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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: November 13, 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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TWENTY-SECOND YEAR



ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WhSr.EY R. RAMSEY


I work all year long, just waiting
for November 15 to come along to
begin the hunting season. During
this time I waste time working and
occasionally going fishing. And this
year, we have not been able to
waste too much time working.
But what 'happens the week we
have been waiting on? We get
snowed under with work. A big edi-
tion of the paper to get out and a
pile of job work---or a change.
But do we mind? No sir. We will
just turn up the lamp a little high-
er, roll up our sleeves and do a
little night Work to get through by
at least day break Saturday morn-
ing, at which time we shall take
off for the swamp.
And just to get the record
straight-the only complaining we
are doing is that we didn't have all
this work to do all year long.

We took our life in our hands
last Saturday and journeyed up to
Crestview along with Albert (Red)
Thames, T. S. Singletary, Howard
McKinnoni Bob Ellzey and Wood-
row Henderson, to hear Arkansas'
favorite son speak. And speak he
did. We took the trip in Red's Cad-
dy-right in style-the way news-
paper people should travel.
On the way back Red got a little
heavy of foot along Highway 98
and rocked his Caddy up around
80 and 85 (with no Nash Rambler
following) and we got stopped by
one of LeRoy's catch boys. And
guess who it was. Leroy Pfeiffer,
who was stationed here just be-
fore Travis Aplin.
'If you think Faubus did some
serious talking, you should have
heard Red when Leroy walked up
to the car. "Hi ya, old buddy, buddy,
buddy", Red started off. "I haven't
seen you in a long time-how's the
family.?" Well, that put Pfeiffer
off bjance right quick and he be-
gan to talk about how he wished
he was back in St. Jop and, how
bad the fishing was up In Walton
County and so forth and he plum
forgot to fine Red for resting his
foot too much in his Caddy.
We continued the trip to Port
St. Joe at 65 per. If you don't find
Red in his jewelry store this morn-
ing, its because he hadn't told Hu-
leen about his escapade with "John
Law".

Something one of the speakers
said in Crestview Saturday got us
to wondering. He handed Ed Ball,
Alfred DuPont and company many
roses for what they had done for
Florida. "Now why", we wondered,
"would he include all of Florida in


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
.ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1958 NUMBER 7


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BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB OFFICERS: (left to right), Mrs. Dorothy Patterson
state 2nd Vice-President, St. Augustine, installing officer; Mrs. Sue Spaulding, president; Mrs. Frances
Glaze, lst Vice-President; Miss Minerva McLane, 2ni Vice-President; Mrs. Myrell Howell, 3rd Vice-
President; Mrs. Ruth C. Soule, standing in for Mrs. Charline Hargraves, Recording Secretary; Miss


Carolyn Traweek, Treasurer and Miss Letha Westbrook, Auditor.


Business and Professional Women's

Club Presented Charter Saturday

Port St. Joe's newest club, the Business and Professional Women,
had their installation meeting last Saturday night at Van Horn's
Beach Restaurant, at which time state officers of the organization
were on hand to' install the officers and present their charter.
Mrs. Reba Flanigan, president of the Warrington Club, which is the
sponsoring club of the local organ-ization, presided over the meeting.
Mrs. Florazelle Connell opened themeeting with a prayer.


After a salute to the flag and in-
troduction of guests, Mayor J. L.
Sharit gave a few remarks welcom-
ing the club to the city, the visiting
officials and offered the services of
the City commissionn in any way
that they could be helpful to the
new organization.

Mrs. Anne Burdick of Tallahas-
see, 3rd Vice-President of the state
organization of B. & P. W., gave
the resp nse..
Mrs. Adrienne Waits, State Pres-
ident, of Daytona Baech gave the
principal address of the evening
and presented 'the Club Charter to
its first .president, Mrs. Sue Spauld-
ing.
Mrs. Waits gave some of -the his-
tory of the organization with its
beginning in 1919. Mrs. Waits point-
ed out that in the club's beginning
there were very few women in the
business world. Now the club is or-
ganized all through the U. S. and
its possessions and in 23 foreign
countries.
Some of the accomplishments of
the club listed by Mrs. Waits are:


his discourse, when the DuPont's jury duty for women, equal recog-
built their paper mill in St. Joe?" nition in the armed forces and an
When we returned home we acceptance of women as an inte-
found the answer. Wayne Ashley gral part of the American working
had presented us with a reprint of a force. One of the main objectives
long article in the Florida Trend of the organization now is equal
magazine on the history of the pay for both men and women on a
DuPont's in Florida. According to given job. "This will aid the men
the text of the article, DuPont as well as the women", she said,
.practically single-handed kept the "as it will prevent employers from
State of Florida from folding up hiring women in place of men just
completely in the "bust" of the because their pay will not be as
20's; They have done much for the high".
state as a whole and upon reading Mrs. Dorothy Patterson, State
the article we learned a lot about 2nd Vice-President of St. Augustine
this family, installed the officers as follows:
For instance, one of the most President, Mrs. Sue Spaulding; 1st
common of rumors is that the Flor- Vice-President, Mrs. Frances Glaze;
ida DuPont interests (which arei2nd Vice-President, Miss Minerva
varied and widespread) are owned 'McLane; 3rd Vice-President, Mrs.
by the Delaware branch of the Du- Myrell Howell; Recording Secre-
Pont industry. This is entirely tary, Mrs. Charline Hargraves;
false. As a matter of fact, the shoe t
is on the other foot. The Florida ,.-,
DuPont's and the St. Joe Paper .
Company own a sizeable chunk of -
the Delaware branch of the family.
Nearly $600 million worth as a mat-
ter of fact. So when people get to .
telling you that E. I. DuPont de '
Nemours owns Florida DuPonts
and St. Joe Paper Company, you :.
can say with authority, "Son, you '-
are wrong-WE own THEM!" -


If we can obtain permission from
Trend, we are going to reprint the
article, as we think it will make
interesting reading for Port St.
Joe people.
---------K
Visits In Tallahassee
Mrs. Pope Fendley and daughter
Cookie spent Monday in Tallahas-
see.

BAND BOOSTERS
WILL MEET TONIGHT
The Band Boosters Association
will meet tonight at 7:30 in the
band room at St. Joe High School.
All persons interested in the baad
are urged to attend.


rwo Run-Away Youths

Are Picked Up Here

Patrolman Travis Aplin, station-
ed in Port St. Joe with the Florida
Highway Patrol picked up a 15
year old boy and girl last week
end, who had run away from their
Illinois home. Aplin picked the pair
up when they turned over in the
car they were traveling in on High-
way 98.


Aplin said that the pair reported
that they had traveled in over a
dozen states without a driver's li-
cense. Aplin said there was no
bulletin out on the car, which be-
longed to the boy's .parents. Ap-
lin told The Star that they would
day checking the licenses.
Aplin said he noticed the car
parked earlier out on the beach
but that the occupants were asleep.
He checked the license plates
against those of wanted cars and
found nothing suspicious and did-
n't disturb the couple.
In the turn-over, the boy broke
his collar bone but other than that
neither suffered serious injuries.
The youths were held here in
Port St. Joe until their parents
could come to pick them up.

Return To Jacksonville
Mrs. W. J. Clark left Tuesday
for her home in Jacksonville after
spending the week end here with
her sister and husband, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Ferrell.

Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Myr-
tle Childers; Treasure, Miss Caro-
lyn Traweek and Auditor, Miss Le-
tha Westbrook.
The new club has 42 charter
members.


PRESENTS CHARTER-Miss Adrienne Waits, state president of the
B. and P. W., (left) presents the charter of the local club to its
president, Mrs. Sue Spaulding. (- photo)


(-( photo)


Mother of Mrs. Edwards

Dies In Pensacola

Mrs. Mary Theresa Doyle, 79, of
Apalachicola, died Sunday after-
noon in a Pensacola Hospital.
Mrs. Doyle was a native of Apa-
lachicola and a member of St. Pat-
rick Catholic Church of Apalachi-
cola.
She is survive dby two daughters,
Mrs. Chester Edwards of Port St.
Joe and Miss Eva Doyle of Apala-
chicola; one brother, William Gib-
son of Apalachicola; two grand-
daughters, and one great-grandson.
Funeral services for Mrs. Doyls
were held Wednesday morning at
the St. Patrick Catholic Church in
Apalachicola.


Lt. Gov. sitss Port

St. Joe Kiwanis Club


The Kiwanis Club of Port St.
Joe was honored Tuesday at their
regular dinner meeting with a visit
from their present and future Lieu-
tenant Governors. The present Lt.
Governor, Raymond Cartledge of
Cottondale reported on his recent
visit to the National Convention of
Kiwanis International in Chicago.
Accompanying Cartledge, was Bill
Farior of Chipley, Lt. Governor for
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Youths Rob

McCormick Storn

Three wayward youths left their
mark on Port St. Joe in passing
through town early last Friday
morning. The youths, all boys, agedi
14, 16 and 18, broke into McCor-
mick's Red and White Super Mar-
ket in Highland View early Fri-
day morning around 3:00 a.m. and
made off with about $100.00 worth
of cigarettes and around $5.00 in
cash.
'Phe youths stopped at Skipp's
Mo Jo Station for gas and high-
tailed it out of town.
The Sheriff's department reports
that the three youths were captured
in Tampa over the week end and
admitted stealing cars in Pensa-
cola, Panama City and the breaking
and entering of McCormick's store
here in Highland View.
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A abch ola for Deep Water Harbor

BLOUNTSTOWN-The possible conflict between Apalachicola's
oyster industry and the development of a deep water port was still
unresolved here Thursday night after an enthusiastic crowd of 160
discussed an economic survey of six Northwest Florida counties.
The Arthur D. Little Co., in itsreport, warned that dredging of
a 30-foot channel into Apalachicolaharbor would destroy the world-
famous oyster beds that are themain source of Franklin County


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The Loyal Order of Moose of
Port St. Joe is already making
plans to carry on its annual activi-
ties of providing Christmas baskets
of food and toys for the under-
privileged of Gulf County.
The Moose Lodge Is now making
an appeal to anyone who would like
tc help with this worthy cause by


donating food or repairable toys
for those who need them.
If you have any of these items


that you would like to give the
SEWANEE, TENN.-Walter Wil- Moose Lodge will receive them at
ter, a fleet-footed tailback from Pilace Barber Shop, Costin's De-
Port St. Joe, is leading the Purple apartment Store and Red's Shoe
Tigers of the University of the Shop. After store hours you may
South to one of their best seasons leave your donations at the Moose
in a long and colorful football his- Lodge.
tory. The 165 pound junior was If you have toys to donate, the
leading scorer for the Tigers in Lodge would like to receive them
1957 with 42 points. This year he as soon as possible so that they
has scored six touchdowns and nine may bo repaired.
points after touch downs, for a to- -( _
tal of 45 points. If Sewanee ends the Annual ,Harvest Dinner
season with a clean slate it will be -l
the first time since 1899, when the The annual ,nvrvest Dinner and
Tigers won 12 games to none for Bazaar, sponsored by the Woman's
their opponents. That was the year Auxiliary of St. James Episcopal
in which Sewanee made a six day Church, will be heid at the Parish
trip, winning five games: Texas A House on Wednesday, November
& M, Thursday; Texas, Friday; Tu- 19. Serving will begin at 5:30 p.m.
lane, Saturday; LSU, Monday and The menu consists of baked turkey
Old Miss on Tuesday. A feat never and dresisng, cranberry sauce,
equalled in the annals of American sweet potatoes, string beans, home-
football. At the beginning of the made rolls, coffee and cake.
homecoming game, Wilder had car-1 Mrs. Tom Coldewey, ticket chair-
ried the ball 88 times for a total of 'man, says that tickets are now on
332 yards, an average of 3.7 yards sale at $1.50 for adults and $1.00
per try. He had completed 15 passes for children.
for a total of 223 yards. Handwork gifts, aprons and can-
----- dy will be on sale beginning at
It pays to advertise try it 5:30 p.m.

Win Col,9mn With 45-


Homecoming Victory Over B .iy Blue DAv

Miss Sandra Bracewell, daughter rough night for the home team. somebody.
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bracewell was But if the Sharks can all stay well St. Joe Bonifay
crowned homecoming queen in im- and if Coach Craig can get his boys! First Downs. .- 13 6
pressive half-time ceremonies last "fired up", they could well give! Yds. Rushing 195 85
Friday night at the Sharks home- Quincy a,run for their money. Quin- Yds. Passing ....--204 5
coming football game. cy will be a hard team to beat but Pass Attempts -.-- 28 6
Miss Bracewell was crowned by Chipley proved last week that they Passes Comp. .--.--.- 11 1
Alex Gailard, football captain for were not unbeatable, and the Had Intercepted 1 3
the night. Sharks are about due to upset lFumbles 0 2
In the Homecoming game the
Sharks took out their anger from '-"'"
two previous shutouts and blasted .'-'"' .*'
a hapless Bonifay team 45-0. The .
Sharks scored almost at will, util-"
izing the forward pass to get the '.". ....
biggest gains. .
The Sharks started off with a .. .- .
three touchdown- first quarter, ..-. .
Richard Zipperer took a short pass 5'T
from Ed Smith and scooted 15 yards
to score. Willie Daniells scored "
next with a two yard dash off tack- '
le. The Sharks made it 20 to 0 -
with a screen pass from Bob Munn
to Ed Smith. Smith scampered 26 .
yar ds for the score. ...
The Sharks scored twice in the
second quarter. Ed Smith scored .
one time from the two and Bob- -
Munn sneaked over from the one
for the next score. ..
The Sharks second and third .
units played most of- the balance "Z#- -
of the game after Willie Daniell
took a pass from the 10 yard line
to score early in the third period.'"
The Sharks final score came on a
six yard dash by quarterback Bob
Munn. Coach Chaig cleared the ..
bench an everybody got to play : .
all they wanted to. .
The Sharks will take on a some- '
what more formidable foe tomor- .,. ."
row night as they travel to Quincy .
for the big one. Quincy, smarting ',." ." '.' -
from a defeat by Chipley last week ,.. .
will be out for blood. With the me- QUEEN of HOMECOMING-Miss Sandra Bracewelil -,1rowned queen
mory of last year's defeat at the of Homecoming by Shark captain Alex Gallard .ohaltime cere-
hands of the Sharks, it could be a monies Friday night at the Shark-Bonifay football '-ame. (4 photo)


Franklin County delegates, fresh
from celebrating their annual
Harbor Day Wednesday, disputed
the report and said they feel ocean-
going vessels and their oyster boats
The Little firm further dashed
cold water on the oyster city's
hopes for a deep water harbor by
reporting for the first time that the
U. S. Corps of Engineers had spent
more than $50,000 to determine
that the development of the Apal-a-
chicola Chattahoochee- Flint river
can work side by side.
system would not be economically
sound.
With ports of Panama City and
Port St. Joe nearby, endangering
the big oyster beds would not be
justified, the Little company rep-
resentative said.
Comparative Studies Urged
The researchers admitted they
had not investigated Florida's oth-
er ports and that comparative stu-
.dies should be undertaken before
a final decision is reached.
TU. S. Rep. Bob Sikes, a leader in
the development of the thfee-river
system, sparked the audience's en-
thusias'nt y- oirging them to "get
out and get the ball rolling. This
report won't bring a single new
plant to your county," Sikes said.
"It is a good reference work. But
we've got to take the resources of-
fered by the State Development
Commission and go from there."
Sikes said he would urge the
1959 Legislature to appropriate ad-
ditional funds to the commission
"to go out and pull in more indus-
try." He said he would suggest that
the state provide a way to spend
tax money for buildings that would
attract new plants.
Thursday n i g h t's delegations
from each of the six counties cov-
ered in the survey-Franklin, Li-
berty, Jackson, Calhoun, Gulf and
Bay. Others from Jefferson, Gads-
den and Escambia counties also
took part in the discussion.
Cooperation Seen
Members of the audience asked
how they should approach large
landowners, such as the paper com-
panies, to enlist their help in at-
tracting new industry.
The owners of vast stretches of
Northwest Florida will generally
offer their full cooperation in bring-
ing in new plants, the researchers
said, if they are sure the new manu-
facturer will be a substantial, per-
manent part of the community.
If many large industries do lo-
cate in this section, more rail trans-
portation will be needed badly, the
Little report said.
Gulf County Rep. Cecil Costin,
who. introduced the bill to,, provide
the survey, said he would consider
introducing in the 1959 Legislature
a bill to survey the needs for barge
terminals along the Apalachicola
River at Bristol, Blountstown, Mar-
ianna and Chattahoochee.
Included in Thursday night's re-
port was a recommendation for the
creation of a Florida rivers and
harbors commission. The new state
board would coordinate the work
of local port authorities, provide ba-
sic research and act as a liaison
agency in securing federal funds
for waterway development.
-K------

Retail Merchants

Call Meeting

All members of the Retail
Merchants Division of the Port
St. Joe Chamber of Commerce
are urged to attend a general
meeting Monday night at 7:30
p.m. at the City Hall.
Plans will be discussed at the
meeting for the Merchant's an-
nual Christmas celebration and
sale.


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and garage apartments, two to
tour bedroom. For permanent or
temporary occupancy. Reasonable
rates by month or week. See Mrs.
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Call BAll 9-1184. Costin's Cottages,
Beacon Hill. tfc-9-4
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
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FOR SALE

FOR SALE: Upright piano. Call or
see Foy Scheffer. 3tp-ll-6

FOR SALE: Lot at 1009 Woodward
-Avnuee. Contact / Herman Ard,
Phone 7-8646. 2tp

FOR SALE
An almost new duplex at Mexico
Beach. Fire place in each unit. One
unit completely furnished. House is
built of brickcrete. Inside of house
is paneled. Owner will take a rea-
sonable down payment and finance
the balance at 6%. Monthly pay-
ments will be smaller than the ren-
tal income from the property.
Small one bedroom house in Port
St. Joe. Bath, living room and all
electric kitchen. House to be sold
completely furnished. Good invest-
ment property. Steady renters at
$50.00 per month. Located on a lot
50 x 170 feet. Total sale price is,
$3,750.
'Nice 3% bedroom, one bath home
in Wewahitchka. Built in 1957.
Over 1300 square feet of living
area. Utility house in rear, 12x20
feet. On large lot, 100 x 150 ft.
Total price $8,750.00. Financing
can be arranged.
Nearly new: A nice 2 bedroom
country 'home on one acre of
ground. Total price $4,500.00. Own-
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balance payable in small monthly
payments.
FOR RENT
Attractive house, 2 bedrooms, liv-
ing room, dining room, large fam-
ily room and enclosed porch. House
has hardwood floors and one and
a half baths. Yard is fenced in.
Nice 3 bedroom house on 9th
street. Hardwood floors and nicely
kept yard.
Also other rental property in
town and at the beaches.
Wliliam J. Rish, Reg. Broker
Ruth C. Soule, Reg. Salesman
116 Mon. Ave. Port St. Joe, 'Fla.
COASTAL REALTY CO.


FOR SALE: Three bedrooms, tM
baths, living room, den and se
arate dining room. This spacio
home has oak floors and many ot
er desirable features. Can be so
for only $1,100 down.
Two bedroom home in desirab
neighborhood. Only $500. dow
Both of these homes can be final
ed through FHA.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real' Estate Broker
Ph. BAll 7-3491 221 Reid Av


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SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0,
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 pm. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
B. B. CONKLIN, N. G.
visiting brethren Invited.
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.
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.
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Out your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
WILLIS V. ROWAX POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet.
ing first and third Monday nights
100 p.m., American Legion Home:
UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
furniture 1 k old? Bring it to
Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second
and Reid for expert rebuilding.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished house.
1 large room, kitchen and bath.
Gas stove and heater furnished. $15
per month. J. A. Mira, 1031 Long
Ave. Phone 9-1301.


LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR


Stimrad Lumber Company of M i-
bile, Ala., and a large land owner
in these parts offers the following
letter of policy to tRe sportsmen of
th;.s area for the coming hunting
season.
We welcome you to hunt and fish
on lands owned by us in Franklin,
Liberty and Gulf Counties, Florida.
In an effort to keep this area op-
en to sportsmen and to maintain
the wildness of the river front, it
is our feeling that it would be to
your and our interest not to grant
any further permission for camps
or camp sites on our lands.
In general, our land is as follows:
In Liverty County: The swamp-
land from Queen City Point on the
Apalachicola River south to Owl
Creek.
In Gulf County: Cut-off island.
The land from Willis Landing north
and east of the Brothers River to
the Apalachicola River down to
Brickyard Cut-off. The land be-
tween Saul Creek and the Apala-
chicola River lying approximately
opposite the head of the St. Marks
River on -the north to Pinhook on
the south.
In Franklin County: Forbes Is-
land. The land from the head of
East River south to one-half mile
below the head of the St. Mark's
River and running from both points
two miles east to the Piney woods.
We do not mind pup tents being
used if they are put up on a week
end or weekly basis.
No other new camps will be al-
lowed, including temporary paper
houses.
Please refrain from driving nail's
into trees.
Wishing you a successful season.
STIMRAD LUMBER CO.

Long Avenue Circles
Set Meeting Places

The WMS, of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church will meet next
Tuesday, November 11 at the fol-
lowing places:
Circle 1 will meet with Mrs.
George Cooper at 1028 McClellan
Ave., at 9:30 a.m.
Circle 2 meets with Mrs. Joe
Alligood, 308 16th St., at 9:30.
Circle 3 will meet with Mrs.
George McLawhon 1200 Monument
Ave., at 8:00 p.m.
Circle 4 will be with Miss Alma
Baggett, 224 7th Street at 8:00 p.m.
Circle 5 will meet with Mrs. Ken-
neth Bateman, 805 Long Ave. at
8:00 p.m.
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Hil Children Have
a Party

Pictured above are a 'group of
children who helped David and Ca-
thy Hill celerbate their birthday


recently with a party given by For a good green lawn all win-
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar ter, plant rye grass seed now. If
Hill. the lawn has not been fertilized in
the last month or so, an application
of sheep manure at the rate of 100
'' ,. pounds per thousand square feet,
or approximately 200 pounds for
the average city lawn. This is a
a slowly available plant food and
will prevent the. rye grass from
robbing the permanent lawn. Sow
'a seed at the rate of five pounds per
Mr. and Mrs. Mallie E. Johnson thousand square feet, or ten pounds
announce the birth of a daughter, for an average lawn, twenty-five
Kathy Susan on October 29. for a large, double-lot lawn.
Mow the grass and rake well be-
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Machen fore sowing seed. Apply the sheep
are the proud parents of a daugh- manure and water dow well. Di-
ter, Karen Ann, born November 0.and water down well. Di-
ter, Karen Ann, born November vide the seed in two parts and sow
,Mr. and Mrs. Charles John Esson lengthways and crossways of the
announce the birth of a baby girl, area.
Linda Marie, on November 8. On bare ground for a winter
Mr. and Mrs. Kit Carson Mash- lawn, double the amount of seed is
burn announce the birth of a baby required.
girl, Patricia Yvonne on November
9.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray Scrog-
gins announce the birth of a daugh- WS
ter, Christina Diane on November WAI I


9.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Roy Pickron
announce the birth of a baby girl,
Peggy Delaine on November 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Milburn S. Smith
announce the birth of a daughter,
Pamela Jane on November 10.
All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.
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Saturday, December 20, at 4 P.M.


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FOR SALE
1 House and 1 vacant lot at
Mexico Beach.
House on McClellan 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.:esot-
ed in owning your own home,
please contact us.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-7741


NOW AT



ST. JOE MO @H


IS FOR SALE: 2 lots on Hunter Cir-
Scle. 75x185 each. Call BAll 7-5651
after 5 p.m. 3tp-10-30
COLOR y DELUXE WANTED: Portable electric sew-
CINEMsASc-PF ing machine. Good condition.
Phone BAIl 9-1180. it
RELIABLE PARTY
Must be capable to operate and
)AY and FRIDAY manage a business. Work consists
of servicing route of cigarette ma-
chines. No selling. Full or part
time. Route will be established for
operator. At least $1,100.00 to $2,-
200.00 cash investment required.
This is a very profitable business
---v .of your own that can be started on
I GAVIN LISA PULVER a small scale and be built up to a
iFORE-KEENAN WYNN very large profit annually. Write
giving phone no. to American Vik-
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..-... ..- Suite 152, Minneapolis, Minn.


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RICHARD EGAN MAY BRITT
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-i4+"-TAR. Port St., doe; Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1958 I
Su d y c o l.ST. JAMES' CHURCH
Sunday School EPISCOPAL
Rev. G. D. Underhlll, Rector
Class Meets 24th Sunday after Trinity, Nov.
16. 7:30 a.m., Celebration of the
Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a.m., Church
The Winome Sunday School class School. 11:00 a.m, Morning Prayer
of the Long Avenue Baptist Church 'and sermon. This service will be
met Tuesday, October 27 in he followed by the regular monthly
home of Mrs. Elmo Ford. Parish Covered Dish Dinner. Be
Officers for the new year were sure to come and bring your cov-
elected as follows: President, Mrs. ered dish and stay for food, fun
W. R. Ramsey; -vice-president, Mrs. and fellowship. 6:30 p.m., The Epis-
Henry Dockery; secretary, Mrs. copal Young Churchmen. 7:00 p.m.'
Frank Poole; group captains, Mrs. (CST) Evening Prayer and sermon
Elmo Ford, Mrs. Wayne Hendrix, at St. John's Church, Wewahitchka.
Mrs. Vernon Woolford and Mrs. An- The public is cordially invited to
_-dy-Martin. worship with us' and is assured of
Plans were made for the Novem- a warm welcome.
ber, wVhich will be announced later. -
Attending Convention
Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Odum, are
attending the Southern Baptist Con-
vention in Miami this week.
-. Visitors From Alabama
MIr. and Mrs. Doyle Retherford
and children of Linden, Ala., visit-
ed friends here Saturday.
:PHONE 7-3161 .

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hone 7-5111 236 Reid Avenue


NAZARENE MISSION
8th St., 3 Blocks East of Elementary School
Highland View, Florida
Z:.UNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 A.M.
...PREACHING SERVICE 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Tuesday) 7:30 P.M.
EVERYONE WELCOME TO ATTEND


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 __ 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:80 p.m.


- Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street

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GEORGE W. PECK, 6r., Proprietor
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OAK GROVE ASSEMBLY of GOD
REV. E. L. GILLILAND, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
CHRIST AMBASSADORS (Sunday) 6:30 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 7:30 P.M.
W.M.C. (Tuesday) g:00 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
YOU ARE WELCOME
When you worship with us you are never a stranger and a
visitor only once


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SPECIALS FOR NOVEMBER 13, 14 and 15 Port St. Joe, Florida Plenty of Free Parking


3 CANS A Bonus Special
35c


Sungold (With Order)

EL Eo
LB. A Bonus Special


15c


Sessions Salad

0IL
NO. 10 JUG A Bonus Special

$1l.5"


With $10.00 Order or More


LB. A Bonus Special

S59c


Hi Neighbor!
At IGA your savings are in the "total" not
on just one or two specials. If you haven't"
visited your neighborhood IGA Food Store to
make the "Total Test" .. .. then why not do
it today? Discover as thousands of others are
doing, that the actual savings are in the
"total" at the bottom of the register tape.
CHECK YOUR "TOTAL TAKE" .
WITH AN IGA "TOTAL TEST"
THIS WEEK'S "NEAT TIP"
When cooking meats, turn meat with tongs,
or other blunt instrument rather than a fork
You won't puncture the meat and let the
juices escape.


SUPERFINE -- With $10.00 Order or More

SU R

A Bonus Special (
5 LBS.


With $10.00 Order Limit 2

IGA Detergent
Large Box


WHITE ROSE SELF RISING -- WITH


$10.00 Order or More


A Bonus Special
10 LB. BAG
Delicious for Baking


Perfection


3 Lb. Bag

39c


Ga. Red, No. 303

Tomatoes
4 CANS

59c


Borden's (Limit 6 with $10.00 Order)

BISCUITS
CAN A Bonus Special

5c


FRESH FIRST CUT PORK


CHOPS


49c


SWIFT'S SWEET RASHER SLICED


BACON 49c
GROUND FRESH DAILY TABLE-RITE 2 LBS.


BEEF


51 GAUGE


FRESH FROZEN MEAT (CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY)


PS
A Bonus Special

4 FOR ONLY mB


U. S. GOOD BEEF CHUCK
ROAST
SWIFT'S BROOKFIELD PAN
Sausage
FRESH PORK CENTER CUT
CHOPS


Gleem

TOOTH

PASTE
Large Size

57c


97c
LB.
49c
2 LBS.

77c
LB.
63c


Phillips 12 Oz.
Milk of Magnesia 52c
Chase and Sanborn 6 Oz.
INSTANT COFFEE 99c
Blue Bonett Margarine, lb. 29c
Van Camp 12 Oz.
BEENIE WEENIE 27c
Condensed ALL -----24 oz. 37c
Fluffy ALL 19 oz. 35c
Lnquid WISK, ----- Reg. 41 c
LUX FLAKES (5c off) ----- Ig. 30c
Bath Size
LUX SOAP 2 for 29c


Trellis Garden No. 303

PEAS
4 CANS
9w c


Suber-Edwards Hickory Smoked
SHANK HALF OR WHOLE



BUTT, lb.53c LB. 4 9


FRESH PORK

Pig Feet
SUBER-EDWARDS

FRANKS
SELECT BEEF

LIVER


3 LBS.


12 OZ.
3090
LB.
in ^


Sunnyland Tenderized Shoulder
4 to 6 LB. AVERAGE


39


Bath Size
LIFEBUOY SOAP
Regular Size
LIFEBUOY SOAP
Bath Size
PRAISE SOAP
Regular Size
PRAISE SOAP
Bath Size
DOVE SOAP .
Regular Size
DOVE SOAP -


2 for 21c
2 for 29c
2 for 29c
- 2 for 39c
- 2 for 39c
2 for 49c


Austex Chili (plain) 303 37c
Austex Chili (w/beans) 303 49c
Austex Beef Stew 303 39c


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IGA Yellow Cling, Halves or Sliced

PEACHES
NO. 2V2 CAN

29c


Washington State Delicious
Apples
4 LB. BAG
49c

GOLDEN RIPE
BANANAS
2 Lbs. 25c

California Cello
CARROTS
Cello Bag Sc

Fresh Milky
COCOANUTS
Each 10c


Washington State Delicious
Extra Fancy


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Hig lond View
gBy MRS. EUJLA ROGERS
PERSONALS
Mrs. Sid Jvnes and-aons-risim..
in Havana roer the-week end wiUh
relatives.
Mrs. Bill Lee and Mrs. Gwen HaV.
field were in Puns__:la .3TxuTay on
business. -
:r.- and AMrs Carl- -_- t',ii. dli
re~ors of child evarmrgTs R=-fe'llow-
6ls--oif Bay Count-y -Aere--_sitors
at-i-e Highland -iew Me-thodist
Chiur-b SiundLiy.
Walter Ovrrnman, i-huband of the
fortner Miss-Emogeue Scully Is a
patient in P&enslEla __aLytistJ- los-
pital where he undfereft f at eye
bpefltion.
Capt. Ernest Moore of Fort
Jackson, South Ci r?-i7-Tl- Ttid
guest of Mrs. Sid Jones and sons,
Ca'aien-Mb"om is 'a-sipi.d'.to oxer-.
seq duly after hb6i -4ias-,hre.' .-
Mr..a--1r. s ( 4en.e Frazier of St.
M s wreek end.,visitors qof
Mrs. Frazier' sister, Mr. and Mgs-
Chegtor Adalus
J.0k ig:,eOs:-as,, ipitftnfin the
Baptist rf5olimal in,'Pensacola last
week. .He." l ]& ow convalescing at
home."- -
Mrs. 0. V. Sculley and children
visited Sunday in Frink with her
sister and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Luke Spooner.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Patterson
visited with her sister and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Presley of
Florala, Ala., over the week -end.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Miles of Pan-'
ama City are visiting their son and
family this week, Mr and Mrs. Car-
los Miles.
,Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehand vis-
ited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moon in
White City Sunday afternoon.
Troy Jones and Capt. Ernest
Moore attended a football game in
Jacksonville Saturday.


Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Skipper and
sons Greg and Jeff of Panama City
were Sunday guests of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Skipper.
Mr. and Mrs. Dalbert Strange
of Panacea are visiting their par-
eats and grandparents this week,


Mr. -nd --Mrs. Edgar Strange in d-iamsea 4,n prayernby-y s.--iuAh wer-stso -pr-a-Ot. NOW, TIT-REFORE.-be- itr--rejc. ieKiirand-courage, duiiring this loag
l ilte City -and Mr. and .Mrs. P. 'l:rbiiuck 6 The meeting came to order at 6btired tat rthe oard t ulf County illnses of mine. I am glad in my
WIie C rd iMrs. J~aMb..rtt r aunlor G.A. 6 p.m. Commissioners of Gulf County, h a t er i ye a peop
._- _SLLtnmge There. ._Mrs.__DaIbert Junor__G.L...... .- TIe Clerk--urformed---the-Board Florida-.-do-hereby -requrest--arrd heartthalie-e is yet a people
Str.ange is the former Miss Sallie Th.e JTior G. A 's of the High- that the invoice from Raiy-Bruoki tuition ti- Fl.:.rida State Road BP...:ir L who have remembered they do not
Metcalf of Panacea land :lViw Baptl:t Cltii3h nri-t Machinery Co. Inc. for tb- B.i:.i to filo-at tie- en1 lii-t po-il.'e- d.,te have-a duty to anyone except they
Miss Winnie Williams of Panama Monday .a 4:30. Brenda Conley Er dragiut thathe d fr-ii tt t re nisu a e rti, t first have love.
City is visiting her sister, Mr. and a,lled ie- me-tirng to oiler and tle B ard accepted was "5.,' 1ba-. HighA, Oftiai~.i thai thie aLo-, I was sick and ye visited me. I
"Mrs. James Kelley. lithe ground .ang tlh.- ,r.t \ rse of .vhich is : 3Ja. u.t0 mor,: than ther ori-. ,_.ui,1. be dei-;zuanted and tLhat. co-. as in prison and ye came ,unto
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Griffin had tle ;.A iiymn iiani -.id ii-1 ,vatih. gtnal bid price: that the P..ard .-- .p.f thi .- resluti e ser t,: me. May God in His loving kind-
as thefr week end guests Mrs. Jim- word and allegiance. The detin- iged a claim against Gulf County Chairman of the Florida State Road ness ad tender mercy bless all of
for the am,)uut'as stated on the in-'Department and the other cities
:my Griffin, Misses Frances, Mar- al reading was taken from Acts oice and that all payments have 'and counties in the State of Florida you with that you stand in need
:g;aret and Joan -Pigott of Fort 26:17b-18a. There were six mem- e.i-u made. The Clerk thtn .li.-d 'concerned. of, both spiritual and natural.
1:_.--rs, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Griffin, bers present. The parts were givenn the Board if it knew any ia.i.'n 'Adopted this 28th day of October, Yours in bonds,
of Bloitstown and Pvts. Jimmy out fo rnext week. Brenda C,:,nle.y wy the extra $3u0.m.1 was Idd ed. 1958. (end) eDAVID W. SMITH
The Board ins.tructed teb Clerrl: t' The Clerk presented the County
Grliftn and Larry hIenry of Fort dismissed thec6ass with._prayer. n itabold 43t.r.1.10 froni the pa)ii met Commissionners annual report for
Suckerr/ .Ala., and Mrs. Eugene Norma Sue U,' $492.50 now' due R.ay-Brooks Ma- the fiscal year ending September CARD OF THANKS
Suaggs and sons of Lynn Haven. Junior G. A.s lhiuery, IncR., for tre trade-in price 30, 1958. After discussion report, To the friends of our beloved
-Clinton Cox, Jimmy and Gene The ,n GA's of t Hih- the One Yard drgline bucket the Board directed the lerk.to for- mother, cur heartfelt thanks for
C n i a o e Io G .'=A .s= -= "The Board did then approve pay-Iward said report to the Comptroller
spLnt Sunday in Sopchoppy. land View Baptist Church met Mon- meant of $186.50 for the one yard of the State of Florida. your many acts of kindness and ex-
Mrs. Luckie Borrow, Mrs. M. E. day, November 10 at 4:30. Linda dragline bucket, payable to Ray- There being no further business pressions of sympathy during her
Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gray called the meeting to order and we Brooks Machinery Co., Inc. to come before the Board, the recent illness and death. We are
of Carraelle and Mr. and Mrs. said the watchword and allegiance The Board directed the Clerkto meeting didthen adjourn. grateful to the doctors and staff of
e place the following names on the ATTEST:
Robert McEachern of Tavernier, and sang the first verse of our GA County Indigent roll, beginning this Georg eY. Core G. S. Croxton the Municipal Hospital for their
j-el tive pt Mrs Clinton Cox visit- hymn. We had six members present date, to-wit: Clerk Chairman care and kindness Your expres-
,.I here Sunday afternoon.-. and had two visitors. The name of Bessie Dykes, Port St. Joe, $12.00 -r sions of sympathy made our sor-
Baptist WMU---- the lesson for this week is "Bap- Mrs Jessie Simmons, *Port St. CARD OF THANKS row easier to bear.
The Highland View Baptist WMU tists Among Buddhists". The parts The Baord discussed the possibili- I take this means to express my Estelle and Tom Mosely
Imet at the church on Monday, No- were given out for next week. Lin- ty of digging a drainage ditch from humble thanks and appreciation o iGaston and Martha Dickens
Verib'er 3 for their business meet- da dismissed with prayer. Wescott Circle in Port St. Joe run- ,all you good people for the many Benjamin and Royce Dickens.
-dng.-The meeting was opened by Norma Sue ning into St. Joseph's Bay. It was thoughtful acts of loving kindness
decided that this project will be
*the president, Mrs. Ruth Harbuck. Highland View Lumnh Room Menu started as soon as possible. to my dear wife, and myself, also ,LONG AVENUE G. A.'s
The group sang the WMU song. .Monday, November 17 The following application for pipe for the beautiful flowers, and the MET MONDAY AFTERNOON
The watchword was repeated by Meat loaf, apple, pineapple and was approved: Huston G. Keith. many cards with .warm words of The G. A.'s of the Long Avenue
The Boarid voted to reject all bids D
the group followed by prayer by carrot salad, banana pudding, but- re Boardo October 14 for the con- ...,.,,,,, t__ .- --
Mrs. Belle DuBose. Scripture was tered bread and milk. create mixer and to repair the old
given by Mrs. Harbuck from the Tuesday, November 18 mixer.
October Royal Service prayer calen- ,Lima beans, turnips, blackberry Comm. Harden offered the follow-a r
dar. Reports were heard from all cobbler, buttered bread and milk. adopg resolutionand moved for itsm.
adoption seconded by C o mim.
officers. There were 10 members Wednesday, November 19 Strickland and duly passed:
present. The group was dismissed Pimento cheese sandwich, potato iRESOLUTION
with prayer by Mrs. DuBose. salad, fresh grapes and milk. WHEREAS, it has been proposed
WM U Meeting Thursday, November 20 designated from-Richmond, Virgin- THE EASY WAY
The WMU of the Highland View Blackeye peas, cheese. wedge, ia on th eAtlantic Coast to Panama
Baptist Church met on Monday eve- toss salad, collards, corn bread and City, Florida on the Gulf of Mex-
Baptist Church met on Monday eve- ico,and, WA H L
ning, November 10 for their regular milk. WHEREAS, the route traverses
Royal Service program. The meet- Friday, November 21 a route through a large number ofand IUBRICATI M
ing was opened by all singing, "0 Salmon loaf, English peas, spiced cities and towns not now served a LU IAN
For A Thousand Tby tongues To Sing, beets, buttered bread and milk. by a highway with a U. S. route
For A Thousand TXogues To Sing". number; and EACH MONTH ONLY
Scripture was taken from Isaiah MINUTES OF THr WHEFREAS, such a route would
35:10, Rev. 5:9-10, 15:3-4. The de- MINUTES O PH afford a better opportunity for in-
votional "Songs of the Ransomed" COUNTY COMMISSION dustrial growth, tourist develop-
was given by Mrs. Alice C~acomber meant, and provide a direct, safe
was given by Mrs. Alice Cacomer --- and modern highway from the City
program vice president. Mrs. C. L. WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA of Richmond, Virginia, to the Gulf Sign up now to have your c
Coker lel in prayer. Mrs. Richter, OCTOBER 28, 1958 of Mexico at Panama City, Florida; New Armstrong Tires us each month for this low,-.
Mrs. Roberts, Mrs Roney, Mrs. Thle Board of County Commis- and E
Price, Mrs Coker and Mrs. Watts WHEREAS, all the cities, namely -- 2 Conveniel
Price, Mrs Coker and Mrs. Watts sioners of Gulf County, Florida met Havana, Quincy, Bristol, Blounts- As low as $12.98
gave parts to the theme, "The Ran- this date in regular session with town, Wcwahitchka and Panama .o JUE
somed Shall Come With Songs", to the following members present: G. City, their counties and other in-' Plus tax and
show forth his salvation. 12 mem- S. Croxton, Chairman, E. C. Har- terested organizations in the Flor- Service Station
her were present. A short b. den, Sr., A. J. Strickland and Geo. ida counties affected have indicate St Joe Motor Co
bers were present. A short business W Cooper. The Clerk, Sheriff, At- ed their support of the routing and Recappable Tire at St. Joe Motor Co.
meeting was held. The meeting was torney, Road Supt and Engineer designation of such a U. S. High- Phone BAll 7-8611 foi
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Baptist Church met Monday after-
noon with fourteen members pres-
ent.
The meeting opened with the
group repeating the'" watchword
and allegiance followed by the
prayer chairman who led the group
in prayer for the -missionaries on
the prayer calendar. The program
was given with four members par-
ticipating.


The program was closed
prayer and announcements
made of coming events.
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'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.
HENRIETTA DANIELS COOK
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM DONALD COOK, JR.
Defendant
NOTICE TO: William Donald
Cook, Jr., whose place of residence
is Hartford, Connecticut.
On or before the 4th day of De-
cember, A.D., 1958 the defendant,
William Donald Cook, Jr., is requir-
ed to serve upon Benjamin H. Dick-
ens, Plaintiff's Attorney, whose ad-
dress is 303 Fourth Street, Port St.
Joe, Florida, a copy of and file with
the Clerk of said Court, the original
of an answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed against him herein for
divorce.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 4th day
of November, A.D., 1958.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court.
(SEAL) 4t-11-6


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





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years of social security employment ,
credits in the ten year period be-I
fore disability started, Carey added.
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disabled individual' have one and
one-half years of .credit in the three
year period perceding disability.
Severely disabled people who can
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If the individual is age 50 but un-
der" 65 monthly benefits may be-
come payable to him, as well as to
his dependents, Carey concluded.
The social' security office for this
area is located at 522 Mercer Ave-
nue, Panama City. The telephone
number is POplar 3-5331.

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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Jop, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, 83.00 SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 9, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-3161
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do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the' printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.

THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1958

MARIETTA CHAFIN NAMED men's Missionary Union at Baylor.
R!DGECREST CLUB OFFICER Miss Chafin is a senior at Baylor
WACO, Texas-Marietta Chafin, where she is majoring in English
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. with a minor in speech. She was
Chafin of 1310 Garrison in Port St. a 1955 graduate of Port St. Joe
Joe, has been elected secretary of High School.
the Ridgecrest Club at Baylor Uni- I----
versity. It is an organization of RUTH LYNN RAMSEY
staffers of Ridgecrest Baptist En- NAMED ASSN. PRESIDENT
campment. A Port St. Joe student at Emory
She is also a member of CHI's University in Atlanta, Ruth
Service Organization and th e
Young Woman's Auxiliary of Wo- Ramsey, has been elected president
of District Three of the Student
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THE STAR
PubIllahIed Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
W LsucT R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Ulnotr Operaur., Ad Man., Ioor Mqn, Oolumntat, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
ONE, YEAlR, .00 SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
IlUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
latered asM coesd-olam matter, December 19, 1917, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
rlorida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
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do not hold themselves liable for damage further thap amount received for such
The spoken word is given seant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
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The spoken word is lost; the printed word remain.


Bob Sikes Assures Local Group of

Adequate Defense.Program for Nation

Congressman Bob Sikes paid his annual visit to Port St.
Joe last Thursday, when at the invitation of the Port St. Joe Cham-
ber of Commerce, he spoke before a gathering of about 175 at
the Centennial Building last Thursday at noon. The Congress-
man appeared before the members of the Chamber of Commerce
and the various civic clubs of Port St. Joe.
Sikes told the group of some of
the trials, and tribulations of the most exclusively to turning out
Florida delegation in securing funds weapons for war. The Russian in-
to improve Port St. Joe's harbo-. dustrial machine does not have to
Sikes reported that the House had provide a car for every garage, a
flatly rejected the request for pub- refrigerator, stove, washing ma-


lic funds when it was first present-
ed them. Sikes gave praises to
Senator Spessard Holland for get-
The Golden Egg Laid For The Goose tingte approrationproed
And so the long-awaited report by the Arthur D. Little Co., the Senate and thus paved the way
of the results of a survey of Northwest Florida's industrial possi- for the ultimate approval of the
ability, again hits Port St. Joe over the head with the fact that project.
Turning his attention to the de-
the bustling little city along St. Joseph's Bay has a natural bonan- fense of the nation, the speaker
za in its natural deep water harbor -- but does nothing to ex- put the question before the au-
ploit its possibilities for greatness for the city. dience, "Why can't we have' a good
The indignation shown by the Apalachicola delegation at defense for $40 billion?" Sikes an-
the meeting Thuisday in Blountstown at which the report was swered his own question by say-
finally made public, would slightly illustrate how much that neigh- defense". Sikes asserted that the
boring city would give to have our facility. They are even think- Russians were not going to attack
ing in terms of endangering their world-famous oyster beds for the U. S. as long as we have our
such a facility. This writer thinks this is foolish, since we. think potential for retaliation. In allay-
that with as much energy devoted to the planting and exploita- ing fears that Russia was ahead
of us on defense, Sikes reported:
tion of Apalachicola Bay for the maximum in cultivation in that "You must remember that -the Rus-
body of water, the oyster business in Apalachicola could well sian industrial giant is not primar-
directly support up to about 5,000 people. The hit or miss method ily geared to turning out goods for
of oyster cultivation in the bay now, needless to say, comes a long their people. They are devoted al-
way shy of doing this now.
But to get back to Port St. Joe. We notice in the report Wednesday, November 19
Spaghetti and meat sauce, turnip
where the Little Company reports that the U. S. Army Engineers grSpaghettiens corn bread, carrot sticks,
say that the establishment of a deep water port at Apalachicola prunes and milk.
is not economically feasible (notwithstanding the probable danger Thursday, November 20
to the oyster crop) in light of the present deep water harbors Stew beef with vegetables, sliced
of Port St. Joe and Panama City. You will notice that Port St. tomatoes, banana pudding, wheat
Joe still has a rival for the lucrative possibility of handling the bread and milk.
ocean-going freight for the Chattahoochee-Apalachicola-Flint wa- ,Friday, Novmeber 21
Miullet fish, potato sticks, snap
ferway. Port St. Joe will get nothing so ripe as this plum, dropped beans, fruit ello, potato sticksrn bread nap
beans, fruit jello, corn bread and
in its lap for the asking. Port St. Joe must work for the good milk.
fortune to become this port.
Port St. Joe has one thing in its favor -- a head start--
on Panama City. Panama City, is at present expending its re-
sources on a waterfront project and marina. Supposing that they
will find it hard to raise the money to finance more water front
improvements, it would give Port St. Joe just a little head start
in providing the needed facilities here. We will say this about
Panama City and Bay County if Port St. Joe and Gulf County "'. '
sits around just a little too long, they will see Panama City walk .
away with the golden egg. We are the goose that has it, but .
Panama City may be the giant that takes the egg away.
Our harbor is becoming famous to everyone but us for
its possibilities in making the area grow.
We would say that it is high time that Port St. Joe quit
looking in every direction but the West in seeking its fortune and
turn its eyes and energies in a Westward direction to take ad-
vantage of this wonderful opportunity that has fallen in our lap.
Remember: Opportunity knocks but once, and we would say that
opportunity has given us a little more consideration by fairly I
beating the door down with opportunity. Will we grab it?


chine and luxuries for its families
such as the U. S. industrial giant
must do." I I
Sikes warned that the cold war
might continue for as long as 50
years, or even longer. "The Russian
has proven that he is patient and
that the American is urgent to get
on with the job. The question is,
can the Russians out-wait the
American impatience". -
Sikes warned of the dangers of
too much power for our Supreme
Court. He used as an example, the
most current integration crisis.
"Neither race wants our public
school system ruined, but the Su-
preme Court edicts are rapidly do-
ing this", he declared. Sikes report-
ed that in 32 out of 39 cases the
Supreme Court had ruled in favor
of cases involving Communism."
Sikes took a stab at ambitious
Senators by reporting that a bill
to protect state laws and rights had
been passed by the House by a big
majority. The bill was killed in the
Senate by a majority of one vote.
"Too many senators running for
President and Vice-President," the
Congressman quipped.
Summing up his address, Sikes
said that good Government is a full
time job by the citizens of the na-
tion. "It isn't enough just to vote
out an undesirable party", he said.
"The moral fibre of the people of


District Teaching
Mission for Methodists

The District Teaching Mission of
the Methodist Gulf-Calhoun Sub-
district s scheduled for November
18, 19 and 20, to be held at Wewa-
hitchka at 6:45 p.m., CST.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1958


The Methodists have secured as
leaders some of the best in the
conference.
Leading the adult workers will be
Rev. Syd Locke from Hartford,
Ala., and teaching the course, "Im-
proving your church school."
Teaching the youth workers will


the nation and a desire for good be Rev. Welton Gregory, Executive
government will result in good gov- secretary of Board of Education,
ernment", he concluded. i Montgomery, Ala., and teaching the
course, "Teaching Youth in the


church."
Leading the workers with chil-
dren will be Mrs. Robert Hagood,
Fort .Walton, and teaching the
course, "Guiding children in chris-
tian growth".
All officers, teachers and helpers
of the church school are urged to
attend the sessions.

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Expanded Hospital A Community Need
In our humble opinion, the City Commission and espec-
ially Mayor J. L. Sharit are to be offered the heartiest of con-
gratulations and our expressions of gratitude for their untiring
and at times seemingly hopeless task of securing for Port St. Joe
the hospital facilities that it so sorely needs. Not only have they
been able to provide funds for immediate needs, but they have
provided the means for securing enough hospital space and the
type of equipment that will serve the city for years to come.
Port St. Joe is growing, despite the set-backs of this past year in
business'-and paper mill operations. Since the hospital was over-
crowded six or eight years ago, it is evident that that facility
now needs expansion. And with the city growing, it only makes
good sense to expand to provide for future growth.
While we are handing- out bouquets, we would like to
hand an especial pretty one to Miss Minerva McLane, adminis-
trator of the hospital. Never has that institution operated so
efficiently as under her direction. We would also like to point
out that under her supervision, the hospital has operated longer
in the black that in all the years of its establishment.
Quite a feat, Miss Minerva, and we, the taxpayers, are
proud of you for it.
Not only is the hospital overcrowded but facilities for pro-
viding needed services are worn out. The proposed new con-
struction will provide a sorely needed new operating room fully
equipped and much other equipment needed at the hospital.
Every piece of equipment is antiquated many years hence and
worn out all except the x-ray machine which was purchased
three years ago.
We appreciate the Commission's efforts along these lines
to improve our community and we want them to know it.'

Legion Auxiliary Fixing Elementary
Vet Christmas Packages SchoolMenu

'Mrs. P. G. Hart, president, Mrs.
Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr, rehabilitation Port St. Joe Elementary 'School
chairman of the Willis V Row-an Monday, November 17
Unit 116, American Legion wishes 'Beef and gravy, buttered rice,
to thank everyone that donated ot- English peas, hot biscuits, jelly
ward the three lovely boxes of and milk.
Christmas gifts that were mailed Tuesday, November 18
this week to Lake City, Coral Ga- Hot dogs, with sauce, buttered
bles and Bay Pines Hospitals for corn, cabbage slaw, peach pie and
the disabled veterans to send to milk.
their families, every American Le-
gion Unit in the state sends these Madaleine E. Whitaker, secretary;
boxes every year that all veterans the veterans housed in Chattahoo-
may share in Christmas happiness. chee will be taken up. All members
The Unit's next meeting will be are urged to come and do your
November 18 when the party for part.


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in a car. The answer in 1959 comes from this
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SEE NEW CLEAN-DYNAMIC STYLING
DistinctiveMercury has exclusive body design;
it is the only car in its class that does not use
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No car in its class has more usable room. For
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Not just high horsepower-although Mercury
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quiet, obedient, effortless.
ENJOY NEW ECONOMIES
2 out of 3 new-car buyers can afford Mercury.
The big special is the Monterey with its new
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regular (not premium) gasit's like "riding
free" 10 miles out of every 100.
Add it up and you get everything you want
on wheels-the '59 Mercury. We invite you to
try this great car-at our showroom.


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Jr. High Footballers Swamp Haplass

Carrabelle Squad, 40-13 Tuesday

The Port St. Joe Junior High er saw action -in this contest. They
football team played their last will travel to Carrabelle next Tues-
home game Tuesday night against day night to play this same team.
the Junior team from Carrabelle.. Other boys that saw action and
The Junior Sharks made their fin- did a fine job were backs: Johnny
al appearance a pleasant one as Chafin, Paul Robbins, Tommy Wil-


they defeated Carrabelle by the
score of 40-13.
Playing without the services of
quarterback, Freddy Bowdoin, and
guard Robert Costin, the Junior
Sharks took a 21-0 half-time lead.
It was the quarterbacking of Our-
tiss Hammond, and the running of
Blaine Tharpe, Nelson Hall, Ches-
ley Fensom, Freddy Joines and ex-
cellent line play of Richard. Arnold,
Richard Thompson, Courtney Mar-
tin, David Nance, Larry Davis, Mi-
chael McKenzie, Joe Whaley, Tom-
my Grimsley, George Boyer, James
Gibson and Tommy Stevens that
gave the Sharks a 21-0 halftime
lead.
The Junior Sharks came back in
the second half and scored 19 more
points. Carrabelle scored their two
touchdowns on two well executed
reverses against the second team
boys. This victory gives the Junior
Sharks a 4-0 record with two out-
of-town games remaining.
Every Junior High football play-


liams, Robert Settlemire, Buddy
Kennington, Larry Griner. Line-
men: Frank Sarver, Gene Tindell,
Joey Barbee, Clifford Wimberly,
Bernie Buzzett, Sam Binion, David
Porter, Michael Carbonneau. These
boys have been doing a fine job
all season and should prove to be
real competitors in varsity sports.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1958


Durel Brigman Named To Head Local

Amateur Radio Emergency Network

Durel Brigman, K4RZM, P. 0. under simulated emergency condi-
Box 366, Port St. Jot, has been se- tions. His duties also include liai-
lected to set up an organization of son planning with the local chap-
Western Florida amateur radio op- ter of the American Red Cross and
erators prepared to furnish organ- other relief agencies, as suggested


ized -emergency communications in
time of disaster, ;It was announced
this week by Communications Man-
ager F. E. Handy of the American
Radio Relay League, national as-
sociation of radio amateurs.
Mr. Brigman's assignment, which
carries the title of Emergency Co-
ordinator, is to band together
members of the amateur radio ser-
vice in his community to perfect
arrangements for emergency radio
communication by hams in the-
event of natural disasters or other
emergencies. In addition to use of
normal station equipment working
from commercial power, amateur
stations use self-powered radio


in the. working understanding the
ARRL Emergency Corps has with
the national headquarters of the
American Red Cross and other
agencies. Liaison will be establish-
ed also with local protective ser-
vices, such as fire and police de-
partments and civil defense com-
munications will receive much at-
tention.
In announcing the appointment,
Handy pointed out that radio ama-
teurs have traditionally had the re-
sponsibility of being in constant
readiness to offer assistance in
time of need with ham-acquired
skill, emergency-powered transmit-
ters and a wealth of community


transmitting and receiving equip- spirit. "When sleet storms disrupt
ment as needed. Mr. Brigman, as telephone and telegraph service, or
ARRL Emergency Coordinator, floods isolate whole communities,"
will call local meetings of ama- the League's Communications Man-
teurs, establish common operating ager said, "it is amateur radio that
-procedures, and arrange' regular comes to the rescue with operators
drill periods when the hams' per- and self-powered equipment, often
sonal stations may be mobilized as the sole agency able to transmit


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Pictured above, left to right
are Marsha Carigll, Ann Fiebel-
korn, Rose Marie Harrelson, Car-
oline Ready and Carol Talbot, all
from North Florida.
Marsha is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Cargill of Port
St. Joe. She is attending Miss-


issippi Southern College at Hat-
tiesburg, Miss., where she is a
member of the famous Dixie Dar-
lings.
The members are selected from
all states on the basis f beauty,
talent, personality, social respon-
sibilities and scholastic ratings.


Marsha was also elected A.T.O.
Fraternity playgirl for the 1958-
59 year at Southern. She is ma-
joring in music and minoring in
physical education which includes
precision march and modern
dance.


messages calling on the outside a
world for aid for the stricken corn- oger Man Appoited Director
munity.
reT be prepared for this function Of National Paperboard Association
requires not only a highly organ-
ized program of preparedness lo-
cally," Handy continued, "but hams Roger L. Main, President, St. Joe


outside the disaster area must be;
prepared to act as outlets and relay
points for emergency "traffic. Plan-
ning and organization are neces-
sary in either eventuality and that
is the job Mr. Brigman is doing
for this area."

Kiwanis Club
(Continued From Page 1)
the coming year.
Cartledge was paying his last of-
ficial visit to the local club and
brought praises with him for their
activities of the year. Cartledge
praised the club's grade which was,
raised from an average of 63 at the
beginning of his tenure to an aver-
age of 86 now.
In his talk on several different
subjects, Lt. Gov. Cartledge gently
chided the local club for not rea-
lizing the full' importance of Port
St. Joe. "Many .Florida firsts have
happened right here in Port St.
Joe", said Cartledge, and went on
to name several firsts such as the
first railroad in Florida, the signing
of Florida's first constitution and
other such important items in the
history of Florida.
Cartledge talked briefly of the
1958 Kiwanis International Conven-
tion held in Chicago and gave his
impression of the immense pro-


Paper Company, Jacks d


Port St. Joe, has been re-elected
a Director of National Paperboard
Association.
A native of Middletown, Mary-
land, Mr. Main was employed by
the Hagerstown and Frederick
Railway Company until joining the
U. S. Air Corps during World War
I. He was then connected with the
Federal Railroad Administration
and in 1926 went with the Federal
Bureau of Investigation. In 1935
he became Assistant Treasurer and
Secretary of Almours Securities,
Inc. He moved to the St. Joe Pa-
per Company in 1936 and was elect-
ed President in 1951.


gram carried on there. '-
Guests of the club other than i ROGER L. MAIN
' Cartledge and Farior were Ernest
Ogles of Cottondale and Key Club- In addition to his connection with
bers, Joe Whaley and Blaine the Paperboard Industry Mr. Main
Tharpe. is Secretary to the Trustees of the
___ Estate of Alfred I. duPont; Chair-
man of the Board and President of
MrS. Irwin Hostess TO the Florida National Bank in Jack-
*Fift R ni-t ,ircle sonville; Director of the Florida
irst Baptist Urcle National Bank and Trust Company,
West Palm Beach; Director of the
Circle 2 of the First Baptist Florida National Bank, Pensacola;
Church met in the home of Mrs. Vice President and Director of Wa-
Roy Irwin Monday afternoon at kulla Edgewater Company, The St.
3:00 p.m. with seven members and Joseph Telephone and Telegraph
two visitors present. Visitors were Company; Silver Glen Springs Com-
Mrs. Jack Justice and Mrs. Madge pany and Florida National Realty
Graves. Company. He is Vice President and
Mrs. Irwin, circle chairman, Treasurer of the Apalachicola Nor-
turned the meeting over to Mrs. then Railroad Company, Edwards-
L. W. Cox, program chairman. iWartmann Company and Jackson-
The devotional was taken from ville Properties, Inc., and a Direc-
John 4:7-10. The topic of the de- tor of Hotel Markham, Incorporat-
votional was, "Seeking The Lost, ed.
and Mrs. Wesley Ramsey led the
group in prayer. Mr. Main is also a member of
During the business meeting the Jacksonville Chamber of Corn-
good reports were given by all merce; the Gator Bowl Association
chairmen followed with prayer by and the River Club and is on the
Mrs. J. J. Clements. Executive Committee of St. Lukes
Everyone enjoyed the social Hospital and the Advisory Council
hour. |of ,ri-'t Memorial' Hospital, and
--(-- the Jacksonville Symphony Associa-
I I tion.


Uaaioius Circle
Will Meet Today


There will be a meeting of the
Gladiolus Circle, today at 3:00 p.m.
in the home of Mrs. L. S. Bissett.
Jimmie Smith of Tallahassee will
be the guest speaker. His subject
will be, "Dried Arrangements".
All members of the circle are
urged to attend.










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