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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
by WESVLEY R. RAMSEY
We didn't realize it before but
these fishing enthusiasts have a
pretty penny tied up in equip-
ment. About $200 for an out-
board motor, another $75.00 in
a boat. much more in many cas-
es, anywhere from $10.00 to
$00.00 f in fishing equinment.
S PORT ST. JOE
Community With a
Modern, Progressive 4
= . J i | k r
-P ,'*s--HE -* STAR
SO o oPublished in Port St. Joe
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"Port j. J rc f Otot Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
VOLUME XVII Single Copy 8c $3.00 Per Year PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1954 NUMBER 30
All in all, we figure the average Film On Cancer
fish costs about $5.00 each. It rn n "e
must be a lot of funl thoui,11. If
we ever get the chance we are Will Be Showni a 'e fo. c
going to find out.
Did o n 00 \JUi .d 2
"Cholly" Monday? It sounds like t. 4 .
he and Leroy Collinis have the On nex s wednesday night, Ari
same guy writing their sieech.es. .. 7. at eih .m., two educational
_We will say both haie eood can er fi ms awill be heowo al t e
ideas. Did x on evxer mjust sntan a"'" Eiementary School auotii1orium, all, J
by the wayside and tak-e into all women are inv ted and urged heer lade is t cohmp Msing
consideration the cost of those .. to attend.
gi' ven Set At Higm $ e d 30-year Contrat
rigs tlhey travel with, consider thoseattendig tootni wie gieow n an A hSchoo 3Contract
the cost of operation and main- oa d ir teri e go l on
tenance and operation and fig- q ues tion they desire for the que- re e o
ure in the salaries the half dozen in and answer forum that will hed in the city of Prt St. Je
assistants traveling along with follow the showing of te films..and hold its first Career DayTuesday april 6, for the pur-
the candidate. That more than all questions will be taken up in a gram Friday, April2. The program next Tuesday atil 6n or refu the p
anything else, discourages us hat at one time so that persons re- iis underthe direction of iss C snght of -the City Commission of
fr runn fo G o n quest ing information wir l not be therine Nix and the student coun- right o the City Commission o
from running for Governor. uesidting information will not be Martha Costin is the student Port St. Joe to renew a working
co. "Chol" put on the dg e mn o ctie of the s chairman contract between the City and the
Go. oll" put on t dog The main objective of the show- St. Joseph Telephone and Tele-
though. He had a "live" quar- ing of these films and the foru to A survey was conducted amonggraph Company.
tette and an accompanist, all follow is the saving of human life the high school students, and they The teephone company .
traveling along with his sound and the relief of suffering, and for selected the following topics fr. The telephone company has been
wagons drumming up an an- your own protection you will want discussion. The leaders of the dis- serving this community since its
dience sort of like the old time to avail yourself of this opportunity. cussiont are listed beside the top- founding in 1924 when it began ser
medicine man. Of the course the A local doctor and trained nurse ics: Airlines, Mr. Martin, National vice wit some 20 ts
Governor's attractions would. will be present, together with Mrs. Airlines, Panama City; Armed For operation. Today according to sup-
put the medicine mans ituggler m -BC Mar jo ie ate, Fed epese- cs, M/iSgt. Blalock, Panama City; iendent Je L. Sharit, the com-
in the shade for' an attention tire of the American Cancer So- Art, Ivan Johnson, F.S.1; E duca- pany now hasabout 600 telephones
getter. ciety, Florida Division, who Willbe tion, Dr. Mode Stone, FS.U; En wtinte mmnity
getter. Td Gl ifo au n te M o ng spenine lever d Pas t en withn the community. J. Oetn
he Governor seemed to bein charge of the entire program gineering, Joe Paffe, St. Joe Paper harit appeared before the City
hei Governor seemed to be This meeting is for women only. Company; Beautician, Mrs. Car- Council on the meeting night that
having throat trouble here and lene Gaskin, Port St. Joe; Mddi- the matter was first considered
couldn'tget around to the Mi n- A Goy J s cine, Dr. Wayne Hendrix, Port-St. and told the Commission that it
S Fun dation pog ut J Sh rit ame toAing odoven apoxChaey on Sheriff5 B. arker P.-T. A. Has State Joe Music, Owen Sellers, F..U.; was the company's plans to install
we understand he did intend to! ..ne told eyr a oly an Nursing, Mrs. Viola Walters, Port a modern dial system within"12 to
defend his stand in regard t, hair here Monday, "I am the only man k ee S St. Joe; Physical Education, Wil 14 months after the franchise w
in the race for governor who is St. Joe; Physical Education, Wil- 14 months after the. franchise wvas
the minimum foundation. As we ir in the ace fo overno who s Asks arentsKeepnsoreoom Tait, F.S.U.; Secretarial granted.
understand it from Johns sup-s e l the seeking only the tw o-year, un- o o o t. Je aer Te ne francie ill run or
porters, he was against the mini- Cancer Fund Drive piredintendrm I believe the constu- notChildren Off Streets or Instruction Co. a period of 30 years.
mum foundation because it lcn- o s ed he tha a oivero n--- The program will run from 8:30 All -freeholders in the city who
tainted a clause that school sup- succeed himself. And I believe the
erintendents be all appointed ou- L. Sharit has again been ap- constitution is right-because n Sheriff Byrd Parkerthis week Tuesday. March 30, the Port St. a.m. to 11:35a.m. The student coun- are. registered are eligible to vote
wichn he was agaifist Again, ac- pointed chairman of the AmericaL man should be allowed to set up a expressed alarm at the number of Toe Parent-Teacher Association cil is planning to make "Career in the referendum whidh will be
cording to Johns speech Mon- Cancer Society's 1954 fund-raisiig political machine." children, being allowed to run as hostess at the first state- Day"'an annual undertaking. They held between the hours of 8:00 a.m.
day ad his supporters, Johns campaign for Guf County wch Hesaid e was greatly encourag-loose and play in e streets in out- sponsored school of instruction to :eel that it can' and will be very and 7:00 p.m. Tuesday in the fire
a gooaad Old mHe said he ,as, greatly enpcoura loose and play in the streets in out-
is definitely in favor of the re-wll begin on May 3. The crusade 'ed by "the big crowds I've bee lying districts throughout the coun- in a number beneficial in helping students plan station at the city hall.
mainder of the minimum oun- ith an educational campaign to receiving all through Florida and ty. Parker stated that on back f years. The school, a bi-county their school curriculum. --
datin. il combine an appeal for funds I believe yu agree with me hat streets especially in the areas o rject,including GulfandFranketurns ToMaone
inform the public of the ate!;t facts it simply is not good busi ess to Highland View and Oak Grove, lit- counties, was held at the Motel Leaves For Alab Mr Fau Herring of Malone
Seems le Braile Odham'sl ut:.ancer. have three administrations in any tie children are inningg unatend- Joe, beginning at 10 a.m.S s Leaves Forte Elba a ree to h erro Mo al
Seems like Br.il,-.. [ham's.la'- -.ut cancer.in arytye child trentar-.-nn iti u an-"a".
camigpaig iallager, Jitne EthrrI ifoe l r i1 or irouriyear ,period. Evety time the ed through the r iti con- represented in addition. to th lo- h lft for her home Monday after t spending several day-hs here asf
idge has the badbreaks every 000,000, an increase of $2000,0 administration changes you have a stant dangerschool were Wewahitcha,p- spendingseveral days as the guest the guest of her son, W. J. Herring
time A w g as he gets in as ca Inovrea' as ivii n d"''- ofte a iess hy' tanceate rofts e
te e gets in a campaign. In over last year's quota which was period of stagnationwhen prog- Parker cited one instance of the cholrraee of MssKat Davis and Rev and and family and her daughter and
the first campaign, his wife was oversubscribed by mor-than a n r i hate n hnres o stte danger of this practice as th fate heo and ca ene d Fred D i on 1th Stret famil, M. and W
killed in an auto accident and lion dolas.Th Gulf Coun wokes aretossed out in the shuf- of a moth-old cildiii Oak The morning session was opened Mrs Fred Das on 16th Street. mily, Mr. and Mrs Ni s.
now during this campaign, his for this year has been set at $1500 fle. Grove some mointlhsbaec whieh by Mrs. W. D. Jones, the local pre's -
father dropped dead of a heart according to Mr. Sharit. Johns said a progressive program was run over while playing in the d presReren Hay R Va Davs Speak r At
attack last Friday. As we have "In accepting this appointimep., has been started "for all Florida streets and killed. Douglas, who gave a ery fivtt ig
stated once before we formerly the chairman saida "I am deeply and it would be stopped should Parker stated that another child doia onl is f St James Church Le te
ot ted neoe ifi's bo te aly tthe. chairman said, "I am deeplydanot hn e t nal s odevotional.nA d additional greetings ft James Church Lenten Services
worked for Jim's brother and aware of the there be another change. as nearly ran over a couple of r gven by Sertenent
are of the important responrsi- were given by Superintendent Tom
his father, who was a justice of ability it entails. Cancer now ranks He said he became acting govrf seeks ago. in Oak Grone by' the
the peace and a retired busi- second among America's killers nor "by, an act of God, and with, the Port St. Joe fire truck which wastrodced he guest speaker: rs. The R. Van B. Davis, associate
ness-man had, an office in the the annual death toll from the di- the duties to the best of my abili- going to a fire in Oak Grove andC oho o un, present w be the st est eae in
newspaper office. All we can sease is. on the increase. help of God I am going to perform but for the vigilance of the truck of the Florida Congress of Parents Rector of Christ Church, Pensac ola,
say about him was tt he was ncreaed can for a step ty and give the people an honest, divr and good brakes on the and Teachers; Mrs. A. G. Wag the current Lenten Preaching is-
a o ha t Increased cancer calls for a step courageous and progressive o ro- truck the child might have bee and Teachers; Mrs. A. G. agaDr thecurrent Lente Preaching ais-
a good old man. s up in the tempo of the nationwide gra m." killed The Truthseekers Class of the sion at St. James' Episcopal Chur .ch
lc.rusdu e, spearheaded bt the e A gram." killed. field service; Mrs. Frew Richards next Wednesday, April 7 at 8:00
Wallace Finlay up in Blounts- er icane, sp headed by te A Johns outlined hjs "largest road Parker stated that "an intensiveeil t se pm
tow- last week was elistingne increased number of curis possible building program in the nitrs District I1; and Mlrs. Lyon B. Cros- The Res. Mr. Davis is a native
an lst ine wh st F e lo i nlber occurs the state" and said. "My Actiontsome time for drivers to watch ; and rs- The Rev. Mr. Davis is a native
Wilder, grade 11, Fon r Braeedo 7,let more contracts in three and oe in r residential areas but all the the public schools bpmthat city. He
papers in Northwest Flori da and with present treatment methods un- Road Board by tomorrow will ba for children and drive carefully by of Greensboro, new president oi of Fernandina and a graduate of
giving their choice for Governor. til such time as the reaserch goal let more contracts in three and one in residential areas but all the District II, who conducted the the public schools of'that city. He
Hed u o fr Bai dof cures or preventatives of canceu- te itn ftoi scano 'ho of tthet c. Hdeid fo tor p en o e .e school.
ham. All we got to say is s b representatives of cance half months than the Do Nothin safe driving practices in exi.tte pic so discussedd during the day received both his Bachelor- of Arts
so". We along with millions of "I feel sure that everyone in this Road Board I had to fire i in a cannot protect children who lay included "Services of State Office and Bachelor of Divinity- degrees
yincludedB"ServicesrofwStatesOfficeialsd iaclteeoistofeDivinitn degi'ee
other voters in T Florida just have community wi re ant to have as year. By tomorrow he said his in t he streets and Reporting by Local Units" and from the University of the South,
not decided otr ho we're for. We co inity il nrit to have h board would have let ove:' $253.000, Sheriff Parker asks the coone'a- "Memership and Room Represe Sewanee, Teni., where le was at
aret going wto listen and the ihar this vital enobecilise v iof bi 000, as compared to $23,110.000 by tion of the parents to keep theil natives" by Mrs. Wagner; "Moral outstanding campus leader. A mi.en t
are ust ging to listen and the as the ulitmate objcteer'0 o1 Ii the board lie ousted. children out o' the streets before and Spiritual Values" and "Study ber of two national honorary leaaer-
es fo that makes the best promis-cn h e daily livesee of ca lre fron Johns said, "The people ae sup- one of them is injured seriously or1 Groups" by Mrs. Johnson; "Pub- ship societies, Omir on Delta Nap-
es fori the state, and can back the daily lives of ented by Joh a- porting my -program because th, s killed and to afford some noacnon hi socole Ie, en e Delae a
his'promise / up withpi'oof that -tiths of thmertians. knoow they 1aave a governor, they mind to drivers. at on ete to aii f s t pond. ''
his 'promises up with proof that tins of Alericans. porting my program because ty killed ad to affod some locations" by Mrs. Richards; "Priv pa and Blue Key, he served s
they will be carried out will get "Many can' take diret part in know they have a governor they mind to drivers. ileges and Responsibilities of Hold president of the student body.
our vote, even if it's "Uncle Bill" the campaign y re dir g wpar, can talk to when' they come to Tal- 4 "Projects and Finances" by rs. head' proctor. senior warden of the
Traweek, and he hadn't even vlcampaigntbs are sca ld o' t he lahassee. I go in and out the front
Traweek, and he hasn't even volunteers are called for to help door and if a person watsto-see operation Trash Can ing Office" by Mrs. Crosby; alrl student vestry and president of the Rev Van B Davis
said he was running.- in the fund raising drive. All e e an. person wants to se Ralph Swatts, state hisotrian. The S.A.E. fraternity. He is a veteran land
Participate by contribute ing even ofime, he can. When dco e i hnds City e lyees are ithe act of program was concluded by a lively 'of World War II and dhree year s of 1950: Highly regarded as one
Mrs. Joe Sharit and Mrs. Massey ore generously th ever b with every man, woman and child sprucing up the trash cans that sit group discussion stiuated by the naval svice in the Pacific. O the iscoablest youch, the achRev. Van
Ward spent Tuesday in Tallahas- so that we can succeed in meeting in the office." on the downtown streets, The cans contents of the "Question Box" damned i 1952 e as served as the the Episcopal Church, the Rev. Van
see. ourlocalquota". He said, i continue to leadIhave become badly rusted and n- submitted earlier in the day. Associate Rector of Christ Church Davis is most fitted to be the final
Local quote said, ill continue to lead sightly.At noon an excellent luncheon since that time and has recently preacher in this Lenten Mission.
the fight to reserve Florida i And so, inaccordance ith the as served in the banquet room to been instrumental in establishing: The men of St. James' extend to
Joy Williamson, Frances Causey T ke i wod help us to pay nmoe tac practice of spring clean-u.p and the paticipantsand at this tine a mission church St. Monica's ir all people of this community a
o r I salaries, build more schools, gilj paint-up, the city is having then a program of music was rendered Cantonmenlt. M'r. Davis s no strati-d iost cordial invitation to come
First Places In Oratorical Contest more to the welfare progan an cleaned, patched, straightened and by VirginiaSwatts, pianist and Ed gerinPort St. Joe having supplied worship with them at this service
provide more money for roada repainted with sier paint. Continued on page 6) St. James. Church in the sumer ednesday. April 7 at 8:00 p.m.
Florida's economy." He sail 1iw is
An oratorical contest was held 'School"; Frances Causey, grade 8' not in favor of the Everglades ParkE
Monday night at the Port St. Joe "Do We Stand for Good Sportsmaa- being expanded, "but I certainly
High School auditorium with the ship"; Beverly Baldwin, grade S, favor a West Coast entrance." a 1 E.
students-from both the Port St Joe "Time For :: Courtesy"; Thelma Johns said, promise you itest
High School and Junio: High Todd, grade 8, "Blessings We For-verything in-me that I will con- In line within plans for the im- of town beginning at 4:00 p.m. on Band and the principal of the high 'public that he "Quee conlest
School participating. get"; Gary Hall, grade 8. "OmA tinue to carry on the progressive provement and expansion of the Thursday afternoon of April 30, school. The cereluonly will cullin-l and the minstrel show are separ
Speakers for the contest and Most Precious Possession"; Carol and clean administration that you high school 'bland. is the coming The parade line-up will include ate 'in the crowning of the queen 'ate events. Each orglanizainion will
their subjects were for the Senior Thompson, grade 8, "Portrait o' want." "Queen" contest which will be the high school band, the "Queen" ', by the school principal. The coro- i conduct their respective events in-
High: Helen Durant, grad 12b "Our an American"; Wanda Kenningtoni He told of having sponsored the sponsored by the band member- four "Maid:a-ofH-Ionor", decorated nation ceremony will not exceed dependently. Tle high school band
Constitution Ordained by Free Men grade 8, "Liberty Carries Respon- amendment to give the'teachers a ship. The beginning date of the automobiles. local organizations twenty minutes in duration. and the Kiwanis Club are collabor-
and Sustained by Free Men"; Patsy sibilities"; Wanda Bacewell, grade "$4 pay raise. 'but the owers contest will be on Thursday, April who wish to participate and Kiwan- Th minstrel show will be pire- eating only during the street parade
Wilder, grade 11, "Four Free'lom's"; 7, "Advantages of a Recreati, I. .
ilder, gradell, "Fou Freeom; 7 "Aantages of a Recetio that be at that time didn't want 1, and will expire at 3:30 p.m. on is minsstrel show characters. (All needed by a short preliminary band and the evening minstrel show.
Bob Smith,' grade 11, "Socialized Center" and Eleanor Faircloth them to have that much. So they Thursday,' April 29. organizations desiring te partici- concert by the high school band, Much progress has been made by
Medicine Farietta Chafin. glade grade 8, "rdantages of a Recea- cut it to $350 and halC of the each- Candidates for the honor of be- pate in the s.treet. parade are re- beginning about twenty minutes be- tIe iigh scol bald during the
g TheFi Fe-r High gri-p w- F es J ersaren't even getting that much." quested to contact tMr. Deamn prior fore curtain time., past six months. The aim is to at-
Wilder, grade 10, 'The Four Free- iorHigh group were Frances Cau- He pledged to ork with the 196 coming the Port St Joe Higto April 15. The objectives in conducting the tain a degree of efficiency where
doms" and Joy Williamson, grade sey, first prize; Caro Thompson Lei School Queen, may be sponsored The iwanis authorities he "Queen" contest ae as folos: To te Pot St. Joe Hig Sool Band
10, "The Four Freedoms"'. Winners second prize and Eleanorl Faircloth. the teachers and to "get the red i by each school club. activity, organ- help the Kiwanis Minstrel show will be recognized as one of the
of this group were Joy Williamson, third prize. tape -cut from the welfare pro- ization, om honmeloom. However. ttn-i niaste tn t ubli attedane go b. iba ilds o r te st M i
first prize; Patsy Wilder, second Prizes for winners in both gi-oups gram." y one candidate may be enteredthe
prize and Marietta Chafin, third were .presented by John Robert from each of these groups. Votes for a orimal coronation ceremony high school band may be valuable 'and ilmluch new equipment has been
prize. Smith of the Port St. Joe Merchants Visitor To Pensacola i will b priced at one cent each. to honor the winner of the "Queen" in raising funds to pay for needed added. The band is still some dis
Junior high contestants and their Association. John Robert Smith Mrs. Basil E. Kenney, Jr., was a It Is planned to culminate the contest. Participants in the cere- *'n civic events, and to earn our way tance from its goal and it is hoped
subjects were Jerry Buchart, grade was the originator of the contest. business caller in Pensacola Mon- "Queen" contest with a street par- mony will include the "Queen", instrumental equipment. that the public will continue to
8, "Duty To Church, Friend,, and (Continued on page 5) day. ade through the business section and her retinue, the High School It should be understood by the help the band make progress.
FlAdI VU.T A O G C Y RH Y RUL 1,18
IVEY WILLIAMS FETED iprise birthday party Sunday, March Judy Fensom Honors
.Mrs. Ivey Williams and children 21 at their home at Kenny's Mill. Susan Murphy With Party
honored Mr. Williams with a sur-I He was 72 years old. I V Miss Judy Fensom -entertained
Soil%________ with a party, Saturday night in
erSOnals Clubs .Chrches Miss Susan Murphy of Elba. Ala..
STOP AT / rs. Ocye Mun, r I who has been the house guest of
ShMrs. Ocye Munn, Editor Pn 166
M 5Miss Cathy Davis. Miss ensomn
.^^.... ""- "" was assisted by her mother. Mrs.
!P % / CHURCH ACTIVITIES Paul Fensom.
mE S i \\n v Arrangements of spring flowers
FOR SPRING and
LADIES DRESSES _---- $6.98
New Styles and Fabrics
Children's Pastel NYLONS _-- $1.98 $5.95
HANDBAGS, COSTUME JEWELRY
,' SKIRTS and BLOUSES
""; Ne styles and colors-ali sizes
\,,, $1.98 to $5.98
Pretty Undies for Sumrner
Dress Up EASTER SHOES __ $15.95
For The Whole Family From Baby 7 ; Dad
Men's STRAW HATS $1.98 :o $5.95
Men's Spring Slacks
$5.50 to $11.95
Boy's Slacks, $3.49 $4.39
Men's and Boys' -- Beautiful Patterns.
SPRING SHIRTS _- $1.98 to $3.95
DRESS SHIRTS __-----_ $2.95
THEATRE OPENS DAILY 3:00 P.M. SATURDAY :00 P. M.
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-FEATURE No. 2 --
JOHN LUND and
CHAPTER 7 of SERIAL
E Keefe Brasselle Marilyn Erskine
"Drag Along Droopy"
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
"Let's Ask Nostradamus"
"LITTLE BOO PEEP"
"Maw and Paw" Plywood
The Woman's Misionary Union.
of the First Baptist Church met
Monday afternoon at the church
with 18 present for the young peo-
ple's leaders' program. The meet-
and Sunbeam band members pre-
ing opened by Sunbeam counselors
senting the program. Counselors
for the Sunbeams are Mrs. L. W.
Cox and Mrs. Lonnie Bell. Twenty
members took part. They sang,
scriptural verses were read after
which they closed the program
With "Into My Heart" being sung
as a prayer.
During -the short business ses-
sion, reports from each young peo-
ple leader on the Young Peop.ie's
work was given. Miss Marietta
Chafin gave an interesting report:
on the YWA conference that she
and Barbara Jo Bond attended at
Stetson University. They were
guests of the girls at Chaudoin Hall
and' were chosen to represent the
young 'people of the First Baptist
Following Miss Chafin s talk,
Mrs. C.-A. McClellan dismissed the
meeting with prayer. Next Mon-
d'ay the WMU will meet at tnc
church for their regular business
meeting of the month.
The Chaney Junior Girl's Auxil
ary met Monday afternoon at the
church -in Highland View for their
election of officers.
Fay McCormick, president, open-
ed the meeting by r ading the 87th
The \Woman s Society of Christ-
ian Service of the Bay View Church
met at the church on Wednesday
afternoon. March 24 with the pres-
ident, Mrs. J. T. MoNeill, presid-
Several songs were sung with
Mrs. Fred Davis at the piano..
Mrs. W. H. Weeks reported on
"The Church on the Move" and
"New Frontiers of Faith and Ac-
tion." Mrs. Fred Davis led the
prayer which followed.
Mrs. A. B. Pratt gave the lesson
on "Christ Calls to Mission andt
Unity" which concluded the study
of "That the World May Know" by
Charles W. Ranson, a very challeng-
ing book on mission and unity.
The nomination and election of
officers for the coming year was
completed with the following offi-
cers elected: Mrs. W. H. Weeks,
president; Mrs. J. T. McNeill, vice
president; Mrs. W. C. Forehand,
recording secretary; Mrs. A. B.
Pratt, treasurer; Mrs. W. H. Weeks.
secretary of promotion; Mrs. A. B.
Pratt, secretary of missionary edu-
cation; Mrs. Lillie House, secre-'
tary of Christian social relations
and local church activities; Mrs. W.
C. Forehand, secretary of student
work; Mrs. W. C. Forehand, sec.
of youth work; Mrs. W. C., Fore-
hand. secretary of children's work;
Mrs. J. T. McNeill, secretary of
spiritual life; Mrs. W. W. Garrett,
secretary of literature and publi-
cations; Mrs. A. B. Pratt, supply
wr%-' Mrs \I V W a. -apir ser--
were used in the living room. Miss
Murphy was presented a gift by
the hostess. Several games ending
with a "scavenger hunt" was en-
joyed by the guests. Winning the
prize for the "hunt" was Miss Fen-
som and Edward Smith.
Refreshments of punch, cake.
candy and nuts was served by the
HIGHLAND VIEW SUNBEAMS
MEET WITH MRS. Du BOSE
The Baby Sunbeam Band of the
Highland View Baptist Churcn held
their meeting Monday afternoon i at
the home of Mrs. E. R. DuDose.
The leader, Mris. Hugh Parker, wa's
unable to attend.
The group enjoyed sing-n, Bible
stories and a coloriFh period. At
the close of the mee-i 1,. a social
hour was held with Sa-'ah Cather-
ine Cumbie assisting in srvin,.
Seven attended the meeting-
CLUB 22 WILL MEET WITH
MRS. BUCK GRIFFIN TUES.
Club 22 meets Tuesday. April C
in the home of M rs. Buck Griffir at
-All Rebelah memiber-- are urged
Those attending the party were
Edward Smith, Glenna Boyles. Bill
Chism, Elizabeth Ann Bron, Mi- Y Are C
chael Munn, Kathy Davis. Jackie
Mitchell, Judy Fensom and the
honor guest, Miss Murphee.
P r. Long ai
Mrs. Robert King Hostess
To Tuesday Bridge Club,
Mrs. Robert King was hostess to SUNDAY
her Bridge Club Tuesday afternoon MORNINC
in her home on Palm Blvd. An at- BAPTIST Ti
tractive floral arrangement center- EVENING
ed the dining room table. PRAYER S
Mrs. Earl Atchison, Mrs. Charles
Wall and Mrs. Gannon Buzzett were Meeting I
prize winners for the afternoon.
Others -playing were Mrs. Frank
Hannon, Mrs. Victor Anderson, Mrs. VI SITO
Bob Bringman, Mrs. B. B. Scisson.
Mrs. Roy Gaskin, .Mrs. Gus Creech.
Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs. W illiam : 'il;lllliilil1d il! 1 l
Whaley and Mrs. Byron Eells, Jr.
HOSTS AT DINNER PARTY
SUNDAY AT WARD COTTAGE
Mr. and Mrs. Massey Ward and
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Munn were hosts
Sunday to members of their family,
at the Ward Beach Cottage. Those
Psalm. lr. tluth Burch, lea "' tary of stats of w e. attending the dinner were Mr. and
h-l1 the group ,in prayer, followed Mrs. Willard Munn and son, Donald
with the allegiance. atc ord d Mrs. A. B. Pratt led the closing j and daughter Terry; Irs. B. H.
G. A. hyiil. prayer. r Munn. Sr., and Miss Daisy Lee all
At the business .session, officers i of DeFuniak Springs; Mrs. Walter
e ele ed f te ne er The monthly meeting of the Mar- T. More, Jr., and sons, Robbie and
were elected for the next. quarter ooie i., an Oie
as follows: president. Hele Ri ionl Cowherd Circle met with s. Ed., rs. Charles Gordon and son
s f p nRot Crews on Pahn Boulevard.. p
yards vicepresident. Katis Walker: oy Cres on Pa olevar Charles Cecil, all of Tallahassee;
membership chairman, and assis- Ml"-s. ames Wilsoi, .program i Mll r. aind Mrs. Massey Ward, Miss
tant, Glenda Burke and Jo Ann 'chairman, gave the devotional from Pat Ward, Miss Ann Ward, Mr.
Coker; secretary, Fay McCormick; Daniel 2:31-36. The program "Lift- and Mrs. Bert Munn, Jy., Bert,
treasurer, Linda Keels; steward- ing Americas Morals" was given Bob, Michael and Connie Munn
ship chairman, Sara Catherine Cum-.by Mrs. Wilson. M-rs. Ralph Plair. and Brenda Ward.
bie; program committee. Mrs. E. Mrs. W. J. Herring, M.rs. Robert -
R. DuBose, Mrs. Ruth Burch and Ellergy. Following the program a The Virginia Haygood Junior
Jeannie Coker: community mis- business meeting was held with ;-, Girl's Auxiliary of the First Bap-
sions chairman. Gail Roberts; mnis- ports from the various cnairmcn tist Church met at the church Mon-
sion study chairman. tWinliie Ruth The "Week of Prayer" prin', is day afternoon for their -teward-
Clark; chorister.' Marilvn Keels: to be held at the First 11,atipst ship program V h l i iil.& Grace
social chairman. Imogene Scully: Churclh March 23 at '. 2,( p.m. Johns in charge of the program.
librarian, Gail Roberts: coupon The meeting was closed with Topic of the program was, "We Are
chairman, Laney Branch; and por- prayer by the sponsor, Mrs. A. V. His People". Following the pro-
ter committee, Marilyn Keels and Bateman. grand, officers for the coming year
Fay McCormick. Mrs. Crews served refreshments were elected. Ann Williams was
to the following: Mesd s A elected as president with Connie
,,to the following: Mesd'imoe A. V.
SBateman. Harry Do en il Chason, vice-president; Sarah Liii-
Bateman. Harry Dowlien. Billi
SRich. Tom Parker, It. l rt 11 da Richardson, secretary: Hilda
S-- clergy, W. J. Herring Jaieos Wi. i-ou, Grace Johns, treasurer and Rose-
S Albert Blackburn, James Stafford, n mary Tomlinson was elected as
;I }I W. R. Scott, Chuck Sauinders. program chairman. Chairmen for
What Stands Behind
First comes the skill of your
physician in diagnosing and
prescribing. Then comes our
professional precision in the
compounding of your prescrip-
tion from fresh potent drugs.
Th eTruth Seekers Class, of the
First BaptiSt Church held its
monthly meeting with Mrs. James
Stafford on Palm Boulevard.
The president. Mis. Emory Rob-
inson presided over the meeting.
The report of the nominating com-
mittee was read, and accepted by,
vote. The following will hold office
for the coming six months.
President, Mrs. Emory Robinson,
nrembership vice president, Mrs.
Ralph Plair; fellowship vice presi-
dent, Mrs. Al Smith; assist. fellow-
ship vice president. Mrs. Chuck
Saunders; class ministries, Mrs.
Harry 'Dowden; assistant. Mrs.
Robert Elergy; stewardship vice
president, Mrs. Emory Stephens:
assistant, Mrs. White; secretary,
Mrs. "Junior" Baxley; assistant.
Mrs. James Stafford; group cap-
tains, Mrs. Roy Crews, Mrs. Joel
McLeod, Mrs. Ed McFarland. Mrs.
Tom Parker. Jr., Mrs. Dave Mad-
dox, and Mrs. Bill Rich.
Nothing like feeling confident when you
drive your car out of a repair shop .
and there's nothing like our reliable, highly
skilled mechanics to inspire that confi-
dence. Front-end, rear-end, motor work
or brake work, our men know the score on
McGowin Motor Co.
- 'Dodge Trucks
4th and Baltzel'
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the remaining committees will be
elected at the next meeting.
Mrs. E. C. Cason. Woman's Mis-
sionary Union president, dismissed
the meeting with prayer.
The Woman's Misisona-y Union
of the Highland View Baptist
Church met Monday afternoon at
the church for the fifth Monday
meeting. After scripture reading
and prayer, those present went out
visiting with the absentees, and
returned to the church for the cian
delusion of the business. Reports
were given at this time. Those press
ent were Mrs. C. A. Phelps, Mrs.
W. W. Walker, Mrs. Arch Richter,
Mrs.. T. O. Richards, Mrs. Ralph
Macomber, Mrs. Ruth Burch. Mrs.
Coleman Bulger. Mrs. C. C. Peter-
son, Mrs. Emma Floyd and Mrs. P.
The next meeting will be held at
the chu-ch for the regular monthly
To Refe"n "5" -
UQUIO OR TABLETS-SAME AST WE
DR. WESLEY GRACE
317 Reid Ave. Phone 4564
9 to 12 a.m. I to 5 p.m.
CLOSED ALL DAY WED.
ordilly Invited To Attend
venue aptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
SWORSHIP -- -11:00 a.m.
RAINING UNION _..... 6:15 p.m.
WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
n The High School Auditorium
RS ALWAYS WELCOME
L.. 80; *I *1.,.,h; 0lli 1Ui: :il! ll:lil: lfll l!liiIl
BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 P. M.
SHOW STARTS AT 7:30 P.M.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Monday & Tuesday
A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE Wednesday & Thursday
IN THE I
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,M UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE
19 go tama
4J Personal invitation
to see Storrs-Schaefer's special exhibit of new Spring and
Summer fabrics for Custom Tailored Clothes of Distinction.
noted fashion authority
will be here for consultation.
Be sure to stop in. .
without obligation, of course.
.APR L 7
410 Reid Avenue Phone 65
OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7
Dodge and Plymouth Cars
0 0000 0 see 040 0 0,00,000 *Coe* 0 0.
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDAA
THURSPCDAY, APRIRL 1, 1954
"IURS-AY. APRIL 1, 94ri-tE. r II'T ST. ,lr
Son.- and -:f -'. o Ei!ingsberg, TOO LATE FOR LAST WEEK
NEWS FROM Wash. ir-. J. L. Hentz. Mrs. S. R. Grice
Sai^ Mar. and M"- 3. Parker and a.: A'N" W, 0. Cathey moroed
Mexico Beach daughter Joan. : mount.own, to Ma:rianna. this week to see Mrs.
By Mrs. R. L. FORTNER visited Mr. and Mrs 1i. Parker J. x. \MCaskill Sr.. who is a pa-
--and family this week. tien; in lhe Jaclkon CoutIy Ilospi-
Vayne H. Harris is the name of Mr. and Mrs. John GammonI of .
1Mr. and Mrs. Charles Owen of
S horn to Mr. a Mr E Cdartown,aar aaiing at Qui were visitors at their cot-
I-drris, Jr., March 17 at the Port Mexico Beach. ta Sundav
5-. Joe Municipal Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William Bailey of Mrs. S. R. Grice and Mrs. W. 0.
Louis Rennon, proprietor of the Blountstown were visitors at the Cathey went to Blountstown Wed-
.isinbow Motel has returned from beach Wednesday. nesday night to a surprise birthday
i business trip to Chicago. j Mr. and 5Mrs. Paul Sullivan and party in honor of Mrs. Walter Free-
Major and Mrs. George Fry are family of Montgomery, Ala.. spent man. Attending were Mrs. J. I.
'ents of a baby girl born Wed- the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W Hentz, Mrs. Roxanna Guilford.
..cday nig at Tyndall Hospital. G. Hardy. Mrs. Gertrude Reed, Mrs.- Maud
Lt. and 1 s. O. C. Rez of the Misses Cathey and Sue Parker Fleming and Mrs. Nina Faurote.
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Kraus of
Seachconmbe. had as their guests visited relatives in Blountstown MS. L ,d Mrs. John C. Kraus of
::',:s week, 3 and Mrs. Gene Par- the past week end. Louis, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs.
SW. G. Schroeter of Affton, Mo., are
INvisiting Mr. and Mrs. Kurt C. May-
er and enjoying fishing at Mexico
NI TI I Beach.
Lt. and Mrs. Ted Maupin of the
Beachcomber drove to Wakulla
Springs this week.
Dr. O. H. Rutherford, Jr., son-in-
law of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Fortner,
graduated from the College of Den-
tistry, University of Tennessee,
Memphis. Monday. March 22.
The Rainbow Motel's new eating
place, with its view over the gulf,
is proving very attractive.
Melody Rebekah Lodge
Installs New Members
The local chapter ot tne Melody
Rebekah Lodge zne; Thursday,
March e5 with Noble Gland Flora
Long presiding over an impressive
ceremony in which Mrs. Mary Babb
was initiated into the order.
Following a business meeting the
meeting closed in regular form-af-
ter which refreshments of pie and
coffee were served to 23 niembers
and officers present.
The Rebekah Assembly of Fior-
ida will be held in Miami on April
21-23. Mrs. Mary Weeks will rep-
resent the local lodge.
Mrs. A. D. Lawson has been ask-
ed by the president of the Flor-
ida Assembly to serve on the mil-
age and per diem committee and
to be in the colonial session.
Harold Bell, a former principal
of 'the local high school was in
town visiting last Friday.
'"MAKE COURTESY YOUR CODE OF THE ROAD"
new PowerFlite transmission
with new PowerFlow engine.
gives you flashing acceleration, with no lurch or lag!
PowerFlite is the newest, smoothest automatic no-clutch transmission
in the low-price field. It is combined with the new 110-horsepowe.r
PowerFlow engine, the most powerful in Plymouth history
new Power Brakes
for easier stopping! New Power Braking, plus Plymouth's
famous Safe-Guard brakes, gives you quick, always predictable
straight-line stops with half the usual pedal pressure.
f aull-time Power Steering
"on duty" every mile you drive to give you great new ease in steering
O and parking. Protects you from road shocks, gives you precise control on
bumpy roads and lets you park with only one-fifththe normal effort!
yours in the new '54
Be one of the first to drive the "power-packed" new 1954 Plymouth! Let us show you
the newest power advances in the low-price field-a great new transmission combined
with an outstanding new engine, and the finest power steering and braking. Drop in or
phone today for your-demonstration ride.
Plymouth gives you .. .
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widest choice of drives! L -
""* ',-,, ;arter 1: ,,
PowerFlite fully automatic no-clutch trans- "
mission; Hy-Drive. the lowest-cost no-shift
driving: Automatic Overdrive, and Synchro-
PowerFlife, Hy-Drive, Aufomafic Ovrdriv,
Power Bro:ke and Pocr Steering each cra',a;c:-
no su' I ,ri:; l' / extrl- cosr C' ..., .
McGOWIN MOTOR COMPANY
Corner Baltzell Avenue and 4th Street Port St. Joe, Florida
SAVE 25% ON THIS
4" Eyelet trim top and
bottom, fine quality
2 for $3.00
SIZES 32 to 48
Perfect made, perfect fit-
ting garments fully
in Seampruf, Gordon,
Sans Souci and Mojud
Pay Cash-Save at Boyles
PRICES SLASHED TO CLEAR!
All Ladies New Spring
Suits and Toppers
VALUES UP TO $45.00 NOW
$7.49 to $)7.49
HALF SIZES -- MISSES and JUNIORS
Washable Orlons, fine novelty weave, non-crease
Rayon acetates -- Nylon and Rayon Fleete Toppers
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Why Pay More Save With Cash tf BOYLES!
Sheer and Beautiful Perfect Quality
60 Gauge NYLON HOSE --_ 88c
Individually wrapped ... Lovely spring colors .
Compare with $150 hose anywhere!
KEDS for the Entire Family Here
Shop BOYLES for Cash Savings! Look At This!
Nylon SPORT SHIRTS $1.59
4 Days Only -- Sizes 2 ot 16
No ironing ... Attractive spring and summer colors
Famous Jack Tar and Montog EASTER SUITS
for Boys age 1 to 16... Pay Cash... Save!
I _~p T`-- -~C- T~~C I' III -- -U
MEN! A $45.00 VALUE ANYWHERE!
DACRON SUMMER SUITS
Cool, Comfortable, Crease stays in after wet the
newest and greatest discovery in men's wear -
Snappy patterns and colors!
DACRON SLACKS, TOO!!
More Extra Savings!
CLIP THIS COUPON
Goodfor $1 CASH
On your Easter purchase of
$10 or more. Will apply on
Present this to salesperson
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Norris and Jerry Tanner spent several days
children spent Sunday in Panama in Pensacola visiting with rela-
City visiting with relatives.
S" need your help, please"
Because I am determined not to
let the campaign for Governor in-
terfere with my official duties, I will
have far less time to visit with you
than my opponents. I need your
help and active support. Please work
with me to elect me Governor and
give me a fair chance to finish the
S All-Florida program I have started.
Jerome John! C:'r] ', D0 nd'lake
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No extra charges added
We work for volume sales
S\ Worley. Mrs. Whitehead, Mrs. Dan-
NEWS FROM nie O'Brien, Mrs. W. S. Love, Mrs.
Klenneth Ellis and M-rs. Margaret
.OAK GROVE Ard. Unable to attend but sending
V gifts were: Mrs. Bobby Gibson,
By HELEN NORRIS Mrs. Clark. Mrs. Nelson Gardner.
Mrs. Everett McFarland. Mrs.
Honored On Birthday Cox. MIrs. C. F. Glass and Mrs. Er-
Mrs. Woodrow Shoots honored estLightfoot.
Carl Deese and son. L. C.. spent
her daughter, Gloria on her sev- .
enth birthday with a party. Games Saturday in Cottondale visiting
S" with friends and relatives.
were played and refreshments of.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Litford and
cake and Cokes were served to the ad .
children from Marianna spent the
following: Brenda Pitts, MIary Ri-. e
S Kaen tri li. e week end with the latter's parents.
ley, Jan apd Karen Stripling, Jerry
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall.
Hill, Linda and Diana Gardner, r. and Mrs. Hanr P z a
Mr. and Mrs. HIarry Prytzl and
Johnny Rogers, Paula Lovell, Re-
ginna Levins. Ronnie Uowlin. Char- Daniel f saola s
a, the week end with the latter's par-
lotte and Judy Williamiis, Sharon
1 on ) id .i ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Shealev.
Wilson anti David Horton. iMrs. It If ts, M r. and Mrs. D. C. Shealei
S i stMr. and lMrs. J. T. Campbell and
D: Levins served as hostesses. ci d n e a
children spent several days in
Honored With Stork Shower Perry visiting with friends and rel-
Mrs. Tubberbill was honored atives.
with a stork shower Thursday night ir, and Mrs. Edgar Deese and
at the homic of Mrs. W~ioodirow children sient Sunday in Oak Grove
Shoots. Itostess for this occasion visiting with friends and relatives.
were Mrs. H. ). Levins. Mrs. Jol Rev. and lMr. Lamar Nolii, mis-
Lovett, and Mrs. WoodrowX Shoots. sionaries to tMalaya, Souti(iast As-
Several games were pla ed xwith ia were -guest speakers i the Oaik
prizes going to 1Mrs. Toiy Worl'y rove Ass.ebly of God church
and Mrs. Tubberbill. Refreshments last Suniday.
of salad, cookies, alnd cokes were Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Riley are
served to lhe following: Mrs. Shef- attendingg the Elev\enlh Natiaal
field, Mrs. BUnford (Iritfin. Mrs.. Sundavl Sch(ool convention in St.
. D. LevinsMrs.ein Lod iley. LLyd louis, Mo1.. Ihis week.
Mrs, -Niia Vern Jollyr. MisJim- Mir. and .Mrs. J. F. Alillr' had
mie Leo Ilutls,. Miss EveOIln Shei- i.s their guests froinm Vest \Virginiia
ley, Mis Henry Butts, Mrs. Toby 1:' thle wee!k eud.
Eluw U m o
The St. Joseph Telephone and Telegraph Com-
pany has applied to the City of Port St. Joe for a new
franchise. The proposed franchise was approved
by your City Commission and an election was called
to be held on Tuesday, April 6, 1954, in order that
the freeholders of Port St. Joe could either adopt or
reject the franchise.
We request and urge that each qualified voter
go to the polls and vote in this election in order that
the desire of the majority of the people will be
In the event any of you have any questions with
reference to the proposed franchise, we are sure that
if you will contact any member of your City Commis-
sion, your City Attorney, or an official of this com-
pany i y will be more than glad to answer your
Ple. se be sure to vote.
St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Co.
J. L. SHARIT
Worth 59c Yard
4 DAYS ONLY
Lawns, batiste, lovely
spring and summer colors
LEE Top Quality
$9.00 VALUE -- SHIRT and PANTS -- BOTH FOR
Chetopa Twill Work Suits, $7.99
Choose from fine Khaki or Grey, Sizes 29 to 48 in
Pants. Shirts 14 to 18
HERE! Lee Overalls, Work Caps, Dungarees,
Work Gloves. SAVE Pay Cash at Boyles
Peaches and Cream, Kate Greenaway Easter
DRESSES for Girls up to 14 Here!
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EASTER LLLL ".
THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY
-rHE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY.. FLOR!DA
i-HURSDAY, APRIL 1., 1954.
Published Every Friday At 3065.Williams Avanus. Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Min, Floor Man, Columnist,
Reporter, Proof Redeir and Bookkeeper
Entered as secoind-class matter, December 10, 1937, at the
Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of March 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.50
THREE MONTHS $127.15
-i TELEPHONE 51 .-
TO APVERTISERS-In case of e:ror or omissions in adver-
t isements th' publishers do not hold themseles liable to
damagee fu other than amount recefeed, for such advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the priated word
is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely asaerts
the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word
is lost; the printed word remains.
AN "ELECTION" DAY
While most of the state and the country is
Looking forward, eagerly, to May 4 as election
day, Port St. Joe will observe an "election day"
next Tuesday which is infinitely more important
to the citizens of Port St. Joe, whether they rea-
lize it or not, than the May 4 elections for offi-
cials of governing bodies. Next Tuesday, April
6 the citizens of Port St. Joe will "elect" or
"reject" the St. Joseph Telephone and Telegraph
Company as their "candidate" to provide tele-
phone and telegraph service in Port St. Joe for
the next 30 years.
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
- ~ -- .--. ---m ----Y--
and dial another tlephon 1 -1! i nee h the -
tion. a .d get ipt t 'esC iits. 'iV-i Itet .T
course ill cost the tc-iepn! i cpai : an II. .
oF money and \ill take years to m:ke the sv stet
pay for itself.
If only by the strength of this voluntary of-
fer by the company for improvement to the
phone system we would urge that you go to
the polls Tuesday and cast your vote in favor
of granting the franchise to the St. Joseph Tee-
phone and Telegraph Company.
The St. Joseph Telephone and Telegraph
Company and its parent company has done much
for the city of .Port St. Joe. In fact one can
hardly turn in any direction without seeing a
product of their civic pride and generosity in
the building up of our city. Some say this is
bad but we say it's good-otherwise the city
would be far lacking in the services and oppor-
tunities it can now offer. And so we urge that
you give them your vote of confidence on their
past unselfish display of good citizenship toward
We believe that they have more than lived
up to their part of the bargain made in the origi-
nal franchise back in 1924 and we. for one, look-
ing over their past record would like to see the
company granted the right, unanimously, to
serve this city and its inhabitants for another 30
Atid whether you agree with us or not, at
least go to the polls Tuesday, April 6 and express
inougn to some, IUs iiguL ctpp.oear_ ,
a lengthy "tenure of office" the voters must
take into consideration that the St. Joseph Tele-rbert Hoover said: "e may differ in
hone and Telegraph Company offers as its form and particulars in our religious faith. Those
phone and Telegraph Company offers as its are matterss whieh are sacred to each of or" in-
"campaign promise" the installation of a modern arec re s d to ec o or in
up-to-date dial telephone system which in a ner sanctuaries. It is our privilege to decline to
few- years to come will make it possible for a argue them. Their real demonstration is in the
resident of Port St. Joe to sit at his own telephone lives that we live."
by MARGIE ROGERS
Forest Service Reveals Large Number
Of Forest Fires Are Set By Juveniles
M and rs. Wa WTALLAHASSEE Law enforce- In Jackson County, two minors
Mo a Tori. Texa-re vis'itil ne',n: otfeicasi of tBg Florida Forest started a woods fire which burned
Service revealed today that a high a hundred and sixty acres, but
ith their parents, Mr. and Mi.
wih their parents, Mr and Mrs. a percentage of persons apprehended were spotted in the act by a For-
eic itiend and r in woods firesserting cases in the. est Service plane parrollng the
penceast few weeks i"ave been minors: area, and apprehended by ground
Mr. and Mrs. Clarences Whitfeled Motivations leading the youths to personnel called to the scene by
and family had guests from Mobile, sa, woods fires varied all the way the pilot. As has been in the case
Ala.. for the week end. from. directions of their adult em- in most instances, the juveniles
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Thompson and ployees to a half-neurotic desire to were placed on probation in the
children of Florala, Ala., were ',see the woods burn." custody of their parents. This sub-
week end guests-of Mr. and Mrs. j. P. Schuck, chief investigator jects the youthful arsonists to im-
W. W. Garrett and family. of the FF1S warns parents again mediate punishment upon convic-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones of Alex- as he had just two months ago- tion for any further unlawful act.
ander City, Ala., and Miss Marie that violations by their children of Schuck said that the fire laws
Jones and her friend of Montgonm the state forest fire laws might not only hold the parents crimin-
ery, Ala., were week end guests subject the parents themselves to ally-liable for woods-burning by
of their niece and family, Mr. and prosecution for permitting the un- their children, but tha tit 'holds
Mrs. Hoyt Waldrop and daughter, lawful acts. Schuck urged parents them civilly liable as well. That is,
Barcia. to caution their .children against when children set woods fires,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chestnut of woods-burning. landowners may sue their parents
Pensacola were week end guests If any one case were to be cho- for damages.
o fthe former's parents, Mr. and sen as typical of the juvenile woods
Mrs. Jim Chestnut. 'Ilurning recently, it might be the
T.roy Rhames of Sanl Diego, Cal- Gulf Counuy case in which three
ifornia is home for a few days youths, in a car set fire in ttimber
with his mother and family. Mrs. just for kicks." Not so typical is
A. B. Rhames. He is enroute to another juvenile woods fire "set" W a
Norman, Okla., where he will comrn- which burned 460 acres, a thousand
plete his schooling and training fbor board feet of heart cypress lumber,
the navy. I several hundred fence posts and
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Wilkins of a 1%/ ton truck. This disastrous fire
Jasper, were week end guests of was started by a fifteen-year-old
their daughter and family, Mr. boy throwing lighted matches from
and Mrs. J. L. McQuaig and son, a school bus into the brush along-
James Lester. side the road.
We welcome to our community
Mr. and. Mrs. Ike Watson and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brazwell
daughter, Avis of De Funiak and daughter of Pensacola are vis- WEEK EN
Springs. iting with the latter's sister and
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Cox and family, Mr. and Mrs.-Edgar Strange. THUIISDAY -fRI
family were week end guests in! Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters have
Carrabelle and Sopchoppy visiting had as their visitors for the week,
with relatives, the latter's sister of Chipley. MAYFIELD CORN
2 cans 25c
Foremost ICE CREAM, all flavors, /2 gal. 69c
Wholesun Frozen Orange Juice 3 cans 37c
BLACK EYE PEAS 2 lb. cello bag 25c
Blackburn SYRUP No. 5 jug 45c
Homestead Tomatoes 3 no. 303 cans 33c
BORDEN'S, PET and CARNATION
EVAPORATED MILK 3 cans 39c
PURE PORK FAT No. 5 jug 62c
WHITE POTATOES 10 Ibs. 24c
YELLOW ONIONS 5 ibs. 15c
Ga. Unclassified EGGS doz. 45c
GOLDEN BANANAS lb. 10c
CABBAGE lb. 3c
Wisconsin HOOP CHEESE lb. 45c
Nabisco Ritz CRACKERS ig. box 28c
Kudo CORNED BEEF can 41c
Swift's ROLL BUTTER lb. 69c
Grade 'A' FRYERS lb. 39c
Sliced Pork Shoulder lb. 49c
Native PORK CHOPS lb. 49c
Salt Cured Smoked Bacon lb. 39c
Sugar Cured Smoked Bacon Ib. 55 c
Fresh Ground BEEF lb. 29c
U. S. GOOD and SWIFT'S ARROW BEEF
BRISKET STEW lb. 25c
CHUCK STEAK lb. 35c
SIRLOIN STEAK lb. 59c
ROUND STEAK lb. 69c
T-BONE STEAK Ib. 79c
PAN SAUSAGE Ib. 39c
Rl STE'AS GREEN HILL
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THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1954
Mrs. A. L. Ward Hostess ^
To Hospital Auxiliairyj
The Hospital Auxiliary met at
the home of Mrs. A. L. .Ward, Wed-
nesday, March 17. A number of-
new members were wo.?-ned into
New officers elected at the
meeting .were: Mrs. A. L. Ward,
president; Mrs. Harry Saunders,
vice president; Mrs. W. T.,Mosley,
secretary; Mrs. A. P. Wakefield,
During the business meeting it
was brought or the attention of all
members that the private room at
tle Municipal Hospital had been
completely redecorated and refur-
nished. Everyone is invited to go
out and see the new room.
Mrs. Gannon Buzzett and Mrs.
Frank Hannon have charge of the
rummage sale. Please call 159-W
or 287-J if you have anything you
don't need or would like to dispose
-rSTIanAY. APRIL 1. 1954
To Atlanta On Business ied him to Panama City where he
left by train.
Floyd Roberts left Monday for t by tra
Atlanta, Ga.. on 'business. Mrs.
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:ARMOUR STAR 2 TALL CANS
For County Commission
I hereby announce myself
a candidate for County Com-
missioner, District No. 2,
Gulf County, subject to the
Democratic primaries in
1 will appreciate your
vote and support.
Coleman W. Thorpe
For County Commission
I will appreciate your I hereby announce myself
vote and support. a candidate for County Com-
E. C. Harden, Sr. missioner, District No. 4,
Gulf County, subject to the
Democratic primaries i n
For County Commission May.l
I will appreciate your
I hereby announce myself vote and support.
a candidate for County Com- iJ PRICE
missioner, District No. 2, J
Gulf County, subject to the
Democratic primaries i n
may. For County Commission
1 will appreciate your
vote and support. I hereby announce myself
a candidate for County Com-
W. E. BRANCH missioner, District No. 4,
Gulf County, subject to the
Democratic primaries i n
For County Corai~.sion May.
I hereby announce myself I will appreciate your
a candidate for County Com- 1 vote and support.
missioner, District No. 4, 1 rAa -
Gulf County, subject to the Duvid C. Arnett; Sr.
Democratic primaries in
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
For County Commission
I hereby announce myself
a candidate for County Com-
missioner, District No. 4,
Gulf County, subject to thi
Democratic primaries i
I will appreciate you
vote and support.
R. F. (Fritz) SCHEFFER
For School Board
Having served you during
the past 4 years as a mem-
ber of the school board, Dis-
trict No. 3, and being vitally
interested in the welfare of
the schools, i respectfully so-
licit your vote in the May
Primary as School Board
For School Board
I hereby announce my
candidacy for member of
Gulf County School Board,
District No. 3, subject to the
Democratic primaries. in
Your vote and support
will be greatly appreciated.
SARAH LOGAN KENNEY
(Mrs. BasifE. Kenney, Jr.)
For State Representative
I hereby announce my-
self as a candidate for the
office of Representative of
Gulf County in the State Leg-
islature subject to the Dem-
ocratic Primary Election on
May 4, 1954.
If elected, I will fight for
Your vote and support
will be appreciated.
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GREEN "BEANS 2 cans 29C
STOKELY'S CREAM STYLE
GOLDEN CORN can 19C
OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
PEACHES No. 22 can 27c
EARLY PEAS 2 cans 29c
VELVEETA CHEESE 2lb.pkg. 89C
NO. 303 CAN
TOMATOES 2 cans 25
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
WEINERS b. 39
GROUND BEEF %. 29U
HOOP CHEESE lb. 49c
FRESH R A
BEEF LIVER lb. 39C
Harry B. Douglas, Jr., rector of St. CARD OF THANKS
James' Episcopal Church: T. L. We are taking this method to
Barrineau, State Supervisor of Ag- show our appreciation to our good
ricultural Education of the State friends. Dr. Ward and the nurses
of Florida and James Talbot, Agri- who were so kind and thoughtful
cultural teacher in the Wewahitch- during our wife and mother's re-
ka High .School. Leroy Bowdoin. cent illness. The flowers and cards
principal of the Port St. Joe High were lovely.
P.-T. A. SCHOOL
(Continued from page 1)
The prizes consisted of $25.00 for
each first prize; $15.00 for each
second prize and $10.00 for each
Judges for the contest were Rev.
and Support In Electing
Will Be Very Much
I wish to an
didacy for the c
of Gulf Count'
I am interested
of our schools
taxes at a reason
I earnestly s
and support fo
PETER G. STRANGE
J. -E. STRANGE
MRS. C. W. WILLIAMS
Mrs. JOHN B. HENNING
nounce my can-
)ffice of Member Dr. C rl i
y School Board, Dr. Charles Reicherter,
r' 1. OPTOMETRIST
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nd improvement GLASSES FITTED
and in keeping G
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School introduced the speakers.
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(quantity rights reserved)
It is a pleasure to have the opportunity of serving
the people of Wewahitchka. We aim to bring you
quality merchandise at the lowest prices possible
while maintaining satisfactory service and co-operat-
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LARGE CLEAR GLASS BOWL---- each 10c
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We maintain a-New York buying office service which
,enables us to buy direct from manufacturers, making
'it possible to bring you new merchandise at reason-
able prices. Meet your friends at WEBB'S and make
your shopping a real pleasure.
Come in and look over our variety of every
day needs. We have many items on sale this
Saturday. We know you don't want to miss.
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AGE SIX ____ _____
NOTICE ITS SUCCESSORS OR ASSIGNS.
Notice is hereby given that a THE RIGHT AND PRIVILEGE OR
Special Referendum Election has FRANCHISE OF ERECTING. LAY-
been called by Ordinance No. 141X ING. INSTALLING AND MOAINS
to be held in the fire station at the ITAINING TELEtPHONE POLES,
Municipal Building on Tuesday, Ap- WIRES, CABLES, AND CONDUITS
ril 6, 1954 for the purpose of voting THROUGH. OVER. UNDER OR
on Ordinance No. 141X. pertaining ACROSSTHE STREETS, ALLEYS
to the renewal of the St. Joseph A-ND OTHER UBLIC TIHOR
Telephone 'and Telegraph Corn- OUGHFARES OF AND IN THE
pany's Franchise Ordinance, entit- CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, IN THE
led as follows: COUNTY OF GULF AND STATE
ledORDINANCE NO. 141X OF FLORIDA. AND OF CON-
AORDINANCE GRANTING TO STRUCTING, MAINTAINING AND
AN ORINANCE GRANTING TEHO OPERATING LOCAL AND LONG
TOE ST. JOSEPH TELEPHONE TELEPHONE E.-
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. D S T DANCE TELEPHONE E
CHANGES. AND TRANSACTING
A GENERAL TELEPHONE BUSI-
NESS IN SAID CITY, TOGETHER
Dr. Joseph B. Sear WITH SUCH OTHER RIGHTS
AND PRIVILEGES. OR FRAN-
Optometrist CHI'SES, AS MAY BE APrUR-
SAp lachicl, F. ITEANT. INCIDENT NO NECES-
SApalachicola, Florida R TO TE CONSTRUCTION.
ISA-RY TO TIE CONSTRUCTION.
_IPERATIN OR '\IAINTENANCE
Located In Building Known as Cy Williams Store
OF SUCH EXCHANGES AND THE
CONDUCT OF SAID BUSINESS WHITE CITY NEWS
IN SAID CITY, AND PROVING
CERTAIN RESTRICTIONS. RE- by MRS. GEORGE HARPER
QUIREMENTS AND PENALTIES
IN REGARD THERETO, FOR THE
PROTECTION AND CONVEN- Mr-. alter Stafford pent the
1ENCE OF THE PUBLIC AND OF week end in Green. Cove Springs
THE HOLDER OF SUCH FRAN- visiting her sistereand family. Mr.
CHISE. and Mrs. Jimmy Spotts.
All registered voters who are
freeholders within the City of Port Friends of Larry Stafford will e-
St. Joe, Florida are qualified to gret to learn that he fell during a
vote in said election. The polls will game of tag and broKise h'; leg.
be open from 8:00 A.M. to 7:00 rover Pippin returned Monday
P.M., Tuesday, Apr'il 6, 1954. Grovcr Pippin red urnvrl '.\!ond y
iness my hand and official seal from a week end onstme, trip Ut
of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida Chicago, 1ll.
this 17th day of March A.D., 1954. Mrs. Grover Piopin and son
(SEAL) 2 spent the week in Cottondale vis-
R. NV. HENDERSON ting her mother-in-law., Mr'. E. H.
City Auditor and Clerk in "
City of Port St. Joe, Fla. I Pippin.
S____.----- Mr. and Mrs. H.. Braxto.i and
Advertising doesn't cost, it PAYS' children visited in W'Ves.ville and
V. r~ j
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CUBE STEAK lb. 63c
Fresh Ground Beef lb. 29c
CHUCK STEAK lb. 39c
Short Rib Stew Beef lb. 33c
Rump or Shoulder Roast Ib. 43c
Chuck Roast (cut waste free) 39 C
GRADE FRYERS lb.39c
Water Maid RICE
3 bs. 39c
TOMATOES 2 no. 303 cans 25c
Whole Fresh Pork Shoulder Ib. 49cI No. 1 White Potatoes 10 lb. 33c
Fresh PORK SIDE lb. 39c
PAN SAUSAGE lb. 39c
Slab Bacon (sliced free) Ib. 63c
3 cans 25 C
Kell Ko Hominy 2 no. 303 cans 19c
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Those worn casings are worth
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AUBREY R. TOMLINSON, Prop.
"Coldest Drinks in Town"
in Pa.nama City Sunday. ORATORICAL CONTEST
Mifrs. Carah Attaway who has
spent two weeks in Pensacola vis- (Continued from page 1)
citing her sister, Mrs. Anne Har- ward Ramsey, vocalist, the num-
per. She returned to her home Fri- bers being a piano solo, "Through
day and was accompanied by her An Old Cathedral Window" by
sister. They spent tne week end David Broekman. and vocal solo,
here and both returned to )Pensa-
Mrs. Carl Holsenback returned
Saturday from a trip to Sumatra,
"I Had a Little Talk With the
Lord", the words of which were
written by an American soldier in
Korea and the musical setting by
where she was joined by her mo- one of his buddies.
their, Mrs. Ralph Hammond before The school closed with the Par-
continuing to Mobile, Ala., to visit ent-Teacher prayer.
S. .. Mrs. Jones wishes to express her
relatives who were seriously ill Jones wishes to express her
S appreciation -to Mrs. Rush Chism
there. and Mrs. Basil Kenney, Jr., who
George Harper made a business were in charge of registration;
trip to Panama City Tuesday. Mrs. Edwin Ramsey. who led in
group singing and arranged for
the s-pecial music; and to all who
CLAtook pat on the program or help-
Ac"-- ed in any way to make the sc hon
Mrs. Buford Mitchell and son,
Mick, spent last week end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Wil-
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hardy have
as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Sullivan and family of Montgom-
S601 Long Avenue
FOR A L
YOURS WITHOUT COST!
Famous 12-pc. Wateriest
Cookware Set "2995AUE
CASH a~nd CARRY MArI.,,EKE
FOR SALE: Repossessed 5 Chev-
rolet %: ton truck. Like newx This
man's $8(.0O0 equity will lih. tVours.
Balance 1'096.00. Requires S365.(00
down payment. GARRAWAY Cliev-I
rolet Company. Phone 3SS.
FOR SALE: Our home at Garrisonl
and 16th St. This is a four bed-
room. 2 baths, well-built home on
2 lots 190' deep. Garage apartmeu't
on pi'emises bringing in good rent.
Price asked is $2,000.00 less than
we have in it. Must be seen inside
and out to appreciate. Reason for
selling is that we intend to build
on our bay lots. C. R. and Julia
Gairaway. Phone 396. +
FOR SALE: House on 2% acres on
'Highway 71, 1 mile before reach-
ing bridge at White City. Formerly
E. J. Rich property. A real bargainj
for $3,000.00. C. R. Garraway, Jr..
FOR SALE: 5-room masonry home.
Tile bath, breezeway, patio, car-
port and storage room, attic fan
and venetian 'blinds. Can,be finan-
ced. Phone .473-W. 3tp-4-1
FOR SALE: Four bedroom house
in good residential al'ea near
school, 1000It. of living area plus
porch. Hardwood floors. Attic in-
sulated. Lot is 75 ift. by 170 ft. -At-
tic fan, venetian blinds, awnings
and outdoor oven all included only
$1650.00 down. 2t
Two bedroom house on McClel-
lan Ave. $7,000. Can be financed
through EHA. 2t
APT. HOUSE FOR SALE: Four
large apartments, three furnished
monthly income $185.00. Price
$6750.00. Terms. 2t
Registered Real Estate Broker
211 Reid Ave. Phone 61
FOR SALE: Modern home on cor-
ner of Menument and 12th 'St.
Must be seen to appreciate. Terms.
See George .McLawhon. 2tp
FOR RENT: Furnisled apartment.
Suitable for couple only. Phone
63-J. Mrs. A. M. Jones. ,
FOR LEASE: Modern 42' X 60' bo-
dy and paint shop. Paint room
completely enclosed. Flourescent
lighting, exhaust fan. All tools. and
equipment furnished. Cohnplete for
$135 month, plus utilities. Garra-
way Chevrolet Co., Phone 388.
BE INDEPENDENT: Sell Rawleigh
(Products. Opening now in Gulf
County. Write Rawleigh's, Dept.
FAD-101-p, Memphis, Tenn. 3tp-4-1
PAINT HEADQUARTERS: We
feature and recommend Sh.erwin-
Williams line. A paint for every
purpose. Come in for estimates, col-
or cards. "Red" Fuller's Supply Co.
MEN-A PERSONAL QUESTION!.
Is your lawn mower ready for
service? Let us sharpen, repair, ad-
just-put it in shape for coming
season. You'll like our work! An-
dy's Welding and Repair. First St.
Keys Made Wh'Ie You Wait
Bicycle Repairing All, Makes
Reel Parts and Repairs
WESTERN AUTO tf
-STOP AND SWAP-Headquarters
for your used furniture and ap-
pliances. 213 Reid Aveiue, Phone
291. WE BUY AND SELL. tfc
For your SINGER SEWING MA-
CHINE sales and service con-
tact Mr. C. R. Hudson, 509 10th
Street. Port St. Joe, Fla. tfl-14
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
ing companions welcome. J. B.
Griffith, II, High Priest; H. R.
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN-LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
O. F.-Meets first and third Thurs-
days, 7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
brethren invited, Henry Geddie.
N. G., Robert Williams, V. G. H.
A. Hardy, Secretary.
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular
A meetings 2nd and 4th Fri-
s/i days each month, 8:00 p. m.
\ Members urged to attend;
visiting brothers welcome. R. F.
Scheffer, Jr., W.M.; Paul V. Player,
Meeting night ev-
ery other Monday. jj
greetings at Mo'se
Hall, 310 Fourth St.
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THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1954
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