boy. He was smart and brave. I 1t pays' to adveirtie try Ai? GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


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A prescription Is a
written order by your doctor for ingre-
dients to be specifically compounded
for you.
Your doctor's prescription is filled by
the pharmacist at your Rexall Drug
Store with exacting skill in the shortest
time possible. A record is kept of every
prescription dispensed, so that if your
doctor states that it may be re-filled, a
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Next time you receive a prescription
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PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


CLASSIFIED ADS
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on
Garrison Ave. 2 lots one block
this side of Gulf Sands Court.
FOR SALE:I 1956R model Silverf Star


FOR SALE: 4 lots in Highland
View.Lot nos. 3, 5, 9 and 10. Near
school. For information contact
Lonnei Gay at Oak Grove. 12tp-1-2
FOR RENT: New two bedroom
house. Call 7-3073, Mrs. J. S. Shi-
rey. tfc-1-2
FOR RENT: House on Third St.
Unfurnished. Phone 7-7736. 515
Third St., W. B. Ferrell. tfc-11-21
FOR RENT: Small house with bath.
$35.00 mo. Mrs. Henry Butts, High-
land View. tfec-2-6
FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur-
nished apartment. Close in. In-
quire at 1904 Garrison Ave., or call
7-8642. tfc-1-30
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house. Un-
furnished. On .Woodward Ave.
Call 7-5341 or 7-8191.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished newly
decorated 2 bedroom house near
town. Venetian blinds and gas tank
furnished. Phone 9-1681.
FOR RENT: Nice house at St. Joe
'Beach. $50.00 per month. See I.
W. Duren or dial 7-3171. tfc-2-27
FOR RENT: Furnished comfortable
apartment. Suitable for couple
only. Call or see Mrs. A. M. Jones,
Sr. tfc-2-13
FOR RENT: House on beach. Im-
mediate occupancy. See Silas R.
Stone or call 7-7161. tfc-2-13
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house with
bath in Highland View. $30 per
month. See John Odom or call BAll
7-5806. 3tp-2-13


'trailer home. Sacrifice for $1200. FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
Equity in trailer. See Tom Pridgeon. attractively furnished apartments
FOR SALE: Service station and Cool in summer, warm in winter.
Motel at Mexico Beach. G ahseat, window fans. They have
E. TOM PRIDGEON to be seen to be appreciated. ALSO
Real Estate & Insurance NICE TRAILER PARKING SPACE
BAIl 7-7741 411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133, Wimico
Lodge Apartments and Traillr


JEFFERSON

COUNTY
County Seat

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Jefferson County was founded January 20, 1827, being
named for United States President Thomas Jefferson who
died the year preceding the county's fou ding. The pic-
turesque courthouse at'TMonticello is modeled after Jeffer-
son's home of the same name. Agriculture, timber and
naval stores are the chief revenue sources of the county
which is bounded on the north by Georgia and by the Gulf
of Mexico on the South. Spanish mission ruins dating back
to the 16th century are located near Waukeenah.

Jefferson is a progressive county. In it, and throughout
Florida the United States Brewers Foundation works con-
stantly to assure the sale of beer and ale under pleasant,
orderly conditions. .Believing that strict law enforcement
serves the best interest of the people of Florida, the
Foundation stresses close co-operation with the Armed
Forces, law enforcement and governing officials in its
"self-regulation" program.


United States Brewvers
Foundation
Florida Division
203 N. Main Stre.t
0 Orlando, Florida


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Park, White City. tfc-2-13
FOR SALE: Almost new house.
Three bedrooms. living room, din-
ing room. den and 1L baths. All
walls cypress panelled and house
in good condition. Has to be seen
to be appreciated. Easy terms can
be arranged. Call BAll 7-8041 or
BAll 7-5261. tfc-2-20
SPECIAL SERVICES
UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
furniture look old? Bring it to
Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second
and Reid for expert rebuilding.
NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect that
bright new upholstery with tailor
made seat covers. Many fabrics to
choose from. Butler's Trim Shop,
Corner Second and Reid.
SURE AM HAPPY to announce
that I am employed by the WIM-
BERLY PONTIAC CO. as a sales-
man and want to meet my friends
there and talk car trade on a new
or a used car.
Your friend,
J. C. (Chris) MARTIN
Business phone 7-3411
Home phone 7-2901
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ROBERT W. SMITH, W.M.
ROY L. BURCH, Sooecty.
Ail Master Masons cordially invited
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. R. W. Smith,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren Invited.
C. W. LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty.

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.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. ttfc-2
'ADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
4WAP.

Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say.-
ing money see us for anything
"you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
'OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re,
aired, also.
WILLIS V. ROWAM POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
900 p.m., American Legion Home.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 14th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
RUBY NELL HOWARD )
S Plaintiff, )
vs. )


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ROGER DALE HOWARD, ) Inconspicuous, without leg straps,
Defendant ) elastic belts,-body encircling spring
TO: ROGER DALE HOWARD, R.A. or harsh pads, it has caused many
Company B, 1st Bn. A/C Reg. Ito say, "I don't see how it holds so
APO 114, New York, N. Y. easy. I would not have believed,
,On or before the 8th day of April, had I not tried it.".
A.D., 1958, the defendant Roger
Dale Howard, is required to serve
upon Ernest C. Wimberly, plain- So comfortable so easy to
tiff's attorney, whose address is wear-it could show you the way
303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe, to joyous freedom from your rup-
Florida, a copy of, and file with the tru
Clerk of this Court the original of, ture trouble.
an answer or other written defenses
to the complaint for divorce filed You can't lose by trying. It is
against him herein, sent to you on 30 days trial. You
WITNESS my hand and seal of receive a $3:50 special truss as a
said court at Wewahitchka, Gulf eceve a spcal ts a a
County, Florida, this the 4th day gift for making this trial,
of February, A.D., 1958.
GEORGE Y. CORE Write for descriptive circular,
as Clerk of said Circuit It's free. Just address Physician's
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-2-6 Appliance Company, 9801 Koch
Bldg.. 2906 Main, Kansas. City 8,


NOTICE NOTICE
Sure is regretable but on account
of my health my doctor advised that
I should get an outside job. Leav-
ing a position I loved and one of
the best men I ever worked for
was heart-breaking. I thank all my
friends for the business they gave
ine while employed by W. C. Roche
of the Roche Appliance Co., and
sure hope you will come see me at
the WIMBERLY PONTIAC CO.,
and talk over your car problems.
For a live and let live deal on a
new or used car please come see
me at your authorized Pontiac
dealer for a better car and a deal
you will be happy with. See or call
me at the WiMBERLY PONTIAC
CO.
J. C. (Chris) MARTIN
Res. Phone 7-2901 Bus. 7-3411


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Please don't waste our time
unless you 'have the necessary
capital and are sincerely inter-
ested in expanding If fully
qualified and able to take over
at once write briefly abouc your-
self and include phone number
for personal' interview.
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12: 00-Noon News Roundup
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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
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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-Hymns We Love.
9:30--Gospel Time
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MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
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