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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: September 25, 1958
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
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TWENTY-FIRST YEAR


PORT ST. JOE'S 195S SHARKS-Back for another tr,' at the Northwest Florida Conference title. Front
row, left to right, Managers Robert Marlow, Bob Craig and Ronald Childers. Second row, Howard
Lovett, Jimmy Wilder, Terry Porter, Mac Majors, Kenneth Settlemire, John Drew, Pat O'Brian, Bobby
iBurkett, Buddy Ward and Bob Munn. Third row, left to right, Johnny Price, Noble Stone, Ralph Shi-
rah, Willie Daniell, Richard Zipperer, Ed Smith, Leonard Costin, Bob Kerrigan, Jackie Mitchell, Alex
Gaillard and Bill Chism. Fourth row, left to right, Coach Marion Craig, James Knight,. Glenn Alli-
good, Fred Griffin, David Musselwhite, Gene Cox, Harold Raffield, Ed Bobbit, Weems Robbins, Tony
Barbee, Jimmy Redd, and Assistant Coach Lamar Faion.



Sharks Tromp Chapman; Go



To De Funiak SpringsFriday


St. Joe Team Displays Good

Form In Grid Season Opener

The St. Joe Sharks romped out a very impressive 25 to 6
victory over their arch rival, Apalachicola, in the season's opener
last Friday night. The Sharks strong forward wall outclassed
the smaller Chapman forward wall. Chapman High, unable to
penetrate the Shark middle line, concentrated mostly on end


sweeps and passes.
The Sharks drew first blood ear-
ly in the first quarter as St. Joe
capitalized on a Chapman fumble
on their own 11 yard line. Ed Smith
playing fullback at the time, romp-
ed across left tackle for the score.
Chapman came back in the second
quarter to tie things up after a
long pass by quarterback Blood-
worth set the ball on the one foot
line where Bloodworth pushed over
for the only Chapman score.,
On the Chapman kick-off, Shark
halfback Richard Zipperer, took
-the kick-off, fumbled, picked it up
again and scampered 85 yards to
put the game on ice. The third
Shark TD came as the result of
another Zipperer fumble. He was
hit on the Chapman five yard line,
fumbled into the end zone and
Shark end David Musselwhite
pounced on the ball for the TD.
Tackle Weems Robbins converted
for the Shark's only extra point.
The Sharks final score came in the
fourth quarter, after two nice
passes from quarterback Ed Smith
to end Glenn Alligood, one for 35
yards and one for four yards, that
put the ball on Chapman's 10 yard
line where Zipperer skirted around
left end for the score.
Ed Smith and Richard ipperer
were the main offensive spark
plugs for the Sharks, picking up
36 and 113 yards respectively.
Jack Mitchell also turned in some
good runs for the Sharks. Mitchell
was the defensive sparkplug from
the line backers spot with Robbins,
Musselwhite, B o b b itt, Gaillard,
Chism and Griffin turning in stel-
lar performances.
The Sharks get their first con-
ference test tomorrow night as
they come up against always tough
DeFuniak Springs. The Walton
County crew surprised an always


tough Choctawhatchee team in los-
ing 19 to 18. Walton High has al-
ways been a tough foe for the
Sharks and tomorrow night is not
expected to be any exception. The
game will be played in DeFuniak
Springs at 9:00 p.m. Port St. Joe
time.


Sharks Rated

Tops In NWFC

According to the Grid Power
Index, a football rating system
compiled by Dick Dunkle and
carried in the larger daily papers,
Port St. Joe is currently rated
6.1 points above their nearest op-
ponent. The Sharks are rated at
55.0 and their nearest opponent,
Choctawhatchee is rated 48.9.
The Sharks next opponent, De-
Funiak Springs is rated 47.9 or
7.1 points under the Sharks. Oth-
er Shark opponents are rated
this week as follows: Quincy
45.0; Chipley, 43.4; Marianna,
40.9; Blountstown 21.7; Bonifay,


The first meeting of the new year
was held by the Elementary PTA
last Thursday night at the Eemen-
tary School building.
Membership cards were on sale
at the meeting with 117 member,%
signing up on opening night.
The business meeting was pre-
sided over by R. H. E!'zey, PTA
president. The 'executive commit-
tee's recommendations were ac-
cepted. The annual Hallowe'en ca -
nival was scheduled for October
25. It was decided in the business
meeting that a minimum of five
meetings will be held during the
school term.
M. P. Tomlinson was elected as
First Vice President to fill the
position left vacant by the resigna-
tion of Mrs. Joe Paffe.
The proposed action platform of
the State PTA was discussed with
the following elaborating on certain
items:
-Item 1; Adequately expanded li-
brary services for the citizens of
the state, discussed by Mrs. Henry
Geddie.
Item 6; Well developed programs
of cooperation among parents,
school authorities, juvenile courts


and 'all other youth agencies in
dealing with behavior problems,
discussed by Mrs. Charles Browne.
Item 7; Continued strengthening
of the Florida School Health pro-
gram and support for community-
centered programs of physical fit-
ness and sports for youth and
adults, discussed by Carey Floore.
Item 8; Equal opportunitise 'or
immunizations and periodic health
-examinations for all children of
Florida to ensure citizens who are
mentally, emotionally and physic-
,ally healthy, discussed by Frank
Barnes.
Item 12; Considered support for
provision for appointment of coun-
ty suerintendents of public instruc-
tion, subject to local referendum
and Item 13, Continued support of
the special aid for school building
construction, discussed by B. B.
Scisson.
The entire platform was accepted
as proposed.
A social was held in the school
lunchroom after the meeting with
Mrs. Dave Maddox, chairman, as-
sisted by Mrs. Ruth Glass, Mrs. R.
H. Ellzey and Mrs. John Brown.


AWARD PRESENTATION-Mayor-Commissioner J. L. Sharit is presented a plaque honoring Gulf Coun-
ty and Port St. Joe for having no traffic deaths during 1957. The award is being presented by Lt.
0. L. McArthur of the Florida Highway Patrol. Pictured above left to right are: Lt. McArthur, John
Kramer, president, St. Joe Lions Club; Sgt. Frank Eskridge, FHP; J. L. Sharit, Mayor, City of Port St.
Joe and H. W. Griffin, Chief of Police, City of Port St. Joe. (Star photo)


Kiwanis Club

Plans Kids Day

The Kiwanis Club of Port St.
Joe will sponsor their annual
"Kids Day" on Saturday, October
4 at 10:00 a.m.
The festivities will be for all
children of school age.
Included on the program are
free refreshments and a free car-
toon carnival at the Port Thea-
tre.
The "Kid's Day" program is
an annual project of the Kiwanis
Club and they cordially Invite all
children to be on hand.


Methodist Church

Plans Revival

Revival services will begin Sun-
day, October 5 at the First Metho-
dist Church here in Port St. Joe
and will continue until October 10.
Guest' speaker for the revival will
be Rev. Si Mathison, pastor of the
First Methodist Church of Opelika,


Alabama.
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Last Rites Held o

For D. R. Hatcher

Douglas R. Hatcher, 75 years of w
age, passed away at his home in
White City, last Wednesday night, si
September 17, following a heart
attack. Hatcher had been a resi- in
dent of White City for the past ab
eleven years. As
Survivors include his wife, Delia co
of White City; three sons, H. C. lit
and H. L. of Columbus, Ga., and Cc
Earl of White City; one daughter, m
Mrs. E. L. Antley of White City; in
13 grandchildren; four great grand pr
children and one brother, J. A. hE
Hatcher of Columbia, Ala.
Funeral services were held for
Douglas R. Hatcher in Cedar
Springs, Ala., Friday afternoon at
2:30 p.m. The services were con-
ducted by the Rev. C. A. Lundy,
pastor of the White City Baptist
Church. Interment was in the fam-
ily plot at Cedar Springs Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Otis Pyle, Paul
Bratcher, J. Y. Wimberly, Henry
Sewell, Loyce Davis and T. Hicks.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments.

W. L. Barfield Manager
Of St. Joe Recap Co.

Frank Pate and Blake Thomason,
owners of the St. Joe Tire and Re-
cap Company this week announced
that they have secured the services
of W. L. (Bill) Barfield to operate
*their recapping concern.
Bart'eld comes to Port St. Joe
with 12 years experience in the
recapping business.
Barfield, his wife and two chil-
dren are now residents of Port St.
Joe and are making their home on
Ninth Street.

Attending Miss. College
W. L. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Smith, Sr., of this city, is in
Starksville, Miss, where he is en-
rolled at Mississippi State College.


ev. McAllister Tells

iwanis About Brazil

Rev. Douglas McAllister, a mis-
onary to the Amazon county in
razil gave a very interesting talk
the Kiwanis Club Tuesday on
e habits and of his work w' ."
e people of that country.
McAllister reported thae his work
as centered in the country of the
mazon River, the largest river in
e world. McAllister reported that
e Amazon is so large that it i1
avigable for 2,000 miles by ocean-
oing steamers' without the aid of
'edging.
The missionary told the club, that
though Brazil was only about the
ze of the United States and even
bough the country has been in-
Lbited by civilized people for as
ng as the U. S., there are still
imerous indian tribes in the
mazon that have never been coa-
cted by civilization.
"Brazil depends on two products"
cAllister said, "rubber and cof-
e". Brazil's rubber crop is pro-
iced -entirely from wild -trees. It
as the original rubber producer
the world until some of the rub-
er seeds were smuggled to the
iast Indies where they are culti-
ated and produce the biggest sup-
y of the world's rubber.
McAllister talked of this work
ith the indians of the jungles. He
aid that one of their most common
series is, "Why do you bother
.em, they are happy outside civili-
Ltion". Tle missionary told of
-veral instances to belie this fact.
or instance, he reported seeing an
dian doing a task and a baby
as annoying him by crying. The
dian simply picked him up by the
et and bashed his brains out
;ainst a tree. Another instance
as of a young mother who had
ed. She was buried in a sitting
asi-tion with her baby in her arms.
he baby could be heard crying
om the grave until it died. "Such
wings is what we are trying to get
em to abandon", the missionary
aid. McAllister said that the in-
ans have always been at war
ith white men and will kill one
n sight without the lease prova-
,tion.
McAllister said there is only two
ays of travel in Brazil-by air
Ld by water. "Every town of any
ze at all has air service and all
nds of freight is handled by air".
The missionary said that after an
dian tribe is civilized, they are
absorbed by the Brazillian people.
s a result there are all shades of
colors of people in Brazil and very


Only Two Offices Will Appear

On Gulf County Ballots Tuesday


Citizens Federal Shows

Huge Growth Buck

L. G. Buck, Executive Vice Pres-
ident of the Citizens' Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association of Port
St. Joe reported a little of that a.ew
'concerns' growth to the Rotary

Club at their meeting last Thurs
d3ay at noon.
Euck reported that the company
had nearly multiplied its working
capital by five times during the two
years that it has operated. The
concern opened for business in De-
cember, two years ago with 256,-
000.00 in capital. It now has $904,-
000.00 in working capital'.
Buck reported that the concern
has loaned $918,700 for home build-
ing and improvements within the
50 mile limits of their operation.
They have loaned $47,100 in Cal-
houn County; $208,450 in Franklin
County; $67,800 in Bay County and
$595,350 in Gulf County. "All this
money meant new business for the
business concerns in our area ',
Buck reported.
Talking a little on the services
of the organization he represents,
Buck stated that the Citizens' Fed"
eral was like, yet unlike regular
banks. "Like banks, we offer a sav-
ings institution, insured up to $10,-
000. Unlike banks, we can make
long-term easy payment loans to
home purchasers or builders".
Guests of 'the club Thursday
were Bob Lee of Tallahassee.
Rotarian J. A. Mire received a
perfect attendance button for hav-
ing 14 years of perfect attendance.


High School PTA

Will Meet Tonight

The High School PTA will
meet tonight In the High School
Auditorium, under the direction
of Mrs. B. L. Hampton, president.
The meeting will begin at 8:00
p.m.
Everyone having a child in the
high school or Interested in the
school operations are urged to
attend and join the organization.

JAMES BEAMAN JOINS
FATHER'S PLUMBING FIRM
James Beaman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Beaman of this city has
recently joined the plumbing firm
of his father, Beaman Plumbing


ttle color trouble. He said that the Company, here in Port St. Joe.
constitution and laws of Brazil are Beaman has just recently been
uch like those of the U. S. "They discharged from the U. S. Navy. He
aitate the U. S. so much, that the is living with his family on Third
resident of Brazil even ordered a Street.
helicopter like president Eisenhow-
(Continued On Page 8) GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


Tuesday, Septem'er 30 will be
election day in Gulf County tor
the second Democratic palmary
election.
,Only two offices wall be on the
GClf County ballot.
For ,State-wide balloting, the
names of Jerry W. Carter and
James Blanton will appear for the
office of Railroad and Public Utili-
ties Commissioner.
-For the County, the names of
Walter Graham and Colemana W.
Tharpe will appear for the office
of County Commissioner, District
Number Four.
According to the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, George Y. Core, the
voting places will be the same
as they were for the first primary
*election.
Core said that the election offi-
cials will remain the same as the
first primary. It is possible, said
Core, that the night shift of elec-
tion officials will be eliminated due
to the slim ballot. .No definite deci-
sion had been reached on this mat-
ter at press time yesterday aftsr-
noon.


Cub Scouts Organize

For New Year

The organizational meeting for
the year 1958-59 of Gulf Coast Coun-
cil Cub Scout Pack 47 was held at
the Elementary School Monday
night, September 22, under the di-
rection of the new Scoutmaster,
B. B. Scisson. Serving as Assist-
ant Scoutmaster is W. E. Pareseau
and Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Ei-
leen Wright. Rotary Club represen-
tative is Chauncey Costin.
The first regularly scheduled
IPfack meeting has been set for
Thursday night, October 2, at the
Elementary School at 8 p.m. All
parents of Cub Scouts and prospec-
tive Cub Scouts are urged to oe
pT sent.
Den Mothers are as follows:
Den 1, open; Den 2, Mrs. Edward
McFarland; Den 3, Mrs. Paul Fen-
som, Mrs. J. R. Smith and Mrs.
Victor Anderson; Den 4, Mrs.
Wayne Buttram; Den 5, Mrs. John
Maddox and Den 6, open.

B. B. Scisson Named
To State Committee

The Cabinet Board of Education
of the State of Florida recently
appointed Burke B. Scisson of Port
St. Joe to the Courses of Study
Committee for the State of Flor-
ida.
The duties of his committee is
to evaluate and consider changes in
the curriculum of the State School
System.


HIGH SCHOOL PTA OFFICERS and DIRECTORS-Above Is the slate of officers of the High School
PTA for 1958-59, meeting tonight for the first time this year. They are back row, left to right: Mrs.
Bert Munn, Mrs. W. C. Ivey, Mrs. Tom Coldewey, Mrs. Ed Ramsey, Mrs. Ralph Nance, Mrs. Chauncey
Costin and Mrs. Tom Mosely. Front row, left to right, James Allen, First Vice-President; Mrs. Myr-
tle Chllders, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. Joe Stevens, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Burt L. Hampton,
President and Arnold Daniell, Second Vice-President. Officers and Committee Chairmen not present
were Harry Herrlngton, treasurer; Silas R. Stone, parliamentarian; Mrs. Rush Chism, historian; Mrs.
Bert Hall, Mrs. Silas Stone, Mrs. W. D. Jones and Principal Leroy Bowdoln. (Star photo)


Elementary PTA Studies State PTA

Recommendations At First Meeting


REV. Sr MATHISON
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1958








Florida Worthy Grand Matron Makes

Official Visit To Local O.E.S. Chapter


A special meeting was held by songs had been appropriately
Gulf Chapter 191, O.E.S. for the of- changed to suit the occasion. Forne
ficial visit of Mrs. Freida McEwen Forehand accompanied at the piano.
of Miami, Worthy Grand Matron of The Worthy Grand Matron talked
hte Grand Chapter of Florida, Tues- of her project for the year, which
day, September 16. is the Endowment Fund. She also
The chapter room was beauti- thanked the Chapter for using her
fully decorated with yellow and motto as a theme for the decora-
blue pompons, while yellow gladio- tions, and spoke feelingly of its
li and ferns were placed at vantage meaning and application in our
points throughout the room. In the daily lives.
East was an archway on which ivy The gift of the Chapter to the
climbed interspersed with yellow Worthy Grand Matron was present-
and blue flowers with the motto ed by Betty Sue Anchors, Associate
of the Worthy Grand Matron, Matron, and was in the form of a
"Take Time To Be Kind" embla- large hand made card, showing,a
zoned in gold letters. lady riding a bicycle, holding a
Other grand officers attending basket in which the gifts had been


were: Maggie Hathcock, Grand In-
structor, District 3; Agnes Melvin,
Grand Representative of Georgia;
Onnie Greer, Grand Representative
of Ontario.
Many Worthy Matrons and Pat-
rons, Past Matrons and Patrons
from Panama City, Wewahitchka
and St. Andrew chapters were also
present.
A lovely courtesy was presented
the Worthy Grand Matron by the
Star Points, using the carnival
theme and as each presented a
small favor reminiscent of a car-
nival she recited an appropriate
verse, -the composition of Mary
Forehand, Worthy Matron.
A quartet composed of Harry
Forehand, Pattie Gibson, Jonnia
Sykes ,and Calla Howell sang Vic-


placed. As she accepted the gifts
the Worthy Grand Matron expres-
sed her delight that so many of
her favorites were used in the en-
tertainment, such as the carnival
theme, the colors, the bicycle, etc.
In closing the quartet sang, "Per-
fect Day" with violin and piano ac-
companiment by Ruth Ramsey and
Ferne Forehand.
During the social hour open face
cookies and delicious punch was
served.
Preceding the meeting many
members and guests attended the
banquet given in honor of the Wor-
thy Grand Matron at the Parish
House.
Prior to the Worthy Grand Mat-
ron's departure on Wednesday
morning a congenial group of mem-


tor Herbert's "Marching Song" as bers enjoyed breakfast with her
the Stars entered and "Bicycle at the Gulf Sands Restaurant.
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of the courtesy. The words of the GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


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O.E.S. OFFICERS: Above are Order of Eastern Star officers
taking part in last week's services. They are, left to right;
Mrs. W. C. Forehand, Worthy Matron, Chapter 191; Mrs.
Freida McEwen, Worthy Grand Matron, State of Florida and
W. C. Forehand, Worthy Patron, Chapter 191. (Star photo)


First Baptist WMS
Names Circle Members
The WMS of the First Baptist
Church met Monday, September 22
for their Royal Service Program.
For the program, Mrs. McAllister,
missionary to Brazil, brought a
challenging talk of her work nad
the needs of the people there. Af-
ter her talk, names were drawn
for the circles for the coming
church year as follows:
Circle 1: Mesdames E. S. Mar-
low, W. J. Belin, Perry Elliot, W.
M. Chafin, Charles McClellan, T. E.
Parker, Sr, Richard Saunders, C.
G. Costin, W. J. Daughtry, Clifford
Tharpe.
Circle 2; Mesdames W. I. Car-
den, Wesley Ramsey, Emory Ete-
phens, Otis Pyle, J. J. Clements,
Roy Irwin, L. W. Cox, L. Z. Hen-
derson, Cliff Ellis and J. 0. Bag-
gett.
Circle 3; Mesdames C. D. Spears,
J. L. Wilson, Bill Quarles, Rush
Chism, P. W. Petty, Bobby Baxley,
W. C. Pridgeon, E. H. Vanlanding-
ham, Dave Smith and Grady Keels.
Circle 4; Msedames Anna Adams,
R. W. Henderson, J. F. Daniell, J.
A. Garrett, W. 0. Nichols, H F
Ayers, Lonnie Bell, Charles Gill,
Joe Bracewell, E C. Cason.
After a short business session,
Mrs. C.. Byron Smith dismissed
with prayer.
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JAOKSON, MISS.-Anais Lilius,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L.
Lilius of 1101 Constitution Drive,
Port St. Joe, registered as a fresh-
man at Belhaven College last week.
New students arrived on campus
and moved into the dormitories on
Monday. Tuesday they registered
and immediately began their orien-
tation period. This included place-
ment tests, faculty counselling, get-
acquainted social activities and in-
formative meetings.

Wayne Davis. Graduates
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petty officer, USN, son of Mr. and
Mrs. F. G. Davis of Port St.- Joe,
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0. BYRON SMITH, Pastor


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401 WILLIAMS AVE.


Elementary School
Lunch Room Menu
St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, September 29
Corn beef hash, snap beans, slic-
ed tomatoes, prunes, white bread
and milk.
Tuesday, September 30
Shepherd's pie, buttered spinach,
carrot sticks, ginger bread, wheat
bread and milk.
Wednesday, October 1
Turkey with spaghetti, English
peas, celery sticks, apple pie, white
bread and milk.
Thursday, October 2
Boiled franks, turnip greens, corn
bread, apple sauce, and milk.
Friday, October 3
Salmon croquettes, tomato sauce,
whipped potatoes, green salad,
fruit jello, rolls and milk.


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PHONE 7-3161
THE STAR

Don't Throw Your Old
Shoes Away .
Bring them to us and let us
fix them like new.
RUCKMAN
Shoe Repair
225 REID AVE.


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THURSDAY, September 25,1958


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


VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


Mr. and Mrs. Peavy Mims and
daughter visited in Panama City
Sunday with relatives.
Miss Mavis Butts is home with
her parents after working in Pen
sacola for several months. She is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hen
ry Butts.
James Dykes is ill in the Muni
cipal' Hospital. All his friends hope
Shim a speedy recovery. .
Is iWe. welcome back to our corn-


1. Inconme when you are hurt
2. Income when you are sick
3. Hospital, surgical and medical care benefits when
you are hospitalized by sickness or accident


ve.


munity from Compas Laek, Mr. and I
Mrs. Bill Givins and children. Fla Employment
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Watts and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles James and Holds Up
children of Chattanooga, Tenn.,


NEWS FROM
Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
(Written for Last Week)
Sgt. and Mrs. Marvin Owens and
son of Maxwell Air Force Base
Montgomery, Ala., visited with rela
tives here this week end. Mrs. Ow
ens and son remained for a we
week visit.


liam P. Coleman, Jr., of Jackson-
ville over the week end.
o Billy Joe Richards, son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. 0. Richards left Sunday
for Gainesville, where he will en-
ter the University of Florida.
pGln Garrett, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Garrett will leave this
week to resume his studies at Flor-
ida State University in Tallahassee.
COPF Denver Skipper, son of Mr.
- and Mrs. George Skipper of Hono-
lulu, Hawaii, is on TDY duty from
- Oakland, Calif., and will visit his
E parents and other relatives for a
short visit. Denver has spent 20
Months in Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Dickerson
and children of Panama City spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James
Kelley.
Stork Shower
Mrs. Mary Lou Taylor was hon-
ored with a beautiful stork shower
Friday evening Sept. 12 at the
home of Mrs. Harry Forehand on
Fourth Street. Hostess for the oc-
casion was Mrs. Gene Adkins. The
table decorations were the punch
bowl surrounded with pink coral
vine and fern. About 30 friends
called during the evening from
7:30 until 9:00 p.m. from Port St.
,Joe, Highland View. The gu)eats
were served home-made cookies
and punch, mints and assorted nuts
The honoree received many beau-
tiful and useful gifts.
Revival Meeting
The Hghland View Assembly of
God Church begins revival services
Wednesday night, Sept. 17 with
Evangelist Mrs. K. D. Johns of
Marianna preaching. Services be-
gin nightly at 8:00 p.m. The church
invites everyone to attend these
services and enjoy the rich minis-
try of Evangelist Johns. Rev. T. C.
Earnest is pastor of the church.
WMU Meeting
The Highland View Baptist WMU
met Monday evening at the church.
The program was opened by the
singing of "Lead On, 0 King Eter-
nal". Prayer was led by Mrs. Edna
Floyd and scripture reading from
Acts 2:4447; 4:31435; 8:4. The
topic of the program was "Keys
That Open Doors". Eight members
were present and one visitor. Those
on the program were Ruth Har-
buck, Lorine Kennedy, Edna Lloyd,
Mrs. Wayne Peterson, Mrs. Rich-
ter, Mrs. Hallman, Mrs. Richards
and Mrs. Alice Macomber. The pro-
gram was closed with prayer by
Mrs. Ruth Harbuck.


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held above the year-ago mark de-
spite periods of high unemployment
were New Mexico and South Da-
kota.
Vocelle said, "This is data from


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states over a year ago was, in June
3.2 per cent for New Mexico, 1.3
per cent for South Dakota, and one
per cent. for Florida. Florida is
much larger in both population and
labor force than either of the other
two. The Florida employment in-
crease over the year-ago mark in
June was 11,200 while the increase
for New Mexico was 6,700, and the
South Dakota gain represented 2,-
700 more workers. In June, New
Mexico had 218,700 workers in non-
agricultural employment; ISouth
Dakota, 133,100, and Florida, 1,-
118,100.


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THERE'S NOTHING TO WRITE
BUT YOUR NAME AND
ADDRESS


( NAME OF GROCER )


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ies waiting for the person whose key can open
the lock of the Warrengas Treasure Chest! Only
one key will open the lock-and someone reading
about this contest will receive that key! It might
be you. Your chance is as good as anyone else's!
All you have to do is fill out and mail the cou-
pon below. It's just that easy! In return, an
impartial organization will mail you a key. Then
on October 24 or 25 just drop in at our show-
room and see if your key is the lucky one that
opens the lock. Imagine the thrill of winning
this valuable certificate. So act now! Mail in
your entry today!


Here are the easy rules
Your home and farm can 1. Telephone, write, or visit the Warrengas distributor and ask
him for an entry blank. Or, if you wish, send the attached coupon
be modern as tOmOrrOW or entry blank to The Milton Company, address listed below.
with WARRENGAS 2. Be sure to write your name and address clearly, together with
the Warrengas distributor's flame and address. All entries must be
What is Warrengas? It's a high qual- postmarked no later than midnight, October 10.
ity LP-Gas, also known as bottled gas, 3. Contest is open to any adult resident of continental United
propane, and butane. Simply put, this States, except employees of Warrengas distributors, Warren Pe-
means that it is a natural gas concen- toleum Corporation, its advertising agencies and their families.
treated to pack a lot of gas into very Contest subject to all Federal, State and local laws, ordinances,
treated to pack a lot of gas into very and regulations. Only one key will be mailed to a family.
little space, so that we can deliver
little space, so that we can deliver 4. Keys will be mailed to entrants by The Milton Company with
Warrengas to you easily and economi- identifying folders no later than October 18.
call. No wonder Warrengas saves you 5. All entrants will be eligible to try their keys in the Treasure
time, work, worry and money. Chest display on October 24 or 25 when they bring in the key
HOME H ii-No- rCleanautomatic and the identifying folder, which they received through the mail,
OME HEATIN Clean, automatic to the Warrengas distributor's showroom.
heating for pennies a day. 6. Grand Prize, $50.00 certificate redeemable for food at a
COOKIN -Cook the modern food store of the Warrengas distributor's selection. In the
COOKN k te moern event that the holder of the Lucky Key cbes not come to
trolled flame of Warrengas. cate will be presented to a local charity.
WATER HEATINo-Have oceans Cut on dotted line and Mail Today!
of piping hot water-faster!
TRACTOR PUEL-Clean-burning WARRENGAS CONTEST ,
Warrengas cuts maintenance The Milton Company, Contest Dept. .
costs up to 50%. P. 0. Box 390, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Please mail me, without obligation, a Warrengas Treasure
Chest Key.
Your Warrengas Distributor is ,
NAME

ADDRESS
WEST FLORIDACITYAT
MY WARREN"0AS DISTRIBUTOR IS
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visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee Watts
over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Guillot and
daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. Wil-


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very oGulf Life
behind your
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policies .................. .. ..
invested in
theSouth. Now Over ONE BILLION DOLLARS of Life Insuranco In Poro*

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---- which all Floridians can take pride
TALLAHASSEE-Florida was that their State has continued to
one of only three States in the na- grow .and develop new job oppor-
tion which never dropped below tunities for her people even during
year-ago employment levels at any a recession when unemployment
time during the 1958 recession. was unusually high."
This was reported this week by The figures cover the first six
State Industrial Commission Chair- months of 1958. Since then all
man James T. Vocelle. The other three states have more than held
two states in which employment their own compared to their em-
ployment figures of a year earlier. The rate of increase of the three


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1n


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SHOPPING EARLY

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1952 CHEVROLET
SEE IT TODAY -- COME ON IN AND REGISTER
Only persons over 18 years of age will be eligible to win.
Employees of Piggly Wiggly, and their immediate families
will be ineligible to win.
DRAWING, NOVEMBER 22
A VALUABLE PRIZE WILL BE ANNOUNCED EACH
MONDAY prior to Grand prize Drawing.


WE GIVE


HEINZ 14 OZ.


t


SUNSHINE HYDROX


Ketchup
25c


Cookies
35c


BORDEN'S CANNED
Biscuits


5 Cans


c GREEN
-STAM PS


MRS. EMORY STEVENS
Was Awarded A Radio in the PIGGLY
WIGGLY WEEKLY CONTEST


PIGGLY WIGGLY OFFERS YOU THE FRESHEST


PRODUCE ON THE MARKET


- DIRECT FROM THE


GRADING PLATFORM TO YOU
CARTON


TOMATOES
FIRM HEAD

CABBAGE
4 LB. BAG

APPLES


EACH


LB.


lOc


3c


PLYMOUTH INSTANT BLUE JEAN AUNT JEMIMA
Coffee OLEO GRITS
60 z. 89c 2 Lbs. 37c 2 Pkgs. 25c
CUDAHY'S FLAKO 3 LB. CAN LIMIT ONE CAN WITH $5.00 ORDER

SHORTENING 49c
NORTHERN 80 CT. ARMOUR'S TALL TRELLIS EARLY NO. 303
Napkins MILK PEAS
2 Pkgs. 25c 3CCans 39c 2 For 25c


McKENZIE'S FROZEN
St'berries
4 For 89c


39c


WHOLE SUN FROZEN ORANGE


JUICE


6 Oz.


IDEAL or SUNBEAM 13 Oz.
BREAD


2 Loaves


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PIGGLY WIGGLY OFFERS YOU THE BEST IN MEATS AT LOWEST


SUNKIST POSSIBLE PRICES. SELECT YOUR SPECIAL CUTS FROM US. EVERY
m mumm/ aA p PURCHASE IS GUARANTEED


MARY ANNE SMOKED SHOULDER -- 4 to 6 LB. AVERAGE


SLICED
WHOLE Lb.


ECONOMY


FRYER PARTS


lb. 23c
lb. 29c
!lb. 19c
lb 79c


LB.
49c


MARY ANNE 12 Oz.
FRANKS 39c


FRESH, LEAN PORK ROAST

Boston Butts


EVERYBODY SAVES AT PIGGLY WIGGLY


EVERYBODY SAVES AT PIGGLY WIGGLY


49c


EACH


U. S. GOOD HEAVY
ROUND
STEAK


BACKS and WINGS-
GIZZARDS -.--- -
Breast lb. 69c Neck 2
Legs lb. 59c Livers


49c


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THE TOTAL IS LESS AT


IGA THE


TOTAL IS LESS AT IGA


THE TCTAL IS LESS AT IGA
FREE
PARKING


Hi Neighbor!
Here's a treat for your family and your budget too.
Serve IGA TABLERITE FRYERS at no extra cost and
take pride in knowing you are serving your family
the best. There's a lot of difference in frying chickens.
But... only the finest are raised for and will carry the
IGA TABLERITE label. See for yourself how much
more value there is n a TABLERITE FRYE"
THIS WEEiK'S "NEAT TIP"
When frying tiny sausages, fasten 4 or 5 in a row with tooth-
picks, so you can turn several at a time. Saves you cooking
lime, and small links will brown evenly.
/


LARGE


LAIR-
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY -ITI
SEPTEMrBER 25. 26 and 27 CONDITIONED
You may buy IGA's specials at any time of the day
you wish to shop. You do not have to be here at
a special time to get our specials.



UGAfS OO Bu STEERSS


GRADE 'A' D & D BAKING
oS m

HIEN


LB.


U. S. GOOD HEAVY BEEF

Round STEAK


FRESH PORK PIG

FEET


NOBOIL HALF GAL.


25c


4 LBS.

49c


GRADE 'A' Dressed and Drawn




FRYERS


LB.


U. S. GOOD BEEF RUMP

ROAST


79c
LB.

69c


NO LIMIT -- CUT UP FREE

SIk


00


LB.


SOUTHERN SWEET POTATO NO. 2% Can


2 For


BLACKBURN NO. 10 JUG
SYRUP
IGA IODIZED Round Tall Box


2 For


PHILLIP'S CORN 5 LB. BAG
MEAL


49c


99c


19c


29c


MUCH MORE Vacuum Packqd, Reg. or Drip
COFFEE Lb.Tin


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DAIRY DEPARTMENT
SUNGOLD PATTIES 6 OZ.
OLEO 1 O
GA. GRADE 'A' SMALL IN CARTONS 3 DOZEN


3 DOZ.


1.19


IGA TABLE RITE


BEEF

39C Ib

IGA TABLE-RITE SLICED


"CON 69
HI-C ORANGE 46 OZ. CAN

ORANGE DRINK 29c
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CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY Meat


CAN


Colgate Reg. 53c Tubes
DENTAL CREME 2 for 89c


School Days 12 Oz.
PEANUT BUTTER
Beech-Nut Strained


BABY FOOD
,Reynolds 25 Foot roll
Aluminum Foil
Perfection 3 Lb. Bag
Long Grain RICE
,Purex
BLEACH
THE TOTAL IS LESS


37c
6 for 59c
31c
41c
quart 18c
AT IGA M


PIES


Scotkins
NAPKINS
Scot
TOWELS
Superfine No. 303
LIMAGRANDS


2 for 35c
2 for 39c
2 for 35c
2 for 35e


Underwood 2V4 Oz.
DEVIL HAM 19c
Underwood 4/2 Oz.
DEVIL HAM 37c
Wilson 12 Oz.
CHOPPED BEEF 49c
THE TOTAL IS LESS AT IGA


4 FOR


Pint Can
FREEWAX


Uncle Ben
RICE


E Z Quart
LIQUID STARCH


Quaker 7 Oz.
MACARONI
Quaker 7 Oz.
SPAGHETTI


$1


Advance ADMISSION
ADMISSION AT GATE


TGA PURE VEGETABLE

Sno-Kreem
Shortening
3 Lb. Can
C




PRODUCE


FINE FOR THE TABLE

White Peas
HOME GROWN YELLOW

SQUASH
GA. RED SWEET

POTATOES
GOLDEN DELICIOUS

APPLES


TENDER GREEN

OKRA


8 LBS.

$1
LB.

1Oc
5 LBS.

49c
2 LBS.

25c
2 LBS.

25c


We Have Home Grown
COLLARDS and MUSTARD


Adults $1.00
-- Adults $1.25


69c


Children 50c
Children 75c

FLORIDA
BOYS
QUARTET


14 oz. 21c


21c


2 for 23c
2 for 23c


BLUE RIDGE QUARTET


BASEBALL DIAMOND at
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1958
Get Your Advance Tickets at your
IGA FOODLINER


ITHE TOTAL IS LESS AT IGA


IGA DETERGENT


BLEACH


YAMS


SALT


EGGS
BORDEN'S CANNED
BISCUITS


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MINUTES OF THE risen Avenue.
Avenue C from U. S. Highway 98 to
COUNTY COMMISSION North Park Avenue from Aveue 0 to
Avenue A.
Avenue A from North Park Avenue to
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA U. S. Highway 98.
SEPTEMBER d, 1955 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED
The Board of County Commissioners of BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY
Gulf County, Florida met this date in regu- OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA:
lar monthly session with the following SECTION: That the Board of County
members present: G. S. Croxton, Chairman, Commissioners of Gulf County, Florida be
. C. Harden, Sr., J. C. Prce, A J. Strick- and they are hereby requested to resurface
land and George W. Coops:. The Clerk, and repair Tenth Street from Long Ave-
Sheriff, Attorney, Engineer, Road Supt, nue to Garrison Avenue and Eighth Street
Mosquito Control Supervisor and visitors from Long Avenue to Garrison Avenue. Ave-
were also present. nue 0 from U. S. 98 to North Park Ave-
The meeting came to order at 9 o'cock nue North Park Avenue from Avenue to
A. Avenue A and Avenue A from North Park
The minutes of August 4, 5, 11, 14 and Avenue to U. S. Highway 98 in lieu of
16 were read, approved and adopted. First Street from Woodward to North Gar-
Mr. Forest Weed, Manager of the Chipola rison Avenue and from North Garrison Ave-
Wood Marketing Project appeared before nue to State Highway 71,
the Board and presented an itemized fi- SECTION 2: That a certified copy of
nancial statement for the 1957-1958 fiscal this resolution be forwarded to the Board
year and the 1958-1959 budget, which shows of County Commissioners of Gulf County
Gulf County's share of the budget to be in Wewahitchka, Florida for their consider-
$669.66. Mr. Weed introduced Mr. David ation.
Smith, Assistant District Forester. A dis- INTRODUCED and adopted at a regular
cussion was had with reference to the For- meeting of the City Commission of the
eat program in Gulf County. Tupelo seed- City of Port St. Joe, Florida held in the
lings was the main item discussed. Council Chambers of the Municipal Build-
A plat of Cape San Blas Shores subdi- ing in said City on the 19th day of August
vision was presented for filing. A. D., 1958 at 8:00 o'clock P.M.
After examination and motion by Comm. ATTEST:
Harden, seconded by Comm. Cooper and /s/ R. W. Henderson /s/ J. L. Sharit
duly carried, the plat was approved and City Auditor and Clerk Mayor-Commis.
ordered filed and recorded. After lengthy discussion, the Board di-
The following resolution was received reacted the Engineer to obtain information
from the City of Port St. Joe, to-wit: as to what funds are available for said pro-
WHEREAS, the Board of County Corn- ject and if the State Road Department will
missioners of Gulf County, Florida through accept said projects in the Secondary Road
and by funds allocated under the Secondary program.
Road Fund program purposes to resurface The Board discussed other possible Sec-
certain streets in the City of Port St. Joe, ondary Road projects, to-wit:
to-wit: 1. A road to Roberts Cemetery, 2. Road
First Street from Woodward Avenue to to Spade Bluff Cemetery.
Notrh Garrison Avenue and from North The Engineer was instructed to find out
Garrison Avenue to State Highway No. 71, if the State Road Department will con-
and struct said roads under the Secondary
WHEREAS, the Board of City Commis- Road program.
sioners of the City of Port St. Joe unani- The following applications 'or concrete
mously desires that in lieu of the aforemen- pipe were received and approved: 1. Rev.
tioned streets repair that the following 0. A. Lundy, 2. B. R. Williams.
streets in the City of Port St. Joe be sub. The Board entered into lengthy discus-
stituted therefore, to-wit- aion with reference to the COun.y con-
Tenh Street from Long Avenue to Garri- structing a Boat loading Ramp for the
son Avenue. St. Joe oBat Club. It was brought to the
Eighth Street from Long Avenue to Gar- attention of the Board that the Club may


I


rge a fee for loading or unloading boats, WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
that the County cannot expend public SEPTEMBER 9, 1958
ids on such a project if a fee is charged. The Board of County Commissioners of
e Board announced that the St. Joe Boat Gulf County, Florida met this date in spec-
b will have to give the County a written ial session for the purpose of holding a pub-
tement as to what extent the public will lic hearing on a petition to close an alley-
able to use the Boat Ramp without way in Wimico Subdivision. The following
tug a fee. members were present: G. S. Croxton,
A discussion was had with reference to Chairman, E. C. Harden, Sr., and A. J.
ht of way needed for a ditch to drain Strickland the Clerk and Sheriff were pres-
Garbage fill site. The St. Joseph Land ent.
Development Co. indicated that it will The meeting came to order at 9 o'clock
e the ditch easement, providing the a.m.
mnit will furnish pipe for the two exist. No objections being filed before the
roads that the proposed ditch crosses. Board with reference to closing the herein-
Whereupon, there was a motion by Comm. after mnetioned alleyway, there was a mo-
ce, seconded by Comm. Strickland and tion by Comm. Strickland, seconded by
y carried, that the County furnish the Comm. Harden and duly carried-to vacate,
e to cross the two roads, close and abandon alleyway as follows, to-
Ol motion of Commissioner Price, see- wit:
led by Comm. ....- i.:n.. .ution was 1. That the certain alleyway lying be-
opted to furnish It-. ... ry rights of tween lots 2, 3,- 4 and 5 in Block 1,
i. borrow pits and easements for State Wimico Subdivision according to the
ad No. S-22-A, to the State. official plat on file in the office of
the Clerk of Circuit Court, Gulf Coun-
B. C, Prince and Walter Stafford prd- ty, Florida,
ted their petition to close the alleyway be and the same is hereby vacated, closed
tween lots 2, 3, 4 and 5, Block 1 in and abandoned as an allevay.
mice Subdivision said petition calling for ad anoid ason al take effect
public hearing on said matter September 2. That this resolution shall take effect
1958 and a proof of publication was immediately upon its passage.
d. The Chairman announced that he ADOPTED this 9th day of September,
made an investigation in this matter A 1958.
id hlie finds no one objecting to the clos- TE T
Sof the alleyway. Final action to be BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
;en on September 9, 1958. GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
The Farm Agent filed his report for the George Y. Core G. S. Croxton
riCth of August and the ame was order. Clerk Chairman
filed August and the e was order- There being no further business to come
The Clerk was ordered to pay Fario Aman before the Board, the meeting did then ad-
5.00 from the County Indigent Funds.- journ.
The following Hospital bills were approve ATTeorge Y. Core G. S.ST:
to be paid from the, Hospital Indigent G. S. Croxton
nds, to-wit: David C: Raffield $210.00 Clerk Chairman
i1 Julia Raffield $15.00.
Whereupon, there was a motion by Comm.
rickland, seconded by Comm. Harden and IO PRI T
ecialty Contractors, Inc., Pensacola, Flor- P I
a in the amount of $2,269.00 to installHONE 7-3161
w lighting and ceiling be accepted and PHONE 7-3i61
it a contract be awarded to said company. T H S A
The bills were presented, examined, ap- TH E STA K
eved and ordered paid.T S


S S Recipitants

May Re-Marry

Remarriage of a surviving social
security beneficiary has caused
termination of social security bene-'
fits. in the past, John V. Carey,
district manager, Panama City so-
cial security office, said this week.
Now, under certain conditions, the
social security benefits may be
continued on remarriage. However,
it is very important that the re-
marriage be reported and that the
matter be taken up with the near-
est social security office.
The provisions in the 1958 chan-
ges to the Social Security Law
concerning remarriage can best be
explained by classing all social se-
curity beneficiaries in one or two
types, Carey continued. Primary
beneficiaries in one or two types,
Carey continued. Primary benefi-
ciaries are those who receive bene-
fits based on the work that they
id l. themselves: secondary benefi-
ciaries are people who receive so-
cial security benefits based on the


eaiTings of another individual. If this change in the Social Se-
The remarriage of a primary be- curity Law affects you, you should
.neficiary has no effect on his so- contact your nearest social secur-
cial security benefits-this has al- ity office as a new application must
ways been true, Carey added. Gen- be filed if your benefit was termin-
erally, the remarriage of a secon- ated by remarriage prior to Sep-
dary beneficiary to a primary bene- tember, 1958. Further, remarriage,


fici.ry will terminate the benefit
of the secondary beneficiary but
that person may be able to immed-
iately qualify for a social security
benefit as the husband or wife of
the new spouse. Remarriage of a
secondary beneficiary to another


in the future, of any beneficiary
other than the primary beneficiary
must always be reported.
The Social Security office for
this area is located at 522 Mercer
Avenue, Panama City. The tele-
phone number is POplar 3-5331.


secondary beneficiary will permit T
the continuance of both benefits. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.mr
Methodist Youth Fellowship -- 6:15 p.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.


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TAYLOR
COUNTY
County Seat,
Perry
oca ted* attend the 3rd annual/,
^ PINE TREE FESTIVAL [
October





Located in Florida's major timber district, Taylor
County is the site of the world's largest cypress sawmill.
This area played an important part in the War Between
the States, producing vital salt supplies for the Confed-
eracy. Deadman's Bay on the edge of the Gulf was an
active harbor for blockade runners. Created in 1856, the
county is named for Zachary Taylor, commanding gen-
eral in the state during the Second Seminole War, and
President of the United States in 1849-50.
In progressive Taylor County, and throughout Flori-
da, the United States Brewers Foundation works con-
. stantly to assure the sale of beer and ale under pleasant,
orderly conditions. Believing that strict law enforcement
serves the best interest of the people of Florida, the
Foundation stresses close cooperation with the Armed
Forces, law enforcement and governing officials in is
continuing "self-regulation" program.
S United Staites Brewc rs


Prices From9

$195


To


$ 3 Convenient, Easy Terms

S395


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Box 735 Port St. Joe, Florida


SEE US
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, September 25,1958
-Industrial Prospects
Visiting Parents Philyaw. Mrs. Embry will be here Endusiria BP ros e
Mrs. John H. Embry is visiting until December, when Lt Embry Explained By Saunders


" her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. will return from maneuvers.


STUDENTS

In Grades 7 through 12
EACH WEEK BE SURE TO PLAY
PLANT'S SHARK SCOREBOARD
Last W\\ck'i Winner of $5.00 Gift Certificate
BRENDA WARD
NOTHING TO BUY -- FUN FOR ALL
Pick up your FREE ENTRY BLANK Today, at


Men&

1 eBoy's Wear
"Outfitters for Dads and Lads"
410 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-8171

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pects for the near future. .
'Knowing what everyone was
thinking about and wanting to
know about, Saunders said that


(From Gulf County Breeze) company management expected
business to be better. Specifying
Harry Saunders, vice president that negotiations were in progress
of the St. Joe Paper Company, ad- with the company unions, Saunders
dressed the Rotary Club here last said he believed that if the unions
Wednesday, his topic being the St. agreed, the company could work
Joe Paper Company and its ros- on a five-day-per-week basis un-
til the turn of the year. He said


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Smith's Pharmacy
Prescriptions compounded by
a GRADUATE Pharmacist
JOHN ROBERT SMITH
Pharmaceutical Chemist



Designed


exclusively for youl


Your prescription Is ordered to suit your
health needs that is why we cannot
counter-prescribe, or make any hobang
in amount. The doctor orders better
health. We supply it!


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the plant manager, was aireauy in
St. Joe.
iSaunders spoke of the industrial
road which Is to be constructed.
When, at some future time, it is
completed, it will run generally
west from near White City, to the
St. Joe industrial area and, among
other things, will provide an ac-
cess-way to the plants for heavy
traffic, eliminating the necessity
for that traffic to first pound over
the main thoroughfares of St. Joe.
(Present proposed plans call or
paving the road west only as far
as the Michigan Chemical Com-
pany site.)


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St. Joe


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technicians so that drivers of
this area can drive with the con-
fidence that experience and
know-how can give.
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FRANK PATE and
BLAKE THOMASON



RECAP TIRE PRICES
SIZE List Price Sale Price
640-15 I 11.40 8.95
670-15 13.05 9.95
710-15 I 14.40 10.95
760-15 I 15.65 11.95
800-15 16.90 12.95
750-14 14.95 11.95
800-14 15.95 12.95
850-14 16.95 13.95
900-14 17.95 14.95
600-16 13.05 9.95
650-16 14.40 10.95
Exchange or Capping Your Tire plus tax


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Port St. Joe, Florida Phone BAl 9-1221


FOOD


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he did not anticipate up-and-down H said that contracts are dne
operation anymore this year. to be let for construction of the
He further indicated that pros- new office building on the site of
pects for 1959 at the mill should the old A N railroad building. A
be better, three story affair, the bottom floor
In response to questions, Saun- will house the A. N. offices, the
ders said that one of the reasons second and third floor the SJPC
for the work slumil at the mill was offices (purchasing, personnel, traf-
over-production of paper and pa- fic, sales, etc.). Edward Ball and
per materials, nation-wide. He also Roger Main, numbers one and two
replied "that is correct" to a ques- du Pont men in Florida, will have
tion asking if the company had offices on the third floor.
lost several accounts because a -
customer or customers had merged
with paper-making concerns.
As to the most recent develop-
ment on the St. Joe industrial V
scene, Saunders said that the Michi-
gan 'Chemical Company was going
right ahead with plans for con-.
struction and that Mark Frimodig,-
flia .UL U14U,5a4i W4n 4 n1 ^rpA in


RE-ELECT

JERRY W. g


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mack Miller,
Jr., announce the birth of a son,
who has been named Henry Mack,
Jr., on September 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Howard
Smith of this city announce the
birth of a daughter, Melody Renee
on September 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Dykes an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Norma Marie on September 14.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lunny Rogers
announce the birth of a little girl,
Neva Gail, on September 14.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital).
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Glidden for-
merly Miss Hazel Burnette of this
City,) announce the birth of a son,
Douglas Strafford on September 20
at 2:00 p.m. at the Medical Center
in Columbus, Ga. Mother, baby, fa-
ther and grandparents are reported
to be doing fine.
ST. JAMES CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
iRev. G. D. Underhill, Rector
The 17th Sunday after Trinity,
September 28. 7:30 a.m. Celebra-
tion of the Holy EBacharist. 9: ;is
a.m., Church School.. 11:00 a.m,,
Morning Prayer and sermon. 7: J3
pm, The Episcopal Young Church-
n fln.
The public is cordially Invited to
worship with us and Is assured ol
a warm welcome. .

Sikes Puts Through
Watershed Bill
Prior to the adjournment of the
85th Congress, Congressman Bob
Sikes, Third District Representa-
tive, was successful in obtaining
passage of H. R. 5497, a bill to
amend the Watershed Protection
land Flood Prevention Act. This
legislation has been signed by the
President and is now Public Law
85-865.
Since tihs act provides for cost
sharing for fish and wildlife de-
velopment on the same basis as is


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presently provided for conserva-
tion, development, utilization and
disposal of water under the provi-
sions of the Watershed Act, the
Congressman feels that it will be
possible to obtain federal assist-
ance on the Dead Lake Project, a
project designed for fish develop-
ment in the Dead Lakes. In this
connection Sikes has contacted
Colin Gunn, State Conservationist,
Gainesville, and urged that the
Dead Lakes Project application be
resu'bmijtted under P. 0. 85-865.
This project is of prime interest to
all citizens living in the Dead Lakes
area as well as to the many psorts-
men who have enjoyed fishing in
the lakes. The Congressman has
offered his full cooperation to state
officials in gaining approval of this
project in the immediate future.


CARTER
Member
Florida Railroad
and Public Utilities
Commission


24 YEARS
EXPERIENCE
has given you, the people
of Florida .
FAIR Electric, Gas, Trans-
portation and Telephone
rates.
A savings of over 97 mil-
lion dollars in rates to the
people of Florida.

FOR SINCERE,
PROGRESSIVE
REPRESENTATION
RETURN
JERRY W.


September 30
(Political adv. paid for by
George Hunter,
State Campaign Treasurer)


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The Bungalow Sl

Popular Prices for the Popular Sets
1010 Palm Blvd. Port St.

Full Fashioned Red and Black

Helenca Stretch Nylon Tig

$3.29 and $3.98


New Era Blouses $2.79 to4


TRADE IN VALUES

rrade In Dresses Your Girls Have Outgrowr
and Receive 50c to $2.00 off on the purch
of a new dress,

CHILDREN'S COATS Trade In Value $1.50
LADIES COATS Trade In Value


YOU DON'T HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL SEPT. 3
place: 309-311 Reid Avenue. Clerk, Wayne
belle, W. C. Gay and Clarence Galloway.
Values begins Friday, Sept. 26, ends Monda
and pick a winner in the campaign of barg
dates being moved aside for new occupan
Port St. Joe.



LIVING ROOM


B-Pc. Curved center section. 1 end with arm,
I end bumper. Reg. $119.95

Sectional Suits $899,
7-Pc. Includes sofa bed, club chair, 2 end tables,
coffee table and 2 lamps. 'Reg. $239.95
2 Sofa Bed Suites $17995
Only 6 to go at this price. Reg. $29.95 each

Swivel Chairs 2 for $3995
2-Pc. -Rubber cushions, large sofa in beautiful
bronze plaid. Reg. $319.95

Kroehler Suite $25995
2-Pc. Slightly shop worn. Reg. $149.00
Sofa Suite $9995
3-Pc. In green, large curved section. iReg. 299.95

Kroehler Sectional $23995
Mahogany. Includes blotter, pen, calendar, let-
ter opener. Reg. $49.95
Desk Set $2991
Reg. $69.95
3 Swivel Rockers $4995
Reg. $39.95

2 Occasional Chairs $1995
Sets of 3. 2 step and 1 coffee table. Reg. $27.95

3 Sets of Tables $1995


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ODDS and ENDS USED PIE


Simmons. Complete. Reg. $99.95
Hollywood Bed


$5995


chairs. Reg. $39.95
Chrome Dinette $2995


6-Pc. Includes Table, buffet
Reg. $179.95
Dining Suite


se Gulf coulitiani waa ";..,n .. A N Railroad Gets THE R TAH, Part 4 JoP aI
Prn geon01 o018eciS 'Based on millage assessed, here's Reduction In Valuation
0 $ 3 how Pridgeon had to disburse the
S$383,160 In Taxes collectons: The State of Florida reduced the
SSchool Board ........... $236,356.11 property valuation of raioads in
(om fCounty Comml sioners 127,223.79 42 ou ties in the State this week.
(From Gulf County Breeze) Dead Lakes Water Manage- P42 court St. Joe's Apalate thicola Nor-week
Recently (August 16) Harland met Dist.------- 1,671.93 thort t.ailr Jo's ad did ac n col Nor-receive a
Joe, Fla. Pridgeon, tax collector, completed Gulf County Health Unit 7,003.13 there Railroad did not receive -a
his paperwork on the 1957 collec- St. Joe Fire Control cut in property valuation. In fact,
tios and, after making his report Joe Fire Control they received an increase.
to the County Board, was "releasedport Unit 905.72 Another Port St. Joe firm, the
trom the rollunty Board, was "released" TOTAL 383,160.68 St. Joseph Telephone and Tele-
from the roll." After looking over the report, the
hits Pridgeon was charged with the Board released the tax collector iongraph Company received a red on.
collection of $398,979.04 in county from the roll, subject to the cor n in its valuation.
taxes. In addition to this sum, he rectness of the figures. This action will mean that t
collected $524.44 more because of whRiroRileh a oll pay more taxes
additions to the roll, several penal- while the taxes of the St. Joseph
(h A F ties, and instances of under-charg- Make Reservations Now Telephone and Telegraph Company PHONE 7-3161
$4.45 ing. w ill be reduced. PHONE 7-3161
Thus the grand total collectable For Tire Lane Plowing Valuation of the two companies THE STAR
was $399,503.488. is made by the state and not the
County Ranger Alton Hardy of County Assessor. _CLASIFIE ADS
Of course, if you paid early, you Gulf County says that the fire line CLASSIFIED ADS
earned a discount, and this must plowing season is approaching. He Rev. McAllister Tells
n be substracted from the grand to- urges all landowners and landown- OPPORTUNITY
ase tal. A sum of $14,804.76 was earned ers agents who plan to have fire (Continued From Page 1) MAN OR WOMAN
in discounts. Collections were fur- lines plowed by the Forest Service her's recently". They are friendly to Responsible person from this area,
other reduced by $1,538.04 when the to get their plowing request in so the U. S. to service and collect from cigar-
tax assessor presented his errors that a schedule can be planned in The speaker reported that living ette dispensers. No selling. Car
to $3.00 and insolvencies list. order to save the landowners trans- was cheap in Brazil. He reported investment necessary. 7 to 12 hours
e $5.00 Subtracting this $16,342.80 from portation charges. that for the equivalent of an Ameri- weekly nets up to $350.00 monthly
ue $5.00 the grand total, the net amount The fire line plowing rates are can dollar one could buy three and income Possibility full-time work.
Pridgeon collected in taxes from the same as last year: Medium a half kilos of meat. A kilo is the ior local interview give phone ano.
tractor and 2 disc plow or harrow, 'equivalent of two land a fifth Distributing Co., P. Box 865, Oknal
Ba$8.00 per hour; heavy tractor and pounds. "All cuts of meat, with iahoma City, Okla.
SE 4 disc plow or harrow, $10.00 per the exception of sirloin are the AREA MAN or LADY NEEDED
hour. same price", for example, a pound To service established -route of
Hardy says that in order to place of backbone costs the same as a Self-Service Merchandise Units. Ex-
-, your request, just contact your lo- pound of t-bone steak. cellent income to the person who
Scale Area Ranger, or call Forest 'Guests of the club were Key qualifies. Must be free to work 9
re a or or Clubbers Larry Davis and Tony hours weekly and haye car, refer-
rvice at St. Joe Fire Tower in Da ences and a minimum of 398.00
White City. Barbee, and Frank Smith, a mis- working capital, which is secured.
f. fsionary on his way to Formosa. Submit work history and phone
Kg- number for interview. Write Vice
S Off For New Jersey President, Box 11647, Dallas 18,
30 TO VOTE FOR VALUE! Polling Classified Ads Mr. and Mrs. Otis Pyle left Wed- __-exa
Buttram. Inspectors, Clayton As- nesday for New Jersey to meet
Bailiff, Jackie Bowlin. Voting for Midget Investments With their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. FOR RENT
vy. Bring this ballot, check the tags, Giant Returns and Mrs. B Bray who have re- .-_
ains. Many other bargain candi- gently returned f Germany. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, unfurnish-
SLEGAL AD'VERTISING ed apartment. Close in. Inquire
its. Check the Value Pentagon of LEGAL AD ISING Spend Week End Here 1904 Garrison or phone 7-8642. tfec
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Dodson of FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
NOTICE 1 1505 Monument Ave. or Phone
NOTICE is hereby given that the Trus. Bainbridge, Ga., spent last week 15705 Monument Ave. or Phonet
tees of the Interna Improvement Fund of end visiting with their daughters
AA tile State of Florida, pursuant to law, will
offer for sale, for objections only, in the and families, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. FOR RENT: New 3 bedroom house
Board Room of the Governor's Office, Capitol wMusselwhit and Mr. and Mrs. Fo with oak floors. Unfurnished. At
BED ROOM '.,.l.l..,'~,,- ac. Tallahassee, Florida, at 2:30 p.m., MUselwhte and Mr. and St. Joe Beach. Also small furnished
1 r 1.... 14, 1958, the following described Scheffer, Jr. h i Hhan Vi. S ee ursD
lands in Gulf County, Florida, to-wit: house in Highland View. See J. D.
File No. 233-23-253.12-A parcel of -------- Clark. tfc-9-25
-,',', land in St Joseph Bay in UNCLE OF MRS. ELLZEY
4-Pc. Includes double dresser, large mirror, hip 2, 11, 12 and 14, Town- E OF MRS. ELL FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished
chest and bar bed. Reg. $179.95 County lorida, lying11 West, Gulf DIES IN AUTO CRASH house. Living room, dining room,
County, Florida, lying Westerly of and
S* 1 I abutting the S1/, of said Sections 1 and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ellzey at- ktichen and bath. 4 miles south of
Bed Roo2 ad am Sll ofit sa$109d Sections 12 and tended the funeral of Mrs. Ellzey's Port St. Joe on Hwy 30. Phone
less. uncle, W. J. Dominey, age 74, in9-1195. ifc-9-18
The Purchaser is required to pay the
4-Pc. Solid wood. Blonde. Includes dresser with advertising bill and documentary stamps. Pinkard, Alabama, Tuesday of this FOR iRENT: Furnished cottages
mirror, chest and bar bed. Reg. $139.95 The sale, if and when made, shall be
subject to the Trustees reserving unto them- week. Mr. Dominey was killed in and garage apartments, two to
Bed Suiteselves 75% of the phosphate, minerals and an automobile crash in Montgom- four bedroom. For permanent Or
metals and 60% 1ef the petroleum thereon temporary occupancy. Reasonable
Bed Room Suite $ 9 or thereunder, ery, Ala., Monday. rates by month or week. See Mrs.
The Trustees of the Internal Improvement
4-Pc Solid Mae Dou dresser mirror chest Fund reserve the right to reject any and ---- C. E. Thompson, Beacon Hill, or
4-Pc. Solid 'Maple. Double dresser, mirror, chest Tall bids. o I Visiting Lambersons Cal BAll 9-184. Costin1s ottages,
and bar bed. Reg. $319.95 BY ORDER of the Trustees of the In- Beacon Hill. tfc-9-4
R Suite ---95 Floiaternal Improvement Fund of the State of Rev. and Mrs. Frank Smith and eacon
Bed Room SuSte $259 aLeRoy Collins, Governor family are the visitors of Mr. and FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
Attest: Van H. Ferguson, Director 4t Mrs. C. R. Lamberson and Mrs. attractively furnished apartments
Themaeamersn.MrsdSithisCool in summer, warm in winter.
Mahogany 3-Pc. Save $100.00 on this beautiful Thelma Lamberson. Mrs. Smith is Gas heat, window fans. They have
bar bed, double dresser and mirror. Reg. 289.95 a sister of Mr. Lamberson and a to be seen to be appreciated. ALSO
Bed Ro m S ite $18095 9s IIdaughter of Mrs. Lamberson's. The NICE TRAILER PARKING SPACE
0Be Room SUite $18 S ,mith's are on their way to For- Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133, Wimico
ed R o SuJameS U"e GemS mosa where Rev. Smith will serve Lodge Apartments and Trailer
Sable walnut. 4 Pc. Includes double dresser, y. Park, White City. tfc-7-17
chest and bar bed. Reg. $289.95. by JAMES STAFFORD as a missionary.FOR RENT: See Mrs. Shirey for

Bed Room Suite $199 Attedig Nurses'Training apartments and houses, furnished
Bd R o S ie Miss Elaine Musselwhite left last
Simmons Box Springs and week for Atlanta, Ga., where she FOR RENT: Furnished cottages
began training at Georgia Baptist sond apartments. See tto Ander-
M ia r SS $7995 Hospital as a nurse. Miss Mussel- sone327
S. S white was accompanied by her par- FOR RENT: 2 houses, 2 bedrooms.
)nly 1. Smooth, top soiled. Reg. $119.00 Unfurnished. In Oak Grove. Nice
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mussel- 2 bedroom at Beacon Hill, unfur-
J. S. 'Rubber Box Spring and < white. iished. Call 7-3696. 4tp-9-11
attress95 CARD OF THANKS FOR RENT: Apartment for couple
r / CARD OF THANKS only at 216 9th St., furnished. Al-
lightly damaged. Reg. $159.95 mThanks to our many friends who so, 3 bedroom home unfurnished at
gty damaged. Reg. $159.95 many friends who expressed their 217 9th St. See G. F. Daniell at 216
lade by Lane. Blond. Damaged. Reg. $69.95 sympathy in the passing of our 9th St. tfc821
beloved husband and father in FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom hou-
ipace Saver Chest $295 i -- A words, deeds and floral offerings, ses $45 per month each. Phone
S- --- especially our neighbors in White -3973. t-8-21

floorr samples. Slightly scratched. Reg. $69.50 P M NG City who made this burden so much FOR RENT: One bedroom apart-
Reg. $69.50 CC I O N sI easier to bear. ment. Furnished. One blok from
Lta e Chests $499s Mrs. D. R. (Bud) Hatcher town. Mrs. Charles JBrowne, 305
2Lane Chests $499City Restaurant Homer, Earl and Jack Hatcher 6th -18
_____ Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Antley .. 1
CES CLOSE OUTS C At the Bus Station and children SPECIALSALE: New blue plastic
J Fresh Water CATFISH It pays to advertise try it hardtop Ford Vicoria.Sal price
Cole Slaw and Hush Puppies ...- at only $13.49. Also, new green fi-
Kenmore Automatic All You Can Eat GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY ber seat covers to fit 1947 Chevy
aemig M $ 9 $1.00A m 4 toor sedan for only $8.95. Fire-
s ig M chie $4995 Barbecue Beef Sandwich W t Ads Get Result Jo r tc
Simmons Box Springs and 20C
atrss $59 HOT DOGS FOR SALE
TreSS 590 6 for $1.00 THE STAR 1 House and 1 vacant lot at
icubi iz. at re ..$ 9 0 ,0, .. rMexico Beach. s z


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and four chairs.

$1299


7-Pc. Used. A BARGAIN

Living Room Group $6995
'With any purchase. *Reg. $2.98
Iron Board Pad Set 79c
4.-Pc. Wood. Damaged. Reg. $39.95

Patio Set $199,


Re. $99.501


Linoleum (18 x 27) Reg. 59c

Scatter Rugs
3-Gal. 1 to a customer. Reg. $2.95

12 Gas Cans
Mahogany. Reg. $18.95

Nite Stand
1 to a customer Reg. $1.75
TV Snack Table


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Thanks To All

I thank all the people of Gulf County for the
splendid vote I received in the first primary. I feel
honored and humble.
I also want to thank my honorable opponents
for conducting a clean campaign.
I ask for the support of the losing candidates and
for the support of their friends and supporters. I will
appreciate it most sincerely.
Above all, be sure you go to the polls on Sep-
tember 30 and vote, and bring your friends with you.
While you are there, if you see fit to vote for Cole-
man W. Tharpe, I will be most grateful.
Sincerely yours,

COLEMAN W. THARPE


House on Mculellan Ave.,
2 bedroom.
3 BEDROOM HOUSE on Mon-
ument Avenue.
SEVERAL NICE HOMES for
sale in different parts of Port
St. Joe. We help you arrange
financing. If you are inte:est-
ed in owning your own home,
please contact us.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-7741
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1958

FOR SALE

MEXICO BEACH
Choice lots near beach can be
purchased for one-third down and
balance paid over 3 to 4 year per-
iod. Nice lots on canal at Mexico
Beach.
An equity can be bought in a
nice reconditioned beach home.
Palance payable $75.00 per month.
Payments are less than present in-
c)me from house.
PORT ST. JOE
New 3 bedroom masonry house,
1100 sq. ft. of living area. Large
kitchen with plenty of cabinet
space. Tile floors throughout. Car-
port and large utility room, for im-
mediate occupancy. $800 down plus
closing cost, FHA financing on the
balance.
Choice lot on Garrison Avenue.
Good location, nice neighborhood.
$1175.
Nice lot on Tenth St. 75' X 100'.
Good neighborhood, $975.
WHITE CITY
3 lots in White City. Two blocks
from highway. Good location' for
home. Entire area is well drained.
Terms can be arranged on lots.
Must be sold as one parcel.
Small frame house, located on 2
lots 25 x 90 ft. Priced to sell. Fi-
nancing can be arranged.
OVERSTREET
2 bedroom, 1 bath home on one
acre *of ground. Priced reasonably.
Excellent terms. $500 down, bal-
ance in monthly payments of $45
each with only 5% interest on un-
paid balance.
COASTAL REALTY CO.
William J. Rish, Reg. Broker
Ruth C. Soule, Reg. Salesman
116 Mon. Ave. Port St. Joe
SPECIAL: HULA HOOPS at Fire-
stone Store in St. Joe. Be first
with the rage of the nation. Only
.24 left.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 2
baths, living, dining and kitchen.
Wall to wall carpeting in part of
house. Good location. Close to
town. Corner lot fenced in. See at
528 6th St., or phone 7-7616. ttc
SPECIAL: New 6.70 x 15 Firestone
Tires only 12.95 plus tax and your
recappable tire. Firestone Store,
228 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe.
FOR SALE: 3 acres of land (1 in
timber). Two houses. (1 can be re-
paired and rented). Other unfinish-
ed, 3 bedrooms. On Jones Home-
stead, about 3 miles from town off
new 98. Lights, telephone and
school bus service, $3,900.00. See
Roy E. Cox, Jones Homestead Rr.
FOR SALE: Model A Ford and
power lawn mower. Good runn-
ing condition. Phone 7-5461. 3tp
BEACH LOTS FOR SALE: $25.00
down. $10.00 per month. R. L.
Fortner, Mexico Beach. tfc-7-17
NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect that
bright new upholstery with tailor
made seat covers. Many fabrics to
choose from. Butler's Trim Shop,
Corner Second and Reid.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfre-Z
kADE US that Uselesa article for
Something useful. STOP and
kWAP.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST t11,
THE AMERICAN IGION. Met-
Ing first and third Monday night
%00 p.m., American Legion Home.
UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
furniture lo k old? Bring it to
Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second
and Reid for expert rebuilding.
FOR FAST, EFFICrENT PLUMB-
ING SERVICE. Call Bill's Plumb-
ing. Phone 7-7846 or 7-8161. tfc
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in aTy-
Ing money see us for anything
you need In your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hofr. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
O. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. In Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren Invited.
B. B. CONKLIN, N. G.
J. C. MARTIN, 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. BURCH, Secty.
kAl Master Masons cordially nviteA
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation ot
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. R. W. Smith,
High Priest H R Vaiea, Secretary.
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C. P. ETHEREDGE
Licensed
PLUMBING and
ELECTRICAL WORK
Phone 7-2564
605 Maddox Street


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