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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: February 26, 1959
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in awhile-Trade with
your home town merchants!
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
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TWENTY-SECOND YEAR


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ETAOIN SHRDLU
iy W *LE,6Y R. RAMSEY .

Look back through your old is
aues of The Star for several weeks
back. You will find that in prac
tically every Issue, there is news oJ
growth or proposed growth for
Port St. Joe.
And the possible coming of
natural gas to Port St. Joe will
not hurt things one bit.

We especially like this idea of a
home-owned project. We are too
prone to have disagreements with
absentee ownership of utilities or
services, when probably what we
disagree with, suits most -of the
territory served by a utility or ser-
vice. A home-owned corporation can
be run like the borne folks want it.
And if, by chance, there is a dol-
lar or two made on 'the deal, it will
help Port St. Joe directly, not Tim-
buetoo.

We've been reading about that
Tennessee school principal who was
forced t apply the rod to several
of "mother's little angels" to keep
order in the schools.
We agree with "Sandspurs" that
it the momma's had applied a lit-
tle more. applied psychology at
home on occasion, the school prin-
cipal could have saved his energy.

Andm of course talking about
schools brings us to the little get-
together held at the school house
Monday night, when the needs of
these institutions were forcibly
brought before those in attendance.
We Intend to either persuade lio
Representative of Gulf Couifty to
sponsor, or we will personally spon-
a bill In the 'Legislature to require
the tax collector to collect $15.00
per year from every family in the
county for use by the schools, re-
gardless of whether they are home-
btead exempt or not. In other words,
a minimum tax of $15.00 per year
on every family in Gulf County.
Of course there will need to be
some safeguards such as exemp-
tion for p-ople liv:iug on p. sJons
social security" or welfare and an
automatic repeal if any government
body 'attempts to raise the amount
without a, referendum.
Such a bill couldn't become law
without a referendum in' the'oun-
ty. In the meantime, mull the mat-
ter about in your own mind, con-
sider the need and then express



Young Demos Will
Meet Monday Nite

The Young Democratic Club of
Gulf County will meet Monday,
March 2 at the City Hall.
The meeting will be held at 8:00
p.m.
All members of the club or those
interested in becoming members
are -urged to attend. 'Dues are only
$1.00 per year.
The purpose of the meeting is
to elect officers for 1959 and plan
a program of service in the County.
.Delegates will be selected at this
meeting to attend the State Con-
vention.

Marion Parker Receives
Training At Fort Jackson

FORT JAOKSON, *S. C.-Private
Marion F. Parker, son of Mrs. T. E.
Parker, 229 7th Street, Port St. Joe
has been assigned to Company C,
5th Battalion, 1st Training Regi-
ment at Fort Jackson, S. C., for
eight weeks of basic combat train-
ing.
iUpon his arrival at Port Jackson,
he was issued clothing and given
a complete physical examination
and a comprehensive battery of ap-
titude teets to determine .the Army
duty assignment for which ne is
best titled.
As part of his basic training he
will be taught rifle marksmanship
under the Army's new TRAINFIRE
program.
In civilian life, Parker was man-
ager of Pylant's Men and Boy's
Store here in Port St. Joe.
His wife, Judy lives at 129 Hun-
ter Circle.

MRS. JAMES HARRISON
MAKES U of F DEAN'S LIST
Mrs. James Harrison of this city
was notified this week that she had
made the Dean's List at the Uni-
versity of Florida for the first se-
mester.
Mrs. Harrison was in the ,upper
flye percent of the class.


"WIT GT. JOE, FLOQRIDA


STUDENT COUNCIL WASHES CARS for CONVENTION MONEY


THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 26, 19


Start Procedure To

Float Bond Issue

The Gulf County Board of Com-
missioners met in special session
Friday night of last week to discus
floating a bond issue to finance the
construction of several road pro-
jects throughout Gulf County.
The bonds will be paid off with a
portion of, the county's share of
secondary road fund money.
Clerk George Y. C.'re read a list
of proposed roads to be paved un-
der the bond issue as follows;
Extension of Industrial Road in
Port St. Joe from Michigan Chemi-
cal Company site to State Road 71.
Streets in Port St. Joe.
First Street from U. S. 98 to Gar-
rison Avenue,.
Garrison Avenue from First
Street to Fifth Street.
Garrison Avenue from Fifth
Street to Sixteenth Street.
Extension of Fifth Street from
U. S. 98 to Yacht Basin.
'Resurfacing of Long Avenue from
First Street to Fifth Street.
Resurfacing and culvert of Six-
teenth Street from Constitution
Drive to Garrison Avenue.
Twentieth Street from Long Ave-
nue to Garrison Avenue.
Extension of 'Long Avenue from
High School to Niles Road.
Other Projects
Extension of 'Bay 'City Road 'to
Howard Creek.
Extension of Dead Lakes Dam
Road from lola to River.
The total estimated cost of all
of the projects is $691,000.00. The
Commission will attempt to float
a bond issue for $850,000.00 with
only $765,000.00 available for con-
struction. Since the costs of the
roads is only an estimate, 10% must
be kept in contingency and 1%
will take care of the cost of issu-
ing the revenue certificates.
Prior to passing a resolution to
the State Road Department request-
ing the issue, Jhiairman George
Cooper asked for comments from
the several visitors present at the
meeting. H. H. 'Saunders said that
the St. Joe Paper Company had no
objection to either the bond issue
or the roads to be surfaced.
,J. L. Sharit questioned the Com-
mission, on behalf of 'the City of
Port St. Joe, about several road
projects .in the City that was re-
quested for paving but was in-
formed that the State would not
pave the streets. Primary project
that be was Interested was the road
(Continued on page 11)

PTA FOUNDERS DAY
MEETING TONIGHT
The annual Founder's Day
meeting of the Port St. Joe PTA
will be held tonight at 8:00 p.m.
at the Port St. Joe High School.
The meeting will honor all past
presidents-of the PTA In Port:St..
Joe.
This will be a joint meeting of
the Elementary, High School and
Highland View PTA.


NUMBER 22


City Give Its ,ermission



To Se-ek Gas Franchise


Sharks Finish

Season With A

Loss To Wewa
LOS 1-0 Wr-9W A A


The Port St. Joe Sharks ended a lefeeDum n the Cityo


Members of the Port St. Joe state convention. pictured 4gove
High School Student Council are four of the boys, Glenn ,Alli-
good, Richard Thompson, Leonard
washed cars Saturday to earn gostin and Willie Daniell (left to
money to send delegates to the right) clean up a ear. The, boys


will wash cars this Saturday next
to the city hall beginning at 9:QO
a.m. The priqe is $1.00Q for a wash
and $4.00 for a wash and polish.


County Taking Steps To Put



$700,000 In Road Projects


CHURCH ATTENDANCE RECORD


Sunday
School
Highland View Baptl .. ..... .103
First. Barl, tit C tirrh .... ...... .. 2
Loh- Ave'-llli-v Baljli.tl Church .. 16A,
Fir.t M -.thl .dli Chlurri ........... ........151
Mexico Beach Methodist Churcb 25
First Baptjist Church. W'ewabltcLhka 150
Prebyteiariau Ch'urch-, Wewahitchka .. 26
White 'City Baptihit Church........ .9
Highland View M '.th-dist Church .... 55


Evening
Service
58
117
100
48
88
18
40
34


Worship
Service
314
441
289
289
38
229
184
104


St. Jamnies Etpi,:lpa (tChurch .......... -. 33 11 75
Presbyterian Chlurchi ................ 11 84
Oak Grove \ A-.seibly utf Cod ..167 31 310


Prelminary Approval of Government

Grant Received for Local Hospital


Dickens Gives Gas

Story To Kiwanis Club

Ben Dickens, local attorney gave
the Kiwanis Club a picture of the
proposed gas franchise in Port St.
Joe being sought by the St. Joe
Natural Gas Corporation, Inc.,.at
their Tuesday noon meeting.
Dickens pointed out to the club
that Port St. Joe was the only size-
able city oh the Gulf Coast that
is not now slated to be served by
natural gas. He avowed that this
would cost Port St. Joe industry
if allowed to remain so. He point-
ed to Pensacola and Milton as ex-
amples of his argument. "Those ci-
ties have had natural gas for many
years, and their industrial growth
has been phenomenal, with no small
part of that growth being because
of a natural gas supply".
Dickens warned that the com-
munity must move quickly to get
natural gas or be prepared to do
without its services for many years.
Dickens asked the Kiwanis Club
as individuals to throw their weight
behind the project. "The man in
the street packs more power toward
securing these things than any oth-
or force, so we are seeking your
aid in securing natural gas" Dick-
ens said.
Guests of the club were Frank
Ruckman and Gene Cox from the
Key Club; Bob Carter of Panama
City, Yates Ross of Montgomery,
Walter Devine of Hollywood, Calif.,
Horace Cotton of Southern Pines
and Ed Eells of Port St. Joe.


Ham Radios Have

Emergency Practice


Preliminary approval has been
given by the Department of Health,
Education and Welfare for federal
funds totaling $275,000 to expand
the local Municipal Hospital into a
40-bed institution. Mayor J. L. Shar-
it received a telegram' from Sena-
tors Smathers and Holland and
Congressman Bob ,Sikes Friday
that final approval of the funds had
just beei received.
The federal money will come
from the Hill-Burton act and will
be matched by money acquired by
the City of Port St. Joe through a
bond issue.
Mayor Sharit said the architec-
tural firm of Norman P. Gross and
Associates of Panama lCity had
.stated that construction on the hos-
pital could get underway within
three to four months after this ap-
proval had been received.


Rotary Sees "Power

People" Movie

The Rotary Club viewed the mo-
vie, "Power People", produced by
the Florida Power Corporation, at
their meeting last Thursday.
The movie showed the vast or-
ganization of the 2,000 people in
the Florida Power system that
furnishes power to 37 Florida
counties. The movie showed the
current expansion of the utility and
listed some of its accomplishments
since its beginning in St. Peters-
burg in 1897.
During the past 10 years the
company has more than doubled
its killowat hour output to match
the growth of ts territory.
The movie was presented by Bill
Buzzett and Bernard Wilson of Atp-
alachicola and Richard Porter of


Port St. Joe's Amateur Radio Port St. Joe.
Emergency Corps met for their Visitors of the club were Bud
regular monthly meeting Monday Wesson and Rodman Porter of Apa-
night to carry out an emergency lachicola.
exercise. -
Their test was carried on for an BABE RUTH LEAGUE
hour with one station being on WILL MEET TONIGHT
emergency mobile power. The Port St. Joe Babe Ruth
Participating were stations, K4- League will hold a meeting tonight
RZM, Durel Brigman; K4RZF, A. at 7:00 p.m. in the Elementary
P. Jackson; W4MGN, Harry Brew- 'School auditorium. This meeting is
ton; K4LQQ, Joe Atligood; W4ALN being held for the purpose of elect-
Tom Alsobrook and W4SGG, Pope ing ofifeers and other business that
Fendley. may come before it for action.


The Gulf County Education As-
sociation sponsored a dinner meet-
ing here in Port St. Joe Monday
night, presenting the problems of
the county school system to civic
leaders and tax payers in the coun-
ty. The meeting was held in the
Port St. Joe High School lunch
room with J. C. Traweek, president
of the GCEA presiding.
Five speakers presented the
school problems: Leroy Bowdoin,
principal of the Port St. Joe High
School; B.B, B.Scisson, county super-
visor; William Linton, principal of
the Wewahitchka High School; Hu-
bert Richards, principal of the
Port St. Joe Elementary School
and Tom Owens, Superintendent of


their stand at home this season
last Friday against the Marianna
Bulldogs, losing by a 38-36 score.
Port St. Joe, although out-re-
bounded to a small degree by the
Bulldogs, maintained a tight enough
defense to keep the score from
soaring out of reach.
In the first quarter Marianna
squeezed out a 3-2 lead over the
Sharks. The action of the first half
was typical of a St. Joe ball game.
The Sharks controlled the ball, nev-
er letting the opposing team take
the advantage of a fast break while
never passing up a chance for a
sure two points.
Bobb Munn led the locals with
seven points.
In the fourth and final quarter,
the Sharks switched from the tight
zone defense to a man-to-man style
but Marianna continued its scor-
ing rage and went on to take the
victory,
In the pre-varsity game, the
Sharks took a narrow 23-19 victory
from the visiting Bulldogs.
David Rich was high scoring man
for the Sharks with nine points.
The score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 2 8 4-26
Marianna 3 9 18 6-38
Scoring for Port St. Joe were:
Mitchell, 5; Smith, 4; Mussel'white
1; Munn, 7; Knight, 4; Wilder, 4;
and Barbee, 1. Others seeing action
were Dawson, Young, Alligood, and
Ohism. -
'Win Over Vernon
After 'losing for two straight
weeks, the Sharks managed to get
back in the win column last Sat-
urday by defeating Vernon by one
slim point. The Sharks took a 44-
45 victory.
-The Sharks trailed throughout
the game until the last quarter
when they bested the Wildcats to
win the game.
James Knight was high point man
for the Sharks with 13 points. Oth-
er scoring was as follows: David
Musselwhite 11, Jackie Mitchell 8,
.Edward Smith 7 and Bob Munn 6.
Wewahitchka Game'
Wewahitchka gained another vic-
tory over the Port St. Joe Sharks
Tuesday night, 41-36.
Port St. Joe was called on 11 un-
necessary fouls and ,29 lost balls to
practically give the game to Wewa.
Bennie Lister was high point man
for Wewahitchka with 15 points.
Ed Smith and James Knight paced
the Sharks with eight and seven
points respectively.
Score by quarters:
Wewahitchka 11 7 9 14-41


Port St. Joe


7 8 13 8-36


In Tournament March 4-7
Next Wednesday through Satur-
day the Sharks will participate in
the Group II, Class B Tournament
in Bristol. Participation in this
tournament will end the season for
the Sharks.


Representative

Cecil G. Costin

Sets Hearings

Representative Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., announced this week that he
would hold public meetings -n pro-
posed legislation, both of a local
and general nature, in Gulf County
during the month of March.
The first meeting will be held at
Highland View on Friday, March 6.
commencing at 8:00 o'clock p.m. at
the Highland View Elementaly
School.
The Port St. Joe meeting will be
held on Tuesday, March 10, at tae
City Hall, commencing at 8:'00
p.m. and the Wewahitchka meet-
ing will be held on Wednesday.
March 18, at the County Court-
house, commencing at 7:00 p.m.,
Central Standard Time.
Arrangements will be made with
interested groups at White City to
hold a meeting there during the
month o March of March which will be an-
i:ounced later.
Representative Costin said he
will be glad to meet with any in-
terested groups concerning propos-
ed lH--ihtlaiou at their convenience
during the month of March.
The Florida Leg. iialure will con
vene on -\pril 7 and all persons in-
terested in local legislation should
contact Rep. Costin during the
mouth of March of March o that such local
legislation could be publicly dis-
cussed prior to the session. All per-
sons are invited to attend these
meetings and express their views
on all issues confronting the legis-
lature in which they may be inter-
ested.



Wayne Taylor Takes

Step Up the Ladder

Second unit senior fullback Bob-
by Joe Galbreath, a Tenunesseean
who seems to carry a portable
black cat, was declared out of the
remaining sessions of winter prac-
tice for the lUniversity of Georgia
Bulldogs.
Galbreath received a broken rib
in scrimmage last week.
Galbreath's injury increased the
load for fullback convert Dave
Lloyd, who moved up to fill the
slot. Bill Godfrey, a Redshirt in
'58, moved into the second unit
backfield, and sophomore Wayne
Taylor of Port St. Joe took God-
frey's place on the third team.
Taylor, who was a four-letter
man with the local Shark football
team, made a good record for him-
self on last year's freshman team
with the Bulldogs.


rt St. Joe yesterday morning.
The company is seeking a 30 year
franchise to operate a gas system
in the city.
Several citizens were on hand at
tI'e meeting and expressed their
pleasure at the prospect of natural
gas coming into Port St. Joe.
Some of the visitors expressed
their pleasure at the company being
designed as a local concern with
stock to be sold locally.
The City began negotiations widh
the gas company Tuesday, Febru-
ary 17 at their regular meeting,
when the company made their ini-
tial bid for a franchise. 'Before call-
ing for a franchise election, the
City extracted the agreement from
the company that they would wait
no longer than 48 months before
providing gas to Port St. Joe should
their franchise be approved.
The City required the gas com-
pany to agree to keep the mains in
good repair, or the city could do
the necessary repairs at cost of
material and labor plus 50 percent
of the repair costs for penalties.
The franchise, should it be grant-
ed by the freeholders, would not
be an exclusive franchise to oper-
ate in Port St. Joe, as no franchise
received in the city can be an ex-
clusive operation.
The City went on to have the
first reading of an ordinance yes-
terday, calling for a franchise elec-
tion to be held on May 5. 1959. Only
freeholders may vote in this elec-
tion.
Representatives' of the gas com-
pany and the City Commission will
appear with the Houston Texas Gas
and Oil Company on or around
April 1, with the franchise ordin-
ance, to request the Federal' Power
Commission to allow the Houston
Company 'to run a gas line to Port
St. Joe. The Houston Company has
used up ail the moneythey applied
for on their initial construction.
They have now signed up several
more cities for gas and will go be-
fore the Power Commission oa Ap-
ril 1 on probably their only expan-
sion request to request permission
to furnish these new customers, of
which Port St. Joe will be one.


Albert C. Lupton

Is Taken By Death

Albert C. Lupton of Honeyville,
formerly of Port St. Joe passed
away Tuesday, February 24 at 1
p.m. at the Lake City Veterans'
Hospital. The body arrived here
late last night for funeral services
and burial in Jehu Cemetery In
Wewahitchka.
Funeral services were incom-
plete at press time yesterday.
Survivors include three brothers.
Arthur, Isbell and Osgood, all of
Port St. Joe.
Comforter Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.


Public Instruction in Gulf county, schools to use temporary quarters
Leroy Bowdoin began the discus- and to hold double sessions. "DUr-
sions by giving the picture over ing the course of a year, children
the nation and in the county in d
the need of classrooms. Bowdoin in double sessions will lose one
listed the present and estimated month of school, time", Bowdoin
population growth of the U. S. He said. He said that the U. S. is
said that the U. S. has grown by in need of 70,000 more class rooms
some 24% million people since the right now. Itt Florida alone last
1950 census with an estimate of year the pupil census increased
75 million increase for the next 25 87,000 pupils to a whopping 980,000
years. Youngsters and old people students.
aie spurring this growth with the Bowdoin hit at the low percent-
decreased birth mortality rate and age of the national income beis
the increased life span. spent for education. N'aiuionally. he
Bowdoin said that there are now 'said 2.6% of the income is kprit
2.3 million children for which "aere Ifor education with 2.5% of the per-
are no room in school class rooms |sonal income or 23% of the tax
-50,000 of these are in Florida. income in the state of Florida is
This lack of facilities is forcing (Continued On Page 7)


Commission Sets Referendum On

Franchise Question for May 5

The City of Port St. Joe granted the St. Joe Natural Gas
Company, Inc., permission to seek a natural gas franchise through


Meeting Held To Hear and



Discuss Needs of Gulf Schools


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Additional Display Cases Will Be

Furnished For Constitution Museum

The members of the St. Joseph which pertain to St. Joseph during
Historical Society wish to announce the, Territorial Period (1821-1845),
to the general public that an ar- are urged to contact Mrs. R. H.
raugement has been made with the Brinson at the museum.
Florida Board of Parks to provide Any items donated will be sub-
appropriate display caeds at the ject to approval by the officials of
local museum if an additional the Florida Board of Parks before
amountt of hitorial tems ca b they may be displayed. The items
collected, also become the property of the
All interested persons of this vi- State of Florida. We wish to point
cinity who have any artifacts, rel- out that they will not be removed
ics, pictures, books, documents. etc. frm this museum to another part of
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LONG AVENUE BAPTIST
CIRCLE TWO MEETS
Circle 2 of the Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church met last Tuesday morn-
ing at the home of Mrs. T. D.
Hutchins with six members pres-
ent.


Mrs. Bishop Feted
With Stork Shower
Mrs. Richard Bishop was guest
of honor on Thursday, February 19
when Mrs. E. R. DuBose, Mrs. Jean-
nie Johnson and Mrs, Velma Kass-
ler entertained in her honor at the
home of Mrs. DuBose.
The gift table was overlaid with
a white tablecloth and a decorated
stork box centered the table. Sur-
rounding the gift box was a circlet
o. azalea blooms.
Those attending the shower were
Mrs. Little, Mrs. Archie Floyd, Mrs.
Ralph Macomber, Mrs. Olen Roney,
Mrs. Joy Richards, Mrs. 0. Kelly,
Mrs. Ruth Harbuck, Mrs. J. Hall-
man, Mrs. 0. B. Roney, Mrs. Clau-
dia Roberts, Mrs. Clayton Asbell,
Mrs. Druscill aKeel. Mrs. Ralph.
Branch, Mrs. Clinton Peterson and
Mrs. Archer.
Those sending gifts were Mrs.
Maxine Coker, Mrs. Them a
Rhames, Mrs. Gus Thomas, Mrs. T.
E. Richards, Mrs. Addis Goodson,.
Mrs. Velma Kassler led a series
of appropriate games and Mrs. Bish-
op received a number of gifts from
her friends.
The hostesses served a tuna fish


A very interesting program on plate with cookies, coffee and hot
Alaska was presented. chocolate.



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rHE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1959


Elementary School
Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, March 2
-Corned beef hash, snap beans,
cabbage and carrot salad, white
bread, cookies and milk.
Tuesday, March 3
Oil sausage, blackeye peas, toss
salad, baked sweet potatoes with
pineapple sauce, wheat bread and
milk.
Wednesday, March 4
Hamburgers, rutabagas, sliced to-
matoes, onions and dill pickles,
prune's and milk.


white bread -and milk. ,
Friday, March 6
Macaroni Salad, turnip greens,
corn bread, fruit jello and milk.

New Shop
County Ranger H. A. Hardy, an-
nounced this week that the St. Joe
Tower, Florida Forest Service has
broken ground for a new shop at
the County headquarters. The new
building will be 24 by 72 feet.
The structure will have a con--
crete foundation with sheet metal
walls and top. The County Ranger
says that the shop will be equipped
in a modern and up-to-date manner
when it is completed.


Thursday, March 5 The new building will replace an
Pork chop suey, buttered spinach, old wooden structure now used by
rice, carrot sticks, devil food cake, the Forestry Department.


THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY





PRICES GOOD FEBRUARY 26, 27 and 28


Humes Ayers
Engagement Told
Lt. (USN Ret) and Mrs. Glenn
D. Humes, Altamonte Springs, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Dixie Karolyn, to Lt. Bill
Wayne Ayers, Ft. Belvoir, Va., son
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry 7. Ayers of
Port St. Joe.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Balboa High School, Panama
Canal Zone in 1955. She completed
her freshrian college year at Get-
tysburg College, Gettysburg, Pa.,
prior to transferring to University
of Florida. where she Is a senior
in "he college of education. She is
a member of Delta Gamma sorority
and was tops in her sorority schol-
astically with a 3.8 average last
semester.
Lt. Ayers graduated from Chap-
man High School, Apalachicola in
1952. He attended the apprentice
school of the Newport News Ship-
building and Drydock Co., In Virgin-
ia, until entering the university of
Florida in 1954. While at the Uni-
versity, Lt. Ayers was a member of
three varsity.football letters. Hte
the "Fighting Gators", receiving
was a member of the Theta Chi fra-
ternity and two honorary frater-
nities, Sigma Lambda Chi and Scab-
bard and Blade. He was also a
member of the "F" club. Lt. Ayers
received this bachelor's degree in
Building Construction in June, 1958.
He was commissioned in the U. S.
Army Corps of Engineers, upon
graduation, and is presently attend-
ing Basic Engineer Officer's School
in Fort Belvoir, Va.
The wedding date is to be an-
nounced later.


Gulf

Life
INSURANCE
COMPANY


S C. B. GREIF, Jr., Superintendent
r i i' l A0. I M. TAYLOR, Agent
S LAMAR HILL, Agent
t 221 Reid Avenue


A & P SMALL GREEN LIMA 16 Oz. Cans


Baptist Men Attend
Brotherhood Meeting
The,members of the Baptist Bro-
therhood of Port St. Joe went to
Apalachicola last Thursday night to
an Associational meeting, held at
the Apalachicola church.
The meeting was presided over
by T. J. Bush of Apalachicola,
president of the association. There
were 77 men present. The next
meeting will be held April 7 at the
St. Andrew Baptist Church,
Rev. Byron Roy of the Highland
Park Baptist Church was the speak-
er for the evening, speaking on
what men could do to help in simnul-
taneous revival and why men can
and should witness for God.
Thirty-seven attended from Port
St. Joe, White City and Highland
View.

YOUNG LAD MISSES
FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL
Little Rodney L. Herring, 12, was
downcast this week because he had
to miss his first day of school in
seven years. He was kept out of
the seventh grade classes Monday
due to a kidney infection. Rodney
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
Herring.
kdvertlsing doesn't oo*t-It PAYS

Thursday afternoons at 3:00 p.m.
All ladies are urged to attend.


BEANS


A & P GOLDEN SWEET 17 Oz. CANS

CREAM STYLE CORN


5 FOR



$1

4 FOR

59c


WHITE HOUSE NON FAT DRY INSTANT-9 3/5 Oz. Box


MILK


21c


SILVERBROOK PURE CREAMERY


BUTTER


63c


SUPER-RIGHT Fully Cooked 4 to 6 Lb. Avg.


PICNIC


35c


SUPER-RIGHT Lean Meaty Small Pork SPARE LB.



RIBS 45c


Suits start at $57.50
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U. S. GOOD BONELESS
CLUB


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10a ICream
69c


MARY ANNE HALF or WHOLE
HAM
ARMOUR STAR TRAY PACK
BACON


NO. 1 SWEET
POTATOES
FRESH BUNCH
SCALLIONS


LB.
89c
LB.
98c


LB.
49c


LB.
59c


PRODUCE JUST COULDN'T BE FRESHER THAN PRODUCE DISPLAYED IN OUR SUPER MARKET


8 LBS.
25c

100


. no matter how fancy the "fixin's,"' it's almost always the meat that makes the
difference between a really wonderful meal and ". .. just something to eat."
That's why it's so important that your meat be really good -- and why you
must be able to depend upon your market manager to provide really first
class meats for your selection. You will always find the best meats at
PIGGLY WIGGLY. meats that are 100% guaranteed to your full satisfaction.
To be sure, and to save consistently, shop .

Fa Grade 1gly
Fla. Grade A Med. EGGS doz 39c


LEAN MEATY SPARE
RIIBS


LB.


LEAN MEATY BOSTON
UTilS
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$1.79


3 LB. CAN

IRA mix


59c


LARGE SIZE

SUPER'

2 Boxes


CHARMIN FACIAL -- 400 COUNT
TISSUE
CHARMIN 4 ROLLS
TISSUE


LB.
39c


TENDER POLE
BEANS
TURNIP
ROOTS


.ISUDS


25


25c


19c
10c
1,00


CELLO PKG.
RADISH
RED BLISS
POTATOES


PLYMOUTH -- PINT JAR
Mayonnaise
TWIN PET
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STOKELEY NO.


2 CAN


FAG LONG GRAIN
RI .


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4 LBS.
1Oc

33c
12 CANS
$1
2 LBS.
39c
3 For

$1


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49c


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than his competitor who has his prices set for him. This man may not be acquaint-
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Better understanding not only brings you better prices, but courtesy and
aratefum-,es a :a. ni ,ny come from a man who owns his own business.


ICA WORTH 2 POINTS


3 TALL CANS

39c
IGA WORTH 3 POINTS
MAYONNAISE
FULL PINT
29c
IGA WORTH 3 POINTS


FIRST CUT PORK

CHOPS


GA. GRADE 'A' EXTRA LARGE


EGGS 4


Ivory 'Medium Size
SOAP


3 FOR
29c


Ivory Personal Size 4 For
SOAP 25c


NO. 2 CAN

33c
BROADCAST REDI 12 OZ. Can
MEAT 39c
BETTY CROCKER CAKE
MIXES
Yellow, White, Devil Food and
Honey Spice
3 Pkgs. 89c
WORTH 8 POINTS


46 OZ. CAN

29c


Drene Reg. 60c seller-now
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5 LBS.


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LB.


59c


IGA TABLE-RITE This Unit Worth 10 Points -- Tray Pack

BACON

*- $1.00oo
SUBER-EDWARDS FROSTY MORN
TENDERIZED SMOKED (Shank Half or Whole) LB.


HAMS 49'


FROZEN WHOLESUN ORANGE 5 CANS

JUICE $1.00


Camay RReg.
SOAP


3 FOR
29c


Liquid Reg. Size
J 0 Y 41c
Blue
CHEER
Lg. 33c


Ivory Large
SN OW


35c


Hershey Y2 LB.
COCOA 39c
Aunt Jemima Pan
CAKE MIX
Lb. Box 23c


THIS UNIT WORTH 3 POINTS


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LB.

35c


DOZEN


Ivory Large Size
SOAP


2 FOR


Zest Reg. Size 2 FOR
SOAP 29c
Zest Bath Size 2 FOR
S 0 AP


2 for 39c


Camay Bath Size 2 FOR
SOAP 29c
Ivory Reg.
Ivory Liquid 43c


Comet Reg. Size 2 FOR
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2 for 37c .


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GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE
FRESH GREEN HEAD


CABBAGE
BUY ONE HEAD --THEN F
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U. S. NO. 1 WHITE

POTATOES 0o 29c
FRESH GREEN
BEANS % 35c
FRESH CALIFORNIA CRISP LG. STALK
CELERY 10c
VINE RIPE CARTON

TOMATOES lOc


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MACHINE
or ATLAS VACUUM
CLEANER
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win--
DRAWING FEB. 28


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10c


IGA WORTH 2 POINTS
PORK and

BEANS
NO. 300 CAN
lOc
THIS UNIT WORTH 8 POINTS



NO. 303 4 CANS

59c
SUNSHINE
Saltines
LB. BOX
29c
PECAN
Sandies
LB. BAG
49c
NABISCO 12 OZ.
RITZ
29tz


CENTER CUT

PORK CHOPS
U. S. GOOD BEEF ROUND LB.
STEAK 79c
U. S. GOOD HEAVY BEEF -- CHUCK LB.
RO AST 49c
IGA TABLE-RITE 12 Oz. This Unit Worth 6 Points 2 FOR
FRANKS 89c


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HE: STAR; Port St. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1959



ITHE STAR
Pubtlietd Every Thursda At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By he Star Publishing Conipmy
WssuEr R. A i Editor and Publisher
Alae twpe Operator, Ad Man, Floer Man, Golumnist, Reporter, Prooft Seter
and Bookkeper
ONE YEAR 13 SIX MONTHS .Y THREE MONTHS $127.50
wiC RIPTIONS INVARIS LY AYABLE IN ADVANCE
atred as Omd-dasa matte. December 1, 19 at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-3161
TO ADVBTISERS--Tn Base of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
St ol ves liable f e further than amount receed or rther mon receiver
spokeS word tis gitn scant attention; the printed word os thoughtfully
wbghd. The spoken word barely aserts; the printed word thoroughly convince.
TM spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By EVELYN SHEALY
Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley spent
the week end in Bonifay with the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. S.
Sapp.
L. P. Ray and his daughter, Miss
Minnie Ola Ray, made a trip to
Panama City on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Lonsford
of Pensacola, spent the week end
with the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lonnie Gay. *
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Nation and
Mrs. Ross Stripling of Wewabitch-
ka, spent Sunday visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Connie Gay and family.
Mrs. Alan Cline of Panama City,
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.


J. T. Campbell on Monday.,
Mr. and Mrs. Everette McFarland
And their son, Pat, attended a birth-
"day dinner last Tuesday in Blounts-
town, given in honor of Mrs. Mc-
Farland's mother, Mrs. L. T. Fields.
Mrs. H. D. Levins adn her daugh-
ter, Regina, spent Sunday in Bon-
ifay visiting with friends and rela-
tives.
Mrs. Mary Spears returned to her
home in Blountstown, after spend-
ing two weeks with her son, Char-
lie Spears, and his family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. 'Ray, of Al-
tha, were the guests 'of Mr. and
Mrs. L. P. Ray and family on Sun-
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Anderson of
Chipley, visited the former's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Anderson
over the week end.


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

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) _- 7:45 P.M.

S"Come and Worship God With Us"


RADIATORS:


REPAIRED and RECORD
CLEANED, FLUSHED


STARTERS and GENERATORS
REPAIRED and EXCHANGED

PATE S SHELL SERVICE


Phone BAII 7-9291


223 Monument Ave.


Mr. and Mrs. Dan Creamer visit- guest this week her daughter and
ed their daughter, Mrs. Howard El- family of Denver, Colo. Mr. and-
Uson, and her family in Perry on Mrs. Donald Gene Swan and sons,
Sunday. Donnie and .Bobbie..
Mr. and Mrs. James Lovette, and Mr. and -Mrs. James Williams and
their two sons, Ricky and Terry, daughter oLDotban, Ala spet the
and Mrs. Lovette's brother Charles week end with their parents, Mr.
Lewis, spe-t Sunday' in .Vernon, and .1ra J .:[,a rimr(:r. .
visiting theit parents, and: grand- Visiting Re\. and Mrs. W. B. Hol-
parents, .S and -Mrs Richard -etid are thbeir.cbildre.i, Pt. Grover
Lewis. Loe Hollar d of Fort 'Belvoid, Va.,
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brewton and J. D. HoHapd of Lay-nett,. Ala., T.
their son Harry, spent the week end J. Holland, Columbus, Ga., M rs. Ju-
in Tampa. They attended a church lie Lee Ellis of Phenix City, Ala.,
convention while there. Bro. Thom- and R. D. Holland of Macon, Ga.
as Jolly of St. Louis, Mo., was pres- Rev. Holland is in. he Municipal
ent at this meeting, hospital where he underwent sur-
A district Sunday School Rally gery. All his friends wish him a
was held Tuesday evening in the speedy recovery.
Assembly of God Church at Oak Mrs. Emline Rich and children
Grove. The Sunday Schools repre- and her mother, Mrs. Cook, visited
sented were: Wewahltchka, Apala- Mrs. Rich's son and family in Ev-
chicola, Highland View, White City erglade City last weke, Mr. and
and Oak Grove. Mrs. Sany Rich.
We are sorry to know that Mrs. Mrs. Ralph Branch aild children
Hubert Harrison is ill in the Muni- attended the Sheffield reunion in
cipal Hospital, Her many friends Albany, Ga., Sunday.
wish her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Willie Enfinger spent the
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gunkin oq;Gor- week end in, Fort Walton Beach
do, Alabama, visited Mr. and Mrs. with her daughter and family, Mr.
Bill Walters last week. and Mrs. Willard Cooper and son.


NEWS FROM
Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
Mr. and Mrs. Will Boy Kendrick
and daughter of Pensacola and his
wife's mother of France visited
Mrs. Clinton Cox recently.
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
sub-district meeting consisting of
young people from Altha, Blounts-
town, lHoneyville, Wewahitchka,
Port St. Joe and Highland View
will meet next Monday night at
7'30 here at the Highland View
Methodist Church. A good program
is planned and there will be fun
and fellowship. The public is ex-
tended a cordial welcome to come


ed relatives in Washingtoff and
Holmes counties last week.
Stork. Shower
Mrs. Peavy Mims honored Mrs.
Dan~Hatfield, Jr., with a stork
shower at her home on Friday ngiht
at 7:30. Assisting Mrs. Mims were
Miss Mary Williams. The home was
dec,'rated withlcamellias and white
spirea and ie-n riEncircli-g the
iInch .bowl v..'; pi'nk camellias and
fern. Th,:s.-' ljTh 'rinr Mrs. 1Fatfield
were Mesdames-A. L. Knight, Ruth
Williams, Neil Patterson, Patsy
Patterson, Mae Creamer, James,
Lovett, Hermag Stripling, Mrs. At-
kinson, Billy Branch, Sherry Wil-
liams; Bill Lee. Those sending gifts
were Mrs. L. H. Kelly, Mrs. Sharon
Kelly, Mrs. Bill Weeks, Mrs. W. C.
Forehand, Mrs Hudson, Mrs. Kath-
erine Brown and Bobby, Mrs Dan
Hatfield, Sr. Refreshments of punch
cake, potato salad, crackers were


served. The honoree received many.
beautiful and useful gifts.
Baptist Circle Meetings
Circle One met in the home of
Mrs. Jessie Hallman in Oak Grove,
Mrs. Roney gave the devotional tak-
en from Luke 10:1-2 followed by


Mr. and Mrs. Royace Butts and prayer. The program, entitled "Co-
daughters spent the week end in operative Program" was given by
Southport with Mrs. Butts' parents, Mrs. Roney in the absence of the
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Barfield. program chairman. Each committee
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Collier of Jack- chairman gave their report. After
sonville visited with her parents, the business the group was dis-
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Coker for the missed by the WMU president, Mrs.
week end. Harbuck. There were four mem-


Pfc and Mrs. Jennie Griffin of
Fort Rucker, Ala., visited his par-
ents over the week end, Mr. and
Mrs. Curtis Griffin.
Mrs. Barbara Weeks of Wewa-
hitchka is visiting her sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Jeff Duval.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hewett vis-
ited Wednesday and Thursday in
DeFuniak Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Workman
and children of Fort Benning, Ga.,
are visiting Mrs. Workman's par-


and back the young people, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Logue.
Mrs. Mae Creamer had as her Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chestnut visit-



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bers and one visitor present. Deli-
cious refreshments were served
by the hostess.
Cicle 2-met- at the home of Mrs.
Lorene Kennedy with five mem-
bers present. The program was giv-
en by Mrs. Coker on stewardship.
Scripture was taken from Malachi.
Prayer was led by Mrs. Edna Floyd.
Mrs. Alice Macomber gave the pray-
er calendar, followed by prayer by
Mrs' A. D. Roberts. The hostess
served delicious refreshments.
G. A. Meeting
The Junior G. A. of the Highland
View Baptist Church met Monday
at 4:30. The devotional reading was
taken from Isaiah 65:1-5. Brenda
Conley called the meeting to order.
There were eight members present.
The name of the lesson for this

Don't Throw Your Old
Shoes Away .
Bring them to us and let us
fix them like new.
RUCKMAN

Shoe Repair
225 REID AVE.


Vet Officer
ere March 2

Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Preston L. Nicholas,
Assistant State ?TV -r.- Officer.
Nicholas will visif-this area next
week for the purpose of helping vet-
erans or their dependents in filing
claims for Comnpensation Benefits
or solving their insurance problems.
This free service includes assist-
ance to employers, of veterans un-
der the GI Bill, Vocational Training,
Subsistence or other problems.
During his visit in this area Nich-
olas may be contacted at the City
Hall Monday, March 2 at 8:30 to
9:30 a.m.


week
box".
class


was, "A. Missionary Match-
Linda Graham dismissed the
with prayer.
Norma Sue Peteron, Seae.


Long Avenue
Circle 4 Meets

Circle Four of the 'Long Avenue
Baptist Woman's Missionary So.
city met Tuesday evening in the
home of Mrs. Billy Barlow. After
the group had repeated the watch-
word, an: interesting program on
Alaska, Fabulous .49th State, was
presented." .
After the business session, the
hostess served refreshments to Mrs.
Alene Leggett, Mrs. Glenn Basham,
Mrs. A. P. Martin, Mrs. James C.
Traweek, Mrs. H. F. Hall, Mrs.
Wesley R Ramsey, Miss Alma Bag-
gett, and one visitor, the WM'U
president, Mrs. A. P. Jackson.
HOSPITAL 'AUXILIARY
WILL HAVE MEETING
The Hospital Auxiliary will hold
its annual meeting Tuesday, March
3 at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs.
Joe Hendrix.
All members are urged to attend.


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.

NOTICE
Pursuant to the provisions of Ordinance No. 174X adopted by the
City Commission of the City of Port St. Joe at the Regular Meet-
ing of February 3, 1959, it is determined that the present set of
registration books of the City of Port St. Joe are antiquated and
contain the names of persons who are now removed, deceased, or
illegally registered, therefore effective February 4,. 1959 a new
complete set of registration books has been provided by the City
Commission for the re-registration and registration of all qualified'
electors residing in the City limits of the City of Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida. The new Registraiton Books will be open at the office of the
City Clerk beginning on the 4th day of February 1959 and shall re-
main open for re-registration and registration of all qualified elec-
tors within the City between the hours 'of 9:00 o'clock A.M. and
12:00 o'clock A.M. and from 2:00 o'clock P.M. and 5:00 o'colck P.M.
Monday through Friday and from 9:00 o'clock A.M. until 12:00
o'clock Saturdays each day, Sundays and holidays excluded until
ten days prior to the holding of any Municipal election. The next
Regular Municipal election for the election of two City Commis-
sioners will be held on April 7, 1959, therefore the Registration
books will close at 12:00 o'clock A.M. Saturday, March 28, 1959. All
persons who are 21 years of age and have been residents of the
State' of Florida for one year and have been residents of the City
of Port St. Joe for six months will be qualified to register as elec-
tors of said City. This is a complete new registration of electors.
Therefore any persons Who have registered prior to February 4,
1959 will be required to re-register on the new registration books
of the City between February 4, and March 28, 1959 between the
hours above mentioned. Failure to register or re-register will
result in disqualification to vote in the next Regular Municipal
Election Primary of April 7, 1959.
R. Wty HENDERSON,
City Auditor and Clerk


FREE! FREE!
17 inch General Electric

TELEVISION SET

and 16 Piece Set of

PLASTIC DISHES

TO BE GIVEN AWAY
Saturday night, March 7

Be sure to register when you visit our store
Winners for last week's drawing were Hu-
bert Pickron, Newton Blount, Tom Byrd,
W. D. Lewis and Mrs. Joe Davis.

Specials For February 26, 27 and 28


McCOR MICK'S


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Highland View, Florida


Morning-Chevy panel hustles over causeway to St. Petersburg.


Chevy panel steps lively in Florida... runs day

and night, delivers 19.3 miles per gallon!


This '59 Chevy panel is on the go, morning, noon and
night; it .covers as much as 587 miles a day ... runs.
so constantly that its engine never cools off com-
pletely. Yet Mr. Clark Farber, the Tampa Tribune's
circulation manager, reports that the truck is de-
livering 19.3 miles per gallon!
This year, the light-, medium- and heavy-duty
trucks of the 1959 Chevrolet Task-Force fleet are
out to whip anything that comes their way-and
they've got what it takes to do it!


Take the panel pictured above, for example. Pow-
ered by the '59 Thriftqaster 6 with new economy-
contoured camshaft, it's building a sensational econ-
omy record, despite the sizzling pace of its work.
That's typical of the way Chevies of all sizes are
turning-to on the most challenging jobs in America.
The way they're made, with tough-built truck com-
ponents, they make the hardest hauls look easy!
If you have a job that puts a truck on its mettle,
see your Chevrolet dealer!


No job's too tough for a Chevrolet truck!


See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer



FLOYD CHEVROLET Co.


PHONE BAH 7-281 401-WILLIAMS AVE.


Port St. Joe, Fa.


GA. and ALA. GRADE 'A'



FRYERS
LIMIT 2 AT SALE PRICE


2 FOR



$1


Lake Talquin or Primrose 3 LBS.


Sausage $1
Small Meaty SPARE LB.


RIBS 41c

Red and White 3 LBS.


Shortening 69c

Red and White Tin, Pure LB.


COFFEE 69o
10 Oz. Frozen 5 FOR


Strawberries $1


GA. and FLA., GRADE A' Large


EGGS


LARGE $1.00
2 Doz.
MED.
2 Doz. -oaf


Red and White Canned 8 FOR


MILK $1
Red and White 12 Oz. Strawberry 4 For

Preserves $1

Red and White 12 Oz. Peanut 8 FOR


BUTTER $1
Red and White Toilet 12 Rolls


TISSUE $1
Red and White 6 Oz. Instant


COFFEE


79c


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K- g IThe State vs, Wilmer E. Thurs-
Cases B gh Before C U Uay,who is charged with t lar-
ceny of five automobiles on Decem
Judge Fitzpatrick Sets Trial for June be 28, 1957.Thur a'or
Silasnce. Stone moved for cnt the proecu-
ance for the term, but the progecu-


Monday morning of last week at of the judge and the prosecuting
the court house In Wewahitchka, attorney, J. Frank Adams, Fitzpat-
Judge W. L. Fitzpatrick, of the 14th rick scheduled no case for trial eiu-
Judicial Circult, convened the lier than Tuesday morning, June
spring term of circuit court in Gulf 23, 1959.
County and sounded the docket. Instructed by the court, the clerk
Normally cases brought before of circuit court, George Y Core,
the bar for arraignment are ached- entered upon the record the follow-
uled for trial the 14ame month. ing criminal and civil cases, though
However, because of the work load not in this order, and trial dAtes:



HALL'S LAUNDRY
and DRY CLEANERS
107 SECOND STREET

TELEPHONE 7-5996 for PICK-UP and DELIVERY


Fluff-Dry and Wet Wash Laundry
Complete Dry Cleaning Service
Owned and Operated by

Drew B. Hall and A. H. Fletcher


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 7:80 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Comer Long Avenue and 16th Street


I VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


Port St. Joe, Phone
Florida H4 At e 4" BAll 7-446 f

Hrs. 9 to 3:30, Noon Wed. & Sat.


tor opposed the moved. The court
agreed with the prosecutor and set
trial for June 23, 9:00 a.m.
The-State vs. Will Thomas, who
pled not guilty to a charge alleg-
inrg him to have committed a crime
against nature upon a minor, on
September 21, 1958. Trial is set for
June 24, 9:00 a.m.
The State vs. Fern Burgess and
Paul McReynolds, now serving 30
days on a dunkenness count, who
were charged with living together
as man and wife in a state of adul-
tery, inasmuch as the man has a
wife. Both pled not guilty to the
charge brought on January'31, 1958,
and trial was set for June 25, bond
at $250 each.
The State vs. Buford Baker, a Ne-
gro who, on January 31, 1959, was
charged with larceny of a truck
belonging to Ernest Williams. De-
fendant pled not guilty, was re-
leased under $500 bond, and had his
trial set for June 26.
In the case of the State vs. Thoy
Gay and E. S. Deese of Port St.
Joe, bond was estreated when the
defendants did not present them-
selves. Charged with grand lar-
ceny (Skill saw and electric drill),
and under $500 bond each, both
men were ordered to be picked up
immediately, as the court executed
a capias.
The case of the State vs. J. B.
O'Brian was continued to the next
term. O'Brian is charged with op-
erating a gambling house and pos-
sessing gambling equipment at the
Dolphin Club located several miles
north of Port St. Joe, on Highway
98, on March 14, 1958.
In it case against J. L. Alford,
who was charged with the unlaw-
ful practice of medicine, the State
moved for nolle proseque, which
the court granted.
On the civil docket one case is
scheduled for June 25, 9:00 a.m.,
that of the St. Joe Loan Co. vs.
Whit Pickeron involving a suit on
a promisory note.
Prosecutor J. Frank Adams re-
ported to the court that he had
completed his investigation of the
early Sunday morning, February 1,
1959, slaying of Earl Gainey by
Thooper Travis Aplin, and that he


James' Gems.
by JAMES STAFFORD


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At the Bus Station

HOT DOGS
6 for $1.00

HAMBURGERS
5 for $1.00


$4.50 per load
$4.00 per load


BUILDER'S SAND
LESS THAN 10 CUBIC YARDS $3.50 per cu. yd.
10 CUBIC YARDS or MORE $3.25 per cu. yd.

N Truck Rental and Dozer Rental -


Tractor with Harrow and Tiller _-- $5.00 per hr.

GRAVEL

10 CUBIC YARD LOADS -- ........ $7.50 per cu. yd.
In Radius of Three Miles of Port St. Joe



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See how Mercury cleans the wind-
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higher the windshield goes (you can
see overhead signals without duck-
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down over the cowl to the road close
ahead. Only Mercury has this won-
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Doors are 6" wider, 9" more knee
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CITIZENS FEDERAL solicits your Savings Account,
Savings Earnings rate 3/2% per annum, compounded or
paid in cash June 30th and December 31st.
Available when needed.
If you cannot come in person, MAIL Citizens Federal your
Check, Money Order or Cash for an INSURED SAFE
Savings ACCOUNT.
You will be pleased with the way your savings business
is handled.
SAVINGS received by the 10th of any month
earn from the 1st of that month


citizens L e dral at ings
and Loan 3150018t0 of Port st. Joe


LESS THAN 10 LOADS
10 LOADS or MORE


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fhi. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1959 The Episcopal Young Churchmen- Wednesday, March 4. 4:15 -fm.
no meeting. They are going to St. Junior Choir rehearsal. 7: SOp.m.,
could find no grounds for any crimi- ST. JAMES' CHURCH John's Wewahitchka for the Cele- 'Evening Prayer with an instruction
nal prosecution or further investi- EPISCOPAL ration of' the Holy Communion, on prayer.
gation. He requested that this find- V. 7:00 p.m. (CST) The Celebration Thursday, March 5. 8:00 p.m.
ing be entered in the record, to Rev. G. D. Undetriil, Vicar of the Holy Eucharist and sermon Vestry meeting.at the Parish House.
which the court readily agreed. Third Sunday in Lent. March 1. at St. Johln's Church, Wewahitchka.
7:30 a.m,, Celebration of the Holy Monday. March 2, 3:30 p.m. The ~, "-qin
Having eounlded the docket, the Eucharist, 9:45 a.m., Church school. Episcopal Women of St. James'
Judge declared court in recess un- 11:0 a.m..Celebration,of the Holy Church will meet at the Parish JOB PRINTlNG
til June 23, 1969, unless there occur Eucharist and sermon. This is the House. 3:15 p.m., The Confirmation J0 :UIUUw
further call. Family Service. Please bring to.: Ci:-:> for youth.
children and attend church as fam- T Phone 7-3161
Want Ads Ge Resuf, ilie. The children -will receive a Tuesday, March 3. 7:30 p.m. Sen- Phone 7-3161
Want Ad -Get esu~sblessing at the Altar Rail; 6:30 p.m. ior choir rehearsal..-


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Phone 7-4431 or 7-2552


Port St. Joe, Floridar


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STm- JOE MOTORi








rHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1969 table.
Richards "also spoke of the low
ads Schools lary of the Speritndent of
PublicInsatruction, which also kept
(Continued From Page 1) (Continued from page 1)
from 'Highway 98 to the City Docks. being used for education, the salary of the teachers low. He
recommended for his organization,
Upon approval by all interested B. B. Scisson emphasized the that the Superintendent's salary be
parties, Commissioner Coleman need of the county to provide new set by the county and not the state
Tharpe made the motion that the construction money. He reported and that the minimum teacher sal-
Commission send a resolution to that the state now puts up $200 per ary be set to attract-well qualified
the State Road Department request- each pupil increase for the year for teachers to the Gulf county system.
ing the bond issue and the approv- the purpose of building new school William Linton told the group of
al of the above named roads for rooms. This money must be Muat.b- overcrowded condition in Gulf
paving. Commissioner Harden sec- 'e dollar for dollar by the county county and throughout the state.
onded the motion and all voted or the money returns to the state. He said there were 1900 overcrowd-
AYE. Scisson said that the bill providing ed classrooms in Florida. He charg-
'59-'60 Road Program this money goes out of existence ed that overcrowded classrooms
The Commission also included a this year and -urged citizens' sup- penalizes the student by limiting
resolution asking for the paving of port of getting the bill renewed, individual attention to the student.
several road .projects with the avail- Hubert Richards spoke on the He recommended that not more
able secondary road fund money need for adequate teacher's salar- than 30 students 'be assigned to
during this year. les. Richards listed the starting a class for the best results.
The projects listed and their pri- salary in the Gulf 'County schools Suerintendent Tonmmy O'wens
ority order are as follows: as $3,650.00 per year. "This is just summed up the .program by talking
From Wewahitchka .to Cochran about what common labor at the of Gulf county's problems only. He
'Landing (provided right of way is paper mill receives", said Richards. listed increases of the schools
available). Richards cited the recent salary which have grown by 10% over the
Prom U. S. 98 to Jones Home- increase in Gulf county stating that last five years in enrollment. He
stead. p prior to that time many sub-stan- said that two negro classes are be-
From U. S. 98 to Port St. Joe dard teachers were hired in the lo- ing held In churches in Port St. Joe
Negro Cemetery with parking area. :.'1l schools because of the salary and one class in Wewahitehka is


We Proudly Announce




Mr. T. D. Hutchins


WILL BECOME GENERAL MANAGER

of Our Company


Effective Monday, March 2




Floyd Chevrolet Co.

Phone 7-2221 Corner Williams and Fourth


BOAT CLUB OFFICERS-Picture
right, Dr. William Wager, Direci
Smith, Commodore; Roy Gibson

being field in the American Legion
building.
Owens said that all the schools
were more -than filled to capacity.
"With the growth of industry in
Port St. Joe and the promise of
up to 10i) new families by next year
what are we going to do next year
for class rooms?"
Owens stated that the county
still has a two mill lee-way that
can be levied for the schools which
will bring in about $25,000 to match
with state money for new class
rooms. .
Senator Bart Knight then gave
a short address of the law makers
side of the school problem. He ask-
ed for more consideration for the
retired teacher. He said that some
retired teachers are now receiving
as little as $39.00 per month and
proposed that the minimum be
raised t '$100.01 .per month.
Knight listed some of the things
that should be" corrected in the
university level. drawing special
attention to recent investigations
of college personnel He also drew
attention to 'out of state students
who come to Phliida and establish
residence to get free tuition in
state-supoprted institutions.
'Knight urged that the PEA back


d above are the new officers for the St. Joe Boat Club who will serve during 1959. They are, left to
tor; Harold Odom, Director; Pat Sh annon, 'Director; J. Lamar Miller, Vice-Commodore; John Robert
, Jr., 'Director and Bill 'Bowden, Sec retary-Treasurer. (- photo)


the continuance of the kindergar-
ten. program and segregation in
Florida schools.

NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of K. P. COMPANY, in the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida, intend t6 re-
gister the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Gulf County,
Florida. 4t-2-12
MAX W. KILBOURN
E. T. PRIDGEON, JR.

NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of GULF TITiLE and ABSTRACT
COMPANY, in the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida, intend to register the
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Gulf County, Flor-
ida.
E. T. PRIDGEON, JR.
B. T. PRIDGEON, SR.


NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of HALL'S LAUNDRY and CLEAN-
ERS, at 107 Second Street, In the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, intend
to register the said name with the
Clerk of Circuit Court of Gulf
County, Florida. 4t-2-12
DREW BURNETT HALL
ALBERT HENRY FLETCHER


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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house, St. Joe Beach. $55 per mo.-
Phone 7-7521 or see Bill Carver. 2t
FOR RENT: Furnished cottage at
Beacon Hill. Reasonable. See Si-
las R. Stone or phone 7-7161. tfc
FOR RENT: Five room unfurnish-
,ed house at 301 Woodward Ave.


FOR SALE
House at White City. Good con-
dition. Pay owner's equity.
3 bedroom home and den. Pay
owner's equity.
3 houses on Bellamy Circle left
for sale.
Cape San Blass Shores Subdivi
sion. Prices will increase $100.00
per lot on March 1, 1959. Buy while
the price is still low.
PRIDGEON AGENCY
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741


35o.uu per month. ualln en Diicens
zt BAll 7-2281. tfc-11-6 LADIES: Own your own business.
Set your own hours, make excel-
FOR RENT: Completely furnished lent income. Wonderful opportunity
house, including dishes and cook- for energetic person. Edith Rehn--
ing utensils if desired, two bedroom borg .Cosmetics distributor. Appli-
and one three bedroom house un- cants write Box BE, Port .St. Joe.
furnished, except stove and refrig- Florida. 4tp-2-26
erator. Both at St. Joe Beach. See
J. D. Clark or Call 7-7771 after 4 FOR SALE: Solid gray rug, 8X10.
p.m. or week ends. $15.00. Mrs. Ralph Rica, 219 Ninth
St. Phone 9-1651.


FOR RENT: Four room cottage,
furnished. $35 per month. Phone
7-2520. Located at St. Joe Beach.
FOR RENT: Furnished Apt. House
trailer for'sale. Call or see Mrs.
Paul Farmer in Oak Grove, Phone
7-2565. tfc-1-15
FOR RENT: House on 13th Street.
Good location. Phone 9-1291. 4t
FOR RENT: 1 and 2 bedroom ap-
artments. Furnished or unfurnish-
ed. Call 7-3746. Mrs. J. S. Shirey. ,


SEWING and alterations. Expert
work, reasonable prices. Phone
7-3131. tfc-2-19

COASTAL REALTY COMPANY
WILLIAM J. RISH, Broker
6 RUTH C. SOULE, Salesman
Phone BAII 7-4051
FOR SALE
3 bedroom house conveniently lo-
cated. near Elementary School and
church. Oak floors, asbestos siding,
on lot 50 x 170 Reasonably priced.
New houses on Westcott Circle.
FHA approved, low down payment.
2 lots at Marvin and 10th, 75 x
175, $1,600.
FOR RENT
Office space, in Costin Building,
116 Monument Avenue.
FOR SALE: House and six lots at
WVite City. Write E. D. Brooks,
Box 2S, Bristol. 2tp
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FOR RENT: 1 bedroom, living
room, kitchenette and bath. Far
nished. Four mi. south of St. Joe
on Highway 30. Phone 9-1195. f*c
FOR RENT: 2 story house at 1.gFS
Long Ave. with 2 large bedrooms.
$60. per- month. J. A. Mira, Phone
9-1301 or 7-2711. ... tt
FOR RENT: 2 b,idrun.m furnihed
cottages. $45 per month. Ander-
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tfc
FOR RENT: Small house suitable
for couple only or one small
child. 515 Third St.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed apartment. Upstairs. $38.00, in-
cludes water. Mrs. McKeithen. Pho.
7-8642. tfc-2-19
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
downstairs apartment. Close in.
Call 7-5756 or 7-8131.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment. $50.00 per month. In-
quire at 1904 Garrison Ave. or call
7-8642.


FOR SALE

FOR SALE: 20 acres of land near
Willis Landing. Call Mrs. J. S.
Shirey, Phone 7-3746.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom frame house
at White City. Completely finish-
et in cypress paneling inside. Has
to be seen to be appreciated. 140'
frontage. Cl 9-1137. tfc-1-29
FOR SALE: 4 room house and lot
in Highland-View on 7th St. See
H. F. Brock. 2tp
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house
,on Monument Ave See Kenneth
Screech. tfc-2-19


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Fri., Feb. 27th


TERRIFIC. MOr4LY IAVII4G HOME
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