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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattabwochl Vblly"
by WEfS-.EY R, RMsSEY
Have you ever lamented the fact
that "They just don't mAke things
like they used too". If so you have
had a dozen or so ready to cut you
down right quick.
Many things, we believe, are
made better now than in years
gone by. But clothes-nfow that is
a shirt of another color;
f We remember, being the eldest
in the family, we got to the rela-
tives hand-me-downs first' and had
first crack at any new converted
flour sacks and new overalls that
happened into the Ramsey house-
Now, we can't, for the life of us,
get a pair of kid's pants that the
kids can out-grow.
Sometimes, they don't even last
to the first washing.
If a pair of jeans or a shirt lasts
for a season, it is doing good.
Of course, -this is good for the
smaller youngun's in the family.
They get no complexes from having
to wear bigger brother's or sister's
outgrown clothes, because brother
or sister can't outgrow them.
It is a good thing that complexes
didn't show up among children be-
fore the clothes quit outlasting the
natural growth of a child. When
we a kid, just a few years ago, it
was just natural that if you weren't
born in the number one position,
you wore the hand-me-downs. Now
a kid would come up with a com-
plex if he had to wear a hand-me-
What brought all this drivel out
The other day my mother gave
my son a shirt that was bought by
my brother when he was just a kid.
He wore the shirt for a good while,
another brother wore it for a good
while-and now my son has it. And
the shirt doesn't have the first hole
in It. ,
You won't find that lappeoing
in this day and time.
We no sooner get it out of our
mouth about what we would do
should the little woman show u-p
. with a sack dress, ,than she shows
up with one.
Fortunately it isn't a wear-it-out
sack dress. It -is made by sewing
twjpowels down the side and in
two, places across the shoulder to
keep it up.
Counnld be she is just callin- our
The St. Joe Paper Company,
of Port St. Joe was presented
with a Million Man Hour Safety
Award by Liberty Mutual Insur-
The Mill accumulated 1,044,041
man hours from November 14,
1957 through June 1, 1958 with-
out a lost time injury.
Harold Clack, Senior Safety
Enginere for Liberty Mutual,
stated that the record is out-
standing with an ideal program
in the plant.
Bill Winters, Safety Director,
accepted the award on behalf of
the Company and employees.
Winters gave credit to the fore-
men and employees working
throughout the Mill for the
Hopes for Local Harbor Work Grow As
Project Included In Public Works Bill
Port St. Joe's hopes for additional work for its harbor took
another leap toward approval this week when the combined House-
Senate Conferees Committee included in their Public Works Ap-
propriations Bill the amount of $573,000.00 for improvements for
,the local harbor.
.On Thursday, July 10, Senator Spessard Holland was success-
ful in getting the local appropriation in the Senate's Public Work's
Bill, but the item was not included in the House sponsored bill.
A delegation from both the Senate and the House then met to pick
the ,:o 1 ..-,-- i. i-.,rH _.ir? of hnth bills, for presentation .u li n -
i: o :-.: ,., Il t-r: i h- :' i w ked for jby, olland in
the -Senate bVil was' included' inlthe flual bill to b^e presented for
approval or disapproval.
With the Congress adjourning in just a few days now, tt .will.
probably be known by the first of the week if -the local harbor
will-receive these funds.
Senator .Holland introduced and succeeded in having the
appropriation included in'the Senate's.bill to provide for funds to
deepen the local channel to 35 feet and the bar entrance to the bay
to 37 feet. The funds asked by Holland will do approximately half -
of the desired work.
bluff about the red britches. But, Craig Schedules
we are just chicken enough to back
out of that ultimatum. She can Physical Exams
wear her old -sack. dress, but we
won't wear the red trousers. Coach Marion Craig urged all
-- varsity squad members this week,
We hope the wind is blowing to be at the County Health Depart-
from the Northwest -this morning, meant at 9:00 a.m.. Monday for a
We want -to smell that old smoke physical check-up.
coming out of the tall stack. And
if we could he guaranteed of a Craig said that it was imperative
smell for the rest of the year, the ,for all boys who have not received,
wind could just keep on blowing ithe physical. exams to be. at the
from that direction as far as we Clinic Monday for a check-up if
are concerned. they expect to play ball this year.
PICTURED ABOVE. ii .. LANU''S 1 L->t Rli L u' ii aS
they prepared to take off for a day at Wakulla Springs. They are,
front row, left to right: Carl Zimmerman, Jr., Harry Brewvton, Jr.,
Joe St. Clair, Ronald Forbis, Gene Tindell, Byron Eells, III, and
Johnny Ray. Back row, left to right: Clyde White, assistant man-
ager, Rodney Spaulding, Bob Munn, Johnny. Price, .Don Gardner,
Chesley Fensom, 'BIaine Tharpe, 'David Harvey and i1arry Dow-.
den, manager. '. by Fite)
LANDCO's Are Given Free Trip ToI
Wakulla Springs Last Week by Sponsors
L. The LANDOO's, champions-in the Joseph Land and
Port St. Joe Babe Ruth League, Company, to a full
were given a free trip to Wakulla ment at the famous
Springs Wednesday of last week. resort spot. The trip
The entire team, along with their swimming and free
manager, Harry Dowden and assis- the team.
tant manager, Clyde White, were The picture aboy
---ate Dtnrspnrsth .
team just before it l
day :of enjoy--
boat rides for
e, shows the
eft on its trip.
The First. Baptist Church of Port
St. -Joe will' begin-. a revival next
Sunday, August 24, and will con-
'tinue through August 31. There
will be two ser-vices daily, Mon-
day through Saturday. The time of
these services will be 7:00 a.m. and
8: 00 p.m. The- rcuch will. furnish
doughnuts and coffee and milk
each morning- to all that" ean re-
main after the service.
Evangelist C. C. Buckalew of Bir-
mingham; Ala., will lead this revil-
THURSDAY, AUG-UST 21, 1958
S ., .. ,
Visitor From Jacksonville
Mrs. James Alien from Jackson-
ville spent Tuesday with -Mrs. W.
P. Dockery. Mrs. Allen and Mrs.
'Dockery are cousins.
Visiting In Thomasvlile
Mrs. Joe Alligood and daughter
Carol are visiting Mrs. Alligood's!
mother in Thomasville, Ga.
Visit In Iowa
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ford and
daughter -Betty Ann and Mary El-
len Henderson visited in Iowa with
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Coats and fam-
ily last week. On their way back
home they toured the mountains
and report a most enjoyable trip.
Advertising Doesn't Cost It PAYS-
.-ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
City Asks For Revisions
In Secondary Road Funds
Schools Will Open Doors For Classes
In Port St. Joe On Tuesday, September 2
REV. C. C. BUCKALEW
val. Rev. Buckalew was a pastor
foir many years before entering
evangelistic work about a year ago.
He is a fine-preacher, and .Christian
leader... You will not want to jigss
any of his sermons.: ..- ..
Joha 'Brown, Music Director of
the First Barptist Ciui,.h, -will lead
the :singing.. Mr. .Brown..is very
good as a song leader and you will
be inspired by -every song service.
Everyone is cordially invited to
attend all of these revival services.
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
School begins for first grade
: children who have not registered-
Wednesday, August 27. Buses-
wil run. All children who regi-.
tered at Pre-school Round-up will
be notified by mail the day to-
report. It is very important that
all children attend on date speci-
fied. This is the beginning of the
orientation program and thls-
time has been set aside to make
it easier for the first grade child-
to adjust to a school environ-
Pupils whose birth carlitiitLes
Port St. Joe High School- will
begin its 1958-5.6 school year on
Tuesday, September- 2 at 8:35
a.m., according. to Leroy Bow-
doin, principal of the school.
At &:35, all pupils willU gather in
the. gymnastam- for home room as-
A full schedule.-ot classes will
follow registration. ,Lunch will be
served In the lunchroom at.-11:48.
All pupils who are transferring
to Part St. Joe High School (this
does not includa-the -pupils. who
areL coming from- HighlandA View
Elementary and Port St. Joe- Ele-
were not recorded will bring certi- mentary) are urged to come- to the
ficates with them. Certificates high school sometime, during the
must- be recorded before child is last week of August and register.
officially enrolled. It is requested This .will enable them to start clas-
that all children have a physical see with the regular students.
check-up before entering school. -V
The child will be dismissed be. Mrs. Dorris E. White and daugh
fore lunch. School hours August ter Sherry were the guest of rela-
27, 28 and 29 will be 8:25 to tires In Graceville Tuesday and
11:00 a.m. Wednesday.
Fish and Talk
At Highland View
Gulf County's politicos will ga-
ther Saturday afternoon at 5:00
p.m. at 1-ighland View near the
Elementary School to try and
woo the County vote In their
direction, just as they have done
in various locations for the- past
two weeks. -
Saturday's speaking will be
just a little different, in that
vittles will be served along with
the verbal scallions and orchids.
The Highland View 'Men's Club
Is serving a seafood supper at
the speaking Saturday to raise
funds for their Little Boy's Base-
ball League. Serving will begin
along with the speaking at 5:00
p.m. and will continue as long as
the food lasts. The price for the
supper is $1.00 single and $1.50
for a couple.
Open New Year
By H. F. AYERS
Would you like to go back to
school and earn -a high school di-
ploma? Would you like -to take one
or more courses, of your choice, to
help enrich your present education-
il status? By doing so you will be
in a better position to live in this
present world. You will be a more
useful citizen. You will be able to
secure better positions in life it
you are one of the working mil-
lions. A course in any subject will
be given if the demand is suffi-
The courses will be given on the
days and hours that the members
of the class wishes.
At present the ful.,wing couraeac
- are being "planned
Commercial work which would
include typing, shorthand, book-
keepping, business English and of-
Arts and Crafts: homemaking,
furniture repairing and refinishing,
Florida history and others.
Check next week's paper for
time and place of registration.
H. F. -Ayers is the director of the
Gilf County Adult institute.
In St. Joe Bay
Ernest -Mitts, director
Hot For Holland?
Then This Is for You
James T. McNell Jr.. chair-
man of the local "Holland for
Senator" group announced that
there will be a meeting held by
the organization Friday night at
8:00 p.m. In the Florida Power
Corporation lounge for organiza-
McNeill said that anyone In-
terested. in returning Senator
Holland to. Washington for an-
other term Il urged to be pres-
Jr. High Football
Begins Sept. 2
The Port St. Joe Junior High
School football team will begin
practice Tuesday- afternoon, Sep-
All boys in grades seven, eight
and nine that htVen't had a physi-
cal examinatit Ale urged to report
to tb, Haalthk Clinic Monday morn-
ing-:Aagust 25 at 9:00 a.m. A phy-
sical examinatloh is necessary el-
tlWr frora your family physician or
the local health department, also,
your parent's consent for you to
participate-in the athletic program
at Port St. Joe High School. Par-
ent's consent forms may be ob-
tained when you reflrt for your
This year's tenLtadve plans are
being 3mad4 to have. a s(evth,.
eighth and nalinth grad. s
This will giwv wAor-oya& a Lop-
portunity ta partleiate in the Jun-
ior High -program. Also the boys
will be competing against other
of the same ge and grade levea..
Coach-Gunter and Coach. Herring-
ton welcome any, boy in the seev-
enth, eighth and ninth. grades to
participate in this program. Any
boy that is interested and wants to
learn will have an opportunity to
make a. team according, to his
grade. The coaches will work with
,each boy- in -an e fort toteach him
the fundamental. of football.
Not only .are the-coachea inter-
ested in each boy'a capabilities of
being: & footbalL player but also
their pihysca-1well-halng:;rhe -phy-
sical dwaalopmnn -ot:eahboy will
be enbaced-through his participa-
Th tentativeL schedule, depend-
ing on. the number ot-heoys that re-
portsI- I:a&safoUosw& -
Sept. -18,ath grade,-Panama City,
Sept. -25, 8th grade, Panama City
Oct. 2, 7tht grade, Panama City,
Oct. 9, 8th grade, Panama City,
Oct. 16, 7th Grade, Panama City,
Oct. 30, 9th Grade, Panama City,
'Other games will bs.dded a* a
Paper Company Presented Award
For Long Run of Safe Operations
Handicapped Man Will Conduct
Services At Long Avenue Baptist
The Long Avenue Baptist Church of the churches of West Florida
announces through their pastor, the and Alabama. He has recently writ-
Rev. J. C. Odum, that the church ten a book entitled. "I Foundn The
and all who will attend a Youth
Evangelistic Rally at the church
on Saturday night of this week at
8:00 p.m. will greatly enjoy the
unique ministry of George Williams
Jr., of Panama City. In addition to
the inspirational message of this
extraordinary young minister there
will be gospel singing and other
activities of special interest to all
and especially to the youth of Port
Answer" of which over 4,000 copies
have already been sold.
The Saturday night evangelistic
rally Is in keeping with the revi-
val meeting to begin in the Church
on next Sunday when the Rev.
Loyce Franklin and evangelistic
team from Tennessee will be lead-
ing the church in revival services.
The nursery will be open and
the public is cordially invite tn
St.- Joe. attend.
George Williams, Jr., was para-
lyzed as the result of arn accident SISTER OF MRS. GRIMSLEY
while swimming when he was a DIES IN OHIO
student in Bay High School several Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grimsley have
years ago. Even though paralyzed -been -called to Hamersville, Ohio
from shoulders down this young due to the death of Mrs. Grimsley's
man has been studying for the sister, Mrs. Art Haaselman.
Christian ministry and 4s already -_ -
in demand as a speaker in many GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
The resolution asks that the
County revise their request for the
paving of First 'Street by Second-
ary Road Funds. The present reso-
lution, drawn up by the County for
presentation to the State 'Road De-
partment, asks for First Street to
be paved from St. Joseph's Bay to
Garrison Avenue. Then on to where
First Street would intersect High-
The City asked the County to
change their resolution requesting
that First Street be paved from St.-
Joseph's 'Bay to Woodward Avenue.
They then asked that the money
that would be saved from paving
First Street from Woodward Ave-
nue on to Highway 71 be diverted
to other projects in the city. These
other projects requested by the
City were: Paving of 10th Street
from Long Avenue to Garrison
Avenue, and if still enough money
were available, to pave 8th Street
from Garrison Avenue to Long,.
The paving of 8th Street over
the requested area would give the
city four access roads to the Gar-
rison Aveaine aF' At pr-esent tiere
is no road of any) i nd o:- frT 8th
Street route across Forrest Park,
but the 'St. Joe Paper Company has
been dumping fill material in this
Further improvements are in
view for the city. The Commission
agreed Tuesday night to furnish
paving, sewer and water for the
Bellamy Circle area on the same
basis as they agreed to for West-
cott Circle two weeks ago. The
plan provides for property owners
served by the services ,to pay for
their installation over a period of
The improvements of these two
areas will open up two more areas
for development in Port St. Joe the
size of the Hunter Circle area.
The City discussed Tuesday, the
advisability of cleaning city ditch-
es by a chemical process instead
of the. present method of cleaning
them by hand.
The City decided to contact the
State Board of Health to find out
if the chemicals would have any
adverse effect on anything besides
the weeds before the process is
Water and Sewer
It was announced at the meet-
ing Tuesday that water and sewer
service for the colored section of
town, which has been under con-
struction for the past several
months will be completed about
next Wednesday, barring any ad-
verse weather conditions.
Rev. Buckalew To Conduct Revival
At First Baptist Church Beginning Sun.
treate ythi posr, h t
board of conservation announced
this week that 1,000 northern hard-
shell clams have been planted on
an experimental basis in Port St.
Joe Bay. The -plantings were made
by Robert Ingle, director of re-
The clams were planted at the
head of the. Bay around the Black's
Island area on an experimental ba-
The baby clams were produced in
Connecticut and brought to Florida
last march by Dr. Victor Loosanoff
of the Fish and Wildlife Service
Laboratory in Milford Harbor Con-
,As soon as the clams reached
Tallahassee, they were rushed to
the oceanside laboratory of the
Oceanographic Institute of Florida
State Uimversity at Alligator, iar-
bor. Dr. Wlnston Mirz.',ar:aned
for their housing during their early
stages and made them available to
the conservation department when
they reached thumb-nail size.
In a report to Rep. Cecil Costin
of Gulf County, Ingle pointed out
that spawning the clams in the tab
oratory was no great problem for
Dr. Loosanoff who developed the
If the experiment is successful it
may be tried later on a larger scale.
Also, when more small clams are
available they will be tried in other
parts of Florida.
A similar clam is harvested in
Florida now and has been the ba
sis of a prosperous industry in the
,It was pointed out that the nor-
thern clam is a little better tasting
but' is fed upon heavily by crabs
during its early stages.
,Ingle added that by offering lab-
oratory protection for the baby
clams a profitable cultivating busi-
ness might deevlop.
FATHER OF MRS. RICKETSON
DIES IN EUFAULA, ALA.
The sympathy of -the community
goes out to Mrs. J. T. Ricketson
for the death of her father, W. Y.
Shadrick, who died early Tuesday
morning at his rural home near Eu-
Visit In Pensacola, Mobile
,Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bowdoin and
children spent last week end vis-
iting in Pensacola and Mobile, Ala.
Ask For Paving On Eighth and
Tenth Streets: Cut For First Street
The Port St. Joe City Commission passed a resolution at
their regular meeting Tuesday night requesting the County Com-
mission to approach the State Road Board to change some of Port
St. Joe's secondary road paving a little. The Resolution asked
that parts of one job -hot be done and money saved be applied to
carrying out other work that the Commission felt was more im-
Classified Ads Bring Quick Results Miss Nancy, Pridgeon Is Honored
H H LWith Kitchen, Shower Recently
SBACK-TO-SCHOOL CHECK LIST
THE END OF SUMMER AND BEGINNING Miss Nancy Pridgeon,' bride- Approximately 35 guests
THE END OF SUMMER AND THEBEGINNINGelect of August, was feted recently the occasion. Among those
OF A NEW SCHOOL YEAR SHOULD FIND YOUR I with a kitchen shower given by were.Mrs. Earl Tom Pridg
YOUNGSTER WELL PREPARED, HERE IS A CHECK Miss Bobbie Ward, Miss Betty mother of'the honoree and
LIST TO USE IN MAKING YOUR PURCHASES. ard,- Miss'Del'ores Chism and B.B. Shuford, Sr., mother
.....-.~- Miss Brenda Hill. groom-elect.
W The lovely affair was held at the Miss Pridgeon will bec
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TOO, ESPECIALLY IN TV PERSONALITIES ON .played on the mantle. Yellow mums Mr. and Mrs. Otis Whit
THE LOWER GRADES, ARE USEFUL CLASS- THE COVER, were arrangedin the Florida room: lanta were the guests of
ROOM AIDS. were arranged~in the Florida room'.
ROOM AIDS The kitchen theme-was carried Mrs. Dorris E. White an
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GET REINFORCEMENTS WITH A FLIP"OF THE mer sun dress.c
TO HOLD LOOSE-LEAF PAGES IN PLACE. FINGER. GUMMMED LABELS PREVENT e wsu dress It Misses Martha and Joan
LOSSES BY IDENTIFYING BOOKS. She. was presented several k-ited relatives in Gracev
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ENJOY YOUR OWN
Esther Williams Swimming Pool
FOR FREE POOL SURVEY CALL
HARRY McKNIGHT, Local Representative
Phone BAll 7-5821 Port St. Joe, Fla.
JOHN PILCHER LUMBER CO.
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA
rhe Star Brings News of Your Neighbors
I Mrs. S.
te of At-
1110 HUNTER CIRCLE
Can Handle Any Type Plumbing, Small or Large
15 Years Experience
PHONE BAllI 7-2541 At Anytime
ALL WORK GUARANTEED FREE ESTIMATES
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL -.. 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) -- 8:00 p.m.
You Are Invited To Attend. .
EEV. LOYCE FRANKgUi
REv. J. C. ODUM
Long Avenue Baptist Church
AUGUST 24 thru 29
WEEK DAY SERVICES
11:00 A.M. and 8:00 P.M.
UGH 1\- ADDY
SPECIAL FELLOWSHIP for YOUNG PEOPLE
NURSERY OPEN FOR ALL SERVICES
CV. JAMES AUSTIN
Auxiliary Fetes Legion
With Home Cooking
The ,American Legion Auxiliary
'honored the Willis V. Rowan, Post
116 with a covered dish buffet
Tuesday night tat the American
Legion Home there was a record
attendance of both the Legion-
naires and Auxiliary members.
The tables were over-laid with
pale yellow imported damask, with
shining silver and clear crystal.
The buffet table was dressed in
pale 'pink with a crystal lazy-susan
as a center piece filled with a var-
iety of fancy pickles. The hostesses
served fried chicken, poulet-et-l'-
estragon, tiny butter beans with
savory sauce, sauted green beans,
a variety of salads, home made
cake and iced tea.
The hostesses for the lovely af-
fair were Mrs. P. G. Hart and Mrs.
STAC House Drive
Gets Good Results
Last Thursday night the STAAC
House teen-agers were met with a
generous welcome in their house
to house canvass for kitchen uten-
sils, household items and donations.
Many useful things were received
as well as around $22.00 in cash
To all who helped we offer a very
THE TAR, Port St Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1958
servtio andprearaton f b
Miss Nancy Pridgeon
Honored With Tea
Miss Nancy Pridgeon, bride-elect
of Blair Shuford of Port St. Joe,
was complimented on Tuesday. Au-
gust 12, with a tea given in her
honor by Misses Hester Durham
and Mary Lou Adams at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Durham in
A color scheme of pink and
green was featured throughout the
rooms and arrangements of sweet-
heart roses and gladioli were used
at vantage points.
Miss Pridgeon was attractively
dressed in a white sheath dress
over blue and wore a white corsage
which was a gift from the hostess-
es. The honoree was presented
with a crystal candy dish as a mo-
mento of the occasion.
Honored guests were the mother
or the honoree, Mrs. Tom Pridgeon,
Sr., and the mother of the groom-
elect, Mrs. S. B. Shuford of Port
Assisting the young hostesses
with their guests were their mo-
thers, Mrs. Leon Durham and Mrs.
J. Frank Adams.
Fla. Power To Have
sincere thank you.
j The special Seafood Demonstra-
The largest crowd of the sum- The special Seafood Dennetra-
tion will be held in the Florida
mer, 80, attended the STAC House power corporation Home Service
Saturday night. Center on August 27 at 3:00 p.m.
Chaperones assisting Mrs. Wayne According to Mrs. S. Patrenos,
Biggs the director, were Mrs. Joe FPC Home Service advisor, the
Alligood and Mrs. Gene McCormick. demonstration will be presented
Plans for next 'Saturday night by Mrs. Sara Alberson, Florida
include the regular monthly fea- State Seafood Home Economist, f
ture, a covered dish supper. Aallahassee. This will include new
All teen-agers are invited to methods and ideas regarding pre-
bring a covered dish and join in
the fun. The STAC House opens at
Returns To Louisiana
Miss 'Beth Lane, who has been
visiting relatives, M.r and Mrs. J.
T. McNeill, Jr., of Indian Pass and TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191
Mrs. Verna Smith of Port St. Joe, OPEN DAILY, 2:45 P.N..
has returned to her home in Baton SATURDAY, 12:45 P.M.
Rouge, La. m' a
C. P. ETHEREDGE
605 Maddox Street
The Baptist Hour
EACH SUNDAY 4:00 P.M.
Over Radio Station
1570 On Your Dial
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION
OF FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of COASTAL REALTY COMPANY,
at 116 Monument Avenue in the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, in-
tends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Gulf County, Florida.
4t-7-17 WILLIAM J. RISH
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Re: Estate of
BYRON WHETSTONE EELLS, SR.,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Byron Whet-
stone Eells, Sr., deceased, are hereby inoti-
fied and required to file any claims or de-
mands which they may have against said
estate in the office of the County Judce of
Gulf County, Florida, in the Courthou:e iat
Wewahitchka, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first public ,titn
of this notice. Each claim or demand must
be in writing and must state the place cr
residence and post-office address of the
claimant and must be sworn to by the clai-
mant, his agt, or his attorney, or it will
become void according to law.
ELDORA COLGIN EELLS 4t
Executrix of the Estate of Byron
Whetstone Bells, Sr., deceased.
Jim Fair is FAIR
ANNAPOLIS grad. COMBAT vet.
:on of Dr. Farrior FAIR in bus'. "-
Saves U$. BEST matrs. STERLh 2
Jim Fair is YO ,t
friend H gN~ES .,1,4'"
servation and preparation of loc
All homemakers are invited to
attend. The program will last for
one hour and the food will be given
to names drawn from a box. Your
attendance will be appreciated and
you will receive very good infor-
mation and recipes regarding sea-
,Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Dykes attend-
ed a convention of Piggly Wiggly
super market operators and owners
in New Orleans, La., last week end.
STAR Want Ads Get Resalts
SET A GOOD EXAMPLE
Children are notorious copy
cats, particularly of their
parents. It is their way of
learning how to live in the
world. This is particularly true
of the way they handle them-
selves as pedestrians.
If father jaywalks, junior.
sees little reason to cross the
street only at the intersection.
His father did it, and that is
good enough for him.
For that reason, the wise
parent will try to set a gccd
example in his walking hab.
He will abide by pedestric.
laws and ordinances, ars
not just when junior is w;i
him. Children are not easily
deceived in such matters,
says the American Automo-
bile Association. If you war'
your r to be a goo-
pedestrian, be one yourself
From PLANNED PEDESTRIAN FiC-.
GRAM, published by The AA/
Foundation for Traffic Safe!
"Come and Worship God With Us"
I Lu II~1IBLI+I _I ~a~i
(Paid Political Advertising)
Vote For and Elect -
District Number Four
Your Vote and Support Will
.. :. Re-Elect
I feel that my record as a mem-
ber of the Lgeislature has been a
good record and the legislation
which I Introduced and supported
was for the best interest of the
people of Gulf County.
I respectfully solicit your contin-
ued vote and support upon my past
CEOIGL G. COSTIN, JR.
I am seeking the position of
County Commissioner in District
Four. I pledge to serve the people
of this county to the best of my
ability. The voice of the people
will always be my guide.
I will appreciate your vote and
I wish to announce my candi-
oacy for re-election as County
Commissioner from District No.
If re-elected, I promise to con-
tinue to serve all of Gulf County
honestly and to the very best of
I will appreciate your vote and
E. C. HARDEN, SR.
Phone BAIl 7-9291
For School Board Member
I am seeking election as your
Member of the Board of Public
Instruction from District 5.
I have long been interested in the
school Isystem of Gulf County and
accutely desire to see the Gulf
County system become the best in
the State of Florida.
If elected, and with your help, I
will strive to make you a school
board member that you will be
Your vote and support is sin-
cerely solicited on behalf of my
For School Board Member
In announcing my candidacy or
re-election to the County School
Board I am proud to offer you my
past record and a sincere promise
that I will continue to give the
whole of Gulf County School sys-
tem my unselfish and untiring f-
Your vote and support will be
For Small Claims Judge
I am seeking re-election to
my first full term as Judge of
the Small Claims Court of
During my past two years
in this capacity we have ren-'
dered the people of Gulf Co.,
every service possible. We
offer our candidacy on our
B. B. CONKLIN
VOTE TO KEEP
BENJAMIN H. DICKENS
County Prosecuting Attorney
Subject to Democratic Primary
Should the people honor me by
returning me to this office. I
pledge that I will be a servant
of the public. I will always upol 1
the high public trust reposed in
the office 'of County Prosecuting
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
REPAIRED and RECORD
223 Monument Ave.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9.45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
PORT ST. JOE
Plant Phone 7-3326 Home Phone 7-3821
104 FOURTH STREET
Manufacturers of ,,
Anything Made of Cement
SEPTIC TANKS SIDEWALKS
INSTALLATION and REPAIRS
Silas R. Stone
Democratic Primary, Sept. 9
House of Representatives
The People's Voice In the
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
COMMISSIONER, DIST. NO. 2
I am a life-long resident of Gulf
County and served the County
faithfully and sincerely from 1941
until 1954. I announce my candi-
dacy again for Commissioner, Dis-
trict No. 2:
(1) Because of my three terms
of valuable experience as your
(2) Because I believe I can as-
sist in saving the people some
money and still be very useful in
helping with the progress of our
I thank you and solicit your vote
and your support.
JIM S. DANIELS
FRIENDS OF GULF COUNTY:
I am announcing my candidacy
for County Commissioner for
District No. 4. I have lived in
Port St. Joe and Gulf County for
20 years. I pledge to work for
the best Interest of all the peo-
ple In Gulf County, and will sin-
cerely appreciate your vote and
COLEMAN W. THARPE
For School Board Member
I am seeking re-election to
my current position of School
Board member from District
I have become familiar with
the workings of our school
system and pledge myself to
the best school system it is
possible for Gulf County to
For School Board Member
I offer myself for ejection
for the first time to the po-
sition-of School Board mem-
ber in District One.
If. elected I pledge myself
to the betterment of the stan-
dards and efficiency of the
Gulf County school system.
FELLOW CITIZENS OF
This is to announce my candi-
dacy for County Commissioner
from District No. 4. I am married
and have two children and am a
property owner in the county.
My family and I have a stake
in Gulf County's future and I will
work at all times to protect your
interests as well as mine.
I will sincerely appreciate your
support and vote on September 9
for County Commissioner, Dist. 4.
DIAL BA 7-4331
Notice is hereby given that the City Tax
Assessment Roll for the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida, for the tax year 1968, will be
submitted to the Tax Equalizing Board for
approval on the 19th day of August A. D.,
1968, at the City Hall at 7:00 P.M. EST.
All persons desiring to have corrections
made in such roll, whether in the listing,
valuation of property or otherwise, are re-
quested to file with the undersigned on or
before the 19th day of August 1958, their
petition setting forth their objections to
such assessment and the corrections which
they desire to have made.-
Witness my hand and the official seal
of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida this
5th day of August 1968.
R. W. HENDERSON 2t
City Auditor and Clerk 8-7
as 3x-Officio Tax Assessor.
Natural Gas Is Assurred For Florida
By July 1, 1959 Says Gas Official
ST. PETERSBURG-A Houston Miami, Daytona Beach, Eustis,
Corp. official said this week that Mount Dora and Umatilla.
Florida residents will have natural The contracts call for Houston
gas service by July 1, 1959. Corp. to take over these systems
'Leon Reinach said work will five days after financing is corn-
start within a few weeks on the pleted.
pipeline. It will extend from Me- einach estimated the sale of gas
Allen, Texas, near the Mexican, appliances in Florida aftter service
border ,through Baton Rouge, La., is provided will exceed 40 million
to Cutler, a community just south dollars annually for several years.
o' Miami. -
He said at a Florida-Georgia Gas
Assn. meeting that the Federal W* S. Skipper
Communications Commission has
approved a $103,500,000 bond iSSue At Ft. Jackson
to finance the project.
'Work on the main lin line, he said, FORT JACKSON, S.C.-Private
"will start promptly" after flnanc- William S. Skipper, son of G. W.
ing is completed, about Sept. 1. Skipper, Box 34, Highland View,
Houston Corp, is the parent comrn- h been assigned to Co. B, 10th
pany of Houston, Texas, Gas and Bn., 2nd Training Regiment at Fort
Oil Corp., which will construct the Jackson for his baisc infantry
main route from Louisiana to Flor- 'training.
ida. 'Upon his arrival at Fort Jackson,
The parent firm recently acquir- he was initially assigned to the US
ed control of the ocastal Transmis- Army Personnel- Center where he
sion Corp., which built the Texas was issued his clothing, given a
Louisiana leg. complete physical examination and
Reinach said the parent company a comprehensive battery of apti-
has purchased distribution systems tude tests to determine the Army
in Jacksonville, Orlando, Lakeland duty assignment for which he will
THE STAR, Port 8t. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1958
best be fitted.
,During his basic training, he will
be taught to fire the M-1 rifle. Also
included in his training will be in-
structon In such subjects as first
aid, personal hygiene, military jus-
tice and physcial training.
CARD OF THANKS
John Clements thinks he sla on
the mend. He wants to thank each
and every one for their prayers
and other expressions of love and
kindnesses shown me through my
illness. I especially want to thank
the blood donors for their most
May God bless each and every
one of you, is my prayer.
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
GULF COUNTY DEMOCRATIC
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE RALLY
FOR GULF COUNTY
WHITE CITY, August 9, 5:00 p.m. EST, Stafford's Store
OAK GROVE, August 16, 5:00 p.m., EST, Brady Jordan
HIGHLAND VIEW, August 23, 5:00 p.m., EST, School
WEWAHITCHKA, August 30, 4:00 p.m. CST, Drug Store
PORT ST. JOE, September 6,4:30 p.m., EST, Across from
West Florida Gas and Fuel Co.
A. D. LAWSON, Chairman
SAMMY PATRICK, Secretary
To School Values
ROBIN HOOD CHILDREN'S CHILDREN'S
SHOES School Dresses
Saddle Oxfords Black and Nannette Sizes 1 to 3
White Tan and White Cinderella Sizes 6 to 14
4.95-5.95 $1.98 to $8.98
Boy's "LEE" 22 X 44 Boy's
DUNGAREES BATH TOWELS JACKETS
Sizes 4 to 16 89c $3.95 to
$2.69 to $2.95 EACH $12.95
Children's Jacquard Men's Ivy League 100% Wool
CAR COATS BED SPREADS FLANNEL PANTS
Sizes 4 to 12 IDouble or Single
$8.95 $3.95 $8.95
S R SHIRTS WESTERN BOOTS
$ 1.98 ..,Black and Tan
sizoe.sto,12-l2v to 3
S$129 $4.95 to $5.95
DRIP DRY 80o Square Percale BOYS
BROADClOTH FALL PRINTS IVY LEAGUE PANTS
BRIOADShades YARDS Sizes 6 to 16
59c yd. $1.00 $2.95
Ladles Sheer 81 X 99 13% OZ. "LEE"
NYLON SHEETS RIDERS
H 0 SE .5 Sizes 28 to 36
2 AIR* ~WHITE EACH S
2 PAIR -.
$1.00 $1.98 $3.98
Ladies Dresses Sport Shirts
ALL THE LATEST FALL STYLES Sizes 7 to 15 10 to 20
Lovely To Look At LONG SLEEVE Small, 'Medium and Large
$9.95 to $24.95 $2.98
It Pays To
Where You Are ,
Assurred of Service,
Quality & Satisfaction
Now Is The Time To Buy
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Methodist Youth Fellowship -- 6:15 p.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.
STARTERS and GENERATORS
REPAIRED and EXCHANGED
PATE S SHELL SERVICE
HE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1958
PublMlhd Every Thurday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WE R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also L UotP Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Oolumnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper _______
ONE YEAR. $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
NEYARI BSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
btdered as seonduelass matter, December 19, 1987, at the Poetoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-8161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do net hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
TOO LATE TO
By RUSSELL KAY
The Florida Grower and Ranch-
er, Florida's learning agricultural
journal, celebrates its 50th anni-
versary this year.
In view of the fact that the pub-
lication brought me to Florida in
1914 and I was a member of the
staff from that time until 1926,
publisher Harris Mullen asked me
if I could recall the Florida of ai
I certainly can, quite vividly.
Jacksonville, (Big Jax) we used
to call it, was Florida's large,
city, with Tampa in second place
and Miami third. The citrus indus-
try was in its infancy, producing
about 5,000,000 boxes, but even then
Wrowers were shouting over-pro-
duction and viewed with alarm pro'-
motion of realtqrs and nurserymen
in' developing and selling new
There were few automobiles and
fewer roads, ox-carts were a com-
mon sight in northwest Florida. A
nine-foot brick road connected
Tampa and Plant City, but for the
most part, our highways consisted
of washboard shell roads or sand
woods trails. About the only car
that could negotiate them with any
degree of success was the old Mo-
del T Ford.
,Open range prevailed and cat-
tlemen of that day were not inter-
estde in blooded stock. Scrub, half
starved cattle roamed the woods,
and razorback hogs were often
found taking a siesta on the court
house steps in smaller communi-
ties or cluttering up the so-called
Vegetable growers had a tough
time of it. Cattle destroyed their
,crops and if they put tip fences,
playful range riders would cut
them and let their cattle trample
started a campaign to wipe out the
tick, cattle interests bitterly op-
posed the program and in several
instances blew up dipping vats.
There were two types of Winter
visitors. We didn't call them tour-
ists in those days. Folks who came
to Florida in their private cars and
spent a month or so in the big re-
sort hotels operated by the rail-
roads, an dhomeseekers who came
in search of a location where they
could build a home and set out a
The Seaboard Airline Railroad
featured homeseekers excursions.
The round trip fare from Washing-
ton, D. C., was $25.00.
The Florida Grower was edited
by my uncle Edgar A. Wright, one
of the few citrus editors of that
day, who was brought to the state
by the Florida Citrus Exchange, to
help organize the citrus industry.
Wright spent more time in the
field than in his office. He visited
every section of the state, talked
with growers about their problems,
advocated a strong organization,
promoted modern methods and
helped break down old prejudices
and curbed sectionalism and mis-
When citrus canker threatened
to destroy the entire citrus indus-
try, Wright through the Florida
Grower, rallied citrus and business
interests in an all out fight.
Under Wright's able leadership
our citrus organizations wer e
strengthened, protective legislation
was set up and steady progress
was made. Visioning a great cattle
industry, -this editor threw the
weight of his publication behind
the fight to eliminate the cattle
tick and put cattle behind fences
where they belonged and where
good stock could, be developed.
It is indeed fittin gthat the Flor-
ida Grower and Rancher celebrate
its 50th anniversary for this pub-
lication canr take much credit for
the crop. The state was tick in- the state's alnazing Agricultural
tested and when the government development over the years.
u IGra of Carrabelle, sisters of Mrs. few days.
Highland View Clinton Cox were visitors Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shavers and
Uand Wednesday. children of Phenix City, Ala., were
By MRS. EULA ROGERS Miss Mary Cox is attending a Sunday visitors of his brother and
Children's Bible Mission Confer- family, Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Sha-
Panama City spent unday'mes witYork once in Lakeland this week. vers and children.
Mr. and ama rs. W. P. Ceoppedge. The Misses Emiy Logan and Junior G. A.'s
Mr. and Mrs H.enry utts and Reeder Brown of Carrabelle spent The Junior G. A.'s of the High-
childMr. and Mrs HenryButtsgreen, And last week with Miss Brown's sister land View Baptist Church met at
wth ildMrisitedt in Evsister Mr. ee an and family Mrand Mrs. SteveDan- 4:30 Monday. The devotional read-
with Mrs. James Ellister, and family. els and children. ing was taken from Psalms 98:1-3.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Raffiell and Mrs. Margie Cumbie left Friday The parts were given out for next
family have their children anld to visif her husband; Hubert Cum- week. Linda Graham dismissed with
grandchildren with them for a va- bie in Fort Smith, Ark. pray STORK SHOWER
cation, Mr. and Mrs. John Landers Mrs. Peavy Mims and daughter Mrs. Mattie Bray, honored Mrs.
Weekly and children of Orange, are spending twvo weeks in Atlan- Mrs Whitaker with a shower
Texas and Sgt. and. Mrs. A. L. ta, Ga:, with her mother and fam- recently. Games were played. Those
J.rzynka and children .of Tacoma, ily, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Knight. rn pres were Mrs. Bessie
--A...n. ....'.... f winning prizes were ,Mrs. Bessie
Mr. and Mrs. George Skipper
t-ave their children and grandchil-
dren for a visit, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Parker -and children of Holt and
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Skipper and
children of Pensacola..
Mrs. Joyce Caldwell of Ocala,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wat tsSpent
the week end in Jacksonville with
their son and family, Mr and Mrs.
Ralph Watts, and son.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ayers spent
the week end in North 'Alabama
with their parents and other rela-
Eloise Bulgar of Blountstown is
The earliest recorded settlers in Volusia were Fran-
ciscan friars who established a mission on the Atlantic
Coast in 1587. The ruins of these buildings can be seen
Even before its formation as a county in 1854, Volu-
sia was a fairly well populated area. The riverboat traffic
on the St. Johns used DeLand Landing as a passenger
and supply depot. The state's oldest College of Law at
Stetson was founded in 1883 by Henry DeLand, but it
was not endowed as a law school until 1900 by John B.
In progressive Volusia County, and throughout Flor-
ida, the United States Brewers Foundation works con-
stantly to assure the sale of beer and ale under pleasant,
orderly conditions. Believing that strict law enforcement
serves the best interest of the people of Florida, the
Foundation stresses close coo -si lion v.ith the Armed
Forces, law enforcement and governing officials its
continuing "self-regulation" program.
0United States Brewers
v .( 203 N. Main Street
roo. dorlando, Florida
Keep Florida Ah
RD L. O
YOUR U. S. SENATOR
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You get the right power... right down the line!
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Give your FAMILY
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(FEWER SHOPPING TRIPS)
From the mountain-movin' Work-
master V8 in tandems down to the
quick-stepping Thriftmaster 6 in pick-
ups, Chevrolet trucks offer precisely
the kind of power you need. Here are
seven truck engines designed and built
to work longer fof less on your job.
WORKMASTER VS-Built for top-tonnage
hauls, this 348-cubic-inch V8 packs 230
h.p., has new "Wedge-Head" design.
HEAVY-DUTY SUPER TASKMASTER V8-'
This '175-h.p. V8 is tough-built for
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HEAVY-DUTY TASKMASTER VS Engi-
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JOBMASTER 6-Built for dollar-saving
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6 hauls hefty loads with ease.
TRADEMASTER -VS-This 160-h.p. V8 has
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THRIFTMASTER 6-Tops for cutting cost
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THRJFTMASTER '6SPECIAL--Ruggedly built
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"go" for stop-l'ad-go hauling.
CHEVROLET TUWMWF R TRU CKS. ..e
See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer
FLOYD CHEVROLET Co.
Port St. Joe, Florida ,
"- ;.- .
GiveYOURSELF an electric
FLORIDA P OWEI C1 U( R ACTION
Beck and Mrs.'-Myrtice Harrison.
Refreshments were enjoyed by ev-
eryone. Many useful gifts were re-
ceived from Mrs. Jean Steed, Mrs.
Ima Jean Smith, Mrs. Frances
Hardy, Mrs. Mattie Bray, Mrs. Bill
Goff, Mrs. Ida Bell Capps, Mrs. Liz
[Daniels, Mrs. Myrtice Harrison,
Mrs. Lillian Anderson, Mrs. Lavern
Youngblood, Mrs. T. C. Earnest,
Mrs. Sharon Wilson, Mrs. Dolly
Dobbs, Mrs. Cola Tullis, Mrs. Ge-
neva Loyd, Mrs. Lois Miller, Mrs.
P. T. McCormick, Mrs. Opal Floyd,
Mrs. Earnest Goff, Mrs. Bessie
Beck, Mrs. Vera Mae Hudson, Mrs.
Mary Weeks, Mrs. Grace Whitaker,
Mrs. Eileen Quattlebaum and Mrs.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank the doctors, nur-
ses of Municipal Hospital and my
many friends for their cards, flow-
ers and well wishes while I was
in the hospital here.
Week End Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williams and
sons, Timothy and Jack of Mar-
ianna visited his mother and fa-
ther, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Williams
this past week end.
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
NOTICE is hereby given to whom
it may concern that on September
9, 1958, we intend to apply to the
Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida, to adopt a
resolution closing, vacating and
abandoning a certain alleyway in
Wimico Subdivision, in Section 11,
T7S, R10W, Gulf County, Florida,
described as follows:
That certain alleyway lying be-
tween lots 2, 3, 4 and 5, Block 1,
Wimico Sbudivision according to
the official plat on file in the of-
fice of the Clerk of Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida.
This Notice published twice pur-
suant. to Chapter 22999, Laws of
/s/B. C. PRINCE
/s/ WALTER STAFFORD
12 Years of Inspired Leadeiship
Public Service, Di nity, !itdl y
This is the time to hold to our prov:-:,- cetab-
lished leadership to re-elecL a man who has
demonstrated that he represents the beliefs and
the ideals of the people of Florida and America-
Senator Spessard L. Holland.
A native Floridian, former teacher, World
War I veteran holding the Distinguished Service
Cross, prosecuting attorney, county judge, State
Senator, effective war-time Florida Governor, re-
spected, hard-working senior U. S. Senator for the
last 12 years, Senator Holland has:
Won vast flood control projects for Florida.
Helped create Everglades National Paik.
Promoted Pan-American Highway, road to
a stronger hemisphere.
Fought hard to protect States' Rights.
Increased Florida's agricultural wealth.
Obtained substantial federal aid for high-
ways, harbors, waterways, and bridges.
Re-elect Spessard L. Holland your U. S. Sena-
tor. His record is outstanding.
KEEP FLORIDA AHEAD WITH HOLLAND!
(Political Adv. paid for by W. P. Shellev, Jr., State Cam-
paign Director; Herbert E. Wolfe, State Campaign
FIVE FREE BICYCLES
Plenty of Free Parking Air Conditioned
SPECIALS FOR AUGUST 21, 22 and 23
We Reserve Limit Rights PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
To Be Given Away Sept. 6
Purchased From Firestone Home & Auto Supply
Look What A Dime Will Buy!
FRE E- FREE Ga., Fla., Ala., Grade "A" Dressed and Drawn 1 3-4 to 2 1-4 LB. AVG.
Ice Cream '
To Everyone FRI., and SAT. For
U. S. NO. 1 WHITE
SUPERFINE -- WITH $5.00
ORDER OR MORE
IGA Grated No. % Size
Real CORNED BEEF 12 Oz.
ICA Extra Rich PINT
ICA Iodized Round Box
ARMOUR'S STAR NO.
SUNNY ACRES RED PACK
MAYFIELD CREAM STYLE
NOTHING LESS THAN USDA HEAVY and CHOIC !
'Ground Fresh Daily
U. S. Good Boneless All Meat
Maxwell House Beg. or
U. S. Good BRISKET
Choice Full Cut ROUND
69c STEAK 79c
IGA Table-Rite Sliced
li BACON 69c
I Choice CHJCK LB.
Drip ROAST 49c
lb. ti, 79 Fancy CALF LB.
13sa Oz. Jar
IGA PORK and
Black Eye P EAS
10 JUG (With Food Order)
t setlaeS All Flavors HALF GAL
c1c ..cM. .K ....
CO Ice MILK 49c
Ga. Grade "A" In Cartons
Fresh Frozen Coastal
McKenzie's Fresh Frozen 10 oz.
4 Oz. Can
VETO $1.00 Size
RED BIRD 3V, OZ.
12 oz. 33c
6 for 59c
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'l. Both Unfurnished -- At St. Joe Beach
$50 PER MONTH
PHONE BAll 7-3171
I. W. DUREN
321 Reid Avenue
AUNT JEMIMA -- 24 Oz. Pkg.
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Port St. Joe, Fla.
No. 2 27c
the Second Marine Regiment at
Camp Lejeune, N. C.
Members of the regiment, a unit
of the Second Marine Division,
keep abreast of the latest advances
in military tactics and techniques
by taking part in drills, weapons
firing and classes on general mili-
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
Registration Day for the
JACK and JILL KINDERGARTEN
Will Be MONDAY, AUGUST 25 from 9:00 A.M.
Te-) IS FOR BARBECUE-TEEN-AGE DEUGI4IIAN
LV EASY-TO-MAYE AND DELI CIOUS HOT-DOG,
DiI'-11,00 MUSTARD, TEASPOON MILDLI&H
MOLASSES ITEASPOO14 PICKLE RELIOIH.uor
ANO IIEARIL? FOR HAMBURGERS,TO0l
GEE I HOPE. LEAPS f1l
- WEEK END SPECIALS -
6 HOT DOGS
At the Bus Station
The Bungalow Shop
At 1010 Palm Boulevard
DRESSES FOR THE JUNIORS, as Advertised in August Seventeen, Made-
moiselle, and Glamour $12.95 up
NEW ERA BLOUSES Advertised in Seventeen $2.79 up
FRAYNE SLIM JIM SETS, for all ages.
CONVERTIBLE TRAPEZE for the girls, Advertised in August Mademoi-
selle for $7.95
Visit THE BUNGALOW SHOP and see Many Other Nationally Advertised
POPULAR PRICES FOR THE POPULAR SETS
SOUTHERN ITr"'TY ^ VTES MAKE
HEAT PUM .. IVE
For years the electric power transferring it into your home. In
companies have been searching for the summertime it reverses itself
a machine to provide electric heat- to take the heat from your home
ing at a cost competitive to gas or and return it to the water. It is
oil. They now have it, and are claimed to be the most economical
making fast progress with it in the type Old problems of corrosion,
form of the modern heat pump. due to water conditions, have been
This machine provides air condi- eliminated with a special type of
tioning and heating. It does not metal which is corrosion proof.
burn fuel, operates automatically If water is not readily available
and electrically, and answers an- in your area. or you do not wish
other of their problems-namely, a to use a well. they offer an air-to-
balanced load by offsetting the air type. This unit works like your
high air conditioning requirements refrigerator, transferring heat in
of summer. or out of your house, depending on
The heat pump has definitely the season, and its installed cost
come of age and offers many im. has been reduced considerably in
provements which have lowered the past two years. The problem of
service, installation and operating limited space in today's compact
costs. homes has been solved with the in-
The installed cost of the heat production of a 2-piece unit. Part
.p has been reduced as much as of it is installed inside, the re-
25% in the last two years. mainder in your garage or outside
The rate of 2c per kilowatt hour your home.
nas always been considered prac- For special applications they
tical for economical heat pump op- also manufacture the air-to-water
eration, and today most southern type. which takes heat from the
utilities offer rates even consider- air or a ground coil and transfers
ably below this to heat pump users. it through the building by the use
In spite of inflationary trends of of water.
the past few years, here is a case Popular residential sizes range
where costs have actually been from 2 to 7 horsepower, and sizes
lowered, up to 50 H.P. are available for
When you start out to choose a commercial installations.
heat pump today, you have a selec- According to Harry W. Jobes.
tion of four different types avail- General Manager. of Typhoon Heal
able. And according to the experts, Pump Company, "We also have in-
there is an application to fit each stallations where the heat pump is
type. At least one company, a pio- heating a swimming pool."
neer since 1950-Typhoon Heat if it is impractical to install
Pump Company, Div. of the Hupp ductwork. they offer a water-to-
Corp., Tampa, Florida, specializes water type. This parallels your old
in heat pumps only and now offers fashioned hot water heating sys-
all four types. tem, using chilled water to cool
If you are in a. area where, and ground water as the source of
water is plentiful, they offer a' heat. In the place of the old-
water-to-air type which is connect- fashioned radiator a remote coil
ed to a ground well. This unit ex- Ifan in the wall or ceiling handles
tracts heat from the well water, Ithe heated or cooled air.
Ashley Costin Serving
With 2nd Marine Reg.
CAMP LEJEUNE, N. C.-Marine
1st It. Ashley M. Costin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr, f
706 Monument Ave, Port St. Joe,
and husband of the former Miss
Eylvia A. Parrish of Orlando, is
serving with the Third Battalion of
Mrs. Marjorie Nichols
Gets LPN Rating
Mrs. Marjorie Nichols. daughter
of H. A. Landers of Mexico Beach
has graduated in the seventh class
in Practical Nursing of Lively
Technical School on Tuesday, June
17, at 8:00 p.m. in Trinity Metho-
dist Church in Tallahassee. Fol-
lowing the graduation exercises, a
reception honoring the graduates
was held in the Practical Nursing
Department at the School.
'Mrs. Nichols spent one year in
this course, four months at Lively
Technical School, and eight months
at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
LOOK IN ALL DIRECTIONS
When you prepare to cross a
busy downtown street, do you
look hurriedly in both direc-
tions-right and left-and
then step confidently off the
curb? If so, you are gambling
with your life, warns the
American Automobile Asso-
A check with accident stat-
istics will show that it is not
enough to look both ways
before crossing. The wise
pedestrian looks in all direc-
tions to determine whether a
car is approaching from the
street behind him in prepara-
tion for a turn. Each year,
hundreds of pedestrians are
struck down in traffic simply
because they failed to check
on turning cars. Don't be one
of them. Look in all directions
before you step into the
From PLANNED PEDESTRIAN PRO-
GRAM, published by The AAA
Foundation for Traffic Safety
James' Gems. .
by JAMES STAFFORD
, Designed exclusively for you!
Your prescription is ordered to suit your
health needs that is why we cannot
counter-prescribe, or make any cbanges
in amount. The doctor orders better
health. We supply it!
EI P' RI'
St. Joe Hardware Co.
Port St. Joe, Florida
* .^." ,'^.* ,. ,
For nimmnediate Occupancy
In PORT ST. JOE
LITTLE AS V
Plus Closing Costs
You can ov
vn your own home. These beautiful new
oom homes may be financed for 20 or 25
you own your lots you may get a nice
t with no down payment.
We will help you arrange your
wItal Realty Co.
WILLIAM J. RISH, Registered Broker
MONUMENT AVE. PHONE BAil 7-4051
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1958
She has mlakn the State Board Ex-wment at the school.
amination in Jacksonville, given by
the Florida State Board of Nurs-
ing. When she passes this exam- e '
inalion, she will be a Licensed I /
After a short vacation, Mrs. Ni-
chols went to work at the Port St.
Joe Municipal Hospital.
The next class in Practical Nurs-
ing at Lively Technical School, in 0
Aallabassee, will begin in Otober
195S. Applications are now being A
considered for this class. Persons
interested in entering his class
may contact Mrs. Nichols or write VI U l
to the Practical Nursing Depart- .4- W,
Prescriptions compounded by
a GRADUATE Pharmacist
JOHN ROBERT SMITH
(jQ It FORl COOKING-AND REAL NEW ORLEANS
%L0MOLASUS HELPS ADO SPICY INTEREST TO
A (BE VARIETY OF EVERYDAY DISMESt-RY A
TANUfF0.ON OR SO IN EflwfV
TOMATOES OR OMOWN
Of CANNER CN4LI SA
CIIETilOt i fm ti F
VAMfuISNeY APP IN
August 29,9 to 12 am
OPENING SEPT. 1
MRS. CHARLES BROWNS
MRS. NORTON KILBOURN
MRS. WALTER JOHNSON
AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT
PRICES EFFECTIVE AUGUST 21, 22 and 23
month shop between i and 9, Chip- OR SALE: Cabin cruiser, 25' Last Rites Held C as pallbearers. H
ley or write to Rt. 2 ,raceville. 4tp Gray marine 62. Sleeps 2. Wil Last ntes Comforter Fneral Home o Pot
PRES RIPTIONSe swap for real estate, car or cash. Fsr.oJoe r Fus in charge of arrange-
PRESCRIPTIONS FOR RENT: Nice two bedroom ap- Call 7-7761. e- For Mrs. Stripling w i hare o aange-
Iartment. 617 Woodward Ave. Call FOR SALE: A large three bedroom ___ ments.
Z., C. E. Halley, Phone 3-2625, Talla- house with approximately 1400
hassee, Fla. 4tc-8-7 sq. ft. floor space for only $10,500. Last rites were held for Mrs. f Sh
TnODT AY % o Shown by appointment only. 3tc Annie Stripling, age 79, from the U. 5. Defense Shown
TODAY FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house cor- FRANK HANNON Oak Grove Assembly of God er
L. Durn.inth Phone 7-252. tc-8-14 Registered Real Estate Broker Church at 3:00 p.m. Tuesday. Rev. TO Kiwanis lub w
r^^V Phone 7-3491 211 ReId Ave. E. L. Gilliland, pastor, officiated. ex
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3, room Port St. Joe, Fla. Interment was in Holly Hill Cem- The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club er
apartment. Completely private
with screened front porch. Water FOR SALE: Metal lawn chairs. 2 etery, was given a glimpse of just what so
furnished. Phone 7-3023. tfc-8-14 straight, $3 50 ea. 2 rockers, $4.25 Mrs. Stripling passed away at would go on in our nation's aerial t,1
are among the biggest bargains FOR RENT: Cottage at Beacon ea. All four $12.00. S. L. Barke, her home in Oak Grove at 10:45 defense in case of an attack by an r
your money can buy. For example, fif- Hill. Mrs, P. G. Hart. Phone Ball Phone 7-8191. 4tc-7-30 p.m. Sunday following a lengthy aggressor nation, at their regular
teen dollars spent for an antibiotic 9-1104. 2tc-8-14 FOR SALE: Choice lots in Jones- illness. meeting Tuesday. ri
today will usually prevent a mastoid FOR RENT: Apartment for couple ville Subdivision. Just three miles Major Harold LeRoche and Capt. em
that a few years ago would have cost onlyat 216 9th St., furnished. Al- south of town off U. S. 98. Lots 50' She is survived by her husband, Show, both of Tyndall Air Force ta
several hundred dollars plus the ex- so, 3 bedroom home unfurnished at X 150' going for only 300 each. Very Thomas J. of Oak Grove; two sons, Base, presented to the club a pic- L
pense of weeks in the hospital. '217 9th St. See G. F. Daniell at 216 reasonable terms offered. See Roy Rss of Wewahitchka and Willie toriar example of the nation's aer-
s9th St. tfc-8-21 E. Cox at Smith Tire and Recap. G daughters, Mrs. o ntio ae
As today's production methods in- 9Co., Port St. Joe. 6tp-7-10 of Oak Grove; four daughters, Mrs. ial defense and retalliatory ability
prove-the prices of drugs decrease. FOR RENT: 1 bedroom cottage Ilene Gay, Oak Grove; Mrs. Rich- in a movie to the club. The Major
For you, this means constantly more with living room, dinette and BEACH LOTS FOR SALE: $25.00 ard Hanlon, Panama City; Mrs. R. explained portions of the movie to
eff tru, s ma orand owr bath. Furnished. B. L. Presne l. down. $10.00 per month. R. L.aa$
efficient drugs at low and lower Phone 9-1195. tfc-8-21 Fortner, Mexico Beach. tfc-7-17 B. Nations, Wewahitchka and Mrs., the club.
prices.FMildred Lanier, Wewahitchka; one The movie showed the early
prices, FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom hou- LOST: One red Wizard water ski. brother, Arthur Yarbrough; three warning radar network of radar
ses $45 per month each. Phone Lost in bay Saturday, July, 26. sister, Mrs. Spencer Brazweln.rMrs.
s __ ____lermotc7-3973.__ tfe-8-21 Call Milton Chafin. Ball 7-7606 for sisters, Mrs. Spencer Brazwell. Mr stations, picket 'ships and radar
I' 7-3973. reward. 2tp Rosa Trammell and Mrs. Betty planes and showed a simulated at-
R LAWNS MOWED. Call Jimmy Wil- Scott, all of Geneva, Ala.; 18 grand- tack upon the United States and
Buzzett's Drug Store FOR SALE der. Phone 9-1903. children and four great grandchil- how the Air Force would go about
s rug tore O SALE dren. preventing any such attack. The
PORT ST. JOE, FLA. BUILD-REPAIR-REMIVODEL Mrs. Striplings grandsons acted hardware displayed in the movie
36 Months To Pay
0*4 40 8 6 lo ok 0 -- See BARRIER BUILDERS was impressive, even though the
MEXICO BEACH. Beautiful beach WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116, Major stated that many of the me-
lots in a most desirable area. Up LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet thods have been replaced with a
CLASSIFIED ADS to four years 'to pay for lots. 5% hour. Cut your lawn and let me lag first and third Monday nights have been replaced with a
ASII AD financing on unpaid balance. worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf 100 p.m., American Legion Home better weapon.
BEACON HILL. Nice lots 3-4 blocks Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
off the beach. Total price $125.00 son, Phone 7-7501. SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0. In the simulated attack, early
FOR RENT handoff up. F.-Meets first and third warning was the key to the ulti-
5 ROOM HOUSE with bath and WANTED: Waitresses. Experience Fridays, 7:30 p.m. In Masonic mate destruction of the invading
large screened front porch on preferred. Apply in person to Hall. All members urged to attend;
FOR RENT: Furnished downstairs First Street. Just remodeled. $3, Honey's Cafe. tfc-7-31 visiting brethren Invited. enemy.
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave 700.00. $700.00 down and owner will UPHOSTERY WORK: Does your C.W. LONG, N. G. Guest of the club Tuesday was
Phone 7-5771. *tfe-7-30 finance balance. furniture lk old? Brin it to J. C. PRICE, Secty. Irving Brant of Atlanta, Ga.-
FOR RENT: Furnished garage ap- FURNISHED, 2 bedroom concrete Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second THERE WILL BE a regular com-
artment. 2 bedroom, living room, block house, redecorated, new and Reid for expert rebuilding. munication of Port St. Joe Lodge Lanes Announce Birth
dining room, kitchen and bath. roof. Excellent for investment pro- No. 111, F&AM every first and
Phone 9-1195. tfc-7-30 perty or home. Already financed. FOR FAST, EFFICrENT PLUMB- third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Lane of
$1,500.00 down and assume mort- ING SERVICE. Call Bill's Plumb- A
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom gage. ing. Phone 7-7846 or 7-8161. tfc Baton Rouge, La., announce the
attractively furnished apartments FURNISHED, large 2 bedroom m -- birth of a baby boy, born August
Cool in summer, warm in winter. sonry house between Beacon Hill F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say- ROBERT W. SMITH, W.M. 14. John Brent is the name. Mrs.
Gas heat, window fans. They have and Mexico Beach, all pine panell- ing money see us for anything ROY L. BUROH, Secty. Lane will be remembered as Marl-
to be seen to be appreciated. ALSO ed. Excellent condition, good loca- You need in your home. STOP and All Master Masons cordially invited
NICE TRAILER PARKING SPACE tion. SWAP SHOP. gene Smith. Johnny has two ball
Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133, Wimico FOR SALE BY LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE players now.
Lodge Apartments and Trailer COASTAL REALTY COMPANY BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME with Meetings at Moose Hall, 310___
Park, White City., tfc-7-17 116 Mon. Ave. Phone 7-4051 beautiful ceramic tile. Repair Fourth St.. meeting night every other
work our specialty. Can be finan3- Monday. LOCAL YOUTHS ATTEND
FOR RENT: See Mrs. Shirey for ed. J. B. HICKS, Tile and Marble HARMONY BAY CAMP
apartments and houses, furnished FLORIDA CONSTITUTION MONU- Co., Phone 7-7995. tfc-6-5 R. A. M.-Regular convocation of Sarah Richardson from the First
and unfurnished. Phone 7-8058. tfc MENT Souvenir plates. $3.00 ea. St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. 'Baptist Church and David Mussel-
ENT Mrs. Alf Millergren of Wewahitch- NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect that M., 2ndand 4th Mondays. All visit white from the Long Avenue Bap-
FOR RENT ka bought five-four for her chil- bright new upholstery with tailor ing brothers welcome. R. W. Smith, tist Church are attendin Harmony
BEAUTIFUL NEW 3,BEDROOM dren. "They can hand them down made seat covers. Many fabrics to High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary. tist Church are.attending Harmony
HOUSE. Unfurnished. $70.00 per to their grandchildren," said she. choose from. Butler's Trim Shop, Bay this week at the West Florida
.month. At St. Joe Beach. Get them at St. Joe Hardware or Corner Second and Reid. NOTICE OF REGISTRATION Baptist Assembly Grounds.
J. D. CLARK Fuller's Supply Co. 4t-8-14 SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call OF FICTITIO herebUSy given that the -ME--- *
BAll 7-7771 FOR SALE: House at Beacon Hill. Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for undersigned, desiring to engage in BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS
Only two years old. Call 9-1187 quick expert service. tfc-5-2 business under the fictitious name Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kearns an-
FOR RENT: Furnished cottages for information. 2tp of Ingram Memorial Company-, 116
and apartments. See Otto Ander- *ADE US that useless article for Monument Avenue in the City of ounce the birth of a daughter,
son. tfc-3-27 FOR SALE: Panacraft boat with Aomething usetal. STOP and Port St. Joe, Florida, intends to Debra Paulette on August 8.
130 hp. Johnson with electric iWAP. register the said name with the Mr. and Mrs. Hubert R. Kyser
FOR RENT: House, corner of Long starter. Boat has windshield and Clerk of the Circuit Court of Gulf announce the 'birth of a daughter,
and First St. Frank and Dot's steering wheel. EZ trailer for rig. Keys Made While You Walt County, Florida. announce ,
Agency. 6tp-7-10 All in good condition. Cheap. Sea 35c EACH BOB K. INGRAM Patricia Lea on August 13.
FOR SALE or RENT: House and Doyle Retherford, 528 6th St. tfc BICYCLE PARTS All births occurred at the Port
two lots located 2 blocks from FOR SALE: Three bedroom house WESTERN AUTO FOR SALE St.Joe Municipal Hospital.
Highland View school house. $4450. with separate dining room and HUNTING & FSHING LICENSES 1 House and 1 vacant lot at
$450 down, bal. $35.00 per month, den with fireplace. 1428 sq. ft. liv- HUNTING& FISHING LICENSE Mexico Beach. MRS. NICHOLS HOSTESS
or rent for $25.00 per month. Call ing area. Large lot with fenced in BOATS and TRAILERS McClellan Ave., TO CIRCLE MEETING
H. L. Patterson at Coggin & Deer- back yard. Only 13,000.00. Reel Parts and Repairs 2 bedroom. Circle One of the Long Avenue
um 3 BEDROOMAvenHOUSE on Mon- e.Baptist Church met Tuesday, Aug-
SEVEAAL NICE HOMES for ust 19 at the home of Mrs. L. B.
sale in different parts of Port Nichols at 310 16th Street with six
St. Joe. We help you arrange members present. Mrs. H. L. Ford,
ed in owning your ewn he. program chairman, presented the
please contact us. program, "Some Barred 'Doors".
After the program a short busi-
E. TOM PRIDGEON ness meeting was 'held after which
Reg. Real Estate Broker delicious refreshments were ser-
Phone 7-7741 ved.
SThe Rebels Quar ,,et
STARTS AT 8:00 P.M.
*.... HIGH SCHOOL
Admission .. $1
All Proceeds Go To Carry On Lion's Club Work of Charity Noi..
PORT ST. JOE LION'S CLUB &*. ..
~' I SAWIN" co
tate Shells Out $18,000.00 For
'j !ecla ds Oil Concessions Fight
TALLAHASSEE-Attorney Gen- and Texas are contesting the gov-
*al Richard Ervin reported this ernment's lawsuit.
eek that Florida's share of the Ervin said $10,000 of Florida's
;pense in fighting a federal gov- cost would be to pay the firm of
inment suit designed to hold state Graves, Doughtery and Gee for in-
overeignty over coastal tidelands ternational law research, prepara-
three miles from shore would tion, drafting and printing of a
in about $18,000. brief to be filed with the courts.
The government is contesting the The remaining $8,000 will pay for
ght of the states to claim sov- special consulting services, he said.
.eignty over tidelands 'to a.dis- Ervin said Texas is spending
lnce of 10.35 miles at sea. Florida, about $50,000 and Louisiana about
ouisiana, Alabama, Mississippi $40,000 in contesting the action.
HOME REPAIR HINTS
Cyprus. A Center of Gravity in Middle East Crisis
AMERICAN MARINES are on the beaches of the Biblical lands.
Consequently, the island of Cyprus where Paul and Barnabas
embarked on their journey to spread Christianity to the West is
now a kingpin in the defense of the democratic world against
There are two communities on Cyprus-Turks and Greeks-
and Greek demands for the annexation of the Island have thrown
them into strife, jeopardizing the position of the West.
The conflicting claims are as follows: the Greeks assert that
since they are in the majority, the Island should be joined to
Greece. The Turks state that the Island was Turkish for 350 years
and has never been Greek. Moreover, it is 600 miles from Greece
but only 40 from Turkey, and is an extension of the Turkish coast-
line guardirfg Turkey's life-line with the West. In addition, Turks
own 40% of the land, and are equally entitled to self-determi-
At this critical juncture in the Middle East, it would appear
that the best solution of these divergent claims is the partitioning
of the Island between Greeks and Turks, since self-determination
on which opposing claims are essentially based would be met in
ull for both parties.
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