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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 11, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"

TWENTY-THIRD YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1960 NUMBER 20


Chamber of Commerce Will Begin

Canvass for Membership This Week


Garland F. Lawrence, Chairman
of the -Chamber of Commerce
Membership Committee this week
announced that his committee will
begin -work Monday, February 15
on signing up Chamber members
for the coming year. Lawrence said
the concentrated drive of his com-
mittee will last through February
29.
According. to Lawrence, there
will .be a canvass made of the busi-
ness and industrial areas of Port
St. Joe for memberships. Contacts
will also be made with prospective
individual members by his commit-
tee.
Dues for Chamber of Commerce
membership for this year are set
at $25.00 for business membership
and $5.00 for individual member-
ship.
Members of tho committee are:
G. F, Lawrence, Chairman; Durel
Brigman, Martin Begley, Gannon
Buzzett, Myrtle Odom, Frank Pate,
Ted Frary, Leo Kennedy, J. H. Cha-
son, Polly Sowers and Marion Par-
ker.
Anyone desiring to join 'the
Chamber who is not contacted are
urged to. contact either of these
committee members.


Jaycees To Discuss

Organizing Tonight

There will be a meeting tonight
at the City Hall at 8:00 pm for
the purpose of discussing the ad-
visability of forming a Jaycee
organization in Port St. Joe.
State Jaycee men will be on hand
at the meeting to discuss the sub-
ject with interested -men attending.
If the impression received is fav-
orable tonight, the organization
will be formed tonight.
All men between the ages of 21
and 35 inclusive are urged to at-
tend.


Name Left Off Citizens'
Federal Officer Roster

It has been brought to our atten-
tion that in a story recently listing
the newly appointed officers for the
Citizens Federal Savings and Loan
Association, that one of 'the officers
was unintentionally committed.
The name left out of the officer
list was that of Mrs. Nora Beasley,
who is Assistant Secretary-Treas-
urer of the Association.


About 25 persons attended a special meeting of the Port St.
Joe City Commission Tuesday night to discuss rezoning the west
side of Monument Avenue from Fifth Street to Tenth Street and
the west side of Baltzell Avenue from First to-Fifth Street as in-
dustrial area; the east side of Monument Avenue from Sixth to
Tenth Street as business district and both sides of Fifth Street,
140 feet back from tie street right of way line from Lang Avenue
to Knowles Avenue to business district. All these areas are now
designated as residential areas..
Of those present, there were


aboqt as many opposing the change
of zoning status for Monument
Avenue, as there -were people for
the change. No objection was rats-
d concerning the change of zoning
for Fifth Street.
Mrs. Ruth Soule was the first to
raise her objection. She stated that
she didn't think the change should
go as far as Tenth Street.
Cecil G. Costin, Sr., expressed his
beliefs that he felt there were suf-
ficient vacant lots in the city for
these purposes now. "The time, may
come to. expand, -but I feel that the
time is not now." He pointed out
that the most .desirable business
property in town was along Fifth
Street, all available for building.
Otto Anderson took the floor ex-
pressing the same sentiments as
Costin.
COLDEWEY ASKS CHANGE
Tom Coldewey then took the
floor stating that he was the one
who made the request for the
change in zoning.
Coldewey stated that the present
zoning ordinance was drawn up in
1937 when Port St. Joe was little
more than a.r small village. He said


only possible. then for industry to
grow to the West and the North",
said Coldewey. He pointed out that
industrial status for that area re-
quested would allow the commun-
ity to take advantage of its natur-
al harbor by providing an approved
outlet to the harbor "within the
City limits". Coldewey urged the
Commission to make further long
range zoning plans so that -new
construction may be put in its pro-
per place.
STONE SAYS MARKET
AVAILABLE FOR PROPERTY
Silas R. Stone, local' attorney
and owner of some of the property
involved backed up Coldewey's
plea for, a balanced tax situation.
He stated that the SJPC is now
paying .over 67% of all county taxes
and felt that they were due some
relief.
Stone 'offered the opinion that if
one locates on a main highway, 'he
must expect growth, progress and
eventual expansion of business pro.
parties in and around his area. He
pointed to several homes now in
the business area of the city and
observed that the occupants aopar-


the origintiar l area in the ently were suffering no undue hard-
City's zoning ordinance went to ships or inconveniences from being
Eighth Street. The original busi- so located.
ness district was from First to Stone said that there was already
Fifth Street and from Monument opportunity for developing the prc.
Avenue to Long Avenue. perty of the Stone estate on Monu-
Coldewey told the Commission ment Avenue. (Later in the eveni.1.
and the group that Port St. Joe M. P. Tomlinson said the same ,:-
was destined to grow industrially., ation existed with the Hiltua Law.
"We must get this industrial is property on Monument, which
growth in the city limits in order Tomlinson is handling and will -.i
to balance our tax structure", said velop for business property should
Coldewey. He pointed to industrial the zoning change .be made.) Stoneo
growth Port St. Joe has experienc- said the city must look to the fu-
ed in the past few years. "Only one ture and that he felt the request
of these has built in the City limits was for -the good and the growth of
and pays City taxes", .said Colde- the community.
wey. Industrial potential for the West
AVAILABLE LAND GONE side of Monument was -so great as
Coldewey told the group that to "make SJPC look like a match
land available for industry inside factory", said Stone in speaking of
the City limits was gone. "We have the port potential of that stretch
a fine industrial park along the of land.
canal, but it is outside the City "Present property owners need


limits. Industry in this park will
swell the city's population and in-
crease needs for city services, but
the citizens these new industries
will bring in will pay no city taxes.
The taxes must come from the in-
dustry in order to enable *the city
to supply the necessary services",
Coldewey continued.
He went on to point out that the
City's residential growth has been
to the East and the South. "It is


not alter their property", said
Stone. "Future business and indus-
trial expansion will make their pro-
perty far more valuable than it now
is as homesites". He pointed out
that the change in zoning would
not evict the present occupants of
homes in the area, but would allow
for future development of the pro-
perty, which being on a highway,
makes the property particularly at-
(Continued o Page 4)


JIM GODWIN

Jim Godwin Comes

Out In Sheriff Race

Jim Godwin of Highland V
this week became the first man
announce for a Gulf County of:
subject'to the May primaries wh
he announced his candidacy for
office of Sheriff.
Godwin is 34 years old and
lived in Gulf County for 14 yea
He is a resident of Highland V
and is employed at the St. Joe
per Company.
Godwin says, "I offer my ba
ground as a family man of g
character. It elected I believe t
I can serve fairly and impartial
all the people of this county."
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FFS Investigator

Speaks To Rotary Cl

Joe Schuck, chief investigator
the Florida Forest Service brou
tLe program for the Rotary C
meeting held last Thursday.
Schuck showed a series of in
eating slides of the methods u
by incendarists to burn the fore
Many of the devices were sim
.some were ingenious. All served
burn forests for their makers
one reason or another.
Schuck's office was response
for making the recent .arrests
Walton county charging sev.
men with setting over a hund
fires to carry out -a spite aga
a lumber company employee in I
vicinity.
Schuck pointed out ,to the C
that during 1958 this district
204 fires burning 2,628 acres
woodlands. During 1959 there v
only 200 fires in the area burn
2,424 acres. While the number:
fires was reduced by only four,
speaker pointed out that 100
these fires were set during a
day period by incendarists.
The investigation staff of


Sharks Victors

Over Gators

Tuesday, 69-50

Port St. Joe handed Wewahitch-
ka its 15th defeat of the season in
Wewahitchka Tuesday night when
the Sharks defeated the Gators,
C9-50 behind the sharp shooting of
Jimmy Wilder, Bob Munn and Bud-
dy Ward.
Wilder led .the Sharks as he con-
'tinued his high point making streak
singing 19 markers for the Sharks.
Bob Munn added 15 points and Bud-
dy Ward added 13.
Tommy McGlon of Wewahitchka
took top scoring honors for both
teams as he scored 21 points in his
team's, losing cause.
Mike Stripling added 14 for We-
wahitchka.
Wewahitchka ,made their only
threat against the Sharks in 'the
second quarter when they scored
19 points.
St. Joe fg ft tp Wewa fg ft tp
Munn 7 1 15 McGlon 8 5 21
M'white 3 3 9 Stripling 4 6 14
Ward 6 1 13 McDaniel' 1 0 2
Dawson 3 1 71Bozeman 4 1 9
Wilder 7 5 19 Hanlon 0 0 0
Daniels 3 0 61Lister 2 0 4
Score by quarters:
Wewahitchka ...... 7 19 12 12-50
Port St. Joe -..-... 19 16 14 20-69


Lions Club Plans

For Talent Show

The St. Joe Lions Club held their
regular officers and directors meet-
ing last week at the City Restau-
rant. The highlight of this meeting
was the completion of plans for
their annual talent show, to be
held Thursday night, February 26,
at the grammar .school.
This year's talent show should
exceed all previous shows in en-
ertainment, as a lot of new talent
is available this year, according to
John Simpson, director of the show.
The first rehearsal will be held
tonight .at 7:30 at the Elementary
School Auditorium.
Tickets are now on sale and may
be purchased from any member of
the Lions Club. Prices are $1.00 for
adults and 50c for children. All pro-
ceeds will go to the club's welfare
fund.

STAR Want Ads Get Resalts


Port St. Joe Receives

First Invitation To

Park Board Council

The first invitation for Port St.
Joe to participate on the Advisory'
Council to the Florida State Board
of Parks and Memorials was receiv-
ed here last week..
The duties of this Advisory Coun-
cil is to help in maintaining a lai-
son between the various depart-
ments, the Park Board and the
community in which the particular
.memorial park is located. Through
an oversight there has never been
such .an Advisory Council for the
local Memorial Park and Museum.
The other historical cities of Flor-
ida already have active participa-
tion in such a Council.
Mrs. Ned S. Porter, president of
iew the St. Joseph Historical .Society,
1 to has been asked to serve as chair-
fice man, pro-tem, of a local group, un-
hen til further appointments can be
the made. Mrs. Porter has accepted her
appointment.
has The request was presented by
'ara. James T. Cook, MD, of Marianna.
iew Dr. Cook is the secretary of The
Pa- Florida Board of Parks and Me-
morials.
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hat First Baptists Ask
ally

You TO ComW iSun.

Rev. C. Byron Smith, pastor of
X the First Baptist Church announc-
Sed this week that the congregation
of 'the church will use their new
for church auditorium for the first time
.ght this Sunday.
!lub Pastor Smith said that the new
church would be open Sunday af-
ter- ternoon from 2:00 to 5:00 pm for
sed inspection by the public.
sts. The WMS and the Brotherhood
ple, of the Church will serve as hosts
d to and hostesses.
for Everyone is invited to come dur-
nDg the appointed hours and inspect
the new building.
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in so TO CHURCH SUNDAY
eral
Hired
inst FFS has eleven investigators on its
that 'payroll. Their qualifications are
high, with most of them, including
Schuck, being ex-FBI investigators.
Ilub Schuck said that although there
had are many and varied natural caus-
of es of forest fires, incendiarism or
vere man set fires, still account for 60%
ning of the fires occurring in thi's area.
r of Visitors of the club Thursday
the were Bill Pacey of Leavenworth,
of Kansas; Ocie Webb of Palatka; R.
five W. Norman of Monticello; Swede
Benson of Winter Park and Dick
the McIntosh of Port St. Joe.


Two hundred Port St. Joe c
Joe's Centennial Building Mond,
commerce.
The features of the meeting
and to meet the president of Po
the Florida Gulf Fibre Compan'
here in Port St. Joe around Apri
Also representing the new com-
pany at the meeting was Tom Pres-
cott of Passaic, New Jersey, finan-
cial consultant for the new mill.
Prescott told the group that in
Port St. Joe, leaders of the new
company had found a "congenial
environment" for the location of
their new mill. He said that the
company had originally decided to
build the new mill in New England
but were persuaded by Edward
Ball and Roger Main of the St. Joe
Paper Company that "this is the
place" to build, their new mill.
SJPC WOOS INDUSTRY
Tom Coldewey, Vice-President of
the St. Joe Paper Company intro-
duced the new president, Paul Den-
son who spoke on the history of
work that led up to the announce-
ment last November of the com-
pany's decision to locate in Port
St. Joe. Denson reiterated Pres-
cott's statement that the company
had originally decided to locate in
New Jersey. "They wanted us there
bad-so bad that they offered us
wood stumpage at 75c a cord".
J. C. Belin, another Vice-Presi-
dent of the St. Joe Paper Company
got word of the company's inten-
tions and passed the word to Ball
and Main, suggesting that these
men use their influence to try and
persuade them to move to Port St.
Joe. "Ball and Main are good sales-
men", said Denson.
Denson had praise for Port St.
Joe's cooperation and said that his
company, would be looking for a lot
of cooperation tor themselves from
the town. He stressed the impor-
tance of proper zoning in the city,
-stating that zoning in the ,proper
way. makes a more even spread of
the tax load and thereby made it
attractive for new industry to come
bere.
HIGH PRODUCTION RATE
Denson said that the new mill
will have a machine capable of
turning out the highest rate of its
type medium of any machine in the
w6rld. The new machine will utilize
the vast hardwood forests of north-
west Florida and will manufacture
the fluting that makes up the cen.-
ter section of corrugated board.
"Eventually we plan to use other
former waste products of this area,
too, such as wood chips," Denson
said. The president of the new
company said that the product that
they .manufacture is in great de-
mand and they are already looking
forward to the need for expansion
wb.th the possibility of another pa-
per machine be installed in the fu-
ture.
In .stating his company's policy
Denson said, "Our policy is govern-
ed by the golden rule. We expect
to be good citizens and do our part
to better the community."
OFFICERS INSTALLED
New officers taking over the op-
eration of the Chamber for the
coming year are: Dr. Joe Hendrix,
president; Martin Begley, vice-
president and S. L. Barke, secre-
tary-treasurer.
Committee heads named were
Martin Begley, publicity and adver-
tising Committee; Industrial
Development, H a rry Saunders;
Membership and Attendance, Gar-
land Lawrence; City Improvement
and Expansion, George -Wimberly,
Jr.; Port Development, Herbert
Brown; Military Affairs, Gannon
Buzzett; Welcoming Committee, E.
Tom Pridgeon, Sr.; Housing Com-
mittee, Bob King; Intertainment,
Ed Ramsey; Legal Advisory, Silas


citizens and visitors from neighboring cities gathered at Port St.
ay night for the annual meeting of the Port St. Joe Chamber of C

were the installation of the new slate of officers for the Chamber
rt St. Joe's newest industry, Paul Denson. Denson is president of
y which will begin construction of a 13.5 million dollar paper mill
l 1.


TOM PRESCOTT PAUL DENSON
Financial Consultant Fla. Gulf Fibre President

my Patrick, tax assessor, George fact that the future was bright for
Y. Core, clerk of the circuit court; Port St. Joe. "All the bankers I
City Commissioners, R. H. (Bob) contacted know of the potential in
Ellzey, I W. Duren, I. C. Nedley, Northwest Florida and especially of
Watson Smith and Mayor-Commis- Port St. Joe and its potentially


,sioner, J L 'Sharit.
Guests:from Panama City includ-
ed Mayor Frank Nelson who spoke
brieflyd.- -- :: p..:,:.--i on ti(a pro-
gress of West Florida. He congratu-
lated Port St. Joe on their oneness
of purpose to grow and stated that
the only healthy growth attitude
was to build for West Florida and
not just one community. "As West
Florida grows, so we all grow," he
said.
H. Mack Lewis, president of the
West Florida Gas Company of Pan-
ama City was also 'present and
spoke encouragingly of the pros-
pects for Port St. Joe's port. "I am
speaking as an expert on port mat-
ters, since I serve as a Chairman
of a Port Authority with no port
and no money", he said with his
tongue buried deep in his cheek.
Lewis said that his recent ventures
to the bankers of New York and
Chicago in connection with his
financing attempts for his com-
pany',s natural gas expansion in,
Panama City, convinced him of.the


great port", Lewis said. He urged
that the Chamber do all In its pow-
er to develop the port. "You can-
not attract-shipping business with-
out a ;port--and the business is to
be had", Lewis said.




Hospital Ground

Breaking Monday
The City Commission an-
nounced this week that there
will be a ground-breaking cer-
emony Monday morning at
10:30 am for the new Munici-
pal Hospital expansion pro-
gram.
The Commission announces
that the contractor, the E. F.
Gunn Construction Company
is ready to begin work on the
project. The ground-breaking
will officially begin the work. e
The public is invited to at-
tend the ceremony.


Clerk of Court George Y. Core Says

All You Candidates May Announce


Ladies for Bryant

To Meet Monday

There will be a meeting for all
women who are interested in the
campaign of.Farris Bryant for Gov-
ernor, Monday night, February 15
8:00 p.m. at the Florida Power
Lounge.
All ladies interested are urged to
-attend.
4K

Boat Club Will

Meet Tonight At 8
John Robert Smith, Commodore
of the St. Joe Boat Club announces
that the club will meet .tonight at
8:00 pm, in the Florida Power
Company lounge


R. Stone; Statistical, L. S. Blasett, .. -
Jr.; Boat Basin, John Robert Smith Smith reports that dues for 1960
and Parks and Playgrounds, Sid are now due and may be paid to
Brown. Edward Eells is chairman him at his place of business or at
of the Merchant's Division of the the meeting tonight.
Chamber.
Girls from the Junior Class of DEPUTATION TEAM WILL
the Port St. Joe High School served VISIT METHODIST MYF
the dinner of barbecued chicken Deputation Teams from Wesley
and ribs. Foundation of Florida State Uni-
GUESTS PRESENT versity will visit the Methodist
Guests of the Chamber for the Youth Fellowship this week end.
meeting were County Commission- All Methodist youth are urged to
ers, George W. Cooper, G. S. Crox- attend and cooperate with this pro-
ton, E. C. Harden, Sr, .and Coleman ject.
W. Tharpe; county officers, Har-
land Pridgeon, tax collector; Sam- GO To CHURCH SUNDAY


Clerk of the Circuit Court stated
this week -that candidates for office
may now announce any time they
desire. After a candidate announces
he must comply with the election
laws. These laws provide that he
must begin making a weekly ex-
pense report of all expenses on be-
half of his election efforts. He must
file this report with tl office of
the Clerk of Circuit Court on the
first Monday of each month. He
must use forns for th:.- purpose
furnished by the clerk.
The election code states that
should a candidate not comply with
the election code, he will be dis-
qualified and cannot have his name
printed on the ballot.
Qualifying fees for all county of-
fices are as follows: County Judge
$417.50; Sheriff, $405.00; Tax As-
sessor, $387.50; Tax Collector,
$387.50; Clerk Circuit Court,
$372.05; Supervisor of Registration
$120.00; C oun ty Commissioner.
$60.00; Member, Board of Public
Instruction, $60.00; County Prose-
cuting Attorney, $200.00 and Judge
Small Claims Court, $60.00. These
charges are based on five percent
of the salary for the office.

The Port St. Joe men's softball
league will have a meeting tonight
at 7:30 p.m. at the City Restaurant.
Everyone interested in playing in
the league is asked to attend this
nmeetinug.


Chamber Officers Instled; Forida




Gulf Fibre President Is Introduced


Residents of Monument Avenue




Feel Area Not Needed for Industry


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Eastern Star Has Impressive Installation

Of Officers In Masonic Hall Tuesday

The Masonic Hall in Port St. Joe singing "The Star Spangled Ban-
was the scene of an impressive in- ner", and gave her formal and
stallation service of Gulf Chapter touching farewell address, present-
191, Order of Eastern Star on Tues- ing gifts to her retiring officers.
day, February 2, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Anchors introduced Mrs.
The Hall was beautifully decorat- Calla Howell, installing Conduct-
ed with white and silvery sprayed ress, who in turn presented the
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shrubs placed at vantage points'
throughout the room.
At the altar was a white satin
covered .cross, with the open Bible
and red rose, flower chosen by the
Worthy Matron-elect, Mrs. Jeanette
Presnell. At ithe entrance to the
Hall was a guest book kept -by Mrs.
George Cooper.
The beautiful invocation given
by Rev. C. Byron Smith, was a
spiritual uplift to the gathering.
Preceding the installation the
meeting was called to order by the
outgoing Worthy Matron, Mrs. Bet-
ty Sue Anchors, who gave a most
cordial welcome to members and
the many visitors. She began the
ceremony with the flag salute and


'htoer instaliing otticers assisAing Ai
the ceremony: Mrs. Ruth Ramsey,
Installing Worthy Matron; Mrs.
Effie White, Installing Marshall;
Mrs. Flarazelle Connell, Installing
Chaplain; Mrs. Frances Merlwe-
ther, Installing Associate Conduct-
ress and Mrs. Myrtice Smith, In-
stalling Organist.
Mrs. Flarazelle Connell, Install-
ing Chaplain asked the gathering
to join her in the Lord's Prayer.
Mrs. Ruth Ramsey very graciously
served as Installing Worthy Mat-
ron.
The following officers were in-
stalled for the year 1960: Worthy
Matron, Jeanette Presnell; Worthy
Patron, John Dickey; Associate Ma-


tron, Flora Long,; Associate :Pat-
ron, Roy Blackshear; Secretary,
Neva Croxton; Treasurer, Flossie
Wilson; Chaplain, Belle 'DuBose;
Marshal, Essie Williams; Conduct-
ress, Eula Dickey; Associate -Con-
ductress, Marie Creamer; Ada, Nan-
cy Williams; Ruth, Cora Hall; Es-
ther, Evelyn Smith; Martha, Helen
McKinnon; Electa, Verna Burch;
Warder, Anna Adams and Sentinel,
Robert Creamer.
Mrs. Presnell was escorted to her
station in the East by her husband,
Lewis Presnell. In her acceptance
address she expressed her grati-
tude for the honor conferred upon
her, and paid a lovely tribute to
her family who made it possible for
her serve, 'her husband, Lewis Pres-
nell, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Presnell,
son an ddaughter-in-law, Mrs. Lucy
Larson., friend, Mrs. Guy Presnell,
sister-in-law and her devoted mo-
ther, Mrs. Holliday.
John Dickey expressed his plea-
sure in being chosen to serve again
and was looking forward to a most
pleasant year.
Mrs. Presnell, in a few well' cho-
sen words, 'presented Mrs. Betty
Sue Anchors a gift from 'the Cha-p-


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OES OFFICERS-left to right, front row: Nancy Williams, Ada: Cora Hall, Ruth; Evelyn Smith, Eather;
Helen McKinnon, Martha; Verna Burch, Electa. Second row: Anna Adams, Warder; Marie Creamer,
Assoc. Conductress; Belle DuBose, Chaplain; Essie Williams Marshall; Eula Dickey, Conductress;


Robert Creamer, .Sentinel. Back r
Presnell, Worthy Matron; John D
ton, Secretary.
ter 'and a gift from her officers.
Following was a vocal solo,
"Stranger In Galilee", beautifully
rendered by Mrs. Myrtice Chason,
accompanied by Miss Linda Rich-
ardson.
Before closing 'the meeting, love-
ly Miss Patricia McCormick, page,
presented gifts to Mrs. Presnell's
installing officers.
'Out of town guests attending the
occasion were, Mrs. Sue Owens,
San Diego, California; Mrs. Harry
Bozer, Champaign, Illinois; Mrs. Ef-
fie White, Panama City; Mrs. Guy
Presnell, Panama City; Mrs. Fran-
ces Meriwether, We wahitchka;
Mrs. Josephine White, Wewahitch-
ka; Mrs. Catherine Griffin, Wewa-
hitchka; Mr. and Mrs. O'Neill Mc-
Daniell, Wewahitchka; Mr and Mrs..
William Roomer, Wewahitchka and
many visitors from Port St. Joe.
,Mrs. Flarazelle Connell gave the
Mizpah benediction.
Refreshments of dainty sand-
wiches. cake and coffee were ser-
ved to 85 members and visitors.


St. James Women

Plan Bridge benefit
The women of St. James Episco-
pal' Church will sponsor a Benefit
Bridge party next Wednesday eve-
ning, February 17 at 8:00 p.m at
the Parish House.. Admission will
be $1.00 per player. Refreshments
will be served at the .end of the day.
A high prize will be awarded at
each table, as well as a door prize.
For table reservations call Mrs.
Tom Alsobrook.


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(Photo by LYNART Studio)


Baptist Circles Have
Joint Meeting Monday
All eight Circles of the First Bap-
tist WMS met together at the
church Monday night for a Royal
Service program. Mrs. W. 0. Nich-
ols was in charge of the program.
Their nrogramn nnied with a son


Barbecue; .balogna, lima beans,
cabbage slaw, oatmeal and coconut
cookies, white bread and milk.
Thursday, February 18
Fried chicken, English peas, but-
tered rice, sliced -peaches, white
bread and milk.
Friday, February 19
Stew beef and noodles, steamed
cabbage, carrot sticks, hot rolls, ap-
,ple jelly and milk.

Visiting. Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Minus of Port
Wentworth, Georgia are visiting
their daughter an daon-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. George Wimberly, Jr., and
family.


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Birthday Party
Honors Two Boys
Steve Kennedy and John O'Brian
celebrated their birthdays with a
'party at Wayside Park recently.
Refreshments of birthday cake,
cookies and cokes were served.


and prayer by Mrs C. E. Martin. Those helping the honorees to
This was followed by a demonstra- celebrate were: Patsy Smith Don
tion in poster making by Mrs H. F. Hado Barbara Martin, Cecil Ly
Ayers, Mrs. George Davis, Mrs. E. ons, Dot Dormany, Richard Musson,
M Ramsey, Mrs W J Herring and Mary Ellen Henderson, Jack Lev-
Mrs. Jo Nell Davis, who made pos- ins, Mavis Kennedy, Jimmy Sadler.
Linda LeHardy, Steve Kennedy,
ters illustrating scripture verses. S ,
The posters were hen explained Floynell Walker, Edward Montgom-
by Mrs. Miles, Mrs. Ralph Macom- ery, Gail Anderson, Ralph Elliott,
b Mrs. E r Jeannie Coker, John O'Brian, Rita
ber, Mrs. T. E. Parker, Sr, Mrs Cooper, Donnie Young, Carol Jean
W 0 Nichols and Mrs J E Creel. 'o u, C
WO Nichol ad M J rl. Miles, Buddy Knight, Linda Burge,
Explaining further about the work Miles, Buddy Knight, Linda Burge,
among the San Blas Indians In the R. H. Glass, Hazel Creamer, James
among the San Blas Indians in the Knd, B Adams, o
Panama Canal- Zone were Mrs. Hol- Kennedy, Bobby Adams, Ronny
d, M W. S. S a Adams, Joe Evans, Jerry Barnea,
and, Mrs. W. S. Smith and Mrs. Clifford Tharpe, Michael McKen-
Russell Bowlin. The devotional was zi e Johnny Ray, calvin Jo Kson-
zie, Johnny Ray, Calvin Johnson,
given by Mrs Ralph Jack-son with
given by Mrs Ralph Jackson with Bobby Bell, Joyce Wynn and Peg-
Mrs. Cliff Ellis as soloist.
Mrs. C. Byron Smith closed the gy J oung
Each received many nice gifts
meeting with prayer.
m-e w. p .a.ye and all enjoyed a good time.
DJUUri LUO '_UW jniui i 3U1Lfa


and cookies were served by the so-
cia Ichairman, Mrs. Terry Hinote.
Next Monday the Circles will
meet as follows:
Circle 1 with Mrs. W. J. Belin.
,Circle 2 with Mrs. J D Davis
-Circle 3 with Mrs W. C. Pridgeon.
Circle 4 with Mrs. Grady Keel's.
Young Matron's Circle, with Mary
Lou Taylor.

Visiting Grandparents
Little Freddy Ard of Jay, is vis-


Element ry Lunch

Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, February 156
Sheppard's pie, buttered spinach,
carrot sticks, aple sauce, white
bread and milk.
Tuesday, 'February 16
Sloppy joe on buns, snap beans,


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DAVID NELSON
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TOM WELL JAYNE MANSFIELD
EDMOND O'BRIEN

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Now under construction is a large
amusement arcade building, part
of a 'project that will include jun-
ior and regular size miniature golf
courses and a ,golf driving range.
Also planned are a 'drive-in res-
taurant, refreshment or snack bar.
Parking spaces for over 75 cars
have been provided.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Missler, who'
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E. F. Gunn Construction Com-
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arcade building.


Slow Drivers

Menace In

Heavy Traffic
TALLAHASSEE The Florida
Highway Patrol said this week one
menace on heavily trafficked high-
ways is the "poke along" driver.
These self-appointed ;pace setters
cause many tin-and-steel hangings
along the thoroughfares of Florida
where speed has caused a high per-
centage of the deaths.
Commander H. N. Kirkman said
that a discussion of "slow ,poke"
drivers doesn't by any means rec-
commend speeding, but he pointed
out that people who drive "25 in a
65 mile zone" are doing a lot of
contributing 'to Florida's high acci-
lent rate.
Kirkman said the "poke along"
driver, who causes wrecks and gen-
'ral upheaval in traffic, is the man
who gets in the left lane of a four
'ane road 'and breezes merrily along
at 25 or 3.0 miles an hour without
getting back into the right lane of
traffic so others, who want to move
along at lawful speeds, can pass if
hey wish.
"The left lane of a four lane high-
way is FOR PASSING and not for
slow 'poking along observing the
scenery," declared the veteran pa-
rol commander. The same applies
n towns where 'speed is controlled
in 4-lane highways that serve as
streets through many Florida ci-
ies.


vertlalng doesn't cost-t PAY'S


Wood, Martha Ray Mims, Margaret
Corbin, Shirley Stone, Jewel Dykes,
Johnnie Mae Kelly, Iduma Wingate,
Ella Davis, Eva Wood, Earl Peak,
Susie Laramore, Ethel English,
Earline Davis, Frances Stone, Wal-
ter Armstrong, Ruby Colvin and
Miss Ellnora Wood.
Those sending gifts but unable
to attend were Mesdames Edna Ad-
ams, Lois Miller, Malcom Smith,
Margie Player, Dot Dorman, Thel-
ia Rhames, Mary Lou Rhames, Al-
len Norris, Dolly Brant, Maxie
Smith, Lillie Grantham, Fred Mad-
dox, Edna Gargouis, Clinton Cox,
Ranza Whittington and Eunice
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As GOVERNOR'LE Y COLLINS WIELDSTHE SHOVEL, State
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tree to be planted in Florida. The tree is on the south side of the
state capitol in Tallahassee. Florida Forest Service nurseries this
year will produce approximately 150 million pine seedlings for
distribution at cost to landowners throughout the state.


G.. .Service Officer To Visit City Soon

Veterans of Gulf County who This free service includes assist-
need assistance in obtaining bene- ance to employers of veterans un-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive der the GI Bill, Vocational Train-
guidance from Jim Weant, Assist- ing, Subsistence or other problems.
ant State Service Officer. T During his visit in this area
Weant will visit this area next Weant may be contacted *at the
week for the purpose of helping vet- City Hall in Port St. Joe from 8:00
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-, to prevailing school policy and was be responsible for keeping the pet- scholarship.
School B0oard Offcially Adopts New addressed to the Board for appro- manent record for each of 'his The salutatorian, traditionally ti
val or rejection, partially or corn- "homeroom" students up .to date, in- the U. S., is the student who pro-
Policies ^ Recommended By. GCEA pietely. The Board approved all eluding such factors as test results, ounces the address of welcome on
items but one, withholding action statistics. commencement night. He is usually
on the one item (a $50 supplement HONOR STUDENTS the second high in scholarship.
At *the regular Gulf- County Gulf County Education Association at the end of the school year for 2. Among honor graduates, the SPONSOR PAY
School Board meeting Tuesday of in a policy paper dated August 21, teachers who have been Junior and categories "valedictorian" and "Sa- 3. Junior and Senior sponsors
last week, members ,adopted most 1959. Senior class sponsors) pending fur- lutatorian" will be eliminated. Any should get a $50 supplement at -the
of the recommendations for Gulf The paper contained recomnmen- other study. student graduating with honors end of the school year, for which
County schools, proposed by the dations for changes and -additions' On this one item, the Board ap- (2.5 average or better) will have they would:
peared to agree that if it did ap- the privilege of being on the Corn- (a) Attend Junior and Senior
prove, the effective date would bh ,mencement Program and otherwise Class meetings.
deferred until beginning of the next being recognized as an outstanding (,b) Supervise and assist in rais-
LCP school year. student. A grade of-1 equals' 3, B ing all monies toward school pro-
: ITEMS PRESENTED equals 2, C equals 1, and D equals grams.
i A lOther items in the paper were 0. t (c) Supervise selection of invita-
already in effect and only needed The Valedictorian, traditionally tions and presentation of class
CASH and CARRY formal approval of the Board. in the U. S., is the student who plays.
A Among the items included in tie pronounces the farewell address at (d) Supervise and assist in plan-
GCEA policy paper were: commencement exercises. Usually, ning annual entertainments.
D ry C lean & stress 1. The homeroom teacher wi-1 na is the student who ranks first in (e) Supervise and assist in the
D ry C letN or essv preparation of. the year book and
S- their activities regularly conduct-
S.........ed by the school.
This is the item (3) the Board
PANTS --p- air 40c FAITH BIBLE CHURCH set aside for further study.
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Luckily for Florida's green salad
fanciers, last month's brisk weather
left the state's many acres of Ro
maine, endrive, escarole, Chinese
cabbage and lettuce almost un-
scathed.
Green salads should play an im-
portant role i'n Floridians' winter
diet because thye contain seven ba-
sic minerals .and vitamins and also
bring every bit of their nutritional
value to the table for they are eat-
en raw.
Generally, winter (even Florida's
winter) is a time when ,menus lean
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carbohydrates and calories make
for satisfied appetites. Green sal-
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texture contrasts.
The main trick of successful
green salads is a good dressing ov-
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cloth and putting it back into the
refrigerator until just before serv-
ing. This can actually put crispness
back into limp leaves and makes a
salad more than produce counter
tresh.
As for the dressing, try this re-
cipe for French dressing.
FRENCH DRESSING
1 teaspoon sugar
teaspoon salt
% teaspoon dry .mustard
% teaspoon -paprika
dash cayenne
3 tablespoons lime juice
2 tablespoons vinegar
cup olive oil or salad oil
Place -all ingredients in pint jar
with screw top. Cover tightly and
shake very well before pouring
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THE STAR
Publlshed Every Thursday Af 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY __ Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Oolumnixt, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
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Florida, undez Act of March 8, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-8161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissionsin advertisements, the publisher
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for suck
advertiaement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word in thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly conTvice.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.

rKHIE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1960


Scouting's Effect On World Peace
After reviewing the record of the Boy Scouts of America,
here at the end of their first half century, we think it's somehow
comforting to find over 33,000,000 men and boys have pledged
themselves to a creed of patriotism, reverence and helpfulness.
If this creed were not international, then possibly the effect
on the minds and morals of the world's young men would not be
so outstanding, but the Scout Oath and Law are more or less
world-wide in meaning and this gives all boys an opportunity to
be uniform in their agreement on such basic tenets as "how to
treat your neighbor," "helpfulness", and "respect for others' be-
liefs."
Furthermore, every four years the Scouts hold an event called
a world jamboree which takes place in some part of the world, the
place to be decided upon by the International Bureau of Scout-
ing. There, Scouts representing 67 free nations, live together,
sharing first-hand knowledge of each country's habits, customs,
ard modes of living. It's significant to note, that neither Rus-
sia nor any other dictator-controlled country has ever allowed
Scouting to flourish and w e suspect that one of the reasons is
their inability to stand up under a boy-level comparison such as
this.
This year the Port St Joe Troop 47 is sending every boy that
expressed a desire to go to this World Jamboree at the time of
registration for this event. Boys who have gone to previous
World Jamborees profited greatly by the trip and the experience.
The local Scouts, on the most part are earning their own way to
the Jamboree, which furthers the Scout purpose of training a boy
to fend for himself.
In any event, this is the 50th anniversary of Scouting in
America and we are pleased to offer our hearty congratulations
to the boys and leaders who have made this movement a signifi-
cant power in the world.
Truly Scouting is an organization that builds boys into the
I st of men.

Freedom !s Everybody's Job
Few members of Congress are present to hear the prayers
with which the daily sessions of both the House of Representa-
tives and the Senate are opened observes Editor Glenn Martz in
'The Lowdown on Farm Affairs from Washington", nor do these
supplications often appear in print.
But Mr. Martz thinks every member should have heard -
and paid heed -- to a recent invocation of the Senate Chaplain,
the Rev. Frederick Brown Harris, who said, (in part):
"Give us to know with a solemnity that awes our spirits that
if a nation values anything more than freedom under God, it will
lose its freedom: and that if it is comfort or luxuries, security or
money that it values more, in the long run it will also lose them.
So in this day of contending values, gird us at any sacrifice to
incarnate and exemplify the faith we proclaim and to be ever
loyal to the deathless principles for which even the stars in their
courses fight."
Editor Martz is urging every Congressman to read these
words twice -- in case they don't sink in the first time.
In Government, business and private everyday living we have
become too lax in preserving the things for which this country
has been founded on. Corruption is everywhere and will take us
straight down the road to destruction unless the policy of treat-
ing our neighbor as ourself is not reinstated in our living habits.


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MOTOR. FUEL REVENUES IN '. m-A,.-/
THE U.S. ROLL IN AT THE RATE OF
MORE THAN $14,000,000 A DAY. /
IT 15 ESTIMATED THAT THIS YEAR ALONE /
MOTORISTS WILL PAY WELL
OVER 5,4-00,000,000 IN .--- .-
AMTOR FUEL TAXES




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Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION __ 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:80 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
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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.


mcMullen Sec. of Social Security Gives Retirement Facts

State Candidate "Help us to help you," is the ad- eluding the Schedule C or F w
vice of John V. Carey, district man- shows their self-employment
LIVE OAK-J. L. McMullen, 46- ager of the Panama, City social se- come, and the cancelled cl
year old Live Oak businessman and curity office, to persons planning money order stub, or bank rec
former Clerk of the Circuit Court to retire soon and apply for their which shows they .paid .the ta:
of Suwannee County, formally an- social security benefits. "We can "File your claim early, u'
nounced in Tallahassee Monday get that first check to you a lot three months before retirement
that he would be a candidate for quicker if you bring the necessary bring your proofs with you," C
proofs with you when you come in stressed, "for prompt payment
S- to file a claim." your first social security chi


J. L. I.it.IULLEN
the office of Secretary of State.,
In announcing for this State Cab-
inet Post, McMullen said that the
man who will be selected to suc-
ceed Robert A. Gray in this posi-
tion 'must meet the challenge of
continuing prompt, ',officeint and
courteous service for which this of-
fice is recognized and to furnish ex-
perienced leadership in a dynamic
growing state.

Carroll Seeks

Judge Post
Donald K. Carroll, Judge of the
District Court of Appeal, First Dis-
trict Court of Appeal, First District
'of Florida, has announced that he
will qualify this month as a caa-


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didate for election to his second
term in that office. He also announ-
ced that H. C. Roland of Tallahas-
see will be his Campaign Treasurer
and the Peoples Bank of Tallahas-
see his Campaign Depository.


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SMr. Carey pointed out that many
people retire early in the year and
are now coming to the social secur-
ity office to file claims for benefits.
These claims can be completed
'much faster when needed proofs are
presented at the time of filing. A
telephone call to the office before
retirement may save a great deal
of time by insuring that all evi-
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Generally, a claimant for month-
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This may be done with some record
that is old and reliable. Also, evi-
dence of the claimant's earnings for
1959 is necessary. A copy of Form
W-2, Withholding Statement, for
1959 is acceptable if the income
was earned as an employee. The
self-employed should bring a copy
of their 1959 income tax return, in-


LADIES' DRESSES

Remarked for Quick Clearance

1 LOT Formerly $10.98 $450
to $14.98. NOW ONLY .-- W.

1 LOT Formerly $12.98 7 50a
to $16.98. NOWVONLY ----, .4U
1 LOT formerly $14.98 $9 f50
to $26.98. NOW ONLY ...... [U


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The office for this area is located
at 1135 Harrison Avenue, Panama
City. The telephone number is POp-
lar 3-5331.
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ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev. G. D. Underhill, Vicar
Septuagesima, Sunday, February
14. 7:30 a.m, The Celebration of
the Holy Eucharist followed by a
breakfast and 'meeting for the
Episcopal Churchmen The Vicar
will continue his Instructions on
The Church Visible. 0:45 a.m., The
Church School. 11:00 a.m, Morning
prayer and sermon. This service
will be taken by the Rev. Warren
MK. Johnson, D acon-lni-charge of
Trinity Church, Apalachicola. Your
Vicar will celebrate the Holy Eu-
charist and preach a.t Trinity


LADIES
BLOUS


Highland View

WMU Met Monday

The WMU of the Highland V:ew
Baptist Church met Monday at 3:00
pm for their mission study program.
Church. 6:30 pm, The Episcopal
Young Churchmen.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.,


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There were 11 .members present.
The meeting was opened with a
scripture reading taken from Psalm
104:1-15 with those .present read-
ing responsively.
The prayer calendar was read
-and prayer led by Mrs. Dobbs. A
short skitt by five ladies w.as given
for the program on "Reaching Ru-
ral Churches in America". Mrs.
Phyllis Price gave a portion of the
mission study book.
The meeting was dismissed with
prayer by Mrs. Joy Richards.


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Tom Sawyer Shirts
Short Sleeve and Long Sleeve
Formerly $1.98 to $2.98
NOW $1 ,29

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CORDUROY SHIRTS
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Now Only S1.87


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Bath Towels
Formerly 49c
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Fashion Craft
Ladies' Shoes
Formerly $10.95
Now $4.98

1 LOT
Ladies' Shoes
Formerly $6.98
Now $3.98

1 LOT
PIECE GOODS
Formerly 59c to 790 yd.
3 yds. $1.00

1 LOT
BLANKETS
$3.95

1 Lot Children's
SH 0 ES
Formerly $4.95 to $5.95
Now $2.95

1 TABLE
Ladies and Childrens
SHOES
Only $1.98


1 TABLE
Children's


Men's Winter Jackets -- V/ Price MEN'S SHIRTS


Boys' Winter Jackets V2 Price

1 Lot Boys' Pants ----- $2.99

1 Lot Boys' Dungarees -- pair 98c

Formerly $7.95
72" x 84" Blankets --- $5.95

1 Lot Ladies' Skirts --- --/2Price

1 Lot Ladies Bras, Girdles V/2 Price

Formerly $1.00
Large Size Bath Towels --- 69c

Ladies' Nylon Hose 2 pr. $1.00

I Lut Men's Felt Hats ----1/2 Price

Men's Flannel Pajamas -.. $2.95

1 Lot Men's Sox --- 3 for $1.00
JUST A FEW LEFT
Men's Fall Suits-------- Off

men's SportCots------ Off

Children's Flannel Pajamas 12 Price

Children's Sweaters --- Price
Formerly $1.19 to $1.69 Yard
1 Lot Drapery Cloth -- yard $1.0


LOADS OF OTHER VALUES
That we cannot list .
But They Will Be Marked With A Red Tag

Come In and See for Yourself


Sport and Dress
Formerly $3.98 to $4.98

Now $2.95

Mens'
DRESS PANTS
Formerly $6.98 to $14.98
Now /3 Off

1 LOT MENS'
Short Sleeve

SPORT SHIRTS
$1.98

Mens'
Wash and Wear
PANTS
Formerly $4.98

Now $3.0 0

Mens'

SWEATERS
1/2 PRICE

1 LOT
Men's Florsheim
SHOES
Formerly $16.95 to $19.95

Now $10.00

1 LOT
Men's Fortune

SH 0 ES
Formerly $9.95 to $12.95

Now $5.00


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Tri:ple-A N
Preservation Te

of Health Required.

is Your R
Dlty DAYTONA BEACH-Hope was
expressed here this week that the
1961 Florida Legislature will enact
a Michigan type law requiring
It is a responsibility to yourself, youths under 18 to pass a driver
your family and your job. education course before being licen-
TO PRESERVE THIS HEALTH sed.
visit your doctor for regular A plea for public support of the
check-ups ctor proposal came from Marvin L. Hol-
Sloway, president of the Peninsula
0 see that you get enough food Motor Club (AAA), who also serves
and sleepIas chairman of the driver education
0 take care of occasional Or subcommittee of the Citizen Ad-
chronic disorders
4 visory Committee on Highway Safe-
It is our business to help you ty. He was here attending a driver
safeguard your health with our education working conference spon-
prescription service. e w c o-
r scored by the State Board of Educa-
tion.
The motor club, which was a pio-
Suzzett's Drug Store neer in inaugurating driver educa-
tion in Florida starting in 1940, has
Port St. Joe, Florida formally endorsed the measure
which was one of the planks in the
THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. 1959 legislative program of the
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1960 Florida Conference of AAA MotorI
Clubs.

Mexico Beach WSCS ThTe subcommittee of the Citizens
Committee on Highway Safety .at a
Holds Regular Meeting meeting in Miami in January like-
wise favored passage of the law.
The WSCS, of the First Metho- Holloway released new figures
dist Church of Mexico Beach met compiled by the AAA which indi-
in the home of Mrs. John Kochem, cate that nationwide more than
last Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. 4,000 lives of youth have been say-
Mrs. Edward Gould, vice presi- ed in the last 25 years through high
dent, presented the program, "City school education courses.
Missions" ,assisted by Mrs. Don During "the period the Triple-A
Elliott, Mrs. Sam Harmon and Mrs. has spent more than two million
Barney Early. dollars promoting the courses. But,
Holloway explained, "It is estimat-
Mrs. James Chewning read the ed that economic savings in teen-
minutes of the previous meeting age traffic accidents--resulting
.and the treasurer's report was giv- from better trained drivers -
en. Plans were made to observe amount to almost half a billion dol-
World Day of Prayer on March 4 lars."S
at 7:00 p.m. Th motor cnluh leader salid if


After the singing of "Blest Be Florida requires driver education as
The Tie That Binds". Mrs. Gould a pre-requisite for drivers' licenses
ended the program with a prayer. for youths under 18, that the educa-
Refreshments were served by the tion program would have to be ex-
hostess 'to nine .members and 12 panded and that- the state would
visitors, have to find some means of financ-
The next meeting on March 2 ing the expansion.
will be in the home of Mrs. Don ----- -
Elliott. GO TO CHURCH SUNDA's


Vants Driver Course


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TOO LATE TO

CLASSIFY
By RUSSELL KAY


It is doubtful if any public offi-
cial in this state ever received a
greater or more deserved tribute
than was accorded the Hon. Ray E.
Green in the form of a testimonial
dinner staged at the Clearwater mu-
nicipal auditorium recently.
The event, sponsored by the De..
mocrats and Democratic organiza-
tions of Pinellas County, attracted
business, civic and political lead.
.ers from all over the state.
Heading the long list of dignmtar
ies who came to pay tribute to
Comptroller Green were Governor
LeRoy Collins, Secretary of State
R. A. Gray, State Treasurer Edvin
Larson and Attorney General Dick
Ervin. Cabinet members Nathan
Mayo, Commissioner of Agricultare
and Thomas D. Bailey, State Super
intendent of Public Instruction,
while not able to attend were rep-
,resented by Governor Collins.
Other state officials in attend-
ance were State Hotel Commis-
sioner, Richard Edgerton; Depart-
ment of Public Safety Director, Col.
H. N. Kirkman; Ernest Mitts, State
Conservation Department Director.'
James Vocelle, State Industrial
Commissioner; Al Rogero, Stta3
Road Board member. Former Cun-
gressman Courtney Campbell and
Chief Justice of the Florida Su-
preme Court, Justice Glenn Terre'l
were also in attendance.
John Rowe, Clearwater attorney,
was master of ceremonies, and
speaker of the evening was Sta*e
Senator Henry S. Baynard.
Governor Collina expressed hi"
pleasure at the privilege of shar-
ing with Ray Green such a happy
occasion and he termed Green "as
dedicated and capable a public ser-
vant as it is possible to find."
Reviewing Green's service to his
community and his state, Senator
Baynard traced Ray's political re-


cord which began when he was
elected mayor of Clearwater, where
he served two terms, followed by
his appointment to the office of
Clerk of the Circuit .Court in Pin-
ellas County and subsequent re-
election to that office three consec-
utive terms.
In 1949 Green moved to Tallahas-
see to become Assistant State


Comptroller and upon the resigna-
tion of Comptroller Gay he was
appointed to the cabinet office.
"He is a highly respected official
among members of the Legislature"
Baynard said. "Legislators lean on
him for financial advice. He has
served with dignity and distinc-
tion."
"Green makes a hard headed and
common sense approach to all prob-
lems and has remained the plain
and considerate person who has
traveled throughout the state as-
sisting local officials with their
problems and making countless
warm friends."
As comptroller he handles all
state funds and serves as State


Bank Commisioner. .The w i d e Florida from the Demoatcrts of-Pa
friendship he has among bankers ellas County."
testifies to his ability and the ef- --o
ficient operation of his office.
His outstanding achievement in ::. ..
the setting up and handling of the AB.l"
sales tax is evidence of his organi- .
zation and -executive ability. Al- '


ways courteous and considerate he
has enforced sales tax regulations
with the minimum of complaint
and he has the respect and good-
will of merchants and business men
throughout the state.
At the close of the testimonial
dinner Green was presented a beau-
tiful plaque inscribed for "Disting-
uished service to the people of
Pinellas County and the State of


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With electric appliances there are no flames or
fumes no messy pots or pans or dirtyrooms.
And remember, you will save money when
you go All-Electric in your home. So switch to
electric cooking and water heating NOW and
take advantage of the big installation savings
being offered!


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Switch To Electric Cooking and
Water Heating and Save up to $50 !

Now's the time to switch to switches. ,We
will pay $25 toward the installation cost
of each electric range and water heater
replacing a flame-type appliance. For full
details see your dealer er plumber o,
contact our local office.


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List pr ces as much as $76.05 lower on popular models with popular equipment


The '60 Chevrolet models most people
buy, equipped the way most people
want them, are actually priced lower
than last year's models. This two-
tone Bel Air V8 sedan, for example-
with Turboglide, push-button radio
and de luxe heater-lists for a whole
$76.05 less! Prices are lower for all
comparable V8 models throughout
the line. Also for all comparable 6-
cylinder models with Powerglide. Yet
Chevy's loaded with more of the
things that put pleasure into owning
a car. (Just look at the list!) It's the
greatest year yet to get into a Chevy!

Softer, more silent ride with coil
springs at all four wheels and new
butyl rubber-cushioned body mounts.


Big brakes for quicker, surer stops.
Rivetless bonded linings mean they
last longer, too.
More room to relax in. Chevy sedans
offer roomier seating than any car in
their class. Lower, narrower trans-
mission tunnel means more foot room.
Only full wraparound windshield
among the leading low-priced cars.
Electric windshield wipers keep sweep-
ing even when you speed up to pass.
Vent windows crank open and closed.
So much simpler than fighting those
tricky little catches.
Keyless locking of all doors. Quick
and easy. The same key opens door,
glovebox, trunk and starts the car.


Economy Turbo-Fire VS. Or how to
get up to 10% more miles per gallon
of regular and still have lots of "git."
Thriftiest 6 In any full-size car. It's
the '60 version of the engine that got
22.38 miles per gallon in the 1959
Mobilgas Economy Run.
Widest choice of power teams. 24
engine-transmission teams in all, with
output up to 335 h.p.
A trunk that's made for long trips
with up to 22.5 % more actual luggage
space. Sill's lower for easier loading.
Fisher Body craftsmanship. Look at
the finish, the
fabrics, the detail
work. You'll see CHEVROLET
the difference.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Floprda THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1960

Church Attendance Crusade Records


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School 273
Training Union 106
Worship Services ..- ........ 460
FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
Sunday School 26
Worship Services 56
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL


Church School 22
Worship Services -------- 77
Young Churchmen ---........ 10
CHURCH of the NAZARENE
Sunday School 40
Worship Services 71
WHITE CITY BAPTIST
Sunday School 107


1,874,027 PEOPLE DID NOT DIE

Fifteen years ago, before the wonder drugs were
discovered, death claimed 10.8 out of every 1,000
people in the U.S. But today, the death rate is
down to 9.2 per 1.000 people -- the lowest in his-
tory. This means that 1,874,027 people DID NOT
DIE in the past 15 years -- thanks to the antibi-
otics, the hormones, and the other miracle prescrip-
tions which are now available. That's why we say:

Today's Prescription Is the Biggest Bargain In History

SMITH'S PHARMACY
JOHN ROBERT SMITH, Pharmaceutical Chemist
236 Reid Ave Phone BAll 7-5111


Training Union 97 with their parents, Mr. and Mrs,. 3 a atMs, Marvli Adkinas, Meslene
Worship Services .--....-.... 203 V Cannington. Adkins, Kenneth Hicks, Phyllis
I We welcome to our community, Terry, Stevie Macomber, Archie
Highland View Methodist M E. Bazzell who is operating a McMullon, Dewana Guillot, Brenda
Sunday School 47 repair shop here in Highland View. Adams, Lavonia McMullon, Jimmie
Evening Fellowship -- .. ----- 20 Mrs. Lukie Barrow and relatives Godwin, Danny Dady, Ricky Min-
Worship Services --------- 92 from Bronford visited Mrs. Clinton ger, Dickie Parker, Columbus Ad-
---- Cox Saturday. kins, Mike Gainie, Johnny Griffin,
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bazzell of Mark Lyle and Larry Rafifeld.
Sunday School 180 Chickasaw, Ala., visited their mo- Bridal Shower
Youth Fellowship 22 their and sister, Mrs. David Coley Mrs. Catherine Biggs and Hazel
Worship Services ..---.--- 309 and Mrs. S D Gordon during the Creamer honored Miss Barbara
----week end. Bishop with a calling bridal show-
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST Mrs J. V. Cannington visited in er in the Florida Power Lounge
Sunday School 191 Panama City Saturday with her Friday, February 5 from 5:00 to
Training Union 98 daughter, Mrs. Dalton Grace and 7:00 pm. Sandwiches and coffee
Worship Services ------------.. 302 family, were served to those who called.
Clinton Cox and Jimmy Whitting- Miss Bishop received many lovely
Oak Grove Assembly of God ton spent last week end in Mem- and useful gifts.
Sunday School 201 phis, Tenn, with Jimmy Cox, who
Christian Cadets 40 is stationed at the Naval' Air Tech- Church of the Nazarene
Young People 35 nical Training Center in Aviation Buys Property for Church
Worship Services .....--......-- 217 Structural Mechanics School.
Jim Godwin and Jim Chestnut The Church 'of the Nazarene has


NEWS FROM
Highland View
By HAZEL CREAMER
Phone 7-4976
Mrs. Willie Enfinger had -as her
guests this week her daughter, Mrs.
Willard Cooper and son from Fort
Walton Beach.
Rev. and Mrs. Charles Harthern
and Mr. and Mrs. W C Miles, visited
Saturday in Graceville with Rev.
'and Mrs R E Taylor.
Mr and Mrs. Joe Daugherty of
Tallahassee spent the week end


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12 LN


DOORS

OPEN AT A. M.


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were in wewahitchka ivionday on purchasedu rom the St. Joe L dand
business. and Development Company one -and
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Adams vis- one tenth acres of land for a church
ited friends and relatives in Pan- location. This property is located
ama City Sunday afternoon. |at the intersection of Long Avenue
and Niles Road.
Birthday Party
Rk B hayt so o r a The church will begin construc-
Ricky Batson, -son of Mr and tion within the next few weeks
Mrs. Billy Batson celebrated his
on the first unit of its building.
seventh birthday with a -party at onT first unit its building 28
his home, Monday, February 8 at T
3:30 p.m. Games were played and building with a 64x26 educational
'annex. The auditorium of this first
after the tradition of blowing out unit will later be used for a young
the candles on the birthday cake people's assembly room when the
and singing "Happy Birthday". re- main sanctuary is constructed.
freshments were served. Those "
rehment were erved. Thoe The first unit will contain a nur-
helping Ricky celebrate were Ron- __ ', -. ,


sery, pastor's 'study and a church
office with ten educational rooms
for the Sunday School department.
J. A. Blackwell is pastor of the
church.


TO KEEP PACE WITH PORT ST, JOE ... .We have finished
completely remodeling our store inside and out. New front, new marquee, new fixtures,
new lighting, air conditioned and controlled heat.


A ThLlTattler

Published by
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL *' -
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a ,
little fun"
222 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
PHONE BALL 7-4261 BOYLES
STORE PERSONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
GUJY N. MIDDLETON ----------- Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
EARLINE SNELL O---_ Ladies' 'and Children's Ready4o-Wear
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
ESTHER TAYLOR MARY REEVES JIMMY STEPHENS

Remodeding and Reconstruction

Is Nearing An End At Boyles!
(Amazing Clean-up Specials Offered This Week)
Dear friends:
No doubt you've notice the absence of this column for several
weeks. Well, it was necessary to take time out to attend to some
important housecleaning at BOYLES. the Cash Store that had a
faded, billious face and was somewhat run down at the heels. It
was a big job but now BOYLES Department Store has a new face,
a shiny new black and white suit, plus a complete renovation inside.
Now, the dust and dirt of remodeling is being removed. Soon BOYLES
will be in a position to serve you better than ever with our usual
Sunshine Values in a real Sunshine Store. You'll receive official
notice of a Brand New Opening shortly and in the meantime we're
offering some real sensational CLEAN-UP SPECIALS. We mention
only a few here You'll find many more while you're looking
around: Bright, new Spring '60 Dresses $5.99 that look several dol-
lars more Your'choice of our stock Ladies Hats, values to $5.00
Listen: Only $1.00. Over 100 pairs Ladies Dress and casual Shoes,
values up to $12.75, Clean-Up Price, $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00. In our new
Piece Goods Department you'll find laughing new Drip Dry Plaid
Cottons, actually worth $1.00 a yard-Clean-Up Price 69c yard. Also
40 inch Standard Quality Unbleached Sheeting four yards for $1.00.
Be sure to check a real money saving collection of remnants accumu-
lated during remodeling.
Guy Middleton is all a-twitter over his new Men's and Boys'
Department. He'll sell you Boys Woven Plaid Shirts for only $1.00
each (you'd pay $1.95 elsewhere). Men's Sport Shirts and Men's and
Boys' Suits are available at greatly reduced prices. We have the
largest Work Clothes Department in Gulf County featuring famous
Lee and Big Dad guaranteed garments for work and play. BOYLES
Prices are unbeatable. Speaking of prices I had an Interesting ex-
perience in a local grocery store recently: I asked for a dollar's
worth of steak-The butcher replied: "Brother, you said a mouthfull"
A thought for the day when troubles stack up: "He delivers the
afflicted by their affliction, and opens their ear by adversity"-Job
36:15. S'long 'til next week. RGB.
P.S.-Dial WJOE daily at 8 and 9 AM for Sunshine Specials
from BOYLES!


Free Balloons

TO EACH CHILD


As Long As They Last


HAWAIIAN PRINTS ------- yard 79c
LOVELY LADY SHEERS---------yard 59c
CORONETS------- ---------yard 59c
BLACK and WHITE PRINTS------yard 49c
ODD LENGTH MATERIAL-__--3 yards $1.00
WE CARRY BUTTERICK PATTERNS


Muscogee Towels Matched Hand
Assorted Stripes 22" x 44" Towels, 35c
2 for, $ 1. Matched Wash
Cloths, 19c

Wedg eHeels Many Colors
Ladies' SLIPPERS --pr. $1.00

RUBBER THONG SANDALS 49c, 59c and 69c
24" x 40'" Fringe All Around Rubber Base
Chenille RUGS---------1.00

Assorted Patterns
PLASTIC DRAPES pair 67c


VALENTINES
BOX OF 50

$1.00
PACKAGES
59c, 39c, 29c and 1


Assorted
CHOCOLATES
In Heart Shaped Boxes

$1.85 $1.19
and 69c


Celebrating





OF SERVING YOU
New lines of merchandise have been
added to our quality stock.
New Merchandise Arriving
Weekly! ____

Child's Training 19c Value

PANTIES lO
SIZES 2, 4 and 6

Men's White
HANDKERCHIEFS
PKG. of 10
Reg. $1.00 77o

Something New -


Fresh Cooked Nuts

Cooked In Our Store Before Your Eyes
Guaranteed Cooked Fresh
81" x 99" Everwear
MUSLIN SHEETS

special $1 9 each

Ladits, Sanforized, Shadow Panel
COTTON SLIPS
Reg. $1.29
Now Only 31 a
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Port St. Joe, Florida


Forest Service Lists Vve less fires and 61.4 less acres
burned this year during January.
2 Fires In January Pope says that care in the woods
can keep this .good record in .effect
Dispatcher H. Pope o fthe St. throughout the remaining 11
Joe. Tower of the Florida Forest months of 1960.
Service says that county fire re- -r
ports show one careless camp fire
and one careless brush burning that SCOUT MOFATHERS TO MEETAND
burned 12.6 acres in Gulf County There -will be a meeting of he
during January of -this year. Othere will be a meeting of the
During the same 'period in Jan- -mothers and fathers of Boy couts
S of 1959 the Cont hd e going to the Jamboree -tomorrow
ieced one incendiary fire 'burning night at 8:00 p.m. atthe Scout Hut,
two acres; one smoker fire, burning according to John Simpson, scout-
two acres; onesmoker fire, burningmaster.
10 acres; one camper fire burning
five acres; -three brush burning,
destroying 48 acres and one logging Visiting Father
fire burning nine acres. This makes S/1C L. George Cooper of Fort
a total fo seven fires burning 74 Knox, Kentucky. is visiting this
acres in January -of 1959. week with his'father, George Coop-
The report 'shows that there were er.


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Limited Amounts of Paint at Sale Price
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DURA-VINYL


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INTEROIR LATEX $4.40


(All' Prices for Gallon Cans)


PITTSBURGH RUBEZED W ALLHIDE
(Discontinued Colors)


Reg. Price
Per Gal.


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Mnm eni Avenue I Mrs. Myrtle Odom went on011 &e- provide a relief of this siuastoi3i Beacon Hill. 1 to 3 bedroom from House at St. Joe Beach, $7,872.
cord opposing the move heranstate gin tht the rea on $45 to -100 per month plus utilities. 2 houses in downtown Wewahit-
(Continuedord a opposing the .move for her and stated again that the area Phone 9-1184 or see Mrs. Elizabeth chka, $7,875.
(Continued from page 1) children's grandmother, "who is cerned was the only property in the Thompson at Costin Cottages, Bea- 1 bedroom trailer, '51 model, $1,-
tractive for business purposes. Happy in her home in this area and city that could be so designated con Hill. 4t-1-7 600.
TAPPER SPEAKS ;I think she should remain so". In answer to Tapper, Coldewev F Furnished aNew 3 bedroom houses on Bell-
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment amy Circle.
George G. Tapper took the floor I Harold Odom recognized the said that industry cannot be sold on Fourth St. See Frank LeHardy 2 bedroom trailer, '56 model for
In behalf of his mother and made 'problems the City faces with ex- a promise. Zoning and property or phone 7-8141. tfc-1-14 sale or rent with all accessories.
the longest opposition to the move pension. He suggested that the City must be available to begin bargain- FOR RENT: Nice 6 room house. FOR RENT
of the evening. look at zoning as an overall project ing. Bath, hot and cold water. See M 3 bedroom furnished -house on P
Tapper stated that everyonebefore beginning spot zoning. I Stone rebutted by saying that Mrs. Hardy at Postoffice in Over- Mclellan Ave.
T appear stated th a t e er o e foardy atginnistofficezoFPR ID G EO N A G EN CY
wants Port St. Joe to grow. Tapper The only other objection to the there was .a demand now for some street. tfe-1-14 411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741
said he expects no one to stand in move was offered by Frank Han- of the proposed business property. FOR RENT: Houses, furnished and
the way of that development know- non, who merely went on record Lots now available were not for unfurnished. $37.50 per month and FOR SALE: Deluxe mahogany chi-
ingly. Tapper added his voice to as opposing the move for the same sale. He asked the group if the sale up. Call BAll 7-4156. na closet. $45100. Phone 7-8708. 2t
thosestatingthey didn't think thereasons as the occupants of the of property should go on a seniority FOR RENT: Very nice bedroom.
re-zoning was needed at the pres- area had expressed. He felt that basis. "These owners along High- Private bath. Gentleman prefer- FOR SALE: Fish and poultry dis
ent. "If new industry should want other property should be utilized way 98 from First to Fifth Street red. Mrs.e J C Culpepper, 529 7th ooplay case, elec tric esize 4? cft.
the property in the future a five- first. do not desire to sell. There is a de- NE 9-2104, Wewahitchka. 2tp-2-4
minute meeting of the property Coldewey summed up his points mand for highway business pro- FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished LOTS FOR SALE: I have 32 lots in
owners would make the property and answered several questions perty and we want to develop. I apartment. 1505 Monument Ave. 10Noto u ision, Oa
available to them". Tapper went on raised by objectors in the closing Must we wait for them to decide -__P'n -57__71_ i--4- Grove, 1 block off bay. Home sites,
to express the opinion that the minutes of the meeting. He offered to sell before we re-zone and make FOR RENT: Duplex apartment, un- business andchurch locations, For
area was occupied by some of the the opinion that long-range zoning use of our property?" Stone con-, furnished in Highland View. $35 det1604 Austinte Drive, La Marqueier,
city's pioneer citizens and he felt, -should be looked into immediately eluded, month. Phone 75971. Mrs Ray 1 s 4t.-1-21
that they deserved a little extra by the City. He stressed the point City Attorney Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Locke.T O _2t -2-4T exa Pso
consideration by the fact of their that should new industrial property pointed out to the Commission sev- FOR RENT: 2 houses in Highland disc garden or lawn. Reasonable.
being the city's founders. He stat- be needed soon, or if water-tront eral Instances of violation of the View. One bedroom, $25 mo. 2 Phone BAll 7-4881. 4tp-2-11
ed he did not believe people should industrial property should be re- present zoning ordinance and ex- bedroom, wired for stove, $35 mo.bte
have progress move out on them quired, the city could not now fur- pressed the need for a comprehen- I 7037 or 7-3983. plumbing. Ph2tp-2-117- Wand relies in good condition.
when they did not desire it.' nish such property. He said that size plan of zoning to fit the City Please advise condition and price.
needs for years to come. FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart- Allan R. Cuarl, Box 146, Rt. 1, Nice-
ORDINANCE INTRODUCED meant at 706 Woodward Ave. Call ville, Fla. 10p-2-11
Got a Valentine on the gol Then give Following the lengthy discussion, BAll 7-3941.LADIES WANTED: Tupperware
Commissioner Watson, Smith intro- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished home parties has openings for 4,
duced the ordinance for its first house at St. Joe Beach. Phone 7- 2 part-time, $50 per wk.; 2 full-time
reading. The second reading of the 7521, or see Bill Carver. 3tp-2-11 $100 per wk. to help with spring
Sa so nite Streaite ordinance will be heldat te regu FOR SALE: Living room suite, din- business. Commission. Car eces
'.. lar meeting of the Commission ette, bedroom suite, stove and re- sary Phone Tallahassee, 2-8210,
Tuesdaynfrigerator. Phone 7-4981. lit collect, for interview. 3tc-2-11
The l/ght.'hefeduggage .Threereadings of a city ordin- FOR SALE: 50 Laying hens. Can "GREAT TIDE" now available. His
"e be bought with or without laying toric novel based on facts and
iancnaxe requiyederbefore it becomes esent.here in yesterday
f.orad, entarde!/ law. years. Price $4.95. Available at
S'- / FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser Campbell's .Drug Stone. Phone
'' \ with 65 lp motor. Sleeps two, 7-4141, 2tp
SGibson or call BAll 7-5771. FOR LEASE: Building approxi-
Gibson or cal 7 mately 35 x 80 feet on Reid Ave-
-- -- ~ FOR SALE: Stardust Lodge on the nue in heart of business district.
FOR RENT: One And two bedroom Dead Lakes. W. S. Smith, 1024 Presently occupied by post office
Attractively furnished apart- Woodward Ave., Port St. Joe. and will be vacated around Febra-
ary 1 Owners will give long term
1ments. Co a in summ e r, w arm in. MEXICO BEACH RENTALS lease and remodel to suit tenant.
They have to be seen to be appre- per month. 2fu he ap Contact C. L Costin.
iated. AIso nice Trailer parking apts. $50.00 to $60.00 per month. RAWLEIGH DEALER wanted at
space. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wli- 2 unfurnished 2 bedroom apts. once Good opportunity in Gulf
S.mico Lodge Aartment and Tral- $50.00 per month. Residential and County. Write at once. Rawleigh's,
er Park, White City. tic--0 commercial lots. Terms. Duplex for Dept. FAA-100-105. Memphis, Ten-
S. / FOR RENT: House at Beacon Hill. sale, good income, terms. nessee. 3tp-1-21
Furnished. Contact Silas R. Stone MEXICO BEACH OFFICE INTERESTED.in own-
.. .Phone 7-7161 tfe-10-22 C.hM. Parker, Reg.Real Estate Bro. ARE YoITEeSEin an
sp" Phone BAll 9-1121, Port St. Joe ing a profitable business? Can
S -.. FOR RENT: Small furnished ap- Mail: Box 123, Mexico Baech Sta. be operated in your spare time. A
artfent. Suitable for married cou- Panama City, Fla. coin operated laundry. No exper-
:_-*"p"': ". ." .. ".-'- -'.-.. :.-, ie. Living-bedroom, kitchen and ience necessary. Low down pay-
,.. .. bathroom. Phone 9-1301 or 7-2711. FOR SALE ment. Bank financing. Have des-.
S '-101 or 72711.
S A. Mira. tf-12-17 House at 214 Seventh St. $7,875. able location in shopping center io n
5' 3 bedroom house on 10th St. Port St Joe. Write Robert Dotson,
S '-- FOR RENT: Furnished apartments 2 bedroom house and all furni- 4230 Florida Avenue, Tampa, Fla. 3


SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call


direction along the South boun-


Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for dary line of said State Road 30
quick expert service. tfc for a distance of 70 feet. The
aforesaid property is a seventy-
foot in width strip .extending to
NOTICE TO PUBLIC the seashore immediately in front
The Board of County Commis- of DeSoto Street in Yon's Addl-
sioners of Gulf County will hold a tion to Beacon Hill, Florida,
public hearing at 9:00 a.m., CST, from across the right-of-way line
February 9, 1960, on the application of State Road 30, as if the boun-
and petition of Walter W. Owens, dary lines of said DeSoto Street
requesting the Board to grant him were extended from the South
permission to construct a pier in right-of-way line of State Road
the Gulf of Mexico at St. Joe Paech, 30 to the seashore. The aforesaid
the abutting property is owned by land lying and being in Yon s
the Petitioner and is described as Addition to Beacon Hill accorl-
follows: ing to the official plat thereof
All that certain tract, parcel or on file in the office of the Clerk
plot of land lying Southeast of of Circuit Court o Gulf County,
State Road No 30 (U.S. Highway Florida.
98), and described more particu- Board of County Commissioners
larly as follows: Commencing at Gulf County, Florida
the Southeast corner of Lot 1, in BY: E. C. HARDEN, Sr.
Block 3, of Yon's Addition to Chairman 4t-1-21
Beacon Hill; thence 100 feet in a
Southwesterly direction across ----. .
State Road 30 (also U. S. High- e f rk
way 98) to a point on the South Repair W ork
right-of-way line of said high-
way for a point of beginning. BICYCLE SHOP
from the point of beginning, LAWN MOWERS
thence in a Southwesterly direc-
tion to the high water mark of Small Elec. Appliances
the Gulf of Mexico: thence mean- a
during along the high water mark BAZZELL
for a distance of 70 feet: thence
in a Northeasterly direction to FIXIT SHOP
the South right-of-way line of Highland View across from
State Road 30 (also U.S. High- Holland's Grocery
way 98); thence in a Nortlirly .


0 .. 1 OF GOD
1 of Highland View
M &,:COMES YOU ---
SUNDAY SCHOOL $:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ---. 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M..
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING -..--. 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday)
BIBLE STUDY 8:00 P.M. (Friday)
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor.

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Men's Two-Suiter..................$2495
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