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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: August 14, 1958
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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THE


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with It
once in awhile-Trade with
your home town merchants!


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


TWENTY-FIRST YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1958


Craig Announces Opening Of


Football Practice on Aug. 18


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by Wh a.EY R. RAMSEY
-- -S W

^Well, the temperature at night
has dropped below 90 degrees so
it is time to begin thinking of foot-
ball. Coach Craig says that his
gridiron warriors will take to the
practice field Monday and begin
getting ready to start the season.
Coach Craig sl only singing the
blues in a minor key this year so
we believe we will have a good
team.
The Coach has applied much hard
work, painstaking planning not to
mention the herculean patience he
has meted out to his charges to
combine with his vast store of
know-how to advertise the fact that
Port St. Joe can play pretty fair
country football. "
Win, lose or draw this year-we
are still witcha, coach!

Mark C. Tomlinson (he has chan-
god his middle name from Pinwale
to Courthouse) is doing a little
--construction behind his abstract of-
'ices. Mark swears up and down-
and with a straight face-that he
is furnishing a place for Gulf Coun-
ty to move its jail in to.
Nothing like being prepared.

S. L. Barke came just that close
to going into the plumbing fixtures
business last week-used fixtures.
S. L. had a complete "suite" of
"bathroom furniture" as he termed
it, "used but s.tI serviceable" to
sell in a! Star -assified ad two
weeks ago. The suite" of "furni-
ture" was gone by 3:00 p.m. Thurs-
day two weeks ago, and he s stU t
getting calls wanting to buy the
same "suite". S. L. said, "I 'didn't
know so many people needed a'
bathroom".
That's the way it goes with most
St&r classified ads. You may not
need that piece of junk, but some-
body can put it to use-just like
S. L.'s old bathroom.
'May: ot for the same purpose,
but certainly just as effectively.

We started to tell you this week
that things are good in Northwest
Florida.
We came close to telling you how
one of our paper salesmen from
the Capital Paper Company in Tal-
lahassee came driving up in a
brand new Thunderbird the other
day to sell us some paper.
"I won that car, free," he said.
He won the car for having the lar-
gest increase in sales over his terri-
tory than any other salesman in
the company-and his company co-
vers most of the Southeastern
states Which would make things
seem pretty good in Northwest
Florida, which is his territory.
We 'started to tell you all this
to make you feel good.
'But then the mill shut down and
e decided not to tell you how
d things were-cause you just
Souldu't believe it.
And neither would we.

And, for a parting shot, we will
write about our kinfolks."
Ed 'Ramsey, to be exact.
'Ed got a hankering for some
quail meat. This isn't so surprising
in itself, since a lot of people like
the taste of a. quail...
But Ed must have been literally
starving for a taste of the succulent
bird.
He was so hungry for quail that
he went to Wewahitchka and
bought him some quail eggs. He
came home stole his wife's elec-
tria skillet put the quail eggs
inside plugged it in and turned
it on and voila in 14 days
he had quail.
Now he has to wait for them to
grow up.
...Man! How quail hungry can you
?

SIBBIE BRINSON
RECEIVES DEGREE
TALLAiHASSEE, Aug. 9-Florida
Site University awarded degrees
to 414 graduates this 'week in sum-
mer commencement exercises in
Westcott Auditorium. The gradu-
ates receiving degrees included
Sibbie Bell Brinson, BS in educa-
tion, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.
H. Brinsoun.


Sharks Have Riddled Line-up To

Patch Up Before Season Begins


The St. Joe Sharks wull open their
fall football drills at 5:00 p.m. on
August i18. The defending North-
west Florida Conference Cham-
pions were riddled by graduation,
and a great amount of work must
be done to enable the Sharks to
field a facsimile of last year's
tam.
'Many boys who have been instru-
niental in the recent success of the
Shark football teams will be sorely
missed this fall. This group in-
cludes Wayne Taylor, captain and
all-conference fullback; Terry Hi-
note, all-conference tackle; Billy
Denton, all-conference end; Sonny
Chafin, all-conference guard; Frank
Fletcher, Ken Hurlbut, William Lu-
eas, Charles Boyer, Ross Hudson,
Wprd Richards, Leo Punt and Will
Stafford.
The loss of players of this calibre
will certainly be felt. However, all
is not gloomy in the Shark camp.
The returning players have accept-
ed the challenge of a major rebuild-
ing job. The :Sharks expect to field
a team that will try to overcome
its inexperience with a fighting
spirit second to no team's on their
schedule.
Scholastic difficulties by Larry
Mansfield and Don Johnson have
made them ineligible to compete.
This further complicates the alrea-
dy difficult task of replacing the
five linemen who graduated.


Campaign To

Collect Utensils

By JUDY FENSOM
iFriday. night at 7:45 all high
school boys and girls interested
in the ,STAC House are asked to
meet at the STAG House. A
house to house canvas will be
made by everyone who comes,
for kitchen utensils, household
items and donations to equip the
STAC House kitchne. About 9:30
all of the canvassers will report
to the STAOG House for an old
fashioned ice cream party.
Mothers have been asked to
bake cakes and freeze the home-
made ice cream.
If you are not at home when
the youth make their rounds and
you have an article that can be
of use in the STAC House kit-
chen, please call Betty Ward at
7-3571 or Ed Smith at 7-4421
and somebody will pick the ar-
ticle up.


The following boys will carry the
Shark banner as they defend their
championship: Ends, David Mussel
white, Tony Barbee, Bailey Chum-
ney, Buddy Ward, Glenn Alligood,
and iKen Settlemire.
Tackles: Terry Porter, Weems
,Robbins, Ed Bobbitt, Harold Raf-
field, Gene Cox and Johnny Price.
Guards: Elex Gaillard, Fred Grif-
fin, Leonard Costin and Pat 0'-
'Brian.
Centers: Bill Chism and Jimmy
Williams.
Quarterbacks: Edward Smith
and Jackie Mitchell.
Halfbacks: Richard Zipperer,
Dru Hall, -Ronnie Young, Mike
Newcombe, Bobby Burkett and
Jimmy Wilder.
Fullbacks: Jackie Mitchell, Frank
Griffin and Willie Daniell.
The Sharks have a fine group of
freshmen and sophomore players
whose names are not mentioned
here. They are expected to take
their places on the varsity as they
mature physically and football-wise.
All players in the ninth grade
and above are to report to the
County Health Clinic at 9:00 a.m.
August 18 for a physical examina-
tion. No player will be allowed to
participate in a workout until he
has had a physical.
All players in the ninth grade
and above will take part in the
pre-school drills. These drills will
be in shorts. Full uniforms will be
donned September 1.
All players are reminded to bring
two towels to their first workout.
According to GCo ac h Marion
Chaig, "Our coaches and players
realize what we are up against in
having to replace 'eight fine foot-
ball players from last year's team.
We are going about this with every
confidence that we can have a good
football team, if everyone concern-
ed will be satisfied with nothing
less. We are looking forward to
working with this squad. They
showed us that they wanted to play
football in our Spring drills. We
will lack experience, but this squad
will work hard to overcome this
factor.
SHARK SCHEDULE
Sept. 19H-Apalachicola, Here
Sept. 26-Walton, There
Oct. S3-Marianna, Here
'Oct. 10-Open
Oct. 17-Bay Hi Jr. Vars., There
Oct. 24-Chipley, Here
-Oct. 31-Blountstown, Here
Nov. 7--Bonifay, Here
Nov. 14-Quincy, There.
Nov. 21-Choct'awhatchee, Here


Paper Co. Down

For A Week

St. Joe Paper Company shut
down its mill here yesterday for
a period due to lack of orders,
according to T. S. Coldewey.
Coldewey told The Star that
the mill would probably begin
operation again some time next
week.
Rumors on the streets of the
city were flying to the fact that
the mill would be down through
Labor Day. Coldewey said that
he didn't expect the mill to be
down more than a week at the
most.
So rest easy, and just tighten
up your belt to the notch you
have let out the past three weeks
and maybe we can ride the storm
again.
-----X----

George Core Off

Attending Convention

Portland, Ore.-Aug. 10 (-, ... i
--George Y. Core, Clerk of Circuit
Court of Gulf County, is attending
the 22nd Annual Conference of the
National Association of County Of-
ficials, heard Governor Robert B.
Meyner, of New Jersey, advocate
a strong, elected administrative
head to strengthen county govern-
ments in what he called a "reor-
ganization" to enable counties "to
meet the challenge of our times."
Mr. Core will take part in panel
discussions,, round-tables and meet-
ings designed to find ways for the
counties, most of them undergoing
phenomenal growth, to weet the
coming challenges placed upon
them. The convention theme is
"The County of Tomorrow".

Visiting In Indiana
Mrs. Irene Beaman of this city
and her sister, Mrs. Jean Rodriguez
of Winter Haven are v '.v- with
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Statom in
Muncie, Ind.

Visitors From Panama City
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Chestnut of
Panama City and family visited
with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beasley,
Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. A Chest-
nut over the week end.
------^----
Visitors From Georgia
Mrs. Marvin Griffin, Jr., and
daughters, Virginia and Judith are
visiting this week with Mr. and
Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey and family.


J. A. Whitfield, Pr

Citizen, Passes In W

Joseph Alfred Whitfield, 61, died
at his home in Wewahitchka at
6:15 p.m. Saturday following a
lengthy illness.
Whitfield, a long-time resident of


Long Avenue Baptist Church



Revival To Begin August 24

The Long Avenue Baptist Church, Thursday night: Mr. and Mrs. John Franklin of Kingsport, Tennessee.
announces their plans for prepara- Core, 808 Garrison Avenue, Mr. and Assisting him will be Rev. James
tion for revival meeting to begin Mrs. George McLawhon and Mr. Austin and Hugh Waddy. Mr. Aus-
in their church on Sunday, August and Mrs. Joe Wilkie, St. Joe Beach. tin will lead the revival singing and
24. The pastor states that special On Friday night: Mr. and Mrs. D. Mr. Waddy will serve as organist-
prayer services for the revival B. Hall, Palm Boulevard, Mr and pianist. This is a good team of con-
meeting will be held next week as Mrs. H. B. Lewis, Monument Ave- secrated young men all trained in
follows: Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. at the nue and Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Collier Southern Baptist colleges and sem-
Church and Wednesday, 8:00 p.m. at Beacon Hill. inaries. Services will begin each
at the church. Cottage prayer ser- The evangelist for the revival evening at 8:00 p.m. starting on
vices will be held at 8:00 p.m. on meeting will be the Rev. Loyce (Continued On Page 8)


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Rev. Loyce Franklin
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Cancer Socde

Names Offic

The Gulf County U
American Cancer Socie
the Florida Power Com
Friday evening at 8:00
Chairman J. C. Belin a
minutes of the last m
introduced guests fro
town including the Rey
G. T. Hinton of Wewahi
Marjorie Bates, Division
resentative of the Ameri
Society, Pensacola; Mrs
well of 'anama City, D
resentative.
Committee reports we
accepted. It was anno


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SedTo Kiwanis



ty Col. B. E. Meth Says Station

rs Is Part of Big "Shooting Gallery"

Jnit of the Lt. Col. Blaine E. Meth of Eglin Air Force Base spoke be-
ety met at fore the Kiwanis Club Tuesday and gave them a clear cut picture
any lounge of just what the Cape San Blas missile tracking station was ex-
p.m. pected to do in the nation's defense.
approved the Col. Meth said that the San Blas installation would be a
ee ting, and
em out of tracking station for the tracking of experimental missiles fired
v. and Mrs. off at the Eglin Air Force Base proving ground located on Santa
tchka; Mrs. Rosa Island. Col. Meth termed the San Blas installation, and an-
Field Rep- other like it in Tampa as an elaborate shooting gallery for the


ican Cancor
s. Edna Ro-
)istrict Rep-

re read and
unced that


missile tests.


Social Security Pays

$213,264 In Gulf Co.


snist year was the biggest that the Old-age, survivors, and disability
Cancer Crusade has ever had. Gulf benefits under Social Security are
County exceeded its quota. being paid in Gulf County at the
Mrs. Myrtle Childers was pre- rate of $213,264.00 a year, John V.
seated with a gold pin for outstand- Carey, district manager, social se-
ing work during the past crusade, curity office, announced this week.
and special certificates of thanks Our studies have shown that many
were awarded to Joe Wilkie, treas- of these aged people, widows and
urer: Mrs. Lillie Land and Bill orphans have little or no other re-
\'inters for their outstanding jobs sources. For something like 9%,
last year. A special plaque was social security benefits, received as
awarded to Mrs. Pearl Brown for an earned right, are the only cash
her untiring efforts as County income, and for a much higher per
Chairman last year. Mrs. Brown cent, the amount of other outside
was re-elected County Chairman, cash income is pitifully small.
Mrs. Myrtle Childers, co-chairman; While social security benefits are
Dr. Wayne Hendrix, Medical Direc-
tor; Joe Wilkie, Treasurer; .Lillie intended primarily as a basis for
Land. Secretary; Dr. Langston of individual economic security, the
Apalachicola, Public Health Offi- payment of these benefits at the
cer; Bill Winters. Public Education rate of 3,500,000.00 a year in this
Chairman; J. C. :',. Service seven county area of Northwest
Chairman; Martin Begley, Publicity Florida helps business g.-orally
Chairman; J. C. Belin, Finance because most of the money is spent
Chairman; Dave Maddox, House to immediately on food, clothing and
House Committee Chairman; Bill other necessities. This income in
Tharpe, Special Events Chairman. this area has been especially im-
Dr. William Wager heads the pro- Iportant .during the recent period of
fessional committee and Dr. Joe slow business. Nationally, more
Hendrix heads the speakers bureau. than eight billion dollars a year is
Those in attendance saw a very 'going out in the form of monthly
thought provokint cancer movie en- social security insurance benefits.


Mims told the club that the sta-
tion was one of many precautions
in seeing that an experimental mis-
sile test does not go awry and that
everything is kept in control. He
gave some instances of the elabor-
ate precautions that were taken to
destroy the tested missile if any-
thing went wrong.
The local range station will have
some expensive equipment located
in its buildings, according to the
Colonel. There will be three radar
installations at the Cape capable of
tracking three missiles at the same
time. "Unlike ordinary radar these
scopes can tell within 120 feet -'ust
where a missile is", said the -Col.
Thisaccurateness is desirable in
missile testing for safety and re-
quires an exact construction prac-
tice to assure that the radar instal-
lations will remain just as they are
meant to be.
Col. Meth said that the buildings
would be completed enough to be-
gin Installing equipment in 'Decem-
ber with the installation to go i*t
action some four or five months
later. The Col. said that Interna-
tional Telephone and Telegraph
Company would handle the instru-
mentation and setting up of the
equipment and that the Philco Cor-
poration had the contract to fur-
nish some of the equipment. ITT
will operate the installation for six


titled "Just By Chance". A movie For the State of Florida as a whole, weeks after it goes into action and
that every person should be sure 333,633 beneficiaries were drawing after that time the operation of the
to see if they have the opportunity. $18,590,200.00 a month at the end station will go on a bid basis to a
The meeting was adjourned after of 1957. civilian 'company for operation. The
refreshments. There are several reasons for the Col. said there will be no housing
increase in benefits over last year, erected on the site and all the per-
Carey said. More people are quail- sonnel would be required to live
eminent Gulf Co. tying because of new covdrage-forI elsewhere (Port St. Joe presumably
example, self-employed farmers. since it is closest to the station).
A 5 S E-- Also, the reduction of retirement The station (or that part now be-
Whitchka Home age to 62 for women and the pay- ing built) will cost around seven
ment of disability insurance bene- and a third million dollars after it
Wewahitchka and Gulf County was fits to disabled people age 50 and is instrumented and will have a
well known throughout the area. over are contributing factors. The payroll of about ;500,000 annually
He had been Chairman of the business recession has, without a
Board of Directors of the Wewa- doubt, accounted for part of this
hitchka State Bank for a number !increase. Many people, including connection with this important
of years. He had an extensive tu- widows and. minor children, would source of basic financial protection
pelo honey operation and many bee probably be working if jobs were against loss of income caused by
hives. At the time of his death more plentiful. The availability of retirement, disability, or death, Ca-
Whitfield was the City Clerk of the social security insurance benefits rey concluded. Your local social se-
City of Wewahitchka, and a mem- to these people is especially impor- curity district office can help you
her of the Gulf County Board of tant. Many of them would now be make certain that you are receiving
Public Instruction. He was in the on the local welfare rolls if it were credit for your work whether it
process of seeking re-election to not for these benefits and, of be salaried or self-employment.
this last post, unopposed, at the course, the cost of welfare benefits The social security office for this
time of his death., are paid out of general taxation. area is located at 522 Mercer Ave-
Individuals should understand rue, Panama City. The telephone
Whitfield is survived by his wife, their rights and responsibilities in; number is POplar 3-5331.
Pearl J.; three sons, Ernest K., Jo-


seph Kenneth and Alfred L., all of
Wewahitchka; one daughter, Shir-
ley Whitfield of Panama City; six
grandchildren; one brother, Char-
lie R. of Panama City; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Verna Rowan, Germany;
Mrs. Billie Simmons, Birmingham,
Ala., and Mrs. Edna Davis of We-
wahitchka.
Funeral services for J. A. Whit-
field were held Monday, August 11
at 3:00 p.m. from the Methodist
Church in Wewahitchka. Rev. Leo-
nard Davis conducted the services.
Interment was in Jehu Cemetery
with Masonic rites at the graveside.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
ci-arge of arrangements.

BRINSONS ATTEND
GRADUATION OF DAUGHTER
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brinson ac-
companied by Miss Martha Costin
attended the graduation exercises
,f their daughter Sibbie, Saturday,
August 9. Sibbie was among 400
graduating from FSU when she re-
ceived at this time her Bachelor
Degree of Science in Education.
She plans to teach this fall at Tyn-
dall Elmeentary, Tyndall AFB.
Send 'who Star To A Fried
Send rhe Star To A Friead


Lions Club Planning Quartet Singing

Concert For Saturday, August 23


The Rebel's Quartet, one of the
nation's top gospel singing groups
will be featured at a quartet sing
in Port St. Joe, Saturday, August
23 at 8 p.m.
The Rebels are featured regularly
on radio and television in the Tam-
pa area and record on Bibletone re-
cords. Among their best sellers on
records are "The Highest Hill',
"This Ole House", "Lifted From
Sin", "He's The Lily of the Valley"
and "Hide Me, Rock of Ages".
Members of the Rebel's Quartet,
all of whom are well known gospel
singing, include Lee Kitchens, lead
singer and emcee; John Mathers,
baritone and manager of the quar-
tel: Horace Parish, first tenor;
London Parris, bass singer; Jimmy
Taylor, pianist and soloist. Kit-
chens, Mathews and Parish were
mnr- rr-r. fthe original Rebel's
Quartet. Parris was formerly with
Leroy Abernathy's Quartet, Home-
land Harmony Quartet and the


Traveler's Quartet. Taylor was for-
merly with the Travelers and other
well known groups.
The Port St. Joe Lions Club Is
bringing this group to Port St. Joe,
because of the Interest In quartet
singing and gospel music in this
area. It is hoped that people from
all over Northwest Florida will be
here in Port St. Joe for this sing.
Proceeds from this sing will go
toward the Lions welfare work
fund.


REBEL'S QUARTET


NUMBER 46


Rev. James Austin
Song Leader


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Cemetery Restoration Is In


Canada Offers Hay Fever Retreats


Progress -

The St. Joseph Historical So-
ciety met August 6 at the lounge of
the local museum. J. L. Sharit re-
ported to Mrs. Ned Porter that the
vaults at the old cemetery have
been reconstructed, and that the
next step toward beautification
will be to have the ground grubbed
and grass planted. It was men-
tioned that old brick may be e-


Historical Society


trieved from the bay and used as
brick walkways.
Ralph- Wager invited the mem-
bers of the society to accompany
him and Fred Maddox on an explor-
atory trip to historical sites in our
area including the salt works that
were so greatly important to the
Confederacy for preserving beef
and food that fed the Confederacy


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FOR. .


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Loans for buying a new home
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Flag-Raising Ceremony


Photo. Courtesy Canadian National Railways
Daily flag. raising and lowering
ceremonies by scarlet-clad Royal
Canadian Mounted Policeareprov.
ing a. popular attraction with
United States visitors to Montreal
this summer. The ceremonies take
place in Dominion Square, just a
stone's throw from the new Queen
Elizabeth Hdtel In addition to the
flag raising ceremonies, military
band concerts are held each Sun.
day and Wednesday evening on
Dominion Square and on Friday
evenings, folk dancing is _U


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and which was one of Florida's
chief contributions to the South in
the War Between the States. This
industry was handicapped by a
Federal blockade. Copies of maps,
1555, show crosses that indicate old
Spanish missions at San Blas, St.
Joseph and St. Andrew. Mrs. Brin-
son was asked to procure oglssy
prints of old Spanish maps dated
1513, 1555 and a nautical chart da-
ted 1779.
Mrs. Porter discussed the possi-
bility that in the chain of future
events that Port St. Joe may be
able to participate in a national
observance. Rep. Bob Sikes has in-
troduced in the House of Represen-
tatives a resolution calling for a
national observance and a nation-
al commission to take over arrange-
ments for the celebration of the
quadri-centennial (400 years) of
the first European settlement in
the United States. The first white
settlement was the Spanish at Pen-
sacola in 1559. The French estab-
lished a colony along the St. Johns
River near Jacksonville in 1562,
and the first permanent settlement
at St. Augustine by the Spanish In
1565. The 1513 map shows a cross
there also.
A state commission headed by
Mrs. J. McHenry Jones has laid
the ground work for the observance
which will begin in Pensacola in
1959, move to Jacksonville in 1962
and end at St. Augustine in 1965.
In 'addition to the National com-
plexion the celebration has taken
on an international flavor with the
promise of participation by Spain.
Jose M. Areilzon, the Spanish am-
bassador to the U. S. said in Wash-
ington his government has approv-
ed plans for participation and they
are to be directed by Luis Bolin,
information counselor in the Span-
ish embassy at Washington. He
said Spain will lend for exhibit his-
torical objects pertinent to the per-
iod of Spanish rule of Florida, and
will send to the Pensacola observ-
ance persons from Spain skilled in
its arts and crafts who will pub-
licly display their talents.
', The meeting was adjourned for
refreshments.

Stone Suffers Relapse
T. H. .Stone, pioneer citizen of
Port St. Joe, and a patient in. a
Thomasville, Georgia hospital, suf-
fered a relapse last Thursday wyen
he contracted pneumonia following
surgery. Reports yesterday were
that he had shown an improvement
over his serious condition early in
the week.


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\lo sneezing for this gal if she goes to hay fever-free areas of Canada this summer; such as Vancouver in
3ritish Columbia; the Gaspe Peninsula where the world's largest gannet sanctuary is located; to Jasper
National Park in the Canadian Rockies or to the Canadian Provinces by the sea, reached by M.V.
Bluenose sailing between Bar Harbor, Me. and Yarmouth, N.S.


Canada is a refuge for thous-
ands of hay fever sufferers each
year, and if you happen to be
one of those vacationers planning
to avoid the extreme discomfort
spread by "Ambrosia artemisi-
ifolia" (ragweed) this season, it
may very well be the haven you're
looking for.
The vast Dominion is blessed
with abundant regions entirely
free from the pesky ragweed pol-
len, or with so low a pollen air-
index that they offer complete va-
cation relief, say travel experts of
the Canadian National Railways.


Legion Auxiliary To
Push Membership

The American Legion Auxiliary
will have a covered dish supper n
August 19 at the American Legion
Home honoring the members of he
Post. All Legionaires are cordially
invited.
The chairman of the standing
committees that are appointed are
each responsible for a branch of ac-
tive work carried on each year by
the Anxi ary.
Those serving this year are:
Americanism, Mrs. Verna Smith;
Child Welfare, Mrs. Marie Tapper;
Civil Defense, Mrs. ola Maddox;
Community Service, Mrs. Senora
Grimsley; Constitution and By-
Laws, Mrs. Rubye Pridgeon; Edu-
cation and Scholarship, Mrs. Annie
Cook;- Girl's State, Mrs. Frances
Henley; Junior Activities, Mrs. Na-
dine Hardy; Legislative, Mrs. Flar-
azelle Connell; Membership, Mrs.
Madaleine Whitaker; Music, Mrs.
Louise Beard; National Security,
Mrs. Gertrude Guilford; Pan-Ameri-
can Study, Mrs. 'Ellen Kirkland;
Poppy, Mrs. Elise Rogers; Press
and Radio, Mrs.-Madaleine Whita-
ker and Rehabilitation, Mrs. Lola
Costing.

WMS Has Bible
Study Program


The First (Baptist WMS had a
Bible study program led by the pas-
tor, Rev. 'C. Byron Smith, Monday
of this week.
The program was opened by the
group .singing, "Rescue The Perish-
ing". Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon led the
opening prayer.
Rev. ISmith led in the study of
the Second Chapter of First John.
Following the study, the presi-
dent, Mrs. L. W. Cox announced
that all circles 'are invited to meet
with Mrs. W. S. Quarles in her
beach home next Monday at 3 p.m.
After the meeting was dismissed
the group was invited to join in
a Christmas tree program and re-
freshments given by the Sunbeam
band. Gifts from the tree were for
missionaries stationed in foreign
lands.

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S MINUTES OF T 44 objection to the Sheriff's budget but only ed, Motion seconded by Comm. Cooper, Ihe Fine and Forfeiture Fund .......... 4.1
MOwanted to know something of its require- following voted AYE: Harden, Cooper, Price General Fund ........ ........... 7.1
ICOUNTY COMMISSION ments. "e and Chairman. NAY: None. St. Joseph Fire Control Dist. ........ .5
COUNTY COMMISSION Mr. C. G. Costin appeared before the The Chairman announced that the follow- Florida State Board of Health (For Gulf
-- ,. Board and told the Board that he wanted to ing budget has been approved and adopted County Health Dept.) ...........8
discuss the road and bridge fund. He first for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 198 Dead Lakes Water Management Dist. .5
S WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA thanked the Board for its consideration in and ending September 30, 1959 to-wit: TOTAL .......................1.0
ULY 22, 1958 lowering a number of items in the Road and BOARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Mr. Saunders appeared before the Board,
The Board of County Commissioners mt Bridge Fund and the other funds, but that GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA and said that he and the other members of
this date, pursuant to recess taken on July in his opinion the item "Free Labor" in BUDGET YEAR ENDING SEPT. 30, 1959 the Taxpayers League did not enter their
17, 1958. with the following members pro.- the amount of 53.336.00 was still out of GENERA L'FUND original objection because they thought -the
tnt: 0,. S. Croxton, Chairman, E C. la- line with the rest of the budget, and re- Estimated Revenues and Receipts: Board was spending the County Funds un-
den, Sr., A. J. Strickland, George W. Coop- quested the Board to give consideration to Taxes (7.1) ................ $89,326.00 wisely, but because they knew the County
er and J. C. Price. The Clerk, Sheriff, *t- lowering this item. Railroad and Telegraph License .... 168.00 could not stand such excessive increases in
taMnye and County Engineer were also prms Mr. Saunders then thanked the Board for Racing Money .............. 19,336.00 the budget. He then thanked the Board for
en' its action in reducing the budget; that he Insurance Agencies Tax ........... 198.00 tha consideration given in this matter,
The meeting came to order at 9 a,m. speaking for the Gulf County Taxpayers Occupational License ............ 77.i00 There was a motion tby Comm. Harden
The Chairman announced that the Boa I league, Inc., that each member of this t--rvr'se license .............. 2,600.00 seconded by Comm. Price and duly carried,
ot in session to continue the public hea.'ing I c-,. i present at this meeting; that -',r. Mt iio..- Funds-Mosquito Control that the County pay the St. Joe Motor Co,
of the adoption of the Budget for the fiscal i-., I as it now stands will call for .... ................. 26,250.00 for the new truck and trailer delivered on
year hgeinning October 1, 1958, that tle v. which is .4 mills higher than TOTAL ESTIMATED ........ 138,553.00 July 15, 1958 at the bid price of $7,557.00.
Board met on July 17 -and worked 'it a last year; that the taxpayers league would Less 5% ................... 6,927.00 The Chairman discussed the proposed "Ap-
number of reductions in the General, tls like to see the millage lower than it was 95% of Estimate .......... 131,626.00 plication Form" to be used by people living 1
and Forfeiture and Road and Bridge Fuvils. last year, but requested the County to at Balance Brought Forward .... 43,043.00 outside of municipalities in requesting the
The Chairman instructed the Clerk to read least hold the millage this year to 13 mills. TOTAL BUDGET ........... 174,669.00 County Road Department to in stall pipe.
each item in the tentative budget as adA't Comm. Strickland told the Board that he FINE &- FORFEITURE FUND The form to be made up as soon as possible. t
tised In the Gulf County Breeze and '-he was against any cuts in the Free Labor for Estimated Revenues and Receipts: A discussion was had with reference to I
Star, and to call out each original amount the Road Department because of the amount Taxes (4.1) ................ 50.582.00 several road problems in the County. It was I
and the amount the item is reduced to. of work that is behind schedule in that de- Fines and Costs .............. 26,500.00 decided that the SRD will be requested to
The Clerk did then read the budget as apartment and because the Free Labor will TOTAL ESTIMATED .......... 77,082.00 pave the Industrial Road No. 2, from State p
directed, be operating in the red about $6,000.00 Less 5% .................... 3,892.00 Highway 71 to the Allied Chemical plant,
Mr. Harry B. Saunders, Vice President at the end of this fiscal year and urged the 95% of Estimate ........... 73,230.00 the following resolution was unanimously
of the St. Joe Paper Company and Chairman Board not to cut the Free Labor. Balance Brought Forward ...... 7,370.00 adopted.
of the Gulf County Taxpayers League, Inc., Upon motion by Comm. Price, seconded TOTAL BUDGET ............ 80,600.00 RESOLUTION
appeared before the Board and expressed by Comm. Harden and duly carried the ROAD and BRIDGE FUND STATE OF FLORIDA
his appreciations for the action taken in Board approved an ..-1. 1 'i. indebtedness Estimated Revenues and Receipts: T ON ON USE OF g0
reducing the budget and millage and sai;l ,i ,L ,t;., against ii,. '..,.. Fund for Gas Tax .................... 4,980.00 COUNTY RESOLUTION ON USE OF 0%
that he wanted to talk about the budget -, '..... .... to be included in the 1958-59 Motor Fuel ...........:........ 309.00 SEVENTH CENT GAS TAX AND OTHER
in general and ask some questions with ei- budget. uto Transportation Tax ........ 401.00 WH SECONDARY ROAD FUNDS o the
erence to certain items in order that hlie After consideration, Comm. Harden mcv- Racing Money. ............. 54,664 00 WiHEREAS, under Chapter 26.321 of the
and the members of the Taxpayers Leg, ue ed to cut the item "Free Labhr" in the TOTAL ESTIMATED ........ 101,354.00 Extraordinary session of 1949, known as
may be better informed as to the budget Road and Bridge Budget from $53,336.00 Less 5% .................... 5,067.00 the "Secondary Road Assistance Act of
requirements. He asked questions pa.tain'ng to $50,000.00 and that the tentative but'- 95% of Estimate ........... 96,287.00 1949" and setio 339.08 Florida Stment wilte
to items in the Sheriff's budget, the qunes- get for the fiscal year beginning October Balance Brought Forward .... 10,32.00 of 157, the State Road Department will
tions being directed to the Sheriff. Mr. 1, 1958 and ending September 80, 1959 TOTAL BUDGET ........... 106,325.00 receive 80% of the proceeds of this Csun-
Saunders said that ho was not raising an be the same is hereby approved and adopt- HEALTH CENTER I & S FUND try's pro-rata share of the Seventh Cent
Racing Money................ 12,000.00 gasoline tax, to be used as prescribed by
Total Estimatedy .............. 12000.00 regulations of the said Department wit In
Balance Brought Forward ...... 13,500.00 this County, as requested by regulations of
S.:......:.... .... TOTAL BUDGET..............25,500*00 the said Department within litis County, as
..ACON HILL BEACH DISTRICT requested by resolution of this Board of
BEstimACON ues and Receipts: County Commissioners and approved ny Ihe
S TOTA ESTIATE R .......Receipts:.......None Department for one or more of- the follow-
BTOTAL ESTIMATED .. Foard..........500.00 ing purposes: Construction, reconstruction,
TOTAL BUDGET ............ 500.00 maintenance and repair of State Roads bod
K A dST. JOSEPH FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT bridges, the-lease or purchase of bridges
Keepa i Ahead! Estimated Revenues and Receipts: connecting State roads, the. acquisition of
Taxes (R5)................... 1,0 53.00 rights-of-way for State Roads, and the re-
TOTAL ESTLMATED ...........' 1053.00 duction of road and bridge indebtedness;
RE-ELECT SrESSA DJ 1. Less 55% ......................o6o00 and
RE-ELECT SPESSARD L. % ^ofEstimate............. i WHEREAS, the State Road Department
S 95 of EstiBUDGEmate ............ 000.00 has requested this County Board to recom-
TOTAL L BUDGETS ..... 388,881.00 mend the purpose for which, and the roads on
TOTAL ALL BUGETS which, this County's 80% surplus gas tax
GENERAL FUND federal Aid Secondary allocations should be
ount Pom Estimated Expenditures Salary spent for construction and improvement; and
County Commisisoners Salary, .Expenses, WHEREAS, the State Road Department
Etc.......................9,45o (I WHEREAS, tie State Road Department
Clerk Circuit Court Salary ...... b,7 required this information so that it may
LS Admin istrative Salaries .. ... ,88 00 nual budget of the State Road Department;
uAdministrative Salaries ...... .2,883 00 an d
General Court Cost............... 50t000 and
Tax Assessors Commissions .... 7 500o00 WHEREAS, This Board conferred with
Tax Collectors Commissions 7,i0 00 the State Road Department concerning the
YOUR U. S. SENATOR inquest mssons...................... 00 projects to be selected and the specifications
Court House Maintenance and Operxtiuo wt NO W THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED
4,680.ut0 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED
Election ani Registration....... 1,95.00 THAT The State Road Department is hereby
Legal Advertisingection and R egistrationxpenses .. 1,90.0 requested to use such funds for consrtue-
Legal Advertising and expenses .. 7,28.00 tion (including rights-of-way acquisition,
Adensistatives Supplies ...... 600,00 surveys, maintenance, etc.) of the follow-
T.1 Hospitals .............. 3,200.00 ing roads:
Mothers Pensions ............... 800100 DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT OR USE OF
Inanity Inquiries................. 5 00. SECONDARY ROAD FUNDS FOR 1958
Civil Darefense.................. 200.00 That part of the Northwest 1,/ of Sec-
Civil Iefeiset .... ... .o. .... 200.00 1tion 6, Township 8, South Range 10 West
.........Mosquito Control County .. 19,"00-00 described as Follows: From the North-
I Mosquito Control State .... 24,7500 west corner of said Section run South
4( Agriculture Program............4,075.10 west corner of said Section run South
StAgricutute Forest Program .......... 0 005'46" East along West line of Sec-
StPublici Forest Serviptce r 136) ... 08000 tion 6, 1842.15 feet to a point; thence
PublicFurniture y (Chapter 57-1846) nd Fixture....... 5003,23.00 South 88-37'46" East 480.66 feet to a
Race Track Funds to Municipalities 7,00.00 point marked by a concrete monument;
7Equipment .................. 20,500 00
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS .... 153,971.00
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES 7,698.00 You Are Cordially Invited
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE You Are Cordially Inv d
CARRIED FORWARD .... 13,000.00
TOTAL BUDGET ........... 174,9.00
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND
Estimated Expenditures:
A Wa Wit s 1 Juvenile Court Salaries and Exp. 1,500.00
IMan W Ah H IS Prosecuting Attorney's Salary .... 4,000.00
A M nI W ith His Circuit Court Cost .............. 500.00 V C
County Judge's Criminal Cost .... 5,000.00 REV. J. C. O
Feet O n The G round! Witness andJurors Fees ..........800.00 SUNDAY SCHOOL
Insolvent and Misc. Court Work .... 60000 MORNING WORSHIP
Office Supplies ............... 1,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures for Jail 400.00 BAPTIST TRAINING
SHERIFF'S BUDGET (Chapter 57-368)
"Unquestionably we are in a battle for sur- Sheriffs Sla sisy. ts. aa...........es 7,8.0EVENING WORSHIP
Deputies and Assistants Salaries 20,000 00
vival. The stability of our government, Equipmet tha.........n salaries .. 2.... 7,00 PRAYER SERVICE (
Investigations .................. 250.00
its fiscal soundness and the strength of TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ....71,90000 Corner Lon Avenu
9 RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES 5,700.00
private enterprise will count most in es- RESERVE FOR CA.SH BALANCE 3,000.00
....UIC ii ificwn TOTAL BUDGET ............ 80,600.00


tablishing Democracy as the best way of
life"-Senator Holland.


.A _Spessard Holland is a man who believes that
,the American way of life MUST be preserved.
He is a sound and able public official a
thinker who keeps his feet on the ground, his
vision on Florida's and America's prosperous
future. He is no wild-eyed "ultra-liberal" or
chaser after foreign "isms." j'
He has accomplished great things for Florida.
He is a firm fighter States' Rights. His im-
portant committee assignments in the Senate as
senior Senator (Appropriations, Agriculture and
Forestry, Joint Committee on Reduction of Non-
essential Federal Expenditures) are vital. Flori-
da needs his seniority, his clear thinking. Sup-
port and vote for Senator Holland.

KEEP FLORIDA AHEAD WITH HOLLAND!
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tor; Herbert E. Wolfe, State Campaign Treasurer.)
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ROAD & BRIDGE FUND
Estimated Expenses
Supervisor Salary .............. .. ,000.00
Free Labor ................. 50,000.00
Maintenance and Operation of County
Garage ................. 1,000.00
Maintenance of Equipment .... 10,000.00
Gas and Oil ................ 8,000.00
Supplies .................... 5,000.00
Road, Bridge & Culvert Materials 10,000.00
Right of Way Legal Expense .. 1,000.u0
New Equipment :............ 10,000.00
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS .... 99,970.00
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES 4,998.00
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO
BE CARRIED FORWARD .. ,644.00
TOTAL BUDGET ............ 106,612.00
HEALTH CENTER I & S FUND
Estimated Expenditures:
Purchase revenue certificate .... 10,000.00
Pay Interest on certificate .... 2,000.00
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS .... 12,000.00
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE 13,000.00
TOTAL BUDGET ............ 25,500.00
BEACON HILL BEACH DISTRICT
Estimated Expenditures:
Maintenance and operation of Park 500.00
TOTAL BUDGET ............... 500.00
ST. JOSEPH FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT
Cit; of Port St. Joe ........... 1,000.00
TOTAL BUDGET ............. 1,000.00
TOTAL ALL BUDGETS ...... 388,881.00
Whereupon, there was a motion by Comm.
seconded by Comm.
and upon vote was duly carried, that in
order to meet the necessary expenses
chargeable to the County funds th eBoard
of County Commissioners of Gulf County,
Florida hereby declare the Tax rate on
the dollar as set opposite each fund listed
below, and is hereby levied, assessed and
is hereby imposed upon all of the property
lying within, the County of Gulf and the
State of Florida, on the first day of January
A.D., 1958, as follows:
Mills


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thence North 56854'42" East 492.97
feet to a point marked by a concrete
monument for point of beginning; thence
South 2305'18" East along East line
of site of Allied Chemical and Dye Cor-
poration 902.68 feet to a point marked
by a concrete monument; thence North
66564'42" East 66 feet to a point;
thence North 2805'18" West 1322.68
feet to a point; thence North 10o05'18"
West 58 feet to South right of way of
State Road-No.. 71; hence Southwesterly
along South right of way line of State
Road No. 71, 100 feet thence South
50035'18" East 40 feet to a point;
thence South 28061'18" East 420 feet
to point of beginning, Containing ap-
proximately 2.1 acres.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That the
methods and standards employed by the
State Road Department for determination of
major improvement features, including the
types and widhs of pavement, and the De-
partments standard specifications for con-
struction are concurred in and approved by
this-Board. It is requested: That the De-
partment will consider\the projects in order
listed above insofar as practicable, but
not to the extent of retarding the whole
program; that the termini of the projects
as described in the resolution and shown
on the accompanying map, rather than any
estimate of funds therefore, shall control
the Department's allocation of funds; that
this resolution shall remain in effect through
ou the year; and that after the current
year the recommendations of this reaoh--
tion shall constitute a continuing improve-
ment program for the County, unless chang-
ed by a subsequent annual resolution.
There being no further business, the meet-
ing did adjourn.
ATTEST
George Y. Core G. S. Croxton
Clerk chairman


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Mrs. Tilda Mims of Panama City
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Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wilkerson and
children of 'Laurel Hill visited Mrs.
Wilkerson's father last week, J. W.
Player.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovett and
children attended a birthday reun-
ion Sunday, August 10 'at Bonifay
honoring her uncle, Malcolm Wor-
ley who was, 78 years old. All his
children and grandchildren were
present, and other relatives and
hosts -of friends. All enjoyed din-
ner together at the noon hour.
Merl Seawright has joined the
U. S. Navy and is stationed at
Great Lakes, Ill., for his basic
training.
Birthday Party
Mrs. Joel Lovett and Mrs. James
Lovett, honored their nephew Hen-
ry Dykes of Vernon with a birth-
day party on his 12th birthday at
the home of Mrs. James Lovett on
Thursday, August 7. Helping him
celebrate were Tommy Anderson,
Jimmy Wilder, Micky McKenzie,
James Kennedy, Lloyd and Hubert
Gardner, Harry Brewton, Jimmy
Burns, Buddy Smith, John Kimbrel,
Clyde Norris,. Phillip .Ivey, Doyle
Conger, Ricky and Terry Lovett,
Pat Gentry. Refreshments. of cake
and cookies, and drinks were ser-
ved to those present.
Stork Shower
Mrs. Jamnes Kelley honored Mrs.
Lois Miller Saturday' evening, Aug-
ust 9 with a Stork Shower at her
home from 3 to 5 p.m. 'Refresh-
ments of cookies and cokes were
served to the following guests who
called: Mesdames Mathew Gray,
Neil Garrett Donald Levins, John
Young, Bob Young, Doss Kelley, J.
W. Peak, R. 'C. Levins, P. T: Mc-
Cormick, and Mrs. Esther Pettis.
Th ehonoree received many .useful
gifts.
Baptist WMU Meeting
The Highland View Baptist WMIJ
met at the church Monday after-
noon for their Royal Service pro-
gram. The group sang, "The King-
dom Is Coming". Scripture was
read from Philemon 10:21. Prayer
was led by Mrs. Ruth Harbuck. To-
pic of the program was "Some Bar-
red Door". Those on the program
were Mrs. Mills, Mrs. Ricther, Mrs.
Richards, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Pe-
terson and Mrs. Morris. The meet-


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NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the City Tax
Assessment Roll -for the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida, forthe tax year 1958, will be
submitted to the Tax Equalizing Board for
approval on the 19th day of August A. D.,
1958, at the City Hall at 7:00 P.M. EST.
All persons desiring, to have corrections
made in such roll, whether in the listing,
valuation of property or otherwise, are re-
quested to file with the undersigned on or
before the 19th day of August 1958, their
petition setting forth their objections to
such assessment and the corrections which
they desire to have made.
Witness my hand and the official seal
of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida this
5th day of August 1958.
R. W. HENDERSON 2t
City Auditor and Clerk 8-7
as Ex-Officio Tax Assessor.

NOTICE OF REGISTRATION
OF FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
of COASTAL REALTY COMPANY,
at 116 Monument Avenue in the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, in-
tends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Gulf County, Florida.
it-7-17 WILLIAM J. IRISH
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN PROBATE
In Re: Estate -of
BYRON WHETSTONE EELLS, SR.,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Byron Whet-
stone Eells, Sr., deceased, are hereby noti-
fied and required to file any claims or de-
mands which they may have against said
estate in the office of the County Judge of
Gulf County, Florida, in the CourthouLe at
Wewahitchka, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first publication
of this notice. Each claim or demand must
be in writing and must state the place or
residence and post-office address of the
claimant and must be sworn to by the clai-
mant, his agent, or his attorney, or it will
become void according to law ."-
ELDORA COLGIN EELLS' 4t
Executrix of the Estate of Byron
Whetstone Bells, Sr., deceased.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1958


Jail Term Urged


For Drunk Drivers

TALLAHASSEE Florida must find a way to put drunken driv-
ers in jail it it expects to make real progress in highway safety, Gov.
LeRoy Collins said this week.
The governor's comments came
as Lt. Roger Collar, highway safe- ver licenses and mandatory jail sen
ty officer assigned to the gover- tences for drunk drivers, they start
nor's office, reported "encouraging squirming.
signs" of public support at a meet- "They (legislators) like to go to
ing of the Traffic Safety Committee meetings., and talk about safety
of the Legislative Council at Pen- But when it comes to giving en
sacola last Saturday. forcement officers and courts the
Collar said about 50 representa- tools to do the job-that's when
tives of various public groups at- the difficulty comes," he added.
tended the Pensacola meeting and The governor said that every
gave whole-hearted endorsement to state that has had real successful
a traffic safety program that would safety programs has been armed
include re-examination of all driv- with strong punitive laws against
ers involved In traffic accidents, in- drunk drivers.
creased manpower for the Highway School .Supt. Thomas Bailey sai(
Patrol, taking drnuk drivers off the he thought a law requiring com-
road 'and withholding driver license pletion of a driver education course
from youngsters under 18 until they as a prerequisite of licensing driv
have completed driver education ers under 18 would be a forward
programs. step.
"We've got to find some system "We have the driver education
of putting drunk drivers in jail- available in our schools, and wi
more rigid enforcement of punitive should have some law that wil
laws," Collins said. force youngsters to take it," he
Start Squirming said.
"But when you talk to legislators Treasurer J. Edwin Larson sail
about mandatory revocation 'of dri- it nrobablv would result in a 1'


ing was dismissed with prayer by
Mrs. Belle DuBose.


Id


per cent reduction in insurance
rates covering young drivers.
Lt. Collar said the Citizens Ad-


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S. Photo: Courtesy Canadian National Railways
Great lakes freighters of nearly a century ago depended on this tiny
lighthouse standing on land reclaimed from Toronto Harbor on the
north shore of Lake Ontario. It was moved from its original location
to the left of this picture to make room for the busy highway traffic
now swirling past it. And the nearest "freighters' 'are the trans-
continental trains on the mtain line of the Canadian National Railways
back of the building.


GULF COUNTY DEMOCRATIC

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE RALLY

FOR GULF COUNTY
WHITE CITY, August 9, 5:00 p.m. EST, Stafford's Store
OAK GROVE, August 16, 5:00 p.m., EST, Brady Jordan
Community Store.
HIGHLAND VIEW, August 23, 5:00 p.m., EST, School
House.
WEWAHITCHKA, August 30, 4:00 p.m. CST, Drug Store
PORT ST. JOE, September 6, 4:30 p.m., EST, Across from
West Florida Gas and Fuel Co.
A. D. LAWSON, Chairman
SAMMY PATRICK, Secretary


visory Safety Committee will meet
at Miami Sept. 19 and the Legisla-
tive Council Safety Committee will
meet again in October.
-----j----.-
Return -From Visit
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Joines and
children have returned home after
visiting friends and relatives in
Boston and Sylvester, Ga., and
Hartsville, Ala.

Visit In Wewahitchka
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Buttram
spent Sunday in Wewahitchka is-
iting with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bris-
coe.

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COMPANY

FOR EXPERT
Electrical Repairs
and

Contracting
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Political Announcements
(Paid Political Advertising)


WATSON SMITH
Vote For and Elect -
District Number Four
COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
Your Vote and Support Will
Be Appreciated


Re-Elect

Cecil G.

Costin


Jr8.Jr9
your
state
Representative
Experienced Capable
I feel that my record as a mem-
ber of the Lgeislature has been a
good record and the legislation
which I introduced and supported
was for the best interest of the
people of Gulf County.
I respectfully solicit your contin-
ued vote and support upon my past
record.
Sincerely,
CEOIL G. COSTIN, JR.


For School Board Member
,I am seeking election as your
Member of the Board of Public
Instruction from District 5.
I have long been interested in the
school Isystem of Gulf County and
accutely desire to see the Gulf
SCounty system become the best in
*the State of Florida.
If elected, and with your help, I
will strive to make you a school
board member that you will be
proud of.
Your vote and support is sin-
cerely solicited on behalf of my
candidacy.
OTIS PYLE

For School Board Member
In announcing my candiday tor,
re-election to the County School
Board I am proud to offer you my
past record and a sincere promise
that I will continue to give the
whole of Gulf County School sys-
tem my unselfish and untiring f-
forts.
Your vote and support will be
greatly appreciated.
FENNON TALLEY

For Small Claims Judge
I am seeking re-election to
my first full term as Judge of
the Small Claims Court of
Gulf County.
During my past two years
in this capacity we have ren-
dered the people of Gulf Co.,
every service possible. We,
offer our candidacy on our
past record.
B. B. CONKLIN

MY FRIENDS:
I am seeking the position of
County Commissioner in District
Four. I pledge to serve the people
of this county to the best of my
ability. The voice of the people
will always be my guide.
I will appreciate your vote and
support.
WALTER GRAHAM


VOTE TO KEEP
BENJAMIN H. DICKENS
County Prosecuting Attorney
Subject to Democratic Primary
September 9
CAPABLE IMPARTIAL
EXPERIENCED COURTEOUS
Should the people honor me by
returning me to this office, I
pledge that I will be a servan;
of the public. I will always up'oll
the high public trust reposed in
the office of County Prosecuting
Attorney.

For School Board Member
I am seeking re-election to
my current position of School
Board member from District
One.
I have become familiar with
the workings of our school
system and pledge myself to
the best school system it is
possible for Gulf County to
have.
CLYDE BROGDON


For School Board Member
I offer myself for election
for the first time to the po-
sition of School Board mem-
ber in District One.
If elected I pledge myself
to the betterment of the stan-
dards and efficiency of the
Gulf County school system.
WILLIAM ROEMER

FELLOW CITIZENS OF
GULF COUNTY
This is to announce my 4.andi-
dacy for County Commissioner
from District No. 4. I am married
and have two children and am a
property owner in the county.
My family and I have a stake
in Gulf County's future and I will
work at all times to protect your
interests as well as mine.
I will sincerely appreciate your
support and vote on September 9
for County Commissioner, Dist. 4.
HARRY DOWDEN


ELECT

Silas R. Stone


County
Prosecuting Attorney
Democratic Primary, Sept. 9



VOTE FOR -







y Elizey
i o
member of
House of Representatives
The People's Voice In the
State Legislature


I wish to announce my candi-
oacy for re-election as County
Commissioner from District No.
2.
If re-elected, I promise to con-
tinue to serve all of Gulf County
honestly and to the very best of
my ability.
I will appreciate your vote and.
support.
E. C. HARDEN, SR.

CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
COMMISSIONER, DIST. NO. 2
I am a life-long resident of Gulf
County and served the County
faithfully and sincerely from 1941
until 1954. I announce my candi-
dacy again for Commissioner, Dis-
trict No. 2:
(1) Because of my three terms
of valuable experience as your
Commissioner.
(2) Because I believe I can as-
sist in saving the people some
money and still be very useful in
helping with the progress of our
growing county.
I thank you and solicit your vote
and your support.
JIM S. DANIELS

FRIENDS OF GULF COUNTY:
I am announcing my candidacy
for County Commissioner for ,
District No. 4. I have lived in
Port St. Joe and Gulf County for
20 years. I pledge to work for
the best interest of all the peo-
ple in Gulf County, and will sin-
cerely appreciate your vote and
support.
COLEMAN W. THARPE


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TO BE GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY, SEPT. 6
All Children of School Age May Register if
Accompanied By Parents


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CATSUP 35c
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JUICE 10c
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JELLY 29c
DEL MONTE GRAPEFRUIT-PINEAPPLE 46 OZ. CAN
DRINK 29c
DEL MONTE SPICED No. 21/2 Jar
PEACHES 39c
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Cocktail 45c
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Mayonmaise 29c


[Phillip's Fine Grind Corn

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RICE


5 LB. BAG
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WASH CLOTHES WHITER WITH IGA


LARGE GRADE "A" 2 to 24 LB. AVG.
FRYERS
ROASTING -- 4 to 5 LB. AVG.


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GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE
GOLDEN RIPE 2 LBS.
BANANAS 25c
FRESH GREEN 3 LBS.
CABBAGE 15c
NEW CROP LB.
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EXTRA FANCY YELLOW 2 LB8.
ONIONS 25c
ICEBERG EXTRA LARGE HEAD
LETTUCE 19c
FRESH SHIPMENT
Home Grown BLACKEYE PEAS
DAIRY DEPARTMENT
Free Ice Cream -- Friday and Saturday
To Everyone bringing all the family
THE SOUTH'S FINEST SUPREME HALF GAL.
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GRADE 'A' SMALL In Cartons

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Medium Size Bar
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IVORY SOAP ----4 for 25c


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ZEST SOAP ---- 2 for 29c
Bath Size
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THE STAR

Publiahed Eery Thursday At 306 Williams Avenu, Port St, Job, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WEsLur I. R Asiy Editor and Publisher
Al LotypeM Operator, Ad Man, Flor Man, columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, .00 SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
itdred as seoond-class matter, December 19 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of'March 8, 1879.
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TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
TL* spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word la thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely aserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
,The poken word Is lost; the printed word remains.




CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *

.. .. LOST: One red Wizard water ski.
S FOR RENB T ( Lost in bay Saturday, July 26.
O Call Milton Chafin. Ball 7-7606 for
reward. 2tp
FOR RENT: Furnished downstairs LAWNS MOWED. Call Jimmy Wil-
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave. der. Phone 9-1903.
Phone 7-5771. tfe-7-30
BUILD-REPAIR-REMIV.DEL
FOR RENT: Furnished garage ap- 36 Months To Pay
artment. 2 bedroom, living room, See BARRIER BUILDERS
dining room, kitchen and bath.
Phone 9-1195. tfc-7-30 LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
FOR RENT: Two bedroomour. Cut your lawn and let me
FOR RENT: Two bedroom, two worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
story house with garage on Long Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
Ave., corner 16th St. $60.00 per son, Phone--7501.
month. J. A. Mira, Phone 9-1301.


FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished apartments
Cool in summer, warm in winter.
Gas heat, window fans. They have
to be seen to be appreciated. ALSO
NICE TRAILER PARKING SPACE
Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133, Wimico
'Lodge Apartments and Trailer
Park, White City. tfc-7-17
FOR .RENT: Unfurnished apart-
ment. 706 Woodward Ave. Phone
BADl 7-3941 for information. 2te
FOR RENT: See Mrs. Shirey for
apartments and houses, furnished
and unfurnished. Phone 7-8058. tfc

FOR RENT
Beautiful new 3-bedroom house
furnished or unfurnished by week
or month at St. Joe Beach.
J. D. CLARK
BAIl 7-771T

FOR RENT: Furnished cottage
;and apartments. See Otto Ander-
son. tfc-3-27


BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME with
beauLiful ceramic tile. Repair
work our specialty. Can be financ-
ed. J. B. HICKS, Tile and Marble
Co., Phone 7-7995. tfe-6-5
FOR RENT: House, corner of Long
and First St. Frank and Dot's
Agency. 6tp-7-10
FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom House at
White City. Electric hot water
heater and electric range furnished.
See E. J. Rich at White City. tfc
FOR SALE or RENT: House and
two lots located 2 blocks from
Highland View school house. $4450.
$450 down, bal. $35.00 per month,
or rent for $25.00 per month. Call
H. L. Patterson at Coggin & Deer-
mont shop between 1 and 9, Chip-
ley or write to Rt. 2, Graceville. 4tp
FOR RENT: 3 room unfurnished
apartment. 217 9th St. See J. F.
Daniell, 216 9th St. tfc-8-7
FOR RENT: Spacious 2 bedroom
house on Palm Blvd. Call Cecil
G. Costin, Jr. 2tc-8-7
FOR RENT: Nice two bedroom ap-
artment. 617 Woodward Ave. Call
0. E. Halley, Phone 3-2625, Talla-
hassee, Fla. 4tc-8-7
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house cor-
ner ninth and Woodward. See G.
L. 'Duren. 'Phone 7-2552. tfc-8-14
FOR 'RENT: Unfurnished 3 room
apartment. Completely private
with screened front porch. Water
furnished. Phone 7-30,23. tfc-8-14
FOR RENT: Cottage at Beacon
Hill. Mrs. P. G. Hart. Phone Ball
9-11'04.: 2tc-8-14

SFOR SALE


FLORIDA CONSTITUTION MONU-
MENT Souvenir plates. $3.00 ea.
Mrs. Al" Millergren of Wewahitch-
ka bought five--four for her chil-
dren. "They can hand them down
to their grandchildren," said she.
Get them at St. Joe Hardware or
Puller's Supply Co. 4t-8-14
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house
with separate dining room and
den with fireplace. 1428 sq. ft. liv-
ing area. Large lot with Tenced in
back yard. Only 13,000.00.
FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser, 25' x 8'
Gray marine 62. Sleeps 2. Will
swap for real estate, car or cash.
Call 7-77T1. tfec-8-7
FOR SALE: A large three ,bedroom
house with approximately 1400
sq. ft floor space for -only $10,500.
Shown by appointment only. 3te
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Phone 74-491 211 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
FOR SALE: Metal lawn chairs. 2
straight, $3 50 ea. 2 rockers, $4.25
ea. All four $12.00. S. L. Barke,
Phone 7-8191. 4tc-7-30
FOR SALE: Choice lots in Jones-
ville Subdivision. Just three miles
south of town off U. S. 98. Lots 50'
X 160' going for only 300 each. Very
reasonable terms offered. See Roy
E. Cox at Smith Tire and Recap.
Co., Port St. Joe. 6tp-7-10
BEACH LOTS FOR SALE: $25.00
down. $10.00 per month. R. L.
Fortner, Mexico Beach. tfc-7-17
4dvertilsng doesn't cost-it PAYS


WANTED: Waitresses. Experience
pTreferred. Apply in person to
Honey's Cafe. tfc-7-31
UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
furniture in k old? Bring it to
Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second
and Reid for expert rebuilding.
FOR FAST, EFFICrTNT PLUMB-
ING SERVICE. Call Bill's Plumb-
ing. Phone 7-7846 or 7-8161. tfc
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
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THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
900 p.m., American Legion Home
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. .in Maesonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren Invited.
C. W. LONG, N. G.
J. C. PRICE, Seoty.
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, Seety.
Ail Master Masons cordially invited
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose .Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
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.

NOTICE OF REGISTRATION
OF FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby .given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of Ingram Memorial Company, 116
Monument Avenue in the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida, intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Gulf
County, Florida.
BOB K. INGRAM


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Walter Wilson Finishes ?C

Air Force Basic Trai I':-


LACKLAND AFB, Texas-Air-
man Third Class Walter H. Wilson,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wilson of
703 Kenney's Mill, Port St. Joe, has


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Department StoC a
birthday pims c
people: D -i :; ,n
Thur'sbay, '.yvc 'ynq, T
peer, Fhn'i} G-'' s pne. PA .,
Herring, Ed'i6 Seis ,
Parker, IHoir
Jim John-son, An Al:
Faye Gardner:
Eddie Mbewic L-a r-,
On todly's bir .y A ,g.
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prosecnts wre w
ClI.fin, Debbie Lay ;:d
SpeuidiTe, All HIese
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awaited pyc p I,

Joe High P '- ,
by the Si ,


completed his initial course of Air lecled !, :d .
Force basic military training here. technical
He has been selected to attend the( their iui m
technical training course for Radio are 'a :i
Intercept Operators at Keesler four weeks
AFB, Miss. additional
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tl St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 19-8

:-, Class of 1954'Plans

S-.-,. union August S

-FENSOM The graduates of 1954 from the
'e high oo Port St. Joe High School wishes
e i scoo to announce its first class reunion


j, at tJIlla SA C lI. lo1uD3UU
!)- L 1 D-!-'a"I U'?;Do g'Llles con-
- ,r:: ~yMl'-' \WyneBiggs, dt.


' > '~- l Wa:ers of the bingo wero Char-
n e a-nor, a fishing lure, donated
: y Western Auto, Mary Carter,
Spocko. .... ;i'l donated by Ful-
uppl y, James Cooley, salt
S au pper s,.iakers, donated by the
Ic : hardware, *Nelson Hall, a
'' pocke.ttbook donated by Buz-
,'s Dug S'or.e, a milk shake and
""ubge. donated by the City
': ? ra, :immy Grubbs, a half
n of gnum and Kay Creech a
m.. o2 gumn. A nilkshake
::. ; -ur'er donated by Robert
e'.'c'k Jedley of Apalachicola was
.,;o by v-ow'ard Keels.

:. 70 people present also par-
S in pool, ping pong, card
and dancing. Chaperones
-o M's H. W. Griffin and Mrs.
"' : ,'. -.t 7. Ji.pparer.


since the class' graduation in June,
1954. The grand reuniting of scat-
tered class members will be held
at Van Horn's, Beacon Hill Beach
on August 31, 1958 at 8 p.m. All
members are urged to come to rem-
inisce about the "good old days"..
Special guests will be Mr. and Mrs.i
W. C. Ivey. Mrs. Ivey waa the
class sponsor. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Bowdoin and Coach and Mrs. Mar-,,
ion Craig.
The class is also reminded to
make their reservations with Billy
Joe Richards, Box 153, Highland
View, Florida by not later than Au-
gust 16.
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Week End Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Walster Goodson.
and family of Bonifay visited over
the week end with Mrs. E. C. Ca-
son and son 'Emory and Mr. and'
Mrs. Roy B. Maddox and family.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


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Revival THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1958
(Continued From Page 1)
August 24. The public is cordially BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
invited to attend this revival meet- Keith Allen is the name given the
ing. The Church nursery will be 7 lb., 11 oz. baby boy, born August
open each evening for babies and 5, to Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Kanneberg,
small children, of Brewton, Ala. Mrs. Kanneberg


vacation?
Make sure you have a supply of
medicine and drugs that will
last you, while you're away.
Don't be caught short if you
happen to be miles away from a i
source of supply
tf you need prescriptions filled
or refilled, come in before you
go- We consider it a privilege to
serve you.
PRESCRIPTIONS ARE THE
HEART OF OUR BUSINESS


Buzzetts Drug Store
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
as*sesG% 00 v#**


George Williams, Jr., of Panama
City will be the inspirational
speaker for the Saturday night
Youth Rally to be held in the
church auditorium. George Wil-
liams, Jr., was permanently injur-
ed while swimming during his high
school days at Bay High in 1949.
Although he is confined to a wheel
chair and has vefy little use of his
body he nevertheless has a won-
derfully interesting message on the
goodness of God. Williams has re-
cently written a book entitled,
"Christ Is The Answer". His father
was paper mill superintendent at
the Panama City mill. The public
is invited to attend this evangelis-
tic rally and hear George Williams,
Jr., speak.
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ENJOY YOUR QWN

Esther Williams Swimming Pool
FOR FREE POOL SURVEY CALL
HARRY McKNIGHT, Local Representative
Phone BAll 7-5821 Port St. Joe, Fla.


JOHN PILCHER LUMBER CO.
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA


will be remembered as Miss Patsy
Daniell, of Port St Joe.

SFOR SALE
1 House and I 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 otf Port
St. Joe. We help you arrange
financing. If you are lnte.:est-
ed in owning your dwn home,
please contact us.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-7741


C. P. ETHEREDGE
Licensed
PLUMBING and
ELECTRICAL WORK
Phone 7-2564
605 Maddox Street
LISTEN TO

The Baptist Hour
EACH SUNDAY 4:00 P.M.
Over Radio Station

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