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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: May 7, 1959
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (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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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).
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
4nro I4L RI:D 5I0


TWENTY-SPCOND YEAR


J-ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1959


C of C Reports Query



From Another Industry


Ling Begin To Run In Bay As 70-Pounder Will Testify
The ling are beginning to run in and J. B. O'Brian (right) came in large, even for a ling.
St. Joseph's Bay as the above pic- the other day with the whopper, The fishermen say they caught
ture will testify, held by Chism, and the little one their fish with cigar minnows.
This is one of the first catches
The doughty anglers, Bill Ham- hled by O'Brian. The big fellow of ling made this spring in the
mock (left), Rush Chism (center) weighed over 70 pounds, which is Bay.


Cecil G. Costin, Jr., offered the
following explanation of his pro-
posed-bill to create an Industrial
Development Cojnmission f o r
Gulf County. The proposed legis-
lation has received considerable
opposition from various sources.)
"I have noted opposition to a pro-
posed plan for a Gulf County In-
dustrial Development Commission
which I mentioned in my weekly
report printed in a recent issue of
"The Star". I feel that this opposi-
tion may have stemmed from a lack
of ulderstan ing o f thp lan and
thep objectives to be accomplished
since no legislation has yet been
drafted to provide for this commis-
sion. In the last sentence of my re-
port concerning this plan, I called
upon all interested persons to give
me their views on such an agency
relative to its powers and the me-
thod of financing its operation. In
view of this request, I did not an-
ticipate immediate opposition to a
plan to promote the industrial de-
velopment of our County which was
still in a formative stage, and which
would be subject to an exchange
of ideas among all persons inter-
ested before a proposed law would
be presented to the legislature.
The Constitution requires that No-
tice of intention of such legisla-
tion be published 30 days prior to


its introduction in the legislature,
a4d ample tfmte wo04l4 have been
provided for such an exchange of
ideas,
"I was prompted to propose a
plan of this nature to the people
of Gulf County for the reason that
in the last session of the legislature
I sponsored a bill to provide for a
survey of the economic potential of
the Counties in the Apalachicola
River Valley system with particu-
lar emphasis on the Gulf County
Intracoastal Canal, and an approp-
riation of $17,000 was approved by
the State for this purpose. A very
comprehensive survey of Gulf Coun-
ty and its adjoining counties, was
made ,by Arthur D. Little, Inc., of
Cambridge, Mass., relative to the
development opportunities, econ-
omic potential, an- a suggested
community development program
was outlined. In the report of this
firm, many types of Industries were


mentioned that could avail them-
selves of the resources of our
county to an economic advantage.
It was pointed out in the report
that present public pier and stor-
age facilities in our excellent deep
water port in Port St. Joe were in-
adequate, and that the improve-
ment of these facilities be given
priority. Many other economic ad-
vantages of our locality were point-
bd out in the report. The statement
(Continued on Page 7)


Meeting Scheduled To

Improve FHA Activity
A meeting will be h md in the
Council Chambers at the City Hall
when a team from the Federal
Mousing Administratio% wil, come
t, i'lrt St. Joe to 'try to ast up a
Certified Agency Program for han-
dling FHA mortgages in the Port
St. Joe area.
The meeting will begin Wedne.-
day, May 13 beginning at 1:3) p.m.
All interested citizens are urged tu
attend.
FHA's Certified Agency Program
is aimed at providing the benefits
of FHA mortgage insurance ia:
smaller communities not easily
served by Field Offices, will soon
be expanded in the Jacksonville
jurisdiction of FHA


Session of legislation Is Half Over;

Costin Hopes for Reapportionment
During the latter part of this week, the current legislative session
will be half over. The biggest problem facing the legislature now is
to get the appropriation bill drafted in its final form for considera-
tion of both the House and Senate. Although I was hopeful at the
beginning of the session that we could keep the appropriations within
the anticipated revenues in order to avoid new taxes, it looks doubt-
ful now, and it is very likely that
some new taxes may be needed. opposition. I feel that their oppo-
The appropriation committee, of sition to such legislation is based


which I am a member, has been
meeting each night for the past
week in addition to afternoon
meetings in an attempt to reduce
appropriations, wI th out cutting
needed services. At present, we will
have to reduce the first draft of


our proposed appropriation by at
least 20 million dollars to come


on the fact that they want the
smaller counties to use their sec-
ondary road funds on State Primary
Roads and thus divert the Primary
Road Funds to the larger countries
along the East Coast of Florida. I
believe that this Bill will pass with
a large majority in the Senate, and
therefore make it possible for the


C of C, City Dads


Nix CommrIission

Representative Cecil G. Costin, Jr., received further opposi-
tion for his Industrial Development Commission for Gulf County
this week when both the Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce and
the Port St. Joe City Commission officially went on record as op-
posing the measure.
Last week, Harry H. Saunders voiced his objection of the
measure. Costin immediately defended his project in a press release
to a Panama City newspaper last Thursday afternoon, saying that
in his opinion, the measure would be good for the county and could
be easily handled financially.
Following all the newspaper publicity, Max W. Kilbourn, who
acted as sponsor for the measure sent a letter to Saunders offer-
ing to withdraw his support if the people didn't want the Commis-
sion. Kilbourn's letter said that what he knew about the measure is
what was outlined to the County Commission by Costin In a meet-
ing recently. Kilbourn said that all but one of the Commissioners
looked on the legislation with favor and he was acting on their
behalf in sponsoring the bill.
Saunders has stated that there is no personal anomosity on
his part toward Costin and "has no hard feelings" toward him. He
said that he is taking his action because he feels the project would
be too expensive for the county.
Costin has now called for a public meeting on the subject for
Wednesday, May 20 at 8:00 p.m. at the City Hall.


319 Cast Votes In Franchise Election;

Measure Passes Easily, 285 to 34

Approximately one-third of the registered Freeholders in the
City turned out Tuesday to approve the city's negotiation of a
30-year franchise .for furnishing the city with natural gas with
the St. Joe Natural Gas Company, Inc.
The measure passed with 285
casting votes for the frahia andMoves
34 voting against.. St. Joe Natural.Evaluation Team Moves
as Company,Inc., wil te the In To High School
election r'es~lts along with otherInT High School
data to Washington D. U., some Port St. Joe High School wel-
time this month to appear before corned its evaluation team at a din-
the Federal Power Commission ner Tuesday night held in the High
with the Houston, Texas Natural School Lunch Room.
Gas Co, For the remainder of this week
The Houston Company is seek- the evaluation team will be visit-


ing to expand tneir financing to
include certain projts through-
out Florida in connection with
their natural gas program. The
new Port St. Joe Corporation
hopes to become a part of that
expansion. The Houston Company
says that this expansion will
probably be the last for eight to
ten years.
The local corporation is asking
the Houston firn to constrAct
natural gas line to Port 'St. loo And
needed the franchise to stengthen
their argument,
Bearer of the new franchise is
a home.owned corporation with
present stockholders consisting
of J. Lamar Miller, Cecil G. Cos-
tin, Jr., and Benjamin H. Dick-
ens. Plans are to sell as much
stock as possible to local per-
sons. Tentative plans call for an
issue of 150,000 shares of stock
at $1.00 per share.


Happyland Class To
Present Annual Play
The Happyland Kindergarten,
under the direction of Mrs. Charles
Brown, Mrs. Norton Kilbourn and
Mrs. Walter Johnson, will present
its annual program on Friday, May
8, at 8:00 p.m. a t the High School
Auditorium.
This year's program is entitled,
"tapunzel". Art work for the pro-
gram is under the direction of Mrs.
William Howell.
Participating in the program are:


within anucipated revenues. This cities in our county and populated Rapunzel, Midge Howell.
would include such needed services subdivisions such as White City, Prince, Steve Belin.
as a reduction in the free textbook Oak Grove and Highland View, to Father, Michael Wimberly.
for children in public schools and get the street work done that is so Mother, Holly Hendrix.
other cuts in our public education badly needed. Witch, Susan Rust.
program. I am opposed to such in the field of Reapportionment Clock Dance: Joy Parker, Lanell
cuts in our public education pro- of Senatorial Districts which has Chason, Brenda Weeks, Otis Kate
gram, and would be in favor of ex- created such a problem in our Pyle and Janie Cathey.
tending the sales tax .to include State for the past four years, I Paper Doll Dance: Charmaine
the consumption of alcoholic bever- hope that we can arrive at a solu- Kramer, Debbie Floyd, Susan Rust,
ages off the premises which-would tion this session so that it can be Linda Grace and Deborah Mallet.
raise an estimated 17 million dol- presented to the people as a con- Wooden Soldiers: Walter Haw-
lars to provide these needed ser- stitutional amendment at the next kins, Jim Frimodeg, Jim Traweek,
vices in the field of public educa- general election. I have worked for Phillip Stikes, Kenneth Iot, Sieve
tion. a plan whereby our district would Belin, Ricky Winters, Aihhael Wim-
The bill which I introduced to consist of only Gulf and Calhoun berly, Chris King, and Howard Mc-
authorize the use of state second- Counties, thus eliminating from our KiTnon,.
ary road funds on city streets pass- present district Bay and Washing- Pole Cats: George McLawhon
ed the House this past week and ton Counties. The redistricting plan and Tyler Smith.
Monday was approved by the Sen- is now before the House Constitu-
ate Committee on Public Roads, al- tional Amendments Committee, of during this week so that it will be
though the Chairman of the Road which I am a membre, and I am- on the floor of the house early next
Board and its attorney appeared in hopeful that we can approve it week.


ing throughout the .school evaluat-
ing methods and results from teach-
ing in order to place the school on
an accredited basis.
According to Principal Leroy
Bowdoin, this is the first evalua-
tion of the local schools in eight
years.
Schools must be evaluated peri-
odically to retain their accredited

A report will be made by the
team Friday afternoon beginning
at 2,43 p.m. in the High School
auditorium. The public is Invited
to attend and hear the report on
the status of our schools.
The evaluation team is headed
up by Dr. Harris Dean, Supervision
and Curriculum of FSU.
-K
High School Band
Presents Concert Tonight
Leroy Bowdoin, principal of the
Port St. Joe High School, wishes
to announce that the High School
Band will play a concert on ThurT -
day evening, May 7. The concert
will be played in the High School
Gymnasium and will begin prompt-
ly at 8:00 p.m,.
The musical performance Is be-
ing presented as part of the enter-
tainment schedule for visiting edu-
cators who are our guests during
the current 'Evaluation program for
the Port St. Joe High School.
The public is cordially invited to
attend the band performance. There
will be no admission charges.
-K
Home Destroyed By Fire
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Walters of Oak Grove was totally
destroyed by fire early Sunday
morning. The Walters had just fin-
ished building the home the day
before and were to move In this
week. Walters said the house was
partially covered by insurance.


Hound Dog, Steae Atchison.
Hqot. Qwl, Ike Duren.
Swiss Highlander (Yodeler), Rus-
ty Ramsey.
Dolls: Debbie Woolford, Beth
Brown, Linda McNeil and Linda
McCullough.
Tulip Dancers: Freda Sutton,
Debra Buttram, Terry Chason and
Judy Hendrix.
The public Is cordially invited
to attend.


In a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce Monday night
Harry H. Saunders, chairman of the Industrial Development Com-
mittee reported that the Florida Development Commission had
notified the Chamber that a new industry was looking for a site
in the Port St. Joe area. The Commission sent a representative
to Port St. Joe to gather certain data that the industry required.
Saunders said that the St. Joe Paper Company furnished the in-
formation requested. He also reported that at present there


were'three industries that were
Port St. Joe.
Chamber members also were told
Monday that developers who re-
cently purchased a large tract of
land in the vicinity of Cape San
Blas will meet within three weeks
to discuss plans for constructing a
country club in that area. Jimmy
McNeil, who sold the land to the
developers, and is familiar with
their plans, said the group will start
construction on a 9-hole golf course,
swimming pool and clubhouse, ai-
ter a membership of from 200 to
300 has been obtained. Tentative
dues for the club have been set at
$280.00 for initiation and around
$14.00 per month.
The developers, who reside in
South Florida and Texas, previous
ly disclosed that they eventually
intend to build 5,000 homes on the
tract of land, including other such
clubs as is mentioned here, shop-
ping districts and possibly some
light industry. This plan is to be
completed over -about a 10 year
period.
'Saunders reported that Port St.
Joe has received favorable mention
as an industrial area at -the re ,ent
industrial convention held in Tam-
pa. He said Port St. Joe was the
only small city in Florida mention-
ed at the convention.
The industrial committee chair-
man also reported that he gained
considerable congressional support
for the Cross State Barge Canal
as the result of a recent trip to
Washington, D. C.
Other reports said that the Flor-
ida Power Corporation approached
the Chamber with an offer to pro-
dheet.'an industrial brochure for
Port St. Joe. The Power Corpora-
tion offered to compile all the ma-
terial, pictures, etc., and would pay
-half the cost of the prinitug-the
Chamber to bear the other half of
the cost. The brochure would deal
primarily with the possibilities of-
fered for chemical manufacture in
this area. The Power Corporation
also offered to undertake the job
of placing the brochures in "the
right hands" so that they would do
Port St. Joe the most good.
Under port development, Cham-
ber officials noted that dredging
already has started in Port St. Joe's
harbor, with a pipeline dredge now
in operation, working on the basin.
The pipeline dredge will be in Port
St. Joe approximately 120 days. A
hopper dredge is due to come into
the Bay soon and begin deeping
the channel. All dredging opera-
tions are expected to be completed
by the end of this year. This will
give Port St. Joe one of the deep-
est harbors and channels on either
the East or West coast of Florida.
In local Improvements, it was re-
ported that approximately 60 new
houses will be built in Port St. Joe
this year.
------K ---

Amateur Radio

Operators Organize


"hot prospects" for locating in




Bids for


New PO


Called

The Post Office Department is
calling for bids for a new post of-
fice building to be erected in Port
St. Joe on a site owned by George
G. Tapper Co. The location will be
on the corner of Monument Avenue
and Second Street and running
through to Baltzell Avenue. It will
be approximately 70 x 200 feet.
The building planned for Port St.
Joe, said Postmaster Costin, will
be representative of modern facili-
ties now being erected in other
areas under the Post Office Depart-
ment's Lease Program. The build-
ing will have approximately 4,908
square feet of floor space; 405
square feet of platform and 3,278
square feet of driveway, parking
and maneuvering area. Considera-
tion will be given to air condition-
ing.
Costin stated that the Postmaster
General holds an assignable option
on the tract of land on which the
building is to be erected, which
will be purchased from George G.
Tapper Company by the successful
bidder. Bids will be accepted up to
and including May 21, 1959, and
anyone interested in bidding should
contact John' Nutting, Real Es-
tate Officer, Post Office Depart-
ment, P. 0. Box 4786, Atlanta 2,
Georgia.

Date Set To Register

First Grade Pupils
County Superintendent of Pub-
lic Instruction, Tommy Owens an-
nounced this week that registra-
tion of all white children who
will enter the first grade in
school during the next semester
will register on Friday, May 15.
Owens said this registration Is
held each year to give the schools
some idea of the pupil load the
schools will have the following
semester and to allow time for
dividing the pupils up into class
size.
Owens said that Tuesday the
Gulf County School Board had
approved the sending of all first
grade pupils of Overstreet, Mexi-
co Beach, Beacon Hill, St. Joe
Beach and Highland View to the
Highland View Elementary
School. This is being done to re-
lieve the over-crowded conditions
in the lower grades in the Port
St. Joe Elementary School. The
Highland View School has am-
ple room to care for the students.
----omsioes.-
New Commissioners Are


On Friday, May 1, amateur radio :iwou 1l," VTi..Ic
operators of this area met at a 1. W. Duren and I. C. Nedley
dinner meeting at the City Cafe were sworn in for a two year
dining room to form the St. Joe term on the City Commission at
Amateur Radio Club. The club is the regular meeting of the Com-
composed of 12 amateur radio op- mission Tuesday night.
erators in Port St. Joe, the beach Both Duren and Nedley were
area and Wewahitchka. re-elected, unopposed, in the
Officers named by the new club City primary election last month.
are: A. P. Jackson, president; Har- The two Commissioners were
ry Brewton, vice-president and Dick sworn in by City Auditor and
Lamberson, secretary-treasurer. Clerk R. W. Henderson.
Members of the club are Hubert .-
Hickman, Wewahitchka, Tom Also- Chittlin Eaters Will
brook, Dick Lamberson, C. E. Lam- Chew On Fro Legs
berson, Joe Alligood, Durel Brig- hew
man, A. P. Jackson, Harry Brew- The Chitterling Eaters Club will
ton, Pope Fendley, Roy Hall, Eu- dine on frog legs Friday night at
gene Zeak and Sammy Parker. 8:00 p.m. at the Seafarer Restau-
rant.
Visiting Costins President H. W. Griffin and chet
Major and Mrs. C. W. Brock and O. C. Dykes have provided for a
daughter Charlene of Travis AFB, large group to be present with two
California, are visiting Mrs. R. A. trips to the river to provide the
Costin. They will leave for udty in hoppers.
Hawaii in two weeks. Everyone Is invited to attend.


Concerning Development Commission



Costin Calls Mpee t


Hear Public OpinioMs


NUMBER 32


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Mrs. W. D. Jones' w-a elected
president of the WSCS of the First
Methodist Church at a combined
business and program meeting in
-the church social. room Monday,
May" 4. There were 31 ladies pres-
ent.
Mrs. Jones presided at the meet-
ing at which 1958-59 reports were
given. Mrs.. Herman 'Dean gave- a
program Inviting the members to
come to a proposed 'budget meet-
ing. Mrs. Gus Creech explained the
financial report of the .budget. It
was accepted for the year 1959-60.
Mrs. Ralph Swatts and Mrs. Jimmy
Harrison presented, an' impressive
pledge service.


J. C. Laney presented Mrs. Maude
Brinson a life membership pen for
her faithful attendance and service
to the Woman's Society. The meet-
ing closed with the benediction.
The Circle membership is as fol-
lows:
Circle 1
Mrs. H. W. Griffin, chairman;
Mesdames G. S. Croxton, Robert
Kerrigan, 0. M. Taylor, H. R. Ad-
ams, Joe Grimsley, E. T. Pridgeon,
Sr., Bernard Pridgeon, C. W. John-
son, J. T. Rick-etson, Walter Duren,
Joe Johnson, George Adkins, A. S.
Chason, A. J. Owens, Ralph Swatts,
Wayne Buttram, Tom Byrd, H. T.
Brinson, Walter Johnson, S. B. Shu-


At the close of the meeting Mrs. ford, M. K. Hurlbut and I. C. Ned-




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Circle Meetings


Mrs. John Drew, chairman; Mes-
dames, J. T. McNeill, Jr., J. T. Mc-
Neil, Sr., D..R. Rutland, J. L. Tem-
ple,. Bob King, E 0. Bradley, Carl'
Armstrong, J. D. Sexton, Gordon
Hallmark, H. C. Brown and W. H.
Howell, Jr.
Circle 4
Mrs. J. L. Sharit, chairman; .Mes-
dames Jimmie Harrison, Sallie Cos-
tin, Gus Creech, Joe Hendrix, Hil-
dreth Miller, Leonard Belin, Edwin
Ramsey, J. C. Belin and J. T.
Graves.

Local Historians


They were taken to the flight line
where the ysaw an airplane being
refueled. While the were watching
this operation, the pilot of the
plane visited with the children. A
helicopter was available for their
inspection. The children had a ring
side seat and were able to get a
close view of the helicopter rising
into the air.
The boys got to put on a para-
chute' and a pilot's helmet.
After spending the morning at the
base, the children enjoyed a deli-
cious lunch at the Tyndall Field
Elementary School.


Visit U of F Library ST. JAMES CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
-- Rev. G. D. Underhill, Vicar
SMrs. R. H. Brinson, curator of Sunday after Ascension, May 10.
the local Constitution Park Mu- 7:30 a.m., Celebration of the Holy
seum, and Mrs. Ned S. Porter, pres- Eucharist followed by a breakfast
dent of. -th St. Joseph Historical and meeting for the Episcopal
Society, made a trip to the Univer- Churchmen. 9:45 a.m., Church
sity of Florida at Gainesvlile the ,School. 11:00 a.m., Morning prayer
middle of last week. They spent an dsermon. This is Youth Sunday
several .days there in the interest for the Episcopal Church through-
of collecting historical data at the out the country. Therefore, .our
University library. Episcopal Young Churchmen will
Mrs. Porter had appointments take the entire service of Morning
with Dr. Rembert W. Pa'tick, edi- prayer and sermon. Give them your
So support by attending the service.
tor of Florida Hostorical Quarterly 6:30 p.m., The Episcopal Young
and Dean of History at the UTniver- Churchmen, a film will be shown.
sity of Florida. He is also author of The.public is cordially invited to
"Florida. Under Elve Flags" and worship with us and is assured of
other books. a -warm welcome.

Mr; and Mrs. Ned Porter had as Mrs. P. Hidalgo, the former Miss
their guests over the week end, Patsy Wilder, is spending this week
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Daspit of with her parents, Mr. *and Mrs. B.
New Orleans, La. W. Wilder.


C 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 7:80 P.M. ,
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .- 7:45 P.M.

"Come and Worship God With Us"


Picrci.2 Second Graders
Mrs.' Chauncey Costin, chairman;
Mesdames Nettle" Anchors, Paul Visit Tyndall
Blount, *Herman Dean, Williston
Chason, Charles Brown, Patty Lov-
ett, W. T..Mosely, Jr., A. M. Jones, The Highland View Elementary
Sr., A. M. Jones, Jr., T. H Stone, School Second Grade visited at
Mamie Wimberly, S. B Witt, B. R. Tyndall Air Force Base Tuesday,
Gibson, Henry Geddie, Ivey Wil- May 5. Mrs. R. C. Lewis, Mrs. How-
liams, Purvis Howell, J. C. Laney, ard Rogers, Mrs. 'Ralph Branch,
Fennon Talley, B. E. Rawls, George Mrs. Grover Clark and the teacher,
Suber and R. W. Smith. Mrs. Ben Dickens accompanied the
Circle 3 group:


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


NEWS FROM

Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS

Pfc. and Mrs. Jimmie Griffin of
Fort Rucker, Ala., visited his, par-
ents over the week end, Mr. and
Mrs. Curtis Griffin.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Pitts is visit-
ing relatives in Freeport for two
weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whittington
had their children 'Sunday as visi-
tors. Mr. and Mrs. Dorman and
children of Panama City, Mr. and
Mrs. Johnnie Davis also -of Panama
City and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dykes
of Apalachicola.
Rev. B. W. Suggs mother of Bra-
denton is visiting them this week.
Mr. -and Mrs. William Coleman
and children of Jacksonville were
visitors of his. mother, Mrs.- W. P.
Coleman and other relatives.
SMr. and Mrs. Doss' Kelley and
son spent the week end in Dothan,
Ala., with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Otis Mixon and-MVr. and Mrs.
Doss -Kelley, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Daniels spent
Saturday in Panama City on busi-
ness.
Mr. and Mrs. James Kelley and
children spent Monday in Wewahit-
chka.
Mr. and Mits. B. 0. Peters spent
their vacation, for two weeks in
different cities in South Florida
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hagen in
Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. W. W; Carr
in Orbandale, Mr. add Mrs. Foy
Peters of Umatilla and also his
mother, Mrs. Georgia Peters of
Brewton, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stone and
son visited his parents in Altha
last week, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stoneq.
Rev. B. W. Suggs and family
were called to Bradenton on April
26 because of the death of Rev.
Suggs father, Fienie Suggs. Mr.
Suggs was survived by four sons
and four daughters, Jack, Harold,
Russell all of Bradenton and Rev.
B. W. Suggs of Highland View. Mrs.
Selma Case, Maggie Smith, Clara
Smith, Laura Ushner, all of Bra-
denton and his wife. Funeral ser-
vices were held in the- Church of
God with burial in Bethany Ceme-
tery.
aMr. and Mrs. B. C. Jones of Pan-
ama City visited Mr. and Mrs. B.
R. Nobles and children Sunday.
Mrs. Henrietta Carr and daugh-
ter spent- last week visiting with.
her -mother, Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
Peters.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stone
this week were Mr. and Mrs. Coy
Roberts and sons of Alford.


THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1959


Lewis Rogers and Melvin Sea-
wright spent Sunday in Panama
City.
YWA Meets
The Highland View YWA met at
Glynda Burkes home for a Hawa-
iian party Monday, May 4, at 7:30.
The meeting was held in the yard
The girls present were: Valeria
Roberts, Glynda Burke, Boggie
Kilbourne Jeanette Armstrong,
Fayette Schroeder, Cookie Rich-
ards, Dos. Asbell, Jo Ann Coker and
Betty Butts. The counsellors were
also present. They are Mrs. Floyd
and. Mrs. Roberts. Refreshments
were served after the meeting.
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ters spent the week end in Vernon
visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Burns at-
tended the funeral of Mr. Burns
cousin, who died suddenly at his
home Wednesday in Pensacola.
Miss Charlotte Wilson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson is
a patient in .the Bay Memorial Hos-
pital in Panama ICty for an indef-
inite period.
Mr. and :Mrs. Pelham Revells and
Mrs. Ruth Griffin spent last Mon-
day in Panama City and while there
visited little Miss Charlotte Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Apple Norris and
Mrs. Nelson Gardner motored to
Tallahassee where Mr. Norris ful-
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less than Nine Hundred Seventy
Dollars ($970.00) per bond and ac-
crued interest or for less than all
of the bonds offered will be efter-
talned.. The bonds will be awarded
to the bidder offering to purchase
the bonds at the lowest interest
cost of the City, such cost to be de-
- termined by deducting the total
amount of any premium from or
by adding the total amount of any
premium from or by adding uthe to-
tal amount of any discount to the
aggregate amount of interest on all
of the bonds from the- date there-
of until their respective maturities.
Each bid must be enclosed in a
sealed envelope marked "Proposal
for Bonds", must be accompanied
by a certified or bank cashier's or
treasurer's check for $1,100.00, pay-
able unconditionally to the order
of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
on which no interest will be allow-
ed. Award or rejection of bids will
be made on the. date above stated.
for the receipt of bids, and the
checks of unsuccessful bidders will
be returned immediately.
The check of the successful bid-
der will be held unwashed as secur-
ity for the performance of his bid,
-but in the event that the successful
bidder shall fail to comply with the
terms of his bid the check may then
,be cashed and the proceeds thereof
retained as and for full liquidated
damages.
The unqualified approving opin-
ion of Patterson, Freeman, Richard-
son and Watson of Jacksonville,
Florida will be furnished without
cost to the purchasers of the bonds.
There will also be furnished the
usual closing papers.
The, right to reject any or all
bids is reserved.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
FLORIDA
J. L. SHARIT,
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
R. W. HENDERSON .2t
City Audltor-Clerk- 4-23


Those smiles you have bee nsee- comforts of their new home on We are all glad to hear that An- the week end in Atlanta, Ga, visit- rHE STAR. Pbrt St. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1959
ing on the faces of the John Mc- Madison Street. derson Davis has returned to work ing relatives.
Kenzie family is due to the fact Mr. and Mrs. T. Turner and famr- after his illness ..and we all wish Visitors of Mrs. W. C. Roche this program was, "Evangelism in Alas- FIRST ,BAPTIST WMU
that they are now enjyoing the il visited in Panama City Sunday. him a complete recovery. Week are Lawrence Pippin and Dr. ka", followed with prayer by Mrs. TO HAVE JOINT MEETING
We ,are all sorry ,to se Mr. and and Mrs. Roche of Waco, Texas. Ramsey. All WMU members of the First
Mrs. James Lovette and boys move Mrs. J. T. Oampbell visited last During the business session good Baptist Church are urged ot attend
f from Oak Grove. week in Cross City with her mo- reports were given 'by each chair, the joint meeting Monday night at
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Griffin and their, .Mrs. Knight who was ill. MVrs. Jadine Ellis dismissed tle 8:00 p.m. at the church for the
girls attended the Griffin reunion group with prayer and dleicious re- Royal Service program and busi-
lin Wausau Sunday. Circle 2 Mets freshments were enjoyed by the 'ness meeting being prepared by
":/ I Our hats off to little Kenny Pip- group. 2 Meet Circle 2.
", pin,'Wyvonne Griffin and iMike La- With Mrs. RCamsey
velle for their part they played in Visit In Panama City
winning .prizes in the beauty con- Circle 2 of the First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Buttram vis- Don't Throw Your Old
test sponsored by the Prince and Church met in the home of Mrs. cited Mrs. Buttram's mother, Mrs. Shoes Away
Princess 'Shop. Wesley Ramsey with seven mem- Carrie Amos, Sunday in Panama Bring them to us and let us
Little Ricky Williams was hon- bers present. Circle chairman, Mrs. City, fix them like new.
1 .. : ored on his fifth birthday with a Roy Iwin resided over the meet- -
party. Refreshments and games i L Visit n Chipey A
."."';-^ ..-. .'". -,were enjoyed by all. Mrs L. W. Cox program chair- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilkie and chil- oe Repair
': ," *'.'"".b"^M ": '*'. ]/" Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovette enjoy- man, brought the devotional, "The d.ren visited Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd epir
'.- '" ed a nice fishing trip Saturday with Great Commission", taken from Greene and children last week end 225 REID AVE.
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ama City visiting relatives.
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MINUTES OF THE
COUNTY COMMISSION
-Wewahitehka, Fla.
April 14, 1959
The Board .of County Commis-
...met this date with the following
sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
members present: George W. Coop
er, chairman, E. C. .Harden, Br.,
.A. J. Strickland, Coleman ITharpe,
and-G. S. Croxton. The clerk, sher-
riff, road superintendent, county
engineer, and mosquito control su-
*pervisor were also present. *The
meeting came to order at 9:00
o'clock, A. M.. ,
The minutes of, March 10, 13, &
24 were read, approved, and adop-

*-Messrs. M. P. Tomlinson, Frank
Hannon, E. T. Pridgeon, Sr., and
Frank Graddy appeared b e f ore e
the Board by invitation to discuss
the insurance program on the
Court House and Jail. Mr. Graddy
- told the Board that a proposed
schedule for insurance had not
been worked up at this date, due
to the fact that there were no
county funds available to pay for
additional insurance at this time.
After lengthy discussion, the Board
requested that this group work up
a proposed schedule and present
it to the Board before the first
meeting in June.
Mr. Warren Whitfield, Henry F.


Ayers, and Kenneth Ellis appeared
before the Board and requested
that the County employ Mr. Hen-
ry F. Ayers as County Service Of-
ficer for Gulf County. A petition
with 200 hundred names was pre-
sented, petitioning the Board to
.employ Mr. Ayers. After discus-
sion, the Board voted unanimous-
ly to employ Mr. Henry F. Ayers
as County Service Officer, retro-
active to April 1, 1959, at $25 per
month.
Mr. J. A. Allegood, civil defense
director for Gulf County, appeared
before the Board and told of a
national alert to be staged at 11:30
to 12:00, CST, April 17, 1959, and
told something of what the: pro-
gram is trying to accomplish. He
said the National Civil Defense
Headquarters wants each county
in the U. S. A. to participate to
the fullest extent in this alert, but
that the final decision will be with
the county' director. Hon. J. L.
Sharit Mayor of Port St. Joe, Fla.,
announced that the city officials
of Port St. Joe will go along with
whatever plan the director may
have. The County Commissioneres
told the director that the county
will abide by whatever plan is to
be used.
Mr. Bernard Pridgeon, Jr., ap-
peared before the Board and told
,that the White City Fire Depart-
ment had located two trucks that


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. Phone, write or visit your Warrengas
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blank-or use the coupon below.
2. Fll in your estimate of how many more
gallons of 160 water the LP-Gas heater
willdeliver over the 30-day period. Don't.
forget to add your name and address
and thatof your Warrengas distributor.
Type, or print in ink. Incomplete or
illegible entries will not be considered.
Mail to Water Heating Contest at the
address below. Entries must be post-
marked no later than June 12, 1959.
3. The Contest is subject to all Federal,'
state and local laws and is open to any
adult resident of the continental United
States except tlhse employed by, or
who are members of the families of
employees of Warren Petroleum Cor-


portion, its branded distributes, or it
advertising agencies. More than one
entry from an individual or a family
will not be considered.
,4. For eachlocal contest area, the estimate
determined by the judges to be closest
to the actual, official test result and
bearing the earliest postmark win the
prize. Judges' decisions are final '
5. The prize is a certificate worth $50.00
in groceries at a food market selected
iby the local Warrengas distributor.
6. Your Warrengas distributor will display
the official test result June 27, 1959 at
the address below. Keep a record of your
estimate-compare it with the official
result. Winners will be notified by July
15, 1959 and will receive their certi-
ficate shortly thereafter from their local
Warrengas distributor,


could be used by that department
and explained the condition of the
trucks" and then requested the
county to purchase these trucks
for said fire department. After
lengthy discussion, there was a
motibn-by Comm. Croxton, second-
ed by Comm. Tharpe, and upon
vote was unanimously carried, that
the county advertise for two trucks
as outlined by -Mr. Pridgeon, bids
to be received until 6:00 P. M.,
April 28, 1959.
Hon. Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Rep-
resentative of Gulf County, re-
quested- the Board to furnish him
a copy of all special and popula-
tion acts affecting Gulf County;
that he needed this information in
his work in the Legislature. .
The Board discussed drainage
problems in the Beatty Subdivision.
The following letter was read
by the clerk, to-wit:
FLA. STATE ROAD DEPT
Geo. Y.. Core, Clerk -
Wewahitchka, Florida
Dear Sir:
This is in reply to your letter of
March 25 advising that the Board
f Cnountv Comtmissioners of Gulf


Joe, they did not provide a storm long to the county; that he found THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.
sewer system and the drainage is several dead animals and much
disposed of primarily by soaking undesirable rubbish strewn all LEGAL AD'VERTISING
in the ground. The Road Depart- over the place. He recommended IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
ment recently resurfaced this st. that this garbage dump be loosed GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
as a secondary road project -but just as soon as possible. The Board In Chancery.
did not make any change in the agreed to re-locate the dump as LEVADA D. HATCHER
drainage system. To provide ade- soon as roads can be constructed Plaintiff,
quate drainage would involve a to the new area. Comm. Tharpe CLARENCE HATCHER
considerable expenditure of funds told the Board that he had given Defendant
and would require a formal resolu- much thought and consideration to NOTICE TO AIRMAN 3-C CLAR-
tion from the Board, giving this the serious problem that had de- ENCE HATCHER who place of res-
project high enough priority so veloped in the County Road Depart idence is P. Box 1275 MooyAir
that secondary funds would be ment because the county has 'been On or before the 20th day of
available., giving away so much concrete pipe May, A. D. 1959 the defendant,
I understand that our mainten- for private use; that it has come Cla.ence Hatcher is ,required to
ance engineer, Mr. Spangenberg to the point where the County serve upon Benjamin H. Dickens,
in Panama City has been discus- could never make enough pipe to Paintis 303 Fort's Attorneyet, whose address
sing this with some 6f the Corn- keep up with the applications re- Florida, a copy of and file with
missioners, and if they can work ceived each month; that in the the Clerk of said Court, the origin-
out some satisfactory solution with first place, the county pipe de- af an ananswer to the Bill of Com-
Mr. Spangenberg, I believe this apartment does not even have the plaint filed against him herein for
:will be the best way to handle it. capacity to make enough pipe for Witness my hand and official
Yours very truly, the use of the ORD, which means seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
G. L, Dickenson if the county gives away one piece Gulf County, Florida, this 9th day
District Engineer of pipe for private use, the CRD of April, A. D., 1959.
After lengthy discussion, the will have to do without that piece
Board directed the Clerk to ans- of pipe for county use. Mr. Tharpe, number of roads that could be
wer this letter and request the further stated that the county paved under this method and have
ought not give one man pipe with- the engineer to run a cost survey
SRD to do the necessary drainage out giving it to every person in to determine whether or not the
wouon -gAve-nvi9e iRo to every-p-r-


...... ,- work on Long Avenue from 1ith
County request the Road Depart- to 18th Street and to pay for the
ment to construct proper drainage cost of some with SRD funds,
facilities .on Long Avenue from charging some to a credit due
16th to 18th Street in the city of Gulf Cquihty of Approximately
Port St. Joe. $6,500.00 on Long Avenue for dhin
.When ths street was originallyage done by heavy traffic using
constructed by the city of Port St on Avenue as a detour.
SThe Board entered into a dis-


uusion with. reference to a .rain-
age ditch as described in D e e d
Book 8, page 304, the same being
in Sec. 7, T8S, R10W, and being
approximately one-quarter mile E.
of the Port St. Joe High School,
The chairman said that the Board
had plans to construct a new ditch
in the same area, but one that
will drain the same area that the
present ditch drains, and also drain
several other areas that the pres-
ent ditch will not drain; that be-
fore the land owners will give a
ditch easement for the new ditch
they require that the easement on
the old ditch be cancelled by the
State Road Dept. After lengthy
discussion, the Board decided to
request the SRD to cancel the
easement on the old ditch in or-
der that the easement for the new
ditch may be obtained.
The Board decided to request
the SRD to clean out and main-
tain the boat slips at the White
City Bridge,, the same being on
SRD right-of-way.
Comm. Tharpe told the Board
that he and Comm. Strickland had
made an investigation of the gar-
bage dump in Highland View; that
the site is located much too close
to Highland View; that there is
definitely a health hazard caused
by the conditions of this dump &
a nearby dump that does not be-


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the county who needs it. After
lengthy discussion, Comm. Tharpe
made a motion, seconded by Mr.
Croxton, that the county will not
accept another application for pipe
for private use, but that the ap-
plications already approved will be
filled. Comm. Harden amended the
motion to the effect that the
county furnish no more pipe for
private use after this date. This
amendment died for the lackl'of a
second.
The chairman called for a vote
on the motion and the following
voted: AYE-Tharpe, Qroxton,
Strickland, and the chairman,.
Comm. Herden did not vote.
The chairman announced that
the motion passed and that no fur
their pipe applications will be ac-
cepted by the Board.
The county engineer told the
Board that he had been' acting as
consultant on engineering problem
concerning the. roads in the county
and tlfat he 'had worked up a plan.
whereby the county can_p a v e
county roads that the SRD .could
never pave under the sepondary
road program because of the lo-
cation of the road, not having enUf
right-of-way, etc., that his plan
calls for using whatever material
is available on the ground; that
the roads paved under this plan
will not be for heavy trucw traf-
fic but will take care of the traf-
fic that will use this type road;
revenue certificates backed up by
a part of the gasoline tax monies
coming to the county could finance
this type project. After lengthy
discussion, the Board decided to
select a number of streets and a


county could' go into this type of
program. The streets and roads
will be selected at a later date.
The mosquito control supervisor
requested that the health commis-
sioners meet with him to adopt a
fogging schedule for the coming
season and to decide on a work
program for the ,.'nployees that
will do the fogging. The chairman
requested Comm. Strickland and
Tharpe to meet with Mr. Daniell
to decide on the fogging program
and to report their decision to the
Board,
The Board authorized the mos-
quito control supervisor to at-.
tend a meeting in Pensacola.
Comm. Harden made a motion
to pay Mrs. Mae Williams for 19
days at $3.00 per day, or $57.00
for nursing AMr. Blain, a county in
digent patient. Motion was second-
ded by Comm. Strickland and du-
ly. carried.
A motion by 'Comm. Tharpe,
seconded by Comm. Harden and
duly carried to pay the Munici-
pal Hospital of port St. Joe $64
on a hospital bill for Joe Laster.
The farm agent presented his
monthly report for March and the
same was ordered filed. All pay
rolls for March were approved and
ratified as paid.
The following bills were presen-
ted, approved, and ordered paid.
(Bills-Here)
There being no further business
to come before the Board, the
meeting did the-n adjourn.
Attest;
George Y, Core, Clerk-
Geo. W. Cooper
Chairman


THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1959

GEORGE Y. CORE 4t
Clerk Circuit Court. 4-16
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
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NOTICE OF SALE
$55,000.00
City of Port St. Joe, Florida
Hospital Revenue Bonds of 1958
Sealed bids will be received by
the City Commission of the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida, at its regular
place of meeting in Port St.' Joe,
Florida until 4:00 o'clock p.m., EST,
May 19, 1959, at which time and
place all bids will be publicly open-
ed and read, for $55,000.00 Hospital
Revenue Bonds of 1958 of the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida, dated Au-
gust 1, 1958 and maturing annually
August 1 as follows:
YEAR AMOUNT
1973 $15,000.00
1974 15,000.00
1975 15,000.00
1976 10,000.00
Denomination $1,000.00; coupon
bonds; principal and semi-annual
interest payable at the Florida Na-
tional Bank of Jacksonville, Jack--
sonville, Florida; said bonds' will
be payable on a parity with the out-
standing Hospital Revenue Bonds
dated August 1, 1957, solely from
a portion of the net proceeds of
the utilities service taxes received
by .the City and from the net pro-
ceeds of the cigarette taxes receiv-
ed by the City. These bonds will
not constitute an indebtedness of
the City of Port St. Joe, Florida.
The lien of said bonds upon. such
portion of the proceeds o the utili-
ties service taxes is. subordinate
and junior to the lien of certain
Municipal Building Bonds, Issue of
1947, previously issued by the City.
The bonds were validated by De-
cree of the Circluit Court of Gulf
County, Florida, rendered on March
5, 1959.
The bonds of said issue maturing
in the years 19,73 to 1976, both in-
clusive, are redeemable prior to
*their respective stated dates of ma-
turity, at the option of the ity, in
whole or in part, but. in inverse nu-
merical order if less (than all,., on
A.gust-'I, 1967, or on4 any interest
payment date thereafter, at par an44
accrued interest to date of redemp-
tion, together 'with the following
premiums if redeemed at the follow-
ing times: 3% of the par value
thereof if redeemed on August 1,
1967; 2%% of the par value: there-
of if redeemed on any interest pay-
ment date during the year 1968;
2% of the par value thereof if re-
deemed on any interest payment
date during .the year 1969i' 1%%
of the par value thereof if redeem-
ed on any interest payment date
during the year 1970; .1% of par
value thereof if redeemed oi- any
interest payment date during the
year 1971 and without premium if
redeemed thereafter prior to matur-
ity. .
Bidders are requested to name
the interest rate or rates but .ot
exceeding three different rates of
interest a exceeding six per
cent per annunim, in multiples of /
or 1/10 of one per cent, and each
bidder must specify in his bid the
amount and the maturities, of the
bonds of each rate. All bonds matur-
ing on the same date must bear in-
terest at the same rate. No bid for
(Continued on page 5)


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SPort St. Joe, Florida



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and there are over 2 million more Chevrolets on the road than

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EVERYBODY SAVES AT PIGLY' WIGGLY


Mom keeps busy from morning 'til night. That's why most mothers in our town shop
PIGGLY WIGGLY. -- because PIGGLY WIGGLY caters to busy mothers in dozens of ways,
The best foods for her family, better selection, and more convenient shopping. For the easiest


shopping, (more savings too!) shop PIGGLY WIGGLY regularly!


PIGGLY WIGGLY'S FINEST GROUND
GROUND
BEEF
$LAB SLICED
BACON
U. S. GOOD
CHUCK


3 Lbs.


3 Lbs


U. S. GOOD
SHOULDER


U. 4. GOOD
T-BONE


U. S. GOOD,
lb.89c SIRLOIN


19


$1

39c
LB.
59c
Ib. 79c


ARMOUR STAR --3 iLB. SHOULDER CANNED

PICNIC $1.89
USDA GRADE "A" WHOLE 2 to 214 LB. AVG.
FRY E R S Each 69c
U. S. GOOD

FRESH BLACKEET 29c
FRESH BLACKEYE


PEA


S


GOLDEN BANTAM -
CORN


2 LBS.

6 EARS


FLORIDA
GRAPEFRUIT
FRESH CRISP
CUCUMBERS


23c

25c


5c

5c


- STOKELEY'S FINEST FOODS -
CATSUP, 14 oz. 3for49c
46 Oz. Can
TOMATO JUICE 4 cans $1.00
NO. 303 Can
SLICED BEETS 3 for 49c
NO. 303 Can
TINY GREEN LIMAS 4 for $1.00
NO. 303 Can
FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 for $1.00


EXTRA FINE PLYMOUTH
CORN MEAL
25 LB. BAG HI BALL
FLOUR


BLACKBURN -- NO. 5 JUG

SYRUP 39c
MAXWELL HOUSE -- LB. TIN

COFFEE 59c
WHITE GOLD -- 10 LB. BAG-- With $5.00 Order


SUGAR 89
--- BAMA JELLIES and PRESERVES --- 3 For
BLACKBERRY PRESERVES 20 oz. F
PEACH PRESERVES 20 oz.
APPLE JELLY ------ 20 oz. 9 9


NO. 303 Can
PEAR HALVES
CREAM STYLE
GOLDEN CORN
HONEY POD
GARDEN PEAS
PING
VAN CAMP No. 300 Can
PORK & BEANS
46 Oz. Can
HIWAIIAN PUNCH


Can 29c
3 for 49c
3 for 49c
3 for 39c
3 for 39c
3 for $1.00


TWIN PET DOG
Dog Food
AUNT JEMIMA -- I12 Lb.
GRITS


12 CANS
89c

1.0*


PLYMOUTH -- PINT JAR

Mayonnaise

29c


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'p, Quantities Listed Only
-Quantity Rights Reserved
Prices Good May 7, 8 and 9
S


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5 LBS.
29c


5c HERSHEY

IBARS.

10 3I9c
11 F --


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WORTH
REPEATING..
\ IGA HAS THE VALUES... IGA HAS THE
VALUES! Repeat it to your heart's
content...'cause it's true! IGA DOES
have the values...the Best Buys listed
here are proof. that IGA sells BETTER
QUALITY at LOWER PRICES!
GA., FLA. GRADE 'A', Dressed & Drawn


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BEEF SALE


STOCK

FREEZER
WESTERN BEEF SALE


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Stamps
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PURCHASE


YOUR

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T-BONE or SIRLOIN


Steak


89:


,U. S. GOOD ALL MEAT LB.


Beef Stew
U. S. GOOD RIB and BRISKET PLATE
STEW


IGA TABLERITE TENDER


IGA TABLE-RITE
FRANKS


45c


U. 8. GOOD WESTERN
GROUND
Beef Ib. 49c


10 39
ST AUGUSTINE BRAE


ST, AUGUSTINE BREADED
Reg. Price 69c You Save 30c
SHRIMP


10OOz.


39c


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Steak


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Gallon


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EG GS
Doz. 39c


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lb


IGA PORK AND
BEANS


U.^C S.GOD ESER


U. S. GOOD WESTERN
RIB or RUMP
ROAST
Lb. 69c


2
Cans


25c


PRIDE OF GEORGIA YELLOW NO. 2/2 CAN


Peaches
CAIRO SWEET MIXED 16 OZ.
PICKLES
CRESTMORE CUT GREEN
BEANS4 Cans


29c


29c

59c


U. S. GOOD HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
Chuck Roast


Lb.


FRESH

FREE


-55c


PRODUCE -


GREEN


BUY ONE GET ONE FREE


California Sunkist


Doz.


Lemons 25c


U. S. No. 1 White
POTATOES
Extra Fancy Winesap
APPLES


10 LBS.
39c
4 LB. BAG
59c


69c
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THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1959

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. tfc
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment'
for couple only. Mrs. A. M. Jones.
Phone 7-7641. tfc-3-12
FOR RENT: Nice masonry house
on Long Avenue at 15th St. Newly
decorated. See J. A. Mire. or phone
9-1301..-
FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom hous-
es and two 3-bedroom houses,
unfurnished, at St' Joe Beach. See
I. W. Duren or phone 7-3171. All
$50,00 per month each. tic-4-16
FOR RENT: Unturnished house.
Phone 7-3401 or 7-4141. 4tc-4-23
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom home fur-
nished. Nice place. Also one ap-
artment furnished, for couple. Good
location. J. F. Daniell, 216 Ninth
St. tfc-4123"


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house, at St. Joe Beach. Phone
7-7521 or see Bill Carver. 2tp
FOR RENT: 3 ,bedroom house. Call
7-3091 or 9-1821. tfc-5-7


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903 Long AveySu




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FOR SALE

FOR SALE: Red worms. 60c per
hundred. First Street and Long
Ave. 4tp-4-16
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom house. 1309
Long Ave. Call BAll 9-1706. 4tp
FOR SALE: House and three lots.
1024 Woodward Ave. 3 large bed:
rooms. Kitchen has pantry and
space for dinette. Inside house new-
1'. i 4,t+Qd. 1.D Qson as fT 1etliv i ]


tile. Closeouts (Flexachrome) -9
X, 9. Only 15c per tile. Limited- U)I IN
quantities. Modern. Furniture Co. I (Continued rom p 1)
(Continued from page I)W
FOR SALE: Three 2-piece sofa bed
suites. Regular $129.95. Now only was made in the report, that "many
$109.95. Modern Furniture Co. countless across theU. -S. have cre--
FOR SALE: Two front and two .
rear lots at Beacon Hill with sev-
eral old buildings on them. Some : .. .
o1 the buildings can be fixed up, M., 2nd and 4th Moindays. All vsia,.
some can't be. Will sell everything ing brothers welcome. Robert L.,
for $8,000.00. | Creamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R.
FOR SALE: A large three bedroom Maige, Secretary.
house, a two car garage, two fur- WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
wished apartments, and one small THE AMERICAN LEGION. Mese-
unfurnished house. You can live In first and third Moaday nalghts
in large house and rent other pro- 0oo p.m., American Legion Home.
pretty for $135 monthly income.
Purchaser can pay $5,000 down SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
and balance on easy terms. I O. F.-Meets first and third
A two bedroom house with large Fridays, 7:30 p.m. In Masonic
living room, well landscaped yard Hall. All members urged to attend;
and a garage. Only $450 down plus Noble Grand: Chris Martin.
closing cost. Payments will be Secretary: W. H. Weeks
about $55.00 per mo. including in-
surance. THERE WILL BE a regular com-
A very nice two bedroom house, munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
with oak floors on Garrison Ave, No. 111, F&AM every first and
Can sell' for only $650.00 down. Bal- third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
dance on FHA loan. A
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate BroKer ED McFARLAND, W.M.
Phone 7-3491 ROY L. BURCH, Sec.
All Master Masons cordially invited
"THE GREAT TIDE", a'novel of LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Northwest Florida by Rubylea Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Hall may be' purchased at Camp- Fourth St.. meeting night every other
bell's Drug Store or from Mrs. H. Monday.
F. Brinsoh. 4tp-4-30


y paizn..L iUV uo 0 i'eete AA v -, --sq-r-- n-- -
area. Phone 7-3041. tfc-4-23 FOR SALE: 2 corner lots on Third S A L w
FOR SALE: 1956 Model Mark 50 Street in Highland View. Call so
Memcury outboard motor. Perfect 7-2572, Carl L. Williamson. lte Hybrid
condition. $195.00. Wimberly Pon- DAY LILIES
tiac Co., Phone 7-3411. FOR SALE.: 8 foot by 12 inch sq.
AVAILABLE SOON: Very nice 3 box filled with red wigglers. Will Come early and get first choice
bedroom unfurnished house on sell box, dirt, worms and all for Field now in bloom
St. Joe Beach. See J. D. Clark. $12.50. See J. F. Daniell, 216 9th St. 50c ea. or $4.00 per doz.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house.. A FOR SALE: Used Philco refrigera- TWO YEAR SEEDLINGS .
small down payment, balance like tor.ARuns pretty good. $10. Wes- Some wth bids and a few in
rent. 512 First St. J. K.' Pridgeon, tern Auto. bloom
Wewa., phone NEwton 9-4264. tfc FOR .SALE: 14-ft. fishing boat. $1.25 per Doz.
FOR SALE: Personalized rubber New. $130. Western Auto. or Five dozen and up
stamps made to order. 1 day ser- FEMALE HELP WANTED at $1.00 per Doz.
vice. Phone 7-8576, Port St. Joe.,
J. A. Blackwell, Box 491. 4tp-4-23 HOUSEWIVES: Earn extra money If you want Hybrid Day Lilies
servicing an Avon territory. We in Quantities Here is the
FOR SALE: Just take up payments train you. Write AVON, Box 3103 place to get them
on almost new Norge wringer Tallahassee, Fla. Our prices are right, we accept
washer. Only $9.86 per month. Mo- mail orders
dern Furniture Co. WANTED: Secretary. Applications DRt/_D/C MIIDCEDy
being accepted for opening as ItVOGER'S NURSI ER
FOR SALE: Vinyl plastic-asbestos secretary. Prefer local applicant, Wewahitchka, Florida
25-4'5 years ,of age. Must be a good
typist and be able to take short-
hand. Michigan Chemical Corpora-' ,_ -
tion, Port St. Joe. A Home-Owned
7new from Helene CurtiS BATON TWIRLING: For beginners
^ifes\^% -Tuesday afternoons at 4:30. 25c 1-Mif
l P ERMANEBN,,,T per lesson. Contact Marina Pu-, Corporation
PERMANENT Phone BAll 7-3541. 4tp-4-23 Co p or o ,
with 1-1pe.lssn.Cotat arnaPun To Help our Home People
with LIqUID HAIR solution F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say- That Really Need Cash
tually adds strength during waving- lng money see us for anything
utlasts all ordinary waves on need In your home. STOP and i l oan Co.
Your new Springtime Permanent SWAP SHOP. St. Jo
ifeluding shaping and cuom NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect that J' C. (Chris) MARTIN, Mgr.
styling...from bright new uphclstery with tailor "We Lend Money On Anything
7.50 made seat covers. Many fabrics to of Value"
HAMP-O.O- $ .5 choose froin. Butler's'.Trim Shop,
SHAMPOO $1.5. Corner Second-and Reid. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
Shortie Cold Wave UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your COURT, GULF COUNTY,
Special $6.5Q furniture 1 k old? Bring it to FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second In Re: Estate of
aEAlTY SU P and Reid for expert rebuilding. BYRON WHETSTONE EELLS,
AU ... SR., deceased.
SPhone 7-8951 Keys Made While You Wait NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
-": .35c EACuH FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
S IY PARTS Notice is hereby given that I
SWESTERN AUTO have filed my final returns as
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES executrix of the estate of Byron
i N b BOATS and TRAILERS Whetstone Bells, Sr., deceased;
I that I have filed my petition for
Reel Parts and Repairs distribution and for final discharge,
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call and that on May 25, 1959, I will ap-
E'IBuford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for ply to the Honorable Sam P. Hus-
Grii fin o 1 e uick e7e7 sv band, County Judge of Gulf Coun-
quick expert service.I tf. ty, Florida, for approval of said
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 final returns and for an order of
IP hour. Cut your lawn anrd let me distribution and for final discharge
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf as executrix of the will of Byron
Service Statioii, Aubrey R. Tomlin- Whetstone Eells, Sr., deceased.
Sson, Phone 7-7501. -April 27, 1959.
u o// t If s P /s/ ELDORA COLGIN EELLS
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of SILAS R. STONE
,o c St. Joheph Chapter No. 56, R. A. Attorney for Petitioner 4t-4-30 1
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ted formal, county-financed devel- lieve, this could not be done by me. my- :
pment' organizations.. The, degree or anyone else on a local basis. Any islati
f success of each 'is generally a finances needed for such an agen- counl
irect functiob' of the amount of cy would have to come from the this
nancial support and community County Commissioners, and local interE
terest." people, could object to their com- meet
."Needless to. say, this survey. missioners if there was an abuse in P,
iade by this well known firm of the expenditure of money. Wedn
would be of little value unless steps "I sincerely believe that such a matte
ere taken to implement the rec- commission could work to the a me
mmendations included in their re- n Coun
ort. My sole purpose for such a great advantage of the people in ou
an is to provide for a concentrat- Gulf County if it were -allowed a ka f(
d effort through a commission in working chance, however, it is not after
ulf County to seek the type of
dustry that could avail themselves
f the particular resources and. atl- R ST RETUAHO C
antages we have in Gulf County rFIRST METHODIS
an economic, advantage, and in
edition to compete with some of Port St. Joe, Fl
he counties in Central 'and South Sunday School
lorida to attract some of the many
ypes of industries presently mov- Worship Hour
ng to Florida. I am fully aware of
he wonderful job that the Chamber Methodist Youth Fellowsh
f Commerce is doing toward this
id, however, it is my understand- Worship Hour
ig that the Chamber does not have
full time paid employee, or office -
acilities with adequate space.
moreover the Chamber is not a
ounty-wide organization. ..
"Insofar as creating 'an agency NEED A PLUMBER?
4ith taxing powers as".apparently CALL BEAMAN
ome persons have been led to be- Plumbing Installation Re
Contract Work A Speclalt
James' Gems ,Agentsfor
by JAMES STAFFORD Brand Name Plumbing Fib
-CALL US FOR FREE ESTIM
TWO LICENSED PLUMBERS ON

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You Are Cordially Invited To

,V Long Ave. Bap
REV. J. C. ODU
ON A' OHNY-16frS S f0f Af SUNDAY SCHOOL
; MORNING WORSHIP
City Restaurant BAPTIST TRAINING UNI
At th Bus Station EVENING WORSHIP -
At the Bus Station PRAYER SERVICE (Wedn
HOT DOGS Corner Long Avenue a
HOT DOGS
"6for$ VISITORS ALWAYS

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ELECTRICAL

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SANDWICHES


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Well Styled


ntentieon to Introduce such leg-
on usle ss the people in our
ty-are behind this idea. For
reason, I am -asking all persons
ested to appear at- a public
ing to be held at the City Hall
ort St. Joe at 8:00 p.m. on
lesday, May 20, so that this
er may be discussed fully. Also
eting will be scheduled at the
ty Courthouse in Wewahitch-
or the same purpose shortly
this meeting is held."


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.. Magic words inthe auto-
motive industry-an absolute
rule in the compounding of
prescriptions.
The medicines your doctor
prescribes for you are for
you alone, designed specifi-
cally for your needs and well-
being.
You can depend on us for
prompt prescription service.


Buzzett's Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Florida


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Furniture Co.
232 Reid Ave. Phone 7-8231


Mosquito control Boys
Digging Big Ditch
The Gulf County Mosquito Con-
trol organization is in the progress
of dredging out a large drain ditch
running through the middle of the
City Park, between 18th and 19th
Streets and on to St. Joseph's Bay.
The ditch running through the
park will be 50 feet across the top
and will be four to six feet deep.
Plans call for the beautification
of ta v sides of the drain ditch in
the p- rk.
According to City officials the
deepening of the ditch is so that
some. salt water will back up into
the ditch keeping the grass that
continually grows up in the bottom
of the shallow ditch now in exis-
tance from growing. The grass pro-
vides a constant maintenance prob-
lem for the Mosquito Control peo-


School and Is After
50 New Recruits
Fifty new recruits for the new
school band is the objective of the
campaign which will begin in the
Port St. Joe Elementary School on
Wednesday, May 13, 1959. All Ele-
mentary School students who are
now in -the sixth grade are eligible
for membership. High 'School' stu-
dents below the tenth grade are
also eligible. -2. .
The recruiting,'campaignh will be
launched with. a'public band con-
cert; which wtil. be played in 'the
Port St. 'Joe Elementary. School
auditoriufmn beginning ,at 2:00. p.m.
on Wednesday, May 13. 'Parents of
interested students are cordially in-
vited to attend. Both- the parents
and students will have the oppor-
tunity tohear. -ind- see -the various
types Pfpinusical instrucehts in ac-


ple. This ditch is one of the main tion.
drain ditches in .the city and in At 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, May
time of excess rains, the present 14, music aptitude- tests will be
ditch is hard put to carry off the given to. all interested' sixth grad-
excess water. ers The tests will be conducted in
the Elementary School auditorium.
Advertising doesn't oa*tI-t PAYS The object of the tests is to deter-
__ mile inherent musical talent. Don
Lusk, of Leggett Music Company,
Tampa, will conduct the testing
program and assist in selecting the
0 e proper instrument for the students.
> erICs Mr. Dean wil also be present for
cnIsultation with parents and stu-
Following the testing program on
SThursday morning and afternoon,
there will be a complete display
Co JL V o othe' various types of musical in-
struments in the High School band
S A STER room 'beginning at 8:00 p.m.. Thurs-
Tday night. At 'this time, Mr, Lusk
SRANSISTOR RADIO will explain hOw the Instruments
InIay be rented for a three month
trial :period and answer all ques-
tibons pertaining to recruit program.
S:All new band students will be
Required to enroll for a' summer
lofy -band course beginning about June
i5, and lasting for six: weqks.
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CARD OF'THIANKS
We would Hke .to take this op
portunity to thank our wonderful
friends in White City who helped
Sin- replacing our house payment,
We .are grateful that we live in a
community where pe')le are still
c60terned about their fellowman.:
Last year when I was given a sur-.
arise party and presented with a
trfil bowl and fruit, in apprecia-
tfbo for the small help I had been
datiig sickness, nothing could have
fhade us feet more loved by our
Ai1hbbors. Now once again we have
wlihessed your thoughtfulness.
We hope it isGod's plan that we
remain In -White City with you' won-
deul people, but i f in the future
we have.to leave to make o'iur"riome
elaewheret I, know we will be bet-
t.r *n igh-bor ,and workers for God
4OU11U4 of the love aid fellowship
wQ bave received here.
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FFS Urges Care in Woods
SSpring time has arrived and the
Florida Forest Service is girding
itself for the camping and fishingg
season that is upon us. Dispatcher.
,4. H. Pope urges that extreme care
'be:,,taken during these outings with
Adilre This time of the year, fire is
especially harmful to trees.

Kerrigan Explains
Drone Operations
Robert Kerrigan a tbclifntian at
Tyndall Airi'PForice Base presented
the. program for the Rotary Club
last; Thursday evening.
;Kerrigan is a technician assigned
'to Tyndall in'connection with the
Ryan "Pirebee" target, drone pro-
.gram : : + : '* '--"
Kerrigan said that thi drone pro-
gram is "omparatively'iiew being
activated in July of 1910 He said
that Tyndall has more of the tree
flying drone 'than any other air
base in 'the United States.
S."The 'drones were needed to pro-
vide a fast, elusive target at high
altitude tfr training of our fast
interceptor planes and pilots," said
Kerrigan. He _said that the Ryan
"Firebee" would fly at about 30,-
000 feet at about 700 miles per
hour. This Is the approximate speed
'oi -et bombers, according to Ker-
rigan, and -gives the pilots a real-
-ijsstic target to practice on. Kerrigan


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taldt int event oif an e-ar e ato
tack, interceptors will have only
one chance at a" enemy .nonber
and it is the purpose of the "Fire-
bee" program to train pilots to
"make the first shot count".
Kerrigan said- that "the recovery
program of the "Firebee" is unique
and money-saving to the tax payers.
Kerrigan said each "Firebee" costs
about $75,000.00 and that about 75%
of them are recovered to fly again.
Upon ryeceiving- a hit (which is
deflected to the "Firebee's" wing
tip by a device) a parachute gently
lets the drone to the ground or
water. The drone is built to float
for several hours. The drone is then
recovered by helicopter and taken
back to Tyndall where it is put
ready for use again.


Guests o the club er* e Roy rHE- STAR, Port 6fs J4oe, Pi -_ THU'-bAY, MAY 7, 196B
Thompson of Panama City, Boyd "
TA., a o Kiwanis Club Plans Pancake Supper
Joe.
CARD OF THANKS The Kiwanis Club was treated constructing a tennis court at the
to a musical program at their regu- High School. 'Kiwanian George
I wish to thank the many thought- lar meeting Tuesday, furnished by Wimberly, Jr., had been appointed
ful people of this area who were so the glee club of the Elementary to approach the School Boaid with
kind during my recent bereavement School. The group, composed of the project. Wimberly reported that
caused by the death of my father. 'about 50 boys and girls, is und'ir the Board could not finance the
.Your kind deeds were greatly ap- the direction of Mrs. Foy. entire project now, but they would
preciated. The group rendered a varied p-o- furnish the nets and back stops if
Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomery gram of religious, semi classical, the Club would put down the ce-
folk song and popular numbers for ment court. The Club voted to take
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brinson at- the club. After their performance on this project and began immed-
tended the wedding of Mrs. Vera ,the Olub treated the glee club to lately to project themselves into
Ann Hester and Vance Custer, Jr., Ian ice cream cone at the Dairy fund raising projects. The first of
at the First Methodist Church in I Queen. such projects will be a pancake
Bainbridge last Sunday. Miss Hes- In their business session, the Ki- breakfast on Saturday, May 16 at
ter is Mrs. Brinson's niece., wanis Club took up the project of the Seafarer Restaurant.


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