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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: June 12, 1958
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in awhile-Trade with
your home town merchants


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


TWENTY-FIRST YEAR -ORT OT. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1958 NUMBER 37


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by W4.I.EY R. RAMSEY


What do you believe.
George Tapper, president of the
Chamber of commnimce says that
the town's econ.:my i.: looking, good
and then Ed Ball conues right be-
hind him and say hat things for
the paper indus,'y won't look bet-
ter until after the arsi of the year.
My longing -or a good paying
.month makes iue Lang like a leech
on Tapper's words.
(But again, a look at my bankroll
makes me inclined to agree with
Mr. Bail.
We say that if the things Tapper
were talking about were not a real-
ity, there. would not be a barrel
lefttta town that someone would not
be wearing.

The summer time is here and
with it, school has let out.
,When school lets out, the first
thing my wife does is bundle the
kids up in the car and head for
Georgia to spend a goodly portion
of the summer months. While she
is away, we have to make our own
sandwiches.
,She isn't staying long this sum-
mer, though. She is supposed to
be back home Wednesday after-
noon, for a few days. Just in time
to read that crack about the sand-
wiches.

We wish the school board would
leave LeRoy Bowdoin and his raise
alone.
The man can do his job in a first
class manner.
'Since he can do this kind of a
job, he should be p4id in a first
class manner with no quibbling.
We noted with amusement Board
member Clyde Brogdon's remark
that no one was expendible. May-
be not, but it costs you a lot of
money to be able to find someone
else you find you can do without
when they ask for what they are
worth for a salary. This business
of paying the position, as far as
school work is concerned, is for the
birds. If you can get a good man
like Bowdoin, pay him all the traf-
fic can stand, no matter how many
other "executives" you have work-
ing for you. '
The Gulf County School Board
comes mighty close to spending a
million dollars a year. We don't
feel' they should quibble when one
of their key personnel asks for a
salary that probably isn't more
than the Board members earn in
their occupations-with probably
twice the responsibility.
And the Board members, being
human, also probably feel that they
*are underpaid.


Driver Education To

Begin Summer Classes

All students that signed up for
th e summer driver education
course are requested to be at the
Port St. Joe High School at 8:00
p-m. Monday morning, June 16.
The course is opened to any high
school student or adult. There will
be no charge for the course, but
you must be old enough to obtain
a restricted driver's license.
The course will consist of 30
hours of classroom work and six
hours of behind the wheel driving.
All students passing the course will
receive credit toward their school
record.
Students will, learn to drive a
1958 Ford, courtesy of the St. Joe
Motor Company. Port St. Joe High
School, students and the instructor
wish to thank W. E. Thursday, Ot-
to Andersen and Vie Anderson for
their part in helping Port St. Joe
High School to introduce driver
-education this past school year.
Ninety students successfully com-
pleted the course this past year.
These students were not only in-
structed to. drive, but all phases of
how to drive safely and how to
improve their driving ability, such
attitudes as defensive driving and
what other communities did to im-
prove roads, 'parking areas, traffic
congestion and the numerous prob-
lems that the driver of any auto-
mobile faces today.

Off ,For Emerald Isle
Alfred Joines left Monday for
Ireland where he will supervise the
erection of some machinery in the
St. Joe Paper Company's plant at
Waterford. He will be gone aboit
a month.


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$250,000 For New Jail Facilities


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LITTLE MISS DEBBIE LAY, granddaughter of the late A.
Morgan Jones, early railroad man of Gulf County,' cuts the
ribbon officiallyy opening the overpass last Tuesday. She is
assisted by Mayor J. L. Sharit (left) and Gov. LeRoy Collins.


Tapper Tells of More Itn' City

At Quarterly Meeting of Chamber

President George G. Tapper cal- sizeable chunk of money to be
led attention to the fact that Port turned loose in Port St. Joe along
St. Joe is growing steadily at the with the construction of the di-
quarterly dinner of the Chamber Pont office building to be built
of Commerce Monday 5ght. [here at the foot of Reid Avenue.
Tap.per made of stressing the Other reports of interest came
fact that while many people have from Dr. Jop Hendrix, Johil Rob-
forgotten them, Port SL. Joe now ert Smith, Joe Dowd, Silas R. Stone,
has several new sou:.' s of reve- Harry H. Saunders, Wayne Ash-
nue that it didn't have a year ago. ley and Herbert Brown. All are
"And I feel'sure we ire going to representatives of committees.
get the Michia. C'ihem'.ica Plant", Stone gave the tori-.il report of
he continued, "but tnes., things Tapper's iip to Atlanta recently
take time." in regards to federal financing in
In istratign his point tappe municipalities as reported recently
I in The Star. Herbert Brown re-
pointed to the dynaeii" loading ported on tile recent trip of H. H.
plant is now operating full speed Saunders, J. L. Sharit and Brown
inad will bring in an estimated to Washingiton in search of funds
$400,000 annually in salaries alone. to improve the harbor in St. Jos-
"This is twice the estimated in- eph's Bay. J. R. Smith reported
come", said Tapper, "and doesn't that within a month the boat basin
count the money spent by r ick on .the Gulf County Canal will be
drivers and on harbor and tow ig boarded on the sides and have a
services as well as other services basin of. six feet ready for boat
in Port St. Joe." Tapper pointed docking. Joe Dowd reported on the
out that the St. Joe Paper Corm- statistics of the city showing a
pany's plant in Ireland would as- growth in bank receipts, auto regis-
sure the local concern of anoth r tration,, light meters, water custo-
steady customer for their local pro. mers, etc., a.nd urged a revision of
duct as well as the shipping r eve- the Chamber's, industrial and sta-
nue and services for loading tho tistical'survey made two years ago.
product. "All these things mean About 50 members attended the
money to the town," said Tapper, meeting and ate the mullet pre-
"and if you add them together, they pared by. Ed Ramsey.
mean a lot of money".
JTapper said that in 30. days the n a O.
Cap San Bias project would be at P.O. AnnOUNCes EXamS
75% capacity in construction work. For Job Openin gs
Tapper predicted that construction Or penIngs
work at the cape would be contin-
ued for at least two to three years The Fifth U. S. Civil Service Re-
more with good possibilities of an gional Office, Atlanta. Georgia, an-
even longer period of work. ounces an open competitive ex-
Tapper reported that Port St. Joe amination for career or temporary
is set to get a new post office appointment to the positions of
building that will mean another substitute clerk, substitute carrier
in the Port St. Joe post office.
Applications will be accepted
LBB Schedule Listed from persons who reside within the
deliver oyf the Post Office here or
For Second Half who are bona fide patrons of such
office. Persons employed in the
SECOND HALF SCHEDULE Post Offce will be considered bona
AMERICAN LEAGUE fide pati'ois of' the office. Applica-
June 12, Sockys vs. Dozens. tion must be received or post
June 13, Boxers vs. Hard Stars.- -
June 16, Hard Stars" Dozers (N) marked on or before July 2, 1958-.
June 17, Sockys, Boxers. (N) The .beginning basic rate of pay
June 19, Hard Stars, Sockys (N) ia $1.82 per hour. Applicants must
June 20, Boxers, Dozers (N)
June 23, Dozers, Sockys. have reached their 18th birthday on
June 24, Hard Stars, Boxers the closing date for acceptance
June 27, Dozers, Hard Srar. applications. This age limit does
June 30, Boxers, Sockys ( Hard StarsN) not apply to persons entitled to
July 1, Sockys, Hard Stars (N) r
July 2, 3, 4 and 5, No Game% are veterans' preference.
scheduled. Necessary forms and further in-
July 7, Dozers, Boxers (N formation may be obtained from
Tuy ,, N, cay,-1-- zTr-.


July 8, Sockys, Dozers.
July 10, Boxers, Hard Stars (N'
NATIONAL LEAGUE-
June 12, Krafties, Kiwanis (N)
June 13 Rotary, Ford Pontiac (N)
June 16, Ford Pontiac, Kiwanis
June 17, Krafties, Rotary
June 19, Ford Pontiac, Krafties
June 20, Rotary, Kiwanis .
June 23, Kiwanis, Krafties (N)
June 24 Ford Pontiac, Rotary (N)
June 27 Kiwanis, Ford Pontiac (N
June 30, R6tary, Krafties
July 1, Krafties, Ford Pontiac
July 2, 3, 4 arid 5, No rames are
scheduled.
July 7, Kiwanis, Rotary
July 8, Krafties, Kiwanis (N)
July 10, Rotary, Ford Pontiac
(N) Night games.
All night games start at 8:00 p.m.


E. C. Cason Dies

After Long Illness

Euie Crancy Cason, 56, a 1mg-
time resident of Port St. Joe died
at his home Sunday at 5:40 p.m.
following a lengthy illness. Cason
suffered a stroke about two ye.Ars
ago and had been ill since that
time. Up until his illness, he was
employed as an electrician i at thi
St. Joe Paper Company.
Survivors include his wife Effie
of Port St. Joe; two daughters, Mrs.
Flora Mae Maddox of Port St. Ice
and Mrs. Hazel Laverne G,)odson
of Bonifay; one son, Emory Crancy
of Port St. Joe; eight grandchil-
dren and two brothers, Kitby of
Daytona Beach and Horace of [aeke
City.
Fufieral services for E. C. Ca-
son were held Tuesday afternoon
at 3:00 p.m. from the First Bap-
tist Church. Rev. C. Byron Sm'th.
officiated. Burial was in Holly Hill
Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were A. P.
Jackson, B. E. Rawls, W. S.
Quarles, C. B Walters, Ed McFar-
land and John Core. Honorary pall-
bearers were B. C. Gaillard, J. D.
Sexton, Billy Howell, Tommy Mit-
chell and Harry Brewton.


Cancer Crusade

Lists Receipts

Mrs. H. C. Brown, chairman of
the Gulf County Unit of the Ameri-
can Cancer Society reports that
3ulf County has once again quali-
titd for membe-"hip in the socie-
ty's quota topper -club. A break
down of the receipts 1o date ":, the
o58 Campaign shows that contri-
butions came from the -ollcwing
so.'rces:
Trade and industries, $702.00.
Port St. Joe house' to house,
$444.160. (includes Highlanc View .
Oak Grove and White City).
Quarters, $105.00.
Wewahitchka house to house,
$09.23.
Memorial Gifts, $10.00.
Coin Cans, $1.66.
Special Services, $232.73.
TOTAL, $1705.22.
Mrs. Brown pointed out that the
proposed budget for the coming-
fiscal year has been set up so that
30% of the money receiveyby the
Cancer Society will go for research,
30% for education, 25% for ser-
vices sues as support to approved
tumor clinics, transportation of n-
digent patients, room and board for
out patients receiving treatment
through the clinics, etc., 8% goes
for administration of the Society,
and 7% for fund raising.
In further explaining what the
Society does and does not do, Mrs.
Brown stated that the society does
conduct a program of public educa-
tion, encourage and assist in financ-
ing the establishment of loan and
gift closets, and bandage and dres-
sing services for use by indigent
cancer cases, pay transportation to
and from tumor clinics for indigent
-cancer cases upon proper authoriza-
tion from local public health offi-
cials, pay for room and board for
ambulatory indigent out-patients re-
ceiving treatment at approved tu-
mor clinics, assist in the financing
of 18 tumor clinics operated by the
medical profession for diagnosis
and treatment of indigent cancer
cases, support cancer information
centers, conduct annual fund rais-
ing and public education campaign,
support cancer seminars in coop-
eration with the state health de-


the civic service information rep- apartment and the Florida Medical
resentative, John Simpson, at the Association, provide scholarships
post office, or from the Fifth U. S. fox training of cyto-technicians, and


Ci il Service Regional Office,
Peachtree Baker Building, 2 75
Peachtree Street, N. E., Atlanta 3,
Georgia.

Visitors From Ala.
Ann, Mary and Patti Harrison
and Miss Jackie Taylor of Selta,
Ala., are visiting Mr-s. Mary Gri'c
al St. Joe Beach.

Advertising doesn't cost-it PAYS

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


support the national research pro-
gram of the American Cancer So-
ciety.
Mrs. Brown further pointed out
that the division does hot pay for
the cost of hospitalization of indi-
gent cancer patients. This service
is avialable through the Florida
State Board of Health and the lo-
cal County Health Department, sub-
ject to certain necessary restric-
tions and limitations. It does not
pay fees to members of the medical
(Continued on Page 8)


Rattlers Killed Near

Park Drain Ditch

W. W. Barrier killed a rattle-
snake that was 4'/V feet long be-
hind his home at the South end
of McClellan Avenue last Wed-
nesday afternoon.
This Is the fourth rattlesnake
that has been killed in the vicin-
ity of the drain ditch running
through 'Forrest Park.
Parents are urged to warn
their children about playing near
the ditch especially from where
it crosses 16th Street on to the
Bay.


Adams Leaves To Take
Over St. Joe Mill In Ireland

H. R. Adams of this city left
Sunday by plane for Waterford,
Ireland, where he' will assume the
management of the St. Joe Paper
Company's plant there.
He will be followed in the fall
'by his wife and daughter Eliza-
beth. Both his sons will enter col-
lege in the States. Grant will go to
FSU and Jimmy to Emory where he
has a scholastic scholarship.


Plans Offered Board For Renovation

Of Jail; No Discussion Held As Yet

M. P. Tomlinson of this city appeared before the Board of
County Commissioners at their regular meeting Tuesday to ask
that the conversation of a special meeting held March 25 be put
into the official minutes of the Board. The special meeting was
held to sign a road resolution and the conversation he referred to,
took place at that time with no motions being'made on the matter.


SJPC Seek To Gain

Control of FEC Railroad
WASHINGTON The Atlantic
Coast Line Railroad, which gave up
a 15-year fight for control of the
Florida East Coast Railway, asked !
the Interstate Commerce Commis-
sion Tuesday to put East Coast a
operations in the hands of the St.
Joe Paper Co., of Port St. Joe.
At the same time, the ICC said
it had been advised by a protec-
Live committee for FEC minority
bondholders that they plan to file
a revised statement in connection
with an examiner's recommenda-
t.on tha tthe paper company take
over the Florida East Coast and
maintain it as an independent ne.
The protective committee, known
(,Continued on Page 8)


Tapper Gets Contract To Build

Secondary Roads In County


The State Road Department this
week reported that work is sche-
duled to '.:-in by June 19, on a
$110,131 conrractiton project in
Gulf County.'
A contract for this work was ex-
ecuted with George G. Tapper
Company, Inc., of Port St. Joe, who
was the apparent low bidder when
the job was let on. April 29.
Work on this project is schedul-
ed to take 110 working days for
completion and consists of grading
ard paving streets in Highland
View; streets in Yon's Addition;
streets in. Port St. Joe; and streets
in Wewahitchika
Streetsa-to be paved in Port St.
Joe are: 20th 'Street from Mon-
ument Avenue- to Long Avenue,
a distance of two blocks. 13th
Street, from Marvin Avenue to
Garrison Avenue, a distance of
one block.
All paving will be done with the
County's share of the Secondary
Road Fund money.


Summer Play

Program To Start

The summer recreation-program
sponsored annually by the Gulf
County School Board will begin on
Monday, June 1.6 at 8 a.m
All children that will begin
school in September and through
the sixth grade may attend. The
school encourages all boys and
girls to attend. Everyone planning


Board Has More To

Say About Bowdoin

And His Salary

From Gulf County Breeze
- With only four members present,
the School Board found itself knot-
ted in a discussion of an incident
that occurred at the Tuesday, April
8, meeting.
Cuffed about with vigor at
times, the topic of this particu-
lar discussion was the pay raise
given to St. Joe High School
Principal, Leroy Bowdoin, at the
referred to meeting. At that meet-
ing, after considerable pro-ing
and con-ing, two members voted
to award Bowdoin a salary in-
crease of $300 and a travel ac-
count of $500. In favor were Joe
,Whitfield (absent from Tuesday's
meeting because he is recov-
from a heart attack) and Car-
ter Ward. Opposing ths pay raise
was Fennon Talley. Clyde Brog-
don was unable to attend the
April meeting and Chairman C.
E. Boyer was unable to vote,
since he can only vote to break
a tie.
At Tuesday's meeting, Brogdon
made a motion to repeal the action,
by the Board, that gave Bowdoin
the raise. For the time being, he
wished the Board to return Bow-
doin to his 1957-58 pay status
($7.200) then examine the salary
scale of all administrative person-


Tomlinson, who is currently head-
ing up a movement to move the
county seat to Port St. Joe appear-
ed before the Board's regular meet-
ing to have the conversation of the
March 25 meeting included in the
official minutes.
Tomlinson's action was obvious-
ly brought about by a pamphlet
sent through the mails last week
end stating that the court house
was only in need of $5,000 in re-
pairs.
The Star talked to County Com-
missioner Cooper about the matter
and received the answer that the
county was going to be forced to
spend no less than $250,000 on the
court house sometime in the near
future. According to Cooper, the
court house is grossly overcrowded.
This condition, he said, is going to
cause the County to take one of
two courses:
1. Build a new jail and convert
the present jail into office space.
2. Build new office space on to
the present court house and re-
furbish the 61d jail to meet state
specifications.
Tomlinson, who had been present
at the March 25 -meeting, heard the
conversation carried on by the.
Commission. This, conversation .had
to do with a request, by. the Sheriff
to have some thought given tob the
refurbishing of jail facilities in the
county. Sheriff Parker said that he
had a proposal in his hand from a
Mr. Creech, a State Architect, had
advised that in his opinion a new
jail building, separate from the
court house was needed and desir-
able.
Tomlinson asked that the follow-
ing conversation be put in the min-
utes:
"Tomlinson reported that he at-
tended the said meeting (March
25) and that he heard the Sheriff
tell the County Board that a Mr.
Creech, State Architect, advised
that in his opinion a new jail build-.
ing separate from the court house
would cost $240,000 plus or minus
and his fee for all designs and
plans would be $1,800 or % of 1%
ot the estimated construction cost
and that Mr. Price stated that the
discussion sfiould be -deferred un-
til a future regular meeting and
the Board has an opportunity to
discuss the project with the public.
No commitment -for obligation of
County funds and no other discus-
sion was made at that time:"
The Board voted to enter this
into the minutes of June 10.
'Two other small items of busi-
ness were taken up by the Board.
An application by the Florida
Bank to share in the deposits of


to take part in the swimming at nel, beginning with the county su- toe county were uemea d y tne
the beach must have a signed note perintendent and working on down. Board.
from their parents. He did not oppose Bowdoin's pay The Board voted three to two to
The swimming will be a regular raise. He objected to the method put off accoustical work in the
part of the program and there'will involved in awarding it. His con- court room. Commissioners Coop-
not be swimming lessons taught' tention was that salary scale er, Price and Croxton voted to wait
by a red cross instructor. should be set for the position- and Commissioners Strickland and
The school has a new piece oi such as county supe,:ntend-n,, Harden to go ahead with the work.
equipment for the summer program county supervisor, Principal, S1. .
which Is very expensive. This is a Joe High School, etc.-and not foi
trampoline. The trampoline will be, any particular man occupying the ability, Brogdon continued. He thot
used to develop body coordination 'position at the time. Set the salary Bowdoin was a good man doing a
and self control. In bouncing on for the position, then let the man good job. He knew that and ha felt
the trampline the-child will learn occupying it or applicants fo, the everyone else did. But he wanted
different stunts and tumbling position meet the requirements set the Board to consider the whole ad-
which otherwise he would not get. for the position. His thinking was ministrative pay picture. (Since
The program- will be run five the the Board's responsibility, Bowdoin's raise, most other admin-
days a week from 8:00 a.m. until when necessary, was to review the istrative .personnel in the county
12:00 noon and from 2:00 pm. until salary scale for the various adm:n school system have- requested pro-
4:00 p.m. istrative positions, to set the sal- portional salary increases.)
Following is a-list of activities ary for that position, irrespective No man is indispensable, Brogdon
which will be offered: softball, vol- of who may be filling it at the truie, said-and repeated his thinking
leyball, paddle tennis, ban ball, ar- to set a pay scale for the whole about repealing the Bowdoin pay
chery, pink pong, tether ball, cro- administrative force, and not .on- raise action and considering a top-
quet, horse shoes, ring toss, olym- sider Isolated cases and make da- to-bottom assessment of the ad-
pic rings, trampoline, swimming, cisions on each case whenever the ministrative pay scale.
hikes, camping and treasure hunt. person occupying a particular po- Set the salary for the position,
H. ,E. Richards and Cary E. sition came before the Board to he concluded, and let the man de-
Floore will be in charge of the present his case for salary increase. cide if he will take it. If not find
program. It is not a question of Bowdoin's (Continued on page 8)


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By R. GLENN BOYLES
National Institutes of Health
Bethesda, Md.
Dear Sunshiners:
Today we shall have something
to say about Horoscopy a most
unfamiliar and unusual subject for
this writer. Now. if editor Ramsey
misspells as many words as noted


in some of our recent columns
you'll 'probably not know what
we're talking about. (In other
words, in the same boat with me')
This is a long hop from our sub-
ject last week (Wells). Neverthe-
less, here we go Star gazing.
First, we ll take
up Webster's def-
inition numb".-' 2:
"Asrtct of the
stars at a speci-
Stfic time, as at
one's birth'. We
are thinking of
those whose birth
occurred from
7 ; May 21 to June
21 .under Gemini,
BOYLES the third zodiacal
constellation, pictorially represenl-
ted as the twins, Castor and Pol-
lux, sitting together. The fact that
my wife occupies this'zodiacal po-
sition is interesting. It means that
we must try to stick to facts only
and be wary of fantasy! .': A dif-
ficul position for this amateur
column!
Zodiac, in astronomy is defined
as follows: "An imaginary belt in
the heavens, 16 broad, including the
paths of the moon and all the prin-
cipal planets and, as its middle
line, the ecliptic, or sun's path. The
zodiac has 12 divisions,' or signs"
In the effort to stick to facts let's
try not to get stuck on that word
. imaginary! Listen, you Gemini-
ans, I've made it a point to inves-
gate your horoscope today (June
10). "Simply tops" for your varied
'talents and unusual ability, and
adaptibility. One admonition, how-
ever: Don't let yourself become
ruffled over petty irritations."
Guess there'd be nothing wrong
with using this sort of a horoscope
'every day even in fantasy.
You'll note the sign of Gemini is
twins. Have you ever had the feel-
ing that some folks you've known
were twins, while you were trying
to work as fast and as hard .
and always came in about two
lengths behind? Now, in order to
give due consideration to this ub-
ject we're wondering where eto gaze
from here? 'What sort of commer-
cial will fit this subject, etc., etc.?
Must say that I'm very grateful for
Gemini, and have abundant sym-
pathy for those who made earthly
entry under the third zodiacal con-
stellation. It would be interesting
and informing to make a brief
study and sketch of the 11 other
imaginary houses of heaven: but
space does not permit us to do so
at this time. Capricornus is a most
interesting one in our family (Dec.
22 to Jan. 20). Well, we may have
to agoll the way back to "wells"
before finding a finish to this
space adventure. With 'all the ex-
plorations into outer space these
days we find it much more comfort-
able and far more interesting with
our feet on the ground and close
to Mother Earth.
We'll nudge in a short commer
cial with some real facts to go
along .with the imaginary ones:
"Sunshiners, June at Boyles D'a-
partment Store is a busy, happy,
bright, gay, relaxing, romantic
month the month of brides
graduates, vacations and roses.
Boyles is trying to help with qual-
ity merchandise and cash avlues
for all. Shop Boyles daily and gaily
. take your time, relax in cool
air-conditioned comfort in the
midst of Red Hot Bargains."'
Thanks for listening you've
been swell! RGB

Visiting In Georgia
Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey and chil-
dren are visiting in Warner Robins
Georgia with Mrs. Ramsey's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. I Wooden.
Attend Short Course
R. H. Ellzey and Mrs. Ralph
Swatts are attending a PTA short
course in Gainesville this week end.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


RADIATORS:


Hospital Auxiliary Announces New

Committee On Clothing Collection

of the Port St. Joe Municipal Hos-
pital Auxiliary has announced the T Cea h rS TOel Of
appointment of a new committee
for the collection of used clothing Accomplishments'
and household items to be sold
at the Thrift Sh.p. This is the time of year that the
This committee, headed by Mrs. teachers reflect on all that has
Briggs Scisson, also includes Mrs. been done and all that couldn't be
Bill Quarles, Jr., and Mrs. Victor Idone. When we, the teachers of
Anderson and will function for the Port St. Joe Elementary School,
next three months, consider and evaluate the activi-
The Thrift Shop relies entirely ties of this school year, we are
upon donations from citizens and proud. Proud of the progress of
merchants of the community for the children, proud of the relation-
its .stock, and Mrs. Bissett states ship of the teachers to the corn-
that "almost everyone has some- mnunity, proud of the work of the
thing in his home-outgrown cloth- 'PTA and its contribution to the
ing, old dishes, pots, pans, last hooland proud to report to
year's hat-which is still service- the community that the Port St. Joe
able but which is no longer used. Elementary School was rated by
Make it useful again. Someone the State Department of Education
needs it, and the Thrift Shop will as Superior Accredited.
benefit, too, from the nominal
benefit, too, from the nominal The teachers of this school have
-price set for its sale. Help us to .
:-": ., ,. "an excellent opportunity to evalu-
help your hospital. Call Mrs. Scis-
hel your sit1,al. al Mrs.Q ate the pupil growth of our chil-
son at BAll 9-1381, Mrs. Quarles
at BAll 9-1691 or Mrs. Anderson at dren with that of other states and
BA 7-3751 and someone will come other nations through the influx of
BAll 7-3751 and someone will come
to your home to make the collec- th service personnel; and through
Bh. this evaluation we find our pro-
Mrs. Bissett further stated that gram is equal' to and in most cases
superior to that of these other
"you will remember that the pro- superior to that of these other
ceeds from the Thrift Shop last schools.
year provided the hospital with a The Port St. Joe Elementary
large modern refrigerator and has School has this year developed a
in the past made possible the air hand book that includes a program
conditioning of the nursery, corn- outline and all school policies.
plete refurnishing of one room, en- A copy of the school bell has
closure of both porches and fur- been sent to ten lay leaders.
niture for them, redecoration of We have developed our public
other rooms, purchase of dishes, school music, physical education
waiting room furniture and many and library programs and have ad-
other necessary items of equip- ded to them many materials such
ment. No more worthy cause exists as; record players, base reflex
Tn the city today, and we urge your sound system for the auditorium,
full cooperation. When you help many records, filmstrips, tapes,
your Municipal Hospital, you help books and magazines, trampoline,
everyone." archery equipment and many other
items that we think will compare
favorably to any other in the state.
Local Girls Attend This year has seen the adoption
of elementary Spanish in the sixth
Camp grade.
Samp This has been a challenging and
profitable experience for 37 sixth
TALLAHRSSEE Twenty-five graders.
high school girls began a two-week There has been a curriculum
survey of the whole field of wo- study to stress the study of science
men's sports at Florida State Uni- and arithmetic in this scohol.
versity this week as another 250 An orientation -program was
Practiced the school yells 'in a held for the teachers of the school
Cheerleaders Clinic. this year which included a visita-
The High School Girls Sports tion program to all the industries
Camp will enable the girls to par- in the county.
ticipate in a variety of sports in- The personnel .of these industries
eluding fencing, skish, badminton, were most cooperative and' help-
swimming, bowling, tennis, volley- ful. It takes much to make a auc-
ball and golf under expert supervi- cessful school program, and with-
sion. out the help of the lay nublie we


The girls, here from high schools
in a dozen well scattered communi-
ties over Florida, will study under
these members of the women's phy-
sical education faculty: Miss Char-
lotte West, Miss Jo Ann Thorpe,
Mrs. Mary Martin-Vegue, Dr. Mary
V. Alexander, Miss Martha Moore,
Dr. Florence Cole and Dr. Grace
Fox.
,Girls attending the High School
Sports Camp from Port St. Joe are
Coral Lee Armstrong, and Barbara
*Eells.


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gerald John
son, Sr., announce the bwr,.'i of a
son, Anthony Gerald on June 6.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A "Doll" Collier
announce the birth of their first
daughter, Pamela Kay on June 3.
;Mr. and Mrs. Peavy Mims an-
no'nce the birth of a gi'., Tammy
Ray on June 7.
(All births occurred aL the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
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Vacation In Leesburg
Mr and Mrs. Frank McDonald
spent their vacation in Leesburg
last week visiting Mrs. McDonald's
mother and catching up on their
fishing.
------- 6 ----
Visit Parents
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Stansberry and
children left Tuesday morning 'or
their home in Atlanta after a 10
day visit here with Mrs. Stans-
berry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Ferrell.


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THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1958


Long Avenue Church to Have Family Nite

Parents Night. will be observed Rev. J. C. Odum, Principal of the
at Ihe Long Aveme, liaplist Church school, announces that the parents
tomorrow night at S:00 p.mi. This of children enrolled are to be hon-
will conclude the Vacation Bible ored guests. The public is cordially
School which haS been in progress invited to attend Parents Night. A
this week atl the Long Avenue (demonstration of some of the ac-
Church. coimplishments of the boys and 'girls
will be presented.
It is the desire of the Port St. The pastor further announces
Joe Elementary School that the lay that the Sunday evening message
public be informed on all school will be brought by Oliver Harper
matters through periodic )publica- of Port St. Joe and White City.
tions, news letters and newspaper Mr. Harper has supplied the pulpit
articles. olt the church previously. He is a
Any comments or suggestions graduate of Port St. Joe High
will be appreciated, and given due School and has just completed his
consideration iin the light' ol meet- second year of studies at Howard
ing the needs of our children. College in Birmingham where he
Teaching children is a rewarding is preparing for a life's ministry
experience. The cooperation of the as a Medical Missionary. The pub-
parents and tile growlih 'of the lic is cordially invited to attend
child makes each school year a this Sunday evening service and
memorable one. hear Oliver Harper.


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9.45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ... 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street


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County



Agents Notes


By CUBIE R. LAIRD
(U. S. :'r. .. i.. .' of Agrihultir(e. University of Florida Agricultural Extension
Sorvic( **. i ,*., County BoardI oi Commissioners Cooperating. Office open 9 a.m.
to noon, (CST) Mon -Fri. in the Courthoase, Wewahitchka, Florida.)
4-H Club Speeches goes a little farther in helping his
In a recent public speaking con- family and community move for-
test, a young 4-Her related: "Lea- ward. 4-H .also helps in trainign us
dership, Citizenship, a sense of physically, mentally and spiritual-
personal responsibility and the ly, to become more successful in
Meaning of cooperation, are given future years.
tc us through the 4-H Club pro- 4-II shares the objectives com-
graim. 4-H makes the difference be- meon to all educational institutions
tween an average boy and one who and movements in its concern with



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.



FIRST APTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor


SUNDAY SCHOOL
MORNING WORSHIP ....---- ---
TRAINING UNION -..
EVENING WORSHIP
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday)


9:45 A.M.
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the development of individual
abilities and capacities for learn-
ing intellectual and moral charac-
ter, and qualities of effective citi-
zenship.
To help prepare tomorrow's citi-
zens, 4-H Club work provides op-
portunities for voluntary participa-
tion in programs built on interests
and needs of youth".
Honey Sampling
Most all the Tupelo honey pro-
duced here this year has now been
sampled and the chemical analysis
is now being made in the State
Department of Agriculture Food
and Drug Laboratories in Talla-
hassee. Certificates should be forth-
coming to producers in the near
future. James Messer, State oFod
Inspector has been working here
in this program recently.
Fire Ants
The chemicals are now being ap-
plied in our county to kill the im-
ported fire ants. We trust that this
pest will not be given a chance to
spread and generally infest our
county this summer. It appears
that it will take several months
to finally wipe out the last of these
pesky insects.
Forage Crops
As a result of the seasons re-
cently experience dhere, some of
the stands of corn and other row
crops are not very good. A minor
portion of the farm land has not
yet been planted. A few farmers
have expressed intentions of plant-
ing feed crops sue has sorghum
and soybeans which can be planted
at this time of year.

Fourth Graders Try
Hand At Poetry
Mrs. Jesse Stone's fourth grade
has completed a unit of work on
Florida birds. Our state has about
450 different kinds of birds. The
Mocking Bird is our State bird.
Here are some poems we wrote in
language while working on this
unit.-
The Nightihawk
I saw a nighthawk flying in the
dark, and when I saw it
fly into a little bird's heart,
It tore up the little bird till it
was dead, and, oh,
How I wish I could put back his
head.
Bob Spencer, age 10
The Flamingo
There's a beautiful bird you can't
buy in a store.
He's a shade of pink that I
simply adore.


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I wish on his other some weight
he would put. .
Julia Anne Carter, age 10 rter
The Crow The fourth meeting of the St.
Caw, caw, caw you should have 1.1osepli Historical Society met in
seen what I saw. the lounge of the Constitution Mu-
I saw a crow crowing. ;eumn Wednesday, June 4 with Mrs.
He flew away but I did not know Ned Porter, Mrs. R. H. Brinson,
where he was goiLg. Mrs. Fred Maddox, Mrs. Ruth Soule
He flew far away, but he came and Mrs. Charles Browne present.
back the next day. Ralph. Wager, president of the
Loney Whitley, age 9 lBay County Historical Society was
a____ a visitor. Mr. Wager talked about
The Mocking Bird (a charter for the society, and gave
Once I saw a Mocking Bird, a copy of the Bay County Charter
She sang the sweetest song and By-laws to the society for in-
I've heard,
She was sitting in a tree, but she to watch her babies while
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She flew away to her little nest Carol Johnson, age 9


Bainbridge. Joe Hunter will help
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[Plans for the restoration and
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drawn by Mr. Caldwell of the Flor-


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Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
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changes, but will adopt a like char- the society. They were accept ;d
ter for its own use. with a few changes made by Mrs.
Mr. Wager is interested in or- Ruth Soule, chairman of the old
ganizing a Northwest lorida His Cemetery committee. Mrs. Ned Por-
torical Society. He stated the in- ter was authorized to write Miss
terchange of material and stima- Dorothy Dodd in Tallahassee for
lus of enthusiasm may be of great information on the geneology of
value to posterity. For example, the family of Peter Gautier, an im-
there are only three licensed river portant figure of old St. Joseph.
boat pilots left in this area: Will After discussion plans to visit
Fry of Apalachicola; Mr. McDau- H. Gadsden and a neadby Kitchen
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THE STAR
Pubihlted Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avanue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESZ T IL RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
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and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, SIX MONTHS 81.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
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tread au soond-clam matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March S, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do ot hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
idvertlement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.

Dothan, Ala.
MINUTES OF THM 1958 TRACTOR-TRUCK:
COUNTY COMMISSION Floyd Chevrolet Co., offered one
COUNTY CO SI ON 1958 model Chevrolet truck at $3,-
925.32. Air brakes extra at $401.50.
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA St. Joe Motor Co., offered one
MAY 30, 1958 1958 ord F700 tractor truck at $3,-
The Board of County Commis- 780.67. Option: Hydraulic air boos-
siloners of Gulf County, Florida met ter with buzzer at $211.90, and full
this date in special session with air brakes extra at $436.30.
the following members present: St. Joe Motor Co., offered extra
G. S. Croxton, Chairman, E. C. Har- bid on the above 20 ton low bed
den, Sr., J. C. Price, A. J. Strick- trailer and the 1958 tractor-truck,
land and George W. Cooper. The providing that if said company re-
Deputy Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, ceived the order for both pieces of
Road Supt. Misquito Control Su- equipment, the price would be,
pervisor and County Engineer were (with no reduction in options) $7,-
also present. 076.00.
'ihe meeting came to order at Whereupon, there was a motion
6:00 p.m.
Parsuant to notice published in by Comm. Price, seconded by
the Gulf County Breeze, the board Comm. Harden and upon vote was
received and opened the following unanimously carried, that the
bids for the following personal prj- Board purchase the truck and trail-
perty, to-wit: er from St. Joe Motor Co., at $7,-
,DRAGLINE % cubic yard bucket: 076.00, with full air brakes on the
Seabrook Machinery Co., offered truck and trailer at $481.30.
one Gar Wood-Model 75B at $21,- MUD PUMP:
892.50. 'Wewa Hardware Co. offered one
Ray-Brooks Machinery Co., Inc., Jaeger pump at $644.00.
offered one Bucyrus-Erie Model Whereupon, there was a motion
22B at $31,915.00. by Comm. Price, seconded by Com.
M. D. Moody & Sons, Inc., offered Strickland and upon vote was una-
one Unit Model 1020A at $21,800. nimously carried, that the County
purchase the pump from the Wewa
After consideration, there was a Hardware Co. at $644.00.
notion by Comm. Price, seconded The following bids were recoiv-d
by Comm. Harden and upon vote and opened to install acoustical
was -unanimously carried, that this ceiling in the court room, to-wit:
board forward the two low bids to Delta Electric Company, Inc.,
J. A. Mulrennan, Director Bureau Mobile, Ala., at $2,685.00.
of Entomology, Jacksonville, Flor- Specialty Contractors, Inc., Pen
ida in order that he may review sacola, Fla. at $2,269.00.
the bids and make his recommenda- This matter table until the next
tlon to this Board and that this regular meeting of June 10, 1958.
Board will purchase whatever drag- The Board directed the Clerk to
line Mr. Mulrennan recommends, pay L. F. Sellers $15.00 from the
20 TON LOW BED TRAILER: County Indigent funds.
St. Joe Motor Co., offered one The Hon.*S. R. Stone appeared
1958 Dorsey trailer at $3,396.00. before the Board and said that he
With air brakes in lieu of vacuum was representing Hollinger and
add $45.00 or at $3,441.00. McNeill in their request to the
;Seabrook Machinery Co., offered County to set bulk head line in St.
one Model GPX-20F trailer at $3,- Joe Bay along the South and East-
700.00. ern 2/2 miles of the Bay in order
Floyd Chevrolet Co., offered one that future developers may fill the
(no name) trailer, with vacuum mud flats in this area, which is ap-
brakes or aid brakes at $3,446.00. proximnately 1200 feet wide from
Should hand control and trailer out- shore. Mr. Stone will publish no-
let be desired add the following tice for public hearings on this mat-
amounts: $63.13 for vacuum brakes ter on July 8, 1958. Whereupon,
and $85.09 for air brakes. All FOB there was a motion by Comm. Coo-


Broken Homes'

Breed Crime

Says Judge

From Graceville News
"Nine out of ten criminals who
have appeared before me came
from broken or unhappy homes."
That was the statement of Cir-
cuit Judge W. L. Fitzpatrick, speak-
ing before the members of the Me-
thodist Men's Club in Graceville
last Sunday morning.
He made the statement to give
emphasis for the need of legisla-
tion that he is working on to pro-
vide marriage counselling by the
state.
The jurist went on to say that
he believed that our divorce rate
could probably be cut in half by
intelligent marriage counselling.
His proposed legislation would re-
quire consultation with some coun-
sellors before a suit could be filed
for a divorce. Resulting will be
homes saved that would otherwise
be broken to breed more criminals
for th estate to contend with.
His legislation would provide for
counsellors paid for by the state.
In a letter to the NEWS, this
week the judge outlined the plan
this way:
"In brief, I propose legislation
that would make It mandatory
for persons desiring to secure
marriage licenses, to counsel with
ministers of their choice or with
a marriage counsellor paid by the
state. It would also be mandatory
before any person could file for
divorce that they would use the
marriage counselling service in
an effort to preserve the mar-
riage. It is my thought that a cou-
ple who receive adequate mare
riage counselling service before
marriage are better able to cope
with marital difficulties when
they arise. They also know that
their marriage counsellor will
help them at any time to solve
any marital difficulty."-

per, seconded by Comm. Harden
and duly carried, favoring the sett-
ing of bulk head lines.
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

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CARD OF THANKS for the beautiful flowers presented THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1958
The wife, daughter (Mrs. G. A. at the services of J. N. Walker. Al-
Whittington) and grandchildren so for their many other kindnesses physicians. And to Mr. Pete Corn- will be held in grateful memory.
and step children, is extended their shown. Also to Doctor Joe Hendrix, forter for his goodness shown ----
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


NEWS FROM
Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
PHONE BAII 74652
Mrs. Pelham Revell and children
are spending several days with rel-
atives in Bonifay.
Miss Julie Burch and Miss Faye
.Connley visited over the week end
in Bristol with Miss Bessie Sum-
mers.
Sgt .nad Mrs. Thomas Workmen
and children of oFrt Benning, Ga.,
were the week end guests of Mrs.
Workmen's mother and family, Mr.


THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1958


Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ross amnd
daughter of Bristol were Saturday
guests of Miss Julie Burch.
Mrs. Marjorie Cumbie atteflded
the wedding of Kitty Minshew and
Eldred Adams on Sunday afternoon
at the First Methodist Church ii
Panama City.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Young had as
their guest for the week the lat
ter's sister, Miss Nell Griffin.
Glen Garrett, a student at FSU
in Tallahassee is home for the
summer with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Garrett.
Mr. and Mrs. .ouin Hewett and
Jan Peterson spent the week end


and Mrs. Buck Lagure. in DeFuniak Springs and carried
Faye Connley visited Mr. and her mother, Mrs. J. W. Wooten
Mrs. Dalton Gross in Springfield home who had been visiting the
Saturday. Hewett's for some time. Also Mr
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FOOD


AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT
321 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Fla.
PRICES GOOD JUNE 12, 13 and 14


Iona Cut Green -- 15'/ oz. cans


BEANS
lona Yellow Cling Halves or Sliced


PEACHES
Heavy Duty Detergent

SAIL
Ann Page Pure Preserves 16 Oz. Jar
STRAWBERRY 3 fo
Super-Right Heavy Western CHUCK

STEAK


Super-Right Fully Cooked Half or Whole


HAMS


2 FOR


21c
29 Oz. Can


25c
Giant Size

49c

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LB.

49c


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and Mrs. Jay Laird who had been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C Peter-
son and family.-
Mr. and fiMrs C. A Griffin spent
the day visiting with their daugh-
ter and family in Lynn Haven on
Monday
S-Sgt. Jimmy Thompson and wife
visited Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Ken-
nington nad Mr. and Mrs. Andy
Jordan. He is stationed at Ft. Ben-
ning, Cia.
Mrs. Fannie Mae McMillan spent
her vacation in Provencal and Bo-


e galusa, La., visiting friends and
d relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Letion Harrison and
.children of DeFuniak Springs vis-
ited their son and family over the
d week end.. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton
Harrison and daughter.
L Mr. and Mrs, W. B Coppedge, and
e Mr and Mrs Harry Orell visited
over the week end in Thomaston,
Ga, with their daughter and family
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Hale, also their son and brother,
Elmer Kent who has just returned
from Frankfort, Germany where he
has been stationed for three years.
Tommie Adams of Panama City
was the guest of Bobbie Whitfiled
over the week end.
Mrs. B. G. Burke of Brewton,
Ala., spent several days here visit-
ing her brother and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Pelham Revell and chil-
dren.
Sgt. and Mrs. A. L. Knight and
son Ralph of Atlanta, Ga., is visit-
ing their daughter and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Peavy lims.
Clinton Cox and sons Gene and
Jimmy spent Sunday in Wkaulla
County visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Richards and'
daughter of the University of Fla.,
in Gainesville are visiting their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rich-
ards and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark.
Mrs. Margie Cumbie and Mrs
Eula Rogers visited friends in Sop-
choppy Tuesday.
WMU Meeting
The WMU of the Highland View
Baptist Church met for their regu-
lar Royal Service program. Mrs.
Richter, program chairman, open-
ed the meeting with the hymn,
"Fairest Lord Jesus" and scripture
reading from Luke 2:40-52. A devo-
tional period "In The Temple" was
led by Mrs. Richter followed by
prayer. The theme for the program
was: "On the Threshold of Life".
Mrs. Roney, Mrs. Lorene Kennedy,
Mrs. Ruth Harbuck, Mrs.' Maxine
Miles, Mrs. Wayne Peterson, Mrs.
Richter and Mrs Hallman were
present. Mrs. Richter closed the
meeting with prayer.
Visitors Here
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Birath and
children of Spartanburg, South
Carolina are visiting this week with
Mrs..Birath's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Howell
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Lowest of the low-price three
Sure, Ford offers the lowest-priced 2-door, 4-door, convertible
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So come see us. You'll see that we Ford Dealers not only sell
the finest but care t'ee most!


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Port St. Joe


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PICK-UP LOAD


$5.00
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for
Dad


EVERYONE AT COSTIN'S SALUTES YOU, DAD, and CROWN YOU THE
"KING" FOR A DAY, SUNDAY, JUNE 15

A Special Purchase Just for Dad
\ Cool Wash and Wear and Others


99


SLACKS
Reg. $7.95 and $8.95 Values Small Alteration Charge


Men's light blue denim

PUDDER

PANTS
REG. $3.98
Special for Dad's Day


$2.98


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Men's


Shorts

Shirts

T-Shirts


2 FOR
$1.00


Stretch Sox
$1.00


A Gift He Will
Appreciate!
Arrow
DRESS
SHIRTS
$4.00
Mark Twain Wash
and wear
SHIRTS
$4.50


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GIVE DAD A .
NECK TIE
By WEMBLEY
Large assortment of styles and
Patterns

$1.50 $2.00

Bow Ties $1.00

1 Lot Ties --- 79c


GIVE DAD A. .

Work Suit
Khaki pants and shirts
Grey Pants and Shirts
Reg. $6.90

BOTH FOR $5.00


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PORT ST. JOE

VAULT Co.
Plant Phone 7-3326 Home Phone 7-3821
104 FOURTH STREET
Manufacturers of
Anything Made of Cement
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STEPS COPINGS
GRAVE MEMORIALS
INSTALLATION and REPAIRS


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Ed Ball Sees Much Progress for The

Future of Florida In Years To Come

By Hendrix Chandler
Associated Press Staff Writer
Financier Ed Ball buoyed by vic-
tory in his 17-year-old fight to gain
control of the Florida East Coast ,
Railroad, painted a rosier than

recently.
In his opinion, Florida is on the
verge of a period of growth and
development that will dwarf the :H. ,:
giant strides made during the past .
th: ee years. And he added this
g owth won't slow down.,._
"As some one so aptly put it we
are now in a position where we will
start growing in geometric propor-
tions rather than at an arithmetic
rate," he said enthusiastically, lean- .
*ng forward in his chair at his
Sofithwood Farm plantation home
near Tallahassee.
The better known resort areas ED BLL
o, the lower east coast and the west
ccast will make the greatest popun Irish plant for paper products to
nation gains, he said, but the bur- be sold in Europe.
geoning development will overflow Ball said he hopes reorganization
into every section of the state. of the FEC can be accomplished by
"There won't be a single section Jan. 1, and "then t-hings will really
of Florida that won't feel the begin to hum on the line."
growth," he said. "As the better The path was left clear for the
known areas become filled up, peo- duPont interests to gain control of
known areas become filled up, peo-
the FEC Thursday when the Atlan-
ple are going to start seeking out the FEC Thursday when the Atlan-
the other counties which aren't as tic Coast Line Railroad announced
well known outside the state." it will drop efforts to acquire the
While its growth won't be quite FEC.
as spectacular northwest Florida "We will be ready to roll as soon
already is blossoming into the num- as we get control," 'he said. "We
her one chemical .and heavy in- propose to name as directors some
dustry center of the state, and is leading business men from along
due for even more rapid develop- the east coast and to start a pro-
ment in this field, he said. gram of improvements that we be-
No, he ddosn't think Florida will lieve will contribute to an ven
catch. California in our lifetime, be- greater development of the east
cause California has two or three coast of Florida."
times the land area and more than Tallahassee Democrat
a 30 year head start. -But Florida
growth rate will be greater percent- St, Joe Boat Club
agewise. St. J0o Bout ClUb
He said Florida is just beginning To Hold Meeting
to embark on a foreign trade pro-
gr'm. He cited as an example the
St. Joe Paper Co., controlled by the The St. Joe Boat Club will hold
Florida duPont interests of which I a regular meeting tonight at 8-03
he is trustee. p.m. in the Florida Power Lounge.
Ball said duPont recently took All members are requested to at-
over the National Board and Pa- tend.
'er Mills, Ltd., of Waterford, Ire--
land. Within the next 60 days the Bend 'he Star To A Friend
St. Joe Paper Co., at Port St. Joe -- ------
w'l1 begin shipping pulp to the GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY.
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Pay Raise

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someone else.
Administratvie positions involved
would be those of the superinten-
dent, supervisor, the principals, the
director of testing, the art super-
visor and several minor posts.
,Brogdon's thinking Tuesday fit
almost exactly that of Fennon Tal-
ley, who cast the "nay" vote at the
April meeting. He said at that
meeting that the rest of the admin-
istrative would shortly be calling
on, the Board just as had Principal
Bowdoin. His recommendation to
the Board at that time was to de-
fer action on Bowdoin's request un-
til the Board had looked over the
whole picture.
Ward and Whitfield, who voted
to give Bowdoin the raise, indi-
cated to Talley at that meeting
that they realized what would
happen. Whitfield, who was im-
pressed with the outstanding job
Bowdoin had done at St. Joe, ap-
parently voted in favor of the
raise because he was afraid of
losing Bowdoin to another school
-and he knew that good prin-
cipals are hard 'to find. In his
request for more pay, Bowdoin
told the Board he had another
job prospect, so had to know
right away what the Board in-
tended to do. He did not want to.
keep the other,, people "hanging
fire," nor-did he want to pass up
the other opportunity if the
Board refused him his request.
Ward, also aware of Bowdoin's
record, voted for the raise and


Major Core Speaks
To Rotary Club

Major Arthur David Core, bro-
ther of Clerk of the Circuit Court,
George Y. Core and John Core of
this city spoke to the Rotary Club
at their regular meeting Thursday.
'Core has just returned from Ger-
many where he has been stationed
with the army for the past two
years. His talk dwealt with the
readiness the army observes to
evacuate all U. S. personnel in case
of an attack by the Russians. Ma-
jor Core was stationed just 20
miles from the Russian lines.
He reported that the army had
worked out such an evacuation rou-
tine that all U. S. civilians includ-
ing families of service men, in the
area, could be evacuated to a safe
position in two hours.
"Imagine moving the city of Port
SSt. Joe out of town, lock stock and
barrel in just two hours and you
will realize what a job we must
undertake", said Major Core.
Guests of the club were Robert
L. Howell, Curtis McLean, Barnum
McCarty, Don Turner of Apalachi-
cola; George Y. Core of Wewahit-
chka and Tommy McMillan of
Brewton, Ala.
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Kiwanians Discuss

Coming "Ladies Night"

The Kiwanis Club had a short
meeting Tuesday at which time
they discussed and made plans for


PHARMACIST

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PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
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I HAVE MOVED
to the
COSTIN BUILDING
116 MONUMENT AVE.
Upstairs across the hall from
Dr. 'R. E. King

Dr. Wesley Grace
OPTOMETRIST


Cancer Raises

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profession serving in tumor clin-
ics. This service is given by the
doctors free of charge. And it does
not operate or own any facilities
for diagnosis ro treatment of can-
cer.
Although the month of April is
considered cancer control month
and it is at that time that the big
drive for funds is conducted, the
campaign does not end until Aug-
ust 31, and contributions nmay still
be sent to the Gulf County Unit of
the American Cancer Society, in
Port St. Joe.

FEC Railroad

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as the Wannamaker group of Phila-
delphia, originally filed 44 excep-
tions to the examiner's report, but
many of these became outdated
with a May 29 announcement by
Atlantic Coast Line that it was
withdrawing from the control con-
test. W. Thomas Rice, ACL presi-
dent, said the decision had been
reached to avoid further delay in
PEC reorganization and for the
economic welfare of Florida's east-
ern seaboard.
FEC has been in a reorganiza-
tion proceeding for 27 years. The
reorganization plan proposed by
the examiner would give future
FEC control to the hslders of its -
first 5'/ per cent refunding bonds,
of which St. Joe, owned by the Al-
fred I. duPont estate, holds about
E7 per cent.
ACL and St. Joe Tuesday filed
some joint exceptions to the ex-
aminer's findings, and were joined
by the Railway Labor Executives
Assn., the Southern Railway and
Seaboard Air Line Railroad. These
two railroads hope at some future
time to acquire PEC from the pa-
per company.
This group proposed that ICC
disregard the examiner's proposal
that new FEC common stock to be
issued in exchange for the refund-
ing bonds be voted by three trus-


FOR SALE
1 House and 1 vacant lot at
Mexico Beach.
House on McClellan Ave.,
2 bedroom.
FOR SALE: House at 522 9th
St. Priced to sell.
SEVERAL NICE HOMES for
sale in different parts of Port
St. Joe. We help you arrange
* financing. If you are intelest-
ed in owning your own home,
please contact us.

E. TOMW PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-7741




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We Serve Sunday Dinners




C. P. ETHEREDGE
Licensed

PLUMBING and
ELECTRICAL WORK

605 Maddox Street
Phone 7-2564










THE STAR


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1958


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *

FOR SALE: Two bedroom house Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
on Garrison Ave., with oak floors son, Phone 7-7501.
and paneled walls on 312 ft. by 150
ft. lot. A good buy at $9,200.00. UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
A LARGE two bedroom house on furniture lo-k old? Bring it to
Hunter's Circle with separate din- Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second
ing room, breezeway and garage, and Reid for expert rebuilding.
TWO NICE CONCRETE houses at NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect that
Mexico Beach between highway bright new upholstery with tailor
and water. One furnished and one made seat covers. Many fabrics to,
unfurnished.L Patrichoose from. Butler's Trim Shop,
WILL SELL tbe Patrick property Corner Second and Reid.
at Beacon Hill for $8,500. This orner ecod ad Re.
includes two front lots and two FOR FAST, EFFICIENT PLUMB-
back lots and all buildings thereon. ING SERVICE. Call Bill's Plumb-
FRANK HANNON ing. Phone 7-7846 or 7-8161. tfec
Registered Real Estate Broker SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Phone 7-3491 211 Reid Ave. Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
Port St. Joe, Fla. quick expert service. ttfc&-


FOR SALE: 2 bedroom frame
house. 305 13th St. See at any-
time. John G. Ellerbell. Stp-5-29
FOR SALE: Good running second
car. $75. Phone 7-5611. 2tc
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed apartment. Newly redecorated.
$35 per month. Close in. Inqai-e at
1904 Garrison or call 7-8642. tfc-5-29
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment. Close in. Inquiry' at
1904 Garrison or call 7-8642. tfc-5-29
FOR RENT: Two bedroom, two
story house with garage on Long
Ave., corner 16th St. $60.00 per
month. Also unfurnished apartment,
large bedroom, gas heater, shower
and kitchen with stove. $30.00 mo.
on 401 13th St. J. A. Mira, Phone
9-1301. tfc-6-12
FOR RENT: Garage apartment
and large house. On Indian Pass
Beach. Monthly or by the week.
Phone 7-8832. 4tp-6-12
tre. tfic-6-12
FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed-
room house. 213 9th St. Phone
7-7836. Itp
FOR RENT: 4 room house on 4th
Street. Phone 7-5421, Mrs. D. H.
Dickens, Sr. tfa-4-3
FOR RENT: New two bedroom
house. Call 7-80581,. Mrs. J. S. Shi-
rey. tfc-1-2
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument. Ph.
7-5771. tfc-3 20
FOR RENT: Furnished cottages
and apartments. See Otto Ander-
son. tfc-3-27
FOR LEASE: Small store and gas
station, including most necessary
equipment. Store has been recently
renovated and ready for occupancy.
Ideally located on the beach -it Bea-
con Hill. Call BAll 7-7816 or see C.
L. Costin. tfc-5-15
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart-
ment. 706 Woodward Ave. Call
BAIl 7-3941. 2ft
FOR RENT: Spacious 2 bedroom
duplex on Palm Blvd. See Cecil
G. Costin, Jr., Phone 7-4311. tfc-3-5
BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME with
beautiful ceramic tile. Repair
work our specialty. Work may be
seen at T. Hicks in White City and
at Tom Moon home. Can be final:-
ced. J. B. HICKS, Tile and Marble
Co., Phone 7-7995. *tfc-6-5


LOST: Pair of child's glasses.
,Brown rims in grey case. Lost
near Elementary School or near
business district. Call Port Thea-
I -
IDEALER WANTED: 200 farm
home necessities, medicines, vta-
mins ,spices, foods, toiletries, etc.
well known in Gulf Co. For particu.
lars see H. H. Benson, Cump-as
Lake or write Rawleigh's Dept.
FAF-101-142, Memphis, Tenn. 3t

SPECIAL SERVICES
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf


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9ADE 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
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in av-
ing money see us for anything
yon need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
%00 p.m., American Legion Home
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Mbose 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 Masonio
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren invited.
C. W. LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty.
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. BUROH, Seoty.
Ail Master Masons cordially Invited
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No; 654, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. R. W. Smith,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.


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EACH SUNDAY 4:00 ,PM.
Over Radio Station

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GAS COMPANY
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NO TANKS TO BUY -- NO RENT TO PAY
Port St, Joe Representative ANDY ANDREWS
Panama City telephone POplar 3-1931


thought there was nothing wrong their coming Ladies Night.
with considering each case on Its Their annual ladies night cele-
own merits. bration will be held next Tuesday
No second or vote was made night at the Methodist Church.
Tuesday (June 3) to the Brogdon Guests of the club Tuesday were
motion to repeal and re-look. The Harry Powell of North Jackson-
Board, having no legal counsel, was ville; G. B. Sirmons of the Bureau
not sure it could repeal the motion of Public Roads and George L.
-from a either a parliamentary or Dickerson, District Engineer of the
a legal standpoint. Not wanting to State Road Department. Both of
act hastily and perhaps cause em-I the last two mentioned guests were
barrassment to itself or to Bow- the guests of J. L. Sharit.
doin, the Board agreed to a sugges- --- ---
tion made by Talley that a written FIRST BAPTIST YWA
decision be secured from the At- TO MEET JUNE 16
torney General stating whether 'or The YWA of the First Baptist
not the Board could, without jeo- Church will meet at the home of
pardy, rep-ael the Bowdoin salary Mrs. N. D. Baldwin on McClellan
pay raise action. Avenue on June 16. Meeting time
This writer's impression (ellitor will be at 8:00 p.m.
of the Breeze) was that the ulti- ------
mate intentite of those on the
Board in favor of thq repeal action tees for a five-year period. They
was not to lower the salary raise said St. Joe should obtain immed-
already awarded to 7Bowdoin, but iate voting rights in the reorgan-
to repeal the earlier action because ized compan-y.
they do not believe the method of They said the reorganization pro-
awarding it will prove satisfactory cedure should be carried out by
as a long-range policy, three reorganization managers, one
The Board requested County Su- representing the bankruptcy court
jperiutendent; Tommy Owens, to another St. Joe and a third to act
get the written decision from the for the minority bond holders.
Attorney General and then call a
special meeting to discuss that dee-
cision... .


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