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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: February 4, 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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once In awhile-Trade with
your home town merchantel


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochei Valley"


TWENTY-THIRD YEAR


,OORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1960


Malone Defeats

Sharks Friday

Malone pushed their number of
wins to 16 Friday night on the lo-
cal court by defeating the Port St.
Joe Sharks, 64-52 in an exciting
basketball game.
Frankie Mathis scored 21 points
-to 'pace the scoring for the Malone
Tigers and was the nemisis of the
Sharks from under the basket dur-
ing the entire game.
Jimmy Wilder was the high point
man for the Sharks hitting well
from the outside. He piled up 26
points, followed by Bob Munn and
Buddy Ward with eight each.
Malone's junior varsity. topped
the baby Sharks, 29-18, behind the
fine shooting of Jerry Tindell with
11 points.
The Sharks now -have a six win
and five loss season.
Malone fg ft tp St. Joe fg ft tp
S'quist 5 2 121 Munn 4 0 8
Tindell 4 4 12 M'white 2 1 5
Mathis 5.11 21 Ward 2 4 8
Duce 3 3 9 Dawson 0 5 5
Shores 1 0 2 Wilder 8-10 26
Bryan 2 4 8 ... .
Score by quarters:
Malone ............-- --- 13 22 13 16-64
Port St. Joe ---..... 7 16 13 16-52

Games coming up for the Sharks
during the week are both on the
road. Tomorrow night the Sharks
go to Marianna to tangle with the
Bulldogs. The last meeting with
this team resulted in three over-
times with the Sharks winning by
two points. Next Tuesday the
Sharks travel to Wewahitchka-. or
their first meeting with this team
(or the season.


Presbyterians

Cll New Pastor

ThIe. ri.. Reread'3oyd S Underwood
formerly pastor of the Chelsa Ave-
nue lPesbyterian -Church,. Memphis,
Tennessee, arrived in Port St. Joe
Wednesday to take over the pas-
torate of the Presbyterian Church.
The Reverend Underwood was
-graduated from Davidson, Norta
Carolina and Columbia' Theological
Seminary. Decatur, Georgia.
The Reverend and Mrs. Under-
wood will reside at the Presbyter'I
ian Manse, 1008 Garri6on Avenue.
They are the parents of two sons
who will enroll in the Port St. Joe
High School.


V, -


CARL R. GRAY

Carl R. Gray

Senate Candidate

Carl R. Gray, former member of
the Legislature, and Mayor of Pan-
ama City, uorinillv announced this
week that he is a candidate for
Senator of the 25th Senatorial Dis-
trict, subject to the May Primaries.
"The office of Senator", said Mr.
-Gray, "Is the highest legislative
position within the powers of the
people of Bay, Gulf, Calhoun and
Washington counties, and I am
seeking this high office with a hum-
ble heart and a thorough kn.,uwl.-dIag
ot the duties and responsibilities
imposed upon a State Senator. I
have had a total of fifteen years of
experience in a legislative and law-
making body. Throughout these
years, I have striven to vote for
laws which did the most good for
the greatest number of people.
will be delighted to have anyone
compare my record at any time,
with that of any candidate for tae
office which I am seeking. 'I am
thoroughly convinced that -my many
years of experience can be of great
value -to the -people of the 25th Sea-
atorial District, if they should see
fit to elect me."


Old Ordinance Is Too Tough

The Port St. Joe City Commission overhauled its parking
ii,-t,-i ordinance at their regular meeting Tuesday night. The
present ordinance provided that the first' overtime parking offense
would cost the offender 50c, the second would cost $1.00 and the
third not less than $3.00 and not more than $100.00.


Mrs. Ethel 0. Holliday Retires From Chamber of Commerce
Srie W St. J ph T T To Meet Monday Night

Service With St. Joseph Tel. & Tel, The annual meeting of the Poct
-s St Joe Chamber of Commerce has
Mrs. Ethel' Q. Holliday retired Cub Scouts Wil Meet been scheduled for Monday night
Saturday after 23 years of service u t e at 8:00 p.m. at the Centennial
with the St. Joseph Telephone and Tonight in STAC House Building.
Telegraph Company. Cub Scout Pack No. 47 will moot Everyone is invited to attend an
Mrs. Holliday moved to Port St. at 7:30 -p.m. at the STAC House Evryo a barb eue suto atte d ar.
Joe :in the fall of 1937 and began .enjoy a barbecue ,super.
working with the St. Joseph Tele- tonight, February 4. De Four has 'Special guests at 'the meeting
ph"ne afld Telegraph Company as charge of the program. Discussion will the president of the hew Flo.-"
a telephone operator. She says will ,be on the forthcoming ban- ida Gulf Fibre Company and -other.
there 'were only 50. telephones in quet to celebrate the Golden Anni- officers of that company, The new'
Port St. Joe -at that time with the versary 'of Scouting, concern recently announced its in-
manually operated switchboard in tention to construct a new paper
the old AN depot building. Visiting Parents mill in Port St. Joe.
Mrs. Holliday says that in those Martha and Leonard Costin are New officers for the coming year
days ift someone called and asked visiting this week with their par- will be installed at the Monday
for a nmber that was busy it was ents, Mr. 'and Mrs. C. L. Costin meeting.


an .easy matter just to tell the cal- 1
ler -that. "the number is busy now,
but I will call you -back when theyI James T. McNeil Elected By Rotary Club
finish talking". ;.II


Now the company -has some 1,500
telephones on the line with exchan-
ges in Port St. Joe, Altha, Apala-
chicola, Bristol, Blountstown, Car-
rabelle and Wewahitchka.
Mrs. Holliday worked at the
switchboard until the telegraph of-
fice was separated from the AN
Railroad 'Company and moved to
downtown Port St. Joe in a build-
ing which formerly stood where the
new Costin's Department Store is
now. This was 'around 1943. Since
that time, Mrs. Holliday has served
as teletype, operator for the com-
pany.
Mrs. Holliday told The Star, "I
have thoroughly enjoyed watching
the growth of the company -and our
,town. It has brought several hun-
dred wonderful people here to work
with.
"I. feel that there-are many that
1 can number as very dear friends.
It has been a -pleasure working
with you.
"I would like to take this oppor-
tunity to say 'thank you' 'to 'the
entire personnel of the company
and the public. I sincerely hope that
I have been a help to someone."


Church Attendance

For Sunday, Jan. 31

WHITE CITY BAPTIST
Sunday School 113
Training Union 91
Worship Services ------------------- 194

Oak Grove Assembly of God
Sunday School 175
Christian Cadets 65
Young People 35
Worship Services ------- 218

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
Sunday School 22
Worship Services 56

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School 151
MYF 23
Worship Services ---------354

LONG AVENUE BAPTIST
Sunday School 168
Training Union 94
Worship Services -...-.....-------...... 278


To Serve As President In New Year

The Port St. Joe Rotary Club picked James T. McNeil as its new
presdient at their regular meeting last Thursday at noon. McNeill was
elected by the Board -of Directors. Other officers elected to serve the
club were, L. S. Bissett, vice-president; Joe Mira, secretary -and Chaun-
cey Gostin, treasurer. The new -officers will begin their .terms at the
beginning of the new Rotary year in July.
J,_.1;e' Robert McCrary of Mar-
g: ave the program Thursday.
H.- -,.)ke on maintaining our le-
.. -/y. .. -. '-hts in the courts.
S' .. ary cited the trend of giving
S .-rties. As, examples he named
iii ,. .!s on fishing, hunting, schools
a. .i -'any other instances. "State
., .1 deral governments -are regu-
*. i all these facets and many
'. ,,*.,i- We -must maintain our con-
i- .:It the court system, which we
S ..r:en't maintain".
T need for more-favaried


m,, o a v.r;o.
o,,,,,)ation in jury service was
-, .-. ,,iiy the jurist. He said that 'at
i most counties were work-
a limited jury list. He offer-
ii- opinion that more people
I-,,,I be given the privilege of
',. iii on juries to see first-hand
',,r courts work. McCrary gave
d".-' I attention to the need for
in jury pay to lessen the


JAMES T. McNEI


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HIGHLAND VIEW METHODIST
Sunday School ._ 46
Evening Fellowship ..--..--.-.. 24
Worship Services .. ----- 118

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School 250
Training Union .--..--.-- 1. 1I.
Worship Services -.--. 5
-----(--------

Meeting Set To Plan
For Methodist Mission

There will be a meeting Moiday
February 8 at 7:30 p.m. at th
Florida Power Lounge to dis 'uss
plans for organizing a Methodist
Mission -Church in Port St. Jos.
All who are interested will be
welcomed for this discussion. The
District Superintendent, W. B. Ad-
kinson will conduct the .meeting.
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Send "'he Star To A Friend


financial .sacrifice made by some
jurors. "To ask a man to forego
$15.00 a day for $5.00 a day on jury
duty serves to discourage those
volunteering for jury duty".
-McCrary also stated the need for
an overhaul of many courtrooms
throughout Florida. "In a room
where a man may be on trial for
life or liberty, special attention
should be given that all evidence
can be clearly heard and under-
stood by everybody concerned".
The Judge gave special recognition
to Gulf Coun.ty for its recent ac-
oustical overhaul given the court-
'house.
Above all the Judge cited the
need for dignity in the court. 'Cer-
tainly that part of our freedom
which maintains our personal free-
dom should receive all the dignity
possible -to guarantee that no court
in the land will be 'held in con-
tempt for the manner in which it
is conducted".
The Club kicked off an attend-


The Commission was not aware
liat lie active parking meter or-
dinatnce was this tough. The ordin-
ance was adopted by the Commis-
siont iu 1955 and was provided to
the (ity Commission then by the
Florida League of Municipalities as
i model ordinance.
The "toughness" of the ordinance
arij.- to light Tuesday when the
Board desired :to up the amount of
parking meter fines that had to be?
,'.,Illected by City Police. At present
the Cily gets 50c for a parking fine
whether paid voluntarily or calleat-
ed. The Board wanted to raise the
price of a collected fine to $1.00.
CeCLi G. 'Costin, Jr., brought the
terms of the present ordinance to
light stating that provision was
made for obtaining an extra fee.
Commissioners R. H. Ellzey and
I. C. Nedley immediately offered
the opinion that the ordinance was
too stiff 'and recommended that it
be changed making the parking fine
penalty more liberal. Costin said
that the change wasn't necessary
In that the language of the ordin-
ance was so written to give thq:
City means of punishment for a
'habitual offender.
Ellzey still contended hat the,
penalty was too stiff ;.nd moved
that the ordinance be changed' to
provide for a 50c overtime parking
penalty with $1.00 penalty if the
fine 'has to be collected by city ,po-
lice. This would apply .to all park-
ing tickets and would not add extra
penalties for .extra tickets.
Commissioner Nedley seconded
the motion and all agreed to the
change.
An emergency ordinance was
then introduced -and passed chang-
ing the parking meter fine ordin-
ance to provide for a 50c overtime'
parking fine if paid within 48 hours.
If the fine was not paid within 48
hours it would be $1.00.
'This ordinance goes into effect
immediately.
Cemetery Discussion
The Commission 'discussed and
agreed to put a water 'pump and


Last Rites Held

For Mrs. Hanlon

Mrs. Dorothy Jean Hanlon, 43, of
Panama City and formedrl of Port
St. Joe, died Saturday in a Panama
City hospital.
She is survived by her husband,
lRichard L. Hanlon; two sons, Ron-
ui;e and Richard Hanlon, both of
Panama City; three daughters, Miss
Patricia Hanlon and Mrs. Carolynr
Drury of Panama City -and- Mr:..
Clovette Burrows of Col orado
Springs, Colo.; father, T. J. Strip-
ling of Oak Grove; two brothers,
Willie, 'of Oak Grove and Ross
Stripling of Wewahitchka; three
sisters, Mrs. C'. D. Gay of Oak
Grove, Mrs. Mildred Lanier and
Mrs. Steve Nations, both of Wewa-
hitchka and three grandchildren.
Funeral services were 'held at
3:00 p.m. Monday from the Oak
Grove Assembly of God Church
conducted by the Rev. Hugh F. Pyle
of Panama City' and the Rev.
Charles W. Harthern of Oak Grove.
Burial was in Holly Hill Cemetery
in Port St. Joe.
Active ,pallbearers were Benny
Gay, Charles Mayheim, Harry Har-
per, Mike Stripling, Ray Stripling
and David Harper. Honorary pall-
bearers were Ben Dickens, Thom-
as McDaniell, Clyde Bozeman,
Sam-my Patrick, Sam P. Husband,
and B. E. Parker.
Comforter Funeral Home 'of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments.

ance contest Thursday to last thru
the month of March. Teams are be-
ing captained by Joe Mira and Roy
Gibson.
Ben Dickens of Port St. Joe was
a guest of the club.


pump house at the Forest Hill Cem-
etery. This was requested by a
group of Negro citizens.
The Commission also passed an
emergency ordinance providing that
lots in both Holly Hill and For
est Hill Cemeteries would be sold
only 'to individuals. The ordinance
'also provided that the lots may not
be altered as to size from th- ori-
ginal plat set forth by the city.
The ordinance also states that no
offensive, improper or objectionable
structures shall be put on the prem-
ises of .either cemetery. This part
of the ordinance came from an ob.
jection made by the same group ot
Negro citizens to unsightly and
crude wooden fences being erected
around some graves at Forest Hill
Cemetery.
Other Business
Other business for the evening
included deciding to put parking
'meters -on the North side of Second
Street next 'to -the new post office
building. This was to assure that
places to park would be available
near the building.
Mayor Sharit announced that
actual construction work on the
new hospital addition would prob-
ably begin about March 1. -
The Mayor also announced that
the stop light for the intersection
of Second Street and Monument
Avenue had arrived and would be
installed as soon as the post office
is moved.
Tuesday Meeting
The Commission will meet in
special session Tuesday to hold a
hearing on re-zoning along Monu-I
ment Avenue.
The City has before it, a request
to re-zone the West side of Monu-
ment and Baltzell Avenue from
First Street to Tenth Street to in-
dustrial property. The East 'side of
Monument Avenue from Fifth
Street to Tenth Street has been re-
quested for re-zoning for business
property.


Overtures Are

Made To Form

Jaycees Here

Jerry Clemons, president of the
Panama City Junior Chamber of
Commerce and Sam Guy of Panama
City, past State vice-president of
the Jaycees were in Port St. Joe
last Friday at noon to sound out
a group of young men on the sub-
ject of organizing -a Jaycee chap-
ter in Port St. Joe.
Meeting with the duo were R. H.
Ellzey, who set up the meeting,
Harry Tyson, Bob Sidwell, Harry
Dowden, 0. -C. Dykes, Bernard
Pridgeon, Jr., Walter Dodson and
Wesley R. Ramsey.
Clemons acted as spokesman for
the meeting and outlined some of
the activities of the Jaycee organi-
zation.
Those on hand learned that the
Jaycees is a ,group of young men
-between the ages of 21 and 35 who
wish to better their community.
The Jaycees differ from other din-
ner organizations in that the mem-
bership is limited only by age and
it differs from the Chamber of
Commerce in_.that the Jayeees are
concerned primarily with bettering
the community rather than the pro-
motion of the community,.
Clemons explained that the Jay-
cees do not compete with other
clubs for membership. He. stressed
the value of Jaycees for training
young men to become civic leaders
right along with carrying on worth-
while projects to better the com-
munity and the lot of its citizens.
Those in attendance agreed to
talk to other young men in the
city concerning feelings toward the
establishment of the Jaycees in
Port St. Joe with a future meeting
to be set up in about two weeks to
discuss whether or not to organize.

An organizational meeting will
be held next Thursday, February
11 at 8:00 p.m. in the City Hall to
form a Junior Chamber of 'Com-
merce group -here in Port St. Joe.
All young men from ages 21 to
35 inclusive are eligible to become
a -member of this organization and
are urged to attend.


Red Cross Chapter



Picks New Officers


John G. Blount resigned his post as Gulf County Chairman of the
American Red Cross last Thursday night at a Red Cross meeting held
in the Motel St. Joe Dining Room. Blount said. he resigned because he
felt he wasn't doing the position justice. Mrs. Catherine Stewart, Red
Cross District Worker of Panama City accepted Blount's resignation
with reluctance giving praises to Blount for his 'period of leadership
which saw Gulf County become the first county in the state last year
to reach its fund drive goal and one of three counties in the state to
go over their goal by the highest percentage.
Present at the meeting were Mrs.
BrS.yanR.t Bcktone, Mrs. John Sowers, Mar-
Bryant Backers tin Begley, Wesley R. Ramsey, John

Organize Monday G. Blount, Wayne Buttram and
Bob Sidwell of Port St Joe; Mrs.
An organizational meeting of the Ruby Gilbert and Mrs. Claude Lis-
,backers of Farris Bryant for Gov- er of wahitchka and Mrs. t
ernor was held at the City Hllallrine Stewart of Panama City.
last Monday night. Of concern of the organization
was the home nursing program.
Those attending the meeting Mrs. Sowers stated that at present
heard County Campaign Manager, there were two public health nur-
Will I. Ramsey give a brief sum- ses in .the county qualified as home
mary of the election laws and over nursing instructors. At present one
all campaign strategy was discus.s- colored woman is being taught to
ed. i teach 'home nursing in the colored
schools of the county.


An election f officers wdas held.
E. Tom Pridgeon, Sr., was elected
co-chairman and Dr. Robert E.
King was elected County Campaign
Treasurer.
A meeting for ladies interested in
the campaign was set u.p but post-
poned to a future date because of
a confliction of activities. The new
date of this meeting will be an-
nounced later.
---->-.------._.

In Hospital
J B. Harris of this city is con-
fined to a Jacksonville hospital.
He will undergo surgery Monday.


As a record last year. Home Ser,
vice Chairman Wayne Buttram re-
ported that assistance to families
in the county has been averaging
60 to 70 per year. He also reported
that much more assistance is giv-
en to transients, mostly service-
'men. Buttram reported that most
of the serviceman aid was given
as loans, but some of the aid was
free grants.
New officers elected to serve
for the coming year were, Bob Sid-
well, Gulf County Chapter Chair-
man; Mrs. Claude Lister, vice-chair-
man; Mrs. S. R. Stone, secretary
and L. S. Bissett, Jr, treasurer.


NUMBER 19


Commission Overhauls




Parking Meter Penalties








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IT'S OUR ANNIVERSARY! To celebrate the big event, we've wrapped up a Ion,
of extra special food values at unprecedented low prices! You'll find the very i
brand-name groceries, meats and produce at lowest costs since the 'Thirties! TI
our way of expressing thanks to you for your loyal patronage that makes it possib
us to have an anniversary! Be sure to shop PIGGLY WIGGLY'S BIRTHDAY SALE!
will save DOLLARS!
13 OZ. LOAF -- LIMIT 2 WITH YOUR GROCERY ORDER PLEASE


Big Party Friday and Saturday
Coffee and Cake Punch for the
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-+ .*A*R-P~rt-St.-'-.JFloida THiURSDAY, FEBAUARY 4, 1960 lease the pinch for dollars.
SBecause of the recession and dis-
astrous freeze of two years ago, al-
as Begins To Jingle As State most 42 million dollars worth of
building funds reverted to the state
CttfersBegin To Fill Up Again treasury.
er. The 1959 Legislature reappropria-
*.- : : ted $27,284,000 of this amount.
,.,TALLAHASSEEThe jingle of cash coming into the state treas- The state's cash position was
urysa. a .pleasant sound for operators of state institutions, who a year poor during the lean months of tax
**ag,.W'e-':ftligt ting ay their .building.plans in the moth balls, collcetions last fall and early win-
.-The state's top fiscal officers budget director's office said that ter and the state had to borrow 22
,look a" lo.'.k til:.w:ek.at Florida's barring a major disaster it appear- million dollars from trust funds.
healthy economy and forecast that ed that the entire amount could be But by the -end of June the state
despite last week's damaging cold committed by June 30, 1961. treasury is expected to have a 25
thb state. wo.,.ulbd. able to finance However, they said that construc- million dollar backlog of cash.
its entire 66% million-dollar build- tion work may be slowed somewhat While low on cash, the Cabinet
.lngBprograim'.thils biennium. by the state's cash position. Heavy Budget Commission has committed
'f. e (omitrolr'm s office .and the tax collections are just beginning to more than half of the 66 million


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Phone BAllI 7-7501


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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:15 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.'





Excuse Us


WHILE WE REMODEL

We know we're in a mess around here. We
hate to cause you so much inconvenience. But,
after our remodeling job is complete we will
have a modern air-conditioned store, just right
for your shopping comfort. Don't let our face-
lifting keep you away. We are still open for
business with extra personnel on hand to serve
you.


M.00 Store

5c To $5.00 Store
__ .. ,


dollars in building funds to be paid
when work is done.
Commitment of nearly all major
projects has been authorized except
for a one-million-dollar physical .ed-
ucation building at Florida A. and
. M. University. There Is a smatter-
ing of smaller projects at other in-
stitutions.
Asst. Budget Director Wallace
Henderson said that by meeting all


Employment

Shows increase

-TALLAHASSEE Although con-
struction showe da normal season-
al downturn, Florida non-farm em.
ployment increased 40,600 in De-
cember to a new record high of 1,-
331,600.
St a t e Industrial Commission
Chairman James T. Vocelle said
this was "the first time in Florida's
history that the nonagricultural
employment estimate has exceed-
ed 1,300,000. We have passed anoth-
er landmark in our development asi
a major State."
Vocelle also reported that 82,500
demands for another building pro-
gram at least as big will have
shaped up.
In prospect tare requests for a
new university at Boca Raton, four
new junior colleges in Southeast
Florida, a home for mentally defi-
cient children, phase two of the


its building commitments during Raiford State Prison rehabilitation,
the current fiscal year the state and for expansion of many of exist-.
would go into .the new biennium ing institutions.
July 1, 1961, without any building "In a growing state such as Flor-
carryover. ida, you never seem to catch up
However, he said by that time on demands for buildings," he said.


hsw jobos in nflrm- employmeat
were created by the State's econ-
omy in 1959. The figure is the gain
in the monthly employment aver-
ages of 1959 above 1958.
Construction was the only ma-
jor employment category to show
a drop in December, with 2,500 few-
er workers; but this is "the normal
wintertime occurrence in Florida,"
Vocelle said
December construction 'employ-
ment total, however, was 'actually
three per cent above the year-ago
figure; while in November it was
only 2.3 per cent above November
of 1958.
The December employment gains
came primarily in trade, up 22,300,
reflecting the impact of the Christ-
mas shopping period and increased
flow of tourists; service, up 8,700;
and manufacturing, up 4,800. Gov-
ernment employment rose 5,700,
with 4,400 of it in Federal work,
mostly in temporary Christmas
season jobs in post offices to han-
dle the 'heavy holiday mail load,
700 in local governmnet, and 600
in State government.
December employment gains ov-
er the previous month by areas of
the .State included increases of 8,-
300 in Dade; 4,600 in Palm Beach;
3,300-in Hillsborough; 3,100 in Du-
val; 2,200 in Pinellas; and 1,400 in


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in Apalachicola as the guests of
Mrs. Dwight Marshall, Sr. Others'
enjoying this festive day with Mrs.
Marshall were Mrs. T. E. Austin,
and Mrs. Charles R. Witherspoon.

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dluped preliminary, arrangements
Mrs. Underhill Attends Episcopal o the Foulth strictmeting at
Sthe local church duri ng May; ap-
Meetin ; Gives Report To Local Group ointment of a committee compos-
S-ed of Mrs. Tom Owens, Mrs. Rob-
ert Bellows, Sr., and Mrs. Otto An-
The highlight of the February Convent, parish worker for the deron to draw up plans for re-
meeting of the Churchwomen of S' Holy Trinity Cathedral at Port au building the church altar and sett-
James Episcopal Church was the Prince and supervisor of the Epis- ing a date for a bridge benefit to
report by Mrs. Gardner Underhill 'cecpal churchwomen in the Diocese refurnish .the kitchen. The date of
on her recent trip to Jacksonville of Haiti. Mrs. Underhill gave many lthe latter is February 17. The corn-
to the 70th annual meeting of the interesting anecdotes taken from mittee in charge of this is Mrs. Si-
Episcopal Churchwomen of the Dio- the two addresses given by Sister las Stone, Mrs. W. D. Dare and
cese of Florida. The guest speaker Marjorie during the week end. Mrs. Clyde Fite.
at these meetings was Sister Mar- Other business transacted by the A letter was read from Walter
jorie Raphael of St. Margaret's president, Mrs. Bruce Weeks, in- K. Morley, Priest-in-Charge of St.
Marks, Chattahoochee, expressing
Thanks for the local group's contri-
Sbutions, at Christmas time.
i Mrs. Arbogast led the devotional
part of the meeting with scripture,
prayers and a meditation entitled
"The Family of God".

VITRO WIVES CLUB
WILL MEET WEDNESDAY
/ 4, The Vitro Wives Club will meet
','. '" '" for coffee February 10 at 10:00 a.m.
at the home of Mrs. J. A Avant at
". 518 Fourth Street. All Vitro wives
S -- -''. are urged to attend.


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WMU Association Area R. N.'s

Has Meeting Organize

The Northwest Coast Baptist An organizational meeting of a
WMU Association met Tuesday in group of Registered Nurses from
the First Baptist Church of Lynn Gulf and Franklin Counties was
Haven. Miss Josephine Jones of leld at the Florida Power Lounge
Jacksonville was the inspirational on Monday, February 1, for the
Jacksonville was the inspirational purpose of forming a new district
Attending from the Long Avenue of the Florida State Nurses Assoc-
Baptist WMS were Mrs. Durel l'ation.
Briman, Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey, Mrs. Louise Beard, of Port St. Joe
Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Mrs. J. o. Ogle, and Mrs. Edwina Chauncey of Apa-
Mrs. Grady Player, Mrs M L Britt, lachicola were selected 'as .co-chair-
Mrs George McLawhon, Mrs. W. P men. Mrs. Roberta Harden of Port
Dockery Mrs. GeorgFrank Poole Mrs. St. Joe was named secretary and
M. H. Conger, Rev. J C. Odum, a by-laws committee was selected
Mrs. J C Odum, Mrs H F Barbee, with Mrs. Ruby Gilbert -as chair-
Mrs C. H. McKnig, Mrs Ht, George and man with Mrs. Betty Gaskin aiid
Mike McLawhon and Romaine Mrs. Cornelia Canning assisting,
Mike McLawhon and Romainea'
Poole. all' of Wewahitchka.
S_________ The next .meeting will be held
CARD OF THANKS March 7, at 8:00 p.m. at Bay City
Lodge in Apalachicola.
I wish to thank the many people, All Registered Nurses .in these
of Port St. Joe who offered me as- two counties wasihing to join this
distance and. concern during my re- new Nurses District are urged to
cent stay in the hospital. Such hos- contact Mrs. Louise Beard or Mrs.
vitality is very much appreciated. Roberta Harden in Port St. Joe.
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Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hale Norris
of 814 Garrison Ave., announce the
birth of .a son, Jeffery David on
January 30.
Mr. and Mrs. John Edgar Rich,
of Ward Ridge Trailer Park an-
nounce the birth of a baby boy,
Carlton Ernest on January 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Wright
of 707 Long Avenue announce the
birth of a 'daughter, Susanna Lynn
on January 26.
(All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital at Port St. Joe.)


Elementary Lunch

Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, February 8
Roast pork, buttered rice, green
,beans, celery sticks, baked -sweet
,potato with marshmallow topping,
white bread 'and milk.
Tuesday, February 9
Spaghetti and meat sauce, frozen
turnip greens, carrot sticks, peanut
butter candy, corn bread and milk.
Wednesday, February 10
Hamburgers, buttered corn, slic-
ed tomatoes, onions and dills, pea-
ches and milk.
Thursday, February 11
Chicken and rice, English peas,
cabbage slaw, apple pie, wheat
bread and milk.
Friday, February 12
Fresh fish, mustard .greens, po-
tato sticks, corn bread, doughnuts
and milk.

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THE STAR, Port 'St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 190O

CARD OF THANKS for your prayers, visits. your words
We wish to extend our deepest of comfort and expressions of sym-
appreciation to our many friends .pathy.
for the kindness shown us, not only; MRS. C. A. McCLELLAN
at the loss of our loved one, but all MRS. ERLINE MOORE
during his long illness We shall i
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The annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce
will be held in the Centennial Building on Mon-
day, February 8 1960. A dinner will be served
at 8:00 P.M. after which the business meeting will
be held. Everyone interested in the work of the
Chamber of Commerce is invited to attend.


PORT ST. JOE

CHAMBER of COMMERCE


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*i AJ- Junior PatLeL&rson were in Bartow THE STAR, Port St Joe. Forlida THUR8DAY, PBRUARY 4, 1i60
High-(SchoolS tudent UCo nl ooseon business Saturday.
E Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Whitehead mencement exercises at Florida
Student'Citizen of month for January isited aturday in Apalachicola Local Students tat niversity aturay. T
with friends and relatives heard an address on "Two Eduea-
The Citizen of the Month Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dougherty of etos byDr Cyril Hole, r-
T he Citzen of the Month spun- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J D Tallahassee spent the week end fessor. of education at the Unav~r-
sored by the Port St. Joe High McMullon for a few days. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. TALLAHASSEE-More than 400 sity of Chicago.
School Student Council was chosen Mrs. H. G Parker and family vis- J V. Cannington students received degrees in com- Those receiving degrees from
,this week. It isconsidered an hon- cited Sunday in Panama City with N A Rushing spent the week end Port St. Joe were George C. Ad-
or to be elected the Citizen ofes the friends and relatives in Graceville with his sister, Mrs. Church Monday night at 7:-30. The kings, BS, business; Jam s .FIljt
MotudentThe fro Junty H three Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Patterson of Ramsey. meeting was called to order by the Costin, BS, business and Rachaef
!tudenat from Junior High pk
,three ftrof Senior High. T'he the Grceville spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. C Miles visited first Assistant Ambassador, Jerry Lerabeth Wimberley, BS, arts a4
student bndy elects one of the Mrs. Walter Armstrong and fam- in Wewahitchka Sunday afternoon. Harbuck. The members answered sciences,
three. i y. Mr and Mrs. David Coley visited questions on their ranking system. "I
Th..e minatted from Jaanteior Mrs. Mae Creamer and daughters Sunday with their brother, who is The members present were James
AIigh were: Hazel and Betty attended .the birth- a patient at a Tallahassee hospital. Keel, Ted Whitfield, Jierry H'ar- CLASSFIEB ADS
Charles Thomas, son of Mr. and day dinner at the home of Mrs. Cur- R. A. NEWS buck. Larry and Johnny Richter, I -. .
Misa. i. R. Thofihas of Port St. Joe. tis Whitaker at Bonifay Sunday. The Highland View Baptist Am- Danny Raffield and their Counsel- Madgat ime$tmenf s WM
Charles is a nmW~hbbr of the Junior Walter Armstrong, Elmer and bassadors Chapter met at the lors, Gene Cox and Archie Floyd. GSt Ra tta
High and .and the JhInior Science. -.. ... '_,,
Club. He also played Junior H&ih
football t1ila yeab.
Lila Dockery isa the daughter of Don't put up with a balky,
Mr. andd Mrs. W P Dodkery of Pott .
St. JX'e. Lila is a member of the ,B
Pep 0ti b anad *-S a mber of the sluggish car. Driving your
R Wepaortr Clab o0 the Purple A L.


Michael McKenna is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. T McKenna of Mex-
ito Beach. Michael is a member of
the Junior ;sctehe Club and is
playing in the Junior High Band
this year
Those *nominated from Senior
High w ee:
Carrie Jl Fletcher, the daughter
of i Mt. aand Mrs. H. R. Walker of
Oak 'GroVe. Carrie Jo _has been a
memb-i of 'the Pep Club 'for four
years and a cheerleder tfor four
years. She has just been elected
"AMiss School Spirit" ot i1959-6n.
Diftna Fithpftridk IsU the daugh-
ter of Mr. AM '9I-,s. W L Fitzpa.-
rick -f St Joe Bech. 141 at& T1 n-1
Art Effitoi ,of the Annual 'his ye& a
She v-hS -a h-lead lr ah ,a mem-
ber of the Akft On1b tN eP" Club.
She was lbhe '"it -A'-I Around"
for this year's "Who'.s Whd" sec-
tion ina 6ul year book, "-he Monu.-
mienit".
.Cindy Carbonneau is th'e daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Carbonneau
of Beacon H4l'I. Cindy is a member
of the National Honor Society. She
also is a member -o the hand and
is hzea-d maj lette. Cindy -;i a for-
mer -iemnbr 'of 'the atdant Coun-
cil ahd now is serving as the Sen.
ior Clasas treasurer.
Michael McKennaa Wts elected
fr--ni Junior High.
Cindy 'aribonneau 'was elected
from Senior High.
By eo Williams

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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Armstrcig
were in'Graceville Saturday attend-
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Mrs. W. H. We4ks, 'Mrs Esii.
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Stone SI T e is O y r r or ys L t dr en Ior citizenship in a scintific THE STAR, Port St Joe, Fla.
Jesse Stone Says There is Only- Four More Days Left .age..
The child lives in a world where o n h
Stones Shop for Men has only -to a jungle on the Amazon and a the products of science are an im- IMexico Be ch
four more days left in their annual, I ement iry C 0H desert in Arabia-to the mountains 'portant part of his way of life.
IElemen 1 S Peru ad to A c borderldof c eopm eoo Growing Fast
brand name clearance sale. Jesse borderland of centific developments continue o e aWjg t
still needs cash (as who doesn't) aen_ a Prnfml Alaska. to expand in every direction. Chil-
and he is selling his merchandise In each place he will discover dreneed to understand the science Homes, apartments and busine
cheap (for the long green) to raise many important science concepts, of their daily environment, buildings are going up in increasing
it. It is now more than two years but even more important he will Again this year the school will numbers at Mexico Beach on U.
A look at Stones' price tags will since Russia launched mankind's discover that the best goal of undertake to present exhibits of a Highway 98 just east of Tynda
convince you that Jesse has put in ,first sputnik. As a result there has science is human good, to help peo- Science Fair. This event will take Air Force Base.
some overtime cutting prices. If,
some overtime cutting prices. I been a self-examination and urgent ple live comfortably and happily in place in April. We hop ethe -public Greatly increased building a
you can imagine it, prices re even, planning in the scientific education a wide variety of environments, will take an interest 'and visit the tivity in recent weeks are indica
lower than at the beginning of his of the school's program. The nine year old is imaginative. exhibits. ing a terrific growth trend th
Sale. Just a little is left and Jesse accelerated interest Fantasy, mystery and adventure year for the fat growing beac
is getting desperate to 'move it. Due to this accelerated interest Fantasy, mystery and adventure year for the fast growing beach
That fool Jesse is selling men's ln the science program, the fourth occupy his conscious thinking. He
lacks t'hat regularly sell for $7.95 giade of the Port St. Joe Elemen- travels for into space. The science
to $15.95 for only $4.99 to $9.99. tary School would like to present, program travels right along in the Port St. Joe,
Just a little more than half price. some goals of this age group. form of an imaginary .space ship Florida
This also includes his fall and win- The nine-year-old is an explorer, voyage to the solar system to help
ter weight pants. He has discovered that the world him cultivate scientific attitudes; ftti M an r Q
ter weight pants. i a big and exciting place. He is' such as critical mindedness, intel-


Jesse is still selling any shoe in eage
eager
the store for only $10.00. One group ward
of shoes is going for only $6.99. many
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strange and -exciting places 'deavors will help to prepare chil-


Today's Prescription Is the Biggest Bargain In History


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 160

community and real estate prices
have been on the uptrend.
Strategically 1 o c ate d between
Panama City and Port St. Joe.
beautiful Mexico Beach is attract-
ss ing many newcomers from every
ig part of the country as it has one of
S. the finest 'and safest beaches found
all anywhere.
c- Georgia Visitor
at- Mrs J G Alligood of Meigs, Ga.,
is is visiting her son and family, Mr.
.ii and Mrs. Joe Alligood.


Telephone
BAII 7-4646


savings ;too. There is one group of
sport coats selling for -only $9.99.
You can't beat that for bargains.
Suits are only $15.00 when you buy
one at regular price. Bring a buddy
and divvy up the cost. Come 'by
yourself and need only one suit
and Jesse will let you have it for
$39.99.
Stones' still has just a few of
those popular school color jackets.
left. The 'deluxe $19.95 jacket with
wool torso and leather sleeves are
only $11.95. There is still of a few
sweat shirt jackets with zipper
front for boys or girls.
Over by the cash register, where
Jesse stays, you will find a coun-
ter of U. S. Keds casual shoes for
'the low, low price of $3.99. Only a
few, so hurry!
Shorts, shirts, shoes, suits, sox.
jackets, coats-you name it, Stone
has it and it's o nsale. (adv)

Student Council

Sponsors Show
The Port St. -Joe- High School
Student Council sponsored a
"Strong Man Show", last week at
the Port St. Joe High School. John
Breuker of Marianna didl a number
of acts showing his strength.
.Some of the acts were: support-
ing 1,000 pounds, lifting a boy with
his hair, bending a piece of iron
with his hair, laying down on his
back' and placing a rock on his
stomach and letting a man take a
10-pound sledge hammer to burst
it and rolling :the muscles of his
stomach.
Mr. Breuker also gave an inter-
esting talk on the importance of
a balanced diet.
The money raise(l from this show
will go to help pay for the College
Career Day and; the ,trip to South
Florida for Student Council dele-
gates to the State Convention
By Bo Williams
CARD OF THANKS
I would like to say thanks for
the kindness shown me during ; my
recent stay at the hospital. I wish .
every good thing possible and
God's blessing to the nurses and
especially Dr. Wayne Hendrix. If
you searched the world over you
could never find a more kind and
more humble staff.
MRS. ALBERT DAVIS
MEXICO BEACH BUSINESS
ASSOCIATION TO MEET
The Mexico- Beach Business As-
sociation will have a .business meet-
ing Monday at 7:00 p.m., CST at
the Mexico Beac h Methodist
Church.
All interested persons are invit-
ed to attend.


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St Joe Beach. After discussion, it
Minutes of the was decided that a written petition
ounty commission must be filed, stating exactly what
County Commission type of service will be furnished
and the overall area that will be
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA served; that a public hearing will
JANUARY 26, 1960 be held at a later date
The Board of County Commis- Mr. Max W. Kilbourn presented
sioners of Gulf County, Florida met a plat of Chipola Cutoff, Unit No.
this date in regular session with 1 and requested that -same be ac-
the following members present: cepted and recorded. Whereupon,
E C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Cole- there was -a motion by Comm. Crox-
man W. Tharpe, A. J. Strickland ton, seconded by Comm. Strickland
and G. S. Croxton. The Clerk, Depu- and duly carried, that said plat be
ty Sheriff, Attorney, Engineer and accepted and recorded in the Pub-
Road Supt. were also present. ,lic records of the County.
The meeting came to order at There was a motion by Comm.
6: 30 p.m. Croxton, seconded by Comm.
The Clerk reported that the Unit- Tharpe and duly carried, that the
ed States of America, General Ser- County pay the City of Port St. Joe
vice Administration, Region 4, the sum of $2,000.00, representing
with offices in Atlanta, Ga., noti- the second estimate due from tax
field this Board that said Adminis- collections for the Road and Bridge
tration will execute all required Fund.
Subordination Agreements on the The Board directed the Clerk to
Cape San Bias Road, providing this add the following names to the ina-
Board will pay an acceptable digent roll: Ethel English $15.00
amoun tfor the release of the right and to reinstate Jessie Simmons
of way over property that said Ad- at $15.00 per month.
ministration holds mortgages on. There being no further busin-e'.
The Clerk further reported that he to come before the Board, it did
has notified said Administration then adjourn.
holds, mortgages on. The Clerk ur- ATTEST:
their reported that he has notified George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
said Administration that G ul f Clerk Chairman
i County will not pay for hte execu-
|tion of the Agreements. A lengthy IN MEMORIUM
discussion followed. In loving memory of Earl L. Ho-
SMr. G. U. Parker requested the baugh who passed away five yers
Board to grant him a franchise for bauh who passed away five years
the extending of Mexico Beach Wa- ago today, February 5, 1955.
, ter Works to serve Beacon Hill and From this world of grief and


Arrangements for his three year
enlistment and assignment were
made through the Panama City Ar-
my Recruiting Station, 23 West
Oak Avenue, Panama City.
Hayes was sent to Fort Jackson,


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South
station


Carolina for his first duty


Roads Put Off

Until Fall

Conversation with Horton Bu-
chanan, State Road Department
chief engineer, in Tallahassee, last
Thursday, January 21, produced
the following information about
the $850,000 bond issue, now being
advertised under Rule Nisit, to de-
termine if anyone cares to petition
against the bond issue with just
cause:
Objection to the bond issue la
not foreseen at this time.
Following the petition on Febru-
ary 11, the bonds will be validated
and put on the market for a poten-
tial buyer. j
AUGUST CONSTRUCTION
Once the bonds are purchased,
the SRD will advertise bids for con-
tracting construction of the roads
designated in the county commia-
Mion resolution, in .the order of pri-
ority listed.



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It is emimtn d contracts will be rHE STAR, Port t. Joe, Pia. THU SDAY, FEBRiyARY-4, 19W
aJerT iry iayes awarded sometime in- July, that
r H sometime in August actual con- would have assets approximating
JOns Armvy struction may be expected. 1$70,000 in secondary road funds by io To CHURCH SUNBDA
Now on the deficit .side, Buchan- June 30, end of the fiscal year.
--- ,an estimated that Gulf County i
Jerry Hayes. son of Mr and Mrs.
P. S. Revell, Port St. Joe, joined
the Regular Army this week. Mas- B- ,-
ter Sergeant A. C. Blalock, Pan-
ama City Army Recruiter, announ- ..
ces.
Hayes enlisted Inder the Army's
Vocational Training Program for '
assignment in the telephone plant
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*A C AS IID ADVERTISING & 'PHE STAR, Port St. JCO) Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1960
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *,0
FOR RENT: Small furnished ap- TupeJo Hotel Burns In
artfent. Suitable for married cou-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished ciated. Also nice Trailer parking pie Living-bedroom, kitchen and Wewa Sunday Morning
cottages. $45 per month. Ander- space. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi- bathroom. Phone 9-1301 or 7-2711.
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tfc mico Lodge Apartments and Trail- I. A. Mira. tfc-12-17 The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
.. ... er Park, White City., tfc-8-20 Department was called to Wewa-
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom i FOR RENT: Furnished apartments hitchka Sunday morning to assist
attractively' furnished a p a r t and cottages at Mexico Beach and tca unay morning to assist
ments. Cool in summer, warm in FOR RENT: House at Beacon- Hill. Beacon Hill. 1 to 3 bedroom from the county seat fire department in
winter. Gas heat, window fans. I Furnished. Contact Silas R. Stone $45 to -100 per month plus utilities, a fire that destroyed the Tupelo
They have to be seen to be appre- Phone 7-7161 tfc-10-22 Phone 9-1184 or see Mrs. Elizabeth (formerly Satsuma) Hotel.
Thompson at Costin Cottages, Bea-
con Hill. 4t-1-7 F ire of an undetermined orign
'g_;_-:__ 'A^ rt ) 1.5^tR_ ".ay. --' -. -u* t'- broke out in the Wewahitchka land-
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment mark while the Wewahitchka de-
^ 1 Si @ i __ on Fourth St. See Frank LeHardy rt
on Fo-- ------------------------------- -- Se p. nartment was busy putting out an-


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FOR RENT: Nice 6 room house.
Bath, hot and cold water. See
Mrs. Hardy at Postoffice in Over-
street. tfo-1-14
FOR RENT: Houses. furnished and
unfurnished. $37.50 per month and
up. Call BAll 7-4156.
FOR RENT: Very nice bedroom.
Private bath. Gentleman- prefer-
red. Mrs. J. C Culpepper, 529 7th
St. Phone 7-7756. 2tp-2-4
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave.
Phone 7-5771. tfc2-4
FOR RENT: Duplex apartment, un-
furnished in Highland View. $35
month. Phone 75971. Mrs Ray
Locke. 2tc-2-4
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom furnished
-house at St. Joe Beach. Washing
machine, carport and storage. Call
James Traweek, 7-4921 after 4 pm
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house on Garrison. Phone 7-7336.
Arnold Daniell. Itc


FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
with 65 lip motor. Sleeps two,
head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy
Gibson or call BARl 7-5771.
FOR SALE: Starduat Lodge on the
Dead Lakes. W. S. Smith, 1024
Woodward Ave., Port St. Joe.


MEXICO BEACH RENTALS;;.
1 bedroom furnished apts. $40.00
per month. 2 bedroom furnished
apts. $50.00 ito $60.00 per month.
2 unfurnished 2 bedroom apts.
$50.00 per month. Residential and
commercial lots. Terms. Duplex for
sale, good income, .terms.
MEXICO BEACH OFFICE


other fire.
Danger to the business district
of Wewahitchka prompted Chief
O'Neal McDaniell to summon the
Port St. Joe, Panama City, and
Blountstown fire departments to
their aid.
The local department was the
first to answer this call and as-
sisted the Wew'ahitchka department
in containing the blaze.

Fourth St. Meeting night every
other Monday.
6. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
I., 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,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Thursday nights
8:00 p.m., American Legion Home.


SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. .F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American
Legion. Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon
Secretary: Theo Bishop


C. M. Parker, Reg. Real Estate Bro. NOTICE TO PUBLIC
Phone BAll 9-1121, Port St. Joe The Board of County Commis-
Mail: Box 123, Mexico Baech Sta. sioners of Gulf County will hold a
Panama City, Fla. public hearing at 9:00 a.m., CST,
February 9, 1960, on the application
FOR SALE and petition of Walter W. Owens,
House at 214 Sevehth St $7,875. requesting the Board to grant him
3 bedroom house on 10th St. permission to construct a pier in
2 bedroom house and aH turni- the Gulf of Mexico at St. Joe Baech,
ture at Howard Creek, $4b750. the abutting property is owned by
House at St. Joe Beach, $1,872. the Petitioner and is described as
2 houses in downtown Wewahit- follows:
chka, $7,875. All that certain tract, parcel or
1 bedroom trailer, '51 model, $1.- .plot of land lying Southeast of
600. State Road No. 30 (U.S. Highway
New 3 bedroom houses on Bell- 98), and described more particu-
amy Circle. larly as follows: Commencing at
2 bedroom trailer, '56 model for ,the Southeast corner of Lot 1, in
sale or rent with all accessories. Block 3, of Yon's Addition to
FOR RENT Beacon Hill; thence 100 feet in a
3 bedroom furnished house on Southwesterly direction across
McClellan Ave. State Road 30 (also U. S. High-
PRIDGEON AGENCY way 98) ,to a point on the South
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741 right-of-way line of said high-
FOR SALE: 1956 Harley Davidson wayrom hea point of beginning
"165" motorcycle. Good condition. thence in a Southwesterly direc-
New tires, chain, sprockets and ov- tion to the high water mark of
erhauled engine. Windshield includ- the Gulf of Mexico: thence mean-
ed. $125.00 cash. Call 7-3621. during along the high water mark
FOR SALE: Deluxe mahogany chi- for a distance of 70 feet: thence
,na closet. $45]00. Phone 7-8708. 2t In a Northeasterly direction to
the South right-of-way line of
FOR SALE: Fish and poultry dis- State Road 30 (also U.S. High-
play case, electric. 'Size 3x4?8 ft. way 98); thence in a Northerly
Good condition. If interested, call direction along the South boun-
NE 9-2104, Wewahitchka. 2tp-2-4 dary line of said State Road 30
for a distance of 70 feet. The
LOTS FOR SALE: I have 32 lots in aforesaid property is a seventy-
the J. R. Norton Subdivision, Oak foot in width strip 'extending to
Grove, 1 block off bay. Home sites, the seashore immediately in front
business and church locations For of DeSoto Street in Yon's Addi-
details write Donna E. Fuselier, tion to Beacon Hill, Florida,
1604 Austin Drive, La Marque, from across the right-of-way line
Texas. 4tc-1-21 of State Road 30, as it the boun-
"GREAT TIDE" nowavailable. His darylines of said DeSoto Street
toric novel based on facts -and rightene om the South
customs present hee in yesterdayright-of-way line of State Road
years Price $4.95. Available at 30 to the seashore. The aforesaid
land lying and being in Yon s
Campbell's Drug Stone. Phone Addition to Beacon Hill accori-
74141, t P ing to the official plat thereof
FOR LEASE: Building approxi- on file in the office of the Clerk
mately 35 x 80 feet on Reid Ave- of Circuit Court o Gulf County,
nue in heart of business district. Florida.
Presently occupied by post office Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County, Florida
and will bhe vacated around Febru- BY: E. C. HARDEN, Sr.
ary 1. Owners will give long term Chairman 4t-1 21
lease and remodel to saut tenant.
Contact C. L Costin. NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that at the
RAWLEIGH DEALER wanted at special meeting of the City Coin-
'once. Good opportunity in Gulf mission of the City of Port St. Joe
County. Write at once. Rawleigh's, to be held: t 8:00 o'clock P. M. on
Dept. FAA-100-105. Memphis, Ten- the 23rd day of 'February 1960, all
nessee. :, atp-1.21 interested persons may appear and
S' file written objections to the con-
NOTICE: to the mothers and fa- formation ofthe preliminary assess-
thers of high school students Iment roll relating to the assessment
Please check ot see if your son has for improvements designated as
received a stainless steel Eigia iSpecial Paving Assessment, District
sportsman wrist watch with sweep No. 2, City of Port St. Joe, said
second hand which he canno.- ac- lands being described as follows.
count for. Reward. Call BAll 7-76'i6. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, and 9 in Block
ARE YOU 'INTERESTED in own- 70. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 in
ing a profitable business? Can Block 71. Lots 6, 7, s, 9, 10, 11 and
be operated in your spare time. A 12, in Block110. Lots 1, 9, 10,11, 12,
coin operated laundry. No exper- 13, 14 and 15 in Block 111. Lots 1,
ience necessary. Low down pay- 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 in Block 112.
ment. Bank financing. Have desir- Lots 1,11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and
-able location in shopping center in 18 In Block 113. Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 and
Port St Joe. Write Robert Dotson, 9 In Block 114. Lot, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
4230 Florida Avenue, Tampa, Fla. 3 7, 8, 9 and 10 in Block 115. Lots 1,
2, 5, 6, 7 and 8 in Block 116. All of
AVON HAS a new weekly earning Block 117. Lots 1 to 10 inclusive in
plan for women over 30 who can Block 118. Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7
work 20 hours 'a week. Opening in and that parcel of land described as
Highland View. If you qualify write follows: Commencing at the North-
Avon Cosmetics, Box 3103, M.S S, east Corner of Lot 7 in Block 119,
Tallahassee, Fla. and thence along the west R/W of
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call Palm Boulevard in a Northeasterly
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for direction for a distance of 350 feet
quick expert service. tfc to 20th Street; thence in a Wester-
ly direction along the South R/W
THERE WILL BE a regular cor- line of 20th Street for a distance of
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge 345 feet to Monument Avenue;
No. 111, F&AM every first and thence in a Southerly direction
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. aiong the East R/W line of Monu-
ment Avenue a distance of 360 feet
to the Northwest Corner of Lot 1,
Block 119; thence in an Easterly
ROBERT H. TRAWIOK, W. M. direction for a distance of 430 feet
POPE FENDLEY, See. to 'the 'point of beginning, in Block
All Master Masons cordially invited 119. Lots 1 to 11 inclusive in Block
120.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE R. W. HENDERSON
Meetings at Moose Hall, 3101 City Auditor and Clerk i


Kiwanis District Governor Ed Newell

Of Palm Beach Visits Local Club Tuesday


District Governor Ed Newell of
Palm Beach paid his official visit
to the Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
Tuesday at their regular meeting.
- Governor Newell .presented a talk
-on the history and the aims of Ki-
wanis International. Governor New-
ell pointed out that the Kiwanis
organization is now 45 years old.


the firewall back.
A grass fire on Hunter Circle
Monday afternoon at 4:30 p.m.
brought the fire department into
action. The fire was quickly ex-
tinguished.
Guest From California


work.
The Governor said that the theme
for the year in Kiwanis was "Free-
dom Is Up To You". He pointed
out the dangers of the rising crime,
delinquent and divorce rates in our
country. "We need to be concern-
ed with these things and do what
we can, actively, to overcome this
loosening of our moral fibre".
The Governor urged that the club
be active in politics in that the:
be concerned with what each can-
didate's stand on the issues at hand
are. "Learn the facts and then, by
all means, vote."
John Barnes of Miami, chairman
of 'the International Convention,
gave the Club some -of the facts
concerning this coming meeting in
Miami Beach.
Guests of the club were Sam Mor-
gan, Martin Crabtree, Wes Powell,
Ira Hill and Pat -Culp of Panama
City and Chesley Fensom of the lo-
cal Key Club.

Volunteer F. D.
Gets Two Calls

The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Department received two calls dur-
ing the past week.
Sunday afternoon at about 2:45
the Department was called out on
the Apalachicola highway where a
1956 Cadillac belonging to a Mr.
Oliphant of Austin, Texas was on
fire. Mr. Oliphant and his compan-
ion, John M. Norwood also of Aus-
tin had stopped to check a slack
tire when the tire burst into flame.
The fire spread to the rear of the
car completely demolishing it from


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While the movement was started Mr. and Mrs. W. S. :Smith have
primarily as a selfish motive, trade as their.guest, Mrs. Smith's cousin,
with each other by its members, Mrs. Sue Owens from San Diego,
the club has come forward to be a California.
movement for the civic good of the
community in which it is located.
The Governor urged thatthe 1o- T E HUR
cal club support the International E CHURC
Convention which will be 'held this of Highla
summer in Miami Beach. He urged WELCOM
that the Club be represented at all SUNDAY SCHOOL
conventions 'held by its district "so MORNING WORSHIP
.taat your club and members will YOUNG PEOPLE I'NDEAVO
learn more about Kiwanis and how EVANGELISTIC SERVICE
better to serve your community". PRAYER MEETING .......-..
The Port St. Joe Club was urg- BIBLE STUDY
ed to carry out its 'plans for es- Rev. B. W. SU
tablishment of a Kiwanis Club in
Apalachicola "and in any other
community you feel a strong, ac- ---
.tive club might be formed". He
also urged that the Club take a INCOME TA
more 'active position in Key Club IN M E B A


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