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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: January 21, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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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"


TWENTY-THIRD YEAR


jORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1960


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BusinsU U')'~t'c


NEW POST OFFICE BUILDING is now completed and ready for occupancy. Postmaster
C. L. Costin says that the office will probably be moved by February 1. Equipment for
the new building has'-not yet arrived and Cost[n says occupancy of the new building will be
governed by arrival of the equipment. (Star photo)



Dr. Joe Hendrix Picked To

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Church Attendant

For last Week

-FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School
Training Union
Worship Services

LONG AVENUE BAPTIST
Sunday School
Training Union
Worship: Services .....-

CHURCH of the NAZARENE
Sunday School
Worship Services

WHITE CITY BAPTIST
Sunday School
Training Union
Worship Services --.....

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
.Sunday School
Worship Services

HIGHLAND VIEW BAPTIST
Sunday School
Training Union
Worship Services. ------------..

Oak Grove Assembly of God
Sunday School
Christian Cadets
Young People
Worship Services -------

HIGHLAND VIEW METHODIST
Sunday School
Evening Fellowship ..-....---
Worship Services .-----

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School
MY F
Worship Services ......------.......

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Sunday School
Worship Services

ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL
Church School
Young Churchmen
Worship Services


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Boating Course Is

Offered To People

Classes in boat safety, piloting
and navigation will start Thursday,
T'anarv 91 in the FloriTda Power


District Office

Established For

Census Work

Establishment of a district office
for the 1960 Census of Population
and Housing at 213 N. Palafox St.,
Pensacola, was .announced this
week by Director Thomas W. Mc-
Whirter of the Census Bureau's re-
gional office at Atlantt, Ga.
'William Palmer of Pensacola,
will be supervisor of the district of-
fice. He will direct a force of 31
crew leaders and 502 census takers
in Bay. Calhoun, Escambia, Frank-
lin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jack-
son, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, Oka-
loosa, Santa Rosa, Wakulla, Wal-
ton and Washington Counties.
Taking the 1960 Census nation-
ally will require the services of 160,-
000 enumerators, 10,000 crew lead-
ers, and 400 district supervisors, .all
temporary workers. The district su-
pervisors, working under the gen-
eral direction of the permanent re-
gional field directors, are respon-
sible for all phases of the census
in their districts, Duties of the dis-
trict supervisor include the recruit-
ing of the crew leaders, obtaining
space for crew leader training, re-
cruiting and training a small office
staff, reviewing the completed ques-
tionnaires, and direct supervision
of the field canvass which begins
on April 1.
Prior to the start of the census,
all households will receive in the
mail an Advance Census Report
Form, a new census-taking dveice
which is designed to speed up the
field canvass and provide more ac-
curate *statistics. Distribution of
this form, which contains the basic.
population and housing questions,
gives the family a chance to as-
semble information .about each
member in advance of the census
taker's visit.



Douglas Rogers Is
Burned In Fire

Douglas Rogers of Wewahitchka
received painful burns about his
legs Tuesday morning at the St.
Joe Land and Development Com-
-- -- -an qupen. rpirdeo. hr..


.U.L.I.- ........... -.,....... pany equipment repair depot here.
Lounge. This announcement was According to witnesses Rogers
made this week by Harold Odom. had made himself a warming fire
The lessons will be taught by the in a bucket.while he was working
U. S. Power Squadron at 8:15 pm. in a parts shed. Somehow the buck-
All who are interested are invit- et was knocked over and a can of
ed to attend. There will be no mineral spirits overturned at the
charge, same 'time, The 'mineral spirits
caught fire burning Rogers and
Tuesday Guests catching the parts shed on fire.
The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Mrs. Dwight Marshall. Sr., of Department was called to extingish
Apalachicola and Miss Miriam the fire.
Marks of Apalachicola and Wash- A Comforter Funeral Home am-
ington, D. C. spent Tuesday in Port balance carried Rogers to the Mu-
St. Joe as the guests of Mr. and nicipal Hospital where he received
Mrs. Ned Porter, treatment for his burns.


E Tom Prid geo Wll Head


GulfCountyy arch-of ims


Earl Tom Pridgeon, Sr., of Port -
St. Joe will serve as campaign dl- o -
rector of Gulf County's New March .
of Dimes, it was announced this .
week. ...
Pridgeon is a Port St. Joe busi-
ness man, operating The Pridgeon '' "
Agency, a local insurance and real "'
estate agency. .
He will head an organization of
volunteer workers who will seek -'
funds in January for The National
Foundation's rboad-scale attack on
bWrth defects, arthritis and polio.
These three cripplers, -according to
the campaign director, 'affect one
in every four U. S. families
"Both birth defects and arthritis
are among the most cruel of crip- .
pling disorders," the March of
Dimes 'director said "In birth de- "',:.


j, A I fects and arthritis The National ".- "
Foundation has taken on health .. '
challenges of -major proportions.
.The Board of Directors of the Some 250,000 infants, or one in 16,
Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce are born each year with significant ,
selected the slate of officers to birth defects. Arthritis and rheuma-
serve this organization for the year tism are the nation's number one
1960 at their regular meeting Mon- criers ,afflicting more than 11
day night at the City Hall million persons. And because of 2
Dr. Joe Hendrix was elected to public apathy regarding the Salk .
serve the Chamber as president for vaccine' polio contlnu t be a
the coming year. Hendrix' term as costly, heartbreaking problem.
a director was terminated this past F conquering these cripplers
year. However, director Tom Col- The National Foundation will .use ..
arHwe ethe same weapons used so success-
dewey tendered his resignation as the same weapons used so succes- E. To
a director due to .extra duties he fully in the polio fight. These wea- .. M
had for the coming year would pre- pon are research, patient aid, and
training for more -ofesslonal di- /IU euI
vent his attending the director's aeigh e
sea e,^SS flgh. "Uncle uChiaie" Me
meetings. The Board then elected sease fighters "
Hendrix to finish the one year re- Pridgeon said that the March of
mining in Coldewey te anDimes drive in Gulf County raised Away Early W edne
then elected him president $1,600.00 last year in its drive. "I
Other officers elected to posi- feel that we should raise ths muchAlen McClellan, 75,
tions of leadership by the Board and more this year". Charles Aren McClellan, 75,
were: Martin J. Begley, vice-pres- Although the drive is a wdek or known in this area as "Uncle Char-
ident and S. L. Barke, Secretary- two late in getting underway, Prid- lie" 'passed away Wednesday morn-
geon is calling on all he will con- ing at 5:30 a.m. following a lengthy
Directors serving the Chamber tact for the project to give him illness. He had lived in Port St.
for 1960 are Josephrving P. Hendrix, E. good cooperation for a quick, suc- Joe for 25 years and for a long time
o r o, r cessful conclusion of the drive was connected with the St. Joa
Tom Pridgeon, G. F Lawrence, Hardware Company as bookkeeper.
Martin J. Begley, Herbert C. Brown, Mr. McClellan suffered a stroke
George Wimberly, Jr., Sidney R.
George Wimberly, r. Sidney an y SMa several years ago and has .been in
Robert E. K annon Bzzett and Rotag. ry Hearill health since. Another seizure
'The installation of the new offi- N t Guard Talk ednesda y month. caused
cers and the annual reports will be death.
Funeral services for C A Me-
at a dinner meeting for all mem- Funeral services .or C, AM-
bers and prospective members Mon- Captain Robert L. Howell, Corn- Clellan will be held this afternoon
day, February 8 at the Centennial manding officer of A Company, Ri- from .the First Baptist Church with
Building. The meeting will begin fle Battalion, Florida National the Rev. C. Byron Smith, pastor
ot R0.nn0 m Guard of Apalachicola spoke to the officiating. The services will be


Sharks Down

Apalachicola

Bob Munn led Port St. Joe to a
57-41 basketball' victory 'Monday
night here over Apalachicola's
Chapman High. This was the sec-
ond win for 'the Sharks over their
Franklin County adversaries in the


Port St. Joe Rotary Club last Thurs-
day at the club's noon meeting.
Captain Howell said the Guard's
motto is "The National Guard Is
Always Awake", and went on to
explain the training procedure of
the guard 'to back up his statement.
Howell said the Guard stands
ready, trained and equipped for ac-
tion at all times. Officers of the
guard undergo sustained training
both active and through correspon-
dence.
Local Guard members attend


past two weeks, work drills each week and two
Munn hit for 16 points followed weeks of camp training each year
by Buddy Ward and Jimmy Wilder to maintain a high efficiency rating
with 13 and 12, respectively, as a combat team.
Archie Bartley led the Chapman Howell 'said that the Apalachi-
High Sharks in -the scoring column cola unit, which contains several
with 17 points and Milam Blood- men from Port St. Joe, made the
worth added 11. highest grade of any Guard unit in
The St. Joe team put on a scor- Florida just recently.
ing spree in the first quarter with Howell said any young man may
16 points while Chapman High join the Guard. He.must .be at least
could hit for only two, a senior in high school and must
Score by quarters: be able to go for .six months active
Apalachicola 2 8 11 20-41 duty training within 12 months. If
Port St. Joe 16 14 12 15-57 he is out of school, he must be
St. Joe fg ft tp Apalach fg it tp ready to go or the training period
Munn 6 4 16 3 B'worth 4 3 11 within six months. Howell said that
Ward 5 3 13 j Bartley 8 1 17 the training drills each week are
M'white 4 1 9 1Hen'son 2 2 6 a must for guardsmen. This train-
Wilder 6 0 12 Scarabin 0 2 2 ing, he said, is what keeps the
Dawson 1 3 5 i Chumney 0 1 1 Guard, "always awake".
Allig.ood 1 0 2 Guest of the club was Bill Pacey
of Leavenworth, Kansas
The Sharks will play the Marian-
na Bulldogs here in the local gym-
nasium tomorrow night. Guests of Moneys
Next Tuesday night, the Sharks
-1iii go- of an!m4,,yto piy t!


will go to Panama City to play the
Bay High Tornadoes.


Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Money
.have as their guests this week, Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Rooks and little
daughter Cheryl of Marianna. Mrs.


Elementary PTA

To Meet Tonight

, William Winters. president of
the Port St. Joe Elementary PTA
said this week that this organiza-
tion will meet tonight at 7:30 p.m.
in the Elementary School auditor-
ium.
Winters said that for the pro-
gram, Thomas A. Owens, Superin-
tendent of Public Instruction will
speak to the PTA about what mon-
ey is available for expenditure by
the schools and just where the
money goes. The PTA is expected
to ask the Superintendent of Pub-
lic Instruction for several small im-
provements in classroom equipment
at the Thursday meeting.

Send 'he Star To A Friend


:Clellan Paoss

sday Morning


Monument Ave;

Fifth St. Affected

The City Commission met Tues-
day night and took up one impor-
tant item of business-that of re-
zoning two areas of property in
Port St. Joe.
M. P. Tomlinson and Silas R.
Stone appeared before the Commis-
sion asking for the change in zon-
ing.
The change would have to be
made in the present city zoning or-
dinances which designate the pro-
perty in question as residential
property.
Stone and Tomlinson first asked
that the 'area on both sides of
Fifth ;Street, 140 feet 'back from
'the street on both sides be desig-
nated as "Business District" from
Long Avenue to Knowles Avenue
Knowles Avenue lies East of Gar-
rison on the East boundary of the
city of Port St. Joe.
The duo also asked that the
Commission designate property ly-
ing for 200 feet on the East side
of Monument Avenue from Fifth
Street to Tenth Street be designat-
ed as "Business District".
A third request was that the pro-
perty lying on the Bay side of
Baltzell Avenue from First Street
to Fifth Street and on the Bay side
of Monument Avenue from Fifth
Street to Tenth Street be designat-
'ed as "Industrial Area".
The Commission took no official
action on the matter but set up a
,public .hearing for Tuesday, Febru-
ary 9 at 8:00 'p.m. for discussion of
ithe request.'
Tomlinson had appeared at the
Commission meeting two weeks ago
with virL. :y tbtL same request
saying that he was reasonably sure
of being able to develop some of
this property for business purposes.


held at 3:00 p.im. Burial will be in
the family plot at Holly Hill Ceme-
tery. High School Sets
Pallbearers will be nephews of Eva|
the deceased, Percy Corbin, Jack Evaluation Day
McClellan, Lynwood McClellan,
Vincent Boggs, Cecil Costin, Jr., Principal Leroy Bowdoin of the
Bernard Pridgeon, Jr., Earl Tom Port St. Joe High School announced
Pridgeon and Harland Pridgeon this week that the High School will
Mr. McClellan is survived by his have an evaluation day Saturday,
wife Alma of Port St. Joe; one January 23 for parents to 'talk to
daughter. Mrs. Erline Moore of teachers. The evaluation day will
Panama City; three sisters, Mrs. be held from, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00
Alice Boggs, Mrs. Florence Pound rnoon.
and Mrs. T. J. Corbett, all of 'There will be no school Friday
Elountstown and one brother, John January 29 in the Port St. Joe
H. McClellan of Blountstown. schools. Teachers of both the Ele-
'Comforter Funeral' Home of Port mentary and High Schools will be
St. Joe is in charge of arrange- attending a teacher's meeting on
ments. that day.


A Young Churchmen
th l Goes To Conduct Services

In T ackinSunday night, at 7.00 p.m. the
Episcopal Young Churchmen will
The fourth Gulf coast missile conduct the evening prayer and
tracking range at Marco Island sermon. Donna Underhill will de-
near Naples will be fully opera- liver the sermon. Bob Munn and
tional next June, the Air Research Chesley Fensom will serve as aco-
and Development Command said lytes. Bill' Fite will read the les-
Monday. son. Other youths of the church
The $850,000 facility for .testing will fill the choir.
Bomarc, Hound-dog, decoy and All young people are invited to
short-range missiles fired from Eg- take part in the service. All mem-
lin Air Force Base will be manned 'bers of the church and friends of
by 46 Vitro Corporation personnel. the church are invited to attend.
The other three major missile An offering will be used to help
tracking stations are located at pay pledges made by the Episcopal
Cape San Blas, Ancote and Cudjoe Young Churchmen to the Juhan
Key. Youth Fund.


Dempsey Barren Tells Kiwmiis That Voters Must

Choose On Election Day To A Good Government


Representative Dempsey Barron
of Panama City spoke to the Port
St. Joe Kiwanis Club Tuesday on
the great need of our state for
good government. Barron asserted
the greatest need was for a good
government.
"It is impossible for the individ-
ual or even news media to be pres-
ent for every thing that goes in
every phase of government It is
impossible to see over the should er
of every government official to ob-


is in the best interest of the peo-
ple", said Barron. "It therefore be-
hooves, us to pick the right man
for our governmental positions".
said Barron. He asserted that the
"right man" will take care of our
problems of good government.
Barron said that another prob-
1'em is the branching out of govern-
ment into all fields. "Increased gov-
ernment activities will mean in-
creased taxes". Barron urged the
,selection of a man who will be


participation projects. Barron said
that all these things were especially
pertinent with election day so close
at hand.
Guests of the club were R. W.
Norman, John Large, Ray Simpson
and Lou Getter all of Monticello;
Horace Carr, Martin Crabtree, Ira
Hill, John Paul, Pat Culp and Sam
Morgan, all of Panama City and
Wayne Childers, Don Gardner, Rich-
ard Thompson of Port St. Joe High


serve his every act to see that it wise in selection of government School.


NUMBER 17


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Melody Rebekah Lodge No.22 Installs

Mrs. Addie Goodson As Noble Grand

Mrs. Addi.e Goodson was install- Grand Warden of the Grand Lodge
ed as Noble Grand of Melody Re- of Florida were present and gave
bekah Lodge No. 22 on the evening greetings of inspiration and cour-


of January 8, at the Lodge Rooms
at American Legion Hall in an im-
pressive candlelight service that
was attended by Rebekahs and
their friends from Port St. Joe,
Panama City and Lynn Haven, Ft.
Pierce and St. Petersburg. Mrs.
Eleanor Marschick, president of
the Rebekah Assembly of Florida
and Mrs. Hugh Lee Mick, vice-


age.
Other officers installed at this
time were: Mrs. Lois Daniell. Vice
Grand; Mrs. Mary Weeks, Record-
ing Secretary; Mrs. Hulean
Thames, Treasurer; Mrs. Jessie
Forehand, Chaplain; Mrs. Voncille
Miller, Color Bearer; Mrs. Eliza
Lawson, Right Supporter to Noble
Grand; Mrs. Juanita Poitevi.nt,


president; Mrs. Olive F. Crosby, Left Supporter to Noble Grand;
past president and DeWitt Crosby, Mrs. Gladys Boyer, Right Support-


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See -presented the members of her
family: Mrs. Jimmy Avant, Jimmy
Avant and Kenneth Avant, her
daughter, son-in-law and grandson
and Carl Goodson, her husband.
There was a very spontaneous re-
sponse, from the audience when
hen many friends and sister Re-
bekahs -each gave her congratula-
tions and best wishes.
Mrs. Goodson presented gifts to
the installing staff .
More than 100 pepole enjoyed the
bountiful buffet style dinner that
proceeded the installation ceremon-
ies.

Guest of Millers
, Mrs. Paul E. Ward of Fitzgerald,
Georgia was a recent guest of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Lama.r Miller.


Cire 4 Meets

The First Baptist Circle Number
Four met Monday, at 3:00 p.m. in
the home of Mrs. W. I. Carden with
five members and two visitors pres-
ent. The visitors were Mrs. F. T.
Gordon and her daughter Terri.
The devotional was given by Mrs.
C. A. McClellan on "Youth Delin-
quency" and "Lawlessness".
Presenting the program were
Mrs. W. M. Chafin and Mrs. Ruth
Keels, who developed the program
of "Togetherness" with scripture
taken from Judges 7:19-23.
A good report was ,given from
each committee during the busi-
ness meeting.
Mrs. H. F. Ayers dismissed the
meeting with prayer.
A delightful social hour follow-
ed the meeting.
The next meeting of the Circle
will be held in the home of Mrs.
Ruth Keels on February 15.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our deep
appreciation for your concern and
prayer for our father and husband
during his recent illness.
MRS. A. R. TOMLINSON
and family
STO CHIC- -SU- ND-'
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
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TH~ STAR, F~ort ~t, Joe, ~ol'lda THURSI~AV, JANUARY al, 19O~


Mrs. Elizey Feted

At Stork Shower

Mrs. R. H. Ellzey was the hon-
oree at a surprise stork calling
shower Friday, January 15.
Hostesses were Mrs. J. 0. Lucas.
Mrs. Warren Settlemire, Mrs. Rich-
ard Saunders, Mrs. Bruce Weeks
and Mrs. Kay Clark.
Many guests called during the
appointed hours, of 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Attending were: Mrs. J. L. Dom-
icey, mother of the honoree, Mes-
dames 0. C. Dykes, Wayne Butt-
ram, Wesley R. Ramsey, Jack Ham-
mock, Roy Burch, J. B. Hattaway,
D. Sykes, John Dickey, Rus Rust,
B. F. Daughtry, Harry Dowden, E.


H. Vanlandingham, James Yadon,
Ml. H. Elder, Ashley Coatin, C. G.
Costin, Sr., J. C. Martin, C. Byron
Smith, Milton Chafin, W. J. Her-
ring, Rochelle Jackson, J. L. Shar-
it, J. 0. Lucas, W. K. Settlemire,
Richard Saunders, Kay Clark, Bruce
Weeks, David Mims, Chester Ed-
wards, Frank Pate, F. F. Nelson,
C. G. Costin, Jr., Vance Rogers and
Miss Alma Baggett.
JUNIOR SHARKS TO BE
HONORED WITH BANQUET
The Junior Sharks football party
will be held Thursday. night (to-
night) at 8:00 p.m. at the Stac
HIous.e building.
The banquet isL sponsored by the
mothers of the team members.
GO TO C-HURCH SUNDAY


FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
PHONE BAllI 7-8801
"Holding Forth the Word of Life"
Temporarily Meeting at the High School
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
"Great Words of Scripture-Sanctification
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
"How Are You Building?"


M cMillan, Left Supporter 'to Vice
Grand; Mrs. Lessie V. Byrd. Insile
Guardian; Mrs. Pearl Whitfield,
Outside Guardian 'and Mrs. Viola
Walters, Mrs. Alice Hall, Mrs. Vir-
ginia Smith and Mrs. Anna Adams
as Altar Bearers; Mrs. Marie Wynn
musician and Mrs. Nora Beasley,
financial secretary.
Mrs. Lucille Williams was elect-
ed Past Noble Grand. She presid-
e-l in a very gracious manner and
gave greetings to the members jf
the Lodge and guests. She thankeli
her corps of officers for satisfying
her every need with "everything
kind in word and deed". She then
introduced the many distinguished
guests presents then gave gifts to
her retiring offices. She then s.a!-
rendered 'her chair to Mrs. Wilma
Roebuck, District Deputy President
of District 2 and asked that her of-
ficers give their seats to the in-
stalling staff, which in addition to
Mrs. Roebuck was composed Of
Irene Moorman, Deputy Marshall;
Mrs. Flora Long, Deputy Warden;
Mrs. Stella Chestnut, Recording
Secretary; Mrs. Edna Hunter, De-
puty Financial Secretary; Mrs.
'Margaret Land, Deputy Musician;
Mrs. Ailene Hightower, Deputy In-
side Guardian; Mrs. Marian Pip-
pin, Deputy Chaplain
Mrs. Aliene Hightower presented
Mrs. Williams with her Past Noble
Grand jewel. She was given a gift
from the Lodge and many personal
gifts.
This has been a glowing year for
Rebekah, Odd Fellowship in Port
St. Joe and recognition was given
to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehand
for having given a lot on Highway
98 for the erection of a hall. They
donated the handsome stations for
the Chaplain, Vice Grand,. Past No-
ble Grand and Noble Grand. Mr.
and Mrs. Emmett Daniell were
cheered for having supplied the p1-
ano which is considered indis-penst-
able. C. W. Long was given a vote
of thanks for the beautiful altar
which he. built.
Mrs. Goodson, in addition to her
official escort was complimented
by her young grandson, Kenneth
Avant who gallantly pinned an or-
chid corsage on her dress. Her
Speech of acceptance was filled
with gratitude and sincerity in
I which he expressed her desire to
lift high the principles of Odd Fel-
lowship and challenged her officers
and members to uphold her admin-


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THE STARf, Port .' Joe, FIla THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1960 Tgranted until the County received, questing the County to grant, said 13oard pay the municipal hospital .thence in aS
the 100 foot right-of-way from the petitioner the right to construct a of Port St. Joe $34.50. The clerk tion to the
IU. S. Government; that much time pier in the Gulf of Mexico at Mexico was directed .to pay Dr. Philip B. the Gulf of -i
Minutes of the unanimously carried, that the Board and some expense have gone into Beach and filed a copy of the ap- 'Phillips of Pensacola $60.00 as his -dering along
retain Mr. David C. Gaskin as At- securing the 100 foot right-of-way proval o said pier by the U. S fee in a Gulf County Juvenile case. for a distance
County Commission torney for the Board, from private land owners that said Army Engineers. The plans and All payrolls for the month of De- in a Northe
ed by Commisioner Strickland and road crosses, and without the right- plat of the proposed construction cember were approved and ratified the South ri
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA unanimously carried that the ser- of-way froifi the Government. the was also filed. After discussion, a paid. State Road
January 12, 1960 vices of Florida Engineer Assoc- balance of the right-of-way would there was a motion by Comm Crox- There being no further business way 98); the
The Board of County Commis- plates ,be retained as Consultants to be useless, ton, seconded by Comm. Strickland to come before the Board. the meet- direction alo:
sioners- of Gulf County, Florida, the Board. After discussion, there was a mo- and unanimously carried, that the ing adjourned. dary line of
met this date in regular session There was a motion by Commis- tion by Commissioner Cooper, sec- Board grant tentative approval of ATTEST: for a distan
with 'the following members pres- sioner Croxton, seconded by Comm. onded by Commissioner Croxton said application, subject to a pub- George Y. Core Geo. W. Cooper aforesaid prc
net: George W. Cooper;, Chairman, Strickland and unanimously car- and duly carried, that the County lie Hearing to be held on February Clerk Chairman foot in width
E. C, Harden, Sr.. A.J. Strickland, ried, that the Board retain C. E. grant the following ri.ght-of-entry 9, 1960, at 9:00 a.m., CST .- the seashore
Coleman W. Tharpe, --and G. S, Daniell as Supervisor of the Mos- agreement as requested by the U. Comm. Tharpe discussed the pos- NOTICE TO PUBLIC of DeSoto St
Croxton. The Clerk, Sheriff, Engin- quito Control Department S. Army Engineers, insofar as the sibility of the County purchasing The Board of County Commis- tion to Bea
eer. Road Superintendent and 'Mos- Commissioner Cooper told the County has the right to grant such 'voting machines and said that a sioners of Gulf County will hold a from across
quito Control Supervisor were also Board that it has been a pleasure a right. but that the agreement not great number of people have been public hearing at 9:00 a.m., CST of State Road
present. to serve as Chairman during 1959 be delivered .to the Corps of Engin. asking him about this matter and February 9, 1960, on the application dary lines of
The meeting came to order at and then expressed his apprecia- eers in Mobile until the County has urging him ,to get the machines. and petition of Walter W. Owens, were extend
9:00 am. tion for the wonderful cooperation written proof from the U. S. Gov- He said that he was in favor of requesting the Board to grant him right-of-way
The minutes of December 8, 1959, he received from each member of ernment that the 100 foot right of purchasing the machines because Ipermission to construct a pier in 30 to the seas
were read, approved arid adopted. hte Board and other officials as- way across all Government lands the majority of those voting in the the Gulf of M.exico at St. Joe Baech land lying a
The Board notified the Clerk to sociated with the Board. between State Road 30 to Cape San special election voted for the coun- the abutting property is owned by Addition to
discontinue welfare payments ,to Commissioner Harden was then Bias will be granted to the County, t ty to purchase the machines. Comm. the Petitioner and is described as ing to the
Idus Gla.s, due to recommendation seated as Chairman, .after which he to-wit: Strickland said he was under the follows as
by State Welfare Board, Last pay- thanked the Board for electing him PERMIT FOR INSTALLATIONS [opinion that if the question was All that certain tract, parcel or
ment to be made this date. to serve as Chairman during 1960 UPON RIGHT-OF-WAY carried in the election, that tue All that certain tract, parcel or
The Farm Agent presented his and asked for the same coopera- T h e undersigned, hereinafter County was to make the purchase plot of land lying Southeast of
monthly report for December and tion the Board extended to the past called the "Owner", grants to the The Chairma said that the voting State Road No.30 (U.S. Highway
the same was ordered filed, chairman. United States of America, herein- machine question was voted on at- 98), and described more particu-
The Chairman announced that Commissioner Tharpe thanked after called the "Government", a I ter hte present budget was adopted larly as follows: Commencing at
the next business, would be to elect the Board for electing him Vice- permit for installations upon Cape ond that no appropriation was made .the Southeast corner of Lot 1, in
a chairman and vice-chairman for Chairman. San Bas, Florida, access road, to- in said budget for voting matches Block 3, of Yon's Addition to
the year 1960. The following committees were gather with the right to entry there- therefore this matter will have to Beacon Hill; thence 100 feet in a
Whereupon, there was a motion appointed for 1960: on upon the following terms and. be considered before the next bud- Southwesterly direction across
by Commissioner Croxton, second- Roa d Committee: Strickland, conditions get is adopted. State Road 30 (also U. S. High-
ed by Commissioner Harden and north; Croxton, south. 1. The lands affected -by this per- There was a option b Comm way 98) to a point on tfhe South Wi
unanimously carried, that Commis- Mosquito Committee: Cooper,. ,nit are located in the State of Te ec a motnd by omm. right-of-way line of said high-
sioner. Cooper act as Chairman dur- north; Tharpe, south, tFlorida. County of Gulf, and are CoSrckland, seconded ,y Comm. way for a point of beginning. OU'
ing the Board's organization for The Clerk mtoldthe Board that described as follows deooper and duly carried, that the from the point of beginning, I N:
1960. the U. S. Army Engineers Mobile A strip of land 40' wide, beginn- iN
Commissioner Harden was unani- District, called .to notify the Board ing -on the South right-of-way I
mously elected Chairman for 1960- that the U. S. Government will give line of U. S, Highway 98 and I (
by motion of Commissioner Crox- the. 100 foot right-of-way across all running westerly approximately ((
ton, seconded by Commissioner' Government lands from State Road 1.5 miles along the existing Cape
Tharpe. 30 to Cape San Blas as requested San Blas Access Road to a point
Upon motion by Harden, .:..ondi- 'b this Board and then requested on t he East line of U. S. Air
ed -by Strickland and unanimously he County to execute the Right-of- 'Force property. San dstrip of
carried, the Board elected Commis- Entry Agreement for the USA to land being 20' on each side of
sioner Tharpe as Vice Chairman improve and maintain the present said access road, measured from
for 1960. 40 foot road now being used by the the center line thereof.
SCoast Guard and Air Force. 2. The Owner hereby grants to .
Whereupon -there was a motion The Engineer told the Board that the Government an irrevocable; "" /
by Commissioner Strickland, sec- the Right-of-Entry Agreement ought right to enter upon the above ref-
onded by Commissioner Tharpe and not be turned over to the U. S. En- erenced lands at any time within .
unanimously carried that the Board gineers until this Board is furnish- a period of ten (10) years from
retain Mr. Lloyd Whitfield as Road -ed with written proof that the 100 the date hereunder in order to im- a '
Superintendent for 1960. foot right-of-way will be forthcom- prove said access road. All instal- ] -
Whereupon, there was a motion ing: That this Board and the U. S. nations placed upon .said access i
by Commissioner Tharpe, second- -Engineers have heretofore agreed road by the Government shall be
de by Commissioner -Croxton and that said agreement would not be and remain the property of the '
Government and may be removed --
therefrom by the Government at i- --
S/ any time within a reasonable per-
iod after the -expiration of termina-
tion of this permit. -
3. The Government shall have the -
$ C 1 riglt during the existence of this
-- permit to make any repairs to said PAY BILLS BY A c-d
access road as it -may deem nec-
essary. This. right shall not be con- CHECK FROM HOME .
strued as a mandatory obligation
of the Government, but rather an Paying your bills by check not '
elective right to make repairs. Paying your bills by eck not
4. The Government shall have the only saves you time and inoonven-
INV_ right to terminate this permit at ience your cancelled checks "**-
any time, providing written notice provide you with legal proof of pay-
thereof is furnished the owner a
A minimum of 15 days in advance of ment.
the effective date of termination
-.S S g5. All right, title and interest In Open your checking account here. ..-
& said access road -shall be and re- Start now to take It easy.
Get your entry blanks at your / -main the property of the owner, ex- -
cerida Power Corpt as set out in paragraph 2 here- -- YOUR FRIENDLY BANK -
Florida Power Corp. Office / of, but reserving to the Govern-
Supermarket or me/ nt, its officers, agents, employ- .
Appliance Dealers ees, and assigns the right to use Florida Bank at Port St. Joe
c s said road at any time jointly and
S concurrently with the general pub- Member FDIC and Florida National Group
Sponsored in this Area by lic. endMember FDIC and Florida National Group
Sponsored in this Area by The B oard accepted a ditch ease-
FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION meant from Calvin C. Maddox, said
and ditch crosses parts of the S% of ---
and NE%, Sec. 33, T 5S, R11W.
Hon, Cecil G. Cot in, Jr., Attor-
ney and agent for Walter W, Ow-
ens, presented an application ye-


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PONTIAC- ONLY f W I.
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WIoMBERLYP AC A.
PORT ST. JOE FLORIDA Corner of Second St. and Monument Ave.


Southwesterly direc-
high water mark of
W-exico: thence mean-
the high water mark
e of 70 feet: -thence
asterly direction to
right-of-way line of
30 (also U.S. High-
ence in a Northerly
ng the South boun-
said State Road 30
ce of 70 feet. The
cperty is a seventy-
h strip .extending to
immediately in front
street in Yon's Addi-
acon Hill, Florida,
the right-of-way line
d 30, as if the boun-
said DeSoto Street
ed from the South
line of State Ro3d
shore. The aforesaid
and being in Yon s
Beacon Hill accord-
official plat thereof


on file in the office of .the Clerk
of Circuit Court o Gulf County,
Florida.
Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County, Florida
BY: E. C. HARDEN, Sr
Chairman 4t-1-21
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ci aching Mo
"If you can answer no to
tile questions -inside, be
'licnkful! If you must an-
vswer yes, take hope!"
American mothers will carry
this message.. to over 30 mil-
lion homes, this. month. The
mothers, volunteers in the an-
nual Moth4iers March for the
New March of Dimes, will be
seeking information and, sup-
port for The National Founda-
tion's fight -against birth de-
fects, arthritis and polio. These
cripplers, initial targets in The
National Foundation's cam-
paign to prevent crippling dis-'
ease, affect the lives of one of
every four American families.
Two Million in March
An estimated two million
women will join the nation-
wide mothers' appeal for facts
nd funds. In most communi-
ties they mothers will march
.Thursday,:-evening, Jan. 28,
bringing. toe.a climax the New
March of Dimes January cam-
paign...
SThe' mothers will present
-each household with a copy of
"Door: Count," a concise fact-
finding folder in which a .fam-
ily may indicate if any of its
,members has a birth defect,
arthri-i r 'polio 'and how
'many have had three or more
Salk 'vaccine. shots. Each fam-
ily record will" be confidential.
..Salk Shot Reminder
The Mothers' March door
.co.unt~ ill -focus family and
comnniuity,' attention on the
majority.' of Americans still
'.vifthout Sal: shot protection
against paralytic polio. It will
remind the unvaccinated to
-:tart shots in time for summer
polio protection and it will
in.lp' i --,'-i nit 'plan local
p. ograms to further encourage


'hers to Collect Facts, Funds LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR
CHECK If yes wrte number
C : of persons who were:


NO YES


Told Not told
by doctor by doctor


1. Does any person in this household have arthritis?


2. Was any person in this household born with a defect?
3. Has any person in this household had polio?
4. How many persons live in this household altogether?
5. How many persons in this household have had 3 or more Salk polio shots?
number
1f you care to give your name, please do so. Thank you for your help.


First Middle initial Last
ADDRESS
ADDRE No. nd Stret City or town State
SEAL HERE
This questionnaire will go to more than 30 million homes in e'
part of the country to provide information about three cripp
diseases that affect one of every four American families.


the widespread use of Salk
vaccine.
Although the house-to-ho-u.e
poll is in no way planned as a
statistically valid survey, fhe-
sum of information taken in
the door count will provide a
working estimate of the num'-
ber of persons suffering fr.-n,-,
arthritis; the number born
with birth defects and the
number who have been vi-
tims of paralytic polio. Thi:
tabulation will help guide Na-
tional Foundation county chap-
ters in formulating local pro-
grams to aid the disabled.
Mothers making the hou:-'-
to-house door count will al-:.
seek contributions to the N..
March of Dimes for its attal' :
on birth defects, arthritis and
polio. The New March of
Dimes is combating these dis-
abling disorders with the same
effective weapons used to con-
quer paralytic polio: medical
scientific research to find
causes, cures, preventive; pa-
tient aid for- medical care; and
training for medical workers
needed to treat the sick and
disabled.


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Two million mothers like this one
will condvict a house-to-house
door count this' month seeking
information and support' for the
New lMarch of Dimes campaic
against birth defects, arth riti
and polio.


*and Mrs. Ivey Cooper. Rita is the
St dent iouncil Announces Citizen of ndM Ioe oo h
St. entouncl. announces n secretary of the Senior Honor So
-1: '* clety and a member of the annual
the Month For Port St. Joe High School iet
Bobby Burkett, the son of Mr.
The Oitizen of 'he Month was of the Future Homemakers of and Mrs. G. L. Burkett of Simmons
electeivlast -week by the student America. Bayou. Bobby is the president of
body.' The- Student Council spon- Joel Barbee, the .son of Mi* and the Senior class. Bobby participat-
z'ors -thi. every n-onth of the school Mrs. Herman F. Barbee. Joel- is ed'in football and baseball. He is
year. It 's.-a-privilege to be nomia- playing basketball on the 'B' team, a member of the Sportsman's Club
ated for this award. jand he is a member of the gym and Intramural Board.
Those nominated from Junior club. Elected from Junior High was
Hig -were: Those nominated from 'Senior Joel Barbee. Elected from Senior
Betty Skipper, the daughter of High were: High was Bobby Burkett.
'Mr. And Mrs.. Richard Skipper of! Connie Chason, the daughter of ---- ---
Highland View. Betty's favorite Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Chason of Port Mrs. Shealey In Hospital
subject is English and her favorite St. Joe. She is the captain of the rs. W. Shealey, who was op-
hobby is watching television.. band, and is the president-of the. rated on Monday morning at the
Lorraine White, is the daughter Senior Honor Society. She is also Sacred Heart Hospital In Pensa-
of Mt, and Mrs. C. E. White of St. the editor of this year's annual -,,' o ^ reported to be recovering
Joe Beach. Lorrane reported to be recovering
Joe Beach. Lorraine is a member Rita Cooper, the daughter of Mr. rapidly.


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Chevy's new torsion springs and Sturdi-Bilt design
are changing everybody's ideas about how much
work a truck can do. Last year's schedules are
out-Chevrolet trucks ride faster over the rough
runs to get in more trips a day! Big repair bills
are no longer a problem-Chevrolet trucks soak
up punishment that means downtime to other
makes! And trade-in time's put off for extra
thousands of miles-'60 Chevrolet trucks stay
new like never before!


New Dollar-Saving Prices
Step-Vans, 4-Wheel Drives, many
light-duty models with automatic
transmissions-all are lower
priced. Prices have also been
reduced on all optional V8's.

New Torsion-Spring Suspension
Eliminates I-beam shimmy and
wheel fight! With torsion
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brand-new, smoother, easier
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New rear suspensions include
wide-based coil springs in most
light-duty models; tougher
variable-rate leaf springs in
medium- and heavy-duty models.

Electronically Balanced Wheels
Front wheels and tires are bal-
anced at the factory. Helps make
that new ride revolutionary!


5 Johnson Ave.
Portsmouth, Va.
Jan 4, 1960.
! Dear Wesley,
Santa Claus, being my daddy, had
a very wonderful gift sent to me
this Christmas, one I will treasure
Sthe whole year through. It is my
home town paper, "The Star".
I have two reasons for looking


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A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine;
Your Local Medical Society and the
Florida Medical Association.
RESTORING LIFE BY
HEART MASSAGE
Since prehistoric time, one of
the obvious signs of death has
been the stoppage of breathing.
The restoration of breathing-
and therefore the prevention of
death by asphyxiation-is called
resuscitation.
Until recent years, attempts
at resuscitation have been made
largely by artificial respiration.
Today, however, the heart beat
is receiving attention as the
prime indicator of death. Even
when the heart has stopped
beating, life is being restored
in many persons through mas-
sage of the heart.
.The first successful restora-
tion of-the heart beat by cardiac
massage was accomplished in
experimental animals as long
ago as 1874. In 1902, the first
human whose heart had stopped
beating was revived by massage.
Two years later, a girl whose
heart apparently had stopped
during brain surgery was
brought back to life by mas-
sage. In 1926, Doctor Chevalier
Jackson successfully resuscitated
by heart massage a man who
suffered cardiac arrest during
an operation.
In operating rooms heart mas-
sage has been accepted as a basic
technique for resuscitation when
death seems apparent. Artificial
respiration is not overlooked in
these cases. In fact, the term
cardiorespiratory resuscitation is
used to mean a combination of
restoring the heart beat and the
breathing.
Although there have been
widely reported cases of emer-
gency on-the-spot heart mas-
sages, most cases of cardiac
resuscitation occur in the opera-
ting room where equipment and
trained personnel for heart mas-
sage and assisted respiration are
immediately available. Time is
of the essence in cases of car-
diac arrest, for the stoppage of
blood circulation to the brain
for more than five minutes usu-
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New Cabs-Wider, Safer,
More Comfortable
Many models are a whole 7
inches lower (without sacrificing
road clearance), so it's easier to
hop in and out of cabs. Still
there's more space inside: more
room for hats and hips, more
foot room with suspended pedals.
Cabs are safer, too; new build
makes them 67 % more rigid.


Plus Improvements
All Through the Line
A new steering linkage system
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f'HE QAla P~it Jo. Fi4m TI.4R11AY. JANUARY 21.19W


forward to Thurs ay now. IS aPya ** --ni*. V "~ -- Jo-, -0- ----,----- -- --_
day and the da y"The Star" is de-
livered to my door. When it arrives spray every three or four days to eettlas wil often root successfully
I drop everything and sit right prevent petal blight. Consult your if planted directly into the ground
down and read every single line of county agent as to best material where you want them to stay. Tri-
it. It is thrilling when you are so to use. New and better insecticides ple Fireball is a good variety.
far from home to see familiar aces are being introduced constantly. You may plant roses if you failed
and names in .print. Poinsettias may be cut back and to get them in earlier. Trees and
You are doing a. wonderful job pthe canes cut into lengths and shrubs can be planted now. also.
Wesley, as editor, and I am proud rooted. Cut into pieces about 18 Mrs. J. C. Arbogast
to have been a classmate of yours., inches long. Place cuttings about Corticulture Chairman
Best regards to Frenchie and the half its length in deep sand. In a Azalea Garden Circle
children, few weeks leaves will appear. Poin- -- ------


Please keep the "Stars", coming.
They are the next best thing to a
letter from home.
Sincerely,
Bunny (Martin), Zeigler


Garden Notes

JANUARY
(These Garden Hints are pro-
vided by the Port St. Joe Gar-
den Club, Mrs. Thomas Moon,
president)
First of all look back over the
past year, review your mistakes
and find out why. Consult your
county agent, he has some answers,
books and bulletins. Some things
you must find out by trial. It's fun
to experiment.
Then look forward, make plans
and preparations.
When azalea buds 'begin .to show


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Sen. Spessard L. Holland, of Florida, leads the- 1960 New March of
Dimes with a visit to Sharron Holmes, of Lakeland, who was born
with ci oopen spine. New March '- Dr.ir: ':;;-s ae b-inj used to
fight not orly birth ,dc;s, but .. ca.:. :; c:J C2--. io.


Jelhovaha Witnesses

Education and Counsf

Jehovah's Witnesses of Port St.
Joe announce the arrival of E. R.
Brame, circuit minister and repre-
sentative of the Watchtower So-
ciety, who is sponsoring a full week
of Bible education and counsel in[
Christian education and service.
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Mr; Brame
meets the Witnesses at the King-.
dom Hall in Apalachicola for in-
struction in improving the Ministry
School. At 8:30 p.m. R. W. Grey-!
nolds of Port St. Joe climaxes the
service meeting with a demonstra-
tion on the theme, "Increasing
Knowledge for rie Ministry". This
session is especially designed to
show the need fori proper selection
of reading material for the home .
and family. "If we are' careful in
providing nourishing natural food
for our .bodies," says Mr. Greynolds,
"then why should we not give even
more consideration to the selection
of our spiritual diet, especially so in
view of the seriousness of the times
in which we are living?"
Friday, 8 p.m, Mr. Brame visits
the schdeuled Bible study held at
121 Second Avenue in Port St. Joe.
The topic under consideration is,
"Why God's Will Must Be Done On
Earth".
Sunday, 3 p.m. Brame speaks to
Jehovah's Witnesses assembled at
the Kingdom Hall in Apalachicola
on the timely topic: "Walking
Wisely In A Wicked World." At
4 p.m. the Witnesses discuss "The
Seeking of Peace On Earth". All
'persons interested in examining


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E. R. BRAME
the Bible's. answers are welcome
to these sessions.

JUNIOR GIRL'S AUXILIARIES
TO MEET IN PANAMA CITY
The Northwest Coast Junior Girl
Auxiliaries will hold an Association-
al meeting Monday, January 25 at
7:00 p.m. CST at the Northside
Church in Panama City.

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Florida Citizens


Floridians dug deep in their pock-
ets to pay a tax bill of $2,367,225,-
000 during the past fiscal year to
federal, state and local govern-
ments, the Florida State Chamber
of Commerce said this week.
Indications point to a five per
cent increase during the current
year which ends in mid-1960, the
State Chamber added.
Making up a tax bill last year
were federal collections of $1,147,-
281,000 and an estimated amount of
$275 million in "hidden" federal
taxes; state collections amounting p
to $521,944,000; county collections


of some $235 million and the muni-
cipal "take" of $188 million
Over the five-year period, 1954-
1959, federal taxes gained 53 per
cent; state taxes were up 63 per
cent and county and municipal
tixes increased 58 per cent.
Last year's total divides ou. to
$524 for every resident of Florida,
.nen, women and children. This.
amount is 19 per cent more than
the per capital tax ,paid five years
ago.


Although over the past decade
per capital taxes have gained ap-
preciably faster than per capital
Income, during the last five years,
rates of gain in ,taxes and income
have been virtually arallel, the
State Chamber ,pointed out.
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Visits Parents
Mrs. Art Phurrough and little
daughter, Eve ,of Denver, Colo., ac-
companied Mrs. Phurrough's aunt.
Mrs. Bob Best to. Mobile, Ala., last
week end, where they were met by
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Marshall and
journeyed on to Port St. Joe for a
short visit. Mrs. Phurrough will be
remembered as the former Kather-
ine Marshall.
O TO CHURCH SUNDAY


THE STAA, Port St. Joe, Florida tHWURSbAY, JANUARY t1, 100


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BAPTIST TRAINING UNION__ 6:15 p-a.
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log will be -offered in the Evening
Division if 12 or more requests
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it is possible to arrange for .an in-
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lege students are offered ten cur-
ricular offerings in Business Ad-
ministration, Education, General
Education, Institutional Food Ser-
vices, Ministerial, Pre-Dental, Pre-


rus, Counseling Techniques. Credit
Union Management, Dramatics,
Flower Arranging, Individual and
Family Income Tax, Interior Decor-
ating, Investments and Securities,
Marriage and Family Life, Mobile
Home Park Operation, Newswriting
Workshop, Pre-School Child and
,the Nursery School, Reading Im-
provements or Salesmanship. The


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Gulf C(ast Community College To

Offer 29 Subjects In Spring Session

Students desiring to enroll in 'sire to enroll during the period of
the Evening Division at Gulf oCast February 1 to February 4-the last
Community Junior College during date to register for the spring .se-
the Spring Semester will have a master.
selection of 29 course offerings on Courses at Gulf Coast Community
a Monday through Thursday eve- College may .be taken on a credit
ning schedule, or non-credit basis. Students wish-
The curricular offerings range ing to receive credit for their
from six courses in business to course instruction will' be required
two courses offered in the fields to submit an application for admis-
of English, Science and Education sion, a transcript of high school
and Psychology. Five mathematics work showing graduation or an
courses will be available, four so- equivalency diploma or a transcript
cial science courses, four foreign from the last college of attendance,
language classes and three course a personal data sheet, a health cer-
offerings in Music and Art. tificate an da residence affidavit.
Because of the new language re- All regular classes may be taken
quirement being introduced, at on a non-credit basis. Students who
Florida State University, a begin- plan to enroll for non-credit in reg-
ring course in either French, Ger- ular college courses will be requir-
man or Spanish will be offered e- ed to complete the application
pending on the demand by stu- forms for admission. submit a
dents, health certificate and a residence
Registration for evening classes affidavit.


or 'the eighteen-week semester
should be accomplished by begin-
ning students on Thursday eve-
ning, January 21. Returning stu-
dents will register on Monday eve-
ning, January 25, or on the evening
of their first scheduled class. Re-
gistration for the Evening Division
' will be completed on or before
Thursday evening, January 28. A
$5 late registration fee will be
charged for those students who de-


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and Pre-Medical. Two terminal pro- SA 1
grams are offered: Executive Sec T H E A
retaryship and General Business.
The college is a member of the
Florida Association of Public Jun- PubiluIed Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenu, Pert St. Jae, Florl"
ior Colleges, Southern Association I By The Star Publsehing Ceohpay
of Junior Colleges and the Amerir- ESEY R. M SE-T Editor and Pubher
can Association of Junior Colleges. Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Golumalat, leportel., it id
Fees for attending the college on and SeokkoW
a credit or non-credit basis are de- DNE YEAR. 300 SIX MONTHS L50 THREE MONTHS gZJ6
termined by the class hours the SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYL IN ADVA
.student desires to carry. A three Entered as second-lamatter, D19, 19 at the Postefe, t St. .
Pllorida,.under of Vera $3 .179.
hour class which meets one evening DIAL BA 7-1811
a week for 18 weeks would cost
$3.25 per hour for a Bay County TO ADVERTISERS--ea cMe of arror ir omissions ina at, th poaH*n
per hour or a Bay Cdo not hold thwaselv lable tor damage further th"e axont recivedfo r oo h
.student or $9.75 ,plus a library fee advertisiment.
of' $2.00. A laboratory fee of $3.00 The spoken word to given scant attention; the printed wold to tbhotHMly
is charged for Biology and Chem- wegh The po pokken w b te loted wotrd thorouy e s.
istry courses. These fees plus the
cost of the textbooks, and in some I
cases a workbook, constitute the Spring Semester. during ,the Spring Semester will be-
cost of the course. Classes in the Evening Division gin at 7:00 p..m. and dismiss at
Gulf Coast College desires to second section of the short course 9:45 p.m. For additional informa-
meet the individual needs of the 'in Real Estate Law sponsored by tion, contact Dr. Thomas B. Met-
community by offering college lev- the Bay County Bar Association calf, Director of the Evening DITvI
el, non-credit short courses. If 12 and the Panama City Board of Real- sion, Gulf Coast Community Col-
or more students are interested, tors, will be offered during the lege.
there is a ,possibility of offering .__
such non-credit short courses as
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Stone's Annudal Brand Name Clearance

Sale Still On Prices Even Lower

Jesse Stone is continuing his an- this week than they were last weel
nual fall and winter brand name on many items in the store.
clearance sale through this week. That fool Jesse is selling men's
Jesse belongs to that select group slacks that regularly sell for $7.95
of Port St.. Joe citizens who needs to $15.95 for only $4.99 to $9 99
cash to purchase his new spring Just a little more than half price
and summer lines for his store. To This also includes his fall and win-
get this cash, he is offering unheard ter weight pants.
of bargains (for the long green in Jesse is still selling any shoe in
his men's store, the store for only $10.00. And to
A slow walk through the Stoneo top this off, there is one group of
Shop for Men will give you ample shoes tucked back in the corner
evidence that Jesse has again put that is going for $6,99. These regu-
his red pencil to work. If you can larly sold for-$13.95, Less than half
imagine it,.prices are even lower price.


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1 Sport coats and suite offer biga
savings too. There is one group o Mrs. Ramsey Hosts Circle Meets With
sport coats at Stones'that is selling 1
for $9.99. These regularly sold for WSCS Circle I Mrs. Grimsley
$25.00. You can't beat that for bar-
gains. Suits are only $15.00 when
k you buy one at regular price. Bring Circle No. 1 of the Methodist Circle One of the WSCS of the
a buddy and split the cost. If you WSCS met in the home of Mrs. Ed First Methodist Church met in the
a haven't got a buddy and don't need Ramsey, Monday at 9:30 a.m. home of Mrs Joseph Grimsley on
5 but one suit, Jesse will' sell you The meeting was called to order January 18 at 3:00 p.m.
' one for $39 99 Still a whopping by Mrs. J. L. Sharit, chairman of Mrs. A. S. Chason opened th.e
'. bargain in a good suit ithe circle. The opening prayer was meeting with prayer. Mrs. Robert
led by Mrs. W. D. Jones. Kerrigan presented the program,
Stones' still has just a few of Mrs. J Lamar"Miller brought the "Meditation on Brotherhood" assist-
n 'those school color jackets left. The secretary's report and Mrs Jake Be- ed by Mrs G. S. Croxton who gave
o deluxe $19.95 jacket with wool tor- lin gave the treasurer's, report. the scripture reading and by Mrs.
f so and leather sleeves are going Ms. Joe Hendrix, chairman for H. W. Griffin.
for only $11.99. There is still a few the Methodist Men's supper, stated Refreshments were served to 13
- of the sweat shirt style jackets left plans for the meeting to be held on guests. Mrs. Lamar Jordan was wel-
too These have zipper fronts and January 23. comed as a new member and Mrs.
are just the thing for these nippy J. S. Moore as a visitor.
days Jesse said he would even sell Mrs. Leonard Belin read the The meeting was closed with the
some of these jackets to girls, too .scripture taken from Isaiah and led WSCS benediction.
A smart item for casual wear for in responsive reading. Mrs. James -----
both sexes. Harrison was in charge of the pro- a M
Over by the cash register, where gram, givnig the lesson, "Your YOUng mato00 S
Jesse stays,, you will find a counter Light Has Come". Mrs. J. L. Sharit
of U. S. Keds casual shoes for the ended the program with a prayer. Circle MeetS
low, low price of $3.99. Sporting The group then sang "Walk In
activities, summer beach play and the Light and then were served re- The Young Matron'c Circle of the
casual. -Wear will prove the worth freshments by the hostess. First Baptist WMS met at the home
of these shoes Visitors present for the meeting of Mrs. Virginia Arnold Monday of
Shorts, shirts, ss hoes, suits, so. were Mrs. W. D. Jones, president f this week The meeting was called
jackets, coats-you name it, Stone the WSCS, Mrs. Tillman of Atlanta, to order by Mrs. Arnold.
jackets, coatsyou nme it, Stone Ga and Mrs. Paul E. Ward of Fitz- Mrs. John Rich read the devotion-
7-- --- gerald, Ga al and 'Mrs. Jadine Ellis gave the
prayer. Mrs. Lou Taylor read the
The meeting was closed with the minutes of the previous meeting
WSCS benediction, and took up the offering.
-The Royal Service program was
Mexico Be h discussed and explained to the visi-
M XiCO B c n tor, Mrs. Wanda Scott. Mrs. Ann
VHolland gave the closing prayer
S and the meeting was adjourned.
SCSOrganizeThe Circle received a new mem-
The Woman's Society of Chris- ber, Mrs. Ann Holland
7ou would like? Chances are tian Service -of the First Methodist
Church of Mexico Beach was organ- Long Ave WMU
d facilities are helping those Ized in December at the home of L
.Mrs. John Castleberry, with the in e
following charter members: Mrs. In Business Meet
W. 0. Cathey, Sr., Mrs. W. 0. Ca- The Long Avenue Baptist WMU
they, Jr., MIrs. Barney Early, Mrs. held its Januray business meeting,
TO US NOW! Sam Harmon, Mr's. George Holland, Wednesday evening at 6:30, with


J. L. SHAmT, President and Director

HARRY H. SAUNDERS, Vice-President and Director

WALTER C. DODSON, Vice-President and Cashier

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Port St. Joe


Florida


---- See 'FORD STARTIME" in living color Tuesdays on NBC-TV ---


Mrs. -John Kochem, Mrs. John Cas-
tleberry, Mrs. Edward Gould and
Mrs, James Chewninng. Elections
were held as follows: Mrs. W. 0.
Cathery, Jr., president, Mrs. Ed-
ward Gould, Vice-President; Mrs.
John Castleberry, treasurer and
Mrs. James Chewning, secretary.
The first meeting of 1960 was
*held on Wednesday evening. Jan-
uary 6 in the home of Mrs. W. 0.
.Cathey, Jr., President. Mrs. W. 0.
Cathey, Jr., and Mrs. Edward
Gould, Vice-President, were in
charge of the worship program.
Two new members, Mrs. E. V.
Robinson and Mrs. Don, Elliot, were
received in 'this meeting making
a total membership of eleven. Mrs.
C. H. Shepherd was a visitor.
Meetings are held on the first
Wednesday of each month at 7:30.
The next meeting will be in the
home of Mrs. John Kochem.
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has it and its on sale.
If you are the sleepy kind, Stone
can outfit you with ,pajamas, robes,
bathroom slippers, etc., all at un-
believable prices.
Go by and look. You will be con-
vinced that Jesse is earnestly try-
ing to raise cash. He would apprec-
iate if you would leave a little of
yours with him. (adv.)


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PHONE BAHI 7-5431


the president, Mrs. Durel Brigman,
in charge. The devotional was giv-
en by Mrs. M. L. Britt, program
chairman. The WMU aims for ad-
vancement were reviewed and em-
phasized.
Reports were given from all com-
mittee chairmen of work done by
the .society, and announcement was
made of activities for the coming
weeks. The meeting was disanissed
with prayer.
ASSOCIATION MEETING OF
WMU IS SCHEDULED
There will be a general WMU
meeting of the Northwest Coast
Baptist Association at the First
Baptist Church of Lynn Haven, on
Thursday, January 28 at 9:30 a.m.
CST. Miss Josephine Jones will be
the inspirational speaker. Lunch
will be served by the host church.
All members of the local Wo-
man's Missionary Unions are urged
to attend.


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Azaleas, 3 for $1.00 up
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Pyracatha $1.00 up
Spirea --.... ....... 50c up


Pholinia Glabra 75c up
Pittosporum ---. 60c up
Arbovitae ------$2.00
Ligustrum -----.. 75c up
Large Cleyera --- $2.00


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Holly Banana Shrub Pfitzer Juniper
Loquat Figs Pear Trees Grapes
Camphor Trees Magnolias
Shade Trees (Elm) Flowering Crab Apple

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1. Overcome the tendency to
take insufficient exercise dur-
ing cold weather.
2. Don't overeat.
3. Get sufficient sleep.
4. See your physician if ill-
ness strikes. If he prescribes
medication, our Prescription
Department is at your service.





Buzzett's Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Florida


(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital).
Mr and Mrs. James Shelnutt an-
nounce the birth of a son, James
Marcus on January 19.'
iMr. and Mrs. Jerry Tuttle of
Highland View announce the birth
of a son, John Robert on January
20.
Mr. and Mrs. R H. Elizey an-
nounce the birth of a baby boy,
James Lee Dominey on January 18.


COLORED BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dixon an-
nounce the birth of a girl, Cassan-
dra Yvonne on January 15.
Mr, and Mrs, Jerry Shackford,
Jr., announce the birth of a baby
girl, Cassandra Yevtete on Janu-
ary 15.


wZySUU ur101 i1eTS

With Mrs. Thomas

The Azalea Circle of the Port St.
Joe Garden Club met at the home
'of Mrs. Gordon Thomas January 14
at 3:00 p.m. with Mrs. Kenneth
Brodnax as co-hostess.
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved to the 13 members and one
visitor present.
The meeting was opened with
the club prayer and during the bus-
iness session a letter of apprecia-
tion from Dr. W. D. Rogers, Su-
perintendent of Florida State Hos-
pital, thanking the club for their
Christmas contributions was read
and a motion carried to send $2.50
to the Raiford Green House pro-
ject.
All, members were urged to at-
tend the general meeting on March
3 at which time Mrs. C. Barnhart
will give a 'demonstration on home
flower arrangements.
The flower show chairman was
asked to register the club for a
spring flower show.
Mrs. Paul Blount showed and
discussed slides on landscaping in
Florida. 4 1 1
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Mrs. Baggett Host

To Circle Meeting


A nylon tire of revolutionary e-
sign that delivers fully 25% more
mileage than conventional tires
has just been announced by the
Gates Rubber Company. The "low
profile" tire, Gates 1960 air-float
deluxe, is now being displayed by
the Pate-Thomaaon Service Center.
Frank Pate, manager of the store
gives three reasons for the increas-
ed mileage of Gates new tire: (1)
Lower, wider shape, which reduces
excessive sidewall flexing, allow-
ing the tire to run cooler while it
reduces treat scuffing and heat
burnup; (2) Use of a new tread de-
pgu that puts more rubber on the
road; and (3) 100% Cold rubber
tread, the longest-wearing rubber
compound known to mod er n
science.
The longer mileage possible with
t' Air-Float Deluxe, according to


Pate, is strictly a bonus for motor-
Circle No. 1 .of the First Baptist ists, since the tire carries no added
Church met this week in the home premium price compared to other
of Mrs. J. 0. Baggett with eleven vlon ties of comparable construc-
members and one visitor, Mrs. tion
Saunders Smith present,
The meeting was called to order An interesting side benefit of the
Iby the circle chairman, Mrs. W. J. new tire is its ability to increase
Daughtry and the program was pro- gasoline economy. "Since the tread
sented by the program chairman, is all but free of distortion, agd ex-


Mrs. W. 0. Nichols.
A short business meeting was.
held and Mrs. Brady Jordan closed"
the meeting with prayer.
The hostess served delicious re-
freshments.



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Another feature of interest is the
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NEWS FROM


By HAZEL CREAMER
Phone 7-4976

Mrs. Houston Ramsey had as her
guest Sunday her mother, Mrs.
Wester of Marianna.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Holland at-
tended the funeral ,services in
Graceville Siunday for his brother-
in-law, Walter Beckworth. :
Miss Barbara Bishop of Wewa-
hitchka visited Hazel Creamer
Monday;
Mrs. G. D. Gordon and children
of Toledo, Ohio, are visiting their
mother and grandmother, Mrs. Da-
vid Coley this week.
Pue Brackin of Blakely, Ga., is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Hoke
Glass for a few days.
*'Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Paul and
son. attended the funeral Sunday
in Southport for Paul's aunt, Mrs.
Mary Weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Parker and
son, Richard visited with friends
in Panama City during the week
end. ,
Friends of Charles W. Revell will
regret to learn he fell Monday and
injured his head. We hope he will
be feeling much better soon.
Dan Hatfield and Loran Kelly
and family and Linda and Lonara
Williams visited in Apalachicola
Sunday.
R. A. News
The Highland View RA chapter
met for their regular weekly meet-
ing at the Highland View Baptist
Church Monday night. The meeting
was called to order by their Am-
bassador-In-Chief, Ted Whitfield.
Jerry Branch led the opening pray-
er. The program was entitled,
"What's Ahead for Cuba". Those
present were Larry and Jerry
Branch, Jerry Harbuck. Johnny and
Larry Richtler, Ja.mes Keel, Ted
Whitfield and the counsellors, A.r-
chie Floyd and Gene Cox.
LARRY BRANCH,
Chapter Herald.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1963


Pate-Thomason Featuring A New

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Visiting Wimberlys woodward Ave., Port St. Joe.
'Mr and Mrs. Bob Bosque and ST JAMES' CHURCH
children, formerly of Little Rock, EPISCOPAL
Arkansas, arrived in Port St. Joe Rev. G. D. Underhill, Vicar
last week end. Mrs. Bosque and The Third Sunday after Epiphany
children will remain here with her January 24. 7:30 a.m., the celebra-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wim- tion of the Holy Eucharist 9:45 the
berly, Sr.. while Mr. Bosque'attends Church School. 11:00 a.m., morn-
an Air Force school for the next ing prayer and sermon. 7:00 p.m.
three months. ; Evening prayer and sermon. This
'service will be conducted by the
Episcopal Young Churchmen Our
young people invite and urge all
Communicants and friends of St.
James' to attend. Be there and sup-
port our young Churchmen. This
service will take the place of the
regular meeting of the Episcopal
Young Churchmen.
SThe public is cordially invited to


CLASS FIED ADS

FOR RENT. 2 bedroom furnished
cottages. $45 per month. Ander.
3on Cottages, St. Joe Beach. ttc
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished apart-
ments. Cool in summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans.
They have to be seen to be appre-
ciated. Also nice Trailer parking
space. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wl.
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail-
er Park, White City. tfc-8-20
FOR RENT: House at Beacon Hill.
Furnished. Contact Silas R. Stone
Phone 7-7161 tfc-10-22
FOR RENT: 3 houses at beach, un-
furnished. One furnished house
at Mexico Beach. One furnished
house, corner Woodward and Ninth
St. Phone 7-3171 or 7-5511, I. W.
Duren. tfc-11-19
FOR RENT: Small furnished ap-
artfent. Suitable for married cou-
ple. Living-bedroom, kitchen and
bathroom. Phone 9-1301 or 7-2711.
J. A. Mira. tfc-12-17
FOR RENT: Furnished apartments
.and cottages at Mexico Beach and
Beacon Hill. 1 to 3 bedroom from
$45 to -100 per month plus utilities.
Phone 9-1184 or see Mrs./Elizabeth
Thompson at Costin Cottages, Bea-
con Hill. 4t-1-7
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
on Fourth St. See Frank LeHardy
or phone 7-8141. tfc-1-14
FOR RENT: Nice 6 room house.
Bath, hot and cold water. See
Mrs. Hardy at Postoffice in Over-
street. tfc-1-14
FOR RENT: Houses, furnished and
unfurnished. $37.50 per month and
up. Call BAll 7-4156.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, fur-
nished. At St. Joe beach. Carport,
storage, washing machine, TV an-
tenna. -Call James Traweek, phone
7-4921 after 4 p.m. tfc-1-21
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un-
furnished 212 9th St Phone
7-4551. See Joel McLeod. tfc-1-21
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment. $50.00 per mo. On the
beach. Phone 9-1118. H. L. Mabury,
Mexico Beach. It
FOR SALE: Electric steam cabinet.
Perfect condition. Half price.
Mrs. Richard Porter, Phone 7-3331.
FOR SALE: Sailboat, 18 foot weigh-
ted keel, 20 hp. inboard auxiliary,
sloop .rig, two bunks, cotton sails.
3 years old. $750. Dr. Henry Lang-
bton, OL 3-4725, Apalachicola. 2tp
I WILL PAY CASH for old pistols
or guns in any condition. Patton,
2416 Cherry St., Panama City. 2tp
FOR SALE: 1956 Liberty trailer
house. 34x8. 2 bedrooms, air con-
ditioned. Price $2100. Can be seen
at Big Gator Trailer Park at Mexi-
co Beach. Donald Hawkins. itp
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
with 65 hp motor. Sleeps two,
head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy
Gibson or call BAll 7-5771.
FOR SALE: Stardust Lodge on the
Dead Lakes. W. S. Smith, 1024


6, A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
L., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome.
David H. Jones, High Priest.
Joel Lovett, Secretary
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in
saving money see us for anything
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.
WILLIS V. .ROWAN, POST 116,
STHE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Thursday nights
8:00 p.m., American Legion Home..
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby given that a pub-
lic hearing will be held at the City
Fall, Port St. Joe, Florida, on Tues-
day, February 9, 1960, at 8:00
o'clock P.M. upon the question of
amending the present zoning or-
dinances of the City of Port St.
Joe to reflect the following:
1. Changing that area lying with-
in 140 feet North and within 140
feet South of Fifth Street -between
Long Avenue and Knowles Avenue
to "Business District".
2. Changing that area lying with-
in 200 feet East of the Easterly
R/W line of Monument Avenue ana
Monument Avenue 'between Sixct
Street and Tenth Street to "Busi-
ness District"


and will be vacated around Febru- 3. Changing that area lying
ary 1. Owners will give long term South of First Street and West of
lease and remodel to suit tenant. Baltzell Avenue to Fifth Street and
Contact C. L. Costin. South of Fifth Street and West o0
Monument Avenue from Fifth
RAWLEIGH DEALER wanted at Street to Tenth Street to ,"Indus,
once. Good opportunity in Gulf trial District"
County Write at once. Rawleigh's, Parties in interest and citizens
Dept. FAA-100-105. Memphis, Ten- of ,the City are invited to attend
nessee. 3tp-1-21 and express their views pro or con
LOTS FOR SALE: I have 32 lots in on the issue.
the J. R. Norton Subdivision, Oak /s/ J. L. SHARIT,
Grove, 1 block off bay. Home sites, Mayor-Commi&sioner
business and church locations For ATTEST:
details. write Donna E Fuselier, /s/ R. W. HENDERSON,
1604 Austin Drive, La Marque, City Clerk.
Texas. 4tc-1-21 -
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF
LOST: 2 or 3 weeks ago. A leather FLORIDA
camera case. $5.00 reward. If SPECIAL TRAFFIC
found- contact C. A "Skinny" Fite REGULATIONS
at BAlI 7-7101 or 9-1956. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
SEPTIC TANKS umed out. Call That the State Road Board at its
.SEPTI TANKS pumpeadout. Call meeting of January 12, 1960 gave
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for consideration to the requests relat-
quick expert service. tfc ing to special traffic regulations
FOR SALE: Large three bedroom and in each case made a review of
home, 314 Duval St., near high the traffic investigation report,
&chooi. NO reasonable offer refused, along with the recommendations of
Call or contact Mrs. Lavurn Ben- the engineer at the location or lo-
nett, 1611 Calhoun Ave., Panama cations described below:
City. Phone PO. 3-5519 Gulf County, State Road 382, Sec,
tion 51080, in Port St. Joe ali vi-
THERE WILL BE a regular com- cinity from SLD MP 0.00 to SLD
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge MP 0.414, .distance 0.414 mi., 35
No. 111, F&AM every first and MPH Speed Zone.
third Thursday at 8:00 .p.m. Gulf County, State Road S-332,
A Section 51613, In Port St. Joe and
vicinity from SLD MP 0.00 to SLD
MP 0.998, distance 0.998 mi., 35
ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M. MPH Speed Zone.
POPE FENDLEY, Sec. On motion duly made and second-
All Master Masons cordially Invited ed, the above traffic and speed reg-
ulations were determined to be
SAMARITAN LODGS No. 40, I. 0. reasonable and necessary upon the
0. F.-Meets first and third basis of the engineering and traf-
Fridays, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic fic investigations, and authority
Hall. All members urged to attend. was therefore given for the estab-
Noble Grand: Chris Martin lishment of same and the placing
Secretary: W. H. Weeks o'f 'the proper marking and signs as
indicated; also, for the elimination
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE of existing controls where this is
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310 indicated
Fourth St. Meeting night every JOE GROTEGUT
other Monday. I Chairman




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Phone 7-3161


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MEXICO BEACH RENTALS
1 bedroom furnished apts. $40.00
per month. 2 bedroom furnished
apts. $50.00 to $60.00 per month.
2 unfurnished 2 bedroom apts.
$50.00 per month. Residential and
commercial lots. Terms. Duplex for
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MEXICO BEACH OFFICE
C. M. Parker, Reg. Real Estate Bro.
Phone BAll 9-1121, Port St. Joe
Mail: B.ox 123, Mexico Baech Sta.
Panama City, Fla.
,FOR SALE
House at 214 Seventh St. $7,875.
3 bedroom house on 10th St.
2 bedroom house and all furni-
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House at St. Joe Beach, $7,872.
2 'houses in downtown Wewahit-
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1 bedroom trailer, '51 model, $1,-
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New 3 bedroom houses on Bell-
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2 'bedroom trailer, '56 model for
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3 bedroom furnished house on
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PRIDGEON AGENCY
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house at
508 9th St. Priced $3,800. Shown
by appointment only. Phqne 7-5841.
FOR LEASE: Building approxi-
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nue in heart of business district.
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