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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 21, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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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"


TWENTY-SECOND YEAR


-'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


NUMBER 34


George Tapper Buys


M & B Railroad Line

One of Northwest Florida's oldest and best known railroads
changed hands last Friday afternoon in- 'a surprise transaction at
Blountstown.
SGeorge G. Tapper, prominent Port St. Joe businessman and
former state senator, purchased the Marianna and Blountstown
Railroad from Mrs. Verna D. Miller for an undisclosed price.


'Organized in 1910 by Rufus Pen-
nington and C. R. Evans, the Pan-
handle. railway later was acquired
by Felix dePont. 0. '0.. Miller, in
1925 acquired all the stock and
complete control' of the line. Mrs.
Miller has owned and operated the
M & B since her husband's death
in September 1955.
The M & B is a freight line which
primarily handles pulp woo d,
stumps; lumber and allied cargoes.
The line connects with the L&N
Railroad at Marianna.
New railway officers include
President Tapper, Altdn Dendy,
vice president and general mana-
ger, Treasurer W. R. Tapper of
Port St. Joe and Secretary David
Carl Gaskin of Wewahitchka.
One 'of Northwest Florida's fast-
eat rising young business tycoons,
the new railway owner also is
president of George G. Tapper, Inc.
Beacon Tank and Bridge Company
of Port St. Joe and has some real
estate holdings.
The dynamic businessman served
as 25th Senatorial District senator
from 1953 through 1956. The district
is composed of Bay, Calhoun, Gulf
and Washington counties.
The line's vice president is presi-
dent of the St. Joe Stevedoring Co.
Gaskin is Wewahitchka State
Bank executive vice president and
chairman tf -the Board. He also is
Wewahitchka' city attorney.
Dendy was general manager of
the line wlihe It was under opera-
tion of Mrs.' Miller.
Said George Tapper of his new
business ventm .. '[ intend to op-
erate th 'line ,o a such a manneiG
that it ,will be i-real asset to the
communities which it serves. I hope
to be of assistance to the Chamber
of Commerce and other groups and
individuals in bringing new indus-
tries to Calhoun County, and sur-
rounding counties. I'am interested
in promoting all .of this area.
"It will be my desire to work
with all groups for the good of the
area. I am no stranger to Calhoun
County, and hope the people will
show me the same co-operation they
have the former owners of the line.
I certainly intend to co-operate
with everyone."
Immediate past president of the
Port St. Joe Chamber of Com-


SEN. MANN TO BE
PTA SPEAKER TONITE

R. H. ElIzey, president of the
Elementary School PTA told The
Star this week that Senator Verle
. A. Pope, who was to address the
Elementary School PTA tonight
on the school finance problem
will be unable to appear as sche-
duled. Senator Pope was taken to
the hospital early this week and
is still confined there by illness.
ElIzey said that" Represen*t-
tive Bob Mann of Hillsborough


COUNTY GETS ADDED HOPE FOR

SECONDARY ROAD FUND BOND ISSUE

Gulf County's Commission received added hopes that
their $850,000.00 bond issue for paving several county roads
would get clear sailing through State channels yesterday.
Clerk of the Circuit Court, George Y. Core received notice
that the state had approved a similar issue for Highlands
County in the amount of $2,000,000.00.
The notice offers a ray of hope for Port St. Joe since
the proposed bond issue contains several roads for paving in
the City of Port St. Joe. Roads to be paved from the bond
issue are, First Street, Sixteenth Street, Twentieth Street and
Garrison Avenue and an extension of Fifth Street to the Bay
and Long Avenue from the Port St. Joe High School to Niles
Road. The issue would also pave Long Avenue from Fifth
to First Street.
There has been some doubt that the State would grant
the paving inside city limits due to a recent act of the Legis-
lature that has been interpreted as prohibiting spending of
Secondary Road Funds inside a municipality limits. The no-
tice received by Core, however, notes that several such streets
were approved in the Highlands County issue under Section
335.05, Florida Statutes.


County will substitute for Sena-
tor Pope. Elzey said that M Annual Boy Scout Circus W ill Be Held
will be equally well-informed to *
give the PTA a true picture of the Next Friday Night At Centennial Field
school picture as he has served
on Governor LeRoy Colins' in- Next Friday night, May 29 is the __
term committee on education. date set for the annual Troop 47 BANK TO DISP AY
ElIzey said that the PTA offers Boy Scout Circus in Port St. Joe. B TO. S IA
an invitation to everyone, PTA The circus, which is an annual OLD PICTURI I
member or not, to attend this in- event with Troop 47 will be pre-
formative meeting tonight at sented at 8:00 p.m. at Centennial
.8:00 p.m. at the Elementary Field. The Florida Bank of Port St.
School auditorium. Troop 47's circus is a popular ev- Joe is holding opan house Fri.-
Sent in Port St. Joe. The show is day evening between the hours of
Babe Ruth League made up of, produce by, and pre- 4:30 and 8:00 p.m.
Begins Play Tomorrow pared by the boys of Troop 47. During this time the Bank will
ort t. Joes Babe uth Leaguomorrow They build all scenery and special have on'display many pictures of
will begin their season tomorrow effects with the help of several old Port St. Joe dating back to.
afternoon at 5:00 p.m. at Centen- 'fathers and adult Scouters. more than 50 years ago.
ial Field with a big doubleheader. Scoutmaster John T. Simpson re- The pictures, which 'have -been
All four teams of -the League ports that this year's show will be reproduced, enlarged and tinted
will appear in the opener with.one of 'the best ;ver produced by by the Bank dpplct life in Port
the Tomlinson Gulf and Lions teams the Scouts and urges the full sup- St. Joe from the advent of the,
leading of. This game will be fo- rt of the citizens in attendance. Apalachicola N1rthern Railroad,
lowed by a contest between the Simpson says that everyone through the period of. time when.
a.ose.. -a ... should make their plans now-to at- Port St. Joe wts a water spiafo r
S.aad-ada ,, two transis- tend the event and may purchase people of. this area and several
tor radios and.twp- $25.00 Savings tickets from any Scout member. 'scenes ,of the business section
Bonds will be given away as door 4 prior to the coming of-the St.
prizes.
There will be no admission to Revival At Highland View Joe Paper Company.
the games. Revival services are now in pro- The pictures will be of interest :
The League will continue to play gress at the Highland View Church to everyone and the Bank offers
double-headers on Friday and Sat- of God. Services begin each eve- a cordial invitation for all to at-
urday afternoons until after school ning at 7:30 under the direction of tend.
is out, at which time they will play Rov. and Mrs. Robert Dawkins of Refreshments will be served.
a single game four days a week. Valdosta, Ga.
A. complete schedule for the Weryone is cordially invited to Su ply Co
League will be found on page five attend and hear the wonderful mu- Bnldwel S
of this week's issue. sic and' singing as well'as .the dy-
namic messages delivered by this Opens Today
merce, Tapper was one of the prime wonderful couple. .Each Saturday '
movers in obtaining one large in- night is set aside as- rest night.
dustry and several smaller ones Rev. B. W. Suggs is pastor of Port St. Joe's business district
for that city. the church.. receives a new neighbor today
when Bildwel Supply Company of-
.. ,.- < ficially opens its doors for busi-
ness at 8:00 p.m. The new business
-. ."is located at 414-416 Reid Avenue,
next door to Buzzett's Drug Store.
The new business is owned by
Joe Christian, Dr. R. E. King and
Dr. Wayne Hendrix. Ddilg Baldwin
will be manager of the new con-
cern.
The new concern will offer to
citizens of this area a complete
Line of building, plumbing and
electrical supplies and hardware.
The new store will be agents for
-'.,.":. _Gold Bond and Pee Gee paints.
'..Many opening day "bargains" are
being offered. by the store this.
".' week end. See their full page ad-
vertisement in this week's issue of
-. The- Star for full details.


City Re-Advertises $55,000



Hospital Bonds For Sale


Negro Lady Dies.

At Age of 114

Mrs. Polly W. Sowers of the
Gulf County Health Department
this week notified The Star that
a Negro woman, Laura WIggins,,
died last Wednesday at the age
of 114.
According to the death certifi-
cate the Negro woman was born
in, December, 1845.
The woman had been living .In
Port St. Joe for about a .month. -


Kindergarten Play

Set For Friday

The Jack and Jill Kindergarten
under the direction of Mrs. Belle
DuBose and Mrs. Martha Fox, will
present its annual program on Fri-
day, May 22 at 8:00 p.m. at the
High School auditorium.
This year's program is entitled,
P'Tble Happy Scarcrow". Gradua-
tion will follow the operetta'
Participating in the program
are:
Happy Scarcrow, Rickey Batson.
Dolly, Dewana Guillot..
Sunshine Fairy, Nancy Bowden.
Father Grump. Donnie Maddbx.
Father Grump's Young Daughter,
Vicki Ford.
Farmers, Billy Barr, Billy Ste-
phens, Benny Sherrell, Billy Rich,
Tommy Pitts, Timmy Collinsworth,
Tim, Kennedy and Marvin Barfield.
Farmer's wives, Kathy Shirah,
Lanette ,Hicks, Roxanne Archer,
Diane 4mith, Paula Pareseau, Fre-
da -Yates Pam. Burch and Jan Pe-
te on '. .
Crows, Stephen Macomber, Ron-
Wile Dupree, deorge Duren, Carl
Money, Alford Ramsey, Marvin Ad-


No Takers Show Up For First Sale

Due To Be Let This Past Tuesday

The City of Port St. Joe moved to re-advertise for bids on
a $55,000.00 bond issue for Municipal Hospital construction funds
at their special meeting Tuesday afternoon. The Commission had
already advertised for bids on the bonds to be opened Tuesday af-
ternoon, but no bids were received.
,City-Clerk R. W. Henderson said
that possibly the reason that no
bids were recorded for the bonds
was that no communication had
I 'been made directly to bond buyers
4S notifying them of the sale.
SThe bonds would provide funds
that the City needs to match cer-
tain Government funds provided by
the Hill-Burton act. The City float-
Sed a $175,000 issue in August of
last year, but after the issue was
sold the Hill-Burton money became
5 ,'% available--more than the City had
S1 matching funds for.
S The new bond issue will not be-
f' come payable until 1973 when the
A l first of five payments will become
-"4 i lue. The payment's for the new
bond issue are set up to begin af-
ter bonds for the Municipal Build-
ing have all been retired. The fund
to repay the new issue will be
t. those now used to pay on the Mu-
2 -_- nicipal Building, namely, amuse.
t' ment tax, and a .portion of utility
and cigarette taxes.
The new issue contains the pri-
S| velege of redeeming the bonds be-
fore they are due at reduced inter-


E.L UBOuI I I
Eagle Scout

Ed Bobbitt Receives
Eagle Scout Award

Boy Scout Troop No. 47 awarded


kins, Pail McAllister, Dan Smith, its 14th Eagle Scout award at a
Eddie Blount and Gary Pate. recent Court of 'Honor held at the
Skunks, Byron Humphrey, John ,Scout Hut on Tenth Street. Reci-
Scott, Johnny Lee, Barrow Abrams, pient of the Eagle Award was Ed'
Jed Braxton, Alan Hammock, Mike Bobbitt, 16 year old son of Mrs. J.
O'Brian and Ed Floore. IE. Bob'bitt of 507 Seventh Street.
.Flowers, Debbie Hamm, Carol Ed has a total of 29 merit bad-
Ramsey, Jana Kay Farris, Delores ges to his credit. According to
Daniels, Phyllis Thomason, Suzette Scoutmaster John T. Simpson, only
Bateman, Danice Jordan, Toni Du- 21 .badges are needed for the Ea-
ren and Marsha Player. gle Award. However, some 'of Ed's
Those in the graduating group badges are not those required to
are: Alfbrd Ramsneey, Billy Barr, receive the high station in Scout-
Billy Stephens, Benny Sherrill, By- ing.
ron Humphrey, Barrow Abrams, Ed has had an active career in
Billy Rich, Carl Money, Donnie the Scouts after joining just as
Maddox, Dewana Guillot, 'Danice soon as he was old enough.-
Jordan, Diane Smith, Dan Smith, Other Awards Made
Freda Yates, George Duren, Jed During the course'of the Court
Braxton, Jan Peterson, John Scott, of Honor, 23 other Troop 47 Scouts
Kathy Shirah, Lanatte Hicks, Mar- received awards, also.
vin Barfield, Mike O'Brian,, M'arvin They are as follows:
Lee Adkins, Marsha Player, Nancy Clyde Farmer, Forestry, Zoology,
Bowden, Paula Pareseau, Ricky Bat- Camping, Bugling and Botany;
son, Ronnie Dupree, Roxanne Ar- James Gibson, Second Class and
cher, Stephen Macomber, Tim Ken- Cooking; Johnny Price, Citizen In
nedy, .Tommy Pitts, Timmy Col- Community and Cooking; Leonard


lin-sworth, ouzette Bateman and
Vicki Ford.
Production assistants are: Roy
Burch, stage scenery; Mrs. Ann
Williams, program covers and Mrs.
FR. H. Ellzey, music.
The public is cordially invited
to attend.


Negro Youth Loses Annual POPPY Day
....."0 S -Is riday, May 29
Legs In Train Accident Friday, May 29 is Poppy Day
.reminds Mrs. Madaleine E. Whita-
WA-Clinton Nixon, 11-year-old color- ker of the American Legion Aux-
ed boy, lost his. left leg and right iliary, annual sponsors of the
MFTHOPIrT I-ADIES HONORED-Pictured left rie Jones, Mrs. Maude.Brinson, Mrs. Ida Laney foot when he fell beneath a train event.
to right, standing, Mrs. Esther Bartee, Mrs. An- and Mrs. Gypsie McNeil. here late Saturday afternoon. The annual sale of the little ar-
nie Stone, Mrs. Sallie Costin. Seated: Mrs. Ma- -- Star Photo According to witnesses, the tificial "flower of Flanders Field"
SWnolr" a dies" Iof thyouth tried to hitch a ride on a serves as a constant memorial to
,J rIO rS $ GS O. W preachers, slow .moving freight of the Apal America's war dead. They serve a
Dr. Joe Hendrix, chairman of .chicola Northern Railroad near his dual purpose in that the sale of
hUrh With Tea r Su y the 'Official Board recognized and home on Garrison Avenue and First the poppies serve as a means of
thanked the ladies for their faith- Street. The.youth slipped and 'fell earning money for America's many
ful service through the years, Their beneath the wheels.of a car. 'disabled veterans still confined to
On Sunday afternoon, May 17 the 'room of the church. Many friends contributions to the building of He was dragged several feet be- many veterans hospitals.
Woman's Society of Christian Setr- called during the appointed hours Methodism' in Port St. Joe have fore being thrown clear. Mrs. Whitaker urges that you're-
vice of the First Methodist Church between 3:00 and 5:00 p.m. 'been unending. His father, Olen Nixon, .is an member the date and plan to buy
of Port St. Joe honored Mrs. Net- 'Since the organization of the Ben Dickens, president of the employee of the railroad. a poppy.
tie Anchors, Mrs. Esther Bartee, church In 1912 these ladies have Methodist Men's Club gave a brief The youth was rushed to the Mu-
Mrs. Maude Brinson, Mrs. Sally contributed their time, talents and history of the role the Men's Club nicipal Hospital where he received Leave for Honolulu
Costin, Mrs. Marie Jones, Mrs. Ida treasure to the growing program plays. In the church program, treatment. Captain and Mrs. C. W. Brock
Laney, Mrs. Cassle Gravse, Mrs. of the church. Mrs. W. D. Jones, president of Doctors reported that despite the left last week for Honolulu, Ha-
Gypsie McNeil, Mrs. Clemmy Mad- An outstanding highlight of the the Woman's Society of Christian fact 'that his left leg was torn com- Iwall where Captain Brock will be
dox, Mrs. 9Edna Patton, Mrs. Annie occasion was a broadcast of the Service paid high tribute to the la- pletely off, the grinding of -the stationed for three .years. The
Stone, 'Mrs. Nora Howard and Mrs. program over Radio Station WJOE. dies and thanked them for the high wheels prevented any great loss Brocks have been visiting Mrs.
Mamie Wimberly with a tea. The Rev. Edmund 0. Bradley, pastor standards they set in. the WSCS of blood. The boy is reported -to. Brook's brother and family, Mr.
occasion was held in the social of the church, ;introduced the and, the' Methodist Church be recovering well. and Mrs. C. L.'Costin.


Due to the fact that no bids were
received on the first call, the City
is advertising again 'this week for
bids to be received by June 16.
SThe new issue limits interest
rate to not more than six percent.
The City \Will accept no bids for
less than $970.00 per $1,000.00 bond

Dr. Alfred Lau To
Speak At Meeting Friday
Dr. Alfred B. Lau, former Hitler
youth leader and now missionary-
to Mexico, will speak Friday night
at 8:00 p.m. in a special meeting
held in the Elementary School au-
ditorium and sponsored by Faith
Bible Church.
War, tragedy, and a devastating
air raid on his home town which
almost took his life caused Alfred
Lau to stop and think of eternity,
and this in turn led to his conver-
sion.
As founder and director of :the
Mexican Indian Training Center in
Cordoba, Veracruz, Mexico, Dr. Lau
will be bringing to Port St. Joe
first-hand information of the work.
among the Indians of Mexico. The
.ministry of the Indian Training'
Center is evangelism of the many
scattered Indian tribes. This is ac-
complished by picking a few .prom-
ising boys from the various tribes
and teaching them the Word of


Costin, Home Repairs, Citizen In God, and sending them back to
Community and Scholarship; Nobie reach their own people.
Stone, Radio, Scholarship, Astrono- Dr. Lau, who is on his way. to
my, Citizen -In Community; George Europe, will be stopping in Port
Boyer, Cooking and Second Class; St. Joe for this one night only. He
Lindsay Thursbay, Cooking, Insect is an excellent speaker with the
Life, Citizen In Home, Citizen In ability to command the attention
Nation, First Aid, Stamp Collecting, of young and old. The public is cor-
Coin Collecting 'and Star; B. W. dially invited to attend.
Eells, III, Electricity, Public Speak-
ing, Book Binding, Citizen In Corn- STAC House To Sponsor
munity; Ed Bobbitt, Architecture, STAC House T Sponsor
Citizen In Community, Coin Collect- Adult Dance Saturday
ing and Botany; George Boyer, The STAC House will sponsor an
First Class and Cooking; Robert adult dance on May 29, from 8:30
Marlow, Second Class; Peter Fox, to 12. The proceeds of this dance
Second Class; James Gibson, First will go toward a Senior going
Class;'Clyde Farmer, Woodcarving, away party that will be held in
Citizen In Nation, Electricity, and the future. Music will be furnished
Citizen In Home; Johnny Price, Ci- by selected 'recordings with hi-fli
tizen In Home; Patrick McFarland, listening pleasure.
Cookign, Swimming, Citizen 'In Na- The dance will be held at the
tion and Camping; Tommy Grims- STAC House, with admission at
ley, First Class; Carl Zimmerman, $1.50 per couple. Free baby sitting
Cooking and First Aid, Ronald Ma- service will be offered,-fffyou would
this, Second Class and First Aid; like to have free baby sitting ser-
Charles Zimmerman, Second Class; vice, -please contact Connie Manin
Charles Gibson, First Class; Tom- or Brenda Ward.
any Grimsley, First Aid and Fores- Tickets will be on sale this week
try; Gale Griffin, Star and Coin and next.
Collecting.
Returned To Port St. Joe
'Visiting In California Mrs. Benny Roberts and young
J. D. Stafford is visiting with daughter have moved back to Port
his daughter and two sons in Los St. Joe. Mr. Roberts will Join them
Angeles, California for two months. the first part of July when he will
He will also visit a son in Seattle,. be discharged from the .arwed ser-
Washington. vices.


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THURSDAY, MAY 21, 19 9


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Church Circle Me

The WMU of the First Baptist
Church met at the church at 3:00
p.m. Monday with 16 members
present. The program was a mis-
sion study, "Some Ways of Wit-
nessing" brought by Mrs. W. M.
Chafin.. :
The meeting opened with.all sing-
ing, "Lord, Lay Some Soul Upon
My Heart". The devotional was
brought by. Mrs. W. Ramsey and
take. froni Daniel 12:3. Mrs. W. I.
Cardefi then led in prayer.
Mrs. Chafin directed the teach-
ing the fourth chapter of the mis-
sion which was illustrated by sev-


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etings

eral skits performed by several of
the.WM'U members.
Mrs. E. C. Cason dismissed the
meeting with prayer.

.Circle Three of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church met last Tuesday
in the home of Mrs. Lamar Hill
with five members and two visitors
present.
The program taken from the Roy-
al Service magazine was presented
with all present taking part after
which Mrs. Hill dismissed the group
with prayer.
After a short business meeting,
delicious refreshments were served
to Mrs. Frank Poole, Mrs. George
McLawhon, Mrs. Lenora Conger,
Mrs. L. E. Voss, Mrs. Don Marlin
and Mrs Jack Evans.

Circle No. 2 of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church met in the home
of Mrs. Grady Player on Long Ave-
nue for their May meeting. There
were eight members present.
After the business session the
program, "Praise From The Isles"
an interesting program mon the Bap-
tist mission work in Hawaii was
enjoyed by all. The meeting was
closed by prayer.

Circle 1 of the WSCS of the First
Methodist Church met in the home
of their newly elected chairman,
Mrs. H. W. -Griffin on May 18 at
3:00 p.m.
Mrs. G. S. Croxton presented the
program. The scripture was taken
from Exodus 23:9 and Matthew 25:
31-36. k poem, "Begin Today" was
given.
During the business the following


Gladioli Circle

Holds Meeting

The Gladiolus Circle of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club met on Thurs-
day, May 14 in the home of Mrs.
Terry Hinote.
Chairman of the circle, Mrs. S.
R. Brown, Jr., presided during the
business portion of the meeting.
Reports of officers and committee
chairmen were heard at this time.
Guest speaker for the occasion
was Mrs. Roy Hallman, of Panama
City, formerly a charter member of
the Gladiolus Circle of Port St. Joe.
Mrs. Hallman is District Chairman,
Birds and Conservation, of Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs. Her
topic was Birds and Conservation
with special emphasis on the haz-
ards being brought about by the
present system of spraying for fire
ants. She pointed out that the' ires-
ent fire ant eradication program
is killing off much wildlife and do-
ing tremendous damage both to

officers and chairmen were elect-
ed: Co-chairman, Mrs. Tom Byrd:
Secretary, Mrs. Robert Kerrigan;
Treasurer, Mrs. 0. M. Taylor;
Birthday and Social Service Chair-
man, Mrs. G. S. Croxton; Telephone
Committee, Mrs. J. T. Ricketson
and Mrs. A. J. Owens; Transporta-
tion Committee: Mrs. G.S Croxton,
,Mrs. 0. M. Taylor and Mrs H. W.
Griffin. ,
Mrs Ralph Swatts will be hostess
in June.
Refreshments were served to
nine members and one visitor, the
WSCS .president. The meeting was
closed with the WSCS benediction.


The Officers, Directors and Employees

of the ,


Florida Bank


of Port St. Joe

Invite You To


an Exhibit

of Restored, Colored and Mounted


PICTURES


of Scenes of OLD PORT ST. JOE

FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1959 -- 4:30 to 8:00 p.m.

In the Lobby of the Bank


RIGHT NOW-just before your old motor suddenly
gets a year older in trade-in value-we can offer you
' more than it will ever be worth again. It's a golden
opportunity for you to trade up to a new 1959 Golden
Jubilee Evinrude-to enjoy the golden days of fall
boating before winter lay-away-AND WE'LL SERVICE
AND STORE IT FREE UNTIL SPRING-ready for you the
first warm,day you get the urge to go again.
NOW, while we need good used motors to recondi-
tion for spring-to keep our service shop busy during
the winter-we can offer you
s a golden trade-in, trade-UP
opportunity. See us right
away! And especially, see
:i7these wonderful new


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rHE iSTAR, ort Sit Jo6, Pie. THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1959


Attend Legion

Auxiliary Meeting

Mrs. .P G. Hart, Mrs Verna
Smith and Mrs. Madaleine E. Whit-
aker, attended the Constitutional
Conference of the American Le-
gion Auxiliary in Hosford, Sunday,
May 17 While there they elected
the new district officers for the
year 1960. Mrs. Hart read the 100%
year's report for the Willis V. Ro-
wan, Unit 116.
Mrs. Whitaker served as the par-
liamentarian for the sessoin.


Legion Auxiliary

Delegates Named
At the regular meeting of the
Willis V. Rowan, Unit 116, Tues-
day night, Mrs. P. G. Hart and Mrs.
Madaleine E. Whitaker were elec-
ted as delegates and Mrs. J. B.
Harris and Mrs. Glynn Henley were
elected as alternates to attend the
State Convention in Jacksonville
from June 4 through 8.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Marion
Costin announce the birth of a
daughter Marion Ann on May 17.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Joseph Gau-
treaux announce the birth of a baby
girl, Janet Ann on May 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Grelley
Brown announce the birth of a son
Jerome Ferrel on May 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dean Biggs
announce the birth of a daughter
on April 30.
All births occurred at the Port
St, Joe Municipal 'Hospital.

Called To Chicago
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Fox and
son Pete were called to Chicago
last week because of the illness
of Mr. Fox' mother.


livestock and wildlife of all kinds.
She urged garden club members
not to permit spraying in their
yards.
Ribbons awarded for flower ar-
rangements were as follows: Blue,
first prize, Mrs. G. S. Croxton;
Red, second prize, Mrs. L .5. Bis-
sett; Yellow, third prize, Mrs. Ter-
ry Hinote.
The hostess, assisted by Mrs.
Henry Maige, served delicious re-
freshments to eleven members and
-six guests.
Accompanying Mrs. Hallman
from Panama City was Mrs. Nixon
who also brought several items of
interest to the club.


NEWS FROM

Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Adams
spent the. week end in St. Marks
with Mrs. Adams sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Frazer.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hatfield, Sr.,
and Mrs. Ruth Williams spent the
week end in Wewahitchka.
Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Stone of
Altha were Sunday visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. El Wood and Mr. and
Mrs. Jeff Dykes.
'Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Nobles
and daughters visited Sunday in
Havana and Samson, Ala.,
'Mrs. G. W'. Skipper and Mrs. W.
V. Burke spent several days in Ver-
non last week at the Skipper home.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Cannington
of Havana spent the week end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Can-
nington.
Mrs. G. W. Dykes of Apalachicola
is visiting her parents this week,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whittington.
Sgt- and Mrs. H. Owens and son
of Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, Ala.,
were visiting Mr. Owens' parents
Tuesday, Mr: and Mrs. Ike Wat-
son.
iMrs. Julia Burch of Havana were
visiting friends here Tuesday.
'Mr. and Mrs. Vester Burke vis-
ited Mr. Burke's brother-in-law,
Cary Taylor who is ill in a Chipley
hospital, Monday.
Mrs. Sid Jones and sons were
called to Havana Saturday because
of the death of Mrs. Jones' mo-
ther, Mrs. Vickers.
Mr. and Mrs. Pelham Revell
spent Sunday in Ponce De Leon
visiting relatives.
The Church of God is in a series
of -revival ,services. The Pastor,
Rev. B. W. Suggs invites everyone
to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Cassidy and
son of De Funiak Springs visited
Mrs. C. C. Peterson and family Sat-
urday.
W.M.S.
The WMS of the Highland View
Baptist Church met for mission
study on Monday at.3:00 p.m. The
meeting was opened by all singing
the WMU hymn. Devotion was tak-
en from Matthew !28:19-20 and Mrs.
Roney led in the opening prayer.
The mission study chairman, Mrs.
Roney gave a study from the book
"One By One" and a study from
Alaska. The meeting was closed
with missionary prayer calendar
and prayer by Mrs. Price.
WMS
The WMS of ,the Highland View
Baptist Church met for their regu-
lar royal service program. The
meeting was opened by all singing,
"Praise Him! Praise Him!" Scrip-
ture reading by Mrs. Alice Maocm-
bar, program chairman, was taken
from Isaian 42:10-12. Prayer was
led by Mrs. Lillie Richter. The ti-
tie of the program was: "Praise
From the Isles", all about Hawaii.
Parts were given by: Mrs. Alice
(Continued on page 3)


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ries at six pints for $1.00 or $3.50 burg, Fla., who came to Florida
for a crate of 24 pints. You should from Minnesota, Harry Shipley by
turn it back to C. F. Hanlon, since have heard Myrtice moaning be- name. When'I asked him how come?
two days before we left we pur- cause she couldn't buy a couple of he replied: "Danged if I know how
chased a home in Port St. Joe and crates and can 'em. I got out here, but I like it." Thru
soon will be returning to the Port Too, in Louisiana, we ate our this section, too, we passed mile
City) and for the past three days
have been crossing the great state first "Po' Boy Sandwich". We had after mile of rice paddies where
of Texas. been seeing signs advertising this hundreds of thousands (better yet,
Texas-a short word but .a big item and finally bought a couple millions) of bushels of rice are
state. We will be out of it in an- (Just like up in Canada we had Crossing the Sabine River into
other half day. Will have more to seen "Fish 'N Chips" signs and Texas we stopped for the night at
say of it in subsequent columns had to try 'em). The "P' Boy" Texadisonville and there I was the
or, perhaps, the latter part of this was similar to a Cuban sandwich recipient of one of the toughest
-about a half yard of French bread recipient of one of the toughest
-depending upon how the muse, cut in half and laded with roast veal T-bone steaks I have ever run
strikes us. beef, tomatoes, slaw 'and onions (if across in myt ife. I ad be willing
To date we have had a most en- you wanted- the latter). I always tosweart ba. l ad tanned be-
joyable trip with our first stop in have liked French bread. fore being served-and that was
right in the heart of a cattle-rais-
ing section. However, the next
night, at' Sweetwater, I partook of
a charcoal-broiled filet mignon
steak with mushrooms that would
have made a conniseur 'of good
food sit up 'and drool If you
are ever in Sweetwater 'be sure to
stop -at Mrs. Starr's Chicken House
S / \ to eat-you won't be disappointed,
--- her food is for the angels-if an-
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So We have been marveling at the
poppies (in three colors) along the
roadside in Texas as well s acres
* of black-eyed susan son the hill-
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TOO LATE TO THE 8yAR, Port St. Joe, PiFa THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1959

CLA S S I F Y in the world and once the wheels on a 'round the clock, 24 hour a
By RUSSELL KAY start turning in late October or day basis and by the end of the
early November, they never stop season, as you can well imagine,
Recently I was the guest of H. T. until the grinding operations are employees from the top brass on
Vaughn, president of the United completed in the Spring. During down to the common laborers have
States Sugar Corporation and was this long period, the mill operates (Continued on page 10)
privileged to attend the annual
Harvest Festival, celebrating the
close of another successful sugar
h arv est.... ;
Unlike most festivals this is a /
private affair staged by the cor-
poration for its employees. Thou "
sands of acres of cane are grown / '
in the rich soil of the Everglades .
and the corporation manitains plan- ..
stations *or divisions of operations '
in Hendry, Glades and Palm Beach '
counties.
Grinding 'begins early in the Fall
when trainloads of freshly cut cane
are delivered to the giant Sugar "
House for grinding and processing.
The mill at Clewiston is the largest.

look at mesquite, sagebrush and
tumbleweeds, not -to mention sever-
al varieties of cactus., i
Tomorrow we will enter Nwe ', __ _. _
Mexico, but details of that state
will have to wait, as I more than
likely will devote at least the next
two columns to Texas And
even though it is now the second
largest state, I do not have enough
superlatives to tell all (or is it two)
readers of this magnificent 'empire. P H I LO


Smith is off again-this time to
visit his native State of Califor-
ni9. This Is the first in a series
of articles-telling of his travels.)
VAN HORN, TEXAS-I am a ;i---
tie delayed in getting off this first
column due to ergophobia (to you
unlettered in our 'basic language-
Latin-that is "a fear of work"".
We are now 1,565 miles from our
home base of Buckhorn (and, by
the way, I soon will have to give
up the mayorship of Buckhorn and


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By The Star Publishing Company
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do eat hold themselves lable for damage further thas amount received such
advertisement.
The spoken word is 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.


Historical Society Se

To Constitution Mus


The St. Joseph Historical Society
ni Port St. Joe has approached the
Florida Park Service in regards -to
expanding the local Constitution
Park Museum. The following let-
ter was written to Emmet L. Hill,
Director of the Florida Park Service
by the local Society in regards to
the matter:
Dear Mr. Hill,
Regarding the discussion of plans
recently reviewed with you at the
call meeting held at St. Joseph Mu-
seum,' April 1,, at which you and
Mr. Coldwell were so kind to meet
with our -Society, I wish to advise
the following.
Our ,St. Joseph's Historical So-
ciety is very much interested in
having an additional wing added
to our 'present museum, which we
firmly believe will further the in-
terest and historical value of our
present lovely museum.
I will try to outline the ideas we
have in mind to see if they possibly
meet with your approval.
We would like to see the inter-
ior ot this addition planned to re-


Deking Addition

eum From State

with platform etc., as already por-
trayed). The walls of this addition
we would like to see hung with por-
traits of Washington, over the plat-
form, and the side walls lined with
just as many of the actual dele-
gates -and signers' portraits as it
is possible *to secure. These to be
framed in handsome, recessed, gold-
lief frames.
The photographs of the following
are already available from which
the enlarged portraits could be
made:
Hon. Robert Raymond Reid, Pres.
of Convention.
Hon. William Pope Duval.
Hon. Benjamin Drake Wright
Hon. David Levy (Yulee).
Colonel John L. MeKinnon
Judge William Marvin.
Also a photograph is available of
one of the Gautiers (in his late
years). Both of the Gautiers were
most prominent during the Conven-
tion. P. W. Gautier, Sr., being the
Chaplain and Peter W. Gautier, Jr.,
-the "King" of the St. Joseph Pro-
ject and editor of "The St. Joseph


semble your artists' conception of Times", doing -all of the repertorial
the First Constitutional Hall as is work connected with the Conven-
done in miniature in one of the dia- tioin, having also .been the princi-
ramas now displayed at Museum pal force responsible for the memor-
(the signing of the Constitution, able Convention being held in St.


Z rvlx


Sincerely yours,
Mrs. Ned S. Porter, Pres.
St. Joseph Historical Society
.---+-----
ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev. G. D. Underhill, Vicar
Trinity Sunday, May 24. 7:30
a.m., Celebration of the Holy Coin-


union. 9:45 a.m., Church School.
11:00 -a.m., Morning Prayer and
sermon. 6:30 p.m, The Episcopal
Young Churchmen.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.

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Our society intends td puit on a
drive this summer in an effort to
secure additional Delegates' photo-
graphs and information regarding
each of them so that we may be
able to do thumb-nail sketches on
each and all Delegates, which may
possibly be used in some way in
this addition, or otherwise.
I am listing here these -and oth-
er ideas we have for displays in
this desired, and, as we believe,
needed addition.
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be secured who attended Florida's
First Constitution Convention. En-
larging these to portrait size, fram-
ing in gold-lief frames. These to
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tion.
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documents, old newspapers, old
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done with Stephen Foster's com-
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3. Artifacts that may be 'forth-
coming. Additional glass cases to
display these and whatever other
relics related to *this period that
can be secured.
4. If the Original Constitution
can be obtained from Art Gallery in
California then this document to
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which the actual signing of the
Constitution took place can be lo-
cated and secured then this table
should be housed in this new addi-
tion.
6. A large drawing of the Powell
ma-p showing lay-out fo St. Joseph
to 'be displayed in this new addi-
tion.
We, as a society and individually,
believe that in securing this addi-
tion it would be of considerable
value not only to traveling tourists
but from an educational standpoint
to all students who are now, and
in the future will become interested
in St. Joseph's history. Besides
these pertinent reasons we feel
this new addition will properly pre-
serve the important data of this
era of Florida ,history, now avail-
able -and that -the future may dis-
close.


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Gulf vs Landcos.
June 6, Landcos vs Lions.
Moose vs Gulf.
June 9, Gulf v.s Lions.
June 10, Landcos vs Moose.
June 12, Gulf. vs Landcos.
June 13, Moose vs Lions.
June 15, Lions vs Landcos.
June 16, Moose vs Gulf.
June 18, Lions vs Gulf.
June 19, Moose vs Landcos.
June 22, Landcos vs Gulf.
June 23, Lions vs Moose.
June 25, Landcos vs Lions.
June 26,. Gulf vs Moose.
July 20, Gulf vs Lions.
July 21, Landcos vs Moose.
July 23, Gulf vs Landcos.
July 24, M'oose vs Lions.
July 27, Lions vs Landcos.
July 28, Moose vs Gulf.
July 30, Landcos vs Lions.
July 31, Gulf vs Moose
August 3, Landcos vs Gulf.
August 4, Lions vs Moose.
August 6, Moose vs Landcos.
August 7, Lions vs Gulf.
August. 10, Moose vs Lions.
August 11, Landcos vs Gulf.
August 13, Gulf vs Lions.
August 14, Moose vs Landcos.


McNair-Wilbanks

Wedding Told


Mr. and Mrs. William Benjamin
Ferrell announce the marriage of
their daughter, Lillian McNair, to
James Edgar Wilbanks.of Atlanta,


C.W. Long Attends

Golden Anniversary

C. W. Long, owner and operator
of the Western Auto Associate
Store here for the past 12 years,
attended the Western Auto Golden
Anniversary Merchandise Show in
Jacksonville, May 17 and 18. He
Iwas accompanied by Mrs. Long.
S"This was a very special show",
they stated, "Because it features
our complete line of toys and many
Christmas gift items."
Mr. Long explained that the
Jacksonville Merchandise Show
was one of 17 which-was held in
May for more than 3,600 home-
owned and operated Western Auto
Associate Stores all over the coun-
try.
"Even 'though Christmas is far
from the minds of most people at
this time of year, we saw all of
the new Christmas toys and relat-
ed items, and did a great deal of
our Christmas ordering. Each year
I'm a little more amazed at the mul-
titude of new and exciting items
introduced to make Christmas
more enjoyable," Mr. Long noted.
This is the 24th show that Long
has attended.
-K
Play at Washington

High School Friday
The Freshman class of George
Washington High School will pre-
sent a three-act comedy play en-
'titled, "Too Sweet for Sixteen" by
James J. Stone in the school gym-
nasium Friday evening, May 22, at
8:00 p.m. Everyone is invited. Come
out to this play and have a full
evening of entertainment. Don't
miss being sixteen again. It's a
treat.


iGeorgia, son of the late Mr. and.
Mrs. James Wesley Wilbanks of The characters of this play have
Tifton, Georgia,, on May 15, 1959. worked very hard to produce this
The couple are making their play Many nights and after school
home at 800 Piedmont Avenue, N. hours were spent in practice. All
E., Atlanta, Georgia until June 1. characters 'are steamed up and
fll I m


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ready to make a splendid perform-
ance. everybody is urged to be at
Washington High Gymnasium on
Friday evening at 8:00 p.m. to see
"Too Sweet for Sixteen".
Admission is: Adults, 50c ad-
vance and 75c at door. High School
students, 35c advance and 50c at
door. Elementary students, 15c ad-
vance and 25c at door. Miss A. C.
Whigham is the sponsor of the
class.


Employers Must

Make Tax Returns

Anyone who employs one or more
persons is required to make social
security tax returns, John V. Ca-
rey, District Manager of the Pan-
ama City social security office, re-
minded employers this week. The
requirement of the social security
report of 'employees' earnings is not
to be confused with unemployment
compensation.
Under the Internal Revenue Law
employers of any employee are li-
able for the full 5% social security
contribution on the first $4800 of
a worker's earnings, Carey added.
Employers should deduct 2%% for
social security purposes and add
an equal amount in making the re-
port and transmitting the tax to
the District Director of Internal
'Revenue.


Farm workers are reported on
an annual basis, Carey concluded.
If you need information on making
these tax reports, you should con-


Phone 7-3161


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Ave. Baptist Church

REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .._ 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street


VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME I


CHEVY'S THE HOTTESTONE AGAIN!


HOTTEST LOOKING, HOTTEST SAVING,
-T -


SEND IN YOUR ESTIMATE

YOU MAY WIN!
Wonder why we have a contest like this? To
prove what some folks don't know that
Warrengas beats electricity in providing plenty
of hot water 24 hours a day at low, low cost.
It's a dramatic way of saying that if you aren't
using Warrengas for water f-eating, you're
probably getting too little and paying too much!
What IS Warrengas? It's a high quality
LP-Gas, also known as bottled gas, propane or
butane. It is gas compressed into concentrated
liquid form, so that we can deliver Warrengas
to you easily and economically. Here's what
it will give you:
HOME HEATING-clean, automatic heating with
Warrengas for only pennies a day.
COOKING-the modern way, with fast, clean, auto-
matically controlled Warrengas flame.
TRACTOR FUEL-clean-burning Warrengas cuts
maintenance costs up to 50%.. costs less too.
MANY, MANY OTHER FARM AND HOME USES!


c --"-
FACTS TO HELP YOU WIN!
An average S0-gallon LP-Gas water
heater is able to deliver between
13,600 and 17,900 gallons of 160o
hot water per month.., an average
52-gallon electric water heater
between 3,950 and 5,250 gallons
per month. But the total gallons
of hot water each produces in 30
days, operating 24 hours a day will
vary one way or the other between
these totals, depending on operat-
Ing conditions.
Your Warrengas distribute has
Ian ENTRY LANK which con-
t' Ifj all th a test details and gives
-.u l-enty of additional inform.
tion to help you win. To get your
Entry Blank, phone, write or drop
in at the address below, or mail
your estimate by using the coupon
below. By calculating how much
each will deliver, you can estimate
how many more gallons you can get
from an LP- Gas water heater. our
calculation may win the content
and bring you the prize.
United States Testing Company
Inc. will test two new water heaters
-one LP-Gas, one electric These.
will be average home-size water
heaters picked at random from
stock. The test will measure.-how
much 1600 hot water (normal clothes
wane [iig temperature) each will
deliver over a 30-day period operate.
ing at full capacity 24 hours aday.
The certified r oniestw wnner.
determine the contest winner.


Here are the easy rules


A V8-powered Impala convertiblee, umistakably '591

HOTTEST SELLING OF THE LEADING LOW-PRICED 3


What we mean-this new Chevy's
whipped up a one-car heat wave. Its
fresh style caught on right away, of
course. But-whether you prefer a
V8 or 6-where Chevrolet really


leaves the other cars in the shade is
out on the road. A pair of Chevy 6's
came in one-two in their class in this
year's Mobilgas Economy Run. And
the winning average was 22.38 m.p.g.


Why not drop down to your dealer's
and see for your-
self why Chevy's --
this year's hot- CHEVROLET
test selling car?


Try the hot one-see your local authorized Chevrolet dealer!



FLOYD CHEVROLET Co.


S A 7 401" W I A PIt....I


L Phone; write or visit your Warrengas
distributor and ask him for your entry
blank-or use the coupon below.
2. Fill in your estimate of how many more
gallons of 160* water the LP-Gas heater
will deliver over the 30-day period. Don't
forget to add your name and address
and that of 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.
L. The Contest is subject to all Federal,
state and local laws and is open to any
adult resident of the continental United


States except thqse employed.by, or 15, 1959 and w.il receive their certi-
who are members of.the families of ficateshortly thereafter from their local
employees of Warren Petroleum Cor- 'Warrengas distributLr.
.------ -COUPON- -- -
| WATER HEATING CPffEST, P.O. BOX 390, OMWULGEE, OKLAHOMA
I I estimate that in thc 30-day test, the LP-Gas water hola-. will beat the electric by gallons

I ENTERED BY:
0 ADDRESS CITY STATE- 0


S WEST FLORIDA GAS COMPANY
I Port St. Joe r. ..-.... AR
I ^ABK2NAd^


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


All lmployee6, ,ti.er that fartm iaci yoUtr oeial Security OffieA Or
Workers, are reported .on a calen- the Internal Revenue Office. The
dar quarter basis, Carey continued. Social Security Office for -his area
The reports are due in the month Is located at 522 Mercer Avenue,
following each calendar quarter. Panama City. The tel'eplona num-
New employers and employers who ber is POplar 3-5331.
are reopening seasonal businesses
need to be concerned about the mat-
ter of making proper social security
tax reports on their workers. Work-
ers will not build up protection un-
der the Old Age, Disability and
Survivors Insurance System unless
their earnings are reported cor-
rectly.


SOUROCAL /WARRENGASR







WATER HEATING CONTEST

Just write down one number-Nothing to buy!


An LP-Gas water heater will deliver much more

hot water than an electric. How many gallons more in 30 days
-that is the contest question. /)


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PHONE BAH 7-2221


401 WILLIAMS AVE.


Port t. Joo, Fla.








,George W. Cooper, Chairman, E, C. in See. 7, T8S, RO1W in. the Port important budget matters, but that night before when tons of the cholc. THE STAR, Port St. Jo. PI.. THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1959
".EB *, T* ... Harden, Sr., A. J. Strickland, Cole-'.St. Joe area, due to- the fact that the paper work should begin with- est 'beef is cooked in the large
man W. Tharpe and G., S. Crft- the new ditch that is to replace in -about three weeks.
WH PRE DID E onW. The Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, the present ditch that be to o expen- Commissioner Harden told the open pits. Brunswick stew is pre- company officials rub elbows with colored folks are segregated in dif-
FPRESCRIPTION on. The Clerk ,SherifAttorney, thepresenttith 1lwll betooeenBCommissionerHt rden wito lt Pared in huge auldrons and when the laborers dressed in working ferent dining halls -and when the
J : YMITO .. Engineer, Road Supt., County Ser- sive to, maintain; should the State Board that he noted with regret pared in huge dautdrons and when the laborers dressed in working fervent dining halls *and when the
SY iV lo vice Officer and Mosquito Controi have to maintain it at a liter date. that the Board had received some you watch the operations you won- clothes. There is no pomp and cere- dance is staged in the evening
^ T COME- ln Supervisor were also present. Ted L. Whitfield presented a- bad publicity in the-local newspa- der if there are enough people in mony, n o"head table". Everyone there ia one for each group with
The meeting came to order at ditch easement for a ditch in Sec- per for having employed a County the world to eat all that food. stands in line and waits his turn excellent bands provided for both
FROM 9:00 o'clock A.M. ti on33, T5S, R11W and the same Service Officer for Gulf County I have attended many barbecues and when his plate is filled find events.
The minutes Of April 14, and was accepted 'and ordered filed, when a State Service Officer was I have attended many barbecues iand when is plate is filled finds events
"-" were read, approved, andrad opt A len pthy discussion was had serving'Gulf County without cost in my time but I never tasted beef a seat wherever' he can, be he an The season just closed, while not
S1 Ralp h Nance appeared 'befor th with reference to the two Fire to the taxpayers of the .county. He barbecued to such, perfection .and official or a field hand. It was just the best in the corporation's ex-
Board and discussed a drainage trucks that the County purchased said that he did not know that e same goes for the stew and the like one big family and speaks well perience, was very good. Favorable
A0i I~ problem at St. Joe Beach and cold for the White City'Fire Department. State 'Service Officer was servingbk
St e The Attorney advised that the title Guf C tyat the time the countybarbecued pork. There is always for the excellent employer-employ- weather this year helped offset the
r Abbre dio ot Latthat whbe an me nt paved Americus Avenuet- of said trucks should. remain in employed a County Service Officer enough for everyone adn this in- ee relations that has been main- loss of last year when cold destroy-
S bbevt ofthe Ln word St Joe Beach he contractor re- the County to comply with the law. and that he would like to invite eludes second or third helpings if tainted over theyears. ed a good portion of the crop and
Srrecpe(yo take), or I maythepagan god. F moved the clay that was onaid Whereupon, there was a motion by the State Service Officer to attend they are desired. There is no speech making, no damaged large areas of ane The
Jupiter. Another-theory claims that Avenue, but only paved a part of Commissioner Croxton, seconded a Board meeting to discusshi pro- There is no seh mking, United States Sugar Corporation is
Sboth physicians and mathematicians) the Avenue, leaving gthe unpaved by ommisionr Strickland and gram in Gulf County and then the Itcertainly was a sight to stand chest thumping, and the only cere-
sed the Latinword "radix" to sign portion of the Avenue in almost duly carried, that he White City County cn determine if a County he catwalk above the big din one of this state's biconnection with the event a ggestassets
prom. fy answers to difficult multiplication impassable condition; thatseeral Cire TDepartment be authorized to Service Officer s needed to serve on the c above the big din money in connection with the event and its operations in every respect
ted to Rx and adapted to represen automobiles getstuck each dayry- purchase the necessary equipment the Veterans in our County. The ing hall on the ground floor of the is the awarding of service pins to are on a plane that reflects great
atedcal to Rx and adswersapt edc to problems. ing to travel he npaved portion hat is required to put the two Clerk was requested to invite the mill and watch those thousands of employees who have served periods credit to the management and the
edcaanswerh s tri dcalgprobTemk pcg to trancel then requested the trucks in operating condition. State Service Officer that attend folks .enjoying their feast. of from five to 35 years. Colored credit to the man ent and the
Whether your doctor gives you a County to put clay on the unpaved Whereupon, there was a motionneof the next meetings of this Everyone from President Harry employees are honored just as are
p~rescriptisn or an "Rx." you J:j part of Americus Avenue to relieve. by Commissioner Croxton, second-. Board. .9 -
canalways you'll getprompt condition that now exists there ed by Comm. Thare and duly car- The Chairman told the Board that T Vaughon down participate and white employees. The white and This on ourprinting i sign of qalit.
Sefficielnt prescription service from us. and also 'to maintain the ditch that tried, that 'the County pay to the the Civil Defense Director needs
runs along Americus Avenue. Af- Gainer Funeral Home of Port St. certain office equipment to enable
D ter discussion, the Board announced Joe the sum of $75.00 for expenses him to carry out his duties. After -
-that the clay would be placed on in burial services for Nettie Bell- discussion, the Clerk was authoriz-
'PHRAI' Americus Avenue within two or Harris. ed to assist the Director in secur- .
three weeks and that the Engineer Mrs. Estelle Griffin granted the ing .the equipment he needs. _-- '
will run levels on the area that the County permission to clean out her Upon motion by Commissioner
said ditch drains to determine what boat-shute at Howard Creek and to Croxton, seconded by Commissioner e .
Buzzett's Drug Store should be done to relieve -the drain- use the dirt that will be removed on Tharpe and duly carried, the Board
Po-St. Joe, Foida age problem in that area without County road projects. voted to pay to Clayton Grocery
Port St. Joe, Flovida creating one in another place. Mr. The Attorney reported that he Company, Port St. Joe, Florida, the *
Henry ,F. Ayers, County Service Of- met with the State Road Depart- sum .of '$18.22, representing a gro-
AAINUTES OF THEi ficer, appeared before the Board ment in. Tallahassee -to determine cery .bill for the minor children of A
and made a report on what he was the progress of the Bond Issue in Anderson Jackson. '
COUNTY COMMISSION doing to get -his office set up to connection with the construction of Upon motion 'of 'Commissioner
serve -the Veterans in Gulf County certain roads in Gulf County and Tharpe, seconded by Commissioner
WEWAHITCHKA, FLA. and told, of attending a Service Of- that he learned the bond issue had Strickland and duly carried, the
MAY 12, 1959 ficer's School at Daytona Beach. been approved by the State Road Board yoted to pay the- Municipal h
The Board of County Commis- The State Road Department in- Department 'but nothing else had Hospital of Port St. Joe the sum
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, met formed the County by letter that been done due to the fact that the of '$68.50, representing a bill for I
this date in-lregular session with said Department could not disclaim State Road Department is 'at this Willie J. People.
the following members, present: a certain drainage ditch easement time tied up in the Legislature on Upon motion by Commissioner -V.
Croxton, .seconded by Commission-
er Harden and duly carried, the
-'' ,/ Board voted to pay the Municipal ..
Hospital of Port St. Joe the sum.
of- $75.00, representing part pay- ..
', r dgment on bill for Mrs. Vinnie 'May
McLemore.
I~ ~The Farm Agent presented his ,
Sr monthly report and the same was
a ordered filed.
SThe Farm Agent presented his
monthly report and the same was
All payrolls for the month of
April were approved and-ratified as to

There being no further business
S. to come before the Board, the .
I meeting did then adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core George W. Cooper
SClerk Chairman
_____for genuine Firestone

S"O (,Continued From Page 5) whitewalls
recappable fire -:X. had it.
So it is ,fitting and proper that a
6.70-15 Black celebration be staged. Employees,
both white and colored are brought
.LOW PR CES SIZ E- PRICE in buses from outlying areas to
-W R E6.70-15 8.88" Clewiston and mid-day barbecues
ON ALL 7.10-15 o10.88 are held, one for the colored help
7.60-15 12.48 and one for the white employees
SIZES8.00-15 13.48and the entire families are invited. plus tax and
It is a gala occasion when this plus tax and
*Plus tax and recappablgigantic feast is served cafeteria recappable tire
Y ou get the saM e ... style, at the mill. Barbecue experts 6.70-15
start preparing for the event the It's big news ...now 6.e
Tr a w d hyou can equip your 'tube-type
-:Tread depth ELsECTRICAL car wi Fistone

-/Tread design whitewalls at a price
v/Tread rd bber CONTRACTING well below the price
-as used in, newof many blackwall Size Whitewalls*
as used In new Call BAll 7-5591 tires!... Don't hesi- 6.70-15 15.95
FIREneed cash to for Free Eslimates tate ... buy them 7.1 0-15 17.95
get these prices WORK GUARANTEED NOW 7.60-15 19.95
YYOUR TRADE-IN __ .Tube-type. Plus tax and recappable tire.
S-TIRES MAKE THE SMITH
,DOWN PAYMENT RADIO and TV
oeasytermsLo w, o-ow Prices on Blackwalls Too...9

A Don't Throw Your Old
Shoes Away. sizE *PmCE
Bring them to us and let us ', 6.00-16 11.95
fix them like new.
RUCKMAN 7.10-15 14.8S
7.60-15 16.2S
now&ShoeRepair rcppale -dPlus ta and roc pDaD8e tire
U S TR225 REID AVE. .' "' 6r0d The dualiy oAS 'n"t a
tube-type to Fireruone's hgh quality


'" NO JOB TOO LARGE OR, TOO

0/7om and t6e 'em S.MJ. TAYLOR YOU DON'T NEED CASH
REPAIR LOANS UP TO to Buy at these Prices as little -
$2,500.00 as
Too much tread CALL .'OUR TRADE-IN-TIRES ARE Week
left to recap 's Priced from S. J. TAYLOR THE DOWN PAYMENT
-I / BAll 74776
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THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1959 retained, as. and.for full liquid


$2633


201 MONUMENT AVE.


ted.


damages.
The unqualified approving opin-
Highland View News not constitute an indebtedness of ion of Patterson, Freeman, Richard-
(Continued From Page 2) the City of Port St. Joe, Florida. son and Watson of Jacksonville,
Macomber, Mrs. Ruth Harbuck, The lienof said bonds upon such Florida will be furnished without
MrsPhlli Price Mrs Nora Lee portion of the proceeds of the utili- cost to the purchasers of the bonds.
Mrs. Phyllis Price, Mrs Nora Lee ties service taxes is subordinate There will also be furnished the
Roney, Mrs. Lillie Richter, and and junior to the lien of certain u 1ual closing papers.
Mrs. Ouida Branch. The program Municipal Building Bonds, issue of The right to reject any or all
was dismissed with prayer for the 1947, previously issued by the City. bids is reserved.
missionaries fro the prayer cal- The bonds were validated by De- THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
missionaries from the prayer cal- ciee of the Circuit Court of Gulf FLORIDA
endar. County, Florida, rendered on March J. L. SHARIT,
Young People Entertained 5, 1959. Mayor-Commissioner
The Young People's Department The bonds osa isuematuig ATTEST:
ofheYoung People's Depa in th years 1973 to 1976, both in- i. W. HENDERSON,
of the First Pentecostal Church elusive, are redeemable prior to City Auditor-Clerk 2t-5-21
were entertained Thursday after- their respective .stated dates of ma-
noon at the new church building turity, at the option of the City, in IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
with a weiner roast. Roasted wein- whole or in part, but in inverse nu COURT, GULF COUNTY,
era, buns, chili, potato chips and August 1, 1967, or on any interest FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
cold drinks were served. The .payment date thereafter, at par and IN RE: Estate of
youths enjoyed games before roast- accrued interest to date of redemp- Francis Michael Hall,
ing weiners. Those present were: tion, together with the followingNOTICE TO CREDITORS
premiums if redeemed at the follow- NO.. ... ..CRE .I.OR
Vicki Thomas, Elizabeth Adams, ing times: 3% of the par value All creditors of the estate of
Denniy Adams, Geraldine Adams, thereof if redeemed on August 1, Francis Michael Hall, deceased,
Deneise Hill, Jimmy Rogers, Jimmy 1967; 2Y2% of the par value there- are hereby notified and required to
Godwin, Rawligh Furney, Dana Hill, of if redeemed on any interest pay- file any
meant date during the year 1968; .they may have against said estate
Sandra Clark, Roger Thomas, Jean- 2% of the par value thereof if re ,in the office of the County Judge
nette Armstrong, Helen Peak, Di- deemed on any interest payment o Gulf County, Florida, in, the
anne Clark, Barbara Lewis, Wayne date during the year 1969; 1% ida, wirthin eight We aicar months
Corbit, Patricia Colvin, Ann Colvin, ofthe par value thereof if redeem- fromth date of the first publica-
'Stevie Mitchell, Phil Furney, Ed- during the year 1970; 1% of par 'tion of this notice. Each claim ;or
ward Clark, Betty Sue Armstrong, value thereof if redeemed on any demand must ie in writing and
John Lewis, Rickey Armstrong, An- interest payment date during the must state the place of residence
drew Lewis, Randy Young, Freddy year 1971 and without premium ifmand post-offid must be sworn to by the
redeemed thereafter prior to matur- meant and must be sworn to by the
Furney, Sue McCormick, Donnie ity. e claimant, his agent, or his attor-
Furney* Sue Mcomc, -. n i.._ i ,- n .-^',ii n c-,


Miles, Ronnie Thomas, Shirley Din-


gler, Ben Armstrong, Carolyn Tho- Bidders are requested to name
'the interest rate or rates but not
mas and Sara Brannon. Adults pres- exceeding three different rates of
ent were: Mrs. Howard Rogers, interest and not exceeding six per
Young People's leader, Mrs. Iris cent per annum, in multiples of 1/
Furney, Mrs. James Colvin, Mrs. or 1/10 of one per cent, and each
l d M. G A bidder must specify in his bid the
J. Hill andMrs. Gordon Adams. amount and the maturities of the
onds of each rate. All bonds matur-
ing on the same date must bear in-
LEGAL ADVERTISING- terest at the same rate. No bid for
less than Nine Hundred Seventy
Dollars ($970.00) per bond and ac-
NOTICE OF SALE crued interest or for less than all
$55,000.00 of the bonds offered will be enter-
City of Port 'St. Joe, Florida tained. The bonds will be awarded
Hospital 'Revenue,Bonds of 1958 to the bidder offering to purchase
Sealed bids will be received by the bonds at the lowest interest
the- City Commission of the City of. cost of the City, such cost to be de-
Port St. Joe, Florida, at its regular termined by deducting the total
place of meeting In Port St. Joe, amount of any premium from or
Florida until 4:00 o'clock p.m., EST, by adding the total amount of any
June 16, 1'959, at which time and premium from or .by adding the to-
place all bids will be publicly open- tal amount of any discount to the
ed and read, for $55,000.00 Hospital aggregate amount of interest on all
Revenue Bonds of 1958 af the Ciry of the bonds from the date there-
of Port St. Joe, Florida, dated Au- of until their respective maturities.
gust 1, 1958 and maturing annually Each bid must be- enclosed in a
August 1 as follows: .sealed envelope marked "Proposal
YEAR AMOUNT for Bonds", must be accompanied
1973 $1'5,000.00 by a certified or bank-cashier's or
1974 15,000.0.0 .treasurer's check for $1,100.00, pay-
1975 15,000.00 'able unconditionally to the order
1976 10,000.00 of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
Denomination $1,000.00; coupon on which .no interest will be allow-
bonds; principal and semi-annual ed. Award or rejection of bids will
Interest payable at -the Florida Na- be made on the date above stated
tional Bank of Jacksonville, Jack- for the receipt of bids, and the
sonville, Florida; said bonds will 'checks of unsuccessful bidders will
be payable on a parity with the out- be returned immediately.
standing Hospital Revenue Bonds The check of the successful bid-
dated August 1, 1957, solely from der will' be held uncashed as secur-
a portion of the net proceeds of ity for the performance of his -bid,
the utilities service taxes received but in the event that- ths4ucoes'sful
by the City an-hfriom-the .netpro- biddr ssalfIl fail tkhc6dmply with the
ceeds of the cigartte taxes receiv- terms of his bid the check may then
ed by the City. These bonds will -be cashed and the proceeds thereof


ney, or it will become Uvoid accord-
ing to law.
May 21, 1959.
/s/ LULA R. HALL
Administratrix of the Es-
tate -of Francis Michael
Hall,, deceased. 4t-5-21
First publication: May 21, 1959.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA.. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
BYRON WHETSTONE EELLS,
SR., deceased.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
EXECUTRIX
Notice is hereby given that I
have .filed my final returns as
executrix of the estate of Byron
Whetstone Eells, Sr., deceased;
that I have filed my petition for
distribution and for final discharge,
and that on May 25, 1959, I will ap-
ply to the Honorable Sam P. Hus-
band, County Judge of Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, for approval of said
final returns 'and for an order of
-distribution and for final discharge
as executrix of the will of Byron
Whetstone Eells, Sr., deceased.
April 27, 1959.
/s/ ELDORA COLGIN EELLS
SILAS R. STONE
Attorney for Petitioner 4t-4-30
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given to whom
it may concern, that on June 9,
1959, we intend to apply to the
Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida, to adopt a
resolution closing, vacating and
abandoning a certain alleyway in
WIMICO SUBDIVISION in Sec. 11,
T 7 S, R10W, Gulf County, Florida,


fHk Ot-Ar, Port. t& Joe, L.


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described as follows: 'Visiting Parents
All of Alleyway running through Sgt. and Mrs. Chuck Baumgart
Block 4 of Wimico Subdivision as
per Official Plat on file in Plat and children who have been sla-
Book 1, page 31, Public Records tioned in France are visiting Mrs.
of Gulf County, Florida. Baumgart's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
This notice published twice pur- C. R, Smith. Mrs. Baumgart will'
suant to Chapter 22999, Laws of e remembered as Frances Smith.
Florida. be remembered as Frances Smith.
/s/ VIRGIL A. JORDAN
/s/ POLLY T. JORDAN Visits Parents
/s/ WALTER T. STAFFORD Walter Wilder, a student at the
/s/, HAZEL J. STAFFORD
/s/ ERNEST L. ANTLEY University of the South, Sewanee,
/s/ 'JEANETTE ANTLEY Tennessee, visited with 'his par-
/s/ LEIA RI ER 2t ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wilder
last week end.
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the CIRCLE WILL MEET
undersigned, desiring to engage in WITH MRS. RAMSEY
business under the fictitious name
of W. M. LUMBER EXPORT CO., Circle 4 of the Long Avenue Bap-
in the City of Port St. foe, Florida, tis,t Church will meet Tuesday, May
intend to egister. the said name 26 with Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey.
with the Clerk of Circuit Court of -K
Gulf County, Florida. o 4t-5-14
WILFREDO MAS Visit In Georgia
MANNUEL DEL DAGO
MA'N DE L O' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Macomber
and children spent Sunday in Geor-
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,,,THUROSAY, MAY 21, 19%8


Party Honors Beth Brown Or

Occasion of Her Fifth Birthdc

A delightful birthday party was Next the
given honoring Beth Brown, five Birthday" was
year old daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. joyed cake, ice
Bill Brown last .Saturday in Forrest punch.
Park. The children enjoyed all the Those which
fun of the park, plus many games, were: Joy Pa
after which all sat around and Otis Kate Pyle
looked on as Beth joyously opened Nell Chason, I
each gift. 'She received a lovely Howell, Holli
assortment of presents from her Grace, Freda
friends. *" ram, Terry Ch


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Debbie Mallet, Delores Mallet, Deb-
SThe ble Wbolford, -Martha Griffith, Ter-
ry Brown, Steve Belin, George Mc-
aly Lawhon, Tyler Smith, Steve Atchi-
son, Chris King, Steve Owens, Ed-
die Summers, Charlie Clark, Ricky
traditional "Happy Summers, Greg 'Summers and Da-
sounded 'and all en- vid Fielding.
cream, suckers and Those who sent gifts but were
unable to attend were: Rusty Ram-
helped her celebrate sey, Ricky Winters, J.ana Kay Far-
,rker, Janie Cathey, ris, John Bates and John and Jack
i, Brenda Weeks, La Daniels. Mothers who assisted were
Debbie Floyd, Midge Mrs. James Summers, Mrs. Kay
ey Hendrix, Linda, Clark, 'Mrs. J. B. Griffith, Mrs. Aus-
Sutton, Debra Butt- tin Mallet, Mrs. Everett Owens,
lason, Judy Hendrix, Mrs. Mary Fielding and grandmo-


H1 stoWy Ar tHi TA Port St. Joe, Fli
Histor' y eAr.icle

Help Tourist Trade Mdsonic Lodge To
__Observe Ahniversary
A recent series of articles pub- ---
lished in the Panama City News- Port St. Joe Lodge No. 111, F.
Herald and written by special & A. M. will hold its annual Anni-
writer Harold Bell have resulted versary Dinner, Saturday, May 23,
in a new rash of tourist business 1959 at 7:30 p.m. at the Centennial
in this area. Building. All Masons and their fam-
S ilies are cordially invited to attend.
Bell's detailed stories of St. Jo. _


seph during its brief heyday glory
and the destruction that followed
have sent large numbers of per-
sons ,to Port St. Joe from the eight
Panhandle counties served by the
News-Herald.
Northwest Floridians have been,
visiting the ancient St. Joseph
Cemetery and Constitution Memor-
ial in numbers since Bell started
writing about the old city. The mu-
seum houses many relics of St.
Joseph and early Northwest Flor-
ida. The state's first Constitution
was adopted in Port St. Joe, and
for that reason the municil~ality
'bears .the name of "Constitution
City".
The Museum is closed on Mon-
days, open Tuesday through Sat-
urd'ay from 9 a.m. and Sunday
from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m.

Little Boys Baseball

Results and Standings


May
May
May
May
May


AMERICAN LEAGUE
13, Rained out. -
14, Boxers 18, Dozers 6.
15, Sockys 11, Hard Stars 6.
18, Gators 11, Dozers 6.
19, Boxers 6, Sockys 5.
League Standings


Team W L Pot.
Boxers 4,, 2 .666
Sockys 2 2 .500
Dozers 2 2 .500
Hard Stars ...------...... 2 2 .500
Gators 1 3 .250
NATIONAL LEAGUE
May 13, Ford Pontiac 6, Sharks 0.
May 14, IGA 8, Rotary 4.
May 15 Ford-Pontiac 4, Kraftles 1
May 18, IGA 5, Sharks 4.
May 19, Ford-Pontiac 25, Rotary 2
League Standings
Team W L Pet.
Ford-Pontiac ----.--5 0 1.000
IGA 5 0 1.000
Krafties 1 3 .250
Sharks 1 4 .200
Rotary 0 5 .000

Vitro Executive Tells

Of Cape San Bias Work

Andy Ericson of the Vitro Cor-
poration spoke to, the Rotary Club
Tuesday to explain .some of the
work that would be done with the
missile tracking station 'at Cape
San Bias. Ericson was stationed at
Eglin Air Force Base which he
termed "a big laboratory".
Ericson said that Cape San Blas
would be one in a. series of our
tracking stations that would serve"
to test and perfect certain missiles
fired at Eglin for performance.
He said there are two stations ."
Cape San Blas, one near the beach
near the Coast Guard Station and
the other just South of the Coast
Grard Station. Between the two
stations, approximately 140. men
will' be stationed at the two sta-
tions by the first of the year. The
stations will have an annual payroll
of between a quarter and a half
million dollars a year.
Ericson said that Vitro now has
the contract to operate the sta-
tions, but the operation is on a bid
contract basis.
Guests of the club were Creed
Mefford of Port St. Joe, head of
the Cape San Bias installation and
Jack Bergman of Eglin Air Force
Base.

others Mrs. J. E. Perritt and Mrs.
J. C. Prevost.


Owens Speaks

To Kiwanis Club

County Superintendent of Public
Instruction spoke before the Ki-
wanis Club Tuesday telling them
of the effects of proposed cutbacks
in school financing by the State
Legislature.
According to owens, not 11 the
proposed cut-backs will affect Gulf
County, but those that will will hart
Gulf's progress in education.
He especially cited cut-backs o(.
special service personnel which
will cost Gulf about two units, or
$7,500.00 per year. A cut-back in
the Minimum Foundation payments
will seriously affect Gulf's building
plans, since the School Board is
already making plans for several
new school rooms for next year.
"We have to have them", said Ow-
ens. The other category hurting
Gulf would be a cut-back in text-
book funds. "Although we could
make out in this department some
way, curtailment of the other funds
will place us in a need of abuot
$50,000.00 more financing from lo-
cal sources." Owens said. He point-
ed out that the School Board has
only two more mills they can levy
which will bring in about $25,000.00.
*In a business session of the club
Tommy Pridgeon was elected to
serve out the term of Vice-Presi-
dent vacated by Dick Lamberson.
Guests of the club were Key
Clubbers Bob Kerrigan and Nel-
son Hall.









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Monument Ave. and First St. HIGHLAND VIEW, FLORIDA
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


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KNIT BLOUSES
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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. tfe
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. tfc-4-16
FOR RENT: 2 bderoom unfurnish-
ed apartment. 617 Woodward
Ave. Call Gene Halley, phone 3-2625
or 2-0550, Tallahassee. tfc-5-14
FOR RENT: 4 furnished apart-
ments. Private bath. Freshly
painted. $10.00 per week. 228 8th
St. Phone 7-7841. 3tc-5-14
AVAILABLE Very nice 3
bedroom unfurnished house on
St. Joe Beach. See J. D. Clark.


FOR RENT: 6 room house and
'bath $35.00. Convenient to store,
school and post office. Phone BAll
7-3983. 2te

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: 2 bedroom house. A
small down payment, balance like
rent. 512 First St. J. K. Pridgeon,
Wewa., phone NEwton 9-4264. tfc
FOR SALE: Personalized rubber
stamps made to order. 1 day ser-
vice. Phone 7-8576, Port St. Joe.,
J. A. Blackwell, Box 491. 4tp-4-23
FOR SALE: Just take up payments
on almost new Norge wringer
washer. Only $9.86 per month. Mo-
dern Furniture Co.
FOR SALE: Vinyl plastic-asbestos
tile. Closeouts (Flexaohrome) 9
X 9. Only 15c per tile. Limited
quantities. Modern Furniture Co.
FOR SALE: Two bedroom house
on McClellan Ave. $450. down
plus closing cost and payments of
about. $55.00 per month.
FOR SALE: A very nice two bed-
room house about one year old.
Can. sell for $650. down plus clos-
ing cost.
FOR SALE: Two furnished apart-
ments, one large three bedroom
house and one small house. This is
good investment property and can
be purchased for $15,760. Has in-
come potential of $190 per month.
FOR RENT: A spacious two bed-
room beach cottage with very
large porch. Available for two
weeks in June.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Phone 7.3491


FOR SALE
1. 3 bedroom house on Bellamy
Circle. VA financing. For quali-
fied veteran. No down payment.
Just closing coat.
2. 3 bedroom house on Bellamy
Circle. FHA financing.
3. Some lots left at Cape San BIas
'Shores Subdivision on St. Joe
Point.
4. Lots at St. Joe Beach. 75X150.
1 block from water. Convenient
terms.
5. Consult us before, you 'build. Con-
struction, financing, everything
arranged for you.
PRIDGEON AGENCY
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741
HOUSEWIVES: Earn extra money
servicing an Avon territory. We
train you. Write AVON, Box 3103,
Tallahassee, Fla.









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Want Ads Get Resuitt
Midget Investments With
Giant Returns


WANTED: Cook and waitress at
Catalina Restaurant, at Mexico
Beach. tfc-5-21
"THE GREAT TIDE", a novel of
Northwest Florida by Rubylea
Hall may be purchased at Camp-
bell's Drug Store or from Mrs. H.
F. Brinson. 4tp-4-30

WANTED: Part time correspond-
ent in Port St. Joe area. Retired
or semi-retired persons considered
also. Car essential and some- know-
ledge of credit investigation. Re-
ply by mail, stating age, back-
ground, business or employment re-
cord anid present activities. Write
Dunn & Bradstreet, Inc., P. 0. Box
2206, West Bay Station, Jackson-
ville 3, Florida. 3tc-5-14
BATON TWIRLING: For beginners
Tuesday afternoons at 4:30. 25c,
per lesson. Contact Marina Pujr,
Phone BAll 7-3541. 4tp-4-23
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
Ing money see us for anything
rou need In your home. STOP -and
SWAP SHOP.


NEW CAR OWNERS: Project that
bright new uphclstery with tailor
made seat covers. Many fabrics to
choose from. Butler's Trim Shop,
Corner Second and Reid.
UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
furniture 1" Ik old? Bring It to
Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second
and Reid for expert rebuilding.
Keys Mode While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO.
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
SEPTIC TANKS pumped oat. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tiC-5-2
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7601.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joheph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All vial:-
ing brothers welcome. Robert L.
Creamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R.
Maige, Secretary.
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN IAGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
tOO p.m., American Legion Home.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
Noble- Grand: Chris Martin
Secretary: W. H. Weeks
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ED McFARLAND, W.M.
ROY L. BURCH, Sec.
All Master Masons cordially invited
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.


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"


FOR SALE
Beach cottage completely fur-
nished. On Indian Pass Beach.
Formerly J. 0. Anderson cot-
tage.
See
W. 0. or R. F. ANDERSON





-NOW-
You can buy at '
$10.00 DOWN
$10.00 per Month
a lot 60' x 150' on beautiful
Lookout Mountian at Cloud-
land, Georgia.
For Information send $1.00
for plat to:

Coosa Corporation
Box 258
Cloudland, Georgia


Public Auction
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SATURDAY, JUNE 6
The City of Port St. Joe Will Sell One

1955 FORD V8 Tudor Sedan
To the highest bidder at 4:00 p.m. on June 6, 1959. Buyer
must pay cash on premises to city agent

- Sale Will Take Place At Police Station on
Reid Avenue


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