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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 18, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Aplachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


It where we aa speak wvith it
once in awhile---Trade with
your home town merchants!


TWENTY-THIRD .YEAR ;ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18, 1960 NUMBER 21


City Hears Second



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On Rezoning Matter

In probably the shortest City Commission meeting on record,
the Commission took part of a 12-minute session Tuesday night to
hear the second reading of Ordinance Number 181X. This is the
.ordinance rezoning sections of Monument Avenue and Fifth
Street. The third and final reading of the ordinance will be held
at the regular meeting of the Commission on March 1.
Tollowihg the second reading of ---------------
the ordinance, Commissioner R. H.
Ellziey moved that the 'ordinance be Jesse Anderson In
posted in -three public places for
public perusal. He suggested that Commission Race
the ordinance be posted in the city
hall, the post office and the health Jesse Anderson of 304 Madison
office. The Commission..agreed to Street in Oak Grove this week an-
the suggestion. nounced his candidacy for the of-
f e ic of lyCount Co mi iJ..;nV i.


.-,STOP mG'm i ILH umissi.oner in
STOP LIGHT District Five.
The question arose as to whether Anderson has lived in Gulf Coun-
the new stop light on Monument ty since 1937. He is employed at
Avenue was not being cut off too the St. Joe Paper Company. He is
soon in the afternoon. married and has two sons 'and two
Mayor Sharit stated that the daughters. Anderson is a member
State Road Department was reluc- of the Oak Grove Assembly of God
tant to let the city erect the light Church.and has served as a deacon
la the first place. The present op- His announced platform is an
rating hours were given in cea- honest .and sincere effort to give
sion to allow the light to be .in- the people of Gulf County a good
stalled. Mayor Sharit also pointed government. He is especially inter-
out that the new 'post office would ested in beautification of school
close at.56:00 pm each day and since property and the eradication of.
the anticipated traffic the post of- mosquito -breeding spots in the
fice.would draw was 'the reason for county. Anderson, "If I am elected
the light, he felt the .SRD would I -will do my best to work for the
be reluctant 'at lengthening the people of Gulf County for better
'ttu" i over which it operated., county government."






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PTA Founders

Day Tonight

The Hightl School PTA of Port
St. Joe High School and the High-
land View PTA will be the guests
of the Port St. Joe Elementary
School PTA tonight, Thursday, Feb-
ruary 18 at 7:30 pm, in observance
of Founder's Day.
Dr. Gifford G. Hale of Florida
State University will be guest
speaker at the meeting. Dr. Hale
has been at Florida State Univer-
sity since 1956. Before coming to
Florida he served as an elementary
teacher, principal and college pro-
fessor in New Jersey. In 1955-56 he
was a Fulbright Exchange Profes-
sor to Loughborough Teacher's, Col-
lege, England. His European stu-
dy and travel also included lectur-
ing -at Likcester and Nottingham,
University. England.
Adding flavor to the meeting will
be the Port St. Joe Elementary
Glee Club under the direction of
Miss Nancy McIntosh, presenting
a group of folk songs.
Past presidents of the three PTA
groups will be given -special recog-
nition for having lead a great or-
ganization.
Everyone is invited ito attend the
meeting.

Doyle Carlton Workers
To Meet Tomorrow
Supporters in Port St. Joe for
Doyle Carlton, candidate for Gov-
ernor of Florida, announced that
a meeting will be held for those in-
terested in this candidacy in the
Motel St. Joe Dining Room tomor-
row night at 8:00 pm.
All interested in the support of
Carlton .are urged to attend.










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Jaycees Adopt

By-Laws; Will

Receive Dues Tues.


Fourteen prospective members
met Monday night at -the City Hall
to adopt a set of by-laws for the
new Jaycee organization in Port
St. Joe.
Temporary officers consisting of
R. H (Bob) Ellzey, president; Ted
Cannon, Treasurer and Wesley R.
Ramsey, Secretary will serve the
club until a regular election can
be held in April to serve for 1960.
Temporary president Ellzey ap-
pointed a membership committee
consisting of John Howard and Ted
Cannon and a nominating commit-
tee consisting of Harry Tyson, Aa-
ron Cooley and Martin Begley.
A membership drive is curr--itly
underway. The Jarycees need 20
members to receive a charter, b.'
already have the necessary m im-
Lership. Members already comi'.it-
tm:d the organization are calling cni
-.n opective members this we k.
Dues for the organization 'have
been set at $10.00 'per year ih,.h
meetings to be held the second and
fourth Tuesday of each month.
The next meeting of'the Jaycees, -
which will be dues paying night
will be Tuesday night, February 23
at th'e Stac House. Meeting time
will be 8:00 pm.
All young men between the 'ages
of 21 to 35, inclusive, who are In-
terested in civic work in the city
are urged to attend.


Carter Ward Is

Re-Election Candidate

Carter Ward of White City this
week announced his candidacy for
re-election .to the Board of Public
Instruction from District Two.
Ward said, "It has been my plea-
sure to .serve the good people of
my county and I have always had
the cooperation of the .people of
the county. Without the cooperation
we could not have had 'the success
we have had in school operation.
For this I will be ever thankful,
being mindful that I am a servant
)f the people. If re-elected, I prom-
se to give you the same courteous
service that you have had in the
past.
"On this record I ask you to re-
tu.rn me to this important office."


ARCHITECTS' DRAWING-Above is an architect's drawing of how Port St. Joe's Municipal Hospital
will look when the present expansion program is completed.





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HOSPITAL PLANNERS-Men directly responsible with planning -and building the new hospital pose above
beside the spot where Mayor Sharit "broke ground". They are, left to. risht, E. F. Gunn, contractor;
Ed Meadows, State Development Coimi.sion;-Norman P. Gross, architect; commissioner Bob Ellzey;
- Mayor-Commissioner, J. L. Sharit a.4 Commissioner I. C. Nedley. (Star photo)




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HANDS OVER KEYS-Contractor E. F Gunn hands the keys to the new First Baptist Church over to Pas-
tor C. Byron Smith (right front). Looking on in the back row is the church building committee, from
left to right: Mrs. Ruby Pridgeon, Mrs. Dave Maddox, Frank Pate and Wesley Ramsey. The church
moved into its new building Sunday morning. (Star photo)




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The congregation of the First
Baptist Church of Port St. Joe held
their first services Sunday in their
new $135,000.00 church auditorium.
Pastor, C. Byron Smith preached
the first sermon in the new build-
ing to a capacity crowd.
The new building, located across
the street from the church's old
building on the corner of Third
Street -and Baltzell Avenue Is of
brick construction, featuring a
porcelain steel steeple. .The build-
ing is 94 by 50 feet and houses the
church sanctuary,- choir room and
church office. The old building will
be utilized by the church for edu-
cational purposes.
The church is furnished in ma-
hogany, trimmed in white. Seat-
ing capacity for the new auditor-
ium is around 500, according to the
pastor.
The new building is air-condi-
tioned and centrally heated.
E. F. Gunn Construction Co., of
Port St. Joe was the contractor on
the job.


Chamber Membership

Drive Half To Goal


G .Croxton Will

Seek Re-Election

G. S. Croxton of White City this
week .announced his' candidacy for
re-election 'to the Gulf County Com-
mission from District Three. Crox-
ton is completing his first term on
the Board.
Croxton stated that he has work-
ed long and hard to do a good job
rand has appreciated the honor of
being allowed to serve in this ca-
pacity. He pledges to continue to
work for the betterment of Gulf
County and its people.
Croxton said, "It is my earnest
desire that the people will' see fit
to re-elect me for another term."

Joe Chamber of Commerce report-
ed that the Chamber's membership
goal of 200 has been 'more than
halfway met. Lawrence reports that
more than 100 memberships have
been signed for the 1960 year.
The current membership cam-
paign continues through February
29. Chairman Lawrence 'says he ex-
pects the membership .goal to be


.G. F. Lawrence, membership ______
committee chairman of the Port St. Adv.rtising Doesn't Cost It PAYS
SAdverltisng Doesn't Coat It PAYS.


Judge Benjamin Campbell Thornall

Judge Thormal To
Speak Here Tuesday
Judge Benjamin Campbell Thor-
nal of the Florida Supreme Court
will speak to .the Methodist Men's
Club Tuesday night, February 23.
The event will be a ladies' night
with the Methodist Men honoring
their wives.
Judge Thornall has held many
outstanding positions in Florida
and was appointed to the Florida
Supreme Court by Governor LeRoy
Collins in 1955. He was re-elected
to the Court in 1956.

Oliver Harper of Port St. Joe was


SShrks Go Into Northwest Florida

Conference Tourney Unseeded but Tough

Port St. Joe's Sharks took a four game winning streak into the
Northwest Florida Conference Tournament in Malone last night against
Marianna in the Tournament's first game. The Sharks were not seed-
ed in the Tournament but are .expected to be close to the top of the
heap at the Tournament's end.
Seeded in .the tournament is Ma.
lone in first place; Chipley, second 50c for students and $1.00 for
and Marianna, third. The Sharks adults.
went against Marianna last night The Sharks will wind up their
at 7:30 but results were not avail- game schedule next week. Tuesday
abfe at press -time. No other games night they will meet Wewahitchka
were scheduled for last night. ,on the local court and Friday they
The winner of the Shark-Marian- will travel to Carrabelle. *
na game draws a bye tonight as The season will end as the
Chipley 'and Milton tangle and Sharks go into the Group I, Class A


DeFuniak Springs goes against
Quincy.
Friday night at 7:00 pm, the win-
ner of ithe Shark-Marianna game
will play the winner of the Chipley-
Milton game. The winners of this
contest are expected to play Malone
in the final game on Saturday
night at 8:00 p.m. All times are
central standard time.
Admission to th-e games will be



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Circuit Judge E. Clay Lewis, Jr.,
of Panama City .has qualified with
the Secretary of State at Tallahas-
see for renomination by 'the Demo-
cratic electors, as Circuit Judge,
Group 2, 14th Judicial Circuit of
Florida.
Judge Lewis is completing -hi.s
second term as one of the Judges
of the 14th Circuit, which includes
Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jack-
son and Washington counties.
A native of Marianna, the 58-year


old jurist has lived his entire life


chosen by the honorary -pre-medi- in this Circuit; has a background
cal fraternity, Alpha Epsilon Delta of 35 years in law and public ser-
at Howard College in Birmingham, vice, including six terms as Repre-
Ala., recently. He will graduate sentative from Gulf County in the
from Howard in May. (Continued on page 10)


Tournament March 2 .through 5.


Mrs. Annie Amn



Mrs. Annie Hall Aman, age 58,
'passed away suddenly at her 'home
on First Street Monday night. She
had been living in Port St. Joe with
her daughter and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe L. Burns for about eight
r.tonths.
Survivors include two .daught.crs,
Mrs. G. H. Bronley, Chumacum,
Washington .and Mrs Joe L. Burns
of Port St. Joe; eight grandchil-
dren and three great grandchildren.
She is also survived by three bro-
thers and six sisters.
Funeral services will be held
from the Oak Grove Assembly of
God Church today at 3:00 pm, with
the Rev. Charles W. Harthern, of-
ficiating. The funeral procession
will start from the Burns home on
First Street and go to the church
for services. Burial will be in the
family 'plot at Holly Hill Ceme-
tery.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe is in charge of arrange-
ments.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


The E F. Gunn Construction Com-
pany of Port St. Joe began work
this week on the half million dol-
lar expansion of the Port St. Joe
Municipal Hospital.
Ground was officially broken
Monday morning at 10:30 with
work on .the project beginning im-
mediately after .the ceremony. The
job is .expected to take approxi-
mately 18 months to complete.
The new .structure will be twice
the size of the ,present hospital and
will offer the latest in hospital ser-
vices and equipment.
The newly refurbished building
will have a complete new operat-
ing room, delivery rooms and
emergency room .with new equip-
ment. The hospital will be air con-
ditioned throughout and have many
modern conveniences. The new en-
larged hospital will also have an
emergency generator system.
The work is being financed by a
$225,000.00 bond issue and a $275,-
000.00 grant from the Federal Gov-
ernment.


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ST. JAMES' EPISCOPAL
Church School .....-.....- --.-- 26
Worship Services ....---- 71
Young Churchmen 4

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
Sunday School 28
Worship Services --.-- ---- 54

HIGHLAND VIEW BAPTIST
Sunday School 87
Training Union 40
Worship Services .........------ 18

OAK GROVE ASSEMBLY
Sunday School -------. 207
Christian Cadets .--.---- 8
Young People -- ----- 54
W orship Services ...- ..- ..- ..- 295

Church of the Nazarene
Sunday School 31
Worship Services 70


MAYOR J. L. SHARIT digs in
with a professional manner as
he officially "breaks ground" on
Monday to start the hospital ex-
pansion. The Mayor removed his
coat to "do the job right".

WHITE CITY BAPTIST
Sunday School --------- ----01
Training Union 78
Worship Services ....-------....... 194

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The American Cancer Society,
Gulf County Unit, will sponsor a
spaghetti supper Tuesday night,
March 1 .at 8:00 pnm, at 'the high
school lunchroom: Herman Dean is
chairman and Sidney Brown 'has
charge of 'the ticket sales. Plate
prices will be $1.00 for adults and
children. Other interesting events
will be announced by Mrs. Jane
Iapeyrouse, special events chair-
man of the local cancer unit.
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Circle 4 Meets

With Mrs. Keels

Circle Number Four of the First
Baptist WMU met Monday of t'iih
week with Mrs Grady Keels.
There were five members pres-
ent.
The program was opened by the
devotional given by Mrs. C. A. Mc-
Clellan an taken from Exodus 28.
The program topic was "Sunday
Observance".
Following the program, good re-
ports were given by each commit-
tee chairman.
The group enjoyed a social hour
after ,the ,program and 'business
meetings were dismissed.
The next meeting of the Circle
will be held in the home of Mrs. C.
A. McClellan.






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Garden Club Plans

Flower Show

The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will present Mrs. Grier C. Barnhart
of Laguna Beach in a demonstra,
tion in Flower Arranging at the
St. James Episcopal Parish House
on March 3, 1960 at 1:30 pm. There
will be no charge and the public
is cordially invited .to come and
enjoy this program with us.
Mrs. Barnhart is very talented
and has been 'doing outstanding
work in flower arranging for years.
Her demonstration will offer basic
instructions in flower arranging
with emphasis on arrangements for
the home. The program will be
about one and one-half hours long.


Forest Fires

Threat to Economy

The Gulf County Forest Fire Pre-
vention Committee reminds us that
carelessness with fire is one of
our most dangerous threats to the
economy of -this area.
The tax payers and land owners
are spending a large amount of
money trying to ,protect our forests
and wildlife. It is up to us to do
our part.
Gulf County had heavy rainfall
for the past week. The average
-for the county was 5.3625 inches.
Even with this heavy rainfall, a
little wind and sunshine will make
the woods burnable again in .three
-to four hours.
The Forest Fire Prevention Com-
mittee urges that you do your part
to prevent forest fires.


Phone 7-8681


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ST JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev. G. D. Underhill, Vicar
Sexagesima, Sunday, February
21. 7:30 am, The Celebration of the
Holy Eucharist 9:45 am, The
Church School. 11:00 am, Morning


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.



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Prayer and sermon. This -service 686,763 registered, a gain of 71,690
will be followed by the third Sun- or 2.0 per cent during the year.
day covered dish dinner. Let's at- Cub Scouts, a program for boys
tend -and make it a big occasion. eight, nine and ten years of age,
6:30 pm, The Episcopal Young-total 1,822,062, a gain of 7,558.
Churchmen. 7:00 pm, (CST) Eve- There are 1,589,138 Boy Scouts, a
ning Prayer and sermon at St. gain of 46,090 or 3.0 per cent.
John's Church, Wewahitchka. Explorers in posts, ships and
The public is cordially invited to squadrons total 275,563, a gain of
worship with -us ,and is 'assured of 18,042 or 7.0 ,per cent.
a warm welcome. Dr. Schuck also said there are
-.'__-.._ 1,356,432 adult leaders in the move-
i d ment ,a gain of 20,620 or 1.5 per
Piano Students to cent.


R i On December 31 last there were
Present Recital 129,097 units. a gain of 4,548 over
,the previous year or 3.7 ,per cent.
Mrs. Ted Frary will present her There are now 47,286 Cub Scout
,piano pupils in recital Friday packs, 60,505 Boy Scout troops, -and
night, February 19 'at 8:00 pm. The 21,306 Explorer units.
recital will be held at the Port Since its founding 50 years ago
St. Joe Elementary School auditor- next Monday (February 8, the Boy
ium. Scouts of America has ended each
The public is invited to attend. year with a gain in membership.
S----ince 1910 'there have been over
31,500,000 boys and leaders identi-
Boy Scouts Pass Ified with the Boy Scouts of Ameri-

5 Million Mark he Gulf oast ouncd, Boy Scouts
of America ended 1959 with 10,174
On the eve of its 50th anniver- boys and adult leaders enrolled.
sary, to be observed February 7 There are a total of 277 units, of
to 13, the Boy Scouts of America which 95 are Cub Scout packs, 144
announced it had passed the five Boy Scout troops and 38 Explorer
million mark in active membership, units.
'according to word received by I --- ~
Crawford Rainwater, Council Presi- I
dent of the Gulf Coast Council.
Dr. Arthur A. Schuck, Chief Scout'
Executive of the Boy Scouts of
America, told local Scout officials
that 1959 closed with 5,043,195 boys
and adult leaders active in the
rmovement. an ialt.Time hig'h in. a-, -


tive membership.
The boy membership shows 3,-


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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 7:80 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
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The Tattler


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 BT. JOE. FLA. LE
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STORE PERSONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
GUY N. MIDDLETON .. ..... Men's and Boys' Wear and Shew
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Tattler Develops Grand Opening-Itis!
(Second Attack)
Cause diagnosed as Remodeling and Renovating Fever!
Dear Friends:
Yes, today marks the second Grand Opening of Boyle. Depart-
ment Store in Port St. Joe, the city of progress and opportunity. It
May be a little odd to have a:second Grand Opening but we just
couldn't help It. It had been so long since the first one was hold
(March 1, 1946) my wife and I though it well to have a second one.
In this connection it is my desire to make the following statement
that needs to be no secret: I, R. Glenn Boyles do hereby dedicate this
second Grand Opening to my wife, Erima M.. Boyles whose devotion,
industry, ingenuity and ability saved the life of Boyles Department
Store during more than three years illness and absence of said R.
Glenn Boyles. In this undertaking said Erima M. Boyles was loyally
and faithfully supported by Guy Nix Middleton and other loyal em-
ployees. It is also humbly and gratefully acknowledged that thou-
sands of friends and customers of Boyles Department Store contribut-
ed generously in this effort.
Now, let's dispose of the serious side and get on with the fun
and festivity of this Grand Opening event. First, you'll note in our
page ad that more than $200.00 worth of merchandise will be given
away during the next three days. Now, be sure to register when you
enter the store You need not make a purchase to have a chance
to win one of these useful prizes. Just listen over WJOE each
morning for your name to be read the article will be saved for
you. Now, it's sorta carnival like in this way: No one can possibly
guess what you might win-for instance: It could ,happen that-
let's say a guy like Buck Griffin or his side kick Kelly could draw
an evening dress-or Mrs. So and So could draw a pair of men's
pants. Now, in case you don't like it this way please remember no
cost to you is involved. Won't you take time to read the list of item
to be given away-then take time out to stop by Boyles Thursday,
Friday or Saturday and, at least, say "hello" and write your name
No strings attached-it's that easy We promise to treat you better
than the customer in the following incident: "Here's the shirt I
bought from you last week," said the angry customer.. "You said you
would return my money if it wasn't satisfactory." "That's what I
said," responded the merchant politely. "But I am happy to say that
I found the money entirely satisfactory." See you at Grand Opening.
RG8


CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank -my many friends
of Port St. Joe and vicinity for the6iz
kn-dness and consideration during
the recent illness and death of my
father, D. L. Brown of Quincy.
MRS C. L PARKER
and family
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C ..M. (must still be obtained where it is son of location. or nature of tu e
: o .t In other words, a permit merely Assuring you of our desire t
expresses the assent of the Federal cooperate in every way proper,
,. WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA' nal Improvement Fund of the State Government so far as the public am
S february 9, 1960 of Florida. He then presented a pe- rights of navigation or concerned. Sincerely yours,
*The Board of Cbunty Commis- tition with a number of names If ou feel that this pier will inter- VAN H. FERGUSON
tio'ners'otGulfCounty, Florida, met signed thereto, requesting the Coun- fere with the use of your property, Director
this date in regular session with ty to approve the construction of you have recourse to the civil Mr. Walter.Owens explained hi
the fcllojri memllbers present: E. the pier. courts: position in this matter by saying
C. HaJrde.n, S ., Chairman, G. S. The following letters were read i Sincerely yours, that 'he had not had an unfavorabL
C.roxton, A J Strickland and Geo. and requested .to be made a .part O. L. ADAMS word with any of his neighbors
.WCooper. The Clerk, Deputy Sher- of the minutes: Chief, Operations Div. concerning the construction of 'the
iff,f Attorney, Engineer, .Road Su- U. S. Army Engineers Dist. Trustees of the pier; that he owned a number o.
perintendent .and Mosquito Control Mobile Internal Improvement Fund lots in Yon's Addition; .that he
Supervisor were also present. Corps of Engineers Tallahassee, Florida wanted to do everything he coulc
The meeting came to order at 16 September 1959 January 18, 1960 to improve that part of the Beac
9: 0 o'clock, am. Rev. G. T Hinton Mr. Walter W. Owens Mr. Walter Owens ai ea and make 'that his home; thal
offered the invocation. iP. 0. Box 912 St. Joe Beach he purchased that piece .of property
.RPursuant to Notice published ac- Port .St. Joe, Florida lPort St. Joe, Florida !in question from the legal owners
cording to law, thae Board did then Dear Sir: Re: Requirement of State Per-'and 'at that time announced his in
open the meeting gt6 hear'any com- Reference is made to your re- nmits for construction of docks, tentions to construct the pier; thai
plaints or comments with reference quest concernin gthe construction' piers, wharves and marinas. ,he knew nothing of any old agree-
to'the petition of Walter W Owens, of a pier in the Gulf of Mexico Dear Mr. Owens: ment that would prevent him from
requesting permission to construct frontin gyour property on St. Joe This office understands that you using his property-for the purpose
a.pier in the Gulf of Mexico at St. IBeach about 6.3 miles northwest of plan to construct a dock or pier it was purchased; that he purchas-
Joe Beach. the bridge across the Gulf County into the public waters. State Per- ed through an attorney that handles
E-on. Cecil G. Costin, Jr., attor- Canal at Port 'St. Joe, Florida. mit is now required in addition to all of ,his legal business; 'that he
ney! and agent for' the petitioner, Upon the recommendation of the the permit from the U. S. Army thought he was doing nothing
'appeared -before the Board and Chief of Engineers and under the Corps of Engineers (Mobile or Pan- wiong, but if he did do something
gave a .summary. of the, history of 'provisions of Section 10 of the Ri- ama City) as well as compliance contrary to ;the law, then and in
the application. and' said that the ver and Harbor Act approved 3 with local laws, ordinances and re- that event, it would be up to him to
p titioner purchased the property March 1899, you are hereby author- gulations. I get his money back; that ihe want-
for.: the specific 'purpose of con- ized by the Secretary of the Army In the event you desire to pro- ed to live in Yon's Addition, but if
stru'cting a pier; that four years to .perform htis work -as shown on ceed please make arrangements his neighbors do not want him, he
ago the State Legislature passed a your submitted plans. with both this office and the U. S. will sell to them and leave.
law. regarding regulations for con- This authorization does not give Corps of Engineers. N.o pier cn Mr. Arbogast presented 'a peti-
striicting piers and that said ap- any'property rights either in real be approved which will obstruct tion with 'a number of signatures,
plication will.not conflict with any estate or material, or any exclusive or interfere with public use and requesting 'the County to disap-
of the conditions set out in the law. privileges. It does not authorize enjoyment of the foreshore or prove said application.
J. C. Arbogast appeared before any injury to private property or beach. The Attorney advised 'that the
in opposition to the petition and 'invation of private rights, or any Sincerely yours, law provides that the County and
said that he -did not want to see infringement of Federal, State or Van H.- Ferguson State shall approve said applica-
the pier constructed for a number local laws or regulations. It does Director tion, providing certain damages are
of reasons.. First,, that the ier will not obviate the necessity 'of obtain- Trustees .of the not caused to other property own-
interfere wifh the canmercial fish- ing State assent to the work author- Internal Improvement Fund ers in the area.
ing boats that use that part of the ized. It merely expresses the assent Tallahassee, Florida After lengthy discussion, Com-
beach for seining; that .he consid- of the Federal Government so far February 4, 1960 missioners Cooper said that he
ers the waters' in, the area of the as concerns the public rights of Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr. thoughtt ithe Board -needed more
prop.:-ied pler to be navigable, even navigation. (See Cummings V. Chi- 221 Reid Avenue time to consider this matter before
itliu-,u i i U..S. Army Engineers cago, 188 U. S., 41) Port St. Joe, Florida making its'decision and make a mo-
S'have given approval for the pier as BY AUTHORITY OF THE SEC- Re: Proposed Commercial ,pier, 'tion, seconded by Commissioner
dictated In a letter to Mr. Owens RETARY OF THE ARMY. Walter W. Owens, Gulf Co.' Croxton to continue this hearing
dated .September 19, 1959; that the R. W. LOVE Dear Cecil: until March 22 1960, at 6:30 pm,
property -owners in Yon's Addition Colonel, Corps of Engineer From your letter of February 1 it in order to give the Board an op-
have a perpetual easement to use District Engineer appears that the objection's to the portunity .t > tLoroughly investigate
the beaches, and water along all of U S. Army Engineer District, pier are advanced by parties who fthe 'merits of the proposed project.
the blocks in Yon's Addition; that Mobile are not riparian upland owners. !The motion was unanimously car-
the construction of pier. will violate Corps of Engineers From our telephone conversation red.
the provisions'. of aaid easement; Mobile, Alabama last night we understand that 'the Dr. H. I. Langston, Director, Gulf
that at the: time he purchased his 21 January 1960 owners of adjacent waterfront do County Health Department present-
property in Yon's Addition, the Mr. John C. Arbogast not object. We would like this af- ed quotatons rom the Insurance
owners of the property made an I St. Joe Beach firmed for 'the record and -attention 'Agents from Gulf County for fire
oral agreement that- the lands be- Port St. Joe, Florida of the Trustees and suggest that and extended Coverage fo r ewo
'tween the Highway and Gulf at Dear. Mr. Arbogast: 'Mr. Owens should seek approval of a-ealth Center buildings and re-
Yon's Additions, ,according to the On 16 September 1959 we issued the Board of County Commission- quested the County to purchase the
'lat that he purchased from, and a permit to Mr Walter W. Owens, ers and if the approval is declined 'necessary insurance. After the quo-
which was not on record at that P. 0. Box 912, Port St. Joe, for a htat the basis for refusal be set stations were read and discussed,
time, would never be sold or uased 300-foot pier .fonting his property forth in County Resolution or re- Mr. M. P. Tomlinson recommended
for commercial purposes. H'e then on St. Joe Beach. No 'public notice ported by the Clerk. 'that the County accept 'the bid of
requestedthe County to deny the was given and .no public hearing The plan submitted appears sa- The Pridgeon Agency because said
application. was held, since in our opinion tisfactory and unless valid objec- bid appeared to be the best bid of-
Ralph Nance appeared in opposi- there could be no -opposition to the tions by riparian owners are advan- fered
tion to the edition and generally work from the standpoint of naviga- ced we feel :the application can be Whereupon, there was a motion
concurred in statements of Mr. Ar- tion. recommended for approval by the by Commissioner Strickland, gec-
'bogast. The permit issued for work such Trustees. In the 'absence of local onded by Commissioner.Cooper and
C. A. Green said he was a busi- as this is an. extremely limited in- zoning or established regulations unanimously carried, tha t the
ness associateof Mr. Owens in tb'i:,. rn,,- i t. it does not give any pro- prohibiting docks and piers or a Pridgeon. Agency write the insur-
enterprise and that they did not iperty rights or exclusive privileges, showing of injury to riparian pro- ance for 'the two Health Centers,
wontto..do- anything that will not 'It does not authorize injury to oth- perty of others we see no basis for to-wit:
comply with the Ilaw; -that is the 'ers' property or Invasion of their valid objections. The regulations of I Port St. Joe, Building, $40,000.00;
reason the. application has been 'rights. It does not authorize in- the Trustees are not intended to Contents, $6.500.00.
filed before the County Commis- fringement of %any laws or regula- hinder legitimate improvements Wewahitchka, Building, $40,000;
sion and the Trustees of the Inter- tions. State arid local permission and enterprises which are not ad- Contents, $5,000.00..
verse to the public interest by rea- W. C. Forehand presented a
g _- mmaasallma MBga- -. rightof-way .deed for a portion of
First Street in highland View.
SThe same was accepted and order-
cd recorded in 'the public records
of .the county.
Commissioner Cooper discussed
the posisbility of the County con-
structing a road from Holly Hill
SCemetery to Lake Wimico and said
that this is project he has want-
ed for the people of the county for
a long time and it now appears that
the right-of-way can be 'secured.
The Board decided to meet with
the land owners to discuss this mat-
ter.
W ,... The Forest Hill Cemetery Road
'- : was discussed, after which, there
was a motion by Commissioner
S Cooper, seconded by Commissioner
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'CONGRATULATIONS MR. PRESIDENT" -- Tom Coldewey (left) out-going president of
the Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce offers his congratulations to Dr. Joe Hendrix, who
was installed President of the group last Monday at their annual meeting. (Star photo)


Croxton and duly carried, that this r" ',* rI ou n i, Isou
Board adopt a resolution request-
ing the State Road Department to ined, approved and ordered paid. C E. Boyer and J. K. Whitfield.
make a survey and acquire 'the There being no further business The Superintendent was present
right-of-way for a road running to come. before the Board, the land acting.
from U. &. 98 to .the Forest Oill meeting did then adjourn.
Cemetery. ATTEST: 1 The minutes for the preceding
The Board discussed the exten- George Y. Cor e E. C. Oarden, Sr. :meeting were read and approved.
sion of Long Avenue to Niles, Clerk Chairman The financial statement for the
which will be constructed under ------- month of January was examined
the bond issue within the near fu- Minutes of The and approved.
ture. The Nurses' and Santariay's re-
The Board directed the Clerk to COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD port was examined and appro 1_
pay Lillie Price $10.00 per month The Superintendent r p r_6d.
from Indigent Funds. --- that he did not have the eces5cry
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA bids for tractor and mower.
.The Farm Agent presented his February 2, 1960 After discussion about repairs
monthly report and same was or- and maintenance to buildings they
dered filed. The following names The Board of Public Instruction decided that the most important
were removed from 'the Indigent met on the above date in regular repairs should be made.
roll: Syble Gortman and Blondel session, with the following present It wa smoved by Whitfield sec-
Mann. sand acting; Carter Ward, Chair- onded by Roemer to have Superin-
The bill's were presented, exam- .man; Otis Pyle, William Roemer, (Continued on page 10)


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Historica Society Hears Pi s fo rr re niory(d o Gro 5C: teathger. LeggetL; Eo 'Hous C -~ H R
Danny Wall, Ed Sceisson, Mike Wes FIRST METHODS CHURCH IR
Lachndsc ping To Be Done By City Tourney Today n, Clark Downs, Jimmy Ls- MYF 85 Train
ter, Terry Hall, Rickey Thuraby, Worship Services 290 Worst
The regular meeting of the St. for the further beautification of By ROBIN DOWNS Byron Baxley and Alan Humphrey.
Joseph Historical Society was held the old St. Joseph Cemetery by the The Port St Joe Elementary Group 6A: teacher, Barlow; Je-
Saturday afternoon February 5 in city. School will hold its annual basket- rome Barnes, Andy Trammell, Da-' a f .-
the camber room of the Municipal Mr. Sharit who is president of ball tournament, Thursday and vid Macomber. Alfred Rudd, Fred-
Building. the Florida Bank at Port St. Joe Friday, February 18 and 19. The die Wise, Willie Lewis, Bily Antley, S
Mayor Joe L. Sharit who is also graciously consented to permit the games will begin at 4:00 pm, and Jake Nichols, Kenneth Gautreaux
a member of the historical society St. Joseph Historical Society to admission will be 10c for all. and Robin Downs. r En
discussed the plans of the city corn- display two large maps of .an early The games are being sponsored Group 6B: teacher, Burkett; Dan- U 0u
mission to landscape the grounds period in the Bank. The maps are by the Port St. Joe Elementary Stu- ny Wilson, Donnie Smith, Ray Ram-
of the Centennial Building and if the Williams Map of West Florida, dent Council. sey, Morris Fuller. Dewayne Burch,
possible to have the building paint- 11827 and the Powell Map of St. Jo- The tournament will be held at David Jones, W. E. Thursday, Dely-
ed. He also discussed the plans seph's Bay, 1840. The public is cor- the High School Gymnasium, with Coritt, Sheperd Gonzaez,
Sthe following p ayers: Jake Terry
Group 5A teacher, Smith; Jim- Group 6C: teacher, Barnes; Gary Styled in Springs neu
,my Cox, Rodney Bowdoin, Wayne Davis, Wyne Mahon, Johnie Mad- season's most in demai
$2.20 PER EXTRA YFAR OF LIFE PaLe' Bill Cowden, Sevie sm dox, David Seymour, Dennis Daw- Distinguished imported
Charles Williams, Joe Parrish and Wright, Jake Belin, blends and Wash and
The vaerage family today spends about $22 a year Lamar Orrell. James Norris, Billy Smith and Dal-
more for prescriptions than it did in 1929. Largely Group 5B: teacher, Huie; Bob ton Tull.
because of the wonder drugs in those prescriptions, Ezey, John Martin, Tom Buttram, Group 6B: teacher, Jordan; Jim- Priced From
beyou causn expect 10 more years of life than you could Eilly Cooper, James Story, John my Dozier, Tommy Anderson, Rich-
you can expect 10 more years of life than youcouldard Ray, Bobby Branton, Kenneth
in 1929. This means that the typical family pays dially invited to stop by tho bank Brodnax, Danny Oakes and Daniel "Mak Ynr S
about $2.20 for each extra year of life expectancy. and see these historical items. odum. ""Make Your SeI
That's why we say Attending the meeting Saturday
--- were Mrs. Ned S. Porter, president C lb '
Today's Prescription is the Biggest Bargain In History of the local society, Mrs. R. H Brin- Lions r a S
--- P ---- -- son, Mra B A Pridgeon, Sr, Mrs
Fred Maddox, Mrs Ralph Swatts,
SM ITHT i S P H SARPM ACY yeJ.gL. Sharit and Jesse V. Stone. BF rNeighbors
JOHN ROBERT SMITH, Pharmaceutical Chemist -
236 Reid Ave Phone BAll 7-5111 The Port St. Joe Lions Club had
t.teir regular meeting Tuesday at
I 12:10. They had a new member to


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Mr. 'and Mrs. Malcolm Dewitt
Smith announce the birth of -a
daughter, Sharon Marie on Febru-
ary 11. 2
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Fulford
Bearden announce the birth of a
son, Joseph Neal on February 11.
Mr. and Mrs Calvin Wheeler Rus-
sell announce the birth of a 'baby
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9.
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[(All births occurred at the Port
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come into the club, John Howard
of the St. Joe Paper Company. W.
0. Howard was a guest of Lion
Levens. Out of town guests were
District Governor Marvin Collins of
Tallahassee and E. G. Mayar.t of
Lions International of Chicago,
Ill. Also visiting from the Panama
City club were Alan Tramfull, Jr.,
Ray Holloway, Tom Prater, Dr.
Dick Dougherty and J. L. Rankin.
Port St Joe president, Bill Flem-
ing 'and Sec-Treas. J L. Stevens
went to Apalachicola last night and
met with District Governor Collins
and International Lions Mayart to
help get a Lions Club started there.


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:V. Land of OrlandoIn I-n A,' -J
Sfor Sec. ofSate Office Mrs Byrd Hostess
*.ry W. Land, Orlando realtor, -0 AZCl6ea8 Cicl
WIeek announced his candidacy
fle post of Secretary of State The Azalea Circle of the Port St.
i will be vacated -by the Hon. Joe, Garden Club met for a regular
3:00 pm, at the home of Mrs. Tom
S' Byrd with Mrs. Carl Armstrong as
.. co-hostess. Delicious refreshments,
carrying out the Valentine motif,
were served to the 14 members and
ope- visitor, Mrs. McKissack of Car-
S ra-belle.
'.i 4 The president, Mrs. Gordon Tho-
mas conducted the business por-
tion of the meeting opening with
'I fthe club prayer. All members were
urged to atend the demonstration
!_. 0 on home flower arrangements
4 .' 'which will be held in St. James'
| .' ... *Parish House *on March 3 beginn-
S ... 'i ing at 1:30 pm.
T&h eCircle voted to have an ar-
'ranigement tea at a future date in-
stead of a flower show.
Mrs, J. C. Arbogast, horticulture
i.. chairman, advised that now is the
SI.' time to plant almost anything, es-
HENRY W. .LAND 'I.:.a~ hibulbs and annuals This is
member of the Y!orid. House of !also the month to spray azaleas and
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he press of Florida named him
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onsus Film To Be Seen
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Lnuormative and entertaining-not
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Itam R. Palmer, District Supervisor
of the Bureau of Census, Pensacola,
encourages all citizens to watch
this program and learn their indi-
Tvidual ,and important role in the
taking of the 1960 census.


camellias.
Mrs. Kenneth Brodnax, presented
a very thought provoking talk on
"Nature's Living Links" explaining
what effect it has when a link in
nature is broken.
The next meeting will be held
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'T9 '8TAR1 Pt St. Joe, i,;vI THURSDAY -t-.Br:UARY 19, 1960



THE STAR
Publiched Every Thursday Al 306 Wil(lams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishlng Comipany
WESLEzy t RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floer lan, Golumnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
PNE. YEAR. A00 SIX MONTHS 1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Watered au necond-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida undei Act of March 8, 1879.
bIAL BAll 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of horror 4r omissions in advertisements, the publisher
do. not hold themselvesU able for damage further than amount received for such
advertibetant.
The pqken word Is given s cant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The poken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word in lost; the printed word remains.

NEWS FROM Young Matrons Circle
Highland VieW Holds Meeting Monday
By HAZEL CREAMER I
Phone 7-4976 The Young Matron's Circle of the
First Baptist WMU met at the
--- home of Mrs. Lou Taylor Monday.
"Mr.:and 'Mrs. J. D. Sowell and Mrs. Virginia Arnold called the
son Dewayne of Tyndal Air Force meeting to order and gave the de-
Base visited Saturday with Mr. and votion. Mrs. Lou Taylor read the
Mrs. Gordon Adams and family. minutes and took up the collection.
1 `F. Ayers was in Tallahassee' The meeting was turned back to
Friday on business, the chairman, who went on with
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chestnut vis- the present business. The Circle
ited their son, Colon in Pensacola discussed and filled out their WMS
during the week. end; record sheets for the month and
Mr. and Mrs. E. G Revell, Mr and also discussed the Royal Service
Mrs. R., 'A Revell and Mrs Ida Amos booklet for the coming month. The
of Troy, Ala, visited their brother, meeting was ,then turned ove: to
Charles Revell last week. Mrs. Clara Cooley, the Children's
Mr. and Mrs. R. V Howell and Home chairman. She gave a report
daughter, Patricia of Parker visit- on th3 little orphan the Circle is
ed -Mrs. Mae Creamer and family sponsoring. !
Sunday. Mrs. Annm Holland closed the
Treadwel Coley is visiting his meeting with prayer.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Coley Delicious refreshments were en-
fer -a few days Treadwell has 'been joyed by all.
a patient at a Tallahassee Hospital 4-
for several months. a
John Hewett visited Sunday in First Baptist
Blountstown with Coleman Bulger. Circle 3 Meets
Arthur Griffin of Blountstown is


spending a few days with his son
and daughter, Curtis. Griffin and
Mrs. Player.
R. A NEWS
The Highland View R A. Chap-
ter met at the church Monday night.
The meeting was called to order
by Ithe Ambassaidor-in-Chief, Ted
Whitfield. The theme of the pro-
gram was "Importance of Prayer"
with scripture taken from Luke
2:52, Psalms 27:1, 29:11, Ephesians
4:15 :and I Corinthians 13:11. The
regular number of menibers attend-
ed.
HIGHLAND VIEW SCHOOL
LUNCH ROOM MENU
Monday, February 22
Meat loaf, buttered corn, cabbage,
apple and raisin -salad, hot bi-'cuits
and milk.
Tuesday/ February 23
Lima 'beans, corn bread, butter-
ed spinach, tossed salad, cheese
wedge and milk.
Wednesday, February 24
Pork and gravy on rice, butter
beans, cole elaw, fruit jello, but-
tered wheat bread and milk.
;.Thursday, February 25
Sausage, candied yams, turnip
greens, tossed salad, corn bread and
Friday, ebruary 26


Circle Number 3 of the First
Baptist WMS met with Mrs. W. C.
Pridgeon Monday, February 15.
Mrs Richard Saunders presided in
the absence of the chairman, Mrs.
Otis Pyle. Mrs. L. W Cox had
charge of the program, "And Unto
God". Those taking part .were Mrs
Cox, Mrs. Gene Martin, Mrs. Saun-
ders, Mrs. Edwin Johnson and Mrs
Pridgeon.
After the business session, Mrs.
Saunders dismissed the meeting
with prayer. Mrs. Gene Martin,
WMU president, was a visitor and
Mrs. Walter Dodson was welcomed
as a new member to the circle.
A social hour followed.

Gladiolus Circle Meets
With Mrs. Forehand
The Gladiolus Circle of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club met on Thurs-
day, February 11, at the home of
Mrs. Harry Forehand, with Mrs.
G. S Croxton as co-hostess
Fourteen members were present
and two guests: Mrs. Fred Boyer
.of Champaign, Ill., and Mrs. W. C
Forehand of Highland View.
Flower 'arrangements featuring
ors went to Mrs. Cecil Howett,
tirst; Mrs. Robert Kerrigan, sec-
cnd and Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey,


Salmon croquettes, English peas, third.
spiced beets, apple crisp, buttered Cake, coffee, mints and nuts
bread and mili. were served by the hostesses.


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It's unwise to save old medi-
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potency, and it's dangerous
to guess what this or that
medicine was for. So WHEN
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Bring it to us for prompt,
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Port St. Joe, Florida


School Board Minutes
(Continued From Page 5)
tendent contact an architect and
have him inspect the roof of 'the
Wewa High School Gymnasium -and
-make recommendations to the
Board as to -what was the best thing
for them to do *to stop the many
leaks that have developed since the
roof became cracked last year. All
voted yes.
Moved by Roemer seconded by
Boyer to adopt the recommended
changes 'and additions 'to the Gulf
County School Policies by the Gulf
County Educational Association ex-
cept the policy that the Board pay
the Junior-Senior sponsors a sup-
plement and the policy pertaining
to,married students. All voted yes.
The Superintendent was instruct-
ed to poll other counties what their
policies were in the above two re-
commendations by the Gulf County
Educational Association.
There being no further 'business
to come before them 'at this time
they did then adjourn to meet again
in regular session on March 8, 1960.
ATTEST:
Thomas A. Owens Carter Ward
Superintendent *Chairman
---*----
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Individual sealed bids in dupli-
cate will be received by the Board
of Public Instruction of Gulf Coun-
ty, Wewahitchka, Florida, up to
11:00 a.m., (CST) Tuesday, March
8, 1960 for:
('a) Removal of existing roof from
the High School Gymnasium and
the re-roofing of same.
(b) Science Equipment for We-
wahitchka High School.
Plans .and specifications and con-
tract documents may be inspected


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Florida THIURSDAY FEBRUARY 18, 1960 .....-s Annou .
at the office of the Owner, The Ca. (Continued From Page 1)
Board of Public Instruction of Gulf nhalie Pace In Florida Legislature. Judge Lewis
County, Wewahitchka, Florida, or A a a served as Speaker of the Florida
the Architect, Norman P. Gross, Ag. Comm. Race House of Representatives in 1931
and may be procurred by Prime ag of
Contractors from the Architect up- at the age of 29.
on a deposit .of $10.00. The -full Charlie Race of Winter Haven,
'amount of the deposit will be re- the .first announced candidate for Judge Lewis takes an active part
turned to each Prime Contractor in church, civic and fraternal at-
who submits a bid, and all other state commissioner of agriculture, s and he has been especially
deposits will be refunded with de- qualified Tuesday for that post sub- airs and he has been S pecial l
duction of cost of reproudction and active in Polio, Boy Scout and oth-
delivery of the documents; upon er programs for the benefit of our
return of all documents in .good youth. He is married and 'the fa-
condition within less than ten (10) -. their of two daughters and one son.
days after date of the opening of During his service as one of our
bids. ?. :. During his service as one of our
Cashier's check, Certified Check Circuit Judges, Judge Lweis has
o0 Bid Bond for not less than 5% .. several times been called to sit
of the amount of the bid must ac- upon .the Supreme Court of Florida
company eac, p abr d Material nd pon the District Court of Ap-
Performance, Labor and Material F.-.,.V and u
Bond and Workman's Compensation peals. He has 'also been called .many
Insurance will be required .of the times to preside over the Circuit
successful bidder. .;. Courts in Miami, Jacksonville, Fort
Right is reserved to reject any '-a-uea an o Crut.
or all proposals, and waive tehni- Lauderdale and other Circuits.
calities. In announcing his candidacy for
No bidder may withdraw his bid re-nomination, Judge Lewis said:
for a period of thirty (30) days af- N "I am deeply grateful for being
THOMAS A. OWENS, Supt. allowed the privilege of serving the
The Board of Public people of the 14th Judicial Circuit
Instruction, Gulf County of Florida as one of their Circuit
Wewahitchka, Florida Judges. During my tenure In of-
Norman P. Gross, Architect fice, I have honestly and diligently
P. 0. Box 2207 St-2-18 tried to justify and merit the con-
Telephone SU 5-7963
Panama City, Florida CHARLIE RACE fidence the people have reposed in
----me as the occupant of this high of-
Advertisina Doesn't Cost It PAYS ject to the May Democratic primar- floe.


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6'S SWORN TO SAVE
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out of every drop of fuel.
They're long famous for low
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performance.

SHORT STROKE V8'S
Power-packed for peak per-
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the toughest hauls. They
have a mind tuned to econ-


Compare this list of Chevy advances with the features or- omy, too, that keeps costs
dinary trucks are still talking about. You'll see why Chevy .
trucks get more work done in a day... why they go extra
thousands of miles before trade-in time. These Sturdi-Bilt
Sixties aren't just new, they're a full scale revolution!


With independent front sus-
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TORSION-SPRING RIDE
Each front wheel, suspended
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they reach the body. With
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further reduce road shocks,
Chevy gives you the smooth-
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felt.

NO SHIMMY, NO
WHEEL FIGHT
Drive a '60 Chevy. at
once. Right away you'll no-
tice the absence of I-beam
shimmy and wheel fight com-
mon on ordinary trucks.


CABS FOR BIG GUYS
Big guys get a bigger break
in a Chevy cab. There's
plenty of space inside to
stretch out and relax; more
room for hats and hips, more
room for wide shoulders and
long legs. There's horizon-
wide visibility through a
windshield with 26% more
glass area; a new see-at-a-
glance instrument panel.
Cabs are safer, too, up to
67% more rigid.


SLICK NEW SUBURBAN
CARRYALLS
These handsome new handy
haulers "double in brass"-
can transport eight passen-
gers or up to 950 lbs. of pay-
load. Rear and center seats
are easy to remove and re-
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work or for pleasure, these
double-duty beauties are
best for both!


During .my terms .as one of your
Circuit Judges it has been my en-
deavor to conduct the office in such
manner as to justify and merit the
confidence and respect of all -the
people in their court and in -me as
the occupant of the ,bench. I have
never used the prestige .or power
of the office to reward or oppress
anyone. I -have done my best to
carry out the duties and responsi-
bilities of -the office with fairness
and justice to all. I have refrained
from participation in partisan poli-
tics, but have not -hesitated to
speak out on issues moral.
'If my record in office and my
'performance of the duties thereof
meet with the approval of -the peo-
ple, then I will' appreciate your con-
tinued support and encouragement
in my candidacy for re-nomination
and 're-election. I pledge the contin-
uance of my best efforts to promote
and insure the fair and impartial
administration of justice and e
-preside over your Court with im-
partiality, dignity and mercy."


ies.
The 43-year-old citrusman, cat-
tleman and motel owner, seeks to
succeed Nathan Mayo, Sr., veteran
commissioner, who is retiring next
January.


NEW DOLLAR-SAVING
PRICES
Chevrolet's low prices make
big truck news for '60. They
mean money in your pocket
on model after model. Step-
Vans, 4-Wheel Drives, many
light-duty models with auto-
matic transmissions-all are
lower priced. Also, prices
have been reduced on all
optional V8's.

SEE YOUR DEALER
It could be the most impor-
tant visit you make in '60.
When you've seen these new
Chevies, you'll agree they're
the world's most advanced
trucks. Then drive one and
find out why.


1960 STURDI-BILT CHEVROLET TRUCKS


See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer for fast delivery, favorable deals!




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Ready-To-Wear Dept.
fNG FEATURES --
A record breaking, customer
making group of bright, flatter-
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DRESSES
During this celebration, buy
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Sizes 5 to 15. 10 to 20. 141/2 to
241/2 Styled by the nation's
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A heart breaking closeout rack
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Formerly priced up to $16.50-a
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Assorted sizes. You'll hardly be-
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Spring, 1960
amen- D RESSES
r For tots and teens (1 to 14)
luniors! $1.95 to $5.95
Choose from Kate Greenawa
IPrim and Pretty and styles I
Perfection. They're adorable.


Lingerie Department Opening Features'


Lace trimmed, Shadow Panel
SLIPS priced at $1.95
by Phil-Maid. Full length or hip styles.
Dacron blend, sizes 32 to 40. Also dainty
floral .prints in SHORTY PAJAMAS at
the 'same low price.


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Spencer's attractive, cotton Rosebud

PANTIES 3 pr. I
Durable. For girls 2 to 16.
Double Thick TRAINING PANTIES
By Spencer 4 prs. $1.00


Ladies, be sure to take a long look in Lingerie by Sans Souci and Seampruf-New
Spring shipments of slips, gowns and panties are here-Gossard and Lovable Bras
and foundations, too Wonderful values.

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Piece Goods and Household Furnishings ept.
---- GRAND OPENING FEATURES ----


Bright, colorful shipment new '60 Cotton
PRINTS 4 yds. $1
Feature Priced! Why pay 39c elsewhere?
$1.00 yd. value drip dry woven plaid

GINGHAMS yd. 69c
Only 500 yards to sell at this price. Ex-
citing new Spring colors.


40" Chix unbleached
SHEETING 4 yds. $1

48" solid color and floral

Drapery Fabrics $1 yd.
$1.49 value. Homemakers, check Boyles
for the top buys in sheets, towels and
bedspreads!


Hosiery Department Grand Opening Features


Beautiful nylon.
HOSIERY $1.00 to $1.35
By Mojud and Fine Feathers
Thrifty, First Quality
NYLON HOSE pr. 47c
New Spring shades. Sizes 8'2 to 11.


Children's Nylon
STRETCH SOX 3 pr. $1.00
Men's Nylon
STRETCH SOX 2 pr. 97c
Dozens of attractive new patterns and
colors.


Infant's Department- Grand Opening Feature!
Skin soft 49c value Sizes 1 to 3. Slip over and button front
Receiving Blankets 3 for $1 Knit T-Shirts 77c
styles, value to $1.29.
Dozen sanitary, wrapped
BirdSeye Diapers $ 91 Infant's and Children's SWEATERS are
Birdseye Diapers $. drastically reduced.


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Family Shoe Department
-- Grand Opening Features -
Attention, thrifty ladies! A special value group of Dress and

CASUAL SHOES $4, $5 and $7
Reduced to walk out fast. Some of these shoes have sold for
More than twice the price-About 100 pair left. Excellent selec-
tion colors and sizes.

Now, Port St. Joe's outstanding
selection of Brand new Melody


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others.


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SHOES FOR MEN
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Boyles guarantees every pair for
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Sizes 0 to 3, 3V2 to 5, 51/2 to 8, 8V2 to 12,
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$1xo95 to $495
New Spring and Summer styles are here
-You'll have money and time to buy
duriAn. this great celebrationI


Boyles is Headquarters for
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Men's, boys, women's and girls'. See the
new styles just in.


The following Merchandise will be given away as Grand Op-
ening Prizes Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
30 Items for Men, Women, Boys and Girls -- Value over $200.00
-- 10 Winners Daily -- Please Register as you enter store.


1 Evening Gown by Nadine Formals
1 Ladies Leather Purse by Tennessee
Handbags
4 Story Books by Kate Greenaway, "A
Apple Pie", "The Pied Piper of Hame-
lin", "The Queen of The Pirate Isle"
and "Under the Window"
1 Diaper Shirt set by Kate Greenaway
2 Children's Dresses, sizes 1 and 4 by
Kate Greenaway
1 Doris Dodson Junior Dress (size to fit)
1 Pr. Dacron blend Baby Doll Pajamas
to fit by Phil-Maid
1 Pr. Sans Souci Nylon Briefs
1 Pr. Nylon Hose by Mojud
1 Bedspread by Fieldcrest
1 Dress Length Drip Dry Woven Plaid
Gingham


1 Van Heusen Dress Shirt
1 Pair Fine Quality Slacks by Happ
1 Sport Shirt by Tulane (Men's)
3 Boys Sport Shirts by Tulane
1 Wright Hat for Men
1 Pair Lee Chetopa Twill Pants
1 Suit Men's Underwear by. Hanes
(Shirts and Shorts)
1 Pair Fine Randcraft Shoes for men
1 Pair Boys Keds
1 Man's Belt by Smart
2 pairs Nylon Stretch Sox by Tufknit
1 pair boys Wash and Wear Slacks by
Montog
1 Man's Work Suit (Shirt and pants to
match, Steven's Twill by Big Dad.
Choose from 3 colors.


You do not have to be present to win Names will be drawn at the
close of business each day and announced over Radio WJOE at 8 A.M.
Friday, Saturday and Monday Listen for 10 Lucky Winners each
day February 19, 20 and 21. It's BOYLES Grand Opening Celebration!



MEN'S Bad OY'S DEPARTMENT
---- GRAND OPENING FEATURES


Men, see our new
Suits and Sport Coat
Economy priced

$14.75 to $34.95
Yes, you'll get more for you
money at Boyles-up to the min
ute styles. Attractive, durabi
fabrics. Why pay high prices?

Mon-Tog SUITS and
SPORT COATS
for boys
$5.95 to $14.95
You'll be ahead to lay away f<
Easter now. Sizes 2 to 18. Attra
tive patterns and colors, inclu
ing white.
Boy's Mon-Tog Slacks
$1.95 to $5.95
Hundreds of pairs polished co
ton and Bedford Cord
SLACKS
for young men 28 to 34


New frontier styles. Latest lI
models. Guaranteed wash
wear fabrics.


Grand Opening

GRAB
TABLES

SURPRISE

Table No. 1



SURPRISE

Tabe No. 2


Assorted, useful it-
ems from various
departments ri-
diculously priced to
make space for new
stocks. Be sure to
check these grab th-
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100% fine cotton broadcloth wash and wear
Men's White DRESS SHIRTS --- $2.95
Boy's long sleeve Sizes 1 to 18
SPORT SHIRTS each $1.00
10 oz. For boys. Sizes 4 to 16
Bar Tacked DUNGAREES -. pair $1.39
Boxer Dungarees, size 1 to 6 -- $1.00
All Winter Merchandise Greatly Reduced .
some as much as 50%


r Clothes Department
--- Grand Opening Features -

Big Dad ORK SUITS $4.69
For men Shirt and pants to match, both for this record low
price. Sturdy quality, full cut and sanforized. Khaki or grey.
Sizes up to 42.
Men's sanforized blue denim
D N A E E S pair $S 1.98

BOYLES IS HEADQUARTERS for LEE'S famous Guaranteed
WORK CLOTHES in fine Chetopa Twills and Denims-Shop
caps and work gloves. Our prices are lower!






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THURSDAY, 9:00 A.M., FEBRUARY 18, 1960 The House That Value Built!
SPECIAL GRAND OPENING OFFERINGS WILL BE AVAILABLE
10 GREAT VALUE DAYS!


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modeling, Renovation and Rejuvenation, outside, ndeo, Topside and Bottomside! Gratefully and Humbly We Make This Announce-

ment, and Cordially Invite Our Host of Friends nd Customers to Participate in Another Great Celebration At BOYLES, the Home made,

Home Owned Store, Built on Faith, Frien s~, r and Saivings. It's for You: Come! R. GLENNand ERL A M. BOYLES


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Sharks Streteh Winning streak With 3 '
..... r5DawsoF 5 4 14Dunln IS 7
TWO Sweet Victories During Week Wilder 2 3 7 Smith 1- 2 4
Ray 0 1 1 |Mitchell 0 2 2
M'White 7 3 17 1"
The Port St. Joe Sharks contin- Dawson got 14 and Buddy Ward Score by quarters:
ued their winning streak last Fri- accounted for 10. Port St. Joe ---- 16 22 12 22-72
day night when they took the Quin- The Tigers were paced by Doug Quincy ------- 6 12 14 12--45
cy Tigers to the cleaners in Quin- Jensen with 12 points.-
cy, 72-45. Port St. Joe won the junior var- The Port 'St. Joe Sharks und-r
The Sharks had four players sity contest, 33-25. Buddy Williams the direction of Coach Marion Craig
place in the double scoring figures. was top scorer in that game with Ifought their way to a 46-41 revenge
Bob Munn was high point man with 11 points. victory over the Bay High Torna-
21 markers. He was followed by St. Joe fg ft tp! Quincy fg ft tp does here Monday night in a pack-
David Musselwhite with 17, Jimmy Munn 9 3 21 Parrish 4 2 10 ed gymnasium.
Midway in the fourth period, the
Sharks started a possession-type of
fnese forcing the Tornadoes to fight
UJze I n r a Sdesperately for the ball. This caus-
Z & no =1110P led Bay to foul repeatedly.
f The game, similar to the one
1010 PALM BOULEVARD (played on Bay's home court on
HAS RE-MODELED ITS SERVICES TO YOU! January 26, except for the outcome,
The Bungalow Shop now gives ou was rough and rugged with a -total
The Bungalow Shop now gives you of 36 personal fouls committed.
S S He GREEN TA PSP I Port St'Jo had threplayers in
S. &. E A S double figure scoring. Jimmy Wil
On All Purchases der tallied 13; Buddy Ward, 12 and,
Bob Munn, 11.
The Bungalow Shop now Takes Care of Forward David Musselwhite ad-
Afterations Free of Charge! ded -nine.
Cordell led the Bay quintet with
DOUBLE S & H GREEN STAMPS 14 points.
Will be given on all purchases February 18 through Port St. Joe's Sharks picked up
February 24 the majority of the rebounds get-
ting 31 for the taller Tornadoes'
SHOP AT 30.
THE UNGALOWW ardP and Musselwhite, Port St.
SUNJoe's only six-footers grabbed 12
1010 PALM BOULEVARD and 'eight rebounds respectively.
Port St. Joe cashed in 20 of 30
Your Specialty Shop for Girls Teens Misses charity shots for a percentage of
55, below their usual accuracy at


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Port St. Joe i fast, grabb-
ing the lead and -holding it through
the first quarter.
During the second period, the
scoring was even up with each
team sinking 13 points. The score
was tied three 'times during the
period.
At half-time the Sharks were
the possessors of a 25-23 lead.
Bay out-scored Port St. Joe 13-
10 in the third period gaining a
36-35 margin going into the final
quarter.
This is when the Sharks turned
on their possession and came out
on top at the end of the game, 46-


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Munn
M'white
Ward
Dawson
Wilder


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S5 1 11 Godwin 0 1 1
1 7 9JNewman 3m 1 3
4 4 12 Snuggs 3 1 7
0 1 1 Cordell 4 6 14
3 7 13 B. Snuggs 1 0 2-
M'Kinney 4 2 10


Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe --.-- 12 13 10 11-46
Bay High ..... 10 13 13 5-41-


Dr. Fertch Speaks
To Kiwanis Club
Dr. Pauline Fertch, director of
the Bay County Child Guidance
Clinic, told the local Kiwanis
Club Tuesday that the only way
the state of Florida can hope to
care for its mentally ill, prison in-
mates and juvenile delinquents in
our rising population is .to provide
-a means of treating mentally dis-
turbed people on the home front.
Dr. Fertch said that mental ill-
ness has already become such a
problem that one in two hospital
beds in the United States is occu-
pied by a mentally ill person. "Our
growing population will naturally
mean a growth in mental illness.
How will we cope with even more
growth in -this, field when we cannot
care adequately for the patients we
-have now?"
In explaining the dire need for
,psychiatric aid, Dr. Fertch said
that there are at least 20 persons
outside mental hospitals who need
psychiatric 'help for every person
in a hospital.
She declared that 'an all-out drive
to give adequate treatment for the
muetally ill would also -reduce oar
crime rate, juvenile delinquency
rate -and would even reduce some
physical ailments.
Dr. Fertch especially cited tha
jump in alcoholism in Florida, es-
peciaiily alongog women. She said
that in 1940, one in ten alcoholics
were women. In 1957 the ratio had


Makes Thue Reun*
Mrs. j. F, Daniell has retire
home after visiting with Mr1a Glad-
ys McCoy, Mr. and Mrs Johnnie
Daniell and Mr and Mrs. George
White in Jacksonville; Mrs. C. F.
Bruce in Kingsland, Ga, and Mr.
and Mrs. Horace Daniell in Palat-
ka.


CLASSIFIED ADS
Midget Investments With
Giant Returns


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
cottages. $45 per month. Ander-
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tfc
FOR RENT: One and ,two bedroom
attractively furnished a p a r t -
ments. Cool in summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans.
They have to be seen to be appre-
ciated. Also nice Trailer parking
space. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi-
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail-
er Park, White City. tfc-8-20
FOR RENT: House at Beacon Hill.
Furnished. Contact Silas R. Stone
Phone 7-7161 tfc-10-22
FOR RENT: Small furnished ap-
artfent. Suitable for married cou-
ple. Living-bedroom, kitchen and
bathroom. Phone 9-1301 or 7-2711.
J. A. Mira. tfc-12-17
FOR RENT: Furnished apartments
and cottages at Mexico Beach and
Beacon Hill. 1 to 3 bedroom from
$45 to -100 per month plus utilities.
Phone 9-1184 or see Mrs. Elizabeth
Thompson at Costin Cottages, Bea-
con Hill. 4t-1-7
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
on Fourth St. See Frank LeHardy
or phone 7-8141. tfc-1-14
FOR RENT: Houses. furnished and
unfurnished. $37.50 per month- and
up. Call BAll 7-4156.
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave.
Phone 7-5771. tfc-2-4


ad will ue vacatedLround U ebrU i
FOR RENT: 2 houses in Highland ary 1. Owners will give long term
View. One bedroom, $25 mo. 2 lease and remodel to- suit tenant.
bedroom, wired for .stove, $35 mo. Contact C. L. Costin.
Both modern plumbing. Phone 7-
7037 or 7-3983. 2tp-2-11 WANTED: Men or women for full
or part -time work. Make $1.53 per
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished hour. No solicitation. No car ne-
house at St. Joe Beach. Phone 7- cessary. Phone or call by The Star,
7521, or see Bill Carver. 3tp-2-11 7-3161, for information.
FOR SALE: '58 7% h.p. Elgin out- WORK HALF DAYS and earn $2
board. New gas tank. ExcV1l'eJit 'to $3 ,an -hour servicing Avon cus-
running condition. $89.95 alsa '2 -tomers in your neighborhood. We
hp Evinrude. It runs. $25.00 '-WIM- train you. Write Avon Cosmetics,
BERLY PONTIAC CO : Box 3103, MSS, Tallahassee, Fla. ,


A1 Aort It Jos, Florida H JWWAY OuRARYU 100 II


FOR SALE: Stardust 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
C. M. Parker, Reg. Real Estate Bro.
Phone BAll 9-1121, Port St. Joe
Mail: Box 123, Mexico Baech Sta.
Panama City, Fla.

FOR SALE
House at 214 Seventh St. $7,875.
3 bedroom house on 10th St.
2 bedroom house and all furni-
ture at Howard Creek, $4,760.
House at St. Joe Beach, $7,872.
2 houses In downtown Wewahit-
chka, $7,875.
1 bedroom trailer, '51 model, $1,-
600.
New 3 bedroom houses on Bell-
amy Circle.
2 bedroom trailer, '56 model for
sale or rent with all accessories.
FOR RENT
3 bedroom furnished house on
McClellan Ave.
PRIDGEON AGENCY
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741

TRACTOR with operator. Plow or
disc garden or lawn. Reasonable.
Phone BAll 7-4881. 4tp-2-11
WANTED: Will buy old bottles
and relics in good condition.
Please advise condition and price.
Allan R. Curll, Box 146, Rt. 1, Nice-
ville, Fla. lOp-2-11
LADIES WANTED: Tupperware
home parties has openings for 4,
2 part-time, $50 per wk.; 2 full-time
$100 per wk. to help with spring
business. Commission. Car neces-
sary. Phone Tallahassee, 2-8210,
collect, for interview. Stc-2-11
FOR LEASE: Building approdi-
mately 35 x 80 feet on Reid Ave-
nue in heart of business district.
Presently occupied by- post office


FOR SALE: 11 cu ft GE deep
'freeze. Good condition. $80.00.
Phone 7-4211 tfe-2-18
FOR SALE: Building-lot at St. JOe
Beach and one at Beacon Hill.
Contact Chuck Gibson. 3tc-2-19
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom masonry
,home on Bellamy Circle. Phone,
7-S311. 2tp-2.-1


jumped to one in four. "Alceholism FOR SALE: Plymouth. Old but in
is becoming more widespread every good condition. Call 7-5311. 2tp
davy and unleI s these Da nneole get


adequa te -"psychiatric aid, itn will
adequate psychiatric aid, it will


They're MORE than just
nylon tires... they're
FIRESTONE NYLONS!
Just the word "nylon" on a tire gives
you no assurance of complete tire
quality. Always insist on FIRESTONr
nylons... then you're SURE of
getting...
* S/F Safety-Fortified nylon cord
bodies ... the end result of an
exclusive process which gives
these tires extreme strength, with
built-in resistance to rupture
or deterioration.
* Firestone Rubber-X. ... the
long wearing tread rubber A
that gives these tires a
value "PLUS."
* Firestone's exclusive tread
design ... the non-skid design
that has become famous
the world over.


SIZE


6.70-15
7.10-15


BLACK*


13.95
15.95


WHITE*


17.50
19.95


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continue tospread"
Guests of the club were Jimmy
Dawson and Bob Kerrigan from
the High School; Carl Gray of Pan-
ama City and John Puckett of
Gainesville.


Highland View Teachers
Take Training Course
The faculty of the Highland View
IElementary School has completed
'six in-service training sessions
with Dr. Ferteh, Director of the
Bay County Child Guidance Clinic.
The group discussed the feelings
involved in childhood behavior. It
is hoped that the outgrowth of
these group discussions will be
evidenced in a happy, wholesome
classroom environment which will
produce self-disciplined, responsible
school and community citizens.

Michigan Chemical
Names New Salesman
M'ichgan Chemical Corporation
announces ithe appointment -of
Thomas B. Sparks as product sales
manager of industrial chemicals
and I. M. Anderson as technical ser-
vice representative of magnesia
sales.
Mr. Sparks attended Notre Dame
University and Goshen College,
where he received an AB. in Chem-
istry in 1948. Previous to joining
Michigan Chemical in September,
1957 as a salesman, he was employ-
ed by Merck & Co. in its sales de-
partment. Mr. Sparks will now be
in charge of sales of bromine, 'bro-
mine derivatives, and Michigan
Chemical's growing series of non-
bromine fine chemicals and phar-1
maceutical derivatives, said the an-
nouncement made ;by George L.
Innes, director of sales.
Mr. Anderson, a graduate of Mi-
chigan State University in 1939
with a degree of Chemical Engin-
eering, was supervisor of magnesia
production for Michigan at its
Saint Louis plant before being
transferred to 'his technical ser-
vice assignment. In this new posi-
tion he will enable customers to
utilize more fully the special facili-
ties provided by Michigan Chemi-
cal's -new seawater plant at Port
St. Joe, as well as the continuing
services of the company's Saint
Louis, Michigan plant.


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FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser q
with 65 hp motor. Sleeps two, R.
head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy S'
Gibson or call BAll 7-5771. .,


















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FRIGERATION REPAIRS, com-
mercial or household. Call Smit-
Refrigeration Repair, BA18
520. Have your air conditioner
cked now for summer.
EE GIFTS for Tupperware hos-'
ess. As ,high as $10.00 to $15.00.
pperware can be won for having
arty. Call your Tupperware deal-
Josephine Smith, BAll 7-2520.
PTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
ford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
ck expert service. tfe
A. M.-Regular convocation ot
t. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-


Inug brothers Welcome.
David t. Jones, High Priest.
Joel Lovett, Secretary
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IAn
saving money see us for anytbAt
you need in your borne. STOP a4
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 11,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Moot-
ing first and third Thursday night
8:00 p.m., American Legion Honme.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. O,
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
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodg*
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday st 8:00 p.m.


ROBERT H. TRAWICIK, "W M.
POPE FONDLY,. See-
All Master Masons cordially rltsd
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE,
Meetings, at Moose- HaIL, 810
Fourth SL Meeting night every
other Monday.


MODERN NEW HOME "
2 BDRMS. I Vi Baths
This lovely new home In beau-
tiful Mexico Beach has many
custom features -noCfound in
the average home: Built-in
outlets for TV, phone, automa.
tic washer, dryer, gas or elec-
tric range; -has heated bath-
rooms, large wardrobe closets
and many other desired extra.
A superb buy -at only $9,875;
only $1500 down, $75 per mo.
(,prin. and tat.)
C. M. Parker, R. E.
Hiway 98 Mexico Beach



FOR

VELDA
DAIRY PRODUCTS
Home Delivery
-Call -
BAII 7-8825
C. E. McDANIELL



Repair Work
BICYCLE SHOP
LAWN MOWERS
Small Elec. Appliances

BAZZELL'S
FIXIT SHOP
Highland View across ffrom
Holland's Grocery


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$2.631o*

* Government-posted manufacturer's sug-
gested retail list price for Mercury
Monterey 2-door sedan.
e This price includes: dual headlights,
self-adjusting brakes, directional signals,
wall-to-wall carpeting, safety steering
wheel, 3-speed electric windshield wipers,
safety glass in every window, alumi-
nized muffler, foam rubber seat cushion
(among many other extras).
* Full 126-inch wheelbase-.complete
luxury-car comfort-the best-built
automobile in America today-now
yours at a new lower price. Optional
equipment items at equally low prices.
*Plus freight and local taxes.


60OM E RCU

We say you can't afford not to see this new low-priced sensation at our showroom
now-comparable price reductions on our Safe-Buy Used Cars.


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