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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: June 4, 1959
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chatahoochee Valley"


TWENTY-UECOND YEAR


-ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1059


ETAOIN SHRDLU
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY

We've Always heard that it take
all kinds to make a world-and I
would then stand to reason that I
even 'takes people like -. 0. Cul
pepper-hereinafter to be calle
"Indian giver".
Culpepper earned this name th
other day. We were in St. Jo,
Hardware soliciting 'business anm
Culpepler bounced up, pulled
out. his ever-bulging wallet, threv-
some money on the counter and-
just like he spent money every da:
--said, "write me up for a sub
scription".
Just like that.
Well, of course, w% were flab
bergasted and asked Culpepper
"Do you mean to tell me that you
have lived here 'this long and have
never subscribed to The Star? (We
now have so many subscribers we
can't keep up with who is and whc
ain't dny more, without referring
to the records).
Culpepper donned a sly grin and
said, "I've been getting it for free"!
My wife just picks up the one at
Florida 'Power and brings it home
on each and every Thursday-O0
course, I make her do it."
Well, getting back to this "In-
dian giver" business.
Old J. C.-like we 'aid-slapped
his money down on.' the counter
real flush like. We asked J. C. if
he was going to give us all that
money for a subscription.. He said
-in an expansive tone-sure, it's
$3.00 a year isn't it?" We assured
him it was and went further to ex-
tract from Oulpepfir a statement
that all the money was for us.
'Sure aeid Culpepper, I gave you
the whole pile and its yours for
the. subscription."
So we .pick up. the -three one
dollar bills and put them in our
.billfold. and. then picked. up the
five that we had seen stuok to the
back of the "wad" and started to
put it in the wallet. *ll, right
then and' 1rteff--i"t 'iVulpepper
ceased to lBe i expansive. "Hey,
give-me back my five!" he bellow-,
ed. '
Now, yog be the witness, d6n'jt
you thi.ik we were entitled to that
five since we expressly asked 'ul-
pepper if the whole stakl of bill's
was for us? That's why we call i
"Inldian giver",
And after all these years of get-
ting a good newspaper for free, he
should have been more "than glad
to N"t p" us with that five.


-It's funny what fishing will do to
an otherwise ordinary person.
. Take Tommy Pridgeon and Hu-
bert Richards for example.
Tommy swears up and down that
he was fishing out at Indian Pass
recently when he spied a sea gull
winging across the water when all
of a sudden, in a' swirl of water,
the flying gull was gone!
Without even a trace left-ex-
cept Tommy.
-Of coursI it is easy to see why
Tommy's story has met with much
doubting.
Then Hubert Richards claims ho
was fishing about the same spot
the other day and caught a.. 5
pound. (check that figur@-35 whole
16 oz. ,pounds) red fish. Hubert says
his family is fast making a dent
in this mess of red fish.
Now this latest story adds cre-
dence to Tommy's story. It is plain
to see .that the 35 pound red fish
is what gulped up the sea gull on
he-.wing.
We believe it all now.

Arriving for Visit
'Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wilbanks
of Atlanta, Ga., will arrive in Port
St. Joe on Monday, June 8 for a
week visit with Mrs. Wilbanks' par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ferrell.j


REQUEST PARED BY $183,000.00


ST. JOE HARBOR GETS ANOTHER

MILLION FROM GOVERNMENT

In a telegram to The Star Tuesday, Congressman
Bob Sikes reports that the House Appropriations Committee
has approved a request for $1,000,000 for completion of the
St. Joseph Harbor dredging work. Sikes said in his telegram
that he anticipated no difficulty in obtaining approval by
the House of this item.
The original budget request for the Port St. Joe dredg-
ing was for $1,183,000 but this amount was trimmed down to
a round million dollars by an economy-minded group.
Work is currently underway now in St. Joseph's Bay
on dredging provided in last year's budget. The present'
work is expected to last until the end of the year with a pipe-
line dredge clearing the harbor and a hopper dredge clean-
ing out the channel.
After the dredging work is completed, Port St. Joe
will have a channel with an average of 34 feet in depth.


Plans For New Hospital Addition Are

Completed; Now Being Examined

-Commissioner R. H. (Bob) Ell-
zey and Mayor J. L. Sharit went to TWO TrUcks Go
Panama City yesterday to inspect a M


the finished architect's drawings of
the new Municipal Hospital addi-
tion.
The City was notified Monday by
the architect, Norman Gross, that
the drawings were complete and
specifications would be completed


Together Tuesday

Two trucks collided near Mexico
Beach Tuesday overturning one and
causing extensive damage to both
trucks, according to Highway Pa-


yesterday morning. trol reports. .. .-
The two Port St. Joe Commission- There were no injuries. -
ers will inspect the plans and spec1- Approximately $ 3 5 0 damages
fications and present them to the were estimated for a 1954 pickup
remainder of the Commission for truck belonging to the Port St. Joe
approval or disapproval. office of the West Florida Gas a~nd
Mayor J. L. Sharit says that the Fuel Co., and driven by David Shi-
next sten in setting construction Irah, 26, of Port St. Joe. The other


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underway is getting the plans ap-
proved by the U. 'S. Government
agency providing half the money
for the project'and then construc-
tion can begin..
The new ad*,lor: will more than
double the present hospital facili-
ties,, provide the latest in hospital
equipment and remodel the front
of 'the existing building into a mo-
dern design. The new, structure
will contain over 40 hospital bed
and will provide adequate waiting
room. space along with its improved
surgical and emergency treatment.
facilities.
The addition will cost ,about a
half million dollars, of which the
government is providing half.


truck involved in the accident suf-
fered about. $500 damages. This
truck was a.1957 two-ton truck driv-
en by Doris E. Forehand, 52, of
Panama City.
-Investigating trooper T. M. Ap-
lin said both vehicls.'were travel-
ing east on SR30 when Shirah made
a left hand turn off the highway.
Forehand was attempting to pass
and struck Shirah's truck in the
left rear.
No arrest was made,


Last Rites Held
For Taylor Infant


'Hairy- Leonard Taylor, infant
A dn =oe son of IMr. and Mrs. Lee Taylor of
Applications Asked this city passed away last Wed-
nesday night at 9:30 p.m. at the
F r ScoutMuicipal Hospital.
Fo c tC t Funeral services were held from
the First Baptist -Church at 2:00
Scoutmaster John T. Simpson an p.m. Friday, 'May 29, with the pas-
nounces that applications are now tor, Rev. C. Byron 'Smith, officiat-
available for scouts to fill out for ing. Interment was in'the family
summer encampment., plot of Traveler's R!'st Cemetery
Simpson says that Tro.op 47 will near Clarksville. -
begin a week encampment on June Survivors include the parents,
15 at Links' Landing near Marian- .the paternal grandmother, Mrs.
na. The Troop will leave Port St. Ethel Taylor of 'Clarksiille and the
Joe Monday nfornihg, June 15 at grandfather, LeonardG. Cooper of
8:00 p.m. in a.school bus and will Madison, Wisconsin.
return Saturday about noon, June Comforter Funeral Home was in
20. Simpson said visitors day will charge of the arrangements,
be held as usual, and this event
has been scheduled for Wednesday --- -
during the week of encampment.
Simpson says the Scouts mayre- Fishermen W earned
ceive their applications on Satur-
day of this week. He urges that f a D g
they then be filled out and turned Of Dam Dangers
in at Scout meeting Monday.


Carolina Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Bill M ntgomery
and family of Cherry Point, N. C.
visited his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
Montgomery this past week. They
also visited Mrs. Montgomery's
sister, Mrs. W. B. Richardson of
-this city. Mr. Montgomery returned
home Tuesday, leaving his family
here for a longer visit,


NOTICE

Dr. Vickers, D.V.M. will be at the City Hall Fire
Station from 2:30 P.M. until 6:00 P.M. Eastern Standard Time
June 4, 1959 for the purpose of vaccinating dogs against ra-
bies. A charge of $2.00 will be made for each animal treated.
All persons who are owners of dogs are hereby advised to
bring the animals to the above mentioned location for vacci-
nation at the above mentioned time.
R. W. HENDERSON
City Clerk


On several occasions fishermen
in boats have ventured into the
opening on the downstream side of
Jim Woodruff Powerhouse. This is
very dangerous as the water is al-
ways turbulent and could become
violently turbulent. When necessary
the volume of water discharged can
'be cut completely off or doubled in
five seconds and would be dan-
gerous for any normal size boat.
The Jim Woodruff Powerhouse,
Lock and Dam is operated by the
Department of the Army, 'Corps-of
Engineers, Mobile District, and is
under Security Regulationis. These
Regulations also prohibit boats en-
tering under the Powerhouse.
The local Coast Guard Station at
the Dam, under command of F. C.
Hemmingway, Boastwain Mate, 1st
Class, has the authority to arrest
for such violation and his office
will be called if any-further viola-
tions occur. The public is requested
to cooperate for their own safety.


Send The STAR To A Friend


Fire Destroys Building,
Damages Two Others

The Port St Joe Volunteed Fire
Department was called to Highland
View Saturday about 1:30 p.m. to
put out a fire in an old abandoned
building on Second Street.
High winds. Saturday fed the
flames and spread them to adjoin-
ing houses op each side of the
burning building.
Lack of water in the Highland
View area also hamperde the fire-
men.
The burning, building was com-
pletely destroyed by the time fire-
men arrived on the scene and the
heat from the flames ignited the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray
Nobles, badly damaging the home.
A house on the other side of the
building was also damaged slight-
ly on one wall. The 'Nobles home
was on the windward side of the
burning building and was exten-
sively damaged.


Auxiliary Names

New Pick Ups

The Hospital Auxiliary pickup
committee for June, July and Au-
gust has been announced.
The new committee consists of
Mrs. Basil'Kenney, Mrs. L. S. 'Bis-
sett and Mrs. Otto Anderson.
The Auxiliary is In need of
rummage for their weekly sale
and any of these ladies will be
glad to pick up any that you may
have.


City Makes Plans For Further Sewer

And Paving Extensions By Assessments


Father of Local Man
Dies In Panama City

Fred Belding Sutton, age 85, pas-
sed away in a Panama City Hospi-
tal 'early Tuesday morning.
A native of New Jersey, Mr. Sut-
ton had resided at Bradenton since'
1929 and has visited in Port St. Joe
on many occasions.
The body was shipped Wednes-
day morning to Oldwick, N. J. for
funeral services and burial.
He is survived by a son, Fred
W. Sutton of Port St. Joe; two
daughters, Mrs. Lea Nelick of Old-
wick, N. J. and Mrs. Edna Mayber-
ry, Peapack, N..J., 11 grandchildren
and 12 great grandchildren.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of local ar-
rangements.


Young Demos To

Meet Monday

The Gulf County Young Demo-
crat's Club will hold a meeting
Monday night at 7:30 p.m. at the
City Hall.
The purpose of the meeting is
to lay plans for attending a dis-
trict caucus meeting In Marian-
na next week end.
All members are urged to at-
tend.


Rush Chism, Long-T

Taken By Death Mo

Rush Chism, age 49, a long time
resident of Port St. Joe ,passed
away at the Municipal Hospital
Monday morning at around 7:15


Methodist Church

School Planned

The First Methodift Church will
open its Church School classes on
Monday morning at 8:30. Classes
will hp hld1 M ndiT tbroiiy h -Fri-


The City Commission read for
the first time Tuesday an ordin-
ance empowering the City to con-
struct sewer services on 10th Street
East of Garrison Avenue and assess-
ing adjoining property owners for
the cost.
Several homes have already been
constructed on this street, but they
were forced to use septic,-tanks in
the area, due to.the lack of city
sewer facilities.
Since that time -the- City has pur-
chased the necessary equipment to
put down the line and is now in,
the process of providing sewer fa-
cilities to every lot in the city
limits.
Several new homes are scheduled
to go up in the 10th Street section
mentioned, but the State Board of
Health will allow no .more septic
tanks in the area.
: ew Strpets
It was disclosed Tuesday night
at the City Commission. meeting
that several new streets are under,
survey for construction and paving.
Following the pattern being set


Baccalaureate Services Scheduled

For Sunday Night At 8:00 P.M.

Baccalaureate services for the 43 graduating seniors of Port
St. Joe High School will be held Sunday, June 7 at 8:00 p.m. at
the High School football stadium.
The program will begin with the traditional, 'Tomp and
Circumstances" followed by the Invocation by the Rev. J. C.
Odum. Rev. Harry M. Punt will give the scripture reading and
the Baccalaureate sermon. Rev. Odum will pronounce the bene-
diction.


Honor
Graduates


Micnard
Zipperer


by recent sewer. installations, the
cost of the paving will be assessed
the adjoining -property owners. I
The new streets to be opened
are: Palm Boulevard from 16th Patsy
Street to Constitution Park, Mimosa Lewis
DriVe, duPont Drive and St. Joseph
Drive and Yaupon and 21st Streets ,-
All of the streets are in the vicinity '4. '
bounded by Highway 98, Constitu-
tion Park, Monument Avenue and
16th Street. '--


ime Resident, Is

inday After Attack

a.m. Chism suffered a heart attack
two weeks ago Wednesday and had
been confined to the Hospital for
a week prior to 'his death.
Chism was foreman of the pulp
-mill of the -St. Joe Paper. Company
mill here and was well known thru-
out the area.
Funeral services for Rush Chism
were held Tuesday afternoon at
4:00 p.m. from -the First Baptist
Church with the pastor, Rev. C.
Byron Smith, officiating. Inter-


1 B 11U ..l. "- mrent was in Holly Hill Cemetery.
day from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Active pallbearers were John
'Children of the St. James' Epis- Blount, W. D. Jones, Welton Roche,
copal Church are to attend the Me- Clyde Brogdon, Burt Munn and Fen-
thodist school. non Talley. Honorary pallbearers
The pastor, Rev. E. O Bradley were 'Otis Pyle, Wayne Buttram,
offers an invitation to all youths Norman Allemore,, Curtis O'Brian,
not enrolled at some other school Clay Lewis, George Wimberly, Sr.,
to attend these classes, George Wimberly, Jr., George Tap-
per, Bill Whaley, John Robert
Mexico Beach Business. smith, s. B. Shuford, Harry Adams,
Men Becoming Active Harry Saunders, Sam Johnson, Cal-
S vn Floyd, Dr. Joe Hendrix, Dr.
The Meico Beach Business Assoc- Wayne Hendrix, Jack Hammock,
nation held a regular meeting Wed- 1. W. Duren, Lawrence Bissett, Paul
nesday morning at the Mexico Blount, Claude Gautreaux, Massey
Beach Drive-In. Those represented Ward, W. 0. Anderson, Marion
were Newcomb's Motel, Boucher Cfalg, Clyde White, J. 'Lamar Mil-
Apartments, Mexico Beach Drive-In, ler, Peck Boyer, Cecil Hewitt,
Gulf Cabana Motel, Mexico Beach Jpwel Hinote, Terry Hinote, Tom-
-Sundry Store, Mexico Beach Cor- my Mitchell, Chris 'Martin and
portion, 58 Motel, Catalina Restau- Frank Pate. "
rant and Thompson Rentals. Survivors include his wife, Lois,
The group discussed pollution of one daughter Delores and a son,
bay water and beaches. Also on Bill, all of Port St. Joe; two other
the agenda was a discussion o,. sons, Gene of Demopolis, Alabama
telephone service at the beach and and Ronnie of Mobile, Alabama, one
overcrowded lines. grandson, two brothers, Dave of
The next meeting of the Asso-la- Valdosta, Ga., and John of Tusca-
tion will be held Wednesday, June loosa, Ala.
12 at the Mexico Beach Drive-la.. IComforter Funeral Home was in
All members are urged to atlInd. charge of arrangement,.


Jackie
Mitchell


Edward
Smith


rosemary
Tomlinson


'anara
Bracewell


Platform guests for both Bacea-
laureate and Graduation services
will be Thomas A. Owens, Leroy
Bowdoin, B. B. Scisson, James
Greer, Mrs. Alma Jones, Kenneth
Whitfield, Rev. J. C. Odum, Rev.
.. .. Harry M. Punt, C0.. Boyer, R. D.
Lister, Otis Pyle and William Roo-

Music will be provided by the
High School band, Herman Dean,
Director.
Graduation exercises for the Port
Jimmy St. Joe High School Seniors will
Cox be held Monday, June 8 at 8:03
p.m. in the High School :Footb.l
stadium. The program will begin
with the High School band playing,
"Pomp and Circumstances" aad
the invocation by Bill Chism, class
president.
Honor graduates for the school
*.' are Beverly Baldwin, Tony Barbee,
Sandra Bracewell, Peggy Chafin,
AJimmy Cox, Judy Fensom, Patsy
Lewis, Phyllis Lewis, Tommy Mit-
chell, Patty Redd, Edward Smith,.
Judy Rosemary Tomlinson and Richard'
Fensom Zipperer.
Nine of the honor graduates will
-give short address at the exerclses.
They arb :
Introduction, Tony .Barbee
"The Intellectual Challenge*, Peg-

"The Social Challenge", Phyllis
Lewis.
"The Economic Challenge", Pat-
ty Redd.'
"The Physical Challenge", Tom-
my Mitchell.
Peggy "The Religious Challenge", Judy
Chafin Fensom.
"The National Challenge", Rich-
ard Zipperer, .. .
"The Tnternational 1Challenge",
Ed Smith.
'Conclusion, Beverly Baldwin.
Trophies will be awarded out-
standing students as follows: Rot-
ary Trophy presented by Wayne
Ashley; American Legion Trophlea
presented by Rev. Allen Price and
Mrs. Madaleine E. -Whitaker.
Leroy Bowdoin, principal of the
Bev rly Port St. Joe High School will pre-.
Beverly sent the student awards and intro-
Baldwin uce the Seni0r Class.
Diplomas will be awarded by Su
perintendent of Public Instruction,
Thomas A. Owens.
Edward Smith, vice-president of
the Senior class will present the
benediction.
'Members of the Senior class are:
Bill Chism, Edward Smith, Judy
Fensom, Sandra Smith, Beverly
Baldwin, Tony Barbee, Sandra'
'Bracewell, Peggy ChAfin, Jimmy
Cox, Patsy Lewis, Phyllis 'Lewis,
Patty Tommy Mitchell, Patty Redd, Rose-
Redd mary Tomlinson, Richard Zipperer.
Margaret Lols Blount, Elizabeth
Ann Brown,. Glyna Boyles, Loretta
Burkette, Leonard Costin, Billy
Cumbie, Mildred Daniel, Benny
Gay, Alex Gaillard, Willa Dean
Glass, Fred Griffin, Robert Hutch-
SIns, James Knight, Steve Lucas,
June Marlin, Myrtle Miller, Victor
McAllister, John Presnell, Weems
Robbins, Lewis Rogers, Kenneth
Settlemire, Jackie Sheffield, Linda
Smith, Vivian Stephens, Kate Till-
T man, Wilma Nell Thurabay, Gene
Tony Wood, Ronny Young.
Barbee :Class sponsors are Mrs. Wayne
S. Biggs and Miss Miriam Dismuke.

City Will Sell Old
FR1 Police Car At Auction


Lewis


The City of Port St. Joe will sell
its old police car at public auction
Saturday afternoon.
The auction will be held on Reid
Avenue in front of the police sta-
tion at 4:00 p.m.
The buyer must be prepared to
pay cash for his bid.


NUMBER 36


St. Joe High School Will



Graduate 43 Monday Nite


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nial"?
That question, asked a thousand
times these past two weeks, is be-
ginning to receive answers ..
highly favorable ones from all
over Florida and .beyond. For the
Quadricentennial Florida's 400th
Birthday celebration has raised
the curtain on an expedition of sur-
prising size -and spectacular qual-
ity. Every visitor, including Gov.
Collins and a host of European dip-
lomatic dignataries ,have given the
Quadri high marks, both as a spec-
tacle and as a Historical Fair of
broad interest.
MBlt-what is it?
The Quadri, constructed this year
alongside the Gulf on Pensacola
Beach, represents an Investment
of approximately $1 million, in-
cludes three major areas.
First is the Historical Pavillion,
five long buildings filled with more
than 7,000 individual figures, dio-


their place alongside industrial
giants such as the Chemstrand Cor-
poration, the paper industry, Amer-
ican Cyanamid, the Citrus Commis-
sion and two score others. Geared
with flashing light and synchro-
nized sound, the modern Florida
buildings .afford even the state's
natives with a "new look".
But-the best part of all comes
in-a setting of its own. In a second
site, beside the quiet waters of
Pensacola Sound, is the Quadri vil-
lage-23 buildings reproducing the
city built there by Spanish gdver-
nor Don Juan Pedro Matamores in
January, 1723.
The village, the so-called third
city (early efforts by Don Tristan
de Luna and Admiral Arriola were
destroyed by the- elements and
French invaders) was built on San-
ta Rosa Island to provide a water
barrier against British invaders.
The village, a trading venture and


ramas, maps, charts, antiques, wea- defense point, was sketched by a
pons and artifacts, -brought from visitor in 1763. This sketch, en-
Spain, France, Great Britain and lar'ged by the Quadri .Commission,
Mexico plus the principal colltetions Was the basis for plans prepared .
in the United States. Artfully as- by Florida architects; approximate-
sembled, they tell the graphic story ly three-fourths of the original city
of Florida under Five Flags, from has been reproduced.
the days of the early Spanish ex- Complete with an antique furnish-
plorers (de Lean, de Sotb, De Luna) ed Governor's Palace and Comn-. Spe ker
to the battles and thrills of the mandant's Quarters, -and an a P.-T. A. Speaker .
War between the States. Wthentically designed and regaled
One superb example includes the church and a' faithfully restored Pictured above are outgoing pres- the last, meeting of the PTA con-
-material the Spanish government fort with 16 cannon, the village is ident R. H. Ellzey (left)' of the cerning proposed school legisla
has placed on loan to Florida nearly manned by costumed guides plus Port St. Joe Elementary School tion. Representative Mann filled in
$250,000 worth of priceless an- eight (woodcarver, leather worker, PTA and Representative Robert for Senator Verle Pope of St. Au-
tiquities-guns, maps, armor; navi- rug maker, weaver, sculptor, pot- M Hllsborough County. gustine, who was scheduled to ap-
gational. tools-all, items out of ter, etc.) practice arts as they were pear at the meeting but was forced
Florid.a's past, dating back over known in Florida 200 years ago. Representative Mann spoke .atIto cancel due to illness.
400 years. Highlighted by such arti- And they're good!
cles as the original sword of Menen- Noted one Florida educator:
dez de Aviles, founder of St. Angus- "There is more of. value to be High SChol PTA Installs New
tine, and early muskets, some as seen in a few hours at the Quadri gh Scoo PT Is
much as eight feet long, these ob- than in any group of attractions I Officers TlUrSday At Last Meeting
jects provide the backdrop to the have ever attended. It's a wontler-
story of Florida. ful production". '
Life sized wax figures of-44 of Noted M.arion T. Gaines, Editor New officers for the coming year -
the state's leading historical char- for the High School PTA were in-
acters .are blended in 19 theatrical the Pensacola News-Journal; in stalled at the last meeting of the .
May 15 editorial: "Pensacola andy
sets, while 15 models and dioramas all Florida may well be proud of year for that organization last
help portray significant battles and t ellent historical a o Thrsday nigh t.
action scenes. Scores of antiques ernQuadricentennial exhibits Installed officers were Silas R.
erQuadricentennial exhibits which; Mrs. Joe Ste-
and artifacts add character to the occpyeight buildings officially o resident Mrs. Joe Ste
sets, while maps, documes, pic- o M b C ePts, first vice-president; L. W.
tures and stories, all carefully au- Thopend Quadri by the story of Porter, second vice-president; IMIrs. -
thenticated, give a chronological p a d, ent ws be Sue Spaulding, recording secretary: Mr. and Mrs. Otis Jeffcoat an-
precision to the ypavillion. A 360 Florida, pst ad present, will be Mrs. W. E. Whaley, corresponding nounce the birth of a son Kenneth
foot mural spans the entire pavil- open until mid-September. Its facili- secretary; Howard Blick, treasur- on May 26.
ties- are, open daily from 1:00 to
lion. 9:00 p.m., Saturday from 10:00 toer; Miss Netta Niblack, historiaa Mr. and Mrs. William R. Branc'i
Across the Quadri's seaside quad- 10:00 p.m., Sunday from 10:00 a.m. nd T Coldewey, arliaentar- are the prod parents of a aby
rangle is the exposilton's second to 6:00 p.m. There is ample park- Ian. boy Thomas Eil., born May 28-
phase-the modern Florida build- ing space and free shuttle bus. ser- The new officers were installed Mr. and Mrs. John C. Molter an-
ings.'Contrasting .sharply with the vice between exhibit points. Excel- by Mrs. Ed Rasey. After their- in- nounce the birth of twin sons, John
story of- 400 years ago are brilliant lent restaurant facilities adjoin stallation,. Mrs. Ralph Swatts pro- C., IHI and Alan J. on May 30.
lines of smartly, designed, strictly the grounds. sented each new officer with a
20th Century exhibits telling the .. boutonniere. All births occurred at the Mu-
story of the State's industry, tour- 'Kenneth Hurlbut is spending the -Immediately following .the instal- -
ism, commerce and agriculture summer ~with his parents, Mr. and lation of the officers, Leroy Bow-
giving to visitors a sharp contrast Mrs. M. K. Hurlbut, after complet- doin, principal of the Port. St. Joe
to the story of the past. Many of .ing his first year at the University High School presented the objec-
Florida's communities' have taken of Alabama. tives of the PTA to the group. He
._ expressed a desire that the PTA
.*' I ~would become an active organiza-
S0I0 u K.- tion and deplored the apathy that
O the members show after the first
<0 t ,few meetings of the, year.
S"Newly installed president, Silas
.R. Stone told the group that it was
the intention of the new slate of FR
S i B .:, officers to make .the work, of the DIG
.:,..,. Association interesting throughout C
the year and that they would strive avi
toward making the group an ef-
fective organization.
7 s-RITY tT I T' l IMrs. Burt Hampton, the outgoing
P4I IM COS president made the High School FRE
PTA's annual valuable *teacher MUFFLER
award to James Trawick, who re- ...dangerous. W
celved the award for the second check ursanif
consecutive year.
The program for the 'meeting
was .provided by the Port St. Joe
Elementary School glee club.
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S* Huose director. NEWS FROM honored on her fifth birthday with THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. TH
Pres ent Re-Caps Years Activities Our hospitality committee serv- a party recently. Games and re-
ePresident Rerefresments four times during AK ROVEfreshments were enjoyed by 18

High School Parent-Teachers Association the year to the associan and to Harrison young friends of Dee Dee's. T H S T
the study group participants. By Nita Jolly and Vi Harrison
A study of the manual was held PHONE 7-7013 Monthly Business Meeting
Two executive board meetings Total membership for the year was at the STAC House with ten mem- f any of you Oak Grove folks First Baptist WMU Holds ubllh Evry Thursday At 06 William Avn
were -held prior .to the opening of 139. bers participating. fa y o u company been out of By The Star PublisAt 306 W thing CoAv
school to appoint chairmen for the As many lay members as possi- The programs were designed to have had company, been out of The WMU of the First Bapti By The Star PublishinC
needed committees, establish a ble were asked to give the devo- show the needs for our youth and town, been in the hospital, etc., Church met Monday afternoon at WESLEY R. RAMSEY
budget and compile yearbooks to tionals through the year. parents in recreational and health don'tbe bashful, tell oureporters. church or their royal rri Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, olu
distribute to all members. The AssociAtion continued the facilities in the community and for Friends of little Char she is now program and monthly business a MONTHS Boo1.50
Programs -for the year were plan- sponsorship of the local youth cen- the improvement and expansion of home and doing aine t after spending meeting. SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABL
-ned in advance. ter, the STAC House. facilities in the school, both in e The meeting opened with the Itered a. second-clas matter, December 19, 1987, a
Through the cooperation of var- Two spaghetti suppers were giv- physical and curricula needs. five weeks in the Bay Memoria group singing, "0 Zion Haste" fol- Florida, under Act of March 8
ious committees membership was en by the Association ot raise funds ,In order to further good public a il- lowed with devotional by Mrs.C.DIAL BAll 7-316
sufficiently increased to place the necessaryr yfor the budget -and par- relations the Association entered h Byron Smith. TO AbVERTISERS--n case of error or omissions in
.Association on the state honor roll. tially pay the salary of the STAC a float in the Christmas parade. dren of Winter Haven were the The program, "Baptist Workers. do not hold themselves liable for damage further t
advertisement.
Telephone campaigns were made week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. in Thialand", was presented by The spoken word is given scant attention; the I
to notify parents some of the Hansel Norris. Mrs. Pal is the le Three followed wi prayer weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the prints
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend films being shown locally were niece of Mrs.Norris. daughter by Mrs. E. C. Cason. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
strictly recommended as adult en- Mrs. Gene Harper and daughter During the business meeting M!s.
tertainment only. Dee Dee are spending theweek in -C. E. Martin, WMU president pre- CARD OF THANKS offerings
S A t A telegram of .protest to the Waycross, Ga., visiting friends and sided and good reports wer, given Our family joins us in expressing reavemen
Spooking agent of the local theatre relatives. Mrs. Harper will also at- by the committee chairmen. our sincere thanks to the people of Imother.

REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor 'secured a change in the billing of tend a gospel sing in which her Christian observance of the sab this -area for their many kind] MI
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m. objectionable films with a letter sister, Miss Carol Wise will parti- bath was stressed, thoughts and the beautiful floral! MI
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m. from the booking agent saying he v.and Mrs. E. L. Gilliland ar
would screen future films for lo-e
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.cal showing and .try to improve the moving to Valdosta, Ga. Rev. Gilli-
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m. quality of films shown here. land will resume duties as a pastor
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m. The Association sent a -telegram th e. Nelson Gardnrer, Mrs. Buford
to the State Reprseentative urging Mrs. Nelson Gardner, Mrs. Buford
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street support for school funds and re- Griffin and their daughters spent
ceived reply he intended support- the week .end in 'Fort Walton and
ing all matching funds legislation. Bagdad visiting friends .and rela-
VISITORS ALWAYS W ELCOME All past presidents were honored tives. and Mrs. C. R. Pippin and
on Founder's o15ay 'and a free-will Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pippin and.
offering sent to -the state office for boys spent the week end in Grace-
the furtherance of PTA work. ville visiting Mr. Pippin's brother,
The Association adopted rules Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Pippin.
WE governing the duties of the STAC Mrs. R. S. Proy of Beaumont,
ARE YOUR House chairman and .the STAC Texas is spending this week with
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A ,presiding president's button
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Funds were provided to send two
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were left a cash balance of $25.00.
ST. JAMES CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
G. D. Underhill, Priest-in-charge
The 'Second Sunday after Trinity,
June 7. 7:30 a.m., Celebration of
the Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a.m.,
Church School. 11:00 -am., Celebra-
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sermon. (The Family Service).
7:00 .m. (OST) The Celebration
of the Holy Eucharist and sermon
at St. John's, Wewahitchka.
The public is cordially invited tc
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jones of Mi-
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visiting her sister and family, Mr.
and :Mrs. W. B. Ferrell.

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Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Bell visit-
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Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wald-on of Cai-
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,Mr. and Mrs. Ollis Kay of Tampa
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Walton were week end guests of
their mother, Mrs. T. E. Kay and
Their sister, Mrs. Buddy Walker.
Don Gardner was among the
many friends helping the Ed
Wynn's enjoy open house of their
new swimming pool.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hidalgo of
Fort Benning, Ga., are spending
f two weeks with Mrs. Hidalgo's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wil-
der. The Hidalgos will leave from
here for Hawaii.
Mrs. J. H. Aultman spent last
" week in Blountstown visiting her
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r Mr. and Mrs. H. 'L. Pyritz of
. Pensacola visited with Mrs. Ppritz'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shealy
over the week end.
Mr. and .Mrs. Wayne Smith of
Jay were the week end guests of
her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Buddy
Walker. They also visited with her
grandmother, Mrs. T. E. Kay.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniels of Jackson-
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and Mrs. George White.
Mrs. Toby Worley and Mrs. Ed-
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Mr. 'and Mrs. Jimmy Burns had
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WHITE SANDS, New Mexico- But getting back to the story-
If this column arrives too late for when I wandered back to the cold
publication to keep up my sequence drink box there was an old codger
it is due to the fact that I have sitting next to it with an old smooth
-had a serious attack of ergophobia bore rifle leaning against the wall
from which I am slowly recovering near him.
(ask Ye Ed for definition, if you "Son," he said, "you don't want
do not know). (a blunt three syl. to drink that belly-wash. Here,
able definition of ergophobia is have -a drink of this", and he picked
laziness-'Ed). up a jug next to his chair.
Had a rather startling experience "No, thanks," I replied, "I'll just
here in the backwoods of New get me a cola."
Mexico. We stopped at a small "You refuse to drink with me?"


crossroads store for a bottle of pop,
the day being quite hot, although
when we started off in the morning
we had to turn on the car heater
and Myrtice was decked out in a
sweater, it being a bit on the chilly
side.


he inquired softly, at the same time
reaching for his rifle and training
it on me.
"Not at all," I said shakily, and
reached for the jug. That, gentle
reader, was the worst liquor I ever
tasted in my life, and I -sputtered


and gagged ahd thought min time
had come. "That stuff isn't fitten
for a hog," I managed to get out
of my fiery throat.
"I know," said the old man, com-
placently, "now give me the jug
and you hold the rifle on me while
I take a swig."
Going on from there I somehow
managed to hold the car on the
road until we reached this 140,000-
acre gypsum "sandbox" which I
consider one of the most unique of
our national parks-and I have
seen most of them.
Checking in at the ranger sta-
tion and getting our permit, we
headed for the dunes I can
hardly put into'words what we saw.
Shimmering dunes, made up of
pure gypsum, looking like a snow-
fall in the desert, surrounded us.
We drove into the heart of the
dunes, stopped the car and got out
to stroll about and climb a 50-foot


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dune to take patiofamic movies. We
were fascinated by the desert
-plants and flowers that somehow
managed to keep their heads above
the ever-shifting sugary tide, and
here and there we found grotesque
pillars of gypsum held together by
the root systems of yucca, sumac,
pennyroyal' and, at times even a
cottonwood t'ee.
Water lies but a foot or two be-
neath the surface, and while it is
undrinkable, the plants get their
sustenance from it. Unlike sand,
gypsum dissolves in water (you
may know it as plaster of paris)
and it has a definite flavor-minre-
al and unpleasant.
The gypsum is washed down
from the mountains near the basin
in which the dunes are located and
into a marsh. Here the water evap-
orates and leaves selenite crystals
which are broken down and picked
up by the wind. Eventually they
form drifts and join the accumula-
tion of centuries for the present-
day edification of tourists like our-
selves. We secured all this infor-
mation from a museum and display
at the visitors' center Nearby
is a straight line of mesquite trees
which, we were informed, marks
the route of pioneer wagons, the
mesquite springing up from seed
contained in the droppings of oxen.
The mesquite is not indigenous to
this area.
Nearby is the city of Alamagordo,
proudly named by its residents,
"The Rocket City," since it is iden-
tified with the burgeoning science
of rocketry, and it was near here
that the first atomic bomb was
released.
We could go on and on about this
national monument, but space in
The Star does not permit-and be-
sides I feel another attack of er-
gophobia in the offing.

LEGAL ADVERTISING
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
Francis Michael Hall,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Francis Michael Hall, deceased,
are hereby notified and required to
file any claims or demands which
they may have against said estate
in the office of the County Judge
of Gulf County, Florida, in the
courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor-
ida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publica-
tion of this notice. Each claim or-
demand must be in writing and
must state the place of residence
and post-office address of the clai-
mant and must be sworn to by the
claimant, his agent, or his attor-
ney, or it will become void accord-
ing to law.
May 21, 1959.
/s/ LULA R. HALL


STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: ARTHUR JAMES FISHER,
whose residence and address is
unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED


FOR EXPERT

Electrical Repairs

and

Contracting

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DIAL BAII 7-4331


Administratrix of the ES- THE STAR, Port 4t, JA.FWi0-
tate of Francis Michael
Hall,, deceased. 4t-5-21
That a petition has been filed in
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the above styled court by Claude
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI- Thomas Tate and Ellen Louise
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, Tate, his wife, for the adoption o:
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY, Larry Lee Fisher, a minor, and yoi
'IN CHANCERY. are required to serve a copy o
IN RE: Petition of your answer or objections to show
CLAUDE THOMAS TATE AND cause why said petition shall no
HIS WIFE, be granted on Benjamin H. Dick
ELLEN LOUISE TATE ens, 303 Fourth Street, Port St
To Adopt Joe, Florida, attorney for petition
LARRY LEE FISHER, a minor. ers, Claude Thomas Tate and hi
NOTICE wife, Ellen Louise Tate, and fil
IN THE NAME OF THE the original in the office of th


Clerk of Circuit Court, Gulf County,
Wewahitchka, Florida, on or be-
fore'June 30, 1959.


THUMbDAY, JUNE 4, 1965


HEREIN FAIL NOT or a decree
pro confess will be entered against
you for the relief sought.
WITNESS MY HAND And the
seal of said court in Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 26th day
of May, A. D., 1959.
GEORGE Y. CORE 4t
Clerk of Said Court 5-28
(.SEAL)
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
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distributor and ask him for your entry
blank-or use the coupon below. g
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.
. The Contest is subject to all Federal,
state and local laws and is open to any
adult resident of the continental United
States except those employed by, or
who are members of the families of
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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 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
WX/aenas distributor.


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Wonder why we have a contest like this? To hot water per m onthe et e
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Warrengas beats electricity in providing plenty per month. But the total gallons
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It's a dramatic way of saying that if you aren't these total s, depending onoperatee
using Warrengas for water heating, you're Your Warreng distributor has
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below, By calculating how much
liquid form, so that we can deliver Warrengas each will deliver, you can estimate
to you 'easily and economically. Here's what fromaany or-e gains you can get
calculation may win the contest
it will give you: and bring you the prize.
United States Testing Company
HOME HEATIN6-clean, automatic heating with Inc. will test two new water heompany,ater
Warrengas for only pennies a day. -one LP-Gas, one electric, These
will be average home-size Water
COOKING-the modern way, with fast, clean, auto- heater picked at random from
stock, test measure how
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washing temperature) each will
TRACTOR FUEL-clean-burning Warrengas cuts deliver over a 30-da period operat-
maintenance costs up to 50%.,. costs less too. ng certifiu'la t hos a day.
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PTA Officers


Pictured above are part of the
new Port St. Joe Elementary PTA
officers elected last Thursday night
at the last meeting of the year for
the organization.
Those new officers present at the
meeting, pictured above, are, left
to right, Wesley R. Ramsey, first
vice-president; W. L. Winters, pres-
ident.; B. B. Scisson, parliamentar-
ian; Ralph Macomber, second vice-
president and Mrs. Jack Hammock,
treasurer. New officers not present
were Mrs. Myron Kiebler, secre-
tary and Leo Shealey, historian.
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garage apartment. Couple pre-
ferred. 410-A 6th St. Phone 7-5916.
FOR RENT: 2 2-bedrooin apart-
ments. Unfurnished. 228 7th St.
Call 7-7T61. tfc-6-4
FOR RENT: Store building and fix-
tures. Highway.98, Second .St. at
Highland. View. Very reasonable
rent. See Clinton Cox at Highland
View. 4tc-6-4
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment. Close in. $45.00 per
meo. Water furnished. Inquire at
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FOR LEASE: Gulf service station.
Apply St. Joe Motor Co., V. R.
Anderson. tfc-6-4
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
cottages. $45 per month. Ander-
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FOR RENT: Nice masonry house
on Long Avenue at 15th St. Newly
decorated. See J. A. Mire. or phone
9-1301.
F FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom hous-
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unfurnished, at St. Joe Beach. See
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$50.00 per month each. tfc-4-16
FOR RENT: 2 bdercom unfurnish-
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Ave. Call Gene Halley; phone 3-2625
or 2-0550, Tallahassee. tfc-5-14
FOR RENT: 4 furnished apart-
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painted. $10.00 per week. 228 8th
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AVAILABLE Very nice 3
bedroom unfurnished house on
St. Joe Beach. See J. D. Clark.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house on Woodward Ave. Call
7-8141 or 7-5341. Frank LeHardy.
FOR RENT: 6 room house and
bath $35.00. Convenient to store,
school and post office. Phone BAll
7-3983. Highland View. 2tc
FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed-
room house with carport. Call
BAIl 7-3956 after 6 p.m.

FOR SALE

FOR SALE: Three bedroom hose,
block construction on 70 foot cor-
ner lot. Columbus. and Anericus
Ave., St. Joe Beach. $2,000.00 down.
Ralph Nance, Phlon 9-117'6. 3tp
FOR SALE: Red worms. 60c per
hundred. First Street and Long
Ave. 4tp-4-16
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom house. 1309
L6ng 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
SPECIAL: 9X12 ,pieces of viscos
carpet. Only $49.50 each. MO-
DERN FURNITURE CO.
GAL. THERMOS JUGS. Regularly
priced at $3.95. Only $1.95 while
they last. MODERN FURNITURE
CO.
,ENJOY home made ice cream this
summer. Get your freezer at MO-
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ODDS AND ENDS: Tables--cock-
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FOR SALE: Two bedroom house weeks in June. Ave. Excellent location.
on McClellan Ave. $450. do 11n FOR SALE: 2 cottages at Beacon
plus closing, cost and payments of FRANK HANNON Hill. Adjacent to highway.
about $55.00 per month. Registered Real Estate BroKer PRIDGEON AGENCY
FOR SALE: A very nice two bed- Phone 7-3491 411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741
room house about one year old.
Cin cs1 for $650. down plus clo- SA WANTD: Cook and waitress at
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FOR SALE: Two furnished apart- 3. Some lots left at Cape San Blas Beach. tfc-541
ments, one large three bedroom Shores Subdivision on St. Joe
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PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
TO -WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN_
that the City Commission of the
City-of Port St. Joe will, meet.at
8:00 o'clock P.M., on the 1,6th day
of June, 1959, to hear objections,
written or oral, of all interested per-
sons to'the confirmation of the Re-
solution providing for the installa-
tion of a sanitary sewer collection
system in the area of the City bouf-
ded as follows:
Lots 4-to 12 inclusively, in Block
46 and Lots 1, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31,
and 32 in Block 87; all in the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida according
to the official plat thereof on file
in the office of the Clerk of Circuit
Court of Gulf County, Florida.
and the assessment of the cost
against the abutting property.
Plans, specifications and estimates
of cost are on file in the office of
the City Clerk and are open to the
inspection of the public.
,CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By R. W. HENDERSON,
City Clerk 2t
NOTICE
The City of Fort' St. Joe, Florida
will receive sealed bids until 5:00
p.m., June 18, 1959, to 'be opened
and the total of each bid shall be
publicly announced, at the office of
the City Auditor and Clerk, City
Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida, for the
stabilization, grading and paving
o' approximately 1.56 miles of
streets in the city. Plans, specifi-
cations, bid forms, ec., may be
obtained from Florida Engineering
Associates,. Inc., 323 Reid Avenue
for the sum of $25.00.
,Qualified contractors are request-
ed to submit proposals.
FLA. ENGINEERING ASSOC., INC.
By: MAX W. KILBOURN
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2-Pc. Living Room Suite $89.95-
Reg. $149,95-Sofa 'Bed, Sleeps 2, Large Club Chair, Metallic.
Tweed Cover, Toast.


2-Pc. Living Room Suite ;
Reg. $169.95-Love Seat Size Sofa and Chair,
Turquoise Cover.


$129.95
Foam Cushions,


2-Pc. Kroehler Suite -- $199.95
Reg. $289.95-Green nylon cover, Foam cushions.

2-Pc. Living Room Suite $179.95
Reg. $219.95-Nylon cover, Zippered foam cushions.

5-Pc. Sectional Suite $199.95
Reg. $269.95-Foam cushions, modern style

LOVE SEAT --------- $69.95
Reg. $99.95-Early American. Print cover, foam cushions. Brown

3-Cushion Sofa -- ---$99.95
Reg. $139.95-Early American. -Foam cushions. Print cover.
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3 Kroehler Club Chairs -- $49.95


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Reg. $289.95-Walnut. Dresser with mirror, chest and bar bed

4-Pc. Bedroom Suite --$249.95
Reg. $309.95-Cheritone Maple. Double Dresser, Mirror,
Chest and Bar Bed.

French Provencial Suite -- $279.95f
Reg, $329.95-Large double dresser, mirror, chest and
Double Bed. -

4-Pc. Bedroom Suite .. $99.95
Reg. $119.95-Blonde. Inc. dresser, mirror, chest and bar bed.

2 Poster Beds -------$19.95
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2 Innerspring Mattresses -- $39.95
Reg. $69.95-Simmons Sleep puard Single Size.
BOX SPRINGS TO MATCH

Box Spring & Mattress $49.95
Reg. $59.95-Double size


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15 Assorted Bed Spreads


12 Pair
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ea. $1.40


Reg. $39.95 I '
3 BAR BEDS -- -- $29.95


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SPECIALS
Only 15, 20-Ft. Sections
Garden Hose 99c
NOZZLE FREE
Reg. $29.95-Four Barbecue
Grill Sets ____ $17.85
Include 5-ft. table, adjustable 24"
grill on wheels, plastic dish set.
Gas Cans $1.29
3-Gal., Flex Pour Spout
Reg. $2.98-Only Six
Ironing-Board Pads 88c
LIMIT 2 TO A CUSTOMER
TV Snack Tables
97c
Reg. $1.50
S4.to aCustomer,
Reg. $1.95
Sofa Pillows .. 97c
Reg. $29.95 Telephone
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$19.95
,Plastic cover with light
Reg. $20.95
4-Pc. Ironing Set
$16.95
Includes automatic electric Iron,
metal ironing board and pad.
25, 9 X 12
Linoleum Rugs
$4.95
Reg. $2.S
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Reg. $179.95
8-Pc. Suite --- $99.95
Modeftn 8-plece Hackberry
Includes table, 6 chairs, and buffet
Reg. $119.00-Mahogany ,
Drop Leaf Table $69.95
Reg. $229.95
Maple Buffet $169.95
Maple, with 'Hutch Top

ODDS and ENDS
Reg. $89.95
"Lane Cedar Chest

$69.95
Reg. $179.95-Westinghouse 17"
Television Set
$109.95
Reg. $59.95
BASE ROCKER

$39.,95
Used.
2 Vacuum Cleaners

$9.95
Reg. price $459.00
Slightly used Westinghouse
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$239.95


- DINING ROOM FURNITURE -

7-Pc. Dinette Suite --- $69.95
Used-Orig. $109.95-Plastic top table and 6 plastic chairs,


8-Pc. Dining Room Suite $279.95
Reg. $329.95-Mahogany. Includes table, 0 chairs and chlna,


Buffet and Hutch --- ---$59.95
Reg. $99.00-Pine.


5-Pc. Chrome Dinette $39.95
Reg. $59.95


7-Pc. Dinettes ---- $79.95
Reg. $99.95-Chrome or Bronze.


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3-Pc. Sectional Suite
Lsed-Orig. $119.95-Clean and in good condition


$49.95


2-Pc. Living Room Suite .. $79.95
Used-Orig. $199,95--Green nylon gopw, fognr rubber cushions

4-Pc. Bedroom Suite --. $69,95
Used-Knotty pine, good condition, framed mirror.

Automatic Washer ---. $34.95
Used-Deluxe all porcelain Frigidaire

Westinghouse Refrigerator $239.95
Used-Orig. $479.95-13 Cu. Ft.-3 Yr. Guarantee

Maple Baby Bed -----$19.95
Used--With mattress, Good condition.


Used-Orig. $2.95,-.-Like
Deep Fat Fryer


new-Weatinghouse


$14.95


Used-Like New
Gas Apartment Range -.- $69.95


4-Pc. Second Hand-Loose cushions
Ash Craft Sectional
20" Used-Like new
2 Window Fans


$19.95


$29.95


Floor Sample-Reg. $29.95
3-Pc. Wood Patio Set ----$14.95
Double and Single
12 Pr. Metal Springs .. $4.95

Used w w- j
8 Innerspring Mattresses -- $9.95
Used-Reg. $99.50-Soiled but good construction
Box Springs & Mattress ... $29.95-

Rge. $189.95
36" Electric Range ---- $139.95


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Schuchart Tells Rotary
Of Phone Co. Growth
P, M. (SI) Schxohart, manager
of operations of the St. 'Joseph
Teteiehone and Telegraph Company
gave the Port 9t. Joe Rotary Ch1b
a few Interesting facts coheertini
the future of his dompaniy at thii
club's Thursday meeting.
He said that the scenery in Port'
St. Joe would be changed in the
very near future by the installation
of microwave towers for the trans
mission, of long distance calls. The
microwave towers will also play an
important part in some government
work that the local phone company
is getting into.
As an example of the growth o
the company, he said that las
Monday, the local .exchange handled
1,123 long distance calls compared
-with slightly over 800 a year agi
on the same day. He said the aver
age daily toll traffic is from 94'
to 1,000 calls.
The St. Joseph company had
growth last year of 27% compared
with 12% .in the state. The local
concern had the third highest
growth'rate in the State for lnd<
pendent companies.
S-huchart said that the company
has on order an exchange for Mea
ico Beach. "This exchange will r
lieve the crowded conditions o
present lines and reduce the beach
rates to the same -as those in th
city." He said there will be no to
charge between Port St. Joe an
the Mexico Beach exchange.

LLB Week's Results
All totals are through Tuesday
games.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
,May-,7, Boxers 16, Gators 0.
May 28, HardStars defeated D
zers. No score available.
May 29, jockeys 2, Boxers 0.
q7une 1, Sockeys 8, Gators 5.
June 2, Boxers defeated Hard
Stars. No. score available.
League Standings -7.-
eam W L Pc
SOickeys :- 2 -.77
Boxers 5 3 .62
HardStars 4 4 .5(
Dozers 3 5 ..37f
Gators 2 7 .22
NATIONAL LEAGUE
May 27, Sharks 7, Rotary 5.
May 28, Krafties 8, IGA 1.
May 29, Ford-Pontiac 17, Rotary
June 1, Ford-Pontiac 9, Sharks
June 2, Krafties defeated Rotar:
,No score available.
League Standings
Team W L Pc
Ford-Pontiac 8 1 .88
IGA ... 6 2 .7E
Kraftles 5 3 .60
Sharks 2. 7 .221
Rotary 0 8 .00(
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Move In Offing To Kill
Early Dove Season


The Aaplaehicola QChambgr of
Commerce is organizing resistance
to a proposed move by s1e Game
and Fresh Water Fish Commn!sst4a
to .eliminat.eAhe early, doroe season
in Northwest-'Florida. :
Such a move would meau that
nor.doves could be hunted in West
Florida since the flights have, long
since passed by the opening of the
late season. ,
All persons interested In protest-
ing this closing are urged to con-
tact the Apalachicola Chamber of
Commerce office. It will be neces-
sary to have a delegation present
at the Tallahassee 'meeting on
June 1,6 and possibly at the Marian-
na meeting on June 22. A petition
will be presented at these meetings
asking that the early season be re-
tained.

Lions, Gulf, Leading.
In Babe Ruth League
By STEVE WHEALTON
'Last [Saturday, the Tomlinton
Gulf team defeated the Lions team
on a brilliant one-hitter by George
Boyer. He walked five and gave up
two runs in the first inning. The
loser, Jimmy Wilder, whose cause
was plagued by errors, was tagged
for three hits and five runs.
In the nightcap the Landcos won
their first game of 'the season in
the last half of the last inning on
a steal home by Gene Tindell.
The Landco pitcher, Jim Good-
man, pitched a brilliant one hitter


while walking
TEAM
TEAM
Lions
Gulf
Landcos
Moose


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STANDINGS
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2 1 .667
I 2 .33
1 2 .333
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ANNOUNCEMENT
The WM members of the First
Baptist Church are cordially invited
to the beach home of Mrs. W. S.
Quarles, Sr., Monday, June 8 for
their circle meetings. Mrs. Quarles
will serve lunch.
The Vacation Bible School work-
era are reminded to come out af-
ter the school dismisses.
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-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



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


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"



James' Gems..
by JAMES STAFFORD


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City Restaurant
At the Bus Station


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