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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: March 19, 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


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


TWENTY-SECOND YEAR


.JORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1959


RETIRING PRESIDENT S. L. Barke of the Florida Bank at Port St. Joe (left) congratulates his succes-
sor, J. L. Sharit, while directors J. Lamar Miller nan4 R. H. McIntosh, look on. The third director, Harry
H, Saunders was out of town when the picture was made. ( photo)


Sharit Elected To Succeed


Barke as Bank President


NEW BANK PRESIDENT J. L. SHARIT tries out the president's
chair after being named to his new position. (- photo)


Kiwanis Club Will Present Annual

Minstrel Show Tomorrow Night

T'h PFor St. Joe Kiwanis Club scholarship to one student for high-
will present its Seventh Annual er education recommended by the
Kiwanis Minstrel tomorrow night local school faculty, committee and
at the Port Theatre at 8:00 p.m. sponsors a u.:' l organized Sea
The Minstrel will be proceeded by, Scout Ship in Port St. Joe. They
a concert by the Port St. Joe High 'also sponsor a youth version of the
School Band at 7:30 p.m. The Min- Kiwanis Club, the Key Club, at the,
strel will be held in the Auditorium local high school.
of the Port Theatre. -
The show, as usual will contain 1
several good specialty acts along City Sets Date For
with the humorous patter of the G FracSe Vote
endmen and the harmonious sing- Gas Franchise Vote
ing by the ladies and gentlemen of
the chorus. The City Commission moved last
The endmen will be: Chittlin', Tuesday night at their regular
Charles Wall; Spare Rib, John meeting to call a referendum of
Robert Smith; Pork Chop, George freeholders in the City to vote on,
Wimberly, Jr.; Hamburger, Wesley the letting of a natural gas frapn-
Grace; Stew Meat, J. T. Simpson; chise. The franchise will run for
and Soup Bone, Bob King. !a 30 year period.
Martie 'Begley will be "Mr. Inter-I Asking for the franchise is th
locutor" and Mrs. W. E. Whaley St. Joe Natural Gas Co., Inc., a
will be the pianist for the show. corporation composed of J. Lamar
Those making up the specialty Miller, Cecil G. gostin, Jr., and
acts and the chorus are: Frank Benjamin H. Dickens. The Corpor-
Hannon, Gannon Buzzett, Dick ation proposes to sell stock to fi-
Lamberson, Frank McDonald, Bill nance the utility should a franchise
Cowden, Tommie Pridgeon, John be granted, and have committed
Drew, John Smith, Bill Wager, themselves to exhaust every means/
Wesley Ramsey, Will Ramsey, Joe to sell the entire stock issue to -I0
Hendrix, Harold Odom, Rex Addi- cal residents,
son, Clara Pate, Ann Pridgeon, Jen- The franchise election has been
nie Smith, Glenna Boyles, Vic An- set by the Commission for Tues-


The Florida Bank at Port St. Joe
this week announced the retirement
of its president, S. L. Barke. Barke
came to Port St. Joe in January,
1940. He was elected Vice Presi-
dent and Cashier and placed in
charge of the bank when it opened
for business on February 1, 1940.
He was elected president in 1943.
He has been a director of the bank
since it opened and will continue to
serve in this capacity after his re-
tirement.
At a meeting held Thursday, the
Board of Directors of the Florida
Bank at Port St. Joe elected J. L.
Sharit the new president of the
facility. Sharit is presently Vice
President of the Apalachicola Nor-
thern 'Railroad and the St. Joseph
Telephone and Telegraph Company.
He will continue to be actively in
charge of these two companies and
will devote only part of his time to
the affairs of the bank.
No other changes of officers were
announced.
Sharit, in assuming his new du-
ties said that he desired that the
bank be a "community" bank and
adequately serve the banking needs
of Port at. Joe, He pledged the
bank's support in helping to meet
the financial needs of business and
private individuals in this area.


Only One More

Week To Register

City Auditor and Clerk R. W.
Henderson warned this week that
only one week remains for voters
to register to vote in the upcoming
(ity election.
Clerk Henderson calls attention
to the fact that the old voter's reg-
istration list was done away with
on February 4 and every voter must
re-register before he can be eligible
to vote on April 7.
At present there are 864 re-regis-


City .nts



on Prposedtial Plans
III!L" Bdl


State TB Exec

Board Meets Here

-The Executive Board of the Flor-


tered. City Clerk Henderson esti'- 1.
mates those eligible to reg i, ll ida TB and Health Association held
mates those eligible to regis13r in
the City at about 1,200. its annual budget meeting in Port
The registration books will be St. Joe Friday, Saturday and Sun-
open from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon day of last week. Every member of
and 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. each d'ay the Board was present.
Monday through Friday and from Board members present were,
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon on Sat- Earnest A. illey, resident, of
urday from now until next Satur- Lakeland, Dr. DeWitt C. Daughtry,
day, March 28. The books will close vice-president; Earnest Able, West
on March 28 at noon. Palm Beach; Reese R. Bohn, Jack-
sonville; Valor Logan, Orlando; Dr.
Red Cross Half Carl Garby, St. Petersburg; Don
Hay, Gainesville and Judge Earnest
A y T al E. Mason of Pensacola. Mrs. Rich-
IWay 0To G0 l ard H. McIntosh of this city served
as hostess to the group. Mrs. Mc-
'Gulf County Red Cross Fund Intosh is secretary of the Associa-


Drive Qhairman n-


lion.


Architect Begins Revision of Plans;

Says Sids Will Be Called In 90 Days


A meeting was held this past Monday morning by the City
Commission, along with parties instrumental in .getting a new
addition built to the Municipal Hospital to make adjustments on
the proposed hospital plans. Meeting with the City delegation
were representatives of the Public Health Service, the architect
and local interested parties.
The floor plans of the proposed enlargement were discussed
at length with the architect, Norman Gross of Panama City.
---- -- -.-..-..------ Dr. Wayne Hendrix and Dr. Wil-
Post OffiCe CalI liam Wager were on hand to offer
S suggestions from their professional
viewpoint.
For ExaminatiSons Autha Forehand, hospital repre-
sentative of the Florida Develop-
The Fifth U. S. Civil Service Re- nient Commission, Ed L. Meadows,
gional Office, Atlanta, Georgia, an- architectural consultant and Guy


nounced this week that Gulf Coun- Other guests attending included ounces an open competitive exam-
ty had already climbed more than Mrs. E. A. Lilley, Mrs. Earnest nation for career or temporary ap-
half way to reaching its goal in the Able, Mrs. Gertie Knowls, member pointment to the positions of substi-
first week of the fund drive. of the staff; Mrs. Al Foster, execu- te clerk and substitute carrier,
"Had it not been for the heavy tive secretary for the state Assoc-
rains we have had during the week, nation; Mrs. Valor Logan, Mrs. Carl in the Port St. Joe Post Office.
I feel we would be even farther Garby, Mrs. E. E. Mason and Mr. Applications will be accepted
along than we are", said Drew. and Mrs. A. Glynn Halley. Mr. Hal- from persons who reside within the
Drew reported that ,approximate- ley is president of the State TB delivery of the Post Office named or
ly half of the residential collectors Board. who are bona fide patrons of y such
have reported. About half of the The group w: intertwined by Mr. office. Persons employed in the
business area has been canvassed and Mrs. Mclnto0h on Friday night. post Office will be considered bona
also. There are 13 other District Mr. and. Mrs. Tom Coldewey on Sat- fide patrons of the office. Applica-
Chairmen who have not reported urday night and Mrs. J. Lamar Mil- tions must be received or post
as yet. Drew said that no receipts ler was hostess to the ladies at a marked on or before April 2, 1959.
have come in as yet from advanced luncheon Saturday afternoon. The beginning basic rate of pay
and special gifts, but he expects Plans for a deep sea fishing trip is $2.00 per hour. Applicants must
these contributions to begin arriv- had to be cancelled because of have reached their 18th birthday
ing in the next few days. bad weather. on the -closing date for acceptance
nA totlof ntf dys 1,,,, o, a 7of applications. This age limit does


elected so far in the drive.
Workers canvas-ing the residGn. o i
tial 'areas are Mrs. Wesley Grace, GOspel Hymn Sing
Mrs. W. E. Thursday, Mrs. Joseph Slated For Friday
P. Heqdrik, Mrs. E. T. Pridgeon, Jr,or
Mrs. John Dickey, Mrs. Wayne Hen-
drix, Mrs. W. I.. Duant, Mrs. There will be a Gospel Hymn
George Oooper, Mrs. A. W, Thom- Singing tomorrow night at the
as, Mrs. Jin'my Kilbourn, Mrs. Har- Port St. Joe Elementary School
ry MoKnight, Mrs. Robert King, Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. The Sing-
Mrs. Hubert Richards, Mrs. Gus ing will feature the Marlin family.
Creech, Mrs, T. D Hutchins, Mrs. There will be no admission char-
B. F. Daughtry, Mrs. E. C. Prid- ged and everyone is welcome to
geon, Jr, Mrs. C. E Boyer, Mrs. attend.
P W. Petty, Mrs. Walter Johnson, There wil be a film shown of
Mrs A. W. Thomas, Mrs. Bill the Bethany Children's Home of
Quarles, Jr., Mrs. W. J. Herring, the Cumberland Mountains in Ken-
Mrs. W. W. Cowden, Mrs F E Tram- tucky.
mell, Mrs Richard Porter, Mrs. J. i -
L. Temple, Mrs. W E Whaley and
Mrs B B Scisson. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
a I- xa oi *


f St. Jot Motel Is Sold To M. K. Hurlbut
Church Attendance
Church Attendance And J. W. Mouchette By McGowins

Long Avenue Baptist
Sunday School 139
Training Union 87 A partnership composed of M. K. come to Port St. Joe this having
Worship Services 247 Hurlbut and Jake W. Mouchette been their plan for a long time and
First Baptist- 'Wewahitchka this week purchased the Motle t.,.are looking forward to establishing
Sunday School 111 1 themselves as good citizens of the
Training Union 73 Joe property which is reported t~ community,
Worship Services 176 be the largest valued exchange of __
property in downtown Port St. .oe,
Wewahitchka Presbyterian Mr. Hurlbut has been a nmer~hA t, Young Democrats
Worship Services i with extensive real estate holdings,
in Port t. Joe since 1938, at which Adopt By-Laws
Mexico Beach Methodist timn he @stahl'ished a 3 & 10c store
Sunday School 18 in the location now occupied by Gulf County's Young Democrat
Worship Servica _2 Olegls Department Store. Mr. and Club met in another organizational
First Methodist hch I Mrs, Mouchette, who will operate meeting at the City Hall Monday
Sunday School 148 the hotel, come from Sikeston, Mis- night at 8:00 p.m.
MYF 8' sourt and are identified locally as At this meeting the Club adopted
lit"i. Services 238 parents of Mrs. James Tankersley. its Constitution and By-Laws. The
Highla d View Methodist The hotel was built in 1948 by operating rules of the Club set
Sunday School 35 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Haliman on the the dues at $1.00 per year and al-
MV.YF 85 site of the old Port In-a which was low for membership all registered
Worship. Services 103 earlier destroyed by fire. It is well Democrats between the 'ages of 18
St. James' Episcopal remembered by "old timers" of Port and 40 years of age, inclusive.
Church School 20 St. Joe having been constructed The Club planned to send four
Young Churchmen 5 around 1910 immediately prior to delegates to the State Convention
Worship Services 61 the time the first train was brought of Young Democrats to be held in
St. John's Wewahitchka .'into Port St. Joe by the Apalachi- Tampa next week end. The Club
Evening Prayer 20 cola Northern Railroad. i. allowed four votes on state of-
First Baptist Church The sale was made by Mr. and ficer elections and the four dele-
Sunday School 178 Mrs. C. A. McGowin through the gates will be voting delegates.
Training Union 122 real estate office of M. P. Tomlin- The Gulf County Democratic Ex-
Worship Services 390 son, the purchasers being repre- ecutive Committee h-as agreed to
---.- '"sented by the law firm of David C. pay a portion of the expenses of


person, Gordon ,allmark and Q. day, May 5. Oak Grove Assembly of God Gaskin of Wewahitchka and sellers the delegates.
SDyke In connection with this election children's Church 21 by Representative Cecil G. Costin
All proceeds from the show will the Registration Books of the City Worship Services 155 o Port St. Joe. HIGH SCHOOL PTA
go to carry on the Kiwanis youth of Port St. Joe will be opened i The MeGowin's expect to take WILL MEET TONIGHT
work. The club has already con- for the registration of freeholders. Picture Day lan extended vacation and are not Mrs. Bert Hampton, president of
structed several stands of bleachers I The books will be open for the -announcing plans for the future at the High School PTA announced
built rest room facilities, concession registration of Freeholders from Next,Sunday, March 22 is 'Picture 'this time, though it is expected the this week that the High School P-
stands and were instrumental in April 15 through April 25. Those Day" at the First Methodist Church "Big Bend" area will not lose them TA would meet tonight at the Port
securing a fence -and parking area registering in the present drive for in Port St Joe. as they are owners of the Governior St. Joe High School Auditorium.
for the local football field. The Club getting all the voters of the city Each member is urged to be Motel at Mexico Beach. The meeting will begin at 8:00
fits and supplies glasses to under- re-registered need not register the present at this worship serviceI Mr. and Mrs. Mouchette express- p.m. and all members are urged to
priviledged children, awards a $100 second time. and bring a friend. ed themselves as being pleased to attend.


not apply to persGa entitled to
I veterans' preference.
I Necessary forms and further in-


formation may be" obtained from
the information representative at
the Post Office, or from the Fifth
U S. Civil Service Regional Office,
Peachtree-Baker Build ing, 275
Peachtree Street, N E., Atlanta 3,
Georgia.
---- -----


Hi'land View Folks

Want Dump Moved

A group of aroused citizens
from Highland. View appeared be-
fore the County Board of Com-
missioners last Tuesday morning
at their regular meeting.
They wanted to protest the to-
cation of a garbage dump which
lies about 700 feet from the near-
est residence.
Although the Highland View area
is not incorporated, the group in-I
dicated it was upset because the
people from Highland View were
not consulted before the dump was
located. They also protested signs
on HI -. v. 98 which pointed out
the location of the dump.
They felt that there were a lot
better, and more distant, dump
spots available in the county.
Emmett Daniell, who is in charge
of the program for the county,
came forward at the request of the
County Board to provide some back-
ground on the Highland View dump.
(Continued on Page 4)


Cromwell, hospital consultant, all
of Tallahassee, were on hand to
present the position of the State
Hospital planning board. There are
many ways a hospital can be in
a position to not be continued on
the accredited list. The local hospi-
tal is presently accredited by the
state and plans to stay that way.
The State men were helpful in
seeing that the hospital met speci-
fications and gave the maximum
care and comfort at a cost which
is witihn the money available for
construction.
Miss Minerva McLane, Hospital
Administrator, presented her views
with the -thought of the workability
of the plans.
Norman Gross, architect of the
institute'. Mt. or ,j L. Sharit and
Commissioner R. 'H. Ellzey roceiv-
red all views of those at the meet-


ing and the architect, Mr. Gross, is
now making the final drawings to
be presented to the City for its
approval. Mr. Gross stated that the
letting of bids should be accom-
plished within 90 days
The City Commission reports that
the city is about to be in the pro-
cess of building one of the finest
hospitals in this section of the
state. The Commission has visited
various hospitals throughout this
area to get ideas for assets that
will be incorporated into the local
plant to provide the most thorough
patient comfort and care.


Two Qualify For

Election In City

I. W. Duren and I. C. Nedley
this week qualified to succeed
themselves in re-election to the
City Commission of the City of
Port St. Joe.
City Auditor and Clerk R. W.
Henderson that the City Charter
now calls for the Municipal elec-
tions to be held the first Tuesday
in April.
Port St Joe's Municipal Elec-
tion for the two Commission
seats will be held on April 7.
Qualification deadline for candi-
dates is Monday, March 23.

Send The STAR To A Friend


TWO PIES AND CONGEALED

SALAD CAUSES CAR TO WRECK

Port St. Joe can hold its head up high when it comes to mak-
ing part of the unusual happenings of the world.
Last Sunday about 1:00 p.m. two pies and a congealed salad
caused another little oddity to come about. Mrs. Florazelle Con-
nell was transporting these delectible tidbits in her automobile
and went to turn in to Long Avenue at the Florida Bank building.
Just as she went around the curve, the pies and the salad started
toward the floor, where they could become an unappetizing heap
of gook, if allowed to continue on their erring ways.
Mrs. Connell, naturally, grabbed at the sliding goodies to
bring them back out of harm's reach.
Mrs. Connell's car, not knowing of the drama going on in its
innards, continued on its way, not looking where it.was going.
Before either the car, or Mrs. Connell, realized it, the car was
climbing the curb, running right over the stop sign and nuzzling
up against the Bank building wall. By this time, both Mrs. Con-
nell and the car realized what was about and brought the ma-
chine to a halt.
The damage? One fender, one "stop" sign, Mrs. Connell's
pride-and-two pies and a congealed salad.


NUMBER 25


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Petroleum Dealers Protest Talked

About Boost In Gasoline Tax

TALLAHASSEE (FNS) While ture authorize individual counties,
Governor Collins did not commit by vote of the people, to levy an
himself, a delegation representing 'eitra cent of gasoline tax. This.
the Florida Petroleum Marketers' would, says the road department,
Association protested the. proposal enable counties with critical road
for a local option added penny on problems to raise money that can-
gasoline taxes. not be furnished from the present
statewide levy.
The delegation brought out the ______d ______
fact that the motorist is now taxed
to 'the hilt and another penny on JOB PRIMTING
top of the seven cents a gallon VJO lB INTIB N
state levy would be an injustice.
The State Road Department re- Phone 7-3161
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D. r Smp To1

Speak On Cancer
The Leon C'mty unit of the




Am er for North and Northwest Florida
Sdutch treat dinner meeting on
March 20, 7:30 p.m. Floridan Hotel.
Dr. Samp is making Tallahassee his
--'first speaking engagement on a five
S!, city speaking itinerary in Florida.
Dr Samp, was born and raised in
Madison, Wisconsin, is married and
the father of two children. He is a
World War II veteran, was in the
infantry medics in the European
Sstheatre. He received his pre-medical
'. and medical training at the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin in Madison. In-
ternship in Milwaukee, with three
years surgical residency at Univer-
sity hospitals in Madison. He is as-
sistant professor, department of
surgery, tumor clinic, university
hospitals. He is medical and scien-
tific director, Wisconsin division,
American Cancer Society and Medi-
cal Education for national defense
.. co-ordinator, University of Wiscon-
S sin Medical School.
Professional interests of Dr Samp
include general medical education,
Professional and public cancer In-
formation, cancer prevention, can-
Fayette McCormick Becomes Bride of l t cukery and ia cane r de
Dr. Robert Samp is outstanding
lecturer, author, clinical cancer re-
S-Sgt. Al Schroeder In Home Ceremony searcher, and humorist. He has
made 1,000 talks in 250 cities and
35 states.


-Mr. and Mrs. P. T. McCormick of
Highland View announce the mar-
riage of their daughter, Fayette to
S/Sgt. Al Schroeder, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alphonse Chris Schroeder,
Sr., of St. *Louis, Missouri.
The couple was married by Rev.
Allen Price, pastor of the Highland
View Baptist Church at the home
of the bride's parents. Members of
the family.and a few friends attend-
ed the wedding.
The groom is stationed at Tyn-
dall Air Force Base.
The couple are making their
home in Parker.

Dead Lakes Dam

Piling Is Driven
Last. Thursday, March 1'2, Scott
Construction Company drove the
first piling at the site of the Dead
Lakes Dam and bridge project. It
went down 110 feet.
Two pilings driven closer inshore
the next day went down an average
of 50 feet.
On hand to watch the piling go
down were Carey, John and Coch-
ran Scott, the contractors; B. L.
Pucket, general superintendent;
Jim Wolf, assistant engineer; Karl
Marshall, project engineer; State
Road Department employees: John
Hill, chief inspector; Thomas Will-
iams, inspector; Randall H. Math-
is, engineer and leading promoter
of the project, Harland 0. Prid-
geon.
Since last report, land fill has
been hauled the full length of the
approach to the bridge, a distance
of 1,300 feet. Capping-off clay is
now being hauled, packed and lev-
eled along this approach from the
west. Unseasonably wet weather
has slowed down hauling fill dirt
since the first load was moved
from the Cleckley tract to the
western approach to the dam site.
Completion of this project will


provide access to some 8,000 acres
of land between the Chipola and
Apalachicola rivers, a potential
port on the Apalachicola River for
Wewahitchka, and an adequate
water level for the Dead Lakes-
certain to restore this famous body
of water to its former prominence
as one of the best fresh water fish-
ing spots in the world.


A bake sale will be conducted
Saturday, March 28 from 9:00 a.m,
to 12 noon at the entrance to their
Masonic Hall on Reid Avenue.
Special orders are being take.
If:you desire a ,sedial baked ite&ti
call 7-5065, 7- 971 or 9-1731 aid
place your order., : _


Everyone attending will long re-
member his message. The Leon
County Unit is happy to have the
opportunity of bringing Dr. Samp
to this area. American Cancer So-
ciety crusaders in neighboring coun-
ties are cordially invited to attend
this dutch treat dinner meeting.
Send your reservations to the
Cancer Information Center, 218 Av-
ant Building, Tallahassee, or tele-
phone 3-4998 or Mrs. H. C. Brown,
phone 7-7371, Port St. Joe.


Classified Ads
Midget Investments With
Giant Returns


Motel St. Joe

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OPEN ALL DAY -
--- SERVING -
FRIED CHICKEN, DELICIOUS STEAKS
SEAFOOD DINNERS HOM ECOOKED VEGETABLES
HOME MADE PIES AND CAKES
Hot Biscuits Served at Every Meal


-- WE SPECIALIZE IN THE FINEST FOODS --
Prepared In The Finest Manner

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and

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and New Management

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rHE STAR, Port St, JoO, Fl THURSDAY, MARCH 19, *

Floridu Power Combines Two

Agencies Into "Area Development"


The reorganization of the com-
munity, agricultural and industrial
development departments of the
Florida Power Corporation under
one new title-Area Development-
has been announced by R. G. Porter
district manager here.
In making his announcement,
Porter said that the reorganization
was achieved to effect the coordin-
ation among these closely allied de-
parmtents which would assure even
better service to customers.
Named to head up the new gener-
al department, was Andrew H.
Hines, Jr., formerly director of in-
dustrial development. A mechanical
engineering graduate of the Univer-
sity of Florida, Hines has worked
closely with Chambers of Com-
merce, state and other development
agencies, bringing many new in-
dustries into the State in recent
years.
The agricultural and community
development departments will both
b3 under the supervision of S. John
Folks, Jr., who is well known in
State agricultural circles. He is also
a graduate of the University of

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Florida and former faculty member.
Folks has published several book-
lets on wiring for farm youth. Both
Folks and Hines are native Flori-
dians.
A former FPC industrial power
sales engineer, Zack C. Richardson,
will replace Hines as head of in-
dustrial development. Richardson
has had considerable expreience in
industrial sales in the St. Peters-
burg and Winter Park areas, .and
is a graduate of the 'U. S. Military
Academy at West Point.










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polishing up his golf clubs and the kids jump around with
a new springiness and call in plaintively to play
".. just 15 minutes longer" There's nothing like springtime .
and nothing like the wonderful foods that spring brings;
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Fine meats, too, at Piggly Wiggly perfect
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Extension CORD $1.00
RED BLISS 10 LBS.
POTATOES 19c
SUNKIST
LEMONS EACH 2c
CELLO PACK
RADISH BAG 5c
PASCAL
CELERY 2 TALKS 9C


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Neck BONE
LEAN MEATY
Spare RIBS


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CHUCK lb. 49c
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.' ..:- _... _. THE StAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. T"U"RSt

healthy conditions develop, nation-
ally and Internationally. WE have
seen. the racketeers take over,
palbedW U tjr* At rea 6 Wtlli s AeiA, it it. k *, FIrtN crime and juvenile delinquency
ilt m anr-tMIdIhI C ^ mount, accidents and traffic fatal-
WklMt IL R ASt U"O ntd ftibtdW cities -iierease, communism infil-
AIlm LbIea% 6 tor. 1 tr, A S 4iVAV (. lt. ti Otir, P" dt 'rit trate, and are content to place all
I .. --- -- ... ... -... .--. A- the blah.e on somebody else. W e
Ull Yei~t-r INVAh ABLY AULE II 2 7A" say it is terrible and THEY ought reseted
.. .. ... to do something about it. Sf Medicine
# a un.oiea tr.. f, a"pesetotke. Fwt S ot. e, Service of th
at eNIAaM 1.9. I THEY hold meetings in Washing- cal ssocia
'DI BAl, 74161 ton every day and THEY operate
from thousands of offices through- YAWNIN
to ft ta '= C tt t^bw at t t t t' u out the land and their every action The cont
a s o e yoat attention; ted word is thaugh*ialUy you authorized through the men familiar to
ar M ?g a ts; t, tk and women you selected to repre- of involun
The gaken trda 1 t16t; th' ptA wo*d remain. sent you in the Congress and in ending in
State Legislatures You also .had Yawning
something to say in the selection thdeep invol
Do-It-Yourself Forms Nede for xes of the President, vice president, sound of t
district governors and others, the ing in, as
policy makers who are responsible yawn sn oti
Effective today, the Internal Revenue Service is permitting policy mak operation responsible, reaction.
the person who helped a taxpayer prepare his income tax return You pay their salaries and the nation, deri
to represent him in eases before the service. This announcement, salaries and expenses of the vast pandiculari
coming as it does in the rush of the last month before 1958 tax throng of people who have some Yawone's self.ng
declarations must be filed, serves as a reminder of the general' part in the operation of the Jugger- fatigue, po
state of confusion surrounding this federaltax. dividt we call government, Your me d ofne t
The truth is that many Americans, whether they earned $2,000 you make comes to you in the folum ngs
Syou make comes to you in tie form is a feeling
or $200,000 last year, must seek the assistance of a "professional" of roads, schools, conservation of stimulation
in completing their income tax forms. This is a pretty sorry national resources, old age security, tre is doinj
state of affairs. aid t the dependent, and in many, up whenflex
Certainly the learned men who offer their services to the many other ways. tired or ih
public are not to be blamed. What would be done without them? are too small, you are not getting into tie a
are..ialso be act
They have trained themselves to perform a job made necessary the returns you should get. You Yawningl
by the Revenue Service itself. want more this and more that and types of b
Income taxes are not so complicated that the English lan- better something else. In an effort the ordina
piration. Si
guage is unable to transmit the insftuefions necessary for com- to please yo your officers and di- lion and
gg . rectors overspend the budget and usually oc
pleting the forms. That is not the case. The trouble is that theIrectors overspend the budget and usualloc
then they must call on you for more very shallow
Internal Revenue Serviae has not mastered the language to an and more money to meet the bills. is a long
extent that it can state in simple terms what figures it wants in Round and round it goes and where a rliythmi
what blanks. it stops nobody knows, and YOU, ho-ho-ho. C
There is no relief in sight for the poor taxpayer. His con- Mr. Citizen, are the only one who intyges un
r t o uncan do anything about it. Take a n t e o ni
fusion probably will be increased by the promise of more and can do anything about it. Take an Yawning
y -, interest in government, become a gesture. It
more states to adopt the federal withholding, system. Where this part of it, make known your wish- pact 'when
is under consideration, the same argument appears time after es and if' your voice is magnified onr favorite
time. by those of you fellow citizens the
"I'm against the withholding tax because it is too painless," kind of a country you really want
the argument goes. The theory is that the more painful the tax, in your heart will materialize.
the more watchful will be the taxpayer to see that his government CARD OF THANKS
-is not wasteful. Under this theory, the most nagging of all forms The family of Mrs. Y. T. Furney,
of taxation, the sales tax, is-preferred to most others. Sr., wish to express their deep
However this point of view overlooks the trauma of -the days appreciation to Dr. William F. Wa-
just before April.15 when all the pain of a full year of taxes is con- ger and the nursing staff and other
centrated into a few days of confusing forms and lost receipts. personel at Sthe Muni ipal H os-
All forms of taxation are painful in varyin degrees. But and attention given to Mrs. Furney
the Internal Revenue Service could perform a great public service during her recent illness. T
by devising a form for declaring taxes which was straightforward The family also wishes to thank
and easy to understand, yet did not impose financial penalties neighbors and friends for their so-
upon a taxpayer who used it. When taxpayers are not required licitude and beautiful floral tributes.
p William T. Furney, Sr. .*
to hire help to fill out federal forms, much of the pain of income Webster Furney, I
taxes will be removed. J. B. Furney I


Young Drivers Need Supervision
The memory is still fresh in our minds of last week's near
tragedy when two under-age drivers wrecked one of the youth's
parent's automobile out on Garrison Avenue. While neither of
the boys were hurt bad, the automobile was in such condition
that both might have easily been killed.
And, we the people are to blame.
The editor of this newspaper is to blame as much as any-
body. For several months it has painfully evident to us that under
age drivers were being allowed or at least were doing it to
drive their parent's car about town without the proper supervision
as provided by Florida's restricted driver's license. Let us be
hasty to remark that the parent of the driver involved last Tues-
day night was not so foolhardy as to allow his youngster to drive
unsupervised. Just about any day, on any street in town, one
can see 14 arid 15 year olds driving cars about the city, unsuper-
vised. This is strictly in violation of the Florida law.
Last Tuesday's accident should bring home forcefully why
the provision of having a licensed driver in the car with an un-
der age driver is in existence. Youths of this age just do not
realize what a lethal weapon an automobile can be nor do they
realize how quickly an automobile hurtling along at 60 miles per
hour or better can get out of control and become a mass of scrap
metal.
We believe youths of this age should begin to learn how to
handle an automobile in their "learning years", but certainly a
little more vigilance on our parts should be exercised to see
that these young embryo drivers adhere to the law.


TOO LATITO

CLASSIFY
By RUSSELL KAY

Governmental operations are so
gigantic and the machinery it op-
erates so intricate that it is be-
yond the imaginative capacity of
the average person to grasp even a
vague idea of its varied operations.
Most of us fail to appreciate the
fact that as an individual citizen
of the state and nation, we are a
part of the machinery and directly
affected by its operations. Conse-
queittly we 'are inclined to alienate
ourselves and in speaking of gov-
ernmental activities we use the
terih "they" instead of "we".
THEY build our roads, operate
our schools, maintain the armed
forces, care for the aged and the
dependent an ddo countless other
things. Some of these activities we
approve and praise, others we op-
pose and denounce, depending pri-
marily on -how we personally feel
thit our interests are affected.
While you may not have a stock
certificate certifying that you are


a stockholder in the United States
Company and its affiliate the State
of Florida, you are nevertheless
possessor of a financial interest 'n
the organization and have a oice
in its management.
Your voice is as Important and
carries as much. weight as that of
any other individual stockholder
and your vote helps elect the
Board of, Directors responsible for
management.
WE are facing many problems
today that T-HEY cannot solve with-
out our help and WE should be
thinking of these problems in terms
of WE instead of THEY. Never in
the history of the nation have
THEY needed our help as much as
now.
Through the years our indiffer-
ence and lack of interest and co-
operation has directly contributed
to the situation WE face today.
-Many of us were not even interest-
ed enough to vote when elections
were held.
WE deplore the situation now but
fail to understand or feel that WE
as individuals are' in any way re-
sponsible. WE have watched un-


William Furney, Jr.
Ethel Furney McCullough
Turner Furney
Jim C. Furney
Melvin Furney Crosby
Iris Furney
Laura Bell Furney Crosby
Coy Furney
Mary Furney Johnson

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WHITE IS THE FASHION -
white Dacron blouses, white nylon
underwear.. white cotton sports
-dresses so fresh and lovely
when new but how to keep
them that way. It's really not
a problem if you launder them cor-
rectly the first time and every
time. Whether I launder them by
hand or in a machine, I combine
-a heavy-duty detergent and chlo-
rine bleach beads.
No one product will do, but safe-
action bleach beads, when used
with detergent, will actually re-
move every trace of soil so that
neither cotton, or synthetic fibers
will turn gray or dingy.
*
SUGAR AND SPICE AND EVERY.
THING NICE: That's what retail
bakers think little girls are made
of. And during the week of April
13 they will be gathering in Wash.
ington to help select one young.
ster to be Little Miss Muffin for
the coming year. Some 20 young
ladies, semi-finalists from various
parts of the country all between
6 and 10 years of age -- will be
vying for the title.
IT'S THE LITTLE JOBS that are
the most bothersome. I find this
particularly true in the kitchen,
where small amounts of food must
be placed in containers, bowls
must be covered and small food
items given protection.
But now, I find, there is a new
7-inch-wide aluminum foil on the
market, called Handy Reynolds
Wrap, that does all these little
things easily and economically. No
need to tear it to a smaller width
tor neatly wrapping sandwiches. It
sven wraps around flower pots,
leaving the bottom open for good
drainage. S'wsonderful! FNS


AVY, MARCH 19, 1959








ay Dour Doctor (
as a Health
e Florida Mcd-
tion and Yvour
a] Society.
IG IS CONTAGIOUS
tagiousness of a yawn i
Small. One person in
as and starts a procession
tary reaction in other.
similar yawns.
may be defined as
untary inspiration witi
open. In fact, it is th
he inspiration or breath
well as the sight of
hers, that starts the chair
'awning is often accom
what is termed pandicu
ved from the Latin wor
, meaning to stretch'
may be due to hunger
or ventilation or it ma
o relieve air hunger. ;\
air is inhaled deeply am
ire given a treat. Thert
of coenetment and ton
following a yawn. Na
g us this favor by setting
action to give.us a pick'
'e are dissatisfied, bored
hungry. Another physical
e of yawning is to let' ai
iditory tubes, which car
omplished by swallowing
is one of the unusual
breathing, different fron
gry inspiration and ex
sighing is a long'inspiri-
a short expiration an
curs to compensate fo;
wv breathing. Laughing
inspiration followed by
rt expirations, usually it:
c ha-ha-ha, or perhaps
Crying, sneezing, cough-
hiccoughing are other
usual breathing.
is an innocent, simph
has its disconcerting im-
someone yawns during
e long-winded yarn.


HE STAR


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MEN'S BETTER SUITS
by CURLEE
Buy and save now! You'll find regular drape and Ivy
suits all at budget-pleasing prices. There are both wools
and miracle blends in weights to wear all through
spring. All sizes .


Prices Start at $45.00







\, MEN & BOY'S WEAR
"Outfitters for Dads and Lads"
410 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-8171


has nothing to do with the amount
Time Credits Needed of benefit protection under the So-
cial Security System, Carey added.
For S. S. Qualifications However, to qualify for retirement,
disability or survivor's protection,
a person -must have a certain num-
Many people fall to realize that ber of Social Security credits. The
they need< certain length of time requirement is tied to your date of


credits to qualify for protection un-
der social security, John V. Carey,
district manager of the Panama
City social securlyt office, said this
week. A person who is very old,
reached retirement age before July
1954, or who dies before 25 years of
age may qualify with the minimum
requirement of six calendar quar-
ters, whereas a person who does
not reach retirement age until 1970
will need the maximum require-
ment of 40 quarters.
The length of time requirement


birth or your age at the time of
death. In addition, a fixed require-
ment of five full years of social
security credits in the ten year
period before beginning of disabili-
ty applies for disability protection.
As early as January, 1961, every-
one reaching retirement age will
need five full years of social se-
curity credits, Carey continued. In
some cases, people may not be gett-
ing credit for their work in social
security employment, whether sal-
aried or self-employed, because the
proper reports are not made. 'Un-


WE
ARE YOUR
PRESCRIPTION
PHARMACY
Your prescriptions will be
promptly filled here in our
sparkling clean, modern phar-
macy. Each prescription is
double-checked for accuracy.
In case of any questions, we I
call your doctor.
* Drugs Baby Needs
Cold Remedies

SMITH'S PHARMACY
John Robert Smith, Pharmaceutical Chemist Phone 7-5111



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.

"Come and Worship God With Us"


II



The Remarkable Story of



Wide-Track Wheel Design


How It Started How It Works
What This Highly Successful
Pontiac A achievement Means to You

It all started, as most innovations do, with a problem
:to be solved.
The problem was that when you. turned a corner
or rounded a curve your car swayed and everybody
'aboard leaned with the force of the turn.
Over the past few years car body widths have bee
increased to give you more passenger room and col.
fort. But widths between the wcelcels have not in-
creased proportionately. This between-wheel width is
called the "track".
A wide body 'without a wide track is top-heavy,
lacks balance, looks awkward. It's a little like a husky
football player;, wearing wide r.houlder pads and dainty
ballet slippers, running with his feet close together.

THE SOLUTION
'The answ'ei was simply to 'Viiden the track to match
the body. .Ve moved the wheels five inches farther
apart: This'widened 'the stance, but not the car. This
was the birth of Wide-Track Wheel dle:ign.
You use the same principle and feel a similar effect
when you stand erect with your feet spread wide apart.
' You're braced and steady.

LEAN AND SWAY REDUCED
Our first road tests showed how significantly we had
reduced lean and sway. The car held to the turns and
hugged the curves as had no other car we had ever
driven, except for sport cars, which of course are not
designed primarily for passenger comfort,
This greater stability gave -the driver a noticeably
improved feeling of security, control and confidence.
All passengers, back and front, rode with less fatigue,
more comfort.

IMMEDIATE PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE
It usually takes car owners a little time and many
miles to be convinced of the merits of many automo-
bile engineering improvements. That's because some


improvements are far removed from the car owner's
everyday driving experience.
Not so. with Wide-Track Wheels. There was an
immediate understanding of what we had done and a
fast and favorable response to its advantages.
From the first week our dealers began demonstrat-
ing the 1959 Pontiac, we knew Wide-Track Wheel
design was every bit the accomplishment we had hoped
for. People who drove the car told us it was the finest,
easiest handling automobile they'd ever been in.

WHO'S BUYING
ALL THE NEW PONTIACS?
Pontiac sales, we are happy to report, have confirmed
public opinion. This car has apparently captured the
imagination of tasteful people who were looking for
clean, uncluttered styling. People attracted by the
quality of workmanship and attention to detail we
give every single Pontiac we build. And, of course,
people quick to grasp the remarkable story of Wide-
Track Wheel design.
YOUR NEW PONTIAC
Investing in a brand-spanking new auto0ohbile, fresh,
sweet-smelling and totally different is a wonderful
thing to happen to a family in the spring, Wouldn't
it do your morale good to become the owner of a
gorgeous new Wide-Track Pontiac within the next
few weeks?
We are confident it is an automobile in which you
will take great pride and from which you will reap
much personal satisfaction and enjoyment.


'SW


ONLY PONTIAC HAS WIDE-TRACK WHEELS
WHEELS ARE FIVE INCHES FARTHER APART.
DOTTED LINES SHOW CONVENTIONAL WHEEL POSITIONS.

PONTIAC MOTOR DIVISION GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION


SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER


WIMBERLY PONTIAC CO.
"HONE BAll 7-3411 201 Monument Ave. PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


fortunately, many people do 'not
understand the importance of gett-
ing credit for all possible work.
Your social security office has a
free leaflet "Social Security Cre-
dits" which is available to you for
the asking that tells you how many
quarters of credit are needed in
your case and tells you further how
to acquire a quarter of credit. Con-
tact your nearest office and ask
for this leaflet.
The office for this area is locat-
ed at 522 Mercer Avenue, Panama
City. The telephone number is
POplar 3-5331.






Phone 7-3161



New Treats For

Spaghetti Lovers
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LIKE many Italian specialties,
spaghetti has become a popu-
lar food here in America. Sure to
please the "spaghetti lover" are
two new canned products appear-
ing on your grocer's shelf. Ready
to heat and serve, both are tasty
treats your family will go for in
a big way.
Italian Style Spaghetti the
thin kind of spaghetti spa-
ghettifii in a tangy red-ripe
tomato sauce seasoned with im-
ported spices, and three fine
cheeses Romano. Parmesan.
and Cheddar. It makes a perfect
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Lunch Roo Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, March 23
Corn beef hash, green field peas,
peanut butter and graham cracker
sandwiches, white bread and milk.
Tuesday, March 24
Spaghetti and' meat sauce, snap
beans. devil's food cake, white
bread and milk.
Wednesday, March 25
Hamburgers; buttered corn, to-
mato pickle and onion slices, co-
coanut bar cookies and milk..
Thursday, March 26
Chicken and noodles, mustard
greens. candy Easter eggs and ice
cream, white bread and milk.
Friday, March 27
No School

Methodist Women To
Begin 2bk Study
The Methodist women are soon
to begin the serious study of Isa-
iah, based on the text by S. Paul
Schilling, a timely, pertinent, in-
spired message to 20th Century
Christians. The study will be held
at the Methodist Church, beginning
on Tuesday, March 31. The four ses-
sions will be held on that day and
Thursday, April 2, on Tuesday, Ap-
ril 7 and on Thursday, April 9.
iEach session will begin promptly
at 9:30 a.m. and close at 11:00.
All members of the Woman's
Society of Christian Service are
urged to read the book of Isaiah
in preparation for this study and
to check passages for discussion.


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At least two part-time workers
under; the Mosquito Control Pro-
gram will be laid off, shortly, for
about four or five wek-es.
The reason, according to the Su-
pervisor,. Emmett Daniell, is that
funds for some part' time work are
due to run out right away and
none will be available for that part
time work until other part time
work is scheduled 'to begin-work
like. mosquito spraying, dogfly Log-
ging, hand clearing, etc.'
Some of the part time work cate-_
gories are mosquito control, dog-
fly control, hand clearing. Now, if
hand clearing work is scheduled
for winter months and insect con-
trol for spring and summer, the
same employees, may be hired for
*hand clearing and then hired for
insect control, since the work is
seasonal and one type of part time
work follows on the heels of an-
other. However, if the hand clear-
ing funds are exhausted before the
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from one fund to another.
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-School. The rabbit saw some eggs. The
Easter Is Coming Soon Rabbit did not paint the eggs. The
The Bunny Rabbit is going to 'Rabbit got the hen's eggs and hop-
bring me a basket full of eggs and ped away. The Rabbit painted the
some candy too. Then he will' go eggs. Yes, he did. He had found
hopping to some other nice boy or five more. Then he hopped away.
girl like me. Then what did he do? He hopped
By Gail Raffield away and gave the four eggs to the
The Little Rabbit boys and girls. Then hopped away
The little Rabbit wants to run and he had one more. Then he
away from his mother. The mother hopped away to another house.
rabbit said, "If you run away, I By John Lewis
will miss you." Easter Is Coming
By Michael Miller Easter is coming The Easter rab-
The Easter Rabbit bit will come to -your home.
The rabbit saw some eggs. He By Debra Floyd
painted the eggs. Then he hid the Easter
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Easter is coming soon. I found Joe announce the arrival of E. R.
five red eggs and seven blue eggs.
I had so much fun. I saw an Easter Brame, traveling minister serving
rabbit., with the local missionaries in their
By Pauline McLendon effort to announce the "good news"


Easter Is Coming
Easter is coming. We are glad.
We will hide Easter eggs. It is fun
to hide Easter eggs.
By Paul Wood
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ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
'Rev. G. D. Underhill, Vicar
Palm Sunday, March 22. 7:30 a.m.
The Holy Eucharist and the Bless-
ing of the Palms. '9:45 a.m., The
Church School. 11:00 a.m., Morning
Prayer, sermon and the Blessing of
the Palms. 6:30 p.m. The Episcopal
Young Churchmen.
Monday before Easter, March 23.
3:15 p.m. Confirmation Class for
Youth.
Tuesday before Easter, March 24.
7:30 p.m. The Litany with an in-
struction on prayer.
Wednesday before Easter, March
25. 4:15 p.m. Junior Choir Rehear-
sal. 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir rehear-
sal.
Maundy Thursday, March 26. 7:30
p.m., The Holy Eucharist with an
instruction on prayer. NOTE: This
Holy Eucharist will be celebrated
in memory of our Lord's Institution
of the Holy Sacrament of the Altar.
Good Friday, March 27. 12:00
noon through 3:00 p.m. A service of
meditation and devotion for Good
Friday. the Seven Words from the
Cross. NOTE: This will be a union
service sponsored by the Port St.
Joe Ministerial Alliance. Seven
clergymen from your community
will meditate on one of our Lord's
last words This service will be con-
ducted at the Long Avenue Baptist
Church.
Easter Day, March 29. 6:30 a.m.,
Union Sunrise Service at the High
School Athletic Stadium. This will
be a union service sponsored 'by the
Port St. Joe Ministerial Alliance.
7:30 a.m., Celebration of the Holy
Eucharist. 9:45 a.m., the Church
School will not meet 11:00 a.m.,
The Festal Choral Celebration of
the Holy Eucharist and sermon.
4:00 p.m. the children's Easter fes-
tival, presentation of the Mite Box-
es, the flowering of the Cross and
the Easter egg hunt. 6:30 p.m, the
Episcopal Young Churchmen will
not meet. 7:00 p.m. (CST) The
Celebration of the Holy Eucharist
and sermon at St. John's Church,
Wewahitchka.
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MINUTES OF THE
COUNTY COMMISSION

Wewahitchka, Florida
March 10, 1959
The Board of County Commis-



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Dean B. Servll, representing the
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appeared .before the Board and told
the Board of the advantages of us-
ing the Shoup Voting Machine and
said that the Board should give
serious consideration to appropriate
ing funds to purchase voting ma-
chines before another year. No ac-
tion taken at this time.
E. T. Pridgeon, Sr., appeared be-
fore the Board and discussed the
present insurance coverage on the
'Courthouse and Jail and said that
amount of coverage was much too
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immediate steps to secure the pro-
per coverage in order to protect
Athe taxpayers investment. After dis-
cussion, the Chairman appointed
ST ARS the Pridgeon Agency. Gulf County
Insurance Agency, Tomlinson In-
WIllams Avenue, Port St Joe, Florida surance Agency and Frank and
ublhlng Copy Dot's Agency to present an insur-
ance program to the Board, show-
Editor and Publisher ing the proper coverage and the
r Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader cost to the County and said that
Bookkeeper the Board would then consider the
A1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50 information furnished and would
3LY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE take aciton on same.
at the Potoffice, Port St. Joe, Pursuant to notice to receive
of a 87 tce Port Jo bids, the following sealed bids were
All 7-8161 received, to-wit:
Floyd Chevrolet Company, offer-
omissions in advertisements, the publishers ed two 1959 Chevrolet trucks at
ge further than amount received for such $7,285.92.
ntion; the printed word Is thoughtfully St. Joe Motor Company, offered
a; the printed word thoroughly convinces, two 1959 Ford trucks at $7,098.00.
Each bid was accordingito ad-
ord remains. vertised specifications.
After consideration, there was
signers of Gulf County, Florida, a motion of Commissioner Harden,
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, seconded by Commissioner Croxton
met this date in regular session and unanimously carried, that the
with the following members pres- County purchase the two Ford
ent:' George W Cooper, Chairman, trucks offered by St. Joe Motor
E C. Harden, Sr, A. J. Strickland, Company at $7,098.00; said trucks
;Qolemain W. Tharpe and G. S. to be paid for on or before Feb-
Croxton. The Clerk, Attorney, En- ruary 15, 1960.
gineer, Road Superintendent and C. E. Boyer presented a right of
Mosquito Control Supervisor were way deed, granting the County an
also present. extension of the present Bryant's
The meeting came to order at Landing Road. Upon motion of
9:00 a.m. Commissioner Strickland, seconded
The minutes of February 10, 20 by Commissioner Croxton and duly
and 24 were read, approved and carried, said deed was accepted and
adopted. ordered recorded.
Ted Richards and a number of The Board directed the Clerk to
Highland View citizens appeared pay Nellie Everitte $6.00 per month
before the Board and told of the from the Mothers' Pension funds'
sanitary problem in Highland View and to discontinue payments from
caused by the new garbage dump indigent funds to Jim Smith and
recently opened by the County Mos- Mrs. Fannie Starling.
quito Control Department. Mr. Sheriff B. E. Parker notified the
Richards said that this situation Board that J. G. Hersey is no longre
is detrimental to the Health of connected with the Sheriff's De-
all that live in Highland View be- apartment, as he resigned February
cause the water supply comes from 20, 1959.
shallow wells; that house flies The Mosquito Control Supervisor
are on the increase, which means filed a budget report on his labor
disease can spread from the source, account, showing that said account
Several others told of the health will be overspent by $671.80 and
hazard and living condition caused informed the Board that he would
by the garbage dump being so close have to lay off two men until the
to the residents of Highland View. dog fly .program begins.
The Board was requested to take The following applications for
immediate steps to correct this pipe were approved: Clarence Mil-
situation. ler and Braxton L. Ward.
The Board called the Mosquito Comimssioner Tharpe told the
Control Supervisor before the Board that he has checked the Road
Board and asked him of the sani- Department accounts for January
tary conditions at the garbage and February and found that all
dump. The Supervisor said that purchases were made within the
the Florida State Board of Health County except a few items that
approved the site before it was ould not be obtained locally; that
opened, indicating by its approval he thought the Road Superintendent
*that no health problems would be was doing a good job in carrying
created by the use of said .site as out the Boards' instruction as to
a garbage disposal area; that the purchasing
garbage is covered daily accord- The Board directed that a letter
ing to the State Board of Health be written to the State Road De-
specifications. apartment requesting that the street
Commissioner Harden moved that running from State Road 30 through
a thorough investiagtion be made Money Bayou subdivision to the
in this matter by the entire Board Gulf of Mexico be widened to 24
and especially by the Health Con- feet and a parking area added to
missions and that a report be relieve th dangerous parking sit-
filed as to its findings and if found nation that now -exists.
necessary that action be taken to The County Engineer gave a re-
correct the problem at once. Mo-
tion seconded oby Commissioner Mo port on the short course school for
Strickland and upon vote was una- county zoning adinistrat ois that
nimously carried. .. i ,,,,, 0 1 1 ,
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Calvin Floyd Attending Three-Week

Business Training Course in Detroint


Calvin A. Floyd of Floyd Chev-
rolet Co., Port St, Joe, right, is one
of 59 Chevrolet dealers attending
a new type of business training
course being pioneered by the auto
company. He is welcomed here to
the opneing of the session at De-
troit by T. 0. McLaughlin, head of
the school. Patterned after the
highly successful Dealer Sons
School, the new program of in-
struction was formulated for deal-
ers who have been added to the
Chevrolet roster within the last


three years. The course covers
such subjects as management me-
thods, business promotion, service,
parts and accessories, advertising
and customer relations,

County Buys

,New Trucks

Tuesday morning of last week,
the County Commission, meeting in
regular session, purchased two


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Ford dump trucks from the St. Joe
Motor Co., for a total of $7,098.00.
Floyd Chevrolet Co., the second
bidder, submitted a total bid of
$7,285.92.
After brief deliberation, during
which specifications on the two
bids were compared, the Board vot-
ed unanimously to accept the low


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The Board discussed Secondary
Road matters and the 1959-60 Sec-
ondary Road budget. The budget
hearing to be held in Tallahassee
on March 17, 1959, at 11:30 a.m.
The Chairman called a special
meeting for March 13 at 6 p.m. for
*the purpose of setting up a program
to present to the State Road De-
partment at the budget hearing.
The Florida Board of Forestry
notified the County that Mr. Owen
House has replaced Forest Weed as
Farm Forester for Gulf County.
The name of Mrs. Ida Douglas
was approved as a Confederate Pen-
sioner from Gulf County.
The Road Department presented
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gasoline and the same was ordered
filed.
The arm Agent presented his
monthly report and the same was
ordered filed.
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approved and ordered paid.
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to come before the Board, the meet-
ing did then adjourn.
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1III STA. Port St. Jo, PFJa. THUkODAY, MARCH 19, 1998 0C & ( of Plaama City won oe04
.___ Apalachicola and Bonifay won from
nern Ost0-- "0 acting as host. All town teams in the Panama City town team.
Vernon Hos To this area were invited to play. Friday in the semi-finals Port St.
Teams participating were Cotton- Joe won over C & G by a score of
lage Tourna en !t dale. C & G from Panama City. 58-55 and Vernon won over Boni-
'Vernon, Wewahitchka. Apalachicola fay. Saturday night in the finals
l-onifay, Panama City town team C & G won over Bonifay for the
The'Northwest Florida Invitation- and the Port St Joe All-Stars, consolation game and Port St. Joe
al Tournament was held in Vernon i Wednesday night, Port St. Joe won over Vernon by a score of 66-57
last Wednesday, Thursday, Friday played Cottondale and won by a in the championship game to keep
and Saturday with Vernon's town score of 59-53 and Wewahitchka for- he Port St. Joe All-Stars won
team and manager Sam Mitchell felted a game to Vernon Thursday. the last Invitational Tournament
held here in Port St. Joe by de-
feating Vernon.
Si Manager Sam Mitchell presented
ii the championship trophy to mana-
gers Benton Hamm and Walter Gra-
ham and the All Star players Har-
old Hinote, Gene Raffield, Bascom
Hamm, fltill Rich, and Harry Her-
: .-. "rington. The team plans to have
Sthe player's names engraved on
S. the two trophies and place them
Sin the lobby of the City Hall.

NEWS FROM
40 Highland View
S\ By MRS. EULA ROGERS
.Mrs. Willie Enfinger is visiting in
S. / MFort Walton Beach this week with
her daughter and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Willard Cooper and son.
W. B. Abberson left Wednesday
for a four week visit in parts of
California.
S, Mrs. L. H. Kelley and Mrs. Esslie
V. Knight visited in Wewabitchka
Saturday.
t Mrs. Ruth. Williams and daugh-
Sters and Mrs. Margie Cumbie vis-
.'ited in Wewahitchka Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davidson and
son of Vernon spent last week with
Mr. and Mrs James Calvin.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hewett
."spent the week end in De Funiak
D.'.g SSprings with relatives.
SWillard Skipper of Panama City
"" -.-E.: :- wai: '-- f visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
SGeorge Skipper.
., Mr. and Mrs. James Colvin had
-as their guests Sunday, Mrs. Col-
vin',s brother and family, Mr. and
Limit Two To A Customer Mrs. R. H. Branch and boys from
Kinard and her sister and family,
SMr. and eh Mrs. Elbert Williams and
Durin DANLEY'S Anniversary Sale Gwen and Bobby of Hosford.
LUNCH ROOM MENU
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Junior GA Meeting
The Junior G. A.'s of the High-
land View Baptist Church met Mon-
day at 4:30 with fiye members
present. The meeting w.s calleO
to order by the president, Marie
Rhames. The opening prayer was
led by Mrs. Ruth Graham The group
repeated the watchword, allegiance,
and sang the GA hymn. The topic
of the program was, "Tell His Sto-
ry". The meeting was dismissed by
Audrey Brock.
Youth Rally
The United Pentecostal Church
in Highland View will be host to
the Sectional Youth Rtally this Fri-
day night. Services will begin at
7:30. p.m. The temporary church
building i& located on Sixth Street
in Highland View. The Youth Ral-
ly is held monthly and is an event
of fellowship of the churches be-
tween Panama City and Tallahas-
see of which there are seven chur-
ches represented. The public is in-
vited. There will be singing and
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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 unfurnisa-
ed. Call 7-3746. Mrs. J. S. Shirey. ...
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
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 SL.

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 RENT: Attractive unfurnish-
ed first floor 4-room apartment
12th and Palm. Phone 7-4261 or
7-4481. tfc-3-5
FOR RENT: 6 room house on 7th
St. Call BAll 7-3856. Convenient
to town and school. tfe-3-5

FOR RENT: 3 bedroom furnished
and 3 bedroom unfurnished hous-
es at St. Joe Beach. Beautiful oak
floors. Small furnished house in
Highland View. See J. D. Clark.

FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave
Phone 7-5771. tfc-3-12
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
for couple only. Mrs. A. M. Jones.
Phone 7-7641. tfc-3-12
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom, living
room, kitchenette and bath. Fur-
nished. Four mi. south of St. Joe
on Highway 30, Phone 7-5065.
FOR RENT: (or will sell on easy
terms) modern 2 bedroom house
in Highland View, well located,
good condition, nicely finished in-
side. Responsible party only. 10P
5th Street. Inquire 104 Fourth St.
FOR RENT,-SALE or TRADE: In
Highland View. Two 2 bedroom
houses, modern plumbing. Each
wired for stove $40.00 mo. ea. Call
Mrs. L. H. Kelley, BAll 7-5058 r
Mrs. Warren C. Whitfield, BAll 7-
3983 or write W. L. Given, Crystal
Lake, Washington Co., Fla. 2tp
FOR RENT: House and large patch
of land for garden. $40. per mo.
See Roy E. Cox, Jones .Homestead
Road. 2tp


FOR SALE

FOR SALE: House at 1024 Wood-
ward Ave. Six large rooms. Nice
yard. Near Elementary School,
Phone 7-3041. 2tc
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-
ea in cypress paneling inside. Has
to be seen to be appreciated. 140'
frontage. Cll 9-1137. tfc-1-29
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house
on Monument Ave See Kenneth
Creech. tfc-2-19

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.
4 Bedroom home, 1% bath on
150x150 lot. Jones Homestead. Pric-
ed for quick sale.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom home
with den.
PRIDGEON AGENCY
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741



FOR SALE: Two bedroom house,
/with garage, on McClellan Ave-
nue. Only $450. down and the bal-
ance on FHA loan with payments
of about $55.00 per month, includ-.
ing insurance on dwelling.
A very nice two bedroom house
on Garrison. House is about one
year old and on high, well land-
scaped lot. Only $650 down and
balance on FHA-loan.
FOR RENT; A very nice small two
'bedroom house at White City.
125 ft. well and complete bath. $40
per month. 2tc
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate BroKer
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FOR SALE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLA. dinance, the governing of the elec-ICit
3 bedroom house at Highland ORDINANCE NO. 176-X tion and forms and blanks used op
View on paved street. Large living AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING therein shall conform to the sta- Cit
room, kitchen with very attractive FOR AN ELECTION BY THE tutes and general laws of the State a
built-in cabinets, nice bath. Two QUALIFIED FREEHOLDER ELEC- of Florida. Ap
porches. House completely done ov- TORS OF THE CITY OF PORT ST. Section 7 That it shall be the di- o'c
er inside. New well, new pump. JOE, LORIDA, FOR THE APPROV- tv of said Registration Officer to pui
Electric hot water heater. Priced at AL OR REJECTION OF AN OR- register all persons who are qual- ha
$5,150.00. Terms can be arranged. DINANCE GRANTING TO ST. JOE ified as freeholder electors for said thl
St. Joe Beach. Beautiful lots in NATURAL GAS CO.. INC., A COR- election, and who apply to him, in StI
this area for your summer home PORATION, ITS LEGAL REPRE- an appropriate registration book whb
or year round living. Reasonably SENTATIVES, SUCCESSORS AND which he shall provide therefore. '
priced for outright purchase, or low ASSIGNS, THE RIGHT AND PRIV- Said registration book shall be op- be
down payments and low monthly ILEGE OF, AND FRANCHISE en at his office twenty (20) days A.1
payments. FOR, CONSTRUCTING, MA IN- before the holding of said election frc
COASTAL REALTY COMPANY TRAINING AND OPERATING A and shall remain o: Pi. for such P.:
WILLIAM J. RISH, Broker GAS WORKS AND DISTRIBU- registration for at least ten (1-0) frc
6 RUTH C. SOULE, Salesman. TI.ON SYSTEM IN THE CITY OF days between the hours of 9:00' no
Phone BAll 74051 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, AND o'clock A.M. and 12:00 o'clock Noon fro
PRESCRIBING THE METHOD, and between the hours of 2:00 o'c
MANNER, AND CONDUCT OF o'clock P.M. and 5:00 o'clock P.M., wh
LADIES: Own your own business. HOLDING SUCH ELECTION. each day. Each person applying to wi
Set your own hours, make excel- WHEREAS. the charter of the, be registered shall, if qualified. rel
lent income. Wonderful opportunity City of Port St. Joe provides that take oath administered by said Reg- th(
for energetic person. Edith Rehn- the City Commission shall have the istration Officer or his duly ap- tio
borg Cosmetics distributor. Appli- right to grant franchises, as provid- pointed deputy to the effect that
cants write Box EE, Port St. Joe. ed by the general laws and statutes he is a qualified elector and free-
- Florida. 4tp-2-26 of the State of Florida, to corpor- holder of the City of Port St. Joe.
nations for the establishment or Each person taking such oath shall
FOR SALE: 4 'bedroom house. 1309 maintenance of public utilities in thereupon be registered by enter-
Long Ave. Call BAll 9-1706. 4tp the City of Port St. Joe, by ordin- ing in said registration book the
SOMEBODY BORROWED girls 24" ance first passed and adopted by name of such person together with
blue and white bike from Elemen- the City Commission, and subse- address, age, color and other infor-
tary School. Has basket. Finder quently approved by a majority of nation appropriate for the pur- ,
notify The Star. Reward. Phone the votes cast by the qualified elec- poses.
notify The Star. Reward. Phone rs of the City of Port St. Joe who Section 8. That all ballots pro-
7-3161. are freeholders, at a municipal elec- vided by the Registration Officer
PIANO TUNING and REPAIRS: tion at which such question shall shall be alike, either printed or
Factory trained technician. Over have been submitted to said elec- typewritten in plain type. in '
40 years experience, means expert tors; and straight lines, and on plain paper .a
work. Prices right. Bert Lawrence, WHEREAS,. in accordance with sufficiently thick that the printing
S-. .- .-.. -. thle terms of .said cliarteir of the or marking thereon cannot be eas-
YOUR OWN BUSINESS City of Port St. Joe, said City Cornm- ly distinguished from.the back. and
A health and reducing business in mission has,, by an ordinance duly shall contain sufficient information
your own city or community should passed and 'adopted by said City to enable the voter to know upon
return your entire investment with- Commission, granted a franchise to what he, or she, is voting; may
in 90 days. $15,000 to $25,000 poten- St. Joe Natural Gas Co., Inc., a also contain sufficient instructions
tial earnings the first year. We will Florida corporation, its legal rep- to the voter as to how to mark
equip your salon, train your _r- resentatives, successors and as- the ballot; and shall be to the fol-
sonel and prepare your advertising, signs, for constructing, maintaining lowing effect:
Write for full details to Matilda and operating a Gas'Works and dis- City of Port St. Joe, Florida
SBrock, P. 0. Box 3084, Pensacola, tribution system in the City of Special Municipal Election
iFlorida. 3tp-3-12 Port St. Joe, and now desires to Spei election i held for the
EW n at submit the question of the appro- purpose of determining whether
SEWING and alterations. Expert val or rejection of said franchise the p unified electors of the City
work, reasonable prices. Phone ordinance to the qualified electors of Port St.J oe who are ofreehotl-
7-3131. tfc-3-12 of the City of Port St. Joe who are ofr, lo approve tho e ordiance
freeholders; now, therefore, passed and adopted by the City .
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav- BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEO- C ommision of said Citv rant-
ing money see ua for anything PLE OF THE CITY OF PORT ST. ing to St. Joe Natural Gas Co.
you need in your home. STOP and JOE: Inc.. a Corporation. its legal rep-
SWAP SHOP. Section 1. That the action of the resentatives, successors and as-
City Commission of the City of signs the righlit and privilege of
NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect that Port St. Joe in passing and adopt- and franchisee tfora constructing,
bright new uphclstery with tailor ing an ordinance granting to St. Joe maintaining .and operating a
made seat covers. Many fabrics to Natural Gas Co., Inc., its legal rep- Gas Works and distribution sys-
choose from. Butler's Trim Shop, resentatives, successors and as- tern in the City of Port St. Joe.
Corner Second and Reid. signs, the right and privilege of, The voter desiring to vote in fa-
and franchise for, constructing, or of the proposed ordinance
UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your maintaining and operating a Gas granting said franchise shall put
furniture I1 k old? Bring it to Works and distribution system in a cross mark (<) after the words
Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second the City of Port St. Joe, County of 'For Franchise' and the voter
and Reid for expert rebuilding. Gulf, State of Florida, be and it desiring to vote against said or-
hereby is authorized, approved and dinance shall put a cross mark
Keys Made While You Wait confirmed; subject, however, to the (X) after the *words 'Against
35c EACH approval of said franchise ordin- Franchise.' "
SICYCLE PARTS ance by a majority of the votes cast
by the qualified electors of the AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO 1
WESTERN AUTO City of Port St. Joe who are freehol- ST. JOE NATURAL GAS CO..
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES ders, at a municipal election called INC., ITS LEGAL REPRESEN- .
BOATS and TRAILERS for such purpose as provided by the TATIVES, ,SUCCESSORS AND
Reel Parts and Repairs charter of the City of Port St. Joe ASSIGNS, THE RIGHT AND
and in accordance with the laws of PRIVILEGE OF, AND FRAN-
SEPTIC TANKS purDped out. Call the State of Florida so rar a.s the GHISE FOR, CONSTRUCTING,
S Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for same may be applicable, except as MAINTAINING AND OPERAT-
quick expert service. tfe -54 herein otherwise provided. ING A GAS WORKS AND DIS-
Section 2. That a special munici- TRIBUTION SYSTEM IN THE
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 pal election be, and the same is CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, COUN-
hour. Cut your lawn and let me hereby called and ordered to be held TY OF GULF. AND STATE OF
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf within the City of Port St. Joe, FLORIDA.
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- Florida, on Tuesday, the 5th day of For Franchise .... ---.-
so.n, Phone 7-7501. May, 1959, at which 'election there Against Franchise
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of shall be submitted to the qualified Section 9. That the .. ,i at said
St. Joheph Chapter No. 56, R. A. electors of said City who are free- election shall be open at 8:00
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All via3 holders, the question of the approv- o'clock A.M. and shall close at 7:00
ing brothers welcome. Robert L. al or rejection of the said franchise o'clock P.M., and it shall be the
Creamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R. ordinance. duty of the Registration Officer to
Maige, Secretary. Section 3. That notice of said furnish the Clerk of Election ap-
WVILLIS V. ROWAh POST 116, special election herein called and pointed for such election a list of
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet. ordered by the City Commission to names of the registered and qual-
ng first and third Monday nights be held in the City of Port St. Joe, ified electors who are freeholders
<00 p.m., American Lezion Home Florida, shall be published in a and qualified to vote at this elec-
--- newspaper of general circulation in .tion under the Constitution and
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. O. said City for at least thirty (30) Laws of the State of Florida and
0. F.-Meets first and thiro days prior to said election, such the Charter and Ordinances of the
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic publication to be made at least City of Port St. Joe. The Clerk and
Hall. All members urged to attend; once each week for four (4) con- Inspectors of Election appointed for ,
B. B. CONKLIN, N. G. secutive weeks during said thirty said election shall, when the polls
visiting brethren Invited. (30) day period, have closed, proceed to count the
J. C. MARTIN, Secty. Section 4. That this ordinance ballots and, when ascertained, the
THERE WILL BE a regular com- shall serve as notice of said spec- result of the voting shall be certi-
mpnication of Port St. Joe Lodge ial election and the City Clerk is fied by return signed by the Clerk "
No. 111, F&AM every first andJoe hereby ordered and directed to of Election and a majority of the
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. cause a copy-of this ordinance, ac- Inspectors of Election, and the
third Tusday 800 p.m. companies by a copy of the said Clerk of Election shall transmit add
Franchise ordinance, to be posted at deliver the same to the City Conm-
the front door of the meeting place mission at a meeting of said City
ED McFARLAND, W.M of the City Commission for a period Commission to be held at 12:00
ROY L. BURCH, See 'c. of at least thirty (30) days before o'clock Noon on the day following
All Master Masons cordially invited the date of said election, said or- .such election. T
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE said place until after said election the City Commission be, and the'
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310 shall have been held. A copy of same is hereby, called to be held
Fourth St.. meeting night every other said franchise ordinance shall like- at the City Hall at 12:00 o'clock
Monday. wise be made available at the office Noon on the day following said
of the City Clerk for examination election and, at said meeting, the I
by any qualified voter for a period City Commission, acting as the
of at least thirty (30) days prior to Board of Canvassers, shall proceed
| U the holding of said election, to canvass the returns presented by
L.W. DUREN Section 5. That the polling place the Clerk of Election and shall de-
for said election shall be tie City termine and declare the result of
Hall of Port St. Joe, and that the 'such election; and if a majority of (
candidate for 'following persons are appointed as 'the votes cast by the i- ,i' ...i elec-
officers to conduct the said election, tors who are freeholders shall be I
*. namely, Mrs. W. J. Daughtry, and in favor of said franchise, the City
ity Mrs. Durel Brigman and J. A. Ca- Commission shall thereupon de-.
1 son, Inspectors of Election and Mrs. clare the ordinance granting the -
os* Joe Ferrell, Clerk of Election. The franchise to have been approved
LOM ~IrSSI f qualified electors present at the and confirmed.
polls may choose, from among their Section 11. That this ordinance
GRO B N. 4 number, a person or persons to take shall be effective upon the same
GROUP NO. 4 the place or places of any such being legally passed and adopted
*person or persons so appointed who by the City Commission of the City
in the April 7 Primary shall fail or refuse to be present of Port St. Joe, Florida.
Your vote and support or ,serve as such Inspector, Inspce- Passed first reading this 25th
..... tors or Clerk of Election, day of February, AD, 1959.


will be appreciated. Section 6. That the City Clerk Passed second reading this 17th
shall be the Registration Officer day of March, A.D., 1959.
for thii special election and it shall Passed third reading this 17th j
-- ___- -be his duty to prepare or cause to day of March, A.D., 1959.
be prepared sufficient number of /s/ J. L. SHARIT,
registration boocs, blanks, oaths Mayor-Commissioner
for registration, certificates for (SEAL)
S PRINTING registration, applications for renew- Attest:
JOB P I I al certificates, certificates of trans- /s/ R. W. HENDERSON
fer, and other blanks and forms, City Clerk 4t-3-19
S1 including ballots, necessary and/or -
hone 7-3161 required to be used for this elec- NOTICE TO ALL FREEHOLDER f
tion; and when not otherwise pro- ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF
vided for under the Charter of the PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA (
.. --- City of Port St. Joe or in this or- Notice is hereby given that the --


_._.^__-_,_ rilHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, MARCH .,19, 1959

,; 'February 4, 1959, are not required Board's two South County sanita-
.-A ",*i- to re-register, tion commissioners to make an im-
--/s/ R. W. HENERSON, mediate and through investgiation
*, .e 7'- ~ -| City Auditor and Clerk
City Audtor and Clerk and report back to the Board.

Dump Ted Richards, who was chief
(Continued From Page 1) spokesman for the Highland View
group said the dump was "detri-
ty Registration books will be He obliged by saying that the site mental to health", "deplorable"
en at the office of the City Clerk, was approved by the State Boar nd they "would like for the coin-
ty Hall; Port St. Joe, Florida for was t d missioners to take immediate steps
period from 9:00 o'clock A.M., of Health, which sent a man down to move the dump and alleviate
ril 15th, 1959 through 12:00 -: -'' ,iI to pass judgment on it. the situation."
lock Noon, April 25, 1959 for the Daniell said that the county cov- _
rpose of registering persons who or-up equipment is based at the
ve been residents of this Citv for
e past six months and of the Highland View dump when it is not
ite of Florida for one year, and in use elsewhere in the county and
-o are freeholders. i that, consequently, the debris de- LISTEN TO
The City registration books will posited there during the day is cov- Th- D,$ H
open between the hours of 9:00ay-barring equip- The Baptist our
M. and 12:00 o'clock noon and ered up every day-barring equip-
on 2:00 P.M. until 5:00 o'clock ment failures. EACH SUNDAY 4:00 P.M.
MI. Monday through Friday and Chairman George Cooper told the Over Radio Station
mi 9:00 A.M. until 12:00 o'clock gathering that he'd been out to the
on on Saturdays for a period t r
on April 15th, 1959 until 12:00 dump a time or two and that, right
clock noon, April 25, 1959, at in the middle of it all, he couldn't
rich time the registration books smell much of anything, it all had
11 close. All persons who have been so well covered up But he said 1570 On Your Dlal
gistered as freeholder electors in Hihland View roup had his
e' City since the City re-registra- the Highland View group had his
n ordinance became effective on sympathies and he appointed the




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to be made from registrations of this week only. All regis-
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