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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: November 12, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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TWINTY-THIRD YEAR



ETAOIN SHRDLU
by Whk$EY R. RAMSBY

This has been a week of news.
No trouble filling up the front page
at all. A real "dream week" from
the standpoint of the newspaper.
Most of the news is good, some ^ '* '"
of it sad, some tragic, some full of
argument. .
A real selection.

Were you among thosewho went A '
to Jacksonville last ,week? .
We did.
And it was cold with, a capital
C-0-i-.. Couldn't tell yu were In
Florida at- all. -
While naturally having; -a soft
spot in my heart tor Florida to win


it was still good to see Port St. 4
Joe's own Wayne Taylor doing so
well as fullback on the Georgia .
squad. Wayne is only a sophomore
at Georgia, but already has the
regular fullback spot on the sec- ..
ond unit of the Bulldogs. He got- off
some mighty good runs. and sev-
eral good tackles-one that split
his helmet open.
Our trip to Jacksonville just goes
to show you can't get off' to your-
self without seeing someone yoit
know. We went with Mr. and Mrs.'
D.yle-Retherford. Frenchie and I
left the kids with our brothers and
took .off. Doyle .and Nell farmed
out their two children and we had' i-
a real two-day holiday with not a
soul shouting "Mom-ma" or 'Dad- ..
dy." .
When -w got to Jacksonville it MICHIGAN CHEMICAL COMPAN'
was raining-cats, and dogs. And all nUew Port St. -Yoe plant. The car
of us, bad left our raincoats back Frimodig, plant manager; Mauric
in St. Joe. So to Sears we went to tendent; Don Lentz, field audito
get raincoats. In Sears we-ran into McMillan Kerr, consultant; Fred
Mrs.. J. L. Sharit doing the same
thing .we were.. When we sat down -
in the stadium there was Mr. and
Mrs. Otis Pylei sitting right next WATER FRONT PROPERTY (
to wu in the midst of 40,000 people..
I'm lu,,sta .-lad rit w s MY ife T


'had with me.
There was a whola raft of Port-
St. Jipe otks .in the ';atands'- to.-.
There was. Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Tay-
lor, Mr. and Mts. Melton Taylor,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Costin, Jr., Mr.
and Mrs Silas. R. Stone; Judge and
Mrs. Waren Fitzpatrick, Mr. and
Mrs. J. 'L. Sharit, Bob McKlernan
and Bill Parker. to mention a few.I
There were others, but we don't
know whi they were. ''

So now cranberries cause cancer.
I just wonder If they don't wash
the berries before they are eaten
and thus the poison is, washed off?
Peaches- are sprayed about as
much as any fruit there is and we
haven't heard any cancer scare
from them. And apples the same. [7


.We just ate some cranberry
sauce Friday and didn't get cancer
from them. ,
But ,even after all 'this brave 'talk,
we will not eat them for Thanks-
giving either.

Episcopal Women -
List Dinner Menu
A typically festiv-e mood awaits
those attending the Harvest Din-
ner to be served at the Parish
House November 18 .by the Women
of St James Episcopal Church.
The menu will be a traditional
Thanksgiving "one, consisting of:;
roast turkey with savory stuffing,
giblet gravy, candied yams, cran-
berry sauce, green beans, rolls,
cake and .coffee.
Advance tickets may be'purchas-
ed from Mrs. Tom Coldewey, or
may be obtained at the door. Prices
are $1.50 for 'adults and $1.00 for
children. Dinner will be- served
from 6 until 8 p.m.
The accompanying Bazaar will
open at 5:30. There, you may ob-
tain a miscellany from goodies to
satisfy your sweet tooth, to unusual
povelties 'to top your Ohristmas
list.

Sharks Take Win
Over Bonifay, 34-0
By WILL I. RAMSEY
The St. Joe Sharks had little
'trouble in downing the. Bonifay
Blue Devils by a 34-0 score last
-Friday night in that very cold city.
The Sharks' running attack looked
better than it has in several games
with Willie Daniell and Chesley
Fensom doing most of the carry-
ing. Daniell had 'a field day by
gaining 169 yards and scoring 14
'points. Fensom was a standout on
defense as well as offense.
(Continued on Page 4)


THE


STAR


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we'can speak with It
once In awhile-Trade with
your home town merchants!


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
SORT ST.-JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1959 NUMBER 7


p i~~~iBE


Y OFFICIALS p,:-s in front ,:. tihe first car load ,:.f product from the
was shipped out VMonday .of this week. From left to right are: Mark
ee Dawson, production foreman; Bruce Driggins, production superin-
r; Elwood Barfield, material control; Charles Ewing, control chemist;
DeMaestri, vice president and Charles-Jacoby, ,process engineer.
(Photo by Lynart Studios)


OWNERS OBJECT


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New Bulkhead

Thirty-nine water' front property stopping point for future posisble you should
owners and interested persons at- fill or building operations. leave the
tended the City Commission's .spec- Silas R. Stone, attorney for the in the Cii
ial meeting Tuesday -night in refer- Paper Company then took the floor ed by say
ence -to the setting of a -bulkhead to explain the meaning .of the bulk- heading t
line some 1,000 feet out in St. Jo- head application. Stone said, "It is backward
seph's Bay. easy to become confused with ref- Benjam
*The St. Joe .Paper Company and erence to what a bulkhead is". He Vaughn. I
its affiliated companies had asked said, "It is merely an imaginary derson, F
the City to establish, the line be- line which limits the 'area that can Gunn eac
yond which no building or fillwork be filled at 'any time in the future. (Cor
could be done in the future. Stone pointed out many bulkhead
,troubles that people in .South Flor-
Almost to a man, those attending ida had experienced.by, the lack of M l
were against the measure due to an established bulkhead line in
the fact that future fill work that which riparian rights holders had PowT
might be done within the establish- done filling that had in many cases POW
ed bulkhead line would shut off ruined (the area. Stone said if the
their view to the beauties of St. application 'to the City is approved .Carl E.
Jo'seph's Bay. Most of those pres- the request for ,the line must still anna, wa
pnt owned property facing the Bay. go to the Internal' Improvement Monday
Mayor J. L. Sharit called the Board of the State of Florida for power lin
meeting to order 'and asked for final approval or disapproval. Company.
,anyone to .speak 'their mind on the p He wa
proposal prior,to the Commission's After the line Is established, up- Mexico
voting 'on the matter. land riparian rights owners must when he
Frank Hannon, came before the petition 'the State Board to pur- a conduct
Commission stating 'that he thought chase property in.the bulkhead area and he
most there objected to the bulk- for fill ,purposes. Notices to pro- cording t(
head because of the fact that any perty owners abutting the ripar- of the 1o
future construction within .the set ian property for 1,;000 feet would Power Co
boundaries would obstruct their then have the right to object to
waterfront view. Hannon offered any fill action. Swearii
a docum-entoformally opposing the Stone pointed out that -granting Jet Const
move to be entered on the City the bulkhead line didn't automabtic- land, wh
minutes. The document was signed ally mean the property would be change i]
by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hannon, Mr. filled -in. Approval must be 'grant- in this ai
and Mrs. Dudley Vaughn, Mr. and ed by 'the State for purchase and Witness


Mrs. T. D. Huc'thin's, Mr. 'and Mrs.
V. R. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs.
H. S. Lilius.
-- George G. Tapper- appeared be-
fore the Commission 'asking for an
explanation of the area to be cov-
ered by the bulkhead and -any pos-
sible use that might be made from
.the movement.
Max W. Kilbourn, engineer for
'the St. Joe Paper Company pre-
sented a map showing the area to


Line

d be sufficient and would
beautiful bay shore drive
ty limits. Tapper conclud-
ing that he thought bulk-
this area -would be a step

in -H. Dicken-es, Dudley
Hubert Richards, Otto An-
Harold Odom and E. F.
h expie.sed their oral ob-
itinued On Page 4)


Is Killed On

er High Line

Swearingen, 52, of Mari-
s electrocuted near .here
while working, on high
les of the Florida Power

a working on a pole at
Beach about 10:30 a.m.
,got his hand too close to
otor carrying 7,200 volts
was kille-l Instantly, ac-
o Richard Porter, manager
cal ,office of the Florida
corporation.
igen was employed by the
truction Company of Lake-
hich has 'a contract to
isulators on power line's
Tea.
ses said 'he was working


filling. up ,a pole when his handline fell
John Robert Smith and T. D. Hut- across a hot conductor. He was ap-


chins then 'asked why. the bulkhead
line -couldn't be established at the'
present shore line.
Tapper then took the floor again.
He made the statement that in his
opinion suggestions from the St.
Joe. Paper Company had always
been beneficial to the city of Port
St. Joe. He expressed doubt that
this proposal would follow suit 'and


parently trying to flip 'the line free'
and reached his hand too high let-
ting the electricity jump 'the gap
going through his body. His right
hand was on the pole ground wire,
causing a dead short through his
body.
Mr. Swearingen was a native of
Jackson County.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.


Michigan Chemical

Ships First Product
Michigan Chemical Corporation
here in Port St. Joe .shipped their.
first load of finished product on
Monday of this week when they
shipped ,750 80-pound bags of CA-
cined Magnesite t'o -the Rayonier,
Inc., plant of. essup, Ga.
-The Rayonler plantain Jessup is:
-a paper manufacutrer.
The nw mill has been operating'
for -a little over two months now,
and have started bringing off their.
finished product..
The chemical shipped is a white
powdery substance of about the'
consistency of corn starch. .
Company officials say that now
that the first finished product has
been manufactured and their sys-
tem.producing; they-will be making
regular shipments of their product.

Rev. Mathison in
Methodist Revival
The First Methodist Church of
Port St. Joe is fortunate 'to' have
Reverend M. C. "Sl" Mathison as
the evangelist f.or their revival
meeting to' be held November 15
,through 20.
The Rev. Mr. Mathison is an out-
standing speaker and is coveted by
-many churches "and clubs of his
conference.
For 'ten years, he has served as
pastor of the First Methodist
Church of .(pelika, Alabama.
Although he. is now employed in
the state of Alabama, he yet con-
.ldera himself a Floridian. He was
born and reared in the neighboring


REV. M. C. MATHISON
town of DeFunlak Springs -and at-
tended Palmer College of that city.
He further' studied at Huntingdon
College. in Montgomery and Emory
University at Atlanta.
Rev. Mr. Mathison is married.
and has two sons. The elder. son
is attending Huntingdon College
and is president of the student body
there.


Services will be held each day
at 7:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
The pastor, Rev. E. 0. Bradley
offers a cordial to everyone to at-
tend any or all of these services.

Woman's Club To
Sponsor Blood Bank
The St. Joseph Business and-
Professional Women's Club is spon-
soring a Walking Blood Bank for,
,the Municipal Hospital and Gulf I
County. There is a great need for
more donors since our community
'has grown so much over the past
few years and since we depend en-
tirely on donors for. blood. There
is no charge for blood at the Muni-
cipal Hospital, only laboratory fees
and processing. When blood is ob-
'tained from a Blood Bank there is


be covered for Tapppe's perusal and would possibly ruin the beautiful Rose Turner Swearingen; a bro- a charge of $25.00 per pint unless
also showed the map to the au- drive coming into Port St. Joe. their, Lee Swearingen of Toronto, there is a replacement of two for
dience. Tapper -suggested that the bulk- Canada; two sisters, Mrs. Care one pints obtained.
Kilbourn said he, didn't know head be changed to exclude that Marshall of Sunnydale, Calif.,' and The St. Joe Paper Company
the Paper Company's plans for the property from Fifth Street to the Mrs. Charlsie Crum-pler of Apala- sponsored the original Walking
bulkhead. South City limits. Tapper said he chicola and several nieces and ne- Blood Bank, and heretofore has fur-
John Robert Smith then asked felt this area should be left 'as it phews. nished 95% of donors when called
the question as to what was the is with the bulkhead line being es- Funeral services were held at night or day.
purpose of establishing the bulk- tablished at the shoreline. He ex-:2:00 .p.m. Tuesday from the New All industries have been contact-
head if it wasn't for filling in with pressed the opinion ;that bulkhead I Hope Baptist Church, conducted by ed and, the following have agreed
dirt. lines between Fifth Strcet and the ;the Rev. Lambert Jones. Burial was full' operation with a team from
Mayor Sharit answered that the oil terminal docks and from the in the Glennwood Ceme'ery in Chip- the ho.spltal and ,the Business and
line was established to provide a South City limits to Simmons Ba- ley. (Continued On Page 4)


HardwooWd Wil




Be tilized


The newly organized Florida Gulf Fibre Company will build
a 13M-million-dollar semi-chemical corrugating medium mill in
Port St. Joe, Roger L. Main, president of .the St. Joe Paper Com-r
pany announced in Jacksonville Tuesday.
Main said construction is scheduled to start within 60 days.
Target date for initial production of corrugating medium is early
in 1961. ...
The new mill will employ 300 persons. It will be located near
the present St. Joe Paper Company mill'but will be an independent
operation from the big kraft container-board mill.
The facility will have a paper machine 2836 inches wide and
will utilize .the hardwoods from, the forests of West Florida. for
the manufacture of corrugated shipping containers.- The product
will be shipped all over the country.
FOURTH NEW INDUSTRY
Revival Services Set At I The Florida Gulf Fibre mill-will
be the fourth new industry to lo-
Long Avenue Baptist cate in the Port St. Joe area in as
j many years. Other companies whioh@
SRevival ,services, will be conduct- have established business .interests
ed .at the Long Avenue Baptist in the community of 5,000 residents
Church November 16 through 22. are -the Glidden Co., Michigain
J. C. Odum, "pastor of the church, Chemical Co. and the General
-announces that the Reverend Hen- Chemical Division of Allied:. Cbem-
ry Stamey of Chattanooga, Tennes- ical and Dye Cmpany.
'see, will be the vizitinc evangelist. The new mill-will have dait
Roy Cih.iat:um. Minister of Music capacity of 450 tons -*. corrugated,
and EducariNo of the St. Andrew medium. -" -"
Baptis-t t'hurch .of Panama City, "There is a distinct need for the
will dire.-t the rev ial music. Mr. mill from Florida's .point of view",
Stamey ". a S. ,hi-rniu Baptist evan- sa;d Main "Now here is little mar-
S ,,ket for the hardwoods ,bat grow so
"" freely in Florida, and because the
S|I n U1 mill will use hardwoods only It
will provide a readyoutlet for this
timber."
Main said constLructlou'- of the
Florida Gulf Fibre mill is anobe r
step in carrying out the -program
.of' the St. Joe Paper company .to'
develop West Florida. H4 said the
lang-range program can be traded
back to the 1920's when Alfred I.
duPont first acquired woodlands in
That section with a view to using
the forests as a base for building
: the area. The duPont estate now
controls the St. Joe Paper' Com-
pany.


HENRY STAMEY
.. Evangelist
gelist. He is a 'graduate of 'Carson-
New'man College and The New Or-
leans Baptist Theological Seminary.
Revival services will be conduct-
ed each evening at 7:30 beginning
Monday, November 16. A brief ser-
vice will be held each morning at
seven o'clock and will dismiss at
7:40 with 'a light breakfast being


ROY CHATHAM
Song Leader
served at the church. These early
morning services will be heM. daily
Tuseday through Saturday.
The church nursery will be open
for the evening services. The pub-
lic is cordially invited to attend all
of these revival services.


CLASSIFIED ADS
Midget Investments With
Giant Returns


PRODUCTION SINCE 1938
The land .purchase was followed
by construction of the St. Joe Pa-'
per Company mill which went into
production in 1938. The Apalachi-
cola Northern Railroad and the St.
Joseph Telephone and Telegraph
Company were acquired and reha-
bilitated ,as part of the program.
In 1952 the capacity of .the con-
tainerboard mill' was tripled to its
present capacity of 1,200 tons of
containerboard daily.
The St. Joe Paper Company owns
more than 1,000,000 acres of wood-
lands and employs 1,000 people 1i.
the present mill and for woodlands
maintenance.
Th.e operating mill manufactures
corrugating medium of kraft only,
utilizing .soft Southern pine.
The rapidly growing St. Joe Pa-
p,-r Company five months ago ac-
quired major corrugated box plants.
In Hartford City, Ind., Pittsburgh
Pa., and Rochester, N. Y. Last sum
mn.r the companyset up a box plant
;L Birmingham, Ala., and another
ne-v box .plant is scheduled to g(
into opera ioi -next month in Cin
cinuati, Ohio.
The St. Joe Paper Company also
.:.peratei -hipping container facill-
tiis- lu Houston, Texas, Port St.
Jo:t and South Hackensack, N. J.

Trick or Treat for
UNICEF Nets $58.12
Mrs. Gus Creech announced
this week that the children of
Port St. Joe collected $58.12 In
their "Trick or Treat for UNI-
CEF" program.
Mrs. Creech reports that a
check for this amount has been
sent to UNICEF for use In feed-
) ing hungry children throughout
the world.
Mrs. Screech offered her thanks
to the. public for their coopera-
tion and contributions.


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Heuser Ramsey Engagement

Mr. and Mrs. Maasillon Miller Heuser of Norton, Virginia, an-
nounce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth, to Donald
Boyer Ramsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dell Ramsey of Port
St. Joe. Miss Heuser attended& Virginia Intermont College, Bristol.
Mr. Ramsey attended local schools and Georgia Military Academy
Sin Atlanta, Ga. He was graduated from Florida State University
where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity.
He is now employed in 'the General Adjustment Bureau in Wash-
ington, D. C.
The wedding is planned for December 19, in Falls Church,
Virginia,


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WMS Has Royal

Service Program.

The First Baptist WMS met at *
the church Monday for the Royal
Service program.
The program topic was "0 Wor-
Sship The King in Korea." The pro-
gram was given by Circle 2 with
the following members taking-
,part: Mrs. W. Ramsey, Mrs. Joe
Bracewell, Mrs. Roy Irwin, Mrs. W.
S. Smith, Mrs. Tom Parker, Sr.,
and Mrs. Perry Elliott.
Next Monday the Circles will
meet in the following homes:
Circle No. 1, Mrs. Anna Adams.
Circle No. 2, Mrs. Joe Bracewell.
Circle No. 3, Mrs. L. W. Cox.
Circle No. 4, Mrs. W. I. Garden.
SKIPPER COMPLETES
MECHANIC COURSE
Specialist 4E4 Denver D. Skip-
iea, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Skip-
per of Port St. Joe has recently
completed a course in wheeled ve-
`hicle mechanics has been awarded
a ,good conduct medal.
Denver has been -serving in Ha ..
wali .for the past 33 months.
Visitor From Alabama
Dr. Mel Lowry was the house O'B
guest last week end of Mrs. B. W. U IDrI
Eells and .her son Ed. Dr. Lowry
is from Bessemer, Ala. Mr.
.i ,daughter
CARD -OF THANKS Mrs. C.
.from Ga
I wish to 'thank my many friends dall Air
for their visits, cards and gifts The
while I was a patient in the Munni- the Oak
cipal Hospital. sent, but
GEORGE BOYER
Undergoes Surgery Kiwa
Mrs. Leo Kennedy underwent
i surgeryy In a Panama City hospital Panc
Tuesday.
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY The Por
began lay!
WITH PARTY cake sale
cake sale
Jae Freida Joines, daughter of at their r
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Joines celebrat- The club i
ed her ninth birthday with a party be held fr
Saturday, November 7. 9 p.m. at t
Twelve of Jae Freida's friends Avenue.
were !present and enjoyed playing The 'Ki
games and delicious birthday cake, breakfast'
punch and ice cream. a huge su(
__, The Clh
Guests from California
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Hellen were Mr. Hellen's par-
ents from Oakland, California.
Attends Meeting
Rev. Edmund 0. Bradley attend-
ed the Methodist District meeting
held in Blountatown this week.
Mr. and
Attends District Meeting bin of 310
Rev.. and Mrs. Charlie Parker bi of
spent Tuesday in Blountstown on Novem
where Mr. Parker attended -the Me-
thodist District meeting. shall of I
the birth
ANNUAL MASONIC ynno
DINNER TUESDAY ML ,and
The annual Masons dinner, giv- Joe Beadc
en by the Eastern Star members a son, Qu
will be held Tuesday, November ber 3.
17 at 7:00 p.m. in the Masonic Hall |(All bir
on Reid Avenue. nicipal H
All Masons 'and their wives are
invited 'to attend. GO T(


; Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1959


THURSDAY and FRIDAY








BEmlGEDE-ARSTRONG-RGUARDIN OSiBYTiP VISTAVisW S ^ -I"

SATURDAY ONLY


and Mrs. Grady O'Brian announce the engagement of their
', Bobbie Jban to A20 Billy Joe Griffith, son of Mr. and
L. Griffith of Gainesville, Texas; A2C Griffith graduated
ainesville High School and is presently stationed at Tyn-
Force Base.
wedding will be an event of December 27 at 5:30 Sp.m. at
Grove Assembly of Go4 Church. No invitations are being
t all friends and relatives are invited to attend.


nis Cdub Makes Plans for

ake Sale Or December 5


*rt St. Joe Kiwanis Club
ng plans for another pan-
planned for December 5
regular meeting Tuesday.
is planning the supper to
om 6 to 10 a.m. and 6 to
he Seafarer Cafe on Reid
wanis held a pancake
this past spring that was
access.
ib received their annual








Mrs. Bennie James Cor-
0 Duval St. announce he
daughter Margaret Ann-
aber 8.
.Mrs. Roy Thomas M&r-
Highland View announce
of a daughter, Terry
November 4.
Mrs. 0. C. Dykes of St.
h announce the birth of
lintin Patrick on Novem-
rthe -occurred at the Mu-
lospital).
O CHURCH SUNDAY


The Touch of Fall


Deftly tailored to the new season's dictates, this
3-button Curlee model carries the crisp feeling
of fall or winter afternoons. Come in and see
what wonderful things happen to your
appearance and outlook when you slip it on.
Many other new Curlee clothes are now in stock.
Why not make an early selection?


MEN& BOY'S WEAR
MEN & BOY'S WEAR


S "Outfitters for Dads and Lads
410 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-8171


Davis Green Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sanford of Port St. Joe announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Ivy Mae Davis, to Jackie Green, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Silas R. Green of Blountatown. Mr. Green is connected
with the U.. S. Mail servi.
Wedding plans will bo announced water.


shipment of Claxton ruit cakes on
Tuesday. The cakes were distribut-.
ed among the membership for sale.
The cakes are $3.00 .each and can
be obtained in either light or dark
shades.
Any Kiwanis Club member will
welcome the chance to sell you one
or they may be obtained at Smith's
Pharmacy, Buzzett's Drug Store or
the Piggly Wiggly Super Market:
Key Club guests of the club Tues-
day were Steve Whealton and Jim-
my Wilder.


M~lUM 1414UMyiAR'Ss,*
S COLOR by OeL..e 5.p tw-r
Wilw *Burbra Nicols *SaraSu ,ae g 30 VAN FLEET


SUNDAY, MONDAY


m ALFRED HITCHCOCKS f
"NORTtH BY NORTHWEST"
M-G-M PICTURE I VISTAVSION AND METROCOLOR


REVIVAL




W oh HENRY STAMEY, Evangelist

ROY CHATHAM, Music Director



Where LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH




Wli NOVEMBER 16 Thru 22 7:30 p.m.


(Early Morning Services: Tuesday thru Saturday --7:00 to 7:35 a.m.)

-- NURSERY OPEN EACH EVENING--



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ROY CHATHAM HENRY STAMEY
Music Director Evangelist



Everyone Invited


The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors


and TUESDAY


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TABLE RITE --GROUND FRESH SOLD FRESH
GROUND 3 Lbs. .


Of course we don't have all those gadgets on cur
-Grinders, but you might suspect we did because
of the cai'e we give our Ground Beef.
Ground Beef, like any other commodity, can
be made to sell for any price.
Excess fat is only worth about 21/2 cents pe.
pound, so naturally, the more fat that is included,
the lower the price.
There are lean mnet items, such as Beef ana
Pork Hearts that cost less than the Pure Top Grade
Beef that may be included in Ground Beef -
and, of course, if they are included, Ground Beef
may be offered to the consumer at lower retails.
However, whenever you see Ground Beef
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can be sure it is made from Pure Top Quality
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1959 PORT ST. JOE SHARK FOOTBALL TEAM


FIGHTING SHARKS-Front row, left to right, Carl Zimmerman, Redd, Bob Kerrigan, Nelson Hall, Courtney Martin, Jimmy Dawson,
James Gibson, Tommy Grimsley, Wayne Stevens, Larry Davis, Ches- Bob Raffield and Jimmy Wilder.
ley Fensom, Joe Whaley, Michael McKenzie, Robbie Costin, George Third row, left to right, Coach Marion CraigiBob Munn, Drew
oyer. Hall, Willie Daniell, David Ray Musselwhite, Richard Arnold, Buddy
Second row, left to right, Bobby Burkett, Jimmy Williams, Terry Ward, Pat O'Brian, Ed Bobbitt, Gene Cox, Glenn AllIgood, *Frank
Porter, Donnie Mac Young, Freddy Bowdoin, Howard Lovette, Jimmy Griffin, Kenny Marlow, Coach Lamar Faison.
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STONE'S SHOP for MEN PATE-THOMASON Service Center BUZZETT'S DRUG STO
PRIDGEON INSURANCE AGCY. FULLER'S SUPPLY. CO. CAMPBELL'S DRUG STC
BILDWEL SUPPLY CO. GREER Standard Service Station COSTIN'S DEPARTMENT S
PLANT'S Men and Boy's Wear FLOYD CHEVROLET CO. DAIRY QUEEN
Metropolitan Life.Insurance Co. J. LAMAR MILLER, Agent FIRESTONE -- ORCHIDL
B. A. COLLIER, Representative STANDARD OIL COMPANY
HALLMARK DEPARTMENT
COOPER'S BARBER SHOP MOTEL ST. JOE HALLMARK DEPARTMENT
and DINING ROOM CT IA Y I 1UAIAN,.nC I


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Kennedy Electric & Refrig. Serv.
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f-'_IW Ai-Pbrt St. Joe, PI 61Ida THURSDAY; NOVEMBER 12, 1959
Here On Leave BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Herman Collier, A2C is spending
a leave here with his brothers and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bartee of Rt.
tamilles, Mr: and Mrs. B. A. Col- 2,. Watertohwn, Wisconsin are an-
lIer and Mr. and Mrs. 'William Col- nonlcing the birth oe a daughter
ler; Airman Collier has just spent born November 3. The baby w4e-h-
18 months with the Air Force in ed seven pounds and 14 ounces.
Korea. He will be stationed at Eu- She haas been named .Pamela Lou-
faula, Alabama. Ise Bartee. .


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ARE YOUR
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It Is the vital. nature of our
goods and services which makes
mes so Important in the public
S mind and also fair gameforat-
. tack. Indeed, factual studies free
of blas are welcome and are in .
the public interest. In view of _
hte high level of Interest In.
pharmacy, however, and the fish-.
bowl-like arena in which the profession serves, it makes sense
i' for pharmacy to speak up-to impart the facts about the pro-
fession in order to establish a favorable climate for future phar-
maceutical service. J
SMITH'S PHARMACY


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:School?- :"y ,



There are are good schools. .. and there
fre better schools. How does your child's ,
School rate? Visit his school. Sit in onr, :
Es.rne classes. Talk to teachers, principals,
students. If you feel that there is room for
1. improvement see what you can do
to help Visit your schools any time, but
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AmEICAN EDUCATION WEEK
November 8-14, 19.5-


Tappers Tell of Russian Visit To

Business and Professional Women

At the regular nmeetiug of Novem- of-taking too much for granted.
-ber 3, Mr. and Mrs. George-G. Tap-
per were dinner suest speakers. In-
'troducedd by Flarazelle Cone-ll, In
-her capacity as chairman of inter-
national public relations. ALm r
Both Mr. and Mrs. Tapper spoke
of differences in our country and .< '
the countries visited. Mrs.A'. Tpper __/ O t- lAN
mentioned the fact that we here at .. 1 uirCS
home, would learn sowe things from
the Russion people in particular,
S_ .... ..d-e, o nd ;a Service-.l Your .Doctor al Medcane.
s ereissmg education and cilutral Your Loal 'Medical Seuidbty and the
things In life -rather than material, Fioi,-. MedrEm Association.
They cited the advances in science SPEECH IN CHILDREN
nd n ed4uc a tion ac intereuIin a exam-


pies.
Of particular interest was the
Russian housing situation, the tra-
gic dying out of religion, and their
system of education, evidently In'
some ways superior -to our own.
The members of the St. Joseph
Business and Professional Women'
as well as the numerous ,guests
were left with the feeling tsat its
great to be an American but that
w could learn many things from
other countries and it people. andk
should not again make the mlsatke


Oh, say can you see., with 55% greater sky-to road vision. Th3a :fl6k,
s ,i- irig hood ri.ve l: r i.:re ru3d inIn y ..u' evir seen b elo i. l ea Wilde
Angle wnr.d;ri,,il ie: y..u up 1 l 1,' ie er li a,.0a Wider angle ol tviion
through re.ir w.nd')* lTu. i
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Children learn many things by
imitation and speaking is one ol
them. If adults imitate a child's
baby talk, he may continue talk-
ing that way. :" %
Parents should speak good
English, in a -modulated and
articulate manner, and the child
will imitate this pattern as soon
is possible. Children should
never be nagged, coaxed or
shouted at in an 'effort to get
them to talk. Speech come
naturally and the best way to
encourage correct speech -in a
rhild is to listen to him with
Interest and speak to him cor--
rectly.
Some children don't speak
learly& because they are slow
;n learning. .Some are born with
lare lip and cleft palate and
rome have cerebral palsy. Many
:hildren' have faulty speech due
;o impaired hearing.:
It is estimated .there are more
than :ive million persons in this
countryy possessing some type
if speech handicap. Defe-t-- du=
o disorder of the nervoui sys-
em are known as dysarthrias.
.)ysphasia is an impairment of
speechh in which- there is failure
o arrange words in their proper
irder. Dy-phemnia is stammer-
rig or stuttering and usually due
o psycihoneutois. Dyspcornia
pastica is tightening of the
nus.cl s of phli nation v. .hic', -, n-
rol the vocal souurnds and la.er
n life may become -an occupa-
i,nsal hazard of public speal,ers.
Many speech prollehis can be
dolved if ireaite at an early
ige. If-any signs ol 'speech im-
-pairmetit are su-pected in your
:hild, a physician -houl'd 'b c.rn-
iuited without delay.


Even 3 W fl i~'%dhiISrs have plenty 01 move-around space 1Yur ,pIc, Even-ach CLC 3till 11 UU11f~lld anlod thet r Iunk hnsIn itsm
o':ues "' !pit-i'ipotbraurrntheS mrnlura -P r~ufnorIhA Fra td~,Fr. Pc':o'e' low level! Trie latkideS si ~rileatil plaed .-
iote nait~ h ivaicln ce fai gue e a ty r unarerdti 1,, ;.t. AIri T I. l1051z7' os,.;Iris nirel. Trunk roula; 3 ,oak;'


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SHRIMP BOXES
CHICKEN BOXES.
FISH BOXES
Phone your order In and It
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Blountstown Plans

Welcome -Days

To 'date ,there are over 30 n-
tries for Calhoun Conuty's e'l-
come Home Day" parade .to be held
In Blpuntstown, November'14.
Featured with several bands will
be floats, civic club entries, and a
motorcade of visiting dignitaries.
The Welcome .Home Queen will
-make 'her first official appearance
in the parade. riding a float eon-
structed by 'her sponsor. The queen
and her court will be selected from


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a beauty contest held. Thursday,
November 12 in Blountstown. The
contest is open tcr oany single'young
lady, between 'the ages of 16 and
- who live. in Calhoun County.
The parade co nwittee. under the
leaders-hip of Edward i.Red) Parker
-chose as judges for the beauty lcon-
test Pat Thomas, in;uranae man
from Quincy; Judge Julian Lara-
more of Marianna and Divid Carl
Gaskin, a Wewahbitchka lawyer.
Judging will be. on beauty alone.
Welcome Home Day. is .Calhoun
County's first 'homecoming. The
three day event, to be -held in
Blountstown N,:vs-mber 13-15, is set
u.p through the 'sponsorship of the


Calhoun Coimty, Chamber of Corn
merce to encourige Calhoun qotm-
tlans to return -to their home aites
and to strengthen county-commun-
ity relations. The affair .is op9qn to
the ipubUc. /


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SPubll.hao Eary Thtursdy At 306 Williams Avnu, Port St. JM. Plotld
By The Star'Publllshing Compeiny
WESLEYY It hAMN^L Editor and Publisher I
Also -.,.i uoperator, Ad Man, .Floor n, Ooliuiit. reporter oof Reade
,An nd BOokkeepr .
ON YEAH.l 00. S IX-MONTHS 3.50 T NTHS $21.50
EAB JITMHRAEF-ONTS .
r "duiBURIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ter .: as ..eo -clss matter, December 19, 1987, at the Potolftfo. Po Et t. Joe.*
S i: : a under Act of March ,. 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-8161
S10o ADVERTISERS-I a ew of error or omislson in a.dVertlaamts, pthepi
.j ,,,i ,. 1 .- bem elves liabe for dlamae lrther thap mount reca d or e
S. er deme -- "
: heI spoken word is given scant Attention; the printed WordIsthoughtfully
'w*eiaghed. The spoken word baiely amert.; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
7 i spoken word Is lost; the prAited word remains.
i1-i iSTAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1469

Promise of New Industry Emphasizes
Need for Housing, Planning and Zoning
The people of Port St. Joe were again cheered this week with
the-announcement of the new Florida Gulf Fibre Company paper
mill which is locating here. The new industry is another in a
. series of new industries that have located here in Port St. Joe in
Sthe past four years and are scheduled to locate here in the next
few years.
Port St. Joe is truly becoming Northwest Florida's industrial
center.
This new industry wili supply employment for another 300
persons. These persons will necessarily come from outside Port
St. Joe. It has long been the lament of citizens in Port St. Joe
that so many people who work here live in other cities. The
warnings is now public. Port St. Joe will have an additional 800
workmen in the City by the first of 1961. These people will need.
-. places to live. If we hope to keep thpm in Port St. Joe, these
houses must be provided someway. If we do not provide the
necessary housing, we have no one to blame but ourselves if the
S.new people settle in neighboring towns.
We give praise to the Chamber of Commerce and the St. Joe-
Paper Company for their efforts in securing this and other new
industries to our town. We think it would be the top order of
business now for the Chamber to concentrate on securing hous-
img for the City. We know it takes money to build these houses.
We also know it is hard to find someone who is willing to invest-
his capital on housing now for someone who will come in within
the next year: But, surely the housing can be lined up, ready for
building as the need arises.
Careful thought .and planning should go into this housing
and also to the zoning of our city. Up until now, zoning has been
pretty much on a voluntary basis and based on restrictions set up
by the St. Joe Land and Development Compant on property that.
They have sold. A plan of zoning is now definitely needed, since
our city has promise of growing by leaps and bounds during the
Next five years. .
This City. has .always suffered growing pains and has met
:them as they-:came. about. We can not let up on our working
and planning now. We can become a model city if we will just
plan and provide good places to live foi those who will come
into our city. .


Charge of Bolita Operations Center
Should Stir Citizens to Action
SRecent stories printed in the Panama City newspapers should
make the decent citizens -of Port St. Joe hang their heads in.
shame. There is no need for us to feel angry at the Panama City
papers. They are only printing what they know to be facts. If
.we are to resent anything, we must resent our own apathy.
Several years ago The Star wrote stories on these same, lines
and several times during the past few years, we have editorially
hung our head in shame that the bolita-racket has been allowed to
apparently flourish in Port St. Joe.
Being well-known in the community, the editor of The Star
could obtain no evidence in theracket otracket other than hear-say., The
-News-Herald has .obtained evidence. Apparently this evidence is
important and provides convicting information since the State
Attorney is holding hearings with the newspaper's staff.
The neighboring newspaper has labeled Port St. Joe as head-
-quarters for this nefarious racket. Local police and County
Sheriff's department denies the prevalence of bolita operations
here in Port St. Joe that the News-Herald implied and stated in
several of their editions.
We hesitate to think that the News and Herald would have
made the charge in their news columns if they didn't have substan-
tial evidence to back up their story.
It is our opinion that we as citizens should demand a thorough
(and we emphasize the word thorough) investigation into this
matter by City, County and State law enforcement officers.
.We have a wonderful town here in Port St. Joe arid it should
gall decent citizens to the quick to see the City beginning to earn
the reputation, of being a center for any racket or Illegal practice.


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, Piggly Wiggly is tossing a big FRIDAY the 13th SALE just to PROVE that EVERY day
is a lucky day, shopping-wise, when you do your shopping at Piggly Wiggly. Top
values in finest foods in all departments. savings that'll make it possible to stock up for
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TOMATOES
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SETTER7

BE SAFE,

THAN 5

SORRY
Sometimes we
are inclined
to disregard a
minor symptom .
of illness. But
symptoms
are usually
friendly
warnings.
Taking time i
out for acc| |
physical check-up
by your doctor may
bie the best time you ever spent. If
medication is prescribed, bring your
prescription to us for prompt, cour-
teous service. It's far better to be
safe, than sorry.


Buzzeff's Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Florida

Coin and Stamp Club
Holds Meeting Thursday
The second -meeting of the re-
cently .formed Coin and Stamp Club
of Port St. Joe was held Thursday
night at 8:00 at ithe Scout Hut.
John Simpson was elected presi-
,dent, and C'harles B. Smith was
elected Secretary and Treasurer.
The regular meeting night in the
first Thursday of each month at
8:00 p.m. at the 'Scout Hot. The
club plans ito subscribe to several
of the nusmismatic magazines and
'they will be available ot all mem-
bers of the club.
Attending the meeting were
John .Simpson, Theron Russ. Ed
Bobbiltt, Billy Wager, David Hen-
derson, Charles Smith, Gayle Grif-
fin, Clyde Farmer, Bobby Hender-
son, Tommy Grimsley, Eric Ham-
mon;d and Rodney Herring. All per-
sons of any age interested in be-
coming ,a member may contact any
of the above mentioned persons for
further details.


Old Maps of Area Are Presented to M ichigan Chem. TH. STAR, Port St.- oe,- Florda TIJRSDAY, N oVM 12, 1959

To Historical Society at Last Meeting Reports Earnings 1959 Agriculture Census Questionnaires

The-regular meeting of the St. Mrs. Porter by a former resident Michigan Chemical Corporation NOW In Mail, Should Reach People Soon
Joseph Historical Society was held of Port St. Joe, Mrs. M. L. Fleishel, reported net earnings of $425,516
Saturday, November 7 in the m- s read. The a cleoncerned or 56 cents a share for thefirst Questionnaire for the 1959 Cen- date when census takers will begin
ber Room of the Municipal Build- William Grey who was the contrac- nine -months of 1959, as compared sus of Agrieuture are now in the the field canvass. The advance mail-
ing. tor to build the St. Joseph and Iola with $280,106 or 37 cents a- year nmail and will be in the hands ofwi nge h s for the purpose ofagiving
Two large 24" x 30" maps were Railroad. ago. The 1959 figure included ap-loal farmers within he fewandaysfarm pertorhe purpse of givcng
presented to the Society through Those attending the meeting were proximately eight cents a share ofit was announced this few eek by their records time to ill ins t
'the courtesy of M. F. Ohaires f Mrs. Ned S. Porte, Mrs. Ralph non-recurring profit from the sale Fiel Director Thomas W. kcWhir- answers required by theor e question-
Tallahassee. The maps were pro- Swatts, Mrs. R. H. Brinson and of capital assets. ter of ther Census Bureau'Ws MoWhg nswe re quired by the questions.
cured from The Library of Con-. Charles B. Smith, ter of the .ensus Bureau's region- naires and getting them ready for
,gress in Washington by the local' Sales of $6,602,790 for the nine- al office *at Atlanta. ithe census takers ,to 'pick up. This
'society and were enlarged ,to pres- Visitors from. Georgia mouth ,period were down from the The farm census questionnaires procedure is designed to insure
ent size by Mr. Chaires. The maps Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McConnell and 1958 level of $7,370,599, reflecting are being mailed. from Chicago, Il- [greater accuracy of reporting and
are most interesting, one being the son, Tommy and Miss Barbara Met- the discontinuance of unprofitable linois with the distribution timed ,to save time. both for the farmer
John Lee Williams "Map of West ford from Robertstowin, Ga., visit- DDT operations and the placing of so that.the report forms will reach and the census taker when the lat-
Florida, 1827, the other the Lt. ed old friends and students in Guil a defense plant in stand-by condi- farmers about a week ahead of the ter calls Tat the farm.
Powell "Map of St. Joseph Bay", County last week end. The Mc-. tin. .
1941. The Society feels they are Connells were teachers in Gulf F or h ,th,,r ,,,', +-. ne '


most fortunate to be In possession.
of these two fine .maps.-The maps
will be framed for display in e
near 'future.
A report was given of the meet-
ing of the .Northweat Florida His-
torical Society's meeting which was
held last Wednesday night at Jes-
sie Cook's Seafood Grill in Panama
City. The persons 'attending from
Port St. Joe were Mrs. Ned S. Por-
ter, Mrs. R. H. Brinson and, Mrs. J.
C. Martin The next meeting of the
Northwest Plorida Hiltorica .So-
ciety will be held in Port St. Joe
in the early part of December.
The Society voted to iprocure a
photostatic 'copy of the St. Joseph
Times dated January 12, 1839 which
contains a printing of het original
Constitution of Florida drafted at
St. Joseph. This paper is in the
possession of the Henry E. Hunting-
ton Library and Art Gallery in7 San
Marino, California-.
The St. Joseph Historical Society
wishes to thank the City Commis,
sion for 'naming the two streets on
the north land south side of Consti-
tution Park in memory of two of
-the early promoters of St. Joseph.
The names were suggested to the
City commission by rMrs. Ned S.
Porter, president of 'the St.'Joseph
Historical Society.
An interesting news clipping
from the "Tampa Tribune" sent to.


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County schools several years


ago.


THE STAR

For Job Printing It's


V*r ,j ea r UU, n 1 axi-
ings of $79,071 or 10 cents a share
Exceeded the 1958 figures of $62,-
253 and S cents, despite start-up
'costs incurred in the current quar-
ter at the company's ne wseawat.
er magnesium oxide plant in Port
St. Joe. Third quarter sales were
:2.00S.35 in 1959 and $1,949,548 in
195S.


" 1h"959 Cen&us 'of Agriculture
questionnaire is designed to provide
information on ,the number and
size of farms., acreage and 'harvest
of crops, livestock !production and
inventories, selected farm facilities
and equipment, selected farm ex-
penditures, farm values and mort-
gage debt. On *the average, each
farmer is asked about 100 ques-
tion's, many of which- can be an-
swered by simply checking "yes"
or "no".
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FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
"Holding Forth the Word of Life"
Temporarily Meeting at the High School
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
"Life In A Book"
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
"Peter the Floundering Fisherman"


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH


Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.


C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
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PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.


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FIRE WOOD


$7.50 load

CALL DUREN'S STORE

Phone BAIl 7-3171


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torney- for the St. Joe Paper Com- Ipaid attorney.


LETTERS TO

THE EDITOR

Mr. Wesley Ramsey, Editor
The Star
Port St. Joe, Florida
Dear Wesley,
I have just returned from the
City Commissibn meeting which
was one of 'the biggest farces I have
ever had the misfortune to attend.
, The meeting was ,called for the
purpose of hearing objections to
the proposed plan by St. Joe Pa-
per Company to establish a bulk-
-head line. approximately 1,000 feet
or more in front o'f pep.r,I who have
spent (what to them was .great
sums of money) to build homes on'
jHighway 98 and facing St. Joseph's
Bay. We felt that we could depend


and a


pany. In site of the fact that nearly
everyone there was against the
-proposal (except two or.'three offi-
cials or employees of St. Joe Paper
Company) the Commission voted
-unanimously for the proposal. Ob-
viously the people have no repre-
sentation on the 'present City Com-
mission-only St. Joe Paper Com-
pany is represented. I only hope
that the courts of our state have
a little more sense of justice and
fair play for the average citizen
than the -elected, officials of our
City.
I trust this will not be construed
as my being against progress or
the St. Joe Paper Company.as such.
However, I do not feel that the
Company has the legal or moral
right to take over and fill in a part


on the bay staying as God- made it. of St. Joseph Bay that has been family visited in Carrabelle Sun-
used by many people for many day with relatives.
The Commission room was filled years as a place to fish, swim, ski, day with relatives.
with people who objected to the etc. While at the same time ser-
proposed bulkhead line. At least fously depreciating the value of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Patterson and
twelve people got up and voiced the property of a great number of daughter Patsy 'attended the foot-
their opinion against the proposal adjoining property owners. ball game in Bonifay Friday night.
while several others signed *an ob- I -also feel that the elected offi- Mrs. Lillie' Kelly of Dothan is
Ejection which was filed with he cials of a city should take .some visiting her son, Mr. and Mrs. Doss
Commission and entered as a part notice of the overwhelming num- Kelly and family.
of 'the Minutes of the meeting. Al- ber who were in attendance at the Miss Dean Glass, who is attend-
though the Mayor 'asked .several meeting who were against the pro- ing Gulf Coast Community College
times for those in favor of the pro- posed bulkhe'adline as against no. in Panama City, spent the week
posal to 'speak up, no one did 'ex- one who voiced an opinion for the end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hoke Glass and family.
.. .... .. _. David Coley, Jr., is visiting
Automatic.: U friends 'and relatives in Orlando
Automatcs Usey our thisweek.'

Meter printed \ Gulf Credit n RoOm Menu

Invoices Card
Port St. Joe Elementary School
1 -Monday, November 16


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Yours very truly,
FRANK HANNON

NEWS FROM
Highland View-
By HAZEL CREAMER
Phone 7-4976
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Ayers spent
the week end in Tallahassee visit-
ing their daughter, Mrs. J. R. Baine
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Turner of
Donalsonville visited with Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Watts last week.
Mr. -and Mrs. Gene Akins motor-
ed to Panama City on business Sat-
urday.
Mr. 'and Mrs. W. T. Brannon and
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Lyle and


Stew beef with vegetables, slic-
ed tomatoes, buttered white bread,
ginger bread and milk.
Tuesday, November 17
Pork patties, rice, buttered spin-
ach, stewed prunes, white bread
and milk.
Wednesday, November 18
Hot dogs, buttered corn, cabbage
slaw, fresh apples and milk.
Thursday, November 19
Meat loaf, macaroni and, toma-
toes, celery sticks, wheat bread,
doughnuts and milk.
Friday, November 20
Hot potat .salad, cheese wedges,
green butter beans, rolls, fruit cup
and milk.
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The Tattler


Published by
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
R. GLENN BOYLES, OWner
Z22 REID AVE. PORT ST. J'E, FLA.
PHONE BALL 7-4261
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
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ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
GUY N. MIDDLETON ............-- Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
EARLINE SNELL __..._ Ladies' and Cbjfdren's Ready-to-Wear
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
ESTHER TAYLOR MARY REEVES JIMMY STEPHENS.


Mark Twain once said: "If you tell the truth-you don't have to
remember anything." This is some consolation to those of us who
may be concerned at times about our memory. Anyway, it's good
not to remember the unpleasant and easier to remember the plea-
sant. October 5, 1958 is a day Barbaraand I will long remember. We
came home after several years absence due to serious illness. Some.
thing over a year now and we've not wanted to go anywhere .
just being at home is enough. Just recently something really won-
derful has happened even though it may sound just routine to you.
A pleasant, friendly young woman around Barbara's age has taken
the interest and time to visit her and take her to a Bible'study group
that meets in various homes weekly. No one is able to assess the
impact and value of such a kind and friendly gesture. Those of us
who have had serious mental and emotional difficulties have a keen,
perhaps extraordinary need and appreciation for just plain friendli-
ness and companionship. Sincere friendliness prompted by human
love is the greatest remedy in the world for fear, frustration and
confusion. No other remedy will ever surpass its effectiveness and
healing power to humans who have temporarily lost their way In
life. The world should be truly grateful for those who have suffi-
ciently overcome fears to give of themselves wholly and freely In
simple, plain friendship and love. There is no security for humanity
without these wonderful people the salt of the earth.

One gracious lady had this to say about Boyles Betty Rose suits.
"It just so happens that I have taken the opportunity to look In the
better stores in several large cities for a suit. I didn't see anything
that I liked in fit, style or fabrics. This is by far the best value I've
seen, and it fits. I'll take it". Thank you for being so frank, Mrs. A.
We didn't mention that you were so pleased with the moderate
price-about 25% less than you would pay elsewhere. Ladies, bet-
ter hurry on Betty Rose suits and coats stocks will soon be
depleted.

Our employees are Interesting people Guy Middleton likes
to sell Warren-Sewell suits and Happ suburban coats and Jackets
. Mrs. Taylor gets a kick out of selling men Rand shoes, Van
Heusen sport shirts and Lee Chetopa Twill pants We call ready-
to wear Earline Snell Lay-away Snell she's chalking up
lay-aways for Santa Gladys Gill keeps a keen eye for Sans Soucl
and Phil-Maid lingerie customers, infant's wear, purses and hand-
bags. Loyalty and hard work gets things done smoothly and thorough-
ly. It seems fitting to use in closing these three rules for a happy-
and useful life by Pierce Harris: "Love your work love people


S. love the Lord". S'long.


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BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
cottages. $45- per month. Ander. FOR REIT: House at Beacon HJl.
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tfc PFurlished. Contact Silas R. St2ne
Phone 7-7161 .tfc-10-.22
FOR RENT: Oneand ,two bedroom
attractively furnished apart- FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
ments. Cool in summer, n warm in house $40.00 per month. Phone
winter. Gas heat, window fans. 7-5341. Frank 'LeHardy. tfc-11-5
They have to be seen to be appre- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
cited. Also nice Trailer parking house. Call 7-7771 after 4 p.m.
,pace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. WI- or week ends. J. D. Clark. ,tfc-11-5
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail- ,I e.
er Park, White City. ttc-8-20 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnshead
house. 530 Fourth:. St. See Em-
mette Daniell at 528. Fourth St. or
phone 7-5396. 2tp-ll-6
FOR EXPERT FOR RENT: 2 homes at St. Joe
Beach. One 2-bedroom nicely fur-
nished. 1 3-bedroom nicely furnish-
Electrical Repairs ed. Call Bud Owens, Phone 9-1109
and FOR SALE: 3 bedroom masonry
SI ..- a I-house. Hardwood floors, closed
Contracting carport, landscaped. 905 Garrison
Ave. : 4tc-
C Trc FOR SALE: 2 bedroom well built
IT'S house. Mexico Beach. Phone
9-1113; W. Buckloh. ttc-10-1
ALL EI l ECTDI MEXICO BEACH RENTALS
SWALLELECTRIC 1 bedroom fu.misheq apts. $40.00
Ser month. 2 bedroom furnished
OMPA e apts. $50.00 to $60.00 per month.
.. COMPANY 2 unfurnished 2. bedroom apts.
DIAL BAII 7-4331 $60.00 per month. Residential and
DIAL BAcommercial lots. Terms. Duplex tfor,
sale, good income, terms.
MEXICO. BEACH OFFICE
C. M. 'Parker, Reg. Real Estate Bro.
Phone BAll 9-1121, Port St. Joe
Mail: Box 123, Mexico -Baech Sta.
I AB ~Panamna City, Fla. -
CITY CAB.
FOR SALE: 3 choice corner lotsat
White City. Adjoining-, canal. See
Day and Night Braxton Ward or call 7-3316. tfc-
Service FOR SALE
3 bedroom home on Bellamy Cir-
cle. 3 months old. Pay owner's
.equity.
SA 1 4 new bomes being'built on Bel-
Phaone 7-2001 lamy Circle. FHA financing. To be
Completed within next 30 days.
Lots at St. Joe Beach. Small
down payment. Small 'monthly pay-
ments.
PRIDGEO'N AGENCY
For Expert 411 Reid Ave.. hone 7-7741
A II n TV FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
RADIO and V with 65 hp. motor. Sleeps two,
head, galley, $1200.00. See B.. Roy
"REPAIRS Gibson or call' BAll 7-5771._
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. Pric-
Cl l ed to -sell. Hardwood floors. 322
Call Fourth St., Call 7-8591. tfc-11-12
FOR SALE: Piano. $150.00. Call
I | l| I 1 MMrs. Matthews, Cape San Blas. 2
BAII 9-1756 FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house t
SWhite City. With 8 lots. Reason-
'able. Call BAil 7-8708. 4tp-11-12


FOR SALE: To0p soil and clay. Call"
Bud Owens, Phone 9-1109. Htp
CHRISTMAS CARDS: Personal and
business with name Imprinted.
Assorted and religious boxes. See
Mrs. Jacquelyn Quarles before No-
vember 16. tfc-10-15
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
apartment building on rear of
lot. 2 bedroom unfurnished apert-
ment upstairs, 2 bedroom furnished
apartment downstairs. Contact Rev.
A. 0. McKeithen, 1207 Llsenby Ave.
Phone PO 3-2440, Panama City, Fla.


FOR SALE: 14-foot Lone Star Mon- ailie. The nSharkas second score
terey with 35 hp. Big Twfn Evin- came early in' the second quarter
rude motor. Complete remote con-. after the Sharks had stopped a
,trol equipment. Heavy duty trailer. Bonifay drive on- their own 15 'as
All like new. Take up payments. Br own 15 a
Wimberly Pontiac Co. Phone 7-3411. Ed Bobbitt covered a Bonifay tum-
ble. On the first play. Mann tossed
WANTED: Young ,female collie. il nD el
Contact Mrs. W. C. Forehand at a screen "pass to Willie Danlell
BAIl 9-1621. Ito who romped 85 -yards to score.
F V a .b. r Muno ran 'across for the' extra
FOUND: Valuable ring at football pInt. Another e drive by the
Field after Bay High football ,oint. Another nice drive by the
game. Owner may have by denti- Sharks- featured a beautiful 45-
tying and paying. for this ad. Con- yard pass by halfback Jimmy Wil-
,tact John McKenaie or phone BAl d'er, who laid the ball right into
7-3071. 4tp1028 the hands of Buddy Ward who was
SEPTIC TANKS 'pumped out. Call brought down on the Bonifay 5-
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for yard line. This drive was halted by
quick expert service, ,tfe a pass interception by Bonifay-in
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE. the end zone. However, Bonifay
Meetings at- Moose Hall, :310 was forced to punt and the Sharks
Fourth St. Meeting nght -every scored again with a 39-yard run by
ther Monday. Willie Daniell for his second TD.
THERE WILL BE a regular corn- Mun passed to David Musselwhite
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and for the extra point, 'and the Shark's
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. led 20-0 at.half time.
The Sharks scored in the third
quarter on a 5-yard dash by Nel-
ED McFARLAND, W. M. son Hall that climaxed a long
ROY L. BURCH, .Secretary drive. In thwe fourth quarter, Fred-
All Master'Mason's cordially Invited die Bowdoin scored on a keeper


SAMARITAN LODG9 No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third.
Fridays, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged ato attend.
Noble Grand: Chris Martin
Secretary: W. H. Weeks
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. Robert L.
Creamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R.
Maige, Secretary.


play that covered. 25 yards. Willie
Daniell kicked the extra points af-
ter. both of these scores, and the
game ended" with 'the Sharks in
front 34-0.
The S'harks big homecoming tilt
will be tomorrow night with the
tough Quincy Tigers. If the Sharks
can get all thelr first line boys to-
gether at one time, 'they will give
the Quincy team -a good run for


IF YOU ARE. INTERESTED in their money. But if the injuries
saving money see us for anything that 'have plagued the Sharks for


the past three weeks continue; the
home team will be in-for a rough
night.' Quincy blasted Chipley in
their last outing 28-0 'and the
Sharks lost to the same Chipl'ey
team 13-7. But it .will. be remem-
bered that the Sharks were play-
ing that game without the first
team quarterback and fullback. We
believe that the Sharks will make
A good showing If these boys can
all be back into the line-aulk
THE YARDSTICK


St. Joe Bon
9 _.. First Downs -.......--...
182 Yards rushing ...........
170 Yards ,passing ...--......
352 ..... Total yardage ..-........
16 ...-..Passes Attempted ....
9 .. Passes completed --
1 ... Passes intercepted --
3 ..---.... Fumbles.Lost ..-...-..-
70 Yards penalized "
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CARD OF THANKS
We would like to take this oppor-
.tunity for expressing .our heart-
ifelt thanks and appreciation to .the
many people of Port St. Joe who
were' so 'kind and thoughtful to us
at the death of our husband .and
son.
May God's blessings be with you.
MRS. JOHN KOCHEM
and Family
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
WISSIS V. ROWAN,. POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Thursday nights
8:00 0p.m, 'American Legion Home.
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Football
(Continued From- Page 1)
Bonlfay drew the opening kick-
off tosss but couldn't get going
against 'the Shark defense and were
forced to punt.' Jimmy Dawson
brought the punt to the 45 where
Daniell and Bobby Burkett com-
bined forces to move the ball to
the 15. where quarterback" Bob
Munn tossed a pass to Buddy Ward
for the .score. The point attempt


iHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, 'NOVEMBER


Vdunteer Fire Department Names

New Officers;Sets "Ladies'Night"l

The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire R c Told
Department elected .their officer RotaIry Club Told
slate for the coming year Monday About Weather St
night at the fire station. Abou
Charles Wall Was elected to be- Like many' others, the
gin his fourth year as fire chief. Club talked about the wea
Joe Stevens was elected first assist- their meeting last Thursd
ant and R. H. lBlzey, second assist-- anike many others, the c
ant. Wesley R. Ramseyr was elected a weather expert to join
pump chief. t he conversation.
The .department laid plans for
their annual "Ladies Night" ban- Harland Kerr, ,a meteoro
quet which will be held on Decem- from the new Apalachico
ber 11 at the Episcopal Parish other station spoke to the c
House. presented the plans now uE
A committee composed of Joe for ma'kig .the Apalachic
Stevens and G. L. Scott was ap- tion a, tracking and report
pointed to work up plans for the tion for Guilf of Mpxico sto
Fire Department's float for the an- Kerr said. that the Apal
nual Chamber of Commerce Mer- station is now installing th
chant's Division Christmas parade weather-tracking radar
on December 4. cover, a 300 mile area in it
Sand inland to watch for bh
B lke their and provide warning
*U k.ea. area.
(Continued from page 1) Kerr said that most weal
sections to the project by the fact .
that any future, fill action would
ruin the view of waterfront from
their .property and from Highway .
98. "
Mayor J. L. Sharit then took the.
floor expressing his 'appreciation + "
for the intt-r-"st 'shown by 'those
present.
Mayor Sharit stated that his 'was
the first home to be build on Con-
stitution Drive and that at the time
it was built he was well aware that
he did not own property beyond
Highway 98 and had no claim on
it or its water front value. Sharit
'said -he felt -that the est abli.sl ment
of the bulkhead would be in. the
best interest of the community. He
stated that his thoughts were not
dictated by the Comiipany nor did
he think any 'other Company cial had his thoughts so dominated. GIFT CHII
LI-think the company gives their
employees credit for having sense
enough to do what is right", Sharit .
stated.
Sharit went on to 'say that Port
St. Joe needs home sites for new
people that will come in to our
city in the next few years. Sharit
edited the St. Joe Paper Company's
record for building and improving
the colimaunity. "Ask yourselves
what you have personally done to,
improve the community." Sharit CH I N
saif. "There sits the man who has
done more for Port St. Joe's pro- by Naritae
gress than any other man", said 53 piece set
Sharit, pointing to Harry H. Saun- AO 0-
ders, Paper Company Vice Presi- 69.95
dent. Sharit went on to state, "It Open Stock
cannot be said that the St. Joe Pa-
per Company doesn't hive the in-
terest of the community at heart, GLASS WA
and it was still thinking bf the com-
-munity's interest when this request-
was made". Sharit concluded. by
'saying that "through helpful works
we can build -as good a city as there
is in 'the state and make it a bet-
ter place in which 'to live".
Mayor Sharit then called for the
question of whether or not the
Commission wished to 'approve or by Libby
reject the bulkhead request. Com-. Select now while stock
missioner Watson Smith made the more, plentiful
motion to accept the bulkhead line
as proposed. Commissioner I. W.
Duren seconded the motion and all Lay-Away
five Commissioners voted in favor.
The request for the -bulkhead
line must now go to the State In- St o
ternal Improvement Board for fur- I b o0
other hearings before the line' is a-
tablished.
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ay. But
lub had
them in

)rologist
la wea-
Club. He
inderway
ola sta-
;ing sta-
lrms.
achicola
he latest
sets 'to
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for Gulf County coming out of the
Tallahasseo office.,
Kerr said that as soon as an eof-
fective method of communications
can be set up warnings of. Gu lf
storms will come '.to Port St. Joe'
and Gull County from the Apala-
chicola station.
Kerr predicted cold clear weather
for the Port St. Joe area last week
end--and you know-he was right.
Guests of the club were Dick
Stanley, New Orleans; Paul Swan,
Pensacola; Bud Wesson, Apalachi-
cola 'and John Story from Port St.
Joe High School.


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NOTICE OF ELECTION
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DIST- Bloo DBUnk
RICT7 NO. 1, GULF COUNTY, (Continued From Pae 1)
IFLORIDA' Coninue rom
Pursuant to Section 230.39 of the Professional Women's Club to set
Florida School Laws, notice is up a station at their first aid for
hereby given that the next Regular typing volunteer donors.
Biennial Election in Special Tax St Joe Paper Company, Wedne.-
District No. 1 (county wide) is call- so Pp Comp
ed for Tuesday, the 8th day of De- 'day afternoon, November 11, First
comber, A. D., 1959, for the said Aid.
district 'to determine ,the rate of Michigan Chemical 0 o m pany,
millage to be assessed and collect- Thursday 'afternoon, November 12,
ed on the property therein for the
nfxt ensuing two (2) years, and to First Aid.
elect three (3) trustees for the dis- Vitro, to be announced.
trict for the next ensuing two (2) Apalachicola Northern Railroad,
years (no two trustees shall be to 'be announced. "
elected from any one School Board,
Member. Residence District). All The U. S. Coast Guard has fur-
quialified elector residents within nished the names of their person-
said district (county wide) who anei and blood type.
pays taxes on real and personal In addition, the Municipal Hospi-
property and are otherwise quali-
fied according to law, are entitled tal will type free, all volunteer
to vote at said election. It is de- donors, ages 20 to 50, male or fe-
termined that ten (10) mills will .male, on Tuesday, Wednesday and
be necessary to maintain a uniform Thursday mornings at the hospital.
,system of Florida school's within
said district.,
Precincts 1, 2, 3 and 4 will vote Butcher Loses Finger *'
in City Hall, Wewahitchka. The
pollholders are Mrs. Leona O'Neal, At Piggly Wiggly .
Clerk; Mrs. Annie Cook, Mrs. Mar- Charlie Roberts, butcher at the
vin Pitts and Mrs, Rose Campbell, Piggly Wiggly Super Market cut off
Inspectors. hir
Precincts 5, .6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 willhis eight index finger on a meat
vote in the City Hall in Port St. saw at the local Super Market Mon-
Joe, with the following poll hold- day morning.
ers: Mrs. Hazel Ferrell, Clerk; Roberts said he didn't know how
Mrs. Harold Chafin, Mrs. Zola Mad- the accident happened. He had been
adox and Mrs. T. 0. Richards, In- cases Mony morn
specters. filling the cases Monday -morning
ATTEST: and his hands were cold and.numb.
Thomas A. Owens The finger was in .the saw before.
Suerinten itfe he knew it. He lost his finger at
Chairman .st11-Ihe second knuckle.


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12, 1959 tons have been using 'te same ra-
dar used by the Air Force. A new
type radar has just been develop-
-ed for weather watching' only and
this new set is being installed at
Apalachlicola.
Like otherGovernment agencies
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