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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: September 3, 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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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak witTfit
once in awhile-Trade with
your home town merchants
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Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley""Port St. Joe-The Outlet Pot for the
,ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY ,SEPTEMBER ', 1959


rTWENTY4ECOND YEAR


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NUMBER 49


ETAOIN SIHRDLU
by Wkf.EY R. RAMSEY

Well, George and Amy Tappe
are off to the never, never land o
Russia. In a picture of them board
ing a plane in Panama City, we
see where Athe duo carried their
coats. Could -they be expecting ;
chilly reception or just chilly wea
other?
George and Amy are traveling ti
Russia in company with a group
"of news *representatives being sent
by various newspapers throughoutu
the country. Just for the record
The Star is not paying the Tapper'e
way to and from Russia. We failed
to include such an item in our bud
get for the year, failing to foresee
the trend -toward exploring the un
known.
Somebody said that George has
a real ulterior motive for going tco
Russia, however. This- informant
who is. usually very unreliable said
that George is not gambling on the
"cold war" becoming "hot". In or
der to prepare for the unexpected
(for which George is famous in
these parts) he has gone to make
a private truce with Krushehev.
Ward Ridge will not release-its
armed forces on Russia if Russia
will 'promise (cross their heart)
not to send a missile, atom bomb
or empty vodka bottle over Ward
Ridge.
Also knowing George's method of
operations, should George get the
-agreement it will probably be iron
(curtain) clad.
Then somebody, else said he was
going to bid on paving a road from
Moscow to Siberia.
But, regardless, we hope George
and Amy !have a good time.

'Port St. Joe's emergency com-
munications exercise was somt-
-thing .to behold Monday -evenin4
The communication boys were
rely trying out emergency pow-
.applies on ham radio sets but
ift ne was tune in to their banter
over .the ether waves, you Would
be scared to death that a real dis-
aster had hit Port St. Joe. The only
thing that detracted from -the real
atmosphere was the rapidity of the
happening of events. Otherwise, the
exercise was very con incing-and
successful.

We have seen it all now. Some
crazy (but effective) ad headings
have come from the fertile mind
of Glenn Boyles, but his "Mistake
Sale" caps it off. The sale probably
won't tturn out to be' a mistake
though.

We saw in the ,papers yesterday
morning -that the national debt had
climbed .to over $290 billion. This
amounts to $1,124.00 for every man
woman and child in the nation. I
can't pay mine. Can you?
That's some amount of credti
is n't it? Some of Uncle Sam's cre.
editors must be like some. of Port
St. Joe's merchants. But the thing
is, how do 'they ever expect to get
their money back?


Lions Club Speaker

Is Vitro Man
The Port St. Joe Lion's Club held
its. regular meeting Tuesday at
noon. Members of the Lions Club
were very pleased -to have as their
special guest, Harry Huston and
Bob Johnson of the Vitro Corpora-
tion; Mr..Huston is connected with
the present operation of the Eglin-
Gulf test range site located at Cape
San Bias.
Mr. Jobtsson is public relations
manager and publishes the com-
pany newspaper,.
Their talk was limited to the
background of the company, differ-
ent branches of the Vitro operation
and their connection with the Eg-
lin-Gulf test range. This informa-
tion was both interesting and edu-
cational.
New members initiated were
Charles Ewing and Joe Wilkie. An-
other guest of the club was Harry
Tyson of the St. Joe Paper Co.
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Cancer Society To
Name New Officers
The annual meeting of the Gulf
County Unit of the American Can-
cer Society will be held Friday,
-September 11 .at 8:00 p.m. at the
SFlorida Power Lounge.
The purpose of the meeting is
the election officers for the year
1959-(G0.


Civil Defense Emergency




Communications Tested


The Gulf County Chapter of the American
Red Cross and the Gulf County Unit of Civil De-
fense readied themselves, for any disaster to Port,
St. Joe and Gulf County Monday afternoon whe
they ran a test of an elaborate communicati,-
system for a full hour. The test, was to try o.,
a system of operating an effective communications
system on strictly emergency power. Several port-
able power generators were furnished by the St.
Joseph Land and Development Company to oper-
ate several short wave radio sets throughout the
city. The purpose was to ascertain -the effective-
ness 'of the system operating with no domestic
power. at all.
The test hald added realism with simulated
.emergenciesrising during the exercise. Emer-
gency surgery was simulated with the ,communi-
cations network obtaining a- rare blood from Eg-
lin Air Force Base. The network radioed a ham
operator in Fort Walton Beach, Harry Morar, who
relayed the request .to Eglin Air Force Base. Eg-


Schools Full To Brim



With Record Load


Port St. Joe's schools opened
Monday with a record enrollment
of 1,428. This number includes
'the Highland View Elementary
.School.
The Port St. Joe High School
showed an. enrollment increase
of 43 students over last year.
According to Principal Leroy
Bowdoin the school is holding
home room classes in 'the school
library, hand room and auditor-
ium. Three hew class rooms are
currently inder construction at
the school which will ease this
situation.
The greate.tr incr eases in the
school are in. the seventh and-
eight grade classes.
Elementary School Decrease
Port St. Joe's Elementary'
School 'has .showed its first de-
crease in years, 'according to
the Principal .Hubert Richards.
Richards said the school enroll-


ment has been reduced front
650 last year to 590. This was
brought about by the new ruling
placing all Beach elementary
school pupils in the Highlanud
View Elementary School.
Richards says that for the first
lime in years good class room
balance is. in evidence at thEl lu-
cal Elementary School.
Highland View School
The Highland View Elemen-
tary School, as a result of the-
pupil switch has Jumped from.
an enrollment of 145 last year
to 245 thIa year, .,... ) ti their
Principal of that school, Hoover
Herring tn. -Hrr.lngton said theL'
school has hired three new tea-
chre toQ,take care of the load.
This~pchool is holding one class
in the -school auditorium.
All three Principals point out
that their plants are filled to
capacity. .


lin simulated a heliupLter right to Port St. Joe
with blood. All waIs realistic and ail worked per-
tectly..
Tue '-roup s-et up a .atioon iti 'the City Hall,
one In the City Water Plant and a cuimuiinia-
tions cuordinatiou point at the home of Durel
Brimrnan. all on emerrgency power. The City Hall
station wa. operated b,' Bob Jackson and was
in charge of tlih Red Cross, under the leadership
of Tom Clidewey, Rid Cross Disaster Chairman.
The radio :it the water 'plant was manned by Joe
Alligood, civil de-fense director. Harry Brewton
manned a s-i-t at the St. Joe Paper Company mill.
Three m.uibile uuits. in auroLmobiles toured tule city
operated by Bob Sidwell, Dick Damberaon and
Pope Fendley. Another out-of-town iarm, Bart Fay
of Panama City, also participated in the network.
Both Red Cro,:, Disaster Director Tomi Col-
dewey and Civil D'-fenso Director Joe Alligood
expreis-ed praise for tUi network and felt 'that
Port St. Joe will have ample co:,namunication. in
case of a hurricaie, or other disaster ii the area.


Gulf To Participate

In Cancer Survey
A[.prI [ inately I i6 Gulf CIouuty
faniilies, will be contacted this. fall
in a national surIvey o canc.r.
Mrs Herbert Brown, p.re-sident .of
the Anm-rican Cancer Society's
Gulf County unit. said the survey
1w% ill be the largest medical :tatisti-
'cal study ever attempted in this
country All phases of the survey'
will be Lo)i pletely i.onfidetitial.
The sur~- ,y wiill be conducted in
Gulf Couitiy front October 21 to
November 15.. Mr.. Brown states
that li volunteer local workers will
be needed for *the .'urvey.
More th.iu one million people ii,
20 states will be interviewed, in-
cluding 60,000 Florlians in 42 coun-
tie .
The study aims to test some
theories and suspicions 'about can-
cer. These include:
The possible relationship be-
tween some jobs and cancer; whe-
ther cancer strikes some families
more than others: whether some
diseases set a .person up. for can-
(Continued On Page 8)


4 d- : S:-31,-M
ATTEND CHURCH ORGANIZATION-Pictured above are some f the rpe"ope who atteud-d .t ,'rganiza-
tion meeting of the Pentecostal Holiness Church last Thursday at the STAC House. They are, left to
right: Mr. and Mrs. James Hastifigs .ofPanama City, building -contractor; Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Nedley,
City Cofmissioner; Mrs. R. H. Ellzey, Edward Woods, building committee chairman; R. H. Ellzey, City
Commissioner; Mrs. Edward Woods,. Dr,. Byon JoWns,. State Supt. of the Pentecostal Holiness Church
and Rev. and Mrs. Hubert White, pastor. (Star photo)


PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH ORGANIZED HERE


REV. HUBERT WHITE
.. Pastor

Home From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Adams and.
family have returned home after-
vacationing in the Smoky Moun-:
tains. All was not enjoyment how-
ever. While they were parked at-
a motel in North Carolina someone
broke into their car and took their
clothing, a typewriter and a-cam-
era.


A 'Iew church was begun in Port St. Joe last Thursday night
.whei the Pentecostal Holiness denomination announced .that they would
begin weekly services in the Port St. Joe Teen Age Center each Sunday.
The Church also announced that it was ,planning to begin a new $75,.
.000.00 building on 'the corner of Garrison Avenue and Twentieth Street
in the next few, weeks. Plans for the new building were presented at
the Thursday meeting.
The church will be constructed
by. the Hastings Construction Com-,its activities in the City.
pa.ny of Panama City. The building The speaker, Dr. Jones, express-
will be of modern construction and ed amazement a 'the manner in
will feature central heating and beginning this new church. "This
. air-conditioning. is the first church I have ever wit-
The announcement of the church nessed that had its beginning with
was made at a barbecue dinner at such a fine barbecue dinner and
'.;he *City youth center Thursday announce .plans for .the erection of
night. Edward J. Woods acted as such a church plant at its very first
host- And master of ceremonies at organizational meeting", Dr. Jones
the- affair at which lie introduced said.
the.. new 'pastor of the church, Rev. Dr. Jones gave a short history of
Hubert- White .and Dr. Byon A. the Penteeostal Holiness denomin-
*Jones .of Ocala, Conference Super- action from its beginning in 1911 at
intendent of the State of Florida Falcon, N. C. with about 40 mem-
Pentecostal Holiness Churches. Dr. bers. He said that. the denomina-
'Jones: gave. the main .address of tion was strongest in the South-
the :evening. : East but .that their numbers were
' Commissioner R. H. Ellzey wel- growing in the West and North.
comedy the church to Port St. Joe Dr. Jones explained that their
on behalf- of Mayor J. L. Sharit membership was low in numbers
whfo: could not attend the meeting. because of the strict requirements
SRev White, pastor of the church, for membership in the church.
spoke briefly -praising 'the friend- Special music was rendered by
lines *of Port St. Joe. He pledged a girl's trio from -the Quincy
good citizenship by the church in church.


NEW DRIVER

PERMITS ARE

NOW ON SALE
County Judge. Sam P. Hus-
band advised The Star early 'this
week that the 25c fee on driver's
licenses in Port St. Joe and vi-
,:inity has been abolished. By
legislative authority the Judge
recommended the removal of the
fees to the county commissioners
and the County Board readily ap-
proved the removal of the extra
fee on each license.
Driver'- licenses are on sale
during the entire month of Sep-
tember and any person faUllng to
renew their license during Sep-
tember will be required to pay a
.il.00 penalty to the State or take
a driver's examination. There-
will be no delinquent restricted
licenses this year. Any holder of
a restricted license who falls to
renew that license during the
month of September will be re-
quired .to take an examination
before a new restricted license
can be issued.
Licenses are on sale by Eve-
lyn Pate at the office of the
Pate-Thomason Service Center
on the corner of Third Street
.and Monument Avenue. Every-
one Is urged to renew their li-
censes early in order to avoid
the last minute rush.


Sen. Bart Knight

Talks To Kiwanis
State Senator Marion B. (Bart;
Knight of Blountstown addressed
the Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club at
it;. regular meeting Tuesday noon.
Knight spoke on some of -the
happenings at the recent session
of the State Legislature.L
Knight declared that the '59':ase-
sion of 'the Legislarure- was econ-
onsical. "'We cut corners to cut ex-
penses, and, I think, were very suc-
cessful", said Knight.
Of prime interest to home own-
ers was a bill tthat Knight: said
passed 'the session raising home-
stead valuations. This would d
amount :t. an increase- in home-
stead valuation hike of 23.4, per
cent in Gulf County. This Would
mean that it a home In Gulf Coun-
ty is 'presently valued at $5,000.00,
the maximum amount of exemp-
tion, 'the home would be valued at
$6,170.00 .after the first of the year.
Under the county's tax village rate
of 13.5 mills for 1960, the. taxes on
this home would amountt to $15.80.
Knight touched ;on the.. better
known items of increased cover-
age of sales tax,. traffic safety laws,
reapportionment, boat license law
and the .school non-resident tax.
'Knight also approved of recent
action to conduct a complete inves-
itgation of the state: welfare pay-
ments, especially to. illigitlmate
children, which is so much in 'the
news 'today.


UFF TU HUSSIA-F-.;,riii-r t'.ati S,.-natur George G. Tapper and his
-wife, Amelia, of Port St.: Joe enplanee at: Fannin Field on the first
:.leg of a jouru-. ,ir.,ii-:h ii Europe aind Tron Curtain coLutrles. They
will join a pa-rty 0 n .--iri ieii, h -ad-ld by Miami Herald staffers, at
New York before continuing on their trip, which will take from
six weeks to two months. While abroad the. Tappers ,w.ill write' a
series of articles for use in The Star.. Pictured with The Tappers
is Southern Airline stewardess Helen Kowaleski.



Driver Jup Truck



Runs Thru Open Bridge

Allan Ray Watson, 20, narrowly escaped death Friday afternoon
'when the pulp wood truck he was driving ran through the 'open draw
bridge on the Intra-Coastal Canal at White City. The truck was taken
from the Canal Saturday afternoon by the Gulf County Sheriff's De-
partment and a winch truck belonging to. the George G. Tapper Com-
'pany -of Port St. Joe.
The truck was owned by Charles
Watson of Wewahitchka, brother of
the driver.
According to the driver he was '
coming toward. Port St. Joe Friday
afternoon about 3:00 p.m. with a
load 'of pulp wood., He came upon # T
the White City bridge in a blind-
ing rain. As he got on the approach
to the' bridge and within a few feet


Knight urged tje individual
Knghmembers.t urgeo drum Lne support forvuai of the draw span he saw that it
members, to drum, up support for w opening. He did not run
the reapportionment referendum to H o
tbehel r ortiNome ere3.ndu through the bridge barriers as they
be held on November 3. Knight en- closed behind his truck after he
dorsed the plan as it is offered tat- had passed. Watson said that he
ing that it was the best plan for knew ,he couldn't stop in the few
Northwest Florida that came oufeet before he hit the draw',span
of all the reapportionment hassles. so he jumped, utt o injuries
Guest of the club was Bob Sid- save a badly sprained ankle.
well. save a badly sprained ankle.
wel' By the time .the truck reached
the draw span it had opened just
To Spend Holiday iere enough to let the truck through
Miss Sandra Bracewell, daughter where it went into the channel be-
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bracewell, who low right into the path of an on-


is 'attending Jonesa Business Col-
lege at Orlando, will arrive home
tomorrow to spend the Labor Day.
holidays here.


coming tug boat and barge. The
tug and barge, which 'pl.,i Tii.l'
didn't see the truck falling due to
the blinding rain, came right on


ST. JOE BOAT CLUB FISH FRY AND

LABOR DAY CELEBRATION MONDAY
Commodore John Robert Smith of the St. Joe Boat Club this
week adds emphasti to the coming Labor Day Fish Fry and award-
ing of prizes for the Boat Club's fishing rodeo, which has been con-
ducted throughout the summer.
Smith said that the Labor Day festivities will begin at 9:00
a.m. Labor'Day in the City Park at the foot of Fifth Street. The
entire morning will be taken up with activities. There will be water
skiing exhibitions, boat race& and various aquatic activities for
the enjoyment of everyone. At 12:00 noon, a fish dinner will be
served by the Boat Club. Those who have entered fish in the rodeo
will be given a free dinner from their entry tickets. Those not en-
tering fish In the rodeo- can purchase the fish fry tickets for $1.00
either from a 'Boat Club member or at the park Monday.
Following the diner, prize* for the fishing rodeo winners will
be given away.
Smith, and the Boat Club urges everyone to be present all
morning. Labor 'Day for a -good show and a good fish dinner.


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ALLAN RAY WATSON
lucky driver
but 'didn't strike the submerged
vehicle. .
Efforts were .made Friday-after-
noon to clear the truck out of the
canal. Sheriff's Department diver
Wayne White attached a cable to
the truck and a truck-crane belong-
ing to the George G. Tapper Com-
pany attempted to lift it out. The
cable broke just as the truck clear-
ed the water and settled back down
into the channel.
Saturday, Deputy Sheriff Wayne
White and a diving companion,
Sonny Dean of Port S.t. Joe again
went down to 'prepare the truck to
be taken out. This time a winch
truck belonging to George G. Tap-
per was stationed on the bank and
drug the truck out to the bank.
The channel was cleared about 3:00
p.m. Saturday afternoon.
---i-----Y
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dockery and
family and Miss Carol Alligood
spent last week end in Carrabelle
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cook.








Port St. Joe Garden Club Has Tea

Party With Mrs. Tom Moon As Hostess

On Thursday After-noon, August tablecloth and decorated with a
27, Mrs. Thomas Moon, president lovely floral' arrangement in early
of -the Port St. Joe Garden Club fall colors With a lovely punch
was hostess at a tea honoring mem- bowl.
bers of both the Azalea and Gladi- Refreshments of -punch, cake
ola. Circles. squares, and salted nuts were ser-
The tea was held in the Parish ved. The cake squares were decor-
House of the St. James' Episcopal ated with miniature day lilies, the
Church. flowers that grow so abundantly
On 'this occasion members had in Port St. Joe and -also the Club
the opportunity to meet and be- flower of the Port St. Joe Club
come better acquainted with the this year.
new 'president and members of the FIRST MEETING
other circle. Twenty-two members The first general'Imeeting of the
and one guest attended. Garden Club for the year will be
The tea table was covered with a covered dish luncheon to be held
an,- exquisite imported cut work at the St. James Parish House on









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Billy enaton

At Ft. Jackson


FORT JACKSON, S. C.-Rot E.1
William M. Denton, son of Mr. and
Mrs .Law-on M. Den-ton, Port St.
Joe has been assigned -to Company
D, 6 Battalion, 2 Training Regiment
at Fort Jackson, S. C. -for eight
weeks of basic combat training.
Upon arrival at Fort Jackson, he
was issued clothing and given a
complete physical examination and
a comprehensive battery of apti--
*tude tests.
4t
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and. Mrs. Arthur Pnurrough,
who are now residing in Denver,
Colorado are proudly announcing
the arrival of a baby daughter on
August 30. The little lady is to be
named Eva Marie. Mrs. Phurrough
will be remembered as Miss Kath-
ryn Marshall.


Thursday, September 3 at 1:00 p.m.
All' members are urged to attend
and anyone living in Port St. Joe
and is interested in growing and
arranging flowers, land -seaping
home grounds or civil beautifica-
tion projects are cordially invited
to attend.


Rummage Sale

Collectors Named
New collectors for the Hospital
Auxiliary Rummage Sale were an-
nounced this week. The new com-
mittee is composed of Mrs. Leo
Shealy, Mrs. Hubert Richards and
Mrs. W. E. Whaley.


These women will -serve during
the months of September, October
and November.
The RPummage Sale is still badly
in need of clothing for -children to
wear .to school. Either of these
three ladies will be glad to pick
up your items if you will give them
a call


L. A. Church To

Have Picnic
The Long Avenue Baptist
Church announces .that -their an-
nual picnic for the Church and
Sunday-School will be held on La-,
bor Day at -the West Florida As-
,sembly Grounds. This location is
on the bay just beyond .the DuPont
Bridge on highway 98 in Parker.
The Church held their picnic at
this location last year. It was such'
a fine affair and .enjoyed by so
many, that. they 'have voted to re-
turn to the same place this year.


All members and friends of the
Church are invited to attend and
bring -a picnic lunch.

Talley-Fuller

Marriage Told
Mr. and Mrs. Fennon Talley an-
nounce the marriage of their daugh-
ter Marie, -to James H. Fuller, son
of Mrs. J. L. Fuller on March 27
in Bainbridge, Ga.


THE LUGGAGE THAT KEEPS ITS FIRST


ATTEND TEA--Garden Club members attending the President's Tea were, left to right Mrs.
George Suber, Mrs. Charles Brown, Mrs. W. J. Belin, Mrs. R. H. Bellows, Sr., Mrs.. Robert
Tapper, Mrs. J. C. Arbogast Mrs. Edwin Johnson, Mrs. Thomas Moon, Mrs. T. W. W Hinote,
Mrs. Sid Brown, Mrs. Cecil Hewett, Mrs. Harry Forehand and Mrs. Kenneth Broadnax.


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Sally Porter HaS ST. JAMES' CHURCH Stone Features Jackets
Birthday Party EPISCOPA In School Colors
Di gg r i ~Rev. G. D. Underhill, Vicar
15th Sunday after Trinity. Sept.I E--ry student ,, port .t. Joe
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Porter 6 7:30 a.m., Celebration of .the High School can now be true-blue
honored their little daughter, Sal- Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a.m., church to the old alma mater by wearing
ly with .a party to celebrate her school. 11:00 a.m, Celebration of the school colors-in a serviceable,
seventh birthday last Thursday, the Holy Eucharist and sermon. warm jacket.
August 27 -at their home -at St. (NOTE: This is our Family Ser- Theseschool color jackets, found
Joe Beach. vice. Please ,attend Church as fam- of first class ,on.truction. being
Helping Sally enjoy her party ifles and bring the children top ht- built for wea.r and comfort as well
were Debbie Sykes, Vicky Fowler, Altar Rail for the blessing). as for pattriotism to your school..
Jeanine Britt, Judy, Debbie and 7:30- .m., Celebration of the Holy The jackets have@white top-grain
Dennis Marsh, Eugenia Traweek, Eucharist and sermon at St. John's cowhide sleeves. The body of 'the
Buddy and Paule 'Boyette, Becky, .Church, Wewahitchka. jacket is of 100 per cent wool and
Susan and Jo Curlee, Johnny and p c t w ool
Holly Prim, Laura Guilford, Garol The public 'is cordially invited -to Is purple .to complete -the school
Nance, Peggy Jones, Jo Both -and worship with us and is assured of. color, scheme. 'The jackets are fully
Jackie Hammock, Yates Wilkie 'and a warm welcome., lined with a rayon-like material.
Marsha Player..Jesse says he will sell these jack-
Delicious birthday cake, ice GRANT ADAMS JOINS ets to girls as well as boys. But
cream 'and pink lemonade were NAVAL RESERVES whether you are a boy or a girl
served. you had better come down now
s. Grant Adams, son of Mr. and 'to Stones' Shop for Men and either
Games were enjoyed and favors Mrs. Harry Adams of this city re- buy your jacket or lay .them away.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe,


Ftl. THURSDAY ,SEPTEMBER 3, 1959


.Delinqivent Children Dig Their
Troubles into Soil
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At the Pontiac State Hospi- chdii .en igv s-'.en a ne'.w level
Lal, Pontiac, Michigan, there's of partiip.-tion
in unusual group of young gar- Horeciltual therapy at Pon-
Jeners, These are emotionally tUac s rthe development of a
disturbed boys who have tangled dedicated professionally-trained
with society in varying degrees occupational therapist-psyclua-
lp to and including crimes of trick social worker, Mrs. Alice
violence and who have been Wess-els Burhngame.
hospitalized by. court order. The benefits of the program
A decade ago,' in some state which the children receive are .
hospitals then existing in the, also conferred upon a full 10
Station, they eightt have been per cent of the hospital's entire
housed in violent wards, with patient population. Some 450
'Urther deterioration their only patients, out of a total 4,000
outlook. Today, thanks to a patients, participate each week,
program_ of .garden therapy in the year around program.,
vhich has not, cost the state Participants include patients
.ane single tax dollar, they are of every age. and sex and vir-
associating and competing ef- tuially every mental or physical
activelyy wi h the proman of the disorder, The Pontiac program,
nation's youth. nine years old, has been the.
S The bys have .been enrolled pilot for programs at the Uni,
In the 4-I1 Ci b Garden pro- versity of Michigan Hospital iri
gram for teen-agers, bringing Ann Arbor, Detroit's Harbor
"home" frequent blue ribbons Hopspital, and for programs
for their garden grown veget- which the Chicago Horticultural,
tables, Society is conducting among
Through gardening, the boys handicapped children in puh:,c
have been stimulated to cho-. ch h o l and among senior
lastio study, relating mathema- citizens.
tics and language arts to their Typical of mentally sound ,but
vegetables and annual flowers. physically incapacitated people
Across the grounds are six who can benefit fromir grden-
girls, each working a 20 x.30 ft. ing are "the increasing number
facsimile of a .home garden, of businessmen who suffer
which bears her name and to strokes, as a result of today's
:which she invites her friends. tensions", Mrs. Burlingame
Thus she acquires the sense of states. In gardening they find
her own identity and import- new confidence in their physi-
ance so vital to rehabilitation. cal well-being.
So effective has been the hor- Key to success in horticultur-
* ticultural therapy program 'at. al therapy in institutions is' the
Pontiac, that similar programs volunteer. Volunteers need not
are now beginning at Detroit's have a knowledge of gardening,
House of Correction and in Chi- but they must have "the capa-
cago protective homes, reports city to share", Mrs. Burlingame
the National Garden Bureau,; sid. They should be enrolled
educational arm of the-garden from groups and clubs which
seed industry, volunteer as a whole, for the
Alongside each child at Pon- sake of continuity.
tiac, a volunteer from the corn- Materials for therapy pro-
munity works in the garden- grams may be acquired through
giving support and love, a collections in the community.
sense of belonging and accom- Mrs. Burlingamre is now de-
plishment to the youngster, velophng a therapeutic garden
probably for the first time in which will flourish "in any
his.life. climate, in any sotl and in any
Dr. James McHugh of the human personality in the
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luncheon meeting Thursday noon.
Moss gaVe &the Rotary Club a
picture of what to expect from th.
FSU football team this year.
Moss said- that this first year
under a new coaching staff would
be a yea orf work at FSU, but that
he expected a winning team from
the "Fighting *'-eminoles"o Moss
said the squad was small-only 38
members-but that all .the players
could "do things with a football".
"While we are fielding one of the
smallest teams in collegiate foot-
ball, we will have a winning sea-
son despite a rough a cidule. bjrr-
ing injuries", the coach said.-
The team will open its season on
Saturday, September 19 in Talla-
hassee with Wake Forrest.
Moss .said that he had a good -or-
ganization and i that they were busy
building u'p an alumni association
as. well as a good football team."
In regard to recruiting -of players
Moss .said that the University of
Florida and Florida State 'Univer-
sity were a little handicapped at
recruiting because 'of the stiff aca-
demic requirements of entrance to
both schools. He a!rid that the aca-
,demic entrance requirements to the-
two schools was the highest in the
Soutly. "This is good", said Moss,"
"because the -tudeutsi need to be'
equipped to earn a living-which
they will b doing' a lot longer than
they will be 'playing football".
Moss told the Club that any foot-
ball who receives a scholarship at
,either school which takes care of
all his school expenses,' is earn-d
by any athlete. "The (chedui- is
rough, and the studies' must be
kept up,.. A student can not play
around and make it--even on a
scholarship "
Guests of the club were Wilton
Duncan of Panama City; Howard
Giddens, Athens, Ga.;. Paiul Bruck-
man, Mobile, Ala.; C. J. Buttram,
Charlie Smith and Coach Marion
Craig -of Port St. Joe.


Witness Minister

Attends Confab
R. H. Wosoba, presidlne ministerL
for, Jehovah's Witneses o f Port
St. Joe, reports a .unce-tf'ul three
day convention for Florida Circuit.
No. 4_held in the Bainbridge, Geor-
gia High School Auditorium, Au-
gust 28-30, with '669. from three
states in attendance.
Twenty-two persons under water'
baptism Saturday afternoon as
proof of their 'dedication to serve
Jehovah. That same evening they
enjoyed a technicolor motion 'pic-
ture which showed impressive
scenes of the mass baptism of over
-7,000 persons at the New York "Di-
vine Will Inter'atioaal Assembly"
of last sl.mmer. Wosoba said the
climax p f the three day convention
came Sunday afternoon when J. W.
Filson, the District Supervisor, de-
livered a public discourse on the
timely subject, "A Paradise Earth
Through God's Kingdom".
Filson advocated "brotherly love"
especially in sharing in. the preach-
ing of the "good news" of God's
Kingdom as the means of attaining
the 'paradise which Jesus promised
to the ,evil-doer. He urged intetise
study of the Bible in congregations
and in homes using Bible aids such'
as "From Paradist Lost To Para-
dise Regained". He recommended,
complete dedication of one's life
and 'means, such as Jesus exempli-
fied, .as proof of one's Christianity.
"Preaching and teaching the truth
is, the obligation of every Chris,
tian," said Filson.
Jehovah's Witnesses in 'attend-
ance received an abundance of x-
pert scriptural counsel, and admo-
'nition to push forward with the
ministerial activities in their local
communities with greater zeal.
Those attending from Port St. Joe
were R. H. Wosoba and-wife, along
with 10 other delegates from the
local community.


To Attend

West Point
Clarence Edward Patton, Sr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Patton, 110-
S. Curry St., Hampton, Va., left
last week for the U. S. Military
Academy, where he will be a cadet.
'Patton was born in Knoxville,
la., and moved to Ha'mpton at an
early age. He attended Mt. Mary's
Star of the Sea School and was
*graduated from Hampton High
School in the class of 1958.
He was sponsored in his, appli-
cation to West Point by E. J. Robe-
,son, Jr., former member of the
House 'of Representatives.


Patton is the grandson of Mrs.
Nettie Anchors of Port St. Joe. I


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WORTH 25c CASH.
On any Purchase-,
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MISTAKE SALE
When signed below and present-
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"I have ,read about Boyles Mis-
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tures and Jackpot offerings ."
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Address
Date .__.


BOYLES Mistake! -- Your Good Luck

A Thrill Group of 73 DRESSES
Being Pushed Out for New -Fall Garments

Mistake Sale Price $3.99
A real walk-out price Some formerly up to $12.75. .
Juniors, Misses, Women's Sizes
73 Pairs

SUMMER FLATS and SANDALS
For Children and Ladles. .less than half r. 9 C
price We Goofedl PAIR NOW ONLY -p
A lot of school wear in every pair SEEI
We Confess Our Mistakes!


A Clean Sweep of 46

Kate Greenaway DRESSES
For girls Tots to Teens
$200 $300 $4_00
Formerly up to $7.95 Our Mistake Your good fortune


Let Us Cry -- You Laugh At Our Mistake
41, Pairs Too Mary Britches

Men's Quality SLACKS
By Happ and Sunset, formerly sold up to $8.95
Mistake Sale Price $5.77
/ You can wash 'em and wear the year 'round here
We bought 11 too many Men's Dacron blend

Lighter Weight SUITS .
Must move out of the wya of new fall styles
$32.95 Values -- MISTAKE PRICE .. .. .
Men, you can wear th year 'round here. Run to Boyles today.
BOYLES Goofed! You Win!


COMPANION FEATURES of BOYLES
MISTAKE SALE
A Double Barrel Buy at a Single Garrel Pricel
10 Oz.--4to 12-only BOTH FOR
1 Pr. BOY'S DUNGAREES .,- $ 1
1 SPORT SHIRT (Short Sleeve) -------_ ..
A Good $3.00 value Save over One-Third!

special Purchase 10 Doz. Terrific, Exciting

BLOUSES ...- Feature Price $1.77
30 to 44 Sizes Made to sell up to $3.95
Short sleeve, sleeveless, long sleeves and roll ups Sensational
Hundreds of gay, warm girl's and children's

SWEATERS at Great Savings
ORLON CARDIGANS $2.89
ORLON PULLOVERS $1.79
BANLON CARDIGANS $3.79

Colorful, attractive Cannon chenille
BATH MAT SETS ---99c ea.
A real surprise value

Heavy 39" Unbleached 600 yards just unpacked

SHEETIN G---4yds. 97c


PORT ST. JOE FLORIDA


BOYLES MISTAKE!
It's On the Level!
We had a swimming head .
67 too many Men's and Boys'
SWIM SHORTS
Formerly sold up to $4.95
GOOFY SALE PRICES

99c
Must be a swim sell out No,
room to pack awayl :

Our head was too swimmyl
A Goofy Sale of Girl's and
Ladies
SWIM SUITS
To make room for sweaters
33 for Girls 9 C
Val. to $2.95 _
19 for Ladies ri
Now Only 2 price


Save On BOYLES MISTAKES
We bought 43 too many

MEN'S STRAW HATS
Values up to $4.95--.Mistake Sale Prices
$1.39 and $1.99
No place to put them, we have no goats .. every one must-gol
Get 'em fast
We Overshot the mark 133 Men's

Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS
Must be sold Values up to $2.95 --Excellen i
patterns, 'Boyles guaranteed quality $ 1.29
MISTAKE PRICE
Look more than twice the price. Hurryl


The Tattler

Published by
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE'
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
222 REID AVE. : PORT ST. JOE, FLA. .
PHONE BAi,. 7-4261 -
R.. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fun"
BOYLES
STORE PERSONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
J. BASIL McKNIGHT Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
EARLINE SNELL ._ Ladies' .and Children' Ready-to-Wear
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
ESTHER TAYLOR MARY REEVES JIMMY STEPHENS
This week we're taking a lower corner seat with a red fade.
The purpose is to give-you some Top News of the most unusual
Sale of the year; Yes, Boyles Mistake Sale. Sometimes our
face gets red when we face our mistakes but here we go wiht-
out reservations. We want you to have them We believe
they'll do you good you'll take 'em when The Price is
Right Frankly, some of the prices are ridiculous but we,
have neither, room nor time to nurse this merchandise until
next year. While you're here we know you'll take time to see
the new, carefully selected Fall and Winter goods that now
fill the greater part of this store. Buy now on Layaway. pay
a little regularly. You'll get first choice and be far ahead on
Savings at BOYLES.
S'liong !R. G. IB.
P. S. Personals-Complaint Dept.: Guy Middleton claims a pair
of bedroom .shoes bought eight years ago at Boyles have worn
out!. Woody Dare insists that short sleeve work shirts should
have flaps. Your complaints, gentlemen, will be given proper
consideration Tell us.off, folks, sometimes we need it! Please
though, keep on coming to BOYLESI One young man;, buying
and changing pants left $6.00 plus some change .We know only
thet he was from Columbia, S. C. Can you help, us find out
his name? We want him to have his money. The Columbia,
S. C. daily paper has been advised. 'Some publicity could do
the trick! -RGB


LAST MINUTE BRAND NEW "NO MISTAKE" BUYS ARE SENSATIONAL


WE HIT A ...
Yes, Mrs. Boyles hit the jackpot, too on this
Amazing Purchasel
LADIES' FULL LENGTH


COATS

Jackpot Price $17.95
All wool and nylon Spirit lifting solid colors and
plaids Sizes 10 to 18.. Use our easy lay-away
plan.
Just unpacked, New tricky styles
JACKPOT TOPPERS $14.75


We


e accidentally received a double shipment
. 44 dozen 40 Denier Tricot Rayon. .

RAYON PANTIES
They're worth 59c pair
33 c Pair
a p1 rt -3 run 'r'1'. 0-


JacKpot Price While they las.
White and assorted colors .. Sizes 5 to 10
for Ladies.


JACKPOT!!

JUST UNPACKED 300 YARDS
Yesl
A JACKPOT PURCHASE
Over 300 yards fine quality
45" Malllnsons'!_

FALL

FABRICS '
Made to sell up to $1.95 yard
BOYLES JACKPOT PRICE

1 yds. $1.37


Tweedy nubs, Shantungs, crepes and what have you
Lovely assortment patterns and colors Wooly
looking rayon, silk and acetates. Never before a
fabric sale the like of this in Gulf County. Better
hurry.


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HOME CANNED GARDEN TOMATOES


It's easy to home-can plump, luscious tomatoes fresh from your
Garden. Just put up several jars whenever you have a fwv.' spare
.moments, and soon you'll find yourself with a full supply foz
good eating in the fall and winter. The first step is to sow more
packets of tomato seed than you originally planned, so that
you'll have tomatoes to can as' well as for immediate use. You'll
find, too, that home-canned vegetables help, slash" high out-of
season grocery boila.


THE STAR, ort St. Joe, Fta.
THURSDAY ,SEPTEMBER'S, 1959 I

Leanins of Atla'nta, Georgia and
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Daniell of Car.
nille, -were the guests of. Mr. and
Mrs. H. D. Leavlns for several
days


Miss Minnie Ola Ray, .a regis-
tered nurse, left Saturday for
'Huntsvillie, Ala., where she will
begin her 'duties there..
Mrs. Carl Deese and Mrs. Ray-
mond Heath motored to Panama
City Thursday on business.
Mrs. Ellen Key of Bradenton vis-.
ited her sister 'and family last week
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Shealey.
Mr. and Mrs. D H Shealy and
'daughter Evelyn returned 'home
last week after rsppending three
weeks in Sarasota visiting their
son and brother and family, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Shealy;.
Mr.; and Mrs. A. H. Lindsey re-
turned home recently after 'spend-
ing a few 'days, in Sumatra visiting
Stii1 friends and relatives.
We are sorry to 'say that Nathan
Dykes is a patient in the hospitaT
in Panama City. His many friendsI


Sin, down 5,400 at 184,600; trade, All these business And industrial
NOn-Farm Employment Tahes Less tan own 4,700 at 332,900; and service, categories were above July a year
down 3:00 at 181,500. ago.
Normal Drop During July Over State -


TALLAHASSEE--Florida's nonl
farm employment took a less than


normal drop.in July and stood at
1,209,600, seven per cent above the
year-ago lvel. "
State Ind us trial Commission
Chairman James T. Vocelle said
the drop of 1.2 per cent from June
to July "was less than the normal
decline for this time of year."

wish him a speedy recovery.
James Broome motored to Mar-
ianna Friday on business. :
Rev. and Mrs. Allen Norris and
daughter Jenny motored to Panama
City Friday to see Nathan Dykes,
who is a battieit in the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. James Broome and
daughters Wanda Jean and Linda
Faye spent the week end visiting
with -the lat er'.s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Hansel Norris.
Mrs; Kay'returned home Monday
'after spending two weeks in Fort,
Walton with 'her son, Verna Kay.


And, he said, July employment
was 78,800 above the 1,130,800 non-
farm employment in: Florida in
July last year.
lUnetmployment this July was 79,-
700, 'or 20.5 per cent below th- 100'.-
300 total in July, 1958.
Only manufacturing, trade, ser-
vice, and government showed em-
ployment drops -in July, Vocelle
said. Mpst of_-thif was due -to lay-
offs of citrus canning and -packing
w o r r e r s and non-professional
school personnel.
With the summer building season
getting into full swing in'July, con-
tract construction led the indus-
tries showing gains, Vocelie iadi.
gaining' 4,700 to reach 133,0010.
Transportation communication -
public -utilities was up 1,000 at 97,-
200; finance insurance rela es-
tate, up 911.1. at 71,90i); and mining,
up 100 at 7,600.
. Government was. down 11,20ii'
from June at lS5.i.011; manufactur-


Gardening Yields Rich Harvest
For 4-H Youths.


4'-
FRI;




Bob Hoffman, 15, Fort Atkinson, Wis., one of more than 280,-
00 teen-agers enroUlled in 4-H Garden Program, harvests tomato
garden. The I-H young people have found that gardening ylelda
'ash as well as warm-weather fu.


Hunters Bid

Farewell to Friends
To our friends, both white and ,
Colored, through Gulf and adjacent .I
counties:
We are anuch saddened et the
thought of leaving our dear friends
and .acquaintances. Leaving a town
where we have spent, a long life-
time will be difficult, at 'best. But -
because of advancing years 'and
declining healthh, we feel it beat
to make our home with our son in
Michigan. *
We are thankful that we can take ;
with us a castleful of treasured Pate-Thomason b
memories. They'-will surely soften
the pain of departing. Then; too,
we will be going to others whom capping and Auto
we love and who love us-and 'this
is the sweetest consolation uf all. Shop your Port St
- We do so wish we could touch
each of you and tell' you'what you We are equipped
bave teant to us over the years-e are equipped
to thank you for your friendship,
your, many kindnesses and cour- service and prod
tesies. Unfortunately, this is im-
possiblie-you are so many ]and here in Port St., J
there is not enough time.
So we use this means of reach-
ing out to you to say again, thanks
for everything. Good bye for now
-and bless you.
Imla and: Joe Hunter.


NEWS FROM
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PHONE 7-7013
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SPARE PARTS FOR
BODIES
The availability'of spare parts
for human bodies is e-xpan _.ng
rapidly. Eye corneas, a *:l! a,
blood, bones, arteries ari jrrves
are now stored in "ban:'." on
which surgeons can draw when
a patient needs a replacement.
The imposing array of spare
parts that already have been
transplanted, banked and fabri-
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new era in this field. Physicians
are looking forward to the time
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as well as tissues and append-
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of incompatibility of skin has
"been eliminated, it is pointed
out, skin typing would be ex-
tremely helpful when 1,
amounts of skin are needed i..1-
lowing major disasters.
Blood vessel grafting began
early in the century and today
a numbe- of artificial fibers are
in use as arterial substitutions,
These inert materials re :fi
used as matrices or blo
around which the reipient's
own tissue is rebuilt. It is being
proved in many instances that
an artificial or chemical .ib-
stance will equal or surpass the
natural body tissue in effective-
eass. Of course, natural blood
vessel grafts, known as "homo-
grafts", are also in wide use.
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constantly to save and increase
life by r.Lila.:rii dlieased and
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---- --- of four foot lengths and told that tile VII, of the Florida Constitu
*mone foot of the wire had to be trim- hiding for forty-four senatorial
FP,7 a lm fPr a,- p r, for apportioning
r ied before It could be used. which Repr;.ii,,. and providing
r F m l required much time plus the one ibl, ,,,r.:, .- created hereby;
Shelt r ,, thatwasJ not used. The Road daring an emergency.islature o
h I t. todthe Board.that d WHEREAS, the Lgeislature of
Shelt r Supt. told the Board that he has of Florida has determined that an
not -been able to find the wire in requiring an early decision by tt
. fallout" in the event of !four foot rolls, Comm. .Thar-p au of the state does exist, and,
Fallout" the event o oot ls Comm. Thre n- WHEREAS, an amendment to
my attack, nounced that he would try to find stitution dealing with the subje
e introduction to "The the four foot rolls and would let of reapportionment should be sul
Fallout Shelter," a pub- the Supt. know where it -could be the voters of the State of Flori
earliest possible time. NOW THI
of the Office of Civil and purchased. Be It Resolved by the Legidlat
Mobilization, Mr. Hoegh The -Board discussed the salary State of Florida:
In an atomic war, blast, for the County Attorney, after of the Constitution of thellowing amendment
d, initial radiation could which there was a motion by Florida relating to apportionmer
ions close to ground zero Comm. Tharpe, seconded by Comm. Senate and House of Representatio
ear bursts. Many more Harden and duly carried that the the same is hereby agreed to and
submitted to the electors of the
-everybody else-could County Attorney's salary be in- Florida for approval or rejection at
eatened by radioactive creased to $1,800.09 per year, begin- called election as provided by Art
But most of these could ning October 1, 1959. Section 8 of the Florida Constil
That three-fourths (.%) of all
d." The Clerk presented a manual of elected to each house of the I
Hoegh pointed out that requirements' for .recording and does determine that an, emergen
deal shelter policy is making County and District pro- ins an early decision by the elect
state does exist with reference
on the knowledge that perty records as required by amendment to Article VII of the
those beyond the range Chapter 274, Florida Statutes and tion.
t and heat will survive eplaed just what the. County Section 1. Sections 1, 2, 3 and
haveail jtth u tisle V are hereby repealed an
have adequate prote- will have to o comply with this thereof the following sections a
*m fallout. new law. The Board instructed the adopted:
OCDM booklet contains Clerk to secure sample forms re- ARTICLE VII
plans for five basic fall- quired to set up this record in or- Section 1. Representation -
lters. One is a do-it- der that the Board may sde what a Senate-The state shall be
project with solid con- kind of record -they will have to ed into forty-four (44) senatoria
ocks. Cost of theshelters keep. designated by number in consecut
from $150 to $1500. Comm. Strickland asked if therp Such apportionment shall provide
s of "The Family i and equity among districts based u
ter' may be obtained is any reason as to why the garbage lation, geographic area and econ
ca r civil dbfene oties dump in Highland View has not ity; provided: .
cal civl defense offic been closed and a new location e- (1) There shall be only one s
iting: Box Home Shelter, cured; that his Board ha reo- ) ach district:
reek, M h. 'fore agreed to close said Garbage n,..r, than three (S) counties.
Dump,. but it has continued to be (3" Counties forming a district
fbe separated by territory of an,
In use for three months lnce t tb, rand must be contiguous.
was agreed that t W'ouL1 be closed (i1 No county shall be divided
NUTES OF THE 'The Chairman said that just as ing a district.
(5) Vacancies that are create
OUNTY COMMISSION soon as a new location is avail- reapportionment providing for
-able, the Highland View garbage (44) senatorial districts of the Se
E'WAHITCHKA, ,FLORIDA dump will be closed; that the be filled by the electors in the ge
oton in November, 1960. Upon eetc
AUGUST 25, 1959 County ought to have .th new 10- senators shall be elected in 'the
eBoard of County Commis cation by the next ruc.eting date. tricts for the following terms:
rs of Gulf County, Florida met Comm. Strickland said he -wanted District 39 for four (4) years
District 40 for two (2) years.
date in regular session with to see the Dump closed just as soon District 4.1 for four (4) years.
followingg members present: as 'possible and suggested that. this District 42 for two (2) years.
e W. Cooper, Chairman, E. be done immediately. District 43 for four (4) years.
District 44 for two (2) years.
arden, Sr., A. J. Strickland The Board voted to pay a bill Thereafter, all Senators shall be e
oleman W. Tharpe. The Clerk, from P. L. Smallwood, Lanett, Ala- a four year term.
ff, Attorney and Road Supt. bamIs in the amount of $31.25 for (b) House of Representatives-
resentation in the House of Repro
also -present. supplies for .the White City Fire shall be apportioned as follows:
e meeting came to order at Department. Five (5) representatives to an
most populous county; four (4)
p.m. There being no further business ties to and for each of the two
Clerk announced to the to come before the Board at this more populous counties; three (3)
Siftatives to and for each of the six
that according to one of .the time, the meeting did then adjourn. more populous counties; two (2)
laws passed in the 1959 oes- ATTEST- tatives to and for each of the four
if the Florida Legislature, the Geo. Y. Core Gee. W. Cooper next more populous counties; and
I, of County Commiaioners ClerkOO representative to and for each o
I of County Comm'sisl oners Clerk Chmn. mining counties of the state at
has the responsibility of de- of such apportionment.
ting the Depository for the -. .- (c) First apportionment-re
d of Public Insrtuctions; that ment.-The first apportionment of
islative house shall be in accord
card of Public Instruction of PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL statute designating the senatorial
County has requested this AMENDMENT TO BE VOTED ON and the representation in the house
to designate the Wewahitch- NOVEMBER 3, 1959 at the 1959 session of the Legisl
NOTICE OF ELECTION the next apportionment of the Se
ate Bank of Wewahitchka and WHEREAS, the Legislature of 1959, un- be at the regular session in 1971
lorida Bank at Port St. Joe as der the Constitution of 1885 of the State next apportionment of the House
ora Bn kat Port St. oe a of Florida did pass a Joint Resolution pro. sentatives shall be at the regulh
depositories. Whereupon, up- posing amendment to the Constitution of in 1961 based upon the 1960 Fed
option by Comm. Harden, sec- the State of Florida and the same was agreed sus; and decenially thereafter, th
I by Comm. Strickland and to by a vote of three fourths of all the ture shall reapportion its represe
y carrie, ,te Wew members elected to each house; that the accordance herewith. Should It I
Imously carried, the Wewali- votes of said Joint Resolution was entered so, its duty shall continue in eve
State Bank of Wewahitchka upon their respective Journals, with the of whatever type until reapportio
;he Florida Bank at Port St. yeas and nays thereon, and they did deter- been effected.
mine and direct that the said Joint Reso- (d) Failure to reapportion at ri
are hereby designated at De- lution be submitted to the electors of the sion, and providing for extra-ord
ory for the Board of Public State at the Special Election on November sion to perform reapportionmen
Fiction of Gulf County, Flor- 3, 1959. the legislature fail to reapportion
NOW, THELROREB. I, R. A. GRAY, See- sentation in the Legislature at a
retary of State of the State of Florida, do session as required, the Govern
Mm. Harden discussed the hereby give notice that a Legislature itself shall call the I
SPECIAL ELECTION into extraordinary session to pe
>r of the County Road Depart- will be held in each County in Florida on duty, within thirty days after ad
using reinforcing wire ofliVe the first Tuesday after the first Monday in No other business shall be trans
S ta November, A D.. 1959, the said Tuesday ing such session and the session
length in 1ue concrete pipOet i
lengths in the Concrete pipe beng the third .lay of November, for the recess for more than seventy-two
^^^^ratification or rej..:ti.an of the said Joint cept tl.t 'ter a period of sixty
WIItResolution proposing Amendment to the the dttp rhe, extraordinary session
Constitution of the State of Florida, viz: vened, the Governor may, by pro
SSENATE JOINT RESOLUTION or the Legislature may, by concu
S NO. 660' lution, recess the Legislature to
A JOINT RESOLUTION relating to appor- date. or may adjourn the Legisi
Stionmenrt; proposing an amdnnmnt to Ar die.


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cy requir-
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reLong Ave. Baptist Church

Apportion- REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
apportion. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
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ive order.
e fairness BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
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or- (e) Representation of a newly created
county.-A newly created county shall have
te one representative in the House of Repre-
Zy sentatives until the succeeding reappor-
tionment and until that time it shall be
part of such adjoining senatorial district
n- as the Legislature shall determine.
er IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
to I have hereunto set my hand and
( )e affixed the Great Seal of the
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of a boom town in West Florida
fabulous West Coast in the 1930's
and 40's. "The Great Tide" is now
appearing in a new edition and can
be purchased 'at Campbell Drug
Store or call Mrs. Hubert Brinson,
BAll 7-5756. ltp
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom masonry
house.- Hardwood floors, closed
carport, landscaped. 905 Garrison
Ave. 4tc-9-3
FOR SALE
Lots at St. Joe Beach. Lot size
75 x 150. Priced from $500 to $750
with 10% down. Ideal for country
home sites or beach cottages.
Nice houses 'and apartments for
rent at Mexico Beach. See us be-
fore you rent or buy. We will be
happy to help you on any real as-
tate transaction.
Whether buying or selling, call
us first!
COASTAL REALTY CO.
William J. Rish, Reg. Broker
Ruth C. Soule, Reg. Salesman
116 Mon. Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla.
PHONE 7-4051
FOR SALE: 12 foot I. B. White run-
about. Steering apparatus. $75.00.
Ed Bobbitt. ltc
WANTED: Alteration lady. Apply
in person at Stones' Shop for
Men between 8:30 a.m. and 6:00
p.m.


Monday.
LEGAL AD'fERTISING
Notice of Fictitious Name
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under, the fictitious name
of GULF COAST GARMENT MAN-
UFACTURING COMPANY in the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, in,
tends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Gulf County, Florida. 4tp-8-6
ALEX LEGRONE

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by JAMES STAFFORD


FOR RENT
New 3 bedroom house. Unfur-
nished. Beautifully paneled and has
oak floors. At St. Joe Beach.
One bedroom house fully furnish-
ed. By week or month.
FOR SALE
Small house and lot at Beacon
Hill. $995.00. Just about any terms
you wish.
J. D. CLARK
1017 Long Ave. Phone 7-7771

FOR SALE

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: 2 bedroom house on
large 'corner lot in Oka Grove.
Oall Bill Humphrey at 7-2241. tfc
FOR SALE: 150 foot frontage on
Dead Lakes, 5 room' concrete
block house, 18x25 ft. storage and
work room, 150 ft. dock, barbecue.
$15,000. Half down, can be financed
W. S. Smith, Box 375, Wewahitchka
Florida.


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F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
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Yon need it your home. STOP and
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Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mowar.,Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joheph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M.. 2nd anid 4th Mondays. All vial.-
ing brothers welcome. Robert L.
Creamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R.
Maige, Secretary.


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References. W. Given, Highland
View, Phone 7-7037 or 7-3983.
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.

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State Will Advertise for Objections

On Plans To Establish Bulkheads In Gulf
TALLAHASSEE-The Cabinet, sitting as the Internal Improvement
Board, Tuesday agreed to advertise for objections to proposed sale of
more than 267 acres of submerged land in St. Joseph's Bay in Gulf
County.
The advertisement, .to determine if anyone objects to the sale, was
asked by upland owners, only persons .eligible to buy -the submerged


land in front of their holdings.
The land was appraised at $1.00
an acre, but state land agent Van
Ferguson got the Cabinet to raise
-the going price 'to $10.00 an acre.
At the suggestion of Gov. LeRoy
Collins, any sale will stipulate that
the .submerged land must be filled
and -developed within three years
-or the land will revert to the state.
This, Collins said, will guarantee
that -the area is being obtained for,
development rather than -to be held
for speculative purposes..
Applicants are John J. Grimes,
Joel Taylor, Thomas Sproull, for
mer Senator George G., Tapper and
Thomas Gibson.
The largest tracts are sought by
Tapper, 72.05 acres and. Gibson,
94.68 acres.

Cub Scouts Will
Meet and Register
All boys who were, C ub Scouts
last year and boys from the ages
of eight ito 11, who are going to be
in the Cub Scouts this year are to
meet Tuesday, September 8 *at 7:30
in the Elementary School. Boys are
reminded to bring, the registration
fee at this time.
Parents are urged to be present
also because of items of interest
will be discussed at the meeting.


When you see "The Rexall Drug
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pharmacist of ability and integrity.
It is your written guarantee of de-
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Port St. Joe, Florida

Babe Ruth Champs
The championship team of the
Port St. Joe Babe Ruth League was
announced this week as the Moose
Club sponsored team, managed by
Bascom Hamm.
Members of -the *team are as fol-
lows: Eugene Griffin, John Chafin,
Jerry Wood, Lindsay Thursaba-,
James Kennedy, Leroy Davis, Jim-
my Gainnie, George Gainnie, Tom-
my Sisk, Liddon Woodard, Herbert
Gardner, Frank Sarver and Tom-
my Grimsley.


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Mosely's Honored
On Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas
Mosely, Jr., and their .daughter,
Miss Anne Mosely, entertained in
honor of Mr. Mosely's parents on
their Golden Wedding Anniversary
at a reception from 7:30 to 9:30
p.m. Friday, August 21, -at Quincy
-at ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-


liam Thomas Mosely.
Local Man Involved The home was .beautiful with
garlands of box wood and arrange-
In Auto Accident ments at focal points of yellow
roses ;and yellow and gold mums
A 14-year-old Ga., girl was and gladioli in antique containers.
A 14-year-old Cairo, Ga., girl was
struck by a station wagon early Hundreds of friends and rela-
Sunday on -U. S. 98, near Edgewa- ties called -during the evening to
ter Gulf Beach Apartments, Florida congratulate the honored couple.
HighwayPatrol reported. Among the -out of town guests were
Highway Patrol reportJanice Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dickens, Mr. and

She .received numerous abrasions Mrs. Tom Pridgeon, Mr. -and Mrs.
and. lacerations of the left and Chauncey- Costin and Mr. and Mrs,
Otis Pyle, Abe Miller and James
right legs. o Bay Memorial Fuller *of Port St. Joe; Mr. and
She wastaken to Bay Memorial Mrs. Carroll Clayton and Miss Ka-
Hospital in Panama City. ren Clayton of Panama City; Mr.
Trooper James Nolen reported and Mrs. Gus Clayton, York, Ala-
that the girl slipped ,and fell in the bama;. Mrs. Elliott Mills, Helena,
path of the station wagon as she Alabama; Mrs. Fred Clayton, Mrs.
attempted to cross the street. J. Q. Bush, Mrs. Claude Neilson,
Driver of the vehicle was Bruce Mrs. Paul Bu.rnam, L. T. Mosely,
Lee Dwiggins, 31, of Port St. Joe. Hampton Bush and Miss Guesna
-Bush of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.


Leaving for School
Kenneth Hurlbut will leave Sap-
tember 5 for Tusealoosa, Ala., to
begin his sophomore year at the
University of Alabama. He will
-participate in rush week activities
beginning September 6. He is a
*member of -Sigma Phi Epsilon so-
cial fraternity.

GO TO OHUWCH SUNDAY


Cancer Survey
(Continued From Page 1)
cer; whether childbirth is associat-
ed with cancer or whether failure
to breast feed -a .child leads to
breast cancer; and whether cigar-
ette filters are .effective in holding
down lung cancer.
If your family is one of the 60


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to be interviewed in Gulf County,
you may -be asked questions like
these:
"How much exercise do you get.
Do you often add salt to your food?
Pepper? Catsup? Mustard or spi-
ces? How many cups of coffee or
tea do you drink each day? How
many glasses of milk, -soft .drinks,
alcoholic or other beverages.
"Do you or did you smoke? How
much do you smoke and what do
you smoke?"
Robinson said the -survey's -pur-
poses are to throw some light on
why some people are more likely
to get cancer than others and whe-
ther more can be learned of the
early symptoms -of cancer to help
improve early detection.
)---- ( ---


Mr. and Mrs. William E. Whit-
-tington announce -the birth of a
daughter Eva Mae -on August- 25.
Mr. ;and Mrs. Isaac R. Hall, Jr.,
are 'the proud parents of a son,
Danny Ray, born August 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Orrell an-
nounce the birth of a baby girl,
Angela Grace on August 29.
Mr. and Mrs. Louie G. King an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Cynthia Kaye on August 30.
(All births occurred at the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital).

"Wedding" Takes In
$450.00 For Cancer Society
Mrs. Herbert Brown, Chairman
of the Gulf County Unit of the
American Cancer Society reported
this week that '.tentative reports
show that the Womanless Wedding
held last Friday night showed a
profit of around $475.00.
Mrs. Brown said that ticket sales
will run between :$250 and $300
and advertising sales and odds and
ends will amount to about $200.
Mrs. Brown offered the thanks
-of -the Society to all who (participat-
ed ini the program and supported
it with donations, ticket purchases,
etc.


Unions Urge

Holiday Safety

At 6 -p.m. Friday, September 4
the madness will begin-a frantic
race to have fun during summer's
final holiday.
At G p.m., the Labor Day holiday
will get under way-officially. The
nation won't return to normalcy be-
fore midnight Monday, September
7.
During -those 78 hours of hustle,
bustle, hurry and flurry, somewhere
near 400 persons will die in traffic
accidents, according to the National
Safety Council. About 12;000 motor
ists and -pedestrians will -suffer dis
abling injuries. Many thousands of
cars will be wrecked or badly dam-
aged. A lot of people will be ser'-
iously inconvenienced by auto ac-
cidents.
Drownings will take about 100
lives.
The starting gun will find the
nationI's three and a half million
miles of streets and highways
clogged with a seemingly endl.:.s
'swarm of autos-all filled with
folks .determined -to *do the holiday
up in fine style.
What will people do wrong?
They'll 'try to -drive too great a
distance in too little time. They'll
get irritated at other drivers. They
will make 'things, especially tough
for themselves by combining drink-
ing and driving.
And they'll speed.
Many who reach their -destina-
tion will let -their guards down
when taking part in the activities
-that .can make the holiday so de-
lightful-swimming, for example.
Swimmers will go in *the water
alone. They'll dive right in, even
if the water is cold. They'll swim
till exhausted. Many will swim af-
t.er dark, or in unfamiliar waters.
That's why drownings may claim
100 victims.
To put -an end to this annual ac-
cident binge on the highways and
beaches of America, labor and safe-
ty have united, in a national cam-
paign. Its goal: to drastically cut
traffic accidents and drownings,
main booby traps for holidayers.
"Accidents ,over the Labor Day
holiday," said W. G. Farris, Presi-
dent, Machinists Local Lodge No.
1435, .of the International Associa-
tion of Machinists, AFL-CIO, "are
a -terirble waste of the nation's
manpower. America is not just a
body o fland-it is people. To kill
or injure workers is to rob this
country of its most vital resource."
The joint labor-safety campaign
is led by the National Safety Coun-
cil's labor conference, the safety
(and health committee of the AFL-1


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3 Enter water gradually, and
wait 'an hour after eating.
"Guardagainst hazards this holi-
day-Come back ,to work Septem-
ber 8 -safe and sound," W. G. Far-
ris, President, Machinists Local
Lodge No. 1435, International As-
sociation of Machinists, AFL-CIO,
advised.


CIO, the'ladibs auxlhari.s of labor
unions, ,the United Mine Workers
of America, the Teamsters and oth-
er unions wishing to take part. Lo-
cal unions were given a -packet of
campaign materials by the Coun-
cil's labor division.
W. G. Farris, President, Machin-
ists Local Lodge No. 1435, Inter-
national Association -of Machinists,
AFL-CIO, gave -these life-saving
tips to. motorists and swimmers:
In traffic-
1. Don't try to drive too far-
400 miles -a day should be the limit,
and a lot less than that after work-
ing an 'eight-hour day.
2. Cut your speed at least 10
miles an hour after dark. You'll be
surprised' how much more relaxed
you'll be.
3. Don't -drive if you drink.
4. Don't get burned up at other
drivers. Good drivers keep cool be-
hind the wheel.
5. Don't exceed the speed limit.
And while swimming-
1. Never swim alone, even at a
public beach.'When children swim,
an adult should be present.
2. Don't swim till exhausted-
rest ,often.


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7. "What'd I Say"
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MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
T-HURSDAY ,SEPTEMBER 3, 1959

Return From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pate and
.sons Wayne and Gary returned
Saturday from a week's vacation
spent in South Florida.

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