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 Material Information
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: April 9, 1959
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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MONEY TALKS-Lt's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in awhile-Trade with
your home town merchants!


"Port 5 Joe-The Cvuet Port for the Aopcc.:h.ro.'eChafthoochee VWe;ihi.'
JORT ST. JOE, FLOREDA THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1959 NUMBER 28


TWENTY-SECOND YEAR


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PICTURED RIGHT at Local Cancer
paign Chairman, fGulf County TIn
sending a check to W. P. Com
Service, Port St. Joe. The checkJ
Divimson ijs part payment for tra
cor patient to a New Orleans Ti
Pearl Brown, Chairman of .the Io
Cancer Society, Florida Division.


Belin Wilt Lead

Cancer Drive

T. 0. elin will lead the 1959
Cancer .(rusade'in Gulf County, it
was announced: this week.
The M' l ,it--- and fund-raistng
drive *2,; i. -... April 19 a;nd 'has
bhe. termed "the greatest -attack
ever mounted against a disease,."
The whole month has b cen desig-
pated cI'' I Control Month by
pr1pidential. proclamation.
"Blecaugse cancer eventually
strikes two out of every three fam-
ilie ," Mr.- olin said, "there s an t
prge nt nefod for everyone to join
'I "u,. coupterattlek, either as voLb
unteers or donor, or bLoth,
'Amnricans have always worked
together to solve important prob-
lenms-. Cancer is loe of the most imo
portant, for it makes no diatjinc
tione between rich and poor, far-
mier or ..ciltydwolDer, old or young
It is the rnutIoer two diso-ase kil-
ler in the ITnitedl States."
Mr. Belin pointed out that Cru-
saedo volunteer rwil not .only ring
doorbells to collect funds, but will
diihbute -. .. I informoationL
about cancer. The literature stres-
ses the vaitii of health.
checkups to "guard your .-. '
he said. The ultimate goal is co0m-
plete victory i the war against
cancer, which claims about 255,000
lives *each year.
., Apleriian Cancer Society an-


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Tr Sp -ARKS- :s19& MOPES for a Wimnnticg team knock heads in
springg prailpoe. .. L~tt-i'i.r lost through graduation were Tony
Barbee, Ken Settlemlre, Weems Robbins, Harcid Raffield, Fred
Griffin, Capt. Alex Gaillard, Leonard Costin, Bill Chtsm, Jackie
Mitchel, Ed Smith, Richard Zipperer, James Knight and Steve
Lucas. Returning lettermen are: David Mussetwhite, Glenn A.i-
Sgood, Buddy Ward, Bob Kerrigan, Ed Bobbitt, Gene Cox, Terry Por-
ter, 'Pat O'Brian, Jimmy Redd, Howard Lovett, Bob Burkett, Bob
Munn, Jimmy Wilder and Willie DanieUl. Other candidates for the
team are: aFreddie Bowdoin, Courtney Martin, Ji-nmy Dawson, Drew
HaU, George Boyer, Blaine Tharpe, Richard Thcmpson, Ronald For-
bis, hesley. Fensom, David Nance, Larry Davis, Robbie Costlrn,


CHURCH SUNDAY


Evangelist
r eviva singing.
This re-ival is part oi the esn
operative effort rf -..: -, Bap-
tist Churches in nation-wide slmul-
taneous revivals. Raev J. C. Odum,
pa5sto o :.-, L-... Avr)yue Church
* .a .t the _y ..: 15 cor-
. -* ..-...: to attend the rervivals
m Baptnst, Charches of this

yrsexy at. th e churh bwill be
ae- eosh evening to care for small

The revival' theme is: "New Life
For You".



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George Durer, Joe Whaiey, James G!bson, Ken Marlow, Nelson
Hail, Mike McKenzre, Wayne Blackburn, Steve Kennedy, Don Young,
Carl Zimmerman, .Wayne Stevens, Curtis Hammond, Don Gardner,
Freddie Joines, Tom Grimsley, Roy Wood, Tom Kennington and
Jimmy Williams. Coach Marion Craig toid The Star, "Tnis s a young
and enthusiastic squad. They realize that we have much work to
do- in order to stay on the field next year .with many of our oppo-
nents. We believe that we have some boys who are capable of p;ay-
Sing Northwest Fio;ca Conference footbaii. Our probem..l to find
tnern this spring. We really m:ss oir senior players who have con-
r..ead so much to our faoot:ba teams in the past." (Star photo) <


i irst Primary



447 Votes Cast; Both Incumbents

Are Unopposed in Election

A total of 447 ballots were cast T-:-si,, in Port St. T."-'.
Municipal election to name two City Commissioners for two year
terms, The total votes was only slightly over one third of Port
St Joe's 1 ,'. -.-. voters.


Port Joe High ". -. Band participated in ".
't-Tt -.. .- ,'.. o .a Florida Bandmaster Association Band F:. last Fri-
:' .' and Satrday 3 and 4. Theevent was held in .
'Top ratings of -" were awarded unanimously by
',' ail -' -- in all chases of S .. .. :. This is .: ,
in that i ans that te local school : is consider ne of Baptists Will Hold
the beer bands of the state and places tem on the .':- E gelistic Rally
I s Fr the nai state band contest to be >eKd in Daytona :..-
Searly May. The Baptist churches of the Port
The adj-dicators for the. event St. Joe area, White ,- *. and Apa-
,ere as folo7s lachicoa will ponsor a giant evau-
Colonel Harold B. Bachman, re- .T gel 0ti :e-. Sunday afternoon at


I,?r o ; famous Bachman CMillion Dollar Joe ,
.' .B.d Ma.ney Ra. Whitocomb, direc-r Th rally is to begin the simul-

a' on at the sam institution -.-afternocn in the City Hall and set b participating in 19. Dr.
Pool, director of bands. T te C.a er' budget for ehe com Jame Southerland, president of
of Florida. Jonathan H. Hill, bace- 'ing year. The Board budgeted a Bible Intitut, will mb the
Headquarter is Jki e Blbna, Cam.- lor of music degree, Stetsc Uni-total of $2,43.00. In aiition to afernooes pesa oe
sit American sCncer Society, pre- versity. !the regular operating budget, the
forter of r's Ambulance The fotlowiua are excerpts from iBoard created a fund and who would like to at-
from the Cancer Society, Florida t, judg-e's core sheets: deposited $1,300,00 from surplus tend is invited to do so. But every
.nsportation. for Gulf County can- Mr. Bachman '(Concert Judge) monies in the fund andO pledged in this area should try to
mor Clinic. Not pictured is Mrs ..."A most musical performance. $.1 of the budget to go into the I e present, and bring others .to
cal county unit of the American, 'Thi band has an wide ,. ..; fund also. tis i 1', Raly. It will ba
i-k photo) expressive range" The Board set a full : K. an .SrviC& with' ich
.... "A performance which shows th.e of the Cham.ber for Mon- .' &ingirg as well aa a gospel

p, 1 wori of ta professional wh-o no.t on- *'." '".- 4 at 8:00 p.m. at ter message
i ly know h-w to teach, but toa co- Gentennia -, :. A barbecue ----
.SR-? r,'rn" ~-- ,--- duct" dinner will be served. BOAT CLUB WILL
'5 "A fine looking group with a The Board adopted a resolution MEET TONIGHT
fine instrumentation for a "CC" creating a new non-voting member
The rPoi i a; Jo-. slemrentary (,,, n. Oniommodoie Roy Jr., of
t band. This group would be a credit sdhp to the Board of Directors to 0f.
PTA will hold its 11ontly : to a school in the .tate remM., b f iled by the chairman of the ,theSt. Joe Boat Club said the club
April 16 at 8:00 p,m. in the audil of 'e. Thee youn people Rtail Merchant' Division as he is meet tonight at the Florida
torium of, the lent ary S school e rec g a.,h yor cat elected eachyear. s at Power Lounge at 8:00 p.mr,
'Ie, ui*a 'a t a h ear. T h nis tter wiss
ar.o, recivag a .,orthy edulu tion W31,, "he s-. f,, en iIs T h Clb is .s belgin-ahng
Selection o f c, i e oring 1 mus.icai experience." atiid b t-e :tll membership Club i
year will be heldt. Mr Whitcomb (Concert Judge) iTNhe 4 meeting, a coney ,. project to com-
R. HI ,... ipridet, e.tates Good 0 eed tc work for moPrPesdent Tom ColdeWey Mn t- he boatbas, nw about
that the executive comnyitte will control on reitscendo, pp, exactness ed the secretary to write a letter t completed and all hme.berp are
meet Moldv, April 13 ra 7:30 p. of vlue" of appreciation to urged to .be present to hlp with
in the school library and all oli- fetai! needs a reoa.t Bob S'kes commelading him i nt his .a project
cers are urgd fo be present rdeal of polish." succe'ssfu effort to secure a new L
The prgraj f or the mouti ly O .no work- pot ofci ce for Port St Joe Lunders Will Lead
meeting will be press' T tfed by Mrs ew out" The president also requested thCat
egget Mr. oy a letter e ten t Rpresent ong Avenue Revival
will present I.fth geo clue b in son e n io cohneni ed ratjug, iva Cei.G. C 'tin,' JIr, to endorse
choral mnh wse. Mr. Poole' (Concert Judge) 1hi., plan o' annexati of exio Rev. Charles 'anders, dpaator of
p"A fi< powerful body of toue. Beach to Gu-lf Counaty. the FIrst Baptist Church of v t.
V he public invited to lvidcnce of soudrl teaching. Need ---- --- y will be the .., f r re-vi-
attend ore control on t d o dya f Peop Je ral ervlces toko e hel in tho Long
.. .. .. e ,,ou orF of Father of Local P e ople
AND BOOSTERS W Baptist Church of Port St.
MAND TONIA W L S oun ta-prtiaco ideas go D MiSSISSp Jo. services will be hol& .1y
TheM Ba Booster, Aseo o.e -le c a:.; .. of rApri 2 -. "'- 19. W eek day sere
meet tonilh.t at 8:00 p.u. in ation'a l nte uneral services for Pratnk Leroy wll t o a>.t 72 anma and 8: 1l
the : School band, room t wre hld 1 morn- : services will be con-
lth School sad, roo .1.. 1 ion atl.liio ns- a' i.', afine wrrjl r'.v; h at Tfgular 'hearts.
All parents interested in the pro- iu-l' it na'th er" in' April 3 a the FIrst Mthdist at regular hour
of the band are urged to at. Mr. HI -c .( .. : I,'Khu, r '-- te
loud. MaC eHa.Ar.'r w1ramn who was.;55, d ,ed
tend Techuical Accuracy '"MarcS. wel-J1 Mr. Ha.m_ w, who *t S 55, dia e h +
Sdone like that foot tapping. rigt, il 1 at his sI
scientists, in laboratorieso A etr t y could be il- r cme in Eas t ui 1
o tbo countryI proved." He is solurived by his wife, ,s3
L cal leaders of (he Crusadeare: F: "This is where .this Oda Ballard Hammond; two daugh-
Mrso IL C. Brown. county chair- group exibts its best qualities-l ti- Mtra '.:. Melton and Mrs .
manu Mrs. Harold Odom, co-chair- good knowledge of fundamentas. Willistoa C'ason of Port St. Joe; .' *'
., ". Wayne Ilendrix, medical .' n good one son, Ha.ld o Bton Rouge, j ..
h Joe Wilkie, tr easurer; -- la, his fathr and stepmother and .AA.
'.i Marvin Land, secretary and IMusical Effect: 'Tonie seeni is. e, a"


Both candidates, 1 0 Nedley and
I. W. Dure were unopposed but
both received light N'pn,"-'!,,.1i at
the ,.l' from write-in votes. The
vote was expected by som- to bs
4ighlter than what It was, but last
li-.e.., talk of write-in campatges
on 'I,. <.e ,- spurred the voting
along.
I. 41 ;..,11..- ,'.--I..,i 385 vote li
his ', I. Numibe three. i-i clos-
est ..f i. I was Charles F. Beard
who i, .i' 51 write In votes. The
name of Beard was written In in
*I different ways and election
rules stated that each name differ-
enOUe nmut be conaldered another
candidate. However, the total of
tho varieties of Beard's name was
51.
'Of course, there were the asmual
write In votes cast for laughs or
for courtesy to several different
persons. These wore Otto Andetr-
son, Woodrow Henderson and ft.
A. .4 1. .I .. ., one o eh and I. .
Iawls, two.
In Duiren's Group 4, Duren polled
395 votes. His closest opposition
via write ins was B. Rawls with
40. Other write ins were two vIO.,I.
for D. P. Peter and thrao fto
Charle- I1'. Board.
The two aewly-elected candidates
will tagin ,i' yeaa terms at the
first .-I it, "' in Ma(i .

Visit In Birmingham
Mr. and. Mrs, A. P. Jackson and
children Connie and ,Dale attended
the goldoaen ,.l-.ri, annlversary
,- ,*'.' I -n7 of Mr. Jackson's par-


Cey in Hartford, Ala., last week eonts, Mr. and Mrs. HI F. Jack on
aend in .: ... i. ,, Ala., last weoek end.


t Joseph's Catholic Church Will Be

Dedicated By Bishop Toolen Sunday

Sunday, ',. 12, his .-.. h.,p 'Tl.Ia will
dedicate 'it- new St. J..' -.tis Catholic Church,
1 .. ., .: the -h. t,.,,t of i ti- church at '; i$, p.m., a
solemn .' .. I' ,I .i be celebrated by ,i.. Rev. Robert J.
S -. i ,, mrsung by the 1,!. ', choir riI r the .in '.. ,, of
Mrs, Mona Smith with ,,, ; i .., Feirel .\, 11, Jr. The !V,.',
Alban O'Hara will 1- ,'' the '.'- JI t. I, sermon.
At the conclusion of the services, September 1957.
dinner will be served to the Ai'ch-; Architects, Hart and Lettch of
bishop and members of the clergy Pensacola designed the edifice and
at Van Horn's Beach Club at Bea- it was built by general contractor
con Hill Beach. .'. t uan,


'Located on 20th Street and Monu-
ment Ave., two blocks north of
Highway 98, the new church is sit-
uated in a very desirable section of
the city on seven acres of choice
property c ousting approximately
$7,000,00.
The church was built under the


Completed and furnished at a
cost of approximately $50,000.00,
the new St. Joseph's Chiarch sl mo-
dern in design and is constructed
of concrete block with an exterior
veneer of Chattahoochee roase-toned
brick,
Seating capacity of the church


leadership of the Rev. Robert J. 0'- is 150 persons and an additional 60
Sullivan who served as. pastor persons can be accommodated In
from 1950 to June 1957. Formerly, on adjoining wing to the .right of
assistant pastor at St. Michael's the sanctuary. This wing separated
in Pensacola, Father O'Sullivaa from the main part of the church
was transferred to St. I ."..: ,:t'., by an accordion .1,'.,L door, can
in Birmingham, prior to the corn- be used for social activities and
pletion of the church. religious instructions. A compact
The present pastor, the Rev. kitchen, as well as two rest rooms
John Colreavy came to Port St. are built into the rear of the wing.
Joe from St. Bernard's Church In Laminated wood arches are us-
Birmingham and celebrated the ed in the basic structure of the
first mass in the new church in church, eliminating the need for
supporting pillars which might ob-
Ss "truct the view of the sanctuary,
Amber cathedral glass. windows,
'walls of pale green with natural-
l ..' ored birch wainscoating and
terrazzo flooring complete the in-
S' .. terior decor.
k ^ A wall of rose-toned brick and
natural birch wood pi-:l.a!,; la
used as a backdrop for the beau-
"" tiful altar of white Alabama mar-
,it.r..ble which was donated by members
of St. Joseph's Altar Society.
SA he circular "Ros" window de-
-* c. S --. .^ ~ picting the Holy Eucharit high
S'- above the altar, the lighting fix-
-' tures in the nave of the church,
'- and the baptismal fount were all
given by St. Sylvester's Church of
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-- -' ..,"' -* (Continued on Page 2)


HEARING SET FOR

DRIVE-IN ON BEER

SALES TO MINORS

Judge W. L. Fitzpatrick told
The Star late yesterday afterp-
noon that his office had called
for a hearing in Panama City
Monday to investigate whether
or not to close a Mexico Beach
Drive-in for iiin h bear to min-
ors and allowing them to con-
sume the beverage on their prem-
ises.
The action of the Drive-in was
attacked in -an editorial an The
Star last week.
Fitzpatrick told The Star that
the State t. .-,--r.,, Department
had also been asked to invest
gate the matter of revoking the
operator's beer license for this
action also.
The Judge said that several
statements in the case had been
obtained and would be presented
at Monday's hearing.
Since the establishment Is lo-
cated in -;i, County the hearing
will be held in the Bay County
Courthouse;,- Panama City.

Visit In Alabama
Mr. -andd Mrs. A M. Jowes and
, .-* Jao Freida attended the
band festival in I,- and visit-
(ei Mrs. Joined' brother, J. L. Ri-


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CATHOLIC
(Conu ted 4ta page 1)
Father O'Sullivan was the donor
of the magnificent semi-life size
crucifix of hand-carved w ood d
which reposes above the altar be-
neath the "Rose" window.
A donation of $5,000.00 by the
most Reverend Archbishop Toolen
as part of the Diocesan Expansion
Program helped to make the build-
ing of the church possible.
Landscaping and grading of
the church grounds, the parking


area, sidewalks and exterior spot-
lighting were all donated by the
Tapper family in memory of Capt.
Robert Tapper, pioneer Catholic of
this city.
Consideration and thanks are due
in great measure to church mem-
ber Joe Paffe, whose great ability
and conscientious attention to de-
tail helped greatly in his role as
supervisor of construction of the
church.
Previous to the construction of
this new church, mass was offered
every Sunday for the past 32 years
in a mission church of wooden-


frame Oh eighth Street. The old which to build a church.
church, adequate in its time, out- Two lots were purchased by the
grew its usefulness when the con- Aishop and the Railroad Co., do-
gregation began to increase and Vated two more In a choice loCa-
this new and larger church was tion on Aighth Street. Due to the
deemed necessary. small number ot Catholics in Fort
Thoughts turn back to the years St. Joe at the time, the building
proceeding 1918 when the old mis- of a church was postponed for a
sion church was but a dream. Mass few years.
was then celebrated occasionally In 1919-1920 with the locating of
in Port St. Joe usually at the home the Southern Menhaden Co., in
of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sullivan this community, the number of Ca-
by priests from Apalachicola. tholic families taeeased.
The roads at that time between At 1the request of W. D. Buzzett,
the two cities being mere paths, an outstanding. Catholi, Btshop- Al-
the priests were conveyed to Port len delegated a- lision priest to
St. Joe In a Cadillac mounted on serve part time in Apalachicola
oilraoad wheels and were chauffAer- *---


and Port St. Joe. THI STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Tapper In 1.920, the Rev. Fran- a beautiful and impressive cere-
cls De Sales offered his first mass mony.
in Port St. Joe as a regular mis, Father Fortier retired to Pensa-
slon. cola in 1926 where he resided un-
Father De Sales left for a larger til 1937 when he died at the age
parish in 1921 and the Rev. Charles of 96.
D. Myers, later pastor of St. Dom- Beloved Father Thomas J. Mas-
inick's in Panama City came to sey served as mission pastor at
take charge and said Mass at the the old church for 18 years,
different homes. Through the years from 1944, the
In later years, Father Myers was Rev. James Howard, Rev. Andrew
replaced by the Rev. G. F. Fortier !McGovern and Rev. Alban O'Hara
and it was in 1925 that the old served as pastors at the old church
church on Eighth Street Was built until Father Robert J. O'Sullivan
and dedicated by Bishop Allen in took over the pastorate in 1950.


THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1959

Under his guidance, plans for the
new church were formulated and
eventually became a reality.
The dedication of this beautiful
new church by Archbishop Toolen
this Sunday will be a joyous occa-
sion fo revery Catholic in this city
and a red letter day for all of the
long-time church members recalling
the dedication of the first Catholic
church in Port St. Joe in 19215.
A cordial invitation to attend the
dedicatory services at St. Joseph's
Church is extended to all by the
Rev. John Colreavy.


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In case of any questions, we
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In 1918, at the invitation of Den-
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Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:15 p.m.
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ateroad nas ood-cla matter, December 19, 197. at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
nlorida. under Act of March S. 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions In advertisements, the publisher@
do eat hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
te spoken word I given scant attention' the printed word to thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.

April Is "Cancer Month"
APRIL is a time of meaning for all of us .
of hope for those who have cancer ...
of gratitude for those who have been cured .
of sober foresight for those whom cancer may strike.
APRIL is a time of concern, of concentrated concern, for .-
we must always be concerned about a disease .
that strikes in two out of every three homes .
that kills 4,000 children every year between one and 14 ..
that kills 255,000 Americans every year, 75,000 of them
needlessly.
APRIL is a time for opening the mind and saving those wasted
lives .
for discarding superstitions about cancer, and unreasoning
fears .
for learning the facts, including the Seven Danger Signals.
for finding courage, borne of 'hope and knowledge, to act
in time.
APRIL is a time to act .
to make that date for a health checkup .
to guard your family and .. .
to give yourself maximum protection, should cancer strike.
APRIL is a time to join the Cancer Crusade .
,to support the educational program that is saving lives .
to provide every dedicated and talented scientist with the
tools. .
to find the answers to cancer and save lives forever after.


clean up and paint up their (pardon me) back side to present an
attractive rear view to passing strangers in order to make a fav-
orable impression of our town. As. president Tom S. Coldewey
put it, "We see -the same places every day and just don't notice
that they are getting to look a bit ragged. But if we leave town
for a while and then return, we can readily see the need for
cleaning up a little."
We congratulate the Chamber on its keenness of observa-
tion since efforts of progress by those who see them everyday also
tend to go un-noticed just as the signs of deterioration do.
The Star would like to add its voice of appreciation to
those who have done work on their establishments and those who
are in the process.- And of course, the fellow who is always over-
looked are those who are continually working to keep their places
up to par.


Legion Auxiliary
Names New Officers
The American Legion Auxiliary
met Tuesday night to elect ofifeers
and conduct other business. Mrs.
Verna Smith was appointed liaison
chairman to meet with the Post to
see about minor repairs to the
building. She is to pick her own
committee.
Mrs. Ellen Kirkland was appoint-
ed bake chairman for a cake sale
and she set the date of April 25
for the event. All' Auxiliary mem-
bers are urged to help.
The Constitutional Conference
for the Post and Auxiliary will be
held in Hosford, Sunday, April 19.
On a mosion from Mrs.- Katherine
Harris that the slate of officers
serving last year, be re-elected for
another term, was unanimously car-
ried. The installation will be some-
time in June for these officers.
The officers, are: Mrs. Anne
'Hart, president; Mrs. Nadine Har-
dy, 1st vice-president; Mrs. Else
Rogers, 2nd vice-president; Mrs.
Madaleine E. Whitaker, secretary;
Mrs. Verna Smith, treasurer; Ms.
Rubye Pridgeon, chaplain; Mrs.


h b U F t C Frances Henley, historian; Mrs.
Chamber Urges Further Clean-up _____ _____
Chamber rges ur er Cean-up ln Kirkland, sergeant-at-arms.
We offer congrats to the Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce
for taking notice of the many efforts on the parts of Port St. Joe
businessmen to "spiff" up their places of business and make the
City of Port St. Joe an attractive place to shop in and to look at.
In Monday night's meeting of the Board of Directors the
Chamber took official recognition of the many projects now under ....
way throughout the city to modernize and beautify many of the --. -
business houses. This body recently officially recognized this
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vinson Harper
work by penning each merchant so engaged, a letter of congratu- of White City announce the birth
lation and appreciation. of a baby girl, Frances Carolyn on
In Monday's meeting the Chamber also recommended that April 2 in the Port St Joe Municl-
each business house with a back facing Highway 98 be urged to pal Hospital.


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Elementary School
Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
*Monday, April 13
Vienna sausage, baked beans,
cabbage slaw, chocolate pudding,
white bread and milk.
.Tuesday, April 14
Spaghetti and meat sauce, turnip
greens, apple sauce, corn bread and
milk.
.'Wednesday, April 15
Hamburgers, buttered corn, slic-
ed tomato, onions and pickles,
skewed prunes and milk.
'Thursday, April 16
Liver with brown, gravy, rice,
raap beans, hot biscuits, grape
jelly, and milk.
Friday,. April 17
Scrambled eggs, cheese toast,
mustard grenes, white bread, cho-
colate ice cream and milk.

Billy Ayers Completes
Officer Basic Course
FORT BELVOIR, VA-Army 2d.
Lt. Billy W. Ayers, 24, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry F. Ayers, 8 Bay-
view Drive, Port Et. Joe, complet-
ed the officer basic course March
18 at the Engineer School, Fort
Belvpir, Va.
The course, designed for newly-
commissioned officers, familiarized
Lieutenant Ayers with the duties
and responsibilities of Engineer
Corps officers.
He is a 1952 graduate of Chap-
man Hgih School, Apalachicola,
and a 1958 graduate of the Univer-
sity of Florida. The lieutenant Is
a member of Theta Chi and Sigma
Lambda Chi fraternities. He was
employed by the Meadow Corpora-
tion, Montgomery, Ala., before en-
tering the Army.

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Student Council
Career-College
Day Is Success
Port St. Joe High School Studen!-
Council sponsored their annual 'Ca-
reer Day" program Tuseday of this
week.
This program is designed to help
the students from the senior high
school in choosing their future ca-
reers and also to learn about the
various colleges in which they
might possibly attend.
There were many guest speakers,
both local and out of town, that
told about their work and the quali-
fications that are required for one
to enter their field of work. Some
of the careers that were offered
were-Forest Ranger, State Troop-
re, Civil Engineering, Beautician,
Electrical Engineering, Nurse, Doc-
tol and many others.
,Several of the colleges sent
speakers to represent them. There
were six colleges represented. They
were: Florida State University,
University of Florida, Georgia
Tech, Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege, Chipola Junior College and
Jones Business College.
The schedule was arranged so
that beginning at 9:00 a.m. all the
students would meet in the audi-
torium for a general assembly pro-
gram. The Student Council Presi-
dent, Leonard Costin, was the mas-
ter of ceremonies. The program in-
cluded the invocation by Rev. E. 0.
Bradley, an address by principal
Leroy Bowdoin, a welcome by the
Council president and a band con-
cert. The featured speaker was
J. Garland Wynn, guidance coor-
dinator at the Florida Demonstra-
tion School at FSU. His subject
was, "W'here Are You Going?"
Following the main address, Wil-
lie Daniell, College-Career Day
chairman wished the guests a hap-
py stay at Port St. Joe High School.


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Long Avenue Baptist

REV. CHARLES LANDERS, Evangelist
7:00 A.M. and 8:00 P.M.



First Baptist

REV. EARL HALL, Evangelist
7:00 A.M. and 8:00 P.M.



White City aptist

REV. B. L. ARMSTRONG, Evangelist
73:0 A.M. and 8:00 P.M.



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TH it MTAR, Port t. Joe, Pla.
The Student Council would like
to thank all those concerned with
the help of College-Career Day.
They offered especial thanks to
Ed Eells for the help in decorat-
ing the stage for the main assembly
program.
T h e Council offered special
thanks to Calvin Floyd of Floyd
Chevrolet Company who is letting
the Council use a car to go to the
State Student Council Convention


THURSDAY, APRIL 9. 19Bt
to be held at West Palm Beach,
April 16, 17 and 18.
Attend Band Festival
Among those attending the band
festival in Quincy last week were
Mrs. Sue Spaulding and daughter
Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Chafin, Mr.
and Mrs. Arnold Daniell, Mrs. Gus
i Creecht Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs.
Herman Dean and Robbie Costin.







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By MRS. EULA ROGE
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Co


among the parents wh attended a Chipley hospital for two weeks
the district band festival in Quincy but is home now and improving.
WJ Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Powell and
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Cox spent son Stevie of Dothan, Ala., was
Monday in Sopchoppy. the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs.
ox were Mrs. J. W. Brock has been ill in Peavy Mims and daughter Tammy


The Highland View Baptist WMU
met at the church for a business
meeting Monday at 3:00 p.m. The
meeting was called to order .by the
president, Mrs. Ruth Harbuck. The
group sang the WMU song and re-
peated the watchword. The prayer
chairman, Mrs. Richter, read. the
prayer calendar and led in prayer.
All officers gave their report. The
meeting was dismissed with prayer
by Mrs. Peterson.


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of 1406 Long Ave.; In Port St. Joe.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Williams
and family of Fort White were the
week end guests of Mrs. H. B. Wil-
lisms and girls.
Mrs. L. H. Kelly, Mrs. Dan Hat-
field, Mrs. Essie V. Knight and
son Ralph attended a Worley re-
union Sunday in Bonifay.
Mrs. Sid James and boys spent
the week end In Havana and Toalla-
hassee with Mrs. James' mother
and other relatives and friends,.
Frank Blow left 'Saturday for a
two week vacation in Houston, Tex-
as with J. E. Blow.
Mr. and Mrs. Pelham Revell and
children visited In Ponce De Leon
and Bonifay over the week end
with relatives.
Mrs. L. H. Kelly, Mrs. Essle V.
Knight and son and Mrs. Dan Hat-
field, visited Sunday in Vernon
with Mr. and Mrs. 3. W. Martin
and sons.
Mrs. Margie Cumble spent Eas-
ter week end in Chipley with her
mother-in-law and family Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Rooks.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Miles and
daughter spent Easter week end In
Macon, Ga., with their son and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Miles.
Mfrs. Gene Adkilns, Mrs. Ruth
Williams and Mrs. M. C. Williama
spent Saturday evening in Pana-
ma City.
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Hill are at-
tending a conference of the Unit-
ed Pentecostal Chiuech in Ocali
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Laird of De Fun-
iak Springs are visiting Mr. and4
Mrs. C. C. Peterson for a fewi days.
Ronny Batson son of Mr. and
Mfrs. Bill Batson celebrated his
second birthday Wednesday, April
8 with a birthday cake and little
friends helping him to celebrate.
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R. A. News THE STAR, Port St. Joe, la. THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1959
The meeting was called to order -
by the president. The Bible was.figure in the cattle industry who, The states' financial problems
read from Acts 15:1-11. Six were'secording to the article, is now also came in for considerable at-
present and nine, were absent. The worth fifty million dollars,. tention in Kn'ebel's article as he
lesson was about Argentina. The ,Knebel describes Maxey's rise describes Florida's plight in the
members voted to start a visita- from a phosphate worker to the financing of new schools, hospitals
tloi program. Doyle Glass dismis- owner of 4,000 acres of citrus and prisons.
sed the meeting with prayer. The groves and his final merger with Describing the fabulous growth
next meeting will be April 18. Snow Crop division of Clinton of the cattle industry headquarter-
Chapter Herald Foods which later sold out to Min- ed at Kissimmee and Ocala, Knebel
TED WHITFIELD, JR. ute Maid Corp. and Standard quotes Douglas Oswald, vice presi-
Brands. The author says, "Maxey dent of Ocala's Commercial Bank
lo got a bundle big enough to choke and Trust Co.: "It all goes to
Florida Feature an alligator." show," says Oswald, "that hte best
S Other figures long prominent in way to make money on the land 1i
In Look Magazine Florida development are described to grow Yankees on it."
-!(


-by the Look writer, including W. M.
TAMPA-(FNS)--Describing the (Shorty) Davidson, a co-Owner of
state as Expanding Florida a Silver Springs. Pointed to, also, are
State of Mind, a State of Frolic, a Bonnie Heath, the Ocala horse
State of Profit, a State of Tension, breeder; A. D. Davis, creator of
Look Magazine has devoted the ma- the g i an t Winn-Dixie. grocery
jor portion of its current issue to chain; James Sottile and Son,
the Sunshine State and some of its whose citrus, banking and farm-
leading citizens, ing interests are said to be worth
Attthor Fl4tcher Knebel devotes $50 million; and the fabulous Mack-
considerable space to Latt Maxey, le Brothers, developers of Florida
citrus pioneer and- now a major land.


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On his late show recently Jack
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He said that a friend urged him
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Jack confessed that he knew very different stock than the one his opporturit-y to '-pAy trtbate to t
little about stocks and even less friend had named. "bo er people', th6e fa6ttil1 emt '- IlZ
about powe companies, but his "I was so duiib," Jack said, "I P16Yfes "W h' throtfih'I' tt. 7'ears
friend was so sold on Florida and bought the wrong stock -and you have helped -to create the orgabnlae leer
its future and so insistent that he know it has been gohIg up ev;r tion.
decided-to buy the recommended since." He did not state twhibh Ealployt-ee who had fr~161sd t-lf -
stock: stock his friend had re.?oarflende&d succaM, lnfll1 wlth te- inv4s- TA-LA
or which stock he bought, but whlih tors-who had provided the money HihiWay
. Not knowing that there were two ever he bought he was mistaken for tools and equipment and it-iaas laber' was
big power companies operating in when he said it was the "wrtiok" lfideed a happy and Impresslve gg eath d
* the state with names quite similar, stock. He probably would hEd# th itif. tBWi 'omo
he became confused and bought a been just as fortunate had he tfl- As the gets munched on dell- ed with t
lowed his friend's instruction, fOr clous fri6d chicken and other delf- Two hu
A'you can't go "wrong" on sauCh a acies they ceidcette acqctaincan- in high
Florida Tuvestment. ces aG a 6prssed wlth equal ridile three mb
LA L Had he becofie a stockholder of their .gratification over past re- "ith 30
the Florida Power -Corporation -nd cords and their utmost confidence last year
-attended a, recent etdklitoTd4-s it9 tlietttikie. Thlre eas little ai- 'rhe ec
'A L meeting I am ,sure he would have liB90.iobf bf money, bulldiiag~ or ia.
been tremendously impressed for chinery, but plenty about the pe- .I. n
he would have mingled with Over_ p1 -who used stch equipment so ba5,d 0o
| H o me,__ 800 fellow stockholders anid gotten effectively and profitably. It was 1'5'000
O ITI to know some mighty niportant unique in thd adnals, of tockhold. ineltdeaes
H o m e people who were signally honored -era meetings and a credit indeed to tor's aGli
on the occasion, the 199 FPC Plo- Presldeit Clapp and his co-exetu- er and as
Circle neers. These are the employees til-es who 1h id1 fi-ght it 4b'o1t. The to
cott irCI who have been with the compaliy Btusiss$ anid ndistry is miiih
for 25 years or more. More than finance, building, ma. progress.
Ie would have found the meet- chinery and equipment. -It is pi- .-
e Bath Gas Heat ing more like a county fair thn an l ple, htt b
- Terrazo Floors a stockholders gathering for Presi- thibukh their able, 'ftEtliul 'h~l-tie
;erator On Paved Street dent W. J. "Bill" Clapp of Florida work as a team to advance the -
Power has his own ideas about welfare tbf il Idebtirled .ritli ibh
DOW N such events and thinks they should, project. Each ain important cog,
be folksy without any traces of doing an important job, whether,-'
staid formality which uSattlly at- It be the stockholders whobe faith
tends them. He further tOok th+ cifig ti tii to put up the iledess- -
iyhimoney to provide cdstiy "to61l-
10 K 0 and equipment or the hard Workinr-
/TDC V-mployee -Who use.thi94taestment
IT COMPANY FREE that s firvesteiir relow fitin and-
Port St. Joe, Florida eluxe le helps make life more worth living. "
-uInL IWe congratttalt7 F16or Poweri
S V G T|O ] Cotiporatibton o ftras well deserved
HB H B H H H Ht i*f nllUlll\ la /nrecognitlon of '*Power, ,oIle" andi
OPEN^ ^ DALY \ ... its enterprise .in br gi.g-Stookehbl-
OPEN DAILY, 2:4 P.. dera and employees togeth r on
SATURDAY, 12:45 P.M. Advertised uch u aL hbaipy occasion in ofder'
in SaL Ev tthat the'y -mglit become i'etter'a -
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way Deaths
ease By 5%
&HASSEE- The Florida
Patrol repotted this week
s a five pe cent highway
crease during the ifrst
jnths of this year compar-
th efirt quarter of 1958.
indred and ninety-one died
ay crashes for the first
0liths of this compared
'for the first quarter of

onomic Toss amounted to
gering total of $36,376,000
i an accepted figure of
per traffic death-which
such as hospital bills, doc-
tices, loss of earning pow-
ssociated expenses.
tal for the three months


THI *TAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
period, 1959 first and last year's
second, follow:
. January 119 and 121. February
90 and 83 and March 82 and 103.
The big difference came in March,
which showed a 21 death decrease
this year Over last.

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tHE STAR, Port St. Joe, P THURDAY, APRIL 9, 1969 WiRtliAS, in accordance with
the terms of said charter ot the
City of Port St. Joe, said City Com-
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLA. MANNER, AND CONDUCT OF mission has, by an ordinance duly
ORDINANCE NO. 176-X HOLDING SUCH ELECTION. passed and adopted by said City
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING WHEREAS, the cirarter of the Commission, granted a franchise to
FOR AN ELECTION BY THE City of Port St. rua provides that St. Joe Natural Gas Co., Inc., a
QUALIFIED FREEHOLDER ELEC- the City Commission shall have the Florida corporation, its legal rep-
TORS OF THE CITY OF PORT ST. right to grant franchises, as provid- resentatives, successors and as-
JOE, LORIDA, FOR THE APPROV- ed by the general laws and statutes signs, for constructing, maintaining
AL OR REJECTION OF AN OR- of the State of Florida, to corpor- land operating a Gas Works and dis-
DINANCE GRANTING TO ST. JOE nations for the establishment or tribution system in the City of
NATURAL GAS CO., INC., A COR- 'maintenance of public utilities in Port St. Joe, and now desires to
PORATION, ITS LEGAL REPRE- the City of Port St. Joe, by ordin- submit the question of the appro-
SENTATIVES, SUCCESSORS AND ance first passed and adopted by val or rejection of said franchise
ASSIGNS, THE RIGHT AND PRIV- the City Commission, and subse- ordinance to the qualified electors
ILEGE OF, AND FRANCHISE quently approved by a majority of of the City of Port St. Joe who are
FOR, CONSTRUCTING, M A IN- the votes cast by the qualified elec- freeholders; now, therefore,
TRAINING AND OPERATING A tors of the City of Port St. Joe who BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEO-
GAS WORKS AND DISTRIBU- are freeholders, at a municipal elec- PLE OF THE CITY OF PORT ST.
TION SYSTEM IN THE CITY OF tion at which such question shall JOE:
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, AND have been submitted to said elec- Section 1. That the action of the
PRESCRIBING THE METHOD, tors; and City Commission of the City of
Port St. Joe in passing and adopt-
ing an ordinance granting to St. Joe
." _. ."^ -* Natural Gas Co., Inc., its legal rep-
Si i- resentatives, successors and as-
S- i r signs, the right and privilege of,
& maintaining and operating a Gas
Works and distribution system in
the City of Port St. Joe, County of
G C LADES Gulf, State of Florida, be and. It
G LA E hereby is authorized, approved and
CO UNTY confirmed; subject, however, to the
O UN approval of said franchise ordin-
County Seat,, ance by a majority of the votes cast
C t by the qualified electors of the
Moore Havein City of Port St. Joe who are treeiol-'
ders, at a municipal election called
for such purpose as provided by the
charter of the City of Port St. Joe
and in accordance with the laws of
the State of Florida so rar as the
same may be applicable, except as
herein otherwise provided.
Section 2. That a special munici-
THE FAMous pal election be, and the same is
,OATIN LANDMARK ..' '" "." '* *.. hereby called and ordered to be held
-.' within the City of Port St. Joe,
Florida, on Tuesday, the 5th day of
Glades County came into existence in 1921 ... May, 1959, at which election there
one of the 5 counties born of the division of De- shall be submitted to the qualified
Soto County. County Seat, Moor: Haven, elected electors of said City who are free-
the first woman Mayor in the South. Although holders, the question of the approv-
Beef cattle production and dairying are principal al or rejection of the said franchise
industries, truck farming, beekeeping and poultry odnc ot o s
play an important part in the economy of Glades Secton 3. That notice of said
County. This hunters' paradise includes tre. special election herein called and
mendous wild turkey breeding grounds. "Chalo ordered by the City Commission to
Nitka" (Seminole for "Bass Day") is held annual- be held in the City of Port St. Joe,
ly tq pay homage to the great abundance of bass n newspaper of general circulation
in Lake Okeechobee.said City for at least thirty (30)
In progressive Glades County, and throughout d ays prior to aid elecast thion, such
Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation publication to be made at least
works constantly to assure the sale. of beer and once each week for four (4) con-
ale under pleasant, orderly conditions.- Believing secutive weeks during said thirty
that strict law enforcement serves the best inter- (30) day period.
est of the people of Florida, the Foundation
stresses close cooperation with the Armed Forces, Section 4. That this ordinance
law enforcement and governing officials in its shall serve as notice of said spec-
continuing "self-regulation" program. ial election and the City Clerk is
Shereby ordered and directed. to
cause a copy of this ordinance, ac-
companied by a copy of the said
\tsr4 A United States Brewers franchise ordinance, to be posted at
l Foundation the front door of the meeting place
Florida Division of the City Commission for a period
o. 20s N. Main street of at least thirty (30) days before
S S Orlando, Florida the date of said election, said or-
dinances to remain so posted at
said place until after said election



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shall have been held. A copy ollelection shall be open at S:00 nooi ou -Kturaday, for a period
said .franchise ordinance shall like- o'clock A.M. and shall close at 7:00 from April 15th, 1959 until 12:00
wise be made available at the office o'clock P.M., -and it shall be the o'clock noon, April 25, 1959, at
of the City Clerk for examination duty of the Registration Officer to which time the registration books
by any qualified voter for a period furnish the Clerk of Election ap- will close. All persons who have
of at least thirty (30) days prior to pointed for such election a list of registered as freeholder electors in
the holding of said. election.. names of the registered and qual- the City since the City re-registra-
Section 5. That the polling place ified electors who are freeholders tion ordinance became effective on
for said election shall be the City and qualified to vote at this elec- February 4, 1959, are not required
Hall of Port St. Joe, and that the tion under the Constitution and to re-register.
following persons are appointed as Laws of the State of Florida and /s/ R. W. HENDERSON,
officers to conduct the said election, the Charter and Ordinances of the City Auditor and Clerk
namely, Mrs. W. J. Daughtry, and City of Port St. Joe. The Clerk and -
Mrs. Durel Brigman and J. A. Ca- Inspectors of Election appointed for NOTICE
son, Inspectors of Election and Mrs. said election shall, when the polls NOTICE is hereby given to whom
Joe Ferrell, Clerk of Election. The have closed, proceed to count the it may concern, that on March 24,
qualified electors present at the ballots and, when ascertained, the 1959, we intend to apply to the
polls may choose, from among their result of the voting shall be certi- Board of County Commissioners of
number, a person or persons to take flied by return signed by the Clerk Gulf County, Florida, to adopt a
the place or places of any such of Election and a majority of the resolution closing, vacating and
person or persons so appointed who Inspectors of Election, and the abandoning a certain alleyway in
shall fail or refuse to be present Clerk of Election shall transmit and WIMICO SUBDIVISION in Sec. 11,
or serve as such Inspector, Inspce- deliver the same to the City Com- T 7 S, R10W, Gulf County, Florida,
tors or Clerk of Election, mission at a meeting of said City described as follows:
Section 6. That the City Clerk Commission to be' held at 12:00
shall be the Registration Officer o'clock Noon on the day following All of Alleyway running through
for this special election and it shall such election. Block 4 of Wimico Subdivision as
be his duty to prepare or cause to Section 10. That a meeting of per Official Plat on file in Plat
be prepared sufficient number of the City Commission be, and the Book 1, page 31, Public Records
registration books, blanks, oaths same is hereby, called to be held of Gulf County, Florida.
for registration, certificates for at the City Hall at 12:00 o'clock' This notice published twice pur-
registration, applications for renew- Noon on the day following said suant to Chapter 22999, Laws of
al certificates, certificates of trans- election and, at said meeting, the
fer, and other blanks and forms, City Commission, acting as the isg s-anwaama
Including ballots, necessary and/or Board of Canvassers, shall proceed
required to be used for this elec- to canvass the returns presented by
tion; and when not otherwise pro- the Clerk of Election and shall de-
.vided for under the Charter of the termine and declare the -result of
City of Port St. Joe or in this or- such election; and if a majority of
finance, tile governing of the elec- the votes cast by the qualified elec-
tion and forms and blanks used tors who are freeholders shall be and DRY C
therein shall conform to the sta- in favor of said franchise, the City 7 S= C 0
tutes and general laws of the State Commission shall thereupon de- 1 0 E
of Florida. clare the ordinance granting the
Section 7 That it shall be the du- franchise to have been approved
ty of said Registration .Officer to and confirmed. TELEPHONE 7-5996 for
register all persons who are qual- Section 11. That this ordinance
iflied as freeholder electors for said shall be effective upon the same
election, and who apply to him, in being legally .passed and adopted
an appropriate registration book by the City Commission of the City li f f
-which he, shall provide therefore. of Port St. Joe, Florida. J ""
Said registration book shall be op- Passed first reading this 25th
en at his office twenty (20) days day of February,. AD, 1959. Complete Dry C,
before'the holding of said election Passed second reading this 17th
and shall remain opea for such day of March, A.D., 1959. Owned and
registration for at least ten (10) Passed third reading this 17th
days between the hours of 9:00 day of March, A.D., 1959.rew Hall
o'clock A.M. and 12:00 o'clock Noon /s/ J. L. SHARIT, rw B T s an
and between the hours of 2:00 Mayor-Commissioner
o'clock P.M. and 5:00 o'clock P.M., (SEAL) M te a
each day. Each person applying to Attest:
be registered shall, if qualified, /s/ R. W. HENiDERSON "' a i s --
take oath administered by said Reg- City Clerk 4t-3-19 R
istration Officer or his duly ap- -- RADIATORS*
pointed deputy to the effect that NOTICE TO ALL FREEHOLDER C
he is a qualified elector and free- ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF
holder of the City of Port St. Joe. PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA ,D TETC TS
Each person taking such oath shall Notice is hereby given that the I RT R 0and
thereupon be registered by enter- City Registration books will be
Ing itl said. registration book the open at the office of the City Clerk, REPAIRED and
name of such person together with City Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida for
address, age, color and other infor- a period from 9:00 o'clock A.M., AT S
matlon. 'appropriate for the pur- April 15th, 1959 through 12:00
poses. n''lnick Nnn Anril 25. 1959 fnr the o S I


Section 8. That all ballots pro-
vided by the Registration Officer
shall be alike, either printed or
typewritten in plain type, in
straight lines and on plain paper
sufficiently thick that the printing
or marking thereon cannot be eas-
ily distinguished from the back, -and
shall contain sufficient Information
to enable the voter to know upon
what he, or. she, is voting; may
also contain sufficient instructions
to the voter as' to how to mark
the.ballot; and shall be to the fol-
lowing effect:
City of Port St. Joe, Florida
Special Municipal Election
"This election is held for the
purpose of determining whether
the qualified electors of the City
of Port St. Joe who are freehol-
ders shall approve the ordinance
passed and adopted by the City
Commission of said City grant-
ing to St. Joe Natural Gas Co.,
Inc., a Corporation, its legal rep-
resentatives, successors and as-
signs, the right and privilege of,
and franchise for constructing,
maintaining and operating a
Gas Works and distribution sys-
tem in the City of Port St. Joe.
The voter desiring to vote in fa-
vor of .the proposed ordinance
granting said franchise shall put
a cross mark (X) after the words
'For Franchise'; and the voter
desiring to vote against said or-
dinance shall put a cross mark
(X) after the words 'Against
Franchise.' "
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO
ST. JOE NATURAL GAS CO.,
INC., ITS LEGAL REPRESEN-
TATIVES, SUCCESSORS AND
ASSIGNS, THE RIGHT AND
PRIVILEGE OF, AND FRAN-
CHISE FOR, CONSTRUCTING,
MAINTAINING AND OPERAT-
ING -A GAS WORKS AND DIS-
TRIBUTION SYSTEM IN THE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, COUN-
TY OF GULF, AND STATE OF
FLORIDA.
For Franchise
Against Franchise
Section 9. That the polls at said


purpose of registering persons who
have been residents of this City for
the past six months and of the
State of Florida for one year, and
who are freeholders.
The City registration books will
be open between the hours of 9:00
A.M. and 12:00 o'clock noon and
from 2:00 P.M. until 5:00 o'clock
P.M. Monday through Friday and
from 9:00 A.M. until 12:00 o'clock


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Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
of H. S. LI'LIUS, JEWELER, in the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, in-
tends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Gulf County, Florida.
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lfih Grade Science Fair Project Is

"Machines and Electromagnets

Mrs. Leggett's section of the fifth another rock and pushed until he
grade has for its part in the Science had increased his force and open-
Fair "Machines and Electromag- ed the cave.
nets." Electric magnets are fun to .We have found that though science
play with, and are also very use- is very interesting, we have just
ful. Magnets that pick things up as much interest in Social Studies,
and put them down again are elec- Language, Reading and Spelling;
t'ic magnets. They are made of to say nothing of Music and Physi-
iron with many turns of wire wrap- cal Education. Our days are busy
pcd around it, and, unless a current ones.
of electricity is flowing through In Social Studies we have made
its wire, an electric magnet will maps showing the industrial areas,
not pick up anything. This electri- agricultural regions, and the plac-
city may come from a dry cell es where our minerals are found.
battery. Each pupil has chosen a state on
We have learned that the cur- which to report to the class. So
rent that comes into our houses far, these reports have been very
and other buildings come from gen- interesting and profitable to us.
erators that are in power plants. Listening to these reports, we
We know that when we buy any- realize more forcibly our need of
thing electrical for our homes we good speech habits. We are trying
need to know what kind of current to learn what good speech is, and
we use-direct or alternating cur- how to improve our speech habits.
rent. We can also learn to be good lis-
teners.
W learned that there are six tene Arithmetic: we know how to
kinds of simple machines. They add and subtract fractions; to iden-
are: the enclin-ed plane, the lever, tify and use improper, proper frac-
the wheel and axle, the wedge and. tions and mixed numbers. We are
the screw. We know that machines using food prices to help us to bet-
make work easier; and if you see ter understanding of these con-
O-- -i-IA.5 .J ^ i. r. c i we -l .


our exhibits at .th e ar, we w
show you now an inclined plane


cets.
Last but not least, we have en-


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vers were probably used first by art work.


a cave man looking for a home.
lie may have found a cave that
looked just right, except for a huge
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ACTIVITY REPORT FOR
GULF COUNTY TROOPERS
Gulf County Troopers of the Flor-
ida Highway Patrol traveled 8,214
miles, working 531 hours durinZ
the month of March, according to
the FHP Panama City district of-
fice. The Troopers arrested 34 for
traffic violations, issuing 91 writ-
ten warnings and 108 -correction
cards for faulty equipment. The
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GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


Minister Endorses

Cancer Campaign

By Rev. J. C. ODUM
Have you ever visited a sick
friend and before leaving the bed-
side you would ask the question:
"Is there anything that I can do
to 'help you? If so please let me
know." The poor patient usually
replies with a weak "I thank you".
Actually that patient- would like
to say, "Yes, there is something
you can do. Perhaps not for me,
but please inquire if there is some-
thing you can do to help other peo-
ple from having to suffer as I am."
This may disturb you because ou
do not know what it is that you
can do to help others from suffer-
ing as your friend is suffering.
Well if it's Cancer- that your
friend is suffering from, then there
is somehting you can do to help
others. You can study the seven
danger signals o cancer. You can
have a physical check-up. But
what you ca ndo best of all to help
others suffering from cancre is by


giving to the Cancer Crusade for
research a n d development of
means and methods of combating
this number one killer.
Every cent I have ever contrib-
uted to the polio campaigns were
repaid an hundred fold with the
development of Salk vaccine.
We hope and pray that some day
an effective means of fighting can-
cer will be discovered and when
that day comes I will be more than
repaid for every dollar I have ever
contributed to the Cancer Crusade.
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Visit In Bainbridge
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Williams and
children spent Saturday and Sun-
day in Bainbridge, Ga., with Mrs.
'Williams' father, J. A. Barber.
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Spend Week End In Ga.
Mrs. J. L. Fuller and son spent
the week end in Thomasville vis-
iting relatives.
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17th PRIZE-3 Pair Esquire Stretch Sox --.-.. Mrs. Lila Brouillette
16th PRIZE-3 Pair Esquire Stretch Sox Mr. C. D. Spears
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-ST. JAMES CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev. G. D. Underhill, Vicar
Second Sunday after Easter, Ap-
ril 12. 7:30 a.m., Celebration of
*the Holy Eucharist followed by a
breakfast and meeting for the
Episcopal Churchmen. this is the
annual Ladies' Day for the Episco-
pal Churchmen. All of the men are
expected to attend and bring their
wives or lady friends. Further, all


~HE STAR, Port St. Joe, PIe. THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1959


of the women of the Church are
cordially invited and urged to at-
tend. We are most fortunate to
have as our guest speaker F. Her-
bert Robertson of Panama City.
9:45 a.m., Church School. 11:00
a.m. Mornin gprayer and sermon.
6:30 p.m., The Episcopal Young
Churchmen-A film will be shown.
The public is cordially invited


to worship with us and is assured
of a warm welcome.
----
DIANE SMITH OBSERVES
SIXTH BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY
Diane Smith celebrated her sixth
birthday Tuesday with a party at
the Jack and Jill Kindergarten.
Approximately 41 little guests
helped Diane celebrate.


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THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1959


rHE S TAR, Por~t St. Joe, Pit.


..APRIL SALE!!


USED CAR BARGAINS PRICES SLASHED

'5 rCHEVROLET 4-Door Hard Top, V8
Beautiful two-tone bronze and ivory, white wall tires, powerglide
Radio and Heater, very clean,

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IF


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FROM


BOYLES?

PRICES ARE ALWAYS
COMPETITIVE
QUALITY ALWAYS THE
BEST OF THE GRADE
YOU SPECIFY
SERVICE IS ALWAYS
PROMPT, EFFICIENT
COURTEOUS
ALL THIS AND S & H
GREEN STAMPS TOO


SALE STARTS THURSDAY, APRIL 9
HERE WHEN THE DOORS OPEN AT 8:30 A.M. -- YOU'LL BE AS
EXCITED AS WE ARE OVER THIS BIG SALE


~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~H PA CASH -R 1-c-- ~eal-LsLa*i ~ ~ ----


WHY PAY CASH
AT


BOYLES?

YOU PAY LESS
YOU AVOID MONTHLY
BILLS
YOU SAVE TWO WAYS
WHEN YOU GET S&H


GREEN STAMPS
WITH EVERY


PURCHASE


BOYLES SELLS U. S. KEDS
and KEDETTES


LOOK!!
Pefc Quait


Perfect Quality
Full Fashioned
NYLON HOSE
BOX 3 PRS,
$1.45
Favorite Spring shades Sizes
BV2 tO 11I
:.-;.-* *' g \' p


BOYLES SPRING
500 PAIRS
LADIES' SHOES

$1.94 and

$2.91
($2 and $3 Tax Included)
Choose from dozens of styles In flats,
sandals and oxfords Black, white,
red and beige. Sizes 4 to 10.


U


SALES SPREE


81 X 99 Foxcroft
SHEETS
A $2.19 Value for only
$1.77


High count snow white muslin guar-
anteed for 100 washings.
PILLOW CASES TO MATCH
2 for 97c
Better stock up now sheet prices
are going upl'


BOYLES SPRING SALES SPREE -
Perfect Quality 36" Standard Quality

BIRDSEYE DIAPERS Unbleached Sheeting
1 WORTH 29c YARD

doz. 77 .... IAI


We bought 600 to make this low
price possible. Better come and get
'em quickI


BOYLES SPRING SPREE


100 Yards Fine


COTTON FABRICS
3yds. $1.00
. prip 'N Bry Prints
. Sqlid Color Broadcloth
Spermanelnt Finish Organdy
yo4'll pay up to 59c yard elsewhere

BOYLES SELLS LOVABLE and
GOSSARD BRAS and
FOUNDATIONS

BOYLES SPRING SPREE


Boy's Genuine 'Lil Dad

DUNGAREES
2 pr. $2.94
($3. Tax Included)


Tough 10 Qz. bar tacked blue de-
nim, every pair guaranteed, sizes
4 to 1,


) TIds


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BUSY BEE
SPREE SPECIAL
We Get Stung. .You Get the
Honey on this Special Group
DRESSES
$3.99 and
$4.99
They're new Spring styles They
are excellent quality cottons .
They're worth several dollars more.
Junior and missy sizes.


BOYLES SELLS PEG PALMER
and DORIS DODSON
DRESSES


I


We bought 1200 yards to save you
money. Try and beat it anywhere


FABULOUS SAVINGS on These Items Reduced for Quick Clearance SAVE NOW AT BOYLES!


Values up to $6.95
Special Group NYLON GOWNS
Extra Large
Sugar Sack DISH TOWELS ---.. Now, 4 for
All New Spring Styles
LADIES' HATS -------- $2.00 and
50 Kate Greepaway
DRESSES for Girls __' Reduced to $1.99 and
$5.95 Colonial Jacquard
BEDSPREADS, Single or full size --- _
4 Only
GIRLS NYLON TOPPERS --- Reduced to
See The New Matching Dainty cool drip, dry cotton.
BATISTE GOWN and ROBE SETS ---


Green Stamps given at Piggly Wiggly, Pate-Thomd-
son Service Center and Tomlinson Gulf Service Sta.


GREEN STAMPS


Gulf
County's
Shopping,
Center


$2.89

$1.00-

$3.00

$2.99

$3.99

$3.99

$3.95


CLOSING OUT Values up to $2.50
PARIS BELTS FOR MEN ------ $1.00
Men's 10 Oz. Denim
Bar Tacked DUNGAREES, Sizes 28 to 42 $1.98
Sizes 1 to 6
BOY'S BOXER JEANS -------- Pair $1.00
Men's Assorted Prints
SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS -- 2 for $3.00
Combed Cotton, Nylon Re-inforced
MEN'S KNIT BRIEFS ---------Pair 69c
Wembley and Van Heusen Values to $1.50
ONE GROUP MEN'S TIES -----------50c


Men's Twill
WORK PANTS, With


Shirts to Match Suit $4.50


Always
Something
New and
Exciting


BOYLES SPRING SPREE
100 PAIRS
Men's and Boya
SH0 ES
$4.00 and
$5.00
OXFORDS and LOAFERS
In black, brown, black and white,
brown. Comfortable, all purpose
shes. Sizes through 12.
BOYLES SELLS RAND and
RANDCRAFT SHOES FOR
MEN -
BOYLES SPRING SPREE
Men's full cut, sanforized
CHAMBRAY
WORK SHIRTS
Each 97c
($1 including ,tax)
Men's 10 Oz. Big Dad
OVERALLS $2.91
($3 including tax)
Working men always save at
BOYLES1


Green Stamps given at Piggly Wiggly, Pate-Thoma-
son Service Center and Tomlinson Gulf Service Sta.


Over 1500 r-ctionally C ~ E
famou Fpr;juct -~ ~P


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


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THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1959


Z, M :
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JOE MOSCHEO, IGA Foodliner's piano playing produce peddler will
begin a live radio program over Station WJOE, sponsored by the
IGA Foodliner on Monday morning. The program will be aired from
9:35 to 9:40 a.m. Monday through Friday. Moscheo is an accom-
plished pianist and will play classical, semi-classical, popular or
any other kind of music on the program. The JGA urges that send
your requests either to them or to Station WJOE. Above all, they
they invite you to listen to this program.


Band Gets 'Superior' Fire
(continued from Pa 1) Gets
abovehethe staff. Not bad enough to GeS
ruin ensemble."
General comments: "I enjoyed The PC
this reading. This group has very Departme
fine routine which is obviously a three tim
credit to you and your line teach- very little
ing." -_ ail three
Student Ratings Saturda
The following Port St. Joe band ment wa
students won superior ratings in Mr. and I
individual contest events: rison Ave
'Stephen Whealton, piano solo, meat wa;
'Superior'. Mrs. Duk
Sara Linda Richardson, piano ing she h
solo, 'Superior'. ton to he
Rodney Spaulding, trombone so- the "higl
lo, 'Superior'. bore noti
Dorothy Dormany, twirling solo, th depart
'Superior'. Tuesday:
First Clean Sweep house tra
This is the first time in the his- overheate
tory of the Port St. Joe High School of the tr
Band in which a perfect slate of limited t
'Superior' ratings have been award- smoke da
ed. This is an outstanding accom- Wednes
plishment and does high credit to ment wa
the school and community. the GulfI
Bandmaster Herman R. Dean sta- View. Sn
ted, "I wish to take this opportun- the pier
ity to express my deep gratitude to tinguishei
the students, of my band, and to
all who contributed to the success
of our district band contest. This clans are
event is comparable to final exam- ing. I hi
nations in the academic courses of time to c
our school. The high ratings earn- creditable
ed indicate that our young musi- contest."


Department

Three Calls

art St. Joe Volunteer Fire
ant has been called out
nes this past week with
e damage being done by
blazes.
ay morning the depart-
s called to the home of
Mrs. Tommy Duke on Gar-
enue where some overdone
s smoking up the house.
e had left the house think-
had mashed the "off" but-
r range, but had mashed
h" button instead. Neigh-
ced the smoke and called
rtment.
,y at 12:30 a range in a
ailer at Oak Grove hlad
ed and scorched the wall
'ailer. Damage there was
o the scorched wall and
damage.
sday morning the depart-
s called to the dock at
County canal in Highland
mall damage was done to
before the blaze was ex-
d.


doing a fine job of learn-
ope every one will find
ongratulate them on their
e performance during the


TH1l tAl Port St. Joe, Fla.


operates under a shadow of anony-
mity." He said it should be given
more credit for building the nation.
The noted educator and admin-
istrator told his distinguished au-
dience that Ball ended his- formal
schooling at 13 and as a young man
became associated with duPont.
It was this union which produced
the duPont tradition, Gaines said.
Mrs. duPone shared the dreams
of her husband and Ball when the
financier invested heavily in the
state's economy after the family
moved here in the 1920's, Gaines
declared.
He said duPont and Ball calmed
the apprehensions and restored the
people's faith in Florida when they
developed a program of investing
in the future of the state's resour-
ces and bolsterin gthe fast-collaps-
ing bank structure.
Gaines briefly outlined the vision
of the two men who acquired lands
in neglected areas of West Florida
to establish a timber and paper
empire which sprawls over more
than a million acres.
He traced the duPont investment
in the Florida National Bank and
how it was built from seven banks
to a chain of 28 financial institu-


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manifest'. This belief is shared by
every scientist at present engaged
in the nation-wide research pro-
grain of the American Cancer So-
ciety. We can all renew and
strengthen our faith in final vic-
tory over this scourge through
prayer on Cancer Control Sunday".
The churches of Port St. Joe
area endorse this cancer drive.
---------4--
MRS. WHITAKER NAMED
TO STATE AUXILIARY POST
Mrs. Margaret Delles, of Tampa,


Shirey, Phone 7-3746.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment. Close in. $45 per mo.
Water furnished. Inquire at 19041
Garrison or phone 7-8642. tfc-4-9

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


Department President of the Amer- per pot on Marca 1, io9. tuy wnne
the price is still low.
ican Legion Auxiliary has highly 4 Bedroom home, 1% bath on
honored the Willie V. Rowan Unit 150x150 lot. Jones Homestead. Pric-
by appointing Mrs. Madaleine E. ed for quick sale.
Whitaker to the Area Music Com- FOR RENT: Three bedroom home
with den.
mittee. The area consists of seven PRIDGEON AGENCY
counties: Calhoun. Franklin, Gads- 411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741
den. Gulf, ,Jackson, Leon, Liberty FOR SALE: A large three bedroom
and Wakulla. house, a two car garage, two fur-
Mrs. Whitaker will also be one nished apartments, and one small
of the judges of the musical con- unfurnished house. You can live
test sponsored by the American Le-in largehouse and rent other pro-
te- rty for $13-5 monthly income,
gion Auxiliary each year at the Purchaser can pay $5,000 dwon
State Convention which will be and balance- n easy terms.
held this year in Jacksonville. A two bedroom house with large
______ having room, well landscaped yard
and a garage. Only $450 down plus
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP HOST closing cost. Payments will be
TO MYF SUB-DISTRICT about $55.00 per mo. including in-
surance.
The Methodist Youth Fellowship A very nice two bedroom house
of The First Methodist Church was with oak floors on Garrison Ave.
Can sell for only $650.00 down. Bal-
host Monday evening to the MYF ance on FHA loan. 2t
Sub-District meeting. FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
The program was a panel dis- Phone 7-3491
cussion on the subject of "Chris-
tian Vocations". Those serving on FOR SALE- VaV nt.tra.ctive thre


the panel were, Rev .E. 0. Brad- bedroom masonry house on Gar-
ley, Rev. Mark Anthony of Blounts- prison Avenue, less than 5 months
town Methodist Church, Jesse V. old. Large living room. Very nice
kitchen with plenty of cabinet
Stone, Mrs. Gus Creech and Steve space. Tile floors throughout. Car-
Whealton. Refreshments and games port and large utility 'room. This
were enjoyed by the 75 youth and house is a good buy' at $12.2t00.00
leaders present, and is already financed. Qwner
leaderspresent., wants his eqility.*... .
COASTAL REALTY G6.
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP IS William J. Rish, Reg. Broker
ENTERTAINED SUNDAY 116 Mon. Ave, Phone 7-4Q51


The Methodist Youth Fellowship
of the First Methodist Church was
entertained after church Sunday
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Johnson. Supper was serv-
ed to 40 young people.
Assisting Mrs. Johnson were Mrs.
Gus Creech and Mrs. Billy Howell.
----


CLASSIFIED ADS

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. ttc
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
LEGISLATION
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will apply to the 1959
Session of the Florida Legislature,
for the passage of a Special Act
for the purposes stated in the title
thereof, to-wit:
"An Act to Abolish the Present
Municipal Government-of the Town
of Ward Ridge, in the County of
Gulf, in the State of Florida, and
to Create, Establish and Organize i
a Municipality to be Known and
Designated as the City of Ward
Ridge, and to Define its Territorial
Boundaries and to Provide for its
Government, Jurisdiction, Powers,
Franchises and Privileges."
This the 9th day of April, 1959.
/s/ GEORGE G. TAPPER
------ ^ -----


SEWING and alterations. Expert
work, reasonable prices. Phone
7-3131. tfc-3-12


SERVICE OFFERED: Will do ba-
by sitting in my home. Call Mrs.
FFrances Batson, Phone 7-2648. 5th
St., Highland View. ltp



WE HA






100'sc


Over 400 Styles

(Come In and

Onl

JOCKEY, PA


Ball, duPonts Are tons In the stat. t, NOW
SGaines testified that the program FOR RENT: Furnished apartment Tide'
for couple only. Mrs. A. M. JOnes. novel b
HOnored At Dinner developed by the two men of vision Phone 7-7641. tfc-3-12 present
was turned over to Ball at du- .. M. R
Pont's death and he related how FOR RENT: 1 bedroom, -iving M.
The challenging tradition o a as developed since that time. nished. Four mi south of St. Joe 7-4141.
vision left by the late Alfred I. du- He said Ball has. continued the on Highway 30, Phone 7-5065'.
Point and the administration of that early policy laid down by duPont FOR BU
visionby Edward Ball' were hen- -F No
vision b Edward Bal were onwho dictated that his estate should FOR Garrison Ave Also two 2- Ree
ored Saturday night in Jacksonville be 'consecrated to the good of hu- bedroom houses at St. Joe Beach. area t,
by the Newcomen Society in No.,h vanity." All unfurnished. See Walter Du- ELECT
America at a dinner at the George Attending the affair from Port ren, phone 7-3171. tfc-4-2 No se
Washington Hotel. St. Joe were Mayor and Mrs. J. L. FOR RENT: Nice masonry house $499.00
Ball was referred to as a man Sharit, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Dowd, on Long Avenue at 15th St. Newly cessal
of vision, versatility and fidelity by Mr. and Mrs. J C Belin, Mr and decorated. See J. A. Mire. or .phone wor.cele
Dr. Francis Pendleton Gaines, pras- Mir T. S. Coldewey and Mr. and 9-1301.hone
ident of Washington and Lee Uni- Mrs. Harry H Saunders. FOR RENT: Four furnished apart- ternati
versity, Lexington, Va., who was ______ ments at $10.00 per week on 228 New 0
principal speaker at the affair at- 8th St. Scully Apts. contact Mrs. Street,
tended by more than 600 persons. Prayer Planned For w. R. Scully. 3tc-4-2
Roger L. Man, president of the d FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished AVON
St. 'Joe Paper Co. and The Florida 59 Cancer Crusade apartment. 1505 Monument Ave. work
National Bank, introduced the main AVONPhone 7-5771. t-3-12 Earn
speaker. In his preliminary re- Men and women of all faiths will FOR RENT: Beautifully furnished
marks Main referred to Mrs. Al- join in prayer this month for Di- 3 bedroom house on St. Joe F YO
fred I. duPont, widow of the indus- vine guidance in the 1959 Cancer Beach. Also one bedroom furnish- J og
trial giant, as "one of the most Crusade. April is Cancer Control lark oin caighland7771 after See p.m. SW
gracious ladies of our time, one who Month by proclamation of the or on week ends. tic4-9 NEW
shared the responsibilities" of her President.II bright
husband's financial ventures. Cancer Control Sunday will be FOR SALE made
Challenging Ideas observed here in Port St. Joe on choose
Main called Ball "a man of chal- Sunday, April 12. Corner
lenging ideas one of the "All human achievement is bas- FOR SALE: House and .three lots. UPHOI
state's greatest men." ed on faith. '"We all live with the 1024 Woodward. Three large bed- furni
faith that our children may grow rooms. Kitchen has pantry and Butler'
Gaines preceded his testimonial our children may grow space for dinette. Inside house and Ri
up in a world free from cancer, newly painted. Phone 7-3041. 2tc
to the duPont tradition and Ball The Bible tells us, 'Nothing is sec- Keys
by saying that "American business ret which shall not not be made FORWii ALE:. .a2.creso. nof an e T K


AVAILABLE: 'The Great
by Rubylea Hall. Historical
askedd on facts and customs
t here in yesterday years.
. H. Brinson, phone 7-5756
npbell's Drug Store, phone
ltp

SINESS OPPORTUNITY
MAN OR WOMAN
onsible person from this
o service and collect from
'RIC cigarette dispensers.
lling. Car, references, land
to $2,495.00 investment ne-
. 7 to 12 hours weekly nets,
nt return. Possible full'-time
For local interview give
and particulars. Write In-
onal Sales & Mfg. Co. of
rleans, La., Inc., 2025 Canal
New Orleans, La.


CALLING: Mature lady to
k at least four hours a day.
up to $3.00 an hour. Write
Box 3103, Tallahassee, 3t-4-2
U ARE INTERESTED in say-
money see us for anything /
ed.in your home STOP and
SHOP. -
CAR OWNERS: Protect that '
It new uphclstery with tailor i, :' ./
seat covers. Many fabrics to '
from. Butler's Trim Shop, .-\
Second and Reid:
LSTERY WORK: Does your ,
ture in k old? Bring It to
a Trim Shop, corner Second
eid for expert rebuilding. /
Made While You Wait
3S5 L-ACH


BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO /
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES "
Reel Parts and Repairs
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service, tfc-5-2 C. -
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf.
Service Station, Aubrey R. Toml:n- 11j"- fYF
son, Phone 7-7501. f A JlI A
Qf dallas
S r A precious WESTWAY MISS
W LC II printed sundress of DIP AND
....-DON cotton. Two tones of solid


fabric are used as shoulder
straps and in a bow on this oth-
erwise simply fashioned frock of
fitted bodice and full skirt.
Sub-teen sizes.
$8.95

THE
BUNGALOW SHOP
1010 Palm Boulevard


VE SPORT SHIRTS


f them


, Colors and Patterns

Count for Yourself)


/
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y Famous Name Brands at STONE'S

DDLE and SADDLE, McGREGOR


A, Home-Owned

Corporation
To Help our Home People
That Really Need Cash

St, Joe Loan Co.
J. C. (Chris) MARTIN, Mgr.
"We Lend Money On Anything
of Value"



A GOOD TIME WAS
HAD BY ALL


to nthe

Nazarene Mission
Sunday School ..-- 10:00 a.m.
Preaching --.--- 11:00 a.m.
Evening Wor. ..--. 7:30 p.m.
Mid Week Service
Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
REV. J. A. BLACKWELL
Pastor
3 blocks East of Highland View
Elementary School


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Fuller's igjpp Coo


2131/2 Reid Ave,
~^^^^^asat at^,.n ?-5^jmaaamieurn


Phone 7-7281


LARGE SELECTION of KNIT SHIRTS
Grew Neck, V-Neck and Collars

Woven Shirts, Including the New Jack Shirt


ONLY A FEW LEFT SHOP for MEN

Matched

Shirt and Swim Suit

SETS

"Port St. Joe's Store of Quality"


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